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Periodicals, pamphlets, and clippings 1903-2010

Physical Description: 190 items

Scope and Content Note

The periodicals, pamphlets, and clippings are a mixture of articles and speeches by Churchill (with a large number printed in Colliers and Reader's digest), a few articles about Churchill or featuring images of him, and international coverage of Churchill's funeral in 1965.

Arrangement

Items in this series are arranged in boxes primarily according to size (Box 1: Medium size; Box 2: Small size; Box 3-5: Large size; and Box 17: Readers digest). Within boxes, items are arranged alphabetically by publication title, then, if necessary, in chronological order. Note that the large-size boxes are arranged chronologically, except for one 1902 article that is found at the end of Box 5 (Item 24).
Box 1

Periodicals, pamphlets, and clippings (medium size)

Box 1, Item 01

American heritage, June/July 2005

Language of material: English

Publisher: American Heritage Inc. (New York, N.Y.)

Editor: Snow, Richard, 1947-

Notes: The article "How would you like to be attached to the Red Army?" by Robert Hopkins is accompanied by black and white and color photographs from the Yalta Conference, including three with Churchill.
Box 1, Item 02

The aquarium journal (vol. XXIII, no. 11), November 1952

Language of material: English

Publisher: San Francisco Aquarium Society (San Francisco, Calif.)

Editor: Myers, George S. (George Sprague), 1905-1985 ; Sinclair, J. M.

Related content page(s): 226

Notes: The article "A new Amazonian catfish for the aquarist" by George S. Myers is accompanied by a photograph of Churchill looking at tanks of fish at the London Fish Show; image also appears on cover p. [1].
Box 1, Item 03

Sir Winston Churchill: a special issue (The Atlantic vol. 215, no. 3), March 1965

Language of material: English

Publisher: Atlantic Monthly Press (Boston, Mass.)

Related content page(s): 50-101

Notes: Contents of the special issue on Churchill: The earthy man / Hugh Massingham -- In Parliament and Cabinet / The Earl of Swinton -- The lion's heart / Lady Diana Cooper -- When Churchill was twenty-three / George W. Steevens [sic] -- Portraits and sketches -- The working day / John H. Peck -- Churchill at the White House / Eleanor Roosevelt -- His finest hour / Lt. Gen. Sir Ian Jacob -- Cartoons / David Low -- The qualities of leadership: Churchill as diplomat / Lewis W. Douglas -- Painter and critic / Ernst H. Gombrich -- Churchill and the scientists / Vannevar Bush.

Photograph of a white marble bust of Churchill on cover p. [1].

P. 3-6 are detached from the binding.
Box 1, Item 04

Aviation week & space technology (vol. 125, no. 16), October 20, 1986

Language of material: English

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies (New York, N.Y.)

Editor: Fink, Donald E.

Related content page(s): 161

Notes: Advertisement for Westinghouse Integrated Logistics Support Divisions features a hand-tinted portrait of Churchill and the quotation "Never in the field of human conflict was so much owed by so many to so few."
Box 1, Item 05

The Churchill Center : Annual report, 2001

Language of material: English

Publisher: Churchill Center (Washington, D.C.)
Box 1, Item 06

Collecting Winston S. Churchill : statesman, orator, author ; Winston S. Churchil : checklist of first editions (Firsts : the book collector's magazine vol. 13, no. 3), March 2003

Language of material: English

Publisher: Smiley, Robin H. (Tucson, Ariz.)

Author: Weber, Mark

Related content pages: 24-31, 36-47 ; 32-35

Notes: First piece is a long article covering Churchill's career as a writer, and is illustrated with black and white photographs of his books.

Second piece is a list of the British first editions of Churchill's books, with publisher information and estimated prices.

Black and white illustration of Churchill as a young man on the front cover, with a photograph of his My early life, with a bright pink dust jacket.
Box 1, Item 07

The U-Boat menace (Liberty vol. 18, no. 19), May 10, 1941

Language of material: English

Publisher: Elder, O. J. ; McFadden Publications. (New York, N.Y.)

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Editor: Oursler, Fulton, 1893-1952

Related content page(s): 10-11, 51-53

Notes: Mailing label for Mr. M. Schmitt, Jr. in Sandpoint, Idaho, attached upside down to the upper right corner of cover p. [1].

Not in Woods, 1969 rev. Zoller annotation: C448/1.

Issue also includes an excerpt by Steward Edward White from "The unobstructed universe" (p. 37-41).
Box 1, Item 08

Winnie's big misadventure (Los Angeles vol. 32, no. 9), September 1987

Language of material: English

Publisher: Los Angeles Magazine, Inc. (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Author: Stump, Al

Editor: Miller, Geoff

Related content page(s): 164-171

Notes: An article about Churchill's nine day visit to California in 1929, accompanied by a hand-tinted photograph of Churchill and Charlie Chaplin and an orange-tinted photograph of Churchill and William Randolph Hearst.
Box 1, Item 09

The Churchill I knew ; "Be ye men of valour" ; The final tribute (National geographic vol. 128, no. 2), August 1965

Language of material: English

Publisher: National Geographic Society (U.S.) (Washington, D.C)

Author: Eisenhower, Dwight D. (Dwight Davis), 1890-1969 ; La Fay, Howard ; Patterson, Carolyn Bennett

Editor: Grosvenor, Melville Bell, 1901-1982

Related content page(s): 153-225

Notes: Issue includes a thin sheet of vinyl with recordings of Churchill's speeches and narration from his funeral ; record has been trimmed into a roughly circular shape.
Box 1, Item 10

The Churchill I knew ; "Be ye men of valour" ; The final tribute (National geographic vol. 128, no. 2), August 1965

Language of material: English

Publisher: National Geographic Society (U.S.) (Washington, D.C)

Author: Eisenhower, Dwight D. (Dwight Davis), 1890-1969 ; La Fay, Howard ; Patterson, Carolyn Bennett

Editor: Grosvenor, Melville Bell, 1901-1982

Related content page(s): 153-225

Notes: Issue includes a thin sheet of vinyl with recordings of Churchill's speeches and narration from his funeral.
Box 1, Item 11

The biography of a titan (Newsweek vol. CXII, no. 24), December 12, 1988

Language of material: English

Publisher: Newsweek, inc. (New York, N.Y.)

Author: Prescott, Peter S.

Related content page(s): 77

Notes: A review of The last lion: Winston Spencer Churchill ; alone 1932-1940 by William Manchester, accompanied by two black and white photographs of Churchill.

Mailing label for Gertrude Zoller in Whittier, California attached upside down to the lower left corner of cover p. [1].
Box 1, Item 12

Newsweek (vol. CXIII, no. 13), March 27, 1989

Language of material: English

Publisher: Newsweek, inc. (New York, N.Y.)

Related content page(s): 47

Notes: Advertisement for the Speech Foundation of American features a black and white photograph of Churchill and the headline "Stuttering didn't stop Winston Churchill".

Mailing label for Gertrude Zoller in Whittier, California attached upside down to the lower left corner of cover p. [1].
Box 1, Item 13

Defender of the faith (Scanorama vol. 27, no. 7/8), July/August 1997

Language of material: English

Publisher: Media Partner SMP AB (Stockholm, Sweden)

Author: Nilson, Ulf, 1933-

Editor: Isitt, Mark

Related content page(s): 21-26

Notes: An article about NATO, the piece is accompanied by portraits of Churchill, Harry S. Truman and George C. Marshall, and Stalin.

An advertisement for Cap Gemini on p. [27] features a photograph of Churchill and discusses him in the ad text.

Scanorama is the airline magazine of Scandinavian Airline Systems (SAS).
Box 1, Item 14

The story of Winston Churchill, 1965

Language of material: English

Publisher: Wonder Books (Firm) (New York, N.Y.)

Author: Miers, Earl Schenck, 1910-1972
Box 1, Item 15

Time (vol. 175, no. 11), March 22, 2010

Language of material: English

Publisher: Time, inc. (New York, N.Y.)

Notes: The article "The sea witch" by Mark Thompson is about Captain Holly Graf, who was commander of the U.S.S. Winston S. Churchill for two years.

Mailing address of Curt Zoller in Laguna Hills, California, printed upside down on cover p. [1].

Ms. note about the content stapled to cover p. [1].
Box 1, Item 16

Man of the half century (Time capsule ), 1999 ; 1949

Language of material: English

Publisher: Time, inc. (New York, N.Y.)

Editor: Knauer, Kelly

Related content page(s): 18-21

Notes: A summary of Churchill's life from 1900 to 1950 with black and white photographic illustrations.
Box 1, Item 17

The unforgettable Winston Churchill : giant of the century, 1965

Language of material: English

Publisher: Time, inc. (New York, N.Y.)

Editor: Jenkisson, John

Notes: Ms. sales notes on p. 1.

Laid in: printed yellow label reading "In color ; The pomp and grandeur of the funeral ; The Epic of His Extraordinary Life and Times".
Box 1, Item 18

The unforgettable Winston Churchill : giant of the century, 1965

Language of material: English

Publisher: Time, inc. (New York, N.Y.)

Editor: Jenkisson, John
Box 1, Item 19

Churchill: "Zware strijd waarschijnlijk voor den herfst..." (De vliegende Hollander no. 4), July 3, 1943

Language of material: Dutch

Related content page(s): 3

Woods reference: α12/5

Notes: Excerpt from a speech given by Churchill in the House of Commons on June 30th, 1943.
Box 2

Periodicals, pamphlets, and clippings (small size)

Box 2, Item 01

Some books of today (The book window vol. III, no. 3 or 4), Christmas 1932

Language of material: English

Publisher: W.H. Smith & Son (London, England)

Related content page(s): 71-72

Notes: Includes a brief review of Churchill's Thoughts and adventures.

Issue number is given as "4" on cover p. [1] and "3" on p. 65.

"Churchill ; Thoughts & Adventures" written in ms. at the top of cover p. [1].

Laid in: printed salmon slip for readers to send to W.H. Smith & Son requesting volumes mentioned in this magazine.
Box 2, Item 02

Demobilization: House of Commons, October 22, 1945 (British speeches of the day vol. III, no. 11), November 1945

Language of material: English

Publisher: British information services (New York, N.Y.)

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965 ; Isaacs, George Alfred, 1883-1979

Related content page(s): 581-598

Notes: Text of Parliamentary debate.
Box 2, Item 03

Anglo-American financial arrangements: House of Commons, December 12 and 13, 1945 ; Motion of censure (British speeches of the day vol. III, no. 13), January 1946

Language of material: English

Publisher: British information services (New York, N.Y.)

Author: Dalton, Hugh Dalton, Baron, 1887-1962 ; Waverley, John Anderson, Viscount Westdean, 1883?-1958 ; Cripps, Richard Stafford, Sir, 1889-1952 ; Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965 ; Bevin, Ernest, 1881-1951 ; Attlee, C. R. (Clement Richard), 1883-1967

Related content page(s): 755-789, 799-820

Notes: Text of Parliamentary debates and speeches.
Box 2, Item 04

Reflections on the strategy of the allies (The century vol. 94, no. 1), May 1917

Language of material: English

Publisher: Century Company (New York, N.Y.)

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Related content page(s): 117-121

Woods reference: C55

Notes: Cover is detaching from the text block.
Box 2, Item 05

Churchill, 1942?

Language of material: English

Publisher: Hodder and Stoughton (London, England)

Notes: Introduction, on cover p. [2], "This small collection of photographs is designed as a more permanent record ... It is accompanied by quotations from his speeches which, like the illustrations, stand to remind us of a great man and an incomparable leader", C. Harvard Gibbs-Smith.
Box 2, Item 06

Churchill and Zionism, 1974

Language of material: English

Publisher: World Jewish Congress. British Section (London, England)

Author: Gilbert, Martin, 1936-

Notes: A lecture delivered by Gilbert in London on March 13th, 1974.

Ms. inscription on t.p. reads "To Curt J. Zoller ; with the authors regards 23 years on ; Martin Gilbert".
Box 2, Item 07

Churchill review (vol. 32), 1995

Language of material: English

Publisher: Churchill College (Cambridge, England)

Notes: Annual report of Churchill College at Cambridge University.

An interview with Piers Brendon, who was Keeper of the Churchill Archives Centre from 1995-2001, is signed by Brendon on p. 13.
Box 2, Item 08

The Churchill statue at the House of Commons, 1970

Language of material: English

Publisher: Stationery Office (Great Britain) (London, England)

Notes: A report on the unveiling of a statue of Churchill at the House of Commons on December 1, 1969.
Box 2, Item 09

The Churchill statue at the House of Commons, 1970

Language of material: English

Publisher: Stationery Office (Great Britain) (London, England)

Notes: A report on the unveiling of a statue of Churchill at the House of Commons on December 1, 1969.

"GLIB" written in ms. in the upper right corner of the t.p.
Box 2, Item 10

Collection of the works of Sir Winston S. Churchill, 1965?

Language of material: English

Publisher: Harkness, John (London, England)

Notes: Cover title: Sir Winston S. Churchill : unique collection of the first editions of books pamphlets and inscribed presentation copies.

Auction catalog.

"G ; 10/87" written in ms. in the upper left corner of cover p. [4].
Box 2, Item 11

The portrait that changed my life (Guideposts ), August 1974

Language of material: English

Publisher: Peale, Ruth Staffor, 1906-2008 ; Peale, Norman Vincent, 1898-1993 (Carmel, N.Y. : Town)

Author: Karsh, Yousuf, 1908-2002

Editor: Patterson, Benton Rain, 1929-

Related content page(s): 3-6

Notes: Karsh's memories of his 1941 portrait session with Churchill.
Box 2, Item 12

Lawrence of Arabia memorial, 1935

Language of material: English

Place of publication: London, England

Notes: Printed [4] p. solicitation flyer for the Lawrence memorial in St. Paul's Cathedral, with committee members listed at the bottom: F.M. Allenby, Herbert Baker, Winston Churchill, Lionel Curtis, Augustus John, G. Bernard Shaw, and Evelyn Wrench.

"£5" written in ms. on p. [1].

Library has another copy, 625564.
Box 2, Item 13

Coming men in the Commons : fourth article (The London magazine [clipping] vol. 11, no. 61), August 1903-January 1904

Language of material: English

Place of publication: London, England

Author: Lucy, Henry W. (Henry William), Sir, 1845-1924

Related content page(s): 76-83

Notes: A brief introduction to several young members of the House of Commons: George Curzon, 1st Marquess Curzon of Kedleston; Sir Austen Chamberlain; Churchill; and Richard Haldane, 1st Viscount Haldane.

Ms. note on p. 75 reads "London Mag ; Check date ; c 1901".

Clipping accompanied by a manila envelope with an ms. note reading "Coming Men in the Commons by Henry W. Lucy ('Toby, M.P.') ; London Magazine ; No 61 Vol XI".
Box 2, Item 14

Luncheon in honour of Sir Winston Churchill, the trustees, master and fellows of Churchill College, 17th Oct. MXMLIX

Language of material: English

Publisher: King's College (University of Cambridge) (Cambridge, England)

Notes: Luncheon menu printed by Will Carter, 1912-2001.

Library has another copy, 335419.
Box 2, Item 15

The origins of the 'Iron Curtain' speech, 1981

Language of material: English

Publisher: Winston Churchill Memorial and Library (Fulton, Mo.)

Author: Gilbert, Martin, 1936-

Notes: T.p. signed by Martin Gilbert.

Laid in: printed transcription of remarks by Lady Soames (Churchill's youngest daughter) made in 1979 about the church that was transferred to Westminster College in Fulton, Missouri.
Box 2, Item 16

Navy estimates, 1913-14.-Report. (Parliamentary debates. House of Commons vol. 5th series - v. 51, no. 15), March 31, 1913

Language of material: English

Publisher: Stationery Office (Great Britain) (London, England)

Notes: An official report on Parliamentary debates in the House of Commons on several subjects, with an extensive discussion in the Question of Privilege regarding the Royal Navy, in which Churchill played a substantial role.
Box 2, Item 17

Death of Sir Winston Churchill (Parliamentary debates. House of Commons vol. 705, no. 45), January 25, 1965

Language of material: English

Publisher: Stationery Office (Great Britain) (London, England)

Related content page(s): 667-680

Notes: A record of official statements in the House of Commons delivered by Prime Minister Wilson, former Prime Minister Douglas-Home, and others.
Box 2, Item 18

Sir Winston Churchill : champion of freedom, 1965

Language of material: English

Publisher: Sas, George ; Marble Hill Press (New York, N.Y.)

Author: Eisenhower, Dwight D. (Dwight Davis), 1890-1969

Notes: "Former President Dwight D. Eisenhower's tribute to Sir Winston Churchill delivered at St. Paul's Cathedral, London ; January 30, 1965."

Colophon: About 200 copies of this keepsake were printed by George Sas at the Marble Hill Press from handset Codex types ; New York City ; 1965.
Box 2, Item 19

Speech broadcast by the Prime Minister Mr. Winston Churchill April 27, 1941

Language of material: English

Publisher: British Library of Information (New York, N.Y.)

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Woods reference: A70

Notes: "Churchill, Winston L. S." written in ms. at the top of p. [1].

White sticker with typescript note reading "Churchill, Winston L. S." and ms. notes reading "3830 Z08" and "A70 Dup" attached to the upper right corner of p. [1].

"Whittier College Library" and "Pamphlet file" stamped on p. [1].

Library has another copy, 609101.
Box 2, Item 20

Speech by the Prime Minister Mr. Winston Churchill to the Pilgrim Society March 18, 1941

Language of material: English

Publisher: British Library of Information (New York, N.Y.)

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Woods reference: A68

Notes: "Churchill, Winston L. S." written in ms. at the top of p. [1].

White sticker with typescript note reading "Churchill, Winston L. S." and ms. notes reading "3829 Z07" and "A68" attached to the upper right corner of p. [1].

"Whittier College Library" and "Pamphlet file" stamped on p. [1].

