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OFFICE FILE 1937-1947

Scope and Contents note

Files of the National Committee on Food for the Small Democracies, parent organization comprised of three committees: the Executive Committee headed by Mr. Hoover; a National Committee of leading Americans who lent their names and influence; and the Local Committees, headed by community leaders throughout the United States who caused supportive resolutions to be written and petitions to be signed. Also, includes correspondence, financial records, mailing lists, press releases, publications and resolutions, arranged alphabetically by physical form.
 

Administrative file

box 1, folder 1

Addressograph Multigraph Company contracts

box 1, folder 2

Building directory information

box 1, folder 3

Leases

box 1, folder 4

Letterheads

box 1, folder 5

Reports

box 1, folder 6

Airline travel information

box 1, folder 7

Clippings 1941-1944

 

Correspondence file 1937-1945

Scope and Contents note

Includes reports and miscellaneous printed matter.
box 1, folder 8

General

box 1, folder 9

General. Letters to refute misinformation about the NCFSD

 

Alphabetical

 

General

box 1, folder 10

A

box 1, folder 11

Ba-Bn

box 2, folder 1

Bo-Bu

box 2, folder 2-3

C

box 2, folder 4

D

box 2, folder 5

E

box 2, folder 6

F

box 2, folder 7

G

box 3, folder 1-3

H

box 3, folder 4

I

box 3, folder 5

J

box 3, folder 6-7

K

box 3, folder 8-9

L

box 4, folder 1

Mc

box 4, folder 2

Ma-Mh

box 4, folder 3-4

Mi-Mn

box 4, folder 5

Mo-Mz

box 4, folder 6

N

box 4, folder 7

O

box 4, folder 8

P

box 5, folder 1

Ra-Rn

box 5, folder 2

Ro-Rz

box 5, folder 3

Sa-Sd

box 5, folder 4

Se-Sm

box 5, folder 5

Sn-St

box 5, folder 6

Su-Sz

box 5, folder 7

T

box 5, folder 8

U-V

box 6, folder 1

Wa-Wh

box 6, folder 2-3

Wi-Wz

box 6, folder 4

Y

box 6, folder 5

Z

box 6, folder 6

Agar, Herbert and William

box 6, folder 7

Allen, Ben

box 6, folder 8

Allen, Dorothy

box 6, folder 9

Anderson.

Scope and Content note

Includes all members with the surname Anderson
box 6, folder 10

Archawski, Waldemar

box 6, folder 11

Baker, Albert

box 6, folder 12

Ball, William

box 6, folder 13

Barber, Maurice

box 6, folder 14

Beebee, Gertrude

box 6, folder 15

Bell, B. Tartt

box 6, folder 16

Bell, H. C. F.

box 7, folder 1-3

Bigwood, E. J.

Scope and Content note

Includes "Bigwood Report" and miscellaneous related material.
box 7, folder 4

Blake, James

box 7, folder 5

Bloem, P. J. L. de

box 7, folder 6

Blumenthal, Morton

box 7, folder 7

Bonde, Knut, Baron

box 7, folder 8

Bonney, Therese

box 7, folder 9

Brewster, Edward

box 7, folder 10

Briggs, Thomas

box 7, folder 11

Brittain, Vera

box 7, folder 12

Brook, Roger

box 7, folder 13

Brown. Includes all members with the surname Brown

box 7, folder 14

Burkick, Fred

box 7, folder 15

Burton, R. B.

box 8, folder 1

Canterbury, Archbishop of

box 8, folder 2

Cardwell, Ann

box 8, folder 3

Carrel, Alexis

box 8, folder 4

Castle, William

box 8, folder 5

Chenery, William

box 8, folder 6

Churchill, Winston

box 8, folder 7

Clapp, Paul

box 8, folder 8

Clapper, Raymond

box 8, folder 9

Clark, Glenn

box 8, folder 10

Coffin, Henry Sloane

box 8, folder 11

Cross, Harry

box 8, folder 12-14

Cudahy, John

box 8, folder 15

Davies. .

Scope and Content note

Includes all members with the surname Davies
box 8, folder 16

Davis, J.

box 8, folder 17

Dennis, Lawrence

box 8, folder 18

Denny, Ludwell

box 8, folder 19

Detzer, Dorothy

box 8, folder 20

Drucker, Peter

box 8, folder 21

Duncan, Frances

box 8, folder 22

Flewell, Edith

box 8, folder 23

Fritz, Beulah

box 8, folder 24

Fry, Varian

box 8, folder 25

Gillett, E. K.

box 8, folder 26

Goerter, Daniel de

box 8, folder 27

Griggs, Julian

box 9, folder 1

Hambro, Carl

box 9, folder 2

Handsaker, J. J.

box 9, folder 3

Herter, Christian

box 9, folder 4

Heyl, Ernest

box 9, folder 5

Hillsmith, Clarence

box 9, folder 6

Irwin, Will

box 9, folder 7

Janney, John

box 9, folder 8

Johnson, J. W.

box 9, folder 9

Johnson. Includes all members with the surname Johnson

box 9, folder 10

Larsen, Carl

box 9, folder 11

Lipsett, Alexander

box 9, folder 12

Lindbergh, Anne and Charles

box 9, folder 13

Lochner, Louis

box 9, folder 14

Loewenstein, Hubertus, Prince

box 9, folder 15

Luce, Clare Boothe

box 9, folder 16

Lutz, Ralph

box 9, folder 17

McCormick, Anne O'Hare

box 9, folder 18

McGeachy, Mary Craig

box 9, folder 19

Moen, Lars

box 9, folder 20

Morgan, Ann

box 10, folder 1

O'Brien, Daniel

box 10, folder 2

Pennock, Meta

box 10, folder 3

Previtali, Rose

box 10, folder 4

Redfern, Gilbert

box 10, folder 5

Rickard, Edgar

box 10, folder 6

Richardson, John

box 10, folder 7

Sawtelle, Raymond

box 10, folder 8

Shattuck, Edwin

box 10, folder 9

Shaler, Millard

box 10, folder 10

Sokolsky, George

box 10, folder 11

Stowe, Leland

box 10, folder 12

Strauss, Lewis

box 10, folder 13

Thelen, John

box 10, folder 14

Thompson, Dorothy

box 10, folder 15

Tolles, Louis

box 10, folder 16

Tomara, Sonia

box 10, folder 17

Topping, Tom

box 10, folder 18

Torrey, Clare

box 10, folder 19

Wilbur, Marvin

 

Chronological

box 10, folder 20

1939

box 10, folder 21

1939-1940 September 30

 

1940

box 10, folder 22

January-March

box 10, folder 23

April-June

box 10, folder 24

July

box 11, folder 1

August

box 11, folder 2

September

box 11, folder 3

October

box 11, folder 4

October 2-November 19

box 11, folder 5

November

box 11, folder 6

November 20-December 6

box 11, folder 7

December

 

December 7-December 31

 

1941

box 12, folder 1

January

box 12, folder 2

February

box 12, folder 3

March

box 12, folder 4

April

box 12, folder 5

May

box 12, folder 6

June

box 12, folder 7

July-August

box 13, folder 1

September

box 13, folder 2

October

box 13, folder 3

November-December

box 13, folder 4

1941-1944

box 13, folder 5

1942

box 13, folder 6

1943-1945

 

Cables

 

General, Lists of cables 1939-1941

box 14, folder 1-2

Incoming

box 14, folder 3

Outgoing

box 14, folder 4

Berlin 1941

box 14, folder 5

Denmark, Norway, and Paris 1940-1941

box 14, folder 6

Heyl, Ernest and Raymond Wilson 1940

box 14, folder 7-8

Lithuania 1940

box 14, folder 9

London 1940-1941

box 14, folder 10

McDonald (?) 1941

box 14, folder 11

Stephens, Dorsey 1940

box 14, folder 12

Sweden 1940

 

Financial records

 

Auditing firm file

box 15, folder 1

General

box 15, folder 2

Statements of receipts and disbursements

 

Bank accounts

box 15, folder 3

Bankers Trust Company

box 15, folder 4

The Chase National Bank

box 15, folder 5

The First National Bank of Boston

box 15, folder 6

Guaranty Trust Company

box 15, folder 7

National City Bank of New York

box 15, folder 8

Budget file 1941-1943

 

Expenses

box 15, folder 9

1940

box 15, folder 10

1941

box 15, folder 11

1942

box 15, folder 12

Liquidation papers

box 15, folder 13

Tax forms

box 15, folder 14

Insurance correspondence and contracts

 

Mailing lists 1941

 

Names of people interested in the NCFSD, some with street addresses, arranged by state

box 16, folder 1

Alabama to Minnesota

box 16, folder 2

Mississippi to Wyoming

 

Names and hometown or city of local chairmen, arranged by state

box 16, folder 3

Alabama to Missouri

box 16, folder 4

Montana to Wyoming

box 16, folder 5

Names of residents in 46 states and the District of Columbia (supplemental mailing list of 612)

box 16, folder 6

Memoranda

 

Petitions

box 17, folder 1

Alabama

box 17, folder 2

Arizona

box 17, folder 3

Arkansas

box 17, folder 4

California

box 17, folder 5

Colorado and Connecticut

box 17, folder 6

Delaware and District of Columbia

box 17, folder 7

Georgia, Florida, and Idaho

box 17, folder 8

Illinois

box 18, folder 1-2

Illinois

box 18, folder 3

Indiana

box 18, folder 4

Iowa

box 18, folder 5

Kansas and Kentucky

box 19, folder 1

Kentucky

box 19, folder 2

Louisiana

box 19, folder 3

Maine

box 19, folder 4

Maryland

box 19, folder 5-7

Massachusetts

box 19, folder 8

Michigan

box 20, folder 1

Minnesota

box 20, folder 2

Mississippi

box 20, folder 3

Missouri

box 20, folder 4

Montana

box 20, folder 5

Nebraska

box 20, folder 6

Nevada

box 20, folder 7

New Jersey

box 20, folder 8

New Hampshire

box 20, folder 9

New Mexico

box 20, folder 10

New York

box 21, folder 1

North Carolina

box 21, folder 2

North Dakota

box 21, folder 3

Ohio

box 21, folder 4

Oklahoma

box 21, folder 5

Oregon

box 21, folder 6-8

Pennsylvania

box 22, folder 1

Rhode Island

box 22, folder 2

South Carolina

box 22, folder 3

South Dakota

box 22, folder 4

Tennessee

box 22, folder 5

Texas

box 22, folder 6

Utah

box 22, folder 7

Vermont

box 22, folder 8

Virginia

box 22, folder 9

Washington

box 22, folder 10

West Virginia

box 22, folder 11

Wisconsin

box 22, folder 12

Wyoming

 

