Willkie mss.1934-1945LMC 2191


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Creator Willkie, Wendell L., 1892-1944
Title: Willkie mss.
Dates: 1934-1945
Quantity: 500000 items
Abstract: The Willkie mss., 1934-1945, consist of correspondence, diaries, political memorabilia of Wendell L. Willkie.
Language: Materials are mostly in English.
Repository: Lilly Library

Biographical Note

Willkie was born in Elwood, Indiana in 1892, where his parents, Herman and Henrietta, were both lawyers. Willkie graduated from Elwood High School and then matriculated to Indiana University, where he earned an A.B. degree in 1913 and a L.L.B. in 1916. (He received an honorary Doctor of Laws degree from IU in 1938.) He joined the family law practice, but in the spring of 1917 entered the First World War with the 325th Field Artillery, which was stationed in France but did not see combat. After his discharge Willkie moved to Akron, Ohio, first working in the legal department at Firestone Tire and Rubber Company and later joining a private practice. In 1918, he married Edith Wilk (1890-1978), a librarian in his hometown of Elwood. They had a son, Philip (1919-1974).

In Akron, Willkie's skill as a public speaker and his activities in the local Democratic Party brought him into the public eye. Meanwhile, his case load was largely on behalf of utility companies and in 1929 he found himself in New York City representing the Commonwealth & Southern Corporation. Newly formed, the timing was unfortunate as the stock market crashed several months after his move. Nevertheless, Willkie became president of the company in 1934 and, through his plans, revenues increased.

Willie was also the Republican nominee for president in 1940.


Scope and Content Note

The Correspondence series includes numerous letters, cards, and telegrams of condolence following Wendell Willkie's unexpected death on October 8, 1944.

The Campaign 1940 series includes correspondence, pamphlets, train tour schedules, and ephemera pertaining to Wendell Willkie's campaign for the presidency in 1940. Photographs include images of Wendell Willkie, Edith Willkie, and other members of the Willkie family, as well as campaign and press photos. Speeches and Writings cover the years 1930-1944 and include Wendell Willkie's acceptance speech for the 1940 Republican Party nomination, as well as numerous campaign speeches and his seminal 1940 Fortune article, We, the People, at the time the most comprehensive statement of Willkie's worldview. Trip Files include materials regarding Willkie's tours of England and China during World War II, expeditions that would later shape the political and social philosophy of Willkie's book One World.

The One World series includes drafts and related correspondence to Willkie's 1943 bestselling travelogue, along with Willkie's diplomatic passport. Scrapbooks include Souvenir of the 1940 Campaign, an album of correspondence, clippings, memorabilia, and signatures of supporters from Willkie's presidential run; as well as The American Battle Monuments Commission, an album to Edith Willkie containing prints of monuments and cemeteries dedicated to World War II soldiers. Realia includes political buttons, awards and degrees, gavels and mallets, posters, yearbooks, busts of Willkie and Chiang Kai-shek, Willkie's hat and neckties, and a life-size cardboard cutout of Wendell Willkie. Artwork includes sketches, portraits, and political cartoons. The Miscellaneous series includes materials from Wendell L. Willkie's funeral service on October 17, 1944, and other items regarding Willkie's memorialization.

Note on Indexing Term - "International relations": In 1942 President Roosevelt sent Willkie on a mission around the world. In Willkie's papers there is material pertaining to the world trip. There is also material relating to Willkie's 1943 book, One World which espouses a unified world living in cooperation and coexistence.

Note on Indexing Term - "World War, 1939-1945": There is extensive correspondence with prominent political figures, speeches, and newspaper clippings from the war period.


Arrangement

The collection is Organized into the following series: I. Correspondence; II. Campaign 1940; III. Diaries; IV. Calendars; V. Commonwealth & Southern Corporation; VI. Photographs; VII. Speeches and Writings; VIII. 1940 Republican National Committee and Convention; IX. Political Issues (1941-1944); X. Trip Files; XI. Subject Files; XII. One World; XIII. Clippings; XIV. Printed; XV. Scrapbooks; XVI. Realia; XVII. Miscellaneous; XVIII. Index Cards; XIX. Audio-Visual; XX. Artwork.


Restrictions

Access Restrictions: This collection is open for research.

Usage Restrictions: Prior arrangements are not necessary before coming to the Library, however, patrons from out of town are encouraged to communicate with the Library in advance of their visits to ascertain availability of materials. Photocopying permitted only with permission of the Curator of Manuscripts, Lilly Library.


Related Material

Willkie Clubs mss., also located at the Lilly Library, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana.


Subject Headings

Persons

Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965.
Dewey, Thomas E. (Thomas Edmund), 1902-1971.
Eastman, Max, 1883-1969.
Halleck, Charles A. (Charles Abraham), 1900-1986.
Hoover, Herbert, 1874-1964.
Lodge, Henry Cabot, 1902-1985.
Luce, Clare Boothe, 1903-1987.
Luce, Henry Robinson, 1898-1967.
McNary, Charles Linza, 1874-1944.
Roosevelt, Franklin D. (Franklin Delano), 1914-1988.
Selznick, David O., 1902-1965.
Tarkington, Booth, 1869-1946.
Willkie, Wendell L. (Wendell Lewis), 1892-1944 --Correspondence.
Willkie, Wendell L. (Wendell Lewis), 1892-1944 --Diaries.
Zanuck family.
Zanuck, Darryl Francis, 1902-1979.

Corporate Bodies

Indiana University.
Republican National Committee (U.S.).

Subjects

Art
Indiana--Politics and government
International relations
Political parties --United States.
Presidential candidates --United States.
United States—Politics and government—20th century
Voyages around the world.
World War, 1939-1945

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

[Item], Willkie mss., Lilly Library, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana.

Acquisition Information

Acquired: 1975, 1976

Processing Information

Processed by Colleen Martin and Craig Simpson.

Completed in 2013


Table of Contents

Correspondence.