Library has another copy, 609099.
Box 2, Item 21

Statistics relating to the war effort of the United Kingdom, November 1944

Language of material: English

Publisher: Stationery Office (Great Britain) (London, England)

Notes: "Cmd. 6564".
Box 2, Item 22

My African journey: VI-Kampala (The strand magazine vol. XXXVI, no. 212), September 1908

Language of material: English

Publisher: George Newnes, Limited (London, England)

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Related content page(s): 137-145

Woods reference: C35

Notes: Issue also includes the story "The silver mirror" by A. Conan Doyle and "The babies' review" by E.V. Lucas.
Box 2, Item 23

The truth about the ex-Kaiser (The strand magazine vol. LXXX, no. 479), November 1930

Language of material: English

Publisher: George Newnes, Limited (London, England)

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Related content page(s): 476-486

Woods reference: C156

Notes: Article is illustrated by black and white caricatures and photographs of Kaiser Wilhelm II, two with Churchill as well.

Issue also includes the stories "The end of Devil Hawker" by A. Conan Doyle, part of "Big money" by P.G. Wodehouse, and "Ailing Mary" by J.D. Beresford.
Box 2, Item 24

Men who have influenced or impressed me (The strand magazine vol. LXXXI, no. 482), February 1931

Language of material: English

Publisher: George Newnes, Limited (London, England)

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Related content page(s): 132-141

Woods reference: C156

Notes: Issue also includes part of "Big money" by P.G. Wodehouse.
Box 2, Item 25

If I lived my life again (The strand magazine vol. LXXXI, no. 483), March 1931

Language of material: English

Publisher: George Newnes, Limited (London, England)

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Related content page(s): 243-251

Woods reference: C163

Notes: Issue also includes the story "The promenades of Monsieur Poy" by Leonard Merrick and part of "Big money" by P.G. Wodehouse.

Postcard for Thornycroft motor launches, yachts and cruisers tipped in at end.
Box 2, Item 26

Arthur James Balfour (The strand magazine vol. LXXXI, no. 484), April 1931

Language of material: English

Publisher: George Newnes, Limited (London, England)

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Related content page(s): 345-356

Woods reference: C165

Notes: Issue also includes the story "What a life!" by J.B. Priestley and part of "Big money" by P.G. Wodehouse.
Box 2, Item 27

Mass effects in modern life (The strand magazine vol. LXXXI, no. 485), May 1931

Language of material: English

Publisher: George Newnes, Limited (London, England)

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Related content page(s): 474-485

Woods reference: C165

Notes: Issue also includes the story "Fate" by P.G. Wodehouse.
Box 2, Item 28

The truth about myself (The strand magazine vol. XC, no. 541), January 1936

Language of material: English

Publisher: George Newnes, Limited (London, England)

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Related content page(s): 276-286

Woods reference: C285

Notes: Issue also includes the stories "'Teem'-A treasure hunter" by Rudyard Kipling and "The Christmas box" by Francis Brett Young.

Ms. notes at top of p. [1] read: "The Truth about Myself..." p. 276. (Woods C285) £20.
Box 2, Item 29

The tragic story of Parnell (The strand magazine vol. XCI, no. 550), October 1936

Language of material: English

Publisher: George Newnes, Limited (London, England)

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Related content page(s): 600-610

Woods reference: C315

Notes: Ms. notes at top of p. [1] read: "The Tragic Story of Parnell..." (p. 600-610). (Woods 315) £20.
Box 2, Item 30

Address by Winston Churchill in accepting the degree Doctor of Laws from The University of Rochester (The University of Rochester Library bulletin vol. XX, no. 3), Spring 1965

Language of material: English

Publisher: University of Rochester Library (Rochester, N.Y.)

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Editor: Russell, John R.

Related content page(s): 42-44
Box 2, Item 31

"We shape our dwellings, and afterwards our dwellings shape us" : reflections on a remark by Winston Churchill, 1976

Language of material: English

Publisher: Redwood Library and Athenaeum (Newport, R.I.)

Author: Whitehill, Walter Muir, 1905-1978

Notes: "Bicentennial observance ; September 20, 1976".

Laid in: color postcard of emblematic stall plates in St. George's Chapel, Windsor. The plate on the left is the Churchill Garter plate.
Box 3

Periodicals, pamphlets, and clippings (large size), 1930-1937

Box 3, Item 01

Panic in the east (Colliers : the national weekly vol. 85, no. 18), May 3, 1930

Language of material: English

Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son Corporation (Springfield, Ohio)

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Editor: Chenery, William L. (William Ludlow), 1884-1974

Related content page(s): 10-11, 55-56

Woods reference: C154(a)

Notes: Mailing label for Albert Fisk in West Branch, Michigan attached upside down to the lower right corner of cover p. [1].
Box 3, Item 02

Ludendorff at Tannenberg (Colliers : the national weekly vol. 85, no. 20), May 17, 1930

Language of material: English

Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son Corporation (Springfield, Ohio)

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Editor: Chenery, William L. (William Ludlow), 1884-1974

Related content page(s): 30, 84-87

Woods reference: C154(b)

Notes: Mailing label for Albert Fisk in West Branch, Michigan attached upside down to the lower right corner of cover p. [1].
Box 3, Item 03

The man who saved Paris (Colliers : the national weekly vol. 85, no. 22), May 31, 1930

Language of material: English

Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son Corporation (Springfield, Ohio)

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Editor: Chenery, William L. (William Ludlow), 1884-1974

Related content page(s): 20-21, 54-55

Woods reference: C154(c)

Notes: Mailing label for Albert Fisk in West Branch, Michigan attached upside down to the lower right corner of cover p. [1].

Circular stamp from West Branch Parcel Post in the lower left corner of cover p. [1].
Box 3, Item 04

The man who saved Paris (Colliers : the national weekly vol. 85, no. 24), June 14, 1930

Language of material: English

Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son Corporation (Springfield, Ohio)

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Editor: Chenery, William L. (William Ludlow), 1884-1974

Related content page(s): 26, 29, 46, 49

Woods reference: C154(d)

Notes: Mailing label for the University of Washington Library in Seattle attached upside down to the lower right corner of cover p. [1].

"Library ; University of Washington ; Seattle" stamped at the bottom of cover p. [1].

"Reference", "Cover", "Duplicate", and "Jun 9 1930" stamped along the upper left edge of cover p. [1].
Box 3, Item 05

Dreadnoughts at bay (Colliers : the national weekly vol. 86, no. 1), July 5, 1930

Language of material: English

Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son Corporation (Springfield, Ohio)

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Editor: Chenery, William L. (William Ludlow), 1884-1974

Related content page(s): 14-15, 56-57

Woods reference: C154(e)

Notes: Mailing label for Albert Fisk in West Branch, Michigan attached upside down to the lower right corner of cover p. [1].
Box 3, Item 06

Ludendorff's last card (Colliers : the national weekly vol. 86, no. 2), July 12, 1930

Language of material: English

Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son Corporation (Springfield, Ohio)

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Editor: Chenery, William L. (William Ludlow), 1884-1974

Related content page(s): 24-25, 56-57

Woods reference: C154(f)

Notes: Mailing label for Albert Fisk in West Branch, Michigan attached upside down to the lower right corner of cover p. [1].
Box 3, Item 07

Philosophers and friends (Colliers : the national weekly vol. 87, no. 6), February 7, 1931

Language of material: English

Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son Corporation (Springfield, Ohio)

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Editor: Chenery, William L. (William Ludlow), 1884-1974

Related content page(s): 22-23, 60

Woods reference: C162

Notes: Originally appeared in Strand magazine under the title "Men who have influenced or impressed me".

Mailing label for Benj. W. Hallett in Marstons Mills, Massachusetts attached upside down to the lower right corner of cover p. [1].

"C162 pp 22, 23, 60" written in ms. at the top of cover p. [1].

White sticker in upper left corner of cover p. [1] has "C162" written in red.
Box 3, Item 08

The shattered cause of temperance (Colliers : the national weekly vol. 90, no. 7), August 13, 1932

Language of material: English

Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son Corporation (Springfield, Ohio)

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Editor: Chenery, William L. (William Ludlow), 1884-1974

Related content page(s): 20-21, 48-49

Woods reference: C197

Notes: Mailing label for Power Plant #2 of the Los Angeles County Free Library in Saugus, California attached upside down to the lower right corner of cover p. [1].

"C197" written in ms. in the upper left corner of cover p. [1].

"L.A. Co. Library ; Central Reference" and "Power plant #2" stamped on cover p. [1].
Box 3, Item 09

Are we too clever? (Colliers : the national weekly vol. 90, no. 9), August 27, 1932

Language of material: English

Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son Corporation (Springfield, Ohio)

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Editor: Chenery, William L. (William Ludlow), 1884-1974

Related content page(s): 10-11, 48--49

Woods reference: C198

Notes: Mailing label for Power Plant #2 of the Los Angeles County Free Library in Saugus, California attached upside down to the lower right corner of cover p. [1].

"L.A. Co. Library ; Central Reference" and "Power plant #2" stamped on cover p. [1].
Box 3, Item 10

Defense in the Pacific (Colliers : the national weekly vol. 90, no. 25), December 17, 1932

Language of material: English

Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son Corporation (Springfield, Ohio)

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Editor: Chenery, William L. (William Ludlow), 1884-1974

Related content page(s): 12-13, 30

Woods reference: C207

Notes: Issue also includes "Thunder mountain, part IX" by Zane Grey.

Mailing label for Albert Fisk of West Branch, Michigan attached upside down to the lower right corner of cover p. [1].
Box 3, Item 11

Land of corn and lobsters (Colliers : the national weekly vol. 92, no. 6), August 5, 1933

Language of material: English

Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son Corporation (Springfield, Ohio)

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Editor: Chenery, William L. (William Ludlow), 1884-1974

Related content page(s): 16-17, 45

Woods reference: C218

Notes: Mailing label for J.J. Lomasney of Los Angeles, California attached upside down to the lower right corner of cover p. [1].
Box 3, Item 12

The bond between us (Colliers : the national weekly vol. 92, no. 19), November 4, 1933

Language of material: English

Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son Corporation (Springfield, Ohio)

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Editor: Chenery, William L. (William Ludlow), 1884-1974

Related content page(s): 12-13

Woods reference: C222

Notes: Mailing label for C.B. Power of Helena, Montana attached upside down to the lower right corner of cover p. [1].
Box 3, Item 13

While the world watches (Colliers : the national weekly vol. 94, no. 26), December 29, 1934

Language of material: English

Publisher: Crowell Publishing Company (Springfield, Ohio)

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Editor: Chenery, William L. (William Ludlow), 1884-1974

Related content page(s): 24-25, 49

Woods reference: C252

Notes: Mailing label for Arthur Webber in Beverly, Massachusetts attached upside down to the lower right corner of cover p. [1].

"C252 pp 24-5, 49" written in ms. at the top of cover p. [1].

White sticker in upper left corner of cover p. [1] has "C252" written in red.
Box 3, Item 14

To end war (Colliers : the national weekly vol. 95, no. 26), June 29, 1935

Language of material: English

Publisher: Crowell Publishing Company (Springfield, Ohio)

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Editor: Chenery, William L. (William Ludlow), 1884-1974

Related content page(s): 12, 48-49

Woods reference: C274
Box 3, Item 15

Soapbox messiahs (Colliers : the national weekly vol. 97, no. 25), June 20, 1936

Language of material: English

Publisher: Crowell Publishing Company (Springfield, Ohio)

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Editor: Chenery, William L. (William Ludlow), 1884-1974

Related content page(s): 11, 44, 46

Woods reference: C301

Notes: Article reprinted in the Sunday chronicle as "Money for nothing".

White sticker in upper left corner of cover p. [1] has "C301" written in red, with "(11, 44, 46)" written in pencil below the sticker.
Box 3, Item 16

What good's a constitution? (Colliers : the national weekly vol. 98, no. 8), August 22, 1936

Language of material: English

Publisher: Crowell Publishing Company (Springfield, Ohio)

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Editor: Chenery, William L. (William Ludlow), 1884-1974

Related content page(s): 22, 39-40

Woods reference: C309

Notes: White sticker in upper left corner of cover p. [1] has "C309" written in red, with "22, 39-40" written in pencil below the sticker.
Box 3, Item 17

The mission of Japan (Colliers : the national weekly vol. 99, no. 8), February 20, 1937

Language of material: English

Publisher: Crowell Publishing Company (Springfield, Ohio)

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Editor: Chenery, William L. (William Ludlow), 1884-1974

Related content page(s): 12-13, 42, 44

Woods reference: C324

Notes: Mailing label for Grace S. Dickering in Montebello, California attached upside down to the lower right corner of cover p. [1].

"L.A. Co. Library ; Central Reference" and "Short time loan ; L.A. Co. Library ; Central Office" stamped on cover p. [1].
Box 3, Item 18

A king is crowned (Colliers : the national weekly vol. 99, no. 20), May 15, 1937

Language of material: English

Publisher: Crowell Publishing Company (Springfield, Ohio)

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Editor: Chenery, William L. (William Ludlow), 1884-1974

Related content page(s): 12-13, 57

Woods reference: C334

Notes: Slightly torn mailing label for someone in Burbank, California attached upside down to the lower right corner of cover p. [1].
Box 3, Item 19

Can America keep out of war? (Colliers : the national weekly vol. 100, no. 14), October 2, 1937

Language of material: English

Publisher: Crowell Publishing Company (Springfield, Ohio)

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Editor: Chenery, William L. (William Ludlow), 1884-1974

Related content page(s): 14-15, 38-39

Woods reference: C350

Notes: "Pge 14" written in ms. in the upper right corner of cover p. [1].
Box 3, Item 20

England's "no" man (Colliers : the national weekly vol. 100, no. 16), October 16, 1937

Language of material: English

Publisher: Crowell Publishing Company (Springfield, Ohio)

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Editor: Chenery, William L. (William Ludlow), 1884-1974

Related content page(s): 18, 79-81

Woods reference: C353
Box 4

Periodicals, pamphlets, and clippings (large size), 1938-1942

Box 4, Item 01

Japan guesses wrong (Colliers : the national weekly vol. 102, no. 5), July 30, 1938

Language of material: English

Publisher: Crowell Publishing Company (Springfield, Ohio)

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Editor: Chenery, William L. (William Ludlow), 1884-1974

Related content page(s): 12-13, 45

Woods reference: C389

Notes: Mailing label for B.C. Thompson in Petoskey, Michigan attached upside down to the lower right corner of cover p. [1].
Box 4, Item 02

Japan guesses wrong (Colliers : the national weekly vol. 102, no. 5), July 30, 1938

Language of material: English

Publisher: Crowell Publishing Company (Springfield, Ohio)

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Editor: Chenery, William L. (William Ludlow), 1884-1974

Related content page(s): 12-13, 45

Woods reference: C389

Notes: Torn mailing label attached upside down to the lower right corner of cover p. [1].

"Return to Research Department ; Warner Bros." stamped at the top of cover p. [1].
Box 4, Item 03

Dictators on dynamite (Colliers : the national weekly vol. 102, no. 10), September 3, 1938

Language of material: English

Publisher: Crowell Publishing Company (Springfield, Ohio)

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Editor: Chenery, William L. (William Ludlow), 1884-1974

Related content page(s): 16-17, 26

Woods reference: C393

Notes: Mailing label for E.J. Simon in Rockford, Illinois attached upside down to the lower right corner of cover p. [1].
Box 4, Item 04

England learns about labor (Colliers : the national weekly vol. 102, no. 13), September 24, 1938

Language of material: English

Publisher: Crowell Publishing Company (Springfield, Ohio)

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Editor: Chenery, William L. (William Ludlow), 1884-1974

Related content page(s): 13, 25

Woods reference: C396

Notes: "L.A. Co. Library ; Central Reference" stamped on cover p. [1].
Box 4, Item 05

Let the tyrant criminals bomb! (Colliers : the national weekly vol. 103, no. 2), January 14, 1939

Language of material: English

Publisher: Crowell Publishing Company (Springfield, Ohio)

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Editor: Chenery, William L. (William Ludlow), 1884-1974

Related content page(s): 12-13, 36

Woods reference: C408

Notes: Mailing label for H.L. Logsdon in West Los Angeles, California attached upside down to the lower right corner of cover p. [1].
Box 4, Item 06

War, now or never (Colliers : the national weekly vol. 103, no. 22), June 3, 1939

Language of material: English

Publisher: Crowell Publishing Company (Springfield, Ohio)

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Editor: Chenery, William L. (William Ludlow), 1884-1974

Related content page(s): 9-10, 53-54

Woods reference: C420

Notes: Mailing label for C.P. Schweger in Seymour, Wisconsin attached upside down to the lower right corner of cover p. [1].
Box 4, Item 07

Bombs don't scare us now (Colliers : the national weekly vol. 103, no. 24), June 17, 1939

Language of material: English

Publisher: Crowell Publishing Company (Springfield, Ohio)

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Editor: Chenery, William L. (William Ludlow), 1884-1974

Related content page(s): 11, 56-58

Woods reference: C423

Notes: Mailing label for E.J. Simon in Rockford, Illinois attached upside down to the lower right corner of cover p. [1].
Box 4, Item 08

Today's battles (Colliers : the national weekly vol. 104, no. 15), October 7, 1939

Language of material: English

Publisher: Crowell-Collier Publishing Company (Springfield, Ohio)

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Editor: Chenery, William L. (William Ludlow), 1884-1974

Related content page(s): 12, 62-63

Woods reference: C433

Notes: Mailing label for J.H. La Rue in Hynes, California attached upside down to the lower right corner of cover p. [1].
Box 4, Item 09

Today's battles (Colliers : the national weekly vol. 104, no. 15), October 7, 1939

Language of material: English

Publisher: Crowell-Collier Publishing Company (Springfield, Ohio)

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Editor: Chenery, William L. (William Ludlow), 1884-1974

Related content page(s): 12, 62-63

Woods reference: C433

Notes: "B" stamped in the upper left corner of cover p. [1].
Box 4, Item 10

The highroad of the future (Colliers : the national weekly vol. 119, no. 1), January 4, 1947

Language of material: English

Publisher: Chenery, William L. (William Ludlow), 1884-1974 ; Crowell-Collier Publishing Company (Springfield, Ohio)

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Editor: Davenport, Walter

Related content page(s): 11-12, 64

Woods reference: C476

Notes: Reprinted in pamphlet form under the title "A united Europe".
Box 4, Item 11

The highroad of the future (Colliers : the national weekly vol. 119, no. 1), January 4, 1947

Language of material: English

Publisher: Chenery, William L. (William Ludlow), 1884-1974 ; Crowell-Collier Publishing Company (Springfield, Ohio)

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Editor: Davenport, Walter

Related content page(s): 11-12, 64

Woods reference: C476

Notes: Reprinted in pamphlet form under the title "A united Europe".

