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Republican National Committee

Box/Folder 215 : 3-5

General, 1945-1975

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence (including Rogers Morton and Herbert Brownell, Jr.), lists, reports, biographical material, newsletters, press releases, campaign material, and miscellany.
Box/Folder 215 : 6

Finance Committee, 1952-1968

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence (including Lucius Clay), and bulletins.
Box/Folder 216 : 1

Policy Committee, 1959-1968

Scope and Contents note

Reports, correspondence (including Robert Hill), pamphlets, speeches, draft resolution, and press releases. Primarily relates to foreign relations task forces, including one established to advise Barry Goldwater on Asia and Vietnam.
Box/Folder 216 : 2-3

Republican workshops, 1945-1971

Scope and Contents note

Includes National Council of Republican Workshops. Correspondence, newsletters, by-laws, and miscellany.
Box/Folder 216 : 4

Stassen, Harold, 1943-1960

Scope and Contents note

Speeches, printed articles, flyers, campaign material, clippings, circulars, and correspondence (including Harold Stassen and others).
Box/Folder 217 : 1-2

Stassen, Harold (continued), 1943-1960

Box/Folder 217 : 3

Taft, Robert A., 1952-1983

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, flyer, speeches, clippings, and miscellany. Primarily relates to the Robert Taft Institute of Government. See also: Presidential campaigns/1952 campaign.
 

SUBJECT FILE, 1928-1984

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, reports, printed articles, clippings, newsletters, leaflets, serial issues, maps, notes, speeches and statements, memoranda, agendas and minutes, lists, resolutions, press releases, financial material, form letters, bibliographies, pamphlets, flyers, serial issues, transcripts, policy statements, interviews, book reviews, chronologies, conference material, by-laws, and miscellany. Arranged alphabetically by subject.
Box/Folder 217 : 4

General, 1955-1980

Scope and Contents note

Speeches and statements, printed articles, newsletters, and clippings.
Box/Folder 217 : 5

Accuracy in Media, 1970-1984

Scope and Contents note

Proposal, reports, correspondence (including Reed Irvine), clippings, bulletins, press releases, and miscellany.
Box/Folder 217 : 6

Afghanistan, 1970-1982

Scope and Contents note

Letter and newsletters.
 

Africa

Box/Folder 217 : 7

General, 1957-1981

Scope and Contents note

Clippings, pamphlets, printed articles, an interview (H. Kamuzu Banda, President of Malawi), correspondence (including Thomas Dodd to Dean Rusk), leaflets, serial issues, map, newsletters, and notes. Includes material relating to Nigeria, Biafra, Angola, Ghana, race relations, and the Organization of African Unity.
Box/Folder 218 : 1

American-African Affairs Association, 1965-1969

Scope and Contents note

Form letters, correspondence, memoranda, minutes, and miscellany.
Box/Folder 218 : 2

South Africa and Rhodesia, 1964-1982

Scope and Contents note

Clippings, newsletters, statements, correspondence and a pamphlet. Includes material relating to elections and boycotts.
Box/Folder 218 : 3

Agnew, Spiro, 1969-1971

Scope and Contents note

Clippings, statements, and a newsletter.
Box/Folder 218 : 4-5

American Citizenship Center, 1969-1984

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, list, minutes, fundraising material, reports, printed material, and form letters.
Box/Folder 218 : 6

American Committee for Non-Participation in Japanese Aggression, 1939-1941

Scope and Contents note

Subsequently the Committee to Defend America by Aiding the Allies. Program statements, printed material, correspondence (including Chiang Soong Mei-ling and J. Leighton Stuart), minutes, lists, notes, and form letters.
Box/Folder 218 : 7

American Council for World Freedom (ACWF), 1970-1980

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence (including Lee Edwards and Fred Schlafly), financial material, printed material, agenda and minutes, memoranda, press releases, and miscellany. See also: Communism and anti-communism/World Anti-Communist League.
Box/Folder 219 : 1-2

American Council for World Freedom (ACWF) (continued), 1970-1980

Box/Folder 219 : 3-4

American Friends of Captive Nations, 1953-1968

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence (including Christopher Emmet), minutes, memoranda, reports, resolution, conference material, clippings, notes, and form letters. Includes material relating to Hungary and the Berlin crisis.
Box/Folder 220 : 1

American Heritage Center, 1970-1982

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence.
Box/Folder 220 : 2

American Peace Society, 1960-1979

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, agenda and minutes, financial material, draft policy statement.
Box/Folder 220 : 3

American Research Hospital for Children, 1959-1962

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence (including John Davis Lodge and CARE), clippings, and reports.
Box/Folder 220 : 4

Americans for Democratic Action, 1956-1961

Scope and Contents note

Clippings, form letter, pamphlet, and newsletter.
Box/Folder 220 : 5

Asia, 1946-1977

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, press release, newsletter, abstracts, reports, notes, printed material (including an article by Richard Nixon), and speeches (including Cyrus Vance, J. Graham Parsons, and Lester B. Pearson).
Box/Folder 220 : 6

Atlantic Council, 1983-1984

Scope and Contents note

Reports, memoranda, and minutes.
Box/Folder 220 : 7

Augsburg College, 1964-1970

Scope and Contents note

Agenda, minutes, correspondence, and miscellany.
Box/Folder 221 : 1

Baltic states, 1947-circa 1970

Scope and Contents note

Reports and a book chapter. Includes material relating to World War II, Finland, Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia.
Box/Folder 221 : 2

Cambodia (Kampuchea), 1956-1979

Scope and Contents note

Printed articles (including Norodom Sihanouk), fact sheets, speeches (including Norodom Sihanouk and Richard Nixon), press releases, correspondence, reports, newsletters, and clippings. Includes material relating to Sihanouk, Pol Pot, and the Khmer Rouge.
Box/Folder 221 : 3

Canada, 1955-1979

Scope and Contents note

Reports, newsletters, conference material, press release, resolution, clippings, and a letter. Primarily relates to waterways and commerce.
Box/Folder 221 : 4

Carter, Jimmy, 1976-1981

Scope and Contents note

Newsletters, correspondence, clippings, speeches, and miscellany. Includes material relating to Andrew Young.
Box/Folder 221 : 5

Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), 1975

Scope and Contents note

Newsletters and clippings.
Box/Folder 221 : 6-7

Charles Edison Memorial Youth Fund, 1963-1983

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence (including Barry Goldwater), reports, minutes, newsletters, and miscellany.
Box/Folder 222 : 1

Chile, 1965-1981

Scope and Contents note

Memoranda, press release, correspondence, clippings, newsletters, legal documents, fact sheet, pamphlets, and form letters. Includes material relating to the American Chilean Council.
Box/Folder 222 : 2

Civil rights, 1935-1983

Scope and Contents note

Speeches and statements, pamphlet, and clippings. Includes material relating to Martin Luther King, school desegregation, communism, and the Black Silent Majority Committee. See also: New Left/Black militancy.
Box/Folder 222 : 3

Committee for Freedom for All Peoples, 1959-1960

Scope and Contents note

News reports, press releases, correspondence (including William Knowland), memoranda, and clippings. Primarily relates to the visit of Nikita Khrushchev to the United States.
Box/Folder 222 : 4

Committee to Unite America, 1971-1977

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, program statements, press releases, newsletter, and form letter.
 