Public relations file 1938-1947

box 23, folder 1

General

box 23, folder 2

Advertisements and correspondence of printing company

box 23, folder 3

Chronological list of press releases and publications issued and speeches and statements given entitled "History of the National Committee on Food for the Small Democracies,"

 

Clippings about various World War II relief projects, including NCFSD

box 23, folder 4

1939-1940 August 13

box 23, folder 5

1940 August 14 - December

 

1941

box 23, folder 6

January-June

box 24, folder 1

July-December

box 24, folder 2

1942-1945

 

Correspondence 1940-1941

box 24, folder 3

Form letters from Charles F. Horner, Director, Local Committees

box 24, folder 4

Letters to Mr. Hoover in opposition to NCFSD and replies from Bernice Miller 1940 August

 

Letters and bulletins to chairmen of local committees

box 25, folder 1

Undated

 

1941

box 25, folder 2

January 15, 22, 29

box 25, folder 3

February 5, 8, 19, 24

box 25, folder 4

March 3, 5, 11, 28

box 25, folder 5

April 10, 21

box 25, folder 6

May 17

box 25, folder 7

June 17, 19, 24

box 25, folder 8

July 2

box 25, folder 9

August 4, 20

box 25, folder 10

September 10, 24

box 25, folder 11

October 9, 29

box 25, folder 12

November 29

box 25, folder 13

December 27

 

Letters to National Committee members

box 25, folder 14

1940 October-1941 February

 

1941

box 25, folder 15

March

box 25, folder 16

April-December

 

Requests for NCFSD publications

box 25, folder 17

College and university libraries

box 25, folder 18

Public libraries

 

Press releases, statements, broadcast transcripts, bulletins

box 26, folder 1

Undated

box 26, folder 2

1938-1940

box 26, folder 3

1941 January-March

box 26, folder 4

1941 April-1945

 

Publications

box 27, folder 1

"An Alternative Suggestion," Statement. Typescript undated

box 27, folder 2

"The American Campus Speaks," Radio broadcast transcript. Typescript 1941 April 20

box 27, folder 3

"Blockade Means Starving Babies," undated Excerpts from Unfinished Victory by Arthur Bryant. Typescript

box 27, folder 4

British Attitude Toward the Relief of Belgium During German Occupation in the First World War, Two printed brochures 1940 December

box 27, folder 5

"British Statements Regarding the Continental Food Problem," Two typescript copies 1941 February 28

box 27, folder 6

"The Challenge to Christianity," Two posters undated

box 27, folder 7

"Compassion in Conflict," Radio talk by Governor Leverett Saltonstall. Typescript undated

box 27, folder 8

Essay by Rose Wilder Lane, Typescript undated

box 27, folder 9

"The Evidence," Two printed flyers 1941

box 27, folder 10

Facing the Facts, Twenty-four printed issues 1941 March 15 - November 27

box 27, folder 11

"Facts and Purposes of the National Committee on Food for the Small Democracies," undated

 

Statement of explanation of formation includes historical perspective, endorsements, list of supporting clergymen and a description of the campaign to import food to some European countries. Typescript

box 27, folder 12

Food Aid Appeals From the Small Democracies, Two printed pamphlets 1941

box 27, folder 13

"Food for the Small Democracies: The Needs," ? Two typescript copies 1941

box 27, folder 14

Food map of Europe, Three printed copies 1941

box 27, folder 15

The Food Situation in Belgium as of July 1941, by E. J. Bigwood, with forward by Herbert Hoover, Two printed copies 1941

box 27, folder 16

"God and My Grandmother," Essay by Alice Booth. Typescript undated

box 27, folder 17

Letter sent to the 9 Philadelphians, Typescript 1940 October

box 27, folder 18

Manual of Simple Procedure for Local Activity for National Committee on Food for the Five Small Democracies, Includes a list of the material available, samples of a resolution, endorsement and a letter. Typescript and four printed pamphlets undated

box 27, folder 19

The March of Hunger, Script for a 5 minute radio broadcast. Typescript undated

box 27, folder 20

Must They Starve? 1940 October. Pamphlet responds to questions and answers from The Christian Science Monitor. Two printed pamphlets, two typescript copies of questions, four posters (two with cover letters), memoranda, correspondence

box 27, folder 21

Must They Starve?Pamphlet that is a literal and idiomatic translation of that described above, into Yiddish, with a forward, appeal for support, and a different photograph. Issued by NCFSD's Jewish Participation Bureau. Three printed pamphlets and a memorandum 1940 October

box 27, folder 22

"No Food Wasted, None Stolen or Lost," Two printed flyers 1941

box 27, folder 23

Plan For Saving Lives . . . Three printed brochures 1941

box 27, folder 24

"Some Comments on the Food Situation in Germany and the Occupied Countries," Two typescript statements undated

box 27, folder 25

"Stark Rations," Printed flyer, one newspaper mat undated

box 27, folder 26

"Statement by (the) Executive Committee of the National Committee on Food for the Five Small Democracies," Two printed brochures explaining the reason for formation of the NCFSD 1940

box 27, folder 27

"Statement by (the) Executive Committee of (the) National Committee on Food for the Small Democracies, refuting objections to the NCFSD. Typescript 1941 February 20,

box 27, folder 28

"Statement by the Executive Committee of the National Committee on Food for the Small Democracies, in Reply to the Statement of the British Ambassador of " undated One printed copy and one typescript copy of the British press release March 10th, 1941,

box 27, folder 29

"Synopsis. The Case for the Small Democracies," Two typescript copies 1941 April 3

box 27, folder 30

"Synopsis of Pros and Cons," Two typescript copies undated

box 27, folder 31

"We as Americans..." Memorandum issued with same text. Three printed copies 1940 September, October and November,

box 27, folder 32

"What Must Be Done to Start Relief," Two typescript copies 1943 May 3

box 27, folder 33

"Why I Support the Hoover Plan," Statement by Inez Haynes Irwin undated

 

Publicity file from other sources. Articles, editorials, speeches, pamphlets and press releases supporting the NCFSD

 

1940

box 28, folder 1

General

box 28, folder 2

Letters to Hoover June-July

box 28, folder 3

1941

box 28, folder 4

1942

box 28, folder 5

1943

 

Resolutions 1941-1942

 

General

box 29, folder 1

General

 

Status of tabulations

box 29, folder 2

Carded complete

box 29, folder 3

Not counted

box 29, folder 4

Received after January 1, 1942

 

Reports re endorsement of resolutions by state, city, town, and organization

box 29, folder 5

Undated

 

1941

box 29, folder 6

March 25

box 29, folder 7

April 23

box 29, folder 8

To be checked and carded

box 29, folder 9

To be checked for tabulation

 

Signed pledges of support of the NCFSD, specifically of aid to Poland, from U.S. Polish organizations, An acknowledgement written in Polish accompanies each "Approval" sheet 1941 February-April

box 30, folder 1

Connecticut

box 30, folder 2

Illinois

box 30, folder 3

Indiana

box 30, folder 4

Massachusetts

box 30, folder 5

Michigan

box 30, folder 6

Minnesota

box 30, folder 7

New Jersey

box 30, folder 8

New York

box 30, folder 9

Ohio

box 30, folder 10

Pennsylvania

box 30, folder 11

Wisconsin

box 30, folder 12

Miscellaneous

 

Signed endorsement forms, many with correspondence attached

box 31, folder 1

Unsorted

box 31, folder 2

Alabama

box 31, folder 3

Arizona

box 31, folder 4

Arkansas

box 31, folder 5

California

box 31, folder 6

Colorado

box 31, folder 7

Connecticut

box 32, folder 1

Delaware

box 32, folder 2

District of Columbia

box 32, folder 3

Florida

box 32, folder 4

Georgia

box 32, folder 5

Idaho

box 32, folder 6-9

Illinois

box 33, folder 1

Illinois

box 33, folder 2

Indiana

box 33, folder 3

Iowa

box 34, folder 1

Kansas

box 34, folder 2

Kentucky

box 34, folder 3

Louisiana

box 34, folder 4

Maine

box 34, folder 5

Maryland

 

Massachusetts

box 35, folder 1-3

Massachusetts

box 36, folder 1

Michigan

box 36, folder 2

Minnesota

box 36, folder 3

Mississippi

box 36, folder 4

Missouri

box 36, folder 5

Montana

box 36, folder 6

Nebraska

box 37, folder 1

Nevada

box 37, folder 2

New Hampshire

box 37, folder 3

New Jersey

box 37, folder 4

New Mexico

box 37, folder 5-7

New York

box 37, folder 8

North Carolina

box 37, folder 9

North Dakota

box 38, folder 1-2

Ohio

box 38, folder 3

Oklahoma

box 38, folder 4

Oregon

box 39, folder 1-3

Pennsylvania

box 40, folder 1

Pennsylvania

box 40, folder 2

Rhode Island

box 40, folder 3

South Carolina

box 40, folder 4

South Dakota

box 40, folder 5

Tennessee

box 41, folder 1

Texas

box 41, folder 2

Utah

box 41, folder 3

Vermont

box 41, folder 4

Virginia

box 41, folder 5

Washington

box 41, folder 6

West Virginia

box 41, folder 7

Wisconsin

box 41, folder 8

Wyoming

 

Subscriptions

box 41, folder 9

General

box 41, folder 10

Kiplinger Washington Letter

 

COMMITTEES 1939-1945

Scope and Contents note

Includes correspondence, lists of names of members, memoranda, statements enunciating the NCFSD's policy and program. Arranged alphabetically by name of committee and then by physical form
 