Mailing label for J.V. Weimer in Larrabee, Iowa attached upside down to the lower right corner of cover p. [1].
Box 4, Item 12

Painting as a pastime (Country beautiful vol. 4, no. 2), 1965

Language of material: English

Publisher: Country Beautiful Foundation (Waukesha, Wis.)

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Editor: Dineen, Michael P.

Related content page(s): 63-91

Woods reference: A125

Notes: Essay accompanied by a black and white photograph of Churchill at his easel and 21 color reproductions of his paintings.
Box 4, Item 13

The daily telegraph and morning post (no. 34142), January 29, 1965

Language of material: English

Publisher: Daily Telegraph Limited (London, England)

Related content page(s): 1, 16, 20-21, 23, 30

Notes: Numerous articles about Churchill's life, the preparations for his funeral, and reactions to his death.
Box 4, Item 14

The daily telegraph and morning post (no. 34143), January 30, 1965

Language of material: English

Publisher: Daily Telegraph Limited (London, England)

Related content page(s): 1, 8, 9, 12, 15-16

Notes: Numerous articles about the preparations for Churchill's funeral, the order of the procession, and photographs of some of the attendees.
Box 4, Item 15

The illustrated London news (vol. 1546, no. 59), December 23, 1916

Language of material: English

Publisher: Illustrated London News & Sketch (London, England)

Notes: Issue also includes the section "Our notebook" by G.K. Chesterton.

"Recd. Dec 28/16" written in ms. at the top of cover p. [1].
Box 4, Item 16

Churchill: the world waits anxiously (The illustrated London news vol. 246, no. 6547), January 23, 1965

Language of material: English

Publisher: Illustrated London News & Sketch (London, England)

Related content page(s): 3-7

Notes: Photographic coverage of the country's vigil for Winston Churchill, with one color and several black and white images.

"Marsh Memorial Library ; Springfield College" and "Feb 23 1965" stamped at the top of cover p. [1].
Box 4, Item 17

Our notebook ; The world pays tribute to Sir Winston Churchill ; Sir Winston's varied career ; Churchill : the orator ; Churchillisms (The illustrated London news vol. 246, no. 6548), January 30, 1965

Language of material: English

Publisher: Illustrated London News & Sketch (London, England)

Author: Bryant, Arthur, 1899-1985 ; Petrie, Charles, 1895-1977

Related content page(s): 3-29

Notes: Photographic coverage of Churchill's funeral, with a biographical sketch and tributes paid by world leaders.
Box 4, Item 18

Our notebook ; The captains and the kings honor the Great Commoner (The illustrated London news vol. 246, no. 6549), February 6, 1965

Language of material: English

Publisher: Illustrated London News & Sketch (London, England)

Author: Bryant, Arthur, 1899-1985 ; Hamilton, Iain, 1920-1986

Related content page(s): 3-42

Notes: Extensive photographic coverage of Churchill's funeral, in color and black and white, with essays.

"Marsh Memorial Library ; Springfield College" and "Mar 29 1965" stamped at the top of cover p. [1].
Box 4, Item 19

Notwendiger Weckruf (Kladderadatsch vol. 95, no. 25), June 21, 1942

Language of material: German

Publisher: Ernst Steiniger Druck- und Verlagsanstalt (Berlin, Germany)

Author: Thürink

Related content page(s): cover p. [2]

Notes: There is also a cartoon on p. [5] showing Churchill, Roosevelt, and Stalin as dung beetles, and a caricature of Churchill on p. [7].
Box 5

Periodicals, pamphlets, and clippings (large size), 1902, 1946-1966

Box 5, Item 01

Secret war speech (Life [clipping] vol. 20, no. 4), January 28, 1946

Language of material: English

Publisher: Time, inc. (Chicago, Ill.)

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Related content page(s): 27-31, 43-44, 46

Woods reference: C470

Notes: A transcription of a speech delivered by Churchill to a closed session of the British House of Commons on April 23, 1942.
Box 5, Item 02

If I were an American (Life vol. 22, no. 15), April 14, 1947

Language of material: English

Publisher: Time, inc. (Chicago, Ill.)

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Editor: Luce, Henry Robinson, 1897-1967

Related content page(s): 106-108, 110, 112, 115-116, 118, 121, 123

Woods reference: C476/1

Notes: Article accompanied by a full-page black and white photographic portrait of Churchill.
Box 5, Item 03

The gathering storm: part IV (Life vol. 24, no. 19), May 10, 1948

Language of material: English

Publisher: Time, inc. (Chicago, Ill.)

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Editor: Luce, Henry Robinson, 1897-1967

Related content page(s): 60-64, 69-75

Woods reference: A123

Notes: "Letters to the editors" includes several items reacting to a portion of Churchill's memoirs which was published in an earlier issue.
Box 5, Item 04

Life [clipping] (vol. 31, no. 17), October 22, 1951

Language of material: English

Publisher: Time, inc. (Chicago, Ill.)

Related content page(s): 86

Notes: A full page black, white, and blue cartoon showing Churchill, Stalin, Prime Minister Eden, and a translator at the Teheran Conference, discussing Russian and Polish borders.
Box 5, Item 05

"Whilst he still lives amongst us" (Life [clipping] vol. 57, no. 24), December 11, 1964

Language of material: English

Publisher: Time, inc. (Chicago, Ill.)

Author: Halisham of St. Marylebone, Quintin Hogg, Baron, 1907-2001

Related content page(s): 49-50, 50B

Notes: Date mistakenly written on p. 49 as "Nov 64".
Box 5, Item 06

Churchill: writer in the grand manner ; The epic of Sir Winston (Life [clipping] vol. 58, no. 4), January 29, 1965

Language of material: English

Publisher: Time, inc. (Chicago, Ill.)

Author: Hunt, George P.

Related content page(s): 3 ; 56B-70

Notes: The first piece is an editor's note by George P. Hunt, the second is a long summary of Churchill's life, accompanied by numerous black and white and color photographs, with the writer(s) unidentified.

"Life-Jan 65" written in ms. in the upper left corner of p. 56A.

Date mistakenly written on p. 3 as "Nov 64".
Box 5, Item 07

The last honors (Life vol. 58, no. 5), February 5, 1965

Language of material: English

Publisher: Time, inc. (Chicago, Ill.)

Author: Moorehead, Alan, 1910-1983 ; Hall, Lee

Editor: Luce, Henry Robinson, 1897-1967

Related content page(s): 26-36B, 65-66, 68A-74

Notes: Extensive coverage of Churchill's funeral, accompanied by numerous black and white and color photographs of the proceedings.

Mailing label for Mrs. C. Zoller in Whittier, California, attached upside down to the lower left corner of cover p. [1].
Box 5, Item 08

Diaries of Churchill's doctor: part I (Life vol. 60, no. 16), April 22, 1966

Language of material: English

Publisher: Time, inc. (Chicago, Ill.)

Author: Moran, Charles McMoran Wilson, baron, 1882-1977

Editor: Thompson, Edward K., 1907-

Related content page(s): 92-93, 95-96, 98, 101-104, 106, 109-110

Woods reference: p. 345

Notes: The first part of a serialization of selections from Moran's Winston Churchill: the struggle for survival 1940/65. Moran served as personal physician to Churchill for the last 25 years of his life.

Mailing label for Mr. & Mrs. C. Zoller in Whittier, California, attached sideways along the left side of cover p. [1].
Box 5, Item 09

Diaries of Churchill's doctor: part II (Life vol. 60, no. 17), April 29, 1966

Language of material: English

Publisher: Time, inc. (Chicago, Ill.)

Author: Moran, Charles McMoran Wilson, baron, 1882-1977

Editor: Thompson, Edward K., 1907-

Related content page(s): 74-76, 77-78, 80, 82, 85-86

Woods reference: p. 345

Notes: The second part of a serialization of selections from Moran's Winston Churchill: the struggle for survival 1940/65. Moran served as personal physician to Churchill for the last 25 years of his life.

Mailing label for Mrs. C. Zoller in Whittier, California, attached sideways along the left side of cover p. [1].
Box 5, Item 10

The battle of the River Plate (The listener vol. XXII, no. 571), December 21, 1939

Language of material: English

Publisher: British Broadcasting Corporation (London, England)

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Related content page(s): 1224

Woods reference: C435

Notes: Speech broadcast on December 18th.

Issue also includes the article "The Hoods and our naval tradition" by A.L. Rowse.

"C435" written in ms. at the top of cover p. [1].
Box 5, Item 11

"Forward, till the whole task is done" (The listener vol. XXXIII, no. 853), May 17, 1945

Language of material: English

Publisher: British Broadcasting Corporation (London, England)

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Related content page(s): 535-536, 548

Woods reference: C467

Notes: Speech broadcast on May 13th.

Ms. signature(?) in the upper right corner of cover p. [1].
Box 5, Item 12

The listener (vol. XXXIII, no. 856), June 7, 1945

Language of material: English

Publisher: British Broadcasting Corporation (London, England)

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Related content page(s): 629, 632

Woods reference: C468

Notes: Speech broadcast on June 4th.

"C468" and "£25" written in ms. in the upper right corner of cover p. [1]
Box 5, Item 13

A criticism of the government (The listener vol. XXXVIII, no. 969), August 21, 1945

Language of material: English

Publisher: British Broadcasting Corporation (London, England)

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Related content page(s): 307-308

Woods reference: C478

Notes: Speech broadcast on August 16th.

"C478" written in ms. at the top of cover p. [1].
Box 5, Item 14

Recruiting for the forces - III (The listener vol. XLI, no. 1047), February 17, 1949

Language of material: English

Publisher: British Broadcasting Corporation (London, England)

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Related content page(s): 259

Woods reference: C485

Notes: "C485 ; 25" written in ms. at the top of cover p. [1].
Box 5, Item 15

General election broadcasts (The listener vol. XLVI, no. 1180), October 11, 1951

Language of material: English

Publisher: British Broadcasting Corporation (London, England)

Author: Herbison, Margaret ; Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Related content page(s): 602-605

Woods reference: C505

Notes: Speech broadcast on October 8th.
Box 5, Item 16

King George VI: the Prime Minister's tribute (The listener vol. XLVII, no. 1198), February 14, 1952

Language of material: English

Publisher: British Broadcasting Corporation (London, England)

Author: Herbison, Margaret ; Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Related content page(s): 247-248

Woods reference: C509

Notes: Speech broadcast on February 7th, later issued in leaflet and miniature forms.
Box 5, Item 17

Tributes from the Commonwealth (The listener [clipping] vol. XLIX, no. 1266), June 4, 1953

Language of material: English

Publisher: British Broadcasting Corporation (London, England)

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Related content page(s): 916

Woods reference: C509

Notes: A speech broadcast on 2nd at the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II, followed by brief statements from the Prime Ministers of Northern Ireland, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, Ceylon, Pakistan, South Africa, Southern Rhodesia, and Malta.
Box 5, Item 18

Churchill (Look [clipping] ), February 26, 1963

Language of material: English

Author: Snow, C. P. (Charles Percy), 1905-1980

Related content page(s): 26-33
Box 5, Item 19

They made our world...Churchill (Look vol. 31, no. 3), February 7, 1967

Language of material: English

Publisher: Cowles Communications, Inc.

Author: Rosten, Leo, 1908-1997

Editor: Arthur, William B.

Related content page(s): 84-85, 87

Notes: Mailing label for F.D. Nixon in Newport Beach, California, attached sideways on the lower left side of cover p. [1].
Box 5, Item 20

Sir Winston: his finest hours ; Burial Saturday: Queen requests state funeral-she leads the nation's tribute ; Beethoven 5th Symphony tells Britain of her loss (The New York times vol. CXIV, no. 39,083), January 25, 1965

Language of material: English

Publisher: New York Times Company (Paris, France)

Author: Middleton, Drew, 1913-1990 ; Lewis, Anthony, 1927-2013 ; Feron, James

Editor: Daffron, Thomas A.

Related content page(s): 1-8

Notes: International edition. Numerous essays and tributes to Churchill accompanied by several black and white photographs.

Laid in: printed blue card with information about the Apollo Book Shop in Costa Mesa, California; printed postcard for readers to send to the Apollo Book Shop for their free search service.
Box 5, Item 21

La triste histoire de Winston Churchill : descendant de John Churchill, duc de Marlborough, 1941?

Language of material: French

Place of publication: Paris, France

Author: Mazeyrie, G.

Notes: A broadside with a rhyming French poem about Churchill, illustrated with 16 color cartoons.

Date suggested based on WorldCat record (OCLC record 800569148).

Library has a second copy in this collection, folded (609303 box 7 no. 17).
Box 5, Item 22

Finest hour, 1962 (USA 1 : monthly news & current history vol. 1, no. 3), June 9, 1962

Language of material: English

Publisher: USA 1 Inc. (New York, N.Y.)

Author: Armstrong, Richard

Editor: Campbell, Rodney C.

Related content page(s): 36-51

Notes: "N/- ; 12/86" written in ms. in the upper right corner of cover p. [4].
Box 5, Item 23

Churchill: the vistas of possibility (Weekend Telegraph no. 102), September 9, 1966

Language of material: English

Publisher: Daily Telegraph (London, England) (London, England)

Related content page(s): 20-25, 27

Notes: A collection of five short pieces about different aspects of Churchill's life: The early years, by the Duke of Marlborough (John Spencer-Churchill, 1897-1972); Churchill the war leader, by Marshal of the Royal Air Force Lord (Arthur) Tedder (1890-1967); Churchill the painter, by Sir Charles Wheeler (1892-1974); Churchill the parliamentarian, by Viscount Chandos (Oliver Lyttelton, 1893-1972); and Churchill the writer by André Maurois (1885-1967). Each piece is accompanied by a large color photograph.

Laid in: printed color cartoon of Churchill on the deck of a ship and a note about Churchill being a very busy man.
Box 5, Item 24

On the flank of the army (The Youth's Companion), December 18, 1902

Language of material: English

Publisher: Perry Mason & Co. (Boston, Mass.)

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Related content page(s): 651-652

Woods reference: C29

Notes: P. 655-658 are missing.
Box 17

Reader's Digest

Box 17, Item 01

My adventures with a paint brush (Readers digest vol. 23, no. 134), June 1933

Language of material: English

Publisher: Readers Digest Association, Inc. (Pleasantville, N.Y.)

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Related content pages: 97-100

Notes: Condensed from Amid these storms (probably based on Painting as a pastime).

"Rio Hondo Junior College Library" and "DISCARD ; Rio Hondo College Library" stamped in black on the front cover.
Box 17, Item 02

Toward a more picturesque speech (Readers digest vol. 24, no. 140), December 1933

Language of material: English

Publisher: Readers Digest Association, Inc. (Pleasantville, N.Y.)

Related content pages: 14

Notes: A collection of witty quotations, includes a statement from Churchill originally reported in News-week.

"Rio Hondo Junior College Library" and "DISCARD ; Rio Hondo College Library" stamped in black on the front cover.
Box 17, Item 03

As others see us (Readers digest vol. 29, no. 173), September 1936

Language of material: English

Publisher: Readers Digest Association, Inc. (Pleasantville, N.Y.)

Related content pages: 35-36

Notes: A collection of quotations about Americans and America, includes a quote from Churchill about American meals which originally appeared in Collier's.

"Rio Hondo Junior College Library" and "DISCARD ; Rio Hondo College Library" stamped in black on the front cover.
Box 17, Item 04

A roving commission (Readers digest vol. 37, no. 219), July 1940

Language of material: English

Publisher: Readers Digest Association, Inc. (Pleasantville, N.Y.)

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Related content pages: 153-192

Notes: "A condensed version of Churchill's book by the same name.

"Rio Hondo Junior College Library" and "DISCARD ; Rio Hondo College Library" stamped in black on the front cover.
Box 17, Item 05

Winston Churchill (Readers digest vol. 38, no. 225), January 1941

Language of material: English

Publisher: Readers Digest Association, Inc. (Pleasantville, N.Y.)

Author: Kraus, René, 1902-

Related content pages: 119-144

Notes: Condensed version of Kraus's book by the same name.

"Rio Hondo Junior College Library" and "DISCARD ; Rio Hondo College Library" stamped in black on the front cover.
Box 17, Item 06

Tips to speakers (Readers digest vol. 38, no. 226), February 1941

Language of material: English

Publisher: Readers Digest Association, Inc. (Pleasantville, N.Y.)

Related content pages: 72

Notes: Includes an anecdote of a young Churchill getting advice on speaking from Lord Salisbury, originally appeared in the Montreal Daily Star.

"Rio Hondo Junior College Library" and "DISCARD ; Rio Hondo College Library" stamped in black on the front cover.
Box 17, Item 07

Mark Twain vs. Winston Churchill (Readers digest vol. 38, no. 228), April 1941

Language of material: English

Publisher: Readers Digest Association, Inc. (Pleasantville, N.Y.)

Related content pages: 110

Notes: An anecdote about a meeting between Twain and Churchill, appeared in Mark Twain in eruption.

"Rio Hondo Junior College Library" and "DISCARD ; Rio Hondo College Library" stamped in black on the front cover.
Box 17, Item 08

The very human Mr. Churchill (Readers digest vol. 38, no. 230), June 1941

Language of material: English

Publisher: Readers Digest Association, Inc. (Pleasantville, N.Y.)

Author: Moir, Phyllis

Related content pages: 79-82

Notes: A condensed version of "I was Winston Churchill's private secretary", which describes some of Churchill's day-to-day routines and habits.

"Rio Hondo Junior College Library" and "DISCARD ; Rio Hondo College Library" stamped in black on the front cover.
Box 17, Item 09

Life begins at 68 (Readers digest vol. 41, no. 243), July 1942

Language of material: English

Publisher: Readers Digest Association, Inc. (Pleasantville, N.Y.)

Author: Krock, Arthur, 1886-1974

Related content pages: 110

Notes: An anecdote featuring a witty punch line from Churchill.

"Rio Hondo Junior College Library" and "DISCARD ; Rio Hondo College Library" stamped in black on the front cover.
Box 17, Item 10

The ubiquitous Winnie (Readers digest vol. 41, no. 245), September 1942

Language of material: English

Publisher: Readers Digest Association, Inc. (Pleasantville, N.Y.)