Communism and anti-communism

 

General

Box/Folder 222 : 5-6

1937-1979

Scope and Contents note

Speeches, hearing transcripts, policy statements, legislation, serial issues, bibliography, lists, book reviews, press releases, newsletters, clippings, pamphlets, flyers, and a FBI circular from J. Edgar Hoover. See also: New Left.
Box 223

1937-1979 (continued)

Box/Folder 224 : 1-3

1937-1979 (continued)

Box/Folder 224 : 4-5

Correspondence, 1946-1975

Box/Folder 225 : 1-3

Correspondence (continued), 1946-1975

Box/Folder 225 : 4-5

Christian Anti-Communist Crusade, 1955-1973

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence (primarily with Fred Schwarz), clippings, interview, newsletters, pamphlets, financial report, and miscellany.
Box/Folder 226 : 1

Communist Party, U.S.A., 1928-1975

Scope and Contents note

Program statement, press release, clippings, pamphlets, reports, form letter, resolution, and legislation. Includes material relating to the Comintern and World War II.
Box/Folder 226 : 2-3

Council Against Communist Aggression, 1952-1980

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence (primarily with Marx Lewis; includes A.C. Wedemeyer), pamphlets, speech, newsletters, and form letter.
 

World Anti-Communist League (WACL)

Scope and Contents note

See also: American Council for World Freedom (ACWF).
Box/Folder 226 : 4-6

General, 1967-1982

Scope and Contents note

Speeches and statements, press releases, newsletters, charter, minutes and agenda, reports, circular, serial issue, list, clippings, pamphlet, memoranda, and correspondence (including William F. Buckley, Kenneth Wells Parkinson, and Fred Schlafly). Includes material relating to allegations of ties to neo-Nazi groups and litigation against the organization for non-payment of debts.
Box/Folder 227 : 1-4

Conference material, 1971-1975

Box/Folder 227 : 5

Federacion Mexicana Anti-Comunista (FEMACO), 1972-1975

Scope and Contents note

Reports, memoranda, printed material, agenda and minutes, circulars, notes, correspondence (including Thomas Lane, Fred Schlafly, and Stefan Possony), and statements (including Raimundo Guerrero and the ACWF). Relates to radical right-wing activities and the withdrawal of ACWF from the WACL federation.
Box/Folder 227 : 6

Concordia College, 1965-1970

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, grant proposals, leaflets, and clippings.
Box/Folder 227 : 7

Crime and violence, 1968-1973

Scope and Contents note

Clippings, speech (Sidney Hook), and newsletters.
Box/Folder 228 : 1-3

Cuba, 1959-1983

Scope and Contents note

Clippings, reports, newsletters, pamphlets, notes, flyers, correspondence, bibliography, press releases, resolutions, chronologies, notes, and statements (including John F. Kennedy, Spruille Braden, Styles Bridges, and Thomas Dodd). Includes material relating to the 1962 missile crisis, refugees, the U.S. Citizens Committee for a Free Cuba, Inc. and the Truth About Cuba Committee, Inc.
Box/Folder 228 : 4

Czechoslovakia, 1958-1970

Scope and Contents note

Clippings, newsletters, and a report. Primarily relates to the 1968 Russian invasion.
 

Defense and arms control

Scope and Contents note

Statements and speeches (including John Foster Dulles, Dean Rusk, James Schlesinger, Thomas J. Dodd, Lyndon B. Johnson, Everett Dirksen, and Edward Teller), correspondence (including Christopher Emmet), clippings, flyer, press releases, newsletters, pamphlets, circulars, form letters (including Richard M. Nixon), and printed articles. Relates to evaluations of Soviet strength, as well as the Test Ban, Non-Proliferation, SALT I and SALT II treaties.
Box/Folder 228 : 5

1945-1965

Box/Folder 229 : 1-2

1966-1980

Box/Folder 229 : 3

Defiance College, 1956-1962

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, newsletter, minutes, pamphlet, and reports.
Box/Folder 229 : 4

Dodd, Thomas J., 1962-1967

Scope and Contents note

Statements (including Thomas Dodd and Russell Long), clippings, correspondence (with Thomas Dodd and others), and miscellany.
Box/Folder 230 : 1

Drugs, 1960-1975

Scope and Contents note

Speech, printed article, newsletters, and reports. See also: CHINA FILE/Drugs.
Box/Folder 230 : 2

Dulles, John Foster, 1945-1949

Scope and Contents note

Speeches, clippings, press releases, pamphlet, book review, printed articles, and notes. See also: CONGRESSIONAL FILE/General/Notes/Dulles, John Foster.
Box/Folder 230 : 3

Economics, 1953-1978

Scope and Contents note

Speeches and statements (including Dwight D. Eisenhower, William Simon, and Barry Goldwater), leaflets, newsletters, clippings, press releases, and a report. Includes material relating to inflation, price controls, taxes, unemployment, consumer protection, commerce, and industry.
Box/Folder 230 : 4

Education, 1963-1973

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, clippings, flyers, and speeches. Primarily relates to federal aid to education.
 

Eisenhower, Dwight D.

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence (including Lucius Clay and Lewis Strauss), speeches, press releases, clippings, serial issue, newsletters, biographical material, and pamphlets. Includes material relating to Sherman Adams and to World War II. See also: CONGRESSIONAL FILE/General/Notes/Eisenhower, Dwight D.
Box/Folder 230 : 5

General, 1952-1969

Box/Folder 231 : 1

Correspondence, 1953-1981

Box/Folder 231 : 2

Energy and environment, 1950-1981

Scope and Contents note

Newsletters, speech (Richard M. Nixon), list, and clippings.
Box/Folder 231 : 3

Ford, Gerald, 1972-1977

Scope and Contents note

Speeches and clippings. See also: CONGRESSIONAL FILE/General/Notes/Ford, Gerald.
 

Foreign relations

Box/Folder 231 : 4

General, 1943-1983

Scope and Contents note

Memorandum, correspondence, clippings, newsletters, reports, printed articles (including Philip Jessup, Walter Lippmann, and Max Eastman), press releases, speeches (including Sumner Welles, Richard M. Nixon, Harry S. Truman, Gerald Ford, Edmund Muskie, Zbigniew Brzezinski, Estes Kefauver, Stanley Hornbeck, Clare Boothe Luce, and Alfred Kohlberg), and pamphlets.
Box/Folder 231 : 5

Council on Foreign Relations, 1963-1974

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, minutes, notes, printed material, and reports.
Box/Folder 231 : 6

France, 1947-1971

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence (Stefan Possony) with printed article, transcripts of press conferences by Charles de Gaulle, press release, and a newsletter.
Box/Folder 231 : 7

Freeman, Orville, 1959-1962

Scope and Contents note

Clippings and letter. Includes material relating to Billie Sol Estes.
Box/Folder 231 : 8

Fulbright, J. William, 1962-1973

Scope and Contents note

Speeches, clippings, correspondence (Reed Irvine), and newsletters.
Box/Folder 232 : 1

Goodwill Industries, Inc., 1963-1982

Scope and Contents note

Minutes, correspondence, reports, memoranda, newsletters, clippings, and miscellany.
Box/Folder 232 : 2

Hiss, Alger, 1950-1980

Scope and Contents note

Clippings, speeches (including Richard M. Nixon and Karl Mundt), report, printed articles (including Whittaker Chambers), and a letter from Alfred Kohlberg.
Box/Folder 232 : 3

Human Development in Action, Inc., 1952-1968

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, report, and printed material.
Box/Folder 232 : 4

Humphrey, Hubert H., 1950-1981

Scope and Contents note

Pamphlet, correspondence (including a copy of a letter from Hubert Humphrey), speech, memorandum, newsletters, and clippings.
 

