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Vietnam

 

General

 

Foreign relations - Cambodia

 

History

 

1945-

 

General

 

Geneva Accords

 

Conflict 1961-1975

 

General

box 580

General

box 581

General

 

Prisoners

 

Protest movements against the war

box 582

Ho Chi Minh

 

Land reform

 

Politics and government

 

Refugees

 

Trade unions

 

Vilfan, Joza

 

Voice of America

box 583

Volman, Sacha

 

Wages

 

General

 

Women

 

Wainwright, Jonathan M.

 

Wallace, George

 

War

 

War Resisters League

box 584

Wedemeyer, Albert C.

 

Week, The

 

Weiner, Herbert, "British Trade Unionism and Nationalization"

 

Weinstock, Louis

 

Weir, Ernest, "Survey of The Road to Peace"

 

West, James

 

Whaley-Eaton Service

 

Wheeler, Burton K.

 

White, Harry

 

White House Conference on Youth 1977

 

White House "People to People" Conference 1956

box 585

Wicks, Harry M.

 

Wilekin, J.

 

Williamson, John

 

Willkie, Wendell

 

Wilson, Charles

 

Wilson, Edmund

 

Windmuller, John

 

Winitsky, Harry M.

box 586

Wolfe, Bertram D.

 

Women

 

Women's International League for Peace and Freedom

 

Woodcock, George

 

Workers International Front Against War

 

Worker's Progressive Educational Council

 

"The Workers Movement in Paris during the French Civil War, " 1789-1791

 

Worker's Voice

 

World Affairs Council

 

World Council of Peace

 

World Federation of Trade Unions (WFTU)

 

General

 

Correspondence

 

Meeting notes

 

Press releases

 

Printed material

 

Reports

box 587

Speeches

 

Communists

 

Congresses and conventions

 

Constitution

 

World ORT Union

 

World Peace Foundation

 

World politics 1945-

 

World War 1939-1945

 

World War Veterans - Minutes of meeting 1920 March 24

 

Wu, K. C.

 

Yalta Conference 1945

 

Yemen

 

Young Americans for Freedom

box 588

Young Liberals

 

Young Peoples Socialist League

 

Yugoslavia

 

General

 

General

 

Printed material

 

Adria Airways

 

Croatia

 

Description and travel

 

Economic conditions

 

Foreign relations

 

History

 

Politics and government

 

Tito, Josip Broz

 

Trade unions

box 589

Zagoria, Sam

 

Zausner, Philip

Scope and Contents note

Galleys of autobiography entitled Unvarnished.
 

Zimmerman, Charles

 

SPEECHES AND WRITINGS - TITLED 1917-1977

Scope and Contents note

Drafts, manuscripts, notes, research materials, reviews, and printed copies of speeches and writings of Jay Lovestone. Arranged alphabetically by title.
box 590

"ABM Controversy," 1 carbon copy undated

 

Address on the Seventh Anniversary of the Soviet Republic, 1 carbon copy 1924 November 7

 

"L'Affaire You Too," 1 carbon copy 1960 May 9

 

"A.F. of L. and World Crisis," 1 handwritten draft undated

 

"The A.F. of L. Fight for World Peace," 1 carbon copy undated

 

"A.F. of L. Rift Deepens as Convention Backs Suspension of C.I.O.," 3 printed copies 1936

 

"African-American Labor Center," 1 typewritten and handwritten draft undated

 

"After Prague - What?," notes, research materials undated

 

"After Six Momentous Months," 1 carbon copy undated

 

"After the Elections-1940," 1 handwritten draft, research materials 1940

 

"Against the Revision of Leninism for the Line of the Sixth World Congress of the Comintern Against Opportunist Sectarianism," 1 typewritten draft undated

 

"Aggressive Role of American Imperialism, the War Danger, and the Tasks of the Workers (Communist) Party," 1 handwritten outline circa 1925

 

"Algeria," 1 handwritten draft undated

 

"All in a Day," 1 handwritten draft, research materials undated

 

"America: A Wonderful Country," 1 handwritten outline circa 1925

 

"America as a World Power," 1 handwritten draft, research materials circa 1926

 

"America - Face the Facts!," 2 typewritten and handwritten drafts undated

 

"America Facing Europe," 1 mimeographed copy undated

 

"America in the Crisis," 1 handwritten draft, research materials circa 1933

 

"America Prepares the Next War," 2 printed copies 1928

 

"America Today," 1 typewritten copy 1926 July 23

 

"American Capitalism," 2 typewritten copies, correspondence circa 1927

 

"American Communist Movement Examines Itself, The," 1 handwritten draft, research materials circa 1932

 

"American Economic and Political Situation," 1 handwritten outline circa 1928

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"American Federation of Labor and World Affairs, The," 1 handwritten draft, notes undated

 

"American Imperialism," 1 mimeographed draft, 4 printed copies undated

 

"American Imperialism - America Today," 1 carbon draft undated

 

"American Labor," 1 handwritten outline undated

 

"American Labor and Foreign Affairs," 1 handwritten outline 1962 Janaury 27

 

"American Labor and the International Situation," 2 carbon copies undated

 

"American Labor and the World Crisis," 3 printed copies, 2 carbon copies circa 1956

 

"American Labor and the World Struggle for Freedom," undated

 

"American Labor Looks at the World," various chapters and sections, typewritten and carbon copies undated

 

"American Labor Movement, The," 2 printed copies undated

 

"American Labor Today," 1 handwritten draft circa 1931

 

"American Legion Convention," speeches prepared for Legion conventions, carbon copies, handwritten drafts, notes 1959 October, undated

 

"American Party Situation," handwritten outline circa 1925

 

"American Policy Regarding Foreign Loans," 1 typewritten draft undated

 

"America's Fight for World Hegemony and the War Danger," 1 mimeographed draft undated

box 592

"Anglo-American Relations," 1 handwritten draft, research materials circa 1926

 

"Another 'New Line' for the Kremlin," 3 carbon copies undated

 

"Answer to Khrushchev," 3 carbon copies undated

 

As We See It (radio program), "Soviet About Face," 1 typewritten copy 1958 June 28

 

"At First Glance," newspaper column in Workers Age (incomplete), printed copies, typewritten and carbon excerpts 1935, 1938-1939

 

"At the Summit - Paranoiac or Pyromaniac?," 2 carbon copies undated

 

"At the Summit - Rubble and Reality," article in AFL-CIO Free Trade Union News, 2 printed copies 1960 June

 

"Atlantic Alliance," 1 carbon copy undated

 

"Auto Workers and Depression," 1 handwritten draft, notes, research materials circa 1937

 

"Balance Wheel of the Party Controversy to Date, The," 1 carbon copy circa 1925

 

"Basic Distinctions Between the Soviet Economy and American Economy," 1 carbon copy undated

 

"Basic Import of Summit," 1 typewritten outline undated

 

"Behind the Headlines," newspaper column for Workers Age (incomplete), printed copies, typewritten copies, typewritten excerpts 1939-1940

 

"Bibliography on the Latin American Relations of the United States, 1 carbon copy undated

box 593

"Big Bubble Bursts, The," Typewritten copy, 1 carbon copy undated

 

"Big Smile, The," by Matthew Woll and Jay Lovestone, 2 printed copies; review in Freedom's Facts Against Communism, 1 printed copy 1955 October, December

 

"Bitter Fruits," 1 handwritten copy, 1 carbon copy undated

 

"Blood and Steel: An Exposure of the 12-Hour Day in the Steel Industry," published by the Workers Party of America, 1 printed copy undated

 

"Blueprint for Surrender," 1 carbon copy undated

 

"Bogey of 'Big Labor,'" 1 typewritten copy undated

 

"Brandler-Thalheimer Against Unity," 1 typewritten draft, handwritten notes, research materials undated

 

"British Commonwealth of Nations," 1 handwritten draft, research materials circa 1936

 

"The British Elections of 1931," 1 handwritten outline, research materials 1931

 

"Can Communist Parties be 'Independent from Moscow?,'" article in AFL-CIO Free Trade Union News, 1 printed copy, 1 photocopy 1956 August

 

"Capitalist Chaos - The Unsolvable Contradictions of American Capitalism," 1 typewritten draft, research materials circa 1931

 

"Capitalist 'Planning' and Socialist Planned Economy," articles in Workers Age, printed copies 1932 February

 

"C. E. Ruthenberg," article in Workers Age, 1 printed copy 1932 March 5

 

"C. E. Ruthenberg," article in Workers Age, 1 printed copy 1937 March 6

 

"Characteristics and Perspectives of German Fascism," 1 handwritten draft

 

"Chasm is Unbridgeable, The," article in AFL-CIO Free Trade Union News, 5 printed copies, 1 carbon copy 1969 February

 

"Chicago and the Revolution," 1 carbon copy undated

 

"China," 1 handwritten draft undated

 

"Chinese Revolution," 1 carbon copy undated

box 594

"CIO-AFL," handwritten outline, notes, research materials 1938

 

"CIO and AF of L," handwritten outline, notes, research materials 1939 February

 

"Class Divisions in the United States," 2 carbon copies circa 1922

 

"Class Relations in the U.S.," 1 handwritten draft, research materials 1933

 

"Co-Existence," handwritten notes undated

 

"Colonies and Imperialist War," chapter from larger work, 1 carbon copy, notes undated

 

"Coming-The Bread Line," article from The Liberator, 1 printed copy 1924 August

 

"Comments on State Department Memorandum," 1 typewritten copy, 1 typewritten and handwritten draft undated

 

"Communism or Reformism," 1 handwritten draft undated

 

"Communist Catechism, A," by Max Bedacht and Jay Lovestone, article in The Daily Worker, 1 printed copy 1924 December 20

 

"Communist China," 1 typewritten and handwritten draft undated

 

"Communists and the Trade Union," 2 typewritten copies, 3 carbon copies undated

 

"Communists Strong Factor in Defeat of Mexican Reactionary Rebellion," article for The Daily Worker, 1 handwritten copy 1924 April 26

 

"Communists Will Not Defend Italy if Soviet Bloc Attacks Her," 1 handwritten copy undated

 

"Complete Fraud, A," 1 typewritten and handwritten draft undated

 

"Consequences and Significance," 1 handwritten draft, research materials circa 1936

 

"Consequences of the World Crisis," articles for Workers Age, printed copies 1932 June 4, 11

 

"Coolidge Program, The," 2 printed copies 1927 December 15

 

"C.P.O. at Work," 1 handwritten draft, notes undated

box 595

"Creed for Americans, A," 1 typewritten copy undated

 

"Crisis in the Communist International, A," 1 handwritten draft undated

 

"Crisis in the Communist Party, U.S.A., The," 2 printed copies 1930 February

 

"Crisis in the Soviet Union, The," 1 typewritten copy undated

 

"Crisis: Its Social and Economic Consequences, The," 1 typewritten copy, 1 handwritten draft, research materials 1932 March 1

 

"Crisis We Face -- What We Can Do About It, The," speech at All-American Conference to Combat Communism, 12th Annual Meeting, 2 typewritten copies 1961 November 4

 

"Critique of Capitalist Planning, A," 1 handwritten draft undated

 

"Czechoslovakia," 1 typewritten and handwritten draft 1969

 

"Dangerous 'Disinterestedness,'" 1 printed copy, 1 carbon copy 1925 August 5

 

"Day of Hope and Determination," 1 typewritten copy 1960 May 1

 

"Decay and Decline," 1 handwritten outline undated

 

"Declaration by A.F. of L. on Menace of Slave Labor," 1 carbon copy, notes undated

 

"De Gaulle Counter-Revolution Against Atlantic Unity, The," 1 handwritten copy, 1 photocopy undated

 

"Democracy and Fascism as World Forces Today," 1 handwritten draft, research materials circa 1933

 

"Department of International Relations," 1 carbon copy undated

 

"Dialogues With Totalitarian Labor Fronts?," article for AFL-CIO Free Trade Union News, 1 printed copy 1966 June

 

"Did We 'Hide' the Crisis?," article for Revolutionary Age, 1 printed copy 1930 September 1

 

"Dissent to East-West Trade Statement," 1 carbon copy undated

 

"Distribution of Income Among the Factors of Production," paper for Political Science 57, 1 handwritten and typed copy 1917 December 13

 

"Does the Morbidity of Stalinism Inevitably Lead to Collapse of Communist Dictatorships?," 1 typewritten copy undated

 

"Dollar Devaluation and 'New Deal,'" article for Workers Age, 1 printed copy 1934 January 1

 

"'Dollarizing' a World," 1 carbon draft undated

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"East-West Trade," 2 typewritten and handwritten drafts, notes, research materials undated

 

"Economic and Political Situation and Party Tasks," 1 handwritten copy 1930

 

"Economic and Political Situation in the U.S., The," 1 handwritten draft undated

 

"Economic Consequences of Unemployment," 1 handwritten outline, research materials circa 1931

 

"Economic Questions," 1 handwritten draft undated

 

"Economic Situation, The," 1 typewritten draft undated

 

"Economics of the 'New Deal,' The," article for Workers Age, 1 printed copy 1933 August 15

 

"Eighth Year of Soviet Triumph, The," 1 carbon draft circa 1925

 

"Elections...," 1 carbon copy circa 1940

 

"Essense of a New Line," 1 handwritten draft undated

 

"Euro-Communism - Roots and Reality," 1 photocopy undated

 

"Europe Near the Abyss," 1 handwritten draft, research materials undated

 

"European Notes," 1 carbon copy 1955 May

 

"Events in the Eastern Mediterranean," 1 handwritten and typewritten draft, 1 photocopy circa 1974

 

"Excerpts from Jay Lovestone's Written Reports," 1 photocopy undated

 

"Export of Production and Jobs," 1 photocopy 1971 May 3

 

"Facts for Workers," 1 printed copy circa 1924

 

"Farewell, Comrade Ruthenberg; Farewell, Our Leader," 1 printed copy circa 1927

 

"Fascism in France," 1 handwritten draft, research materials circa 1937

 

"Features of the Constitution," 1 handwritten draft undated

 

"Few Words About Lenin, A," 6 handwritten outlines circa 1925

 

"Finnish Language Factions Convention Opens," article for The Daily Worker, 1 handwritten copy 1925 November 29

 

"First Mass Protest, The," 1 typewritten copy undated

 

"First Requirement for Good Labor-Management Relations," 1 typewritten and handwritten copy undated

 

"For a Just and Lasting Peace in the Middle East," 2 carbon and handwritten copies undated

 

"For Freedom and Peace! Smash the Aggressors in Korea!," 1 typewritten and handwritten copy undated

 

"For Peace and Freedom," 1 typewritten copy, 1 carbon copy undated

 

"For Peace in the Middle East," 1 typewritten copy, 5 carbon copies; same title with different text, 1 typewritten draft, notes undated

 

"Forced Labor in the Soviet Union," 1 handwritten draft undated

 

"Forces and Currents in the Present Political Situation," article for Workers Monthly, 2 printed copies 1926 April

 

"Foreign Aid," 1 typewritten and handwritten draft undated

 

"Foreign Relations," 4 carbon copies undated

 

"Formation of the C.P., The," 1 handwritten outline, research materials undated

box 597

"Free Labor Cannot Be 'Neutral,'" 1 carbon copy undated

 

"From Gompers to Lewis," 1 carbon copy 1938

 

"Full Circle," 1 carbon copy undated

 

"Future of American Labor, The," 2 carbon copies undated

 

"Future of Communism in the U.S.," handwritten notes, research materials undated

 

"Future of Labor-Management Relations, The," 1 typewritten copy undated

 

"Germany-1923," 1 handwritten draft, research materials undated

 

"Germany Today," article in AFL-CIO Free Trade Union News, 1 printed copy 1962 July

 

Government Strikebreaker, The, typewritten and printed reviews 1923

 

"Great Negro Migration, The," article for The Workers Monthly, 1 printed copy 1926 February

 

"Hands Across the Seas: The ILGWU and World Affairs," 1 carbon copy undated

 

"Highlights on the Trade Union Situation in the C.T.C. of Cuba," 1 carbon copy 1959 November 12

 

"Historic Declaration," 1 carbon copy undated

 

"Hitler," handwritten outline undated

 

"Hokum on Parade," article for The International Class Struggle, 1 printed copy 1936 Winter

 

"How Not to Accept a Communist International Decision," 2 carbon drafts undated

 

"How the 'N.L.' Defends the Soviet Union," 1 handwritten and typewritten draft, research materials 1931 May 25

 

"How the Polcom Is Revising Leninist Line of Sixth Congress," 1 handwritten draft undated

 

"How to Build Soviet-American Friendship," 1 typewritten outline, 1 carbon outline, notes, research materials undated

 

"Human Rights for Political Prisoners," 1 typewritten copy, 6 carbon copies undated

 

"Hungary," 1 typewritten copy undated

 

"Hungary and German Reunification," 1 carbon copy undated

 

"ICFTU and Communism," 1 carbon and handwritten draft, notes undated

 

"Ideals and Aspirations of American Labor," 1 carbon copy undated

 

"Ideological," 3 carbon copies, 1 typewritten and handwritten copy undated

 

"I.L.G.W.U. Role in American Labor," 1 carbon copy undated

 

"Illinois Industrial Situation Getting Gloomy," 1 typewritten copy 1925

 

"Imperialism and the American Working Class," article for Workers Monthly, 1 printed copy 1926 March

 

"Imperialism and the Revolutionary War Today," 1 carbon copy undated

 

"Implications of the Sit-Down," article for Workers Age, 4 printed copies 1937 April 17

 

"In Re Bertrand Russell," 1 carbon copy undated

 

"In the Heart of Europe," 1 handwritten outline circa 1936

 

"Independencia Filipina, La," article for Boletin del Cigarrero, 1 printed copy undated

 

"Inflation or Currency Legislation," 1 handwritten draft, research materials circa 1933

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"International Communist Summit Conference, The," article for AFL-CIO Free Trade Union News, 2 printed copies, 1 typewritten copy, 2 carbon copies, 1 typewritten and handwritten draft; slightly different version read before the Senate Internal Security Subcommittee, 1 mimeographed copy 1961 January 26, February

 

"International Confederation of Free Trade Unions," 1 handwritten copy undated

 

"International Contradictions," 1 handwritten draft undated

 

"International Crisis, The," 1 typewritten and handwritten draft, 1 carbon and handwritten draft undated

 

"International Labor Movement," 1 handwritten copy undated

 

"International Labor Organization," 1 carbon copy undated

 

"International Proletariat and the World Crisis, The," 1 handwritten draft, research materials undated

 

"International Proletariat and the World Crisis, The," 1 handwritten draft, research materials undated

 

"International Situation, The," 1 handwritten outline, 1 typewritten and handwritten draft, 2 carbon copies undated

 

"International Situation and our Position," 1 handwritten draft, research materials 1938

 

"International Trade Rivalries," typewritten notes undated

 

"International Working Class Movement and Our Task, The," 2 carbon drafts, handwritten notes undated

 

Interview with Jay Lovestone, Sun-Herald, Sydney, Australia 1957 April 9

 

"Kautsky," 1 handwritten draft undated

 

"Keep America Out of the War," 1 handwritten draft, notes undated

 

"Khrushchev Visit," 3 carbon copies, 1 carbon draft, notes undated

 

"Khrushchev's Downfall," article for AFL-CIO Free Trade Union News, 1 printed copy 1964 November

 

"Khrushchev's Real Intentions," 2 carbon copies undated

 

"Konrad Adenauer," 1 handwritten draft undated

 

"Kremlin Offensive Against the U.N. and the New Nations," 1 carbon copy undated

 

"Labor and National Defense," 1 typewritten copy, 1 carbon draft, research materials 1940 December

 

"Labor 'Battle of the Century,' The," article for Workers Age, 2 printed copies 1937 March 27

 

Labor Day messages, 1 carbon copy; 1 carbon copy, 1 handwritten and typewritten draft 1964, undated

 

"Labor, Efficiency, and the Market," 1 typewritten copy undated

 

"Labor Lieutenants of American Imperialism, The," 1 mimeographed copy, 2 printed copies undated

 

"Labor Moves to New Property Concepts," article for Workers Age, 2 printed copies 1937 April 24

 

"Labor's Stake in Democracy: American Labor Looks Ahead," proposal for a book, 1 typewritten copy, 5 carbon copies, 3 carbon drafts, 1 typewritten draft, research materials, correspondence applying for a fellowship 1940 September 21

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"LaFollette 'Illusion,' The," 2 printed copies 1924 September 1

 

"Latin America," 1 handwritten draft, 5 carbon drafts undated

 

"Leaders in Peking," 1 handwritten copy undated

 

"Leftist Confusion and Opportunist Illusions in Official 'Analysis,'" 1 handwritten copy undated

 

"Lenin on War," 1 handwritten draft, 1 printed copy, research materials undated

 

"Lessons - New Realities," 1 typewritten outline undated

 

"Letters to an English Friend," printed in Workers Age, 3 printed copies 1940 October 11, December 7

Scope and Contents note

Letters by Jay Lovestone to a member of the British Independent Labor Party.
 