II. Campaign 1940

III. Diaries.

IV. Calendars.

V. Commonwealth & Southern Corporation.

VI. Photographs.

VII. Speeches and Writings.

VIII. Republican National Committee and Convention. 1940

IX. Political Issues (1941-1944)

X. Trip Files.

XI. Subject Files.

XII. One World.

XIII. Clippings.

XIV. Printed.

XV. Scrapbooks.

XVI. Realia.

XVII. Miscellaneous.

XVIII. Index Cards.

XIX. Audio-Visual.

XX. Artwork.

XXI. Additions.


Correspondence.
Arrangement
Divided into two subseries: Primary and Additional.
Primary Correspondence. Arranged alphabetically by name of correspondent, organization, or subject.
General
A
Ab-Abd.
Abbott, Arthur
Abbott, Arthur
Abelman, Max
Abey-Abo.
Abp-Abt.
Aca-Ach.
Acheson, Barclay
Ack-Acr.
Acworth, Edna
Adamic, Louis
Adams, A. - Adams, E.
Adams, F. - Adams, I.
Adams, J. - Adams, N.
Adams, O. - Adb.
Adams, Adda S.
Adams, Caswell
Adams, Ethyl R.
Adams, Franklin P.
Adams, Graham
Adams, Robt. McCormick
Adc-Adk.
Addis, Marjorie L.
Addresses
Adl-Ae.
Af-Ag.
Agar, Herbert & Eleanor
Ah.
Aharon, Gregor
Ai-Ais.
Aiken, Newton
Air Training Corps.
Ait-Ak.
Akers, Milburn Peter
Ala-Alb.
Alc-Ald.
Ale-Alex.
Alexander, Raymond Pace
Aley-Alez.
Alf-Alk.
Alfange, Dean
All-Allen, C.
Allen, Chris A.
Allen, D. - Allen, G.
Allen, Francis G.
Allen, Frank Hales
Allen, Frederick L.
Allen, Frederick M.
Allen, George W.H.
Allen, H. - Allen, L.
Allen, James
Allen, Joseph W.
Allen, Lafon.
Box 2 Allen, M. - Anf
General
Allen, M. - Allh.
Allen, Marilyn
Allen, Neil R.
Allen, Robert S.
Allen, Wm Prescott
Allen, William H.
Alli-Alo.
Almirall, Leon V.
Alp-Als.
Alpert, Carl
Alsop, Joseph
Alt-Alz.
Althouse, CE
Altschull, Frank
Ama-Amd.
Ame- American C.
American D. - American K.
Ame. Assoc. of Physicians & Surgeons
Ame. Hebrew Award
Ame. Institute of Decorators
American L. -Ameson.
Ame. Legion-VFW
Ame. Library Assn.
Amer. Red Cross
Americans United
Ami-Amz.
Ana-Anders.
Anderson, A-B.
Anderson, C.
Anderson, Carl
Anderson, D.-E.
Anderson, Don
Anderson, F.-G.
Anderson, H.-I.
Anderson, J.-K.
Anderson, Jessie
Anderson, L.-Q.
Anderson, Margaret
Anderson, R.
Anderson, S.
Anderson, Sumner S.
Anderson, T. - Andq.
Anderson, Dr. Thomas
Anderson, W.M.
Andr-Andrews, D.
Andrews, E.-Anf.
Andrews, Arthur I.
Andrews, Charles Harold
Andrus, Milton H.
Andrews, Paul Shipman
Box 3 Ang-Aus
General
Ang-Angz.
Angell, Ernest
Angell, Montgomery B.
Anh-Anm.
Ankeny, Harry R.
Ann-Ans.
Annenberg, Walter
Ant-Ao.
Apa-Apo
App-Aq.
Appleby, Stephen C.M.
Appling, Phillip H.
Ara-Arb.
Arakelian, Albert
Arant, Willard D.
Arc.
Ard-Arh.
Ardery, William B.
Ari-Arl.
Arkwright, Preston S.
Arma-Armstq.
Armstr-Armstrong, M.
Armstrong, Clarence
Armstrong, George S.
Armstrong, O.- Armz
Armstrong, Hamilton Fish
Armstrong, Robert
Armstrong, Wade H.
Arna-Arnn.
Arnkens, Conrad S.
Arno-Arnz.
Arnold, Henry Frank
Arnold, Stanley N.
Arnold, Wat
Aro-Ars.
Art-Arz.
Artherholt, M.A.
Asa-Asg.
Asgis, Alfred J.
Ash-Ashf.
Ashl-Ashz.
Ash, Kenneth K.
Ashe, Joseph
Ashley, Moses Saint Matthew
Ashton, Rosalie
Asi-Asz.
Askew, William M.
Association of the Bar-NYC
Ata-Ati.
Atherton, L.D.
Atk.
Atkinson, Lynn
Atkinson, Reilly
Atl-Atz.
Atwood, Frederic
Atwater, H. Gale
Aua-Auf.
Auchincloss, Charles C.
Auchincloss, James C.
Aug-Aur.
Aus.
Austin, Warren R.
Australian Legation
Box 4 Aut-Bal
General
Authors' Guild Aut-Auz.
Au-Ax.
Axtell, Silas Blake
Ay-Az.
Aydelotte, Frank
Aylesworth, M.
Alywin, William E.
Baa-Bab.
Babbitt, Willard
Baca-Bacj.
Back-Bacz.
Bacon, Gaspar G.
Bacon, George Wood
Bacon, Selden
Bad-Baf.
Bag-Bah.
Bagshawe, C.R.V.
Baia-Bailey, I.
Bailey-J-Baily
Bailey, Alice A.
Bailey, Charles S.
Bailey, David Algar
Bailey, George Howard
Bailey, Inkerman
Bailey, Theodore L.
Baim-Baj.
Bainbridge, John
Baird, Craig A.
Baird, Franklin E.
Baird, Gordon Ferris
Baka-Baker, G.
Baker, Franklin Jr.
Baker, Frederick E. (4 folders)
Baker, H-O.
Baker, J. Eugene
Baker, John W.
Baker, Leo R.
Baker, Newton D.
Baker, P-Bacz.
Baker, William A.
Bala-Balk.
Baldwin, Ada
Baldridge, T. Bayard
Baldwin, David H.
Baldwin, Joseph Clark
Baldwin, Marie H.
Baldwin, Raymond E.
Baldwin, Roger N.
Balfour, L.G.
Balink, Albert
Box 5 Ball-Bas
General
Ball
Ball, Joseph H.
Ball, Edgar G.
Ball, Max W.
Ballantine, Arthur
Ballard, Mrs. Frederick
Balm-Bam.
Balter,Bluford H.J.
Bamberger, Clarence C.
Bana-Banj.
Band, Charles E.
Bank-Banm.
Bann-Baq.
Baptist, J.H.
Bara-Barb.
Barber, Courtenay Jr.
Barc-Barf.
Barcome, John S.
Barden, Frank O. Jr.
Barg-Bark.
Barker, Fowler
Barker, J.W.
Barl-Barm.
Barna-Barnd.
Barnard, Frank W.
Barnard, Harold D.
Barnard, Jack C.
Barnes-Barnes, H.
Barnes, Joseph
Barnes, J-Barnes, Z.
Barnett, Raymond G.
Barnet-Barng.
Barney, Austin D.
Barney, John Maynard
Barney, Kenneth D.
Barnh-Barq.
Barnhart, Harry
Barr-Barrh.
Barr, Anna Mabry
Barr, Clyde L.
Barri-Barrx.
Barron, Samuel
Barrows, David P.
Barry, Charles C.
Barry-Bars.
Bart-Bartk.
Bartl-Bartn.
Barto-Barz.
Bartsch, Mrs. Carl W. (4 folders)
Baruch, Bernard
Basa-Basr.
Basham, P.M.
Bass-Basz.
Bass, Robert Perkins
Bassett, Pearl
Box 6 Bat-Benn
General
Bat-Benn
Bat.
Batterson, Walter E.
Bates, Mary Elizabeth
Bath-Batz.
Bau-Baul.
Baum-Baw.
Bax.
Baxter, Harold
Bay-Baz.
Bay, M.C.
Baynon, Martha A.
Bea-Beak.
Beadles, Elmer L.
Beal-Beaq.
Bear-Beas.
Beat-Beb.
Beaverbrook, Lord Maxwell
Bec-Bech.
Beck-Becker, F.
Beck, Hannah Emlen
Becker, I. - Beckl.
Beck, Paul V.
Becker, Mary Frances
Becker, Ralph E.
Becker, William Strayer
Beckm-Becz.
Bed.
Bee-Bef.
Beekman, Frederick
Beem, Emeline B.
Beer, G.A.
Beg-Beh.
Beggs, Arthur G.
Behnke, Irene
Bei-Belk.
Bell, A-G.
Bell, Elliott
Bell, H-O.
Bell, James Ford
Bell, P-Z.
Bell, Ulric
Bella-Bellz.
Bellamy, Paul
Belm-Bem.
Bemies, Chas. O.
Ben-Bend.
Benandum, Clarence
Benckenstein, L.J.
Bender, George H.
Bene-Benf.
Benedict, Louis
Beng-Benm.
Ben-Horim, Nashum
Benn.
Benner, Harry E.
Bennet, William S.
Bennet, A. - Bennh.
Bennett, George Howard
Bennett, William Montgomery
Box 7 Beno-Bis
General
Beno-Bens.
Beno, Ruth Viola Rapp
Bent-Beq.
Ber-Bergd.
Berge-Bergf.
Bergg-Berj.
Berk.
Berkson, Seymour
Berl-Berm.
Berna-Bernh.
Bernheim,
Alice R.
Berni-Berq.
Berr-Bers.
Berry, G.E.
Berzer, Maurice
Bert-Berz.
Bes.
Bet.
Beu-Bex.
Bevis, Palmer
Bey-Bh.
Biben, Joseph H.
Bi-Bid.
Bie-Bif.
Biddle, S.E.
Bierce, Bruce W.
Big-Bik.
Biggers, E.M.
Biggert, Bee Ripley
Bil-Bim.
Bilder, Walter
Bill of Rights Committee- Ame. Bar Assoc. (2 folders)
Billings, James S. (2 folders)
Bills, Edna C.
Bin-Big.
Binzel, Alma L.
Bira-Birj.
Bird, Charles Sumner
Birdsong, Ima
Birkhead, L.M.
Birk-Birt.
Birtwistle, Grace
Bisa-Biso.
Bisp-Bisz.
Box 8 Bit-Boq
General
Bjoze, Jack
Bit-Bk.
Bla-Blacka.
Blackb-Blackr.
Black, Algernon D.
Blachly, Clarence D.
Blacks-Blah.
Blackwood, Mrs. Gordon F.
Blai.
Blaine, William Thomas
Blak-Blam.
Blan-Blar.
Blas-Bld.
Blaugrund, Samuel J.
Ble-Blh.
Bleakley, William F.
Bli-Bln.
Bliven, Bruce
Bloa-Blon.
Blodgett, John H.
Blond, Maurice
Blonder, Edward G.
Bloo, Bloq.
Blood, Robert O.
Bloom, Sol
Blor-Blt.
Blossom, Josephine E. C.
Blossom, Sumner
Blu-Blul.
Blum-Bn.
Blunt, J.L.
Boa-Boc.
Bobbitt, Arch N.
Bobst, Elmer Holmes
Bock, Carl H.R.
Bod.
Bodfish, Morton
Boetcker, William J.H.
Boe-Bof.
Bog.
Boh-Bok.
Bola-Bolk.
Boll-Bom.
Bon-Bonm.
Bonn-Bonz.
Boo-Boos.
Boot-Boq.
Booth, J.V.
Booth, Lewis
Box 9 Bor-Brel
General
Bordeaux, James A.
Bora-Borf.
Borg-Borm.
Boring, Florence K.
Born-Borz.
Bos.
Boston Chamber of Commerce
Bot.
Boua-Bouq.
Bouee, Nate H.
Bour-Bov.
Bower, Casper M.
Bowerman, Esther H.
Bowers, Florence W.
Bowh-Bowk.
Bowker, Horace
Bowl.
Bowlby, Henry L.
Bow-Bowe.
Bowm-Box.
Bowman, A.E.
Bowman, George A.
Boy-Boyc.
Boyd-Boyk.
Boyd, Anson
Boyd, Julian P.
Boyl-Bq.
Br-Bradk.
Bradford, Robert Fiske
Bradl-Bradx.
Bradley, J. Kenneth
Bradner, M.R.
Bradshaw, Edgar H.
Brady-Bradz.
Brae-Bram.
Bran-Branc.
Branch, E.C.
Brand.
Brand, Alexander
Brander, Robertv
Brandt, Edward M
Brane-Brat.
Brau.
Brav-Braz.
Bray, Ralph G.
Brea-Bred.
Brecke, Roy L.
Bree-Brel.
Brees, Orlo M.
Brehmer, William
Box 10 Brem-Brown, K.
General
Brem-Bren.
Bres-Bret.
Brewer, Basil
Brewster, Ralph O.
Breu-Brh.
Bria-Brid.
Bricker, John W.
Bridwell, W.F.
Bridges, Harry - Browder, Earl Cases
Bridges, Styles
Brie-Brigg.
Briggs, George W.
Brigh-Brik.
Brightmire, Kenneth E.
Bril-Brir.
Brinkmann, Walter S.
Bris.
Brit-Brn.
British Information Services
British War Relief Society
Britton, J.G.
Brizard, Philibert L.
Broa-Brob.
Broadman, Joseph
Broc.
Brock, Ray
Brod.
Broe-Brol.
Brom-Bron.
Bromberg, S. Sidney
Bromfield, Louis
Bronfman, Allen & Samuel
Bronisch, Gotthilf P.
Broo-Brookr.
Brooks, A-J.
Brooks, Cleona W.
Brooks, Gertrude S.
Brooks, K-Brooz.
Brooks, Mabel Randolph
Brooke, Mary Bright
Brooks, William E.
Brop-Brov.
Broughton, C.E.
Browa-Browm.
Brown, A-B.
Brown, Cecil W.
Brown, C.
Brown, D-E.
Brown, Earl
Brown, F-G.
Brown, Florence J.
Brown, H-I.
Brown, J-K.
Brown, James A.
Box 11 Brown, L. - Buell
General
Brown, L-O.
Brown, Lewis H. (3 folders)
Brown, Mary E.H.
Brown, Myra Fairfield
Brown, Owen
Brown P-R.
Brown, Quest
Brown, S.
Brown, Sevellon
Brown, T-Z.
Brown, Isabel Scott
Brown, William Adams
Browna-Brt.
Bru-Brud.
Brubaker, Max
Brue-Brum.
Brumbaugh, Emmet S.
Brun-Brur.
Bruner, Jerome S.
Brus-Brx.
Brys.
Bryc-Bub.
Bryson, Lyman
Bubb, Henry A. (3 folders)
Buc-Bucj.
Buck- Buckk.
Buck, Pearl S.
Buckl-Bucz.
Buckler, Edna
Buckley, Jack
Buckley, Stephen
Bud.
Budd, Charles Dwight
Buddecke, G.D.
Buddington, T.C.
Bue.
Buell, Raymond Leslie (10 folders)
Box 12 Buf-Bz
General
Buf-Buh.
Buffum, Elizabeth
Bui-Buk.
Buker, Frank A.
Bul.
Bulen, Percy
Bullis, Emory G.
Bum-Buq.
Bumagin, Victor
Bunch, Ralph L. (3 folders)
Bundy, Lucile Kelly
Buonarosa, John
Bura-Burf.
Burch, Guy Irving
Burg-Burj.
Burgess, Laura M.
Burgner, Ella
Burk-Burkd.
Burke, A-G.
Burke, H. - Burkg.
Burke, J. Frank
Burkh-Burm.
Burn-Burnr.
Burnshaw, Stanley
Burns-Burq.
Burr-Burrn.
Burr, Myron
Burro-Burs.
Burroughs, Robert P. (3 folders)
Burt-Burtn.
Burt, L.G.
Burtnett, Clement L.
Burto-Burtz.
Burton, Robert Mosby
Busa-Bush.
Bush, M.
Busha-Busz.
Bushfield, Harlan
Bushong, L.H.
Bussman, Lenore
Burta-Butler, G.
Butler, H. - Buts.
Butcher, B.A.
Butler, Pierce
Butt-Bz.
Butts, Stanley R.
Bya-Byrn.
Byrne-Bz.
Byrnes, Louella Shook
Box 13 Ca-Carq
General
Ca-Cae.
Cabell, Margaret P.D.
Caf-Cah.
Cai-Cak.
Cake, Ralph Harlan (3 folders)
Cala-Cald.
Caldwell, Alice
Caldwell, Anna E.
Caldwell, Robert J.
Cale-Calk.
Call.
Callison, Cecil
Calm-Calz.
Cama-Camo.
Cameron, George T.
Cameron, James H.
Cameron, Margaret Gordon
Cammer, Phyllis
Camp-Campa.
Campb-Campbell, C.
Campbell, Charles H.
Campbell, D-G.
Campbell, H-O.
Campbell, P. - Camz.
Campbell, S. Brunson
Campbell, William D.
Cana-Cand.
Cane-Canm.
Cann-Cans.
Cant-Cao.
Canterbury, Lewis B.
Cantwell, J. Frank
Capehart, Homer
Capa-Capo.
Capp-Caq. Cara-Card.
Carasso, Max
Card, Graydon M.
Cards, membership, courtesy, etc.
Care-Cark.
Carl-Carlr.
Carlson, A-G.
Carleton, William G.
Carlson, Chris
Carlson, H. - Carlz.
Carlson, Thomas M.
Carm-Carn.
Carman, Earle P.
Carnahan, J.H.
Caro.
Carousso, A.S.
Carp-Carq.
Carpel, Edward
Carpenter, Culver
Carpenter, Elva H.
Carpenter, G.E.
Box 14 Carr-Char
General
Carr.
Carr, Elizabeth
Carr, Elmer
Carr, Ralph L.
Carra-Carrn.
Carrick, J.J.
Carro-Carrz.
Carroll, Dorr H.
Cars.
Carstens, A.S.
Cart-Carter, G.
Carter, H.-Carth.
Carter, Edward C.
Carter, Edward C. (Mrs.)
Carter, James Walter
Carti-Carz.
Cary, Walter B.
Cas-Casg.
Case, Francis
Case, J. Herbert
Case, Leland D.
Casey, Leo.
Cash-Casr.
Cass.
Cass, Oscar M.
Casselberry, Horace
Cast-Casz.
Cata-Catk.
Catl-Cau.
Catledge, Turner
Catlin, George (2 folders)
Causey, James H.
Cau-Cd.
Cavanaugh, Edward F. Jr.
Cea-Cel.
Cem-Cg.
Ch-Chai.
Chadbourne, Wiliam M.
Chal.
Chalatow, Lola
Cham.
Chamberlain, Glenn R.
Chamberlain, John
Chamberlain, Thomas G.
Chambers, Albert B.
Chan.
Chance, Wade
Chandler, Edward B.
Chang, Kee Young
Chao-Chapl.
Chapm-Chaq.
Chapman, Mrs. Elton
Char.
Charles, Lee
Box 15 Chas-Clar
General
Chas.
Chatterton, E.L.
Chat-Chd.
Chea-Cheq.
Cher.
Cheradame, Andre
Ches-Cheu.
Chev-Chie.
Chiang, Mme.
Chichester, Edward L.
Chid-Chil.
Child, Ralph S.
Childress, H.J.
Childress, Virginia
Childs, Marquis W.
Childs, Richard S.
Chim-Chn.
Chipman, N. Genevieve
Chislett, Alice E.
Chisum, Melvin J.
Chittenden, A.B.
Cho-Chq.
Choate, John W.
Choate, Robert
Chr- Christh.
Christi-Cht.
Christian, L.C.
Christian, T.E.
Christian Science Monitor
Christie, Mrs. E.M.
Chryssikos, George J.
Chu-Chz.
Church, Campbell
Church, R.R.
Churhill, John M.B.
Churchill, Winston
Chynavsky, Joseph Stile
Ci-Ciq.
Cir-Ck.
Citizens for Victory
Citizens National Committee
Cla-Claq.
Clapp, John Mantle
Clapper, Raymond & Olive
Clapper, S.S.
Clar-Clark, C.
Clark, D-G.
Clark, Evans
Clark, George Henry
Clark, George L.
Clark, Grenville
Clark, H-K.
Clark, Joseph S.
Clark, Kenneth
Clark, L-O.
Clark, Melville
Clark, P. - Clarkd.
Clark, Percy H.
Clarke-Clarz.
Clarke, Nell
Box 16 Clas-Coln
General
Clas-Clax.
Claspill, Arthur C.
Claunch, Stanford Kinsley
Clausen, E.A.L.
Clay-Cld.
Clea-Clel.
Cleland, Samuel C.
Clem.
Clement, William E.
Cleveland, Carleton A. (3 folders)
Clia-Clil.
Clifford, Walter A.
Clim-Cln.
Clinchy, Everett Ross
Clo-Clt.
Clouchek, Emma
Clubs, Lodges, Assns. (2 folders)
Clu-Cn.
Coa.
Cob.
Cobb, Bernard C.
Cobb, George W.
Cobb, James A.
Cobb, Virginia W.
Coberly, J.G.B.
Coca-Cocj.
Cock-Cocz.
Cockroft, Julia Walcott
Cocke, J.J.
Cockrell, Ewing
Cod-Coe.
Cody, Sherwin
Cof-Cog.
Coha-Cohen, C.
Cohen, Benjamin V.
Cohen, D-O.
Cohen, Hyman J.
Cohen, Julius Henry
Cohen, F-Cohm.
Cohn-Cola.
Cohn, Anna S.
Cok, Ivan M.
Colb-Cold.
Cole-Colel.
Cole, Ashley T.
Cole, Harold E.
Cole, W. Sterling
Colegrove, Kenneth
Colem-Coleman, G.
Coleman, H.-Colk.
Coleman, Thomas E.
Coll-Collh.
Colladay, E.F.
Colli-Collim.
Collier, Joseph A.
Collier&s Magazine
Collin-Collins, G.
Collins, H.-Colm.
Colmery- Harry W.
Box 17 Colo-Corm
General
Colo-Colt.
Colu-Colz.
Columbia Broadcasting System
Colwell, A.F.
Coma-Como.
Combier, P. Hodges
Commerce & Industry Asn. Of N.Y.
Committee, Chairmanships, Directorships, Sponsorships (2 folders)
Commager, Henry Steele
Comp-Comz.
Comstock, Louis K.
Cona-Conc.
Cond-Conf.
Cong-Conk.
Conl-Conm.
Conn-Conne.
Connable, Alfred B.
Connelly, Marc.
Connf-Connz.
Connolly, J.P.
Connors, Marie
Cono-Conr.
Conover, Nettie McCarver
Conrad, Gertrude M.
Conrey, W.C.
Conroy, Joseph
Cons.
Cont-Conz.
Coo-Cook, G.
Cook, H.-Cookd.
Cook, Raymond C.
Cook, Russell B.
Cooke-Cookz.
Cooke, Francis
Cooke, James Francis
Cool-Coon.
Coolidge, W.H.
Coon, Robert P.
Coop-Cooper, G.
Cooper, H.-Cooz.
Cooper, B. Hubert
Cooper, Kent
Cooper, W.F.
Copa-Copo.
Copeland, Wilbur F.
Corbett, Henry L.
Copp-Coq.
Cora-Corc.
Cord-Corm.
Cordry, Allie
Corliss, John B.
Cormack, J.A.
Box 18 Corn-Crawford
General
Corn-Cornh.
Corni-Corq.
Coronado, Nel Forster
Corra-Cors.
Cort-Corz.
Cory, H.T.
Cosa-Coss.
Cost-Cosz.
Costikyan, S. Kent
Cot.
Cotter, John
Cottrell, J.J.
Cotzias, Costas G.
Couden, Elliott R.
Coudenhove-Kalergi, Richard N.
Coudert, Frederic R.
Coua-Couq.
Coulter, John G.
Council on Foreign Relations
Cousins, Norman
Cour-Couz.
Cou.
Cow.
Cowles, Gardner, Jr. (6 folders)
Cowles, John (5 folders)
Cowles, John Shorter
Cox.
Cox, Albert L.
Cox, Almira
Cox, C. Chester
Cox, George Clarke.
Coy-Cq.
Cra-Crak.
Cragg-Alliston
Craig, Carroll F.
Craig, Lillian
Cral-Cram.
Cramer, Stuart W.
Crandall, Barrett L.
Craver, Frank
Cran-Craq.
Crar-Crav.
Craw-Crd.
Crawford, Arch.
Crawford, F.C.
Crawford, Samuel M.
Box 19 Cre-Cur
General
Crea-Creh.
Creager, R.B.
Creason, Walter A.
Crei-Crer.
Crenshaw, James W.
Cres-Crh.
Crever, Goldie.
Cri-Crn.
Criscuolo, Luigi
Christy, Horace W.
Croa-Crom.
Crocker, Stuart M.
Crockett, Gary I.
Crofts, F.S.
Cron-Cror.
Cronan, Richard J.
Crosa-Crosr.
Crosgrave, Lloyd M
Cross-Crot.
Crou-Crov.
Crouch, E.M.
Crouch, W.L.
Crow-Crowm.
Crow, Allen B.
Crowe, Charles C.
Crown-Crt.
Crown, Joseph H.
Crowson, E.H.
Cruce, W.D.
Cru-Ct.
Crum, Bartley C. (8 folders)
Crum, W.L.
Cul.
Culman, Howard S.
Cu-Cuk.
Cudlip, W.
Culverhouse, Frederick Victor
Cum.
Cummings, W. Barton
Cun-Cuq.
Cunningham, William
Cura-Curs.
Curby, John E.
Currie, Arch M.
Currie, Robert
Curry, Wesley
Curt-Curz.
Curtis, Charles G.
Curtis, Henry S.
Box 20 Cus-Davis, C.
General
Cus.
Cushing, Leonard
Cushman, G.R.
Cusick, Peter
Cut-Cz
Cutler, Harrison B.
Cutler, Leland W.
Da-Dag.
Daggs, H.R.
Dah-Dak.
Dahl, Arthur L.
Daily, Francis L.
Dailey, Frank C.
Dal-Dall.
Daley, J.R.
Dallas, C. Donald
Dalm-Dalz.
Dallman, V.Y.
Dalton, Hamilton
Daly, John T.
Dam.
Damon, Henry B.
Dana-Danh.
Dana, Charles A.
Dana, Ellis Huntington
Danenberg, Leigh
Daniel, Dewey
Dani-Danm.
Daniels, Gertrude
Daniels, Howard Lee
Daniels, Joseph J.
Daniels, P.M.
Dann-Daq.
Danner, Fred W.
Dannick, Frederick L.
Dant, C.E.
Darmstadt, George M.
Dara-Darm.
Darn-Darz.
Das-Daum.
Darrow, Anne
Darrow, Jerome G.
Darwin, Dorothy
Daugherty, R.P.
Dau- Dauh.
Davenport, A.H.
Davenport, John
Davenport, Marcia
Davenport, Russell W. (3 folders)
Davi-Davidson
Davie-Davir.
Davies, Joseph E.
Davis, A-C.
Box 21 Davis, D.-Deo
General
Davis, D-G.
Davis, Edna Claire
Davis, Ella Adell Putnam
Davis, Elmer
Davis, Forrest
Davis, H-I.
Davis, H.P.
Davis, J-K.
Davis, James J.
Davis, John A.
Davis, L-O.
Davis, Mary
Davis, Neta
Davis, F-Z.
Davis, William R.
Daviso-Daw.
Davison, E.B.
Dawe, Arthur L.
Day-Dayton.
Day, Copelin R.
Day, Ernest
Dayton, Monteath T.
De-Deaq.
Dean, Dixie Love.
Dean, Helen
Dean, Robert
Dear-Deb.
Deatherage, George E.
DeBard, Davis M.
DeBoer, J. Henry
DeBra, Arthur H.
Dec.
Dechambre, Fernand
Decker, John W.
Decwikiel, Casimir V.
Ded-Def.
Deeds, John M.
Deg.
Degrees & honors.
Deh-Dek.
Dela.
DeLacy, Hugh
Delaphenha, E.
DeLapp, Sim A.
de la Torre Bueno, J.R.
Delb-Delk.
De Lavante, Edward
Dell-Deln.
Delo-Delz.
DeLoe, Paul W.
Dem-Demh.
Demarest, W. Howard
De Mars, Joseph V.
Demi-Demz.
de Montalvo, Enrique
Demson, E.J.
DeMund, J.T.
Den-Denm.
Denn-Dens.
Denny, George
Denny, Ruth
Dent-Denz.
Box 22 Dep-Dot
General
de Packh, M.B.
Dep-Deq.
Derner, Joseph
Der.
Des-Desl.
DeSeversky, Alexander P.
Desm-Desz.
Det-Deu.
Detroit Council on Fair Employment Practice
Dev.
Devers, J.M.
Devore, James H.
DeVoto, Bernard
de Vries, G.B.
Dew.
Dewey, Charles S.
Dewey, Ellsworth A.L.
Dewey, Thomas E.
Dex-Dh.
Deyot, Samuel H.
Dia-Dib.
Diamant, Harry
Dic-Did.
Dickason, Deane
Dickerman, Lucy W.
Dickinson, J.
Dickinson, John E. (2 folders)
Dickinson, Roy
Dickman, H.
Didler, J.P.
Die.
Diehl, Leonard G.
Dierks, Lawrence H.
Dif-Dik.
Dil.
Dillon, Jane
Dim.
Dimond, B.D.
Din-Dir.
Dis.
Dit-Diw.
Dix-Dn.
Doa-Doc.
Doane, Ralph B.
Dobbins, W.D.
Dod.
Dodds, Harold W.
Dodge, Kern
Dodson, I.E.
Doe-Dok.
Dohme, Alfred R.L.
Dol.
Dole, Charles T.
Dole, G.A.
Dom.
Dona-Dond.
Donahoe, D.J.
Donaldson, John W.
Done-Donm.
Donn.
Donn, Henry Dundar
Donnelly, Clarence W.
Dono-Donz.
Donovan, James
Donovan, William
Doo-Doq.
Dorough, Donald
Dora-Dorq.
Dorr-Dorz.
Dos-Dot.
Box 23 Dou-Dug
General
Dou-Dougk.
Douglas, James
Douglas, L.W.
Douglass, Clifford Church
Dougl-Dov.
Dovel, E. Randolph
Dow-Down.
Dowds, Charles Gay
Dowell, Winifred
Down-Dox.
Downing, Nelius
Dowsing, John E.
Doy-Dq.
Doyle, Thomas F.
Dra-Dram.
Dran-Drd.
Draper, Miles H.
Dre-Drev.
Drew-Drh.
Dri-Drt.
Dru-Dt.
Drummon, Burt
Drummond, Roscoe
Drury, Allen S.
Dryer, Joseph E.
Drysdale, George R.
DuBuque, Joseph
Dua-Dub.
Duc.
Dud-Due.
Dudley, Richard C.
Duer, E.C. & M. Jane
Duf.
Dug-Duk.
Dulles, John Foster
Dul-Dum.
Duna-Dunc.
Duncan, Lee R.
Dund-Dunh.
Duni-Dunm.
Dunkley, Bessie I.
Dunlap, George W.
Dunn-Dunnd.
Dunn, Gano (2 folders)
Dunn, Hugh E.
Dunn, Marshall
Dunn, Rogers C.
Dunn, Roy
Dunne-Duq.
Dunning, Jessie E.
Box 24 Dur-Ek
General
Dura-Durj. Duris, Alex J.
Durk-Durz.
Durkee, Harris S.
Durland, Frank
Durr, Virginia Foster
Dus-Dv.
Dvorak, Ladislau
Dw-Dx.
Dwight, George
Dy-Dz.
Dyer, Leonidas C.
Dykes, John L.
Eaa-Eaj.
Eagan, Edward P.F.
Eak-Eaq.
Eames, A.C.
Ear.
Eas.
Easley, Cicely R.
Eastman, Joseph B.
Eastman, Max
Eat-Eaz.
Eaton, H.O.
Eaton, Jean
Eaton, Melvin C.
Eb.
Eca-Ecj.
Ecl-Ecz.
Eckenrode, William H.
Eckert, Charles
Eds-Edf.
Eddy, Ernest J.
Eddy, Mrs. S.W.
Edelman, Bernard
Eden, Charles H.
Edg-Edh.
Edge, Walter E.
Edi-Edv.
Edinger, Ray W.
Edison, Charles
Edw-Edwards, G.
Edwards, Dagmar
Edwards, E.E.
Edwards, H.-Ef.
Edwards, LeRoy M.
Edwards, Richard D.
Edwards, Richard L.
Edwards, Robert V.
Eg.
Egmont, Westy
Eh.
Ehrlich, Philip S.
Ehrlichman, Ben B.
Eia-Eir.
Eichenberg, J.
Eichelberger, Clark M.
Eichhorn, H.B.
Eis-Ek.
Box 25 El-Eu
General
Ela-Eld.
Ele-Elh.
Eli-Elk.
Elfenbein, Isidor
Elfenbein, Julien
Elias, A.B.
Eliasberg, W.
Elijah Voice Society
Eliot, George Fielding
Eljoy Photo Service
Elkin, Henry
Ella-Ellin.
Ellio-Ellir.
Ellison-Eliz.
Elliott, John B.
Elliott, Roy M.
Ellis-Ellisn.
Ellis, Fenwick L.
Ellis, Herbert L.
Ellison, Daniel