Institute for American Strategy

Box/Folder 232 : 5

General, 1962-1977

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, reports, program statements, form letters, and miscellany.
Box/Folder 233 : 1

Freedom Studies Center, 1965-1972

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence (Elbridge Durbrow), program statements, printed material, seminar material, and newsletters.
Box/Folder 233 : 2-3

International Institute of Rural Reconstruction, 1967-1985

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence (primarily with James Yen), minutes, reports, program outlines, newsletters, and printed material.
Box/Folder 233 : 4

International Mass Education Movement, Inc., 1948-1966

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence (primarily with James Yen), minutes, and printed material. Includes reports relating to China.
Box/Folder 233 : 5

International Rescue Committee, Inc., 1960-1974

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence (primarily with Leo Cherne and Halleck Rose).
Box/Folder 233 : 6

Iran, 1948-1980

Scope and Contents note

Letter, report, and clippings.
Box/Folder 233 : 7

Iraq, 1958

Scope and Contents note

Report relating to the revolution.
Box/Folder 234 : 1

Japan, 1945-1982

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, speeches and statements (including Douglas MacArthur and Walter Robertson), press releases, clippings, printed material, and newsletters. Includes material relating to World War II, Japanese foreign relations, and the Japanese International Christian University Foundation, Inc.
Box/Folder 234 : 2

John Birch Society, 1961-1970

Scope and Contents note

Printed material (including a clipping relating to Dr. Judd), correspondence (including Robert Welch), and a report.
Box/Folder 234 : 3

Johnson, Lyndon B., 1959-1970

Scope and Contents note

Clippings, newsletters, and speeches. See also: CONGRESSIONAL FILE/General/Notes/Johnson, Lyndon.
Box/Folder 234 : 4

Journalism, 1949-1982

Scope and Contents note

Clippings, newsletters, correspondence, and statements (including Clare Boothe Luce).
Box/Folder 234 : 5

Kennedy, Edward, 1962-1980

Scope and Contents note

Clippings, form letter, and newsletters.
Box/Folder 234 : 6-7

Kennedy, John F., 1960-1977

Scope and Contents note

Speeches, clippings, press releases, notes, newsletters, biographical material, and miscellany. Includes material relating to Lee Harvey Oswald.
Box/Folder 235 : 1

Kennedy, Robert, 1966-1969

Scope and Contents note

Clippings and a press release.
Box/Folder 235 : 2

Kissinger, Henry, 1971-1983

Scope and Contents note

Statements and speeches, newsletters, printed material, correspondence, and book reviews. See also: CONGRESSIONAL FILE/General/Notes/Kissinger, Henry.
Box/Folder 235 : 3-7

Korea, 1949-1983

Scope and Contents note

Reports, memorandum, text of the armistice agreement, correspondence (including the Korean Ambassador, Dong-Jo Kim), press releases, printed articles, pamphlets, clippings, newsletters, speeches and statements (including Joseph Grew, Wellington Koo, Dean Acheson, John Foster Dulles, Dean Rusk, William Knowland, Paul Douglas, Dong-Jo Kim, and Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr.), and miscellany.
Box/Folder 235 : 8

Labor, 1958-1974

Scope and Contents note

Printed material and a speech. Includes material relating to Walter Reuther.
Box/Folder 236 : 1

Laos, 1959-1983

Scope and Contents note

Clippings, newsletters, correspondence (including letters to Souvanna Phouma and State Department officials), press releases, reports, and a statement.
Box/Folder 236 : 2

Latin America, 1955-1983

Scope and Contents note

Clippings, reports, correspondence, notes, newsletters, pamphlets, and speeches and statements (including Thomas Dodd, Paul Bethel, and Raimundo Guerrero). Includes material relating to the Dominican Republic, Peru, Panama, communism, and aid programs.
Box/Folder 236 : 3

Lippmann, Walter, 1920?-1964

Scope and Contents note

Clippings and a letter.
Box/Folder 236 : 4

McCarthy, Eugene, 1961-1983

Scope and Contents note

Clippings and miscellany.
Box/Folder 236 : 5

McGovern, George, 1971-1972

Scope and Contents note

Printed article (Edward Teller), newsletters, campaign material, flyer, and clippings.
 

Medicine and public health

Box/Folder 236 : 6

General, 1946-1974

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, clippings, minutes, printed material, newsletter, conference material, and miscellany. Includes material relating to abortion and birth control, the Population Crisis Committee, smoking, aging, and Johns Hopkins University.
Box/Folder 236 : 7

American Medical Association, 1970-1978

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence and newsletters.
Box/Folder 236 : 8

Mayo Clinic, 1961-1972

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence and printed material. Primarily relates to fundraising.
Box/Folder 237 : 1-2

Medical International Cooperation Organization (MEDICO), 1958-1982

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, program statements, agenda and minutes, printed material, and miscellany. Includes material relating to CARE and to Tom Dooley.
Box/Folder 237 : 3

Paul Carlson Foundation, 1970-1984

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, reports, minutes, and miscellany. Includes material relating to a public health program in Africa.
Box/Folder 237 : 4

Project Concern, 1964-1967

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence and printed material.
Box/Folder 237 : 5

Project Hope, 1961-1968

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence (including William Knowland), and printed material. Includes material relating to Indonesia.
 

Middle East

Box/Folder 237 : 6

General, 1948-1980

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence (including a letter from Gamal Abdel Nasser to Alfred Kohlberg), clippings, newsletters, pamphlets, form letters, reports, serial issues, printed articles (including Freda Utley and J.W. Fulbright), and speeches and statements (including Richard M. Nixon, Lyndon B. Johnson, Arthur J. Goldberg, Abba Eban, and Dwight Eisenhower). Includes material relating to U.S. troops in Lebanon, the Aswan Dam, Henry Kissinger, Arab-Israeli conflicts, and the Camp David Accords.
Box/Folder 238 : 1

General (continued), 1948-1980

Box/Folder 238 : 2

Middle East Institute, 1960-1967

Scope and Contents note

Minutes, correspondence, policy statement, by-laws, and miscellany.
Box/Folder 238 : 3

Mowrer, Edgar Ansel, 1952-1955

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence and syndicated press releases. Primarily relates to foreign affairs.
Box/Folder 238 : 4

National Committee for a Free Europe, Crusade for Freedom, 1950-1951

Scope and Contents note

Press releases, program statements, printed material, and miscellany.
Box/Folder 238 : 5

Native Americans, 1972-1974

Scope and Contents note

Printed material.
 

