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Guide to the William Benton Papers 1839-1973

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Title:

Benton, William. Papers

Dates:

1839-1973

Size:

613 boxes (306.5 linear feet)

Repository:

Special Collections Research Center
University of Chicago Library
1100 East 57th Street
Chicago, Illinois 60637 U.S.A.

Abstract:

William Benton (1900-1973) Advertising executive, publisher, university administrator, U.S. senator and diplomat. Contains personal and professional correspondence, reports, legal documents, account books, diaries, manuscripts, speeches, research notes, transcripts of radio and television broadcasts, scrapbooks, newspaper clippings, photographs, awards, and mementos. Papers highlight Benton's business and investment successes as well as his contributions to education and public affairs. Includes material relating to Encyclopaedia Britannica (1941-1973); Encyclopaedia Britannica Films (1939-1973); America First Committee; the Committee for Economic Development (1942-1973); Muzak (1941-1973); Benton & Bowles (1925-1973); the U.S. State Department (1941-1973); UNESCO (1946-1973); the McCarthy era; the establishment of Voice of America; the University of Chicago Board of Trustees; the Benton Foundation (1958-1973) commitments to Brandeis University, the University of Bridgeport, the University of Connecticut, the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, the Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies, and the American Shakespeare Festival; and Connecticut and national politics (1948-1973).

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Biographical Note

A dynamic man of broad interests and innovative flair, William Burnett Benton achieved distinction in many fields during his seventy-three years. He was blessed with a nearly unerring talent for the marketplace, but he is remembered especially for broad-ranging contributions in education and public affairs.

Born in Minneapolis on April 1, 1900, Benton was the first child of Charles William Benton, a Congregationalist clergyman and University of Minnesota professor, and Elma Hixson Benton, a country school superintendent. Benton and his younger brother, Daniel Hixson, grew up in a close-knit family which prized its activist heritage; their paternal grandparents had been missionaries in Lebanon from the 1840s through the 1870s, and the Hixsons were prominent in Democratic reform politics in Minnesota. Particularly through the forceful example of his mother, Benton early was imbued with humanitarian and public service ideals which his later life exemplified.

When Benton was thirteen his father died, and the family's situation changed radically. Young William entered Shattuck Academy in Faribault, Minnesota, on a partial scholarship, spending most vacations helping his mother in an ill-fated Montana homesteading venture undertaken with her father and brother. Though Benton disliked the isolated summers and the military regimen of the academic year, he was buoyed by the prospect of following a long line of Yale-educated Bentons who had been ministers, teachers, and professionals. Each year he stood close to the top of his class, but he always found time for extracurricular activities. In addition to sports, he supplemented his meager funds as Shattuck's sole agent for memory books, class pins, stationery, and a binder he invented for the new school paper. Through his schoolboy enterprise he began to discover entrepreneurial and selling talents which were to alter the direction of his ambitions.

In June 1917 Benton confidently took his final exams at Shattuck and the entrance exams for Yale. The college's English and mathematics requirements presented no difficulty, but he was shocked when he failed the French and Latin exams. Suddenly his dreams seemed unattainable, forcing the high school graduate to reevaluate the future.

In the meantime Elma Benton, seeking to improve her long-range career possibilities in teaching, had decided to earn a master's degree in education at Columbia University's Teachers College. Her solution to her elder son's predicament was to enroll him at Carleton College, where his aunt, Dr. Mary Benton, was dean of women. To his surprise Benton found all aspects of Carleton life congenial, and he weighed the notion of going against his mother's wishes by finishing his undergraduate work there. The dilemma disappeared when Congress passed a draft law covering ages 18 to 45, for Benton immediately left for Yale, where he was inducted into the Student Army Training Corps. Benton's hopes for military service were dashed only two months later with the signing of the armistice.

He stayed at Yale to retake the entrance examinations and in 1918 entered as a sophomore. Although quickly recognized as a prize debater and a frequent contributor to the Yale Record, it was a trying year for Benton academically and socially. He felt his Midwestern background and schooling branded him an outsider, and he resented the handicap as he adjusted to the social and intellectual atmosphere of the eastern institution. In early 1919 Benton began to make decisions which pointed him toward a business career. First came involvement in a college-calendar franchise, by which he impressed classmates with his promoting and selling techniques. Soon thereafter Benton was offered a Rhodes scholarship and had to confront the implications of his marketing aptitude. To his mother's dismay, he rejected it, instead accepting a prestigious summer training position in international trading and finance with National City Bank of New York.

That year brought major changes in his family situation as well. Elma Benton finished her degree work and was named headmistress at Hosmer Hall, a private girls' school in St. Louis, where she was to remain until her death in 1942. Dan Benton joined her there after spending the summer in New York City with his brother; but within a few months he had contracted an unidentified sleeping sickness, and he died in late December of 1919.

Benton had been elated to start his second year at Yale as one of the editors of the Yale Record, and soon after Dan's death he was elected chairman of the editorial board. Under his direction the staff solicited more advertising, and the magazine grew to boast the largest newsstand circulation of any college magazine in history. In addition to honing his writing and promotional skills, Benton formed important and long-lasting friendships during his college days. Among these men were Henry Luce, Jr., Robert M. Hutchins, Ralph Ingersoll, Galen Van Meter, and Reginald Marsh.

Graduating in 1921, Benton accepted a job with the National Cash Register Company, renowned for the quality of its salesmanship and the leadership of President John H. Patterson, the father of "scientific salesmanship." Within the earlier system, "drummers" had carried samples or catalogues demonstrating a range of products made by various manufacturers. Selling relied not only on the salesman's persuasiveness and personality but also on the customer's loyalty. The salesman had little incentive to improve performance since only novice or incompetent employees sold on commission; any good agent was tied to a set salary. Patterson revamped the system by assigning NCR salesmen specific territories, sales quotas, and a single product to be sold by creating a need for it among prospects. Another novel characteristic of Patterson's system was rewarding salesmen with generous prizes and more lucrative sales territories.

Benton's hiring violated two of Patterson's rules-of-thumb; he was under 25 and a college graduate. At first limited to menial or over-flow office work, Benton won an early chance to develop his selling skills because of his industriousness and aptitude. Despite being saddled with a notoriously unpromising trial territory, he exceeded his quota during his first month in the field. The auspicious beginning was insufficient inducement for company officials to waive minimum age requirements for NCR special training classes compulsory for advancement. Impatient and disenchanted, Benton decided to shift to advertising.

He broke into the new field with a $25-a-week job with the New York branch of Lord and Thomas, then the world's largest and most profitable advertising agency. Albert D. Lasker, its head and owner, brought to advertising the same dynamism and creativity that John H. Patterson infused into the world of scientific selling. Benton's dissatisfaction with the agency mounted rapidly, however, as his requests to learn copywriting were repeatedly denied. After a brief period of discontent he moved to the George Batten Company, staying there until fired as a result of policy disagreements a tumultuous five years later. Before returning to Lord and Thomas he married Helen Hemingway, a teacher he had met while at Yale. Their first child, Charles William, was born three years later. Several years later the Bentons adopted two baby girls, Louise Hemingway and Helen Orr, and in 1942 another child, John.

In 1929 Benton resigned as assistant general manager and partner at Lord and Thomas, and with former assistant Chester Bowles, from whom he borrowed $5,000 for the purpose, started the Benton and Bowles agency. Despite the Great Depression, Benton and Bowles quickly became the sixth largest single-office advertising firm in the United States. The Depression itself fostered the agency's success, for it encouraged the re-examination of advertising policies and outmoded techniques, facilitating the rise of a new wave of creative executives. The fledgling agency also benefited from Benton's introduction into New York of the consumer research surveys he had devised at Lord and Thomas in Chicago. These surveys gave clients more systematically compiled data for marketing decisions, particularly appealing at a time when consumer purchasing power was drastically reduced. In addition, while other top agencies still were depending almost totally on newspapers and national magazines, Benton and Bowles pioneered in radio advertising. Two shows were especially important;" Amos 'n Andy," which Benton bought for Pepsodent while still at Lord and Thomas; and the "Maxwell House Show Boat." Among the innovations on the latter were the use of the live studio audience, cue signs for laughter and applause, and commercials with sound effects.

The partners had agreed verbally from the outset that Benton would be free to leave with fair compensation when he chose, and in 1935 Benton began making arrangements to quit advertising. Newspapers seized the rags-to-riches story: Yale scholarship student reaches goal of earning a million dollars before his thirtieth birthday-and during the Depression. It is true that the eventual value of his stock made him a millionaire; but because his return was pegged to the firm's well-being, only if the agency continued to prosper would his total assets mount. Benton, in fact, was destined for some financially rocky periods before his wealth was assured.

When Benton announced his retirement from advertising, President Robert M. Hutchins, his former Yale debating partner, invited him to undertake public relations and fund-raising work for the University of Chicago. After Benton turned down the offer, Hutchins countered by proposing a shorter-term project; surveying University programs and suggesting improvements. As further inducement he stressed opportunities for directing and expanding the University's commitment to radio broadcasting and educational films, both areas which had already whetted Benton's interest.

Overcoming his initial hesitation, Benton agreed to spend two to three months assessing the situation and producing a "consumer research" survey for the institution. It was unprecedented for a university to adopt such techniques to measure its "acceptance" or "sales resistance." Indispensable assistance came from John Howe, then part of the University's public relations office and Benton's right-hand man for the ensuing three decades.

The University's public relations in the mid-thirties were in a poor state. Though it was outside the purview of his assignment, Benton managed to solve two of the institution's most vexing problems. The University was perceived as a nest of subversion, a situation which had been exacerbated by the publicity surrounding Charles Walgreen's withdrawal of his daughter from classes. Benton could uncover no factual basis for these accusations, so he got permission from Hutchins to approach the drugstore magnate personally. Their meeting laid the groundwork both for the resolution of the immediate problem and for Walgreen's underwriting of the University's Charles R. Walgreen Foundation for the Study of American Institutions. Benton was equally successful in neutralizing the chronic hostility shown the University by Chicago newspapers, especially Colonel Robert McCormick's Chicago Tribune.

Late in 1936 Benton completed The University of Chicago's Public Relations, his analysis of the University's image problems and recommendations for improvement. Pinpointing Hutchins's role in public relations as crucial, he also underlined essential contributions to be made by faculty, students, trustees, and alumni. In line with his own interests and vision, he also emphasized the largely untapped capacity of radio and film to promote the University. Fifty confidential copies of the controversial report were printed for circulation to the trustees, and the University's public relations now so intrigued Benton that he agreed to assume a half-time position as vice-president.

He lost no time in implementing the ideas he had outlined in his report. In addition to producing and commissioning scores of promotional articles and pamphlets about the University, Benton lectured widely and urged others in the academic community to do the same. Much of this work was aimed at the Chicago business community, a group whose ties to the University the new vice president sought to strengthen and expand. Benton's greatest interest, however, was in radio and film. He put "The University of Chicago Round Table" on a permanent footing, arranging a grant from the Alfred Sloan Foundation for that purpose. Begun modestly in 1931 as an occasional seminar on current economic, political, and social issues, by the fall of 1936 the "Round Table" had a national following. Under Benton's tutelage it was for twenty years the most popular radio discussion program in the United States, drawing many of its participants from the University faculty. Benton further heightened the University's national visibility when he inaugurated another radio series, "The Human Adventure," which linked faculty research to dramatic advances in human knowledge.

Prospects for developing educational films were more complex. In 1932 the University had entered into a five-year contract with an AT&T subsidiary, Electrical Research Products, Inc. (ERPI), under which ERPI provided the financial and technical resources for film-making while the University supplied its faculty and endorsement. In 1936 Benton learned of the conglomerate's desire to sell ERPI and to abandon the educational film business. Despite the trustees' interest and Benton's strong encouragement, the University chose not to acquire ERPI. Benton's faith in the potential of the educational film business remained undiluted, and he was to have another chance to purchase ERPI only five years later.

During his years of service to the University, Benton continued to look for personal investment opportunities. In 1939 he bought Muzak, an ailing and obscure company which sent music into restaurants and hotels over leased telephone lines. The company's managers conceived of Muzak as a substitute for live orchestra and band music, but Benton revolutionized the business by envisioning it primarily as background music. Within a few years he had turned Muzak into a thriving concern, but he was stymied in his simultaneous efforts to introduce subscription radio, a scheme in which special FM channels would be made available to citizens on a subscription basis. By the late 1940s Benton was devoting his energies primarily to other concerns, though he retained ownership of the company until 1958.

Benton's association with the University led directly to another and even more profitable investment. Sears, Roebuck and Company had acquired Encyclopaedia Britannica after having been involved in its management during World War I, but the corporation was increasingly anxious to get rid of it. Benton knew General Robert E. Wood, chairman of Sears, from working closely with him on the America First Committee, and he suggested to Wood that Sears give the Britannica company to the University of Chicago as an endowment. The General agreed, but the University trustees balked at accepting the gift, worried about the lack of working capital and the appropriateness of a university's operating an essentially nonacademic book business. After months of negotiating, Hutchins, Benton, and Wood reached a compromise whereby Benton would supply $100,000 of working capital and assume risks of ownership and operation.

In early 1943 Benton thus became the owner, publisher, and chairman of the board of Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc., and at the insistence of the University trustees he took two-thirds of the common stock. The University retained the option to buy one-half of his stock without interest, which would have given it two-thirds and control; when the time came to take up the option, the trustees were unwilling to tamper with a such a lucrative business arrangement. Benton eventually retired the University's holdings, but the institution continued to receive substantial royalty payments.

Shortly after assuming control of Britannica, Benton learned that ERPI was still available. To him it seemed natural for Encyclopaedia Britannica to acquire an educational film company, but it was a business gamble since all Benton's predecessors in that field had failed. The newborn Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., however, soon occupied an unexpectedly strong position in the field. Not only did its principal competitor, Eastman Kodak, withdraw from the business, but it donated its library of silent films to Encyclopaedia Britannica and the University of Chicago.

Another of Benton's projects grew out of his relationship with the University and Britannica. During his vice-presidential years, Benton became involved in Robert Hutchins's Great Books program, and in his enthusiasm he resolved to publish the works as a set. His Britannica associates were skeptical, reminding him of the ready availability of standard editions. Discounting their fears, he subsidized Mortimer Adler and an ever larger group of subeditors to compile the Syntopicon, a thesaurus of ideas within the Great Books of the Western World. Costs skyrocketed and deadlines were postponed again and again, but Benton's belief in the project never wavered. The 54-volume series finally appeared in 1952, its enormous commercial success vindicating Benton's judgment. In 1961 Britannica began publication of The Great Ideas Today, an annual supplement to the Great Books; two years later a companion set, the ten-volume Gateway to the Great Books, was published.

During his years at Chicago Benton also embarked on his career as a public servant. In 1939, as advisor to Nelson Rockefeller, then Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs, he became engaged in the early U. S. ventures in international cultural exchanges. Three years later he was a founding member of the Committee for Economic Development, an organization of top businessmen devoted to planning postwar employment and production. In 1945 Benton severed his administrative connection with the University of Chicago to become Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs. His responsibilities included consolidating the wartime information agencies within the State Department and launching the first major U. S. programs for peacetime international information and educational exchanges. Benton was ideally suited to these tasks, but he knew that success would depend on his ability to educate Congress and the American public.

Under his direction the State Department began the Voice of America broadcasts, established the United States information offices, and promoted international visits of professors and students. Benton also led U. S. participation in organizing UNESCO, which he later served as representative under the Kennedy and Johnson administrations. He was busy on the legislative front as well, guiding through Congress the Foreign Service Act of 1946 and the Fulbright Act for international educational exchange programs.

Benton resigned from the State Department in 1947 and planned to give his attention to Britannica affairs. Soon thereafter, however, because of his international experience and his years of work with the Commission on the Freedom of the Press, the State Department asked him to lead the American delegation to the 1948 United Nations Conference on Freedom of Press and Information. Until his death twenty-five years later Benton continued his work with American delegations to numerous international conferences.

Late in 1949 a new path of service opened up to Benton when his old business partner, Chester Bowles, then governor of Connecticut, appointed him to fill a vacant U. S. Senate seat. The next year Benton ran to win the two years remaining in the term. His energetic and creative promotional skills once again found an appropriate arena; he introduced the helicopter into political campaigning and used radio and television extensively. The new techniques were effective; Benton was elected, while Bowles and the rest of the state ticket were defeated.

In the Senate Benton joined other liberal Democrats in supporting Truman's Fair Deal. He became a member of the Banking and Currency Committee, the Rules Committee, the Select Committee on Small Business, and the Joint Committee on the Economic Report. Benton introduced and saw enacted a Mutual Security Act amendment stipulating that the act's administrators when purchasing foreign-made materials give preference to factories with noncommunist leadership. He was especially disappointed to have failed with his "Marshall Plan of Ideas," a six-part program designed to combat communism and promote freedom of information.

Benton's voting record supported civil rights and other liberal policies, with a single exception which was to be a lasting source of regret to him. He had been steadfast in his opposition to the Internal Security Act (also known as the McCarran Immigration Act) on the grounds that it was pointedly restrictive of eastern and southern Europeans. Political considerations within the Senate convinced him to swallow his objections and to cast his vote with the overwhelming majority in its favor. It was vetoed immediately by Truman, only to be overridden by Congress. In early 1952 Benton returned to his original stance, joining Senators Lehman and Humphrey in opposing a more extreme version; however, this bill too was enacted over presidential veto. Benton continued to work on immigration after leaving the Senate, primarily by helping organize and finance the National Committee on Immigration and Citizenship. The committee's efforts were rewarded by the 1965 adoption of an immigration policy it deemed liberal and humane.

Benton is seldom remembered for his most significant action in the Senate: challenging the nationwide communist paranoia fuelled by Senator Joseph McCarthy. Particularly incensed by charges that the State Department had been infiltrated by disloyal, card-carrying communists, soon after winning election Benton began a careful investigation into McCarthy's own activities. By the late summer of 1951 he had collected enough evidence to introduce a strong resolution demanding McCarthy's expulsion from the Senate. Amidst an atmosphere of intimidation and mistrust, Benton was subjected to attack from all sides. Support for his position slowly grew, particularly after McCarthy's decision in the late spring of 1952 to sue Benton for libel.

Many Connecticut Democrats regarded Benton's attack on McCarthy as a grave political mistake. McCarthy retaliated by campaigning against Benton in his home state, but polls suggested Benton was benefited as much as he was hurt by his fight against McCarthy. After his loss in the Eisenhower landslide of 1952, Benton continued his battle against McCarthy from outside the Senate. It was not until three years later that the Senate finally voted to censure McCarthy.

Benton's defeat marked the end of his service in elected positions, but he remained active in state and national Democratic politics. His concern about campaign methods led him to become a director of the Fair Campaign Practices Committee; he also worked vigorously on behalf of his close friends Adlai Stevenson and Hubert Humphrey, and he served on the Platform Committee for the Democratic National Conventions in 1952, 1956, and 1964.

In the final three decades of his life, Benton concentrated on Britannica's affairs together with various educational and public projects. The two were often intertwined, as was the case with his frequent trips abroad to study developments in education and communications. Benton's lifelong fascination with the Soviet Union and Latin America was deepened by an acute consciousness of the American public's ignorance on these topics. Determined to educate as large an audience as possible, Benton published widely about his tours abroad and mailed reprints regularly to scores of political and business leaders.

Benton was particularly intrigued with the Soviet educational system. "The Voice of the Kremlin," which first appeared as a feature in the 1956 Britannica -Britannica Book of the Year, was a comprehensive analysis based on his 1955 trip to the U.S.S.R. It was reissued two years later as This Is the Challenge. The 1965 Britannica Book of the Year contained "The Teachers and the Taught in the U.S.S.R.," which Benton wrote after his fifth trip. The same title was used when the essay was published as a book the following year. A similar tour of Latin America with Adlai Stevenson resulted in "The Voice of Latin America," which appeared in book form soon after being printed in the 1961 Britannica Book of the Year.

Under Benton's aggressive leadership, Britannica expanded its foreign and domestic operations. In 1957 the Spanish-language Enciclopedia Barsa was published, to be joined seven years later by a Portuguese translation. Benton also embarked on ambitious plans for Britannica's British subsidiary, focusing on strengthening management and production and more closely integrating its activities with those of its American parent.

On the domestic front Benton engineered the 1961 acquisition of Compton's Pictured Encyclopedia. Aimed at the secondary school level, Compton's complemented the Britannica Junior Encyclopedia, a reference set in print since 1934. In 1964 Britannica bought the G. and C. Merriam Company, a leading producer of English-language dictionaries and best known for its Merriam-Webster series. Two years later the company purchased Frederick A. Praeger, Inc., a firm distinguished for its international publications and resources.

Also in 1966 Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc. was reorganized and renamed. The new Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corporation (EBEC) was designed to meet rapidly changing needs in the development, production, and marketing of educational films, instructional materials, and reference books. Other modifications in corporate structure followed. William Benton's son Charles resigned the presidency of EBEC to form an independent, non-profit company, the Fund for Media Research. He next assumed sole ownership of Films, Inc., an EBEC subsidiary which distributed 16-millimeter versions of entertainment motion pictures produced by major Hollywood studios.

All of Benton's Britannica stock went in 1958 to establish the Benton Foundation, a vehicle for funding worthwhile projects in communications and education, the areas which he had always consumed his attention. During Benton's lifetime the Foundation supported a broad range of endeavors, including several enterprises in which Benton himself was actively involved. For instance, the Foundation aided a number of policy research organizations with which Benton was closely associated: the American Assembly at Columbia University, the Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies, and the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions. Political causes in which Benton believed also received Foundation assistance. These included the Committee for a National Trade Policy, the Commission on the Frame of Government, the American Foreign Service Association, and the Adlai Stevenson Memorial. The Foundation also helped underwrite numerous cultural projects. Most prominent among these was the American Shakespeare Theatre and Festival, to which Benton gave a great deal of time as trustee and patron. Others were the Wadsworth Athenaeum, the Noah Webster House Foundation, the Committee for the Preservation of the White House, and the Kennedy Library Corporation.

Benton earmarked a significant portion of the Foundation's resources for educational endeavors. The Foundation contributed to ongoing seminar and lecture programs such as the Cleveland Conference, the Yale Conference, and the Institute of International Education, while also giving substantial aid to institutions which Benton served as trustee; the University of Chicago, University of Connecticut, University of Bridgeport, Brandeis University, Hampton Institute, and Carleton College.

Benton received many accolades during his lifetime, including eight honorary degrees. Because of the University of Chicago policy restricting the awarding of honorary degrees to scholars, Benton's contributions were seldom publicly recognized by the University until it conferred on him the first William Benton Medal for Distinguished Service in 1968.

Honors continued to accumulate. In 1972 the University of Connecticut renamed its art museum in Benton's honor. Long a benefactor of the school, Benton also prided himself on his valuable private collection of American paintings from the first half of the twentieth century. Works by Yale friend Reginald Marsh, whom Benton largely supported during the Depression, formed the richest part of his collection, but he also boasted numerous works by Ivan Albright, Jack Levine, Bellows Hassam, and Kuniyoshi.

Benton died on March 18, 1973. He was survived by his widow, Helen Hemingway Benton, and their four children, Charles Benton, Louise Benton Wagner, Helen Benton Boley, and John Benton.

Scope Note

The organization of the William Benton Papers has followed wherever possible the original divisions made by Benton's staff. The material has accordingly been arranged in seven series.

Series I: General Files comprises the greater part of the collection and contains letters to and from Benton, together with supporting documentation such as reports, memoranda, articles, etc. It is divided into six subseries.

Subseries 1 documents the Benton family from the mid-nineteenth century to 1973. Of special interest are the diaries and letters of William A. and Loanza Goulding Benton, William Benton's grandparents who were missionaries in Lebanon from the 1840s through 1870s. Papers and memorabilia of his mother, Elma Hixson Benton, are preserved together with an extensive mother and son correspondence providing valuable information on Benton's childhood and youth. Letters to, from, and about Benton's immediate family -aunts and uncles, cousins, his wife Helen Hemingway and children Charles, Louise, Helen and John-form an extensive part of subsequent files. Here, too, is correspondence pertaining to Shattuck School, Benton's secondary school; those relating to the places of his higher education, Carleton and Yale, are located in the general correspondence section.

Papers relating to Benton's houses and travels, classmates and neighbors, social events and holidays, comprise the second major part of the Personal Life section. Included here is correspondence only with those persons whose relationship to Benton was entirely social, not connected with his business, educational, or political activities.

Benton's lifelong love for the arts produced a large body of correspondence which has been placed in this subseries. A long friendship with and patronage of Reginald Marsh is recorded here; so, too, are Benton's friendships with Carl Sandburg, Frank Lloyd Wright, and Richard Rodgers.

The personal correspondence closes with files relating to Benton's travels throughout the world, itemizing the planning, finances, itineraries, equipment, and companions of each expedition. Much of the material gathered here has an importance beyond that of Benton's private life. Several trips, notably those to Russia and Latin America, and the long-sought but never-realized trip to China, were largely or wholly fact-finding missions, and the information gathered was used as the basis for subsequent articles, speeches and policy statements.

Subseries 2: General Correspondence, is by far the largest subseries of the William Benton Papers. It is organized alphabetically by subject within the four chronological periods 1930-1940, 1941-1947, 1948-1957, 1958-1973. The bulk of the material and number of correspondents make generalization difficult, but a few comments may illuminate the nature and possible uses of this material.

"General correspondence" denotes material which Benton's staff did not include in topical files such as State Department, Senate, etc. This does not imply that letters so classified are unconcerned with specific areas of Benton's career. In some cases individual letters were not put into the topical files because the correspondence of which they form part is concerned with a range of subjects; in other cases, because topical files had not yet been created. For example, Box 69 holds eight folders of Benton's correspondence with Chester Bowles. The letters relate variously to the advertising business, national politics, World War II, business and finance, and purely personal matters. Similarly, the Paul Hoffman correspondence in Box 73, though touching on the Committee for Economic Development, also addresses a multitude of quite different subjects and therefore, in the judgment of Benton's staff, was inappropriate for inclusion in the CED files.

The net result is that neither the general correspondence files nor the topical files should be used independently. Much material on the arts, politics, foreign affairs, and the University of Chicago was originally placed in general rather than topical files, and it was deemed best to respect Benton's original ordering. The significant figures of Benton's life-Bowles, Hoffman, Adlai Stevenson, Robert Hutchins, Beardsley Ruml, Anna Rosenberg, Galen van Meter-appear in several places in the general files. The researcher is advised to identify key figures and organizations in the topical files and in Sidney Hyman's biography, The Lives of William Benton (Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 1969), and use these to locate further material in the general correspondence.

While, then, not sharply focused, this section is one of the richest of the William Benton Papers. There is extensive correspondence on national affairs and the media with Henry and Clare Boothe Luce, Harold Lasswell, Norman Cousins, members of the Sulzberger and LaFollette families, and DeWitt Wallace. Benton's study of governmental regulation of the economy is illustrated in correspondence with Cyrus Eaton, Bruce Gould, and John Kenneth Galbraith. International relations are the primary subject of letters to and from Geoffrey Crowther, David Hardman, and Harlan Cleveland. Files relating to many organizations (such as the ACLU, NAACP, and Council on Foreign Relations) and institutions (Columbia University and Connecticut College) are located in this section. Letters to Laird K. Bell, Edward Levi, Robert Hutchins, William McCormick Blair, and Gaylord Donnelley attest to Benton's ongoing ties to the University of Chicago. The Leigh Dannenberg correspondence holds a wealth of information on Connecticut politics. The CED story is told in the Hoffman, Clarence Francis, Marion Folson, and Jay Hormel files. Most of the key figures in Benton's other major commitments-UNESCO, State Department, Britannica, higher education, politics-are represented in the general correspondence. Finally, this section preserves a large body of letters and memoranda on Benton's life, career, and accomplishments filed under names of Benton staff members: John Howe, Anne Cronin, Kay Hart, Catherine Flynn, Bertha Tallman.

Subseries 3 documents several phases in Benton's wide-ranging business career. The first group of files covers the years 1935-1945, after Benton's departure from Benton and Bowles when he was looking for new business ventures. Many were in publishing, most notably the unsuccessful PM newspaper produced by Ralph Ingersoll. Benton was also a major investor in his classmate William Joyce's Pasadena Slipper Company (later Joyce Shoes), and in Dehydration, Inc. (later Birdseye). Much later, after he had left the Senate and had put his major business interests (Encyclopaedia Britannica and Muzak) on a firm footing, Benton became interested in buying a Connecticut newspaper. His attempts to acquire the Hartford Times and Hartford Courant are also detailed here.

Benton was active partner of the agency of Benton and Bowles from its foundation in 1929 until 1935, and a second group of papers here date from that era. There is full documentation not only of the original terms of incorporation, but also of reorganizations after Benton's departure; many of the original ad campaigns-General Foods, General Motors, Alka-Gum, Safeway-are preserved, from initial ideas through market research to final product. Benton continued to monitor the agency after 1935, and there is scattered material on its later history.

After his resignation from Benton and Bowles, Benton's next major business venture was Muzak, which he purchased in 1939. Most of the Muzak correspondence comes from the first six years of Benton's ownership, when he was aggressively restructuring, strengthening, and expanding the company. Until the sale of the company in 1958, he continued to receive reports on Muzak and to correspond with top officers such as John Andrus, Charles Cowley, and Ethel MacLean (Houghton).

The final section of subseries 3 is of particular interest for the history of Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc. during an extraordinary period of growth and diversification, as Benton guided Britannica into myriad projects, including yearbooks, foreign language editions, and purchase of Compton's, Merriam, and Praeger. Day-to-day operations of Encyclopaedia Britannica are not covered, but there is ample material on Benton's projects for expansion. Benton's acquisition of Encyclopaedia Britannica common stock and the ERPI film company are well documented; so, too, are his close associations with officers in the British subsidiary, especially Hector McNeil, Stanley Morison, and A. E. and E. T. Dolphin. There is a large body of correspondence with editors and managers: Clyde Arnspiger, Miller McClintock, Harry Grubbs, Lou Shoenwald, John Armitage, Walter Yust, Harry Houghton, Paul Seaman, Foster Wygant, and Robert Preble. Protracted research and negotiations for the unconsummated purchase of the Curtis Publishing Company are detailed in Boxes 239-240. Benton's advocacy of English as a world language through the Britannica Institute is documented, as is his promotion of the Great Books series.

Subseries 4 collects materials on aspects of Benton's public life. After 1958 Benton and his staff began to assemble files covering possible commitments, memoranda on future positions, courses of action, and consultants' reports on specific projects. The main subjects addressed were business and economics, communications, education, and politics and government. This section is, then, an idea file, containing the preliminary stages of what were in many cases to become the major commitments of Benton's later career. As such, these papers should be consulted along with the topical files, in particular those of the Benton Foundation through which many of the projects outlined here were realized.

Subseries 4 also documents Benton's involvement with the America First Committee. He was closely associated with such key Committee members as Robert Bliss, G. A. Borgese, General Robert Wood, and Robert Hutchins, and he was kept closely informed of Committee activities. This attempt to keep the U.S. out of war collapsed with the December 1941 bombing of Pearl Harbor, but the Committee was significant in stimulating Benton's interest in politics and in bringing him into contact with several figures-notably the LaFollettes-who were important to his later career in public life.

Established by business and academic leaders to plan for the peacetime economy, the Committee for Economic Development was a natural field for Benton's expertise in business, higher education and management, and became his most important wartime activity. His role in drafting by-laws, recruiting staff, and writing "The Economics of a Free Society" are described here. Benton's vice-chairmanship of the CED and of its Research Division put him in close touch with government and business leaders who were to be his colleagues in public service and propelled him into the highest levels of American political life. Benton served until his death as a trustee of the CED, and later CED reports and material on trustees' meetings are preserved in Subseries 4.

Subseries 4 also documents Benton's political career. Included are materials on his activities in Connecticut Democratic politics, dating from his 1949 appointment to the U. S. Senate. His swift establishment and consolidation of ties to state politicians, ethnic groups, party officers, union officials, and civic leaders is thoroughly documented in correspondence with Anthony Arpaia, John Bailey, Robert Claffey, Mike Cieplinski, Leigh Dannenberg, John Dempsey, Thomas Dodd, Richard Lee, Abraham Ribicoff, and others. The preservation of incoming and outgoing mail, and of strategy memos, publicity, statements, advertisements, reports, and documentation regarding the Democratic Party and state elections make this a rich repository for Connecticut politics in the period 1949-1973. During these years Benton was, if anything, even more involved with national politics. Before his Senatorial term he had worked closely with many statesmen and politicians; afterward, it could fairly be said that he was well acquainted with-and corresponded voluminously with-most important Democrats and many leading Republicans. His attempt to win Dwight Eisenhower over to the Democratic Party is a fascinating chapter in American political life. The correspondence with close friends and political allies such as Paul Douglas, Adlai Stevenson, and Hubert Humphrey is particularly complete, and offers unusual insight into Democratic issues, policies, proposals, reforms, and personalities.

Another group of documents political campaigns, not only in Connecticut state politics but also Benton's own political positions and analyses in the 1950-1962 period. Included are his assessments of state and national politics, along with accounts of his pioneering campaign techniques, political polls, lists of supporters and contributors, and financial data. In addition to material pertaining to Benton's 1950 and 1952 Senatorial campaigns and subsequent efforts to win party nomination, there are two Boxes of correspondence on the 1968 presidential campaign, particularly useful in regard to Hubert Humphrey's candidacy and Benton's Platform Committee experiences at the Democratic convention.

Material in subseries 4 related to the US Senate provides the best documentation of Benton's career from 1949 to 1952. Besides copious correspondence with other Senators concerning legislation and national issues, there are letters and position papers which testify to Benton's efforts to shape national policy. Particularly revealing are John Howe's memos and reports, the "issues and legislation" section, and six Boxes of memoranda. Here can be seen not only the evolution of Benton's thought on current issues, but also the process by which he shaped rough ideas into public statements. Although Benton's tenure in the Senate was not long, it was active; recorded here is his work on behalf of the Voice of America and world freedom of the press, service on the Small Business subcommittee, work on the amendment to the Mutual Security Act, and promotion of the interests of Connecticut residents and businesses.

Benton's pioneering stand against Joseph McCarthy grew out of the latter's violent and unwarranted attacks on State Department personnel and programs. In calling first for McCarthy's resignation and then for his expulsion from the Senate, Benton stood almost alone in the Senate throughout most of 1951. McCarthy in turn launched not only a series of personal attacks but also a lawsuit (later dropped) against Benton. Benton's defense of his position and his orchestration of nationwide campaigns ("Joe Must Go," "I Believe") is fully documented in these papers. Here, too, are copies of depositions, testimony, newspaper clippings, letters, and reports on the early fight against McCarthy and McCarthyism. Although Benton left the Senate before McCarthy's fall, he did not abandon his battle against McCarthy.

Subseries 5: Foreign Affairs. Benton's first major involvement in foreign affairs came through his appointment as consultant to the Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs, Nelson Rockefeller. His entry into the highest levels of government, the experience stimulated a lifelong involvement in international relations and diplomacy. Filed here, as well, is correspondence between Benton and world leaders, most notably Harold Wilson. This material testifies not only to the breadth of Benton's associations-Golda Meir, Nehru, Indira Gandhi, Yuri Zhukov-but also to his ceaseless work for international understanding through diplomatic and personal channels.

Benton's 1945 appointment as Assistant Secretary of State came at a crucial and dynamic point in American foreign policy. Placed in charge of the State Department's Information Program, he was able to translate into action his conviction that American ideals and policies had to be promoted through a vigorous campaign of information and persuasion. His work in establishing the Voice of America, educational exchanges, and the Fulbright fellowship program is documented in the State Department files. Correspondence with diplomatic and government officials after his 1947 resignation is ample, as Benton continued to gather information for his own use and to exercise a behind-the-scenes voice in foreign policy.

Benton had been instrumental in founding UNESCO during his State Department years, and he continued to monitor its growth. His appointment as United States ambassador to UNESCO from 1963 to 1969 was a fitting tribute to his unique talents, combining as he did experience in foreign affairs and diplomacy with expertise in education and cultural issues.

The records of his six-year term are among the most complete in the William Benton Papers. Proposals, draft reports, and final papers of Executive Board meetings have been preserved, as well as extensive correspondence with Director-General Rene Maheu and with delegates. The education, issues, and projects files are an important record of the problems which Benton addressed and his proposals for UNESCO action. Other files record his efforts to make UNESCO an efficient, non-politicized body and his attempts to present U.S. policy. His trips to evaluate UNESCO field operations give a detailed picture of the realization of policy decisions. At the same time, Benton knew that American public opinion had to be mobilized in support of UNESCO if the organization were to function effectively and were to act in the American interest; his work for the National Commission is another fine example of his skill and energy in bringing foreign policy issues to the American people.

Subseries 6: Education and Philanthropy includes material on the University of Chicago and the Benton Foundation. The University-related material in the William Benton Papers begins after Benton's departure from the University administration, and consists largely of letters to other University trustees such as Laird K. Bell, Harold H. Swift and William McCormick Blair. The triangular relationship between Benton, the Encyclopaedia Britannica and the University is a frequent theme; so, too, are University finances and expansion projects in the post-Hutchins era. Additional material on the University of Chicago can be found in the Benton Foundation subseries.