Executive Committee. See also CHAIRMAN'S FILE and MEMBERSHIP FILE

 

Correspondence

box 42, folder 1

Form letters

box 42, folder 2

MacAlarney, Robert E., re Reader's Digest article by Will Irwin

box 42, folder 3

Lists of members

box 42, folder 4

Minutes of meetings 1940 May 29-1944 March 24

box 42, folder 5

Statement in reply to that of the British Ambassador of 1941 March 10

 

Local Committees (city or town). Outgoing correspondence to members

box 42, folder 6

A - Ah

box 42, folder 7

Ai - Al

box 42, folder 8

Am - Aq

box 42, folder 9

Ar - Az

box 42, folder 10

Baa - Bak

box 42, folder 11

Bal - Baq

box 42, folder 12

Bar - Bas

box 43, folder 1

Bat - Baz

box 43, folder 2

Bea - Bel

box 43, folder 3

Bem - Bez

box 43, folder 4

Bia - Bix

box 43, folder 5

Bla - Boo

box 43, folder 6

Bop - Boz

box 43, folder 7

Bp - Bre

box 43, folder 8

Brf - Brz

box 44, folder 1

Bsa - Bz

box 44, folder 2

Caa-Can

box 44, folder 3

Cao-Caz

box 44, folder 4

Cba - Chz

box 44, folder 5

Cia - Cla

box 44, folder 6

Clb - Col

box 44, folder 7

Com - Coz

box 45, folder 1

Cpa - Crz

box 45, folder 2

Csa - Cz

box 45, folder 3

Daa - Daz

box 45, folder 4

De - Dh

box 45, folder 5

Di - Dn

box 45, folder 6

Do - Dq

box 45, folder 7

Dr - Dz

box 45, folder 8

E - Eh

box 45, folder 9

Ei - Eq

box 46, folder 1

Er - Ez

box 46, folder 2

F - Fh

box 46, folder 3

Fi - Fk

box 46, folder 4

Fl - Fq

box 46, folder 5

Fr - Fz

box 46, folder 6

G - Gh

box 46, folder 7

Gi - Gq

box 47, folder 1

Gr - Gz

box 47, folder 2

Haa - Ham

box 47, folder 3

Han - Har

box 47, folder 4

Has - Haz

box 47, folder 5

Hba - Hen

box 47, folder 6

Heo - Hez

box 47, folder 7

Hfa - Hnz

box 47, folder 8

Hoa - Hok

box 48, folder 1

Hol - Hon

box 48, folder 2

Hoo - Hoz

box 48, folder 3

Hp - Huq

box 48, folder 4

Hur - Hz

box 48, folder 5

Ia - Iv

box 48, folder 6

J - Jh

box 48, folder 7

Ji - Jq

box 48, folder 8

K - Kh

box 49, folder 1

Ki - Kl

box 49, folder 2

Km - Kq

box 49, folder 3

Kr - Kz

box 49, folder 4

Laa - Lan

box 49, folder 5

Lao - Laz

box 49, folder 6

Lea - Lee

box 49, folder 7

Lef - Ler

box 49, folder 8

Les - Lez

box 49, folder 9

Lia - Lin

box 49, folder 10

Lio - Loo

box 49, folder 11

Lop - Loz

box 50, folder 1

Lpu - Lz

box 50, folder 2

Mc - Mc

box 50, folder 3

Maa - Mad

box 50, folder 4

Mae - Man

box 50, folder 5

Mao - Mar

box 50, folder 6

Mas - May

box 50, folder 7

Me - Mez

box 50, folder 8

Mia - Mil

box 50, folder 9

Mim - Miz

box 51, folder 1

Mo - Mor

box 51, folder 2

Mos - Moz

box 51, folder 3

Mpa - Mqz

box 51, folder 4

N - Nh

box 51, folder 5

Ni - Ny

box 51, folder 6

O - Oh

box 51, folder 7

Oi - Oq

box 51, folder 8

Or - Oz

box 51, folder 9

Pa - Paz

box 52, folder 1

Pea - Pez

box 52, folder 2

Pf - Pl

box 52, folder 3

Po - Pq

box 52, folder 4

Pr - Pz

box 52, folder 5

Q - Qz

box 52, folder 6

R - Ree

box 52, folder 7

Reg - Rh

box 52, folder 8

Ria - Riz

box 53, folder 1

Roa - Rq

box 53, folder 2

Rr - Rz

box 53, folder 3

Saa - Saz

box 53, folder 4

Sca - Schz

box 53, folder 5

Sci - Scur

box 53, folder 6

Sea - Shaz

box 53, folder 7

Shea - Shuz

box 53, folder 8

Si - Sl

box 54, folder 1

Sm

box 54, folder 2

Sn - So

box 54, folder 3

Sp - Sq

box 54, folder 4

Sr - Ste

box 54, folder 5

Sti - Stz

box 54, folder 6

Su - Sz

box 54, folder 7

T - Th

box 54, folder 8

Ti - Tq

box 54, folder 9

Tr - Tz

box 55, folder 1

U - Uz

box 55, folder 2

V - Vz

box 55, folder 3

Wa - Waz

box 55, folder 4

Wea - Wez

box 55, folder 5

Wh - Whz

box 55, folder 6

Wia - Wiz

box 56, folder 1

Wj - Wq

box 56, folder 2

Wr - X

box 56, folder 3

Y - Yz

box 56, folder 4

Z - Zz

 

National Committee 1939-1945

Scope and Content note

See also MEMBERSHIP FILE.
 

Contributions

box 56, folder 5

Redirected to other relief agencies

box 56, folder 6

Retained for expenses

 

Returned to sender

box 56, folder 7

A - K

box 56, folder 8

L - Z

box 57, folder 1

Sent to the International Red Cross and the American Friends Service Committee

 

Correspondence 1940-1945

box 57, folder 2

General

box 57, folder 3

Appeals to the NCFSD for aid 1941-1944

 

Expressions of support, Responses written by Perrin Galpin 1941-1945

box 57, folder 4

A - B

box 57, folder 5

C - F

box 57, folder 6

G - L

box 57, folder 7

Gemmer, Robert

box 57, folder 8

Githens, Beverly

box 57, folder 9

Hauge, Thea

box 57, folder 10

M - P

box 57, folder 11

R - Z

box 58, folder 1

Replies to the Committee's letter for renewed support for the NCFSD April 1943

box 58, folder 2

Requests for copies of speeches, program material, methods for sending relief supplies or money to family members or others

box 58, folder 3

Lists of names of members

 

Memoranda - Interoffice

box 58, folder 4

General

box 58, folder 5

Galpin, Perrin

 

Richmond, Raymond H.

box 58, folder 6

Department heads, To all

box 58, folder 7

Horner, Charles F.

box 58, folder 8

Jacob, Betty

box 59, folder 1

Kennedy, Rosalie

box 59, folder 2

MacAlarney, Robert Emmet

box 59, folder 3

Motion picture proposal

box 59, folder 4

Personnel files

box 59, folder 5

Statements enunciating policy and program

 

CHAIRMAN'S FILE 1938-1946

Scope and Contents note

Papers of Herbert Hoover comprised of correspondence, diaries, history, reports, speeches and writings, statements, and clippings. Arranged alphabetically by physical form.
 

Clippings

 

Correspondence. Includes memoranda, reports of meetings, and telephone conversations

box 60, folder 1-3

General

box 60, folder 4

General

box 60, folder 5

Cables 1940-1941

box 60, folder 6

Drafts, holograph. Some typescript letters edited by Hoover

 

Alphabetical files. Incoming and response

box 60, folder 7

A-F

box 61, folder 1

G-L

box 61, folder 2

M-R

box 61, folder 3

MacAlarney, Robert E.

box 61, folder 4

Richmond, Raymond S.

box 61, folder 5

S-Z

 

Chronological files. Incoming and response

box 61, folder 6

1939 September-December

 

1940

box 61, folder 7

January-March

box 62, folder 1

April-August

box 62, folder 2

September-October

box 62, folder 3

November 1-20

box 62, folder 4

November 21-30

box 62, folder 5

December 1-10

box 63, folder 1

December 11-31

 

1941

box 63, folder 2

January

box 63, folder 3

February

box 63, folder 4

March

box 64, folder 1

April

box 64, folder 2

May-August

box 64, folder 3

September-December

box 64, folder 4

Replies to Hoover's letter of this date regarding present committee policy December 21

box 65, folder 1

1942-1945

 

Diaries

box 65, folder 2

- Trip to Finland. Includes itinerary, expenses, invitations 1938 February-March

 

1939-1943

box 65, folder 3

Draft by P. C. Galpin

box 65, folder 4

Note cards showing daily meetings, appointments, other Hoover activities

box 65, folder 5

History of the NCFSD General and other World War II relief projects Statements of purpose and organization

box 66, folder 1-2

The National Committee on Food for the Small Democracies

box 66, folder 3

United Distribution Commission for Poland, Inc.

box 66, folder 4

Liquidation files of the NCFSD. Correspondence and memoranda

box 66, folder 5

Reports

 