"Little Thaw - Big Flaw," article for AFL-CIO Free Trade Union News, 1 printed copy; 3 printed copies (2 in English, 1 in Spanish), 2 photocopies; reprinted in Thought, 1 printed copy 1960 January, 1966 August, October 1

 

"[Lovestone] Group Today," 1 handwritten and typewritten draft circa 1936

 

"Lovestone Points Out Growth of State Power in U.S., Calls Cal Coolidge Strikebreaker-in-Chief," title for first installment of Report of the Political Committee by Jay Lovestone, published in The Daily Worker, 1 printed copy; summary of report in The Daily Worker, 1 printed copy 1927 September 12-22, circa 26-30

 

"Make it a Peace Conference," 1 handwritten copy undated

 

"The March of the Russian Workers and Peasants," 1 carbon copy, research materials, notes circa 1931

 

"Marxian Theory of Crises and the Communist Way Out, The," 1 handwritten draft, research materials circa 1933

 

"Marxism Today," 1 handwritten draft, research materials 1933 April 23

 

"May Day 1932," handwritten notes 1932

 

"Meaning of the Soviet 'Purges,' The," article for Workers Age, 1 printed copy 1937 July 3

 

"Memo for Post-War Conference," 1 carbon copy undated

 

"Memo on Fulbright," 1 carbon copy, research material undated

 

"Memorandum on Caracas Conference," 1 carbon copy 1960 April 11

 

"Memorandum on Crisis in Middle East," 2 handwritten copies 1974 November 18

 

"Memorandum on Wages and Hours Law as Reported by House Committee," 2 carbon copies, 1 handwritten draft undated

 

"Menace of Factionalism, The," 1 handwritten draft undated

 

"Mexican Communists Open Convention: Agrarian and Election Problems Chief Tasks Before Delegates," 1 handwritten copy 1924 April 25

 

"Mexican Workers Prepare Giant May Day Demonstrations," 1 handwritten copy 1924 March 28

 

"Middle Class and the Crisis, The," 1 handwritten draft, notes, research materials circa 1931

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"Modesty, Always in Order," 3 carbon copies undated

 

"More About the First American Revolution," article for Workers Monthly, 1 printed copy 1927 January

 

"More Communist Strongholds," article for The Workers Monthly, 1 printed copy 1925 October

 

"Moscow Gave Green Light for PCI and PCF Line," 1 handwritten copy undated

 

"Moscow Trials, The," 1 typewritten draft, research materials circa 1936

 

"Moscow's Aim and Game," 2 carbon and handwritten copies undated

 

"Moscow's 'New Look' at the World Crisis," 1 typewritten copy undated

 

"Muddle on an American Scale, A," 1 carbon copy 1928 July 28

 

"Mutual Obligations," 1 handwritten copy undated

 

"National Defense vs. Social Progress," 1 typewritten copy undated

 

"National Independence and Freedom for the Polish People," 1 carbon and handwritten copy undated

 

"National Security, ABM and Human Needs," 1 typewritten copy undated

 

"Nature of the Opposition Bloc," 1 handwritten draft, research materials circa 1927

 

"Nazi Promotion Machine, The," 1 carbon copy, notes, research materials undated

 

"Negro and the American Labor Movement, The," 1 handwritten outline circa 1926

 

"Neuland fur die Arbeiter Bewegung," 1 mimeographed copy undated

 

"New America: The American Empire, The," article for The Workers Monthly, 3 printed copies, 1 carbon and handwritten draft 1926 July

 

"'New' American Capitalism, The," 1 handwritten draft, research materials 1936 October 30

 

"New Course - An Old Curse, The," 1 typewritten and handwritten draft undated

 

"'New Deal' and the Workers, The," Part III - "Economics and Politics of the 'New Deal,'" article for Workers Age, 1 printed copy 1933 July 1

 

"New Frontiers for Labor," article for The Social Frontier, 1 printed copy, 1 typewritten copy, 1 carbon copy, 1 handwritten copy, 2 reprints 1938 November

 

"The New International Situation," for International Free Trade Union News, 4 printed copies 1957 December

 

"New Myths and Old Realities," article for AFL-CIO Free Trade Union News, 2 printed copies, 2 photocopies, 1 typewritten and handwritten copy, 1 handwritten draft, research materials 1967 May

 

"New Stage in International Crisis," 1 typewritten and handwritten copy undated

box 601

"Newest Developments in the International and Economic Situation and the Comintern," 1 handwritten draft, notes, research materials circa 1931

 

"1928 Elections, The," 1 carbon copy, 1 handwritten outline circa 1929

 

"1928: The Presidential Election and the Workers," 3 printed copies 1928 February

 

"No Free Trade Union Exchanges With State Company Unions!," article for AFL-CIO Free Trade Union News, 3 printed copies, 1 carbon copy 1966 May

 

"No Return to Isolationism - For Firm Commitment to World Peace and Freedom," 2 handwritten and typewritten drafts undated

 

"No Time to Let Down Our Guard," 2 typewritten and handwritten drafts undated

 

"Noise That Congress Makes, The," article for The Liberator, 1 printed copy 1923 December

 

"Note on Soviet Efforts to Downgrade the Estonian, Latvian and Lithuanian Peoples to the Status of Minorities in the USSR and to Annihilate Their National Identity," 1 carbon copy circa 1962

 

"Notes on Colombia and Venezuela," 1 handwritten carbon copy undated

 

"Notes on French Colonialism," 1 carbon copy undated

 

"Notes on Moscow Summit," 1 carbon and handwritten copy undated

 

"Notes on President Carter's Address at the Notre Dame Commencement Exercises, South Bend, Indiana, 1 handwritten copy 1977 May 22

 

"Notes on the TUC Memorandum on African Trade Unions," 1 carbon copy undated

 

"Offensive Against the American Labor Movement, The," 1 typewritten draft 1927

 

"On Religion and the Churches in the Nine Captive Countries," 1 carbon copy undated

 

"On the Crisis in Berlin, Germany and Western Europe," 1 typewritten and handwritten copy undated

 

"Open Letter to Brother Iwai," 1 typewritten and handwritten copy, 1 carbon and handwritten copy undated

 

"Opening Remarks," Worker's Party, 1 handwritten outline 1928 May 25

 

"'Order' in Wall Street," 5 mimeographed copies 1929 November

 

"Organization," 1 handwritten outline undated

 

"Organization, Objectives, and Tactics of International Communism," speech to the National War College, 1 carbon copy 1960 December 20

 

"Organization of Despair - Revolutionary 'Unionism,' The," 1 handwritten draft 1938 November

 

"Organizational Problems," 1 carbon copy undated

 

"ORIT Statement Concerning the Crisis in the Dominican Republic," 1 typewritten and handwritten copy undated

 

"Our Basic Tasks," 1 handwritten draft, notes, research materials circa 1930

 

"Our Changing Economy - The Challenge to Labor," 1 handwritten copy, research materials circa 1938

 

"Our Foreign Policy and World Peace," 1 handwritten, typewritten, carbon draft undated

box 602

"Our Organization - Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow," 1 handwritten draft, notes 1940 September 1

 

"Our Party," 1 handwritten outline circa 1926

 

"Our Responsibility and Opportunity," 1 carbon copy undated

 

"Pages From Party History," 8 printed copies circa 1929

 

"Party Organization, The," 1 printed copy circa 1926

 

"Party's Development and Growth, The," 1 carbon draft circa 1929

 

"Peace and Freedom," 1 typewritten and handwritten outline undated

 

"Peace! It's Wonderful," one-act play, 1 typewritten draft, 1 typewritten copy circa 1938

 

"'Peace' Moves Collapse as A.F.L. Ends Hope of Lifting Suspensions," 3 printed copies circa 1936

 

"Period of Right Wing Orientation," 1 handwritten outline, notes, research materials circa 1925

 

"Periods of American Foreign Policy," 1 handwritten outline undated

 

"Perspectives for Our Party," 2 mimeographed copies circa 1927

 

"Plan of a Program of Action Based on Economic Partial Demands, The," 1 handwritten copy undated

 

"Planning," 1 handwritten and typewritten copy, research materials circa 1933

 

"Platform Proposals - Foreign Policy and Defense," 1 handwritten copy, 1 carbon copy undated

 

"Plowing the Sands of Capitalist 'Peace,'" article for Revolutionary Age, 1 printed copy 1930 January 15

 

"Plus and Minus at Yalta," 1 handwritten outline undated

 

"Policies Toward East Europe," 2 carbon copies undated

 

"Political Dilemma, The," 2 typewritten copies, 2 carbon copies 1957 March

 

"Political Prospects for 1928," 1 handwritten outline 1928

 

"Politics of the 'New Deal,' The," article for Workers Age, 1 printed copy 1933 September 15

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"Prairie Fire in the Heart of Industry - The CIO, A," 1 handwritten draft undated

 

"Present and Future of American Labor" ("Some Specific Features of Labor Movement in America," "The Economic Crisis and the Labor Movement"), series of articles for Workers Age, 1 printed copy undated

 

"Present and Future of American Trade Unionism, The," 1 handwritten and typewritten draft, research materials undated

 

"Present Conditions," 1 handwritten outline circa 1924

 

"Present Economic Situation, The," 1 handwritten copy 1928

 

"Present International Situation, The," various writings with the same title, 2 typewritten copies, 4 carbon copies undated

 

"Present Moment in Life of CI and Its American Sections," 1 handwritten draft, research materials undated

 

"Present Situation and Tasks in France," 1 handwritten outline, 1 handwritten copy, 1 typewritten copy, research materials circa 1936

 

"Present World Situation, The," writings with same title, 1 handwritten copy, 1 typewritten copy, notes circa 1936, circa 1955

 

"Price of Freedom, The," article for AFL-CIO Free Trade Union News, 4 printed copies 1967 September

 

"Problems of CIO Consolidation," 1 printed copy 1937 April 3

 

"Problems of Democracies," 1 handwritten outline undated

 

"Profiteering in Armaments," 1 typewritten copy, 1 carbon copy undated

 

"Prologue to Progress," 1 carbon copy undated

 

"Prosperity Blows Up," article for The Liberator, 1 printed copy 1924 July

 

"Questions for Mollet," 1 typewritten copy, 1 carbon copy undated

box 604

"Rationalization Rainbows Bring a New Storm," 1 handwritten draft, notes undated

 

"Re: Casey Revolt in the CP," handwritten notes undated

 

"Re: New Union Developments," 2 carbon copies undated

 

"Re: Road to Communist Unity," 1 handwritten draft, notes, research materials circa 1935

 

"Reaction Takes a Holiday - and Goes to Tampa," 3 printed copies circa 1936

 

"Rebuild and Strengthen the Atlantic Community," 1 carbon copy undated

 

"Recent Changes in Administration of Soviet Economy," 1 typewritten and handwritten draft undated

 

"Regarding Strikes," 1 typewritten copy undated

 

"Relation of Wages to Consumption," handwritten notes undated

 

Report by Jay Lovestone, Secretary, on Behalf of A.F. of L. Delegation to E.R.P. (European Recovery Program), Trade Union Conference, London, 3 mimeographed copies; "Report on Germany," 5 mimeographed copies 1948 July 29-30

 

Report of Jay Lovestone to the Fifth National Convention of the Communist Party (Opposition), 1 typewritten copy 1935

 

Report on the Midwestern Situation, 1 typewritten copy circa 1937

 

"Resolution on Anti-Semitism and Persecution of Minorities in the U.S.S.R.," 1 handwritten copy undated

 

"Resolution on Trade Union Work," 1 typewritten copy undated

 

"Results of the 1928 Election Campaign," speech by Jay Lovestone at the Workers Forum, 1 typewritten draft 1928 November 11

 

"Return to Appeasement? A," editorial for George Meany in American Federationist, 5 printed copies, 1 typewritten and handwritten copy, 4 carbon copies 1964 May

 

Review by Jay Lovestone entitled "The Confessions of A Counter-Revolutionist of 1776," of Reminiscences of An American Loyalist, 1738-89, edited by Jonathan Bouchier, 1 carbon copy undated

 

Review by Jay Lovestone entitled "Salesmanship and Sabotage," of Absentee Ownership and Business Enterprise in Recent Times: The Case of America, by Thorstein Veblen, review printed in The Liberator, 1 printed copy 1924 March

 

Review by Jay Lovestone of Why America Wants to Conquer Europe by Eugene Paul, 1 carbon copy undated

 

"Revolution and Evolution," handwritten notes undated

 

"Road to Freedom Is Thru the Dictatorship of the Proletariat, The," debate with Bertrand Russell, notes, questions, leaflet, research materials 1931 November 27

 

"Role of Free Trade Union Committee," 1 carbon copy undated

box 605

"Roots, Causes, and Aims of Latest Shift in Soviet Foreign Policy," 1 carbon copy 1953 April 6

 

"Ruthenberg," 1 typewritten copy 1930

 

"S.O.S. From Austria!," 2 printed copies undated

 

"Seven Years of Communism in the U.S.A.," 1 handwritten outline 1926

 

"Seventh World Congress," 1 handwritten draft, notes, research materials 1935

 

"Shortcomings of American Foreign Policy," 1 carbon copy undated

 

"Significance of the Auto Workers Strike," article for Workers Age, 2 printed copies 1937 March 13

 

"Social and Economic Consequences of the Unemployment Crisis in the U.S.A.," 1 typewritten copy, 1 carbon copy undated

 

"Socialism, Fascism and the Outcome of the War," article for Workers Age, 4 printed copies 1940 October 26

 

"Socialist Party, The," article for Workers Age, 1 printed copy 1934 December 15

 

"Some Achievements and Mistakes and Problems Ensuing," 1 handwritten draft, notes, research materials circa 1935

 

"Some Achievements of This Convention," 1 handwritten outline undated

 

"Some Forgotten History," 1 typewritten copy, 1 carbon copy, 1 handwritten copy undated

 

"Some Immediate Party Problems," summary of remarks to the meeting of the Central Committee on May 30, 1928, printed in The Communist, 1 carbon copy, 1 printed copy, notes, research materials 1928 July

 

"Some Larger Aspects of the New Deal," 1 handwritten draft, notes, research materials circa 1933

 

"Some Lessons from the Sacco-Vanzetti Case," 1 mimeographed copy 1927

 

"Some Problems of Capitalist 'Planning,'" 1 handwritten draft, notes, research materials circa 1932

 

"Some Thoughts on the Economic Recession," 2 carbon copies undated

 

"Some Vanishing Differences," 1 handwritten copy circa 1939

 

"Source of Tragic Error," handwritten outline undated

 

"Soviet Economic Challenge - Its Meaning and Menace, The," 1 carbon copy, 1 typewritten copy undated

 

"Soviet Foreign Policy and the World Revolution," 4 printed copies 1935 August

 

"Soviet Home Front, The," 1 carbon copy undated

 

"Soviet Purge and World Labor," 1 handwritten draft, research materials circa 1937

box 606

"Spirit of the First American Revolution, The," article for Workers Monthly, 1 printed copy 1926 November

 

"Stabilizing Democracy," 1 carbon copy undated

 

"Stalinization of Russia," typewritten notes undated

 

"Statement on New York Times' Publications," 1 carbon copy undated

 

"Status of the Jews in the Soviet Union, The," 1 carbon copy undated

 

"Stock Market, The," 1 handwritten copy undated

 

"Struggle for Freedom Behind the Iron Curtain, The," 1 typewritten and handwritten copy, notes undated

 

"Suggested Guiding Lines for United States' Overseas Economic Aid and Military Assistance Programs," 1 typewritten and handwritten copy, 1 carbon and handwritten copy undated

 

"Summary Remarks by Jay Lovestone," 1 typewritten copy, 3 mimeographed copies undated

 

"Tatsachen und Illusionen," 1 printed copy undated

 

"Tax Reform," 1 typewritten copy undated

 

"Teapot Dome," article for The Liberator, 1 printed copy 1924 March

 

"Ten Years of Communism in the U.S.A.," 1 typewritten and handwritten draft circa 1929

 