After 1958 most of Benton's ongoing and new institutional commitments were maintained through the Benton Foundation rather than his personal office, making the detailed records in this subseries the most important source for Benton's later career. In its early years, in particular, the Foundation was the direct extension of Benton himself, the funding and supervising mechanism for his interests and projects. The range of topics here reflects the wide variety of Benton's interests; education, politics, foreign affairs, business and trade, and culture. Particularly strong are the files of those educational institutions which Benton served as a trustee; the Aspen Institute, Brandeis, Carleton, the Hampton Institute, the University of Bridgeport, the University of Chicago, and the University of Connecticut. Organizations such as the American Assembly, the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, and the Committee for a National Trade Policy reveal Benton's continued devotion to the reform of political institutions and trade laws. The Foundation provided support, too, for more partisan bodies such as the Democratic Advisory Committee. Benton's work for the United Nations, the Institute of International Education, and the U.S. Committee on the Atlantic Congress was carried on through the Foundation. His lifelong interest in and patronage of the arts can be seen in the Foundation's support for the American Shakespeare Festival, which Benton also served as a trustee.

Series II: Speech Files

In this series are Benton's public statements; articles, speeches, books, reports, form letters, transcripts of radio and television appearances, preliminary research notes, drafts, and revisions.

The 135 Boxes of Speech Files hold some 2345 separate entries, each typically consisting of extensive documentation on Benton's public statements. Here are filed research notes, drafts, photos, and related correspondence as well as record copies of articles, books, reports, and broadcasting transcripts. A large part of the series is devoted to works by Benton's associates-such as a complete set of Adlai Stevenson's campaign speeches-and works supporting Benton's policy positions. A noteworthy feature is the series of detailed memoranda on and transcripts of interviews with business, political, and cultural leaders in Russia and Latin America. Found here, too, are public statements by close associates such as Robert Hutchins, Adlai Stevenson, and Paul Hoffman; source materials for Benton's own writing; background information on major interests; and documents about or referring to Benton. The files are arranged numerically, following the roughly chronological organization originally devised by Benton's staff; access is facilitated by an alphabetical index which was compiled from the exhaustive cross-indexing system used by Benton's office.

Series III: Autograph Correspondence with Notable Figures

Maintained separately by Benton's staff, these are letters received from distinguished public figures, with politicians predominating.

Benton's staff designated items from selected dignitaries for preservation in separate files, and their organization has again been maintained. This correspondence is heavily political, featuring letters from such prominent men as Eisenhower, Truman, Nixon, Marshall, and John and Robert Kennedy. As with other sections of the William Benton Papers, however, researchers will find it advisable to explore other series in conjunction with this material.

Series IV: Scrapbooks

These 130 large volumes, combining Benton's public statements with photographs and papers relating to his family, chronicle William Benton's life and career up to 1962.

These 130 large bound volumes were created under Benton's direction in 1962. Arranged according to the principal divisions of his life (Senate Years, McCarthy, etc.), the Scrapbooks display copies of Benton's articles and speeches; original letters from great men of the day; photographs of Benton and associates; and a wide assortment of legal papers, memoranda, transcripts, family papers, newspaper clippings et al.

Series V: Memorabilia

This series contains photographs, gifts, awards, and mementos.

Series VI: Recordings

Series VI includes record albums from the 1940s and 1950s. The recordings include speeches by Benton, music, productions from the University of Chicago Radio Office.

Series VII: Addenda

This small Addenda to the Benton Papers includes memorabilia, biographical material and the text of several public statements.

Related Resources

The following related resources are located in the Department of Special Collections:

http://www.lib.uchicago.edu/e/spcl/select.html

University of Chicago. Office of the Vice President. Records

McCarthy material preserved in the William Benton Papers can be supplemented by five Boxes dating from 1951 through 1961 at the State Historical Society of Wisconsin. Other relevant sources include transcripts of oral history interviews of Benton and various associates undertaken at Columbia University and the John F. Kennedy Library.

Subject Headings

INVENTORY

Series I: General Files

Subseries 1: Personal Life

Sub-subseries 1: Family and Personal, 1839-1942

Box 1   Folder 1

A-H, general

Box 1   Folder 2

Adoption, 1940

Box 1   Folder 3

Benton, Charles W., 1890-1913

Box 1   Folder 4

Benton, Elma H., account books, 1895-1904

Box 1   Folder 5

Benton, Elma H., 1911-1918

Box 1   Folder 6

Benton, Elma H., 1934-1938

Box 1   Folder 7

Benton, Elma H., 1939-1942

Box 1   Folder 8

Benton, autobiography, original

Box 1   Folder 9

Benton, autobiography, copies

Box 2   Folder 1

Benton, correspondence, 1891-1899

Box 2   Folder 2

Benton, correspondence, 1927

Box 2   Folder 3

Benton, correspondence, 1928

Box 2   Folder 4

Benton, correspondence, 1929-1937

Box 2   Folder 5

Benton, correspondence, 1938

Box 2   Folder 6

Benton, correspondence, 1939

Box 2   Folder 7

Benton, correspondence, 1940

Box 2   Folder 8

Benton, correspondence, 1941

Box 3   Folder 1

Benton, correspondence, 1942

Box 3   Folder 2

Benton, diary, 1892

Box 3   Folder 3

Benton, diary, 1894-1895

Box 3   Folder 4

Benton, diary, 1896

Box 3   Folder 5

Benton, diary, 1933-1937

Box 3   Folder 6

Benton, doctors, 1939-1941

Box 3   Folder 7

Benton, memorabilia, address book

Box 3   Folder 8

Benton, memorabilia, autograph album

Box 3   Folder 9

Benton, memorabilia, "History of Benton vs. Bertin case in the University of Minnesota"

Box 3   Folder 10

Benton, memorabilia, newspaper clippings

Box 4   Folder 1

Benton, memorabilia, passport

Box 4   Folder 2-3

Benton, memorabilia, personal papers

Box 4   Folder 4

Benton, memorabilia, wedding album

Box 4   Folder 5

Benton, memorabilia, William Benton's childhood

Box 5   Folder 1

Benton, mother-son letters, 1913

Box 5   Folder 2

Benton, mother-son letters, 1914

Box 5   Folder 3

Benton, mother-son letters, 1915

Box 5   Folder 4

Benton, mother-son letters, 1916

Box 5   Folder 5

Benton, mother-son letters, 1917

Box 5   Folder 6

Benton, mother-son letters, 1918

Box 5   Folder 7

Benton, mother-son letters, 1919

Box 6   Folder 1

Benton, mother-son letters, 1920

Box 6   Folder 2

Benton, mother-son letters, 1921

Box 6   Folder 3

Benton, mother-son letters, 1922

Box 6   Folder 4

Benton, mother-son letters, Jan.-June 1923

Box 6   Folder 5

Benton, mother-son letters, July-Dec. 1923

Box 6   Folder 6

Benton, mother-son letters, Jan.-Aug. 1924

Box 6   Folder 7

Benton, mother-son letters, Sept.-Dec. 1924

Box 7   Folder 1

Benton, mother-son letters, Jan.-May 1925

Box 7   Folder 2

Benton, mother-son letters, June-Dec. 1925

Box 7   Folder 3

Benton, mother-son letters, Jan.-May 1926

Box 7   Folder 4

Benton, mother-son letters, June-Dec. 1926

Box 7   Folder 5

Benton, mother-son letters, 1927

Box 7   Folder 6

Benton, mother-son letters, 1928

Box 7   Folder 7

Benton, mother-son letters, 1929

Box 8   Folder 1

Benton, mother-son letters, 1930

Box 8   Folder 2

Benton, mother-son letters, 1931

Box 8   Folder 3

Benton, mother-son letters, 1932

Box 8   Folder 4

Benton, mother-son letters, 1933

Box 8   Folder 5

Benton, mother-son letters, 1934

Box 8   Folder 6

Benton, mother-son letters, 1935

Box 8   Folder 7

Benton, mother-son letters, 1936

Box 9   Folder 1

Benton, mother-son letters, 1937

Box 9   Folder 2

Benton, mother-son letters, 1938

Box 9   Folder 3

Benton, mother-son letters, Jan.-Mar. 1939

Box 9   Folder 4

Benton, mother-son letters, Apr.-Dec. 1939

Box 9   Folder 5

Benton, mother-son letters, 1940

Box 9   Folder 6

Benton, mother-son letters, 1941

Box 9   Folder 7

Benton, mother-son letters, 1942

Box 10   Folder 1

Benton, Loanza Goulding (Mrs. William A.), diary, original, incomplete, 1847-1857

Box 10   Folder 2

Benton, Loanza Goulding (Mrs. William A.), transcription, 1847-1869

Box 10   Folder 3

Benton, "Messengers of Peace," manuscript, chapters 1-11

Box 10   Folder 4

Benton, "Messengers of Peace," manuscript, chapters 12-21

Box 10   Folder 5

Benton, "Messengers of Peace," typescript, 155 pp.

Box 10   Folder 6

Benton, "Messengers of Peace, typescript, 101 pp.

Box 10   Folder 7

Benton, "Diary and Papers of Loanza Goulding Benton"

Box 10   Folder 8

Benton, Loanza and William A., letters to her father

Box 10   Folder 9

Benton, Mary (Aunt Mary), 1937-1942

Box 11   Folder 1

Benton, William A., Lebanon letters, 1851-1853

Box 11   Folder 2

Benton, William A., 1854-1862

Box 11   Folder 3

Benton, William A., 1863-1871

Box 11   Folder 4

Benton, copies of letters, 1852-1869

Box 11   Folder 5

Benton, diary, 1839-1844

Box 11   Folder 6

Benton School

Box 11   Folder 7

Birthday books, 1936-1940

Box 11   Folder 8

Bradley, Blossom, 1939-1940

Box 11   Folder 9

Clark, Harriet Benton (Aunt Hattie), manuscript and copies, ca. 1921

Box 11   Folder 10

Clark, 1935-1941

Box 11   Folder 11

Cornwall, Laurence M., 1938

Box 11   Folder 12

Cox, Beneta, 1937-1940

Box 11   Folder 13

Derrick, Ida and William, 1939-1940

Box 12   Folder 1

Dugan, Rita, 1940

Box 12   Folder 2

Gould, Jay, 1935-1940

Box 12   Folder 3

Helme, James B., 1938-1939

Box 12   Folder 4

Hemingway, Helen (Mrs. William Benton), 1923 teaching certificate

Box 12   Folder 5

Hixson, Daniel W., 1918-1920

Box 12   Folder 6

Hixson, 1921-1922

Box 12   Folder 7

Hixson, 1923-1924

Box 12   Folder 8

Hixson, 1926

Box 12   Folder 9

Hixson, 1928-1932

Box 12   Folder 10

Hixson, Mrs. Edwin S. (Aunt Flo), 1939-1950

Box 12   Folder 11

Hixson, Edwin and Helen, 1891-1921

Box 12   Folder 12

Hunter, Mrs. John, 1941-1942

Box 12   Folder 13

J-P, general

Box 12   Folder 14

Jones, Duane, 1935-1939

Box 12   Folder 15

Lathrop, Mrs. F. B. (Aunt Dite), 1936-1942

Box 12   Folder 16

Miscellaneous letters

Box 13   Folder 1

Otis, Courtland

Box 13   Folder 2

Patterson, Betty, 1938

Box 13   Folder 3

Personal finances, 1940

Box 13   Folder 4

Potter, Miriam and Zenas, 1937-1942

Box 13   Folder 5

Ricketts, Henry T., 1939

Box 13   Folder 6

Riddle, Lewis W., 1937-1938

Box 13   Folder 7

Robison, Jane and Clarence, 1938-1958

Box 13   Folder 8

S-Z, general

Box 13   Folder 9

Shanahan, Kathryne, 1937-1938

Box 13   Folder 10

Shattuck School, general, 1938-1940

Box 13   Folder 11

Shattuck School, Allen, Philip S., ca. 1940

Box 13   Folder 12

Shattuck School, Bronson, David, 1939-1940

Box 13   Folder 13

Shattuck School, Keeler, Stephen, 1938-1940

Box 13   Folder 14

Sherry, Steve, 1938-1940

Box 14   Folder 1

Sutherland, Beth and Charles, 1938-1940

Box 14   Folder 2

"The Early History of Tolland, Connecticut"

Box 14   Folder 3

Tramposch, Emil, 1940

Box 14   Folder 4

Visscher & Burley, 1934-1935

Box 14   Folder 5

Works, Philip O., 1934-1938

Box 14   Folder 6

Works, 1939-1940

Box 14   Folder 7

Yale Record

Sub-subseries 2: Family and Personal, 1941-1947

Box 15   Folder 1

A-B, general

Box 15   Folder 2

Adams, Taylor, 1941-1947

Box 15   Folder 3

Benton, Mary (Aunt Mary), 1943-1951

Box 15   Folder 4

Benton School

Box 15   Folder 5

Berger, Mrs. Ed, 1942

Box 15   Folder 6

Billings, Mrs. Cecil R., 1941-1946

Box 15   Folder 7

Breen, J. P., 1941

Box 15   Folder 8

C-E, general

Box 15   Folder 9

Continental Forwarders Company, 1946-1947

Box 15   Folder 10

Cox, Beneta, 1941-1945

Box 15   Folder 11

Dugan, Rita, 1941-1945

Box 15   Folder 12

F, general

Box 15   Folder 13

G, general

Box 15   Folder 14

Gale, Richard P., 1944-1947

Box 15   Folder 15

H, general

Box 15   Folder 16

Hixson, Mrs. Edwin S., 1943-1947

Box 15   Folder 17

Hixson, June, 1942-1948

Box 15   Folder 18

Hixson, Ned and Olga, 1941-1948

Box 16   Folder 1

Hutchins, Maude Phelps, 1942-1944

Box 16   Folder 2

I-L, general

Box 16   Folder 3

Klaeber, Dr. Frederick, 1945-1947

Box 16   Folder 4

Lloya, Roland, 1944-1947

Box 16   Folder 5

M, general

Box 16   Folder 6

Maltby, Joseph, 1941-1945

Box 16   Folder 7

Marsh, Reginald, 1941-1946

Box 16   Folder 8

Marvin, Dr. H. M., 1941-1947

Box 16   Folder 9

N-O, general

Box 16   Folder 10

Otis, Courtland, 1941-1947

Box 16   Folder 11

P, general

Box 16   Folder 12

Potter, Miriam and Zenas, 1943-1949

Box 16   Folder 13

Procter, Frederic W., 1941-1942

Box 16   Folder 14

R, general

Box 17   Folder 1

S, general

Box 17   Folder 2

Shattuck School, 1941

Box 17   Folder 3

Shattuck School, 1942

Box 17   Folder 4

Shattuck School, 1943-1944

Box 17   Folder 5

Shattuck School, 1945-1947

Box 17   Folder 6

Smith, Margaret Potter (Mrs. Philip H.), 1941-1947

Box 17   Folder 7

Smith, Marjorie K., 1943-1945

Box 17   Folder 8

Sommi, Marquise Blanche Picinardi, 1943-1947

Box 17   Folder 9

Sutherland, Beth Benton (Mrs. Charles), 1941-1947

Box 17   Folder 10

T, general

Box 17   Folder 11

Tramposch, Emil, 1941-1944

Box 17   Folder 12

U-Z, general

Box 17   Folder 13

Walsh, William and Dolly, 1941-1947

Box 17   Folder 14

Wheeler, Gertrude, 1941

Box 17   Folder 15

Williams, Margaret, 1945-1947

Box 17   Folder 16

Works, Philip O., 1941-1945

Box 17   Folder 17

Yale University

Sub-subseries 3: Family and Personal, 1948-1957

Box 18   Folder 1

A, general

Box 18   Folder 2

Anderson & Shepard, Ltd., 1952-1955

Box 18   Folder 3

Ba-B1, general, #1

Box 18   Folder 4

Ba-B1, #2

Box 18   Folder 5

Benton, Mary (Aunt Mary), 1952-1955

Box 18   Folder 6

Billings, Mrs. Cecil R., 1948-1953

Box 18   Folder 7

Bimson, Walter, 1949

Box 18   Folder 8

Bo-Bz, general, #1

Box 18   Folder 9

Bo-Bz, general, #2

Box 19   Folder 1

Bridgman, Juliet

Box 19   Folder 2

Ca-Ce, general

Box 19   Folder 3

Carras, Maria

Box 19   Folder 4

Ch-C1

Box 19   Folder 5

Chelnov, Anatole and Jean, 1953-1956

Box 19   Folder 6

Christmas gifts, 1953-1954

Box 19   Folder 7

Christmas gifts, 1955

Box 19   Folder 8

Christmas gifts, 1956-1957

Box 19   Folder 9

Co-Cz, general, #1

Box 19   Folder 10

Co-Cz, #2

Box 19   Folder 11

Cummings, Willard

Box 20   Folder 1

Da-De, general

Box 20   Folder 2

DeContades, Daisy

Box 20   Folder 3

Di-Dz, general

Box 20   Folder 4

Dotzel, Mrs. Capitola (Aunt Cap), 1948-1957

Box 20   Folder 5

E, general

Box 20   Folder 6

Fa-F1, general

Box 20   Folder 7

Fo-Fz, general

Box 20   Folder 8

Ga-Go, general

Box 20   Folder 9

Gacesa, Katherine

Box 20   Folder 10

Garrett, Ruth

Box 21   Folder 1

Gilbert, A. M., 1948-Mar. 1953

Box 21   Folder 2

Gilbert, Apr.-July 1953

Box 21   Folder 3

Gilbert, Aug.-Oct. 1953

Box 21   Folder 4

Gilbert, Nov.-Dec. 1953

Box 21   Folder 5

Gilbert, Jan.-Mar. 1954

Box 21   Folder 6

Gilbert, Apr.-June 1954

Box 21   Folder 7

Gilbert, July-Sept. 1954

Box 21   Folder 8

Gilbert, Oct.-Dec. 1954

Box 22   Folder 1

Gilbert, Jan.-June 1955

Box 22   Folder 2

Gilbert, July 1955-1957

Box 22   Folder 3

Giles, Marjorie

Box 22   Folder 4

Goldsmith, Diana

Box 22   Folder 5

Gr-Gz, general

Box 22   Folder 6

Graves, Eben

Box 22   Folder 7

Ha, general

Box 22   Folder 8

Hawes & Curtis

Box 22   Folder 9

He-Hi, general

Box 22   Folder 10

Hixson, Mrs. Edwin S. (Aunt Flo), 1948-1954

Box 22   Folder 11

Hixson, 1955-1960

Box 23   Folder 1

Ho-Hz, general

Box 23   Folder 2

Hutchins, Maude Phelps

Box 23   Folder 3

J, general

Box 23   Folder 4

K, general

Box 23   Folder 5

Kaye, Sylvia F. (Mrs. Danny)

Box 23   Folder 6

Klaeber, Dr. Frederick

Box 23   Folder 7

La, general

Box 23   Folder 8

Lax, Dr. Henry

Box 23   Folder 9

Le-Lz, general

Box 23   Folder 10

Ma-Mar, general

Box 24   Folder 1

Marsh, Felicia (Mrs. Reginald)

Box 24   Folder 2

Marsh, Reginald, 1948-1951

Box 24   Folder 3

Marsh, 1952-1954

Box 24   Folder 4

Martin, Annette

Box 24   Folder 5

Mas-Maz, general

Box 24   Folder 6

Mc, general

Box 24   Folder 7

Me-Mz, general

Box 24   Folder 8

Montgomery, Douglass

Box 24   Folder 9

N-O, general

Box 24   Folder 10

Pa-Pe, general

Box 24   Folder 11

Ph-Q, general

Box 25   Folder 1

Postumous-Meyjes, W.C.

Box 25   Folder 2

Potter, Miriam and Zenas, 1950-1951

Box 25   Folder 3

Potter, 1952

Box 25   Folder 4

Potter, 1953-1955

Box 25   Folder 5

Potter, 1956-1957

Box 25   Folder 6

Ra-Re, general

Box 25   Folder 7

Reed, Horace and Florence

Box 25   Folder 8

Ri, general

Box 25   Folder 9

Ro, general

Box 25   Folder 10

Ru-Rz, general

Box 25   Folder 11

Russell, David W.

Box 26   Folder 1

Sa, general

Box 26   Folder 2

Sandburg, Carl

Box 26   Folder 3

Sasowsky, Norman

Box 26   Folder 4

Sc, general

Box 26   Folder 5

Scribner's Bookstore

Box 26   Folder 6

Se, general

Box 26   Folder 7

Sh-Si, general

Box 26   Folder 8

Shattuck School

Box 26   Folder 9

Silvercruys, Baroness Rosemary McMahon

Box 26   Folder 10

Sk-Sm, general

Box 26   Folder 11

Smallzried, Kay

Box 26   Folder 12

So-Sp, general

Box 27   Folder 1

St, general

Box 27   Folder 2

Stevens, Roger

Box 27   Folder 3

Stout, Delores Roule

Box 27   Folder 4

Su-Sz, general

Box 27   Folder 5

Sutherland, Beth Benton and Charles, 1948-1952

Box 27   Folder 6

Sutherland, 1953-1957

Box 27   Folder 7

Ta-Te, general

Box 27   Folder 8

Taylor, Dr. Howard C.

Box 27   Folder 9

Th-Tz, general

Box 27   Folder 10

Tucker, Robert

Box 27   Folder 11

U-V, general

Box 27   Folder 12

Van Heuven Goedhart, G.J.

Box 27   Folder 13

Vogel, Frank

Box 28   Folder 1

Wa, general

Box 28   Folder 2

Wallington, Olive

Box 28   Folder 3

Walsh, Dolly

Box 28   Folder 4

We, general

Box 28   Folder 5

Wh, general

Box 28   Folder 6

Wi, general, #1

Box 28   Folder 7

Wi, #2

Box 28   Folder 8

Wo-Wz, general

Box 28   Folder 9

Wo-Wz, #2

Box 28   Folder 10

Y-Z, general

Box 28   Folder 11

Zupnick, Louis E., 1955

Box 28   Folder 12

Zupnick, 1956-1957

Sub-subseries 4: Family and Personal, 1958-1973

Box 29   Folder 1

A, general

Box 29   Folder 2

Allgoewer, Herman and Virginia, 1958-1971

Box 29   Folder 3

Ba-Be, general

Box 29   Folder 4

Benton, Thomas Hart, 1958-1965

Box 29   Folder 5

Benton, 1966-1973

Box 29   Folder 6

Benton genealogy, #1

Box 29   Folder 7

Benton genealogy, #2

Box 29   Folder 8

Benton genealogy, #3

Box 29   Folder 9

Benton genealogy, #4

Box 30   Folder 1

Benton genealogy, #5

Box 30   Folder 2

Benton genealogy, #6

Box 30   Folder 3

Benton genealogy, #7

Box 30   Folder 4

Benton genealogy, #8

Box 30   Folder 5

Benton genealogy, #9, miscellaneous

Box 30   Folder 6

Benton genealogy, #10, miscellaneous relatives

Box 30   Folder 7

Berger, Agnes and Ed, 1959-1973

Box 30   Folder 8

Bi-Bo, general

Box 30   Folder 9

Biddle, George, 1962-1969

Box 30   Folder 10

Bignell, Kenneth, 1958-1963

Box 30   Folder 11

Bilderback, Gordon, 1958-1973

Box 30   Folder 12

Bohen, Frederick and Midge, 1966-1972

Box 30   Folder 13

Bowles, Sally and Samuel, 1958-1966

Box 30   Folder 14

Boyden, Frank, 1962-1972

Box 31   Folder 1

Bra-Bu, general

Box 31   Folder 2

Brashears, Arthur and Rita, 1958-1972

Box 31   Folder 3

Bridgeport Hospital, 1965-1972

Box 31   Folder 4

Bristol, Lee Jr. and William McClaren, 1959-1971

Box 31   Folder 5

Burkhard, Arthur, 1969-1970

Box 31   Folder 6

Burnham, Grace, 1958-1966

Box 31   Folder 7

Burr Homestead, 1960-1961

Box 31   Folder 8

Ca-Cl, general

Box 31   Folder 9

Chapman, John, 1960-1962

Box 31   Folder 10

Chelnov, Anatole and Jean, 1958-1960

Box 31   Folder 11

Chelnov, 1961-1963

Box 31   Folder 12

Chelnov, 1964-1966

Box 31   Folder 13

Chelnov, 1967-1970

Box 31   Folder 14

Chelnov, 1971-1972

Box 32   Folder 1

Coa-Cos, general

Box 32   Folder 2

Cornwall, Laurence, 1957-1971

Box 32   Folder 3

Cosgriff, Stuart W., 1966-1969

Box 32   Folder 4

Cot-Cz, general

Box 32   Folder 5

Cotter, The Rev. John F., 1958-1966

Box 32   Folder 6

Cummings, Willard W., 1963-1970

Box 32   Folder 7

D, general

Box 32   Folder 8

Davis, A. M., 1958-1971

Box 32   Folder 9

Davis, Lew and Mathilde, 1958-1966

Box 32   Folder 10

Demakos, Nicholai, 1961-1970

Box 32   Folder 11

Der Harootian, Koren, 1959-1972

Box 32   Folder 12

Deutsch, Richard and Ronnie, 1958-1963

Box 32   Folder 13

Di Martini, Contessa Blanche, 1958-1972

Box 32   Folder 14

Ditson, Mr. and Mrs. Allen

Box 32   Folder 15

Dorr, William Ripley, 1958-1968

Box 32   Folder 16

Dotzel, Mrs. Capitola (Aunt Cap), 1958-1961

Box 32   Folder 17

E-F, general

Box 32   Folder 18

Emory, German H. H., 1961-1973

Box 32   Folder 19

Esquirol, John H., 1958-1971

Box 33   Folder 1

Events, social, 1959

Box 33   Folder 2

Events, social, 1960

Box 33   Folder 3

Events, social, 1961

Box 33   Folder 4

Events, social, 1962

Box 33   Folder 5

Events, social, 1963

Box 33   Folder 6

Events, social, 1964

Box 33   Folder 7

Events, social, 1965

Box 33   Folder 8

Events, social, 1966-1967

Box 33   Folder 9

Events, social, 1968-1972

Box 34   Folder 1

Events, invitations declined, general, 1958-1963

Box 34   Folder 2

Events, invitations declined, A-B, 1958-1959

Box 34   Folder 3

Events, invitations declined, A-B, 1960-1962

Box 34   Folder 4

Events, invitations declined, A-B, 1963-1968

Box 34   Folder 5

Events, invitations declined, C, 1958-1960

Box 34   Folder 6

Events, invitations declined, C, 1961-1968

Box 34   Folder 7

Events, invitations declined, D-L, 1958-1959

Box 34   Folder 8

Events, invitations declined, D-L, 1960-1962

Box 34   Folder 9

Events, invitations declined, D-L, 1963-1968

Box 34   Folder 10

Events, invitations declined, M-N, 1958-1960

Box 35   Folder 1

Events, invitations declined, M-N, 1961-1968

Box 35   Folder 2

Events, invitations declined, O-R, 1958-1968

Box 35   Folder 3

Events, invitations declined, S, 1958-1968

Box 35   Folder 4

Events, invitations declined, T-Z, 1958-1960

Box 35   Folder 5

Events, invitations declined, T-Z, 1961-1968

Box 35   Folder 6

Events, Christmas, 1958-1960

Box 35   Folder 7

Events, Christmas, 1961-1962

Box 35   Folder 8

Events, Christmas, 1963

Box 35   Folder 9

Events, Christmas, 1964

Box 35   Folder 10

Events, Christmas, 1965

Box 36   Folder 1

Events, Christmas, 1966-1967

Box 36   Folder 2

Events, Christmas, 1968-1969

Box 36   Folder 3

Events, Thanksgiving, 1958-1959

Box 36   Folder 4

Events, Thanksgiving, 1960-1969

Box 36   Folder 5

Events, politics, Connecticut, 1960-1965

Box 36   Folder 6

Events, politics, Connecticut, 1966-1972

Box 36   Folder 7

Events, politics, national, 1960-1962

Box 36   Folder 8

Events, politics, national, 1964

Box 36   Folder 9

Events, politics, national, 1965-1969

Box 36   Folder 10

Events, politics, national, 1972

Box 37   Folder 1

G, general

Box 37   Folder 2

Gervasi, Frank, 1958-1961

Box 37   Folder 3

Gervasi, Sean, 1958-1963

Box 37   Folder 4

Gilbert, A. M., 1958-1964

Box 37   Folder 5

Gilbert, 1965-1972

Box 37   Folder 6

Goldstein, Robert, 1958-1967

Box 37   Folder 7

Goldstein, 1968-1972

Box 37   Folder 8

Goren, Charles H., 1960-1972

Box 37   Folder 9

Graebner, Walter, 1958-1969

Box 37   Folder 10

Graebner, 1970-1973

Box 37   Folder 11

Granger, Ernest R., 1963-1972

Box 37   Folder 12

Graves, Eben and Marion, 1958-1973

Box 38   Folder 1

H, general

Box 38   Folder 2

Hebald, Milton, 1960-1973

Box 38   Folder 3

Henkel, Lotte, 1958-1969

Box 38   Folder 4

Hirsch, Joseph, 1959-1972

Box 38   Folder 5

Hixson, Ned and Olga, 1959-1967

Box 38   Folder 6

Hixson, 1968-1972

Box 38   Folder 7

Hyman, Sidney, 1959-1972

Box 38   Folder 8

I-K, general

Box 38   Folder 9

L, general

Box 38   Folder 10

Largey, Joan and Louis, 1958-1973

Box 38   Folder 11

Lax, Henry and Clara, 1959-1973

Box 38   Folder 12

Lewis, Robert J., 1958-1972

Box 38   Folder 13

Lowry, Patsy Palmer, 1958-1967

Box 39   Folder 1

Ma-Mc, general

Box 39   Folder 2

Marsh, Felicia (Mrs. Reginald), 1958-1973

Box 39   Folder 3

Marvin, H. M., 1957-1973

Box 39   Folder 4

Me-O, general

Box 39   Folder 5

Montgomery, Douglass and Kath, 1958-1968

Box 39   Folder 6

Morton, Katherine, 1963-1971

Box 39   Folder 7

Moss, Kathryn, 1958

Box 39   Folder 8

Newhall, Evangeline and Charles Watson, Jr., 1962-1970

Box 39   Folder 9

P-Q, general

Box 39   Folder 10

Parsons, David, 1959-1972

Box 39   Folder 11

Peabody, Celia, 1958-1973

Box 39   Folder 12

Peters, Brandoch, 1963-1967

Box 39   Folder 13

Peters, William Wesley, 1959-1973

Box 40   Folder 1

Poor, Henry Varnum, 1958-1969

Box 40   Folder 2

Poor, Mrs. Henry Varnum, 1970-1971

Box 40   Folder 3

Popham, Melinda and family, 1966-1972

Box 40   Folder 4

Potter, Greta L., 1970-1972

Box 40   Folder 5

Potter, Miriam and Zenas, 1958

Box 40   Folder 6

Potter, Miriam, 1959

Box 40   Folder 7

Potter, 1960-1961

Box 40   Folder 8

Potter, 1962-1964

Box 40   Folder 9

Potter, financial, 1960-1963

Box 40   Folder 10

R, general

Box 40   Folder 11

Ricketts, Henry T., 1961-1973

Box 40   Folder 12

Rochford, Daniel, 1961-1973

Box 40   Folder 13

Rodgers, Dorothy and Richard, 1958-1973

Box 40   Folder 14

Rosenberg, James N., 1958-1961

Box 40   Folder 15

Rosenberg, 1962-1969

Box 41   Folder 1

Sa-Sc, general

Box 41   Folder 2

Sandburg, Carl

Box 41   Folder 3

Sanderson, Alice, 1958-1967

Box 41   Folder 4

Sanderson, 1968-1973

Box 41   Folder 5

Sasowsky, Norman, 1960-1963

Box 41   Folder 6

Sasowsky, 1964-1969

Box 41   Folder 7

Sasowsky, 1970-1971

Box 41   Folder 8

Sasowsky, 1972-1973

Box 41   Folder 9

Se-Sk, general

Box 41   Folder 10

Shamres, Arnold

Box 41   Folder 11

Silk, Anne

Box 41   Folder 12

Silvercruys, Baroness Rosemary McMahon

Box 41   Folder 13

Sm-Sp, general

Box 41   Folder 14

Smellie, Richard

Box 41   Folder 15

Smith, Margaret Potter, 1958-1971

Box 41   Folder 16

Snow, Isabelle

Box 42   Folder 1

Spears, Edward and Mary

Box 42   Folder 2

Spring, George and Barbara

Box 42   Folder 3

St, general

Box 42   Folder 4

Storm, Langdon

Box 42   Folder 5

Stout, Doloret Roule, 1958-1959

Box 42   Folder 6

Stout, 1960-1973

Box 42   Folder 7

Su-Sz, general

Box 42   Folder 8

Sutherland, Beth and Charles, 1958-1961

Box 42   Folder 9

Sutherland, 1962-1964

Box 42   Folder 10

Sutherland, 1965-1966

Box 42   Folder 11

Sutherland, 1967-1968

Box 42   Folder 12

Sutherland, 1969-1970

Box 42   Folder 13

Sutherland, 1971-1972

Box 42   Folder 14

Sutherland, Peter and Barbara

Box 42   Folder 15

T-W, general

Box 42   Folder 16

Thurston, Lorrin and Barbara, 1958-1972

Box 43   Folder 1

Tree, Marietta, 1959-1964

Box 43   Folder 2

Tree, 1965-1967

Box 43   Folder 3

Tree, 1968

Box 43   Folder 4

Tree, 1969-1973

Box 43   Folder 5

Trinity Parish, 1958-1971

Box 43   Folder 6

Ullman, Mr. and Mrs. George, 1958-1972

Box 43   Folder 7

Vieta, John O. and family, 1969-1973

Box 43   Folder 8

Wadely, Anne and Harold, 1959-1972

Box 43   Folder 9

Wheeler, L. C. (Roy), 1958-1972

Box 43   Folder 10

Williams, Anne, 1959-1970

Box 43   Folder 11

Williams, David and Deedie, 1958-1966

Box 43   Folder 12

Williams, 1967-1968

Box 43   Folder 13

Williams, 1969-1973

Box 43   Folder 14

Williams, David H., 1970-1971

Box 44   Folder 1

Williams, Howard, 1968-1973

Box 44   Folder 2

Wright, Frank Lloyd and projects, 1958-1969

Box 44   Folder 3

Wright, Iovanna Lloyd, 1961-1971

Box 44   Folder 4

Wright, Olgivanna, 1957-1973

Box 44   Folder 5

X-Z, general

Sub-subseries 5: Travel Files

Box 45   Folder 1

Baltic cruise 1960, general

Box 45   Folder 2

Baltic cruise 1960, finance

Box 45   Folder 3

Baltic cruise 1960, resource file

Box 45   Folder 4

Baltic cruise 1960, itinerary

Box 45   Folder 5

Baltic cruise 1960, lists

Box 45   Folder 6

Baltic cruise 1960, guests, A-L

Box 45   Folder 7

Baltic cruise 1960, guests, M-Z

Box 45   Folder 8

Baltic cruise 1960, travel arrangements

Box 45   Folder 9

Canada, Expo '67

Box 45   Folder 10

Chicago, 1959-1961

Box 45   Folder 11

Chicago, 1962-1971

Box 45   Folder 12

Chicago, 1965-1971

Box 46   Folder 1

China trip 1955-1957, general

Box 46   Folder 2

China trip 1955-1957, general

Box 46   Folder 3

China trip 1955-1957, consultants, general, #1

Box 46   Folder 4

China trip 1955-1957, consultants, general, #2

Box 46   Folder 5

China trip 1955-1957, consultants, general, #3

Box 46   Folder 6

China trip 1955-1957, consultants, Boorman, Chauncey, Clubb, Doak

Box 46   Folder 7

China trip 1955-1957, consultants, Britannica editors

Box 46   Folder 8

China trip 1955-1957, consultants, Ford, Hu, Lee, Lui

Box 46   Folder 9

China trip 1955-1957, consultants, Mills, Preece

Box 46   Folder 10

China trip 1955-1957, consultants, Roads, Stone, Reiner, Winters, Chen

Box 47   Folder 1

China trip 1955-1957, February 19, 1959 dinner

Box 47   Folder 2

China trip 1955-1957, admission, general

Box 47   Folder 3

China trip 1955-1957, admission, passport

Box 47   Folder 4

China trip 1955-1957, admission, passport

Box 47   Folder 5

China trip 1955-1957, admission, visa, general, 1959

Box 47   Folder 6

China trip 1955-1957, admission, visa, general, 1960-1966

Box 47   Folder 7

China trip 1955-1957, admission, visa, general, 1969-1971

Box 47   Folder 8

China trip 1955-1957, visa efforts

Box 47   Folder 9

Chinese officials, general, 1971-1972

Box 47   Folder 10

Chinese officials, Academy of Science and Chou-en-Lai correspondence

Box 48   Folder 1

Crimea Conference 1961, lists, agenda, and resources

Box 48   Folder 2

Crimea Conference 1961, pre-conference

Box 48   Folder 3

Crimea Conference 1961, post-conference

Box 48   Folder 4

Dartmouth Conference, 1960

Box 48   Folder 5

Dartmouth Conference, #2

Box 48   Folder 6

Britannica field trip, 1958

Box 48   Folder 7

England 1969, #1

Box 48   Folder 8

England 1969, #2

Box 49   Folder 1

Europe, Spain and Portugal trip, 1954-1957

Box 49   Folder 2

Europe, Brussels Fair, 1958

Box 49   Folder 3

Europe, 1959

Box 49   Folder 4

Europe, 1960

Box 49   Folder 5

Europe, 1961-1962

Box 49   Folder 6

Europe, 1965-1969

Box 49   Folder 7

Europe, 1970-1972

Box 50   Folder 1

Far East and Israel 1969, planning, #1

Box 50   Folder 2

Far East and Israel 1969, #2

Box 50   Folder 3

Far East and Israel 1969, #3

Box 50   Folder 4

Far East and Israel 1969, #4

Box 50   Folder 5

Far East and Israel 1969, #5

Box 50   Folder 6

Israel, 1970

Box 50   Folder 7

Florida, 1958-1961

Box 50   Folder 8

Florida, 1963-1968

Box 50   Folder 9

Florida, 1971-1972

Box 51   Folder 1

General travel, 1953-1956

Box 51   Folder 2

General travel, 1958-1973

Box 51   Folder 3

Greek Islands 1953-1955, #1

Box 51   Folder 4

Greek Islands 1953-1955, #2

Box 51   Folder 5

Greek Islands 1953-1955, #3

Box 51   Folder 6

Greek Islands cruise 1961, general

Box 51   Folder 7

Greek Islands cruise 1961, finance

Box 51   Folder 8

Greek Islands cruise 1961, resource file

Box 51   Folder 9

Greek Islands cruise 1961, itinerary

Box 51   Folder 10

Greek Islands cruise 1961, lists

Box 51   Folder 11

Greek Islands cruise 1961, guests, A-L

Box 51   Folder 12

Greek Islands cruise 1961, guests, M-Z

Box 51   Folder 13

Greek Islands cruise 1961, travel arrangements

Box 52   Folder 1

Japan, 1970

Box 52   Folder 2

Kenya safari, 1958-1962

Box 52   Folder 3

Latin America trip, background, general

Box 52   Folder 4

Latin America trip, background, advisers and consultants, general

Box 52   Folder 5

Latin America trip, background, advisers and consultants, Britannica and Britannica Films, Holland, Jorrin