New Left

Scope and Contents note

See also: Communism and anti-communism, and Vietnam/Protests.
Box/Folder 238 : 6

General, 1950-1975

Scope and Contents note

Reports, speeches and statements (Sidney Hook and J. Edgar Hoover), clippings, and newspaper articles (including J. Edgar Hoover and Thomas Dodd).
Box/Folder 239 : 1

Black militancy, 1967-1973

Scope and Contents note

Newsletters, report, statements (including J. Edgar Hoover), and printed material. Primarily relates to the Black Panthers, Angela Davis, and inner-city riots.
Box/Folder 239 : 2-3

Student movements, 1963-1978

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence (including Max Kampelman), circulars, press releases, newsletters, statements (including Richard Nixon, Max Kampelman, and Sidney Hook), clippings, and printed articles (J. Edgar Hoover).
Box/Folder 239 : 4

Violence and terrorism, 1965-1979

Scope and Contents note

Printed articles (J. Edgar Hoover), clippings, and newsletters.
Box/Folder 239 : 5-6

Nixon, Richard M., 1956-1984

Scope and Contents note

Speeches and statements (including Dwight D. Eisenhower), campaign material, correspondence, clippings, press releases, and newsletters. See also: Watergate.
Box/Folder 240 : 1

Nixon, Richard M. (continued), 1956-1984

Box/Folder 240 : 2

Otepka, Otto, 1967-1969

Scope and Contents note

Printed material and a speech.
Box/Folder 240 : 3

Panama, 1954-1978

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence and printed material. Primarily relates to the Panama Canal.
Box/Folder 240 : 4

Pearson, Drew, circa 1943-1969

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence (including Alfred Kohlberg), notes, press release, and clippings. Includes material relating to the China Lobby and to Dr. Judd. See also: SPEECHES AND WRITINGS for responses by Dr. Judd.
Box/Folder 240 : 5

People to People, 1961-1962

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, newsletters, and miscellany relating to a sister-city program.
Box/Folder 240 : 6

Pornography, 1967-1970

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence and printed material.
Box/Folder 240 : 7

Portugal, 1974-1976

Scope and Contents note

Clippings and newsletters.
Box/Folder 240 : 8

Reagan, Ronald, 1974-1984

Scope and Contents note

Clippings, newsletters, speeches, notes, and form letters.
 

Religion

Scope and Contents note

Primarily religious organizations.
Box/Folder 240 : 9

General, 1928-1983

Scope and Contents note

Meeting materials, correspondence, pamphlets, statement of purpose, notes, newsletters, and miscellany. Includes material relating to conscientious objectors, missionaries, and political action.
Box/Folder 240 : 10

American Christian College, 1973-1976

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence (primarily with Billy James Hargis) and a printed article.
Box/Folder 241 : 1

Campus Crusade for Christ, 1960-1984

Scope and Contents note

Correpondence, serial issues, program statement, form letters, pamphlets, memorandum, newsletters, and miscellany.
Box/Folder 241 : 2

Christian Citizen, 1961-1962

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, pamphlets, newsletters, clipping, report, flyers, and miscellany.
Box/Folder 241 : 3

Christian Freedom Foundation, Inc., 1976-1977

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, list, minutes, flyer, pamphlet, map, clippings, miscellany, and an interview with Ronald Reagan.
 

Congregational Church

Box/Folder 241 : 4

General, 1957-1975

Scope and Contents note

Clippings, statements, circular, correspondence, and miscellany.
Box/Folder 241 : 5

Committee Opposing Congregational Political Action, 1951-1960

Scope and Contents note

Formerly the League to Uphold Congregational Principles. Correspondence, circulars, memoranda, pamphlet, press release, position statements, minutes, resolutions, newsletters, notes, serial issues, and printed articles. Includes material relating to the Council for Social Action.
Box 242

Committee Opposing Congregational Political Action (continued), 1951-1960

Box/Folder 243 : 1-2

Committee Opposing Congregational Political Action (continued), 1951-1960

Box/Folder 243 : 3

Faith at Work, 1959-1973

Scope and Contents note

Serial issue and correspondence.
Box/Folder 243 : 4

Guideposts, 1967-1974

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence (including Norman Vincent Peale) and meeting material.
Box/Folder 243 : 5

International Council for Christian Leadership, 1946-1963

Scope and Contents note

Printed material, correspondence, minutes, and miscellany.
Box/Folder 244 : 1

Koinonia Foundation, 1951-1954

Scope and Contents note

Printed material, correspondence, and a statement of purpose.
Box/Folder 244 : 2

Laymen's National Bible Committee, Inc., 1950-1984

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, printed material, and miscellany.
Box/Folder 244 : 3

March of Freedom, 1953

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence and program statement.
 

National Council of Churches

Box/Folder 244 : 4-5

General, 1951-1961

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence (including J. Howard Pew), program statements, meeting material, printed material, and circulars.
Box/Folder 245 : 1

General (continued), 1951-1961

Box/Folder 245 : 2

November 1958 World Order Study Conference, 1958-1959

Scope and Contents note

Clippings, press releases, and position papers. Includes material relating to the issue of recognizing the People's Republic of China.
Box/Folder 245 : 3

Religion in Action Committee, 1952

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, memorandum, and printed material.
Box/Folder 245 : 4

Religious Heritage of America, 1966-1983

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence and miscellany.
Box/Folder 245 : 5

United Churchmen, 1951

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, program statement, and a press release.
Box/Folder 245 : 6

United States Congress on Evangelism, 1968-1969

Scope and Contents note

Meeting material, correspondence, and press releases.
Box/Folder 246 : 1

Rockefeller, Nelson, 1947-1979

Scope and Contents note

Newsletters, statements, pamphlet, correspondence, interview, and clippings. Includes material relating to Dr. Judd.
Box/Folder 246 : 2

Rockford College Institute, 1975-1983

Scope and Contents note

Speeches, correspondence, printed material, and miscellany.
Box/Folder 246 : 3

Roosevelt, Franklin D., 1935-1983

Scope and Contents note

Printed material, speeches, press releases, and correspondence.
Box/Folder 246 : 4

Rusk, Dean, 1950-1967

Scope and Contents note

Speech, notes, interview transcripts, and biographical material. See also: CONGRESSIONAL FILE/General/Notes/Rusk, Dean.
 

Russia

Box/Folder 246 : 5-6

General, 1937-1980

Scope and Contents note

Clippings, reports (including Hyman Rickover), and newsletters. Primarily relates to internal conditions.
 

Foreign relations

Box/Folder 246 : 7-8

General, circa 1939-1970

Scope and Contents note

Clippings, printed articles, press releases, correspondence, news reports, statements (including William Bullitt). Includes material relating to Europe.
 