"Ten Years without Stalin," article for AFL-CIO Free Trade Union News, 2 printed copies 1963 April-May

 

"Tenth Anniversary of Wall of Shame," 1 typewritten and handwritten copy, 1 carbon and handwritten copy, 1 handwritten copy circa 1971

 

"There Is no Substitute for Freedom," 1 carbon copy undated

 

"Thesis on the Chinese Situation," 1 mimeographed copy undated

 

"Third Anniversary," 1 carbon copy undated

 

"Through Freedom to Peace and Social Progress," 1 typewritten copy, 1 carbon copy undated

 

"To All Lithuanian Organizations of America," 1 handwritten copy undated

 

"To Meet Soviet Economy's Political Threat," article for AFL-CIO Free Trade Union News, 3 printed copies 1959 December

 

"Tom Mooney, Hero of Labor, Speaks," article for Workers Age, 1 printed copy 1936 July 25

 

"Tomorrow's War," 1 typewritten and handwritten copy, notes, research materials circa 1939

 

"Towards a Fundamental Examination of the Crisis of the Burocratic Regime in the U.S.S.R.," 1 handwritten draft, research materials circa 1937

 

"Towards a World Bolshevik Party," article for The Workers Monthly, 1 printed copy 1925 December

 

"Towards Another Wave of Revolutionary Struggles," 1 typewritten draft undated

 

"Towards Bolshevization - The Struggle Against Open Opportunism in the American Communist Party," 1 handwritten outline circa 1928

 

"Towards Common Sense," 1 carbon copy undated

 

"Trade Unionists, Socialists, and Communists," 1 carbon copy undated

 

"Trade Unions in Africa," 1 typewritten and handwritten copy, notes, research materials undated

 

"'Trade Unions' - Rumanian Style," article for AFL-CIO Free Trade Union News, 3 printed copies 1970 April

 

"Trade Unions - Soviet Style," article for AFL-CIO Free Trade Union News, 3 printed copies 1970 April

 

"Trotsky's Position on War," 1 typewritten copy undated

 

"Trusts and the Workingman," 1 carbon copy, bibliography undated

 

"'T.U.' in Red China," 1 handwritten copy undated

 

"Turbulent Flux and Polarization," 1 typewritten and handwritten copy circa 1977

 

"Twenty-Two Years of the Soviet Union," 1 handwritten draft, notes, research materials 1940

 

"2 1/2 Tendency in Our Party, The," 1 typewritten draft circa 1925

box 607

"U.A.W. Convention," 1 carbon copy undated

 

"U.S. Foreign Policy," 2 carbon copies undated

 

"Unions in Russia," 1 typewritten and handwritten copy, notes circa 1967

 

"Unite Against Wage Cuts!," article for Revolutionary Age, 3 printed copies 1930 June 15

 

"Unity and Strength for the Western World," 1 typewritten and handwritten copy undated

 

"Unknown Political Prisoner," 1 typewritten draft, 2 carbon copies 1960 November 7

 

"Urgency of Sound Labor-Management Relations," 1 typewritten and handwritten copy undated

 

"Utterly False," 2 carbon copies undated

 

"Veterans of Foreign Wars," 4 carbon and handwritten drafts 1959 August 31

 

"Vienna Congress - Background and Outlook, The," article for International Free Trade Union News, 1 printed copy, typewritten notes 1955 August

 

"Vietnam," 1 handwritten and typewritten copy undated

 

"War and the Communist International," 1 typewritten and handwritten draft undated

 

"War and Proletariat," 1 typewritten copy 1940 January

 

"We're with You, England," 1 handwritten copy undated

 

"Weshalb Amerika Europa erobern will?," 1 printed copy 1925

 

"What Are the Real Issues Confronting Us?" article for Workers Age, 4 printed copies 1940 October 12

 

"What Has Happened to the Russian Revolution," 1 typewritten copy 1939 January 14

 

"What Is Going on in the International Communist Movement?," 1 typewritten copy, 1 carbon copy undated

 

"What Is New in the 'New Look?,'" article for International Free Trade Union News, 1 printed copy 1955 October

 

"What Is New in the Present World Crisis?," article for Workers Age, 4 printed copies 1940 September 28

 

"What Is Really New in the Twentieth Congress," 1 carbon copy undated

 

"What Next for American Labor?," article for Modern Monthly, 2 printed copies 1934 May

 

"What Next for Europe?," written for Matthew Woll, 1 carbon copy, notes, 1 handwritten copy undated

 

"What Next in the Labor Movement and a Program of Action," 1 handwritten outline, research materials circa 1931

box 608

"What the Bosses' Congress Wants to Do Against the Workers," 3 articles for The Daily Worker, 1 printed copy circa 1927

 

"What the Communist Opposition Stands for," 1 handwritten draft, notes, research materials 1932

 

"What to Do with Germany," 1 handwritten outline, notes, research materials circa 1944

 

"What's Ahead for American Labor?," 1 handwritten draft, research materials, notes circa 1934

 

"What's Doing in the Party and What the Party Is Doing," 1 handwritten outline undated

 

"What's Happening in the Comintern," 1 handwritten draft, notes, research materials circa 1934

 

"What's What about Coolidge?," 1 printed copy undated

 

"Where the Danger Is," 1 carbon copy undated

 

"Where to Find the Moral Force," 1 carbon copy undated

box 609

"Who Is Ruthenberg?," handwritten notes undated

 

"Who Is the Imperialist?," 5 photocopies, reviews, notes, research materials 1971

 

"Why? a Labor Party," 2 printed copies 1934 December 31

 

"Why and Wherefore of Leninism, The," 1 typewritten copy, 1 handwritten draft undated

 

"Why Are the French Fighting in Morocco?," 1 carbon draft undated

 

"Why Communist China Should Not Be Admitted to the United Nations," article for International Free Trade Union News, 2 photocopies; reprinted in AFL-CIO Free Trade Union News, 2 printed copies, 2 photocopies 1954 September, 1961 September

 

"Why Issue Revived?," 1 handwritten copy, 1 carbon copy (copy of speech by Nikita Khrushchev?) undated

 

"Why Moscow Seeks 'Cultural Exchanges,'" article for AFL-CIO Free Trade Union News, 2 printed copies 1959 July

 

"Why Moscow Woos the Neutralists: 20th Congress Unfolds Soviet Pattern," article for International Free Trade Union News, 1 printed copy 1956 May

 

"Why the Iron Curtain," 1 carbon copy undated

 

"Why the Trend Towards a One-Party System," 1 carbon copy undated

 

"Why the Trend Towards Close Relations Between Governments and Trade Unions," 1 carbon copy undated

 

"Workers Must Learn the Truth," 1 typewritten draft undated

 

"Workers - Your America, What Are You Going to Do with It?," 1 carbon copy undated

 

"The World Crisis," 2 carbons, research material undated

 

"World Events," article for Justice, 1 printed copy 1955 January 1

 

"You Cannot Hide from Struggle," 1 typewritten copy undated

 

SPEECHES AND WRITINGS - UNTITLED 1917-1977

Scope and Contents note

Drafts, manuscripts, notes, research materials, reviews, and printed copies of speeches and writings of Jay Lovestone. Arranged by primary subject matter.
box 610

Africa

 

Alliance for Progress

 

American Federation of Labor

 

General

 

Convention

 

1936

 

1940

 

American Federation of Labor - Congress of Industrial Organizations Conference

 

Atlantic Unity

 

Australian Communist Party

 

Automobile industry

 

General

 

Strike 1937

 

Berlin

 

Bibliographies

 

Campaign speech 1928

 

Capitalism

 

Chile

 

China

 

Cold War

box 611

Communism

 

Communist International

 

Communist Party

 

General

 

Undated

 

1924

 

1925

box 612

1926

 

circa 1926

 

1927

 

1928

box 613

Communist Party (Opposition)

 

circa 1930

 

circa 1931

 

1936

 

Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO)

 

Cuba

box 614

Democracy and totalitarianism

 

Democratic Party Convention 1936

 

Duranty, Walter

 

Economic conditions

 

Elections

 

1924

 

1928

 

1930

 

1936

 

Europe

box 615

European Recovery Program

 

Fascism

 

Fascism in Italy

 

Federated Farmer-Labor Party

 

Forced labor

 

France

 

General

 

1936

 

Fulbright, William

 

Fur industry

box 616

Germany

 

Gold question

 

Great Britain

 

General

 

1940

 

1945

 

Harrison, George

 

Hoover, President Herbert C.

 

Human rights

 

Hungary

 

Independent Labor League of America

 

International conditions and Communist opportunity

 

International Confederation of Free Trade Unions (ICFTU)

 

International labor movement

 

International labor activities

 

International Labour Office (ILO)

box 617

International relations

box 618

International relations

 

International trade unions

 

Israel

 

Italy

box 619

Japan

 

Labor

 

Labor Day speeches

 

Undated

 

circa 1927

 

Labor Day symposium 1936

 

Labor legislation

 

Lewis, John

 

Lore, Ludwig

 

Maritime industry

 

Marxism

 

Medical education

 

Miscellaneous - Handwritten notes, research materials, parts of speeches and writings, lists

box 620

Miscellaneous

box 621

Miscellaneous

box 622

Miscellaneous

box 623

Miscellaneous

 

National Industrial Recovery Act - Supreme Court Decision 1935

 

Near East

 

Notebook of clippings from articles by Jay Lovestone

 

Notebook of excerpts, quotations from various sources

 

Peace

 

Philosophy

box 624

Popular Front

 

Postwar industry

 

Quill convention

 

Russia

box 625

General

box 626

General

 

Economic conditions

 

Foreign relations

 

Russo-German Treaty 1939

 

Sit-down strikes

 

Smoot, Reed

 

Socialist Party

 

Speech at Boston Committee on Foreign Relations 1953 January 19

 

Speech at Boston, Lexington Day undated

 

Speech at the International Peasants Union Congress 1952 April 28

 

Speech on Israel undated

 

Speech on the Seventh Anniversary of the Soviet Republic 1924 November 7

 

Speech to a Union Meeting (ILGWU?) 1946

 

Speech to American Institute for Free Labor Development undated

 

Speech to Danish Trade Union Congress undated

 

Speech to German Federation of Labor undated

 

Speech to Hungarian refugees undated

 

Speech to Italian-American Labor Council undated

 

Speech to the Liberal Party 1946

 

Speeches probably written by Jay Lovestone for George Meany

 

Theory of evolution

 

Toy industry

box 627

Trade unions

 

General

 

circa 1931

 

1937

 

1939

box 628

Trieste

 

United Automobile Workers

 

General

 

Convention 1936

 

United Nations

 

United States

 

Central Intelligence Agency

 

Economic assistance

 

Economic conditions

 

Elections

 

Foreign relations

 

Asia (probably by Jay Lovestone)

 

Russia

box 629

National defense

 

Politics and government

 

Social conditions

 

Trade unions

 

Vietnam

 

War

Scope and Contents note

Includes Spanish Civil War and World War II, 1939-1945.
 

Woll, Matthew

 

World Jewish Congress

 

World trade unionism circa 1946

 

Yugoslavia

 

GERMAN LANGUAGE MATERIAL 1929-1970

Scope and Contents note

Reports, memoranda, newsletters, and newspaper clippings on trade unions, politics (especially the Communist Party Opposition (I.V.K.O.)), and international relations, arranged alphabetically by subject.
box 630

American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial

 

Organizations (AFL-CIO)

 

Arbeiterpolitik, Alsace

 

1935

 

1936

 

1937

 

1938

 

1939

 

Arbeiterpolitik, Czechoslovakia 1935-1938

 

Arbeiterpolitik, Leipzig 1929

 

Arbeiter-Zeitung, Switzerland 1931-1932

 

Arbeitgeberverband (employers' organization), Hamburg, e.V.

 

Austria

 

Berlin (Germany)

box 631

Christlich Demokratische Union/Christlich-Soziale Union (CDU/CSU)

 

Communism

 

Czechoslovakia

 

"Daily European Observations," 1936-1939

 

Deutsche Angestellten-Gewerkschaft (German employees' union)

 

Deutsche Briefe, 1936-1937

 

Deutscher Gewerkschaftsbund (German trade union confederation)

box 632

Deutscher Gewerkschaftsbund

 

Europe, Eastern

 

German reunification question

 

Germans in France

box 633

Germany

 

Social conditions 1945-1946

 

Soviet Zone

 

General

 

Armaments

 

Commerce

 

Politics and government

 

Germany (East)

 

Germany (West)

 

Industriegewerkschaft Bau-Steine-Erden (construction industry union)

 

Industriegewerkschaft Chemie Papier Keramik (chemistry, paper and ceramics union)

 

Industriegewerkschaft Metall (metal industry union)

 

Internationaler Bund freier Gewerkschaften (international confederation of free unions)

 

Kommunistische Partei Deutschlands (Opposition) and Internationale Vereinigung kommunistischer Opposition

 

Undated

box 634

1930

 

1931

 

1935

 

1936

 

1937

 

1938

 

1939

 

Minutes, international conference, Berlin 1930

 

Minutes, international conference 1932

 

Korrespondenzblatt illegaler deutscher Gewerkschaftsgruppen (newsletter of illegal German union groups) 1935-1936

box 635

Labor

 

Miscellaneous

 

National Socialism

 

Press

 

Russia

 

Socialism

 

Sozialdemokratische Partei Deutschlands (SPD)

 

Sozialistische Einheitspartei Deutschlands (SED)

 

Spain - History - Civil War 1936-1939

 

Spanish workers in Germany

 

United States

 

UNPROCESSED NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINE CLIPPINGS, AND PHOTOCOPIES OF CLIPPINGS

Scope and Contents note

Includes some correspondence, memoranda, reports, and notes, mainly in Box 636.
box 636

UNPROCESSED NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINE CLIPPINGS, AND PHOTOCOPIES OF CLIPPINGS

box 637

UNPROCESSED NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINE CLIPPINGS, AND PHOTOCOPIES OF CLIPPINGS

box 638

UNPROCESSED NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINE CLIPPINGS, AND PHOTOCOPIES OF CLIPPINGS

box 639

UNPROCESSED NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINE CLIPPINGS, AND PHOTOCOPIES OF CLIPPINGS

box 640

UNPROCESSED NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINE CLIPPINGS, AND PHOTOCOPIES OF CLIPPINGS

box 641

UNPROCESSED NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINE CLIPPINGS, AND PHOTOCOPIES OF CLIPPINGS

box 642

UNPROCESSED NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINE CLIPPINGS, AND PHOTOCOPIES OF CLIPPINGS

box 643

UNPROCESSED NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINE CLIPPINGS, AND PHOTOCOPIES OF CLIPPINGS

box 644

UNPROCESSED NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINE CLIPPINGS, AND PHOTOCOPIES OF CLIPPINGS

box 645

UNPROCESSED NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINE CLIPPINGS, AND PHOTOCOPIES OF CLIPPINGS

box 646

UNPROCESSED NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINE CLIPPINGS, AND PHOTOCOPIES OF CLIPPINGS

box 647

UNPROCESSED NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINE CLIPPINGS, AND PHOTOCOPIES OF CLIPPINGS

box 648

UNPROCESSED NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINE CLIPPINGS, AND PHOTOCOPIES OF CLIPPINGS

box 649

UNPROCESSED NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINE CLIPPINGS, AND PHOTOCOPIES OF CLIPPINGS

box 650

UNPROCESSED NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINE CLIPPINGS, AND PHOTOCOPIES OF CLIPPINGS

box 651

UNPROCESSED NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINE CLIPPINGS, AND PHOTOCOPIES OF CLIPPINGS

box 652

UNPROCESSED NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINE CLIPPINGS, AND PHOTOCOPIES OF CLIPPINGS

box 653

UNPROCESSED NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINE CLIPPINGS, AND PHOTOCOPIES OF CLIPPINGS

box 654

UNPROCESSED NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINE CLIPPINGS, AND PHOTOCOPIES OF CLIPPINGS

box 655

UNPROCESSED NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINE CLIPPINGS, AND PHOTOCOPIES OF CLIPPINGS

box 656

UNPROCESSED NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINE CLIPPINGS, AND PHOTOCOPIES OF CLIPPINGS

box 657

UNPROCESSED NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINE CLIPPINGS, AND PHOTOCOPIES OF CLIPPINGS

box 658

UNPROCESSED NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINE CLIPPINGS, AND PHOTOCOPIES OF CLIPPINGS

box 659

UNPROCESSED NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINE CLIPPINGS, AND PHOTOCOPIES OF CLIPPINGS

box 660

UNPROCESSED NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINE CLIPPINGS, AND PHOTOCOPIES OF CLIPPINGS

box 661

UNPROCESSED NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINE CLIPPINGS, AND PHOTOCOPIES OF CLIPPINGS

box 662

UNPROCESSED NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINE CLIPPINGS, AND PHOTOCOPIES OF CLIPPINGS

box 663

UNPROCESSED NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINE CLIPPINGS, AND PHOTOCOPIES OF CLIPPINGS

box 664

UNPROCESSED NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINE CLIPPINGS, AND PHOTOCOPIES OF CLIPPINGS

box 665

UNPROCESSED NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINE CLIPPINGS, AND PHOTOCOPIES OF CLIPPINGS

box 666

UNPROCESSED NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINE CLIPPINGS, AND PHOTOCOPIES OF CLIPPINGS

box 667

UNPROCESSED NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINE CLIPPINGS, AND PHOTOCOPIES OF CLIPPINGS

box 668

UNPROCESSED NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINE CLIPPINGS, AND PHOTOCOPIES OF CLIPPINGS

box 669

UNPROCESSED NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINE CLIPPINGS, AND PHOTOCOPIES OF CLIPPINGS

box 670

UNPROCESSED NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINE CLIPPINGS, AND PHOTOCOPIES OF CLIPPINGS

box 671

UNPROCESSED NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINE CLIPPINGS, AND PHOTOCOPIES OF CLIPPINGS

box 672

UNPROCESSED NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINE CLIPPINGS, AND PHOTOCOPIES OF CLIPPINGS

box 673

UNPROCESSED NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINE CLIPPINGS, AND PHOTOCOPIES OF CLIPPINGS

box 674

UNPROCESSED NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINE CLIPPINGS, AND PHOTOCOPIES OF CLIPPINGS

box 675

UNPROCESSED NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINE CLIPPINGS, AND PHOTOCOPIES OF CLIPPINGS

box 676

UNPROCESSED NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINE CLIPPINGS, AND PHOTOCOPIES OF CLIPPINGS

box 677

UNPROCESSED NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINE CLIPPINGS, AND PHOTOCOPIES OF CLIPPINGS

box 678

UNPROCESSED NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINE CLIPPINGS, AND PHOTOCOPIES OF CLIPPINGS

box 679

UNPROCESSED NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINE CLIPPINGS, AND PHOTOCOPIES OF CLIPPINGS

box 680

UNPROCESSED NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINE CLIPPINGS, AND PHOTOCOPIES OF CLIPPINGS

box 681

UNPROCESSED NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINE CLIPPINGS, AND PHOTOCOPIES OF CLIPPINGS

box 682

UNPROCESSED NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINE CLIPPINGS, AND PHOTOCOPIES OF CLIPPINGS

box 683

UNPROCESSED NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINE CLIPPINGS, AND PHOTOCOPIES OF CLIPPINGS

box 684

UNPROCESSED NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINE CLIPPINGS, AND PHOTOCOPIES OF CLIPPINGS

box 685

UNPROCESSED NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINE CLIPPINGS, AND PHOTOCOPIES OF CLIPPINGS

box 686

UNPROCESSED NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINE CLIPPINGS, AND PHOTOCOPIES OF CLIPPINGS

box 687

ADDRESS LABEL MASTERS FOR MAILING LIST

Scope and Contents note

Probably for Workers Age.
box 688

MEMORABILIA 1909-1976

Scope and Contents note

Scrapbook of clippings, delegate badges, plaque and certificate awarded to Jay Lovestone, etc.
box 688

Award to Jay Lovestone from the Council Against Communist Agression 1975 September 13

 

Business record book 1929-1932

 

Chart, "Results of Reorganization in the Workers (Communist) Party of America, " 1925-1926

 

Delegate badge to National Farmer-Labor-Progressive Convention, St. Paul, Minnesota 1924 June 17-20

 

Delegate badge to Workers Communist Party of America, National Convention 1929 February

 

Folder of charts and graphs entitled "To Catch Up With and Overcome in Technical-Economic Aspects the Leading Capitalist Countries in Ten Years"

Language of Material: Russian.
 