Box 52   Folder 6

Latin America trip, background, advisers and consultants, McCullough, Prewitt

Box 52   Folder 7

Latin America trip, background, advisers and consultants, Silvert

Box 52   Folder 8

Latin America trip, background, advisers and consultants, Smith, State Department

Box 52   Folder 9

Latin America trip, Britannica and Britannica Films, business

Box 52   Folder 10

Latin America trip, publicity, Benton

Box 53   Folder 1

Latin America trip, publicity, Britannica

Box 53   Folder 2

Latin America trip, accounts payable

Box 53   Folder 3

Latin America trip, equipment and services

Box 53   Folder 4

Latin America trip, scheduling

Box 53   Folder 5

Latin America trip, Argentina

Box 53   Folder 6

Latin America trip, Brazil

Box 53   Folder 7

Latin America trip, Chile

Box 53   Folder 8

Latin America trip, Colombia

Box 53   Folder 9

Latin America trip, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Guatemala

Box 53   Folder 10

Latin America trip, Mexico

Box 53   Folder 11

Latin America trip, Panama, Peru, Uruguay, Venezula

Box 54   Folder 1

Los Angeles, 1959-1960

Box 54   Folder 2

Mediterranean cruise 1959

Box 54   Folder 3

Mediterranean cruise 1959, "Flying Clipper"

Box 54   Folder 4

Mediterranean cruise 1959, guests

Box 54   Folder 5

Mediterranean cruise 1959, invitations declined

Box 54   Folder 6

Mediterranean cruise 1959, guests, Charles and John Benton

Box 54   Folder 7

Mediterranean cruise 1959, guests, Stevensons

Box 54   Folder 8

Mediterranean cruise 1959, legal

Box 54   Folder 9

Mediterranean cruise 1959, schedules and itinerary

Box 54   Folder 10

Mediterranean cruise 1959, reservations and travel arrangements

Box 55   Folder 1

Mediterranean cruise 1963, general

Box 55   Folder 2

Mediterranean cruise 1963, finance

Box 55   Folder 3

Mediterranean cruise 1963, itinerary

Box 55   Folder 4

Mediterranean cruise 1963, resource file

Box 55   Folder 5

Mediterranean cruise 1963, yachting party, general

Box 55   Folder 6

Mediterranean cruise 1963, yachting party, arrangements and reservations

Box 55   Folder 7

Mediterranean cruise 1963, yachting party, A-L

Box 55   Folder 8

Mediterranean cruise 1963, yachting party, M-Z

Box 55   Folder 9

Offut (SAC) Base, 1958-1959

Box 56   Folder 1

Pre-1940 travel, Europe, 1935

Box 56   Folder 2

Pre-1940 travel, general, Jan.-June 1937

Box 56   Folder 3

Pre-1940 travel, general, July-Dec. 1937

Box 56   Folder 4

Pre-1940 travel, letters of introduction

Box 56   Folder 5

Pre-1940 travel, Europe, 1938

Box 57   Folder 1

Reservations and arrangements, 1958-1959

Box 57   Folder 2

Reservations and arrangements, 1960

Box 57   Folder 3

Reservations and arrangements, 1961

Box 57   Folder 4

Reservations and arrangements, 1962

Box 57   Folder 5

Reservations and arrangements, 1963

Box 57   Folder 6

Reservations and arrangements, 1964-1966

Box 57   Folder 7

Reservations and arrangements, 1967-1969

Box 58   Folder 1

Rome, Olympics, 1958-1960

Box 58   Folder 2

Russian trip 1955, background

Box 58   Folder 3

Russian trip 1955, advisers and consultants, general

Box 58   Folder 4

Russian trip 1955, advisers and consultants, Kennan, Grace

Box 58   Folder 5

Russian trip 1955, advisers and consultants, Roddan, Salisbury

Box 58   Folder 6

Russian trip 1955, advisers and consultants, Smogorzewski, Taurer, Tucker

Box 58   Folder 7

Russian trip 1955, advisers and consultants, Zinner

Box 58   Folder 8

Russian trip 1955, Britannica and Britannica Films, business

Box 58   Folder 9

Russian trip 1955, publicity

Box 59   Folder 1

Russian trip 1955, administration, general

Box 59   Folder 2

Russian trip 1955, administration, finance, apparel, equipment

Box 59   Folder 3

Russian trip 1955, administration, passport, visas

Box 59   Folder 4

Russian trip 1955, countries visited, itinerary

Box 59   Folder 5

Russian trip 1955, countries visited, A-T

Box 59   Folder 6

Russian trip 1955, countries, U.S.S.R.

Box 59   Folder 7

Russian trip 1962, background

Box 59   Folder 8

Russian trip 1962, administration

Box 59   Folder 9

Russian trip 1962, pre-trip development

Box 60   Folder 1

Russian trip 1962, post-trip development, general, Britannica and Britannica Films

Box 60   Folder 2

Russian trip 1962, post-trip development, Russian officials

Box 60   Folder 3

Russian trip 1962, post-trip development, U. S. government

Box 60   Folder 4

Russian trip 1964, pre-trip planning

Box 60   Folder 5

Russian trip 1964, publicity

Box 60   Folder 6

Russian trip 1964, post-trip developments, general

Box 60   Folder 7

Russian trip 1964, post-trip developments, Britannica and Britannica Films

Box 60   Folder 8

Russian trip 1964, post-trip developments, Russian officials

Box 60   Folder 9

Russian trip 1964, post-trip developments, U. S. government

Box 61   Folder 1

South Seas cruise, 1958

Box 61   Folder 2

South Seas cruise, 1963

Box 61   Folder 3

South Seas cruise, 1967

Box 61   Folder 4

South Seas cruise, 1968-1969

Box 61   Folder 5

Summer 1962

Box 61   Folder 6

Summer cruise, proposed, 1968

Box 62   Folder 1

Turkish coast cruise, general

Box 62   Folder 2

Turkish coast cruise, yachting party, A-L

Box 62   Folder 3

Turkish coast cruise yachting party, M-Z

Box 62   Folder 4

Turkish coast cruise 1971, general

Box 62   Folder 5

Turkish coast cruise 1971, finance

Box 62   Folder 6

Turkish coast cruise 1971, resource file

Box 62   Folder 7

Turkish coast cruise 1971, itinerary

Box 62   Folder 8

Turkish coast cruise 1971, yachting party, general

Box 62   Folder 9

Turkish coast cruise 1971, yachting party, guests

Box 63   Folder 1

Yachts, 1963-1967

Box 63   Folder 2

Yachts, 1968-1972

Box 63   Folder 3

Yachts, Doxiadis, 1969

Box 63   Folder 4

Yachts, Tritona, 1958

Subseries 2: General Correspondence

Sub-subseries 1: 1930-1940

Box 64   Folder 1

A, general

Box 64   Folder 2

B, general

Box 64   Folder 3

Bowles, Chester, 1936-1937

Box 64   Folder 4

Bowles, 1938

Box 64   Folder 5

Bowles, 1939

Box 64   Folder 6

Bowles, 1940

Box 64   Folder 7

Brown, Lewis, 1937-1940

Box 64   Folder 8

C, general

Box 64   Folder 9

Childs, Helen, 1939

Box 64   Folder 10

D, general

Box 64   Folder 11

Delacorte, George, 1935-1940

Box 64   Folder 12

E-F, general

Box 64   Folder 13

G, general

Box 64   Folder 14

Goldstein, Robert, 1936-1940

Box 65   Folder 1

Ha-Hi, general

Box 65   Folder 2

Hale, E. V., 1938-1941

Box 65   Folder 3

Hartwell, Jobson and Kibber, 1940

Box 65   Folder 4

Ho-Hz, general

Box 65   Folder 5

Hurd, Arthur M., 1940

Box 65   Folder 6

I, general

Box 65   Folder 7

J, general

Box 65   Folder 8

K, general

Box 65   Folder 9

L, general

Box 65   Folder 10

LaFollette, Philip, 1937-1939

Box 65   Folder 11

LaFollette, 1940

Box 65   Folder 12

LaFollette, Robert M., 1937-1940

Box 65   Folder 13

Lasswell, Harold D., 1936-1940

Box 65   Folder 14

Lemmon, Guy, 1935-1940

Box 65   Folder 15

Little, Edward H., 1939-1940

Box 65   Folder 16

Luce, Henry R., 1938-1939

Box 65   Folder 17

Lyon, George H., 1940

Box 66   Folder 1

M, general

Box 66   Folder 2

Marsh, Reginald, 1939-1940

Box 66   Folder 3

Merrill, Charles, 1936-1939

Box 66   Folder 4

Na-No, general

Box 66   Folder 5

Needham, Maurice H., 1936-1937

Box 66   Folder 6

O-Q, general

Box 66   Folder 7

R, general

Box 66   Folder 8

Rochford, Daniel, 1938-1940

Box 66   Folder 9

Rubicam, Raymond, 1936-1940

Box 66   Folder 10

Ruhm, Herman, 1937-1940

Box 66   Folder 11

Ryan, T. L., 1938-1940

Box 66   Folder 12

S, general

Box 66   Folder 13

Schleiter, Walter B., 1935-1940

Box 66   Folder 14

Strauss, Helen

Box 67   Folder 1

T, general

Box 67   Folder 2

Tallman, Bertha, 1940

Box 67   Folder 3

Thurston, Lorrin P., 1937-1940

Box 67   Folder 4

Time, Inc., 1936-1940

Box 67   Folder 5

Tracey, Eugene A., 1937-1940

Box 67   Folder 6

U-V, general

Box 67   Folder 7

Van Meter, Galen, 1933-1936

Box 67   Folder 8

Van Meter, 1937-1940

Box 67   Folder 9

W, general

Box 67   Folder 10

Wattley, Joan, 1940

Box 67   Folder 11

X-Z, general

Box 67   Folder 12

Yale University, 1931-1940

Box 67   Folder 13

Young, James W., 1936-1939

Box 67   Folder 14

Young, John O., 1936-1940

Sub-subseries 2: 1941-1947

Box 68   Folder 1

A, general

Box 68   Folder 2

Ba-Be, general

Box 68   Folder 3

Barton, Bruce, 1941-1947

Box 68   Folder 4

Bell, Laird, 1944-1947

Box 68   Folder 5

Bi-Bri, general

Box 68   Folder 6

Bingham, Alfred, 1942-1947

Box 68   Folder 7

Birk, Louis, 1945

Box 69   Folder 1

Bowles, Chester, 1941

Box 69   Folder 2

Bowles, 1942

Box 69   Folder 3

Bowles, 1943

Box 69   Folder 4

Bowles, 1944

Box 69   Folder 5

Bowles, 1945

Box 69   Folder 6

Bowles, 1946

Box 69   Folder 7

Bowles, Jan.-June 1947

Box 69   Folder 8

Bowles, July-Dec. 1947

Box 70   Folder 1

British Museum proposal, 1940-1941

Box 70   Folder 2

Bro-Bz, general

Box 70   Folder 3

Brown, Lewis H., 1943-1946

Box 70   Folder 4

Buchbinder, Hazel, 1944-1945

Box 70   Folder 5

Buck, Pearl S., 1944-1947

Box 70   Folder 6

Burns, Robert K., 1944-1945

Box 70   Folder 7

Bye, George T., 1942-1944

Box 71   Folder 1

C, general

Box 71   Folder 2

Cheyfitz, Edward

Box 71   Folder 3

Cole, A. L., 1942-1947

Box 71   Folder 4

Colgate, S. Bayard, 1941-1947

Box 71   Folder 5

Cowles, Gardner, 1944-1945

Box 71   Folder 6

Coyle, Joanne, 1942-1943

Box 71   Folder 7

D, general

Box 71   Folder 8

David, Donald, 1944-1945

Box 71   Folder 9

Davis, Smith, 1942-1947

Box 71   Folder 10

Delacorte, George, Jr., 1941-1945

Box 71   Folder 11

Dodd, John, 1943-1945

Box 71   Folder 12

R. R. Donnelley and Sons, 1945-1947

Box 71   Folder 13

E, general

Box 71   Folder 14

Emmerich, Herbert, 1944-1945

Box 72   Folder 1

F, general

Box 72   Folder 2

Field, Marshall, 1942-1947

Box 72   Folder 3

Fizdale, Tom, 1941-1945

Box 72   Folder 4

Fly, James Lawrence, 1941-1945

Box 72   Folder 5

Francisco, Don, 1941-1946

Box 72   Folder 6

Ga-Gl, general

Box 72   Folder 7

Gager, Curt, 1940-1947

Box 72   Folder 8

Galbraith, J. Kenneth, 1944-1945

Box 72   Folder 9

Go-Gz, general

Box 72   Folder 10

Goldstein, Robert, 1941-1947

Box 72   Folder 11

Gould, Bruce, 1945-1947

Box 72   Folder 12

Gould, Jay, 1941-1947

Box 72   Folder 13

Guinness, Arthur, 1941-1947

Box 73   Folder 1

Ha-Hi, general

Box 73   Folder 2

Hale, Edward V., 1941-1947

Box 73   Folder 3

Hard, William, 1944-1946

Box 73   Folder 4

Harrison, Wallace K., 1941-1947

Box 73   Folder 5

Ho-Hz, general

Box 73   Folder 6

Hoffman, Paul, 1941-1947

Box 73   Folder 7

Hormel, Jay, 1944-1947

Box 73   Folder 8

Hutchinson, Paul, 1944-1947

Box 73   Folder 9

I, general

Box 73   Folder 10

Ingersoll, Ralph and Elaine, 1941-1947

Box 73   Folder 11

J, general

Box 73   Folder 12

Janeway, Eliot, 1944-1945

Box 73   Folder 13

Jessup, John K., 1944

Box 74   Folder 1

Johnson, Robert L., 1941-1945

Box 74   Folder 2

Johnston, Eric A., 1943-1947

Box 74   Folder 3

Jones, Owen, 1943-1946

Box 74   Folder 4

Ka-Ke, general

Box 74   Folder 5

Kanzler, Ernest, 1945

Box 74   Folder 6

Kauffmann-Grinstead, Dr. Kurt, 1941-1945

Box 74   Folder 7

Kaye, Sydney M., 1942-1944

Box 74   Folder 8

Keiffer, Elaine Brown, 1943-1945

Box 74   Folder 9

Kesten, Paul W., 1944-1945

Box 74   Folder 10

Ki-Kz, general

Box 74   Folder 11

Krause, William W., 1941-1943

Box 74   Folder 12

La, general

Box 74   Folder 13

LaFollette, Philip F., 1941-1947

Box 74   Folder 14

LaFollette, Robert M., 1941-1947

Box 74   Folder 15

LaRoche, Chester, 1942-1947

Box 75   Folder 1

Lasswell, Harold, 1941-1944

Box 75   Folder 2

Lasswell, 1945-1947

Box 75   Folder 3

Le, general

Box 75   Folder 4

Leffingwell, R. C., 1944-1945

Box 75   Folder 5

Lemmon, Guy, 1941-1947

Box 75   Folder 6

Levi, Edward H., 1944-1945

Box 75   Folder 7

Lf-Lz, general

Box 75   Folder 8

Lindbergh, Charles, 1941-1947

Box 75   Folder 9

Logan, Harlan, 1944-1947

Box 75   Folder 10

Lovenstein, Meno

Box 75   Folder 11

Luce, Clare Booth, 1941-1947

Box 75   Folder 12

Luce, Henry R., 1941-1947

Box 76   Folder 1

Ma, general

Box 76   Folder 2

Maverick, Maury, 1944-1947

Box 76   Folder 3

Mazur, Paul, 1941-1942

Box 76   Folder 4

Mc, general

Box 76   Folder 5

McCormick, Robert, 1941-1946

Box 76   Folder 6

Me-Mi, general

Box 76   Folder 7

Miller, Allan, 1941-1947

Box 76   Folder 8

Mo-Mz, general

Box 76   Folder 9

Montague, Gilbert, 1944-1946

Box 76   Folder 10

Montgomery, Douglass, 1941-1942

Box 76   Folder 11

Moore, Ray W., 1942-1947

Box 76   Folder 12

Motley, Arthur H., 1944-1947

Box 76   Folder 13

Muldowney, Silvester, 1941-1947

Box 76   Folder 14

N-O, general

Box 77   Folder 1

National Committee on Maternal Health, Inc., 1942

Box 77   Folder 2

Nichols, William, 1945-1947

Box 77   Folder 3

O'Brien, Philip, 1945-1947

Box 77   Folder 4

Pa, general

Box 77   Folder 5

Patton, James G., 1945-1947

Box 77   Folder 6

Paul's Tax Proposals, 1942

Box 77   Folder 7

Pe-Q, general

Box 77   Folder 8

Porter, Paul A., 1946-1947

Box 77   Folder 9

Pritchard, Edward, 1944-1945

Box 77   Folder 10

Ra-Ri, general

Box 77   Folder 11

Revere, Tom, 1941-1947

Box 77   Folder 12

Richardson, H. Smith, 1941-1942

Box 78   Folder 1

Ro-Rz, general

Box 78   Folder 2

Rochford, Daniel, 1941-1945

Box 78   Folder 3

Rockfeller, David, John, Laurance, Nelson, 1941-1947

Box 78   Folder 4

Rogers, James, 1941-1946

Box 78   Folder 5

Rosenberg, Anna, 1941-1947

Box 78   Folder 6

Rubicam, Raymond, 1941-1947

Box 78   Folder 7

Ruhm, Herman D., 1941-1947

Box 78   Folder 8

Ruml, Beardsley, 1941-1947

Box 78   Folder 9

Sa-Sk, general

Box 78   Folder 10

Scherman, Harry, 1941-1946

Box 78   Folder 11

Schuster, M. Lincoln (Max), 1941-1946

Box 78   Folder 12

Schleiter, Walter, 1941-1947

Box 79   Folder 1

Shaw, Alejandro, 1944-1946

Box 79   Folder 2

Shaw, Arch W., 1944-1947

Box 79   Folder 3

Sheperdson, William, 1945

Box 79   Folder 4

Shubart, Harry E., 1942-1947

Box 79   Folder 5

Siepman, Charles, 1944-1946

Box 79   Folder 6

Sl-Sp, general

Box 79   Folder 7

St-Sz, general

Box 79   Folder 8

Stebbins, Frances F., 1943-1947

Box 79   Folder 9

Sterling, John C., 1947

Box 79   Folder 10

T, general

Box 79   Folder 11

Tallman, Bertha, 1941-1942

Box 79   Folder 12

Taylor, Howard C., 1942-1946

Box 79   Folder 13

Thomas, Norman, 1942-1945

Box 79   Folder 14

Thurston, Lorrin P., 1941-1945

Box 79   Folder 15

Tracey, Eugene A., 1941-1947

Box 79   Folder 16

Trammell, Niles, 1941-1947

Box 80   Folder 1

U-V, general

Box 80   Folder 2

Van Meter, Galen, 1941-1944

Box 80   Folder 3

Van Meter, 1945-1947

Box 80   Folder 4

Vansittart, Lord, 1943-1945

Box 80   Folder 5

Vogel, Frank, 1941-1947

Box 80   Folder 6

Wa, general

Box 80   Folder 7

Wallace, DeWitt, 1941-1947

Box 80   Folder 8

Walsh, J. Raymond, 1944-1947

Box 80   Folder 9

Wanger, Walter F., 1941-1947

Box 80   Folder 10

Warren, Lingan A., 1944-1945

Box 80   Folder 11

War-related correspondence, general

Box 80   Folder 12

We, general

Box 80   Folder 13

Wh, general

Box 80   Folder 14

White, Thomas J., 1941-1944

Box 80   Folder 15

Wi, general

Box 81   Folder 1

Wo-Wr, general

Box 81   Folder 2

Wood, Gen. Robert E., 1941-1947

Box 81   Folder 3

X-Z, general

Box 81   Folder 4

Young, James W., 1941-1947

Box 81   Folder 5

Zimmerman, Herbert P., 1942-1947

Box 81   Folder 6

Zurcher, Arnold J., 1945

Sub-subseries 3: 1948-1957

Box 82   Folder 1

Aa-Ad, general

Box 82   Folder 2

Adams, Taylor, 1947-1956

Box 82   Folder 3

Adler, Mortimer, 1948-1950

Box 82   Folder 4

Adler, 1951-1957

Box 82   Folder 5

Ag-Ai, general

Box 82   Folder 6

Al, general

Box 82   Folder 7

Allen, C. Stanley, 1951-1954

Box 82   Folder 8

Allen, 1955-1957

Box 82   Folder 9

Altschul, Frank, 1950-1957

Box 83   Folder 1

Am, general

Box 83   Folder 2

American Assembly, 1957

Box 83   Folder 3

American Association for the United Nations, 1950-1957

Box 83   Folder 4

American Civil Liberties Union, 1949-1957

Box 83   Folder 5

American Committee on United Europe, 1956-1957

Box 83   Folder 6

American Foreign Service Association, 1947-1956

Box 83   Folder 7

American Heritage Foundation, 1956-1957

Box 83   Folder 8

American Political Science Association

Box 84   Folder 1

An, general

Box 84   Folder 2

Ap-Ar, general

Box 84   Folder 3

Ascoli, Max, 1949-1954

Box 84   Folder 4

As-Az, general

Box 84   Folder 5

Ba-Ban, general

Box 84   Folder 6

Balch, Richard, 1950-1957

Box 84   Folder 7

Bar, general

Box 84   Folder 8

Baron, Sydney, 1956-1957

Box 84   Folder 9

Barton, Bruce, 1949-1957

Box 85   Folder 1

Bas-Baz, general

Box 85   Folder 2

Bea-Bel, general

Box 85   Folder 3

Ben-Bez, general

Box 85   Folder 4

Berkson, Seymour, 1948-1956

Box 85   Folder 5

Bh-Bj, general

Box 85   Folder 6

Bimson, Walter R., 1948-1957

Box 85   Folder 7

Bl, general

Box 85   Folder 8

Bo, general

Box 86   Folder 1

Bowles, Chester, Jan.-June 1948

Box 86   Folder 2

Bowles, July-Dec. 1948

Box 86   Folder 3

Bowles, 1949

Box 86   Folder 4

Bowles, 1950

Box 86   Folder 5

Bowles, Jan.-June 1951

Box 86   Folder 6

Bowles, July-Dec. 1951

Box 86   Folder 7

Bowles, Jan.-June 1952

Box 86   Folder 8

Bowles, July-Dec. 1952

Box 87   Folder 1

Bowles, 1953

Box 87   Folder 2

Bowles, 1954

Box 87   Folder 3

Bowles, Tibetan scroll

Box 87   Folder 4

Bowles, 1955

Box 87   Folder 5

Bowles, 1956

Box 87   Folder 6

Bowles, Jan.-June 1957

Box 87   Folder 7

Bowles, July-Dec. 1957

Box 88   Folder 1

Br-Bz, general, #1

Box 88   Folder 2

Br-Bz, #2

Box 88   Folder 3

Br-Bz, #3

Box 88   Folder 4

Br-Bz, #4

Box 88   Folder 5

Br-Bz, #5

Box 88   Folder 6

Br-Bz, #6

Box 88   Folder 7

Braden, Spruille

Box 88   Folder 8

Brown, Sevelon

Box 89   Folder 1

Ca-Ce, general, #1

Box 89   Folder 2

Ca-Ce, #2

Box 89   Folder 3

Ca-Ce, #3

Box 89   Folder 4

Ca-Ce, #4

Box 89   Folder 5

Canham, Erwin D.

Box 90   Folder 1

Carleton College, 1948-1949

Box 90   Folder 2

Carleton College, 1950-1952

Box 90   Folder 3

Carleton College, 1953

Box 90   Folder 4

Carleton College, 1954

Box 90   Folder 5

Carleton College, 1955

Box 90   Folder 6

Carleton College, 1956-1957

Box 90   Folder 7

Cavers, David

Box 90   Folder 8

Cerf, Jay

Box 90   Folder 9

Ch-Ci, general

Box 90   Folder 10

Chafee, Zechariah

Box 91   Folder 1

Charles, Joseph

Box 91   Folder 2

Chevalier, Willard

Box 91   Folder 3

Childs, Marquis

Box 91   Folder 4

Cl, general

Box 91   Folder 5

Clark, Cameron

Box 91   Folder 6

Clark, William

Box 91   Folder 7

Clayton, William L.

Box 91   Folder 8

Co, general, #1

Box 91   Folder 9

Co, #2

Box 91   Folder 10

Co, #3

Box 91   Folder 11

Co, #4

Box 91   Folder 12

Co, #5

Box 92   Folder 1

Cohn, Dr. Alfred E.

Box 92   Folder 2

Colgate, S. Bayard

Box 92   Folder 3

Council on Foreign Relations (Chicago)

Box 92   Folder 4

Council on Foreign Relations (New York)

Box 92   Folder 5

Council on World Affairs

Box 92   Folder 6

Cousins, Norman

Box 92   Folder 7

Cr-Cz, general

Box 92   Folder 8

Cronin, Anne, 1956

Box 92   Folder 9

Cronin, Jan.-May 1957

Box 92   Folder 10

Cronin, June-Dec. 1957

Box 92   Folder 11

Crowther, Geoffrey

Box 93   Folder 1

Da-De, general, #1

Box 93   Folder 2

Da-De, #2

Box 93   Folder 3

David, Donald K.

Box 93   Folder 4

Davis, A. M.

Box 93   Folder 5

Delacorte, George

Box 93   Folder 6

Di-Do, general

Box 93   Folder 7

Donovan, William J.

Box 93   Folder 8

Dr-Dz, general, #1

Box 93   Folder 9

Dr-Dz, #2

Box 93   Folder 10

Dulles, John Foster

Box 94   Folder 1

E, general, #1

Box 94   Folder 2

E, #2

Box 94   Folder 3

Eisenhower, Milton

Box 94   Folder 4

Eisenhower Exchange Fellowships

Box 94   Folder 5

Ernst, Morris L.

Box 94   Folder 6

Ethridge, Mark

Box 94   Folder 7

Eurich, Alvin C.

Box 94   Folder 8

Evans, Luther

Box 95   Folder 1

Fa-Fl, general, #1

Box 95   Folder 2

Fa-Fl, #2

Box 95   Folder 3

Faust, Clarence

Box 95   Folder 4

Ferry, W. H. (Ping)

Box 95   Folder 5

Field, Marshall

Box 95   Folder 6

Finkelstein, Louis

Box 95   Folder 7

Finletter, Thomas

Box 95   Folder 8

Fletcher, C. Scott

Box 95   Folder 9

Flynn, Catherine

Box 96   Folder 1

Fo-Fz, general, #1

Box 96   Folder 2

Fo-Fz, #2

Box 96   Folder 3

Folsom, Marion

Box 96   Folder 4

Ford, Henry

Box 96   Folder 5

Foster, William C.

Box 96   Folder 6

Frances, Clarence

Box 96   Folder 7

Ga, general, #1

Box 96   Folder 8

Ga, #2

Box 96   Folder 9

Gager, Curtis H.

Box 96   Folder 10

Gi-Go, general

Box 96   Folder 11

Goldstein, Robert

Box 97   Folder 1

Gould, Bruce, 1948-1952

Box 97   Folder 2

Gould, 1953-1957

Box 97   Folder 3

Gould, Jay

Box 97   Folder 4

Gr-Gz, general, #1

Box 97   Folder 5

Gr-Gz, #2

Box 97   Folder 6

Graebner, Walter

Box 97   Folder 7

Greenfield, Edward

Box 97   Folder 8

Griswold, A. Whitney

Box 97   Folder 9

Guinness, Arthur

Box 98   Folder 1

Ha, general, #1

Box 98   Folder 2

Ha, #2

Box 98   Folder 3

Hale, Edward V.

Box 98   Folder 4

Hardman, David, 1948-1957

Box 98   Folder 5

Hardman, 1953-1957

Box 98   Folder 6

Haydon, Brownlee

Box 98   Folder 7

He-Hi, general, #1

Box 98   Folder 8

He-Hi, #2

Box 98   Folder 9

Hecht, George J.

Box 98   Folder 10

Hicks, Orton H.

Box 99   Folder 1

Ho, general, #1

Box 99   Folder 2

Ho, #2

Box 99   Folder 3

Hoffman, Michael L.

Box 99   Folder 4

Hoffman, Paul G., 1948-1949

Box 99   Folder 5

Hoffman, 1950-1952

Box 99   Folder 6

Hoffman, 1953-1954

Box 99   Folder 7

Hoffman, 1956-1957

Box 99   Folder 8

Holland, Kenneth

Box 99   Folder 9

Hormel, Jay

Box 100   Folder 1

Hu-Hz, general

Box 100   Folder 2

Hutchins, Robert M., 1948-1952

Box 100   Folder 3

Hutchins, 1953

Box 100   Folder 4

Hutchins, Jan.-June 1954

Box 100   Folder 5

Hutchins, July-Dec. 1954

Box 100   Folder 6

Hutchins, Jan.-April 1956

Box 100   Folder 7

Hutchins, May-Dec. 1956

Box 100   Folder 8

Hutchins, Jan.-June 1957

Box 100   Folder 9

Hutchins, July-Dec. 1957

Box 100   Folder 10

Hutchinson, Paul

Box 100   Folder 11

Hyde, Anthony

Box 101   Folder 1

I, general

Box 101   Folder 2

Ingersoll, Ralph

Box 101   Folder 3

International Trade Organization

Box 101   Folder 4

J, general

Box 101   Folder 5

Jacoby, Neil

Box 101   Folder 6

Jessup, John K.

Box 101   Folder 7

Johnston, Eric

Box 101   Folder 8

Joyce, Jean

Box 101   Folder 9

Joyce, William H.

Box 101   Folder 10

Ka-Ke, general, #1

Box 101   Folder 11

Ka-Ke, #2

Box 102   Folder 1

Ki-Kl, general

Box 102   Folder 2

King-Hall, Stephen

Box 102   Folder 3

Kintner, Robert

Box 102   Folder 4

Kl-Kz, general

Box 102   Folder 5

La, general

Box 102   Folder 6

LaFollette, Isen, Philip, Robert

Box 102   Folder 7

LaRoche, Chester J., 1948-1950

Box 102   Folder 8

LaRoche, 1951-1957

Box 102   Folder 9

Larsen, Roy E.

Box 102   Folder 10

Lasswell, Harold, 1948-1950

Box 103   Folder 1

Lasswell, 1951-1952

Box 103   Folder 2

Lasswell, 1953-1954

Box 103   Folder 3

Lasswell, 1956-1957

Box 103   Folder 4

Lazarus, Fred

Box 103   Folder 5

Le, general

Box 103   Folder 6

Levine, Joshua

Box 103   Folder 7

Levitan, David M.

Box 103   Folder 8

Li-Lo, general

Box 103   Folder 9

Lu-Lz, general

Box 103   Folder 10

Luce, Clare Booth

Box 103   Folder 11

Luce, Henry

Box 104   Folder 1

Ma-Mar, general

Box 104   Folder 2

MacLeish, Archibald

Box 104   Folder 3

Markel, Lester

Box 104   Folder 4

Martin, Harry

Box 104   Folder 5

Mas-Maz, general

Box 104   Folder 6

Mayer, Milton

Box 104   Folder 7

Mc, general, #1

Box 104   Folder 8

Mc, #2

Box 104   Folder 9

McCabe, Thomas B.

Box 105   Folder 1

Me, general

Box 105   Folder 2

Means, Gardiner

Box 105   Folder 3

Merrill, Charles

Box 105   Folder 4

Meynell, Alix

Box 105   Folder 5

Mi, general

Box 105   Folder 6

Mo, general, #1

Box 105   Folder 7

Mo, #2

Box 105   Folder 8

Mu-Mz, general

Box 105   Folder 9

Na, general

Box 105   Folder 10

Ne, general

Box 106   Folder 1

Ni, general

Box 106   Folder 2

Nichols, William

Box 106   Folder 3

No-Nz, general

Box 106   Folder 4

Nuveen, John

Box 106   Folder 5

O, general

Box 106   Folder 6

O'Meara, Walter

Box 106   Folder 7

Pa, general

Box 106   Folder 8

Pe-Pf, general

Box 106   Folder 9

Ph, general

Box 106   Folder 10

Pilgrims of the U. S.

Box 106   Folder 11

Pioda, Mary Emma, Apr.-Sept. 1955

Box 106   Folder 12

Pioda, Sept.-Dec. 1955

Box 107   Folder 1

Po, general

Box 107   Folder 2

Porter, Paul

Box 107   Folder 3

Pr-Pz, general

Box 107   Folder 4

Ra, general

Box 107   Folder 5

Randall, Clarence

Box 107   Folder 6

Rather, Victor

Box 107   Folder 7

Re, general

Box 107   Folder 8

Reed, Philip

Box 107   Folder 9

Reid, Ogden

Box 107   Folder 10

Reuther, Walter

Box 107   Folder 11

Ri, general

Box 108   Folder 1

Roa-Rol, general

Box 108   Folder 2

Rockefeller, Nelson

Box 108   Folder 3

Rollins College

Box 108   Folder 4

Rom-Roz

Box 108   Folder 5

Romulo, Carlos

Box 108   Folder 6

Rosenberg, Anna, 1948-1949

Box 108   Folder 7

Rosenberg, 1950-1952

Box 108   Folder 8

Rosenberg, 1953-1955

Box 108   Folder 9

Rosenberg, 1956-1957

Box 108   Folder 10

Rosenberg, James

Box 108   Folder 11

Rosten, Leo

Box 109   Folder 1

Ru-Rz, general

Box 109   Folder 2

Rubicam, Raymond

Box 109   Folder 3

Ruhm, Herbert, #1

Box 109   Folder 4

Ruhm, #2

Box 109   Folder 5

Ruml, Beardsley, 1948-1949

Box 109   Folder 6

Ruml, 1950-1952

Box 109   Folder 7

Ruml, 1953-1955

Box 109   Folder 8

Ruml, 1956-1957

Box 109   Folder 9

Rusk, Dean

Box 109   Folder 10

Russell, Reverend Galen

Box 109   Folder 11

Russell, Paul S.

Box 110   Folder 1

Sa, general, #1

Box 110   Folder 2

Sa, #2

Box 110   Folder 3

Sc, general, #1

Box 110   Folder 4

Sc, #2

Box 110   Folder 5

Scherman, Harry

Box 110   Folder 6

Schleiter, Walter, 1950-1955

Box 110   Folder 7

Schleiter, 1956-1957

Box 110   Folder 8

Schwartz, Harry

Box 110   Folder 9

Scudder, Townsend, 1952-1955

Box 110   Folder 10

Scudder, 1956-1957

Box 110   Folder 11

Se, general

Box 111   Folder 1

Sh, general

Box 111   Folder 2

Shehan, Bishop Lawrence J.

Box 111   Folder 3

Shubart, Harry E.

Box 111   Folder 4

Shuster, George

Box 111   Folder 5

Si, general

Box 111   Folder 6

Skouras, Spyros

Box 111   Folder 7

Sl-Sm, general, #1

Box 111   Folder 8

Sl-Sm, #2

Box 111   Folder 9

Sloan, Harold S.

Box 111   Folder 10

Smith, W. Bedell

Box 111   Folder 11

So, general

Box 111   Folder 12

Sp, general

Box 112   Folder 1

Sta-Ste, general

Box 112   Folder 2

Stanton, Frank

Box 112   Folder 3

Stein, Harold, 1949-1950

Box 112   Folder 4

Stein, 1956-1957

Box 112   Folder 5

Stewart, Robert B.