Ellsworth, Harris
Ellsworth, Helen M.
Elm-Elr.
Elmer, H.W.
Els-Elz.
Elsas, Edward
Ely, Frank D.
Ema-Emk.
Embree, John F.
Emeny, Brooks
Emergency Committee for Food Production
Emery, Allan C.
Emery, F.B.
Emery, DeWitt
Eml-Emo.
Emp-Emz.
Empire Theater
Emrick, Mrs. M.C.
Ena-Enf.
Eng-Enj.
Englander, Alois.
Engle, Charles B.
Engle, W.B.
English, Maurice
Enk-Eo.
Enosh, Karl
Enright, M.E.
Ep-Eq.
Eppley, Garrett G.
Epstein, Abraham
Era-Erh.
Eri-Erm.
Ericksen, Ruth
Ern-Erz.
Ernst, Morris L.
Erpf, Armand
Esa-Ess.
Esmond, C.W.
Eshleman, Benjamin
Est-Et.
Esser, Mary
Esunas, L.J.
Etchison, J.W.
Ethridge, Mark
Eu.
Box 26 Ev-Felk
General
Evans, C.A.
Evans, David J.
Evans, Donald W.
Eva-Evans, G.
Evans, Edgar H.
Evans, Ethel
Evans, H-Evd.
Evans, Mrs. J.L.
Evans, Melvin J.
Evans, Robert A.
Evans, Sam T.
Evans, Walter B.
Evans, Will F.
Evanti, Lillian
Eve-Evz.
Eveleth, Helen L.
Enjue, William
Everett, Mary Nixon
Everitt, C. Raymond
Ew.
Ewell, R.
Ewing, Charles M.
Ex-Ez.
Fa-Faf.
Fadiman, Clifton
Fageol
Fag-Fah.
Fai.
Faile, E.H.
Fairfax, John A.
Fal.
Falk, Jacob
Falk, Harry W.
Fallon, Francis M.
Fam-Faq.
Fanning, Raymond
Far-Farl.
Farie, J.G.
Faries, David Reid
Faries, McIntyre (3 folders)
Farm-Farq.
Farquhar, John W.
Farr-Farrd.
Farrar, Elnora
Farrar, John
Farrar, M.B.
Farre-Farv.
Farrell, A.W.
Farrell, F.E.
Farw-Fat.
Fau.
Faulkner, Alex H.
Fav-Fez.
Fea-Fed.
Fee-Fek.
With file 57.
Federal Union
Feigenbaum, Joseph
Fel-Felk.
Felder, Abraham
Feldman, Sidney
Box 27 Fell-Flel
General
Fell, E.
Fellenz, Louis J.
Felt, Truman
Fell-Fem.
Felter, David Swing
Fen-Feq.
Fenger, Erik
Fennell, Gerald M.
Fer-Ferm.
Fergus, H.G.
Ferguson, Harry
Ferguson, J.D.
Ferguson, Samuel
Fern-Ferq.
Ferns, Henry
Ferr.
Ferrand, Jacques. F.
Ferrer, Carlos
Ferris, John D.
Ferris, R.T.
Fers-Fh.
Fi-Fie.
Field, Frank D.
Field, Richard M.
Field, Robert S.
Fif-Fim.
Figenbaum, Joseph
Fight for Freedom (3 folders)
Fina-Finj.
Finch, George A.
Finch, Howard T.
Findley, J.
Fink.
Fink, W.T.
Finl-Fiq.
Fir-Fisg.
Fischer, John C.
Fischer, Louis
Fish-Fishd.
Fish, Hamilton
Fish, Hyman
Fishbein, Harold J.
Fishe-Fisher, G.
Fisher, H.-Fisj.
Fisher, Irving
Fisk-Fisz.
Fiske, Jane
Fiske, J. Parker B.
Fiske, Joseph F.
Fit-Fity.
Fitch, James Monroe
Fitch, John Knowles
Fitz-Fiu.
Fitzgerald, Geraldin
Fla-Fld.
Flagg, Frederick J.
Flanagan, Walter J.
Flanders, Kenneth A.
Flanders, Ralph E.
Fleck, John J.
Fleer, Henry G.
Fle-Flel.
Box 28 Flem-Frankd
General
Flem-Fles.
Fleming, Dewey
Fleming, Francis D.
Fleming, Mrs. H.P.
Fleming, Harold M.
Flet-Flh.
Fletcher, Ed
Fletcher, Fred D.
Fli-Fln.
Flinn, Ralph E.
Flo-Flov.
Florian, Kenneth A.
Flota, C.T.
Flow, Flx.
Fluegge, Rudolph
Fly-Fn.
Foa-Fok.
Fodder, William L.
Fogarty, James F.
Foges, Wolfgang
Fol-Fom.
Fon-Foq.
Foosaner, Samuel J.
Foote, Mark
Fora-Forc.
Forbes, Bert C.
Forbes, Donald C.
Forbes, James M.
Ford.
Ford, Anne
Ford, Harold Percy
Ford, Prentice C.
Ford, Trace Sherman
Fore-Forq.
Foreign missions
Form letters
Forr-Fors.
Forrestal, James
Fort-Forz.
Fosa- Foster, G.
Foster, Allyn King, Jr.
Foster, H. - Fot.
Foster, John
Foster, LeBaron R.
Foster, Maxwell
Foust, Edmund C.
Fowler, Donald A.
Fowler, Jeannie B.
Fou-Fow.
Fowlkes, C.B.
Fox-Fq.
Fox, Dixon Ryan
Fox, G.G.
Fox, Henry C.
Fr-Fram.
Frahm, Gustave P.
Frame, S.J.
Fran-Franj.
France, Edward W.
Franchot, Richard
Francis, Clarence
Francis, Edna
Francis, Thomas
Frank-Frankd.
Box 29 Franke-Gak
General
Franke-Frank
Frankl-Frankr.
Franklin, Mitchell
Franklin, Ruford
Franklin, Wm. M.
Franks-Frar.
Frantz, G.A.
Frantz, Leroy
Fras.
Fraser, Duncan W.
Fraser, Leon
Frat-Frd.
Frazee, F.F.
Frazer, John F.
Frazier, Charles
Frazier, Hazel
Frazier, Henry A.
Frazier, Monty
Fre-Fred.
Free-Freel.
Freedom House (4 folders)
Freeley, Austin J.
Freem-Freeq.
Freeman, Harry
Freeman, Miller
Freer-Frem.
Fren-Freq.
Frer-Frh.
Fri-Friedl.
Fridolph, Anna
Fried, Ella
Friedm-Friedq.
Friedman, Elisha
Friedr-Frir.
Friedlich, Carl J.
Fris-Frn.
Fritchey, Clayton
Fritz, Beulah H.
Fro-Frt.
Fru-Ft.
Fu-Fulk.
Fulbright, J. Wm.
Full.
Fuller, Albion A.
Fuller, Edgar I.
Fulm-Fum.
Fulton, Albert M.
Fung, Kwok-Ying
Fun-Furr.
Furman, Margaret
Furs-Fz.
G-Gac.
Gabbard, Elmer E.
Gabel, S.L.
Gabel, T.E.
Gabriel, John J.
Gad-Gaf.
Gadden, Oscar
Gadeberg, Alice F.
Gag-Gak.
Gaines, L. Ebersole
Box 30 Gal-Gerk
General
Gala-Galk.
Galansky, Gus. D.
Galatt, Stephen
Galbraith, Albert C.
Gale, George W.
Gall-Galln.
Gallagher, Harold J.
Gallagher, Paul V.
Gallinas, George
Gallo-Galz.
Galloway, C.C.
Galt, Hugh A.
Gam.
Gamboa, Susana.
Gan-Gaq.
Gara-Gard.
Garderes, J.E.
Gardiner, Alexander
Gare-Gark.
Gardner, Henry A.
Gardner, John Calhoun B.
Gardner, Roxy
Garey, Frank E.
Garl-Garq.
Garland, Francis P.
Garland, R.C.
Gair-Garz.
Garrett, Paul
Garretson, Edward Burton
Garrett, Thomas L.
Garrison, Wesley E.
Garvin, Florence
Gas.
Gat.
Gates, Caleb F.
Gates, Esther
Gates, Moore
Gates, Ralph F.
Gatling, John W.
Gau.
Gaunt, Ernest H.
Gauss, Waldemar
Gau-Gd.
Ge-Ged.
Gee-Geh.
Geers, Mary A.
Gei-Gek.
Geiger, John
Gel-Gem.
Gelles, Joseph Harry
Gemmer, S. Earle
Gen.
Geo-Geq.
George, Carl
George, I.M.
Gera-Gerc.
Gerald, Joseph Bates
Gerard, James W.
Gerd-Gerk.
Box 31 Gerl-Gol
General
Gerl-Gerr.
Gerlinger, Irene H.
Gers-Ges.
Get-Gh.
Getts, Clark H.
Geyer, B.B.
Gharrity, William H.
Gib-Gibr.
Gibboney, Stuart G.
Gibbons, Jan
Gibs-Gic.
Gibson, Florence W.
Gibson, George
Gibson, Harold E.
Gibson, J.D.
Gibson, J.L.
Gid-Gik.
Gil-Gilb.
Gilbert, Ruth M.
Gilc-Gilk.
Gild-Gilld.
Gille-Gillh.
Gillespie, George R.
Gilli-Gilo
Gilp-Gim.
Gilmore, Eddy
Giltner, J.W.
Gin-Gir.
Ginsberg, Marie
Gis-Gk.
Gla-Glas.
Glasgow, Arthur Graham
Glasserow, Charles H.
Glat-Glh.
Galubach, Dorothy
Gleckler, Marion
Gli-Glov.
Glidden, Germaine G.
Glow-Gn.
Goa-God.
Goddard, Mose
Godefroy, Elizabeth F.
Goe-Gok.
Gol-Goldd.
Goldberg, Sol Bowen.
Golde.
Golden, John
Golden, Lucille
Golden Rule Foundation
Goldf-Goldl.
Goldm-Goldr.
Goldman, Abraham H.
Goldman, Julian
Golds-Goldss.
Goldsmid, Marcus
Goldsmith, Arthur J.
Goldst-Goldz.
Goldstein, Alvin
Goldstein, William
Gole-Golz.
Golenpaul, Dan
Box 32 Gom-Grax
General
Gom-Gon.
Gomperts, Henry
Gonzales, Manuel
Goo-Goode.
Goodbar, Joseph E.
Goodbee, Ann Dodge.
Goodbody, Kate H.
Goodf-Goodq.
Goodfellow, Martha Hayhurst.
Goodier, H.T.
Goodkind, Saul A.
Goodland, Walter S.
Goodman, Jack A.
Goodman, Joseph D.
Goodman, L.L.
Goodr-Goodv.
Goodrich, P.E.
Goodwin-Goq.
Goodwin, J. Pryse.
Gor-Gordon, G.
Gordon, H.-Gordz.
Gordon, Henry A.
Gore-Gorl.
Gore, James F.
Goree, Robert E.
Gorfain, Albert
Gorm-Gorz.
Gorman, J. Leonard
Gos-Got.
Gotshal, Sylvan
Gottlieb, L.R.
Gou-Gq.
Gould, Beatrice & Blackmar
Gould, H.H.
Gould, Lyttleton B.P.
Goulston, Ernest J.
Gourrevitch, Boris
Goyer, Richard E.
Gra-Grac.
Grace, H.L.
Grad-Grag.
Grady, Gilbert R.
Grafton, Samuel
Gran.
Graham, Charles J. (4 folders)
Grai-Grans.
Granite, Mark
Granger, Lester B.
Grant-Grar.
Gras-Grat.
Grau-Grax.
Graves, John Temple
Grave, Robert O.
Graves, Walker C.
Box 33 Gray-Gum
General
Gray-Grd.
Gray, Horace
Gray, Martha
Graydon, Joseph S.
Gre-Greem.
Greece.
Green, A.-G.
Green, Christina
Green, H.-O.
Green, Harry G.
Green, J. Howard
Green, P.-Greena.
Greenb-Greend.
Greenberg, Hayim
Greene.
Greene, Edward C.
Greenf-Greenr.
Greens-Greeq.
Greer-Greh.
Greer, Robert B.
Gregory, E.E.
Gregory, Wm. M.
Grei-Grh.
Grell, H.H. Giodvad.
Gri-Grie.
Gridiron Club
Griebat, Mrs. Wm.
Grif.
Griffon, Eldon
Griffith, George
Griffiths, Wm. R.
Grif-Gril.
Grigsby, Carl R.
Grim.
Grin-Grn.
Grinnell, Leslie
Griswold, Dwight
Griswold, Glenn
Gro-Gror.
Groat, Fred J.
Gros-Grosr.
Gros, Robert R.
Grosberg, Lassor H.
Gross-Grosz.
Gro-Grt.
Grover, Allen
Grover, Miles
Gru-Gt.
Gu-Guf.
Guard, Samuel R.
Gug-Guk.
Guild, Jo C.
Guinther, Robert
Gul-Gum.
Box 34 Gun-Halln
General
Gun-Gur.
Gunderson, Marjorie Roemler
Gunther, John
Gus.
Gustausen, Charles O.
Gustin, Lester C.
Gut.
Gwinn, Ralph
Haa.
Haan, Kilsoo K.
Haas, Frank J.
Hab.
Haberkern, R.C.
Hac.
Had.
Hae-Haf.
Hag.
Hah.
Hai-Hak.
Haile, Elster M.
Haines, Caroline H.
Haines, Harry B.
Haji, Ashad Ali
Hakins, Charles J.
Hal-Halk.
Hale, Mary
Halifax, Lord
Hall, A.-G.
Hall, Bernard V.
Hall, Mrs. C.O.
Hall, Chester L.
Hall, Clarence W.
Hall, DeWitt C.
Hall, Frederick S.
Hall, H.-O.
Hall, Herbert V.
Hall, P.-Z.
Hall, Perry E.
Hall, Rosetta Sherwood
Hall, William N.
Halla-Halln.
Hallaman, Walter S.
Halleck, Charles
Box 35 Hallo-Harq
General
Hallo-Halr.
Hallock, Inez J.
Hals-Halz.
Ham-Hamh.
Ham, Lowell J.
Hamelman, Harry P.
Hami-Hamilton, G.
Hamilton, H.-Q.
Hamilton, J.W.
Hamilton, John D.M.
Hamilton, John Judson
Hamilton, Miller
Hamilton, R.-Haml.
Hamilton, Samuel Ingram
Hamilton, Wallace Francis
Hamlin, J.H.
Hamlin, Scoville
Hamm-Hammn.
Hamm, John Curtis
Hamm, Mary Elizabeth
Hammo-Hamo
Hammond, Henry D.
Hamp-Hamz.
Hampton Institute (2 folders)
Han-Hanc.
Hanau, Mrs. Coleman C.
Hancock, Orville E.
Hand.
Hane-Hanj.
Hanes, John W.
Haney, Ella
Haney, James
Hank-Hanm.
Hanley, Herbert
Hanley, Joe R.
Hann-Hanr.
Hann, Charles Jr.
Hanna, Walker D.
Hans-Hansk.
Hansl-Hanq.
Har-Hardh.
Hardeman, Clark G.
Hardi-Hardz.
Hardin, Charles M.
Hardin, Cuba
Hardwicke, Fred A.
Hardy, Bruce F.
Hardy, Jane Tellman
Hare-Harj.
Hargrave, Wm. B.
Hark-Harl.
Harm-Harno.
Harman, John T.
Harman, William H.
Harnack, Mrs. T.F.
Harp-Harq.
Harp, Elmer
Harpot, Charles W.
Box 36 Harr-Hayr
General
Harrington, C.W.
Harrington, Katherine
Harris, A.-C.
Harris, D.-G.
Harris, E.T.Buck.
Harris, Frank J.
Harris, George B.
Harris, H.-O.
Harris, P.-Harrison, G.
Harrison, Albert J.
Harrison, H.-Harrn.
Harrison, T.H.
Harro-Hars.
Harop, W.L.
Harsanyi, Ladislaus
Hart-Hartd.
Hart, Harry
Harte-Hartk.
Hartke, Christain H.
Hartl.
Hartm-Hartn.
Hartman, M.
Harto-Haru.
Haru-Harz.
Harvey, Dorothy Dudley
Harvey, J.C.
Harvey, V.L.
Has-Hasr.
Hashager, Juanita
Hass-Hasz.
Hastie, J. Drayton
Hastings, George A.
Hat.
Hatch, Alden
Hatch, Harry F.
Hatch, Robert L.
Hatch, Virginia J.
Hathaway, Harry A.
Hau.
Hauser, Ernst A.
Hauser, Henry
Hav.
Haw-Hawkh.
Hawki-Hawkz.
Hawk, Ira G.
Hawkins, Jessie Kemp
Hawkins, Morton S.
Hawl-Hax.
Hawley, Chester L.
Haworth, Peter
Hay, Regina
Hay-Hayd.
Hayden, Carley L
Haye-Hayl.
Hayes, Charles R.
Hayes, Helen
Haym-Hayr.
Haynes, Mary G.
Box 37 Hays-Hh
General
Hays-Hd.
Hays, Arthur Garfield
Hays, Mary Sanders
Hays, Wm. Henry
Hayward
Hazen, Ernest E.
Hazen, Joseph H.
Hea-Heaq.
Healy, Frank
Hear-Heaz.
Heb-Hec.
Hecht, George J.
Hecht, Jacob
Hecht, Michael
Heckert, Robert
Hed.
Hee-Heh.
Heffelfinger, Totton Peavey
Heflin, R.L. (2 folders)
Heighway, George
Hei-Heim.
Hein-Hek
Heinemann, Leopold
Heiselman, Conrad J.
Heiss, Merton S.
Heiss, Virginia Tucker Jones
Hel-Hell.
Heller, Phillip
Heller, Robert
Hellings, H. Lurena (2 folders)
Helm-Helz.
Hem.
Hen-Hendq.
Henderson, Mrs. A.E.
Henderson, Archibald
Henr-Henedz.
Hene-Henm.
Henle, Raymond
Henn-Henq.
Henr.
Henriques, Lydia Dean
Henry, John M.
Henry, William
Hens-Heo.
Henshaw, Ralph E.
Hep-Hh.
Hepburn, Andrew H.
Herold, Don
Herter, Christian
Box 38 Hi-Jd
General
Hi-Hik.
Hibbs, Ben
Hicks, C.D.
High, Stanley
Higham, Charles Frederick
Hil-Hilz.
Hill, Harwood
Him-Hn.
Hindus, Maurice
Hirschmann, Ira A.
Hitchcock, Curtice
Ho-Hof.
Hodges, Harry P.
Hodges, Will
Hog-Hom.
Hollister, John B.
Holtzmann, Fanny E.
Hon-Ht.
Hoover, Herbert
Hope, Walter
Hopkins, Ernest
Hopkins, Harry L.
Hornbeck, Donald W.
Horton, Frank O.
Hospitals-Beekman Hospital
Hospitals-New York Hospital et al.
Howard, Roy
Howe, William D.
Hoyt, Palmer
Hu-Hl.
Hubbell, Charles H.
Hughes, John B.
Hull, Cordell (2 folders)
Hum-Hz.
Huntress, Carroll B.
Hutchinson, Keith
I.
Ickes, Harold
Imgalls, David S.
Irwin, William Clanton
Isaacs, Stanley (3 folders)
J-Jd.
Jacobs, Walter E.
Jay, Norman
Box 39 Je-Jones, G.
General
Je-Jem.
Jeffreys, Raymond J.
Jemeyson, Wiley
Jen-Jenm.
Jenkins, A.L.
Jenkins, Burris
Jenkins, Delbert W.
Jenkins, James
Jenks, Lester A.
Jenn-Jenr.
Jens-Jeq.
Jeper, A.
Jer-Jes.
Jet-Jn.
Jewett, Harvey C.
Jewish War Veterans, Louis Ky.
Jicha, Oldrich.
Jo-Jog.
Joh-Johnson, B.
Johnson, Alvin E.
Johnson, Baird
Johnson, Ben B.
Johnson, C.-E.
Johnson, C.H.
Johnson, E. Ben
Johnson, F.-G.
Johnson, G. Merle
Johnson, Grace
Johnson, H.-I.
Johnson, Harold B.
Johnson, Herbert F.
Johnson, J.-K.
Johnson, John T.
Johnson, L.-O.
Johnson, P.-R.
Johnson, Robt. L. (2 folders)
Johnson, Russell C.
Johnson, S.-V.
Johnson, W.- Johnston, G.
Johnson, Walter C.
Johnson, Warren
Johnston, Edward T.
Johnston, Eric A.
Johnston, Gibson Harris
Johnston, H.-Johz.
Johnston, Henry Alan
Johnston, J. Donald
Johnston, Louis W.H.
Johnstone, Bruce (2 folders)
Joi-Jond.
Jonas, Charles A.
Jone-Jones, B.
Jones, Burnell
Jones, C.-E.
Jones, Cherrie F.
Jones, Doris
Jones, E. Stanley
Jones, E.Z.
Jones, F.-G.
Jones, Gordon N.
Box 40 Jones, H. - Kellx
General
Jones, H.-I.
Jones, Harry H.
Jones, J.K.
Jones, L.-O.
Jones, Lemoyne
Jones, Morgan A.
Jones, Mary Margaret
Jones, P.-S.
Jones, R.-L.
Jones, T.-Joq.
Jones, Walter Lloyd
Jor.
Jordan, J.L.
Jordan, P.E.
Jordan, Virgil
Jordan, William L.
Jordy, J. Numa
Jorgensen, George N.
Jos-Jox.
Joy-Jt.
Ju.Jul.
Jum-Juq.
Jur-Jz.
Jurgela, Constantine R.
Justin, Fred H.
K-Kah.
Kahn, Albert E.
Kahn, Sigmund
Kai-Kak.
Kal.
Kaltenborn, H.V.
Kam.
Kandel, I.L.
Kan-Kano.
Kane, P.J.
Kap-Kaq.
Kaplan, Gabriel L.
Kar.
Kar, Annette
Karmazin, Stanley
Kas.
Kaselack, Edward
Kat.
Katz, Isadore.
Kau.
Kaub, Verne P.
Kaufman, Edmund I.
Kaufman, Percy S.
Kau-Kd.
Kay, Helen
Kay, Hubert
Kay, Robert H.C.
Kaye, Sanford Z.
Kazmeyer, Robert
Ke-Kead.
Kearney, Rex
Keating, B.T.
Keef-Keem.
Keefer, Mabel
Keen-Keez.
Keep, C.T.S.
Keep, Sydney G.
Kef-Kek.
Kel-Kelleq.
Kelland, Clarence Buddington
Kelleher, Patrick J.
Kellems, Vivian
Keller-Kellex.
Keller, Evelyn R.
Kellett, E.A.
Kelley-Kelln.
Kelley, George L.
Kelley, Hubert
Kelley, Leon
Kello-Kellx.
Box 41 Kelly-Kingman
General
Kelly, A.-G.
Kelly, Cora L.
Kelly, George
Kelly, George F.
Kelly, H.-Kellz.
Kelly, H.W.
Kelly, Mrs. Orval A.
Kelly, Wm.
Kelm-Kelz.
Kelsey, Herbert L.
Kem.
Kemper, Frank H.
Ken-Kenm.
Kendall, Erick.
Kendall, Messmore
Kenn-Kennedy, J.
Kennamer, Charles B.
Kennedy, Joseph C.
Kennedy, K.-Kennel.
Kennedy, Sinclair
Kennem-Kennh.
Kenni-Kenz.
Kennon, Wm. H.
Kenny, Andrew T.H.
Kent, Edgar B.
Kent, Frank
Kent, Meredith L.
Kent, Phineas
Kenworthey, Charles E.
Keo-Keq.
Keough, Austin C.
Ker-Kerq.
Kerman, Frederick R.
Kerr-Kerz.
Kersh, Nathan
Kershaw, Francis de Sales
Kes-Ket.
Ketchum, Phillips
Keu-Kh.
Keyes, Scott
Ki-Kik.
Kievit, Irvin B.
Kight, Richard
Kil-Kilk.
Kill-Kilz.
Kim.
Kimball, Dwight D.
Kimball, E.H.
Kin-King, C.
King, Billy
King, Carol (2 folders)
King, D.-G.
King, Delcevare
King, H.-O.
King, James T.
King, Jay Henry
King, Orbra
King, P.-Kingr.
King, W.L. Mackenzie
Kingdon, Frederick T.
Kingdon, Frank
Kingman, Dong.
Box 42 Kings-Kn
General
Kings-Kinm.
Kingsley, George
Kininmonth, Mrs. G.A.
Kinn.
Kinnear, Charles A.
Kinnison, James E.
Kins-Kiq.
Kinsey, E.E.
Kintner, Robert E.
Kipp, Albrecht R.C
Kir-Kirm.
Kirchwey, Frieda
Kirk, W.P.
Kirkham, J. Ellis
Kirn-Kirz.
Kirschen, Armand.
Kirschten, Ernest
Kis-Kiv.
Kissenger, H.D.
Kissling, Henry
Kiw-Kleh.
Klauber, Albert
Klausner, Leopold
Klei-Kleink.
Kleiman, M.
Klein, Austin T.
Klein, Ernest L. (3 folders)
Klein, Julius
Klein, Sterling Wilson
Kleinl-Klh.
Kleiser, Grenville
Kli-Kln.
Kline, George W.
Klinefelter, Harry F.
Klo-Km.
Kn-Knd.
Knapp, Dallas W.
Knapp, Thomas S.
Kne-Knh.
Kni-Knn.
Knight, Chet French
Knight, George Morgan
Knight, Marion A.
Knight, Richard A.
Kno-Know.
Knowland, Wm. F.
Knowles, Glady E.
Knox-Knz.
Knox, Frank
Knox, Richard
Box 43 Ko-Lal
General
Ko-Kod.
Koch, R.F.
Kodalle, W.H.
Koe-Kog.
Koh-Kok.
Kohlberg, Alfred
Kol-Kom.
Kon-Koo.
Koni, Nicolaus
Kootz, Samuel M.
Kop-Kor.
Kopke, August W.
Kopperl, Isadore
Korn, Albert R.
Kornfeld, Albert Ralph
Kos-Kot.
Kost, Stephen A.
Kotanyi, Gustave
Kou-Kq.
Kr-Kral
Kraemer, Casper J.
Kraft, Theodore
Kram.
Kran-Krd.
Kraus, Carl B.
Kraus, Margaret E.
Kre.
Kres-Krh.
Kri-Krn.
Kro-Krt.
Krock, Arthur
Kroeger, Wm.
Kru-Kt.
Kruesi, Paul
Kruger, C. Harris
Ku-Kug.
Ku, Joseph
Kubiak, H.J.
Kuh-Kuk.
Kuhn, Alice
Kuhn, Ferdinand
Kuhn, P. Hubert
Kul-Kum.
Kulle, Karl C.
Kun-Kuq.
Kunkel, Wm. A.
Kunze, Alfred M.
Kur.
Kurtz, Karl
Kus-Kz.
Kutzleb, Walter
Kynnersley, Dorothy Davis
L.-Lab.
Labor
Lac.
Lad-Lee.
Ladizansky, Ivan A.
Laf.
LaFollette, Charles M.
La Forge, Dora W.
Lag-Laj.
LaGuardia, Fiorella H.
Laidlaw, Walter
Laidler, Henry W.
Laing, Margaret
Lak-Lal.
Lake, Harvey Y.
Lake, Norman H.
Box 44 Lam-Law
General
Lam-Lamd.
Lamb, W. Herbert
Lambs.
Lame-Lamz.
Lamont, T.W.
LaMountain, L.
Lamprey, Louise
Lan-Landh.
Landau, Jacob
Landi-Landz.
Landis-Kenesaw, M.
Landon, Alf M.
Landon, Harry F.
Landon, Hugh Mck.
Landwehr, Henry R.
Lane-Lanf.
Lane, Albert
Lane, Lester F.
Lane, Mary
Lane, Robert D.
Lang-Langd.
Lang, Harry H.
Langan, John P.
Lange-Langk.
Langl-Lanh.
Lani-Lao.
Lanier, R. O'Hara
Lap-Laq.
LaPlante, Ruth
Lar-Larr.
Lardner, Rice.
La Roche, Chester J.
Lars-Larson, G.
Larsen, Roy E.
Larson, H.-Larz.
Larson, Lawrence C.
Larson, Myrtle
Larson, William J.
LaRue, Daniel Wolford
LaSalle, C.H.
Lasdon, Oscar
Las.
Lasker, Albert D.
Lat.
Latta, F. Elwyn
Lau.
Laug, Minerva
Laughlin, Henry A.
Laundrie, E.J.
Laurenson, W.G.
Lausser, Dorothy
Lav.
Lavery, Charles J.
Law-Lawq.
Law, Alma D.
Lawr.
Lawrence, David
Lawrence, Edwin Gordon
Lawrence, J.E.
Lawrence, Mrs. Med H.
Lawrence, Myrtil
Lawrence, Wm. H.
Lawrie, Mildred
Laws-Lawz.
Lawton, Ruth W.
Lawyer, Eric S.
Box 45 Lay-Len
General
Lax-Ld.
Lay, Clemewell
Laycock, J.N.
Layden, Arthur L.
Layland, Mrs. M.
Lazereff, Helen G.
Lazaron, Morris S.
Lazarus, Bernard
Le-Leaf.
Lea, Everett B.
Leach, Will
Leag-Leaq.
Lear-Leaz.
Learned, Paul A.
Leary, William
Leathe, Grace A.
Leb.
Lebeau, Frank
Leber, Charles Tudor
LeBermuth, Edith H.
Lec, Led.
Le Clair, Maree
Lee, A.-H.
Lee, C.G.
Lee, Edward C.
Lee, Elliott
Lee, G.A.
Lee, H.-Q.
Lee, Herbert
Lee, Huey R.
Lee, Joseph
Lee, L.
Lee, R.-Leeb.
Lee, William C.
Leec-Leez.
Leet, Ernest D.
Lef-Leg.
Leffingwell, R.C.
Leffert, Herman J.
Leg.
Legge, Max.
Leh.
Lehman, David
Lehman, Herbert H.
Lehman Corp. (3 folders)
Lehman Corp. Repts.
Lehman, Robt. & Lehman Corp. Repts.
Lei-Leis.
Leib, Joseph
Leibert, R.R.
Leir, Henry J.
Leit-Lel.
Leland, Frank M.
Lem.
Leman, Albert
Lemann, Walter
Lemeunier, Claudine
Lemly, S.P.
Lemmon, Samuel L.
Len.
Lend Lease Bill
Lengel, William
Lenk, E.W.
Lent, Constantin Paul
Box 46 Leo-Linc
General
Leo-Leq.
Leon, Maurice
Leonard, J. Paul.
Leonard, Wm. T.
Leps, Bernard
Ler-Lesn.
Lerner, Abba P.
Lerner, J.S.
Lerner, May
Lertzman, Carl
Leslie, Kenneth
Leso-Levh.
Lester, W.D.
Letter Reports
Levand, Louis
Levand, M.M.
Levi-Levir.
Levis-Levx.
Levy, A.-G.
Levy, David B.
Levy, Gertrude
Levy, H.-Levz.
Levy, M.D.
Lew-Lewir.
Lewin, Joseph D.
Lewis, A.-C.
Lewis, D.-G.
Lewis, Edgar G.
Lewis, H.-O.
Lewis, Ira F.
Lewis, L.L.
Lewis, M.
Lewis, P.-Lex.
Lewis, Paul M.
Lewis, William M.
Ley-Lh.
Li-Lib.
Li, K.C.
Libby, Charles Thornton
Liberty.
Libraries-Books sent to.
Lic-Lid.
Lichtenberg, Bernard
Lic-Lif.
Lichtenthaeler, Marguerite E.
Liepold, Karl
Lig-Lik.
Lightfoot, M.D.
Lil-Lim
Lilienthal, Alfred M.
Lillie, Leo C.
Lilly, Ernest D.
Lilly, Frank
Lilly, William D.
Lin-Linc.
Lincoln, Henry
Box 47 Lind-Lot
General
Lind-Lindr.
Lind, G. Edward
Lindner, Clarence R.
Linds-Lindz.
Lindsay, E.C.
Lindsay, S.B.
Lindsay, Thomas
Line-Linm.
Linhart, Emil
Link, D.D.
Link, M. Paul
Linn-Lio.
Linnell, William S.
Lip-Lir.
Lipper, Ruth
Lippman, Walter
Lippitt, Devereux H.
Lipton, Lawrence
Lis.
Lists-misc.
Lit-Liu.
Lithuanian Committee
Littell, Norman M.
Little, Fred
Litvinoff, Maxim
Liv-Lk.
Livingston, L.L.
Li-Ln.
Lloyd, George
Lloyd, Henry D.
Lo-Locj.
Loane, Kenneth
Lochard, Metz T.
Lock-Lod.
Locke, Raymond P.
Locke, Sperry H.
Lockwood, Charles C.
Lockwood, Preston
Lodge, Henry Cabot Jr.
Loe-Lof.
Loeb, James M. Jr.
Loening, Grover
Log.
Logan, Harlan
Logan, I.S.
Loh-Lol.
Lom-Lonf.
Long, A.-G.
Long, Albert S.
Long, H.-Longd.
Longcope, Will P.
Longe-Lonz.
Lonsdale, Jane White
Loo-Loq.
Lor.
Los-Lot.
Lothrop, Carl P.
Box 48 Lou-Macck
General
Lou.
Loucheim, Jerome H.
Loucks, Vernon R.
Louisell, Marie Clare
Loukas, Chryst
Lov.
Love, Will Lathrop
Lovett, W.P.
Low-Lowem.
Lowe, Richard A.
Lowen-Lowl.
Lowenstein, Emil.
Lowm-Lt.
Lowry, Charles W.
Lu-Lucd.
Lubarsky, Rea
Luce-Lucz.
Luce, Clare Booth
Luce, Henry R. (4 folders)
Lucey, J.F.
Lud-Lue.
Ludwig, Charles F.
Luedders, Mabel Williams
Luf-Lum.
Luman, Wm. W.
Lun-Luo.
Lup-Lus.
Lupis, Giuseppe
Lustig, Lillian
Lut-Lx.
Ly-Lym.
Lyn.
Lyo-Lz.
Lyon, Frank A.
Lyons, Francis P.
Lysons, Fred H.
Ma-Mab.
MacA.
McAdams, Thos B.
McAuley, Harold J.
McAuley, Rita
McAvoy, Clifford
McB.
MacBride, Archibald
McC-McCak.
McCabe, James C.
McCal-McCaq.
McCar-McCartm.
McCarroll, E.W.
McCarthy, Regina
McCarth-McCk.