China

Scope and Contents note

See: CHINA FILE/Russia.
Box 247

United States, 1945-1982

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, clippings, statements (including Richard Nixon, Hubert Humphrey, Henry Kissinger, John Foster Dulles, and George Meany), printed articles (incuding William Z. Foster), pamphlets, resolutions, notes, newsletters, reports, and press releases. Includes material relating to trade, detente, and the Cold War Council.
Box/Folder 248 : 1

United States (continued), 1945-1982

Box/Folder 248 : 2

Solzhenitsyn, Aleksandr, 1974-1984

Scope and Contents note

Speeches and articles, newsletters, correspondence, notes, clippings, interview transcript, and memoranda. Includes material relating to the Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn Society.
Box/Folder 248 : 3

Stalin, Joseph, 1951-1970

Scope and Contents note

Printed material and speeches (including Nikita Khrushchev). Includes material relating to Svetlana Alliluyeva.
Box/Folder 248 : 4

Stevenson, Adlai, 1952-1962

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, clipping, statements, interviews, and newsletter.
Box/Folder 248 : 5

Supreme Court, circa 1950-1972

Scope and Contents note

Broadcast transcript and printed material (including articles by and about Justice William Douglas).
Box/Folder 248 : 6

Thailand, 1966-circa 1976

Scope and Contents note

Interviews, notes, and printed material (including a pamphlet in Thai).
Box/Folder 248 : 7

Tolstoy Foundation, 1969-1972

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence and statements (Alexandra Tolstoy).
Box/Folder 248 : 8

Truman, Harry S., 1943-1984

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, speeches, and printed material. Includes a letter (from a member of Dr. Judd's family?) describing a visit by Harry Truman. See also: CONGRESSIONAL FILE/General/Notes/Truman, Harry S.
 

Vietnam

 

General

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence (including letters to Jim Wright, Graham Martin, McGeorge Bundy, Ellsworth Bunker, a letter from Mike Mansfield to William Fulbright, and one from Nguyen Van Thieu to Richard Nixon), reports (including a report by Dr. Judd to Lyndon Johnson and William Bundy relating to a trip to Vietnam in 1967), printed articles (including David Halberstam and Maxwell Taylor), resolutions, speeches and statements (including Lyndon Johnson, Elbridge Durbrow, Dwight Eisenhower, Richard Nixon, Ellsworth Bunker, Arleigh Burke, Thomas Dodd, Hiram Fong, and John Tower), broadcast transcripts, memoranda, an interview (Nguyen Van Thieu), pamphlets, newsletters, serial issues, bibliography, chronology, book reviews, leaflets, flyers, program statements, and clippings. Includes material relating to the overthrow of Ngo Dinh Diem and peace negotiations.
Box/Folder 248 : 9

Undated

Box/Folder 248 : 10

1954-1962

Box/Folder 249 : 1-5

1963-1967

Box/Folder 250 : 1-5

1968-1970

Box/Folder 251 : 1-4

1971-1983

Box/Folder 251 : 5

Pentagon papers, 1971

Scope and Contents note

Clippings and newsletters.
Box/Folder 251 : 6

Prisoners of war, 1967-1974

Scope and Contents note

Clippings, flyers, newsletters, and a report.
Box/Folder 251 : 7

Protests, 1965-1974

Scope and Contents note

Newsletters, flyers, printed articles, and clippings. Includes material relating to draft evaders.
Box/Folder 251 : 8

Refugees, 1975-1977

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, leaflet, newsletters, and program statements. Includes material relating to the National Center for Vietnamese Resettlement.
Box/Folder 251 : 9

Wallace, Henry A., 1946

Scope and Contents note

Clippings and newsletters.
Box/Folder 251 : 10

Watergate, 1973-1974

Scope and Contents note

Speeches and statements (including John Tower), newsletters, clippings, and correspondence (including the Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities).
Box/Folder 252 : 1

Welfare and social security, 1951-circa 1981

Scope and Contents note

Printed material.
Box/Folder 252 : 2

Women, 1972-1981

Scope and Contents note

Newsletters, primarily those of Phyllis Schlafly.
 

World Neighbors, Inc.

Scope and Contents note

Primarily relates to development programs.
Box/Folder 252 : 3-6

General, 1951-1982

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence (including Ramon Magsaysay), minutes, notes, by-laws, clippings, program descriptions, reports, speeches, press releases, and memoranda.
Box 253

General (continued), 1951-1982

Box/Folder 254 : 1-3

General (continued), 1951-1982

Box/Folder 254 : 4

Printed material, 1953-circa 1982, undated

Scope and Contents note

Flyers, pamphlets, newsletters, and printed articles.
Box/Folder 255 : 1-2

Printed material (continued), 1953-circa 1982, undated

Box/Folder 255 : 3-4

World Youth Crusade for Freedom, Inc., 1966-1977

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, leaflets, policy statements, reports, and newsletters. Primarily relates to China and student movements. Includes fund-raising letters written by Dr. Judd.
Box/Folder 256 : 1

World War II, 1941-1973

Scope and Contents note

Report, speeches (Franklin Roosevelt), printed articles, clippings, and a press release. Includes material relating to the Yalta and Teheran conferences and to U.S. policy toward the capture of Berlin.
Box/Folder 256 : 2

Young Americans for Freedom, 1961-1973

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, program statements, pamphlets, and leaflets.
Box/Folder 256 : 3

Young Men's Christian Association, 1954-1983

Scope and Contents note

Minutes, correspondence, and printed material.
 

DECLASSIFIED U.S. GOVERNMENT RECORDS, 1951-1962

Scope and Contents note

Formerly security-classified records of the U.S. government, released in full or in part. Includes some government records determined by the government to be unclassified. Arranged chronologically by date of release by Hoover.
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2010 release of records, 1956-1962

Scope and Contents note

Two reports and a letter. Available as PDF files. The PDF files are page images, so full-text search is not possible.
Box/Folder 256 : 5

2011 September release of records, 1953-1962

Scope and Contents note

Declassified memo, unclassified memo and letter.
Box/Folder 256 : 6

2015 October release of records, 1951-1961, undated

Scope and Contents note

Includes Committee on Foreign Affairs report summarizing a special study mission to Europe (1951); Committee on Foreign Affairs memorandum of conversation with Ambassador William J. Sebald, Rangoon, Burma (1953); "Minutes of the First Meeting of the U.S. Delegation," Twelfth Session of the General Assembly (1957); excerpt from a House Foreign Affairs Committee hearing transcript (1961); and a "Summary of Programs by Area, Country and Function" for fiscal years 1960-1962 (undated).
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2017 release of records, circa 1954-1957

 

AUDIOVISUAL FILE, 1942-1976

Scope and Contents note

Phonotapes, phonotape cassettes, photographs, phonorecords, and motion picture film. Arranged by form.
 