Box 112   Folder 6

Sto-Sty, general, #1

Box 112   Folder 7

Sto-Sty, #2

Box 112   Folder 8

Stoddard, George, 1948-1954

Box 112   Folder 9

Stoddard, 1955-1957

Box 112   Folder 10

Strelsin, Alfred

Box 113   Folder 1

Stuart, John

Box 113   Folder 2

Su-Sz, general

Box 113   Folder 3

Ta, general

Box 113   Folder 4

Taylor, John W.

Box 113   Folder 5

Testut, Richard

Box 113   Folder 6

Th, general, #1

Box 113   Folder 7

Th, #2

Box 113   Folder 8

Ti-To, general

Box 113   Folder 9

Tr-Tz, general

Box 113   Folder 10

Tracey, Eugene A.

Box 113   Folder 11

U, general, #1

Box 113   Folder 12

U, #2

Box 113   Folder 13

University City Realty Co.

Box 113   Folder 14

University of Connecticut

Box 114   Folder 1

V, general, #1

Box 114   Folder 2

V, #2

Box 114   Folder 3

Van Voorhies, Rousseau

Box 114   Folder 4

Van Meter, Galen, 1948-1949

Box 114   Folder 5

Van Meter, 1950-1952

Box 114   Folder 6

Van Meter, 1953

Box 114   Folder 7

Van Meter, 1954

Box 114   Folder 8

Van Meter, 1955

Box 114   Folder 9

Van Meter, 1956

Box 114   Folder 10

Van Meter, 1957

Box 115   Folder 1

Wa, general, #1

Box 115   Folder 2

Wa, #2

Box 115   Folder 3

Wallace, DeWitt

Box 115   Folder 4

Wanger, Walter

Box 115   Folder 5

We, general, #1

Box 115   Folder 6

We, #2

Box 115   Folder 7

Wh, general, #1

Box 115   Folder 8

Wh, #2

Box 115   Folder 9

Wheeler, Walter

Box 115   Folder 10

Whitney, John Hay

Box 115   Folder 11

Whitney, Robert A.

Box 115   Folder 12

Wi, general, #1

Box 115   Folder 13

Wi, #2

Box 116   Folder 1

Wilkins, Kathleen

Box 116   Folder 2

Williams, Chester

Box 116   Folder 3

Wilson, Howard

Box 116   Folder 4

Wo-Wz, general, #1

Box 116   Folder 5

Wo-Wz, #2

Box 116   Folder 6

Wood, General Robert E.

Box 116   Folder 7

Workman, Donna

Box 116   Folder 8

Wright, Louise

Box 116   Folder 9

Wriston, Henry

Box 116   Folder 10

Y-Z, general, #1

Box 116   Folder 11

Y-Z, #2

Box 116   Folder 12

Yale University, #1

Box 116   Folder 13

Yale University, #2

Box 116   Folder 14

Yale University, #3

Box 116   Folder 15

Young, James W.

Sub-subseries 4: 1958-1973

Box 117   Folder 1

Aa-Add, general

Box 117   Folder 2

Abram, Morris, 1968-1972

Box 117   Folder 3

Abrams, Harry N., 1958-1969

Box 117   Folder 4

Abrams, 1970-1973

Box 117   Folder 5

Adam, Arthur S., 1959

Box 117   Folder 6

Adams, Betty, 1958-1959

Box 117   Folder 7

Adams, Taylor, 1957-1968

Box 117   Folder 8

Ade-Agu, general

Box 117   Folder 9

Ades, Leslie, 1972-1973

Box 118   Folder 1

Adler, Mortimer, 1958-1961

Box 118   Folder 2

Adler, 1962-1964

Box 118   Folder 3

Adler, 1965-1968

Box 118   Folder 4

Adler, 1969-1973

Box 118   Folder 5

Agronsky, Martin, 1958-1970

Box 118   Folder 6

Ahe-Ale, general

Box 118   Folder 7

Aledort, Louis M., 1970-1971

Box 118   Folder 8

Alf-All, general

Box 118   Folder 9

Alinsky, Saul, 1960

Box 118   Folder 10

Allen, C. Stanley, 1958-1969

Box 119   Folder 1

Allen, James E., Jr., 1958-1972

Box 119   Folder 2

Alm-America-Italy, general

Box 119   Folder 3

Alsop, Stewart, 1959-1965

Box 119   Folder 4

American A-American B, general

Box 119   Folder 5

American Association for the United Nations, Inc.