Plaque made of Russian range finder plate taken from equipment used by Syrian Forces on Golan Heights, awarded to Jay Lovestone by Histadrut, Israel 1973 October

 

Recognition of Russia circa 1926

Scope and Contents note

Printed photocopy of correspondence.
 

Scrapbook of clippings of newspaper column by Jay Lovestone entitled "At First Glance," from Workers Age, 1938 October 8 - 1939 October 27

 

Scrapbooks of clippings and leaflets on the American Socialist Party

Scope and Contents note

Probably compiled by C. E. Ruthenberg.
 

1909-1910

 

1910-1911

 

1912-1914

 

1915

 

DAMAGED MATERIAL

Scope and Contents note

Consists of papers removed from the collection because of fragile and poor condition. Photocopies of this material have been filed throughout the collection in the folders from which the originals were withdrawn.
box 689

DAMAGED MATERIAL

box 690

DAMAGED MATERIAL

box 691

DAMAGED MATERIAL

box 692

DAMAGED MATERIAL

box 693

DAMAGED MATERIAL

box 694

DAMAGED MATERIAL

box 695

DAMAGED MATERIAL

art racks

MAP

Scope and Contents note

Original AFL-CIO map of slave labor camps in Russia.
art racks

Original AFL-CIO Map Of Slave Labor Camps In Russia

tape cabinet

SOUND RECORDINGS 1952, undated

Scope and Contents note

Speeches by Jay Lovestone and Irving Brown.
tape cabinet

Brown, Irving, "As We See It," speech undated

Access

Use copy reference number: 75091_a_0005861

Scope and Contents note

Brown describes the labor union movement in Europe.
 

Lovestone, Jay, speech circa 1952 April 28

Access

Use copy reference number: 75091_a_0005860

Scope and Contents note

Lovestone speaks to a labor-friendly crowd about the labor movement. Included in his remarks is how labor relates to the American experience, how it fits into other national experiences, and comments about the Soviet Union.
photo file

PHOTOGRAPHS circa 1908-1974

Scope and Contents note

559 prints, 3 slides, 33 postcards, and 10 negatives depicting Jay Lovestone and others.
envelope A

12 prints of Jay Lovestone; 1 print of Charles Zimmerman; 5 prints of Jay Lovestone and others; 3 prints of David Dubinsky; 3 prints of Jay Lovestone and Luigi Antonini; 4 prints of Jay Lovestone and David Dubinsky; 3 street scenes; 1 print of Jay Lovestone and others circa 1910, 1925-1935

envelope B

8 prints at political picnic (5 with Jay Lovestone as speaker); 2 prints of Max Bedacht, Ann Damon, C. E. Ruthenberg, William Z. Foster, and Jay Lovestone; 1 print of Jay Lovestone and Ella Wolfe; 2 prints of a Sacco-Vanzetti Demonstration circa 1924-1925, 1930 August 22

envelope C

12 prints of Jay Lovestone and others circa 1932

envelope D

1 print of Workers School (Jay Lovestone, Jack Stachel, William Weinstone, Bertram Wolfe, Herbert Zam, Ben Davidson, Rose Goldberg, Minnie Lurie, and Miriam Zam); 1 print of Jay Lovestone, Bertram Wolfe, and others circa 1929

envelope E

20 prints of Jay Lovestone; 3 negatives circa 1925-1935

envelope F

1 print of Jay Lovestone, William Munger, Irving Brown, Bertram Wolfe, and Ben Davidson; 1 print of Jay Lovestone, William Munger, Irving Brown, and Ben Davidson; 1 print of William Munger; 8 prints taken of street scenes in Berlin by Nicholas Dozenberg; 1 print of Ellis Chryssos; 1 print of early Bolshevik leaders in Russia including V. I. Lenin and Iurii Martov circa 1931, 1936

envelope G

3 prints of Irving Brown, Jay Lovestone, and others; 5 prints of Irving Brown; 1 print of Irving Brown and Guilio Pastore; 1 print of Irving Brown, Michael Ross, J. H. Oldenbroek, Elmer Cope, and George Meany; 1 print of Irving Brown, George Meany, and Arthur Deakin; 2 prints of Irving Brown and others

envelope H

3 prints of Jay Lovestone, Harry Goldberg, and Middle Eastern labor leaders; 8 prints of Jay Lovestone and others at the American Institute for Free Labor Development; 3 prints of Jay Lovestone and others 1962, 1971, 1974

envelope I

3 prints of Jay Lovestone, President and Mrs. Richard M. Nixon, and others; 2 prints of Jay Lovestone and others; 1 print of Jay Lovestone, David Dubinsky, and others; 15 prints of Harry and Rose Goldberg, Mr. and Mrs. George Meany, David Dubinsky, and Italian labor leaders; 5 prints of Harry and Rose Goldberg; 2 prints of Harry Goldberg 1955 June

envelope J

56 prints of and by Elfriede Thiemann

envelope K

14 prints of Jay Lovestone; 2 prints of Jay Lovestone and others aboard the Queen Mary; 4 prints of Jay Lovestone and others aboard the Queen Elizabeth; 8 prints of meeting of labor leaders, London (Jay Lovestone, George Meany, Matthew Woll, William Green, David Dubinsky, and others); 1 print of George Meany; 1 print of Jay Lovestone and others circa 1955, 1960

envelope L

2 prints of Jay Lovestone and others at International Confederation of Trade Unions Congress in Stockholm; 1 print of Averell Harriman and others at ICFTU Congress; 1 print of Jay Lovestone, Averell Harriman, and others; 1 print of Jay Lovestone and others, Tokyo; 6 prints of Jay Lovestone and Ludwig Rosenberg, Berlin; 1 print of Jay Lovestone, Georg Leber, and others, Berlin; 1 print of Jay Lovestone 1949, 1953 July, 1966, 1968

envelope M

3 prints of Jay Lovestone; 1 print of Jay Lovestone and George Meany; 2 prints of Jay Lovestone, George Meany and Konrad Andenauer, Germany; 2 prints of Ludwig Erhardt; 1 print of Jay Lovestone, Klaus Dohrn, and Pope Pius XII; 1 print of Jay Lovestone, David Dubinsky, and Irving Brown at the Vatican 1955, 1965, 1966, 1971

envelope N

1 print of Jay Lovestone and George Meany; 1 print of Jay Lovestone, George Meany, and others; 5 prints of Jay Lovestone and others; 1 print of Jay Lovestone, George Meany, Dean Rusk, and others; 1 print of Jay Lovestone, George Meany, and Willy Brandt; 1 print of Jay Lovestone and others, Los Angeles; 1 print of Jay Lovestone 1963, 1971

envelope O

8 prints of a political gathering with Jay Lovestone, Louis Fraina, Charles Zimmerman, and others; 5 prints of Jay Lovestone and others; 4 prints of Jay Lovestone and John Brophy; 1 print of John Brophy and unidentified man; 2 prints of union meeting circa 1935

envelope P

10 prints of Jay Lovestone (proofs)

envelope Q

2 prints of Norman Tallentire; 1 print of Norman Tallentire and others; 9 prints of scenes of Lansing, Michigan, "Labor Holiday;" 1 print of Jay Lovestone and others; 1 print of Jay Lovestone and Norman Thomas 1937 June 7

envelope R

4 prints of Tom Mooney; 1 print of Warren Billings; 1 print of Tom Mooney with police; 1 print of Eugene Debs on "Debs for President" train; 3 prints of Tom Mooney on "Debs for President" train, possibly campaign 1908

envelope S

1 print of Alexandra Kollontai and large gathering (possibly Russian political meeting); 11 prints of Jay Lovestone; 1 print of C. E. Ruthenberg; 1 print of Alexander Bittelman, William Z. Foster, and James P. Cannon circa 1924-1925

envelope T

9 prints of Esther Mendelssohn; 7 prints of unidentified woman

envelope U

4 prints of Jay Lovestone and others; 2 prints of Jay Lovestone and others at United Nations Tunisian reception; 2 pages of proofs of Jay Lovestone and others; 5 prints of Jay Lovestone and others; 2 prints of Jay Lovestone and others at Armed Forces Information School 1953, 1957

envelope V

3 prints of Phan Quang Dan; 2 prints of Matthew Woll, Jay Lovestone, and others; 1 print of Yerucham Meshel and Jay Lovestone; 2 prints of Jay Lovestone and others; 1 print of Seiji Amaike and George Meany; 4 prints of Jay Lovestone, Willy Brandt, street scene of Berlin, Jay Lovestone addressing crowd in Berlin; 1 print of Jay Lovestone addressing convention breakfast 1962, 1964, 1969

envelope W

7 prints of Jay Lovestone and others; 1 print of Jay Lovestone and others; 1 print of General George C. Marshall, Chou En-lai, Chu Teh, Chang Chi-chung, Mao Tse-tung, and Lin Tsu-hau; 2 prints of Harry Bridges and others; 1 print of President Franklin D. Roosevelt and others; 1 print and caption of Ghanian prisoners

envelope X

9 prints of recipients of CARE packages; 1 print of map of China; 11 prints of scenes in Russia; 9 negatives of scenes in Russia circa 1946

envelope Y

36 prints of Jay Lovestone; 1 print of Dean of Canterbury Hewlett Johnson and Jay Lovestone; 1 print of Hewlett Johnson and others; 1 print of Rafael Carrillo; 1 print of Diego Rivera and others; 11 scenes of Mexico; 1 print of wrecked airplane; 3 prints of Ella Wolfe; 1 print of Jay Lovestone and others circa 1923

envelope Z

15 unidentified prints; 4 prints of Elsie Ruak and others, Hamburg; 1 print of Natalie Davies; 1 print of Edna Brand Mann; 1 print of Johannes Mihkelson; 2 prints of Jay Lovestone and unidentified man 1946

envelope AA

34 postcards

Scope and Contents note

1 of Leon Trotsky; 1 of I. T. Smilga; 2 printed by the Communist Party, Zurich; 1 of the home of V. I. Lenin in Zurich; 4 of scenes in Canada; 5 of scenes in Long Island; 1 of a scene in Colorado; 4 of scenes in New Mexico; 1 of scene in Germany, and 14 of scenes in Romania.
envelope BB

16 prints of scenes in Romania

envelope CC

3 slides of Jay Lovestone; 1 print of Jay Lovestone; 1 negative of Jay Lovestone; 1 print of unidentified group of people (possibly taken in Moscow of Communist Youth Group)

envelope DD

26 prints (possibly Moscow)

envelope EE

28 unidentified prints

envelope mFF

2 prints of Charles Hueber(?) 1929

envelope mGG

1 print of Francis Biddle; 1 print of Lansing, Michigan, "Labor Holiday;" 2 prints of unidentified woman 1937 June 7, 1942

envelope mHH

1 print of Jan Masaryk

envelope mII

1 print of Nicolai Bukharin

envelope mJJ

1 unidentified print (family portrait)

envelope mKK

1 print of Summer Labor Institute, World Labor Co-Operation, (Jay Lovestone and others) 1938 June 23

envelope LL

12 prints depicting scenes of daily life in Germany 1947

envelope MM

2 prints of AFL meeting 1951

envelope NN

3 prints of Harry and Rose Goldberg at a cultural conference in Bombay, India, also depicting Bombay mayor S. K. Patil, Wystan Hugh Auden, Mr. and Mrs. Burnham, S. R. Mohan Das, Salvador de Madariaga, Julius Margolin, M. R. Masani, Asoka Mehta, Denis de Rougemont, Stephen Spender, and Norman Thomas 1951, March 28-31

envelope OO

2 prints of Harry and Rose Goldberg at a meeting of the Automobile Workers Union, INTUC, Bombay, India 1951 April 13

envelope PP

2 prints (and 4 duplicates) of Harry and Rose Goldberg at the headquarters of the P.B.K.A. Workers Trade Union, Bandung, Indonesia 1951 November 3

envelope QQ

5 prints (and 9 duplicates) of Anna Kethly and others undated

envelope RR-WW

Approximately 200 prints, negatives, and postcards, including of Jay Lovestone (unsorted)

Scope and Contents note

See Box 754.
 

[Material received after completion of register to Boxes 1-695]

Scope and Contents note

The Hoover Institution Library & Archives acquired the main body of its Jay Lovestone papers in 1975. However, smaller additions to the collection continued to be received throughout Lovestone's life and, via his estate, after his death in 1990. The Register to the Jay Lovestone papers was completed in 1980 and covers all material received up to that time: Boxes 1-695, plus considerable audiovisual material. That Register remains the principal overall description of the Lovestone papers and should first be consulted by the researcher.
This Addendum covers the materials in Boxes 696-899, received after completion of the Register. As might be expected, these materials date disproportionately from the later years of Lovestone's life, but they include much earlier material as well. Most of the pre-1980 material represented in the Addendum is certainly unique within the collection. However, because of multiple copies of some items or presence of both originals and photocopies of others, there are undoubtedly some instances of duplication between material in the main part of the papers and that covered by the Addendum. It was not practicable to search systematically for possible duplication of each item in the Addendum materials, and no attempt was made to do so. The researcher is alerted accordingly.

General note

Other pseudonyms that may appear in this collection include "E. F.," "Ed Five," and "Ed Fisher," all of which are believed to be pseudonyms of Leonid Belsky, and "Y. F.," believed to be a pseudonym of I. E. Ferguson. The pseudonym "Comrade F." appears to depend on context, and may mean either Ferguson or Fraina.
 

CORRESPONDENCE 1920-1989

Scope and Contents note

Arranged alphabetically by name of correspondent.
 

General

box 696, folder 1

1936

box 696, folder 2

1941-1948

box 696, folder 3

1950-1959

box 696, folder 4

1960-1969

box 696, folder 5

1970-1979

box 696, folder 6

1980-1989

box 696, folder 7

1980s, undated

box 697, folder 1

AFL-CIO 1956-1987

box 697, folder 2

Abdelali, Abderrahman B. 1955-1964

box 697, folder 3

Abramovich, Rafail 1951

box 697, folder 4

Acheson, Dean 1960-1961

box 697, folder 5

Adenauer, Konrad 1955-1966

box 697, folder 6

Alexander, Robert J. 1978-1983

box 697, folder 7

All Pakistan Confederation of Labour 1952

box 697, folder 8

Allen, Will 1945

box 697, folder 9

Allott, Gordon 1960

box 697, folder 10

Amalgamated Union of Engineering Workers 1973

box 697, folder 11

American Federation of Labor 1951-1955

box 697, folder 12

American Foundation for the Blind 1967-1982

box 697, folder 13

American Institute for Free Labor Development 1973-1978

box 697, folder 14

Amnesty International 1978

box 697, folder 15

Andrews, Richard H. 1962

box 697, folder 16

Andrews, Sarainne 1955-1977

box 697, folder 17

Angleton, James and Cicely 1978-1988

box 697, folder 18

Arden House Conference on Science and Labor 1983

box 697, folder 19

Armstrong, Hamilton Fish 1958

box 697, folder 20

Army War College 1952

box 697, folder 21

Ashton, D. L. W. 1972

box 697, folder 22

Asian-American Free Labor Institute 1973-1974

box 697, folder 23

Atlantic Council 1972-1989

box 697, folder 24

Aulnay, Jacques and Sheila d' 1976-1987

box 697, folder 25

Australian Association for Cultural Freedom 1969

box 697, folder 26

Ba Tun 1961

box 697, folder 27

Balfour, Natalie 1984-1988

box 697, folder 28

Bang-Jensen, Helen 1959-1960

box 697, folder 29

Barth, Heinz 1974-1979

box 697, folder 30

Barton, Paul 1969-1973

box 697, folder 31

Barwald, Helmut F. 1973

box 698, folder 1

Beichman, Arnold 1981-1982

box 698, folder 2

Berman, Paul 1988

box 698, folder 3

Bernard, Viola W. 1938-1965

box 698, folder 4

Bill, James A. 1978-1979

box 698, folder 5

Billick, Anita C. 1981-1988

box 698, folder 6

Bluestein, Abe 1976

box 698, folder 7

Bolcsfoldi, Andor 1978

box 698, folder 8

Borochowicz, Elly 1953-1986

box 698, folder 9

Borochowicz, Leo 1952

box 698, folder 10

Brandel, Kuno 1963

box 698, folder 11

Brandt, Willy 1936-1966

box 698, folder 12

Brentano, Heinrich von 1955-1963

box 698, folder 13

Brewer, Roy M. 1977-1978

box 698, folder 14

Brod, Mario Emmanuel 1972

box 698, folder 15

Brombart, David 1978-1985

box 698, folder 16

Brophy, John 1937

box 698, folder 17

Brown, George 1955-1956

box 698, folder 18

Brown, Irving 1947-1981

box 698, folder 19

Brown, William Montgomery 1930

box 698, folder 20

Bruce, David 1952

box 698, folder 21

Bruegel, John W. 1958-1978

box 698, folder 22

Bryant, Farris 1962

box 698, folder 23

Buckley, William F. 1955

box 698, folder 24

Bunche, Ralph J. 1967

box 698, folder 25

Bundy, William P. 1966-1977

box 698, folder 26

Burke, Arleigh 1952-1969

box 698, folder 27

Business Week 1956

box 699, folder 1

Caffery, Jefferson 1948-1951

box 699, folder 2

Callesen, Gerd 1987

box 699, folder 3

Carney, Jack 1952-1955

box 699, folder 4

Chaikin, Sol C. 1977-1985

box 699, folder 5

Chakravarty, B. N. 1962

box 699, folder 6

Chelli, Zouhaier 1956

box 699, folder 7

Chen Chih-mai 1954-1955

box 699, folder 8

Cherne, Leo 1961

box 699, folder 9

Chudnovsky, David and Gregory 1979-1984

box 699, folder 10

Ciolkosz, Adam 1972

box 699, folder 11

City College of New York 1961-1989

box 699, folder 12

Clark, Mark W. 1945-1960

box 699, folder 13

Clay, Lucius D. 1949-1977

box 699, folder 14

Cleveland, Harlan 1982

box 699, folder 15

Cole, Helen Grady 1963-1971

box 699, folder 16

Colson, Charles W. 1970-1972

box 699, folder 17

Committee for the Free World 1980-1986

box 699, folder 18

Committee on the Present Danger 1976-1988

box 699, folder 19

Conte, Silvio O. 1960

box 699, folder 20

Correll, John Franklin 1974

box 699, folder 21

Coste, Brutus 1968-1979

 