Phonorecords

Scope and Contents note

Includes religious material, Just Between Us broadcasts, Dr. Judd's speeches to the Republican National Conventions, debates, interviews, speeches and statements by Dwight Eisenhower, Richard Nixon, Barry Goldwater, Nelson Rockefeller, and Everett Dirksen, reports relating to trips by Dwight Eisenhower and Nikita Khrushchev, and Dr. Judd speaking on communism.
Box/Folder 256 : 4

Campus Crusade for Christ, "The Uniqueness of Jesus," undated

Scope and Contents note

Commercial 7" disc published by Campus Crusade for Christ, Arrowhead Springs, San Bernardino, California.
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Just Between Us

Language of Material: English
Physical Description: 35.0 discs

Originals in Box/Folder 256 : 4
 

1955 January 6

Access

Use copy reference number: 85003_256.4_02_01
 

1955 January 8

Access

Use copy reference number: 85003_256.4_02_02
 

1955 January 22

Access

Use copy reference numbers 85003_256.4_02_03 and 85003_256.4_02_04
 

1955 January 27

Access

Use copy reference number: 85003_256.4_02_05
 

1955 February 4

Access

Use copy reference number: 85003_256.4_02_06

Scope and Contents note

Communism, airlines, Northwest, Panama, China.
 

1955 February 8

Access

Use copy reference number: 85003_256.4_02_07

Scope and Contents note

Communism, airlines, Northwest, food to Russia.
 

1955 February 15

Access

Use copy reference number: 85003_256.4_02_08

Scope and Contents note

Communism, China, Russia.
 

1955 February 25

Access

Use copy reference number: 85003_256.4_02_09

Scope and Contents note

Communism, Hawaii, Alaska, statehood, trade.
 

1955 March 4

Access

Use copy reference number: 85003_256.4_02_10

Scope and Contents note

Tax Reduction Bill.
 

1955 March 11

Access

Use copy reference number: 85003_256.4_02_11

Scope and Contents note

Communism, Eisenhauer, Roosevelt, Military Academy appointments, Fermosa, Pescadores, Phillippines.
 

1955 March 17

Access

Use copy reference number: 85003_256.4_02_12

Scope and Contents note

Communism, war in Asia, postal pay raise.
 

undated

Access

Use copy reference number: 85003_256.4_02_13

Scope and Contents note

"Judd" written in red grease pencil on disk center. No date, but found between 1955 March 17 and 1955 April 1 within the stack of disks in the envelope. Judd answers questions about the "recently released Yalta papers" (1955 March 16), so this position in the sequence seems reasonable.
 

1955 April 1

Access

Use copy reference number: 85003_256.4_02_14 and 85003_256.4_02_15

Scope and Contetns note

Communism, Russia Conference, Yalta, press, disarmament.
 

1955 April 7

Access

Use copy reference number: 85003_256.4_02_16 and 85003_256.4_02_17

Scope and Contents note

Communism, Betty Fletcher, conference, Chinese students, American prisoners in China, Churchill.
 

1955 April 22

Access

Use copy reference number: 85003_256.4_02_18 and 85003_256.4_02_19

Scope and Contents note

Communism, Quemoy, Matsu.
 

1955 April 29

Access

Use copy reference number: 85003_256.4_02_20 and 85003_256.4_02_21

Scope and Contents note

Communism, Diem, Vietnam.
 

1955 May 5

Access

Use copy reference number: 85003_256.4_02_22 and 85003_256.4_02_23

Scope and Contents note

Farm Bill, price support, Peanut Amendment, milk, Hawaii, Alaska, statehood.
 

1955 May 12

Access

Use copy reference number: 85003_256.4_02_24 and 85003_256.4_02_25

Scope and Contents note

Marge San Frezus (sp?), Mattie Peterson, Republican National Council of Republican Workshops, Laos, Indochina, civilian operations, peace, security, Hawaii, Alaska, statehood.
 

1955 May 20

Access

Use copy reference number: 85003_256.4_02_26 and 85003_256.4_02_27

Scope and Contents note

Veterans Administration, universal military training.
 

1955 May 27

Access

Use copy reference number: 85003_256.4_02_28 and 85003_256.4_02_29
 

1955 June 2

Access

Use copy reference number: 85003_256.4_02_30 and 85003_256.4_02_31

Scope and Contents note

Prisoners of war, death of Dr. Christenson, Saint Olaf's choir.
 

1955 June 10

Access

Use copy reference number: 85003_256.4_02_32 and 85003_256.4_02_33

Scope and Contents note

Germany, German re-armament.
 

1955 June 16

Access

Use copy reference number: 85003_256.4_02_34 and 85003_256.4_02_35

Scope and Contents note

Communism, Tito, China, Adenauer, Germany.
 

1955 June 24

Access

Use copy reference number: 85003_256.4_02_36 and 85003_256.4_02_37

Scope and Contents note

United Nations 10th Anniversary, Korea.
 

1955 July 1

Access

Use copy reference number: 85003_256.4_02_38 and 85003_256.4_02_39
 

1955 July 8

Access

Use copy reference number: 85003_256.4_02_40 and 85003_256.4_02_41
 

1955 July 15

Access

Use copy reference number: 85003_256.4_02_42 and 85003_256.4_02_43
 

1955 July 22

Access

Use copy reference number: 85003_256.4_02_44 and 85003_256.4_02_45
 

1955 July 28

Access

Use copy reference number: 85003_256.4_02_46 and 85003_256.4_02_47
 

1955 August 5

Access

Use copy reference number: 85003_256.4_02_48, 85003_256.4_02_49, 85003_256.4_02_50
 

1955 August 12

Access

Use copy reference number: 85003_256.4_02_52
 

1955 September 9

Access

Use copy reference number: 85003_256.4_02_53 and 85003_256.4_02_54
 

1955 September 16

Access

Use copy reference number: 85003_256.4_02_55 and 85003_256.4_02_56
 

undated

Access

Use copy reference number: 85003_256.4_02_57 and 85003_256.4_02_58

Scope and Contents note

No writing on disk center. Was the last disk in the set as found. Judd wishes the audience "a happy new year," implying a date of either the end of 1955 or the start of 1956.
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1957 sound recordings

Scope and Contents note

Originals in Box/Folder 256 : 4
 

1957 January 20

Access

Use copy reference number: 85003_256.4_03_03 and 85003_256.4_03_04
 

1957 January 27

Access

Use copy reference number: 85003_256.4_03_01 and 85003_256.4_03_02
 

undated

Access

Use copy reference number: 85003_256.4_03_05 and 85003_256.4_03_06
 

undated

Access

Use copy reference number: 85003_256.4_03_07
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1960 Keynote Address, Republican Convention

Originals in Box/Folder 256 : 4
 

Keynote draft

Physical Description: 2.0 discs

Access

Use copy reference number: 85003_256.4_04_01, 85003_256.4_04_02, 85003_256.4_04_03
 

First draft of keynote

Physical Description: 3.0 discs

Access

Use copy reference number: 85003_256.4_04_07, 85003_256.4_04_08, 85003_256.4_04_09
 

Second draft of keynote

Physical Description: 4.0 discs

Access

Use copy reference number: 85003_256.4_04_10, 85003_256.4_04_11, 85003_256.4_04_12, 85003_256.4_04_13, 85003_256.4_04_14, 85003_256.4_04_15, 85003_256.4_04_16, 85003_256.4_04_17
 