Box 119   Folder 6

American C-American E, general

Box 119   Folder 7

American Civil Liberties Union, 1958-1973

Box 119   Folder 8

American Committee for Liberation, 1958-1964

Box 119   Folder 9

American Committee to Preserve Abu Simbel, 1965-1967

Box 120   Folder 1

The American Council for Judaism, 1958-1965

Box 120   Folder 2

American Council for Nationalities Service, 1959-1963

Box 120   Folder 3

American Educational Theatre Association, Inc., 1967

Box 120   Folder 4

American F-American K, general

Box 120   Folder 5

The American Heritage Foundation, 1958-1972

Box 12b1   Folder 1

American L-American Social, general

Box 12b1   Folder 2

The American Library in Paris, 1965-1971

Box 12b1   Folder 3

The American Museum of Natural History, 1961-1972

Box 12b1   Folder 4

The American Political Science Association, 1967-1972

Box 12b1   Folder 5

American Society-Amo, general

Box 12b1   Folder 6

American Universities Field Staff, 1959-1969

Box 12b1   Folder 7

The American University, 1961-1972

Box 12b1   Folder 8

Americans for Democratic Action, 1958-1963

Box 12b1   Folder 9

Americans for Democratic Action, 1964-1973

Box 122   Folder 1

An-Aq, general

Box 122   Folder 2

Anderson, Jack N., 1959-1972

Box 122   Folder 3

Andrews, Alexander S., Jr., including Avery, Hand & Co., 1969

Box 122   Folder 4

Annan, Noel, 1964

Box 122   Folder 5

Ar, general

Box 122   Folder 6

Arnold, Stanley, 1962-1968

Box 122   Folder 7

Arnspiger, Clyde and Fay, 1962-1971

Box 122   Folder 8

Arpaia, Anthony, 1958-1973

Box 122   Folder 9

As, general

Box 122   Folder 10

Ashmore, Harry S., 1958-1973

Box 122   Folder 11

The Asia Foundation, 1959-1972

Box 122   Folder 12

The Asia Society, 1969-1971

Box 122   Folder 13

At-Az, general

Box 122   Folder 14

The Atlantic Council of the United States, 1962-1972

Box 123   Folder 1

The Atlantic Institute, 1960-1962

Box 123   Folder 2

Attwood, William, 1965-1972

Box 123   Folder 3

Aubry, Alan, 1967-1972

Box 123   Folder 4

Ault, Bromwell, 1965-1970

Box 123   Folder 5

The Authors Guild, 1958-1971

Box 123   Folder 6

Bailey, Stephen K., 1958-1963

Box 123   Folder 7

Bailey, 1964-1968

Box 123   Folder 8

Bailey, 1969-1972

Box 123   Folder 9

Ba-Ban, general

Box 123   Folder 10

Bap-Bars, general

Box 123   Folder 11

Bard College, 1958-1960

Box 123   Folder 12

Barnard, Harry, 1958-1972

Box 123   Folder 13

Barrett, Edward V., 1958-1964

Box 123   Folder 14

Barrett, 1965-1972

Box 124   Folder 1

Bart-Baz, general

Box 124   Folder 2

Baruch, Bernard, 1959

Box 124   Folder 3

Bea-Bel, general

Box 124   Folder 4

Beaverbrook, Lord, 1958-1966

Box 124   Folder 5

Becker, Stephen, 1962-1965

Box 124   Folder 6

Behuncik, Edward, 1958-1971

Box 124   Folder 7

Bell, Laird and Nathalie, 1958-1967

Box 124   Folder 8

Ben-Bez, general

Box 124   Folder 9

Benjamin, Curtis P., 1959-1972

Box 124   Folder 10

Bennet, Douglas J., 1958-1972

Box 124   Folder 11

Benny, Jack, 1959-1968

Box 124   Folder 12

Bereday, George Z. F., 1964-1973

Box 124   Folder 13

Bernays, Edward, 1958-1969

Box 124   Folder 14

Bernays, 1970-1972

Box 124   Folder 15

Bessie, S. Michael, 1961-1972

Box 125   Folder 1

Bi-Blo, general

Box 125   Folder 2

Bimson, Walter R. and Nancy, 1958-1972

Box 125   Folder 3

Bingham, Alfred, 1958-1970

Box 125   Folder 4

Bingham, Barry, 1960-1972

Box 125   Folder 5

Biow, Milton, 1958-1968

Box 125   Folder 6

Blair, Edwin Foster, 1960-1970

Box 125   Folder 7

Blair, William McCormick, Jr., 1958-1960

Box 125   Folder 8

Blair, 1961-1963

Box 125   Folder 9

Blair, 1964-1966

Box 125   Folder 10

Blair, 1967-1973

Box 125   Folder 11

Bliss, Robert L., 1958-1973

Box 125   Folder 12

Block, Herbert L., 1958-1971

Box 125   Folder 13

Bloomgarden, Hank, 1959-1971

Box 126   Folder 1

Blu-Bn, general

Box 126   Folder 2

Bo, general

Box 126   Folder 3

Bok, Cary and Curtis, 1960-1961

Box 126   Folder 4

Bologna, Sando, 1958-1973

Box 127   Folder 1

Bowles, Chester, 1958

Box 127   Folder 2

Bowles, 1959

Box 127   Folder 3

Bowles, 1960

Box 127   Folder 4

Bowles, 1961

Box 127   Folder 5

Bowles, 1962-1963

Box 127   Folder 6

Bowles, 1964-1965

Box 127   Folder 7

Bowles, 1966

Box 127   Folder 8

Bowles, 1967

Box 127   Folder 9

Bowles, 1968

Box 127   Folder 10

Bowles, 1969-1970

Box 127   Folder 11

Bowles, 1971-1973

Box 128   Folder 1

Bra-Bri, general

Box 128   Folder 2

Brackman, Arthur, 1968

Box 128   Folder 3

Braden, Thomas W., 1968

Box 128   Folder 4

Braden, Spruille, 1961-1970

Box 128   Folder 5

Branscomb, Harvie, 1963-1971

Box 128   Folder 6

Breech, Ernest R., 1958-1961

Box 128   Folder 7

Brewster, Kingman, 1968-1972

Box 129   Folder 1

Bro-Bru, general

Box 129   Folder 2

Brodshaug, Melvin, 1958-1965

Box 129   Folder 3

Brookman, Laura Lou, 1961

Box 129   Folder 4

Brower, Charles H., 1958-1971

Box 129   Folder 5

Brown, Cecil, 1958-1972

Box 129   Folder 6

Brown, Courtney C., 1958-1971

Box 129   Folder 7

Brown, Harrison, including Rudd Brown, 1958-1967

Box 129   Folder 8

Brownlee, James F., 1958-1961

Box 129   Folder 9

Brucker, Herbert, 1958-1973

Box 129   Folder 10

Bu-Bz, general

Box 129   Folder 11

Buchwald, Arthur, 1959-1968

Box 129   Folder 12

Buckley, William F., Jr., 1964-1973

Box 129   Folder 13

Buckner, William G. (Pete), 1966

Box 130   Folder 1

Budds, John J., 1959-1973

Box 130   Folder 2

Bulger, Neil J., 1959-1962

Box 130   Folder 3

Burden, Mr. and Mrs. William A., 1959-1972

Box 130   Folder 4

Butler, Ralph Starr, 1958-1971

Box 130   Folder 5

Ca, 1958-1963

Box 130   Folder 6

Ca, 1964-1973

Box 130   Folder 7

Canfield, Cass, 1958-1961

Box 130   Folder 8

Ce-Ci, general, 1958-1962

Box 130   Folder 9

Ce-Ci, 1963-1967

Box 130   Folder 10

Ce-Ci, 1968-1973

Box 131   Folder 1

Chandler, Norman and Otis, 1962-1971

Box 131   Folder 2

Chase, Stuart, 1958-1972

Box 131   Folder 3

Cherne, Leo, 1958-1970

Box 131   Folder 4

Childs, Marquis, 1958-1963

Box 131   Folder 5

Childs, 1964-1973

Box 131   Folder 6

Churchill, Winston, Memorial and Library, 1967-1969

Box 131   Folder 7

Cieplinski, Michael, 1958-1966

Box 131   Folder 8

Cl, general

Box 131   Folder 9

Clark, Alexander and Frances, 1958-1967

Box 131   Folder 10

Clark, 1968-1973

Box 132   Folder 1

Clayton, William L., 1959-1967

Box 132   Folder 2

Clemow, Bice, 1959-1965

Box 132   Folder 3

Cleveland, Harlan, 1958-1964

Box 132   Folder 4

Cleveland, 1965-1967

Box 132   Folder 5

Cleveland, 1968-1973

Box 132   Folder 6

Clifford, Clark, 1960-1973

Box 132   Folder 7

Clinchy, Everett, 1958-1971

Box 132   Folder 8

Clurman, Richard, 1967-1973

Box 132   Folder 9

Coa-Col, 1958-1965

Box 132   Folder 10

Coa-Col, 1966-1973

Box 132   Folder 11

Cohen, Benjamin V., 1958-1961

Box 132   Folder 12

Cohen, Herbert L., 1958-1972

Box 133   Folder 1

Cole, Albert L., 1959-1965

Box 133   Folder 2

Coleman, P. Evans, 1969-1973

Box 133   Folder 3

Colgate, S. Bayard and Beatrice, 1958-1964

Box 133   Folder 4

Colgate-Palmolive Company, 1958-1965

Box 133   Folder 5

Colonial Williamsburg, 1958

Box 133   Folder 6

Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc., 1958-1963

Box 133   Folder 7

Columbia University, 1958-1961

Box 133   Folder 8

Columbia University, 1962-1963

Box 133   Folder 9

Columbia University, 1964-1967

Box 133   Folder 10

Columbia University, 1968-1972

Box 133   Folder 11

Colwell, Ernest C. (Pomp), 1959-1968

Box 134   Folder 1

Com-Con, general, 1958-1964

Box 134   Folder 2

Com-Con, 1965-1973

Box 134   Folder 3

Committee for International Economic Growth, 1958-1960

Box 134   Folder 4

Committee for a National Trade Policy, 1958-1960

Box 134   Folder 5

Committee to Strengthen the Frontiers of Freedom, 1959-1960

Box 134   Folder 6

Compton, Arthur and Nattalie, including Arthur and Betty Compton, 1960-1967

Box 134   Folder 7

Compton, 1968-1973

Box 134   Folder 8

Conant, James B., 1964-1967

Box 134   Folder 9

Conference for Corporation Executives, 1962-1973

Box 134   Folder 10

Conference on Reduction of World Tensions, 1960

Box 135   Folder 1

Conn-Cos, general, 1958-1965

Box 135   Folder 2

Conn-Cos, 1966-1973

Box 135   Folder 3

Connecticut Citizens for the Public Schools, 1958-1961

Box 135   Folder 4

Connecticut College, 1958-1968

Box 135   Folder 5

Connecticut College, 1969-1973

Box 135   Folder 6

Connecticut Commission on the Arts, 1966-1971

Box 135   Folder 7

Connecticut Symphony Orchestra, 1958-1960

Box 135   Folder 8

Coombs, Philip, 1958-1963

Box 135   Folder 9

Coombs, 1964-1971

Box 135   Folder 10

Cot-Cow, general

Box 135   Folder 11

Cote, Brownie, 1966-1971

Box 136   Folder 1

Council on Communications, 1970

Box 136   Folder 2

Council on Foreign Relations, 1958-1962

Box 136   Folder 3

Council on Foreign Relations, 1963-1967

Box 136   Folder 4

Council on Foreign Relations, 1968-1972

Box 136   Folder 5

Council on World Tensions, Inc., 1960-1965

Box 136   Folder 6

Cousins, Norman, 1958-1960

Box 136   Folder 7

Cousins, 1961-1962

Box 136   Folder 8

Cousins, 1963-1965

Box 136   Folder 9

Cousins, 1966-1967

Box 136   Folder 10

Cousins, 1968

Box 136   Folder 11

Cousins, 1969-1970

Box 136   Folder 12

Cousins, 1971-1972

Box 137   Folder 1

Cowan, Mr. and Mrs. Louis G., 1958-1972

Box 137   Folder 2

Cowles, John, 1958-1970

Box 137   Folder 3

Cowles Communications, Inc., 1959-1971

Box 137   Folder 4

Cr-Cz, general

Box 137   Folder 5

Crane, Barbara, 1968-1971

Box 137   Folder 6

Crockett, William J., 1965-1973

Box 138   Folder 1

Cronan, Carey, 1958-1972

Box 138   Folder 2

Crowther, Charles, 1958-1973

Box 138   Folder 3

Crowther, Sir Geoffrey, 1958-1960

Box 138   Folder 4

Crowther, 1961

Box 138   Folder 5

Crowther, 1962-1964

Box 138   Folder 6

Crowther, 1965-1968

Box 138   Folder 7

Crowther, 1969-1972

Box 138   Folder 8

Crowther, Nicola, 1973

Box 138   Folder 9

Culkin, Reverend John M., S. J., 1966-1968

Box 138   Folder 10

Cummings, Nathan, 1967-1972

Box 138   Folder 11

Current, 1959-1961

Box 138   Folder 12

Current Digest of the Soviet Press, 1958-1964

Box 138   Folder 13

Curtis, Isobel, 1965-1966

Box 139   Folder 1

Da, general, 1958-1963

Box 139   Folder 2

Da, 1964-1973

Box 139   Folder 3

Dalrymple, Jean, 1958-1972

Box 139   Folder 4

Danciger, Jack, 1959-1962

Box 139   Folder 5

Danenberg, Bernard, 1971-1972

Box 139   Folder 6

Danenberg, Darryl, 1960-1966

Box 139   Folder 7

Danenberg, Elsa, 1966-1971

Box 140   Folder 1

Danenberg, Leigh, 1958

Box 140   Folder 2

Danenberg, 1959

Box 140   Folder 3

Danenberg, 1960

Box 140   Folder 4

Danenberg, 1961

Box 140   Folder 5

Danenberg, Home Front Family Peace Corps, 1961

Box 140   Folder 6

Danenberg, 1962

Box 140   Folder 7

Danenberg, 1963

Box 140   Folder 8

Danenberg, 1964

Box 140   Folder 9

Danenberg, 1965

Box 140   Folder 10

Danenberg, 1966

Box 140   Folder 11

Danenberg, 1967

Box 140   Folder 12

Danenberg, 1968

Box 140   Folder 13

Danenberg, 1969-1970

Box 140   Folder 14

Danenberg, 1971-1973

Box 141   Folder 1

Dartmouth College, 1960-1972

Box 141   Folder 2

David, Donald K., 1958-1971

Box 141   Folder 3

Davies, John Paton, 1963

Box 141   Folder 4

Davis, Jerome, 1958-1964

Box 141   Folder 5

De, general

Box 142   Folder 1

Dean, Abner, 1959-1969

Box 142   Folder 2

Debevoise, Eli Whitney, 1961-1970

Box 142   Folder 3

Declaration of Atlantic Unity, 1960-1962

Box 142   Folder 4

Declaration of Atlantic Unity, 1963-1965

Box 142   Folder 5

Declaration of Atlantic Unity, 1966-1970

Box 142   Folder 6

Deerfield Academy, 1958-1972

Box 142   Folder 7

Delacorte, George, 1958-1972

Box 142   Folder 8

Delos Symposium, 1964-1969

Box 142   Folder 9

De Mille, Agnes, 1960-1961

Box 142   Folder 10

De Roquemaurel, I., 1963-1973

Box 142   Folder 11

Di, general

Box 142   Folder 12

Dibner, Bern, 1959-1971

Box 142   Folder 13

Dick, Jane (Mrs. Edison), 1958-1972

Box 142   Folder 14

Diebold, John, 1966-1973

Box 142   Folder 15

Diplomatic and Consular Officers, Retired (DACOR, Inc.), 1971-1972

Box 143   Folder 1

Do, general

Box 143   Folder 2

Donahue, Alphonsus J. and Virginia, 1958

Box 143   Folder 3

Donahue, 1959

Box 143   Folder 4

Donahue, 1960

Box 143   Folder 5

Donahue, 1961

Box 143   Folder 6

Donahue, 1962-1965

Box 143   Folder 7

Donahue, 1966-1967

Box 143   Folder 8

Donahue, 1968-1969

Box 143   Folder 9

Donahue, 1970-1973

Box 144   Folder 1

Donnelley, Gaylord, 1958-1973

Box 144   Folder 2

Donovan, Hedley, 1960-1966

Box 144   Folder 3

Donovan, 1967-1973

Box 144   Folder 4

Douglas, James H., 1959-1971

Box 144   Folder 5

Douglas, Justice and Mrs. William O., 1962-1968

Box 144   Folder 6

Doxiadis, C. A., 1964-1970

Box 144   Folder 7

Dr-Dz, general, 1958-1963

Box 144   Folder 8

Dr-Dz, 1964-1973

Box 144   Folder 9

Draper, William H., 1960-1970

Box 144   Folder 10

Driscoll, Margaret and John, 1958-1973

Box 145   Folder 1

Duhar, Karla, 1964-1965

Box 145   Folder 2

Dunbaugh, Frank, 1962

Box 145   Folder 3

Dunham, Donald, 1958-1972

Box 145   Folder 4

Durrell, Richard, 1970-1971

Box 145   Folder 5

Dutton, Frederick G., 1964-1973

Box 145   Folder 6

Ea-Em, general

Box 145   Folder 7

Eagan, Edward and Peggy, 1958-1968

Box 145   Folder 8

Eason, Mr. and Mrs. Myles, 1969-1971

Box 145   Folder 9

Eaton, Cyrus, 1958-1973

Box 145   Folder 10

Eby, Mrs. Kermit, 1966

Box 145   Folder 11

Eccles, Marriner S., 1961-1973

Box 145   Folder 12

Ecumenical Institute for Advanced Theological Studies, 1970

Box 145   Folder 13

Edison Foundation, 1958-1966

Box 145   Folder 14

Edson, Peter, 1958-1972

Box 146   Folder 1

Eisenhower, Milton S., 1960-1972

Box 146   Folder 2

Elias, Grace and Wallis, 1960-1970

Box 146   Folder 3

Ellinger, John, 1971-1972

Box 146   Folder 4

Emmerich, Herbert, 1958-1968

Box 146   Folder 5

En, general

Box 146   Folder 6

Encampment for Citizenship, 1959-1967

Box 146   Folder 7

Engel, Irving M., 1958-1973

Box 146   Folder 8

Engle, Paul, 1962-1965

Box 146   Folder 9

The English-Speaking Union, 1965-1973

Box 146   Folder 10

Ernst, Morris, 1958-1973

Box 146   Folder 11

Es-Ez, general

Box 146   Folder 12

Esquire, 1958-1969

Box 147   Folder 1

Eurich, Alvin C., 1958-1973

Box 147   Folder 2

Evans, Luther, 1958-1966

Box 147   Folder 3

Everett, John, 1958-1965

Box 147   Folder 4

Fa-Fn, general

Box 147   Folder 5

Fadiman, Clifton, 1958-1973

Box 147   Folder 6

Fairbanks, Douglas and Mary Lee, 1960-1965

Box 147   Folder 7

Fairbanks, 1966-1972

Box 148   Folder 1

Flanders, Ralph, 1961-1965

Box 148   Folder 2

Fleming, Robert, 1968

Box 148   Folder 3

Fletcher, Scott, 1961-1972

Box 148   Folder 4

Flicker, Raymond, 1958-1967

Box 148   Folder 5

Fo, general, 1958-1964

Box 148   Folder 6

Fo, 1965-1973

Box 148   Folder 7

Foreign Policy Association, 1958-1973

Box 148   Folder 8

Foreign Service League, 1958

Box 148   Folder 9

Forkner, Claude E., 1960-1961

Box 148   Folder 10

Fortas, Mr. and Mrs. Abe, 1965-1971

Box 149   Folder 1

Foster, Norman and Sally, 1958-1972

Box 149   Folder 2

Foster, Gretchen, 1970-1971

Box 149   Folder 3

Foundations Group, 1959

Box 149   Folder 4

Fr, general

Box 149   Folder 5

Frank, John P., 1958-1967

Box 149   Folder 6

Frank, 1968

Box 149   Folder 7

Frank, 1969-1973

Box 150   Folder 1

Frankel, Charles, 1965-1973

Box 150   Folder 2

Frankel, Stanley, 1961-1969

Box 150   Folder 3

Freedom House, 1959-1971

Box 150   Folder 4

Freedom House Bookshelf Committee, 1959-1961

Box 150   Folder 5

Friendly, Fred W., 1961-1972

Box 150   Folder 6

Friends of the Kennedy Center, 1967-1968

Box 150   Folder 7

Fritchey, Clayton, 1961-1968

Box 150   Folder 8

Fro, general

Box 150   Folder 9

Fromberg, Bernard, 1958-1973

Box 150   Folder 10

Fulbert, Brother, 1962-1963

Box 150   Folder 11

Fuller, Alfred C., 1959-1964

Box 150   Folder 12

Fuller, Walter D., 1958-1964

Box 150   Folder 13

Fund for Adult Education, 1958-1960

Box 150   Folder 14

Fund for Peace, 1970-1972

Box 151   Folder 1

Ga, general

Box 151   Folder 2

Gager, Curtis H., 1958-1962

Box 151   Folder 3

Galbraith, John Kenneth, 1958-1966

Box 151   Folder 4

Galbraith, 1967-1968

Box 151   Folder 5

Galbraith, 1969-1972

Box 151   Folder 6

Gale, Richard P., 1958-1972

Box 151   Folder 7

Gardner, John W., 1958-1973

Box 151   Folder 8

Gardner, Richard N., 1963-1965

Box 151   Folder 9

Gardner, 1966-1973

Box 151   Folder 10

Ge, general

Box 152   Folder 1

Gi-Gz, general

Box 152   Folder 2

Gideonse, Harry D., 1958-1972

Box 152   Folder 3

Gilbert, Carl, 1961-1969

Box 152   Folder 4

Gilligan, John J., 1969-1971

Box 152   Folder 5

Gitlin, Irving, 1959-1967

Box 152   Folder 6

Go, general, 1958-1962

Box 152   Folder 7

Go, 1963-1973

Box 152   Folder 8

Goldberg, Arthur, 1965-1966

Box 152   Folder 9

Goldberg, 1967-1972

Box 152   Folder 10

Goodrich, Lloyd, 1958-1972

Box 153   Folder 1

Goodwin, Richard N., 1961-1968

Box 153   Folder 2

Gould, Bruce and Beatrice, 1958-1961

Box 153   Folder 3

Gould, 1962-1968

Box 153   Folder 4

Gould, 1969-1973

Box 153   Folder 5

Gould, Jay, 1958-1969

Box 153   Folder 6

Gould, Laurence M., 1958-1969

Box 153   Folder 7

Gra, general

Box 153   Folder 8

Grafton, Samuel, 1966-1967

Box 153   Folder 9

Graham, Katharine, 1958-1973

Box 153   Folder 10

Graham, Sheilah, 1958-1967

Box 153   Folder 11

Gray, Barry, 1958-1972

Box 154   Folder 1

Gre, general

Box 154   Folder 2

Greenleaf, Charles W. and Charles W., Jr., 1958-1966

Box 154   Folder 3

Gri, general

Box 154   Folder 4

Griswold, A. Whitney, 1959-1963

Box 154   Folder 5

Gro-Gz, general

Box 154   Folder 6

Gross, Ernest, 1958-1971

Box 154   Folder 7

Gruliow, Leo, 1958-1959

Box 154   Folder 8

Guinness, Patience and Loel, 1959-1963

Box 154   Folder 9

Gullion, Edmund A., 1959-1965

Box 154   Folder 10

Gunther, John and Jane, 1958-1973

Box 154   Folder 11

Gurewitsch, David and Edna, 1958-1973

Box 154   Folder 12

Gurewitsch, Grania, 1963-1964

Box 154   Folder 13

Guthman, Jack, 1961-1968

Box 155   Folder 1

Ha-Har, general, 1958-1961

Box 155   Folder 2

Ha-Har, 1962-1965

Box 155   Folder 3

Ha-Har, 1966-1973

Box 155   Folder 4

Haggerty, Patrick E., 1967-1970

Box 155   Folder 5

Hale, E. V., 1958-1969

Box 155   Folder 6

Hale, 1970

Box 155   Folder 7

Hale, 1971-1973

Box 155   Folder 8

Halle, Louis J., 1963-1964

Box 156   Folder 1

Hamilton, Fowler, 1958-1969

Box 156   Folder 2

Hampshire College Planning Bulletin, 1970

Box 156   Folder 3

Hangen, Mr. and Mrs. Welles, 1958-1962

Box 156   Folder 4

Hangen, 1963-1965

Box 156   Folder 5

Hangen, 1966-1969

Box 156   Folder 6

Hangen, 1970-1973

Box 156   Folder 7

Harden, Ken and Lou, 1963-1969

Box 157   Folder 1

Hardman, David, 1958-1959

Box 157   Folder 2

Hardman, 1960-1961

Box 157   Folder 3

Hardman, 1962-1963

Box 157   Folder 4

Hardman, 1964-1965

Box 157   Folder 5

Hardman, 1966-1968

Box 157   Folder 6

Hardman, 1969-1970

Box 157   Folder 7

Hardman, 1971

Box 157   Folder 8

Hardman, 1972-1973

Box 158   Folder 1

Harper, Marion, 1968-1973

Box 158   Folder 2

Harriman, Averill, 1958-1965

Box 158   Folder 3

Harriman, 1966-1973

Box 158   Folder 4

Harrington, Gerard, 1959

Box 158   Folder 5

Harris, Leonard, 1964-1973

Box 158   Folder 6

Harris, Seymour, Ruth, Dorothy, 1964-1973

Box 158   Folder 7

Hart, Kay, 1958

Box 158   Folder 8

Hart, Jan.-June 1959

Box 159   Folder 1

Hart, July-Dec. 1959

Box 159   Folder 2

Hart, 1960-1962

Box 159   Folder 3

Hart, 1963-1965

Box 159   Folder 4

Hart, 1966-1973

Box 159   Folder 5

Hartford, Huntingdon, 1960-1971

Box 159   Folder 6

Harvard University, 1959-1972

Box 159   Folder 7

Haussamen, Crane and Carol, 1958-1968

Box 159   Folder 8

Haydon, Brownlee, 1959-1972

Box 160   Folder 1

Hea-Hed, general, 1958-1963

Box 160   Folder 2

Hea-Hed, 1964-1973

Box 160   Folder 3

Heald, Henry, 1962-1964

Box 160   Folder 4

Hechinger, Fred, 1958-1973

Box 160   Folder 5

Hecht, George, 1958-1972

Box 160   Folder 6

Heffner, Richard, 1958-1963

Box 160   Folder 7

Heffner, 1964-1966

Box 160   Folder 8

Heffner, 1967-1968

Box 160   Folder 9

Heffner, 1969-1973

Box 160   Folder 10

Heindel, Richard H., 1958-1960

Box 160   Folder 11

Heiskell, Andrew, 1962-1972

Box 160   Folder 12

Hennings, Josephine and Thomas, 1958-1972

Box 161   Folder 1

Her, general

Box 161   Folder 2

Hersey, John, 1960-1971

Box 161   Folder 3

Herzberg, Donald G., 1958-1966

Box 161   Folder 4

Hesburgh, Father Theodore M., 1962-1970

Box 161   Folder 5

Hexter, Maurice B., 1963-1968

Box 161   Folder 6

Hi, general

Box 161   Folder 7

Hicks, Orton, 1958-1960

Box 161   Folder 8

Hicks, 1961-1964

Box 161   Folder 9

Hicks, 1965-1970

Box 161   Folder 10

Hicks, 1971-1973

Box 161   Folder 11

High, Stanley, 1958-1960

Box 161   Folder 12

Hill, Thomas S. (Tim), 1960-1968

Box 162   Folder 1

Ho-Hoq, general

Box 162   Folder 2

Hobson, Laura Z., 1960-1965

Box 163   Folder 1

Hoffman, Paul and Anna Rosenberg, 1958-1959

Box 163   Folder 2

Hoffman, 1960-1961

Box 163   Folder 3

Hoffman, 1962-1963

Box 163   Folder 4

Hoffman, 1964-1965

Box 163   Folder 5

Hoffman, 1966

Box 163   Folder 6

Hoffman, 1967

Box 163   Folder 7

Hoffman, 1968

Box 163   Folder 8

Hoffman, 1969

Box 163   Folder 9

Hoffman, 1970-1971

Box 163   Folder 10

Hoffman, 1972-1973

Box 164   Folder 1

Holland, Kenneth, 1959-1972

Box 164   Folder 2

Mary Holmes College, 1969-1971

Box 164   Folder 3

Holt, Guy, 1962-1968

Box 164   Folder 4

Hor-Hoz, general

Box 164   Folder 5

Horowitz, William, 1960-1971

Box 164   Folder 6

Houghton, Harry, 1958-1972

Box 164   Folder 7

Hoving, Thomas P. F., 1966-1972

Box 164   Folder 8

Howard, Bailey K., 1963-1972

Box 164   Folder 9

Howard, Elliott and Marian, 1969-1971

Box 164   Folder 10

Howard, Jack, 1971-1972

Box 164   Folder 11

Howard, Lee, 1963

Box 164   Folder 12

Howard, 1964-1966

Box 164   Folder 13

Howard, 1967-1973

Box 165   Folder 1

Howe, Arthur, 1972

Box 165   Folder 2

Howe, Barbara (Mrs. John), 1968-1969

Box 165   Folder 3

Howe, John, general, 1958

Box 165   Folder 4

Howe, John, 1959

Box 165   Folder 5

Howe, John, 1960-1961

Box 165   Folder 6

Howe, John, 1962-1964

Box 165   Folder 7

Howe, John, 1965-1966

Box 165   Folder 8

Howe, John, 1967

Box 165   Folder 9

Howe, finance, 1958-1967

Box 165   Folder 10

Howe, medical, 1961

Box 166   Folder 1

Howland, Richard, 1961-1973

Box 166   Folder 2

Hoyt, Ed, 1958-1971

Box 166   Folder 3

Hu-Hz, general

Box 166   Folder 4

Hudson Institute, 1964-1972

Box 166   Folder 5

Hughes, Emmet John, 1959-1965

Box 166   Folder 6

Hughes, Thomas L., 1967-1972

Box 166   Folder 7

Hulbert, Sir Norman, 1958-1969

Box 166   Folder 8

Hulten, Charles, 1958-1967

Box 166   Folder 9

Huntley, Chet, 1968-1972

Box 167   Folder 1

Hutchins, Robert M., 1958

Box 167   Folder 2

Hutchins, Jan.-June 1959

Box 167   Folder 3

Hutchins, July-Dec. 1959

Box 167   Folder 4

Hutchins, 1960

Box 167   Folder 5

Hutchins, 1961

Box 167   Folder 6

Hutchins, 1962

Box 167   Folder 7

Hutchins, 1963

Box 168   Folder 1

Hutchins, 1964

Box 168   Folder 2

Hutchins, 1965

Box 168   Folder 3

Hutchins, 1966

Box 168   Folder 4

Hutchins, 1967

Box 168   Folder 5

Hutchins, 1968

Box 168   Folder 6

Hutchins, 1969

Box 168   Folder 7

Hutchins, 1970

Box 168   Folder 8

Hutchins, 1971

Box 168   Folder 9

Hutchins, 1972-1973

Box 169   Folder 1

Huxley, Sir Julian, 1958-1972

Box 169   Folder 2

Hyde, Anthony (Toby), 1958-1972

Box 169   Folder 3

I, general, 1958-1961

Box 169   Folder 4

I, 1962-1966

Box 169   Folder 5

I, 1967-1973

Box 169   Folder 6

Ingersoll, Ralph, 1959-1972

Box 169   Folder 7

Ingersoll, Robert S., 1961-1972

Box 169   Folder 8

Institute on Man and Science, 1965-1973

Box 169   Folder 9

Interfaith Movement, Inc., 1962-1963

Box 169   Folder 10

International Living Museum, 1963

Box 169   Folder 11

International Rescue Committee, Inc., 1958-1973

Box 170   Folder 1

Interplay, 1967-1968

Box 170   Folder 2

Ja-Ji, general

Box 170   Folder 3

Jackson, Barbara Ward, 1958-1973

Box 170   Folder 4

Jackson, C. D., 1958-1964

Box 170   Folder 5

Jackson, Frederick H., 1961-1962

Box 170   Folder 6

Japan Society, 1970-1972

Box 170   Folder 7

Jessup, John K., 1959-1972

Box 170   Folder 8

Jo, general

Box 170   Folder 9

Johnson, Joseph E., 1961-1967

Box 170   Folder 10

Johnson, Nicholas, 1968-1972

Box 170   Folder 11

Johnston, Eric, 1958-1964

Box 170   Folder 12

Jones, Joseph M., 1958-1962

Box 170   Folder 13

Jones, Turner, 1958-1968

Box 170   Folder 14

Joseph, Tedd, 1965-1972

Box 171   Folder 1

Josephs, Devereux C., 1963-1968

Box 171   Folder 2

Josephs, Ray, 1958-1969

Box 171   Folder 3

Josephy, Alvin M., Jr., 1958-1961

Box 171   Folder 4

Jovanovich, William, 1967-1973

Box 171   Folder 5

Joyce, William H., Jr., and Thirza, 1958-1973

Box 171   Folder 6

Ju-Ka, general

Box 171   Folder 7

Kafka, Barbara Poses, 1967-1968

Box 171   Folder 8

Kander, Allen, 1958-1959

Box 171   Folder 9

Kaplan, J. M. (Jack), 1958-1968

Box 171   Folder 10

Kapp, Edgar B., 1959-1970

Box 171   Folder 11

Ke, general

Box 172   Folder 1

Keating, Kenneth B., 1959-1971

Box 172   Folder 2

Kelly, Frank, 1958-1962

Box 172   Folder 3

Kelly, 1963-1972

Box 172   Folder 4

Kempton, Murray, 1959-1970

Box 172   Folder 5

Kennan, George F., 1959-1973

Box 172   Folder 6

John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, 1964-1971

Box 172   Folder 7

John F. Kennedy Library, 1964-1966

Box 172   Folder 8

Kent, Rockwell, 1963-1965

Box 172   Folder 9

Kerrigan, Edward J., 1958-1965

Box 172   Folder 10

Ki, general

Box 172   Folder 11

Kiermaier, John, 1958-1972

Box 173   Folder 1

Kimball, Penn, 1958-1973

Box 173   Folder 2

King, David S., 1962-1969

Box 173   Folder 3

Kirk, Grayson and John, 1960-1968

Box 173   Folder 4

Kl-Ko, general

Box 173   Folder 5

Kogan, Herman, 1961-1972

Box 173   Folder 6

Kovago, Jozsef, 1961-1966

Box 173   Folder 7

Kr-Kz, general

Box 173   Folder 8

Kramer, Sidney B., 1958-1972

Box 173   Folder 9

Kronholm, Conrad and Louise, 1960-1972

Box 173   Folder 10

La-Laq, general

Box 173   Folder 11

Lamb, Edward, 1970-1972

Box 173   Folder 12

Lamb, award, 1961-1962

Box 174   Folder 1

Lane, Nathaniel and Tiny, 1960-1964

Box 174   Folder 2

Lar-Laz, general

Box 174   Folder 3

LaRoche, Chester, 1958-1963

Box 174   Folder 4

LaRoche, 1964-1967

Box 174   Folder 5

LaRoche, 1968-1972

Box 174   Folder 6

Larsen, Roy E., 1958-1966

Box 174   Folder 7

Larsen, 1967-1973

Box 174   Folder 8

Lasker, Mary and Albert, 1958-1972

Box 175   Folder 1

Lasswell, Harold, 1958-1963

Box 175   Folder 2

Lasswell, 1964-1967

Box 175   Folder 3

Lasswell, 1968-1970

Box 175   Folder 4

Lasswell, 1971-1973

Box 175   Folder 5

Laubach, Frank, 1959-1968

Box 175   Folder 6

Laves, Walter and Ruth, 1957-1973

Box 175   Folder 7

Le, general

Box 175   Folder 8

Leestma, Robert, 1967-1972

Box 176   Folder 1

Lehman, Herbert and Edith, 1958-1962

Box 176   Folder 2

Lehman, 1963-1973

Box 176   Folder 3

Lehman, Robert and Orin, 1960-1966

Box 176   Folder 4

Lewis, Orme and family, 1958-1972

Box 176   Folder 5

Li, general

Box 176   Folder 6

The Library of Presidential Papers, 1966-1969

Box 176   Folder 7

Lindbergh, Charles and Anne, 1958-1973

Box 176   Folder 8

Linen, James A., 1960-1972

Box 176   Folder 9

Linowitz, Sol M., 1963-1973

Box 176   Folder 10

Lloyd, David, 1958-1962

Box 177   Folder 1

Lo-Lz, general, 1958-1961

Box 177   Folder 2

Lo-Lz, 1962-1973

Box 177   Folder 3

Loescher, Samuel M., 1968-1971

Box 177   Folder 4

Lovenstein, Meno, 1958-1972

Box 177   Folder 5

Lubin, Isador, 1959-1969

Box 177   Folder 6

Luce, Clare Booth, 1967-1968

Box 177   Folder 7

Luce, Henry, 1958-1963

Box 177   Folder 8

Luce, 1964-1967

Box 177   Folder 9

Luce, Henry III, 1967-1970

Box 177   Folder 10

Ludgin, Earle, 1958-1973

Box 177   Folder 11

Lyford, Joseph, 1958-1962

Box 177   Folder 12

Lyford, 1963-1972

Box 178   Folder 1

Lyons, Joseph, 1958-1972

Box 178   Folder 2

Mac, general, 1958-1963

Box 178   Folder 3

Mac, 1964-1973

Box 178   Folder 4

Macalester College, 1959-1972

Box 178   Folder 5

MacLeish, Archibald, 1959-1972

Box 178   Folder 6

MacLeish, William H., 1960-1966

Box 178   Folder 7

MacLennan, Sir Hector, 1968

Box 178   Folder 8

MacNeal, Robert E., 1959-1966

Box 178   Folder 9

Mannes, Manya, 1960-1962

Box 178   Folder 10

Manning, Robert, 1959-1970

Box 178   Folder 11

Manno, Vincent, 1961-1962

Box 179   Folder 1

Mar-Maz, general, 1958-1965

Box 179   Folder 2

Mar-Maz, 1966-1973

Box 179   Folder 3

Markel, Lester, 1958-1972

Box 179   Folder 4

Marschak, Robert E., 1962-1963

Box 179   Folder 5

Matthews, Thomas and Martha, 1958-1961

Box 179   Folder 6

Mayer, Martin, 1958-1962

Box 179   Folder 7

Mayer, Milton, 1958-1972

Box 179   Folder 8

McA-McJ, general

Box 179   Folder 9

McCormick, Joseph R., 1963-1971

Box 179   Folder 10

McK-McZ, general

Box 179   Folder 11

McKeever, Porter, 1960-1972

Box 180   Folder 1

McLean, Joseph Ed., 1962-1971

Box 180   Folder 2

Mea-Meq, general

Box 180   Folder 3

Meany, George, 1958-1971

Box 180   Folder 4

Mer-Mez, general

Box 180   Folder 5

Merchant, John, 1970-1971

Box 180   Folder 6

Meridian House, 1969-1971

Box 180   Folder 7

Merriam, John F., 1961-1968

Box 180   Folder 8

Meyer, Agnes, 1958-1970

Box 180   Folder 9

Meyer, Karl E., 1969-1970

Box 180   Folder 10

Meyerson, Martin, 1969-1971

Box 180   Folder 11

Mi, general

Box 180   Folder 12

Micocci, Antonio A., 1958-1962

Box 180   Folder 13

Miller, Allan and Nancy, 1958-1971

Box 180   Folder 14

Miller, Edward, 1958-1968

Box 180   Folder 15

Miller, Paul, 1963-1972

Box 181   Folder 1

Miller, Tam, 1963-1964

Box 181   Folder 2

Milton, William H., Jr., 1961

Box 181   Folder 3

Miner, Mr. and Mrs. George, 1958-1971

Box 181   Folder 4

Minow, Newton N., 1958-1964

Box 181   Folder 5

Minow, 1965-1967

Box 181   Folder 6

Minow, 1968-1973

Box 181   Folder 7

Mitchell, Ulyss S., 1961-1962

Box 181   Folder 8

Mo-Moq, general

Box 181   Folder 9

Moe, Henry Allen, 1958-1968

Box 181   Folder 10

Monocle, 1962-1963

Box 181   Folder 11

Montagu, Ashley, 1970-1973

Box 181   Folder 12

Moore, Maurice and Beth, 1959-1970

Box 181   Folder 13

Mor-Moz, general

Box 181   Folder 14

Morgan, Edward P., 1967-1972

Box 182   Folder 1

Morgenthau, Hans, 1959-1967

Box 182   Folder 2

Morrisette, Lloyd, 1966-1973

Box 182   Folder 3

Morros, Boris, 1958

Box 182   Folder 4

Morse, David, 1964-1971

Box 182   Folder 5

Mortimer, Charles G., 1958-1971

Box 182   Folder 6

Motley, Arthur (Red), 1958-1966

Box 182   Folder 7

Motley, 1967-1973

Box 182   Folder 8

Moyers, Bill, 1964-1971

Box 182   Folder 9

Mu, general

Box 182   Folder 10

Murphy, Francis S., 1958-1971

Box 182   Folder 11

Murrow, Edward and Janet, 1958-1961

Box 182   Folder 12

Murrow, 1962-1972

Box 183   Folder 1

Na-Nd, general, 1958-1964

Box 183   Folder 2

Na-Nd, 1965-1973

Box 183   Folder 3

Nelson, John W., 1959-1966

Box 183   Folder 4

Nathan, Robert R., 1958-1969

Box 183   Folder 5

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, 1958-1964

Box 183   Folder 6

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, 1965-1972

Box 183   Folder 7

National Book Committee, Inc., 1963-1970

Box 183   Folder 8

National Civil Liberties Clearing House, 1959-1965

Box 183   Folder 9

National Committee Against Discrimination in Housing, 1962-1966

Box 183   Folder 10

National Committee for an Effective Congress, 1958-1972

Box 183   Folder 11

National Committee for Immigration Reform, 1965-1973

Box 183   Folder 12

National Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy, Inc., 1958-1965

Box 184   Folder 1

National Committee for Support of the Public Schools, 1962

Box 184   Folder 2

National Committee for Support of the Public Schools, 1963

Box 184   Folder 3

National Committee for Support of the Public Schools, 1964-1970

Box 184   Folder 4

National Committee on the United States-China Relations, Inc., 1967-1972

Box 184   Folder 5

National Conference of Christians and Jews, 1958-1973

Box 184   Folder 6

National Conference on International Economic and Social Development, 1959-1964

Box 184   Folder 7

National Council of the Churches of Christ in the U. S. A., 1960-1963

Box 184   Folder 8

National Council of Women of the United States, Inc., 1958-1967

Box 184   Folder 9

National Council on the Arts, 1964-1965

Box 184   Folder 10

National Cultural Center, 1961-1963

Box 184   Folder 11

National Education Association, 1958-1966

Box 184   Folder 12

National Urban League, Inc., 1958-1962

Box 185   Folder 1

Ne, general, 1958-1963

Box 185   Folder 2

Ne, 1964-1973

Box 185   Folder 3

Nehemkis, Peter R., Jr., 1962

Box 185   Folder 4

Newcomb, Elliott, 1958-1959

Box 185   Folder 5

Newcomen Society in North America, 1960-1972

Box 185   Folder 6

Newhouse, Samuel I., 1959-1960

Box 185   Folder 7

New School for Social Research, 1958-1959

Box 185   Folder 8

New York Public Library, 1961-1972

Box 185   Folder 9

New York Times, 1958-1968

Box 185   Folder 10

Ni-Nz, general

Box 185   Folder 11

Nichols, William I., 1960-1971

Box 185   Folder 12

Niebuhr, Reinhold, 1960-1963

Box 185   Folder 13

Nielsen, Waldemar A., 1959-1970

Box 186   Folder 1

Nobel Anniversary Committee, 1958-1963

Box 186   Folder 2

Norman, John, 1958-1970

Box 186   Folder 3

Nuveen, John, 1958-1968

Box 186   Folder 4

Oa-Oj, general

Box 186   Folder 5

Oates, Mr. and Mrs. James F., Jr., 1957-1969

Box 186   Folder 6

Oakes, John, 1958-1973

Box 186   Folder 7

Ol-Oz, general

Box 186   Folder 8

O'Meara, Walter, 1958-1965

Box 186   Folder 9

O'Meara, 1966-1971

Box 186   Folder 10

Oram, Harold L., 1958-1970

Box 186   Folder 11

Organization of American States Association, 1967-1968

Box 187   Folder 1

Pa, general, 1958-1961

Box 187   Folder 2

Pa, 1962-1973

Box 187   Folder 3

Pace, Frank, 1958-1969

Box 187   Folder 4

Paepcke, Mr. and Mrs. Walter, 1958-1971

Box 187   Folder 5

Paley, William S., 1958-1967

Box 187   Folder 6

Patterson, William D., 1960-1972

Box 187   Folder 7

Pe-Pes, general

Box 187   Folder 8

Peace Corps, 1961-1962

Box 187   Folder 9

Pearson, Drew, 1958-1964

Box 187   Folder 10

Pearson, 1965-1969

Box 187   Folder 11

Peet, Sarita, 1958-1971

Box 187   Folder 12

People-to-People Program, 1959-1969

Box 187   Folder 13

Pequot Library, 1957-1972

Box 187   Folder 14

Perkins, James A., 1960-1969

Box 188   Folder 1

Pet-Pez, general

Box 188   Folder 2

Peterson, Mrs. John (Betty), 1958-1962

Box 188   Folder 3

Pi-Pn, general

Box 188   Folder 4

Pick, Albert, Jr., 1959-1971

Box 188   Folder 5

Piel, Gerard, 1959-1972

Box 188   Folder 6

Pifer, Alan, 1968-1969

Box 188   Folder 7

Plaut, James S., 1958-1970

Box 188   Folder 8

Plimpton, Mr. and Mrs. Francis T. P., 1959-1972

Box 188   Folder 9

Po-Pq, general

Box 188   Folder 10

Poole, George A., 1958-1970

Box 188   Folder 11

Porter, Paul A., 1958-1973

Box 188   Folder 12

Poses, Lillian and Jack, 1958-1973

Box 189   Folder 1

Pr-Pt, general

Box 189   Folder 2

Probst, George, 1958-1967

Box 189   Folder 3

Pryor, Samuel F., 1963-1972

Box 189   Folder 4

Pu-Q, general

Box 189   Folder 5

Ra-Rd, general

Box 189   Folder 6

Radcliffe College, 1958-1965

Box 189   Folder 7

Radio Liberty Committee and Radio Free Europe, 1972

Box 189   Folder 8

Radziwill, Stanislaus and Lee, 1963-1972

Box 189   Folder 9

Randall, Clarence B., 1959-1967

Box 189   Folder 10

Ratner, Victor M., 1958-1966

Box 189   Folder 11

Re-Rh, general

Box 190   Folder 1

Re, Edward D., 1968-1969

Box 190   Folder 2

Reed, Joseph Verner, Jr., 1960-1972

Box 190   Folder 3

Reitmeyer, John R., 1958-1969

Box 190   Folder 4

Reliance Building, 1966-1971

Box 190   Folder 5

Ri-Rn, general

Box 190   Folder 6

Rickover, Hyman G., 1958-1963

Box 190   Folder 7

Ripley, S. Dillon, 1965-1973

Box 190   Folder 8

Ro-Ror, general, 1958-1963

Box 190   Folder 9

Ro-Ror, 1964-1973

Box 190   Folder 10

Roads, Mr. and Mrs. David J., 1959-1973

Box 190   Folder 11

Robb, Felix C., 1965-1970

Box 190   Folder 12

Robbins, Bernard, 1958-1969

Box 190   Folder 13

Robinson, Thomas, 1962-1968

Box 191   Folder 1

Rockefeller, David, 1959-1971

Box 191   Folder 2

Rockefeller, John D., IV (Jay), 1967-1973

Box 191   Folder 3

Rockefeller, John D., III, 1967-1972

Box 191   Folder 4

Rockefeller, Laurance S., 1961-1969

Box 191   Folder 5

Rohatyn, Felix, 1971

Box 191   Folder 6

Roots, John McCook, 1964-1967

Box 191   Folder 7

Ros-Roz, general

Box 191   Folder 8

Roseman, Alvin, 1963-1970

Box 191   Folder 9

Rosenberg, Anna, including Thomas Rosenberg, 1958-1960

Box 191   Folder 10

Rosenberg, 1961-1965

Box 191   Folder 11

Rosenberg, Sam

Box 191   Folder 12

Rosten, Leo, 1958-1962

Box 191   Folder 13

Rosten, 1963-1965

Box 191   Folder 14

Rosten, 1966-1967

Box 192   Folder 1

Rosten, 1968-1970

Box 192   Folder 2

Rosten, 1971-1973

Box 192   Folder 3

Rostow, Eugene, including W. W. Rostow, 1958-1967

Box 192   Folder 4

Rostow, 1968-1971

Box 192   Folder 5

Rothschild, Herbert, 1965-1968

Box 192   Folder 6

Ru-Rz, general

Box 192   Folder 7

Rubicam, Raymond and Bettina, 1958-1973

Box 192   Folder 8

Ruhm, Herman and Martica, 1959-1973

Box 193   Folder 1

Ruml, Beardsley and family, 1958

Box 193   Folder 2

Ruml, 1959

Box 193   Folder 3

Ruml, 1960-1968

Box 193   Folder 4

Ruml, Mr. and Mrs. Treadwell (Barbara Howe), 1958-1973

Box 193   Folder 5

Sa, general, #1

Box 193   Folder 6

Sa, #2

Box 193   Folder 7

Sa, #3

Box 193   Folder 8

Sa, #4

Box 193   Folder 9

Saba, Michael

Box 193   Folder 10

St. John's College

Box 193   Folder 11

Salisbury, Harrison

Box 193   Folder 12

Salomon, Irving

Box 193   Folder 13

Saturday Review

Box 194   Folder 1

Sc, general, #1

Box 194   Folder 2

Sc, #2

Box 194   Folder 3

Sc, #3

Box 194   Folder 4

Sc, #4

Box 194   Folder 5

Sc, #5

Box 194   Folder 6

Scheetz, Frances

Box 194   Folder 7

Scherman, Harry, 1958-1961

Box 194   Folder 8

Scherman, 1962-1968

Box 194   Folder 9

Scheuer, Sidney, 1958-1963

Box 194   Folder 10

Scheuer, 1964-1971

Box 194   Folder 11

Schiff, Dorothy

Box 194   Folder 12

Schleiter, Walter, 1958-1959

Box 194   Folder 13

Schleiter, 1960-1961

Box 194   Folder 14

Schleiter, 1962-1963

Box 194   Folder 15

Schleiter, 1964-1965

Box 194   Folder 16

Schleiter, 1966

Box 194   Folder 17

Schleiter, 1967-1968

Box 195   Folder 1

Schleiter, 1969-1970

Box 195   Folder 2

Schleiter, 1971-1973

Box 195   Folder 3

Scoll, David, 1958-1962

Box 195   Folder 4

Scoll, 1967-1968

Box 195   Folder 5

Scott, J. B.

Box 195   Folder 6

Scudder, Townsend, 1958

Box 195   Folder 7

Scudder, 1959-1960

Box 195   Folder 8

Scudder, 1961-1971

Box 195   Folder 9

Se, general, 1958-1960

Box 195   Folder 10

Se, 1961-1965

Box 195   Folder 11

Se, 1966-1972

Box 195   Folder 12

Seaman, Paul, 1959-1961

Box 195   Folder 13

Seaman, 1962-1965

Box 195   Folder 14

Segal, Charles

Box 195   Folder 15

Sevareid, Eric

Box 195   Folder 16

Seydoux, Roger

Box 196   Folder 1

Sha, general

Box 196   Folder 2

Shaw, Alejandro, Sr. and Jr., 1958-1965

Box 196   Folder 3

Shaw, 1966-1968

Box 196   Folder 4

Shaw, 1969-1971

Box 196   Folder 5

She, general

Box 196   Folder 6

Sheehan, Lawrence J.

Box 196   Folder 7

Sherrod, Robert

Box 196   Folder 8

Shi-Shu, general

Box 196   Folder 9

Shimkin, Leon

Box 196   Folder 10

Shuster, George, 1958-1964

Box 196   Folder 11

Shuster, 1965-1972

Box 196   Folder 12

Si-Sk, general, 1958-1962

Box 196   Folder 13

Si-Sk, 1963-1966

Box 196   Folder 14

Si-Sk, 1967-1969

Box 196   Folder 15

Si-Sk, 1970-1973

Box 197   Folder 1

Silvert, Kalman H., 1958-1961

Box 197   Folder 2

Silvert, 1962-1969

Box 197   Folder 3

Simon, Stanley

Box 197   Folder 4

Skouras, Spyros

Box 197   Folder 5

Sl, general

Box 197   Folder 6

Slater, Joseph, 1958-1966

Box 197   Folder 7

Slater, 1967-1973

Box 197   Folder 8

Sm, general, #1

Box 197   Folder 9

Sm, #2

Box 197   Folder 10

Smiley, Joseph

Box 197   Folder 11

Smith, Carleton S.

Box 197   Folder 12

Smith, Hermon D., 1959-1960

Box 197   Folder 13

Smith, 1961-1965

Box 197   Folder 14

Smith, 1966-1973

Box 198   Folder 1

Snyder, John

Box 198   Folder 2

Sp, general, #1

Box 198   Folder 3

Sp, #2

Box 198   Folder 4

Sp, #3

Box 198   Folder 5

Sta-Ste, general, #1

Box 198   Folder 6

Sta-Ste, #2

Box 198   Folder 7

Sta-Ste, #3

Box 198   Folder 8

Stanton, Frank

Box 198   Folder 9

Starr, Mark

Box 198   Folder 10

Stegmaier, John L.

Box 198   Folder 11

Stein, Herbert

Box 198   Folder 12

Stern, Philip M.

Box 198   Folder 13

Stevens, Edmund

Box 198   Folder 14

Stevens, George

Box 198   Folder 15

Stevens, Roger L., 1958-1963

Box 198   Folder 16

Stevens, 1964-1967

Box 198   Folder 17

Stevens, 1968-1973

Box 199   Folder 1

Stevenson, John, #1

Box 199   Folder 2

Stevenson, #2

Box 199   Folder 3

Stewart, Jack

Box 199   Folder 4

Sti-Sto, general, #1

Box 199   Folder 5

Sti-Sto, #2

Box 199   Folder 6

Stoddard, George

Box 199   Folder 7

Stone, Donald

Box 199   Folder 8

Stone, Shepard

Box 199   Folder 9

Str-Stu, general

Box 199   Folder 10

Streit, Clarence

Box 199   Folder 11

Strelsin, Alfred, 1958-1963

Box 199   Folder 12

Strelsin, 1964-1972

Box 199   Folder 13

Stuart, John

Box 199   Folder 14

Stuart, Robert, Sr. and Jr.

Box 199   Folder 15

Stuten, Christian

Box 199   Folder 16

Su-Sz, general, #1

Box 199   Folder 17

Su-Sz, #2

Box 200   Folder 1

Sulzberger, Arthur Hays, Arthur Ochs, Iphigene, 1956-1964

Box 200   Folder 2

Sulzberger, 1965-1967

Box 200   Folder 3

Sulzberger, 1968-1972

Box 200   Folder 4

Sulzberger, Cyrus

Box 200   Folder 5

Swanberg, W. A.

Box 200   Folder 6

Swing, Raymond

Box 200   Folder 7

Syracuse University

Box 201   Folder 1

Ta-Td, general

Box 201   Folder 2

Taft, Charles P., 1959-1973

Box 201   Folder 3

Tallman, Bertha, 1960-1973

Box 201   Folder 4

Taylor, Harold, 1959-1969

Box 201   Folder 5

Taylor, Howard and Caroline, 1959-1966

Box 201   Folder 6

Taylor, 1967-1973

Box 201   Folder 7

Te-Tg, general

Box 201   Folder 8

Th-Tq, general, 1958-1962

Box 201   Folder 9

Th-Tq, 1963-1973

Box 201   Folder 10

Thomas, Lowell, 1965-1972

Box 201   Folder 11

Thomas, Norman, 1958-1972

Box 201   Folder 12

Time, Inc., 1959-1965

Box 202   Folder 1

Tr-Tt, general

Box 202   Folder 2

Trueblood, Edward G., 1958-1973

Box 202   Folder 3

Tu-Tz, general

Box 202   Folder 4

Tucker, Robert C., 1958-1971

Box 202   Folder 5

Tyroler, Charles, II, 1961-1963

Box 202   Folder 6

U, general, 1958-1963

Box 202   Folder 7

U, 1964-1973

Box 202   Folder 8

United Nations, 1958-1965

Box 202   Folder 9

United Nations, 1966-1969

Box 202   Folder 10

United Nations, 1970-1973

Box 203   Folder 1

United Nations Association of the United States of America, 1968-1970

Box 203   Folder 2

United Nations Association of the United States of America, 1971-1973

Box 203   Folder 3

United Negro College Fund, Inc., 1958-1972

Box 203   Folder 4

University of Michigan Business Hall of Fame, 1967

Box 203   Folder 5

Urrows, Henry, 1958-1960

Box 203   Folder 6

Urrows, 1961-1971

Box 203   Folder 7

V-Vh, general

Box 203   Folder 8

Valenti, Jack, 1966-1973

Box 203   Folder 9

Van Meter, Galen and Janet, 1958-1959

Box 203   Folder 10

Van Meter, 1960-1961

Box 203   Folder 11

Van Meter, 1962

Box 203   Folder 12

Van Meter, 1963

Box 203   Folder 13

Van Meter, 1964-1970

Box 204   Folder 1

Van Voorhies, Rousseau, 1958-1966

Box 204   Folder 2

Vi-Vz, general

Box 204   Folder 3

Vincent, Mr. and Mrs. John Carter, 1960-1973

Box 204   Folder 4

Vogel, Frank, 1958-1973

Box 204   Folder 5

Volunteers for International Technical Assistance, Inc., 1966-1968

Box 204   Folder 6

Wa-Wd, general, 1958-1963

Box 204   Folder 7

Wa-Wd, 1964-1973

Box 204   Folder 8

Wade, Robert and Eleanor, 1963-1973

Box 205   Folder 1

Wallace, De Witt, 1961-1963

Box 205   Folder 2

Wallace, 1964-1965

Box 205   Folder 3

Wallace, 1966-1967

Box 205   Folder 4

Wallace, 1968-1973

Box 205   Folder 5

Washington Post acquisition, 1963

Box 205   Folder 6

We, general, #1

Box 205   Folder 7

We, #2

Box 205   Folder 8

Webb, James E., 1958-1971

Box 205   Folder 9

Noah Webster Foundation, 1965-1973

Box 206   Folder 1

Wechsler, James, 1958-1972

Box 206   Folder 2

The Weizmann Institute of Science, 1958-1972

Box 206   Folder 3

Wh, general

Box 206   Folder 4

Wheeler, John N., 1957-1968

Box 206   Folder 5

Wheeler, Thomas, 1958-1972

Box 206   Folder 6

Wheeler, Walter H., Jr., 1958-1973

Box 206   Folder 7

White, Glenn, 1958-1968

Box 206   Folder 8

White, Nate, 1960-1962

Box 206   Folder 9

White, Theodore and Nancy, 1958-1964

Box 206   Folder 10

White, 1965-1969

Box 206   Folder 11

White, 1970-1973

Box 206   Folder 12

The White House Conference on International Cooperation, 1965

Box 207   Folder 1

Whitney, John Hay (Jock), 1959-1967

Box 207   Folder 2

Wi-Wn, general, 1958-1959

Box 207   Folder 3

Wi-Wn, 1960-1964

Box 207   Folder 4

Wi-Wn, 1965-1968

Box 207   Folder 5

Wi-Wn, 1969-1973

Box 207   Folder 6

Wilde, Frazar B., 1957-1969

Box 207   Folder 7

Wilkie, Philip H., 1959-1968

Box 207   Folder 8

Wilkins, Roy, 1963-1970

Box 207   Folder 9

The Woodrow Wilson Foundation, 1960-1963

Box 207   Folder 10

Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, 1970

Box 207   Folder 11

The Wiltwyck School for Boys, Inc., 1961-1972

Box 207   Folder 12

Wisdom Society, 1967

Box 208   Folder 1

Wo-Woq, general

Box 208   Folder 2

Wofford, Harris, 1968-1972

Box 208   Folder 3

Wood, Robert E., 1958-1972

Box 208   Folder 4

Woodward, Robert, 1963-1972

Box 208   Folder 5

Wor-Woz, general

Box 208   Folder 6

Works, Philip O., 1958-1972

Box 208   Folder 7

World Brotherhood, 1958-1959

Box 208   Folder 8

World Peace Through Law Center, 1965-1972

Box 208   Folder 9

Wr-Wz, general

Box 208   Folder 10

Wright, Quincy and Louise, 1960-1971

Box 209   Folder 1

X-Z, general, #1

Box 209   Folder 2

X-Z, #2

Box 209   Folder 3

Yale University, 40th anniversary

Box 209   Folder 4

Yale University, 50th anniversary

Box 209   Folder 5

Yale University, groups, 1958-1961

Box 209   Folder 6

Yale University, groups, 1962-1964

Box 209   Folder 7

Yale University, groups, 1965-1967

Box 209   Folder 8

Yale University, groups, 1968-1970

Box 209   Folder 9

Yale University, groups, 1971-1973

Box 209   Folder 10

Yale University, Russian Chorus, 1958-1973

Box 210   Folder 1

Yale University, general, 1961-1965

Box 210   Folder 2

Yale University, general, 1966

Box 210   Folder 3

Yale University, general, 1967-1969

Box 210   Folder 4

Yale University, general, 1970-1973

Box 210   Folder 5

Yntema, Theodore, 1959-1966

Box 210   Folder 6

Yntema, 1967-1969

Box 210   Folder 7

Yost, Charles, 1963-1966

Box 210   Folder 8

Yost, 1967-1971

Box 210   Folder 9

Young, James Webb

Box 210   Folder 10

Young, Whitney

Box 210   Folder 11

Zeckendorg, William

Box 210   Folder 12

Zeiss Foundation

Box 210   Folder 13

Zenkl, Peter

Subseries 3: Business Career

Sub-subseries 1: General

Box 211   Folder 1

A-Z, general

Box 211   Folder 2

Joyce, Inc. (formerly Pasadena Slipper Co.), 1934-1940

Box 211   Folder 3

Parent-Teacher Magazine, 1934-1937

Box 211   Folder 4

Picture Magazine, 1937-1939

Box 211   Folder 5

Publications Research, Inc., 1940

Box 211   Folder 6

P. M. Magazine, A-Z, general

Box 211   Folder 7

P. M. Magazine, Annenberg Report, 1940

Box 211   Folder 8

P. M. Magazine, Bliss, R. L., 1940

Box 211   Folder 9

P. M. Magazine, Cushing, Charles, 1940-1941

Box 211   Folder 10

P. M. Magazine, directors' meetings, 1940

Box 211   Folder 11

P. M. Magazine, Feldman, Harry, 1940-1942

Box 211   Folder 12

P. M. Magazine, Fizdale, Tom, 1940

Box 211   Folder 13

P. M. Magazine, Ingersoll, Ralph, 1939

Box 211   Folder 14

P. M. Magazine, Ingersoll, Jan.-Apr. 1940

Box 211   Folder 15

P. M. Magazine, Ingersoll, May 1940-1941

Box 211   Folder 16

YOU Magazine, 1938-1940

Box 212   Folder 1

A-L, general

Box 212   Folder 2

Dehydration, Inc. (Birdseye), 1942-1947

Box 212   Folder 3

Haynes, Eldridge, 1944-1945

Box 212   Folder 4

Hudson, Edward F., 1941-1945

Box 212   Folder 5

Joyce, Inc., 1941-1947

Box 213   Folder 1

Hartford Courant, general, 1956-1957

Box 213   Folder 2

Hartford Courant, general, 1957

Box 213   Folder 3

Hartford Courant, financial reports, 1957

Box 213   Folder 4

Hartford Courant, general, Jan.-May 1958

Box 213   Folder 5

Hartford Courant, general, June-Dec. 1958

Box 213   Folder 6

Hartford Courant, general, 1964-1971

Box 213   Folder 7

Hartford Times, 1961-1971

Box 213   Folder 8

Jewelers Acceptance Corporation, 1958

Sub-subseries 2: Benton & Bowles

Box 214   Folder 1

Benton & Bowles papers, Benton prior to Benton and Bowles, 1925-1929

Box 214   Folder 2

Benton & Bowles papers, partnership agreement, July 9, 1929; supplement, March 1931

Box 214   Folder 3

Benton & Bowles papers, agreement between W. B. Benton, C. B. Bowles, A. W. Hobler, and certificate of incorporation, May 24, 1932

Box 214   Folder 4

Benton & Bowles papers, employment contract, May 27, 1932; supplement agreements, June 3, 1932

Box 214   Folder 5

Benton & Bowles papers, stock sale agreement, Dec. 31, 1934; memorandum dated Jan. 5, 1934

Box 214   Folder 6

Benton & Bowles papers, drafts of stock sale agreement of Dec. 31, 1934

Box 214   Folder 7

Benton & Bowles papers, draft of memorandum of Jan. 5, 1934

Box 214   Folder 8

Benton & Bowles papers, legal papers, general, 1934-1935

Box 214   Folder 9

Benton & Bowles papers, legal papers, general, 1936

Box 214   Folder 10

Benton & Bowles papers, amended Benton stock sale agreement, Dec. 14, 1936

Box 214   Folder 11

Benton & Bowles papers, stock contract, 1937-1939

Box 215   Folder 1

Benton & Bowles papers, second amended Benton stock sale agreement, Jan. 2, 1938

Box 215   Folder 2

Benton & Bowles papers, stock contract, 1940

Box 215   Folder 3

Benton & Bowles papers, modification agreement, July 1940

Box 215   Folder 4

Benton & Bowles papers, stock contract, 1941

Box 215   Folder 5

Benton & Bowles papers, cancellation of stock agreement of Jan. 1938; stock agreement of Aug. 18, 1942

Box 215   Folder 6

Benton & Bowles papers, stock contract, 1942-1943

Box 215   Folder 7

Benton & Bowles papers, stock agreement of Dec. 7, 1943

Box 215   Folder 8

Benton & Bowles papers, financial and stock data

Box 216   Folder 1

Advertising accounts, Chrysler, 1932-1933

Box 216   Folder 2

Advertising accounts, beer, 1933

Box 216   Folder 3

Advertising accounts, Fehlman Plan, 1934

Box 216   Folder 4

Advertising accounts, 4As, 1934

Box 216   Folder 5

Advertising accounts, general, 1934

Box 216   Folder 6

Advertising accounts, taxes, 1934

Box 216   Folder 7

Advertising accounts, Spencer Trask, 1934-1935

Box 216   Folder 8

Advertising accounts, Frigidaire, 1935

Box 216   Folder 9

Advertising accounts, General Foods, 1935

Box 216   Folder 10

Advertising accounts, General Motors, 1935

Box 216   Folder 11

Advertising accounts, general, 1935

Box 216   Folder 12

Advertising accounts, Alka-Gum, 1936

Box 216   Folder 13

Advertising accounts, general, 1936

Box 216   Folder 14

Advertising accounts, general post-retirement, 1936

Box 217   Folder 1

Advertising accounts, National Republican Committee, 1936

Box 217   Folder 2

Advertising accounts, politics, 1936

Box 217   Folder 3

Advertising accounts, Re-No, 1936

Box 217   Folder 4

Advertising accounts, F. D. Richardson, 1936

Box 217   Folder 5

Advertising accounts, Safeway Stores, 1936

Box 217   Folder 6

Advertising accounts, trust funds, 1936

Box 217   Folder 7

Advertising accounts, Seeing-Eye, 1936-1937

Box 217   Folder 8

Advertising accounts, general, 1937

Box 217   Folder 9

Advertising accounts, general, 1938

Box 217   Folder 10

Advertising accounts, general, 1939

Box 217   Folder 11

Advertising accounts, general, 1940

Box 218   Folder 1

A-Z, general, 1925-1940

Box 218   Folder 2

Adams, James S., 1937-1939

Box 218   Folder 3

Dempsey, Joseph F., 1935-1940

Box 218   Folder 4

Dobberteen, Harold H., 1939-1940

Box 218   Folder 5

Dudley, Chester W., 1936-1938

Box 218   Folder 6

Hobler, A. W. (Hobe)

Box 218   Folder 7

Revere, Tom, 1937-1940

Box 218   Folder 8

Rogers, James C., 1940

Box 218   Folder 9

Roule, Doloret, 1938-1939

Box 219   Folder 1

A-Z, general, 1941-1947

Box 219   Folder 2

Ad accounts, description of agency service

Box 219   Folder 3

Ad accounts, general, 1941

Box 219   Folder 4

Ad accounts, general, 1942

Box 219   Folder 5

Ad accounts, general, 1943

Box 219   Folder 6

Ad accounts, general, 1944-1945

Box 219   Folder 7

Baker, William R., Jr., 1946-1947

Box 219   Folder 8

Degner, Mickey, 1942-1944

Box 219   Folder 9

Hobler, A. W. (Hobe), 1941-1947

Box 220   Folder 1

A-K, general, 1948-1957

Box 220   Folder 2

Hobler, A. W. (Hobe)

Box 220   Folder 3

L-Z, general, 1948-1957

Box 220   Folder 4

A-K, general, 1958-1963

Box 220   Folder 5

A-K, 1964-1968

Box 220   Folder 6

A-K, 1969-1973

Box 220   Folder 7

Baker, William R., Jr., 1959-1968

Box 220   Folder 8

Hobler, A. W. (Hobe), 1958-1973

Box 220   Folder 9

Lusk, Robert, 1959-1971

Box 220   Folder 10

Steele, Ted

Sub-subseries 3: Muzak

Box 221   Folder 1

A-Z, general, 1941-1948

Box 221   Folder 2

A-Z, 1941-1948

Box 221   Folder 3

Andrew, John, 1945-1947

Box 221   Folder 4

Andrus, John, 1941-1948

Box 221   Folder 5

Barth, Chester, 1944-1947

Box 221   Folder 6

Catchings, Waddill, 1940

Box 221   Folder 7

Catchings, Jan.-Aug. 1941

Box 221   Folder 8

Catchings, Sept.-Dec. 1941

Box 221   Folder 9

Catchings, contract, 1941

Box 221   Folder 10

Catchings, 1942

Box 221   Folder 11

Catchings, contract, 1942

Box 222   Folder 1

Cowley, Charles, 1947-1949

Box 222   Folder 2

DiLorenzo, Chris, 1947-1948

Box 222   Folder 3

Expense accounts, 1942-1943

Box 222   Folder 4

Financial reports, 1942-1950

Box 222   Folder 5

Finney, Clinton, 1941-Aug. 1942

Box 222   Folder 6

Finney, Sept.-Oct. 1942

Box 222   Folder 7

Finney, Nov.-Dec. 1942

Box 222   Folder 8

Finney, Jan.-Feb. 1943

Box 222   Folder 9

Finney, Mar.-Dec. 1943

Box 222   Folder 10

Finney, 1944

Box 222   Folder 11

Finney, 1945

Box 222   Folder 12

Flanders, Mrs. Ralph, 1945

Box 222   Folder 13

Fly, James, 1943-1945

Box 222   Folder 14

Fly, 1945-1948

Box 223   Folder 1

Freeman, Herbert, 1943-1947

Box 223   Folder 2

Gilpan, L. N., 1946-1952

Box 223   Folder 3

Hembrooke, E. M., 1943-1957

Box 223   Folder 4

Herdman, William, 1942-1945

Box 223   Folder 5

Kerner, Anna M., 1942-1952

Box 223   Folder 6

Maclean, Ethel, 1945-1948

Box 223   Folder 7

Miller, Allan, 1941-1943

Box 223   Folder 8

Minutes of meetings and notices, 1941-1943

Box 223   Folder 9

Minutes of meetings and notices, 1944-1948

Box 223   Folder 10

Morrison, A. W., 1944-1945

Box 223   Folder 11

Ratner, Victor, 1943-1947

Box 223   Folder 12

Reports, 1943

Box 223   Folder 13

Reports, 1944

Box 223   Folder 14

Reports, 1947

Box 223   Folder 15

Selvin, Ben, 1942-1945

Box 223   Folder 16

Silverstone Record Club, 1946-1948

Box 223   Folder 17

Smith, Robert, 1942-1948

Box 223   Folder 18

Stevenson, T. K., 1942-1943

Box 224   Folder 1

Tallman, Bertha, 1942

Box 224   Folder 2

Tallman, 1943

Box 224   Folder 3

Tallman, 1944-1947

Box 224   Folder 4

Tracey, E. A., 1942-1943

Box 224   Folder 5

Urban, Gretl, 1942-1947

Box 224   Folder 6

Weiner, Joseph, 1944

Box 224   Folder 7

Weiner, 1945-1948

Box 225   Folder 1

A-E, general, 1948-1957

Box 225   Folder 2

Administration, finance, 1957-1958

Box 225   Folder 3

Administration, miscellaneous, 1951-1960

Box 225   Folder 4

Administration, personal, 1957-1958

Box 225   Folder 5

Andrus, John, 1949

Box 225   Folder 6

Andrus, 1950-1954

Box 225   Folder 7

Andrus, 1955

Box 225   Folder 8

Andrus, 1956

Box 225   Folder 9

Andrus, 1957

Box 225   Folder 10

Cowley, Charles, 1950-1957

Box 225   Folder 11

F-L, general

Box 226   Folder 1

Financial reports, 1951

Box 226   Folder 2

Financial reports, 1956

Box 226   Folder 3

Financial reports, 1957

Box 226   Folder 4

Hockhouser, Edward, 1956-1957

Box 226   Folder 5

Houghton, Ethel Maclean, 1950-1957

Box 226   Folder 6

M-P, general

Box 226   Folder 7

Minutes of meetings and notices, 1949-1957

Box 226   Folder 8

R, general

Box 226   Folder 9

Reports, 1949

Box 226   Folder 10

Reports, 1956

Box 226   Folder 11

Roberts, Joseph, 1956-1957

Box 227   Folder 1

S, general

Box 227   Folder 2

Sale of Muzak, 1957, #1

Box 227   Folder 3

Sale of Muzak, #2

Box 227   Folder 4

T-Z, general

Box 227   Folder 5

Wilson, Richard, 1948-1949

Box 227   Folder 6

Wiswell, Andrew M.

