Inventory of the Henry Cutler Wolfe papers

Finding aid prepared by Jennifer Leather
Hoover Institution Library and Archives
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Title: Henry Cutler Wolfe papers
Date (inclusive): 1905-1942
Collection Number: 77073
Contributing Institution: Hoover Institution Library and Archives
Language of Material: English
Physical Description: 21 manuscript boxes, 1 envelope (8.8 Linear Feet)
Abstract: Contains fictional and journalistic writings, correspondence, printed matter, identification card, medals, and photographs, relating to conditions in the Samara Province of Russia and operations of the American Relief Administration in Russia, and to European politics in the interwar period.
Creator: Wolfe, Henry C. (Henry Cutler), 1898-
Physical Location: Hoover Institution Library & Archives

Access

The collection is open for research; materials must be requested in advance via our reservation system. If there are audiovisual or digital media material in the collection, they must be reformatted before providing access.

Use

For copyright status, please contact the Hoover Institution Library & Archives.

Acquisition Information

Acquired by the Hoover Institution Library & Archives in 1977.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Henry Cutler Wolfe papers, [Box no., Folder no. or title], Hoover Institution Library & Archives.

Biographical/Historical Note

An American writer and journalist, Wolfe served as an American Relief Administration worker in Russia during 1922.

Scope and Content of Collection

The collection includes correspondence describing Wolfe's experiences abroad during World War I, as well as later trips taken to collect information for lectures. Wolfe was a travelling lecturer and journalist, speaking to audiences at colleges, universities, and organizations throughout the U.S., although mainly in the northeast. The collected clippings and printed materials relate to international relations with a focus on Europe. The collection also contains drafts of Wolfe's various novels, articles, and short stories.

Arrangement

The collection is divided into 4 series: Personal file, Story and article drafts, Printed matter, and Correspondence.

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Journalists
United States -- Foreign relations
Soviet Union -- History -- Revolution, 1917-1921 -- Civilian relief
International relief
American literature
Europe -- Politics and government -- 1918-1945
Samara (Russia)
American Relief Administration

 

Personal file 1812-1937

 

Financial and legal materials 1812-1937

box 1, folder 1-2

Family receipts 1812-1915

box 1, folder 3-4

Deeds, mortgage, insurance, checks, and bank notes 1882-1930

box 1, folder 5

Stocks 1937

box 1, folder 6

Russian visa and Greek rail passes 1922-1923

box 1, folder 7

Assorted photographs undated

box 2, folder 1

Childhood schoolwork undated

box 2, folder 2

Jane D. Wolfe, Associated Charities minutes and letters 1932-1936

 

Story and article drafts 1926-1940

box 2, folder 3

Assorted draft fragments undated

box 2, folder 4

"Adventures with Vodka" undated

box 2, folder 5

"Allah Be Praised!" undated

box 2, folder 6

"A Belated Christmas Dinner" undated

box 2, folder 7

"Baron Ugurioff's Revenge" undated

box 2, folder 8

"Communism" 1926

box 2, folder 9

"Danzig Minorities Dispute Threatens German-Polish Relations" undated

box 2, folder 10

"Death Tells a Tale" undated

box 2, folder 11

"European Impressions" 1937

box 2, folder 12

"Fate Trumps an Ace" undated

box 2, folder 13

"Get Your Man!" undated

box 2, folder 14

"The Golden Minaret" undated

box 2, folder 15-16

"The Kingdom of the Dawn" undated

box 2, folder 17

"Lady Borgia Pours" undated

box 2, folder 18

"Mon Homme" undated

box 2, folder 19

"The Nuns of Starya Maina" undated

box 3, folder 1

"A Pioneer Girl Outwits Chief Red Hawk" undated

box 3, folder 2

"Revenge Solves a Mystery" undated

box 3, folder 3

"Two Hundred Frontiers" undated

box 3, folder 4

"A Weird Experience" undated

box 3, folder 5

"When the Potato Came to France" 1940

box 3, folder 6

"Whom a Gypsy Loves" 1931

box 3, folder 7

Untitled draft undated

 

Printed mattter 1917-1971

box 3, folder 8-9

"The European Scene," The Columbus Dispatch 1934-1935

box 4, folder 1

"The European Scene," The Columbus Dispatch 1934-1935

box 4, folder 2-5

The Columbus Dispatch and Coshocton News (Contd.) 1934-1937

box 5, folder 1-4

The Columbus Dispatch and Coshocton Tribune 1935-1942

box 5, folder 5-6

Newspaper clippings, fliers, magazines, and bulletins 1917-1971

box 5, folder 7

Brochures 1937

box 5, folder 8

Foundations of German undated

 

Correspondence 1905-1942

box 6, folder 1-2

Undated

box 6, folder 3

February 1905-April 1908

box 6, folder 4

August 1909-December 1911

box 6, folder 5

1912

box 6, folder 6-7

1913

box 6, folder 8

1915

box 6, folder 9-13

1916

box 7, folder 1-7

1917

box 8, folder 1-17

1918

box 9, folder 1-18

1919

box 10, folder 1-14

1920

box 11, folder 1-18

1921

box 12, folder 1-12

1922

box 12, folder 13-16

1923 January-February

box 13, folder 1-11

1923 March-December

box 13, folder 12-17

1924 January-April

box 14, folder 1-17

1924 May-December

box 15, folder 1-17

1925

box 16, folder 1-17

1926

box 17, folder 1-5

1927

box 18, folder 1-19

1928

box 18, folder 20-22

1929

box 19, folder 1

1930 March

box 19, folder 2-3

1931

box 19, folder 4-9

1932 March-November

box 19, folder 10-11

1933

box 19, folder 12-14

1934

box 19, folder 15-20

1935

box 19, folder 21-32

1936

box 20, folder 1-14

1937

box 20, folder 15-23

1938 January-June

box 21, folder 1-3

1938 June-November

box 21, folder 4-13

1939

box 21, folder 14-18

1940

box 21, folder 19-25

1941

box 21, folder 26-31

1942

envelope A

ARA photographs

Scope and Contents

42 photos depicting conditions in the Samara Province of Russia during the operations of the American Relief Administration.