McCarty, C. Walter
Box 49 Maccl-Macj
General
McCl-McCln.
MacClamoroch, James G.W.
McClellan, Reyburn
McClellan, Myra
McClo-McCn.
McCloskey, Edward
McCo-McCoq.
McConnell, John W.
McConnell, W.O.
McCook, John S.
McCormick, Cyrus
McCor-McCox.
McCoy-McCq.
McCr-McCt.
McCrary, J.B.
McCreery, Jean B.
McCu-McCz.
McCue, Anthony F.
McCullough, B.L.
McCullough, J. Bruce
McCullough, T.L.
McD-McDn.
McDaniel, T.N.
McDernott, Russell W. & Mrs.
McDo.
McDonald, Donald
MacDonald, John
McDonald, J.E.
McDonald, James Grover
MacDonald, Kenneth
MacDonald, Norman
McDou-McDz.
McDougal, Robert
McDowell, Hobart K.
McE.
McF.
McG-McGh.
McGauley, Walter G.
McGeachin, W.R.
McGee, Robert W.
McGee, William C.
McGi-McGn.
McGrath, Ellert L.
McGraw, James H. Jr.
McGraw, Louis
MacGregor, Roy A.
McGregor, T.H.
McGo-Mc.Gt.
McGu-McGz.
McH.
Machold, H. Edmund
MacHugh, Joseph V.
McI-McJ.
McIlvanie, Robinson
McIntire, L.B.
McIntosh, Helen
McIntyre, Alfred
McIntyre, David
Box 50 Mack-Mah
General
Mack-Mackd.
McKay, Edward C.
McKe-McKem.
McKee, George R.
McKeldin, Theodore R.
McKen-McKh.
Mackenzie, M.L.
McKerchard, A.D.
McKi-McKz.
Mackie, Thomas J.
McKinnis, George E.
MacKinnon, E.
McL-McLat.
McLau-McLd.
McLe-McLz.
MacLeish, Archibald
MacLennon, Douglas A.
McM-McMd.
McManus, Phillip Geo.
McMe-McMz.
MacMichael, Grace Anthony
MacMillan, Stella Stevens
MacMillan Company
McMullin, James C.
McN-McNd.
McNary, Charles L.
McNe-McNh.
McNear, Mrs. Geo P.
McNees, Mr. & Mrs. W.G.
McNemee, J.L.
McNi-McNz.
MacNish, George H.
McOmber, Fred T.
MacO-MacP.
MacPhail, L.S.
MacPhail, Ronalda
McPherson, J. Westbrook
MacQ-MacS.
McRae, Frank Johnson
Macrae, John
Mact-Macz.
Macy, Frank H.
Macy, W. Kingsland
Mad-Madd.
Made-Maf.
Madsen, Ruth
Mag-Magn.
Mago-Magz.
Magrane, Monica
Maha-Mahk.
Mahl-Mahz.
Mahler, Robert
Box 51 Mai-Maru
General
Mai.
Maier, Joe
Maizhish, Harry
Maj-Mak.
Mal-Malk.
Mall-Maln.
Malcomson, Allen R.
Mallory, Walter H.
Malo-Mam.
Man-Manf.
Mandell, Winthrop A.
Mang-Manm.
Manice, William Deforest
Manley, R.S.
Mann-Mannh.
Manni-Manq.
Manr-Mans.
Manson, Vance
Mant-Maq.
Manter, Edwin D.
Mar-Marcj.
Marck-Marh.
Marcus, J. Anthony
Marer, Jack W.
Marcus, Julius
Margolin, Arnold D.
Mari-Marj.
Mark.
Markel, Lester
Marks, Lawrence H.
Markun, Louis R.
Marl-Marr.
Marot, Harriet & Mary L.
Marr, Margaret
Marrs, H.H.
Mars-Marsh.
Marsh, Harry
Marsh, Lloyd B.
Marsha-Marshl.
Marshall, George
Marshm-Marsz.
Marshman, Homer H.
Marstellier, Harry
Mart-Martin, C.
Martin, D.-G.
Martin, Dudley B.
Martin, H.-O.
Martin, J.W.
Martin, Joseph W. Jr.
Martin, Marion E.
Martin, P.-Maru.
Martin, Thomas W.
Martin, Winthrop
Box 52 Marv-Mell
General
Marv-Marx.
Marvin, Roland B. (4 folders)
Marq-Masn.
Maso-Masr.
Mason, Gregory
Mason, Henry Tudor
Mason, J. Rupert
Mason, Monroe
Mass.
Masters, Mrs. Herbert
Mat-Matn.
Mathers, R.E.
Matheson, C.R.
Matthews, T.S.
Mato-Mattq.
Matler, John
Matth.
Matthews, H.D.
Matthews, Jackson
Matthews, Leslie M.
Matthews, Orus J.
Matti-Matz.
Mattingly, Barak T.
Mau-Maw.
Mauck, Earle L.
Maude, Alice
Maulsby, A.R.
Max.
Maxey, George W.
Maxwell, Alan B.
Maxwell, Elsa
May-Maye.
Mayer, Milton
Mayf-Mayn.
Mayne, Charles
Mayne, John C.
Mayo-Mb.
Mazur, Paul
Mbadilve, Kinsley Ozuomba
Mea.
Mead, Lydia
Meagher, M.A.
Meb-Mec.
Med.
Medina, Harold R.
Mee-Mef.
Meek, Samuel W.
Meeman, Edward J.
Meg-Meh.
Mehr, Samuel M.
Mei-Mek.
Mel-Mell.
Mellen, James W.
Mellett, Lowell
Box 53 Melm-Miller, G.
General
Melm-Melz
Meloney, Mrs. Wm. Brown
Melville, Ellen M.
Melville, Ward
Memos-interoffice
Men-Meq
Mendelsohn, Morris J.
Menken, S. Stanwood
Mer-Merd
Mercer, M.W.
Mere-Merq
Merr
Merrill, Lewis
Merrill, Louise Moody
Mers-Merz
Merton, Percy
Merwin, Horace W.
Meryash, Sadie
Merz, Charles
Mes
Messervy, Essie
Met-Metr
Metcalfe, Cora M.
Metropolitan Opera
Mets-Metz
Metzler, L.F.
Meu-Meyer, G.
Meyer, Agnes E.
Meyer, Charles A.
Meyer, Eugene
Meyer, H-O
Meyer, P.-Mh
Meyer, Theodore A.F.
Mi-Michd
Michaelson, Benjamin
Miche-Micz
Mickelson, Margaret W.
Mid
Mie-Mik
Migel, J.A.
Mil-Milk
Milbank, Albert G.
Milbank, Jeremiah
Mill-Milld
Mille-Miller, B.
Miller, A.L.
Miller, Albert M.
Miller, Alvin J.
Miller, C.
Miller, Clarence A.
Miller, Clementine
Miller, Cloyd W.
Miller, Clyde R.
Miller, D-E
Miller, F-G
Miller, Frank L.
Box 54 Miller, H.-Mooq
General
Miller, H-I
Miller, Helen M.
Miller, James L.
Miller, James Smith
Miller, J-K
Miller, L.
Miller, M-O
Miller, Nathan L.
Miller, Newman T.
Miller, O.D.
Miller, Orlando
Miller, P-S
Miller, Paul
Miller, T.-Millh
Miller, William J.
Milliken, L.V.
Milli-Millr
Millington, Theodore H.
Mills-Millz
Mills, Charles E.
Mills, Dorothy
Milm-Mim
Min-Minf
Miner, Harold L.
Ming-Minm
Minn-Miq
Minor, Alice Archibald
Minshall, T.H.
Mir-Mis
Mirkovich, Nicholas
Mit-Mitchell, G.
Mitchell, Albert K.
Mitchell, C.B.
Mitchell, Calvin
Mitchell, H-K
Mitchell, L-Mits
Mitchell, Lewis E.
Mitchell, R.T.
Mitchell, Samuel J.
Mitchell, Walter H.
Mitman, Marcy
Mitrovich, S.N.
Moe-Mog
Moffat, Abbott Low
Moffat, James A.
Moh-Molk
Molder, Peter
Moll-Mom
Molyneaux, Peter
Mon-Monq
Monr-Mons
Mont-Montf
Montg-Monz
Montague, Gilbert H.
Montegomery, Archibald E.
Moo-Moom
Moody, Blair
Moon-Mooq
Box 55 Moor-Mov
General
Moor-Moore, C.
Moore, D-G.
Moore, E.J.
Moore, Edward LeRoy
Moore, H-K
Moore, Hugh
Moore, Lawrence A.
Moore, Maurice T.
Moore, L-Q
Moore, R-U
Moore, V-Moq
Moorhead, Wm. S.
Mor-Mord
More-Morf
Morey, Robert Wilson
Morg-Morgan, I.
Morgan, Elisha
Morgan, George W.
Morgan, Hite Bowmar
Morgan, J-Morh
Morgan, Keith
Morgan, Thomas A.
Morgenstern, A.V.
Morgenthau, Henry
Mori-Mork
Moritzen, Julius
Morl-Morq
Morr-Morris, E.
Morris, Dave Hennen
Morris, Emily I.
Morris, Ernest M.
Morris, F-O
Morris, P-Morrison, G.
Morris, Perry J.
Morrison, H-Morrz
Morrison, Laurel S.
Morrison, Ralph W.
Morrow, Elizabeth C.
Morrow, P.G.
Mors
Morse, George P.
Morse, Samuel F.B.
Morse, Wayne
Mort-Morz
Mos-Mosj
Moses, Robert
Mosher, Charles A.
Mosher, Wm. E.
Mosk-Mosz
Moskovit, Harold B.
Moss-M.J. Jr.
Mot
Mote, Carl H.
Mou-Mov
Mount, Wadsworth W.
Moviss, Emily I.
Box 56 Mow-Nat
General
Mow-Mt
Mowrer, Edgar Ansel
Mowrer, Paul Scott
Mu-Mue
Mueller, H.
Muf-Muk
Mul-Mulk
Mull-Mullh
Muller, John F.
Mulli-Mulu
Mullins, Wm. E.
Mulv-Munq
Munr-Muq
Mur-Murphy, C.
Murfee, Hopson Owen
Murphree, Susi
Murphy, Alphonsus J.
Murphy, C.J.
Murphy, Carl
Murphy, D-G
Murphy, D. Hayes
Murphy, Douglas J.
Murphy, H-Q
Murphy, J.W.
Murphy, John Arthur
Murphy, Morgan
Murphy, R.-Murq
Murphey, Vincent B.
Murphy, Wm. C.
Murr-Murray, M.
Murray, N-Murz
Murray, Philip
Murrell, Ethel Ernest
Mus-Mx
My-Mz
Myers, Alonzo F.
Myers, Irving W.
Myrick, Julian S.
Nagle, Claire Waller
Na-Nah
Nai-Nar
Nas
Nash, Philip C.
Nat
NAACP. 1940-1942, Jun.
National Assoc. for Adv. Of Colored People. 1942, Jul.-Dec.
NAACP. 1943
NAACP. 1944
Nat'l Conf. of Christians and Jews
Nat'l Council of Negro Youth
Nat'l Information Bureau
Nat'l Institute of Public Affairs
Nat'l Interfraternity Council
Nat'l War Service Act
Box 57 Nau-Nn
General
Nau-Nd
Nea
Neb-Ned
Nee
Nef-Neh
Nehring, Paul A.
Nei-Nek
Neil, Velma
Neilson, Wm. A.
Nel-Nelson, G.
Nelson, H-Nelz
Nelson, Walter B.
Nem-Nes
Nesbitt, E. Marcellus
Neu
Neumann, Emanuel
Neumark, Martha
Net
Nev
New-Newb
New York Politics (2 folders)
New York University
Newc-Newd
Newcomb, Carmen A. Jr.
Newcome, Harry R.
Newe-Newg
Newh-Newl
Newhard, Chapin S.
Newm-Newo
Neuman, Arthur
Newp-News
Newsom, John W.
Newspapers, Daily [lists]
Newt-Nh
Newton, Clarence L.
Newton, E. Swift
Newton, Jay D.
Newton, Silas M.
Neyroud, Gerard E.
Ni-Nichols, L.B.
Nichols, Charles
Nichols, Ennis Monroe
Nichols, H.-Nicj
Nichols, Joseph F.
Nichols, Reefy Minor
Nicholson, Arnold
Nick-Ni
Nie-Nik
Nil-Nn
Box 58 No-Olh
General
No-Nok
No signature
Noble, Otis S.
Noel, James W.
Nol-Noq
Noojin, B.L.
Noon, M.B.
Noonan, Walter T.
Nor-Norl
Nordman, Elsie
Norm-Norq
Norr-Nors
Norris, Alfred C.
Nort-Nortn
North, Joseph
North Carolina - N.A.M.
Norto-Norz
Norwich Pharmacal Co.
Norway
Nos-Nov
Now-Nt
Nowinson, Richard
Nu-Nx
Ny-Nz
Nyholm, Thorwald E.
Oa
Ob-Obq
Oberlin College
Obr-Obrein, I.
O'Brien, George A.
O'Brien, J-O
O'Brien, P-Obz
Obstfeld, Lou
Oc
O'Connor, Jane Frances
O'Connor, John J.
O'Connor, John Kelly
O'Connor, Liam
Od
Oe-Of
Office Memoranda
Office of War Information
Og
Oh-Oj
O'Hagan, R.
O'Hara, Thomas A.
O'Harrow, John W.
Ohman, Theodore
Ok
Ol-Old
Oldham, G. Ashton
Ole-Olh
Box 59 Oli-Pao
General
Oli-Olk
Oll-Olr
Olmstead, George
Ols
Olsen, Ole
Olson, Patricia Dubuis
Olt-Olz
Om
On
O'Neil, Wm.
O'Neill, Elizabeth
Op-Oq
Or-Ork
Orl-Orm
Ormerod, C.B.
Orn-Orq
Orr-Orz
Orr, Anna
Os-Osb
Osc-Oss
Osers, Harry M.
O'Sheel, Shaemas
Ost-Osz
Ot
Otto, George F.
Ou-Ov
Ow
Owen, Adeline W.
Owen, Carl M.
Owen, Chandler
Owen, Ernest
Owen, R.D.
Owens, Charles
Ox-Oz
Pa-Pac
Pace, C. A.
Pad-Paf
Pag-Pah
Page, Nellie R.
Pai-Pak
Painter, C. A. Jr.
Pal-Pall
Palm-Pals
Palmer, Gretta
Palmer, Martha
Palt-Pao
Paolino, Thomas J.
Box 60 Pap-Peaq
General
Papazoglidis, G.K.
Pape, T. W.
Pap-Paq
Papworth, Lyle B.
Park, George A.
Par-Park, I.
Park, J.-Parker, C.
Parker, D-G.
Parker, E. Clinton. 1942-1944 (2 folders)
Parker, Franklin E.
Parker, H-Z
Parker, Walter
Parkes-Parkz
Parkhill, Gordon H.
Parkhurst, Arline
Parkhurst, Lewis
Parkman, Henry
Parks, Catherine
Parks, Mal
Parl-Parr
Parnall, Christopher G.
Parry, Florence Fisher
Parry, John H.
Pars
Parsons, Geoffrey
Parsons, George F.
Parsons, Leavitt C.
Parsons, Lester S.
Part
Partnership
Pas
Passage, Albert J.
Pat-Patg
Path-Pats
Patt-Patth
Patterson, Ernest Minor
Patterson, Grove
Patterson, Henry Carter
Patt, John F.
Patterson, Lucy
Patti-Patz
Pattinson, R.L.
Pau
Pav-Pax
Pavitt, Jules M.
Pay-Pd
Payne, Mahlon B.
Pe-Peaq
Box 61 Pear-Ph
General
Pear-Peb
Pearce, Charles A.
Pearmain, John D.
Pearson, Drew
Pearson, Mowbray F.
Pearson, William W.
Pec
Peck, William
Ped-Pee
Pef-Pek
Pegler, Westbrook
Pel-Pem
Pell, Herbert
Pen-Penm
Penn-Penz
Penverne, J.J.
Pepper, George Wharton
Per-Perj
Perk
Perkins, Alfred Pearson
Perkins, Kay
Perl-Perq
Perlmutter, Julius
Perr-Perry, G.
Perry, Frances
Perry, H-Perrz
Perry, Ralph Barton
Pers-Pes
Pet-Peters, G.
Peters, H.-Petersn
Petersen, Blanche
Peterson, A-G
Peterson, H-Peth
Peterson, Lloyd L.
Peterson, Oscar G.
Peterson, Victoria E.
Peti-Pets
Petrakis, James M.
Pett-Pez
Pettengill, Samuel
Pf
Pfister, Walter J.
Ph-Phh
Phelen, Lawrence
Phelps, Charles Haring
Phi-Philk
>Phi Betta Kappa
Phill-Phillips, G.
Phillips, Edgar John
Phillips, H-O
Phillips, Loyal
Phillips, Orie L.
Phillips, P-Phio
Phillips, T.W. Jr.
Philp, John W.
Php-Phz
Box 62 Pi-Poq
General
Piatt, Cecil
Pi-Pid
Pickering, Anna L.
Pickering, Wm. T.
Pickford, Mary
Pickman, Marie A.
Pier, H.W.
Pie-Piero
Pierce, Carl H.
Pierce, Frank G.
Pierce, Robt.
Pierp-Pig.
Pierrepont, Seth Low
Pierson, Mrs. Howard
Pieters, Maurice
Pietsch, Wallace H.
Pigman, Augustus
Pihl, Charlotte
Pih-Pim
Pin-Pinm
Pinckney, Josephine
Pinkerton, F.E.
Pinkerton, Paul P.
Pinn-Pinz
Pinter, Myra Mortimer
Pip-Pis
Piper, A.M.
Piper, Charles M.
Pit-Pittr
Pitcairn, Raymond
Pitt, Theodore K.
Pitts-Pk
Pixley, Mrs. A.D.
Pl-Plas
Plank, George W.
Plat-Pld
Plecher, Andrew
Ple-Plt
Plu-Pn
Plumley, Charles A.
Po-Pok
Pokrovsky-White, Alexander A.
Pol-Polk
Poling, Earle
Poland
Poll-Polz
Polland, Milton R. 1941-1944 (2 folders)
Pollock, Grant
Pollock, James K.
Pom-Pon
Pond, Charles E.
Ponger, Vera
Pontius, Miller H.
Poo
Pop-Poq
Pope, Arthur Upham
Popini, Alexander
Popper, Martin
Box 63 Por-Puk
General
Por
Porter, H.T.
Porter, J.H.
Porter, Jacob W.
Porter, Wm. E.
Pos-Poss
Posner, Mort
Post-Posz
Post-election letters. 1940
Post, Harold L.
Post, Muriel
Postlethwaite, M.F.H.
Pot-Pou
Pottenger, A.B.
Potter, Leo
Potter, Mark W.
Pow-Poweq
Powell, Edith Wood
Powell, F.C.
Powell, Homer L.
Powell, J.L.
Power-Pq
Powers, John C.
Powers, Maude M.
Powers, William T.
Pratt, Ruth Baker
Preble, W.E.
Pr-Prd
Pre-Prer
Prentis, H.W.
Pres-Pret
Press Survey of Elections. 1942
Preu-Prh
Pri-Prid
Price, G.E.
Price, James Henry
Prie-Pril
Prim-Prin
Princeton Chamber of Commerce
Prio-Prn
Pro-Prog
Probst, T.E.
Prochaska, Scott
Proctor, Elsa Richardson
Proh-Pror
Pros-Prou
Prou-Pt
Pruitt, Ida
Pryor, Samuel F.
Pu-Puk
Publicker, Philip
Puett, Louise
Puffer, Marian S.
Box 64 Pul-Reak
General
Pul-Puq
Pulliam, Abbett
Pulliam, Eugene C.
Pur-Purr
Purdy, Frederick
Purs-Pus
Purse, James A.
Purvis, Hazelton A.
Put-Pz
Puterbaugh, J.G.
Putnam, F.B.
Pyke, Bernice
Pyle, Laura L.
Pyle, Robert
Q-Quh
Quaintance, A.D.
Qualls, James Winfield
Quarles, James
Queeny, Edgar Monsanto. 1940-1944 (2 folders)
Qui-Quim
Quiet Flows the Don
Quigley, Martha
Quin-Qz
Quinlivan, Senan F.
Quinn, Maude I.
Quittman, Herman Zvi
Ra-Rac
Rabinowitz, Louis M.
Race Street Forum
Rad
Radamacher, John
Rae-Raf
Rae, John M.
Rael, Pedro N.
Raffety, Gordon Edward
Raq-Rah
Rahter, Ferdinand A.
Rai-Rak
Ral-Ram
Ramey, H.B.
Ramsay, S.R.
Ran-Rand
Rand, Frank C.
Randall, Clarence D.
Randall, George D.
Randolph, A. Philip
Ranee of Sarawak
Rane-Ranj
Rank-Rao
Rankin, William H.
Ranstead, Bernard J.
Rap-Ras
Rat
Rathel, Garland L.
Ratner, Payne
Rau-Rax
Raub, Marie R.
Rawls, William L.
Rawnesly, Noel
Ray-Rd
Ray, Frances
Re-Reak
Rea, William H.
Read, Elbert A.
Read, George E.
Reading, A.B.
Box 65 Real-Rex
General
Real
Reardon, Robert E.
Reavis, Inez M.
Reb-Rec
Red
Recommendation letters
Redcliffe, R.L.
Reddick, L.D.
Reddig, Harry M.
Redhead, J.H.
Redington, John Chase
Redmond, S.D.
Redmond, S.R.
Redwood, John
Reece, Carroll
Ree-Reed, H.
Reed, J.O.
Reed, L.C.M.
Reed, P-Reer
Reed, Perry
Reed, Prentiss B.
Reed, Samantha
Reed, William G.
Reeder, David H.
Reeder, G. Allen
Rees-Reeves
Rees, Mackworth
Reese, Alfred G.
Reeve, Sam
Reeves, P.W. 1940-1944 (2 folders)
Reg-Reh
Rei-Reic
Reichenback, Helen
Reichhelm, E.P.
Reid-Reik
Reid, George J.
Reid, Helen
Reid, J.T.
Reid, J.W.
Reil
Reily, E. Mont.
Reim-Reir
Reis-Rek
Reiser, Oliver L.
Reisner, Ensworth
Reister, Philip
Rel
Reller, Bertha Frieda
Rem
Remington, William E.
Remington Rand, Inc.
Ren-Reo
Rep-Rer
Replogle, J. Leonard
Report to the Nation. 1942
Reppert, Emma Moorman Osborne
Wash. Mar. 24, 1941
Republican Policy Postwar Policy Assn.
Res-Ret
>Reservations
Reu-Rex
Box 66 Rey-Rn
General
Reynard, James
Rey-Reynn
Reyno-Reynolds, G.
Reynolds, Alice Hecker
Reynolds, Bruce
Reynolds, Charles Waugh
Reynolds, Grace
Reynolds, H-Rg
Rh
Rhee, Syngman
Rhoades, Bertha Ware
Rhoads, John R.
Ri-Ricg
Rian, Edwin H.
Riane, Louza
Rice, Arthur H.
Rice, Charles E.
Rice, George W.
Rice, Henry H.
Rice, Mae
Rich-Richard
Richard, Oscar L.
Richards-Richart
Richards, Augustus L.
Richards, C.H.
Richards, Dick J.
Richards, Dorothy Kelly
Richards, Earl R.
Richards, Fred W.
Richards, George V.
Richardson-Richd
Richardson, Louis M.
Richardson, N.
Richardson, Paul C.
Richardson, Richard C.
Riche-Ricj
Richmond, Sally Thacher
Rick-Ricz
Ricker, John
Ricker, Roscoe R.
Ricketts, Forrest E.
Rickmeyer, Otto P.
Ricks, Ruth
Rid-Ridf
Ridg-Ridz
Rie
Rieder, Louis D.
Riege, John Hicks
Rieke, Robert C.
Riemann, Margaret Brimi
Riemann, W. H.
Rieser, Norvin H.
Rif-Rik
Rigby, Adelaide
Rigby, William Cattron
Riggs, Mrs. Elmer
Riis, Roger William
Riker, Wm. H.
Ril-Rim
Rin-Rio
Rinehart, Stanley M. Jr.
Ring, Harold S.
Rip-Rir
Rippel, Julius S.
Rippitian, Hattie Craue
Ris
Risdon, Sara Parks
Rit
Ritchie, A.J.
Ritchie, Fred A.
Ritchie, John A.
Riv-Rn
Rix, Carl B.
Box 67 Ro-Rogf
General
Ro-Robd
Roach, J.K.
Roark, R.E.
Robb, Ellis D.
Robb, Inez
Robb, John C.
Robbins, Mabel C.
Robe-Roberts, D.
Robe, Roy R.
Robert, Joe L.
Roberts, Campbell F.
Roberts, Cecil
Roberts, E-G
Roberts, E.A.
Roberts, Elwood W.
Roberts, F.H.
Roberts, Frank A.
Roberts, George
Roberts, Gordon
Roberts, H-Robertsn
Roberts, Harvey H.
Roberts, Laurence
Roberts, Lloyd McLean
Roberts, M.C.
Roberts, Nelle R.
Roberts, Oliver G.
Roberts, Oscar T.
Roberts, Roy A.
Robertson-Robh
Robertson, Mrs.
Robertson, Charles R.
Robertson, David A.
Robertson, Paul
Robeson, Edna G.
Robi-Robinson, B.
Robinson, C-I
Robinson, Charles K.
Robinson, Claude
Robinson, George P.
Robinson, Irene B.
Robinson, J-O
Robinson, James B.
Robinson, John G.
Robinson, P-Robir
Robinson, R.B.
Robinson, Russell A.
Robinson, Walter T.
Robis-Roz
Roc
Roche, W.C.
Rock, John E.
Rockefeller, John Jr., Nelson and Laurance
Rockwell, George H.
Rod-Rodh
Rodi-Rodz
Rodman, Selden
Rodney Birch Research Association
Roe-Ref
Roe, Herman
Roedels, George D.
Rog-Rogers, G.
Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bloss
Rogers, Clyde E.
Rogers, Elizabeth
Rogers, F.S.
Rogers, Homer A.
Rogers, H-Rogf
Rogers, Jesse M.
Rogers, Kenn
Rogers, Walter
Box 68 Rogg-Rud
General
Rogg-Rok
Rohr, Otto J.
Rojas, Clemente Marroquin Lic.
Rol
Rolfs, Robert
Rom-Ron
Roman, Myra P.
Roo-Roos
Roosevelt, Eleanor
Roosevelt, Franklin Delano
Roosevelt, Theodore, Jr.
Root-Ror
Root, Elihu
Root, Oren Jr.
Root, Waverly
Roper, Denney W.
Roper, Elmo
Roper, Paul T.
Ros-Rose, G.
Rosamund, Robert
Rosden, George E.
Rose, H-Rosea
Rose, Reg. T.
Rose, Will
Roseb-Rosem
Rosen-Rosena
Rosenb-Rosene
Rosenf-Rosens
Rosenbaum, Herman S.
Rosenberg, James N.
Rosent-Rosr
Rosenthal, Morris
Rosinger, Lawrence E.
Ross, A-G
Ross, Austin
Ross, Carl A.
Ross, Emory
Ross, Mrs. Glenn
Ross, Mr. and Mrs. Howard DeHaven
Ross, H-Rossa
Ross, John A.
Ross, John M.
Ross, Robert D.
Rossb-Rosz
Rossire, Louis D.
Rosson, Hugh
Rot
Roth, Gabriel
Roy-Rov Rounds, J-H
Rounds, Ralph M.
Rourk, W.W.
Rouse, W.B.
Row, Richard D.
Row-Rowk
Rowell, George B.
Rowl-Roy
Rowland, Wilmina
Roy-Rt
Roy-Robert C.
Ru-Rub
Rubin, T. Robert
Rubin, William B.
Rubenstein, Charles
Ruc-Rud
Rucker, W.H.
Rudolph, Edward E.
Rudy, Merle E.
Box 69 Rue-Saq
General
Rue-Ruk
Ruffner, Hazel
Ruffner, Lestner
Rugg, Harold G.
Rul-Rum
Rule, Mary
Run-Rur
Rural Counties Rep. Dinner Watertown, N.Y. 1942, Jun. 13
Rus-Rusr
Rush, Charles E.
Russ-Russell, G.
Russell, Dorothy G.
Russell, George L.
Russell, H-Rusz
Russell, H.P.
Russell, Hanford G.
Russell, Robert M.
Russian Economic Institute
Russian War Relief
Rust, Bryan
Rust, F. Marion
Rut-Rx
Ruth, Walter N.
Rutt, E.J.
Ry-Ryan, G.
Ryan, Carl A.
Ryan, Donald C.
Ryan, H-Ryz
Ryan, James P.
Ryan, Margaret
Ryan, Oswald
Ryb-Rz
Ryder, Jesse H.
Ryles, R. Carman
Sa-Sab
Sac
Sachs, Alexander
Sacksteder, May K.
Sad-Saf
Sadler, Paul
Sag-Sah
Sai-Saj
St. John, Emily Porter
St. Louis trip
Sak
Sal-Salk
Salinger, Benjamin L.
Salins, Howard D.
Salm-Salz
Salomon, Marguerite A.
Salter, Katherine Hayden
Saltonstall, Leverett
Salzer, Benjamin
Sam-Samo
Samp-Samz
Sampson, John
Sampson, Sammy
Samson, Sam
San-Sanc
Sand-Sandeq
Sander-Sandh
Sanders, William A.
Sanderson, John A.
Sandi-Sane
Sandmeyer, Earl C.
Sands, Howard B.
Sanf-Sani
Sanford, Mrs. Arthur Benton
Sanj-Sans
Sant-Saq
Santesson, Hans Stefan
Box 70 Sar-Schuk
General
Sar
Sargeant, Willis
Sarnoff, David
Sas-Sat
Sau
Sav
Saw-Say
Sawyer, Ethel B.
Say-Sb
Sayre, Pearl M.
Sc-Scg
Scandrett, Richard B.
Sch-Schae
Schaefer, J. Earl
Schaefer, Wm. H.
Schaf-Schah
Schai-Schd
Sche-Schem
Scheftel, Stuart
Scheid, H.E.
Schen-Scheq
Scher-Schh
Scherbak, H.
Scherman, Harry
Scheuer, Sidney H.
Schia-Schik
Schieffelin, Wm. Jay
Schil-Schk
Schilling, Geo. A.
Schimpf, William
Schlesinger, Arthur M.
Schl
Schlatterer, Charles A.
Schm-Schmid
Schmelz, Annie Mooman
Schmie-Schmz
Schmitz, Jay Franklin
Schmulowitz, Nat
Schn-Schneider, I.
Schneider, J.-Schnz
Scho-Schok
Schober, Mrs. W.J.
Schoellkopf, Alfred H.
Schoen, Charles H.
Schol-Schq
Scholle, Alfred G.
Schonegevel, Bernard O.
Schooner, Frances
Schoonover, Melvin E.
Schr-Schrn
Schreiber, Faith
Schro-Scht
Schroeder, Werner W.
Schu-Schuk
Schuck, Walter P.
Schueck, Karl
Schuerholz, Charles A.
Box 71 Schul-Seu
General
Schul-Schult
Schuler, E.T.
Schuler, Otto
Schulman, Harry LeRoy
Schultz-Schulz
Schum-Schv
Schumacher, John J.
Schuster, Max Lincoln
Schuster, Winfield A.
Schutzman, Joseph
Schuyleman, John L.
Schw-Schwartz, D.
Schwartz, E.-Schwd
Schwager, Charles
Schwartz, Larry
Schwartz, Leslie R.
Schwartz, Myrtil
Schwe-Scn
Schwerens, Murray R.
Schwimmer, Rosika
Sco-Scott, C.
Schwob, Maurice
Scotese, Constantino
Scott, Charles Ernest
Scott, D-H
Scott, Emmett J.
Scott, Gerard Crane
Scott, I-Q
Scott, John H.
Scott, L.C.
Scott, Louis G.
Scott, R-Scq
Scott, Stewart A.
Scovel, Jay W.
Scr-Sd
Scranton, Margery M.
Scripture, Parker F. Jr.
Scroggie, F. John
Se-Seaq
Seaboard Railway
Seacat, Charles
Sear
Searle, Mrs. George C.
Sears, Louis M.
Seas-Seaz
Seb-Sed
Sedgwick, Ellery
See-Seh
Seedorf, Mae M.
Seeley, H.M.
Segal, Louis
Sei-Seie
Seibert, Herbert D.
Seif-Sek
Sel-Selk
Seldes, George
Seligman, Sarah
Sell-Selz
Sellers, Anne L.
Selznick, David O.
Sem-Seq
Semans, William R.
Sengstacke, John H.
Senn, J.
Ser-Seu
Sergent, O.A.
Serwer, Harry
Box 72 Sev-Shoq
General
Sev-Sew
Several signatures
Sex-Seg
Sexauer, J.A.
Seymour, Gideon
Sha-Shafe
Shaff-Sham
Shamoon, Charles
Shan-Shao
Shank, Samuel Lewis
Shap-Shaq
Shaper, A.A.
Shar-Shas