Keynote draft

Physical Description: 1.0 discs

Access

Use copy reference number: 85003_256.4_04_18, 85003_256.4_04_19
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Sound recording of Connecticut Republicans Citizens Committee meeting, undated

Access

Use copy reference number: 85003_a_0002242

Scope and Contents note

Discs 18-19. Originals in Record Cabinet. Judd speaks about what kind of government is best for America. He says those in attendance are Republicans or lean Republican because the party is the most right on "the most important issue," not singling out what that most important issue is. He speaks on the philosophy of domestic and foreign policies in light of his political history. Though fiercely critical of communists, he reminds the audience that their propaganda is under the promise of helping, liberating people. He accuses these supposed ideas of being lies; that the Soviets are not out for these goals. In the process, Judd speaks on the conflicts between the Soviet Union and China and between the Soviet Union and America. Critiquing the communist standard that one should judge a country purely on physical/material wealth, he says the sense of liberty and personal incentives is the cause of all American successes. He prefers equality of rights than equality of returns. He says the Founding Fathers wanted the government to promote the general welfare, not provide the general welfare. He criticizes the shifting of legislative duties from Congress to the executive, and the growing role of the president from simply faithfully enforcing the laws. Judd finishes by commenting on the actions of the Democratic Party, and why he is a conservative, a label he does not like. Side two of the first disc is a recording of a religious ceremony.
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Sound recording of the Under Discussion Program panel discussion, 1964 August 13

Access

Use copy reference number: 85003_a_0002250

Scope and Contents note

Discs 20-21. Originals in Record Cabinet. A discussion about NATO, de Gaulle, Europe, and communist countries with panelists Walt W. Rostow, James J. Wadsworth, Walter H. Judd, Robert Strauss, and Francis Wilcox.
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Sound recording of Walter Judd speech to the Highland Park Presbyterian Church in Dallas, 1960

Access

Use copy reference number: 85003_a_0002804

Scope and Contents note

Originals in Record Cabinet.
Framing it under the shadow of unimagined technological developments, Judd speaks on the unease throughout the country. He believes this is caused by the clash of two totally different systems--economics, religion, etc. Speaking to a church audience, he focuses on how the atheist communists are different than Americans. Judd believes America should retain its Christian heritage and become even closer to scripture. He shows how Marx's ideas of class warfare and abolition of private property are related to this. He believes the communists want a dictatorship of the proletariat because the proletariats are easy to control. Judd works American foreign policy into this discussion, touching on Israel and China. He finishes by saying one should first be religious, with the pursuit of happiness, prosperity, et cetera coming after that.
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Sound recording of Walter Judd nominating Harold Stassen at the Republican Convention, 1948 July 29

Access

Use copy reference number: 85003_a_0002842

Scope and Contents note

Originals in Record Cabinet.
Judd presents Stassen as someone familiar with the American philosophy, a religious man, and experienced with war. Judd wants Stassen, as new blood in the Republican Party.
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Sound recording of Walter Judd on the Meet the Press program, undated

Access

Use copy reference number: 85003_a_0002895

Scope and Contents note

Originals in Record Cabinet.
Judd discusses how America should handle communist China. Judd does not feel America should actively prevent its residents from trading with communist China. He believes America should continue to recognize only Chiang's China and try a Greece-style policy to help China fight communism.
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Sound recording of the Mike Wallace television program, 1961 August 2

Access

Use copy reference number: 85003_a_0002980

Scope and Contents note

Originals in Record Cabinet.
This episode of the Mike Wallace television show has guests Walter Judd, James Burnham, James Warburg, and Gore Vidal. The men debate if the United States should recognize Red China. Topics include what America has lost by not recognizing China, the impact a recognized China would have on Southeast Asia, the United Nations, appeasement, Chiang Kai-shek, Formosa/Taiwan, if China wants to be recognized, and European recognition. Before the debate there is an interview with Dr. Gouchey, who describes a film he made about Red China, concentrating on the role of love and sex in that society. The recording includes period commercials.
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Sound recording of Stuart Hamblen, the Ravenscroft Male Chorus, and the John Rarig Orchestra performing patriotic songs, undated

Access

Use copy reference number: 85003_a_0002983

Scope and Contents note

Originals in Record Cabinet.
The label reads: From U.S.A Unlimited / TV. Production. / Produced by Stanley Lund. /(1) What Can I Do for My Country, (2) America Is A Melody, (3) This Is My Country, (4) The Battle Hymn / Stuart Hamblen and the Ravenscroft Male Chorus and John Rarig Orch...
 

Washington Report on the Air, American Security Council

Box 257

1964-1965

Box 258

1966

Box 259

1967

Box 260

1968

 

Phonotapes and phonotape cassettes

Box 260

General, 1959-circa 1968

Scope and Contents note

Speeches by others (including Carl Sandburg on Abraham Lincoln) and music (including a Chinese opera).
Box 261

General

 

Speeches by Walter Judd

 

General

Box 261

Undated

Box 261

1949-1960

Box 262

1960-1963

Box 263

1963-1965

Box 264

1965-circa 1967

Box 265

1967-1970

Box 266

1970-1976

 

Washington Report on the Air, American Security Council

Box 266

1964-1968 June 21

Box 267

1968 June 24-November 1

Box 268

1968 November 4-1969 March 7

Box 269

1969 March 10-July 4

Box 270

1969 July 7-October 31

Box 271

1969 November 3-1970 February 27

Box 272

1970 March 2-June 26

Box 273

1970 June 29-October 23

 

Photographs, circa 1961-1966

Envelope mA

Album of photographs from the Consultative Assembly of the Council of Europe, Strasbourg, 1951

Scope and Contents note

Includes pictures of Georges Bidault, Count Carlo Sforza, Paul-Henri Spaak, Paul Reynaud, Winston Churchill, Robert Schuman, Sean McBride, Walter Judd, and others.
Envelope B

9 publicity prints of Ronald and Nancy Reagan, circa 1981; 1 autographed print of Albert Wedemeyer, circa 1982; 1 print of Thomas Dewey, 1948?; 1 print of Harry S. Truman with the Judd family in Rising City, Nebraska, 1943

Envelope C

1 print of Dwight Eisenhower, 1952; 1 portrait print of Dwight Eisenhower, 1952; 2 prints of Dr. Judd with Gerald Ford at a FMC luncheon, 1977; 1 print of a White House luncheon, including John and Rober Kennedy, Douglas MacArthur, Lyndon Johnson, and various Congressmen, 1961

Envelope D

2 prints (1 duplicate) of General and Madame Chiang Kai-shek (Soong Mei-ling) with accompanying message, 1937-1940; 1 print of Madame Sun Yat-sen (Soong Ching-ling), 1947; 2 prints of members of the National Committee for Christian Leadership of China, 1947; 2 prints of a Catholic mission complex in Shatung under communist control, 1948?