Author: Lyons, Leonard, 1906-1976

Related content pages: 136

Notes: An anecdote featuring a witty punch line from Churchill.

"Rio Hondo Junior College Library" and "DISCARD ; Rio Hondo College Library" stamped in black on the front cover.
Box 17, Item 11

Readers digest (vol. 45, no. 270), October 1944

Language of material: English

Publisher: Readers Digest Association, Inc. (Pleasantville, N.Y.)

Related content pages: 55

Notes: "I like a man who grins when he fights. - Winston Churchill" printed at the bottom of the page.

"Rio Hondo Junior College Library" and "DISCARD ; Rio Hondo College Library" stamped in black on the front cover.
Box 17, Item 12

Churchill - greatness in our time (Readers digest vol. 47, no. 279), July 1945

Language of material: English

Publisher: Readers Digest Association, Inc. (Pleasantville, N.Y.)

Author: Sullivan, Mark, 1874-1952

Related content pages: 1-2

Notes: Tribute to Churchill reprinted from the New York Herald Tribune.

"Rio Hondo Junior College Library" and "DISCARD ; Rio Hondo College Library" stamped in black on the front cover.
Box 17, Item 13

The lives of Winston Churchill (Readers digest vol. 47, no. 280), August 1945

Language of material: English

Publisher: Readers Digest Association, Inc. (Pleasantville, N.Y.)

Author: Murphy, Charles John Vincent, 1904- ; Davenport, John, 1904-1987

Related content pages: 108-115

Notes: Condensed from Life, also appeared as a book of the same name.

"Rio Hondo Junior College Library" and "DISCARD ; Rio Hondo College Library" stamped in black on the front cover.
Box 17, Item 14

An excerpt from Winston Churchill's address to the House of Commons, August 16, 1945 (Readers digest vol. 47, no. 282), October 1945

Language of material: English

Publisher: Readers Digest Association, Inc. (Pleasantville, N.Y.)

Related content pages: 20

Notes: "Rio Hondo Junior College Library" and "DISCARD ; Rio Hondo College Library" stamped in black on the front cover.
Box 17, Item 15

Quotable quotes (Readers digest vol. 88, no. 526), February 1966

Language of material: English

Publisher: Readers Digest Association, Inc. (Pleasantville, N.Y.)

Related content pages: 200

Notes: Includes the Churchill quote "Where does family start? It starts with a young man falling in love with a girl - no superior alternative has yet been found."

"Rio Hondo Junior College Library" and "DISCARD ; Rio Hondo College Library" stamped in black on the front cover.
Box 17, Item 16

Churchill: the struggle for survival (Best sellers from Readers digest condensed books, 1967

Language of material: English

Publisher: Reader's Digest Association, Inc. (Pleasantville, N.Y.)

Author: Moran, Charles McMoran Wilson, Baron, 1882-1977

Related content pages: 387-535

Notes: A new and intimate portrait of the man who was Sir Winston Churchill's doctor and close friend for twenty-five years, condensed from The diaries of Lord Moran.

"Rio Hondo Junior College Library" and "DISCARD ; Rio Hondo College Library" stamped in black on the front cover.
 

Oversize items

Item Oversize, Item 01

Restaurer la France dans son independance et sa gloire ; Churchill et la France (France no. 1), August 26, 1940

Language of material: French

Publisher: Practical Press, Ltd. (London, England)

Related content page(s): 2 ; 3

Notes: Second piece is an excerpt from a speech delivered by Churchill in the House of Commons on August 20, 1940.
Item Oversize, Item 02

France (no. 6), August 31, 1940

Language of material: French

Publisher: Practical Press, Ltd. (London, England)
 

Propaganda flyers 1939-1945

Physical Description: 165 items

Scope and Content Note

The collection consists of printed propaganda leaflets from World War II, particularly in Dutch, English, French, and German. Most have a portrait, quote, or article about Churchill. Many of these fliers were intended for aerial delivery.

Arrangement

The flyers are not arranged according to an organizational schema and reflect the order in which they were received from the donor.
Box 6

Flyers

Box 6, Item 01

Aerial propaganda leaflets : a bibliography, 1991

Language of material: English

Publisher: Psywar Society (Leeds, England)

Author: Oakland, Rod
Box 6, Item 02

Elken dag slaat Engeland harder toe zegt Churchill (De luchtpost no. 7), July 20, 1941

Language of material: Dutch

Related content page(s): 2

Woods reference: α3/3

Notes: Dutch translation of part of a speech made by Churchill on July 15, 1941.

The same piece also appeared in no. 4, July 29, 1941 edition of De luchtpost, which seems to be an edition intended for the Netherlands, while this is part of a series for Belgium.
Box 6, Item 03

Anglo-Amerikaansche verklaring betreffende de Oorlogs Doelen = Déclaration anglo-américaine sur les buts de guerre, 1941

Language of material: Dutch & French

Notes: Dutch and French translations of the Atlantic Charter, issued by President Roosevelt and Prime Minister Churchill on August 14, 1941, with brief sections about what this means for Belgians.
Box 6, Item 04

"Amerika komt in actie" verklaart President Roosevelt, 1941

Language of material: Dutch

Notes: Illustrated portrait of Churchill on p. [4].

Ms. note at top of p. [1] reads "Best 15-4-'41".
Box 6, Item 05

M. Churchill en de oorlog = Discours de M. Churchill aux communes (De regenboog = L'arc en ciel no. 1), February 25, 1944

Language of material: Dutch & French

Related content page(s): 1-2

Woods reference: α6

Notes: Parallel Dutch and French text newspaper with excerpts from a speech given by Churchill on February 23, 1944 in the House of Commons.
Box 6, Item 06

Communiqué publié à Téhéran (L'Amerique en guerre no. 80), December 15, 1943

Language of material: French

Related content page(s): 1

Notes: French translation of the Declaration of the Three Powers, issued by the U.S.S.R., Great Britain, and the United States on December 1, 1943.

Includes a photograph of Stalin, Roosevelt, and Churchill at the Tehran Conference on p. [1].

Not in Woods, 1969 rev. Zoller annotation on p. 360 is "α5/2".
Box 6, Item 07

Churchill om invasionsplanerne, 1944

Language of material: Danish

Woods reference: α8

Notes: Danish translation of a speech given by Churchill in the House of Commons on February 22, 1944.
Box 6, Item 08

Spain : the moral touchstone of Europe ; a footnote on Mr. Churchill's recent speech, 1944

Language of material: English

Publisher: Victor Gollancz Ltd. (London, England)

Author: Duff, Charles, 1894-1966

Notes: Duff's response to Churchill's speech about the situation in Spain on May 24, 1944 in the House of Commons.
Box 6, Item 09

Winston Churchill : fremtidens Europa (Hilsen fra England no. 2), April 1943

Language of material: Danish

Related content page(s): 1-2

Woods reference: α7

Notes: Danish translation of a speech give by Churchill on March 21, 1943.

Accompanied by a full-length black and white photograph of Churchill.
Box 6, Item 10

Churchill om Danmark (Vestevinden ), September 8, 1943

Language of material: Danish

Place of publication: London, England

Related content page(s): 2

Notes: Danish translations of some statements made by Churchill about Denmark.
Box 6, Item 11

Churchill taler (Vi vil vinde no. 2), December 1942

Language of material: Danish

Related content page(s): 9-12

Woods reference: α9/1

Notes: Danish translations from various speeches made by Churchill.

Accompanied by a black and white photograph of Churchill giving a speech.
Box 6, Item 12

Churchill ser mod fremtiden (Vi vil vinde no. 4), March-April 1943

Language of material: Danish

Related content page(s): 3-7

Woods reference: α10

Notes: Danish translation of a speech given by Churchill on March 21, 1943.

Includes a black and white photograph of Churchill on the front cover and two caricatures accompanying the article.

Someone has solved the crossword puzzle on p. [2].

Ms. note on p. [3] reads "5818816137".
Box 6, Item 13

Elken dag slaat Engeland harder toe zegt Churchill (De luchtpost no. 4), July 29, 1941

Language of material: Dutch

Related content page(s): 2

Woods reference: α12/1

Notes: Dutch translation of part of a speech made by Churchill on July 15, 1941.

The same piece also appeared in no. 7, July 20, 1941 edition of De luchtpost, which seems to be an edition intended for Belgium, while this is part of a series for the Netherlands.
Box 6, Item 14

Churchill : Speech van den 22sten Juni, op den avond na de invasie van Rusland, June 1941?

Language of material: Dutch

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Notes: Dutch translation of a speech made by Churchill on June 22, 1941.
Box 6, Item 15

De gijzelaars, 1941

Language of material: Dutch

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965 ; Roosevelt, Franklin D. (Franklin Delano), 1882-1945

Woods reference: α11

Notes: Dutch translations of speeches delivered by Franklin Roosevelt and Winston Churchill on October 25, 1941.

"α11" written at the top of p. [1].
Box 6, Item 16

Skyd først : Roosevelts ordre til Amerikas forsvarsmagt, 1941?

Language of material: Danish

Related content page(s): 3

Notes: Includes a Danish translation of excerpts from Churchill's speech of September 9, 1941. Black and white photograph of Roosevelt and Churchill printed across p. [2-3]. Includes the text of the Atlantic Charter on p. [4].

"Es.[?] 13/10 41." written in ms. above the title on p. [1].

Not in Woods, 1969 rev. Zoller annotation on p. 381.
Box 6, Item 17

Churchill: "Wij zullen deze lente en zomer den vijand te lijf gaan met alle kracht die in ons is" (De vliegende Hollander no. 20), February 24, 1944

Language of material: Dutch

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Related content page(s): 1, 3

Woods reference: α12/6

Notes: Dutch translation of excerpts from a speech delivered by Churchill on February 22, 1944.

"Restricted" stamped in red and "α12/6" written in ms. at the top of p. [1].
Box 6, Item 18

Churchill's rede in het Lagerhuis (De vliegende Hollander no. 43), August 3, 1944

Language of material: Dutch

Related content page(s): 3

Woods reference: α13

Notes: Article includes Dutch translations of excerpts from a speech delivered by Churchill on August 2, 1944.
Box 6, Item 19

De vliegende Hollander (no. 64), October 27, 1944

Language of material: Dutch
Box 6, Item 20

Churchill spreekt (De vliegende Hollander no. 71), November 10, 1944

Language of material: Dutch

Related content page(s): 1

Woods reference: α15

Notes: Includes Dutch translations of excerpts from a speech delivered by Churchill on November 9, 1944. A second article, "Walcheren bevrijd", includes excerpts from a speech delivered by Churchill on November 10, 1944.
Box 6, Item 21

Churchill zeventig jaar (De vliegende Hollander no. 81), November 30, 1944

Language of material: Dutch

Related content page(s): 1

Notes: Article about Churchill's 70th birthday accompanied by a large black and white photograph of Churchill.
Box 6, Item 22

Churchill: Er is niet dat Duitschlands nederlaag kan afwenden (De vliegende Hollander no. 110), March 2, 1945

Language of material: Dutch

Related content page(s): 2

Woods reference: α15/2

Notes: Article includes Dutch translations of excerpts from a speech delivered by Churchill on March 2, 1945.

"Restricted" stamped in red in the upper right corner of p. [1].
Box 6, Item 23

Het doodvonnis over Nazi-Duitschland (De vliegende Hollander no. 105), February 16, 1945

Language of material: Dutch

Related content page(s): 2

Woods reference: α15/1

Notes: The article with Dutch translation of a joint statement issued by Churchill, Roosevelt, and Stalin on February 12, 1945, is accompanied by a black and white photograph of the three men at the Yalta Conference.
Box 6, Item 24

Churchill over Nederland (De vliegende Hollander no. 116), March 16, 1945

Language of material: Dutch

Related content page(s): 2

Woods reference: α15/3

Notes: Dutch translation of excerpts from a speech delivered by Winston Churchill on March 14, 1945.
Box 6, Item 25

Een brief van Winston Churchill (Vrij Nederland ), 1942?

Language of material: Dutch

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Related content page(s): 2-3

Woods reference: α12/2

Notes: A facsimile of a letter from Winston Churchill appears on p. [3], with a Dutch translation of the letter's text on p. [2].
Box 6, Item 26

Churchill geeft een overzicht van de oorlogssiuatie (De wervelwind no. 6), September 1942

Language of material: Dutch

Related content page(s): 8

Woods reference: α12/3

Notes: Includes Dutch translations of excerpts from a speech delivered by Churchill on September 8, 1942. Accompanied by a black and white photograph of Churchill and Jan Smuts of South Africa.
Box 6, Item 27

De eerste successen van het groote plan ; Wat beteekent dit voor u? (De maand van der groote ommekeer ), 1943?

Language of material: Dutch

Related content page(s): 2, 30-31

Woods reference: α12/4

Notes: The first article includes Dutch translations of excerpts from a speech delivered by Churchill in December 1941, and is accompanied by two black and white photographs, one of Roosevelt and Churchill and one of Churchill and Stalin, on p. [3].

The second article includes Dutch translations of excerpts from a speech delivered by Churchill on November 29, 1942, and is accompanied by one black and white photograph each of Stalin, Roosevelt, and Churchill.

"α12/4" and "Januari 1943" written in ms. at the top of p. [2].
Box 6, Item 28

Achtung!, 1939?

Language of material: German

Notes: German translation of a statement issued by Prime Minister Chamberlain to the German people on September 3, 1939.
Box 6, Item 29

Drei Mächte - ein Kriegsziel! (Luftpost no. 8), July 9, 1941

Language of material: German

Related content page(s): 1

Notes: A sidebar on p. [1] includes German translations of quotations from Churchill, Roosevelt, and Stalin. The quotes from Churchill are dated July 14, 1940, November 9, 1940, and August 20, 1940.
Box 6, Item 30

De luchtpost (no. 8), 1941

Language of material: Dutch
Box 6, Item 31

London fordert Hitler heraus! (Luftpost no. 9), July 15, 1941

Language of material: German

Related content page(s): 1

Woods reference: α77

Notes: German translation of part of a speech delivered by Churchill on July 14, 1941.
Box 6, Item 32

Drei Versprechen (Luftpost no. 10), July 22, 1941

Language of material: German

Related content page(s): 4

Notes: A sidebar with quotes and small photographs of Hermann Göring, Churchill, and Roosevelt.
Box 6, Item 33

Die Erklärung Roosevelt-Churchill (Luftpost no. 15), August 26, 1041

Language of material: German

Related content page(s): 1

Notes: Not in Woods, 1969 rev. Zoller annotation: α77/01.
Box 6, Item 34

Hitlers und Churchills Kriegsziele (Luftpost no. 16), September 2, 1941

Language of material: German

Related content page(s): 1

Woods reference: α77/1

Notes: German translation of part of a speech delivered by Churchill on August 24, 1941.

"Francais! Ceci est destiné aux soldats allemands! Faites en sorte qu'ils le reçoivent!" stamped in red across the bottom of p. [1].

"Variant ; α77/1" written in ms. in the upper left page of p. [1].
Box 6, Item 35

Hitlers und Churchills Kriegsziele (Luftpost no. 16), September 2, 1941

Language of material: German

Related content page(s): 1

Woods reference: α77/1

Notes: German translation of part of a speech delivered by Churchill on August 24, 1941.

"G3/C/10" written in ms. in the upper right corner of p. [1].
Box 6, Item 36

Wir schlagen zurück, 1941?

Language of material: German

Notes: Small German language flyer includes a translation of part of Churchill's speech delivered on July 14, 1941.

Not in Woods, 1969 rev. Zoller annotation on p. 376, below α70/1.
Box 6, Item 37

Die R.A.F. an die deutschen Frauen, 1941?

Language of material: German

Notes: German language flyer includes a brief quote from Churchill at the bottom of p. [1].

"G1/A/13" written in ms. in the upper right corner of p. [2].

Not in Woods, 1969 rev. Zoller annotation at the top of p. 376.
Box 6, Item 38

Was wir über den Luftkrieg sagten ; Was wir über Deutschlands Zukunft sagen, 1944

Language of material: German

Woods reference: α74/1

Notes: German language flyer with excerpts from Churchill's speeches delivered on February 9, 1941, May 10, 1942, June 30, 1943, and February 22, 1944.
Box 6, Item 39

Churchill über den Wiederaufbau Europas = Churchill sur la reconstruction de l'Europe = Churchill over den wederopbouw van Europa = Churchill o odbudowie Europy, 1943

Language of material: Dutch, French, German, & Polish

Woods reference: α72

Notes: German, French, Dutch, and Polish translations of a speech by Churchill broadcast on March 21, 1943.
Box 6, Item 40

Der Weg zum Frieden (Luftpost ), April 10, 1944

Language of material: German

Related content page(s): 1

Notes: German translations of excerpts from speeches by Churchill (February 22, 1944), General Smuts (April 3, 1944), and Roosevelt (December 24, 1943).

Not in Woods.
Box 6, Item 41

Nach Hitlers Sturz, 1943?

Language of material: German

Notes: German translations of excerpts from speeches by Churchill, Roosevelt, Stalin, and others, indicating a desire to punish German criminals, rather than the whole German population.

Not in Woods, 1969 rev. Zoller annotation on p. 379, below α78/1.

Flyer measures 27 cm x 22 cm; library has a second copy of this flyer that is 43 cm x 14 cm.
Box 6, Item 42

Nach Hitlers Sturz, 1943?

Language of material: German

Notes: German translations of excerpts from speeches by Churchill, Roosevelt, Stalin, and others, indicating a desire to punish German criminals, rather than the whole German population.

Not in Woods, 1969 rev. Zoller annotation on p. 379, below α78/1.

Flyer measures 43 cm x 14 cm; library has a second copy of this flyer that is 27 cm x 22 cm.
Box 6, Item 43

Schluss mit den Greuelmärchen, 1943?

Language of material: German

Notes: German language flyer which includes the translation of an excerpt from a speech delivered by Churchill.

Not in Woods, 1969 rev. Zoller annotation on p. 379, above α78/1.
Box 6, Item 44

Luftkrieg und Gaskrieg : eine Warnung Churchills, 1942

Language of material: German

Woods reference: α71

Notes: German translation of excerpts from a speech by Churchill broadcast on May 10, 1942.