Box 228   Folder 1

Administration, 1961-1964

Box 228   Folder 2

Andrus, John, 1958-1972

Box 228   Folder 3

Cowley, Charles, 1958-1972

Box 228   Folder 4

Publicity, 1958

Box 228   Folder 5

Sale of company, 1958

Sub-subseries 4: Encyclopaedia Britannica

Box 229   Folder 1

General, 1941

Box 229   Folder 2

General, 1942

Box 229   Folder 3

General, 1943

Box 229   Folder 4

General, 1944

Box 229   Folder 5

General, 1945

Box 229   Folder 6

General, 1946

Box 229   Folder 7

A-C, general

Box 229   Folder 8

Arnspiger, Clyde

Box 229   Folder 9

Board of Trustees, Special Committee on Encyclopaedia Britannica

Box 229   Folder 10

Collections

Box 229   Folder 11

Corey, Stephen M.

Box 230   Folder 1

D-G, general

Box 230   Folder 2

Daly, Rose H.

Box 230   Folder 3

Debevoise, E. Whitney

Box 230   Folder 4

Disney, Walt

Box 230   Folder 5

Dunham, Franklin A.

Box 230   Folder 6

Eleff, G. I., 1943

Box 230   Folder 7

ERPI, 1932-1936

Box 230   Folder 8

ERPI, 1937-1939

Box 230   Folder 9

ERPI, general, #1

Box 230   Folder 10

ERPI, general, #2

Box 230   Folder 11

Fellowships

Box 230   Folder 12

Gacesa, Katherine, 1946-1947

Box 230   Folder 13

General Education Board

Box 230   Folder 14

Grubbs, Harry

Box 230   Folder 15

H-L, general

Box 230   Folder 16

Hansen, C.F., 1947

Box 231   Folder 1

M-P, general

Box 231   Folder 2

McClintock, Miller

Box 231   Folder 3

McGilvray, John

Box 231   Folder 4

McGraw, James H., 1943-1946

Box 231   Folder 5

McNeil, Hector, 1948-1951

Box 231   Folder 6

McNeil, 1952

Box 231   Folder 7

McNeil, Jan.-Apr. 1953

Box 231   Folder 8

McNeil, May-Aug. 1953

Box 231   Folder 9

McNeil, Sept.-Dec. 1953

Box 231   Folder 10

McNeil, Jan.-Mar. 1954

Box 231   Folder 11

McNeil, Apr.-June 1954

Box 231   Folder 12

McNeil, July-Sept. 1954

Box 231   Folder 13

McNeil, Oct. 1954-1957

Box 232   Folder 1

Movies

Box 232   Folder 2

Negotiations, #1

Box 232   Folder 3

Negotiations, #2

Box 232   Folder 4

Operating Committee

Box 233   Folder 1

Powell, E. H., 1942-1943

Box 233   Folder 2

Powell, 1944

Box 233   Folder 3

Powell, 1945

Box 233   Folder 4

Promotion, 1943-1944

Box 233   Folder 5

R-T, general

Box 233   Folder 6

Schoenwald, Lou C., 1943

Box 233   Folder 7

Schoenwald, 1944-1945

Box 233   Folder 8

Schuster, Max L.

Box 233   Folder 9

Stuber, A.

Box 233   Folder 10

Tams, W. G.

Box 233   Folder 11

Tompkins, Lionel

Box 233   Folder 12

Wood, Robert E.

Box 233   Folder 13

U-Z, general

Box 233   Folder 14

Yust, Walter

Box 234   Folder 1

A, general

Box 234   Folder 2

B-Bi, general

Box 234   Folder 3

Bo-Bz, general

Box 234   Folder 4

Brodshaug, Melvin

Box 234   Folder 5

Browne, Barbara

Box 234   Folder 6

Brubaker, Robert

Box 234   Folder 7

Ca-Ce, general

Box 234   Folder 8

Ch-Cl, general

Box 234   Folder 9

Co-Cz, general

Box 234   Folder 10

Colmes, Walter

Box 234   Folder 11

Corson, John J.

Box 234   Folder 12

Cox, Paul

Box 235   Folder 1

Da-De, general

Box 235   Folder 2

Di-Dz, general

Box 235   Folder 3

Dolphin, A. E. and E. T.

Box 235   Folder 4

E-F, general

Box 235   Folder 5

Economic Cooperation Administration

Box 235   Folder 6

Foster, Norman

Box 235   Folder 7

Ga-Go, general

Box 235   Folder 8

Gr-Gz, general

Box 235   Folder 9

Great Books Foundation, 1949

Box 235   Folder 10

Ha, general

Box 235   Folder 11

Hart, Lidbury and Associates

Box 236   Folder 1

He-Hi, general

Box 236   Folder 2

High, Stanley

Box 236   Folder 3

Ho-Hz, general

Box 236   Folder 4

I-K, general

Box 236   Folder 5

Kapp, Edgar

Box 236   Folder 6

L, general

Box 236   Folder 7

Ma, general

Box 236   Folder 8

Mc, general

Box 236   Folder 9

Me-Mz, general

Box 236   Folder 10

N-O, general

Box 236   Folder 11

O'Brien, Dale

Box 236   Folder 12

P-Q, general

Box 237   Folder 1

Ra-Ri, general

Box 237   Folder 2

Ro-Rz, general

Box 237   Folder 3

Sa-Sc, general

Box 237   Folder 4

Se, general

Box 237   Folder 5

Sh-Si, general

Box 237   Folder 6

Sm-Ste, general

Box 237   Folder 7

Sti-Sz, general

Box 237   Folder 8

T, general

Box 237   Folder 9

U-Wa, general

Box 237   Folder 10

Waugh, George M.

Box 237   Folder 11

We-Wh, general

Box 237   Folder 12

Wi, general

Box 237   Folder 13

Wo-Z, general

Box 237   Folder 14

Wygant, Foster, #1

Box 237   Folder 15

Wygant, #2

Box 238   Folder 1

A-C, general

Box 238   Folder 2

Allen, Lewis, 1960

Box 238   Folder 3

American Cancer Society, 1964-1972

Box 238   Folder 4

Ankerman, Gerard J., 1962

Box 238   Folder 5

Armitage, John, 1958-1971

Box 238   Folder 6

Ba-Be, general

Box 238   Folder 7

Bassow, Whitman, 1964-1968

Box 238   Folder 8

Bi-Bri, general

Box 238   Folder 9

Brandt, Harry, 1958-1970

Box 238   Folder 10

Bro-Bu, general

Box 238   Folder 11

Ca-Col, general

Box 238   Folder 12

College of Advanced Science, 1958

Box 238   Folder 13

Conger, Dorothy and Robert, 1958-1970

Box 238   Folder 14

Cowan, Lester, 1963

Box 238   Folder 15

Craner, Lawrence, 1965-1966

Box 239   Folder 1

Curtis acquisition, pros and cons, 1959-1960

Box 239   Folder 2

Curtis acquisition, pros and cons, 1961

Box 239   Folder 3

Curtis acquisition, pros and cons, 1962

Box 239   Folder 4

Curtis acquisition, pros and cons, 1963-1964

Box 239   Folder 5

Curtis acquisition, pros and cons, 1965

Box 239   Folder 6

Curtis acquisition, negotiations, 1959-1960

Box 239   Folder 7

Curtis acquisition, negotiations, Jan.-Sept. 1961

Box 239   Folder 8

Curtis acquisition, negotiations, Oct.-Dec. 1961

Box 240   Folder 1

Curtis acquisition, negotiations, 1962

Box 240   Folder 2

Curtis acquisition, negotiations, 1963-1964

Box 240   Folder 3

Curtis acquisition, negotiations, 1965

Box 240   Folder 4

Curtis acquisition, Cecil King, 1965

Box 240   Folder 5

Curtis acquisition, corporate structure, 1958-1962

Box 240   Folder 6

Curtis acquisition, financial analysis, 1959-1960

Box 240   Folder 7

Curtis acquisition, financial analysis, 1961

Box 240   Folder 8

Curtis acquisition, financial analysis, 1962-1965

Box 241   Folder 1

Curtis acquisition, financing, 1960-1962

Box 241   Folder 2

Curtis acquisition, financing, Benton stock, 1960-1962

Box 241   Folder 3

Curtis acquisition, financing, 1964-1965

Box 241   Folder 4

Curtis acquisition, Holiday Magazine, 1961-1965

Box 241   Folder 5

Curtis acquisition, Saturday Evening Post, 1961-1965

Box 241   Folder 6

Curtis acquisition, Culligan, Matthew J., 1962-1971

Box 242   Folder 1

D, general

Box 242   Folder 2

D'Alton, V., 1960-1961

Box 242   Folder 3

Davies, Ernest, 1960-1969

Box 242   Folder 4

Dawson, Frank, 1961

Box 242   Folder 5

Del Solar, Charlotte, 1969-1972

Box 242   Folder 6

D'Huc, Count, 1958

Box 242   Folder 7

Downs, James C., Jr., 1958-1969

Box 242   Folder 8

Doyle, John and Angela, 1958-1972

Box 242   Folder 9

Draper, Dorothy, 1961

Box 242   Folder 10

Dudley, C. W., 1968-1972

Box 242   Folder 11

Dumbrill, Richard, 1970

Box 243   Folder 1

E-F, general

Box 243   Folder 2

English language and Britannica Institute, Jan.-Sept. 1966

Box 243   Folder 3

English language and Britannica Institute, Oct.-Dec. 1966

Box 243   Folder 4

English language and Britannica Institute, 1967

Box 243   Folder 5

English language and Britannica Institute, 1969-1970

Box 243   Folder 6

English language and Britannica Institute, resources, 1969-1970

Box 243   Folder 7

Evans, Carol, 1958-1965

Box 243   Folder 8

Franklin Book Programs, Inc., 1967-1970

Box 243   Folder 9

G, general

Box 243   Folder 10

Gassaway, F. Drennan, 1964

Box 243   Folder 11

Goldenson, Lenoard, 1962-1972

Box 243   Folder 12

Goldsen, Joseph M., 1961-1972

Box 244   Folder 1

Goodlad, John I., 1964-1969

Box 244   Folder 2

Goodman, Lord, 1966-1968

Box 244   Folder 3

Granik, Theodore, 1958-1971

Box 244   Folder 4

Great Books Foundation, 1958-1968

Box 244   Folder 5

Guth, Oscar A., 1967-1971

Box 244   Folder 6

H, general

Box 244   Folder 7

Haley, Sir William, 1967-1972

Box 244   Folder 8

Harari, Robert, 1965

Box 244   Folder 9

Hiatt, Bert, 1958-1959

Box 244   Folder 10

Hiraizumi, Wataru, 1968-1970

Box 244   Folder 11

I-J, general

Box 244   Folder 12

Johnson, T. Loftin, 1958

Box 244   Folder 13

Jolson, Marvin and Betty, 1968-1971

Box 244   Folder 14

Jones, Randolph, 1962

Box 244   Folder 15

Jones, William J., 1959-1962

Box 244   Folder 16

K, general

Box 244   Folder 17

Keetch, John, 1958-1973

Box 244   Folder 18

L, general

Box 244   Folder 19

Lubell, Samuel, 1958

Box 245   Folder 1

Ma-Mc, general

Box 245   Folder 2

Macy, John W., Jr., 1969-1970

Box 245   Folder 3

Marin, Allan, 1961-1962

Box 245   Folder 4

Martin, David, 1968-1971

Box 245   Folder 5

McNeil, Sheila (Mrs. Hector) and Craig, 1958-1964

Box 245   Folder 6

McNeil, 1965-1972

Box 245   Folder 7

Me-Mz, general

Box 245   Folder 8

Michaelis, Arnold, 1958-1968

Box 245   Folder 9

Miller, Edwin B., 1965-1966

Box 245   Folder 10

Morison, Stanley, 1960-1962

Box 245   Folder 11

Morison, 1963

Box 245   Folder 12

Morison, 1964-1965

Box 245   Folder 13

Morison, 1966-1967

Box 246   Folder 1

N-O, general

Box 246   Folder 2

National Library Week, 1958-1961

Box 246   Folder 3

Nelson, David D., 1962-1968

Box 246   Folder 4

Nerber, John, 1958-1960

Box 246   Folder 5

P-Q, general

Box 246   Folder 6

Plaut, Ed, 1958-1964

Box 246   Folder 7

Polk, Louis F., Jr., 1969-1972

Box 246   Folder 8

Preble, Robert C., Sr. and Jr., 1958-1971

Box 246   Folder 9

R, general

Box 246   Folder 10

Rhodes, John and Irena, 1958-1962

Box 246   Folder 11

Rhodes, 1963-1964

Box 247   Folder 1

Rhodes, 1965-1966

Box 247   Folder 2

Rhodes, 1967-1969

Box 247   Folder 3

Rhodes, 1970-1973

Box 247   Folder 4

S, general, #1

Box 247   Folder 5

S, #2

Box 247   Folder 6

S, #3

Box 247   Folder 7

Semenko, Serge

Box 247   Folder 8

Simon, Stanley

Box 247   Folder 9

Stavrianos, L.S.

Box 247   Folder 10

T, general

Box 247   Folder 11

Theobald, Robert, 1962-1965

Box 247   Folder 12

Thompson, Paul, 1962-1973

Box 247   Folder 13

V, general

Box 247   Folder 14

Wh-Wz, general

Box 247   Folder 15

Wiser, Ralph E., II, 1961-1962

Box 247   Folder 16

X-Z, general

Subseries 4: Public Life

Sub-subseries 1: Public relations and project ideas, 1958-1973

Box 248   Folder 1

Administration, general, 1961-1970

Box 248   Folder 2

Administration, general, 1971

Box 248   Folder 3

Administration, general, 1972

Box 248   Folder 4

Administration, general, 1973

Box 248   Folder 5

Administration, consultants, Christman, Henry, 1960-1962

Box 248   Folder 6

Administration, consultants, Hyman, Sidney, 1961-1966

Box 248   Folder 7

Administration, consultants, Josephs, Ray, 1961-1962

Box 248   Folder 8

Administration, consultants, Sonnenberg, Benjamin, 1959-1962

Box 248   Folder 9

Administration, consultants, Trace, Arthur S., Jr., 1961-1962

Box 249   Folder 1

Administration, consultants, Urrows, Henry, 1961-1964

Box 249   Folder 2

Administration, consultants, Wilson, William, 1959-1961

Box 249   Folder 3

General projects, 1958-1961

Box 249   Folder 4

General projects, 1962

Box 249   Folder 5

General projects, 1963-1964

Box 249   Folder 6

General projects, 1965-1966

Box 249   Folder 7

Benton firsts, 1955-1964

Box 249   Folder 8

Biography project, 1961-1965

Box 249   Folder 9

Business and economics projects, general, 1959-1969

Box 249   Folder 10

Business and economics projects, image, 1959-1962

Box 249   Folder 11

Business and economics projects, boards of directors, 1959

Box 249   Folder 12

Business and economics projects, entrepreneurship, 1964

Box 249   Folder 13

Business and economics projects, selling, 1959-1963

Box 250   Folder 1

Communications projects, general, 1949-1967

Box 250   Folder 2

Communications projects, United Nations Conference on Freedom of Information (Geneva Conference), 1947-1948

Box 250   Folder 3

Communications projects, United Nations Conference on Freedom of Information (Geneva Conference), 1948

Box 250   Folder 4

Communications projects, United Nations Conference on Freedom of Information (Geneva Conference), 1951-1953

Box 250   Folder 5

Communications projects, Information Program, 1955-1963

Box 250   Folder 6

Communications projects, Information Program, 1965-1969

Box 250   Folder 7

Communications projects, Smith-Mundt Act, 1958-1961

Box 250   Folder 8

Communications projects, mass media, 1959-1962

Box 250   Folder 9

Communications projects, Voice of America, 1957-1962

Box 251   Folder 1

Education projects, general, 1958-1965

Box 251   Folder 2

Education projects, image, "William Benton, Educationist"

Box 251   Folder 3

Education projects, image, 1957-1962

Box 251   Folder 4

Education projects, image, 1963-1969

Box 251   Folder 5

Education projects, Benton's book

Box 251   Folder 6

Education projects, honorary degrees

Box 251   Folder 7

Education projects, liberal arts, 1954-1960

Box 251   Folder 8

Latin America, 1960-1961

Box 251   Folder 9

McCarthy project, 1959-1973

Box 252   Folder 1

Politics and government projects, general, 1958-1964

Box 252   Folder 2

Politics and government projects, general, 1965-1970

Box 252   Folder 3

Politics and government projects, image, 1959-1964

Box 252   Folder 4

Politics and government projects, America First Committee, 1964

Box 252   Folder 5

Politics and government projects, Campaign, 1964

Box 252   Folder 6

Politics and government projects, Democratic administration appointments, 1960-1961

Box 252   Folder 7

Politics and government projects, Democratic administration appointments, 1962-1967

Box 252   Folder 8

Politics and government projects, presidential elections, 1960-1961

Box 252   Folder 9

Politics and government projects, presidential elections, Schlesinger book, 1960

Box 252   Folder 10

Politics and government projects, campaign practices reforms, 1950-1959

Box 252   Folder 11

Politics and government projects, campaign practices reforms, 1960-1970

Box 253   Folder 1

Politics and government projects, reforms, 1958-1962

Box 253   Folder 2

Politics and government projects, reforms, 1963-1968

Box 253   Folder 3

Politics and government projects, reforms, federal salary system, 1963

Box 253   Folder 4

Radio and TV interviews, 1960-1964

Box 253   Folder 5

Soviet challenge, 1958-1962

Box 253   Folder 6

Soviet challenge, 1963-1966

Box 253   Folder 7

General image, 1959-1967

Sub-subseries 2: America First, 1939-1942

Box 254   Folder 1

Advertisements, 1941

Box 254   Folder 2

Bliss, Robert L., 1940-1941

Box 254   Folder 3

Borgese, G. A., May 1939-Feb. 1940

Box 254   Folder 4

Borgese, Mar.-June 1940

Box 254   Folder 5

Borgese, Aug.-Nov. 1940

Box 254   Folder 6

Bowles, Chester, Dec. 1940-July 1941

Box 254   Folder 7

"Copperhead" advertisement, 1941

Box 254   Folder 8

General files, Nov. 1940-Jan. 1941

Box 254   Folder 9

General files, Feb. 1941-Mar. 1941

Box 254   Folder 10

General files, Apr. 1941-May 1941

Box 254   Folder 11

General files, July 1941-Dec. 1941

Box 254   Folder 12

Hutchins/Samuel E. Gill poll, 1941

Box 254   Folder 13

LaFollette, Robert and Philip, 1940-1941

Box 254   Folder 14

Charles A. Lindbergh speeches, 1941

Box 254   Folder 15

Stuart, R. Douglas, Jr., Oct. 1940-Apr. 1941

Box 254   Folder 16

Stuart, May 1941

Box 254   Folder 17

Stuart, June 1941-Jan. 1942

Box 254   Folder 18

University of Chicago Round Table, May 1941

Box 254   Folder 19

Wood, Gen. Robert E., Jan. 1941-Jan. 1942

Sub-subseries 3: Committee for Economic Development

Box 255   Folder 1

General correspondence, 1941-1957

Box 255   Folder 2

General correspondence, 1941-1957

Box 255   Folder 3

General correspondence, 1941-1957

Box 255   Folder 4

General correspondence, 1941-1957

Box 255   Folder 5

General correspondence, 1941-1957

Box 255   Folder 6

A-C, general, 1941-1957

Box 255   Folder 7

A-C, 1941-1957

Box 255   Folder 8

A-C, 1941-1957

Box 255   Folder 9

Auditor

Box 256   Folder 1

Benton, William

Box 256   Folder 2

Board of Trustees

Box 256   Folder 3

Brady, Robert

Box 256   Folder 4

By-laws

Box 256   Folder 5

Calkins, Robert

Box 256   Folder 6

D-G, general, #1

Box 256   Folder 7

D-G, #2

Box 256   Folder 8

D-G, #3

Box 256   Folder 9

Dodd, Norman

Box 256   Folder 10

Dooley, Edwin B.

Box 256   Folder 11

Field development: divisional chart, 1945

Box 256   Folder 12

Financial statements, 1942-1944

Box 256   Folder 13

Flanders, Ralph, 1942-1945

Box 256   Folder 14

Fletcher, C. Scott, 1944-1945

Box 256   Folder 15

Folsom, Marion B., 1942-1943

Box 256   Folder 16

Fortune article, 1942-1943

Box 256   Folder 17

Francis, Clarence, 1942-1945

Box 256   Folder 18

Gager, Curt

Box 257   Folder 1

Grant, Will C., 1943

Box 257   Folder 2

H-L, general, 1942-1943

Box 257   Folder 3

H-L, 1944-1945

Box 257   Folder 4

Hoffman, Paul G., 1942-1945

Box 257   Folder 5

Hormel, Jay C., 1942-1943

Box 257   Folder 6

Hyde, Anthony, 1944-1945

Box 257   Folder 7

I-L, general, 1942-1943

Box 257   Folder 8

Inter-American Committee, 1942-1943

Box 257   Folder 9

Jacoby, Neil, 1942-1943

Box 257   Folder 10

Johnson, Henry, 1944-1945

Box 257   Folder 11

Lasswell, Harold D., 1942-1943

Box 257   Folder 12

M-P, general, #1

Box 257   Folder 13

M-P, #2

Box 257   Folder 14

M-P, #3

Box 258   Folder 1

Meetings

Box 258   Folder 2

R, general

Box 258   Folder 3

Regional chairmen

Box 258   Folder 4

Research Advisory Board

Box 258   Folder 5

Research Committee, #1

Box 258   Folder 6

Research Committee, #2

Box 258   Folder 7

Riis, Roger William

Box 258   Folder 8

Ruml, Beardsley

Box 258   Folder 9

S, general, #1

Box 258   Folder 10

S, #2

Box 258   Folder 11

Scherman, Harry, 1942-1943

Box 258   Folder 12

Schleiter, Walter B., 1943

Box 258   Folder 13

Slichter, Sumner, 1942-1943

Box 258   Folder 14

Stauffer, Grant

Box 259   Folder 1

T, general

Box 259   Folder 2

Test cities, 1942

Box 259   Folder 3

U-W, general

Box 259   Folder 4

Y-Z, general

Box 260   Folder 1

General correspondence, 1949-1952

Box 260   Folder 2

General correspondence, 1953

Box 260   Folder 3

General correspondence, 1954

Box 260   Folder 4

General correspondence, 1955

Box 260   Folder 5

General correspondence, 1956

Box 260   Folder 6

General correspondence, 1957

Box 260   Folder 7

Ralph Flanders bill

Box 260   Folder 8

J-L, general

Box 260   Folder 9

M-R, general

Box 260   Folder 10

Myers, Howard

Box 261   Folder 1

S, general

Box 261   Folder 2

T-Z, general

Box 261   Folder 3

Thomson, J. Cameron

Box 261   Folder 4

White, Nate

Box 261   Folder 5

Wilde, Frazar B.

Box 261   Folder 6

Williams, Walter

Box 262   Folder 1

Board of Trustees meetings, 1958

Box 262   Folder 2

Board of Trustees meetings, 1959

Box 262   Folder 3

Board of Trustees meetings, 1960-1961

Box 262   Folder 4

Board of Trustees meetings, 1962

Box 262   Folder 5

Board of Trustees meetings, 1963-1964

Box 262   Folder 6

Board of Trustees meetings, 1965-1966

Box 262   Folder 7

Board of Trustees meetings, 1967-1968

Box 262   Folder 8

Board of Trustees meetings, 1969

Box 262   Folder 9

Board of Trustees meetings, 1970-1971

Box 263   Folder 1

Board of Trustees meetings, 1972

Box 263   Folder 2

Reports, 1958-1960

Box 263   Folder 3

Reports, 1961

Box 263   Folder 4

Reports, Jan.-June 1962

Box 263   Folder 5

Reports, July-Dec. 1962

Box 263   Folder 6

Reports, 1963

Box 264   Folder 1

Reports, 1964

Box 264   Folder 2

Reports, 1966

Box 264   Folder 3

Reports, 1967

Box 264   Folder 4

Reports, 1968-1969

Box 264   Folder 5

Reports, 1970

Box 264   Folder 6

Reports, 1971

Box 264   Folder 7

Reports, 1972

Box 264   Folder 8

Reports, The Economic and Social Impact of the New Broadcast Media, 1971-1972

Box 264   Folder 9

Research and Policy Committee and Advisory Board, 1958-1960

Sub-subseries 4: Politics

Sub-sub-subseries 1: 1948-1957

Box 265   Folder 1

Acheson, Dean, 1948-1950

Box 265   Folder 2

Acheson, 1951

Box 265   Folder 3

Acheson, 1952-1957

Box 265   Folder 4

Anderson, Clinton P., 1948-1957

Box 265   Folder 5

Arpaia, Anthony, 1950-1957

Box 265   Folder 6

Ba-Bl, general

Box 266   Folder 1

Bailey, John M., 1949

Box 266   Folder 2

Bailey, Jan.-June 1950

Box 266   Folder 3

Bailey, July-Dec. 1950

Box 266   Folder 4

Bailey, Jan.-June 1951

Box 266   Folder 5

Bailey, July-Dec. 1951

Box 266   Folder 6

Bailey, 1952

Box 266   Folder 7

Bailey, 1953

Box 266   Folder 8

Bailey, 1954-1955

Box 266   Folder 9

Bailey, 1956-1957

Box 267   Folder 1

Bailey, Stephen K., 1951-1957

Box 267   Folder 2

Barkley, Alben W., 1948-1955

Box 267   Folder 3

Barrett, Edward W., 1948-1949

Box 267   Folder 4

Barrett, Jan.-June 1950

Box 267   Folder 5

Barrett, July-Dec. 1950

Box 267   Folder 6

Barrett, Jan.-May 1951

Box 267   Folder 7

Barrett, June-Dec. 1951

Box 267   Folder 8

Barrett, 1952-1956

Box 267   Folder 9

Barrett, 1957

Box 267   Folder 10

Baruch, Bernard M., 1950-1952

Box 268   Folder 1

Bennett, Douglas, 1948-1954

Box 268   Folder 2

Bernays, Edward L., 1950-1957

Box 268   Folder 3

Biffle, Leslie L., 1948-1957

Box 268   Folder 4

Bingham, Alfred M., 1948-1952

Box 268   Folder 5

Birkhead, Kenneth, 1951-1956

Box 269   Folder 1

Bo-Bz, general

Box 269   Folder 2

Butler, Paul M.

Box 269   Folder 3

Ca-Cl, general

Box 269   Folder 4

Chase, W. Howard

Box 269   Folder 5

Claffey, Robert

Box 269   Folder 6

Co-Cz, general

Box 269   Folder 7

Coombs, Philip H.

Box 270   Folder 1

Da-De, general

Box 270   Folder 2

Dannenberg, Leigh, 1949-1951

Box 270   Folder 3

Dannenberg, 1952-1953

Box 270   Folder 4

Dannenberg, 1954-1955

Box 270   Folder 5

Dannenberg, 1956-1957

Box 270   Folder 6

Democratic National Committee

Box 270   Folder 7

Di-Do, general

Box 270   Folder 8

Dodd, Thomas J., 1952-1955

Box 270   Folder 9

Dodd, 1956

Box 270   Folder 10

Dodd, 1957

Box 270   Folder 11

Dr-Dz, general

Box 271   Folder 1

E, general

Box 271   Folder 2

Edelstein, Julius

Box 271   Folder 3

Edson, Peter

Box 271   Folder 4

Eisenhower, Dwight

Box 271   Folder 5

Fa-Fl, general, #1

Box 271   Folder 6

Fa-Fl, #2

Box 271   Folder 7

Flaherty, Leo

Box 271   Folder 8

Fo-Fz, general

Box 271   Folder 9

Frank, John

Box 272   Folder 1

Ga, general

Box 272   Folder 2

Ge-Gz, general

Box 272   Folder 3

Golden, John

Box 272   Folder 4

Ha, general, #1

Box 272   Folder 5

Ha, #2

Box 272   Folder 6

Harriman, W. Averell, 1948-1952

Box 272   Folder 7

Harriman, 1953-1957

Box 272   Folder 8

He-Hn, general

Box 272   Folder 9

Henderson, Leon

Box 273   Folder 1

Ho-Hz, general

Box 273   Folder 2

Hobby, Oveta Culp

Box 273   Folder 3

Hull, Cordell

Box 273   Folder 4

Humphrey, Hubert, 1950-1952

Box 273   Folder 5

Humphrey, 1953-1954

Box 273   Folder 6

Humphrey, 1956-1957

Box 273   Folder 7

I-J, general

Box 273   Folder 8

Jackson, John Day

Box 273   Folder 9

Johnson, Robert

Box 273   Folder 10

Jones, Jesse

Box 274   Folder 1

K, general

Box 274   Folder 2

Kander, Allen

Box 274   Folder 3

Kaplan, Jack M.

Box 274   Folder 4

Kefauver, Estes

Box 274   Folder 5

Kelly, John P.

Box 274   Folder 6

Krock, Arthur

Box 274   Folder 7

La, general

Box 274   Folder 8

Le, general

Box 274   Folder 9

Lee, Richard C.

Box 275   Folder 1

Lehman, Herbert H., 1950-1954

Box 275   Folder 2

Lehman, 1956-1957

Box 275   Folder 3

Li-Lo, general

Box 275   Folder 4

Lodge, Henry C. and John D.

Box 275   Folder 5

Lovett, Robert

Box 275   Folder 6

Lu-Lz, general

Box 275   Folder 7

Lyford, Joseph

Box 275   Folder 8

Ma, general

Box 275   Folder 9

Mansfield, Mike

Box 276   Folder 1

Mc, general, #1

Box 276   Folder 2

Mc, #2

Box 276   Folder 3

Mc, #3

Box 276   Folder 4

McCormick, Anne O'Hare

Box 276   Folder 5

Me-Mi, general

Box 276   Folder 6

Merrow, Chester

Box 276   Folder 7

Mitchell, Stephen

Box 276   Folder 8

Mo-Mz, general

Box 276   Folder 9

Murphy, Francis S.

Box 276   Folder 10

N, general

Box 276   Folder 11

National Committee for an Effective Congress, 1952-1957

Box 276   Folder 12

Neusner, Samuel

Box 277   Folder 1

O, general

Box 277   Folder 2

Pa, general

Box 277   Folder 3

Pe-Pl, general

Box 277   Folder 4

Pearson, Drew

Box 277   Folder 5

Po-Pz, general

Box 277   Folder 6

Poses, Lillian

Box 277   Folder 7

Q, general

Box 277   Folder 8

Ra-Ri, general

Box 277   Folder 9

Reston, James

Box 277   Folder 10

Ribicoff, Abraham, 1948-1954

Box 277   Folder 11

Ribicoff, 1955-1957

Box 277   Folder 12

Riis, Roger William

Box 278   Folder 1

Ro-Rz, general

Box 278   Folder 2

Roddan, Edward

Box 278   Folder 3

Roosevelt, Eleanor

Box 278   Folder 4

Roosevelt, Franklin, Jr., including Roosevelt, James, David, Elliot, and John III

Box 278   Folder 5

Franklin D. Roosevelt Foundation

Box 278   Folder 6

Roper, Elmo

Box 278   Folder 7

Rosenblatt, Maurice, 1951-1953

Box 278   Folder 8

Rosenblatt, 1954-1957

Box 278   Folder 9

Rourke, Joseph M.

Box 279   Folder 1

Sa, general

Box 279   Folder 2

Sc, general

Box 279   Folder 3

Scheuer, Sidney

Box 279   Folder 4

Schmitt, Leonard

Box 279   Folder 5

Se, general

Box 279   Folder 6

Sh-Si, general

Box 279   Folder 7

Sm-Sp, general

Box 279   Folder 8

Snow, Wilbert, #1

Box 279   Folder 9

Snow, #2

Box 279   Folder 10

Sta-Ste, general

Box 279   Folder 11

Stevenson, Adlai, 1949-1952

Box 279   Folder 12

Stevenson, 1953-1955

Box 279   Folder 13

Stevenson, 1956

Box 279   Folder 14

Stevenson, 1957

Box 280   Folder 1

Su-Sz, general

Box 280   Folder 2

Sulzberger, Arthur Hays and Cyrus L.

Box 280   Folder 3

Symington, Stuart

Box 280   Folder 4

Ta-To, general

Box 280   Folder 5

Thexton, Arthur

Box 280   Folder 6

Thomas, Norman

Box 280   Folder 7

Tr-Tz, general

Box 280   Folder 8

Truman, Harry S, 1948-1950

Box 280   Folder 9

Truman, 1951

Box 280   Folder 10

Truman, 1952-1954

Box 280   Folder 11

Truman, 1955-1957

Box 280   Folder 12

Truman, Library

Box 281   Folder 1

Tunis, John R.