Speeches and writings

box 66, folder 6

Background material. Pamphlets, clippings

box 66, folder 7

Unidentified statement, Typescript undated

box 66, folder 8

Statement on campaign to supply food, Typescript drafts undated

box 66, folder 9

Statement on change in basis of approach, Typescript fragments and drafts undated

box 66, folder 10

Statement on reason for organization of the Commission for Relief in Belgium in One holograph draft, two typescript drafts 1914, undated

box 66, folder 11

Statement on refusal of British to open blockade, Holograph and typescript drafts undated

box 66, folder 12

Address, Madison Square Garden Mass Meeting for Polish Relief under the auspices of the Polish National Council of New York, New York City, New York, Typescript 1940 March 12

box 66, folder 13

"Russian Misadventure," Collier's, Printed copy 1940 April 27

box 66, folder 14

Statement in support of President Roosevelt's stand on defense, Typescript 1940 May 17

box 66, folder 15

Statement, Colorado Springs, Colorado, Typescript 1940 August 11

box 67, folder 1

"We as Americans ...," 1940 September. Six typescript memoranda, seven corrected proofs, eight drafts and draft fragments, a packet of six typescript and printed items generated by a Rolland Hall Sharp article in The Christian Science Monitor, and one printed copy

box 67, folder 2

Press release regarding food for Europe, Typescript 1940 October 6

box 67, folder 3

Press release on food for the little democracies, Typescript 1940 October 7

box 67, folder 4

"America and the Famine in the Five Little Democracies," Speech, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, New York. Correspondence, clippings, drafts, two printed copies 1940 November 15

box 67, folder 5

"Food and War," The Christian Science Monitor, Clipping 1940 November 23

box 67, folder 6

"When Winter Comes to Europe," 1940 November 23. Reprint of a Collier's article, "Feed Hungry Europe." Clipping and two printed copies

box 67, folder 7

Press release, Two typescript copies 1941 January 29

box 67, folder 8

"The March of Hunger in Europe," Address, Chicago, Illinois. Two printed copies, typescript copy 1941 February 16

box 67, folder 9

Statement on purpose of the National Committee on Food for the Small Democracies, Two typescript copies 1941 February 18

box 67, folder 10

Statement by the Executive Committee of the NCFSD in reply to the statement of the British Ambassador, Typescript drafts and one printed copy 1941 March 10

box 67, folder 11

"An Experiment in Saving the Lives of 3,000,000 Destitute Adults and Children in Belgium," Correspondence and three typescript drafts of a statement 1941 March 10

box 67, folder 12

Letter to the editor of The Times, London, Holograph draft, three typescript copies, clippings 1941 April 12

box 67, folder 13

"Shall We Have Compassion Again?" The American Hebrew, Printed copy 1941 April 25

box 67, folder 14

"Shall We Feed Europe?" (with Dorothy Canfield Fisher), Christian Herald, Printed copy 1941 June

box 67, folder 15

"Food for the Hungry," The Classmate, Printed copy 1941 June 21

box 67, folder 16

"A Call to American Reason," 1941 June 29. Radio address reprinted in the Congressional Record, Printed copy 1941 June 30

box 67, folder 17

Message to delegates, World's Sunday School Association, Mexico City, Mexico, Typescript copy, clipping 1941 July 15

box 67, folder 18

"Can Europe's Children Be Saved?" Radio address, New York City, New York. Draft, printed copy, reprint 1941 October 19

box 67, folder 19

Statement after the bombing of Pearl Harbor, Typescript 1941 December 8

box 67, folder 20

Statement before the U.S. Senate Committee on Banking and Currency, U.S. Congress, Typescript 1941 December 16

box 67, folder 21

Letter to National Committee members, Typescript 1941 December 17

box 67, folder 22

Memoranda 1942

box 67, folder 23

"We'll Have to Feed the World Again," Collier's, (part one) and December 5 (part two). Correspondence, two printed copies and two reprints 1942 November 28

box 67, folder 24

"Feed the Starving Now" (with Hugh Gibson), Collier's, Clipping and printed copy 1943 February 20

box 67, folder 25

"A Check-up of the Food Front," Address, New York City, New York. Printed copy 1943 June 8

box 67, folder 26

Memorandum of press conference, Brussels, Belgium, Typescript 1946 April 8

 

MEMBERSHIP FILE 1939-1946

Scope and Contents note

Composed of correspondence, miscellaneous printed matter, invitations to join, mailing lists and other material related to membership. Includes personal papers of some committee directors. Arranged alphabetically by name of member.
 

General

 

General

box 68, folder 1

Invitations to join

box 68, folder 2

Refusals

box 68, folder 3

Resignations

box 68, folder 4-5

Rosters and mailing lists

box 68, folder 6

Suspensions

box 68, folder 7

Thank you letters

 

Correspondence

box 69, folder 1-26

A

box 69, folder 27-73

B-Bi

box 70, folder 1-52

Bl-By

box 70, folder 53-78

Ca

box 71, folder 1-39

Ch-Cu

box 71, folder 40-84

D-E

box 72, folder 1-39

F

box 72, folder 40-75

G

box 73, folder 1-69

H

box 73, folder 70-75

I

box 74, folder 1-24

J

box 74, folder 25-48

K

box 74, folder 49-75

L-Le

box 75, folder 1-21

Li-Ly

box 75, folder 22-61

Mc-Ma

box 76, folder 1-43

M

box 76, folder 44-59

N

box 77, folder 1-16

O

box 77, folder 17-60

P

box 78, folder 1-41

R

box 78, folder 42-72

S-Sh

box 79, folder 1-56

Si-Sz

box 79, folder 57-70

Ta-Ti

box 80, folder 1-9

T

box 80, folder 10

U

box 80, folder 11-15

V

box 80, folder 16-49

Wa-Wh

box 81, folder 1-21

Wi-Wr

box 81, folder 22-26

Y

box 82, folder 1-2

Davis, Norman. Correspondence 1939-1941

 

Garrette, Eve 1939-1945

box 82, folder 3

Biography

 

Correspondence. Includes correspondence of Women Writers Division and printed matter

 

General

box 82, folder 4

A

box 82, folder 5

B

box 82, folder 6

C

box 82, folder 7

D

box 82, folder 8

E

box 82, folder 9

F

box 82, folder 10

G

box 82, folder 11

H

box 82, folder 12

I

box 82, folder 13

J

box 83, folder 1

K

box 83, folder 2

L

box 83, folder 3

Mc

box 83, folder 4

M

box 83, folder 5

N

box 83, folder 6

O

box 83, folder 7

P

box 83, folder 8

R

box 83, folder 9

S

box 83, folder 10

T-V

box 83, folder 11

W-Z

box 83, folder 12-13

Authors and writers

box 84, folder 1

Expense account

box 84, folder 2

Form letters, invitations to join, sample petition

box 84, folder 3

Maps of food distribution in Europe

 

Memoranda

 

General

box 84, folder 4

Incoming

box 84, folder 5

Outgoing

box 84, folder 6

Aydelott, George. Incoming

 

Publications

 

Agricultural

box 84, folder 7

Correspondence

box 84, folder 8

Form letters

box 84, folder 9

Lists of publications

 

Religious

box 84, folder 10-12

Clippings

box 84, folder 13

Contact letter

 

Correspondence

box 85, folder 1-7

General

box 86, folder 1-2

Catholic

box 86, folder 3

Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America

box 86, folder 4

Jewish

 

Lists

box 86, folder 5-6

General

box 86, folder 7

Catholic

box 86, folder 8

Jewish

box 86, folder 9

Subscriptions

 

Speeches and writings

 

Articles

box 86, folder 10-11

General. Background and publicity material produced by NCFSD

box 87, folder 1-4

Garrette, Eve

box 87, folder 5

Clippings and typed excerpts from miscellaneous publications re food situation in Europe

box 87, folder 6

Editorials

 

Poetry

box 87, folder 7

General

box 87, folder 8

Correspondence

box 87, folder 9

Radio programs

box 87, folder 10

Report, "Summation of Bigwood Report Comments"

 

Subject File - Women Writers Division

 

Correspondence and articles offered for publication

box 88, folder 1

Baldwin, Faith

box 88, folder 2

Booth, Alice

box 88, folder 3

Fisher, Dorothy Canfield

box 88, folder 4

Irwin, Inez Haynes

box 88, folder 5

Lane, Rose Wilder

box 88, folder 6

Mitchell, Ruth Comfort

box 88, folder 7

Ostenso, Martha

box 88, folder 8

Sangster, Margaret

box 88, folder 9

Form letter offering articles for publication

box 88, folder 10

Lists of authoresses and prominent American women

box 88, folder 11

Women's statement

box 88, folder 12

Miscellany

 

Gibson, Hugh 1940-1945

 

Correspondence

 

General

 

General. Includes printed matter

box 88, folder 13-15

1940 March-July

 

1941

box 88, folder 16-17

Jan.-March

box 89, folder 1-2

April-June

box 89, folder 3-4

July-Dec

box 89, folder 5-6

1942 March-1943 April

box 89, folder 7

1943 April

box 90, folder 1-3

1943 May-1945 April

box 90, folder 4

Galpin, Perrin

box 90, folder 5

Hoover, Herbert

box 90, folder 6

National Committee members

box 90, folder 7

Rickard, Edgar

box 90, folder 8

Tuck, W. Hallam

 

Cables

 

General

 

Incoming

box 91, folder 1

1940

box 91, folder 2

1941

box 91, folder 3

Outgoing

box 91, folder 4

Pate, Maurice

box 91, folder 5

Diary, Typescript 1940 June

box 91, folder 6

Financial statements and expense accounts 1940-1945

box 91, folder 7

Writings. "Food Is a Weapon," 1942 February

 

Hartigan, John 1940-1941

box 91, folder 8

Biographical material

box 91, folder 9

Clippings

 

Correspondence

 

General

box 91, folder 10

General. Mostly about Hartigan

box 91, folder 11

Hoover, Herbert

box 91, folder 12-14

Cables exchanged with "Foodcomm," "Polish Committee" and "Belgamcomm"

 

Speeches and writings

box 91, folder 15

Radio interview, NBC 1940 August

box 91, folder 16

Report on visit to Norway

 

Horner, Charles 1939-1944

box 92, folder 1

Bulletins and press releases

box 91, folder 2

Clippings

 

Correspondence

 

General

box 91, folder 3

Form letters and petitions

box 91, folder 4

Sample letters

box 91, folder 5

Allen, Ben

box 91, folder 6

Baltimore

box 91, folder 7

Boston

box 93, folder 1

Chicago

box 93, folder 2

Indianapolis

box 93, folder 3

Jewish religious groups

box 93, folder 4

Local Committee Division (letters of the chairman)

box 93, folder 5-6

Massachusetts

box 93, folder 7

National Committee

box 94, folder 1

Philadelphia

box 94, folder 2

United States. Congress

box 94, folder 3

Mailing lists

box 94, folder 4

Radio scripts

 