"α71" written in ms. above the title.
Box 6, Item 45

Der europäische Rat (Die andere Seite no. 3), [May 1943]

Language of material: German

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Related content page(s): 1-2

Woods reference: α79

Notes: Issue also includes the message "Die apokalyptischen Lausbuben" by Thomas Mann and the short story "Der Eroberer" by John Steinbeck.

Date supplied by cataloger based on Woods, 1969 rev.

"Katie B" written in ms. at the top of cover p. [4].

Library has another copy (609303 box 7 no. 66).
Box 6, Item 46

Mehr also 1000 Bomber auf einmal eingesetzt, 1942?

Language of material: German

Notes: Date suggested by cataloger; the R.A.F. 1,000 bomber raid of Cologne occurred on the night of May 30th-31st, 1942.

"155." written in ms. in the upper right corner of p. [1].

Text on verso, with quotes from Lord Cranborne, Sir Anthony Eden, Sir Stafford Crips, and a Roosevelt-Churchill statement, is the same as appears on the verso of the flyer "Am 30. Mai 1942 der erste Angriff mit über 1000 Bombern", Woods, 1969 rev. no. α71/2.
Box 6, Item 47

Führer worte!, 1942?

Language of material: German

Notes: Text on verso, with quotes from Lord Cranborne, Sir Anthony Eden, Sir Stafford Crips, and a Roosevelt-Churchill statement, is the same as appears on the verso of the flyer "Am 30. Mai 1942 der erste Angriff mit über 1000 Bombern", Woods, 1969 rev. no. α71/2.

Date suggested by cataloger.
Box 6, Item 48

Churchill über den Kriegsverlauf, 1945

Language of material: German

Woods reference: α75

Notes: German translation of excerpts from a series of Churchill's speeches from July 13, 1940 to March 26, 1944 on one side, and a longer speech by Churchill from January 18, 1945 on the other side.

"α75", "c/pl/2", and "WY/p" written in ms. at the top of p. [2].
Box 6, Item 49

Am 30. Mai 1942 der erste Angriff mit über 1000 Bombern, 1942

Language of material: German

Woods reference: α71/2

Notes: German translation of speeches given by Churchill on July 14, 1941 and June 2, 1941 on p. [1].

"α ; 71/2" written in ms. in the upper right corner of p. [1].
Box 6, Item 50

Der Weg nach Tunis, 1943

Language of material: German

Woods reference: α78/1

Notes: A summary, in German, of the conflict in Africa, heavily illustrated with photographs, and including a long excerpt from Churchill's speech in the U.S. Congress on May 19, 1943.

"A156" written in ms. at the bottom of cover p. [1].
Box 6, Item 51

Die Festung Europa hat kein Dach, 1943?

Language of material: German

Related content page(s): 2

Notes: German translation of an excerpt from a speech delivered by Churchill on June 8, 1943.

Library has another copy (609303 box 7 no. 67).
Box 6, Item 52

Nach Hitlers Sturz, 1942?

Language of material: German

Notes: Date suggested by cataloger.
Box 6, Item 53

An die Zivilbevölkerung der deutschen Industriegebiete, June 26, 1943

Language of material: German

Place of publication: London, England
Box 6, Item 54

Wer ist dieser Mann?, 1942?

Language of material: German

Notes: Includes a German translation of an excerpt from a speech delivered by Churchill on September 8, 1942.

"G1" written in ms. in the upper left corner.
Box 6, Item 55

Träume und Tatsachen, 1943?

Language of material: German

Related content page(s): 4

Woods reference: α72/1(c)

Notes: Includes German translation of an undated speech by Churchill.

"α72/1(c)" written in ms. in the upper right corner of p. [1].
Box 6, Item 56

Opfer ihrer eigenen Lüger, 1942?

Language of material: German

Notes: Title phrase comes from a speech delivered by Churchill on November 11, 1942.

Not in Woods, 1969 rev. Zoller annotation on p. 376, below α71/2.
Box 6, Item 57

Erklärung Churchills ; Erklärung Roosevelts, 1943?

Language of material: German

Woods reference: α73

Notes: German translations of excerpts from speeches by Churchill and Roosevelt.

"α73" written in ms. above the title.
Box 6, Item 58

Churchill über die Kriegslage (Luftpost ), September 25, 1943

Language of material: German

Place of publication: London, England

Related content page(s): 1-4

Woods reference: α79/1

Notes: German translation of extended portions of a speech delivered by Churchill to the House of Commons on September 21, 1943.

"4 pages Churchill ; α79/1" written in ms. at the top of p. [1].
Box 6, Item 59

Deutschland hat den Krieg verloren, 1943?

Language of material: German

Notes: P. [2] has German translations of parts of speeches by Roosevelt, Stalin, Churchill, and Eden.

Publication date suggested by cataloger.
Box 6, Item 60

Luftkrieg: Vernichtung an der Quelle (Luftpost ), October 26, 1943

Language of material: German

Place of publication: London, England

Related content page(s): 2

Notes: Article about the air aspect of the war includes a German translation of an excerpt from a speech Churchill made in the House of Commons on September 21, 1943.
Box 6, Item 61

Totaler Krieg gegen Schwächere tat Euch nicht weh ; Wir schlagen zurück

Language of material: German

Notes: Front includes an illustration of a cemetery with headstones with Rotterdam, Warsaw, Leuven, and Amiens on them.
Box 6, Item 62

Was die Welt Deutschland verdankt, 1941?

Language of material: German

Notes: German translation of a portion of a speech delivered by Churchill on July 14, 1941.

Date suggested by cataloger based on date of Churchill quote.
Box 6, Item 63

Englands Antwort, 1941

Language of material: German

Woods reference: α70

Notes: German translation of part of a speech delivered by Churchill on June 22, 1941.
Box 6, Item 64

Drei Mächte - ein Kriegsziel!, 1941?

Language of material: German

Notes: Includes German translations of statements by Churchill, Roosevelt, and Stalin.

Date suggested by cataloger based on the latest quotations on p. [1].
Box 6, Item 65

An das deutsche Volk!, 1941

Language of material: German

Notes: Includes a German translation of the Atlantic Charter on p. [2].

Not in Woods, 1969 rev. Zoller annotation at the top of p. 376.
Box 6, Item 66

Deutschlands Zukunft, 1945

Language of material: German

Notes: Includes German translations of statements by Roosevelt and Churchill, and part of a joint statement from Roosevelt, Churchill, and Stalin from February 12, 1945.
Box 6, Item 67

Roosevelt ; Churchill, 1945

Language of material: German

Notes: Includes German translations of statements by Roosevelt and Churchill.

Flyer measures 22 cm x 14 cm; the same text appears on a flyer that is 27 cm x 22 cm, with one red side.
Box 6, Item 68

Roosevelt ; Churchill, 1945

Language of material: German

Notes: Includes German translations of statements by Roosevelt and Churchill.

Flyer measures 27 cm x 22 cm, and is red on one side; the same text appears on a flyer that is 22 cm x 14 cm.
Box 6, Item 69

Ergebnis der Krim-Konferenz, 1945

Language of material: German

Notes: German summary of the results of the Yalta Conference.

Back side of the flyer is red with black text.
Box 6, Item 70

Alliiertes Oberkommando (Supreme Headquarters, Allied Expeditionary Force), 1942?

Language of material: German

Notes: Includes German translations on p. [2] of statements delivered by Churchill on September 8, 1942 and Roosevelt on October 7, 1942.
Box 6, Item 71

Passierschein = Safe conduct, 1944?

Language of material: German

Notes: Safe conduct pass with the terms of the bearer's surrender printed in German and English on one side and terms on the treatment of prisoners from the Hague Convention (1907) and the Geneva Convention (1929) on the other side.

Library also has a second, slightly larger copy of this flyer and an "updated" version issued by the Germans.
Box 6, Item 72

Passierschein = Safe conduct, 1944?

Language of material: German

Notes: Safe conduct pass with the terms of the bearer's surrender printed in German and English on one side and terms on the treatment of prisoners from the Hague Convention (1907) and the Geneva Convention (1929) on the other side.

Library also has a second, slightly smaller copy of this flyer and an "updated" version issued by the Germans.
Box 6, Item 73

Passierschein = Safe conduct, 1944?

Language of material: German

Notes: An amended safe conduct pass with the terms of the bearer's surrender printed in German and English on one side, adjusted to imply that the bearer is a traitor and will be mistreated, and a message in English on the other side noting the changes that have been made.

Library also two copies of the original "Safe conduct" flyer with terms on the treatment of prisoners from the Hague Convention (1907) and the Geneva Convention (1929) on the verso.
Box 6, Item 74

Das Ende, 1945?

Language of material: German

Notes: Includes German translations of quotes from Churchill and Roosevelt on p. [2].

Text on p. [2] also appears on a flyer entitled "Bekanntmachung" issued by the Alliiertes Oberkommando (Supreme Headquarters, Allied Expeditionary Force).
Box 6, Item 75

Bekanntmachung, 1945?

Language of material: German

Notes: Issued by the Alliiertes Oberkommando (Supreme Headquarters, Allied Expeditionary Force), includes German translations of quotes from Churchill and Roosevelt on p. [2].

Text on p. [2] also appears on a flyer entitled "Das Ende".
Box 6, Item 76

Wenn es losgeht

Language of material: German

Notes: Flyer listing the benefits of surrendering and the rights ensured to captured soldiers.
Box 6, Item 77

5 Minuten nach 12!, 1945?

Language of material: German

Notes: Flyer is quite wrinkled.

Date suggested by cataloger.
Box 6, Item 78

Hilf dir selbst, 1945?

Language of material: German

Notes: Text on p. [2] provides step-by-step instructions for planning and executing surrender, and includes safe conduct text.
Box 6, Item 79

Feuer gefällig?, 1945?

Language of material: German

Notes: German language flyer extolling the benefits of surrendering for German soldiers.
Box 6, Item 80

Nachrichten für die Truppe (no. 186), October 19, 1944

Language of material: German
Box 6, Item 81

Englisch-amerikanische Deklaration, 1941?

Language of material: German

Notes: Includes German translation of the Atlantic Charter.

Sticker attached to mylar housing has ms. note reading "Russian leaflet".
Box 7

Flyers

Box 7, Item 01

Kronzeuge Churchill (Parole der Woche no. 29), 1941

Language of material: German

Publisher: Zentralverlag der NSDAP (Munich, Germany)

Notes: German propaganda using a quote from Churchill from January 1940 about the dangers of the USSR.

"1941" written in ms. at the bottom.
Box 7, Item 02

"Irreführende Statistiken" (Parole der Woche no. 14), 1940

Language of material: German

Publisher: Zentralverlag der NSDAP (Munich, Germany)

Notes: German propaganda using a quote from Churchill that supposedly comes from the "Journal of commerce and shipping telegraph", but the cataloger was unable to find the reference.

"1940" written in ms. at the bottom.
Box 7, Item 03

Churchills verdorbene Stimmung! (Parole der Woche no. 34), 1941

Language of material: German

Publisher: Zentralverlag der NSDAP (Munich, Germany)

Notes: German translation of excerpt from a speech by Churchill to the House of Commons on July 29, 1941, in which he warned about the power of the Nazi war machine.
Box 7, Item 04

Verbrechen der britischen Plutokratie! (Parole der Woche no. 42), 1940

Language of material: German

Publisher: Zentralverlag der NSDAP (Munich, Germany)

Notes: Includes German translation of a a statement made by Jan Smuts, Prime Minister of South Africa, in 1902, about the atrocities committed by the British during the Boer Wars.

"1940" written in ms. at the bottom.
Box 7, Item 05

1770x25=44250 (Parole der Woche no. 49), 1940

Language of material: German

Publisher: Zentralverlag der NSDAP (Munich, Germany)

Notes: German translations of statements by Churchill on October 10 (1940?) saying that 1770 British soldiers had been captured, and a statement by Eden a month later saying that 44000 soldiers were in captivity.

"1940" written in ms. at the bottom.
Box 7, Item 06

Churchill contra Churchill (Parole der Woche no. 48), 1940

Language of material: German

Publisher: Zentralverlag der NSDAP (Munich, Germany)

Notes: German translations of excerpts from Churchill's speeches from January 21 and November 5, which contradict each other about the danger of U-Boats.

"1940" written in ms. at the bottom.
Box 7, Item 07

Bilanzfälscher Churchill (Parole der Woche no. 44), 1940

Language of material: German

Publisher: Zentralverlag der NSDAP (Munich, Germany)

Notes: Comparison of the casualty numbers supplied by Churchill with those calculated by the Germans.

"1940" written in ms. at the bottom.
Box 7, Item 08

"Methode Churchill"... (Parole der Woche no. 43), 1940

Language of material: German

Publisher: Zentralverlag der NSDAP (Munich, Germany)

Notes: German translation of an excerpt from Lord Ponsonby's book, Falsehood in war-time.

"1940" written in ms. at the bottom.
Box 7, Item 09

Churchills Lügenstrategie (Parole der Woche no. 10), 1942

Language of material: German

Publisher: Zentralverlag der NSDAP (Munich, Germany)

Notes: German translations of excerpts from two of Churchill's speeches about the importance of the North African front, contrasted with statements about other fronts, pointing out the inconsistencies.
Box 7, Item 10

...Und nun? (Parole der Woche no. 30), 1941

Language of material: German

Publisher: Zentralverlag der NSDAP (Munich, Germany)

Notes: Text accompanied by a cartoon of Churchill being punched by a fist below a Nazi armband.

"1940" written in ms. at the bottom.
Box 7, Item 11

Churchills Verrat an Europa! (Parole der Woche no. 5), 1942

Language of material: German

Publisher: Zentralverlag der NSDAP (Munich, Germany)

Notes: Includes German translation of a quote from a speech delivered by Churchill in 1920 about the dangers of Soviet Russia.
Box 7, Item 12

Where will Russia stop?, 1944?

Language of material: English

Notes: English language leaflet with a translation from the Russian Krasnaja iswestija (the Red Army newspaper), with the intention of turning English soldiers against their Soviet allies. There is a caricature of Churchill on p. [4] with a quote from Churchill from 1919 about the dangers of Bolshevism.
Box 7, Item 13

"We cannot treat with Bolshevism"

Language of material: English

Notes: A collection of quotes from Winston Churchill from between 1918 and 1940 about the dangers of Bolshevism.
Box 7, Item 14

Do you know Mr. Churchill?, 1942?

Language of material: French

Notes: A booklet in French with quotes from Churchill from 1919 to 1941 and numerous photographs and caricatures of Churchill, generally looking unpleasant or foolish.

Date suggested by cataloger.
Box 7, Item 15

Winston Churchill told us the truth!

Language of material: English

Notes: English language flyer about the (possibly exaggerated) casualties suffered by Americans.
Box 7, Item 16

"This is an experiment - let's try it" ; W. Churchill, 1943?

Language of material: English

Notes: English language [4] p. booklet about the bombing of German cities by the R.A.F., accompanied by images of bodies in the streets of Cologne and Hamburg.
Box 7, Item 17

La triste histoire de Winston Churchill : descendant de John Churchill, duc de Marlborough, 1941?

Language of material: French

Place of publication: Paris, France

Author: Mazeyrie, G.

Notes: A broadside with a rhyming French poem about Churchill, illustrated with 16 color cartoons.

Date suggested based on WorldCat record (OCLC record 800569148).

Library has another copy in this collection, laid flat (609303 box 5 no. 21).
Box 7, Item 18

Paroles doreés de Mr. Churchill addresseés à la Nation Française, November 1940

Language of material: French

Publisher: Comité d'Éclaircissement sur les Relations Franco-Anglaises (Paris, France)

Notes: French translations of quotations from Churchill accompanied by color cartoons and caricatures showing Churchill and the English failing or betraying the French.
Box 7, Item 19

M. Churchill parle aux Français, 1940

Language of material: French

Woods reference: α17

Notes: French translation of a speech delivered by Churchill on October 21, 1940.
Box 7, Item 20

Discours radiodiffuse de M. Winston Churchill, 1941

Language of material: French

Notes: French translation of a speech broadcast by Churchill on February 9, 1941, which ends with the line "Give us the tools, and we will finish the job".

Not in Woods, 1969 rev. Zoller annotation: α19/1.
Box 7, Item 21

Churchill parle: La défaite totale de Hitler et de Mussolini est certaine, 1941

Language of material: French

Woods reference: α20

Notes: French translation of a speech by Churchill broadcast on April 27, 1941.
Box 7, Item 22

Tout ce que demande la Grande-Bretagne c'est fair play, 1941?

Language of material: French

Notes: Includes a French translation of an excerpt from Churchill's speech broadcast on October 21, 1940.
Box 7, Item 23

Churchill : discours du 22 juin 1941, au soir de l'invasion de la Russie, 1941

Language of material: French

Woods reference: α21

Notes: French translation of a Churchill speech broadcast on June 22, 1941, marking the invasion of the USSR by Germany.
Box 7, Item 24

Les otages, 1941

Language of material: French

Woods reference: α27

Notes: French translations of statements issued by Churchill and Roosevelt, each on its own side, accompanied by a printed facsimile of the author's signature.

Red stamps at bottom of Roosevelt statement.

Library has another copy (609303 box 7 no. 68).
Box 7, Item 25

Qu'ils se méfient!, 1941

Language of material: French

Woods reference: α28(b)

Notes: Includes French translation of a brief quote from Churchill from November 10, 1941.

"α28/b" written in ms. in the upper right corner of p. [1], "flown 11-12-41" and "α28(b)" written in ms. in the upper right corner of p. [2].
Box 7, Item 26

Le courrier de l'air (no. 20), 1941

Language of material: French

Notes: French translation of the Atlantic Charter (issued August 14, 1941) on p. [1], with photographs of the meeting between Churchill and Roosevelt in Placentia Bay, Newfoundland, on p. [1] and [4].
Box 7, Item 27

Vive Winston!" (Le courrier de l'air : illustré )

Language of material: French

Related content page(s): 1

Notes: Photograph on the front cover shows Churchill riding in an open car through Sheffield.
Box 7, Item 28

Déclaration de Winston Churchill : bilan et prévisions (Le courrier de l'air no. 7), 1942

Language of material: French

Related content page(s): 1

Woods reference: α57

Notes: French translation of part of a speech Churchill broadcast on February 15, 1942.