Sharples, Phil T.
Shat-Shav
Shattuck, Floyd E.
Shattuck, Mayo Adams
Shaughnessy, Bishop
Shaw-Shd
Shaw, Frederick B.
She-Shed
Sheaffer, C.R.
Shearer, Norma
Shee-Shek
Sheean, Dinah
Shel-Shelk
Sheldon, Euniel
Sheley, Horace W.
Shelke, Ramchandra D.
Shell-Sheo
Shenkin, Herbert N.
Shep-Sheq
Shepard, Bess
Shepard, Edward S.
Shepard, James E.
Sher-Sherl
Sherm-Sherq
Sherman, Arthur G.
Sherman, Frederick Barreda
Sherman, John C.
Sherover, Max
Sherr-Shh
Sherill, Fred G.
Sherwood, Robert E.
Shi-Shik
Shil-Shio
Ship-Shn
Shipler, Guy Emery
Shipp, Nelson M.
Shipping
Shirer, William L.
Shires, Joseph A.
Shively, George
Sho-Shoq
Shoop, Duke
Box 73 Shor-Sk
General
Shore, T. Spencer
Shorey, H. Jefferson
Shor-Shot
Shou-Sht
Shu-Shul
Shull, D. F. Jr.
Schultz, A. L.
Shum-Shz
Shouse, Jouett
Shybekay, Derso
Si-Sid
Sibley, Fred S.
Sibley, Lyda C.
Sibley, R. W.
Sie-Siel
Siegel, John Edward
Siegel, Samuel S.
Siegfried, Thorwald
Siem-Sif
Sieminski, Alfred D.
Sievers, Samuel I.
Sig-Sik
Sil
Sillman, Leonard R.
Silver, Abba Hillel
Silver, George J.
Sim-Simn
Simo
Simon, Richard L.
Simon, Matt N.
Simons, Langdon. S.
Simp-Simr
Simpson, Rose Asch
Sims-Simz
Sin-Sinj
Sinclair, Neil
Sinclair, Stephen L.
Singer, Nathaniel
Singh, J. J.
Singiser, Frank K.
Singleton, R. C.
Sink-Siq
Sink, Charles A.
Sioussat, Helen
Sir-Sj
Sisk, Marion W.
Sjogren, Clarence Leg
Sk-Skh
Ski-Skn
Skidmore, Wallace G.
Skipper, Frank H.
Sko-Skz
Skog, Evelyn
Skouras, Spyros P.
Box 74 Sl-Sm
General
Sl-Sld
Sle-Slob
Slattery, John J.
Slechta, Joseph J.
Sloan, Alfred P. Jr.
Sloan, George A.
Sloan, James J.
Sloc-Slz
Slonin, Joseph
Sm-Smd
Smart, W. M.
Sme-Smis
Smerling, Sarah
Smith, A.
Smith, Alberta
Smith, Alfred E.
Smith, Allen
Smith, Allison
Smith, B.
Smith, Blake C.
Smith, C.
Smith, C. Browning
Smith, Charles Edwin
Smith, C. F.
Smith, D.-E.
Smith, Edison Vance
Smith, F.
Smith, F. D. L.
Smith, F. H.
Smith, G.
Smith, Guy
Smith, H.-I.
Smith, H. Alexander
Smith, J.
Smith, J. Austin
Smith, J. Spencer
Smith, J.V.
Smith, Jessica
Smith, Joe Jr.
Smith, Joseph A.
Smith, K.-L.
Smith, Lawrence
Smith, M.-O.
Smith, M. D.
Smith, Margaret Chase
Smith, P.-Q.
Smith, Paul C.
Smith, R.
Smith, R. B.
Smith, Rembert Gilman
Smith, Robert L.
Smith, S.
Smith, Samuel H.
Smith, T.-V.
Smith, W.-Smn
Smith, Willard R.
Smith-Cross, Frederick
Smithline, Joseph
Smo-Smz
Smullen, Willard C.
Smythe, Betty C. Root
Box 75 Sn-Stam
General
Sn-Snm
Snell, Earl
Sno-Snx
Sny-Snyder, G.
Snyder, A. I.
Snyder, H-Snz
Snyder, H. B.
Snyder, Lucia
So-Sod
Soe-Sok
Socialized Medicine
Sol
Soliday, Frank P.
Som
Somer, Hilde
Son-Soq
Sor
Sorbo, S. T.
Sorrells, John S.
Sorrick, Ida H.
Sos-Sot
Soskin, William
Sosnowski, John B.
Sou-Sous
Soule, Barbara Wendell
Sout-South V.
South W.
Southwick, Walter B.
Spach, Leonard B.
Sp-Spaq
Spahr, Walter E.
Spalding, Keith
Spangler, Harrison E.
Spar-Spd
Sparks, C. Nelson
Sparks, Henry C.
Spaulding, A. T.
Spaulding, C. C.
Spaulding, Huntley N.
Spe-Sped
Spee-Spem
Speers, Wallace C.
Spen-Speq
Spencer, Barbara
Spencer, Ralph G.
Sper-Sph
Spi-Spim
Spiegelberg, Flora
Spin-Spn
Spitz, Sam
Spivak, Lawrence
Spo-Sprh
Sprague, Charles A.
Sprague, J. Russel
Sprague, Frank H.
Sprague, Oscar L.
Spri-Spz
Spritzer, Samuel
Sq-Sr
St-Staf
Stag-Stak
Stahl, Marion
Staib, Edward
Stal-Stam
Box 76 Stan-Stev
General
Stan-Stank
Stankey, Oscar
Stanl-Stann
Stanley, Harold
Stano-Staq
Stansfield, W. A.
Star-Starj
Stark-Stas
Starke, Ralph G.
Starr, Berenice
Starr, Walter A.
Stasio, Enzo
Stassen, Harold E.
Stat-Std
Ste-Sted
Stealey, Charles A.
Stearns, Foster
Stearns, Perry J.
Stedman, Eldridge Gerold
Stedman, Howland S.
Stee-Steem
Steed, Virgil. 1940-1944 (2 folders)
Steele, Florence Ewing
Steele, Julian D.
Steen-Stef
Steensen, Harriet A.
Steers, Abraham
Steg-Steh
Stei-Steind
Stein, Elizabeth A.
Steine-Stek
Steiner, F. G.
Steiner, Howard
Stel-Steo
Stellmon, Elbert A.
Stemons, James Samuel
Steneck, John
Step-Steq
Stephens, C. A.
Stephens, Lindsay
Stephens, Percy W.
Stephens, Roderick
Stephenson, Charles A.
Stephenson, Edwin Ambrose
Ster-Sterne
Stern, Edward A.
Stern, William
Sternf-Steu
Stetson, George W.
Stev-Stevens, G.
Stevens, Charles L.
Stevens, H.-Stevensn
Stevenson-Stevz
Stevenson, Archibald E.
Stever, Fred Briggs
Box 77 Stew-Stt
General
Stew-Stewart
Stewart, George
Stewart, George W.
Stewart, H.-Sth
Stewart, John R.
Stewart, Robert Lennox
Stewart, Thomas Jefferson
Sti-Stik
Stickel, Fred G.
Stiefel, Sam H.
Stil-Stn
Still, C.E.
Stimson, Henry L.
Stimson, Marshall
Stine, O.C.
Stines, Bertha C.
Stingel, George L.
Stinson, Joseph Whitla
Stippe, F.J.
Stivers, John L.
Sto-Stod
Stocker, Clara T.
Stockfeld, Harry H.
Stockton, Ernest L.
Stockton, Richard
Stoddard, H.G.
Stoe-Stok
Stokes, Wayne
Stol-Stoneg
Stoller, Maurice
Stolper, Gustav
Stone, Grace Zaring
Stone, N.I.
Stoneh-Stoq
Stonehouse, A.M.
Stoner, Henry
Stor
Storey, Mae E.
Storms, John W.
Stos-Stq
Str-Strar
Stras-Strat
Stratton, Robert J.
Strau-Strd
Stre-Strh
Streiff, A.
Streit, Clarence K.
Stretton, A.P.
Stri-Srtn
Stricker, Adam K.
Stringfellow, George E.
Stro-Stron
Strong, Austin
Strong, Harold F.
Stroo-Stt
Struckmeyer, C. W.
Struther, Jan
Box 78 Stu-Taq
General
Stu-Stuc
Stuart, George R.
Stud-Stuk
Stul-Sturl
Sturgis, David
Sturgis, Helene d'Asalena
Sturm-Stz
Su-Suk
Sul-Sullivan, G.
Sullivan, Mark
Sullivan, Mae B.
Sullivan, Alex Payton
Sullivan, H.-Suly
Sulz-Suml
Sulzberger, Arthur Hays
Sulzberger, Ernest
Summ-Sumz
Summers, MacDonald Carlyle
Sumner, Edward A.
Sun-Suo
Sundlun, Walter I.
Sup-Suq
Supreme Court
Sur-Sus
Sutherland, David H.
Sutherland, May
Sutt-Sv
Sw-Swanr
Swann, Thomas Wallace
Swans-Swaq
Swar-Swd
Swartz, M. W.
Swe-Swees
Sweet-Sweh
Sweetser, Arthur
Swei-Swh
Swenson, Charles
Swensen, Joel
Swetland, Maurice J.
Swi-Sx
Swindle, Claude C.
Swing, Raymond
Swinson, A. Harold
Sy-Sym
Sykora, Lada C.
Sylvester, Arthur D.
Syn-Sz
Synnestvedt, Paul
Sylvertsen, Betty
Ta-Taf
Taft, Charles P.
Tag-Tak
Tait, Galen L.
Tal
Talbot, E.A.
Talbot, George A.
Talbott, Harold
Talbott, John L.
Tam-Taq
Tamblyn, George O.
Taquey, Charles
Box 79 Tar-Thompson, D.
General
Tar-Tas
Tarkington, Booth
Tassler, Bernard
Tat-Tax
Tate, Ben E.
Tate, Seth
Tatham, R.J.
Tay-Taylor, C.
Taylor, Andrew S.
Taylor, Anson W. H.
Taylor, Charity
Taylor, Clarence H.
Taylor, C.-G.
Taylor, Dean Park
Taylor, Earl B.
Taylor, Erma Dee
Taylor, H.-O.
Taylor, H.A.
Taylor, Henry J.
Taylor, James P.
Taylor, Mrs. Joseph W.
Taylor
Taylor, Lloyd E.
Taylor, Mae
Taylor, Mary E.
Taylor, P.-Td
Taylor, R.J.
Te-Ted
Tecklin, Joseph E.
Tee-Tel
Teetor, Ralph R.
Tegtmeyer, Elsie
Teller, J.L.
Tem
Templeton, Richard H.
Ten-Teq
Tennant, Maurice E.
Tennessee Valley Authority
Ter-Terv
Ternan, Trevor A.B.
Terradell, Inez
Terrall, John J.
Terry, C.R.
Ters-Tg
Texas Rally
Th-Thd
Thackrey, Ted O.
Thalimer, Clarence M.
The-Thn
Themal, Franc
Thiess, Otto
Tho-Thomas, D.
Thomas, A.F.
Thomas, Berkley A.
Thomas, E.G.
Thomas, Edward F.
Thomas, Fred W.
Thomas, H.-Q.
Thomas, Joe T.
Thomas, Kittie
Thomas, Lee Breckinridge
Thomas, Lowell
Thomas, M.
Thomas, Norman
Thomas, R.-Thomasson
Thomas, Ruth
Thomas, Valencienne
Thomas, Welfred
Thomason, D. L.
Thompson, D.
Thom-Thompson, C.
Thompson, Alexander
Thompson, David F.
Thompson, Dorothy
Box 80 Thompson, E.-Tos
General
Thompson, E-K
Thompson, Edward
Thompson, Frederick Hurd
Thompson, H. Case
Thompson, H.L.
Thompson, J. Edgar
Thompson, James S.
Thompson, Jessie M. (2 folders)
Thompson, Joseph
Thompson, L-O
Thompson, Morris
Thompson, P.-Thomr
Thompson, Philip E.
Thompson, Rolfe L.
Thompson, W. W.
Thoms-Thoq
Thomsen, Arnold
Thomsen, Eric H.
Thomson, Helen S.
Thomson, J. Oscar
Thornburgh, Donald W.
Thorndike, Jeanie P.
Thorne, James I.
Thorne, Samuel
Thor-Thorns
Thornt-Thq
Thornton, James W.
Thornton, William A.
Thorp, Russell
Thr-Thz
Thurman, Tandy Burr
Thurston, Lloyd
Ti-Tid
Tibbot, David W.
Tie-Tik
Tichenor, W.C.
Tighe, Lawrence G.
Til
Tillett, Mrs. Louie Boyd R.
Tim-Tio
Time Reports
Timmerman H.J.
Tinckler, Charles C.
Tinney, Cal
Tip-Tis
Tisch, Alfred
Tit-Tn
Titus, Pauline Woodruff
To-Tod
Tobey, Roy
Tobey, Shelby M.
Tobias, Channing H.
Tobin, Austin J.
Todd, Elmer E.
Todd, John R.
Todd, Jouett Ross
Todd, Virginia
Toe-Tok
Toigo, Auinere
Tol
Toland, Edward D.
Tolman, William H.
Tom
Tomlinson, William W.
Tompkins, B.A.
Tompkins, Ethel H.
Ton-Too
Tondel, Lyman M.
Toner, William
Toohey, Margaret
Top-Toq
Tor-Tos
Torpats, John
Torres, Carlos J.
Torrey, Gertrude
Box 81 Tot-Tul
General
Tot-Tov
Totton, Frank M.
Totten, Ashley L.
Tow-Townr
Town Hall, Inc. 1942-1944 (2 folders)
Towns-Tq
Townsend, Atwood H.
Townsend, John
Townsend, Wallace
Towse, Percy
Tr-Tram
Tracy, Edward L.
Tracy, Shelley
Trafford, Mary Cornelia
Trammel, Niles
Trammell, William A.
Tran-Trau
Trapp, D. A.
Trav-Trd
Tre-Trem
Treadwell, Augustus
Tren-Trh
Tribble, George E.
Tri-Trio
Trieschmann, George
Trimpe, William A.
Trinity Church
Trip-Trn
Trip-Alabama
Trip-Baltimore
Trip-Boston
Trip-Colorado
Trip-Idaho
Trip-Iowa
Trip-Itineraries
Trip-Kansas City
Trip-Little Rock
Trip-Los Angeles
Trip-Louisiana
Trip-Maine
Trip-Michigan
Trip-Minnesota
Trip-Montana
Trip-Nebraska
Trip-New Hampshire
Trip-New Jersey
Trip-New York City
Trip-Ohio
Trip-Oregon
Trip-Rhode Island
Trip-Rushville, IN
Trip-St. Louis
Trip-San Francisco
Trip-South Dakota
Trip-Syracuse
Trip-Tennessee
Trip-Texas
Trip-Utah
Trip-Washington
Trip-Wisconsin
Trip-Wyoming
Triplett, Janie Russell
Trippe, Juan T.
Trittschuk, Mrs.
Trommer, Lazarus
Tro-Trot
Trou-Trt
Trout, Walter
Trowbridge, W. C.
Tru-Trul
Trubow, Mrs. N.
Truesdale, Isabel M.
Truesdell, Paul
Trum-Tt
Tu-Tud
Tucker, Cornelia Dabney
Tucker, Fred J.
Tudor, Stanley M.
Tue-Tul
Tullis, Richard
Tufts, Stewart W.
Tulloss, J.O.
Box 82 Tum-Vam
General
Tum-Tuq
Tumulty, T. James
Tunnell, Mrs. Robert W.
Tunney, John J.
Tur-Turner, G.
Turan, Louis
Turck, Charles J.
Turley, J.
Turnai, Eugene
Turnbull, Georgina
Turner, H.-Turnp
Turner, Irvine I.
Turner, Morris S.
Turnq-Tuz
Turnley, Francis R.
Tuszynski, Cornelius H.
Tutte, H. Charles
Tw-Tx
Twentieth Century Fox, 1942-1944 (2 folders)
Twentieth Century Fox Reports
Twining, Minnie E.
Twohey, James S.
Twort, F.W.
Twyeffort, Frank H.
Ty-Tz
Tyler, Alice Jaynes
Ua-Uk
Ul-Um
Ullman, B.L.
Umpleby, John E.
Un-Unf
Underhill, John L.
Underwood, Franklin D.
Une-Unh
Ungar, Felix L.
Uni-Unis
Unit-Uniu
United China Relief
United Service Organization
U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee
Univ-Uo
University of Southern California
Up-Uq
Upham, Veredon William
Upshaw, William D.
Ur-Uz
Urquhart, Kenneth
Valentine, Alan
Va-Vam
Vaillancourt, Emile
Valdespino, Gus
Box 83 Van-Vz
General
Van-Vanbt
VanAlen, R.A.
VanAlstyne, Pierre L.
VanArsdale, Howard L.
VanBu-VanC
VanBuren, Deloras & Marilyn
VanCampen, William R.
Vand-Vandh
Vandenburg, Arthur H.
Vanderbilt, Arthur T.
Vanderbilt, William H.
Vanderhoef, George W.
Vanderpoel, Robert P.
VanDevander, Charles
Van de Water, John R.
Vandi-Vandz
VanDoren, Irita
Vane-Vang
VanEpps, F.M.
Vanh-Vank
VanHorn, George
VanHoy, J.M.
Vaniman, F.A.
VanKirk, Walter W.
Vanl-Vann
VanLoan, Jennie A.
Vano-Vanr
VanPaassen, Pierre
VanPelt, W.W.
Vans-Vanu
VanScoy, Milton
VanTassel, Edward D.
VanTress, H.L.
VanV-Vanq
VanWerden, Charles D.
VanWyk, Eugene C.
Var-Vat
Varain, Nina
Vardaman, Claude O.
Vau-Vd
Vaughan, Albert E.
Vaughan, DeWitt
Ve-Vem
Ven-Veq
Venerable, William A.
Vennard, W.B.
Ver-Verm
Verity, George M.
Vern-Verz
Verrill, Robinson
Ves-Vh
Vi-Vic
Vid-Vif
Vidal, Antonio
Vig-Vim
Vigil, John E.
Villaume, Paul E.
Vin-Vir
Vincent, R.
Virgl, Venn V.
Vis-Vn
Vivian, John C.
Vo-Vok
Vogelsang, R. C.
Vol-Vom
Von
Vondersmith, P.G.
VonHahn, Rudolph
Von Luehrte, Frank
VonMaur, Jacob D.
VonMorpurgo, Henry W.
VonSpach, Leonard B.
Von Steuben, Maude
VonWindegger, F.R.
Voo-Vor
Vore, Fred E.
Voris, John R.
Vos-Vq
Vose, Edward N.
Vr-Vz
Vredenburgh, Peter
Vultee Aircraft Corporation
Box 84 W-Warc
General
Wad-Waf
Wade, Frank C.
Wag-Wagm
Wagn-Wagz
Wanger, Walter
Wagner, John
Wagnet, William R.
Wah-Wak
Wakefield, Flora B.
Wal-Wald
Walck, Henry Z.
Waldman, Mark
Walker, D-G
Waldrop, Pike
Wale-Walker, C.
Wales, Leonard A.
Walker, Adelaide
Walker, F. Katrina Cronkhite
Walker, George Richmond
Walker, H-Q
Walker, Harry Alden
Walker, John B.
Walker, Myrtle L.
Walker, R-Walks
Walker, Ralph
Walkinshaw, Robert B.
Wall-Wallab
Wallac-Walld
Wallace, Arthur T.
Wallace, David H.
Wallace, DeWitt
Wallace, Irma
Wallace, Irving Speed
Wallace, K.A.
Wallace, William
Wallach, Sidney
Walle-Wallh
Waller, Edward
Waller, Roland E.
Walli-Walr
Wallin, Ernest V.
Wallner, Siegfried
Walls, Mary
Wals-
Walsh, Richard J.
Walt-Waltg
Waltman, Franklyn
Walter, Mrs. E.
Walter, Jeanne Heloise
Walter, Louis W.
Walter, Stephen M.
Walter, William I.
Walters, Reta
Walth-Waly
Walton, A. Ballard
Walton, Daniel Day
Walz-Waq
Walzer, Samuel K.
War-Warc
War bonds, 1942-1944
Warburg, James P.
Warburton-Joy, Helen
Box 85 Ward-Weej
General
Ward
Ward, John A.
Ward, John H.
Ward, Vernon
Wardwell, Allen
Ware-Warm
Ware, Marshall D.
Warford, L. E.
Warn-Warq
Warr-Warz
Warren, Alfred I.
Warren, Alice
Warren, Earl
Warren, Schuyler N.
Was-Wash
Wasi-Wasz
Wasserman, William Stix
Wasson, R.G.
Waterman, William T.
Waterman, William V. A.
Waters, Alfred Chadbourne
Wates, Pearle H.
Wat-Watj
Watk-Watr
Watkins, Everett C.
Wats
Watson, Deneen A.
Watson, Emile E.
Watson, J. J.
Watson, Theodore S.
Watson, Thomas J.
Watt
Watt, Arthur C.
Wau-Wd
Waugh, Coulton
Waymack, William W.
Waymire, E. S.
Weadock, Bernard F.
Weadock, John C.
We-Weau
Weav-Weaz
Weaver, Bertrand
Weaver, J. Arter
Weaver, Robert A. 1943, Apr.-1944, Sept. (4 folders)
Web-Webd
Webb, S.J. de Vere
Webe-Webr
Weber, Richard E.
Webs-Webz
Webster, D.
Wec-Weej
Wechsler, Gabriel A.
Box 86 Week-Wes
General
Week-Weh
Weeks, Edward
Weeks, Sinclair. 1940-1944 (3 folders)
Wei-Weik
Weil-Weim
Weigel, D.M.
Weiler, Leo
Weiller, Paul Lewis
Weimer, Linden C.
Wein-Weinr
Weinberger, Harry
Weins-Weir
Weis-Weisr
Weis, J. Max
Weiss-Wek
Wel-Welc
Welch, Rhea McEl
Welch, Fred
Weld-Welk
Well-Wellr
Weller, Charles F.
Weller, Horace L.
Welles, Summer
Wells-Welr
Wells, C. McGregory
Wells, Carter
Wells, Frank E.
Wells, H.G.
Wells, Herman B
Wells, O.W.
Wells, Sam
Wels-Wem
Welts, R.O.
Welty, K.A.
Wen-Weq
Wendt, A. E.
Wenger, Jared
Wensink, Irwin B.
Wenstrom, William H.
Wentworth, George P.
Wer-Werz
Werner, Chas. M.
Wernick, Robert
Wertheimer, Robert G.
Wes-West, F.
West, Charles
West, G.-Westd
West, Irene
West, Thomas H.
West, James E.
West, William Pinkney, Jr.
Weste-Westn
Westo-Wesz
Weston, Hugh W.
Weston, Sidney A.
Box 87 Wet-Wic
General
Wet-Wg
Wh-Whed
Whaley, George P.
Wheaton, Anne
Whee-Wheeln
Wheeler, Burton K.
Wheeler, John N.
Wheeler, Walter H.
Wheelo-Whh
Whelan, Grover
Wherry, Charles D.
Wherry, Kenneth
Wherry, William M.
Whetstone, Dan
Whi-Whitd
White, A-C
White, Charles Mason
White, D-G
White, Delilah T.
White, Emelia Ratzlaff
White, H-K
White, Ernest I.
White, Francis J.
White, Henry W.
White, Ida E.J.
White, J.L.
White, James R.
White, L-O
White, Luther R.
White, P-S
White, T-Whiteb
White, Rebecca M.
White, Robert A.
White, Wallace H.
White, Walter
White, Walter
White, Wilbert W.
White, William A.
Whitec-Whitez
Whiteside, Asta
Whiting, Elizabeth Perry
Whiting, John D.
Whitf-Whitl
Whitla, Ezra R.
Whitley, Ennis P.
Whitlock, Edith
Whitm-Whits
Whitney, Hattie
Whitney, Maurice
Whitney, Theodore T.
Whitt-Whz
Whittemore, Josephine Gamble
Whitten, William M.
Whittlesey, E.D.
Wi-Wic
Wickens, E.M.
Wickersham, George E.
Box 88 Wid-Willj
General
Wid
Widmer, Frederick T.
Wie-Wif
Wiener, Bernard B.
Wiernasiewicz, Michael J.
Wig-Wik
Wil-Wilc
Wilcox, Charles A.
Wilcox, Lois
Wild
Wilde, Carl
Wilde, Frazer B.
Wile-Wilj
Wiley, Anna Kelbon
Wilford, E. Burke
Wilk, Wilkh
Wilk, Mrs. Theo
Wilken, Carl H.
Wilki-Wilkz
Wilkie, Leighten A.
Wilkie, Mrs. R.W.
Wilkin, Mary Magdalene
Wilkins, Sally Kirby
Wilkins, Ernest H.
Wilkinson, J. Franklin
Wilkinson, Lupton A.
Will-Willh
Willard, Eugene Bertram
Willcox, Westmore
Williams, Beatty B.
Williams, Berner
Willi-Williams, B.
Williams, C-E
Williams, Charles W.
Williams, David J.
Williams, E.D.
Williams, Edwin Melvin
Williams, F-G
Williams, Fannie L.
Williams, Frank O.H.
Williams, Frank S.G.
Williams, Gladstone
Williams, H-I
Williams, J-K
Williams, J. Oliver
Williams, James D.
Williams, Jeralyn
Williams, L-O
Williams, Milton L.
Williams, Nathan Boone
Williams, P-R
Williams, R.J.
Williams, S.
Williams, T-Z
Williams, Vernon B.
Williams, W. A.
Williams, Warner W.
Williams, Whiting
Williams, Willis Kissinger
Williams, Wilson
Williamson-Willir
Williamson, John X.
Willis, Charles G.
Willis-Willj
Willis, H.P.
Willis, Hugh Evander
Box 89 Willk-Wisg
General
Willk-Willz
Willkie, Clara
Willkie, Edith. 1917-1968 (3 folders)
Willkie, Edward E.
Willkie, Faye
Willkie, H.F.
Willkie, Julia Etta
Willkie, Philip
Willkie, Robert T.
Willkie Clubs of America. 1940 list
Wills, Wm. H.
Wilm-Wilson, C.
Wilson, Ann Scott
Wilson, D-G
Wilson, David J.
Wilson, Eugene E.
Wilson, F. Page
Wilson, Frank
Wilson, Fred B.
Wilson, H-K
Wilson, Healey
Wilson, Kali B.
Wilson, Katherine
Wilson, L-O
Wilson, Lyle C.
Wilson, Matthew H.
Wilson, P-S
Wilson, Richard L.
Wilson, Robert P.
Wilson, T-Wim
Wilson, Terry
Wilson, Woodrow (motion picture)
Win-Wind
Winant, Clinton D.
Winchell, Walter
Windett, Victor
Windom, William H.
Wine-Winj
Winfrey, George W.
Wing, Roscoe A.
Wink-Winn
Winkie, Adair A.
Winkler, Paul
Winn, Hugh T.
Winne, Marjorie D.
Wino-Wins
Winslow, Kenelm
Winslow, T.N.
Winspear, A. D.
Wint-Wir
Winterbottom, Walter R.
Wis-Wisg
Wise, Henry A.
Wise, James Waterman
Wise, Jennings C.
Wise, Stephen S.
Box 90 Wish-Wright, V.
General
Wish-Wisz
Wishart, Charles F.
Wishnefsky, Seymour
Wit-Wits
Witcher, W.C.
Witt-Wn
Witt, John P.
Witt, Peter
Wo-Wok
Wol-Wole
Wolf-Wolfd
Wolf, Charles
Wolf, Estelle
Wolf, Frederick E.
Wolf, Joseph
Wolfe
Wolfe, O.D.
Wolff-Wolj
Wolff, Walter
Wolfinger, Olive C.
Wolk-Won
Wolk, A.L.
Woll, Matthew
The Woman (magazine)
Woo-Wood, G.
Wood, Annie M.
Wood, Clement
Wood, F.R.
Wood, Frank S.
Wood, H-Z
Wood, Mrs. J. G.
Wood, James M.
Wood, John Perry
Wood, W. M.
Wood, William H.
Wooda-Woodh
Woodbury, David O.
Wooden, Charles C.
Woodfill, W.S.
Wofford, Harris L.
Woodhull, John B.
Woodi-Woodr
Woodruff, C.W.
Woods-Woodv
Woodw-Wouk
Woodward, Robert S.
Woodworth, Nancy
Woody, Lilian D.
Wool-Woq
Woollett, William Lee
Wor-Worr
Worden, W.H.
Worrall, Elsie
Wors-Wq
Wortham, Alvin
Worthington, William
Wr-Wrh
Wrenick, B.
Wri-Wright, C.
Wright, Burrell
Wright, Caroline
Wright, D-G
Wright, Frank Lloyd
Wright, H.O.
Wright, Harold H.
Wright, James L.
Wright, John D.
Wright, Morris J.
Wright, P-V
Wright, R. R.
Box 91 Wright, W.-Z
General
Wright, W-Wt
Wright, W.W.
Wright, Warren
Wright, Wilbur
Wright, William
Writers' War Board
Wroe, H.A.
Wu-Wx
Wunder, Suzanne A.
Wunsch, W.R.
Wy-Wyl
Wychgel, Adrian
Wyer, Samuel S.
Wyeth, Mabel
Wyler, L.S.
Wym-X
Wynkoop, Brooke L.
Wysong, Ansel S.
Y-Yd
Yaffe, Harmon
Yale, George C.
Yale University
Yandell, Lunsford P.
Yasa, Suat
Yaudynsky, J.A.
Ye-Yn
Yearsley, E. W.
Yergan, Max
Yerger-Hahan, A. Florence
Yo-Yoq
Yor-Yot
You-Young, G.
Young, Arthur G.
Young, H-O
Young, H.H.
Young, John
Young, John Orr
Young, Mary
Young, Owen D.
Young, P-Younga
Young, Phyllis A.
Young, Sidney
Young, William F.
Youngb-Yz
Youth Builders
Yuill, Peter S.
Z-Zd
Zabransky, William
Zamansky, Allan
Zangwill, Bernard L.
Zanuck, Darryl L. 1941-1944 (2 folders)
Zatkowich, Gregory
Ze-Zel
Zelomek, A. W.
Zem-Zeh
Zi-Zil
Ziegler, Robert H.
Ziff, William B.
Zillman, William
Zim
Zimmerman, Calvin
Zimmerman, Fred R.
Zin-Zn
Zo-Zt
Zu-Zul
Zum-Zz
Zurcher, Arnold J.
Unidentified
General
Additional Correspondence. Arranged either chronologically or by subject. These files also may include accompanying materials.
Box 92 Biographical. 1929
Box 92 Accounts Ledger. 1930, Jan.-1933, Jan.
Box 92 The Abraham Lincoln Association. 1935, Dec. 19-1939, Mar. 30
Box 92 Akron Credit Corp. 1931, Oct. 22-23
Box 92 The American Veterans. 1932, Oct. 17-1938
Box 92 American Vitrified Products Company. 1929-1937
Box 92 Association of Edison Illuminating Companies. 1931 1939
Box 92 Association of the Bar of the City of New York. 1932-1934
Box 92 Beta Theta Pi. 1930-1940
Box 92 Brooks, William McLin. 1938-1940
Box 92 Bond Club of New York. 1936-1937
Box 92 Cohen, Ben V. 1937-1938
Box 92 Commonwealth and Southern Company. 1921-1940
Box 92 Family. 1921-1940 (2 folders)
Box 92 Miscellaneous. 1929-1935, Dec. (5 folders)
Box 92 Speaking and dinner invitations, interviews. 1935-1940
Box 92 Miscellaneous. 1936, Jan.-1940, Jul. (19 foldes)
Box 92 Democratic Organization, New York County (Sheehy, John E.). 1931-1935 (2 folders)
Box 92 Edison Electric Institute. 1933-1940
Box 92 Harper's unpublished correspondence. 1935-1940
Box 92 Political. 1929, Oct. 9-1939, Dec. 9