Resolutions and statements

box 94, folder 5

General

box 94, folder 6

Drafts

box 94, folder 7

Medical statement

box 94, folder 8

Women's statement

 

Speakers' bureau file. See also SPEAKERS' BUREAU

 

Staff file

 

General

box 95, folder 1-2

Instructions to fieldmen

box 95, folder 3

Material for speakers

box 95, folder 4

Aydelott, George

box 95, folder 5

Miscellany

 

Kershner, Howard 1943-1946

 

Biographical material

box 96, folder 1

Biographical sketches. Typescript and handwritten

box 96, folder 2

Publicity. Printed and typescript material publicizing Kershner's national tour

box 96, folder 3

Speaking schedule. Typescript, mimeographed and handwritten notes on Kershner's speaking engagements during national tour

box 96, folder 4

Speaking tour report by cities. Excerpts from letters relating to Kershner's lectures, and itinerary

 

Correspondence 1943

 

General. Relates to lecture tour

box 96, folder 5

Arizona

box 96, folder 6

California

box 96, folder 7

Colorado

box 96, folder 8

Connecticut

box 96, folder 9

Florida

box 96, folder 10

Illinois

box 96, folder 11

Indiana

box 96, folder 12

Iowa

box 96, folder 13

Kansas

box 96, folder 14

Maryland

box 96, folder 15

Massachusetts

box 96, folder 16

Michigan

box 96, folder 17

Minnesota

box 96, folder 18

Missouri

box 96, folder 19

Nebraska

box 96, folder 20

New Hampshire

box 96, folder 21

New Jersey

box 97, folder 1

New York

box 97, folder 2

North Carolina

box 97, folder 3

Ohio

box 97, folder 4

Oklahoma

box 97, folder 5

Oregon

box 97, folder 6

Pennsylvania

box 97, folder 7

Rhode Island

box 97, folder 8

Texas

box 97, folder 9

Utah

box 97, folder 10

Washington, D.C.

box 97, folder 11

Washington

box 97, folder 12

Wisconsin

box 97, folder 13

Wyoming

box 97, folder 14

Bloom, Sol

box 97, folder 15

The Christian Science Monitor

box 97, folder 16

Clarkson, Helen

box 97, folder 17

Fortune

box 97, folder 18

France, Edward

box 98, folder 1

Galpin, Perrin

box 98, folder 2

Harper's Bazaar

box 98, folder 3

Hoover, Herbert

box 98, folder 4

National Information Bureau

box 98, folder 5

Pye, Edith

box 98, folder 6

Saturday Evening Post

 

Speeches and writings

box 98, folder 7

"Incredible Folly of Starving Our Friends," speech, Typescript undated

box 98, folder 8

One Humanity. Correspondence and memoranda

box 98, folder 9

"Schoolchildren in France, Hunger and Apathy, " London Times Educational Supplement, Includes printed article and related editorial 1943 January 30

box 98, folder 10

Untitled 1943 March 8

box 98, folder 11

"Children Abroad Starving," New York Times, Includes printed copies, reprints and related correspondence 1943 April 20

box 98, folder 12

"What Must Be Done to Start Relief," Mimeographed copy 1943 May 3

box 98, folder 13

Introduction to Herbert Hoover, Carnegie Hall 1943 May 8

box 98, folder 14

Letter to the editor, New York Times, Typescript and related clipping 1943 May

box 98, folder 15

"We Starve Our Friends," Collier's, Reprint and related clipping 1943 July 31

box 98, folder 16

"How to Save the Starving Children of Europe Without Aiding the Enemy," speech, Printed and mimeograph copies 1943 September 25

box 98, folder 17

"American and British Public OpinionFavor Child Feeding in Nazi Dominated Countries," report to U.S. Congress. Mimeograph copies, press releases and clippings

box 98, folder 18

"Statement of Dr. Howard E. Kershner," U.S. Senate, Committee on Foreign Relations, Subcommittee on Relief for Starving Peoples of Europe, Printed copy and related clippings 1943 November

box 98, folder 19

"Strategy and Humanity of Rescuing the Dying Children of Europe," 1943 November 11

box 98, folder 20

"Who Blocks Feeding Europe?" The Commonweal, Printed copy 1943 December 10

box 98, folder 21

"Food for Europe," The Reviewing Stand, a radio discussion with Wayne Taylor, Howard Kershner, et al., Printed copy 1944 February 13

box 98, folder 22

"A Plea for the Children in Nazi Dominated Europe," a radio discussion by Senator Elbert D. Thomas, Senator Robert Taft, and Dr. Howard E. Kershner, Printed copies 1944 March 3

box 98, folder 23

"Save Europe's Children: It's Your Move Mr. President," Reprints and mimeographed copies 1944 April 19

box 98, folder 24

"Feeding Children in Nazi Dominated Europe," Congressional Record, Reprints 1944 May 4

box 98, folder 25

"Nazi-Dominated Europe Starves," 1944 May 8

box 98, folder 26

"French Food Need Stressed," New York Times, letter to the editor with Anne Morgan, Printed copy 1944 June 15

box 98, folder 27

"Help For Suffering Children of Europe," Mimeographed copy 1945 May 4

box 98, folder 28

"Merging Temporary Council With Save the Children Federation," speech, Typescript copy 1945 May 8

box 98, folder 29

"Battered Belgium," Typescript copy 1945 September 30

box 98, folder 30

"Kershner's Diary Pictures Plight of Children in Western Europe," New York Herald Tribune, Clipping 1945 November 25

box 98, folder 31

"Holland Four Months After Liberation," Christian Science Monitor, Reprint 1946

box 98, folder 32

"40,000 Child War Victims Still Suffer in Sweden," The SCF Bulletin, Printed copy 1946 September

 

Subject file 1943-1946

box 99, folder 1

American Friends Service Committee

box 99, folder 2

Food Relief Campaign, London

box 99, folder 3

The Kershner Plan

 

National Committee on Food for the Small Democracies

box 99, folder 4

General

box 99, folder 5

Press releases

box 99, folder 6

Radio talks

box 99, folder 7

Resolutions

 

Save the Children Federation

box 99, folder 8

General

box 99, folder 9

Mailings

box 100, folder 1

Monday Morning Newsletter

box 100, folder 2

Quarterly Bulletin

 

Temporary Council on Food for Europe's Children

box 100, folder 3

General

box 100, folder 4

Mailings

box 100, folder 5

Merger

box 100, folder 6

Minutes

box 100, folder 7

Press releases

box 100, folder 8

Publicity

box 100, folder 9

Miscellany

 

Mc Cormick, Chauncey 1940-1942

box 100, folder 10

Clippings

 

Correspondence

box 100, folder 11

General

box 100, folder 12

Germany. Botschaft (United States)

box 100, folder 13

Great Britain. Embassy (United States)

box 100, folder 14

Poland. Ambasada (United States)

box 100, folder 15-16

Hoover, Herbert

box 100, folder 17

Hull, Cordell

box 100, folder 18

Subject file - Commission for Polish Relief, Inc. Agenda and minutes of meeting

 

Pate, Maurice 1939-1942

 

Correspondence

 

General

box 100, folder 19

General

box 100, folder 20

Davis, Norman

box 100, folder 21

Germany. Botschaft (United States)

box 100, folder 22

Great Britain. Embassy (United States)

box 100, folder 23

Galpin, Perrin

box 101, folder 1-3

Hoover, Herbert. Includes H. B. Frese's essays on food situation in Europe

box 101, folder 4

McCormick, Chauncey

box 101, folder 5

National Committee

box 101, folder 6

Richey, Lawrence

box 101, folder 7

Rickard, Edgar

box 101, folder 8

Tuck, W. Hallam

box 101, folder 9

Cables exchanged with "Foodcomm," "Polish Committee" and "Belgamcomm"

box 101, folder 10

Letters to the editor

box 101, folder 11

Speeches and writings

box 101, folder 12

Subject file - Commission for Polish Relief, Inc.

 

Richmond, Raymond 1940-1942

 

Correspondence. Includes clippings

box 101, folder 13

General

 

General

box 101, folder 14

Farm publications

box 101, folder 15

Galpin, Perrin

box 101, folder 16

Garrette, Eve

box 101, folder 17

Hoover, Herbert

box 102, folder 1-7

Hoover, Herbert

box 102, folder 8

Horner, Charles

box 102, folder 9

Rickard, Edgar

box 102, folder 10

Sawtelle, Raymond

box 102, folder 11

Tuck, W. Hallam

 

Speeches and writings

box 103, folder 1

Johnson, Edwin, Senator. Speech delivered in the United States Senate, Includes some correspondence 1941 March

box 103, folder 2

Richmond, Raymond. Radio broadcast 1941 June

box 103, folder 3

Miscellany. Includes press releases and form letters

 

Stephens, Dorsey 1941

box 103, folder 4-6

Correspondence

 

Reports

box 103, folder 7

"Food As a Counter-Weapon in the War"

box 103, folder 8

Food situation in Holland and Belgium

box 103, folder 9

Tuck, W. Hallam. Correspondence and clippings

 

SPEAKERS' BUREAU 1941

Scope and Contents note

Includes lists of speakers, informative material used by speakers, schedules and correspondence re speaking engagements. Also includes radio programs. Arranged by physical form.
box 104, folder 1

Biographical data

box 104, folder 2

Clippings

 

Correspondence

 

General. Hamilton, Blanche, Director, Speakers' Bureau

box 104, folder 3

General

box 104, folder 4

Hoover, Herbert

box 104, folder 5

Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas

box 104, folder 6

California

box 104, folder 7

Colorado

 

Connecticut

box 104, folder 8

A-G

box 104, folder 9

H-Z

box 104, folder 10

District of Columbia

box 104, folder 11

Florida, Georgia

box 104, folder 12

Illinois

box 104, folder 13

Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana

box 105, folder 1

Maine, Maryland

box 105, folder 2

Massachusetts

box 105, folder 3

Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana

box 105, folder 4

Nebraska, New Hampshire

box 105, folder 5

New Jersey

 