Library has another copy with an ms. note on p. [1] (609303 box 7 no. 29).
Box 7, Item 29

Déclaration de Winston Churchill : bilan et prévisions (Le courrier de l'air no. 7), 1942

Language of material: French

Related content page(s): 1

Woods reference: α57

Notes: French translation of part of a speech Churchill broadcast on February 15, 1942.

"α57" written in ms. at the top of p. [1].

Library has another copy without the ms. note on p. [1] (609303 box 7 no. 28).
Box 7, Item 30

La bataille de l'Australie (Le courrier de l'air no. 12), 1942

Language of material: French

Related content page(s): 1

Notes: Article includes a French translation of an excerpt of a speech delivered by Churchill on September 5, 1942.
Box 7, Item 31

Annonçant la reddition de Diego Suarez (Le courrier de l'air no. 17), 1942

Language of material: French

Related content page(s): 3

Woods reference: α58

Notes: French translation of an excerpt of a speech delivered by Churchill in 1942 (date of speech not specified, probably in early May), regarding the seizure of Diego Suarez (now Antsiranana) in Madagascar.
Box 7, Item 32

"L'Allemagne sera soumise à une épreuve telle qu'aucun pays n'en a jamais connue" (Le courrier de l'air no. 21), 1942

Language of material: French

Related content page(s): 1

Woods reference: α60(a)

Notes: Includes French translation of an excerpt of a speech delivered by Churchill on June 2, 1942.

"α60(a) ; 1942" written in ms. in the upper right corner of p. [1].
Box 7, Item 33

M. Churchill aux Communes (Le courrier de l'air ), September 10, 1942

Language of material: French

Place of publication: London, England

Related content page(s): 1

Woods reference: α62

Notes: French translation of excerpts of a speech delivered by Churchill in the House of Commons on September 8th (date mistakenly given as September 9th in article).
Box 7, Item 34

Ceci est la fin du commencement, dit M. Churchill (Le courrier de l'air : edition speciale ), November 10, 1942

Language of material: French

Place of publication: London, England

Related content page(s): 1-2

Woods reference: α63

Notes: French translation of large parts of a speech delivered by Churchill at the Mansion House on November 10, 1942.

Library also has a copy of the same text, which appeared under the title "Winston Churchill réaffirme sa foi dans la France", which was published on November 10, 1942 (609303 box 7 no. 35).
Box 7, Item 35

Winston Churchill réaffirme sa foi dans la France (Le courrier de l'air : edition special ), November 11, 1942

Language of material: French

Place of publication: London, England

Related content page(s): 1-2

Woods reference: α64

Notes: French translation of large parts of a speech delivered by Churchill at the Mansion House on November 10, 1942.

Library also has a copy of the same text, which appeared under the title "Ceci est la fin du commencement, dit M. Churchill", which was published on November 10, 1942.

"α64" written in ms. at the top of p. [1], "/42" written in ms. in the lower right corner of p. [1] (609303 box 7 no. 34).
Box 7, Item 36

Le courrier de l'air, January 5, 1943

Language of material: German

Place of publication: London, England
Box 7, Item 37

Le courrier de l'air, February 4, 1943

Language of material: French

Place of publication: London, England
Box 7, Item 38

Le courrier de l'air, May 14, 1943

Language of material: French

Notes: Includes a photograph of Roosevelt and Churchill on p. [1].
Box 7, Item 39

Le discours de M. Churchill (Le courrier de l'air ), September 23, 1943

Language of material: French

Place of publication: London, England

Related content page(s): 1-2

Woods reference: α66/6

Notes: French translation of excerpts from a speech by Churchill delivered to the House of Commons on September 21, 1943.
Box 7, Item 40

Le courrier de l'air, February 10, 1944

Language of material: French

Place of publication: London, England

Notes: Photograph of de Gaulle and Churchill taken in Marrakesh in early 1944 on p. [2].
Box 7, Item 41

Les armes françaises a l'honneur

Language of material: French

Notes: Flyer includes French translation of a Churchill quote (source unknown) and a photograph of Churchill on p. [1].
Box 7, Item 42

Churchill, 1942

Language of material: French

Woods reference: α36

Notes: French translation of a speech by Churchill broadcast on May 10, 1942, his second anniversary as Prime Minister. Includes a large photograph of Churchill and two quotes from the speech, printed in red, at the top
Box 7, Item 43

Plus de 1.000 bombardiers a la fois sur l'Allemagne, 1942

Language of material: French

Woods reference: α39

Notes: French translation of part of a speech Churchill delivered to the House of Commons on June 2, 1942.

"1942" written in ms. at the top of p. [1].
Box 7, Item 44

Les dernières pensées du général Huntziger, 1941?

Language of material: French

Notes: French text of a speech supposedly given by General Charles Huntziger, Minister of Defence of Vichy France, before he departed North Africa to return to France. Huntziger's plane crashed, killing all seven men on board.

Printed at some point after Huntziger's death on November 11, 1941.
Box 7, Item 45

Discours de M. Winston Churchill à la Chambre des Communes le 9 Septembre 1942, 1942

Language of material: French

Woods reference: α40

Notes: French translation of a speech delivered by Churchill in the House of Commons on September 8 (not the 9th, as noted in the title), 1942.

Large photograph of Churchill at the top of p. [1].
Box 7, Item 46

"Depuis quarante ans je suis l'ami de la France", 1943

Language of material: French

Woods reference: α42/3

Notes: French translation of part of a speech by Churchill broadcast from Quebec on August 31, 1943.

Large photograph of Churchill on p. [1].
Box 7, Item 47

Discours de M. Churchill à Edimbourg le 12 octobre 1942, 1942

Language of material: German

Woods reference: α41

Notes: French translation of excerpts from a speech delivered by Churchill on October 12, 1942.
Box 7, Item 48

Revue de la presse libre : supplément du "Courrier de l'air" (no. 45), November 1943(?)

Language of material: French

Notes: A collection of French translations of stories from "The times", "The daily telegraph", "France", and others, from various dates between November 3, 1943 and November 17, 1943.
Box 7, Item 49

Qui avait raison?

Language of material: French

Woods reference: α42/1

Notes: Text in two columns with French translations of various comments made by the Axis about the situation in North Africa on the left, and French translation of excerpts from speeches delivered by Churchill on December 23, 1940, May 27, 1941, and November 10, 1942 on the right.

"α42/1" written in ms. in the upper right corner of p. [1].
Box 7, Item 50

M. Churchill parle de la production de guerre britannique, 1942

Language of material: French

Woods reference: α33

Notes: French translation of excerpts from a speech delivered by Churchill in the House of Commons on January 27, 1942. Accompanied by three photographs of factories and one of Howitzer guns mounted on a railroad.
Box 7, Item 51

Winston Churchill : ami de la France, 1942

Language of material: French

Woods reference: α34

Notes: French translations on p. [2] of excerpts from Churchill's writing from 1929, and speeches from June 18, 1940, June 25, 1940, August 7, 1940, October 21, 1940, and December 30, 1941.

Date supplied by cataloger based on Woods, 1969 rev.
Box 7, Item 52

Churchill accuse Mussolini, 1941

Language of material: French

Woods reference: α19

Notes: French translation of a speech by Churchill broadcast to the Italian people on December 23, 1940.

"α19" written in ms. in the upper right corner of p. 1.
Box 7, Item 53

Extraits du discours de M. Churchill devant le Congrès des Etats-Unis, 1942

Language of material: French

Woods reference: α37

Notes: French translation of a speech delivered by Churchill to Congress on May 19, 1942.

"α37" written in ms. near the top of p. [1], "1942" written in ms. at the bottom of p. [1].
Box 7, Item 54

M. Churchill esquisse l'offensive générale des Nations Unies, 1943

Language of material: French

Woods reference: α42

Notes: French translation of a speech broadcast by Churchill on November 29, 1942, with a small photograph of Churchill near the top of p. [1]

Date supplied by cataloger based on Woods, 1969 rev.
Box 7, Item 55

Retraites glorieuses de Winston Churchill, 1940?

Language of material: French

Place of publication: France

Notes: A two-fold flyer with three color cartoons showing the retreat of Churchill and the English.

Date suggested by cataloger based on the order to retreat from Norway, Dunkirk, and Dakar, given here as May 31, 1940.
Box 7, Item 56

Parla Churchill, 1943

Language of material: Italian

Woods reference: α82

Notes: Italian translation of part of a speech broadcast by Churchill on November 29, 1942.

Date supplied by cataloger, based on Woods, 1969 rev.

"/42" written in ms. in the bottom right corner of p. [2].
Box 7, Item 57

Fuori i tedeschi, 1943

Language of material: Italian

Woods reference: α86

Notes: Italian translation of excerpts of a speech delivered by Churchill in the House of Commons on July 27, 1943, shortly after Mussolini fell from power.
Box 7, Item 58

È giusto che chi sceglie l'ora cominciar le guerre non sia lui a scegliere l'ora di finirle (Foglio volante no. 3), 1943?

Language of material: Italian

Notes: Italian translation of excerpts of a speech delivered by Churchill in the House of Commons on June 8, 1943.

Date suggested by cataloger.

"N.E.!" written in ms. in the lower right corner of p. [1].
Box 7, Item 59

Nel 1940 Churchill avvertiva il popolo italiano (Foglio volante ), June 1943

Language of material: Italian

Place of publication: London, England

Related content page(s): 1-2

Woods reference: α86/1

Notes: Includes Italian translation of a speech broadcast by Churchill on December 23, 1940 and excerpts from speeches of February 11 and May 25, 1943.

"N.E.!" written in ms. in the lower right corner of p. [1].
Box 7, Item 60

Al popolo italiano!, July 1943

Language of material: Italian

Author: Eisenhower, Dwight D. (Dwight Davis), 1890-1969

Notes: Italian translation of a statement issued by Eisenhower on behalf of the Allied Forces in June, 1943.
Box 7, Item 61

Bryt jord!, 1943

Language of material: Norwegian

Related content page(s): 15

Notes: Norwegian translation on p. 15 under the title "Hva med Tyskland?" of excerpts from a speech delivered by Churchill in the House of Commons on September 21, 1943.

Not in Woods, 1969 rev. Zoller annotation on p. 381, below α88.
Box 7, Item 62

Η συσκεψις των Αθηνων [I syskepsis ton Athinon] (Ταχυδρόμος [Tachydromos] no. 4), December 29, 1944

Language of material: Greek

Notes: Article includes a Greek translation of an excerpt from an unidentified speech by Churchill, accompanied by a small photograph of Churchill.

Flyer accompanied by a printed letter dated October 18, 1993, to Curt Zoller from Reg Auckland of the Psywar Society in England, with a translation of the Churchill quotation.
Box 7, Item 63

Up and up ; Churchill speaks (News from England no. 1), September 1940

Language of material: English

Related content page(s): 1 ; 2

Notes: First piece is a brief note about aircraft production that includes excerpts from a speech delivered by Churchill in the House of Commons on August 20, 1940.

Second piece is a collection of quotations by Churchill from unspecified speeches.
Box 7, Item 64

385th at ease (vol. IV, no. 1), April 26, 1945

Language of material: English

Place of publication: Germany

Editor: Healy, Bob

Notes: Newspaper has been cut almost all the way through along two long vertical lines.
Box 7, Item 65

Faithful Luxembourg to her liberators, September 10, 1944

Language of material: English, French, & Luxembourgish

Publisher: Krier, Tony (Luxembourg, Luxembourg)
Box 7, Item 66

Der europäische Rat (Die andere Seite ), [May 1943]

Language of material: German

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Related content page(s): 1-2

Woods reference: α79

Notes: Issue also includes the message "Die apokalyptischen Lausbuben" by Thomas Mann and the short story "Der Eroberer" by John Steinbeck.

Date supplied by cataloger based on Woods, 1969 rev.

"α79" written in the upper left corner of cover p. [1].

Library has another copy (609303 box 6 no. 45).
Box 7, Item 67

Die Festung Europa hat kein Dach, 1943?

Language of material: German

Related content page(s): 2

Notes: German translation of an excerpt from a speech delivered by Churchill on June 8, 1943.

Library has another copy (609303 box 6 no. 51).
Box 7, Item 68

Les otages, 1941

Language of material: French



Related content page(s): 1

Woods reference: α27

Notes: French translations of statements issued by Churchill and Roosevelt, each on its own side, accompanied by a printed facsimile of the author's signature.

Library has another copy (609303 box 7 no. 24).
Box 7, Item 69

Prime Minister's speech to Congress (The times weekly edition : air mail edition no. 3463), May 26, 1943

Language of material: English

Publisher: Times Publishing Company Ltd. (London, England)

Related content page(s): 8-9

Notes: Full text of a speech delivered by Churchill to Congress on May 19, 1943.
Box 7, Item 70

Prime Minister on the fight ahead (The times weekly edition : air mail edition no. 3465), June 9, 1943

Language of material: English

Publisher: Times Publishing Company Ltd. (London, England)

Related content page(s): 5-7

Notes: Full text of speech delivered by Churchill in the House of Commons on June 8, 1943.

Two photographs on p. 3 with the caption "Mr. Churchill thanks the victors of North Africa at Carthage", further photographs of Churchill in North Africa on p. 10-11.
Box 7, Item 71

Freedom of the City for Mr. Churchill (The times weekly edition : air mail edition no. 3469), July 7, 1943

Language of material: English

Publisher: Times Publishing Company Ltd. (London, England)

Related content page(s): 8-9

Notes: Full text of speech delivered by Churchill on receiving the Freedom of the City of London on June 30, 1943.

Library has another copy (609303 box 7 no. 72).
Box 7, Item 72

Freedom of the City for Mr. Churchill (The times weekly edition : air mail edition no. 3469), July 7, 1943

Language of material: English

Publisher: Times Publishing Company Ltd. (London, England)

Related content page(s): 8-9

Notes: Full text of speech delivered by Churchill on receiving the Freedom of the City of London on June 30, 1943.

Library has another copy (609303 box 7 no. 71).
Box 7, Item 73

The times weekly edition : air mail edition (no. 3476), August 25, 1943

Language of material: English

Publisher: Times Publishing Company Ltd. (London, England)

Notes: Two photographs at the top of p. 10 include Churchill in Quebec.
Box 7, Item 74

Mr. Churchill at Harvard (The times weekly edition : air mail edition no. 3478), September 8, 1943

Language of material: English

Publisher: Times Publishing Company Ltd. (London, England)

Related content page(s): 2

Notes: Full text of speech delivered by Churchill at Harvard on September 6, 1943.

"186" written in red pencil in the upper right corner of p. 20.
Box 7, Item 75

Mr. Churchill on spirit of empire (The times weekly edition : air mail edition no. 3511), April 26, 1944

Language of material: English

Publisher: Times Publishing Company Ltd. (London, England)

Related content page(s): 9

Notes: Text of part of a speech delivered by Churchill in the House of Commons on April 21, 1944.
Box 7, Item 76

Mr. Churchill's review of foreign policy (The times weekly edition : air mail edition no. 3516), May 31, 1944

Language of material: English

Publisher: Times Publishing Company Ltd. (London, England)

Related content page(s): 8-9

Notes: Text of a speech delivered by Churchill in the House of Commons on May 24, 1944.

Library has another copy (609303 box 7 no. 77).
Box 7, Item 77

Mr. Churchill's review of foreign policy (The times weekly edition : air mail edition no. 3516), May 31, 1944

Language of material: English

Publisher: Times Publishing Company Ltd. (London, England)

Related content page(s): 8-9

Notes: Text of a speech delivered by Churchill in the House of Commons on May 24, 1944.

Library has another copy (609303 box 7 no. 76).
Box 7, Item 78

Mr. Churchill at the beach-head (The times weekly edition : air mail edition no. 3518), June 14, 1944

Language of material: English

Publisher: Times Publishing Company Ltd. (London, England)

Related content page(s): 5

Notes: A brief summary of Churchill's arrival in Normandy on June 12, 1944.
Box 7, Item 79

Mr. Churchill in Normandy (The times weekly edition : air mail edition no. 3524), July 26, 1944

Language of material: English

Publisher: Times Publishing Company Ltd. (London, England)

Related content page(s): 5

Notes: A brief summary of and some statements from Churchill's second visit to Normandy after D-Day.

Photograph of Churchill surrounded by troops on p. 10.
Box 7, Item 80

Mr. Churchill on the coming victory (The times weekly edition : air mail edition no. 3526), August 9, 1944

Language of material: English

Publisher: Times Publishing Company Ltd. (London, England)

Related content page(s): 5, 8-9

Notes: Text of speech delivered by Churchill in the House of Commons on August 2, 1944.
Box 7, Item 81

Achievements of united nations (The times weekly edition : air mail edition no. 3534), October 4, 1944

Language of material: English

Publisher: Times Publishing Company Ltd. (London, England)

Related content page(s): 5, 8-9, 19

Notes: Text of speech delivered by Churchill in the House of Commons on September 28, 1944.
Box 7, Item 82

"Greatest champion of freedom" (The times weekly edition : air mail edition no. 3562), April 18, 1945

Language of material: English

Publisher: Times Publishing Company Ltd. (London, England)

Related content page(s): 7

Notes: Full-text of a speech delivered by Winston Churchill in the House of Commons on April 17, 1945, regarding the death of President Roosevelt. Photograph of Roosevelt and Churchill on p. 10.
Box 7, Item 83

If the invader comes : what to do - and how to do it, 1940

Language of material: English

Publisher: Great Britain. Ministry of Information (London, England)

Notes: Printed [2] p. printed leaflet "issued by the Ministry of Information in co-operation with the War Office and the Ministry of Home Security."
Box 7, Item 84

The case of the "Athenia", 1939

Language of material: English

Publisher: Deutsche Informationsstelle ; Volk und Reich Verlag (Berlin, Germany)

Author: Halfeld, Adolf, 1898-

Notes: "OG ; 10/89" written in ms. in the upper right corner of cover p. [3].

Housed with photocopies of p. 659-661 (the first section) of the article "Why u-boat warfare failed" by Vice Admiral Kurt Assman from Foreign affairs, v. 28 no. 4 (July, 1950).
 