Box 92 Miscellaneous. [ca. 1937-1940]
Box 92 National Civil Service Reform League. 1939-1940
Box 92 National Electric Light Association. 1939-1943
Box 92 New York State Bar - admission. 1930-1931
Box 92 New York State Bar Association. 1932-1937
Box 92 New York Times. 1936, Aug. 27-1938, Sept. 19
Box 92 Ohio Bar Association. 1932-1935
Box 92 Ohio Society of New York. Membership Committee. 1930-1933
Box 92 Ohio Society of New York. Membership Committee. Card file. 1930
Box 92 Ohio Society of New York. Membership Committee. College lists. Antioch-Ohio State University. 1930
Box 92 Ohio Society of New York. Membership Committee. College lists. Ohio University-Wittenberg
Box 93 Material for power policy proposal
Box 93 Princeton University. School of public and international affairs. 1936-1939
Box 93 Sales Executive Club of New York. 1938-1940
Box 93 Swinefort, Fred. 1929-1930
Box 93 Tennessee Electric Power Company. 1933-1935 (2 folders)
Box 93 Testimony before Wheeler Comm. [?] (not Wendell Willkie). 1935[?]
Box 93 Tennessee Electric Power Company. 1936-1940 undated (10 folders)
Box 93 United States. Senate. Special Committee to Investigate Lobbying. 1935
Box 93 United States. Supreme Court. 1930-1931
Box 93 United States. Supreme Court. - Admission. 1932-1933
Box 93 Vertical File Service, H.W. Wilson Company. 1935-1939
Box 93 Vital Speeches. 1935-1938
Box 93 Whiting, Justin R. 1933-1939
Box 94 Willkie, Henrietta (Trisch) - death. Condolence letters, A-Z; unidentified. 1940 (5 folders)
Box 94 Willkie, Philip. 1936, Aug.-1940, Aug.
Box 94 Yale. Saybrook College. 1939-1940
Box 94 Youngstown Chamber of Commerce. 1937, May 13
Box 94 Arthur, Myra Young (Mrs. M. Wilson Arthur) - estate. 1929-1930
Box 94 Bank of Manhattan Trust Co. vs. Symel Realty Co. 1932, Jun. 30 -1933, May 2
Box 94 Brown, Harry L. - estate. 1929
Box 94 Darragh, Susan - estate. 1931-
Box 94 Kaplan, Philip - estate. 1932, May-Jul.
Box 94 Murphy, Jno E. - estate. 1924-1931 (3 folders)
Box 94 Murphy - bank books
Box 94 Murphy - cemetery plots, deeds
Box 94 Murphy - New Jersey property
Box 94 Murphy - stock certificates
Box 94 Murphy - stock sales
Box 94 Murphy - taxes
Box 94 Selective Poster Advertising, Inc. 1930-1931
Box 94 Slaymaker, Augusta M. v. Columbus Railway, Power and Light Co. 1922-1925
Box 95 Official. 1929-1944 (14 folders)
Box 96 Correspondence. 1940, Dec. 2-Dec. 30
Box 96 Telegrams. 1941, Jan. 20-Jun. 26
Box 96 Telegrams. 1940, Jul. 17-Dec. 29
Box 96 Telegrams. 1941, Jul. 2-Sept. 30
Box 96 Telegrams. 1941. Oct. 1-Oct. 30
Box 96 Telegrams. 1941. Nov. 1-Dec. 31
Box 96 Telegrams. 1942. Jan. 2-Apr. 30
Box 96 Telegrams. 1942. May 1-Jul. 31
Box 96 Telegrams. 1942, Nov. 2-Dec. 31
Box 96 Telegram-related. 1941-1942
Box 96 Telegrams. 1942, Aug. 1-Oct. 31
Box 96 Correspondence. 1944, Jun. 25-1945
Box 97 Family. Wendell Willkie to Edith. 1917-1919
Box 97 Personal. 1932-1933
Box 97 Family. 1936
Box 97 Family. 1937
Box 97 Family (re: Philip). 1938-1939
Box 97 Personal. 1940
Box 97 Family and Personal (re: Philip and Edith). 1941
Box 97 Family. 1942
Box 97 Family. 1943
Box 97 Family (re: Edith). undated
Box 97 Family (re: Philip). undated
Box 97 Anti-Willkie (Political): A-Z. (34 folders)
Box 97 Telegrams (extra copies). Dec. 1942-Mar. 1943
Box 97 Telegrams (extra copies). Apr. 1943-Jul. 1943
Box 97 Telegrams (extra copies). Aug. 1943-Nov. 1943
Box 97 Telegrams (extra copies). Dec. 1943-Jan. 1944
Box 97 Telegrams (extra copies). Feb. 1944-Mar. 1944
Box 97 Telegrams (extra copies). Apr. 1944-Oct. 1944
Box 151 Delegate responses to Oren Root letter. Jun. 1940
Box 151 Contributions. Sept. 1940 (3 folders)
Box 151 To Mrs. Willkie. 1940
Box 151 Class Reunion, etc. 1940
Box 151 People who merited thank-you notes from 1940 campaign
Box 151 TVA. 1934-1936
Box 151 1936-1943
Box 151 1933-1938
Box 151 Jan.-Mar. 1941
Box 151 Apr.-Dec. 1941
Box 151 1941-1944
Box 151 1942-1945
Box 151 Philip Willkie. 1941
Box 151 National Committee, State Chair, Vice Chair. 1940
Box 151 Letters to Congressman, organized by state. 1940
Box 151 Campaign: by H.J. Gallagher. Arizona. 1940
Box 151 Campaign: by H.J. Gallagher. Arkansas. 1940
Box 151 Campaign: by H.J. Gallagher. California. 1940
Box 151 Campaign: by H.J. Gallagher. Idaho. 1940
Box 151 Campaign: by H.J. Gallagher. Illinois. 1940
Box 151 Campaign: by H.J. Gallagher. Iowa. 1940
Box 151 Campaign: by H.J. Gallagher. Kansas. 1940
Box 151 Campaign: by H.J. Gallagher. Michigan. 1940
Box 151 Campaign: by H.J. Gallagher. Minnesota. 1940
Box 151 Campaign: by H.J. Gallagher. Missouri. 1940
Box 151 Campaign: by H.J. Gallagher. Montana. 1940
Box 151 Campaign: by H.J. Gallagher. Nebraska. 1940
Box 151 Campaign: by H.J. Gallagher. New Mexico. 1940
Box 151 Campaign: by H.J. Gallagher. North Dakota. 1940
Box 151 Campaign: by H.J. Gallagher. Oklahoma. 1940
Box 151 Campaign: by H.J. Gallagher. Oregon. 1940
Box 151 Campaign: by H.J. Gallagher. South Dakota. 1940
Box 151 Campaign: by H.J. Gallagher. Washington. 1940
Box 155 Condolence cards. Oct. 1944
Box 155 Condolences - young people. Oct. 1944
Box 155 Condolences - Negro organizations. Oct. 1944
Box 155 Condolences - foreign. Oct-Dec. 1944 1955
Box 155 Condolences - newspaper and radio. Oct. 1944-Mar.1945
Box 155 Condolences - military. Oct. 1944
Box 155 Condolences - telegrams. Oct. 1944 (2 folders)
Box 155 Condolences - A-L. Oct. 1944
Box 155 Condolences - L-Z. Oct. 1944
Box 155 Condolences. Oct. 1944 (2 folders)
Box 159 Letters from China: Postwar Peace
Box 159 Mrs. Phil Wilk (Edith Willkie's mother). 1940s
Box 159 Re: Philip Willkie. 1940
Box 159 Congratulatory telegram - graduation from Rutgers
Box 159 Correspondence records and manual, template
Box 159 Correspondence templates
Box 159 WLW and Henry Paynter, AP biography
Box 159 A Tribute to Wendell L. Willkie. 1940
Box 159 New York Journal of America
Box 159 Stockholders, TVA. 1933
Box 159 TVA. 1934-1935
Box 159 Motion Picture Herald. 1941
Box 159 London Daily Sketch
Box 159 Town Hall, NYC. 1936-1940
Box 159 Harmonie Club, NYC. 1935-1936
Box 159 Bond Club of NJ. 1935
Box 159 Harvard University. 1935-1937
Box 159 Re: Biographies. 1940-1943
Box 159 Memos and Miscellaneous. 1936-1940
Box 159 General. 1937-1939
Box 159 General. 1940s
II. Campaign 1940
Box 100 Correspondence. Jul. 17-Aug. 28, 1940
Box 100 Miscellaneous
Box 100 Democrats for WJW
Box 100 Anti-Third-Term
Box 100 Ephemera/Broadsides (4 folders)
Box 100 Fables series
Box 100 New York
Box 100 The Minnesota Minute Men Oct. 21-25, 1940
Box 100 Other Rep. Candidates
Box 100 Pamphlets (3 folders)
Box 100 Pictorial souvenir
Box 100 Special interest groups (e.g., labor, retailers, etc.)
Box 100 Roosevelt literature
Box 100 Willkie Club of Marion County
Box 100 Willkie Clubs
Box 100 Women for Willkie>
Box 100 Benet Prayer and Sandberg, Carl.The Man with the Broken Fingers.
Box 100 Songs
Box 100 Statement by Willkie re: FDR's pursuit of re-nomination (for 3rd term). Jul. 17, 1940
Box 100 Statements by others. Jul. 26-Oct. 17, 1940
Box 100 Statements by Willkie. Jul. 18-Nov. 11, 1940 undated (3 folders)
Box 100 Petition: Willkie for President
Box 100 Statements by Willkie; excerpts from speeches
Box 100 Stickers
Box 100 "Thank you" form letters
Box 100 Train tour; delegates to the convention
Box 100 Telegrams to Willkie from Indiana. Oct. 2, 1940
Box 100 Train tour. Map: Iowa Falls, IA
Box 100 Train tour, correspondence. Oct. 1-Nov. 2, 1940 undated
Box 100 Train tour, maps
Box 100 Train tour, correspondence. Jun. 5-Sept. 20, 1940
Box 100 Train tour, schedule: California and southern California
Box 100 Train tour, miscellaneous
Box 100 Train tour, northern California, Bakersfield to San Francisco. Sept. 20, 1940
Box 100 Train tour, schedule, Connecticut
Box 100 Train tour, schedule, Michigan
Box 100 Train tour, schedules, New York, New Jersey, New England, Pennsylvania
Box 100 Train tour, schedule, Ohio
Box 100 Train tour, schedule, Rhode Island
Box 100 Train tour, schedule, Washington state
Box 100 Train tour, schedules and directory. Sept.15-Oct. 1940 undated
Box 152 Itinerary, Ohio. Oct. 1940
Box 152 Itinerary, related
Box 152 Chronological itineraries. Aug-Oct.1940
Box 152 Chronological itineraries. Oct. 16-Nov. 1, 1940
Box 152 Campaign workers - staff and flight itineraries
Box 152 Memorabilia
Box 152 Reporters on campaign train
Box 152 Map of campaign
Box 152 Campaign materials
Box 152 Miscellaneous
Box 159 Republican Platform 1940
Box 159 Campaign gifts - lists and correspondence
Box 159 Brochures
III. Diaries.
General
Although formally labeled "diaries," the following items are actually lists of appointments.
Box No Box Diary. 1940
Box No Box Diary. 1941
Box No Box Diary. 1941
Box No Box Diary. 1941
Box No Box Diary. 1942
Box No Box Diary. 1943
Box No Box Diary. 1944
IV. Calendars.
Box 101 Calendars. Dec. 1943-Sept. 1944
V. Commonwealth & Southern Corporation.
Box 102 Addresses: Forum of Liberty. Apr. 4, 1935
Box 102 Correspondence and Miscellaneous.
Box 102 Press Releases. 1934-1940 (3 folders)
Box 102 Writings by Willkie. 1931
Box 160 Resolutions (bound, illuminated)
Box 160 Reports. Feb. 19, 1944
VI. Photographs.
Box 159 From Willkie exhibition catalog. (Lilly Library publication #32) Oct. 1980
Box 159 Willkie relatives
Box 159 Bench in cemetery
Box 159 Willkie campaign
Box 159 Frank or Doris Branson
Box 159 Negative proofs
Box 161 Edith Willkie
Box 161 Wendell and Edith. 1940
Box 161 Philip Willkie
Box 161 Young Willkie. 1922
Box 161 Willkie family
Box 161 campaign - press photos 1940
Box 161 WLW studio portraits
Box 161 WLW and one other person
Box 161 campaign photos 1940 (4 folders)
Box 161 press photos 1941-1944
Box 161 WLW addressing audiences
Box 161 WLW radio broadcasts - CBS
Box 161 WLW alone - photos and snapshots
Box 161 World trip 1942
Box 161 Group snapshots and WLW at functions
Box 161 WLW memorials, busts, etc. post-1944
Box 161 Misc. - WLW-related
Box 161 Misc. - non-WLW
Box 161 Photos removed from album Memories of Montreal. Mar. 25, 1941
Box 161 Photo album, world trip
Box 161 Misc. photo albums
Box 161 Negatives
Box 173 World Trip 1942
Conditions Governing Access
These materials cannot be digitized due to copyright.
Box 199 Wendell Willkie
Box 200 Campaign Photos 1940
VII. Speeches and Writings.
Box 103 Regulation (N.E.L.A. Convention, IN) 1930, Sept. 25
Box 103 Kilowatthour Tax 1931, Sept. 21
Box 103 Statement before House Military Affairs Committee 1933, Apr. 14
Box 103 Advertising Federation of America 1933, June 26
Box 103 Statement on Power Question 1934, Feb
Box 103 Our Cooperation with TVA 1934, Mar. 31
Box 103 Government and Private Ownership (American Statistical Association) 1934, Sept.
Box 103 Investment Bankers Association 1934, Oct. 30
Box 103 The other side of TVA 1934, Nov. 7
Box 103 Reply to FDR speech 1934, Nov. 20
Box 103 Christian Science Monitor Interview 1934, Nov. 28
Box 103 Philadelphia 1934, Dec. 11
Box 103 Statements and news releases 1934
Box 103 The Future of Utilities (draft) n.d. (ca.1934 or 35)
Box 103 speech?) Tennessee n.d. (ca.1934 or 35
Box 103 Boston Chamber of commerce 1935, Jan. 8
Box 103 Government and Public Utilities (Economic Club) 1935, Jan. 21
Box 103 Argument . . . Wheeler-Rayburn Bill 1935, Mar. 14
Box 103 Life Underwriters Association of New York 1935, Mar. 20
Box 103 Summary of WLW memo of suggested legislation for regulation 1935, Mar.
Box 103 Forum of Liberty (Radio) 1935, Apr. 4
Box 103 WLW testimony before Senate Interstate Commerce Committee re: Wheeler-Rayburn Bill 1935, Apr. 25
Box 103 Forbes magazine article 1935, April.
Box 103 Why the Wheeler-Rayburn bill must be stopped(Forbes) 1935, May 1
Box 103 The New Fear (US Chamber of Commerce) 1935, May 1
Box 103 Utilities and the Public(Current History) 1935, May.
Box 103 The Federal Government and Utilities(Wharton Review) article 1935, May.
Box 103 Financial World 1935, June, 5
Box 103 Power Shortage in Question(Public Utilities Fortnightly) 1935, June 6
Box 103 New York Evening Post Statement 1935, June 20
Box 103 The Future of the Holding Company(Journal of Land and Public Utility Economics) 1935, Aug.
Box 103 Town Hall 1935, Dec. 4
Box 103 Public Utility Problem (Bond Club of New York) 1935, Dec. 19
Box 103 If Sanity Prevails(Wall Street Journal) 1935, Dec. 21
Box 103 Wharton Review 1935, Dec.
Box 103 Statements and news releases 1935
Box 103 March of Time film 1936, Jan. 17
Box 103 WLW reply to Dougall (Journal of Land and Public Utility Economics0 1936, Feb.
Box 103 Utilities and the TVA situation [Reprint: Who pays the bills for TVA?] 1936, Mar. 5
Box 103 TVA Yardstick ...(Electrical World) 1936, Mar. 14
Box 103 Radio Broadcast 1936, Apr. 15
Box 103 Princeton-Harvard-Yale Conference 1936, May 8-9
Box 103 National Association of Mutual Savings Banks 1936, May 14
Box 103 Lessons of TVA (Financial World) 1936, June 3
Box 103 A Plea for the Solution of the Public Utilities Problem (Radio) 1936, June 20
Box 103 New York Journal American article 1936, July 13
Box 103 Debate Handbooks article 1936, July.
Box 103 New York Daily News article 1936, Aug. 30
Box 103 Review of Reviews 1936, Aug.
Box 103 Harpers 1936, Oct.
Box 103 Statements and news releases 1936
Box 103 Cost of an unsolved problemThe Analyst 1937, Jan. 2
Box 103 Subsidized Power ProgramElectrical World 1937, Jan. 9
Box 103 Fortune 1937, May.
Box 103 Back door to government ownership(Saturday Evening Post) 1937, July.
Box 103 Political PowerAtlantic 1937, Aug.
Box 103 Statement re: Atlantic criticism 1937, Sept.
Box 103 Rreply to Morgan article (Atlantic) 1937, Sept.
Box 103 New York Times-magazine section 1937, Oct. 31
Box 103 New York Stock Exchange 1937, Nov. 10
Box 103 Memo submitted to FDR 1937, Nov. 25
Box 103 Life 1937, Nov. 29
Box 103 Chicago Tribune 1937, Nov.
Box 103 Statements and news releases 1937
Box 104 Town Hall 1938, Jan. 6
Box 104 letters re:Town Hall 1938, Jan. 6
Box 104 Town Hall (letters A-L) 1938, Jan. 7
Box 104 Town Hall (letters M-Z) 1938, Jan. 7
Box 104 Town Hall correspondence 1938, Jan. 8
Box 104 Town Hall 1938, Jan. 9-13
Box 104 Town Hall WLW correspondence 1938, Jan. 7-17
Box 104 Economic Club of Detroit 1938, Feb. 28
Box 104 The Commentator 1938, Feb
Box 104 WLW memorandum presented to TVA 1938, Mar. 16
Box 104 Indiana University 1938, May 4
Box 104 Herald Tribune Forum 1938, Oct. 26
Box 104 Statement to Committee Investigating TVA 1938, Nov. 23
Box 104 Goodyear Centennial 1939, Feb. 23
Box 104 Printer's ink publications 1939, Feb. 24
Box 104 Man who talked back(Saturday Evening Post) 1939, Feb. 25
Box 104 What helps business helps you campaign (Radio) 1939, Mar. 9
Box 104 Address 1939, Apr. 7
Box 104 American Design Award luncheon 1939, Apr. 21
Box 104 New York Herald Tribune article 1939, Apr. 30
Box 104 Savings Bank Journal 1939, April.
Box 104 Christ Church of Greenwich - 200th Anniversary 1939, May 2
Box 104 Barstow Dinner, New York 1939, May 15
Box 104 Indiana Day, New York World's Fair 1939, June 1
Box 104 The strength that comes from adversity(Electrical World) 1939, June 3
Box 104 Saturday Evening Post (Idle money - Idle men) correspondence 1939, June 17 May-December 1939 4 folders
Box 104 Brace up America(Atlantic Monthly) 1939, June.
Box 104 Time 1939, July 31
Box 104 The Young Melbourne - review 1939, Aug. 27
Box 104 The Great American Tripod (Columbia Luncheon) 1939, Nov. 1
Box 104 Dedication of . . . Steam Plant 1939, Nov. 8
Box 104 The Faith that is America(Reader's Digest) 1939, Nov. 25
Box 104 44th Congress of American Industry 1939, Dec. 8
Box 104 With malice toward none(Saturday Evening Post) 1939, Dec. 30
Box 104 Statements and news releases 1939
Box 105 N.Y. Journal Ame. 1940, Jan. 5
Box 105 Wooster College, Ohio 1940, Jan. 29
Box 105 The Christian Colleges (Radio) 1940, Feb. 18
Box 105 Set Enterprise Free(Christian Science Monitor) 1940, Mar. 2
Box 105 Todelo Civic Forum 1940, Mar. 4
Box 105 Court is Now His(Saturday Evening Post) 1940, Mar. 9
Box 105 San Francisco, California Commonwealth Club 1940, Mar. 15
Box 105 Los Angeles Town Hall 1940, Mar. 18
Box 105 Fair Trial(New Republic) 1940, Mar. 18
Box 105 Whipping Boy (Boston Chamber of Commerce) 1940, Apr. 5
Box 105 Information Please correspondence 1940, Apr. 9
Box 105 Liberalism (Town Hall) 1940, Apr. 14
Box 105 Some of the issues of 1940 (ANPA of New York Bureau of Advertising) 1940, Apr. 25
Box 105 Liberalism Means LibertyPublic Service Magazine 1940, April.
Box 105 We the People(Fortune) 1940, April.
Box 105 National Institute of Social Science 1940, May 7
Box 105 St. Paul, Minnesota, Republican leaders dinner 1940, May 11
Box 105 Review of J.C. Long's Mr. Pitt 1940, May 12
Box 105 Indiana Bankers Association 1940, May 15
Box 105 Des Moines rally 1940, May 17
Box 105 Rally, Somerville, New Jersey 1940, May 20
Box 105 Hoosier Box Supper, New York 1940, May 21
Box 105 National Republican Club Kansas, Missouri 1940, May 24
Box 105 Akron, Ohio. 1940, May 28
Box 105 Chamber of Commerce Denver, Colorado 1940, May 31
Box 105 Look article 1940, May.
Box 105 Red Cross War Relief (Radio) 1940, June 4
Box 105 St. Louis, Missouri 1940, June 6
Box 105 Lincoln, Nebraska Chamber of Commerce 1940, June 7
Box 105 Colgate University Honorary degree 1940, June 10
Box 105 Boston, Massachusetts 1940. June 14
Box 105 Connecticut--impromptu talk 1940, June 15
Box 105 Brooklyn, New York 1940, June 18
Box 105 Pre-campaign statements and news releases 1940, Jan.-July.
Box 105 WLW nominating speech 1940, Aug.
Box 105 WLW seconding speech 1940, Aug.
Box 105 acceptance speech 1940, Aug.
Box 105 Elwood, (Indiana) 1940, Aug. 17
Box 105 Rushville Memorial Park (Indiana) 1940, Aug. 19
Box 105 Reply to New Republic 1940, Sept. 2
Box 105 Campaign speeches (Chicago - 4 speeches) 1940, Sept. 13
Box 105 Campaign speeches (Joliet, Ottawa, Peoria, Galesburg, & LaSalle, Illinois) 1940, Sept. 14
Box 105 Campaign speeches (Missouri--3 speeches) 1940, Sept. 16
Box 105 Campaign speeches (Kansas: Pittsburgh, Coffeyville--2 speeches) 1940, Sept. 16
Box 105 pm. Campaign speeches (Oklahoma- 2 speeches) 1940, Sept. 16
Box 105 Campaign speeches (Texas, New Mexico - 7 speeches) 1940, Sept. 17
Box 105 Campaign speeches (Arizona, California - 9 speeches) 1940, Sept. 18
Box 105 Campaign speeches (California, Los Angeles - 2 speeches) 1940, Sept. 19
Box 105 Campaign speeches (California--8 speeches) 1940, Sept. 20
Box 105 Campaign speeches (California--9 speeches) 1940, Sept. 21
Box 105 Campaign speeches (Oregon, Washington) 1940, Sept. 22-23
Box 105 Campaign speeches (Washington, Idaho, Montana--6 speeches) 1940, Sept. 24
Box 105 Campaign speeches (Montana, North Dakota--5 speeches) 1940, Sept. 25
Box 105 Campaign speeches (South Dakota, Minnesota, Iowa, Nebraska--5 speeches) 1940, Sept. 26
Box 105 Campaign speeches (Iowa, Illinois, Wisconsin) 1940, Sept. 27
Box 105 Campaign speeches (New York--2 speeches) 1940, Sept. 28
Box 105 Campaign speeches (Indiana, Michigan) 1940, Sept. 30
Box 106 Campaign speeches (Michigan) 1940, Oct. 1
Box 106 Campaign speeches (Indiana, Ohio, Michigan) 1940, Oct. 2
Box 106 Campaign speeches (Ohio, Pennsylvania) 1940, Oct. 3
Box 106 Campaign speeches (Pennsylvania--10 speeches) 1940, Oct. 4
Box 106 Campaign speeches (New York--5 speeches) 1940, Oct. 5
Box 106 Campaign speeches (New Jersey--5 speeches) 1940, Oct. 7
Box 106 Campaign speeches (New York City--8 speeches) 1940, Oct. 8
Box 106 Campaign speeches (Connecticut--10 speeches) 1940, Oct. 9
Box 106 Campaign speeches (Connecticut, Rhode Island--5 speeches) 1940, Oct. 10
Box 106 Campaign speeches (Massachusetts--8 speeches) 1940, Oct. 11
Box 106 Campaign speeches (Massachusetts, New York--8 speeches) 1940, Oct. 12
Box 106 Campaign speeches (New York--8 speeches) 1940, Oct. 14
Box 106 Campaign speeches (New York--13 speeches) 1940, Oct. 15
Box 106 Campaign speeches (Ohio--7 speeches) 1940, Oct. 16
Box 106 Campaign speeches (Missouri, Indiana, Illinois--7 speeches) 1940, Oct. 17
Box 106 Campaign speeches (Missouri, Illinois--8 speeches) 1940, Oct. 18
Box 106 Campaign speeches (Minnesota--6 speeches) 1940, Oct. 19
Box 106 Campaign speeches (Minnesota) 1940, Oct. 20
Box 106 Campaign speeches (Wisconsin--6 speeches) 1940, Oct. 21
Box 106 Campaign speeches (Illinois, Indiana--6 speeches) 1940, Oct. 22
Box 106 Campaign speeches (New York City--4 speeches) 1940, Oct. 23
Box 106 Campaign speeches (Pennsylvania, Ohio--7 speeches) 1940, Oct. 24
Box 106 Campaign speeches (Pennsylvania, New York--8 speeches) 1940, Oct. 25
Box 106 Campaign speeches (New York City--5 speeches) 1940, Oct. 26