New York City

box 105, folder 6

A-L

box 105, folder 7

M-Z

box 106, folder 1

New York State

box 106, folder 2

North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon

box 106, folder 3

Pennsylvania

box 106, folder 4

Rhode Island

box 106, folder 5

South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Virginia

box 106, folder 6

Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming

box 106, folder 7-8

Informative material

 

Invitations to speak

box 106, folder 9

General

box 106, folder 10

Hoover, Herbert

box 107, folder 1

Lists of speakers and prospective speakers

box 107, folder 2

Meeting and conference schedule

 

Memoranda - Interoffice 1941

 

Incoming

box 107, folder 3

January-February

box 107, folder 4

March-April

box 107, folder 5

May-June

box 107, folder 6

July-October

box 107, folder 7

November-December

box 107, folder 8

Outgoing

box 107, folder 9

Resolutions of the United States Congress

box 107, folder 10

Reports

 

Speakers' file

 

General

box 107, folder 11

A

box 107, folder 12

B

box 108, folder 1

C

box 108, folder 2

D

box 108, folder 3

E

box 108, folder 4

F

box 108, folder 5

G

box 108, folder 6

H

box 108, folder 7

I

box 108, folder 8

J

box 108, folder 9

K

box 108, folder 10

L

box 108, folder 11

M

box 108, folder 12

N

box 108, folder 13

O

box 108, folder 14

P-Q

box 109, folder 1

R

box 109, folder 2

S

box 109, folder 3

T

box 109, folder 4

U

box 109, folder 5

V

box 109, folder 6

W

box 109, folder 7

XYZ

 

Homan, Helen Walker

 

Correspondence

box 109, folder 8

General

box 109, folder 9

Office

box 109, folder 10

Speeches and writings

 

Trips file

box 109, folder 11

Ohio

box 109, folder 12

West Virginia

box 109, folder 13

Wisconsin and Illinois

 

Speeches and radio addresses

 

General

box 110, folder 1-2

General

box 110, folder 3

Carter, Boake

box 110, folder 4

Heyl, Ernest

box 110, folder 5

"American Forum of the Air"

box 110, folder 6

"People's Platform"

box 110, folder 7

"Town Meeting of the Air"

 

SUPPORT GROUPS 1940-1946

Scope and Contents note

Composed of correspondence, office files, resolutions and signed petitions. Arranged alphabetically by category of support group and then by physical form.
 

Agriculture and farm groups

box 111, folder 1-2

Correspondence 1941-1943

box 111, folder 3

Press releases

box 111, folder 4

Statements of support of the NCFSD

 

Subject file

box 111, folder 5

Cornell University, Department of Agricultural Economics and Farm Management

 

The National Grange

box 111, folder 6

Correspondence

box 111, folder 7

Resolutions

box 112, folder 1

Opposition to the NCFSD

box 112, folder 2

Labor groups. Files of Raymond W. Bellamy, Director, Labor Participation Division

 

Religious groups

 

General

 

Correspondence

 

1940

box 112, folder 3

January-October

box 112, folder 4

November

box 112, folder 5

December

 

1941

box 112, folder 6

January-February

box 112, folder 7

March-April

box 113, folder 1

May-July

box 113, folder 2

August-September

box 113, folder 3

October-December

box 113, folder 4

1942-1944

 

Director's files. Files of the Reverend Ben F. Wyland who reached religious groups and clergymen for support of the NCFSD in the form of resolutions and signed petitions

box 114, folder 1

Biography

box 114, folder 2

Clippings

 

Correspondence

 

General

 

General, incoming and outgoing

box 114, folder 3

A - G

box 114, folder 4

H - O

box 114, folder 5

P - Z

box 114, folder 6

Personal

box 114, folder 7

Executive Committee members Herbert Hoover, Perrin Galpin, and others, to and from Wyland

box 114, folder 8

Keller, Adolf, Director, Central Bureau for Relief of the Evangelical Churches of Europe

box 114, folder 9

Religious publications

box 115, folder 1

Form letters

box 115, folder 2

Lists of names of religious leaders and clergymen

box 115, folder 3

Memoranda

box 115, folder 4

Opinions of the NCFSD by New York City clergymen

box 115, folder 5

Poster letter, "The Challenge to Christianity"

 

Printed matter

box 115, folder 6

General

box 115, folder 7

The Christian Century

box 115, folder 8

The Christian Science Monitor

box 115, folder 9

Christianity and Crisis

 

Excerpts from Protestant magazines and newspapers

box 115, folder 10

A-E

box 115, folder 11

F-Z

 

Resolutions regarding feeding starving Europeans

box 115, folder 12

Resolution 124, U.S. Senate

box 115, folder 13

Resolutions from churches

box 115, folder 14

Speeches and writings

box 115, folder 15

Statement of support of the NCFSD by religious leaders

 

Subject file

box 115, folder 16

Golden Rule Foundation

box 115, folder 17

Visit to the White House

box 115, folder 18

Miscellaneous

 

Denominations. Correspondence unless otherwise noted

 

Baptist Church

box 116, folder 1

Northern

box 116, folder 2

Southern

 

Catholic Church

box 116, folder 3

General

 

Ball, William C., Director, Catholic Participation Division

box 116, folder 4

General

box 116, folder 5

Clippings

 

Correspondence

box 117, folder 1

A-L

box 117, folder 2

M-Z

box 117, folder 3

Press releases

box 117, folder 4

Resolutions, petitions, endorsements

box 117, folder 5

Bishops

box 117, folder 6

Knights of Columbus

box 117, folder 7

Christian Science

box 117, folder 8

Congregational Church

box 117, folder 9

Disciples of Christ

box 117, folder 10

Episcopal Church

box 117, folder 11

Evangelical and Reformed Church and Evangelicalism

 

Judaism

 

General

box 117, folder 12

General

box 117, folder 13

Szoszkies, Henry

box 117, folder 14

Letters and press releases in support of NCFSD

 

Publicity material

box 118, folder 1

General

box 118, folder 2

Goldstein, Abraham J., Director, Jewish Participation Bureau

box 118, folder 3

Lutheran Church

box 118, folder 4

General

 

Eidem, Erling, Archbishop

box 118, folder 5

Mennonite Church

box 118, folder 6

Methodist Church

box 118, folder 7

Presbyterian Church

 

Society of Friends, American Friends Service Committee

box 119, folder 1

1940-1941

box 119, folder 2

1942-1946

box 119, folder 3-4

Miscellaneous

 

Student groups - National Student Committee

 

Correspondence

box 120, folder 1

General form letters

box 120, folder 2

A

box 120, folder 3

Ba

box 120, folder 4

Barbour, Hugh

box 120, folder 5

Be

box 120, folder 6

Bo

box 120, folder 7

Br

box 120, folder 8

Ca

box 120, folder 9

Ch

box 121, folder 1

Co

box 121, folder 2

Cr

box 121, folder 3

D

box 121, folder 4

E

box 121, folder 5

F

box 121, folder 6

Ga

box 121, folder 7

Go

box 121, folder 8

Ha

box 122, folder 1

He

box 122, folder 2

I

box 122, folder 3

J

box 122, folder 4

Ka

box 122, folder 5

Kaufmann, Peter

box 122, folder 6

Ki

box 122, folder 7

La

box 122, folder 8

Lee, Charles Marston

box 123, folder 1

Lo

box 123, folder 2

Lobenstine, Susan

box 123, folder 3

Ma

box 123, folder 4

Mc

box 123, folder 5

Me

box 123, folder 6

Mo

box 123, folder 7

N

box 123, folder 8

O

box 123, folder 9

Pa

box 123, folder 10

Ph

box 124, folder 1

Po

box 124, folder 2

Pohlman, Vernon

box 124, folder 3

Q-Ra

box 124, folder 4

Rice, C. Leslie

box 124, folder 5

Richmond, R. S.

box 124, folder 6

Ro

box 124, folder 7

Sa

box 124, folder 8

Sc

box 124, folder 9

Schweiker, Hilda

box 124, folder 10

Se

box 124, folder 11

Sm

box 125, folder 1

Smith, Charles S.

box 125, folder 2

Sn

box 125, folder 3

St

box 125, folder 4

T

box 125, folder 5

Tomara, Sonia

box 125, folder 6

U

box 125, folder 7

United Christian Youth Movement

box 125, folder 8

V

box 125, folder 9

Wa

box 125, folder 10

Waples, Christine

box 125, folder 11

We

box 125, folder 12

Wi

box 125, folder 13

Wo

box 125, folder 14

XYZ

 

Office file

box 126, folder 1

General

 

Administrative file

 

Director, Betty Jacob

 

Correspondence

box 126, folder 2

General

box 126, folder 3

National Intercollegiate Christian Council

box 126, folder 4

Women's International League for Peace and Freedom

box 126, folder 5

Memoranda

box 126, folder 6

Personal file

box 126, folder 7

Speech notes

 

Mid West Representative, Helen Cummings. Correspondence

box 127, folder 1

General

box 127, folder 2

Iowa

box 127, folder 3

Minnesota

box 127, folder 4

Missouri

box 127, folder 5

Clippings

box 127, folder 6

Correspondence

box 127, folder 7

Expense accounts

box 127, folder 8

Mailing to 1000 names

box 127, folder 9

Radio broadcast transcripts

box 127, folder 10

Reports

box 127, folder 11

Resolutions

 

Subject file

box 128, folder 1

Meetings held. Activities are reported in press releases, memoranda and clippings

box 128, folder 2

Opposition to the National Committee on Food for the Small Democracies

box 128, folder 3

Student Defenders of Democracy (organization)

 

United States. Congress

 

General

box 128, folder 4

Correspondence. Letters from the publisher of Pathfinder, A News Review of World Affairs

box 128, folder 5

Lists of names of Congressmen and mailings sent

 

Publications - Congressional Record

box 128, folder 6

General

 

1941

box 128, folder 7

February

box 128, folder 8

March

box 128, folder 9

April

box 129, folder 1

May

box 129, folder 2

June-December

box 129, folder 3

Resolutions - S.R. 124 and H.R. 245

 

House

 

Correspondence, arranged alphabetically by name of Representative

 