Envelope E

2 prints of Dr. Judd, with ARCI refugees, 1952; 4 postcards of Laos, 1953; 5 prints of Congressional visitors at an ARCI relocation center, Taiwan, 1954; 8 prints of the inauguration of Syngman Rhee, 1956

Envelope F

10 prints of refugees in Hong Kong; 1 print of ARCI refugees; 5 prints of visitors at an AECTR camp; 5 prints of visitors at an AECTR camp; 1 print of a Taiwanese woman; 1 print of a street in the Middle East; 5 prints of Dr. Judd in India with the Dalai Lama, 1957, 1959

Envelope G

1 print of a Filipino farmer; 1 print of unidentified children; 11 prints of Dr. Judd and others in Malaysia; 1 print of Dr. Judd and others in Nepal; 1 print of Dr. Judd in Vietnam with Henry Cabot Lodge, Father Raymond Dejaegher, and the Chinese Ambassador to Vietnam, 1962-1963

Envelope H

3 prints (1 duplicate) of Dr. Judd in Korea with Park Chung Hee and others, 1963; 4 prints of Dr. Judd with others at a meeting of the Asian Peoples Anti-Communist League conference in the Philippines, 1965; 20 prints of Dr. Judd and others (including General and Mme. Chiang Kai-shek) at a conference of the World Anti-Communist League, Taiwan, 1967; 1 print of priests at the grave of Ngo Dinh Diem, 1970; 2 prints of an unidentified meeting, undated

Envelope I

4 prints of Dr. Judd with U.S. Navy personnel on Kwajalein (Marshall Islands); 1 print of Dr. Judd and others in Burma; 1 print of Dr. Judd and others in Hong Kong; 7 prints of Dr. Judd and others in India; 14 prints of Dr. Judd with Congressional group and others (including Joseph Alsop), in Indonesia, 1953

Envelope J

16 prints of Congressional group at airport and Army facilities (with General Maxwell Taylor) in Korea, 1953

Envelope K

26 prints of Dr. Judd and Congressional group in Pakistan, primarily meeting with officials (including Al-Haj Nazimuddin), and touring development projects; 2 prints of Congressional group at a dinner in the Philippines; 1 print of Congressional group with William Donovan in Thailand, 1953

Envelope L

85 prints (40 duplicates) of Dr. Judd and Congressional group with officials (including General and Mme. Chiang Kai-shek) and touring development projects in Taiwan, 1953

Envelope M

3 prints of Dr. Judd and Congressional group with officials at airport in Afghanistan; 6 prints of Congressional group with officials and sightseeing in Burma; 2 prints of Congressional group in Egypt, riding camels and meting Pres. Gamal Abdel Nasser; 4 prints of Dr. Judd with friends in Hong Kong; 7 prints of Congressional group meeting officials (including Indira Gandhi) and touring development projects in India, 1955

Envelope N

4 prints (1 duplicate) of Congressional group meeting with officials in Japan; 3 prints of Congressional group with officials (including Golda Meir and David Ben-Gurion) in Israel, and 1 print of Dr. Judd in a military zone; 1 print of Congressional group with officials in Pakistan; 6 prints of Congressional group with Ramon Magsaysay and other officials in the Philippines; 20 prints of Congressional group meeting officials (including Mme. Chiang and touring a relocation center in Taiwan), 1955

Envelope O

7 prints of development projects in Afghanistan; 1 print of Dr. Judd and Congressional group with Admiral H.D. Felt; 1 print of Dr. Judd and Congressional group with Jawaharlal Nehru and Ellsworth Bunker in India; 49 prints of Congressional group sightseeing and meeting with officials (including Sukarno) in Indonesia, 1959

Envelope P

4 prints (3 duplicates) of Dr. Judd with John Ondrick and others in Okinawa; 6 prints of Dr. Judd and Congressional party with officials (including King Hussein) in Jordan, 1959

Envelope Q

37 prints (including 6 duplicates) of Dr. Judd and Congressional group touring development projects and meeting with officials (including Syngman Rhee) in Korea, 1959

Envelope R

5 prints of Congressional group with officials in Pakistan; 75 prints (16 duplicates) of Dr. Judd with officials and touring a medical school, and of a group of unidentified visitors touring a different school in Taiwan, 1959

Envelope S

3 prints (1 duplicate) of Dr. Judd and Congressional group in the Philippines; 11 prints (1 duplicate) of Dr. Judd and Congressional group with officials (including Ngo Dinh Diem and Elbridge Durbrow) and others (including Raymond Dejaegher and Hiram Fong) in Vietnam, 1959

Envelope T

7 prints of Dr. and Mrs. Judd with officials in India; 8 prints (4 duplicates) of Dr. Judd with the Dalai Lama in India; 7 prints (1 duplicate) of Dr. Judd and others at Teheran airport, Iran, 1961

Envelope U

11 prints (1 duplicate) of Dr. Judd with Park Chung Hee and other officials in Korea; 1 print of a building in Korea, and 7 prints of Dr. Judd touring U.S. Army facilities in Korea; 24 prints of Dr. and Mrs. Judd with others in Taiwan; 4 prints of bridge construction on the Saigon River, Vietnam, 1961

Envelope V

2 prints of Dr. Judd arriving in Japan; 2 prints of Dr. Judd and friends in Switzerland; 5 prints of pro-Soviet materials and buildings in Brussels; 5 prints (2 duplicates) of Dr. Judd with others and attending a WHO Assembly, Geneva, 1947, 1950

Envelope W

5 prints (1 duplicate) of Dr. Judd with others inspecting troops in Europe, 1951; 2 prints of Dr. Judd and Congressional group with Mohammad Ayub Khan and other officials in Pakistan, 1957; 1 print of conference group at U.S.-British Parliamentarians meeting Bermuda, 1962

Envelope X

5 prints (1 duplicate) of Dr. Judd with others inspecting troops in Europe, 1951; 2 prints of Dr. Judd speaking at a World Federalists meeting, 1950; 6 prints of a post-election luncheon for Dr. Judd's staff?, 1954; 1 print of Wolf Ladejinsky and others at a locomotive plant, 1959

Envelope Y

1 print of Dr. Judd receiving an honorary degree. circa 1950; 3 prints of Dr. Judd with Anna Chennault and others, 1974; 4 prints of Dr. Judd with unidentified individuals, undated; 4 prints of Dr. Judd with fellow members at FMC gatherings, 1979 and 1981

Film shelf

Motion picture film, circa 1961-1966

Scope and Contents note

Ten reels primarily relating to foreign affairs and communism.
 

SCRAPBOOKS, 1942-1962

Scope and Contents note

Primarily clippings; also includes copies of speeches and writings. Arranged by form, thereunder by date.
 

General

Scope and Contents note

Primarily campaign material and clippings relating to Dr. Judd.
Box 274

1942

Box 275

1942-1944

Box 276

1944-1945

Box 277

1945-1946

Box 278

1946

Box 279

1947

Box 280

1948

Box 281

1949

Box 282

1950

Box 283

1950-1951

Box 284

1952

Box 285

1953

Box 286

1953-1954

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1954

Box 288

1955

Box 289

1955-1957

Box 290

1958-1959

Box 291

1958-1960

Box 292

1960

Box 293

1961

Box 294

1962

Box 295

1962

 

Speeches and writings

Box 295

1943

Box 296

1959

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1954-1955

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1961-1962

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