Box 106 Campaign speeches (Kentucky, Illinois, Indiana--7 speeches) 1940, Oct. 28
Box 106 Campaign speeches (Ohio, West Virginia--6 speeches) 1940, Oct. 29
Box 106 Campaign speeches (West Virginia, Maryland--6 speeches) 1940, Oct. 30
Box 106 Campaign speeches (New Jersey, Delaware, Pennsylvania--6 speeches) 1940, Oct. 31
Box 106 Campaign speeches (New Jersey-3 speeches) 1940, Nov. 1
Box 106 Campaign speeches (New York City-1 speeches) 1940, Nov. 2
Box 106 Campaign speeches (New York City) 1940, Nov. 3-4
Box 106 Campaign speeches 1940, Nov. 5-6
Box 106 Campaign speeches (fragments) 1940
Box 106 Campaign - suggested speeches 1940
Box 106 Campaign speeches and data not used 1940 (Sept.-Oct.)
Box 106 Campaign speeches and data not used 1940 (Oct. 2-Nov. 4)
Box 106 Radio Address 1940, Nov. 11
Box 106 New York National Interfraternity Conference 1940, Nov. 29
Box 106 Unidentified speeches (2) 1940
Box 107 Conference of Mayors (DC) 1941, Jan. 13
Box 107 Women's National Republican Club 1941, Jan. 18
Box 107 WLW appearance before Senate Committee on Foreign Relations 1941, Feb. 11
Box 107 Lincoln Dinner-- New York 1941, Feb. 12
Box 107 Churchman Award Dinner 1941, Feb. 25
Box 107 Radio Speech- New York City [for Joe C. Baldwin] 1941, Mar. 9
Box 107 Speech for Joe Baldwin - New York City 1941, Mar. 10
Box 107 1941, Mar. 13
Box 107 Canada [c.f. trip files] 1941, Mar. 24
Box 107 Writers' Committee Dinner of United China Relief 1941, Mar. 26
Box 107 YMCA of Pittsburgh 1941, Apr. 26
Box 107 Dedication of Vultee Aircraft plant, Nashville, Tenn. 1941, May 4
Box 107 Freedom Rally-- Madison Square Garden 1941, May 7
Box 107 Collier's (answer to Lindberg) 1941, May 10
Box 107 Chicago Unity Rally 1941, June 6
Box 107 Jewish War Veterans Award-- New York 1941, June 28
Box 107 Radio: Voices for Freedom 1941, July 3
Box 107 Radio: Aid to British Labour Weeks 1941, July 15
Box 107 Labor Rally 1941, July 17
Box 107 Los Angeles--Hollywood Bowl 1941, July 23
Box 107 San Francisco mass meeting 1941, July 24
Box 107 In Union . . . Strength(American Legion Magazine) 1941, Aug.
Box 107 American Friends of Yugoslavia luncheon 1941, Sept. 6
Box 107 Re: Investigation of Motion Picture Industry 1941, Sept.
Box 107 United China Relief Broadcast (New York City) 1941, Oct. 2
Box 107 Radio--Community Chest 1941, Oct. 3
Box 107 National Republic Club The opposition party 1941, Oct. 6
Box 107 Federation of Jewish charities 1941, Oct. 7
Box 107 Message re: repeal of Neutrality Act 1941, Oct. 22
Box 107 Statement re: Movie investigation 1941, Oct. 24
Box 107 American Labor Rally 1941, Oct. 28
Box 107 Republican Rally--Paterson, New Jersey 1941, Oct. 29
Box 107 Statement in support of Edgar T. Nathan 1941, Oct. 31
Box 107 Reader's Digest--Let's Keep the Ball 1941, Oct.
Box 107 Senate's Threat to Free Speech(Life) 1941, Nov. 3
Box 107 To Keep the Record Straight(Look) 1941, Nov. 4 (2 folders)
Box 107 American Speaks to Poland (Radio) 1941, Nov. 10
Box 107 Churchman Award 1941, Nov. 18
Box 107 Bishop Malloy dinner 1941, Nov. 27
Box 107 Patriotism or Politics(American) 1941, Nov.
Box 107 Future of the Republican party(Nation) 1941, Dec. 13
Box 107 Fight for Freedom (Radio) 1941, Dec. 20
Box 107 speech drafts and suggestions 1941
Box 107 press statements and releases, miscellaneous 1942
Box 107 St. Vincent's Hospitals 1942, Jan. 12
Box 107 The Road to Victory--Conference of Mayors 1942, Jan. 13
Box 107 Women's National Republican Club 1942, Jan. 17
Box 107 Roland Marvin dinner (Syracuse) 1942, Feb. 3
Box 107 Winning on the Moral Front (National Conference of Jews & Christians) 1942, Feb. 7
Box 107 Lincoln's Birthday dinner (Boston) 1942. Feb. 12
Box 107 Remarks on They live forever broadcast (Radio) 1942, Feb. 15
Box 107 Let's Look Ahead(New York Times) 1942, Feb. 15
Box 107 Academy Awards dinner 1942, Feb. 26
Box 107 Freedom House--inaugural dinner 1942, Mar. 19
Box 107 National Federation of Business & Professional Women's Clubs, Inc. (NYC) press release 1942, Mar. 23
Box 107 National Urban League (New York City) 1942, Mar. 30
Box 108 Willkie answers 18 blunt questions (Look0 1942, Apr. 7
Box 108 Carl Schurz article (Farrar-Strauss) 1942, Apr. 9
Box 108 Proposed resolution for Republican National Committee (Chicago) 1942, Apr. 17
Box 108 Rochester, New York 1942, Apr. 23
Box 108 We Must Fight Our Way Not Only to Victory(Philadelphia Inquirer) 1942, May 2
Box 108 Union College Commencement 1942, May 11
Box 108 Peaks of Progress (Pittsburgh) 1942, June 1
Box 108 There Must be Total Peace(This Week) 1942, June 7
Box 108 Louis D. Brandeis Dinner 1942, June 17
Box 108 The Case for the Minorities(Saturday Evening Post) 1942, June 27
Box 108 Westport, Connecticut 1942, June 27
Box 108 Statement re: Candidacy for New York Governor 1942, July 1
Box 108 Free French Week 1942, July 8
Box 108 Lidice, Illinois 1942 July 12
Box 108 NAACP Conference (Los Angeles) 1942, July 20
Box 108 Freedom House broadcast - Carl Schurz 1942, Aug. 3
Box 108 March of Time broadcast 1942, Aug. 20
Box 108 Chungking China statement 1942, Oct. 7
Box 108 Raymond Clapper broadcast re: W.L.W.'s World trip 1942, Oct. 8
Box 108 March of Time broadcast 1942, Oct. 15?
Box 108 Report to the People 1942, Oct. 26
Box 108 March of Time broadcast 1942, Oct. 29
Box 108 Statement 1942, Oct. 31
Box 108 [South America]? 1942, Nov. 5
Box 108 Dedication of hospital tents for the Russian Army by I.L. G.W.U 1942, Nov. 6
Box 108 New York Times talk 1942, Nov. 6
Box 108 Freedom of Speech (Biosophical Institute, NYC) 1942, Nov. 16
Box 108 Economic Freedom (New York Herald Tribune-forum) 1942, Nov. 16
Box 108 New York newspaper guild 1942, Nov. 19
Box 108 British War Relief luncheon (New York City) 1942, Nov. 20
Box 108 Toronto - correspondence and speech 1942, Nov. 25 (2 folders)
Box 108 Parents' Magazine 1942, Nov.
Box 108 What I Learned about the Nazis(Look) 1942, Dec. 1
Box 108 Message to British people (London Evening Standard) 1942, Dec. 7
Box 108 Sons of Indiana 1942, Dec. 16
Box 108 American Hebrew Award 1942, Dec. 17
Box 108 W.W. calls on Mme. Chiang Kai-shek 1942, Dec. 29
Box 108 Unidentified speeches 1942
Box 108 Speech drafts & suggestions 1942
Box 108 Miscellaneous press releases and statements 1942
Box 108 Opera Victory Rally 1943, Jan. 2
Box 108 Duke University speech - correspondence and speech 1943, Jan. 14 (3 folders)
Box 108 We Must Work with Russia(New York Times Magazine) 1943, Jan. 17
Box 108 Jewish Hospital of Brooklyn - Lord Halifax luncheon 1943, Jan. 19
Box 108 Casablanca talk (W.O.R. radio) 1943, Jan. 26
Box 109 Indiana General Assembly 1943, Feb. 11
Box 109 Lincoln Day Dinner (Indianapolis) 1943, Feb. 11
Box 109 Friends for Tomorrow(This Week) 1943, Feb. 14
Box 109 W.W.'s positions and principles 1943. Feb. 23
Box 109 American Red Cross Campaign (Radio) 1943, Feb. 28
Box 109 Wendell Willkie Tells About Russian Aviation - interview (Skyways magazine) 1943, Feb.
Box 109 Rotary Club 1943, Mar. 4
Box 109 CBS - Transatlantic call 1943, Mar. 14
Box 109 Greek Independence Dinner 1943, Mar. 25
Box 109 American Red Cross (Kansas City) 1943, Mar.
Box 109 Siege of a Russian City(Coronet) 1943, Mar.
Box 109 Life on the Russian Frontier(Reader's Digest) 1943, Mar.
Box 109 Greater New York Fund(March of Time Film) 1943, Apr. 20
Box 109 Talk at Mt. Rushmore Memorial 1943, May 2
Box 109 After the war - what?9Look) 1943, May 18
Box 109 Detroit Presbyterian Assembly 1943, May 31
Box 109 Commencement address: Birmingham - South College (Alabama) 1943, June 5
Box 109 Schneiderman case 1943, June 21
Box 109 Of Men and Books (CBS radio) 1943, June 26
Box 109 America's Opportunity(The Woman) 1943, June.
Box 109 Museum of Modern Art exhibit 1943, July-Aug.
Box 109 One World - Radio Play (CBS Writer's War Board) 1943, July 4
Box 109 China anniversary radio program - CBS 1943, July 6
Box 109 We the People (CBS radio) 1943, July 11
Box 109 CBS - open letter on race hatred 1943, July 24
Box 109 CBS - open letter as preface for book 1943
Box 109 8th Indiana Congressional district (Rushville) statement 1943, Aug. 12
Box 109 Statement re: Josef Stalin (London Daily Mail) 1943, Sept. 15
Box 109 War Bond Drive (radio) 1943, Sept. 19
Box 109 Los Angeles area War Chest 1943, Sept. 30
Box 109 The Hope of the Future(The Forum) 1943, Sept.-Oct.
Box 109 War Bond Drive (Omaha, Nebraska) 1943, Oct. 4
Box 109 How the Republican Party Can Win in 1944(Look) 1943, Oct. 5 (2 folders)
Box 109 St. Louis - correspondence 1943, Oct. 15
Box 109 St. Louis - America's Purposes - Drafts and rewrites 1943, Oct. 15
Box 109 St. Louis - final manuscript and printed 1943, Oct. 15
Box 109 National War Fund Drive - Information Please radio program 1943, Oct. 19
Box 109 Syracuse speech for Joe Hanley 1943, Oct. 21
Box 109 Town hall - Navy Day 1943, Oct. 27
Box 109 For Senator Edge (Paterson, New Jersey) 1943, Oct. 29
Box 110 Better Management, Please(Reader's Digest) 1943, Nov.
Box 110 March of Time on the air [fragments] 1943, Nov. 4
Box 110 Boston United War Fund 1943, Nov. 8
Box 110 Telenews series of shorts 1943, Nov. 9
Box 110 Wisconsin reception for WLW 1943, Nov. 12
Box 110 New York Herald Tribune Forum 1943, Nov. 17
Box 110 Dallas, Texas 1943, Nov. 26
Box 110 A Tribute to Missions (Crusade for a New World Order) 1943, Dec. 4
Box 110 One World and Religion United Church Canvass Program (Radio) 1943, Dec. 11
Box 110 Re: One Man - WW (by Sparks) 1943, Dec.
Box 110 WLW press releases & statements. 1943
Box 110 Unidentified speeches etc. 1943
Box 110 Speech drafts and suggestions 1943
Box 110 Don't Stir Distrust of Russia(New York Times Magazine) 1944, Jan. 2
Box 110 Road to Victory (Metropolitan Opera Rally) 1944, Jan. 8
Box 110 4th War Bond Drive(Information Please) 1944, Jan. 30
Box 110 New York Times Meeting, correspondence and speech 1944, Feb. 2
Box 110 New York Times Meeting - Our fiscal policy - drafts and printed 1944, Feb. 2
Box 110 Tribute to Raymond Clapper (Radio) 1944, Feb. 3
Box 110 Coming Presidential Election (Twin Falls, Idaho) 1944, Feb. 8
Box 110 Lincoln Day Talk (Tacoma, Washington) 1944, Feb. 11 title: Talks:emph: We Need a New Leader
Box 110 California radio talk 1944, Feb. 13
Box 110 Miscellaneous speeches delivered on Northwest tour 1944, Feb.
Box 110 March of Time broadcast 1944, Mar. 2
Box 110 America Unafraid (Concord, New Hampshire) 1944, Mar. 9
Box 110 University club dinner - McKay-Kroeger dinner forum 1944, Mar. 15
Box 110 Richland Center, Wisconsin 1944, Mar. 18
Box 111 Ripon, Wisconsin 1944, Mar. 20 (2 folders)
Box 111 Wisconsin primary press correspondence - re: trip 1944
Box 111 Wisconsin primary - miscellaneous speeches, etc. 1944, Mar.-Apr.
Box 111 Preparing for the future(News Digest) 1944, Mar.
Box 111 Successful Farming 1944, Mar.
Box 111 Unidentified speech 1944, Mar.
Box 111 What is America's Foreign Policy? (Omaha, Nebraska) 1944, Apr. 5
Box 111 Omaha - drafts; withdrawal speech 1944, Apr. 5 (2 folders)
Box 111 Nebraska primary - re:trip 1944
Box 111 New Yorker interview with WLW 1944, Apr. 20
Box 111 Our Sovereignty(Foreign Affairs Quarterly) 1944, Apr.
Box 111 Rodell article & drafts of Willkie reply (Harpers) 1944, Apr.
Box 111 WW Replies - letter to editor & subsequent correspondence 1944, Apr.
Box 111 WLW response to Turner Catledge Article re: Wisconsin 1944, May 9
Box 111 Correspondence re: WW's articles for proposed Republican platform 1944, June.
Box 111 Platform articles no. 1 - Federal Power & States' Rights 1944, June 12
Box 111 Platform articles no. 2 - The Negro 1944, June 13
Box 111 Platform articles no. 3 - Social Security 1944, June 14
Box 111 Platform articles no. 4 - Economy of demobilization 1944, June 16
Box 111 Platform articles no. 5 - Labor 1944, June 16
Box 111 Platform articles no. 6 - Tariff & International Law 1944, June 17
Box 111 Platform articles no. 7 - Foreign Policy 1944, June 18
Box 111 Articles re: proposed Republican platform - Taxes (not published) 1944, June.
Box 111 Republican platform 1944, June 27
Box 111 WLW's proposed platform 1944, July 11
Box 111 John Temple Graves column re: W. Wilson 1944, Sept. 1
Box 111 Cowardice at Chicago correspondence (Collier's; drafts; proofs; copy of magazine) 1944, Sept. 16 (4 folders)
Box 111 Press releases, statements, etc. 1944
Box 111 unidentified speech re: Republican platform 1945
Box 159 WLW acceptance speech, etc.
Box 159 AMPAS (Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences). 1942
Box 159 Miscellaneous
Box 174-177 Set America Free. Published in The Christian Science Monitor. Mar. 2, 1940
VIII. Republican National Committee and Convention. 1940
Box 112 Forum - divisions
Box 112 Budget proposal
Box 112 Delegates' correspondence
Box 112 Election law
Box 112 Republican platform
Box 112 Press releases
IX. Political Issues (1941-1944)
Box 112 Inflation papers. 1941-1942
Box 112 Labor management correspondence. 1941-1943
Box 112 Labor management, miscellaneous
Box 112 Labor management, printed material. 1942-1943
Box 112 Labor management, writings by others. 1942 undated
Box 112 National War Service Act, printed material. 1941-1942
Box 112 Neutrality Act, correspondence. 1941, May-Aug.
Box 112 Neutrality Act, correspondence re: repeal. 1941, Oct. 7-20
Box 112 eutrality Act, correspondence. A-M 1941, Oct. 21
Box 112 Neutrality Act, correspondence. N-Z 1941, Oct. 21
Box 112 Neutrality Act, correspondence from Willkie. 1941, Oct. 21
Box 112 Neutrality Act, correspondence. 1941, Oct. 22
Box 112 Neutrality Act, correspondence. 1941, Oct. 23
Box 112 Neutrality Act, correspondence. 1941, Oct. 24
Box 112 Neutrality Act, correspondence. 1941, Oct. 27-31
Box 112 Neutrality Act, correspondence. 1941, Nov. undated
Box 112 Neutrality Act, newspaper clippings. 1941, Oct.
Box 112 Neutrality Act, names and addresses of Willkie's mailings. Flyer.
Box 112 Neutrality Act, statements and lists of signers; writings by Willkie.
Box 112 Issues: Poll Tax. 1941-1942
Box 112 Issues: Race.
Box 112 Correspondence and papers. 1943 undated
Box 112 Correspondence and papers. 1943 undated
Box 112 Taxation, printed material. 1943-1944
Box 112 Republican Party Issues: Anti-New Deal, etc. Printed material. 1941-1944
Box 112 Republican Party Issues: Anti-New Deal, etc. Addresses, correspondence, papers. 1940-1944 undated
Box 113 National Republic Club and election post-1940
Box 113 Correspondence with members of Chicago National Committee. 1942
Box 113 Chicago National Committee meeting - resolutions, statements, releases. Apr. 1942
Box 113 Committee lists, prepared by L.A. Jones.
Box 113 Correspondence - congratulations from non-committee members. 1942
Box 113 Press releases
Box 113 Miscellaneous (4 folders)
Box 113 Various manuscripts, unknown authors
Box 113 List of recorded broadcasts
Box 113 Correspondence - recollections of Wendell Willkie (following Willkie's death)
Box 113 Unidentified
X. Trip Files.
Box 114 Trip to England Nov. 19, 1940-Jan. 19, 1941
Box 114 Trip to England. Jan. 20-25, 1941
Box 114 Trip to England. Jan. 26-31, 1941
Box 114 Trip to England. Feb. 1-5, 1941
Box 114 Trip to England. Feb. 6-Jun. 4, 1942 undated
Box 114 Trip to China and United China Relief. 1940-Apr. 1941
Box 114 Trip to China and United China Relief. May-Oct. 1941
Box 114 Trip to China and United China Relief. Nov.-Dec. 1941
Box 114 Trip to China and United China Relief. Jan.-Apr. 1942
Box 114 Trip to China and United China Relief. May-Aug. 1942
Box 114 Trip to China and United China Relief. Sept.-Oct. 1942
Box 114 Trip to China and United China Relief. Nov. 1942-Mar. 1944
Box 114 Trip to Russia and Mideast. Jun. 21, 1941-Jan. 26, 1943
Box 114 Trip to Australia. Dec. 1942
Box 160 Proposed itinerary [1934?]
Box 160 Special train itinerary
Box 160 itineraries 1940
XI. Subject Files.
Box 160 Lend-Lease Act. Clippings. Jan.-Feb. 1941
Box 160 Lend-Lease Act. Clippings. Feb. 1941
Box 160 Lend-Lease Act. Printed. 1941-1943 (2 folders)
Box 160 Lend-Lease Act. Miscellaneous. 1941-1943
Box 154 Awards
Box 154 Candidacy
Box 154 Churches (Religious Groups)
Box 154 Citations
Box 154 Dedications
Box 154 Degrees
Box 154 Freedom House
Box 154 Gifts
Box 154 Jews and Judaism (2 folders)
Box 154 Memorial plaques
Box 154 Memorials
Box 154 Miscellaneous
Box 154 Music
Box 154 Negroes and Discrimination
Box 154 Newspapers
Box 154 One World
Box 154 Organizations (Clubs, etc.)
Box 154 Poetry (tributes to WLW)
Box 154 Pravda (attack on Willkie)
Box 154 Red Cross, USO, Salvation Army
Box 154 Republican Organization
Box 154 Resolutions
Box 154 Russia
Box 154 Schools
Box 154 Shipping
Box 154 Speeches and Articles
Box 154 Statutes
Box 154 Unions
Box 154 General, A-L
Box 154 General, M-Z
Box 159 Smears (against WLW)
Box 159 Labor
Box 159 Women's Clubs
XII. One World.
Box 115 Correspondence. 1933
Box 115 Correspondence. 1941-Apr. 1942 (2 folders)
Box 115 Correspondence. Jan.-Apr. 1943
Box 115 Correspondence. May-Jun. 1943
Box 115 Correspondence. Jul.-Aug. 1943
Scope and Contents
(includes letters and telegrams from Darryl Zanuck)
Box 115 Correspondence, excerpts. Jul.-Aug. 1943
Box 115 Correspondence, excerpts. Jul.-Aug. 1943 (copies)
Box 115 Correspondence. Sept.-Dec. 1943
Box 115 Correspondence. Jan.-Apr. 1944
Box 115 Correspondence. May-Dec. 1944 undated
Box 115 Christmas Greetings from Willkie. Dec. 1941 (2 folders)
Box 115 Christmas telegrams, A-Z. 1942
Box 115 Thank You's from Willkie. Feb. 18-Mar. 7, 1942
Box 115 Writings by Willkie. Printed. (3 folders)
Box 115 Writings by Willkie. Drafts.
Box 115 Writings by Willkie: Nine Months Later.
Box 115 Writings by Willkie. Le Monde Est Un.
Box 115 Writings by Others. Le Monde Est Un.
Box 115 Writings by Others. Herriot, Edouard.
Box 115 Writings by Others. Reviews of One World A-Z. (2 folders)
Box 115 Commercial Use of One World. Printed.
Box 115 Promotional Material.
Box 115 Writings-Radio Adaptation.
Box 115 Reviews, radio: Brock, Para Lee.
Box 115 Maps (religious) - by A. S. Paderson
Box 115 Wendell Willkie's passport.
Box 115 Miscellaneous.
XIII. Clippings.
Box 116 Roosevelt, F.D., Misc. 1930-1938
Box 116 WLW, General. Jan.-Nov. 1934
Box 116 WLW, Conference with FDR. Dec. 1934 (2 folders)
Box 116 Mostly re: Holding Co. Regulation. Jan. 1-Mar. 13, 1935
Box 116 WLW testimony re: Wheeler-Rayburn Bill. Mar. 14-15 (2 folders)
Box 116 WLW testimony re: Wheeler-Rayburn Bill. Exchange with Rayburn. Mar. 16, 1935
Box 116 Mostly re: WLW testimony re: Wheeler-Rayburn Bill. Mar. 17-31, 1935
Box 116 Apr., 1935
Box 116 U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Apr., 1935
Box 116 May 1-23, 1935
Box 116 U.S. Chamber of Commerce. May 1-2, 1935 (2 folders)
Box 116 May 24-30, 1935
Box 116 Jun.-Aug. 1935
Box 117 Sept.-Nov. 1935
Box 117 Dec. 1-15, 1935
Box 117 Dec. 16-31, 1935
Box 117 Jan. 1936
Box 117 Feb. 1936
Box 117 Mar.-Dec. 1936
Box 117 Jan.-Oct. 1937
Box 117 Mostly re: TVA. Nov. 1-25, 1937
Box 117 Nov. 26-30, 1937
Box 117 TVA. Dec. 1-4, 1937
Box 117 Dec. 5-31, 1937
Box 117 WLW/Jackson Debate. Town Hall Dec. 8, 1937-Feb. 1, 1938 undated
Box 117 Mostly re: TVA. Jan.-Feb. 1938
Box 117 Mar.-Dec. 1938
Box 117 Herald Tribune Forum. Nov. 1, 1938-Jan. 12, 1939
Box 117 Re: Man Who Talked BackedSaturday Evening Post. Feb. 21-24, 1939
Box 117 Mostly re: TVA. Jan.-Mar. 1939
Box 118 Apr.-Jun. 1939
Box 118 Re: Idle Money-Idle Men.Saturday Evening Post. Jun. 14-18, 1939
Box 118 Jul.-Oct. 1939
Box 118 Nov. 1939
Box 118 WLW/Dies Committee. Nov. 3-Dec. 26, 1939
Box 118 WLW/Holland Society. Nov. 20-Dec. 14, 1939
Box 118 McNutt's Classmate. Nov. 24, 1939
Box 118 WLW/National Association of Manufacturers. Nov. 28, 1939-Jan. 12, 1940
Box 118 Dec. 1939
Box 118 Toledo Civic Forum. Dec. 1, 1939-Apr. 6, 1940
Box 118 Saturday Evening Post and New Republic articles. Dec. 26, 1939-Apr. 18, 1940
Box 118 Misc. Jan. 1940
Box 118 Faith That Is America.North American Review/Reader's Digest. Jan. 12-31, 1940
Box 118 Integration of Public Utilities. Jan. 8-Apr. 20, 1940
Box 118 Wooster College Speech. Jan. 20-Mar. 15, 1940
Box 118 Misc. Feb. 1940
Box 118 The Faith That Is America. Feb. 1-28, 1940 Mar. 1-31, 1940 (2 folders)
Box 118 Misc. Mar. 21-31, 1940
Box 118 Town Hall. Mar. 27-Apr. 10, 1940
Box 118 Misc. Apr. 1-30, 1940 (2 folders)
Box 118 WLW/Jackson Speeches, Boston. Apr. 5-16, 1940
Box 118 Georgia Power Co. investigation. Apr. 5-22, 1940
Box 118 Information Please. Apr. 6-22, 1940
Box 119 Syndicated editorials. Apr. 30-May 13, 1940
Box 119 May 1-2, 1940
Box 119 May 3-4, 1940
Box 119 May 5-7, 1940
Box 119 May 8, 1940
Box 119 May 9, 1940
Box 119 May 10, 1940
Box 119 May 11, 1940
Box 119 May 12, 1940
Box 119 May 13, 1940