Council on Foreign Relations

box 699, folder 22

1952-1982

box 700, folder 1

1983-1989

box 700, folder 2

Cramer, Ernst 1976-1978

box 700, folder 3

Cuito, Amadeo 1966

box 700, folder 4

Cuneo, Ernest L. 1955-1986

box 700, folder 5

Curtis, Thomas B. 1959

box 700, folder 6

Das, S. R. Mohan 1958-1980

box 700, folder 7

Davies, Natalie R. 1947-1951

box 700, folder 8

Dennen, Leon 1951

box 700, folder 9

Deutsche Angestellten-Gewerkschaft 1960

box 700, folder 10

Deutscher Gewerkschaftsbund 1955-1981

box 700, folder 11

Deutschkron, Inge 1979

box 700, folder 12

Deverall, Richard L. G. 1950-1957

box 700, folder 13

Dodd, Thomas J. 1961

box 700, folder 14

Dohrn, Klaus 1953-1979

box 701, folder 1

Donahue, Thomas R. 1980-1987

box 701, folder 2

Donovan, William J. 1955

box 701, folder 3

Dorn, William Jennings Bryan 1960

box 701, folder 4

Douglas, Paul H. 1949-1960

box 701, folder 5

Dozenberg, Nicholas 1925-1931

box 701, folder 6

Driscoll, John J. 1978

box 701, folder 7

Dubinsky, David 1952-1970

box 701, folder 8

Dulles, Allen W. 1954-1963

box 701, folder 9

Durbrow, Elbridge 1977-1978

box 701, folder 10

East-West Round Table 1982-1986

box 701, folder 11

Eban, Abba 1964

box 701, folder 12

Economist 1956-1977

box 701, folder 13

Eiran, Amos 1974-1982

box 701, folder 14

Emmet, Christopher T. 1955

box 701, folder 15

Erler, Fritz 1959

box 701, folder 16

Ernst, Robbi G. W. 1980-1981

box 701, folder 17

Euler, F. 1978

box 701, folder 18

Feuer, Lewis S. 1978-1982

box 701, folder 19

Fiester, Kenneth 1955-1963

box 701, folder 20

Fisher, John M. 1961-1984

box 701, folder 21

Fitzgerald, F. Scott 1935

box 701, folder 22

Flannery, Harry W. 1954

box 701, folder 23

Fontaine, André 1977

box 701, folder 24

Force Ouvrière 1973-1974

box 701, folder 25

Foreign Affairs Research Institute 1977-1979

box 701, folder 26

France, Ministère de la Justice 1959

box 701, folder 27

Freedoms Foundation 1978-1982

box 701, folder 28

Frey, John P. 1942-1955

box 701, folder 29

Friedel, Samuel N. 1960

box 701, folder 30

Friedman, Robert I. 1987

box 701, folder 31

Front de Libération Nationale (Algeria) 1956-1963

box 701, folder 32

Fulbright, J. William 1966

box 701, folder 33

Fulton, James G. 1955-1956

box 701, folder 34

Gaitskell, Hugh 1958

box 701, folder 35

Gallois, Pierre M. 1963

box 701, folder 36

Gehlen, Reinhard 1951-1977

box 701, folder 37

Geissler, Eva undated

box 701, folder 38

Geissler, Lu 1925-1936

box 702, folder 1

General Motors Corporation 1981

box 702, folder 2

George Meany Center for Labor Studies 1979-1987

box 702, folder 3

Germany (West) Botschaft, United States 1961-1974

box 702, folder 4

Gershman, Carl 1978-1979

box 702, folder 5

Gilbert, Robert W. 1955

box 702, folder 6

Godson, Joseph 1969

box 702, folder 7

Godson, Roy 1975

box 702, folder 8

Goldberg, Arthur J. 1942-1961

box 702, folder 9

Goldberg, Harry 1951-1967

box 702, folder 10

Good, Dale E. 1969-1985

box 702, folder 11

Gorman, Patrick E. 1974

box 702, folder 12

Gottschalk, Ellen 1956

box 702, folder 13

Gould, Richard 1977

box 702, folder 14

Gould, William B. 1982

box 702, folder 15

Graham, Philip L. 1955

box 702, folder 16

Gruenther, Alfred M. 1947-1956

box 702, folder 17

Guttenberg, Karl Theodor, Prinz zu 1970-1971

box 702, folder 18

Habsburg, Otto von 1962

box 702, folder 19

Hagnauer, Roger 1955

box 702, folder 20

Haig, Alexander M. 1972-1982

box 702, folder 21

Hallstein, Walter 1963

box 702, folder 22

Halpern, Seymour 1960

box 702, folder 23

Hammarskjöld, Dag 1956

box 702, folder 24

Hapgood, Powers 1930

box 702, folder 25

Harriman, W. Averell 1948-1963

box 702, folder 26

Haskins, Loyd A. 1965-1967

box 702, folder 27

Haya de la Torre, Victor 1958

 

Heine, Fritz

box 702, folder 28

1952-1962

box 702, folder 29

1973-1979

box 702, folder 30

1980-1981

box 702, folder 31

1982-1984

box 703, folder 1

Hemphill, Robert W. 1960

box 703, folder 2

Henderson, Loy W. 1956

box 703, folder 3

Herling, John 1955

box 703, folder 4

Hillenkoetter, R. H. 1955-1974

box 703, folder 5

Histadrut 1963-1974

box 703, folder 6

Hochberg, Isadore 1923-1926

box 703, folder 7

Hoover, J. Edgar 1954-1956

box 703, folder 8

Humphrey, Hubert H. 1955-1968

box 703, folder 9

Huyn, Hans, Graf 1978-1982

box 703, folder 10

Ilan, Ben-Zion 1964

box 703, folder 11

Independent Labor League of America circa 1937

box 703, folder 12

Industrial College of the Armed Forces 1976-1978

box 703, folder 13

Industrial Relations Research Association 1956-1957

box 703, folder 14

Institute for Plural Societies 1978

box 703, folder 15

International Confederation of Arab Trade-Unions 1960-1961

box 703, folder 16

International Confederation of Free Trade Unions 1961-1970

box 703, folder 17

International Conference in Honor of Andrei Sakharov 1980-1981

box 703, folder 18

International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union 1947-1986

box 703, folder 19

International Rescue Committee 1977

box 703, folder 20

Italian American Labor Council 1977-1984

box 703, folder 21

Italy. Consolato Generale (New York, N.Y.) 1962

box 703, folder 22

Jackson, C. D. 1951

box 703, folder 23

Jackson, Henry M. 1971-1980

box 703, folder 24

Jakstas, Virginia 1981

box 703, folder 25

Japanese Confederation of Labor 1960-1969

box 703, folder 26

Javits, Jacob K. 1959-1972

box 703, folder 27

Jessup, John K. 1960

box 703, folder 28

Jewish Daily Forward 1974-1977

box 703, folder 29

Johnson, Lyndon B. 1962

box 703, folder 30

Judd, Walter H. 1955

box 704, folder 1

Kahn, Tom 1976-1981

box 704, folder 2

Keat, Stephen K. 1981

box 704, folder 3

Keating, Kenneth B. 1960

box 704, folder 4

Kennedy, Robert F. 1963-1966

box 704, folder 5

Kersten, Otto 1970-1974

box 704, folder 6

Kethly, Anna 1959-1974

box 704, folder 7

Khan, Zafulla 1961-1962

box 704, folder 8

Kiesinger, Kurt Georg 1970

box 704, folder 9

Kirkland, Lane 1978-1986

box 704, folder 10

Kirsch, Henry 1967

box 704, folder 11

Kissinger, Henry A. 1958-1977

box 704, folder 12

Klehr, Harvey 1980

box 704, folder 13

Knowland, William F. 1955

box 704, folder 14

Koevago, Joseph 1957

box 704, folder 15

Kraemer, Fritz G. A. 1963-1986.

Scope and Contents note

Includes correspondence with others relating to dinners in honor of Kraemer.
box 704, folder 16

Kreindler, Hannah 1977-1979

box 704, folder 17

Kreisky, Bruno 1961-1963

box 704, folder 18

Krock, Arthur 1956

box 704, folder 19

Labin, Edouard 1952

box 704, folder 20

La Dany, L. 1963

box 704, folder 21

Larkin, Anne 1955

box 704, folder 22

Lash, Joseph P. 1979

box 704, folder 23

Leber, Georg 1963-1982

box 704, folder 24

Lecoeur, Auguste undated

box 704, folder 25

Lee, Ernest S. 1956-1984

box 704, folder 26

Lewis, David Levering 1979-1980

box 704, folder 27

Lewis, Flora 1987

box 704, folder 28

Lewis, Marx 1969

box 704, folder 29

Liebstein, A. Morris 1959

box 704, folder 30

Limb, Ben C. 1952

box 704, folder 31

Lindblom, Olavi 1956-1974

box 704, folder 32

Livingston, Sidney 1970-1980

box 704, folder 33

Lodge, Henry Cabot 1960-1964

box 704, folder 34

Loeb, William 1959

box 704, folder 35

Lombardo, Ivan Matteo 1961

box 704, folder 36

Lübke, Heinrich 1964

box 704, folder 37

McDowell, Arthur G. 1955

box 704, folder 38

Magnuson, Don 1960

box 704, folder 39

Makarios, Archbishop 1964

box 704, folder 40

Maluleke, J. T. 1960-1961

box 704, folder 41

Mandel, Benjamin 1954-1969

box 704, folder 42

Mann, Edna Brand 1920-1975

box 705, folder 1

Mann, Harvey T. 1945

box 705, folder 2

Markus-Verlag 1970

box 705, folder 3

Martin, David 1955-1978

box 705, folder 4

Matis, Esther 1923-1930

box 705, folder 5

Matis, Nina 1966

box 705, folder 6

Matis, Robert 1976

box 705, folder 7

Matthews, J. B. 1956

box 705, folder 8

Mboya, Tom J. 1961

box 705, folder 9

Meany, George 1951-1979

 

Mendelssohn, Esther

box 705, folder 10

1924-1929

box 705, folder 11

1930-1936

box 705, folder 12

1947-1972

Scope and Contents note

Includes correspondence with others relating to financial affairs of Esther Mendelssohn.
box 705, folder 13

Undated

box 706, folder 1

Mihajlov, Mihajlo 1972-1988

box 706, folder 2

Mihkelson, Johannes 1948-1980

box 706, folder 3

Montana, Vanni 1977-1979

box 706, folder 4

Mooney, Thomas J. 1933

box 706, folder 5

Moore, Walden 1971

box 706, folder 6

Morris, Louise Page 1950-1986

box 706, folder 7

Morris, Robert 1948

box 706, folder 8

Morris, S. P. 1952

box 706, folder 9

Morrissey, Francis Xavier 1984-1985

box 706, folder 10

Moynihan, Daniel P. 1975-1980

box 706, folder 11

Mundt, Karl E. 1955

box 706, folder 12

Murphy, Robert D. 1952-1957

box 706, folder 13

Naguib, Mohammed 1954

box 706, folder 14

Nagy, Ernest A. and Helen 1962-1984

box 706, folder 15

Nasser, Gamal Abdel 1955

box 706, folder 16

National Committee against the Treaty of Moscow 1963

box 706, folder 17

National Planning Association 1976

box 706, folder 18

National Strategy Information Center 1973-1979

box 706, folder 19

National War College 1952-1966

box 706, folder 20

Negotiation Institute 1979

box 706, folder 21

Nehru, B. K. 1962

box 706, folder 22

Nehru, Jawaharlal 1956

box 706, folder 23

Nelson, Roger B. 1970

box 706, folder 24

Nishio, Harry 1953

box 706, folder 25

Nixon, Richard M. 1958-1973

box 706, folder 26

Norstad, Lauris 1960

box 706, folder 27

Novik, M. S. 1955-1979

box 706, folder 28

Observer (London) 1979

box 706, folder 29

Occidental Petroleum Corporation 1982

box 706, folder 30

O'Connor, Harvey 1926

box 706, folder 31

O'Konski, Alvin E. 1960

box 706, folder 32

Ollenhauer, Erich 1959

box 706, folder 33

Ontario Educational Communications Authority 1977-1979

box 706, folder 34

Orfila, Alejandro 1974

box 706, folder 35

Ormandy, Eugene 1958

box 706, folder 36

Österreichischer Gewerkschaftsbund 1957

box 707, folder 1

Pachachi, Adnan 1961

box 707, folder 2

Parker, Dean 1987

box 707, folder 3

Peretz, Martin 1978

box 707, folder 4

Perlman, Mark undated

box 707, folder 5

Phan Quang Dan 1964-1988

box 707, folder 6

Pipes, Richard 1980

box 707, folder 7

Pissas, Michael N. 1960

box 707, folder 8

Policy Review 1977-1984

box 707, folder 9

Polier, Justine 1938-1942

box 707, folder 10

Poole, Harry R. 1978

box 707, folder 11

Pope Generoso 1943-1978

box 707, folder 12

Proxmire, William 1960

box 707, folder 13

Pumpkin Papers Irregulars 1979

box 707, folder 14

Putz, Karl Heinz 1977-1978

box 707, folder 15

Radford, Arthur W. 1961-1962

box 707, folder 16

Reader's Digest 1973

box 707, folder 17

Reagan, Ronald 1982-1987

box 707, folder 18

Riordan, J. M. 1961

box 707, folder 19

Rivera, Diego 1940-1941

box 707, folder 20

Robinson, Archie 1977

box 707, folder 21

Rodino, Peter W. 1960

box 707, folder 22

Romualdi, Serafino 1953

box 707, folder 23

Rostow, Eugene V. 1977-1980

box 707, folder 24

Rostow, W. W. 1966

box 707, folder 25

Rowny, Edward L. 1974-1981

box 707, folder 26

Roy, Samaren 1983

box 707, folder 27

Rozek, Edward J. 1976-1985

box 707, folder 28

Ruane, Rosemary 1964-1987

box 707, folder 29

Ruhnau, Heinz 1977-1978

box 707, folder 30

Rusher, William A. 1956-1978

box 707, folder 31

Rusk, Dean 1962

box 707, folder 32

Russell, Richard B. 1960

box 707, folder 33

Rutz, Henry 1968

box 707, folder 34

Sanders, Sol W. 1977-1982

box 707, folder 35

Schiller, Leonard and Natasha 1979-1985

box 707, folder 36

Schlesinger, James R. 1977-1979

box 707, folder 37

Schurr, Sam H. and Beatrice 1930-1986

box 707, folder 38

Seewald Verlag 1973

box 708, folder 1

Sevela, Ephraim 1978

box 708, folder 2

Shadduck, Glenn 1936

box 708, folder 3

Shakrani, Ali 1967

box 708, folder 4

Shanker, Albert 1979

box 708, folder 5

Silver Crater Mines 1956

box 708, folder 6

Singh, Ram 1959-1973

box 708, folder 7

Sironi, Luigi 1973-1974

box 708, folder 8

Slienger, Carl 1982

box 708, folder 9

Social Democrats, U.S.A. 1977-1982

box 708, folder 10

Sociedadas Hispanas Confederadas 1962

box 708, folder 11

Solzhenitsyn, Aleksandr 1977

box 708, folder 12

Soustelle, Jacques 1956

box 708, folder 13

Southern African Freedom Foundation 1978

box 708, folder 14

Sparkman, John 1951

box 708, folder 15

Springer, Axel 1978

box 708, folder 16

Springer, William L. 1960

box 708, folder 17

Springer-Kemp, Maida 1961-1977

box 708, folder 18

Stack, W. B. 1969

box 708, folder 19

Stahl, Walter 1962

box 708, folder 20

Stevenson, Adlai E. 1955-1963

box 708, folder 21

Stolt, Richard G. 1959

box 708, folder 22

Storti, Bruno 1966

box 708, folder 23

Stulberg, Louis and Bebe 1971-1977

box 708, folder 24

Sullivan, William C. 1969

box 708, folder 25

Symington, Stuart 1960

box 708, folder 26

Szelig, Imre 1957

box 708, folder 27

Taft, Philip and Theresa 1970-1977

box 708, folder 28

Tamiment Institute 1956

box 708, folder 29

Tanzer, Lilli 1983

box 708, folder 30

Tehas, Virginia 1961-1984

 

Thiemann, Elfriede

box 708, folder 31

1962-1965

box 708, folder 32

1966

box 708, folder 33

1967

box 709, folder 1

1968-1970

box 709, folder 2

1971-1988

box 709, folder 3

Thomas, Norman 1931-1956

box 709, folder 4

Tiro, Hasan M. di 1955

box 709, folder 5

Tochitch, Desimir 1969

box 709, folder 6

Tripathi, S. K. 1977

box 709, folder 7

Truman, Harry S. 1959-1962

box 709, folder 8

Tsiang, Tingfu F. 1953-1964

box 709, folder 9

Tütsch, Hans E. 1977-1985

box 709, folder 10

Tyler, Gus 1955-1979

box 709, folder 11

Tyson, James L. 1979

box 709, folder 12

Ulam, Adam B. 1978

 