Newspapers. 1911; 1926

Physical Description: 58 items + 1 volume

Scope and Content Note

The newspapers provide extensive coverage of the London Printers' Strike of 1911 (when Churchill was Home Secretary) and the Great Britain General Strike of 1926 (when Churchill was Chancellor of the Exchequer).

Arrangement

The newspapers are arranged alphabetically by title, and, then, if applicable, in chronological order.
Box 8

Newspapers A-D

Related Material

Issues of the Daily Herald (no. 1-66) from 1911 are bound in a volume and housed separately (see Volume 1 below).
Box 8, Item 01

The British gazette (no. 1), May 5, 1926

Language of material: English

Publisher: Stationery Office (Great Britain) (London, England)

Notes: P. [2-3] are blank.
Box 8, Item 02

The British gazette (no. 2), May 6, 1926

Language of material: English

Publisher: Stationery Office (Great Britain) (London, England)

Notes: P. [2-3] are blank.
Box 8, Item 03

The British gazette (no. 3), May 7, 1926

Language of material: English

Publisher: Stationery Office (Great Britain) (London, England)
Box 8, Item 04

The British gazette (no. 4), May 8, 1926

Language of material: English

Publisher: Stationery Office (Great Britain) (London, England)
Box 8, Item 05

The British gazette (no. 5), May 10, 1926

Language of material: English

Publisher: Stationery Office (Great Britain) (London, England)
Box 8, Item 06

The British gazette (no. 6), May 11, 1926

Language of material: English

Publisher: Stationery Office (Great Britain) (London, England)
Box 8, Item 07

The British gazette (no. 7), May 12, 1926

Language of material: English

Publisher: Stationery Office (Great Britain) (London, England)
Box 8, Item 08

The British gazette (no. 8), May 13, 1926

Language of material: English

Publisher: Stationery Office (Great Britain) (London, England)
Box 8, Item 09

The British worker (no. 1-11), May 5-17, 1926

Language of material: English

Publisher: Trades Unions Congress. General Council (London, England)

Notes: 14 issues of The British worker bound together in gray paper with printed cover title "File of the British worker ; official strike news bulletin ; May 5th, 1926 to May 17th, 1926 inclusive". Includes 2nd and 3rd editions of no. 8, May 12, 1926 and 2nd edition of no. 9, May 13, 1926 (two copies of p. 3-4 of no. 9, 2nd edition).

Signature of "J. Atcheson Darrow" above title on cover p. [1].
Box 8, Item 10

The daily chronicle (no. 20,022), May 13, 1926

Language of material: English

Place of publication: London, England

Notes: "Special Strike Number."
Box 8, Item 11

Daily express (no. 8126), May 12, 1926

Language of material: English

Publisher: London Express Newspapers, Ltd. (London, England)

Notes: Single page broadsheet.

"To be preserved - H.L." written in ms. in the upper left corner.
Box 8, Item 12

The daily graphic, May 12, 1926

Language of material: English

Publisher: Graphic Publications Limited (London, England)
Box 8, Item 13

Daily mail (no. 10,386), May 10, 1926

Language of material: English

Place of publication: Paris, France

Notes: "Continental Edition".
Box 8, Item 14

Daily mail (no. 10,388), May 12, 1926

Language of material: English

Place of publication: Paris, France

Notes: "Continental Edition".
Box 8, Item 15

Daily mail (no. 10,390), May 14, 1926

Language of material: English

Place of publication: Paris, France

Notes: "Continental Edition".
Box 8, Item 16

Daily mail, May 14, 1926

Language of material: English

Publisher: Associated Newspapers (London, England)

Notes: Two page strike issue.
Box 8, Item 17

Daily mirror (no. 7,021), May 13, 1926

Language of material: English

Publisher: Daily Mirror Newspapers (London, England)
Box 8, Item 18

Daily mirror (no. 7,020), May 12, 1926

Language of material: English

Notes: Small format.
Box 8, Item 19

Daily sketch, May 14, 1926

Language of material: English

Publisher: Daily Sketch Publications (London, England)
Box 8, Item 20

The daily telegraph (4th strike issue), May 10, 1926

Language of material: English

Publisher: Daily Telegraph (London, England)

Notes: Small format, four page issue.
Box 8, Item 21

The daily telegraph (5th strike issue), May 11, 1926

Language of material: English

Publisher: Daily Telegraph (London, England)

Notes: Small format, four page issue.
Box 8, Item 22

The daily telegraph (6th strike issue), May 12, 1926

Language of material: English

Publisher: Daily Telegraph (London, England)

Notes: Small format, four page issue.

Library has another copy with different text layout on slightly larger paper (609303 box 8 no. 21).
Box 8, Item 23

The daily telegraph (6th strike issue), May 12, 1926

Language of material: English

Publisher: Daily Telegraph (London, England)

Notes: Small format, four page issue.

Library has another copy with different text layout on slightly smaller paper (609303 box 8 no. 20).
Box 8, Item 24

The daily telegraph (no. 22,157), May 13, 1926

Language of material: English

Publisher: Daily Telegraph (London, England)

Notes: Only four pages.
Box 8, Item 25

The daily telegraph (no. 22,158), May 14, 1926

Language of material: English

Publisher: Daily Telegraph (London, England)

Notes: Only four pages.
Box 9

Newspapers E-Z

Box 9, Item 01

Emergency press, May 6, 1926

Language of material: English

Publisher: George Outram & Co., Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland)

Notes: At top of p. [1]: Combining issues of The Glasgow herald ; The daily record ; The bulletin ; Glasgow evening news ; The evening times ; The citizen.

"General Strike Newspaper" written in ms. in the upper left corner of p. [1].
Box 9, Item 02

Emergency press, May 7, 1926

Language of material: English

Publisher: George Outram & Co., Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland)

Notes: At top of p. [1]: Combining issues of The Glasgow herald ; The daily record ; The bulletin ; Glasgow evening news ; The evening times ; The citizen.
Box 9, Item 03

Emergency press, May 8, 1926

Language of material: English

Publisher: George Outram & Co., Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland)

Notes: At top of p. [1]: Combining issues of The Glasgow herald ; The daily record ; The bulletin ; Glasgow evening news ; The evening times ; The citizen.

Pale blue sticker attached to the upper left corner of p. [1] reads "Blackie & Son Limited ; To be returned to the library".
Box 9, Item 04

Emergency press, May 10, 1926

Language of material: English

Publisher: George Outram & Co., Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland)

Notes: At top of p. [1]: Combining issues of The Glasgow herald ; The daily record ; The bulletin ; Glasgow evening news ; The evening times ; The citizen.

Pale blue sticker attached to the upper left corner of p. [1] reads "Blackie & Son Limited ; To be returned to the library".
Box 9, Item 05

Emergency press, May 11, 1926

Language of material: English

Publisher: George Outram & Co., Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland)

Notes: At top of p. [1]: Combining issues of The Glasgow herald ; The daily record ; The bulletin ; Glasgow evening news ; The evening times ; The citizen.

Pale blue sticker attached to the upper left corner of p. [1] reads "Blackie & Son Limited ; To be returned to the library".
Box 9, Item 06

Emergency press, May 12, 1926

Language of material: English

Publisher: George Outram & Co., Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland)

Notes: At top of p. [1]: Combining issues of The Glasgow herald ; The daily record ; The bulletin ; Glasgow evening news ; The evening times ; The citizen.

Pale blue sticker attached to the upper left corner of p. [1] reads "Blackie & Son Limited ; To be returned to the library".
Box 9, Item 07

Emergency press, May 13, 1926

Language of material: English

Publisher: George Outram & Co., Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland)

Notes: At top of p. [1]: Combining issues of The Glasgow herald ; The daily record ; The bulletin ; Glasgow evening news ; The evening times ; The citizen.

Pale blue sticker attached to the upper left corner of p. [1] reads "Blackie & Son Limited ; To be returned to the library".
Box 9, Item 08

Emergency press, May 14, 1926

Language of material: English

Publisher: George Outram & Co., Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland)

Notes: At top of p. [1]: Combining issues of The Glasgow herald ; The daily record ; The bulletin ; Glasgow evening news ; The evening times ; The citizen.

Pale blue sticker attached to the upper left corner of p. [1] reads "Blackie & Son Limited ; To be returned to the library".

Library has another copy of this issue without the sticker (609303 box 9 no. 9).
Box 9, Item 09

Emergency press, May 14, 1926

Language of material: English

Publisher: George Outram & Co., Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland)

Notes: At top of p. [1]: Combining issues of The Glasgow herald ; The daily record ; The bulletin ; Glasgow evening news ; The evening times ; The citizen.

Library has another copy of this issue with a sticker from Blackie & Son Limited's library attached to p. [1] (609303 box 9 no. 8).
Box 9, Item 10

The evening news, May 12, 1926

Language of material: English

Publisher: Associated Newspapers (London, England)

Notes: Single page broadsheet.
Box 9, Item 11

The evening news, May 13, 1926

Language of material: English

Publisher: Associated Newspapers (London, England)
Box 9, Item 12

The evening standard (no. 31750), May 11, 1926

Language of material: English

Publisher: Evening Standard Co., Ltd. (London, England)
Box 9, Item 13

The evening standard (no. 31752), May 13, 1926

Language of material: English

Publisher: Evening Standard Co., Ltd. (London, England)
Box 9, Item 14

Strike emergency bulletin, May 6, [1926]

Language of material: English

Publisher: Moore, T.F. (London, England)

Notes: Single page broadsheet.
Box 9, Item 15

The Sunday gazette [PHOTOCOPY] (no. 1), May 9, 1926

Language of material: English

Publisher: Stationery Office (Great Britain) (London, England)

Notes: Photocopy of p. [1] of the Sunday gazette, with "Constitutional Club smoking club ; not to be taken" stamped across the top of the page three times.
Box 9, Item 16

The times (no. 44,263), May 5, 1926

Language of material: English

Publisher: Times Publishing Company Ltd. (London, England)

Notes: Two page broadsheet.

Pale blue sticker attached to the upper left corner of p. [1] reads "Blackie & Son Limited ; To be returned to the library".
Box 9, Item 17

The times (no. 44,261), May 6, 1926

Language of material: English

Publisher: Times Publishing Company Ltd. (London, England)

Notes: Pale blue sticker attached to the upper left corner of p. [1] reads "Blackie & Son Limited ; To be returned to the library".
Box 9, Item 18

The times (no. 44,265), May 7, 1926

Language of material: English

Publisher: Times Publishing Company Ltd. (London, England)

Notes: Pale blue sticker attached to the upper left corner of p. [1] reads "Blackie & Son Limited ; To be returned to the library".
Box 9, Item 19

The times (no. 44,266), May 8, 1926

Language of material: English

Publisher: Times Publishing Company Ltd. (London, England)

Notes: Pale blue sticker attached to the upper left corner of p. [1] reads "Blackie & Son Limited ; To be returned to the library".
Box 9, Item 20

The times, May 8, 1926

Language of material: English

Publisher: Times Publishing Company Ltd. (London, England)

Notes: "Weekly edition".

Single page broadsheet.

Pale blue sticker attached to the top of the sheet reads "Blackie & Son Limited ; To be returned to the library".
Box 9, Item 21

The times, May 8, 1926

Language of material: English

Publisher: Times Publishing Company Ltd. (London, England)

Notes: "Weekly edition".

Single page broadsheet.
Box 9, Item 22

The times, May 8, 1926

Language of material: English

Publisher: Times Publishing Company Ltd. (London, England)

Notes: "Weekly edition".

Single page broadsheet.
Box 9, Item 23

The times, May 10, 1926

Language of material: English

Publisher: Times Publishing Company Ltd. (London, England)

Notes: Pale blue sticker attached to the upper left corner of p. [1] reads "Blackie & Son Limited ; To be returned to the library".
Box 9, Item 24

The times (no. 44,268), May 11, 1926

Language of material: English

Publisher: Times Publishing Company Ltd. (London, England)

Notes: Pale blue sticker attached to the upper left corner of p. [1] reads "Blackie & Son Limited ; To be returned to the library".

Library has another copy of this issue without the sticker (609303 box 8 no. 48).
Box 9, Item 25

The times (no. 44,268), May 11, 1926

Language of material: English

Publisher: Times Publishing Company Ltd. (London, England)

Notes: Library has another copy of this issue with a sticker from Blackie & Son Limited's library attached to p. [1] (609303 box 8 no. 47).
Box 9, Item 26

The times (no. 44,269), May 12, 1926

Language of material: English

Publisher: Times Publishing Company Ltd. (London, England)

Notes: Pale blue sticker attached to the upper left corner of p. [1] reads "Blackie & Son Limited ; To be returned to the library".
Box 9, Item 27

The times (no. 44,270), May 13, 1926

Language of material: English

Publisher: Times Publishing Company Ltd. (London, England)

Notes: Pale blue sticker attached to the upper left corner of p. [1] reads "Blackie & Son Limited ; To be returned to the library".
Box 9, Item 28

The times (no. 44,271), May 14, 1926

Language of material: English

Publisher: Times Publishing Company Ltd. (London, England)

Notes: Pale blue sticker attached to the upper left corner of p. [1] reads "Blackie & Son Limited ; To be returned to the library".
Box 9, Item 29

The times (no. 44,272), May 15, 1926

Language of material: English

Publisher: Times Publishing Company Ltd. (London, England)

Notes: Pale blue sticker attached to the upper left corner of p. [1] reads "Blackie & Son Limited ; To be returned to the library".
Box 9, Item 30

The times, May 15, 1926

Language of material: English

Publisher: Times Publishing Company Ltd. (London, England)

Notes: "Weekly edition".

Two page broadsheet.

Pale blue sticker attached to the top of the sheet reads "Blackie & Son Limited ; To be returned to the library".

Library has two other copies of this issue (609303 box 9 no. 31 and 32).
Box 9, Item 31

The times, May 15, 1926

Language of material: English

Publisher: Times Publishing Company Ltd. (London, England)

Notes: "Weekly edition".

Two page broadsheet.

Pale blue sticker attached to the top of the sheet reads "Blackie & Son Limited ; To be returned to the library".

Library has two other copies of this issue (609303 box 9 no. 30 and 32).
Box 9, Item 32

The times, May 15, 1926

Language of material: English

Publisher: Times Publishing Company Ltd. (London, England)

Notes: "Weekly edition".

Two page broadsheet.

Pale blue sticker attached to the top of the sheet reads "Blackie & Son Limited ; To be returned to the library".

Library has two other copies of this issue (609303 box 9 no. 30 and 31).
Box 9, Item 33

The times (no. 44,273), May 17, 1926

Language of material: English

Publisher: Times Publishing Company Ltd. (London, England)

Notes: Pale blue sticker attached to the upper left corner of p. [1] reads "Blackie & Son Limited ; To be returned to the library".
Volume 1

The daily herald (no. 1-66), January 25-April 28, 1911

Language of material:

Publisher: Cooperative Printing Society, Ltd. (London, England)

Notes: Bound volume of 66 issues of The daily herald, covering the Printers strike of 1911.

Numbers 1-3 are about half the size of numbers 4-66.

Ms. notes on front endleaf read "66 issues ; 185.00 ; Printers' strike complete".

Ms. note on rear pastedown reads "RO/mg ; 4/86".

Book plate for the Typographic Library and Museum of the American Type Founders Company attached to from pastedown has been crossed out.

Laid in: sheet of paper with ms. notes giving dates and pages of references to or citations of Winston Churchill.
 

Ephemera

Physical Description: approximately 125 items

Scope and Content Note

A collection including commemorative coins and trinkets, stamped envelopes, photographs of Churchill and people at Churchill-related events, reproductions of documents from Churchill's life, postcards, calendars, two LP albums, and a talking Winston Churchill action figure.
Box 10