Box 119 May 14, 1940
Box 119 May 15-18, 1940
Box 119 May 19-21, 1940
Box 119 May 22-24, 1940
Box 119 May 25-27, 1940
Box 119 May 28-31, 1940
Box 119 Jun. 1-6, 1940
Box 119 Jun. 7, 1940
Box 119 Jun. 8, 1940
Box 119 Jun. 9-10, 1940
Box 119 Jun. 11-12, 1940
Box 119 Jun. 13, 1940
Box 119 Jun. 14-15, 1940
Box 119 Jun. 16-17, 1940
Box 119 Jun. 18, 1940
Box 119 Jun. 19, 1940
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Box 119 Jun. 25, 1940
Box 119 Jun. 26, 1940
Box 119 Jun. 27, 1940
Box 119 Jun. 28, 1940
Box 119 Jun. 29, 1940
Box 119 Jun. 30, 1940
Box 120 Democratic Convention. Jun. 20-Aug. 3, 1940 (5 folders)
Box 120 Willkie Campaign. Jul. 1-Aug. 31, 1940 (46 folders)
Box 121 Willkie Campaign. Sept. 19-30, 1940 (12 folders)
Box 121 Reprint in The American Magazine. Oct. 1940
Box 121 Roosevelt Campaign. Oct. 1-29, 1940
Box 121 Willkie Campaign. Oct. 1-31, 1940 (22 folders)
Box 122 Nov. 1-Nov. 7, 1940 (7 folders)
Box 122 1940 Campaign: Alabama
Box 122 1940 Campaign: Arkansas
Box 122 1940 Campaign: California
Box 122 1940 Campaign: California
Box 122 1940 Campaign: Delaware
Box 122 1940 Campaign: Florida
Box 122 1940 Campaign: Georgia
Box 122 1940 Campaign: Illinois
Box 122 1940 Campaign: Indiana
Box 122 1940 Campaign: Kansas
Box 122 1940 Campaign: Maine
Box 122 1940 Campaign: Massachusetts
Box 122 1940 Campaign: Michigan
Box 122 1940 Campaign: Minnesota
Box 122 1940 Campaign: Missouri
Box 122 1940 Campaign: Nebraska
Box 122 1940 Campaign: New Jersey
Box 122 1940 Campaign: New York (Long Island)
Box 122 1940 Campaign: Pennsylvania
Box 122 1940 Campaign: Rhode Island
Box 122 1940 Campaign: South Carolina
Box 122 1940 Campaign: South Dakota
Box 122 1940 Campaign: Tennessee
Box 122 1940 Campaign: Texas
Box 122 1940 Campaign: Virginia (2 folders)
Box 122 1940 Campaign: Washington, D.C.
Box 122 1940 Campaign: Magazines
Box 122 Nov. 8-Dec. 1940 undated (3 folders)
Box 122 1940 Political Cartoons
Box 122 Jan.-Dec. 1941 (10 folders)
Box 123 Mar.-Apr. 1942-Apr. 11-17, 1943 (22 folders)
Box 124 Apr. 18-24-Aug. 21-31, 1943
Box 125 Sept. 6-9-Nov. 25-26, 1943 (34 folders)
Box 126 One Man-Wendell Willkie. Nov. 26-Dec. 13, 1943
Box 126 Nov. 27-28, 1943-Jan. 30-31, 1944 (38 folders)
Box 127 Feb. 1-Mar. 10-11, 1944
Box 127 Nebraska Primary. Mar. 11-Apr. 1945
Box 127 Mar. 13-15-Apr. 9-10, 1944 (21 folders)
Box 128 Apr. 11-12-Jun. 3, 1944 (41 folders)
Box 129 Jun. 4-Jul. 17, 1944 (35 folders)
Box 130 Jul. 18-Aug. 27, 1944 (38 folders)
Box 131 Aug. 28-Oct. 1944 (35 folders)
Box 132 Oct. 9-Dec. 1944 (20 folders)
Box 133 1944-1973
Box 133 1945-1978 1935-1945 (12 folders)
Box 157 1940 Election: Indiana
Box 157 Henry Paynter's AP Biography
Box 157 Negro articles
Box 157 1940
Box 157 Miscellaneous
Box 159 1940
Box 160 Amarillo Times. Sept. 17, 1940
Box 160 1st article in 1944 series
Box 160 2nd article: The Negro. 1944
Box 160 3rd article in 1944 series
Box 160 4th article in 1944 series
Box 160 4th and 5th articles in 1944 series
Box 160 5th article in 1944 series
Box 160 6th article in 1944 series
Box 160 7th article in 1944 series
Box 160 Collier's article: Citizens of Negro Blood by Wendell L. Willkie. Oct. 7, 1944
Box 172 (Oversize) Republican National Convention (Philadelphia Inquirer) 1940
Box 174-177 WWII Smash Hitler ads
Box 174-177 Misc. clippings
XIV. Printed.
Box 134 Mrs. Willkie
Box 134 The Legion Post. 1921
Box 134 The Daily Student. 1921
Box 134 An Adieu Dinner. 1929
Box 134 About WLW. 1934-1937
Box 134 1939
Box 134 1940
Box 134 Jun. 1940
Box 134 Jul. 1940
Box 134 Aug. 1940
Box 134 Sept. 1940
Box 134 Oct. 1940
Box 134 Nov. 1940
Box 134 Dec. 1940
Box 134 1942
Box 134 1943
Box 134 1944
Box 134 Helen Fuller articleWorld Scene in Washington. May 1944
Box 134 May 1944
Box 134 Beichman's articleWillkie's Choice. Jul. 15, 1944
Box 134 I-J-K
Box 134 Review of An American ProgramSaturday Review of Literature. Oct. 28, 1944
Box 134 Memorial Services for WLW (includes photos of WLW). 1944
Box 134 1945
Box 134 1946
Box 134 Yearbook dedicated to WLW. 1946
Box 134 1949
Box 134 Dedications and Remembrances. 1952-1954
Box 134 Murray Friedman Book
Box 134 We Want Willkie: A Pictorial Guide to the Campaign Memorabilia of Wendell L. Willkie. 1972
Box 134 Songs
Box 134 Origins
Box 134 Miscellaneous
Box 152 Twohey - Analysis of Newspaper Opinion. Jan. 1 - Nov. 11, 1944 (2 folders)
Box 152 TVA. 1931-1942 undated (7 folders)
Box 152 Eisenhower inauguation
Box 152 ABMC
Box 152 Program: American Design Awards Luncheon
Box 152 Miscellaneous (2 folders)
XV. Scrapbooks.
Box 135 Book 5: Newspaper clippings 1940, Sept.-Oct.
Box 135 Book 7: Compiled by William Dodd Cheney 1940, Oct. 19
Box 135 Book 8: Clippings 1940
Box 135 Book 9: Magazine and newspaper clippings 1940, pre-Oct. 1
Box 135 Book 11: Clippings and pictures from New York newspapers 1940, Sept.-Oct.
Box 135 Book 13: Newspaper photos, political cartoons from New York Herald Tribune 1940, July-Aug.
Box 135 Book 14: Clippings from Iowa newspapers and Chicago Tribune 1940
Box 135 Book 15: Clippings from Iowa newspapers 1940
Box 135 Book 16: Campaign publicity (Win with Willkie pennant, campaign buttons) 1940
Box 135 Book 17: Newspaper and magazine clippings from Boston [?] 1940
Box 135 Book 18: Newspaper clippings, campaign publicity 1940
Box 136 Book 19: Clippings from Boston newspapers 1939, July-1940, Oct.
Box 136 Book 20: Articles from Boston newspapers 1940, Aug.-1941, Jan.
Box 136 Book 21: Clippings from Indiana newspapers 1940
Box 136 Book 22: Clippings from Minnesota newspapers; campaign publicity; letters from Willkie 1940, Oct.-Nov
Box 136 Book 23: 1944, Feb. 2-1945, Oct.
Box 136 Book 26: Little articles about Indiana University and Willkie's college career 1940
Box 136 Book 27: Campaign stories; war articles; newspaper and magazine articles 1940, Aug.-Sept.
Box 137 Book 28: Clippings from Ohio newspapers 1940-1942
Box 137 Book 29: Clippings from Kansas Star, New York Times 1940, to Nov. 6
Box 137 Book 30: Clippings from Akron, Ohio newspapers 1940, June 28-Dec.
Box 137 Book 31: Clippings from Georgia newspapers 1940, June 22-Nov. 11
Box 137 Book 32: Clippings from Indiana newspapers 1940, July-1941, June.
Box 137 Book 33: Clipping from Indiana, Ohio, and Chicago newspapers pasted into a Life magazine. 1941
Box 138 Book 34: Clippings from New York Times compiled by John Umpleby 1940, June 28-July 20
Box 138 Book 35: Clippings from New York Times compiled by John Umpleby 1940, Aug. 11-Aug. 29
Box 138 Book 36: Clippings from New York Times compiled by John Umpleby 1940, Sept. 3-Sept. 25
Box 138 Book 37: Clippings from New York Times compiled by John Umpleby 1940, Sept. 30-Oct. 11
Box 138 Book 38: Mostly New York Times clippings; one signed letter from Arthur Krock to John Umpleby 1940, Oct. 12-Oct.21
Box 138 Book 39: Newspaper and magazine clippings compiled by John Umpleby 1940
Box 138 Book 40: Personal clippings about Wisconsin primary from many papers 1944. Mar. 28-Apr. 5
Box 139 Book 41: Convention Information. Compiled by Charles H. Schoen. Pt. I 1940. June 6-June 26
Box 139 Book 42: Clippings from St. Louis newspapers. Compiled by Charles H. Schoen. Pt. II 1940. June 26-June 30
Box 139 Book 43: Clippings from St. Louis newspapers. Compiled by Charles H. Schoen. Pt. III 1940. Sept. 1-Sept. 30
Box 139 Book 44: Clippings from St. Louis newspapers. Compiled by Charles H. Schoen. Pt. VI [IV] 1940, Oct. 1-Nov. 7
Box 139 Book 45: Clippings from Philadelphia newspapers 1940, May-Oct.
Box 139 Book 46: Clippings and photos from magazines and newspapers 1940
Box 139 Book 47: Clippings from Albany, New York newspapers 1940, Oct.
Box 140 Book 48: 1940, Nov.-1941, Mar.
Box 140 Book 49: Clippings from New York newspapers 1940
Box 140 Book 50: Clippings from New York Times and Boston newspapers 1940, Sept.-1942, Feb.
Box 140 Book 51: Willkie international trips; clippings from Christian Science Monitor, NY Times, Boston Globe 1942, Feb.-1943, Jan. 17
Box 140 Book 54: Personal clippings from many newspapers about Wisconsin primary 1944, Mar. 16-Mar. 28
Box 140 Book 55: Clippings from many papers 1944, Mar.-1944, June.
Box 141 Book 60: Clippins 1940
Box 141 Book 61: Photos taken at Camp Sibert 1943, June 6
Box 141 Book 62: Photos from newspapers and magazines 1943-1944
Box 141 Book 63: Clippings 1943, Feb.-Oct.
Box 141 Book 64: Clippings from Christian Science Monitor and Washington, D.C. newspapers 1943, Dec.-1944, Apr.
Box 141 Book 65: Clippings after Willkie's death [book mostly blank] 1941
Box 141 Book 66: Statements of "famous" political people (one for Willkie, one for Roosevelt); editorials from New York Journal and The American 1940, July-Aug.
Box 141 Book 67: Clippings about Willkie in Lincoln, Nebraska 1940, June.
Box 141 Book 68: Clippings about European tour 1942, Sept. 14-Oct. 14
Box 141 Book 69: Editorials, etc. from Charleston News & Courier. Collected by H.M. Pace 1940
Box 141 Book 70: Mostly political cartoons from newspapers 1940
Box (note: listed first by scrapbooks on regular shelves, followed by scrapbooks in oversize) Souvenir of the 1940 Campaign
Box (note: listed first by scrapbooks on regular shelves, followed by scrapbooks in oversize) Flight 262: Wendell L. Willkie
Box (note: listed first by scrapbooks on regular shelves, followed by scrapbooks in oversize) Book 4: Newspaper and magazine clippings; copies of Willkie speeches and pamphlets 1934-1940
Box (note: listed first by scrapbooks on regular shelves, followed by scrapbooks in oversize) Book 6: Photos and articles from newspapers and magazines 1940
Box (note: listed first by scrapbooks on regular shelves, followed by scrapbooks in oversize) Book 10: Letter from Willkie on celebration of the Jewish New Year; clippings from Philadelphia and Rhode Island newspapers 1940, May 29-Oct.
Box (note: listed first by scrapbooks on regular shelves, followed by scrapbooks in oversize) Book 12: Clippings from Philadelphia newspapers 1940, April-1941, April.
Box (note: listed first by scrapbooks on regular shelves, followed by scrapbooks in oversize) Book 24: Articles from magazines and Washington, D.C. newspapers 1940, June-Sept.
Box (note: listed first by scrapbooks on regular shelves, followed by scrapbooks in oversize) Book 25: 1940, Sept.-Nov. 1940, Sept.-Nov.
Box (note: listed first by scrapbooks on regular shelves, followed by scrapbooks in oversize) Book 52: Clippins 1943, Nov.-1944, Mar. 21
Box (note: listed first by scrapbooks on regular shelves, followed by scrapbooks in oversize) Book 53: Clippings from Milwaukee and Chicago newspapers 1944, Mar. 21-Apr.
Box (note: listed first by scrapbooks on regular shelves, followed by scrapbooks in oversize) American Monuments Commission Dedication Ceremonies 1956
Box (note: listed first by scrapbooks on regular shelves, followed by scrapbooks in oversize) American Monuments Commission Dedication Ceremonies 1960 (2 albums)
Box (note: listed first by scrapbooks on regular shelves, followed by scrapbooks in oversize) Mrs. Wendell L. Willkie: The American Battle Monuments Commission (Oversize)
Box (note: listed first by scrapbooks on regular shelves, followed by scrapbooks in oversize) Book 1 (Oversize): Clippings from L.A. and San Diego newspapers 1940, June 25-Sept. 1
Box (note: listed first by scrapbooks on regular shelves, followed by scrapbooks in oversize) Book 2 (Oversize): Clippings from L.A. and San Diego newspapers 1940, Sept. 2-Oct. 18
Box (note: listed first by scrapbooks on regular shelves, followed by scrapbooks in oversize) Book 3 (Oversize): News items and political cartoons from L.A. and San Diego newspapers 1940, Oct. 19-Dec. 6 1941, Jan.-May 8
Box (note: listed first by scrapbooks on regular shelves, followed by scrapbooks in oversize) Book 56 (Ovesize): Photostat clippings. Compiled by Legislative Reference Service, Library of Congress 1940
Box (note: listed first by scrapbooks on regular shelves, followed by scrapbooks in oversize) Book 57 (Oversize): Clippings from New York newspapers; major magazine article; campaign literature 1940, Mar.-Oct.
Box (note: listed first by scrapbooks on regular shelves, followed by scrapbooks in oversize) Book 58: (Oversize): New York Times (with ads); magazine articles 1940, Oct.-Nov.
Box (note: listed first by scrapbooks on regular shelves, followed by scrapbooks in oversize) Book 59 (Oversize): Wooden scrapbook with clippings, photos, and campaign buttons compiled by 8th grade English class at Byron C. Stolp School 1940
XVI. Realia.
Box 142 Campaign buttons (6 folders)
Box 143 Campaign buttons (5 folders)
Box 143 Campaign realia (4 folders)
Box 144 Edith Willkie - doll and bracelet
Box 145 Large mallet
Box 146 Scroll: Welcome to Canada (Toronto)
Box 146 Honorary Degree: Doctor of Civil Law, Union College
Box 146 The Churchman Award (engraved). Nov. 18, 1941
Box 146 Signature book: To Wendell L. Willkie from employees and associates of The Commonwealth & Southern Corporation. Jul. 1, 1940
Box 147 Hat
Box 147 Neckties
Box 147 Assorted cloth items
Box 148 Buttons pinned to folded oversized cloth
Box 148 Assorted campaign realia
Box 160 Boston University Honorary Degree. 1933
Box 160 Edith Wilk. Kappa Alpha Theta card. 1908
Box 160 Personal memorabilia
Box 160 Elect Willkie matchbox
Box 174-177 Posters
Box 180 Awards and Honorary Degrees
Box 197 Edith Willkie's charm bracelet
Box 198 Campaign stickers
Box 198 Baners
Box 198 Metal signs
Box 198 Billfold
Box 198 Oberlin College Doctor of Law degree
Box No Box Busts of Wendell Willkie (4)
Box No Box Bust of Chiang Kai-Shek
Box No Box Cardboard picture of Willkie (head-shot) on stand
Box No Box Canvas with political buttons
Box No Box The Arubutus Yearbook 1913 (2 copies)
Box No Box The Memoir Yearbook 1915
Box No Box Lifesize cutout of Wendell L. Willkie
XVII. Miscellaneous.
Box 149 State Republican Committee Lists: A-Z
Box 150 State Republican Committee Lists (miscellaneous copies of materials in box 149)
Box 150 Political files by state
Box 150 Campaign contributors
Box 150 Platform articles
Box 150 Members of National Committee, etc.
Box 150 Mailing list - newspapers
Box 150 Extra lists not included in Addressograph
Box 150 Political Bible, Volume I: Alabama Thru Montana (bound)
Box 150 Political Bible, Volume II: Nebraska Thru Wyoming; foreign (bound)
Box 153 CBS transcript. 1943
Box 153 TVA (2 folders)
Box 153 Reaction to 1944 series of articles
Box 153 Postwar plans
Box 153 Literature on postwar planning (2 folders)
Box 153 WLW and 325th Field Artillery (WWI). Removed from Minute Book. 1940s
Box 153 Stories from British trip
Box 153 Notes and transcripts
Box 153 The Styx is Swollen manuscript
Box 153 Convention of 1940 manuscript
Box 153 Wendell Willkie and the Republican Party Today manuscript
Box 153 Biographies and Memorial
Box 153 Talk by W.C. Eeles on junior colleges
Box 153 Campaign songs
Box 153 Reunion 1942 (2 folders)
Box 153 Article on Dewey&s candidacy
Box 153 Assorted One World documents
Box 153 Negro articles
Box 153 Data on Negro articles
Box 153 Rushville, IN, supplementary directory
Box 153 Miscellaneous items (3 folders)
Box 156 Book donors list
Box 156 Names listed by state: California-Iowa
Box 156 Names listed by state: Mass-Montana
Box 156 Names listed by state: Nebraska-Oregon
Box 156 Names listed by state: Utah-Wyoming
Box 156 Misc. lists
Box 156 Misc. research
Box 156 TVA: Democracy on the March
Box 156 TVA testimony of David E. Lilienthal
Box 156 Isolationism, foreign policies, etc.
Box 156 Memorandum re: Hearst Consolidated Publications, Inc.
Box 156 Murray Friedman Book (3 folders)
Box 156 Misc. items
Box 156 Pamphlets (2 folders)
Box 156 Alabama Power Co. Apr. 8, 1933
Box 157 WLW's Radio Voice
Box 157 This is Wendell Willkie
Box 157 Biographical writings on WLW (2 folders)
Box 157 Biographical outlines
Box 157 Biographical sketches
Box 157 Biography-printed: After Dinner
Box 157 WLW background
Box 157 Biography, Mrs. Edith Willkie
Box 157 List of political cards
Box 157 Lambert: Willkie in Near East and Russia. 1942
Box 157 Lambert: Willkie in China. 1942
Box 157 The Schneiderman Case
Box 157 Notes (3 folders)
Box 157 Misc. items (2 folders)
Box 157 Pullman menu autographed by Willkie. 1942
Box 157 Index: materials on Willkie's death
Box 158 Grace A. Grahn. Personal directory.
Box 158 List of contacts
Box 158 Key of Administration and Personnel (2 folders)
Box 158 Rushville National Bank deposit slips
Box 158 Willkie Memorial book, with names
Box 158 Alabama Power Company: accounts, stats
Box 158 Lists of speeches, articles, etc.
Box 158 Pamphlets
Box 158 Willkie exhibit catalog, Lilly Library. 1980
Box 158 Willkie vs. Roosevelt.Indiana Daily Student retrospective. Feb. 14, 1992
Box 158 The Century Association yearbook 1941
Box 158 The Century Association yearbook 1944
Box 158 Miscellaneous items (2 folders)
Box 158 Bound lists, divided by state (2)
Box 159 The Willkie Crusade. 1940
Box 159 Misc. items
Box 159 Proofs of Young Willki by Alden Hatch. Mar. 1944
Box 160 Funeral Service for Wendell L. Willkie. Oct. 17, 1944
Box 160 First National Bank: illuminated tribute to WLW. Oct. 10, 1944
Box 160 WLW Memorialization
Box 160 Original Seven Articles for 1944 Series
Box 160 Article #1 1944
Box 160 Copy of Willkie Platform 1944
Box 160 Tax Platform 1944
Box 160 Collier's article
Box 160 U.S. News on WLW's nomination. Jul 5, 1940
Box 160 U.S. News Parts 1 and 2: Campaign 1944
Box 160 Programs
Box 160 Diary notes 1942
Box 160 Index - letters, contributions, following Wendell L. Willkie's death (2 folders)
XVIII. Index Cards.
Box 162 Supporters (No. 1-4)
Box 163 Supporters (No. 5)
Box 163 Loyal Supporters Post-Election (No. 6-8)
Box 164 Loyal Supporters Post-Election (No. 9-10)
Box 164 Letters on WW's Withdrawal (No. 11-12)
Box 165 Letters on WW's Withdrawal (No. 13-14)
Box 165 Book Lists (No. 14-16)
Box 166 Book Lists (No. 17-20)
Box 167 Book Lists (No. 21-24)
Box 168 Book Lists (No. 25)
Box 168 1940 Contributors (No. 25-26)
Box 168 N.A.M. Cards (No. 27-28)
Box 168 1940 Contributors Campaign (No. 28)
Box 168 1940 District Workers (No. 28)
Box 169 " Distric Workers" 1940
XIX. Audio-Visual.
Box 170 Film reel: America Hails Willkie Republican National Party. 1940
Box 170 Film reel: Willkie's Tour of London (wartime)
Box 170 Film reel: Questions & Answers with Wendell Willkie Republican National Party
Box 170 Film reel: America Hails Willkie. 1940
Box 170 Film reel: The Greatest Drama #17 (Wendell Willkie)
Box 170 Film reel: Home movie footage of the Willkies
Box 170 Film reel: We the People produced by the Republican National Committee
Box 170 Film reels: untitled (2)
Box 170 Negatives: untitled
Box 170 7" reel-to-reel tape: undated Wendell Willkie speech
Box 171 Audiocassette: Wendell Willkie 10/6/42 7/24/43 9/16/40 11/6/40
Box 171 Audiocassette: Wendell Willkie 4 November 1940 5/15/40 6/28/40
Box 171 Audiocassette: Wendell Willkie Elwood, IN 8/17/40 (Tape #1)
Box 171 Audiocassette: Wendell Willkie Part 3; Memorial 8/17/40 6/14/40 12/21/44 (Tape #2)
Box 171 Audiocassette: Wendell Willkie 11/11/40 11/29/40 2/12/41 10/23/40
Box 171 Audiocassette: Raymond Baldwin Interview re: Wendell Willkie (J, Kaye 5/77)
Box 171 Reproducing Needless for Speak-O-Phone Personal Phonograph Records (6)
Box No Box Film reel: The Truth about Taxes, Willkie-McNary, We the People, produced by the Republican National Committee
Box No Box Film reels: untitled (2)
Box No Box 6 in. LP record (1)
Box No Box 8 in. LP record (1)
Box No Box 10 in. LP records (3)
Box No Box 12 in. LP records (162)
Box No Box 16 in. LP record (99)
XX. Artwork.
Box 178 (Oversize) Political cartoons
Box 179 Miscellaneous drawings
XXI. Additions.
Box 181 (Oversize) Artwork
Box 181 (Oversize) Sketches of Wendell Willkie
Photographs
Box 182 Portraits of Wendell Willkie and Edith Willkie
Box 183 Chiang Kai-shek
Box 183 Philip Willkie
Box 183 Willkie Family
Box 183 Wendell Willkie
Box 183 School photos
Box 183 Campaign photos
Realia
Box 184 Certificates
Box 184 Maps
Box 184 Political cartoons
Box 184 Political broadsides
Box 185 Nazi dagger
Box 185 Mallets
Box 185 Axe
Box 185 Rubber stamps
Box 185 Willkie pencil
Box 186 Presidential spoons
Box 187 Motorcade ornament (New York World's Fair Director 1964-1965)
Box 188 Chinese Scroll
Box 189 World War I gas mask and carrying case
Box 190 World War I respirator in original box
Box 191 Graduation robes
Box 192 Buttons and ribbons
Box 193 Coins
Box 193 Miscellaneous realia
Box 194 Buttons pinned to map of Indiana (reversed)
Clippings
Box 195 Clippings from campaign trail scrapbook
Box 196 Assorted magazines