Unidentified (surnames unknown)

box 709, folder 13

Alleyne 1931

box 710

Freddie

box 710, folder 1

1940-1944 September

box 710, folder 2

1944 October-December

box 710, folder 3

1945 January-April

box 710, folder 4

1945 May - 1947, undated

box 710, folder 5

Joan 1938

box 711, folder 1

Nellie 1926-1931

box 711, folder 2

Union General de Trabajadores 1986

box 711, folder 3

Unione Italiana del Lavoro 1966

box 711, folder 4

United Nations 1963-1976

box 711, folder 5

United States, Department of Labor 1964-1979

box 711, folder 6

United States, Department of State 1949-1984

box 711, folder 7

United States, Federal Bureau of Investigation 1955

box 711, folder 8

United States, Immigration and Naturalization Service 1978

box 711, folder 9

United States, Selective Service System 1942

box 711, folder 10

United States Information Agency 1956-1984

box 711, folder 11

Utechin, S. V. 1962

box 711, folder 12

Vance, Cyrus 1978

box 711, folder 13

Vietnamese Confederation of Labor 1974

box 711, folder 14

Walsh, F. P. 1959

box 711, folder 15

Walter, Francis E. 1959

box 711, folder 16

Ware, Chris 1923

box 711, folder 17

Weiner, Herbert E. 1961-1985

box 711, folder 18

Weissel, William 1959-1974

box 711, folder 19

Williams, Harrison 1955

box 711, folder 20

Wilson, Harold 1963

box 711, folder 21

Windmiller, Marshall 1956

box 711, folder 22

Windmuller, John P. 1955-1974

box 711, folder 23

Wittfogel, Karl A. 1954

box 711, folder 24

Wittgenstein, Casimir, Prince 1973

box 711, folder 25

Wolfe, Bertram D. 1971-1977

 

Wolfe, Ella

box 711, folder 26

1920-1928

box 712, folder 1

1929-1985, undated

box 712, folder 2

Woll, Matthew 1951

box 712, folder 3

Workers Defense League 1957

box 712, folder 4

Worthington, Peter 1981

box 712, folder 5

Yaker, Mary 1981

box 712, folder 6

Young, Milton R. 1960

box 712, folder 7

Zimmerman, Charles S. 1961-1978

box 712, folder 8

Zimmerman, Paul undated

 

SPEECHES AND WRITINGS 1917-1985

Scope and Contents note

Speeches and writings of Jay Lovestone, arranged chronologically. Includes a few items of uncertain authorship.
box 712, folder 9

Notes re philosophy and political economy 1910s

box 712, folder 10

College papers re statistics, City College of New York, holographs 1917 October

box 712, folder 11

"Forty Years with Gompers," outline notes 1930s

box 712, folder 12

"The Program of the National Socialist German Labor Party (the Nazis)," outline notes 1930s

box 712, folder 13

Speech re Diego Rivera, outline notes 1930s

box 712, folder 14

"Proletarian Dictatorship Is the Road to Freedom," typed transcript 1931 November 27

Scope and Contents note

Debate with Bertrand Russell, New York City.
box 712, folder 15

The American Labor Movement: Its Past, Its Present, Its Future (pamphlet), printed copy 1932

box 712, folder 16

Soviet Foreign Policy and the World Revolution (pamphlet), printed copy 1935

box 712, folder 17

"Some Notes on the New Labor Situation," outline notes 1938 September 12

box 712, folder 18

Notes re world situation and outbreak of World War II 1939

box 712, folder 19

"Agents of the Stalin-Hitler Block," Workers Age, typescript 1939 September 30

box 712, folder 20

"Stalin Absolves Hitler," Workers Age, typescript 1939 December 16

box 712, folder 21

"Growth of American Interest and Participation in World Affairs," outline notes 1940s

box 712, folder 22

"The Impact of Recent Developments in Russia and England on American Life," outline notes 1940s

box 712, folder 23

Notes re course of World War II 1940s

box 712, folder 24

Notes re post-World War II outlook 1940s

box 712, folder 25

"Propaganda and Counter-Propaganda in Total War, and the Role of Labor," outline notes 1940s

box 712, folder 26

Speech re International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, typescript 1940s

box 712, folder 27

"Stalinism and the Present World Situation," Workers Age, typescript 1940 April 27

box 712, folder 28

"Towards a Genuine American Democratic Socialism!," draft declaration of Independent Labor League of America, typescript 1940 December 29

box 712, folder 29

"Hitler on Trial by American Public Opinion," outline notes circa 1941

box 712, folder 30

"Mid-West Section of Labor Division [of Committee to Defend America]," outline notes circa 1941

box 712, folder 31

Memorandum re German invasion of Soviet Union, typescript 1941 June 23

box 712, folder 32

"Draft of Plan for a New Orientation and New Perspectives," typescript 1941 December 10

box 713, folder 1

"Labor, Defense and Production," typescript circa 1942

box 713, folder 2

"Local No. 22 [of International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union] Victory Mobilization," outline notes 1942 January 10

box 713, folder 3

Memorandum re closed shop, typescript 1942 February 25

box 713, folder 4

"National Labor Division, Citizens for Victory: A Program of Labor Action for Victory," outline notes 1942 March 3

box 713, folder 5

"How Helicopter Can Help Win the War," typescript 1942 June 17

box 713, folder 6

"American Labor and the Post-War World," outline notes and typescript 1942 July 18

box 713, folder 7

"American Labor and the War Effort," outline notes and typescript 1942 July 18

box 713, folder 8

Article re Hearst press, typescript 1942 August 17

box 713, folder 9

"Memorandum in re India," typescript 1942 August 21

box 713, folder 10

Memorandum re Latin America, typescript 1942 August 26

box 713, folder 11

Draft speech for Matthew Woll re strikes in Luxembourg, typescript 1942 September 11

box 713, folder 12

Memorandum re Latin America, typescript 1942 September 12

box 713, folder 13

"Some Suggestions for Practical Work," typescript 1942 September 14

box 713, folder 14

"Manpower Memorandum," typescript 1942 October 6

box 713, folder 15

"Survey of Italy: Situation and Problems," typescript 1942 November 9

box 713, folder 16

Memorandum re Italy, typescript 1942 November 10

box 713, folder 17

Memorandum re Italy, typescript 1942 November 13

box 713, folder 18

"Memorandum on History of U.S.S.R., Volume 3, 1941 Edition," typescript 1942 November 24

box 713, folder 19

"Why Italy Must Break the Axis and Quit the War in Order to be Free and Democratic," typescript 1942 December 1

box 713, folder 20

Outline notes re Il Progresso 1942 December 14

box 713, folder 21

"Some Suggestions for National Safety Drive in Labor Ranks," outline notes 1942 December 17

box 713, folder 22

Memorandum re Edo Fimmen, typescript 1942 December 22

box 713, folder 23

"The A.F. of L. and Some Post-War Tasks," typescript circa 1943

box 713, folder 24

"Forward to Unity for Freedom and Democracy" [re Italy], typescript 1943 January 6

box 713, folder 25

"The Real Issue" [re Italy], typescript 1943 January 14

box 713, folder 26

Memorandum re Italy, typescript 1943 January 21

box 713, folder 27

Draft speech for David Dubinsky re United Mine Workers of America, typescript 1943 January 25

box 713, folder 28

"The Darkest Decade," typescript 1943 January 28

box 713, folder 29

"A New Deal for Italy," typescript 1943 February 3

box 713, folder 30

"A New Day for Italy," typescript 1943 February 4

box 713, folder 31

"The C.I.O. and National Defense," typescript 1943 February 9

box 713, folder 32

Article re World War II, typescript circa 1944

box 713, folder 33

"General Aims of [Political] Department [of International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union]," outline notes circa 1944

box 713, folder 34

"Facing the Issues" column, [International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union Local] 338 News, printed copy 1944 June

box 713, folder 35

"Facing the Issues" column, 338 News, printed copy 1944 July

box 713, folder 36

"Meet the Republicans," 338 News, printed copy 1944 August

box 713, folder 37

"Will There Be a Last Ditch Fight in Germany?," 338 News, printed copy 1944 September

box 713, folder 38

"The Nonsense about 'Free Enterprise,'" 338 News, printed copy 1944 October

box 713, folder 39

"Ten-Point Program for Reorganization of Germany," 338 News, printed copy 1944 October

box 713, folder 40

Memorandum re general election results, typescript circa 1944 November

box 713, folder 41

"Will Russia Help Us Beat Japan?," 338 News, printed copy 1944 November

box 713, folder 42

"The Meaning of the General Election," 338 News, printed copy 1944 December

box 713, folder 43

"Evaluation of the World Trade Union Federation," typescript circa 1945

box 713, folder 44

"How United Is World Labor?," typescript circa 1945

box 713, folder 45

"Remarks on Report N. 1, Delegation to Italy, ITF," typescript circa 1945

box 713, folder 46

"Yalta: Plus and Minus," outline notes 1945

box 713, folder 47

"Allies Must Discard Power Politics," 338 News, printed copy 1945 January

box 713, folder 48

"It Is Not too Late to Heed the Danger Signals of Europe," 338 News, printed copy 1945 February

box 713, folder 49

"Yalta Conference Lays Foundation for Defeat of Germany," 338 News, printed copy 1945 March

box 713, folder 50

"The End of the War Will See New Forces at Play in America," 338 News, printed copy 1945 April

box 713, folder 51

"Minimum Requirements for a Democratic World," 338 News, printed copy 1945 May,

box 713, folder 52

"Differences between U.S., Britain and Russia Mounting at San Francisco," 338 News, printed copy 1945 June

box 713, folder 53

"Truman's First 60 Days in the White House," 338 News, printed copy 1945 July

box 713, folder 54

"Who Is 'Left Wing' and Who Is 'Right Wing'?," 338 News, printed copy 1945 August

box 713, folder 55

"National and International Aspects of the British Labor Victory," 338 News, printed copy 1945 September

box 713, folder 56

Article re world situation, typescript circa 1946

box 713, folder 57

"What Warning Does the Latest Soviet Propaganda Line Hold for Americans?," typescript 1946

box 713, folder 58

Speech re world communism, outline notes circa 1947

box 713, folder 59

"Who Is a Progressive? What Is Reactionary?," outline notes circa 1947

box 713, folder 60

"The Great Swindle: Stalin's 'Workers' State,'" typescript circa 1948

box 713, folder 61

Speech re international role of American Federation of Labor, outline notes circa 1948

box 713, folder 62

Speech re world situation, typescript circa 1948

box 713, folder 63

Article re World Federation of Trade Unions, typescript 1948 May 11

box 713, folder 64

"Report...in Behalf of A.F. of L. Delegation to E.R.P. Trade Union Conference," mimeograph circa 1948 August

box 713, folder 65

"Report on Germany," mimeograph circa 1948 August

box 713, folder 66

"Quickest Method of Undermining Soviet Influence in France," typescript 1948 November 17

box 713, folder 67

Article re American defense policy, mimeograph 1949

box 713, folder 68

"Memorandum on New Stalin Biography [by Isaac Deutscher]," typescript 1949

box 713, folder 69

"The Role of the International Confederation of Free Trade Unions," typescript 1949

box 714, folder 1

Article re world situation, typescript 1950s

box 714, folder 2

"Blood and Gold," typescript 1950s

box 714, folder 3

"Communist Totalitarianism," outline notes 1950s

box 714, folder 4

"Communists and the Trade Unions," outline notes 1950s

box 714, folder 5

Draft letter to Habib Bourguiba for George Meany, typescript 1950s

box 714, folder 6

Draft speech for David Dubinsky, outline notes 1950s

box 714, folder 7

"Memorandum on Daniel Benedict after His Return from Europe," typescript 1950s

box 714, folder 8

Memorandum re Central Intelligence Agency, typescript 1950s

box 714, folder 9

Memorandum re Germany, typescript 1950s

box 714, folder 10

Notes re foreign policy for labor 1950s

box 714, folder 11

Outline notes re Central Intelligence Agency 1950s

box 714, folder 12

"Proposed Agreement between KMLAPPER and BGLEADER [re Central Intelligence Agency]," typescript 1950s

box 714, folder 13

"Report on Free Trade Union Committee," outline notes 1950s

box 714, folder 14

Review of book by Salomon Schwarz, typescript 1950s

box 714, folder 15

"Security for Freedom and Peace," typescript 1950s

box 714, folder 16

Speech re Free Trade Union Committee, outline notes 1950s

box 714, folder 17

Article re Yugoslavia, typescript circa 1950

box 714, folder 18

Outline notes re Korean War 1950

box 714, folder 19

Speech re Korean War, outline notes 1950

box 714, folder 20

"American Labor Views the International Scene," typed transcript 1950 January 17

Scope and Contents note

Department of State symposium with Michael Ross, Washington, D.C.
box 714, folder 21

"Draft of Program for Establishment of A.F. of L. Training School in International Affairs," typescript circa 1951

box 714, folder 22

Memorandum re Eastern Europe, typescript circa 1951

box 714, folder 23

Memorandum re Germany, typescript 1951

box 714, folder 24

Article re ex-Communists, typescript 1952

box 714, folder 25

"Hearing on Slave Labor in U.N. Economic and Social Council Commission on Forced Labor," holograph 1952

box 714, folder 26

"Soviet Dominated Communism," outline notes and typescript 1952 February 19

Scope and Contents note

Speech, Army War College, Carlisle Barracks, PA.
box 714, folder 27

"Communism: Its Meaning and Menace," typescript 1952 April 11

box 714, folder 28

Notes re American Federation of Labor International Committee meeting 1952 June 18

box 714, folder 29

"The Nature of Soviet Communism," 1952 November 7

Scope and Contents note

Speech, Army War College, Carlisle Barracks, PA. Outline notes, typescript, and briefing material for lecture.
box 714, folder 30

"America, China, Russia," outline notes circa 1953

box 714, folder 31

"The 'New Look' in War Atrocities," typescript 1953

box 714, folder 32

Review of Karl Gruber, Zwischen Befreiung und Freiheit, typescript circa 1953

box 714, folder 33

"Roots, Causes, and Aims of Latest Shift in Soviet Foreign Policy," typescript 1953

box 714, folder 34

"Communist Tactics and Errors in the Far East and How We Can Capitalize on Them," typescript 1953 March 13

box 714, folder 35

"The German Political Situation," typescript 1953 April 27

box 714, folder 36

"Moscow's Aim and Game," International Free Trade Union News, printed copy 1953 June

box 714, folder 37

Notes re meeting of American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations leaders 1953 July 4

box 714, folder 38

Memorandum re World Federation of Trade Unions, typescript 1953 November 4

box 715, folder 1

Draft letter to Ramon Magsaysay for George Meany, typescript 1954

box 715, folder 2

Memoranda re Joseph McCarthy, notes and typescripts 1954 April

box 715, folder 3

Affidavit in loyalty-security hearings re Max Tischler, printed copy of proceedings 1954 April 27

box 715, folder 4

Letter to the editor, Washington Star, re coexistence, typescript 1954 August

box 715, folder 5

Letter to the editor, Washington Post, re coexistence, typescript 1954 August 10

box 715, folder 6

Speech, Special Committee on Public Education in Indiana meeting, typescript 1954 November 22

box 715, folder 7

"Ad Heine's Letter of April 18, 1945 [sic]," typescript 1955

box 715, folder 8

The Big Smile: An Analysis of the Soviet "New Look" (pamphlet; co-authored with Matthew Woll) 1955

Scope and Contents note

Printed copy and printed Spanish translation.
box 715, folder 9

"The Chancellor and the Cherub Man," typescript 1955

box 715, folder 10

"The Cherub Man and the Lake Man," typescript 1955

box 715, folder 11

"Confidential Memo Which Caused Adenauer to Change His Plans and to Rush to the United States," typescript 1955

box 715, folder 12

Draft letter to Walter F. George for George Meany, typescript circa 1955

box 715, folder 13

Draft statement re North Africa for Free Trade Union Committee, typescript circa 1955

box 715, folder 14

"For Peace and Progress in the Near East," typescript 1955

Scope and Contents note

Draft statement for American Federation of Labor Executive Council.
box 715, folder 15

"Friendship between the American and Russian People," typescript 1955

Scope and Contents note

Draft statement for American Federation of Labor Executive Council.
box 715, folder 16

Memorandum re exchanges with Soviet Union, typescript circa 1955

box 715, folder 17

"Notes on Latest Soviet Foreign Policy Maneuvers," typescript circa 1955

box 715, folder 18

"Shop Steward Elections in Germany," typescript circa 1955

box 715, folder 19

Speech, trade union meeting in Germany, typescript circa 1955

Language of Material: German.
box 715, folder 20

Speech re 4th Congress of International Confederation of Free Trade Unions, typescript 1955

box 715, folder 21

"Strengthen the Forces for Peace and Freedom," typescript 1955

Scope and Contents note

Draft statement for American Federation of Labor Executive Council.
box 715, folder 22

"Towards Furthering the Unity of Free Europe," typescript circa 1955

box 715, folder 23

"Underdeveloped Countries," typescript circa 1955

box 715, folder 24

"[Herbert] Wehner Article," typescript circa 1955

box 715, folder 25

Notes re trip to Europe 1955 February 27-March 7

box 715, folder 26

Notes re trip to Europe 1955 March 18-31

box 715, folder 27

Notes re trip to Europe 1955 March 26

box 715, folder 28

"Report on Visit to Germany," typescript circa 1955 April

box 715, folder 29

"Meeting of Representatives of ICFTU Affiliates," typescript 1955 April 5

box 715, folder 30

Notes re trip to Europe 1955 May 11-June 16

box 715, folder 31

Draft joint message to Konrad Adenauer for George Meany and Walter Reuther, typescript 1955 June

box 715, folder 32

"European Notes," typescript circa 1955 June

box 715, folder 33

Memorandum re United Automobile Workers Union, typescript 1955 June 22

box 715, folder 34

Memorandum re Congress of Industrial Organizations, typescript 1955 July 19

box 715, folder 35

"Memorandum on Geneva Conference," typescript 1955 July 26

box 715, folder 36

"U.S. Labor's Teamwork Sparked ICFTU Congress," Justice, printed copy 1955 August 1

box 715, folder 37

Article re Walter Lippmann, holograph circa 1955 September

box 715, folder 38

"The Russian Formula: The German Democratic State," typescript circa 1955 September

box 715, folder 39

Draft letter to James T. Shotwell for George Meany, typescript circa 1955 October

box 715, folder 40

"Memorandum of Meeting with Phil Delaney," typescript 1955 October 10

box 715, folder 41

"Notes on General Section [of draft AFL-CIO merger agreement]," typescript circa 1955 November

box 716, folder 1

"Some Critical Remarks on C.I.O. Statement of Foreign Policy," typescript 1955 November