Box 281   Folder 2

Tyroler, Charles

Box 281   Folder 3

U, general

Box 281   Folder 4

V, general

Box 281   Folder 5

Van Arkel, Gerhard, 1948-1953

Box 281   Folder 6

Van Arkel, 1954-1957

Box 281   Folder 7

Wa, general

Box 281   Folder 8

Waldo, George

Box 281   Folder 9

We-Wh, general

Box 281   Folder 10

Wheeler, Thomas, 1952-Mar. 1953

Box 281   Folder 11

Wheeler, Apr.-June 1953

Box 281   Folder 12

Wheeler, July 1953-1957

Box 282   Folder 1

White, Walter, 1950-1951

Box 282   Folder 2

White, 1952-1954

Box 282   Folder 3

Wi, general

Box 282   Folder 4

Wo-Wz, general

Box 282   Folder 5

Woodhouse, Chase Going

Box 282   Folder 6

Wyatt, Wilson

Box 282   Folder 7

Y-Z, general

Sub-sub-subseries 2: 1958-1973

Box 283   Folder 1

A, general

Box 283   Folder 2

Acheson, Dean, 1958-1970

Box 283   Folder 3

Aiken, George D., 1959-1967

Box 283   Folder 4

Albert, Carl, 1964-1966

Box 283   Folder 5

Altobello, Henry D., 1958-1970

Box 283   Folder 6

American Council, 1967

Box 283   Folder 7

Anderson, Clinton P., 1960-1972

Box 283   Folder 8

Anderson, Eugenie, 1959-1968

Box 283   Folder 9

Andreas, Dwayne, 1959-1972

Box 283   Folder 10

Arvey, Colonel Jacob M., 1958-1971

Box 284   Folder 1

Ba, general

Box 284   Folder 2

Bailey, John M. and family, 1958-1959

Box 284   Folder 3

Bailey, 1960

Box 284   Folder 4

Bailey, 1961

Box 284   Folder 5

Bailey, 1962

Box 284   Folder 6

Bailey, 1963-1964

Box 284   Folder 7

Bailey, 1965

Box 284   Folder 8

Bailey, 1966

Box 284   Folder 9

Bailey, 1967

Box 284   Folder 10

Bailey, 1968

Box 284   Folder 11

Bailey, 1969

Box 284   Folder 12

Bailey, 1970-1971

Box 284   Folder 13

Bailey, 1972-1973

Box 285   Folder 1

Balch, Richard H. and family, 1958-1963

Box 285   Folder 2

Balch, 1964-1973

Box 285   Folder 3

Ball, George, 1958-1972

Box 285   Folder 4

Bandler, Ned W., Jr., 1966-1971

Box 285   Folder 5

Barbieri, Arthur, 1958-1972

Box 285   Folder 6

Baseball for Europe, Inc., 1961

Box 285   Folder 7

Battle, Lucius D., 1962-1972

Box 285   Folder 8

Be, general

Box 285   Folder 9

Beckwith, Ethel, 1959-1969

Box 285   Folder 10

Beckwith, Robert, 1958-1968

Box 285   Folder 11

Bengston, Nelson, 1959-1963

Box 285   Folder 12

Benjamin, Robert S., 1958-1962

Box 285   Folder 13

Bergin, Edward D. and Mary, 1958-1970

Box 285   Folder 14

Berkman, Florence, including Berkman Award, 1961-1965

Box 285   Folder 15

Bi-Bo, general

Box 285   Folder 16

Bingham, Jonathan B., 1961-1973

Box 285   Folder 17

Birkhead, Kenneth, 1959-1972

Box 286   Folder 1

Blair, Ann Page, 1964

Box 286   Folder 2

Blansfield, Michael V., 1958-1966

Box 286   Folder 3

Boggs, Hale, 1959-1973

Box 286   Folder 4

Bolling, Richard, 1964-1970

Box 286   Folder 5

Bra-Bu, general

Box 286   Folder 6

Brademas, John, 1962-1972

Box 286   Folder 7

Brant, Francis and Gerard, 1958-1962

Box 286   Folder 8

Briscoe, John, 1958-1970

Box 286   Folder 9

Brislin, Tom R., 1960-1969

Box 286   Folder 10

Bronfman, Edgar, 1968-1972

Box 286   Folder 11

Brooks, Jack, 1958

Box 286   Folder 12

Brown, Jack E., 1972-1973

Box 286   Folder 13

Bruce, James, 1958-1971

Box 286   Folder 14

Bundy, McGeorge, 1961-1969

Box 286   Folder 15

Burdick, Quentin N., 1960-1970

Box 286   Folder 16

Burlant, William, 1958-1962

Box 286   Folder 17

Bush, George, 1969-1973, including Prescott Bush, 1960-1962

Box 286   Folder 18

Horace Bushnell Memorial Hall Corporation, 1958

Box 286   Folder 19

Butler, Paul M., 1958-1971

Box 286   Folder 20

Byrnes, James F., 1959-1972

Box 286   Folder 21

Byrnes, Robert D., 1958-1969

Box 287   Folder 1

Ca-Cl, general

Box 287   Folder 2

Christman, Henry, 1958-1959

Box 287   Folder 3

Church, Frank, 1960-1968

Box 287   Folder 4

Citizens Committee for International Development, 1961

Box 287   Folder 5

Claffey, Robert, 1958-1963

Box 287   Folder 6

Claffey, 1964-1965

Box 287   Folder 7

Claffey, 1966

Box 287   Folder 8

Claffey, 1967-1969

Box 287   Folder 9

Claffey, 1970-1971

Box 287   Folder 10

Claffey, 1972-1973

Box 287   Folder 11

Clark, Joseph F., 1959-1968

Box 287   Folder 12

Clements, Earle C., 1958

Box 287   Folder 13

Co-Cz, general

Box 287   Folder 14

Coles, Albert L., 1958-1965

Box 287   Folder 15

Collins, LeRoy, 1960-1968

Box 288   Folder 1

Comollo, Norman C., 1958-1962

Box 288   Folder 2

Connell, William, 1964-1969

Box 288   Folder 3

Cotter, John P., 1961-1966

Box 288   Folder 4

Cotter, William R., 1970-1973

Box 288   Folder 5

Curran, Hugh C., 1965-1972

Box 288   Folder 6

Curtis, Thomas B., 1966-1969

Box 288   Folder 7

D, general

Box 288   Folder 8

Daddario, Emilio, 1958-1968

Box 288   Folder 9

Daddario, 1970-1973

Box 288   Folder 10

Daly, Paul G. and T. F. Gilroy (Roy), 1958-1970

Box 288   Folder 11

Davidson, Alfred, 1969

Box 288   Folder 12

Define, John, 1958-1965

Box 288   Folder 13

Democratic A-Democratic Z, general, 1958-1973

Box 288   Folder 14

Democratic National Committee, 1958-1959

Box 288   Folder 15

Democratic National Committee, 1960-1963

Box 288   Folder 16

Democratic National Committee, 1964-1969

Box 288   Folder 17

Democratic National Committee, 1970-1971

Box 288   Folder 18

Democratic National Committee, 1972-1973

Box 289   Folder 1

Democratic State Central Committee, 1958-1972

Box 289   Folder 2

Dempsey, John, 1958-1961

Box 289   Folder 3

Dempsey, 1962-1963

Box 289   Folder 4

Dempsey, 1964-1965

Box 289   Folder 5

Dempsey, 1966

Box 289   Folder 6

Dempsey, 1967-1968

Box 289   Folder 7

Dempsey, 1969-1970

Box 289   Folder 8

Dempsey, 1971-1973

Box 289   Folder 9

Dilworth, Richardson, 1958-1972

Box 289   Folder 10

Dirienzo, Anthony, 1958-1965

Box 289   Folder 11

Dirksen, Everett M., 1958-1969

Box 290   Folder 1

Dodd, Thomas, 1958-1959

Box 290   Folder 2

Dodd, 1960

Box 290   Folder 3

Dodd, 1961

Box 290   Folder 4

Dodd, 1962-1963

Box 290   Folder 5

Dodd, 1964-1965

Box 290   Folder 6

Dodd, 1966

Box 290   Folder 7

Dodd, 1967

Box 290   Folder 8

Dodd, 1968

Box 290   Folder 9

Dodd, 1969

Box 290   Folder 10

Dodd, 1970-1973

Box 290   Folder 11

Dodd, Thomas, Jr., 1961-1973

Box 291   Folder 1

Douglas, Paul H. and Emily, 1958-1965

Box 291   Folder 2

Douglas, 1966-1973

Box 291   Folder 3

Doyle, James E., 1960-1962

Box 291   Folder 4

Duffey, The Reverend Joseph, 1969-1973

Box 291   Folder 5

E, general

Box 291   Folder 6

Edelstein, Julius C. C., 1958-1969

Box 291   Folder 7

Eisenhower, Dwight D., 1958-1969

Box 291   Folder 8

Ellender, Allen J., 1961-1972

Box 291   Folder 9

Elliott, Carl, 1960-1967

Box 292   Folder 1

F, general

Box 292   Folder 2

Fairfield Democratic Town Committee, 1958-1973

Box 292   Folder 3

Flaherty, Leo, 1958-1968

Box 292   Folder 4

Food for Peace Committee, 1961

Box 292   Folder 5

Former Members of Congress, Inc., 1970-1973

Box 292   Folder 6

Frassinelli, Attilio R. (Pop), 1958-1966

Box 292   Folder 7

Freeman, Orville, 1958-1969

Box 292   Folder 8

Fulbright, J. William, 1958-1965

Box 292   Folder 9

Fulbright, 1966-1973

Box 293   Folder 1

G, general

Box 293   Folder 2

Garofalo, Ralph, 1958-1972

Box 293   Folder 3

Gelormino, Anthony C., 1958-1970

Box 293   Folder 4

Gerety, Pierce, 1961

Box 293   Folder 5

Giaimo, Robert N., 1958-1973

Box 293   Folder 6

Gill, Joseph N., 1958-1971

Box 293   Folder 7

Golden, John M., 1958-1968

Box 293   Folder 8

Goldwater, Barry, 1958-1964

Box 293   Folder 9

Googel, Samuel S., 1958-1961

Box 293   Folder 10

Gore, Albert, 1958-1973

Box 293   Folder 11

Grasso, Ella, 1958-1973

Box 293   Folder 12

Greenfield, Edward L., 1958-1970

Box 293   Folder 13

Gruening, Ernest, 1958-1968

Box 294   Folder 1

H, general

Box 294   Folder 2

Harris, Fred R., 1964-1973

Box 294   Folder 3

Hart, Philip A., 1963-1973

Box 294   Folder 4

Hartke, Vance, 1961-1973

Box 294   Folder 5

Hayden, Carl, 1958-1970

Box 294   Folder 6

Henderson, Loy W., 1958-1973

Box 294   Folder 7

Hewitt, Norman, 1958-1972

Box 294   Folder 8

Hill, Lister, 1958-1969

Box 294   Folder 9

Hilsman, Roger, 1972

Box 294   Folder 10

Hodges, Luther H., 1960-1964

Box 294   Folder 11

Hull, T. Clark, 1971-1973

Box 295   Folder 1

Humphrey, Hubert H., 1958

Box 295   Folder 2

Humphrey, Jan.-June 1959

Box 295   Folder 3

Humphrey, July-Dec. 1959

Box 295   Folder 4

Humphrey, 1960

Box 295   Folder 5

Humphrey, 1961-1962

Box 295   Folder 6

Humphrey, 1963

Box 295   Folder 7

Humphrey, 1964

Box 295   Folder 8

Humphrey, 1965

Box 296   Folder 1

Humphrey, 1966

Box 296   Folder 2

Humphrey, 1967

Box 296   Folder 3

Humphrey, 1968

Box 296   Folder 4

Humphrey, 1969

Box 296   Folder 5

Humphrey, 1970

Box 296   Folder 6

Humphrey, 1971

Box 296   Folder 7

Humphrey, 1972-1974

Box 297   Folder 1

I-J, general

Box 297   Folder 2

Irwin, Donald, 1958-1972

Box 297   Folder 3

Ives, Mrs. Ernest (Buffie), 1965-1973

Box 297   Folder 4

Jackson, Henry M., 1958-1972

Box 297   Folder 5

Javits, Benjamin A., 1962-1966

Box 297   Folder 6

Javits, Jacob K., 1959-1973

Box 297   Folder 7

Jefferson-Jackson Dinner, 1959-1973

Box 297   Folder 8

Johnson, Lyndon B. and Lady Bird, 1958-1963

Box 297   Folder 9

Johnson, 1964

Box 297   Folder 10

Johnson, 1965-1966

Box 297   Folder 11

Johnson, 1967

Box 298   Folder 1

Johnson, 1968

Box 298   Folder 2

Johnson, 1969-1973

Box 298   Folder 3

Jones, Clare, 1958-1961

Box 298   Folder 4

K, general

Box 298   Folder 5

Kampelman, Max, 1958-1972

Box 298   Folder 6

Kane, John, 1968-1973

Box 298   Folder 7

Kefauver, Estes, 1958-1963

Box 298   Folder 8

Kellis, James G., 1967-1970

Box 298   Folder 9

Kellis, 1971-1973

Box 298   Folder 10

Kelly, Peter G., 1958-1963

Box 299   Folder 1

Kennedy, Edward M., 1963-1972

Box 299   Folder 2

Kennedy, Jacqueline, 1963-1965

Box 299   Folder 3

Kennedy, John F., 1958-1960

Box 299   Folder 4

Kennedy, 1961-1963

Box 299   Folder 5

Kennedy, Robert F., 1962-1968

Box 299   Folder 6

Kennelly, Mr. and Mrs. James J., 1960-1972

Box 299   Folder 7

Keyserling, Leon H., 1958-1968

Box 299   Folder 8

Killian, Robert, 1964-1972

Box 299   Folder 9

Kintner, Robert and Jean, 1958-1965

Box 299   Folder 10

Kintner, 1966-1969

Box 299   Folder 11

Kintner, 1970-1973

Box 300   Folder 1

Kowalski, Frank, 1958-1966

Box 300   Folder 2

Krim, Arthur, 1960-1972

Box 300   Folder 3

Krock, Arthur, 1960-1972

Box 300   Folder 4

L, general

Box 300   Folder 5

LaFollette, Isabel (Isen), 1966-1970

Box 300   Folder 6

LaFollette, Philip F. and family, 1958-1968

Box 300   Folder 7

Lamb, Gerald, 1964-1972

Box 300   Folder 8

Lane, John D., 1958-1960

Box 300   Folder 9

Lane, 1961-1973

Box 301   Folder 1

Lee, Mrs. John G., including League of Women Voters, 1958-1971

Box 301   Folder 2

Lee, Richard, 1958-1963

Box 301   Folder 3

Lee, 1964-1967

Box 301   Folder 4

Lee, 1968-1972

Box 301   Folder 5

Lee, Robert G., 1960-1965

Box 301   Folder 6

Lennon, Frank, 1962

Box 301   Folder 7

Lindsay, John V., 1964-1973

Box 301   Folder 8

Linsley, Harold, 1958-1961

Box 301   Folder 9

Lumbard, Edward J., 1960-1968

Box 301   Folder 10

Lumbard, 1969-1973

Box 302   Folder 1

Ma, general

Box 302   Folder 2

Mansfield, Mike, 1958-1972

Box 302   Folder 3

Marcus, Edward L., 1968-1970

Box 302   Folder 4

Mc, general

Box 302   Folder 5

McCarthy, Eugene J., 1958-1973

Box 302   Folder 6

McCarthy, John T., 1958-1961

Box 302   Folder 7

McCormack, John W., 1958-1971

Box 302   Folder 8

McLarney, Thomas J., 1958-1968

Box 302   Folder 9

McMahon, Patricia, 1958-1965

Box 302   Folder 10

McPherson, Harry, 1964-1972

Box 302   Folder 11

Me-Mi, general

Box 302   Folder 12

Merrow, Chester E., 1958-1972

Box 302   Folder 13

Meskill, Thomas J., 1969-1972

Box 302   Folder 14

Metcalf, Lee, 1960-1972

Box 303   Folder 1

Miller, Mayne W., 1958

Box 303   Folder 2

Mo-Mz, general

Box 303   Folder 3

Monagan, John S., 1958-1973

Box 303   Folder 4

Monroney, A. S. (Mike), 1958-1972

Box 303   Folder 5

Morse, Wayne, 1958-1973

Box 303   Folder 6

Moss, Frank E., 1964-1970

Box 303   Folder 7

Mott, Stewart Rawling, 1971-1972

Box 303   Folder 8

Mulcahy, Leo J., 1959-1967

Box 303   Folder 9

Mundt, Karl E., 1958-1972

Box 303   Folder 10

Muskie, Edmund S., 1958-1972

Box 304   Folder 1

N, general

Box 304   Folder 2

National Democratic Senatorial Committee, 1958

Box 304   Folder 3

Nelson, Gaylord, 1958-1972

Box 304   Folder 4

Neuberger, Richard L. and Maurine B., 1959-1962

Box 304   Folder 5

Nixon, Richard M., 1959-1973

Box 304   Folder 6

O, general

Box 304   Folder 7

O'Brien, Lawrence F., 1960-1971

Box 304   Folder 8

O'Brien, William J., Jr. and Ruth, 1958-1971

Box 304   Folder 9

Olmstead, Alan, 1958-1972

Box 304   Folder 10

Olson, Harvey, 1963-1967

Box 304   Folder 11

Owens, Joseph A., 1971-1973

Box 304   Folder 12

P-Q, general

Box 304   Folder 13

Pallotti, Rocco and Marianne, 1958-1963

Box 304   Folder 14

Pardridge, William, 1964

Box 304   Folder 15

Parser, Lyn and Edgar, 1958-1970

Box 304   Folder 16

Parskey, Leo, 1958-1965

Box 305   Folder 1

Patterson, Richard C., Jr., 1959-1966

Box 305   Folder 2

Peabody, Endicott, 1959-1966

Box 305   Folder 3

Pell, Claiborne, 1960-1972

Box 305   Folder 4

Pepper, Claude, 1958-1973

Box 305   Folder 5

Percy, Charles H., 1958-1966

Box 305   Folder 6

Percy, 1967-1973

Box 305   Folder 7

Phelan, Nicholas J., 1958-1968

Box 305   Folder 8

Pitt, William, 1958-1972

Box 305   Folder 9

Potofsky, Jacob S., 1958-1969

Box 305   Folder 10

Powell, Theodore, 1958-1971

Box 305   Folder 11

President's Club, 1964-1967

Box 305   Folder 12

Price, Margaret and Hickman, 1959-1968

Box 305   Folder 13

Proxmire, William, 1958-1970

Box 305   Folder 14

Quinn, Katherine, 1958-1973

Box 306   Folder 1

Ra-Ri, general

Box 306   Folder 2

Rayburn, Sam, 1958-1968

Box 306   Folder 3

Raza, Haider, 1963

Box 306   Folder 4

Reid, Ogden R., 1959-1973

Box 306   Folder 5

Reston, James, 1958-1973

Box 306   Folder 6

Reuther, Walter P., 1958-1970

Box 306   Folder 7

Ribicoff, Abraham and family, 1958

Box 306   Folder 8

Ribicoff, 1959-1960

Box 306   Folder 9

Ribicoff, 1961-1962

Box 306   Folder 10

Ribicoff, 1963-1967

Box 306   Folder 11

Ribicoff, 1968-1973

Box 306   Folder 12

Rigo, Elizabeth, 1958-1965

Box 306   Folder 13

Rigo, 1966-1967

Box 306   Folder 14

Rigo, 1968-1969

Box 306   Folder 15

Rigo, 1970-1973

Box 307   Folder 1

Ro-Rz, general

Box 307   Folder 2

Robertson, A. Willis, 1958-1960

Box 307   Folder 3

Rockefeller, Nelson, 1958-1969

Box 307   Folder 4

Roddan, Edward, 1958-1969

Box 307   Folder 5

Roosevelt, Eleanor, 1958-1967

Box 307   Folder 6

Roosevelt, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin D., including Curtis Roosevelt, 1959-1965

Box 307   Folder 7

Franklin D. Roosevelt Foundation, 1958-1969

Box 307   Folder 8

Roper, Elmo, 1958-1961

Box 307   Folder 9

Roper, 1962-1966

Box 307   Folder 10

Roper, 1967-1968

Box 307   Folder 11

Roper, 1969-1973

Box 307   Folder 12

The Roper Public Opinion Research Center, 1968-1971

Box 308   Folder 1

Rosenberg, Marvin, 1960-1968

Box 308   Folder 2

Rosenberg, 1969-1972

Box 308   Folder 3

Rosenblatt, Maurice, 1958-1961

Box 308   Folder 4

Rosenblatt, 1962-1972

Box 308   Folder 5

Rosenthal, Beatrice Holt, 1958-1971

Box 308   Folder 6

Rourke, Joseph, 1958-1969

Box 308   Folder 7

Russell, David W., 1958-1968

Box 309   Folder 1

Sa, general

Box 309   Folder 2

St. Claire, Darrell

Box 309   Folder 3

Salinger, Pierre

Box 309   Folder 4

Samuel, Alan

Box 309   Folder 5

Sandahl, Eric

Box 309   Folder 6

Sanders, William J.

Box 309   Folder 7

Sanford, Terry

Box 309   Folder 8

Sargeant, Howland, 1958-1959

Box 309   Folder 9

Sargeant, 1960-1961

Box 309   Folder 10

Sargeant, 1962-1963

Box 309   Folder 11

Sargeant, 1964

Box 309   Folder 12

Sargeant, 1965-1966

Box 309   Folder 13

Sargeant, 1967-1968

Box 309   Folder 14

Sargeant, 1969-1970

Box 309   Folder 15

Sargeant, 1971-1973

Box 310   Folder 1

Sc, general

Box 310   Folder 2

Schaffer, Gloria, 1962-1966

Box 310   Folder 3

Schaffer, 1967-1970

Box 310   Folder 4

Schaffer, 1971-1973

Box 310   Folder 5

Schlesinger, Arthur, 1958-1967

Box 310   Folder 6

Schlesinger, 1968-1973

Box 310   Folder 7

Schlesinger, Stephen

Box 310   Folder 8

Se, general

Box 310   Folder 9

Sh, general

Box 310   Folder 10

Shriver, R. Sargent

Box 310   Folder 11

Simon, Paul

Box 310   Folder 12

Sm-Sq, general

Box 310   Folder 13

Smith, Howard K.

Box 310   Folder 14

Sparkman, John J.

Box 310   Folder 15

Sta-Ste, general

Box 311   Folder 1

Stevenson, Adlai, Jan.-June 1958

Box 311   Folder 2

Stevenson, July-Dec. 1958

Box 311   Folder 3

Stevenson, Jan.-Mar. 1959

Box 311   Folder 4

Stevenson, Apr.-June 1959

Box 311   Folder 5

Stevenson, July-Sept. 1959

Box 311   Folder 6

Stevenson, Oct.-Dec. 1959

Box 311   Folder 7

Stevenson, Jan.-Feb. 1960

Box 311   Folder 8

Stevenson, Mar.-Apr. 1960

Box 311   Folder 9

Stevenson, May-June 1960

Box 311   Folder 10

Stevenson, July 1960

Box 311   Folder 11

Stevenson, Aug.-Dec. 1960

Box 311   Folder 12

Stevenson, Jan.-Feb. 1961

Box 311   Folder 13

Stevenson, Mar.-Aug. 1961

Box 311   Folder 14

Stevenson, Sept.-Dec. 1961

Box 312   Folder 1

Stevenson, Jan.-Apr. 1962

Box 312   Folder 2

Stevenson, May-Dec. 1962

Box 312   Folder 3

Stevenson, 1963

Box 312   Folder 4

Stevenson, 1964

Box 312   Folder 5

Stevenson, 1965

Box 312   Folder 6

Stevenson, Adlai III, 1961-1964

Box 312   Folder 7

Stevenson, 1965

Box 312   Folder 8

Stevenson, 1966-1968

Box 312   Folder 9

Stevenson, 1969-1973

Box 312   Folder 10

Stevenson, Borden

Box 312   Folder 11

Stevenson, John Fell

Box 312   Folder 12

Stock, Jack

Box 312   Folder 13

Str-Stu, general

Box 313   Folder 1

Su-Sz, general

Box 313   Folder 2

Sullivan, John J.

Box 313   Folder 3

Sviridoff, Mitchell

Box 313   Folder 4

Symington, Stuart

Box 313   Folder 5

Ta, general

Box 313   Folder 6

Tedesco, Samuel J., 1958-1969

Box 313   Folder 7

Travel Program for Foreign Diplomats, Inc., 1966-1971

Box 313   Folder 8

Truman, Harry S, 1958-1959

Box 313   Folder 9

Truman, 1960-1964

Box 313   Folder 10

Truman, 1965-1972

Box 314   Folder 1

U-V, general

Box 314   Folder 2

Udall, Stewart L., 1958-1969

Box 314   Folder 3

United States government, 1958-1967

Box 314   Folder 4

Urbinati, Alfio, 1958-1963

Box 314   Folder 5

Van Dyk, Ted, 1968-1970

Box 314   Folder 6

Wa-We, general

Box 314   Folder 7

Wagner, Robert F., 1958-1972

Box 314   Folder 8

Wh-Wz, general

Box 314   Folder 9

Williams, G. Mennen, 1958-1968

Box 314   Folder 10

Williams, Harrison A., 1958-1972

Box 314   Folder 11

Wirtz, Willard, 1960-1971

Box 314   Folder 12

Wolf, Herman, 1958-1973

Box 314   Folder 13

Woodhouse, Chase Going, 1958-1972

Box 315   Folder 1

Worthington, Elmer H., 1958-1968

Box 315   Folder 2

Wyatt, Wilson, 1958-1969

Box 315   Folder 3

X-Z, general

Box 315   Folder 4

Yarborough, Ralph

Box 315   Folder 5

Yates, Sidney

Box 315   Folder 6

Zaiman, Jack, 1958-1965

Box 315   Folder 7

Zaiman, 1966-1972

Sub-subseries 5: Campaigns

Box 316   Folder 1

1950, administration

Box 316   Folder 2

1950, contributions, A-B

Box 316   Folder 3

1950, contributions, C-D

Box 316   Folder 4

1950, contributions, E-J

Box 316   Folder 5

1950, contributions, K-L

Box 316   Folder 6

1950, contributions, M-N

Box 316   Folder 7

1950, contributions, O-R

Box 316   Folder 8

1950, contributions, S

Box 316   Folder 9

1950, contributions, T-Z

Box 316   Folder 10

1950, contributors, #1

Box 316   Folder 11

1950, contributros, #2

Box 317   Folder 1

1950, contributions, refused

Box 317   Folder 2

1950, fundraising, #1

Box 317   Folder 3

1950, fundraising, #2

Box 317   Folder 4

1950, fundraising, #3

Box 317   Folder 5

1950, fundraising, #4

Box 317   Folder 6

1950, general, A-D

Box 317   Folder 7

1950, general, E-L

Box 317   Folder 8

1950, general, H

Box 317   Folder 9

1950, general, M-Z

Box 317   Folder 10

1950, general, miscellaneous

Box 318   Folder 1

1950, issues, general

Box 318   Folder 2

1950, issues, foreign policy

Box 318   Folder 3

1950, issues, McCarran Bill

Box 318   Folder 4

1950, issues, research material

Box 318   Folder 5

1950, issues, socialized medicine

Box 318   Folder 6

1950, minority groups

Box 318   Folder 7

1950, policy and analysis, general

Box 318   Folder 8

1950, policy and analysis, Bowles, Chester

Box 318   Folder 9

1950, policy and analysis, Bush, Prescott

Box 318   Folder 10

1950, publicity, general

Box 318   Folder 11

1950, publicity, films

Box 318   Folder 12

1950, publicity, literature

Box 319   Folder 1

1950, publicity, radio and television

Box 319   Folder 2

1950, publicity, schedule

Box 319   Folder 3

1950, publicity, speeches and press

Box 320   Folder 1

1952, administration

Box 320   Folder 2

1952, Connecticut, potential help

Box 320   Folder 3

1952, contributions, A-B

Box 320   Folder 4

1952, contributions, C

Box 320   Folder 5

1952, contributions, D-F

Box 320   Folder 6

1952, contributions, G-I

Box 320   Folder 7

1952, contributions, J-K

Box 320   Folder 8

1952, contributions, L

Box 320   Folder 9

1952, contributions, M

Box 320   Folder 10

1952, contributions, N-P

Box 321   Folder 1

1952, contributions, Q-R

Box 321   Folder 2

1952, contributions, S-U

Box 321   Folder 3

1952, contributions, T-Z

Box 321   Folder 4

1952, contributors

Box 321   Folder 5

1952, fund raising, #1

Box 321   Folder 6

1952, fund raising, #2

Box 321   Folder 7

1952, fund raising, #3

Box 321   Folder 8

1952, general, miscellaneous

Box 321   Folder 9

1952, general, A-K

Box 322   Folder 1

1952, general, J-L

Box 322   Folder 2

1952, general, M-Z, #1

Box 322   Folder 3

1952, general, M-Z, #2

Box 322   Folder 4

1952, issues, general

Box 322   Folder 5

1952, lists of supporters

Box 322   Folder 6

1952, minority groups

Box 322   Folder 7

1952, policy and analysis, general

Box 322   Folder 8

1952, policy and analysis, William Purtell

Box 322   Folder 9

1952, political advertisements

Box 322   Folder 10

1952, post-campaign, A-C

Box 322   Folder 11

1952, post-campaign, D-F

Box 323   Folder 1

1952, post-campaign, form letters

Box 323   Folder 2

1952, post-campaign, G-J

Box 323   Folder 3

1952, post-campaign, K-M

Box 323   Folder 4

1952, post-campaign, N-Q

Box 323   Folder 5

1952, post-campaign, negatives

Box 323   Folder 6

1952, post-campaign, R-S

Box 323   Folder 7

1952, post-campaign, T-Z

Box 323   Folder 8

1952, publicity, general

Box 323   Folder 9

1952, publicity, correspondence

Box 323   Folder 10

1952, publicity, events

Box 324   Folder 1

1952, publicity, films

Box 324   Folder 2

1952, publicity, invitations

Box 324   Folder 3

1952, publicity, literature

Box 324   Folder 4

1952, publicity, press

Box 324   Folder 5

1952, publicity, radio and television

Box 324   Folder 6

1952, schedule

Box 325   Folder 1

1952, Senate, nomination

Box 325   Folder 2

1952, Senate, results

Box 326   Folder 1

1953-1954, Benton, William

Box 326   Folder 2

1953-1954, Democratic National Committee

Box 326   Folder 3

1953-1954, Douglas, Paul, fund raising

Box 326   Folder 4

1953-1954, Douglas, general, #1

Box 326   Folder 5

1953-1954, Douglas, general, #2

Box 326   Folder 6

1953-1954, Douglas, general, #3

Box 326   Folder 7

1953-1954, fund raising lists

Box 326   Folder 8

1953-1954, Humphrey and Douglas

Box 326   Folder 9

1953-1954, Humphrey, Hubert

Box 326   Folder 10

1953-1954, Ribicoff, Abraham

Box 327   Folder 1

1955-1957, Anderson, Clinton

Box 327   Folder 2

1955-1957, Connecticut, miscellaneous

Box 327   Folder 3

1955-1957, Connecticut, A

Box 327   Folder 4

1955-1957, Connecticut, B

Box 327   Folder 5

1955-1957, Connecticut, C

Box 327   Folder 6

1955-1957, Connecticut, D-E

Box 327   Folder 7

1955-1957, Connecticut, F

Box 327   Folder 8

1955-1957, Connecticut, G

Box 327   Folder 9

1955-1957, Connecticut, H

Box 328   Folder 1

1955-1957, Connecticut, I-K

Box 328   Folder 2

1955-1957, Connecticut, L

Box 328   Folder 3

1955-1957, Connecticut, M

Box 328   Folder 4

1955-1957, Connecticut, N-O

Box 328   Folder 5

1955-1957, Connecticut, P

Box 328   Folder 6

1955-1957, Connecticut, Q-R

Box 328   Folder 7

1955-1957, Connecticut, S

Box 328   Folder 8

1955-1957, Connecticut, T

Box 328   Folder 9

1955-1957, Connecticut, U-Z

Box 328   Folder 10

1955-1957, Stevenson, Adlai

Box 329   Folder 1

1958, analysis, general

Box 329   Folder 2

1958, analysis, Jan.-Apr. 1958

Box 329   Folder 3

1958, analysis, May-June 1958

Box 329   Folder 4

1958, analysis, newspapers

Box 329   Folder 5

1958, Benton, William

Box 329   Folder 6

1958, Benton for Senator Committee

Box 329   Folder 7

1958, Benton for Senator Committee, finances

Box 329   Folder 8

1958, Bergin, Edward

Box 329   Folder 9

1958, Bowles, Chester, general

Box 329   Folder 10

1958, Bowles, Jan.-June 1958

Box 330   Folder 1

1958, Claffey, Robert

Box 330   Folder 2

1958, contributions

Box 330   Folder 3

1958, contributors

Box 330   Folder 4

1958, convention

Box 330   Folder 5

1958, Dodd, Thomas, general

Box 330   Folder 6

1958, Dodd, Jan.-Mar. 1958

Box 330   Folder 7

1958, Dodd, Apr.-June 1958

Box 330   Folder 8

1958, Dodd, voting record

Box 330   Folder 9

1958, events and activities, general

Box 330   Folder 10

1958, events and activities, A-L

Box 330   Folder 11

1958, events and activities, M-Z

Box 330   Folder 12

1958, Fitzpatrick, Ray

Box 331   Folder 1

1958, Hart, Kay

Box 331   Folder 2

1958, Howe, John

Box 331   Folder 3

1958, ideas

Box 331   Folder 4

1958, issues, education

Box 331   Folder 5

1958, issues, #1

Box 331   Folder 6

1958, issues, #2

Box 331   Folder 7

1958, issues, #3

Box 331   Folder 8

1958, issues, #4

Box 331   Folder 9

1958, issues, #5

Box 331   Folder 10

1958, legal rules

Box 332   Folder 1

1958, lists

Box 332   Folder 2

1958, miscellaneous, #1

Box 332   Folder 3

1958, miscellaneous, #2

Box 332   Folder 4

1958, political poll

Box 332   Folder 5

1958, Preece, Warren

Box 332   Folder 6

1958, Purtell, William

Box 332   Folder 7

1958, quotations

Box 332   Folder 8

1958, Roddan, Edward

Box 333   Folder 1

1958, special groups

Box 333   Folder 2

1958, statistics, #1

Box 333   Folder 3

1958, statistics, #2

Box 333   Folder 4

1958, supporters, #1

Box 333   Folder 5

1958, supporters, #2

Box 334   Folder 1

1962, Claffey, Robert

Box 334   Folder 2

1962, events and activities

Box 334   Folder 3

1962, invitations declined

Box 334   Folder 4

1962, miscellaneous

Box 334   Folder 5

1962, pre-campaign

Box 334   Folder 6

1962, supporters

Box 334   Folder 7

1962, Wolf, Herman

Box 335   Folder 1

1968, general

Box 335   Folder 2

1968, candidates, Hubert Humphrey, general, Mar.-June

Box 335   Folder 3

1968, candidates, Hubert Humphrey, general, July-Nov.

Box 335   Folder 4

1968, candidates, Hubert Humphrey, contributions and fund-raising

Box 335   Folder 5

1968, candidates, Hubert Humphrey, publicity, Apr.-June

Box 335   Folder 6

1968, candidates, Hubert Humphrey, publicity, July-Nov.

Box 335   Folder 7

1968, candidates, Hubert Humphrey, publicity, campaign literature

Box 335   Folder 8

1968, candidates, Hubert Humphrey, supporters, advisors and staff, general

Box 335   Folder 9

1968, candidates, Hubert Humphrey, supporters, A-G

Box 336   Folder 1

1968, candidates, Hubert Humphrey, supporters, H-Q

Box 336   Folder 2

1968, candidates, Hubert Humphrey, supporters, R-Z

Box 336   Folder 3

1968, candidates, Hubert Humphrey, proposed N. Y. Times advertisement

Box 336   Folder 4

1968, candidates, Eugene McCarthy, general

Box 336   Folder 5

1968, candidates, Eugene McCarthy, letters of support, #1

Box 336   Folder 6

1968, candidates, Eugene McCarthy, letters of support, #2

Box 336   Folder 7

1968, candidates, Eugene McCarthy, letters of support, #3

Box 336   Folder 8

1968, Democratic Convention

Box 336   Folder 9

1968, Democratic Convention, Platform Committee

Box 336   Folder 10

1968, Democratic Convention, resources

Sub-subseries 6: Senate

Box 337   Folder 1

A, general

Box 337   Folder 2

Administration

Box 337   Folder 3

Ba-Bl, general

Box 337   Folder 4

Baldwin, Raymond, 1948-1955

Box 337   Folder 5

Bo, general

Box 337   Folder 6

Br-Bz, general, #1

Box 337   Folder 7

Br-Bz, #2

Box 338   Folder 1

Ca-Ce, general

Box 338   Folder 2

Ch-Cl, general

Box 338   Folder 3

Clements, Earle C.