General

box 129, folder 4

General

box 129, folder 5

Gibson, Hugh. Letter and replies

box 129, folder 6

A-F

box 129, folder 7

Buffett, Howard

box 130, folder 1

G-J

box 130, folder 2

K-O

box 130, folder 3

P-Z

 

Resolutions

box 130, folder 4

H.R. 98

box 130, folder 5

H.R. 117

box 130, folder 6

H.R. 221

box 130, folder 7

H.R. 244

box 130, folder 8

H.R. 245

box 130, folder 9

H.R. 3868

 

Senate

 

Correspondence, arranged alphabetically by name of Senator

 

General

box 131, folder 1-2

Mailings to Senators

 

Tuck, W. Hallam

box 131, folder 3

letter to Senators 1941 June 5

box 131, folder 4

letter to Senators 1941 July 8

box 131, folder 5

A-B

box 131, folder 6

Butler, Hugh A.

box 132, folder 1

C-D

box 132, folder 2

Capper, Arthur

box 132, folder 3

Connally, Tom

box 132, folder 4

E-G

box 132, folder 5

George, Walter F.

box 132, folder 6

H

box 132, folder 7

Johnson, Edwin C.

box 132, folder 8

Johnson, Hiram

box 132, folder 9

K

box 132, folder 10

L

box 132, folder 11

Lodge, Henry Cabot

box 133, folder 1

M

box 133, folder 2

Mc

box 133, folder 3

N

box 133, folder 4

O

box 133, folder 5

P

box 133, folder 6

R

box 133, folder 7

S

box 133, folder 8

T

box 133, folder 9

Taft, Robert A.

box 133, folder 10

V

box 133, folder 11

W

 

Resolutions

box 133, folder 12

S.R. 100

box 133, folder 13

S.R. 124

 

Women's organizations. Files of Mrs. Courtland D. Barnes, Chairman, who solicited resolutions and signed petitions in support of the NCFSD

box 134, folder 1

General

 

Correspondence

box 134, folder 4

A-B

box 134, folder 5

C-D

box 134, folder 6

Davis, Dwight, Mrs.

box 134, folder 7

E-G

box 134, folder 8

Federation of Women's Clubs

box 135, folder 1

H-K

box 135, folder 2

L-P

box 136, folder 1

R-S

box 136, folder 2

T-Z

box 136, folder 3

Women's Christian Temperance Union

box 136, folder 4

Women's International League for Peace and Freedom

box 136, folder 5

Young Women's Christian associations

 

Form letters

 

Resolutions

box 136, folder 6

Women Urge Adoption of Senate Resolution #124 and House Resolution #245

box 137, folder 1-4

Women Urge Adoption of Senate Resolution #124 and House Resolution #245

box 137, folder 3

Statement supporting NCFSD

 

OPPOSITION FILE 1939-1942

Scope and Contents note

Comprised of correspondence, clippings, and writings related to individuals and groups engaged in opposition to the work of the committee. Includes material on Dr. Henry Van Dusen. Arranged by physical form.
box 138, folder 1-2

Clippings

 

Correspondence

 

General

box 138, folder 3

A-B

box 138, folder 4

C-F

box 138, folder 5

G-H

box 138, folder 6

I-L

box 138, folder 7

M-P

box 138, folder 8

R-S

box 138, folder 9

T-W

box 138, folder 10

Clapper, Raymond

box 138, folder 11

Wall, Carl B. Includes clippings

box 138, folder 12

Lists of opponents and supporters

box 138, folder 14

Letters to the editor

box 138, folder 13

Rebuttals to opposition

box 139, folder 1

Pro-war material. Miscellany

 

Subject file

box 139, folder 2

Academic institutions and academics

box 139, folder 3

Chicago Committee of Twelve

box 139, folder 4

Jewish religious groups

box 139, folder 5

Philadelphia Committee of Nine

box 139, folder 6-7

Protestant religious groups and leaders. Includes correspondence of Rev. Ben Wyland

 

Van Dusen, Henry

 

Correspondence of and about him

box 139, folder 8-10

General

box 139, folder 11

Galpin, Perrin and Hugh Gibson

box 139, folder 12-13

Writings

 

COUNTRIES FILE 1933-1948

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, reports and clippings related to countries receiving aid, requesting aid, or establishing contacts with the committee. Arranged alphabetically and by physical form.
box 140, folder 1

Africa. Correspondence and clippings 1941-1943

box 140, folder 2

Albania. Correspondence 1941

box 140, folder 3

Argentina. Correspondence and clippings 1941-1943

box 140, folder 4

Austria - American Relief to Austria, Inc. Correspondence and clippings 1945

 

Belgium. Mostly material relating to the Commission for Relief in Belgium

 

Correspondence

box 140, folder 5-6

General

box 140, folder 7-8

Belgium. Ambassade (New York)

box 141, folder 1

Belgium. Ambassade (Washington)

box 141, folder 2

Belgium. Consulat (New York)

box 141, folder 3

Bree, Firmin van

box 141, folder 4

Fonck, Charles

box 141, folder 5

Gutt, Camille

box 141, folder 6

Spaak, Paul Henri

box 141, folder 7

Zeeland, Paul van

box 141, folder 8

Press releases

 

Printed matter

box 141, folder 9

General

box 141, folder 10

Clippings

box 141, folder 11

Solicitation and publicity material

 

Speeches and writings

box 141, folder 12

Author unknown, "The Peril of Starvation"

box 141, folder 13

Bigwood, E., "The Food Situation in Belgium as of " July 1941

box 141, folder 14

Brown, Milton, "Was the Hoover Relief of Belgium a Success?"

box 142, folder 1

Student file

 

Subject file

 

Belgian-American Educational Foundation

box 142, folder 2

General

 

Printed matter. The Belgian Campaign and the Surrender of the Belgian Army

box 142, folder 3

Typescript draft

box 142, folder 4

Printed copies

box 142, folder 5

Mailing list

box 142, folder 6

Belgian-American Relief Fund

box 142, folder 7

Belgian Committee in the U.S.A.

box 142, folder 8

Belgian Experiment

box 142, folder 9

Belgian funds in United States

box 142, folder 10

Belgian Gospel Mission

box 142, folder 11

Belgian Information Center

box 142, folder 12

Belgian Mission to the United States 1941 May

box 142, folder 13

Belgians in Britain

box 142, folder 14

Committees - Palo Alto

box 143, folder 1-3

Food shortages. Miscellaneous material

box 143, folder 4-5

Health conditions

box 143, folder 6-7

Missing persons

box 143, folder 8

Relations with Belgian government in exile and other officials

box 143, folder 9

Wilhelmina Fund, Inc.

 

China, Correspondence and clippings 1940-1943

box 144, folder 1

General

box 144, folder 2

China Famine Relief U.S.A., Inc.

box 144, folder 3

United China Relief

 

Czechoslovakia, Correspondence and clippings 1941-1943

box 144, folder 4

General

box 144, folder 5

American Friends of Czechoslovakia

 

Denmark 1941-1942

box 144, folder 6

Clippings

 

Memoranda, reports, and interoffice correspondence of National Committee

box 144, folder 7

General

box 144, folder 8

Report of American Friends of Danish Freedom and Democracy

box 144, folder 9

Ethiopia, Committee for Organization of Aid for Ethiopia 1940

 

Finland, Mostly material relating to the Finnish Relief Fund 1939-1946

 

Correspondence

 

General

box 144, folder 10

General, including cablegrams

box 145, folder 1

General, including cablegrams

box 145, folder 2-3

Cablegrams 1939 December-1940 July

box 145, folder 4

Finland. Consulate (New York)

box 145, folder 5

Hoover, Herbert and Paavo Nurmi, Taisto Maki, and Haimo Haitti

box 145, folder 6

Procope, H. [Finland. Legation (United States)]

 

Printed matter

box 145, folder 7

Clippings

box 146, folder 1

Fundraising and informational material. Includes Finnish Relief Fund and other relief organizations

box 146, folder 2

White Book. Typescript excerpts

box 146, folder 3

Subject file - Frederiksen, Kirsten

 

France, Material relating to food packages and other aid 1939-1945

box 146, folder 4-6

Memoranda, reports, and interoffice correspondence of National Committee

 

Printed matter

box 146, folder 7

Clippings

box 147, folder 1-4

Clippings

box 147, folder 5

French Relief News

 

Subject file

box 147, folder 6

France Forever

box 147, folder 7

French Societies Council

 

Germany, Material relating to food situation in Germany 1940-1946

 

Clippings

box 148, folder 1-2

Allied press

box 148, folder 3

German press

box 148, folder 4

Memoranda and interoffice correspondence of National Committee

 

Reports, charts, and miscellaneous information

box 149, folder 1

General

box 149, folder 2

"McDonald Report on Jewish Refugees, " Typescript 1934

box 149, folder 3

Subject file - American Friends of German freedom

 

Great Britain 1940-1944

 

Correspondence

box 149, folder 4

General

box 149, folder 5

Great Britain. Embassy (United States)

box 149, folder 6

Foot, Dingle

 

Printed matter and typescript reports re food situation in Europe and the British blockade

box 149, folder 7-9

General

box 150, folder 1-2

Clippings

 

Subject file

box 150, folder 3

American Committee for the Defense of British Homes

box 150, folder 4

British-American Ambulance Corps

box 150, folder 5

Bundles for Britain

box 150, folder 6

British War Relief Society and other aid for Great Britain

box 150, folder 7

Canterbury, Archbishop of

box 150, folder 8

Great Britain. Embassy (United States). Official policy statements and rebuttals of National Committee

box 150, folder 9

Lothian, Marquess of, British Ambassador to the U.S. Correspondence and miscellaneous printed matter

 

Peace Pledge Union

box 150, folder 10

General

box 150, folder 11

Posters issued by the Food Relief Campaign

 

Greece 1941-1945

box 151, folder 1-4

Clippings

box 151, folder 5

Memoranda and interoffice correspondence of National Committee

box 151, folder 6

Reports, charts, and miscellaneous information

 

Subject file

box 151, folder 7

Greek War Relief Association, Inc.