Scope and Contents note

Includes text of Congress of Industrial Organizations draft of joint AFL-CIO foreign policy statement.
box 716, folder 2

"Draft Resolution on Foreign Policy," typescript and mimeograph 1955 November 21

Scope and Contents note

Draft for American Federation of Labor of joint AFL-CIO foreign policy statement. Includes critique by Congress of Industrial Organizations.
box 716, folder 3

Draft foreign policy resolution, AFL-CIO unity convention 1955 December 7

Scope and Contents note

Notes, typescript, and mimeograph.
box 716, folder 4

"Memo on Work in the United Nations," typescript circa 1956

box 716, folder 5

Memorandum re Free Trade Union Committee, typescript circa 1956

box 716, folder 6

Outline notes re Hungarian Revolution 1956

box 716, folder 7

"Plan for Reorganization of International Work, AFL-CIO," typescript 1956

box 716, folder 8

"Memo on UAW President Walter P. Reuther's Letter to Secretary of State John Foster Dulles, Dated March 23, 1956," typescript circa 1956 April

Scope and Contents note

Includes text of Reuther's letter.
box 716, folder 9

"Some Notes on Walter Reuther's Letter of March 23, 1956 to Secretary of State Dulles," typescript circa 1956 April

box 716, folder 10

Memorandum re Walter Reuther, typescript 1956 May 18

box 716, folder 11

Letter to the editor, Economist, re India and Yugoslavia, typescript 1956 May 24

box 716, folder 12

"Can Communist Parties Be 'Independent from Moscow?,'" AFL-CIO American Federationist, printed copy 1956 August

box 716, folder 13

"Khrushchev's Secret Speech and Declaration of Communist Party of Soviet Union: An Analysis and Evaluation," typescript and mimeograph 1956 August 10

box 716, folder 14

Draft letter to Dwight D. Eisenhower for George Meany, typescript 1956 September

box 716, folder 15

Memorandum re Indonesia, typescript 1956 September 24

box 716, folder 16

Memorandum re Organización Regional Interamericana de Trabajadores, typescript 1956 September 24

box 716, folder 17

Memorandum re American Committee on the Middle East, typescript 1956 September 26

box 716, folder 18

Memorandum re international labor, typescript 1956 October

box 716, folder 19

"Memorandum on Conference with William Schnitzler," typescript 1956 October 1

box 716, folder 20

Notes re AFL-CIO International Affairs Committee meeting 1956 October 15

box 716, folder 21

"Memorandum re Dave Beck," typescript 1956 October 17

box 716, folder 22

Speech re Hungarian Revolution, outline notes circa 1956 December

box 716, folder 23

"American Labor and the World Crisis," 1956 December 28

Scope and Contents note

Speech, Industrial Relations Research Association meeting. Outline notes, typescript, and printed copy (from Proceedings of the Association).
box 716, folder 24

"An Awakened America or a Weakened America?," typescript circa 1957

box 716, folder 25

"Bad Business and Worse Patriotism," typescript circa 1957

box 716, folder 26

"Communism and Anti-Communism," typescript circa 1957

box 716, folder 27

"Cultural Exchanges," typescript circa 1957

box 716, folder 28

"Dulles Asks Eden to Help France and He Refuses," typescript circa 1957

box 716, folder 29

"For Peace and Freedom," typescript circa 1957

box 716, folder 30

"Sputnik on the Scene," typescript 1957

box 716, folder 31

"Technical Progress and Dictatorship," typescript circa 1957

box 716, folder 32

"Where the Danger Is," typescript circa 1957

box 716, folder 33

"Remarks on Free Trade Unions," New York Times, typescript and printed copy 1957 January 19

Scope and Contents note

Letter to the editor.
box 716, folder 34

"The Political Dilemma," typescript 1957 March

Scope and Contents note

Speech, Conference on the Dilemmas of Man in the Pursuit of Peace, Washington, D.C.
box 716, folder 35

"The Present Situation in Africa," outline notes 1957 July 18

box 716, folder 36

Memorandum re Jimmy Hoffa, typescript 1957 September 18

box 716, folder 37

"Session with Marie Watson," typescript 1957 September 18

box 716, folder 38

"The New International Situation," International Free Trade Union News, printed copy 1957 December

box 716, folder 39

"Memorandum on Algeria," typescript circa 1958

box 716, folder 40

"Some Thoughts on the Economic Recession," outline notes circa 1958

box 716, folder 41

Speech to Histadrut, typescript 1958

box 716, folder 42

"Some Comment on Draft Curriculum, African Labour Exchange Center," typescript circa 1958 January

Scope and Contents note

Includes text of curriculum.
box 716, folder 43

"The Present Conflict between Moscow and Tito," typescript 1958 May 15

box 716, folder 44

"The French Debacle," typescript 1958 May 27

box 717, folder 1

"Let the Facts Speak: More Comments on the Tito-Khrushchev Rift," typescript 1958 June

box 717, folder 2

Memorandum re United States Labor Attachés Conference, typescript circa 1958 June

box 717, folder 3

Memorandum re Israeli legation, typescript 1958 June 5

box 717, folder 4

"To What Extent Can U.S. Trade Unions Assist the Development of Free Unions in the Less Developed Countries?," 1958 October 15

Scope and Contents note

Speech, Conference on American Labor's Role in Less Developed Countries, Cornell University. Agenda, outline notes, and typescript.
box 717, folder 5

Draft message to Abdel el-Kassem for George Meany, typescript 1959

box 717, folder 6

Draft speech to Veterans of Foreign Wars for George Meany, typescript circa 1959

box 717, folder 7

"Draft Statement on Khrushchev Visit," typescript 1959

box 717, folder 8

"International Situation," typescript 1959

box 717, folder 9

"Labor Fights for Freedom," typescript 1959

box 717, folder 10

Memorandum re Soviet Union, typescript circa 1959

box 717, folder 11

"Memorandum on Situation in the I.C.F.T.U.," typescript 1959

box 717, folder 12

Questions and answers re relations with Soviet Union, typescript circa 1959

box 717, folder 13

"The Soviet Economic Challenge: Its Meaning and Menace," typescript circa 1959

Scope and Contents note

Draft speech for George Meany.
box 717, folder 14

Memoranda re Ruth Fischer and Denis Healey, typescripts circa 1959 January

box 717, folder 15

"Memorandum on Luncheon Given by James B. Carey to A. Mikoyan," typescript 1959 January 9

box 717, folder 16

"Memorandum on Meeting with Yaacov Herzog of Israeli Legation, Washington, D.C.," typescript circa 1959 January 16

box 717, folder 17

"The DGB and Contacts with the Communist Trade Unions of the Soviet Zone," typescript circa 1959 February

box 717, folder 18

"Answer to Fritz Erler," AFL-CIO Free Trade Union News, printed copy 1959 March

box 717, folder 19

"Memorandum on Conference with Alfred Mozer," typescript 1959 March 9

box 717, folder 20

"Notes on the TUC Memorandum on African Trade Unions," typescript and mimeograph circa 1959 June

Scope and Contents note

Includes text of Trades Union Congress memorandum.
box 717, folder 21

"Why Moscow Seeks 'Cultural Exchanges,'" AFL-CIO Free Trade Union News, printed copy 1959 July

box 717, folder 22

Memorandum re Nikita Khrushchev, typescript 1959 October 13

box 717, folder 23

"Basic Distinctions between the Soviet Economy and American Economy," 1959 November

Scope and Contents note

Testimony and supplementary written submission to United States Congress Joint Economic Committee. Typescript and printed copies (from Congressional hearing prints and AFL-CIO Free Trade Union News).
box 717, folder 24

"Memorandum on Hungary and the United Nations, 1959," typescript 1959 November

box 717, folder 25

Article re communism, typescript 1960s

box 717, folder 26

Article re international role of AFL-CIO, typescript 1960s

box 717, folder 27

Article re Soviet Union, typescript 1960s

box 717, folder 28

Article re world situation, typescript 1960s

box 717, folder 29

"Co-Existence," typescript 1960s

box 717, folder 30

Draft joint statement for George Meany and André Bergeron, typescript 1960s

box 717, folder 31

Draft speech to American Legion for George Meany, typescript 1960s

box 717, folder 32

"Encirclement," typescript 1960s

box 717, folder 33

"An Estimate of General Charles de Gaulle by a Well-Known French Observer," typescript 1960s

box 717, folder 34

"Expanding Role of Free Trade Union Movement," outline notes 1960s

box 717, folder 35

"Hands across the Seas: The ILGWU and World Affairs," typescript 1960s

box 717, folder 36

"Ideals and Aspirations of American Labor," typescript 1960s

box 717, folder 37

"International," typescript 1960s

box 717, folder 38

Memorandum re nuclear weapons inspection, typescript 1960s

box 717, folder 39

"Program of Action for World Peace and Freedom," typescript 1960s

box 717, folder 40

Speech re Bulgaria, outline notes 1960s

box 717, folder 41

Speech re labor movement, typescript 1960s

box 717, folder 42

Speech re Leninism, typescript 1960s

box 717, folder 43

"Strikes in Spain," typescript 1960s

box 717, folder 44

"Trade Unions in Africa," outline notes 1960s

box 717, folder 45

"'Unions' in Totalitarian Countries," typescript 1960s

box 717, folder 46

"Why the Trend towards a One-Party System," typescript 1960s

box 717, folder 47

"Why the Trend towards Close Relations between Governments and Trade Unions," typescript 1960s

box 717, folder 48

"Will Shelepin Be Arrested When He Visits West Germany as Guest of the DGB?," typescript 1960s

box 718, folder 1

"The AFL-CIO and the World," typescript circa 1960

box 718, folder 2

Article re International Labor Organization report on Soviet trade unions, typescript circa 1960

box 718, folder 3

"Co-Existence," typescript 1960

box 718, folder 4

"Ideological," typescript circa 1960

box 718, folder 5

"Questions on Communist China," outline notes 1960

box 718, folder 6

"Re Inevitability of War," typescript 1960

box 718, folder 7

Notes re Soviet foreign policy 1960 April

box 718, folder 8

Draft speech for George M. Harrison, typescript 1960 April 11

box 718, folder 9

"The Changes in the Soviet Leadership," typescript circa 1960 May

box 718, folder 10

"At the Summit: Rubble and Reality," AFL-CIO Free Trade Union News, printed copy 1960 June

box 718, folder 11

"American Labor and the Less Developed Countries," typescript 1960 October 19

Scope and Contents note

Speech, Institute of Management Sciences, New York City.
box 718, folder 12

"Commemoration: Unknown Political Prisoner," outline notes 1960 November 7

box 718, folder 13

"Organization, Objectives, and Tactics of International Communism," outline notes and typescript 1960 December 20

Scope and Contents note

Speech, National War College, Washington, D.C.
box 718, folder 14

"America, Face the Facts!," typescript circa 1961

box 718, folder 15

Article re Soviet foreign policy, typescript circa 1961

box 718, folder 16

"Human Rights for Political Prisoners," typescript circa 1961

box 718, folder 17

"Memorandum on 1960 Moscow Conference of Representatives of Communist and Workers Parties," 1961

Scope and Contents note

Holograph, typescript, and working materials.
box 718, folder 18

Memorandum re anniversary of American Federation of Labor, typescript 1961

box 718, folder 19

Speech re admission of China to United Nations, typescript circa 1961

box 718, folder 20

"The International Communist Summit Conference, Moscow, November-December 1960," 1961 January 26-February 2

Scope and Contents note

Statement before United States Senate Internal Security Subcommittee. Typescript, mimeograph, and printed copy (from Congressional hearing prints).
box 718, folder 21

"Memorandum on Interim Measures in re Berlin Crisis," typescript 1961 August 21

box 718, folder 22

"Why Communist China Should Not Be Admitted into the United Nations," AFL-CIO Free Trade Union News, printed copy 1961 September

box 718, folder 23

Memorandum re Germany, typescript 1961 September 27

box 718, folder 24

Memorandum re anniversary of American Federation of Labor, typescript 1961 December 11

box 718, folder 25

"American Labor and the World Crisis," speech, Industrial Relations Research Association, outline notes and printed copy circa 1962

box 718, folder 26

Draft speech to International Confederation of Free Trade Unions for George Meany, typescript 1962

box 718, folder 27

"Free Labor and the United Nations," notes and typescript 1962

Scope and Contents note

Draft speech for George Meany.
box 718, folder 28

"Luncheon Meeting with Ambassador, Republic of Iraq," typescript 1962 January 13

box 718, folder 29

Notes re trip to Europe 1962 April 29-May 11

box 718, folder 30

Speech, May Day rally, West Berlin 1962 May 1

Scope and Contents note

Typescript (in German) and program material.
box 718, folder 31

"Germany Today," AFL-CIO Free Trade Union News, notes and printed copy 1962 July

box 718, folder 32

"International Labor Movement and Communism," outline notes 1963

box 718, folder 33

"Khrushchev's Boasts," typescript 1963

box 718, folder 34

Speech re world situation, outline notes circa 1963

box 718, folder 35

"Ten Years without Stalin: A Balance Sheet," AFL-CIO Free Trade Union News 1963 April-May

Scope and Contents note

Printed copy and typed Spanish translation.
box 718, folder 36

Memorandum re France, typescript circa 1963 November

box 718, folder 37

Speech re international role of AFL-CIO, Hollins College, outline notes 1963 December 4

box 719, folder 1

"Ho Chi Minh: The Untold Story," typescript circa 1964

box 719, folder 2

Notes re communism circa 1964

box 719, folder 3

"The Sino-Soviet Rift," typescript circa 1964

box 719, folder 4

Speech re North Atlantic Treaty Organization, typescript 1964

box 719, folder 5

"Some Suggestions," 1964 January 2

box 719, folder 6

"Memo on George L. Weaver's Proposal for U.S. and Yugoslav Exchange of Labor Experts," typescript 1964 July 20

box 719, folder 7

Draft speech to Trades Union Congress for David Sullivan, typescript 1964 September

box 719, folder 8

"An Open Letter to Brother Akira Iwai," AFL-CIO Free Trade Union News, typed transcript 1965 January

box 719, folder 9

"Sohyo, Communism, and Free World Labor: A Discussion," AFL-CIO Free Trade Union News, printed copy and typed transcript 1965 April

Scope and Contents note

Exchange with Seiichi Suzuki.
box 719, folder 10

Speech re American labor movement, outline notes 1965 October 20

box 719, folder 11

"The Appeal of International Communism," typescript 1966 January 4

Scope and Contents note

Speech, National War College, Washington, D.C.
box 719, folder 12

"No Free Trade Union Exchanges with State Company Unions!" AFL-CIO Free Trade Union News, printed copy 1966 May

box 719, folder 13

"China's Trade Unions Give Priority to the Cultural Revolution," typescript circa 1966 June

box 719, folder 14

"Dialogues with Totalitarian Labor Fronts?" AFL-CIO Free Trade Union News, printed copy 1966 June

box 719, folder 15

Memorandum re International Confederation of Free Trade Unions, typescript 1966 June 1

box 719, folder 16

"Interview with Chancellor Erhard, Tuesday, May 17, 1966," typescript 1966 June 2

box 719, folder 17

"Little Thaw, Big Flaw," AFL-CIO Free Trade Union News, notes and printed copy 1966 August

box 719, folder 18

"Moscow Makes the Turn," typescript circa 1967

box 719, folder 19

Notes re Soviet trade unions circa 1967

box 719, folder 20

"The Party and the Trade Unions," typescript 1967

box 719, folder 21

"American Labor and the International Crisis," outline notes 1968

box 719, folder 22

Questions re Vietnamese War, holograph circa 1968

box 719, folder 23

"Right to Invade Germany," notes and typescript circa 1968

box 719, folder 24

Speech, National War College, Washington, D.C., incomplete outline notes 1968 January 12

box 719, folder 25

"Political Changes in the Italian Communist Party," typescript 1968 April 25

box 719, folder 26

"Quotations in Confirmation," typescript circa 1968 May

box 719, folder 27

"[Ludwig] Rosenberg Mission to Moscow," typescript 1968 June 17

box 719, folder 28

Article re trade unions in communist countries, typescript 1969

box 719, folder 29

"The ICFTU and Communism," typescript circa 1969

box 719, folder 30

Summary of telephone conversation re International Confederation of Free Trade Unions, typescript 1969 January 22

box 719, folder 31

"The Chasm Is Unbridgeable," AFL-CIO Free Trade Union News, printed copy 1969 February

box 719, folder 32

"'Trade Unions,' Rumanian Style," AFL-CIO Free Trade Union News, printed copy 1969 March

box 719, folder 33

"Memorandum on Conversation with DBG President Heinz Vetter," typescript 1969 July 30

box 719, folder 34

Memorandum re Sino-Soviet relations, typescript 1969 October 29

box 719, folder 35

Memorandum re Deutscher Gewerkschaftsbund mission to Soviet Union, typescript circa 1969 December

box 719, folder 36

"Adian's Visit to the U.S.A. (Tentative)," typescript 1970s

box 719, folder 37

"Can Social-Democratic Parties Collaborate with Communist Parties?," typescript 1970s

box 719, folder 38

"The Enemy Is Total," outline notes 1970s

box 719, folder 39

"Every 'Peace Program' Is a Deception," typescript 1970s

box 719, folder 40

"The Friends of the Soviet People," holograph and typescript 1970s

box 719, folder 41

"From Summit to Abyss," outline notes 1970s

box 719, folder 42

"Kissinger's 'Achievements,'" outline notes 1970s

box 719, folder 43

Memorandum re Central Intelligence Agency, typescript 1970s

box 719, folder 44

Memorandum re Henry Kissinger, typescript 1970s

box 719, folder 45

"Points for a Resolution on Terrorism and Air Hijacking," typescript 1970s

box 719, folder 46

"Science and Society: The Third Dimension of the Atlantic Alliance," holograph 1970s