Miscellaneous ephemera

Physical Description: approximately 110 items

Scope and Content Note

A collection of assorted Churchill ephemera and related materials.
  • Four commemorative coins, three of which feature Churchill's profile.
  • Plastic pencil sharpener from the Cabinet War Rooms with an illustrated profile of Churchill on one side.
  • Six bookmarks; four are faux leather with gilt-stamped text or illustrations; one is metal shaped like Churchill; one featuring a bust-length portrait of Churchill.
  • Medal from the OKSV Volksschiessen 1965 with a sculpted portrait of Churchill (seems to be an award for a marksmanship contest from a sports club in Overlangel, Netherlands).
  • Miniature handmade book Winston Spencer Churchill: author, artist, statesmen, by Margaret Challenger; number 12 of 20.
  • 15 postcards of Churchill or Churchill-related locations; two were mailed to Curt Zoller in 2002 by Greg Farmenr(?); one was mailed to Zoller in 2006 by Dave Sills; one is signed by Mary Soames, Churchill's youngest daughter.
  • [2] p. photocopy on yellow paper of a sales description of a aerial propaganda collection for sale in Maggs catalogue #1375 in May 2005.
  • Printed Dutch diagram with English ms. notes about the process used by the English to drop propaganda leaflets.
  • Four color photographs from Frederiksborg Castle in Hillerød, Denmark.
  • Two color photographs of Winston Spencer Churchill (1940-2010), taken in Boston in 1990.
  • One black and white photograph of a man in hunting clothes holding a dead bird - ms. note suggests it may be of Ian Hamilton, because it was removed from a copy of Ian Hamilton's march.
  • Two copies of a [4] p. booklet printed "In honour of James Davis 1935-2000" with a quote from Churchill on p. [3].
  • Two prints and the negative of a photograph of Churchill, Lawrence of Arabia, and others on camels in front of the Sphinx and the Pyramids of Giza; accompanied by an ms. note identifying several of the people in the photograph.
  • Small album of photographs from an event held at Chapman University in 2002.
  • Piece of A4 paper with Churchill watermark.
  • Printed copies of Churchill's "Sinews of peace" speech from 1946, and Margaret Thatchers "New threats for old" speech from 1996, both delivered at Westminster College in Fulton, Missouri.
  • Three greeting cards; one with a color reproduction of a Churchill painting, one with a black and white photograph of Churchill, and one with a black and white caricature of Churchill and a holiday greeting from 1989 from Michael and Anna Wybrow.
  • Small wooden box with an illustration of Winston Churchill on the top.
  • Eight digital prints of two photographs, one telegram, three ms. letters, and a school report card reproduced from the Churchill Archives at Cambridge, with an ms. note dated 6/11/02 on Chapman University notepaper.
  • Folded [6] p. pamphlet from the Chartwell studio where Churchill's paintings are displayed.
  • Printed letter from David Irving to Professor Stephen Ambrose with copies of newspaper clippings reviewing Irving's book on Winston Churchill, with newspaper clippings covering Irving's libel suit against Deborah Lipstadt.
  • Text of a speech by Secretary Jack Kemp entitled "Statesmanship, democracy, and Sir Winston Churchill" delivered on accepting the Winston S. Churchill Award at the Claremont Institute in Los Angeles on November 30, 1990.
  • Typescript review of Roy Howells' Churchill's last years by W. Glen Browne.
  • Printed news release from the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense (Public Affairs) with the text of a speech by Secretary Caspar W. Weinberger delivered at Westminster College in Fulton, Missouri, on March 11, 1983.
  • Folded [4] p. photocopy of an article from Finest hour entitled "Bletchley Park blooms with Churchilliana" by Douglas J. Hall.
  • Four newspaper clippings from 1969 to 1971 with brief articles about Churchill and related happenings.
  • Compliments slips, one from Lord Digby, one from Lady Digby signed by Dione M. Digby; earlier note on housing identifies Lady Digby as the mother of Pamela Harriman, but that was the 11th Baroness Digby, while Dione Digby is the 12th Baroness Digby.
  • Menu from the International Churchill Society Dinner at the Savoy in London on September 25, 1985, signed by Mary Soames (Churchill's youngest daughter), her husband Christopher Soames, Anthony Montague Browne (Churchill's secretary in his final years), and his wife Shelagh Montague Brown.
  • Printed letter from the office of CIA Director Casey dated January 30, 1984, to Curt Zoller, informing him that a signed copy of the Director's remarks at Westminster College is unavailable, but that an unsigned copy is being sent.
  • Broadside with a paraphrase of a Churchill quotation below illustrated portraits of Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton.
  • Collection of 30 envelopes with either a stamp featuring Churchill, or printed matter on the envelope featuring Churchill. There are thirteen envelopes from the United Kingdom (including one from the South Orkney Islands in the British Antarctic Territory), twelve from the United States (including one from the U.S. Naval Air Station in Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada), and one envelope each from Canada, Dominica, the Falkland Islands, the Netherlands, and Pakistan.
  • A print of red ink on beige paper of the Churchill quotation "In war - resolution ; In defeat - defiance ; In victory - magnanimity ; In peace - goodwill". Print by Leo Wyatt, copy 24 of 100.
  • Prospectus for Bookplates and labels by Leo Wyatt, published by Fleece Press. Probably arrived in the collection with the Wyatt print.
  • Original motion picture sound track from Jack Le Vien's The finest hours: Sir Winston Churchill's own story are told in his memoirs of the Second World War. Released by Mercury Record Corporation in 1964, this two record volume featuring recordings of Churchill, Neville Chamberlain, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and John F. Kennedy, narrated by Orson Welles. Records housed in sleeves that open like a book, with 10 pages of black and white photographs from throughout his life.
  • The voice of Winston Churchill. Single record recording released by London Records. On cover verso: Many items on this record were taken from the London twelve record album "Winston S. Churchill. His Memoirs and his speeches." Still shrink-wrapped in plastic with a printed sticker reading "This record was authorized by Sir Winston Churchill" and a price sticker for Tectron Records.
  • Two clippings from a magazine or catalog, one a color reproduction of Churchill's painting "The Weald of Kent under Snow, painted from Chartwell", the other a black and white photograph of Churchill at his easel, with his signature printed below.
  • Winston Churchill talking action figure - housed separately in its own box - batteries removed by cataloger for conservation purposes.
Box 11

Churchill miscellany

Scope and Content Note

A collection of assorted Churchill ephemera and related materials.
Box 11, Item 01

Churchill calendar, 1962

Publisher: Hallmark Cards, Inc.

Notes: "Featuring 12 reproductions of paintings and quotations by Sir Winston Churchill".
Box 11, Item 02

Proclaiming Sir Winston Churchill an honorary citizen of the United States of America ( Congressional record : proceedings and debates of the 88th Congress, first session v. 109, no. 38), March 12, 1963

Publisher: United States. Congress (Washington, D.C)

Related content pages: 3791-3800

Notes: Two copies of the Congressional record for the day that the bill proclaiming Churchill a U.S. citizen passed the House of Representatives.
Box 11, Item 03

Honorary citizenship for Sir Winston Churchill ( Congressional record : proceedings and debates of the 88th Congress, first session v. 109, no. 488), April 2, 1963

Publisher: United States. Congress (Washington, D.C)

Related content pages: 5093-5094

Notes: Two copies of the Congressional record for the day that the Senate passed the bill proclaiming Churchill an honorary U.S. citizen, passed previously by the House of Representatives. Further remarks by sponsors of the bill are on p. 5093-5094.
Box 11, Item 04

Magnolia [reproduction], 1974 ; c. 1930

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Notes: Two copies of a color reproduction of the painting "Magnolia", a still-life with a single magnolia and leaves in a vase on a table, with the frame reproduced as well. "Compliments of Southwest Savings and Loan Assn. ; 5926 Warner, Huntington Beach" stamped in red on the back of each sheet.
Box 11, Item 05

Tapestries at Blenheim [reproduction], 1974? ; c. 1932

Author: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965

Notes: Two copies of a color reproduction of the painting "Tapestries at Blenheim", a view of a room at Blenheim Castle, with the frame reproduced as well. "Compliments of Southwest Savings and Loan Assn. ; 5926 Warner, Huntington Beach" stamped in red on the back of each sheet. Reproduction date suggested by cataloger based on a similar reproduction of another Churchill painting, "Magnolia".
Box 11, Item 06

Churchill calendar 1940-1990, 1990

Publisher: International Churchill Society

Notes: Calendar "prepared by the Winston Churchill Collegiate Institute ; Scarborough, Ontario, Canada" featuring photographs of Churchill and war-related scenes from 1940.
Box 11, Item 07

The Donald Scott Carmichael Churchilliana Collection, 1990 or later

Author: Churchillbooks

Notes: Printed sales catalogue for the Donald Scott Carmichael Churchilliana Collection, being sold by Churchillbooks in Hopkinton, New Hampshire. Includes numerous black and white photographs. Items on p. 11 and 19 are dated 1990.
Box 11, Item 08

Sir Winston Churchill, 1991

Publisher: Pitkin Pictorials (Andover, England)

Author: Parker, Michael St. John

Notes: A colorful guide to Churchill's life, illustrated with numerous black and white and color photographs.
Box 11, Item 09

Chartwell, 1992

Publisher: National Trust (Great Britain)

Notes: A color illustrated guide to Churchill's estate, Chartwell, in Kent. Includes an introduction by Lady Mary Soames, Churchill's youngest daughter, who signed the title page and dated it 3 Oct. '96.
Box 11, Item 10

Churchill calendar 1942-1992, 1992

Publisher: International Churchill Society

Notes: Calendar "prepared by John G. Plumpton with the assistance of students at Earl Haig Secondary School, North York, Ontario, Canada" featuring photographs of Churchill and war-related scenes from 1942.
Box 11, Item 11

Churchill calendar 1943-1993, 1993

Publisher: International Churchill Society

Notes: Calendar "prepared by John G. Plumpton with the assistance of the following students David Archer Sir Winston Churchill High School, Calgary, Alberta, Canada" featuring photographs of Churchill and war-related scenes from 1943.
Box 11, Item 12

Churchill calendar 1944-1994, 1994

Publisher: International Churchill Society

Notes: Calendar "prepared by John Plumpton with the assistance of Randy Barber, Murray Milne, and Bernard Webber of The Other Club of Toronto" featuring photographs of Churchill and war-related scenes from 1944. Two copies held.
Box 11, Item 13

Memories of Churchill and how he would have seen the world today, March 27, 1994

Author: Amery, Julian, 1919-1996

Notes: Booklet with the text of a speech delivered as the Twelfth Crosby Kemper Lecture at the Winston Churchill Memorial at Westminster College.
Box 11, Item 14

Churchill calendar 1945-1995, 1995

Publisher: International Churchill Society

Notes: Calendar "prepared by John Plumpton with the assistance of Randy Barber, Barry Gough, Murray Milne, James Milner and Bernard Webber of The Other Club of Toronto" featuring photographs of Churchill and war-related scenes from 1945.
Box 11, Item 15

Ditchley Park ; Oxfordshire : A historic house with a contemporary purpose ; official guide, 1995

Publisher: English Life Publications, Ltd. (Derby, England)

Notes: A color illustrated guide to Ditchley house and estate in Oxfordshire, a location used by Churchill several times over the war years. There is a photograph on p. 23 of a bust of Churchill by Angela Conner.
Box 11, Item 16

Churchill: Gifts to a hero, 2005

Publisher: National Trust (Great Britain) (Westerham, England)

Notes: On front cover: "A collectors' catalogue to accompany a special exhibition of gifts to The Greatest Briton". The exhibit ran at the Chartwell Estate in 2005.
 

Audiovisual materials 1964-2002

Physical Description: 16 items

Scope and Content Note

The audiovisual materials include VHS tapes with programs on Churchill and recordings of lectures about Churchill, while the audio items are mostly recordings of Churchill's speeches.
Box 12

VHS

Box 12, Item 01

The other world of Winston Churchill, c1964

Publisher: White Star Video (West Long Branch, N.J.)

Notes: This video portrait of Sir Winston Churchill's "second career" as a painter is told in his own words, and through anecdotes by Paul Maze (who taught him to paint). Based on Sir Winston's book, "Painting as a pastime". Narrated by Paul Scofield.
Box 12, Item 02

Churchill : The private war, c1980

Publisher: HBO Video (Firm) (New York, N.Y.)

Notes: Winston Churchill was a monumental leader of men whose inspiration and defiant "V for Victory" were the hallmarks of courage that carried Great Britain through the war years. This startling film reveals the secret story of a man haunted by his desire to succeed, overcoming all odds to lead a nation out of the dark times and into the light.
Box 12, Item 03

The speeches of Winston Churchill, c1988

Publisher: MPI Home Video (Firm)

Notes: Program focuses on Winston Churchill as a public orator using excerpts from his addresses to the public, to the House of Commons, and to the United States Congress.
Box 12, Item 04

Chartwell : An intimate video souvenir of the home of Britain's wartime leader Winston Churchill, 1990s?

Publisher: Tadpole Lane Productions

Author: National Trust (Great Britain)

Notes: This video guide gives a tour of the rooms and gardens of Chartwell, the home of Winston Churchill for 40 years.
Box 12, Item 05

The complete Churchill, c1991

Publisher: A & E Home Video (Firm) (New York, N.Y.)

Notes: Traces the life and times of one of Britain's greatest statesmen. Four videocassettes in their own cases, housed together in one larger slipcase. Contents: Maverick politician ; To conquer or to die ; The beginning of the end ; Never despair.
Box 12, Item 06

An evening with Winston Churchill, September 19, 1996

Publisher: Public Affairs Video Archives (West Lafayette, Ind.)

Author: Humes, James C.

Notes: Mr. Humes, the author of Churchill: Speaker of the Century and a former speechwriter for several Republican presidents, portrayed several portions of Winston Churchill's speeches. Talk was delivered at a judicial conference at the U.S. Court of Appeals 10th Circuit, Colorado; videocassette was produced from the C-SPAN archives at Purdue University in West Lafayette, IN.
Box 12, Item 07

Winston Churchill's method of public speaking, September 5, 1996

Publisher: Public Affairs Video Archives (West Lafayette, Ind.)

Author: Humes, James C.

Notes: Discusses Churchill's method of speech preparation and delivery. Examines how Churchill overcame many challenges to become a great speaker. Demonstrates Churchill's mannerisms. Talk was delivered at the University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, videocassette was produced from the C-SPAN archives at Purdue University in West Lafayette, IN.
Box 12, Item 08

The gathering storm, 2002

Publisher: Home Box Office (Firm)

Notes: "Non-commercial release on videocassette for Emmy Award consideration. The story of Winston Churchill's private and political struggles during the prewar years. Starring Albert Finney as Winston Churchill and Vanessa Redgrave as Clementine Churchill."
Box 13

Audio cassettes and CDs

Related Material

Two LP albums are housed with the ephemera due to size constraints (see Box 10 above).
Box 13, Item 01

Winston Churchill : A selection of his wartime speeches 1939-1945, c1983

Publisher: Argo Record Corp. ; Decca Record Company

Notes: A selection of speeches made by Winston Churchill from 1939-1945, taken from radio transcriptions of the time.

Two sound cassettes.
Box 13, Item 02

Winston Churchill : 25 years of his speeches 1918-1943, c1990

Publisher: Argo Record Corp. ; Decca Record Company

Notes: A collection of Winston Churchills speeches from between the wars to World War II.

Two sound cassettes.
Box 13, Item 03

Winston Churchill : Wartime speeches 1939-1945 ; 25 years of his speeches 1918-1943 ; Memoirs and speeches, c1994

Publisher: Argo Record Corp. ; Decca Record Company

Notes: A special edition reissuing of three separated two sound cassette speech collections. The three individual cases are housed together in a dark blue slipcase.
Box 13, Item 04

Churchill : An appreciation, October 27, 1995

Publisher: International Churchill Society

Author: Buckley, William F., Jr., 1925-2008

Notes: One audio cassette recording of a speech delivered by Buckley at the International Churchill Society Conference in Boston, MA, in 1995.
Box 13, Item 05

A thread in the tapestry, 1998

Publisher: Books on Tape, Inc.

Author: Churchill, Sarah, 1914-1982

Notes: An unabridged audiobook read by Donada Peters.

Sarah Churchill recounts her life with her famous father, Winston Churchill. She talks on a variety of subjects, including her father's ways with his children, the famous people she met, and her vacation with her father after his defeat in the General Election of 1945.

Library has two copies, one of which is labeled "Home Edition", but appears to be identical to the other copy, except in the color of its housing.
Box 13, Item 06

Winston Churchill : 25 years of his speeches 1918-1943, c2000

Publisher: Argo Record Corp. ;

Notes: A collection of Winston Churchills speeches from between the wars through World War II.

Two sound discs.

The original two-disc case is broken, so the discs have been moved to two separate cases.
Box 13, Item 07

Winston Churchill : Wartime speeches 1939-1945, c2000

Publisher: Argo Record Corp. ; Universal Music Group

Notes: A selection of speeches made by Winston Churchill from 1939-1945, taken from radio transciptions of the time.

Three sound discs.
Box 13, Item 08

Churchill, c2001

Publisher: Teaching Company (Chantilly, Va.)

Author: Fears, J. Rufus, 1945-2012

Notes: Examines the life of Sir Winston Churchill, prime minister of Great Britain during World War II.

Includes two videodiscs and a 72 page lecture transcript and course guidebook.
 

Posters bulk approximately 1990s-2008

Physical Description: 9 items

Scope and Content Note

Some of the posters are reproductions of photographs or paintings of Churchill, while the others are informational or announce Churchill-related events.
Box 14

Posters

Box 14, Poster 01

Timeline of the life of Sir Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill 1874-1965, c2004



Notes: Parallel timelines for "Personal Life", "Military Career", "Author/Journalist", and "Politician/Statesman", with contemporary events in Great Britain at the bottom.

Information on verso includes a family tree and coat of arms, with tables of "Major Initiatives in Office", "Prime Ministers of England during Churchill's Life", "WSC's Election Win/Loss Record", and "References".

Poster is 33 cm x 48 cm.
Box 14, Poster 02

[Churchill portrait poster]



Notes: Black and white reproduction of a preliminary sketch that Graham Sutherland did for a portrait of Winston Churchill in 1954. Churchill disliked the portrait intensely, and it was destroyed shortly after he received it publicly on his 80th birthday.

Poster is 61 cm x 51 cm.
Box 14, Poster 03

"Let us go forward together"



Notes: A bust-length black and white photograph of Churchill with green-tinted photograph of tanks and fighter planes in the background. Title taken from large white caption printed across the bottom of the image. "Reproduced from an original poster, held by the Imperial War Museum. Printed by Gavin Martin Ltd, London SE27 HQ" printed in black in the lower left margin.

Poster is 76 cm x 51 cm.
Box 15

Posters

Box 15, Poster 04

"Deserve victory!"

Publisher: Graham and Gillies Ltd. (London, England)

Notes: A reproduction of a black and white poster featuring an illustrated portrait of Churchill pointing at the reader. Title based on caption printed in blue at the bottom of the poster. "Published by GRAHAM & GILLIES LTD., Shell Mex House, Strand."

Poster is 76 cm x 51 cm.
Box 15, Poster 05

Churchill, Roosevelt and the end of World War II October 26-29, 1995



Notes: Conference poster for the 12th International Churchill Conference, held in Boston. Includes blue-tinted portraits of Roosevelt and Churchill and a reproduction of a letter from Roosevelt to Churchill, dated January 20, 1940.

Poster is 61 cm x 46 cm.
Box 15, Poster 06

Who said "Study history! Study history!"

Publisher: International Churchill Society ; Churchill Center, Washington, D.C.

Notes: Poster advertising the website www.winstonchurchill.org, with the title printed as a caption over a black and white portrait of Churchill taken by Yousuf Karsh in 1941.

Poster is 61 cm x 46 cm.

Larger version of poster 7.
Box 16

Posters

Box 16, Poster 07

Who said "Study history! Study history!"

Publisher: International Churchill Society ; Churchill Center, Washington, D.C.

Notes: Poster advertising the website www.winstonchurchill.org, with the title printed as a caption over a black and white portrait of Churchill taken by Yousuf Karsh in 1941.

Poster is 46 cm x 31 cm.

Smaller version of poster 6.
Box 16, Poster 08

[Event poster] January 17, 2008



Notes: Poster for a talk given by Curt J. Zoller at the Friends of the Mission Viejo Library Meeting in Mission Viejo, California.

Poster is 69 x 55 cm.
Box 16, Poster 09

The lady is not for turning : the Margaret Thatcher Symposium April 30-May 3, 2002



Notes: Conference poster for an event at the Center for Cold War Studies at Chapman University in Orange California.

Poster is 44 x 28 cm.