box 151, folder 8

Near East Foundation

box 152, folder 1

Haiti, Miscellany 1941

 

Hungary 1939-1941

box 152, folder 2

Memoranda, reports, and interoffice correspondence of National Committee

box 152, folder 3

Printed matter. Commission for Polish Relief, Inc. News Bulletin

box 152, folder 4

India, Miscellany 1942-1943

box 152, folder 5

Ireland, Clippings 1941

box 152, folder 6

Italy, Clippings 1940-1945

box 152, folder 7

Latvia, 1939-1940. Printed matter. Commission for Polish Relief, Inc. News Bulletin

 

Lithuania 1941-1945

box 152, folder 8

Memoranda, reports, and interoffice correspondence of National Committee

box 152, folder 9

Printed matter. Commission for Polish Relief, Inc. News Bulletin

box 152, folder 10

Luxemburg, Miscellaneous material including correspondence of National Committee 1940-1941

 

Netherlands 1941-1945

box 152, folder 11-12

Clippings

 

Memoranda, reports, and interoffice correspondence of National Committee

box 153, folder 1-2

General. Miscellaneous material including correspondence with the Queen Wilhelmina Fund

box 153, folder 3

Loon, Henrik Van

box 153, folder 4

Stolk, Cornelius Van

box 153, folder 5

Subject file. The Queen Wilhelmina Fund

 

Norway 1940-1943

box 153, folder 6

Clippings and typescript excerpts from newspapers

box 153, folder 7-8

Memoranda, reports, and interoffice correspondence of National Committee

box 154, folder 1-3

Memoranda, reports and interoffice correspondence of National Committee

box 154, folder 4

Printed matter. Miscellaneous publicity

box 154, folder 5

Speeches and writings. Evang, Karl, "Norway's Food in Peace and War"

 

Poland. Mostly material relating to the Commission for Polish Relief, Inc.

box 155, folder 1

Clippings and typescript excerpts from newspapers

box 155, folder 2

Log of Commission representatives in Germany, prepared by Columba Murray

box 155, folder 3

Map indicating areas of service by Commission for Polish Relief in Romania

 

Memoranda, reports, and interoffice correspondence of National Committee

 

General

box 155, folder 4-8

General

box 156, folder 1-2

General

box 156, folder 3

Letterheads used by Committee in Berlin

box 156, folder 4

British representatives

box 156, folder 5

Hoover, Herbert

box 156, folder 6

Majewski, Tomasz

box 156, folder 7

Strakacz, Sylwin, Consul General of Poland

box 156, folder 8

Znamiecki, Alexander, Relief Delegate of the Polish Government

box 156, folder 9

Zoltowsky, Janucz, Polish Financial Counselor

box 156, folder 10

Publications - News Bulletin, nos. 1-6

box 157, folder 1

Report. Osinski, Henry, "Report on Organization and Operation of Mission in Poland, " Dec. 1945 - Jan. 1947

box 157, folder 2

Statement of purpose and orgnization. Typescript draft

 

Subject file

box 157, folder 3

Jewish population in Poland. Miscellaneous material including clippings and correspondence

box 157, folder 4

Polish-American organizations

box 157, folder 5

Polish gold in Romania

box 157, folder 6

Transfer of contributions to Commission for Polish Relief, Inc.

box 158, folder 1

Portugal, Correspondence 1941

box 158, folder 2

Romania, 1939-1940. Commission for Polish Relief, Inc. News Bulletin and miscellany

box 158, folder 3

Scandinavia, Memoranda, reports, and interoffice correspondence of National Committee 1941-1944

box 158, folder 4

South America, Miscellany 1941

 

Soviet Union 1940-1947

box 158, folder 5

Clippings

 

Correspondence

box 158, folder 6

Soviet Union. Posol'stvo (United States)

box 158, folder 7

Russian War Relief, Inc.

box 158, folder 8

Straight, John(?)

box 158, folder 9

Memoranda, reports, and interoffice correspondence of National Committee

 

Spain 1940-1945

box 158, folder 10

Clippings

box 158, folder 11

Memoranda, reports, and interoffice correspondence of National Committee

 

Sweden 1941-1945

box 158, folder 12

Clippings and typescript exerpts of newspapers

box 158, folder 13

Memoranda, reports, and interoffice correspondence of National Committee

 

Switzerland 1940-1942

box 158, folder 14

Clippings

box 158, folder 15

Correspondence

 

Yugoslavia 1940-1944

box 158, folder 16

Clippings

box 158, folder 17

Memoranda, reports, and interoffice correspondence of National Committee

 

SUBJECT FILE 1932-1948

Scope and Contents note

Composed of correspondence, reports and printed matter. Includes information on organizations and committes working with the NCFSD or otherwise involved in humanitarian aid. Arranged alphabetically by subject.
box 159, folder 1

American Academy of Political and Social Science

box 159, folder 2

American Business Survey

box 159, folder 3

American Legion

box 159, folder 4

American organizations. Miscellaneous

box 159, folder 5

Bishop's Fund for World Relief

box 159, folder 6

Bonus Marchers in 1932

box 159, folder 7

Book lists

box 159, folder 8

Boy Scouts of America

box 159, folder 9

Capitol Gist Service

box 159, folder 10

Carnegie Hall Meeting

box 159, folder 11

Cartoons

box 159, folder 12

Child Welfare League of America

box 159, folder 13

Children of Europe

box 159, folder 14

Citizens for Victory

box 159, folder 15

Clothing

box 160, folder 1

Committe of Americans to Keep America American

box 160, folder 2

Committee of Mercy, War Relief Clearing House

box 160, folder 3

Committees - Miscellaneous

box 160, folder 4

Council for Democracy

box 160, folder 5

Democracies Allied Relief

box 160, folder 6

Easter Food for Europe Pilgrimage

box 160, folder 7

Facing the Facts

 

Fellowship of Reconciliation

box 160, folder 8

General

box 160, folder 9

Sayre, John

box 160, folder 10

Smucker, Don

box 160, folder 11

Fight for Freedom Committee

box 160, folder 12

Foreign Relief Appeal

box 160, folder 13

Foster Parents Plan for War Children

box 160, folder 14

Friends of Democracy

 

Food

box 160, folder 15

Maps

box 161, folder 1-2

Memoranda, reports, and interoffice correspondence

 

Printed matter

 

General

box 161, folder 3-4

General

box 161, folder 5

Black, John, "Food Enough." Typescript draft

 

Clippings and typescript extracts from newspapers

 

General

box 162, folder 1-3

1940-1941

box 162, folder 4-5

1944-1945

box 162, folder 6

New York Times

box 163, folder 1

Foreign funds

box 163, folder 2

Foreign holdings of U.S. properties

box 163, folder 3

Foreign Policy Association

box 163, folder 4

Freemasonry - United States

box 163, folder 5

Gallup poll

 

Health conditions of the civilian population in Europe

box 163, folder 6

General

box 163, folder 7

Influenza

box 163, folder 8

Tuberculosis

box 163, folder 9

Typhus

box 163, folder 10

Help the Children Committee

box 163, folder 11

Horace Mann League

box 163, folder 12

Human Events

box 163, folder 13

Infant mortality in Europe

box 163, folder 14

International Labor Office

 

International Committee of the Red Cross

 

Memoranda, correspondence, and reports

box 163, folder 15

General

box 163, folder 16

Sparrow, Edward

 

Printed matter

box 163, folder 17

General

box 163, folder 18

Clippings

box 164, folder 1

Keep America Out of War Congress

box 164, folder 2

Kits for Europe's Children

box 164, folder 3

Kiwanis International

box 164, folder 4

Legion for American Unity

box 164, folder 5

Loyal Americans of German Descent

box 164, folder 6

Loyalty for Victory

box 164, folder 7

Medical supplies

box 164, folder 8

No Foreign War Committee

box 164, folder 9

Mothers of American Sons

box 164, folder 10

Post-War World Council

box 164, folder 11

President's Committee on War Relief Agencies

 

Roosevelt, Eleanor 1941

box 164, folder 12

Clippings

box 164, folder 13

Correspondence

 

Roosevelt, Franklin, Correspondence 1940-1941

box 164, folder 14

Incoming

box 164, folder 15

Outgoing

box 164, folder 16

Russian War Relief, Inc.

box 164, folder 17

Save the Children Federation

 

Shipping

box 164, folder 18

General

box 164, folder 19

Mercy ships

box 164, folder 20

Frese, H., "Ships for Relief"

box 165, folder 1

To Stop European Wars Forever Council

box 165, folder 2

U.S. Committee for the Care of European Children

box 165, folder 3

Union for Democratic Action

box 165, folder 4

United Fund for Refugee Children, Inc.

box 165, folder 5

United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration

box 165, folder 6

United Service Organization (U.S.O.)

 

United States. Department of State. Correspondence and other material 1939-1944

box 165, folder 7

General

box 165, folder 8

Hull, Cordell. Includes clippings

box 165, folder 9

United States. Department of the Treasury

box 165, folder 10

Vitamins

box 165, folder 11

Young Men's Christian associations

box 166

MEMORABILIA undated

Scope and Contents note

One blue and white lapel pin inscribed, "Greek War Relief - I Helped."
photo file

PHOTOGRAPHS 1938-1941

Scope and Contents note

Includes 74 prints depicting Howard Kershner, Mr. Hoover's trip to Finland, prominent women, and views of war-torn Norway; and postcards of Belgium, 1940-194.
envelope A

5 prints depicting Howard Kershner

envelope B

6 prints depicting prominent women including Dorothy Dunbar Bromley, Geraldine Farrar, Margaret E. Sanger, and Faith Baldwin

envelope C

6 prints depicting Herbert Hoover's trip to Finland 1938

envelope D

1 print depicting bound volumes, Resolutions of Endorsement Approving the Plan of National Committee on Food for the Small Democracies

envelope E

46 prints depicting scenes in Norway after the German invasion

envelope F

10 postcards entitled "Miseres de l'hiver " depicting scenes of Belgium in the winter of 1940-1941 1940-1941,

box 167

Material not yet described

box 168

Material not yet described

box 169

Material not yet described