box 719, folder 47

"Six Reasons for Labor's Interest in World Affairs," outline notes 1970s

box 719, folder 48

Speech re international role of AFL-CIO, outline notes 1970s

box 719, folder 49

Speech re world situation, outline notes 1970s

box 719, folder 50

"Wolfgang Leonhard," outline notes 1970s

box 719, folder 51

"DGB International Activism," typescript circa 1970

box 719, folder 52

"Memo on AID Problems," typescript circa 1970

box 719, folder 53

"Polish Developments Cloud Projected Joint Activities of Polish-West German Labor Organizations," typescript circa 1970

box 719, folder 54

"What Is Role of [Soviet] 'Unions' Today?," holograph circa 1970

box 719, folder 55

"Trade Unions, Soviet Style," AFL-CIO Free Trade Union News, printed copy 1970 April

box 719, folder 56

Speech to Chicago Council on Foreign Relations, outline notes 1970 April 10

box 719, folder 57

Speech, International Trade Secretariats Conference, outline notes 1970 April 15

box 719, folder 58

Speech, United States Labor Attachés Conference, outline notes 1970 April 16

box 719, folder 59

Speech to United States Foreign Service group, outline notes 1970 April 17

box 720, folder 1

"Draft Statement on New York Times' Publications [of Pentagon Papers]," typescript 1971

box 720, folder 2

Memorandum re Soviet-German relations, typescript circa 1971 September

box 720, folder 3

Article re history of International Confederation of Free Trade Unions, typescript circa 1972

box 720, folder 4

"Basic Imports of [Nixon-Brezhnev] Summit," typescript circa 1972

box 720, folder 5

"Mao Tse-tung's Thoughts for Summit Talk with Nixon," typescript circa 1972

box 720, folder 6

"No Return to Isolationism: For Firm Commitment to World Peace and Freedom," typescript circa 1972

box 720, folder 7

Notes re Asia circa 1972

box 720, folder 8

Notes re Soviet-American detente circa 1972

box 720, folder 9

"Our Country's Commitment to World Peace and Freedom," typescript circa 1972

box 720, folder 10

"Soviet Economy," outline notes circa 1972

box 720, folder 11

Draft platform proposals on foreign policy and defense for AFL-CIO, typescripts 1972 April 11

box 720, folder 12

"Official North Vietnamese Statements in Support of Arab Liberation Movements," typescript 1972 September

box 720, folder 13

"Report on Meetings of Executive Committee and Central Committee of International Metal Trades Federation," typescript circa 1972 December

box 720, folder 14

Speech, International Trade Secretariats Conference, outline notes 1972 December 6

box 720, folder 15

"European Confederation of Free Trade Unions," typescript 1972 December 22

box 720, folder 16

"America's Stake in the Middle East," typescript 1973

box 720, folder 17

"For Detente with Freedom," typescript 1973

box 720, folder 18

"International Trade Secretariats," typescript circa 1973

box 720, folder 19

"No Free Trade Union Exchanges with Totalitarian Labor Fronts," typescript 1973

box 720, folder 20-21

Notes re Soviet-American detente circa 1973

box 720, folder 22

"The Residual Effect of the October War," typescript circa 1973

box 720, folder 23

"Restore Democracy in Chile," typescript 1973

box 720, folder 24

"The Saudi Arabia-U.S. Commissions," typescript 1973

box 720, folder 25

Speech re world situation, outline notes circa 1973

box 720, folder 26

"Strong America and NATO: Pillars of World Peace," typescript 1973

box 720, folder 27

"Twenty-fifth Anniversary of Universal Declaration of Human Rights," typescript 1973

box 720, folder 28

"Swedish Aid to North Vietnam," typescript circa 1973 January

box 720, folder 29

Corrections to unidentified biographical sketch of Lovestone, typescript 1973 January 22

box 720, folder 30

"Strong Doubts about ECTU and Its Future," typescript 1973 February

box 720, folder 31

"Foundation of the European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC)," typescript 1973 February 13

box 720, folder 32

"Conference with H[enry] K[issinger] at His Office," typescript 1973 April 25

box 720, folder 33

"American Labor and World Affairs," outline notes 1973 October 8

box 720, folder 34

Draft speech for George Meany, typescript 1973 December

box 720, folder 35

"Memorandum on International Situation," typescript circa 1974

box 720, folder 36

"Soviet Advocacy of the Oil Weapon," typescript 1974

box 720, folder 37

"Twenty-five Years of NATO," outline notes 1974

box 720, folder 38

"American Labor's Role in International Affairs," typed summary of speech 1974 April 24

box 720, folder 39

"Labor's Interest in World Affairs," outline notes 1974 May 8

box 720, folder 40

Speech, International Trade Secretariats Conference, outline notes 1974 September 19

box 720, folder 41

"Memo on Co-Determination in Germany," typescript 1974 October

box 720, folder 42

Speech, German-American Forum, outline notes 1974 October 8

box 720, folder 43

"Conference with DGB Editors," typescript 1974 October 30

box 720, folder 44

"Explanation and Justification of New CPI-CPF Tactics," typescript circa 1975

box 720, folder 45

"Moscow Gave Green Light for PCI and PCF Line," typescript circa 1975

box 720, folder 46

Notes re American economy circa 1975

box 720, folder 47

"Roots of New Strategy for Communists," notes circa 1975

box 720, folder 48

"Sino-Soviet Attitudes and Actions," outline notes circa 1975

box 720, folder 49

"Post-Vietnam Asia," typescript 1975 June 24

box 720, folder 50

Speech, AFL-CIO Labor Study Center, incomplete outline notes 1975 July 22

box 720, folder 51

Notes re Eurocommunism circa 1975 November

box 721, folder 1

"The Hegemonic Class," holograph and typescript circa 1976

box 721, folder 2

Notes re Eurocommunism circa 1976

box 721, folder 3

"Soviet Explanation and Justification of New CPI, CPF., etc. Strategy," holograph circa 1976

box 721, folder 4

"Justification and Support of PCI-PCF Course," holograph and typescript circa 1976 March

box 721, folder 5

"PCI: Solid with CPSU Internationalism," typescript circa 1976 March

box 721, folder 6

"Nearer My Heart to Thee: PCI Love Russia First," typescript circa 1976 April

box 721, folder 7

Speech, American Institute for Free Labor Development meeting, outline notes 1976 April 20

box 721, folder 8

"Communists Will Not Defend Italy if Soviet Bloc Attacks Her," typescript circa 1976 May

box 721, folder 9

Interview by Archie Robinson, typed transcript 1976 September 16

box 721, folder 10

"Comments on State Department Memorandum 'Down-Grading the Soviet Trade Unions?,'" typescript 1976 October 13

Scope and Contents note

Includes text of State Department memorandum.
box 721, folder 11

Interview by Archie Robinson, typed transcript 1976 October 15

box 721, folder 12

"Notes for Meeting...on 'The U.S. and China after Mao,'" holograph and typescript 1976 November 30

box 721, folder 13

"Keys to Leninist (Communist) Strategy," holograph and typescript 1977

box 721, folder 14

Memorandum re Harold Brown, typescript 1977

box 721, folder 15

Memorandum re world situation, holograph and typescript 1977

box 721, folder 16

"Soviet Inflation," notes circa 1977 January

box 721, folder 17

"Turbulent Flux and Polarization," holograph and typescript 1977 February

box 721, folder 18

International report to International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union General Executive Board, outline notes 1977 February 11

box 721, folder 19

"Notes on President Carter's Address at the Notre Dame Commencement Exercises, South Bend, Indiana, May 22, 1977," typescript circa 1977 May

 

"'Euro-Communism': Roots and Reality," Journal of International Relations 1977 Summer

box 721, folder 20-22

Notes and fragments

box 721, folder 23

Preliminary drafts, holograph and typescript

box 722, folder 1

Final draft, typescript

box 722, folder 2

Printed copies

Scope and Contents note

Includes Journal of International Relations and AFL-CIO Free Trade Union News reprints, and pamphlet reprints in English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese and Spanish.
box 722, folder 3

"The Ides of March, 1978," outline notes and typescript 1977 September 21

box 722, folder 4

"Free World Labor Conference for Jobs and Security," 1977 November 1

Scope and Contents note

Notes, holograph, and typescript.
box 722, folder 5

International report to International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union General Executive Board, notes and holograph 1978

box 722, folder 6

"Relations Worsen between Jusos and SPD Leadership," typescript circa 1978

box 722, folder 7

Report on international resolutions submitted to International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union convention, holograph and typescript circa 1978

box 722, folder 8

"DGB Youth Undermined by Communists," typescript circa 1978 January

box 722, folder 9

Draft speech for Sol C. Chaikin in Egypt, typescript 1978 January 15

box 722, folder 10

"Georg Leber's Resignation as Defense Minister of the Federal Republic of Germany," typescript circa 1978 February

box 722, folder 11

"The New Chairman of the Jusos, an 'Anti-Revisionist,'" Ladies' Garment Workers' Union General Executive Board, outline notes 1978 February 9

box 722, folder 13

"Towards a Balanced Defense Strategy," holograph and typescript 1978 February 9

box 722, folder 14

"Eurocommunism and the Present Crisis," typescript 1978 March

box 722, folder 15

"The Disarmament Conference of the Socialist International," typescript circa 1978 April

box 722, folder 16

"The Convention of the Austrian Socialist Party (SPÖ)," typescript circa 1978 May

box 722, folder 17

"The Eleventh DGB Congress and Related Issues," typescript circa 1978 June

box 722, folder 18

Draft speech for Sol C. Chaikin, holograph and typescript 1978 June 6

box 722, folder 19

Tribute to Fritz G. A. Kraemer, holograph and typescript 1978 July 21

box 722, folder 20

"Detente's Triple Threat," typescript 1978 November 21

box 722, folder 21

"The Great Debate: Defense, SALT II," outline notes circa 1979

box 722, folder 22

Report on international resolutions submitted to International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union convention, holograph circa 1979

box 722, folder 23

Suggested corrections to David W. Lee, "The Soviet Merchant Marine: Economic and Strategic Challenge to the Western Alliance," holograph and typescript 1979

Scope and Contents note

Includes text of Atlantic Council study.
box 722, folder 24

Suggested corrections to Gus Tyler, George Meany: The Making of a Freedom Fighter, holograph and typescript 1979

Scope and Contents note

Includes text of pamphlet.
 

"Iran: The Witches' Broth," 1979 February 5

box 723, folder 1

Notes and preliminary drafts

box 723, folder 2

Final draft, typescript

box 723, folder 3

Draft speech for Lane Kirkland at Drexel Institute, holograph and typescript 1979 June 2

box 723, folder 4

Autobiographical notes 1980s

box 723, folder 5

"Detente: Its Why and Wherefore," typescript 1980s

box 723, folder 6

"International Situation," outline notes 1980s

box 723, folder 7

"Notes on Russia's Old New Right by Alexander Yanov," holograph and typescript 1980s

box 723, folder 8

Speech re communism, incomplete typed transcript 1980s

box 723, folder 9

"The German LaRouche Organization (EAP)," typescript 1980s

box 723, folder 10

"Poland 1980," 1980

Scope and Contents note

Notes, holograph, and typescript.
box 723, folder 11

"Detente: Turmoil and Torment," holograph and typescript 1980 February 8

box 723, folder 12

"Labor in 'Socialist' Societies: Blue Collar Workers in Eastern Europe," 1980 May 14

Scope and Contents note

Draft speech for Sol C. Chaikin at Conference on Labor in Socialist Societies, Stanford University. Agenda, holograph, and typescript.
box 723, folder 13

Memorandum re Poland, holograph and typescript circa 1980 September

box 723, folder 14

Report on international resolutions submitted to International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union convention 1980 September

Scope and Contents note

Notes, holograph, and typescript.
box 723, folder 15

Suggested corrections to "The Credibility of the NATO Deterrent" by unidentified author, holograph circa 1980 September

Scope and Contents note

Includes text of study.
box 723, folder 16

Draft letter to Lech Walesa and Anna Walentynowicz for Sol C. Chaikin, holograph and typescript 1980 September 10

box 723, folder 17

"The Gdansk Charter: Lights On in Poland?," holograph and typescript 1980 December 1

box 723, folder 18

"Two Internationals," typescript 1980 December 16

box 723, folder 19

"The People Wonder Why," holograph and typescripts 1980 December 18

box 724, folder 1

"The Campaign against the Stationing of NATO Medium-Range Missiles in West Germany," typescript circa 1981

box 724, folder 2

"DGB President Vetter and the 'Peace Campaign,'" typescript 1981

box 724, folder 3

Notes re Poland circa 1981

box 724, folder 4

Message to International Conference in Honor of Andrei Sakharov 1981 May

Scope and Contents note

Program, holograph, and typescript.
box 724, folder 5

Notes re criticisms of American labor movement circa 1981 May 31

box 724, folder 6

Draft speech for AFL-CIO representative at Trades Union Congress meeting, holograph and typescript 1981 June

box 724, folder 7

"West German Teachers' Union Supports 'Peace Campaign,'" typescript circa 1981 October

box 724, folder 8

"Bavaria against the 'Enemy States' Articles in the U.N. Charter," typescript circa 1981 November

box 724, folder 9

"Communist Infiltration of the DGB," typescript 1981 December 12

box 724, folder 10

"Lights Out: From Kronstadt to Warsaw," holograph and typescript 1981 December 31

box 724, folder 11

"America's World Responsibility," holograph and typescript circa 1982

box 724, folder 12

"German Uncertainties," notes and typescript circa 1982

box 724, folder 13

Notes re Germany circa 1982

box 724, folder 14

Notes re Poland circa 1982

box 724, folder 15

"[Heinz] Vetter's Successor," typescript circa 1982

box 724, folder 16

Memorandum re Germany, typescript 1982 February 26

box 724, folder 17

"Ernst Breit, Successor-Designate of DGB President H. O. Vetter," typescript circa 1982 March

box 724, folder 18

"The SPD Congress," typescript circa 1982 April

box 724, folder 19

"Lenin, Germany, and the Present Crisis," typed transcript 1982 November 3

Scope and Contents note

Speech, East-West Round Table, New York City.
box 724, folder 20

Memorandum re Andrei Kistiakovsky, typescript circa 1983

box 724, folder 21

"Scientists and AFL-CIO" (typescript) circa 1983

box 724, folder 22

"Historic Event at Arden House," 1983 March 20

Scope and Contents note

Speech, Arden House Conference on Science and Labor, Columbia University. Outline notes and program material.
box 724, folder 23

"The American Bishops' Pastoral Letter on Atomic Arms and the Nuclear Debate in Germany," typescript circa 1983 April

box 724, folder 24

Speech, International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union Committee on International Affairs meeting, outline notes 1983 May 30

box 724, folder 25

Message to memorial service for Charles S. Zimmerman, holograph and typescript 1983 June

box 724, folder 26

"Some Proposals," holograph and typescript 1983 July 22

box 724, folder 27

"In Reply to Mrs. Massie's Plea that We Should Realize that the Russians Are 'Human Beings,'" holograph 1985 October

box 724, folder 28-30

Notes and fragments

box 725, folder 1-3

Notes and fragments

 

OTHER UNPUBLISHED MATERIAL 1926-1989

Scope and Contents note

Third-party correspondence, writings by others, financial records, minutes, resolutions, memoranda, reports, and organizational internal documents and issuances, arranged by organization associated with their origin when possible, or, failing that, by individual author or topic.
box 725, folder 4

Biographical data 1954-1978

Scope and Contents note

Biographical sketches, photocopy of memoir about Lovestone (apparently by David Dubinsky), and letters and press releases about Lovestone.
box 725, folder 5

Personal documents 1959-1988

Scope and Contents note

Passport, appointment book, address books, certificates, and miscellany.
 

Personal financial papers

Scope and Contents note

Mainly receipts and bills.
box 725, folder 6

1939-1969

box 726, folder 1

1971-1982

box 726, folder 2

1983-1989

 

AFL-CIO (American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations)

box 726, folder 3

AFL-CIO Free Trade Union News audit reports 1963-1973

 

Third-party correspondence

box 726, folder 4

1955-1957

box 726, folder 5

1958-1959

box 727, folder 1

1960-1961

box 727, folder 2

1962-1964

box 727, folder 3

1965-1969

box 727, folder 4

1970-1976

box 727, folder 5

1977-1983

 

Executive Council statements and resolutions

box 727, folder 6

1955-1959

box 727, folder 7

1960-1963

box 728, folder 1

1964-1969

box 728, folder 2

1970-1979

box 728, folder 3

1980-1982

box 728, folder 4

1983-1985

 

Internal documents

box 728, folder 5

1955-1956

box 728, folder 6

1957-1958

box 728, folder 7

1959

box 729, folder 1

1960-1961

box 729, folder 2

1963-1969

box 729, folder 3

1970-1979

box 729, folder 4

1980-1988

 

International Affairs Department - Internal documents

box 729, folder 5

1960-1964

box 729, folder 6

1965-1968

box 729, folder 7

1970-1973

box 730, folder 1

1974-1978

box 730, folder 2

1980-1983

box 730, folder 3

Minutes 1956-1958

 

Public issuances

box 730, folder 4

1956-1959

box 730, folder 5

1960-1969

box 730, folder 6

1970-1979

box 730, folder 7

1980-1985

box 730, folder 8

African-American Labor Center - Internal documents 1978-1979

box 730, folder 9

Agency for International Development - Labor Advisory Committee - Internal documents 1964

box 731

American Federation of Labor

box 731, folder 1

Third-party correspondence 1945-1955

 

Internal documents

box 731, folder 2

1943-1950

box 731, folder 3

1951-1952

box 731, folder 4

1953-1954

box 731, folder 5

1955

box 731, folder 6

Undated

box 732, folder 1

Minutes 1952-1955

box 732, folder 2

Public issuances 1946-1955

box 732, folder 3

American Institute for Free Labor Development - Internal documents 1969-1982

 

Atlantic Council - Issuances and internal documents

box 732, folder 4

1967-1977

box 732, folder 5

1978

box 732, folder 6

1979

box 733, folder 1

1980

box 733, folder 2

1981

box 733, folder 3

1982

box 733, folder 4

1983

box 733, folder 5

1984

box 733, folder 6

1985

box 733, folder 7

1986

box 734, folder 1

1987

box 734, folder 2

1988-1989

box 734, folder 3

Undated

box 734, folder 4

British-North American Committee - Issuances and internal documents 1972-1979

box 734, folder 5

Canadian-American Assembly - Internal documents 1964

 

Center for Cuban Studies

Scope and Contents note

Internal documents (photocopies). Includes some related material re Cuba.
box 734, folder 6

1975-1978

box 734, folder 7

1979-1983

box 735, folder 1

Undated