Box 338   Folder 4

Co-Cz, general, #1

Box 338   Folder 5

Co-Cz, #2

Box 338   Folder 6

Congratulations, A

Box 338   Folder 7

Congratulations, B

Box 338   Folder 8

Congratulations, C

Box 338   Folder 9

Congratulations, D

Box 339   Folder 1

Congratulations, E-F

Box 339   Folder 2

Congratulations, G

Box 339   Folder 3

Congratulations, H

Box 339   Folder 4

Congratulations, I-K

Box 339   Folder 5

Congratulations, L

Box 339   Folder 6

Congratulations, M

Box 339   Folder 7

Congratulations, Mc-O

Box 339   Folder 8

Congratulations, P-R

Box 340   Folder 1

Congratulations, S

Box 340   Folder 2

Congratulations, T-V

Box 340   Folder 3

Congratulations, W-Z

Box 340   Folder 4

Congratulations, general, A-L

Box 340   Folder 5

Congratulations, general, M-Z

Box 341   Folder 1

Connelly, Matthew

Box 341   Folder 2

Constituents, general, #1

Box 341   Folder 3

Constituents, general, #2

Box 341   Folder 4

Constituents, foreign language groups, #1

Box 341   Folder 5

Constituents, foreign language groups, #2

Box 341   Folder 6

Cosgriff, Walter E.

Box 341   Folder 7

Cox, Eugene E.

Box 341   Folder 8

Da-De, general

Box 341   Folder 9

Dawson, Donald

Box 342   Folder 1

Di-Dz, general

Box 342   Folder 2

Douglas, Paul H., 1948-1952

Box 342   Folder 3

Douglas, 1953-1954

Box 342   Folder 4

Douglas, 1955-1957

Box 342   Folder 5

E, general

Box 342   Folder 6

Events and activities, general

Box 342   Folder 7

Events and activities, New York labor meetings

Box 342   Folder 8

Fa-Fl, general, #1

Box 342   Folder 9

Fa-Fl, #2

Box 342   Folder 10

Flanders, Ralph

Box 342   Folder 11

Fo-Fz, general

Box 342   Folder 12

Fulbright, J. William

Box 343   Folder 1

Ga, general

Box 343   Folder 2

Ge-Go, general

Box 343   Folder 3

Gr-Gz, general

Box 343   Folder 4

Ha, general

Box 343   Folder 5

He-Hi, general

Box 343   Folder 6

Henderson, Laurance

Box 343   Folder 7

Ho-Hz, general

Box 344   Folder 1

Howe, John, Jan.-Mar. 1950

Box 344   Folder 2

Howe, Apr.-June 1950

Box 344   Folder 3

Howe, July-Sept. 1950

Box 344   Folder 4

Howe, Oct.-Dec. 1950

Box 344   Folder 5

Howe, Jan.-Mar. 1951

Box 344   Folder 6

Howe, Apr.-June 1951

Box 344   Folder 7

Howe, July-Aug. 1951

Box 344   Folder 8

Howe, Sept.-Dec. 1951

Box 345   Folder 1

Howe, Jan.-June 1952

Box 345   Folder 2

Howe, July-Aug. 1952

Box 345   Folder 3

Howe, Sept.-Dec. 1952

Box 345   Folder 4

Hunt, Lester

Box 346   Folder 1

I-J, general

Box 346   Folder 2

Issues and legislation, banking and currency

Box 346   Folder 3

Issues and legislation, Hoover Commission

Box 346   Folder 4

Issues and legislation, MacArthur, Douglas

Box 346   Folder 5

Issues and legislation, miscellaneous, #1

Box 346   Folder 6

Issues and legislation, miscellaneous, #2

Box 346   Folder 7

Issues and legislation, miscellaneous, #3

Box 346   Folder 8

Issues and legislation, miscellaneous, #4

Box 346   Folder 9

Issues and legislation, Mutual Security Act

Box 346   Folder 10

Issues and legislation, small business, #1

Box 346   Folder 11

Issues and legislation, small business, #2

Box 347   Folder 1

Issues and legislation, socialized medicine

Box 347   Folder 2

Issues and legislation, Taft, Robert A., #1

Box 347   Folder 3

Issues and legislation, Taft, Robert A., #2

Box 347   Folder 4

Issues and legislation, television resolution

Box 347   Folder 5

Issues and legislation, United Nations Freedom of Information

Box 347   Folder 6

Issues and legislation, Voice of America, #1

Box 347   Folder 7

Issues and legislation, Voice of America, #2

Box 347   Folder 8

Issues and legislation, Voice of America, #3

Box 347   Folder 9

Issues and legislation, Voice of America, #4

Box 347   Folder 10

Issues and legislation, West Point

Box 347   Folder 11

Issues and legislation, World Freedom of Information

Box 348   Folder 1

Johnston, Felton M.

Box 348   Folder 2

Jorgensen, A. N.

Box 348   Folder 3

Ka-Ke, general

Box 348   Folder 4

Ki-Kz, general

Box 348   Folder 5

La, general

Box 348   Folder 6

Le, general

Box 348   Folder 7

Levy, Philip

Box 348   Folder 8

Li-Lz, general

Box 349   Folder 1

Ma-Mal, general

Box 349   Folder 2

Man-Maz, general

Box 349   Folder 3

Mc, general, #1

Box 349   Folder 4

Mc, #2

Box 349   Folder 5

McMahon, Brien, 1948-1950

Box 349   Folder 6

McMahon, 1951

Box 349   Folder 7

McMahon, 1952-1956

Box 349   Folder 8

Me-Mi, general

Box 350   Folder 1

Mo-Mz, general

Box 350   Folder 2

Monroney, Mike

Box 350   Folder 3

Morse, Wayne

Box 350   Folder 4

Mundt, Karl E.

Box 350   Folder 5

Na-Ne, general

Box 350   Folder 6

Ni-Nz, general

Box 350   Folder 7

O, general

Box 350   Folder 8

Pa, general

Box 350   Folder 9

Pe-Pl, general

Box 350   Folder 10

Po, general

Box 351   Folder 1

Pr-Q, general

Box 351   Folder 2

Publicity, radio and television

Box 351   Folder 3

Ra-Ri, general

Box 351   Folder 4

Rigo, Elizabeth

Box 351   Folder 5

Roa-Rol, general

Box 351   Folder 6

Rom-Roz, general

Box 351   Folder 7

Ru, general

Box 351   Folder 8

Sa, general

Box 351   Folder 9

St. Claire, Darrell, 1948-1951

Box 351   Folder 10

St. Claire, 1952-1955

Box 351   Folder 11

St. Claire, 1956-1957

Box 351   Folder 12

Saltonstall, Leverett

Box 352   Folder 1

Sc-Se, general

Box 352   Folder 2

Scamporino, Vincent

Box 352   Folder 3

Sf-Si, general

Box 352   Folder 4

Short, Dewey

Box 352   Folder 5

Sm, general, #1

Box 352   Folder 6

Sm, #2

Box 352   Folder 7

Sm, #3

Box 352   Folder 8

Smith, Alexander H.

Box 352   Folder 9

So, general

Box 352   Folder 10

Socialized medicine

Box 352   Folder 11

Sp, general

Box 352   Folder 12

Sparkman, John

Box 352   Folder 13

Sta-Ste, general

Box 353   Folder 1

Staff memos, general

Box 353   Folder 2

Staff memos, Allen, Stan, #1

Box 353   Folder 3

Staff memos, Allen, #2

Box 353   Folder 4

Staff memos, Allen, #3

Box 353   Folder 5

Staff memos, Allen, #4

Box 353   Folder 6

Staff memos, Allen, #5

Box 353   Folder 7

Staff memos, Allen, #6

Box 353   Folder 8

Staff memos, Bailey, Stephen, #1

Box 353   Folder 9

Staff memos, Bailey, #2

Box 353   Folder 10

Staff memos, Bailey, #3

Box 353   Folder 11

Staff memos, Bailey, #4

Box 353   Folder 12

Staff memos, Bailey, #5

Box 354   Folder 1

Staff memos, Claffey, Bob, #1

Box 354   Folder 2

Staff memos, Claffey, #2

Box 354   Folder 3

Staff memos, Claffey, #3

Box 354   Folder 4

Staff memos, Claffey, #4

Box 354   Folder 5

Staff memos, Claffey, #5

Box 354   Folder 6

Staff memos, Claffey, #6

Box 354   Folder 7

Staff memos, Claffey, #7

Box 354   Folder 8

Staff memos, Claffey, #8

Box 354   Folder 9

Staff memos, Claffey, #9

Box 355   Folder 1

Staff memos, Flynn, Catherine, #1

Box 355   Folder 2

Staff memos, Flynn, #2

Box 355   Folder 3

Staff memos, Flynn, #3

Box 355   Folder 4

Staff memos, Flynn, #4

Box 355   Folder 5

Staff memos, Garner, Mary K.

Box 355   Folder 6

Staff memos, Hart, Kay, #1

Box 355   Folder 7

Staff memos, Hart, #2

Box 355   Folder 8

Staff memos, Hart, #3

Box 355   Folder 9

Staff memos, Hart, #4

Box 356   Folder 1

Staff memos, Hart, #5

Box 356   Folder 2

Staff memos, Hart, #6

Box 356   Folder 3

Staff memos, Hart, #7

Box 356   Folder 4

Staff memos, Hart, #8

Box 356   Folder 5

Staff memos, Hart, #9

Box 356   Folder 6

Staff memos, Henderson, Larry, #1

Box 356   Folder 7

Staff memos, Henderson, #2

Box 357   Folder 1

Staff memos, Herzberg, Don, #1

Box 357   Folder 2

Staff memos, Herzberg, #2

Box 357   Folder 3

Staff memos, Herzberg, #3

Box 357   Folder 4

Staff memos, Herzberg, #4

Box 357   Folder 5

Staff memos, Howe, John, #1

Box 357   Folder 6

Staff memos, Howe, #2

Box 357   Folder 7

Staff memos, Howe, #3

Box 357   Folder 8

Staff memos, Kimball, Penn, #1

Box 357   Folder 9

Staff memos, Kimball, #2

Box 358   Folder 1

Staff memos, Kimball, #3

Box 358   Folder 2

Staff memos, Kimball, #4

Box 358   Folder 3

Staff memos, Kusaila, Joe, #1

Box 358   Folder 4

Staff memos, Kusaila, #2

Box 358   Folder 5

Staff memos, Kusaila, #3

Box 358   Folder 6

Staff memos, Kusaila, #4

Box 358   Folder 7

Staff memos, Kusaila, #5

Box 358   Folder 8

Staff memos, Kusaila, #6

Box 358   Folder 9

Staff memos, Levy, Philip, #1

Box 358   Folder 10

Staff memos, Levy, #2

Box 358   Folder 11

Staff memos, Levy, #3

Box 359   Folder 1

Staff memos, Lyford, Joe, #1

Box 359   Folder 2

Staff memos, Lyford, #2

Box 359   Folder 3

Staff memos, Mann, Ralph, #1

Box 359   Folder 4

Staff memos, Mann, #2

Box 359   Folder 5

Staff memos, Mann, #3

Box 359   Folder 6

Staff memos, McKenna, William, #1

Box 359   Folder 7

Staff memos, McKenna, #2

Box 359   Folder 8

Staff memos, McKenna, #3

Box 359   Folder 9

Staff memos, Mosel, Fred

Box 359   Folder 10

Staff memos, Rigo, Elizabeth, #1

Box 359   Folder 11

Staff memos, Rigo, #2

Box 359   Folder 12

Staff memos, Rigo, #3

Box 359   Folder 13

Staff memos, Wheeler, Tom

Box 360   Folder 1

Stefan, Karl

Box 360   Folder 2

Sto-Sz, general

Box 360   Folder 3

Ta, general

Box 360   Folder 4

Television, letters soliciting support

Box 360   Folder 5

Television, general, #1

Box 360   Folder 6

Television, general, #2

Box 360   Folder 7

Television, general, #3

Box 360   Folder 8

Television, reactions

Box 360   Folder 9

Television, statements

Box 360   Folder 10

Television, subscription radio

Box 360   Folder 11

Television, surveys

Box 361   Folder 1

Th, general

Box 361   Folder 2

To-Tz, general

Box 361   Folder 3

Tydings, Millard

Box 361   Folder 4

U, general

Box 361   Folder 5

V, general

Box 361   Folder 6

Voting record

Box 361   Folder 7

Wa, general

Box 361   Folder 8

We, general

Box 361   Folder 9

Wh, general

Box 361   Folder 10

Wi, general, #1

Box 361   Folder 11

Wi, #2

Box 361   Folder 12

Wo-Wz, general

Box 361   Folder 13

X-Z, general, #1

Box 361   Folder 14

X-Z, #2

Sub-subseries 7: McCarthy

Box 362   Folder 1

Committee to Study Censure

Box 362   Folder 2

McCarthy vs. Post-Standard

Box 362   Folder 3

Subcommittee hearing, 28 Sept. 1951

Box 362   Folder 4

Subversive Activities Control Board

Box 363   Folder 1

Articles, comments

Box 363   Folder 2

Background

Box 363   Folder 3

BBC interview

Box 363   Folder 4

Committee for an Effective Congress

Box 363   Folder 5

Depositions, McCarthy, Joseph, #1842

Box 363   Folder 6

Depositions, Whitaker, James K. et al. #1843

Box 363   Folder 7

Depositions, Hoffman, Paul, #1844; Allen, Charles S., #1845

Box 363   Folder 8

Depositions, Benton, William, #1846; Williams, E. B. and Kiendl, T., #1847

Box 363   Folder 9

Depositions, Tydings, M. E. and Morgan, E. P., #1848

Box 363   Folder 10

Depositions, Benton, William, #1849

Box 363   Folder 11

Depositions, Smith, W. B., #1850

Box 364   Folder 1

Elections, general

Box 364   Folder 2

Elections, Bean Report

Box 364   Folder 3

General, 1951

Box 364   Folder 4

General, 1952

Box 364   Folder 5

General, Jan.-June 1953

Box 364   Folder 6

General, July-Dec. 1953

Box 364   Folder 7

General, Jan.-June 1954

Box 364   Folder 8

General, July-Dec. 1954

Box 364   Folder 9

General, 1955-1960

Box 365   Folder 1

"I Believe," ads

Box 365   Folder 2

"I Believe," correspondence

Box 365   Folder 3

Injustice study

Box 365   Folder 4

"Joe Must Go" campaign

Box 365   Folder 5

Lawsuit, 1951

Box 365   Folder 6

Lawsuit, Jan.-June 1952

Box 365   Folder 7

Lawsuit, July-Dec. 1952

Box 365   Folder 8

Lawsuit, 1953-1954

Box 365   Folder 9

Lawsuit, finance

Box 365   Folder 10

Lists, #1

Box 365   Folder 11

Lists, #2

Box 366   Folder 1

Lists, #3

Box 366   Folder 2

Lists, #4

Box 366   Folder 3

Lists, #5

Box 366   Folder 4

Miscellaneous, #1

Box 366   Folder 5

Miscellaneous, #2

Box 366   Folder 6

Miscellaneous, #3

Box 366   Folder 7

MSA amendment

Box 366   Folder 8

Press

Box 366   Folder 9

Press releases

Box 366   Folder 10

Radio Reports, Inc.

Box 367   Folder 1

"See It Now"

Box 367   Folder 2

Senate, Flanders-Watkins

Box 367   Folder 3

Senate, Hennings, Thomas

Box 367   Folder 4

Senate, Army hearings

Box 367   Folder 5

Senate, privileges and elections

Box 367   Folder 6

Speech

Box 367   Folder 7

Subcommittee hearings, 14 Sept. 1951

Box 367   Folder 8

Subcommittee hearings, 28 Sept. 1951

Box 367   Folder 9

Subcommittee hearings, 12 May 1952

Box 367   Folder 10

Subcommittee hearings, 13 May 1952

Box 367   Folder 11

Subcommittee hearings, 14 May 1952

Box 368   Folder 1

Subcommittee hearings, 15 May 1952

Box 368   Folder 2

Subcommittee hearings, 16 May 1952

Box 368   Folder 3

Subcommittee hearings, 3 July 1952, #1

Box 368   Folder 4

Subcommittee hearings, 3 July 1952, #2

Box 368   Folder 5

Subcommittee hearings, 8 Sept. 1954

Box 368   Folder 6

Subcommittee hearings, 9 Sept. 1954

Box 369   Folder 1

Subcommittee hearings, 10 Sept. 1954

Box 369   Folder 2

Subcommittee hearings, 11 Sept. 1954

Subseries 5: Foreign Affairs

Sub-subseries 1: General

Box 370   Folder 1

A-Be, general

Box 370   Folder 2

Belgian-American Educational Foundation, 1959, 1963

Box 370   Folder 3

Ben-Ami, Oved, 1970-1972

Box 370   Folder 4

Benitez, Jaime, 1961-1963

Box 370   Folder 5

Berle, Adolf, Jr., 1958-1962

Box 370   Folder 6

Betancourt, Romulo, 1961-1969

Box 370   Folder 7

Blo-C, general

Box 370   Folder 8

Blumgart, John D., 1958-1961

Box 370   Folder 9

Borgese, Elisabeth Mann, 1958-1972

Box 370   Folder 10

Brady, Leslie S., 1960-1972

Box 370   Folder 11

Broadcasting Foundation of America, 1958-1972

Box 370   Folder 12

Business International S. A., 1966

Box 370   Folder 13

Center for Inter-American Relations, Inc., 1967-1973

Box 370   Folder 14

Chagas, Carlos, 1969-1973

Box 370   Folder 15

Clark, William, 1958-1972

Box 371   Folder 1

Cookey, Samuel, 1963-1972

Box 371   Folder 2

Cooper, Charles I. and Michele, 1963-1972

Box 371   Folder 3

Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs, general, 1940

Box 371   Folder 4

Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs, general, 1941-1943

Box 371   Folder 5

Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs, general, 1944-1945

Box 371   Folder 6

Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs, A-F, general

Box 371   Folder 7

Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs, Boyer, Edith

Box 371   Folder 8

Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs, Brooks, Walter

Box 371   Folder 9

Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs, Caldwell, Robert G.

Box 371   Folder 10

Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs, Franklin, George Jr.

Box 371   Folder 11

Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs, Harrison, Wallace

Box 371   Folder 12

Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs, I-M, general

Box 371   Folder 13

Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs, Moe, Henry

Box 371   Folder 14

Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs, O-Y, general

Box 371   Folder 15

Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs, Policy Board minutes

Box 371   Folder 16

Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs, Poynter, Nelson

Box 371   Folder 17

Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs, Rockefeller, Nelson, 1940

Box 371   Folder 18

Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs, Rockefeller, 1941-1943

Box 371   Folder 19

Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs, Rockefeller, 1944

Box 371   Folder 20

Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs, Rockefeller, 1945-1947

Box 371   Folder 21

Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs, Rovensky, Joseph and Young, James Webb

Box 371   Folder 22

Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs, University of Texas memo

Box 372   Folder 1

D-M, general

Box 372   Folder 2

Eddy, Donald B., 1963-1972

Box 372   Folder 3

Gaitskell, Hugh, 1959-1962

Box 372   Folder 4

Gandhi, Indira, 1964-1970

Box 372   Folder 5

Herzog, Yaacov, 1970-1972

Box 372   Folder 6

International Broadcasting (and Fight for Funds), 1947

Box 372   Folder 7

Labouisse, Henry R., 1957-1968

Box 372   Folder 8

Mackenzie, A. R. K., 1958-1970

Box 372   Folder 9

Maud, John, 1959-1972

Box 372   Folder 10

Maxwell, Robert, 1959-1968

Box 372   Folder 11

Meir, Golda, 1970-1973

Box 372   Folder 12

Miller, John Duncan, 1963-1969

Box 372   Folder 13

Nehru, Jawaharlal, 1963-1965

Box 372   Folder 14

Ormerod, Sir Berkeley, 1958-1966

Box 372   Folder 15

Ormerod, 1967-1973

Box 373   Folder 1

P-W, general

Box 373   Folder 2

Pandit, Vijaya Lakshmi, 1958-1971

Box 373   Folder 3

Patenotre, Eric, 1967-1971

Box 373   Folder 4

Romulo, Carlos P., 1965-1972

Box 373   Folder 5

Soviet-U. S. cultural exchange: Russian officials

Box 373   Folder 6

Soviet-U. S. cultural exchange: Russian officials, U.S.S.R.-U. S. diplomatic relations

Box 373   Folder 7

Soviet-U. S. cultural exchange: Russian officials, Zvorykine, Anatoli

Box 373   Folder 8

Stone, William T.

Box 373   Folder 9

T-V, general

Box 373   Folder 10

Vilfan, Joza and family, 1960-1966

Box 373   Folder 11

Vilfan, 1967-1973

Box 374   Folder 1

Wilson, Harold, 1959-1961

Box 374   Folder 2

Wilson, 1962

Box 374   Folder 3

Wilson, 1963

Box 374   Folder 4

Wilson, 1964

Box 374   Folder 5

Wilson, 1965

Box 374   Folder 6

Wilson, 1966-1967

Box 374   Folder 7

Wilson, 1968-1969

Box 374   Folder 8

Wilson, 1970-1973

Box 374   Folder 9

Wood, Basil, 1957-1972

Box 374   Folder 10

Yelutin, Vyacheslav

Box 374   Folder 11

Zhukov, Yuri

Sub-subseries 2: State Department

Sub-sub-subseries 1: 1941-1947

Box 375   Folder 1

General, Sept.-Dec. 1945

Box 375   Folder 2

General, Jan.-June 1946

Box 375   Folder 3

General, July-Dec. 1946

Box 375   Folder 4

General, Jan.-June 1947

Box 375   Folder 5

General, July-Dec. 1947

Box 375   Folder 6

A-L, general

Box 375   Folder 7

Amerika

Box 375   Folder 8

Appointments

Box 375   Folder 9

Byrnes, James F., 1945

Box 375   Folder 10

Byrnes, 1946-1947

Box 375   Folder 11

Chautemps, Camille, 1946-1947

Box 375   Folder 12

Curran, Ruth, 1946-1947

Box 375   Folder 13

Evans, Luther H., 1946-1947

Box 375   Folder 14

Klauber, Edward, 1941-1947

Box 375   Folder 15

M-Z, general

Box 375   Folder 16

Marshall, George C.

Box 376   Folder 1

Personal

Box 376   Folder 2

Press excerpts

Box 376   Folder 3

Reports

Box 376   Folder 4

Resignation, #1

Box 376   Folder 5

Resignation, #2

Box 376   Folder 6

Resignation, #3

Box 376   Folder 7

Resignation, #4

Box 377   Folder 1

Resignation, #5

Box 377   Folder 2

Resignation, #6

Box 377   Folder 3

Resignation, #7

Sub-sub-subseries 2: 1948-1957

Box 378   Folder 1

General, 1948

Box 378   Folder 2

Allen, George V., 1948

Box 378   Folder 3

Art collection

Box 378   Folder 4

B, general

Box 378   Folder 5

C, general

Box 378   Folder 6

Curran, Alice, 1948-1949

Box 378   Folder 7

Curran, 1950-1952

Box 378   Folder 8

Curran, 1953-1954

Box 378   Folder 9

Curran, 1955

Box 378   Folder 10

Curran, 1956-1957

Box 378   Folder 11

D, general

Box 378   Folder 12

Douglas, Lewis

Box 379   Folder 1

E-F, general

Box 379   Folder 2

Fosdick, Dorothy

Box 379   Folder 3

Free, Lloyd

Box 379   Folder 4

G, general

Box 379   Folder 5

H, general

Box 379   Folder 6

Henderson, Loy

Box 379   Folder 7

Hulten, Charles, #1

Box 379   Folder 8

Hulten, #2

Box 379   Folder 9

I-J, general

Box 379   Folder 10

Jones, Joseph M.

Box 380   Folder 1

K-L, general

Box 380   Folder 2

Kerrigan, Edward J.

Box 380   Folder 3

Kotschnig, Walter

Box 380   Folder 4

MacKnight, Jesse

Box 380   Folder 5

Mc, general

Box 380   Folder 6

McFall, Jack

Box 380   Folder 7

Me-Mz, general

Box 380   Folder 8

N-O, general

Box 380   Folder 9

P-Q, general

Box 380   Folder 10

Peurifoy, John E.

Box 380   Folder 11

R, general

Box 380   Folder 12

Reid, Luther

Box 380   Folder 13

Russell, Francis H.

Box 381   Folder 1

Sa-Sh, general

Box 381   Folder 2

Sargeant, Howland, 1948-1949

Box 381   Folder 3

Sargeant, 1950

Box 381   Folder 4

Sargeant, 1951

Box 381   Folder 5

Sargeant, 1952

Box 381   Folder 6

Sargeant, 1953-1954

Box 381   Folder 7

Sargeant, 1955-1957

Box 381   Folder 8

Si-Sz, general, #1

Box 381   Folder 9

Si-Sz, #2

Box 382   Folder 1

T-U, general

Box 382   Folder 2

Thomson, Charles A., #1

Box 382   Folder 3

Thomson, #2

Box 382   Folder 4

Thorpe, Willard L.

Box 382   Folder 5

Trueblood, Edward G.

Box 382   Folder 6

Tyler, William R.

Box 382   Folder 7

U.S.I.A.

Box 382   Folder 8

V, general

Box 382   Folder 9

W-Z, general

Box 382   Folder 10

Webb, James E.

Box 382   Folder 11

Wilkinson, Robert

Sub-sub-subseries 3: 1958-1973

Box 383   Folder 1

Advisory Committee on International Book Programs, 1962-1964

Box 383   Folder 2

B-C, general

Box 383   Folder 3

Berding, Andrew, 1962

Box 383   Folder 4

Bohlen, Charles and Avis, 1959-1968

Box 383   Folder 5

Briggs, Ellis O., 1961-1968

Box 383   Folder 6

Bruce, David, 1961-1973

Box 383   Folder 7

C-M, general

Box 383   Folder 8

Curran, Alice T., 1958

Box 383   Folder 9

Curran, 1959

Box 383   Folder 10

Curran, 1960

Box 383   Folder 11

Curran, 1961-1962

Box 383   Folder 12

Curran, 1963

Box 383   Folder 13

Curran, 1964

Box 383   Folder 14

Curran, 1965

Box 384   Folder 1

Curran, 1966

Box 384   Folder 2

Curran, 1967

Box 384   Folder 3

Curran, 1968-1971

Box 384   Folder 4

Drumm, Thomas Edward, 1967-1970

Box 384   Folder 5

Duke, Angier Biddle, 1959-1972

Box 384   Folder 6

Foster, William C., 1958-1970

Box 384   Folder 7

Hills, Carter, 1967-1968

Box 384   Folder 8

Kaiser, Philip M., 1958-1969

Box 384   Folder 9

Katzenbach, Nicholas deB., 1965-1967

Box 384   Folder 10

Knight, Frances G., 1963-1970

Box 384   Folder 11

Kohler, Foy D., 1961-1973

Box 384   Folder 12

Kotschnig, Walter and family, 1958-1966

Box 384   Folder 13

Kotschnig, 1967-1973

Box 385   Folder 1

Lindley, Ernest K., 1958-1966

Box 385   Folder 2

Lodge, Henry Cabot, 1958-1968

Box 385   Folder 3

Lodge, John Davis and Francesca, 1961-1972

Box 385   Folder 4

Lyon, Cecil B., 1963-1968

Box 385   Folder 5

Mann, Frederic R., 1967-1971

Box 385   Folder 6

Marks, Leonard, 1965-1972

Box 385   Folder 7

McKiernan, Thomas D., 1969-1972

Box 385   Folder 8

N-Q, general

Box 385   Folder 9

Patterson, Albion, 1961-1962

Box 385   Folder 10

Purcell, Victor, 1959

Box 385   Folder 11

R, general

Box 385   Folder 12

Rogers, William D., 1966-1972

Box 385   Folder 13

Rusk, Dean, 1959-1965

Box 385   Folder 14

Rusk, 1966-1973

Box 385   Folder 15

Russell, Francis H., 1963-1968

Box 386   Folder 1

S, general, #1

Box 386   Folder 2

S, #2

Box 386   Folder 3

Scott, Elizabeth

Box 386   Folder 4

Sisco, Joseph

Box 386   Folder 5

T-W, general

Box 386   Folder 6

Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Llewellyn E., 1960-1972

Box 386   Folder 7

Tregaron Center, 1960-1961

Box 386   Folder 8

Tubby, Roger, 1961-1970

Box 386   Folder 9

U.S.I.A., 1958

Box 386   Folder 10

U.S.I.A., 1959

Box 386   Folder 11

U.S.I.A., 1960

Box 386   Folder 12

U.S.I.A., 1961

Box 386   Folder 13

U.S.I.A., Executive Reserve, 1958-1964

Box 386   Folder 14

Voce, Violet, 1959-1973

Box 386   Folder 15

Voice of America, 1958-1961

Box 386   Folder 16

Wine, James, 1964-1969

Sub-subseries 3: UNESCO

Sub-sub-subseries 1: 1946-1957

Box 387   Folder 1

A-Bi, general

Box 387   Folder 2

Bo-Bz, general

Box 387   Folder 3

Boston, 1948, background

Box 387   Folder 4

Boston, reports

Box 387   Folder 5

Boston, summary

Box 387   Folder 6

C-L, general

Box 387   Folder 7

CARE

Box 387   Folder 8

Chicago, 1947

Box 387   Folder 9

Cleveland, 1949, correspondence

Box 387   Folder 10

Cleveland, reports

Box 388   Folder 1

Correspondence, 1948-1949

Box 388   Folder 2

Correspondence, 1949-1950

Box 388   Folder 3

Correspondence, 1951

Box 388   Folder 4

Correspondence, 1952

Box 388   Folder 5

Correspondence, 1953-1955

Box 388   Folder 6

Correspondence, 1956-1957

Box 388   Folder 7

Denver, 1947

Box 388   Folder 8

Eisenhower, Milton, 1946-1948

Box 388   Folder 9

Geneva, 1948

Box 388   Folder 10

Laves, Walter H.

Box 388   Folder 11

M-R, general

Box 388   Folder 12

McCullough, Max

Box 389   Folder 1

Mexico, 1947, background

Box 389   Folder 2

Mexico, correspondence

Box 389   Folder 3

Mexico, draft report

Box 389   Folder 4

Mexico, documents

Box 389   Folder 5

Paris, 1946

Box 389   Folder 6

Paris, 1947, correspondence

Box 389   Folder 7

Paris, documents, #1

Box 389   Folder 8

Paris, documents, #2

Box 390   Folder 1

Paris, 1950

Box 390   Folder 2

Paris, 1952

Box 390   Folder 3

S, general

Box 390   Folder 4

Schneider, Douglas

Box 390   Folder 5

T-Z, general

Box 390   Folder 6

Thomson, Charles, 1948-1952

Box 390   Folder 7

Washington, 1948, background

Box 390   Folder 8

Washington, reference

Box 390   Folder 9

Washington, 1949, Committee on Awards

Box 390   Folder 10

Washington, Executive Committee

Box 390   Folder 11

Washington, miscellaneous

Box 390   Folder 12

Washington, 1951

Sub-sub-subseries 2: 1958-1973

Box 391   Folder 1

A-C, general

Box 391   Folder 2

Agency for International Development

Box 391   Folder 3

Appointment, congratulations, A-E

Box 391   Folder 4

Appointment, congratulations, F-H

Box 391   Folder 5

Appointment, congratulations, I-N

Box 391   Folder 6

Appointment, congratulations, O-S

Box 391   Folder 7

Appointment, congratulations, T-Z

Box 391   Folder 8

Appointment, general

Box 391   Folder 9

Appointment, U. S. government

Box 391   Folder 10

Appointment, White House/State Department, 1963-1965

Box 391   Folder 11

Appointment, White House/State Department, 1966

Box 391   Folder 12

Appointment, White House/State Department, 1967-1968

Box 392   Folder 1

Baez, Albert

Box 392   Folder 2

Beeby, C. Edward, 1963-1971

Box 392   Folder 3

Behrstock, Julian, 1963-1973

Box 392   Folder 4

Benton, William, 1963-1964

Box 392   Folder 5

Benton, 1965-1968

Box 392   Folder 6

Bo-Bz, general

Box 392   Folder 7

Budget, 1963

Box 392   Folder 8

Budget, 1964

Box 392   Folder 9

Budget, 1965

Box 392   Folder 10

Budget, 1966

Box 392   Folder 11

Budget, 1967-1968

Box 393   Folder 1

Cassirer, Henry

Box 393   Folder 2

Coombs, Philip

Box 393   Folder 3

D-M, general

Box 393   Folder 4

De Vries, Vitus, 1964

Box 393   Folder 5

Education, 1963-1964

Box 393   Folder 6

Education, 1965

Box 393   Folder 7

Education, 1966-1968

Box 393   Folder 8

Executive Board

Box 393   Folder 9

Fobes, John E., 1963-1971

Box 393   Folder 10

General Conference presidency

Box 393   Folder 11

Gjesdahl, Tor

Box 393   Folder 12

Graham, Pierre R., 1971-1972

Box 393   Folder 13

Hayman, D'Arcy

Box 394   Folder 1

Issues, 1963

Box 394   Folder 2

Issues, 1964

Box 394   Folder 3

Issues, 1965

Box 394   Folder 4

Issues, 1966

Box 394   Folder 5

Issues, 1967

Box 394   Folder 6

Issues, 1968

Box 395   Folder 1

Issues, general, #1

Box 395   Folder 2

Issues, general, #2

Box 395   Folder 3

Issues, general, #3

Box 395   Folder 4

Lists, #1

Box 395   Folder 5

Lists, #2

Box 395   Folder 6

Kotschnig, Walter, 1963-1965

Box 395   Folder 7

Kotschnig, 1966-1968

Box 395   Folder 8

Maheu, Rene, 1963-1965

Box 395   Folder 9

Maheu, 1966-1968

Box 395   Folder 10

Maheu, 1970-1973

Box 396   Folder 1

Mass communications

Box 396   Folder 2

Meetings, general

Box 396   Folder 3

Meetings, Executive Board, 1963-1964

Box 396   Folder 4

Meetings, Executive Board, 1965-1966

Box 396   Folder 5

Meetings, Executive Board, 1967-1968

Box 396   Folder 6

Meetings, National Commission, Chicago, 1963

Box 396   Folder 7

Meetings, National Commission, 1963

Box 396   Folder 8

Meetings, National Commission, 1964

Box 396   Folder 9

Meetings, National Commission, 1965

Box 397   Folder 1

Meetings, National Commission, 1966

Box 397   Folder 2

Meetings, National Commission, 1967-1968

Box 397   Folder 3

Member states, general, 1963-1964

Box 397   Folder 4

Member states, general, 1965-1966

Box 397   Folder 5

Member states, general, 1967-1968

Box 397   Folder 6

Member states, A-H, miscellaneous

Box 397   Folder 7

Member states, Brazil

Box 397   Folder 8

Member states, I-M, miscellaneous

Box 397   Folder 9

Member states, Morocco

Box 398   Folder 1

Member states, N-O, miscellaneous

Box 398   Folder 2

Member states, P-Z, miscellaneous

Box 398   Folder 3

Member states, U.S.S.R.

Box 398   Folder 4

Member states, United Kingdom

Box 398   Folder 5

N-Z, general

Box 398   Folder 6

National Commission, 1963

Box 398   Folder 7

National Commission, 1964

Box 398   Folder 8

National Commission, 1965

Box 398   Folder 9

National Commission, 1966

Box 398   Folder 10

National Commission, 1967-1968

Box 398   Folder 11

National Commission, appointments, 1964-1966

Box 398   Folder 12

National Commission, appointments, 1967-1968

Box 399   Folder 1

National Commission, Branscomb, Harvie

Box 399   Folder 2

National Commission, public relations

Box 399   Folder 3

Otetea, Andrei, 1969-1971

Box 399   Folder 4

Personal, general

Box 399   Folder 5

Personal, Crillon suite

Box 399   Folder 6

Personal, personnel

Box 399   Folder 7

Population control

Box 399   Folder 8

Projects, general, 1964-1966

Box 399   Folder 9

Projects, general, 1967

Box 399   Folder 10

Projects, general, 1968

Box 399   Folder 11

Projects, Bellagio meeting

Box 400   Folder 1

Projects, field offices, 1964-1965

Box 400   Folder 2

Projects, field offices, 1966-1968

Box 400   Folder 3

Projects, Florence-Beirut agreement

Box 400   Folder 4

Projects, Ford Foundation

Box 400   Folder 5

Projects, Freedom of Information Conference

Box 400   Folder 6

Projects, Haussamen, Crane, #1

Box 400   Folder 7

Projects, Haussamen, #2

Box 400   Folder 8

Projects, human rights (Roosevelt Foundation), 1963

Box 400   Folder 9

Projects, human rights (Roosevelt Foundation), 1964

Box 400   Folder 10

Projects, management survey

Box 400   Folder 11

Projects, Rome center

Box 401   Folder 1

Projects, Task Force

Box 401   Folder 2

Public relations, general, 1963

Box 401   Folder 3

Public relations, general, 1964

Box 401   Folder 4

Public relations, general, 1965

Box 401   Folder 5

Public relations, general, 1966

Box 401   Folder 6

Public relations, general, 1967

Box 401   Folder 7

Public relations, general, 1968

Box 401   Folder 8

Public relations, American Embassy (Paris)

Box 401   Folder 9

Public relations, Britannica

Box 402   Folder 1

Public relations, British officials

Box 402   Folder 2

Public relations, classified documents

Box 402   Folder 3

Public relations, ideas and criticisms

Box 402   Folder 4

Public relations, miscellaneous, #1

Box 402   Folder 5

Public relations, miscellaneous, #2

Box 402   Folder 6

Public relations, miscellaneous, #3

Box 402   Folder 7

Public relations, United Nations, 1963-1965

Box 402   Folder 8

Public relations, United Nations, 1966-1968

Box 402   Folder 9

Public relations, U. S. Congress

Box 403   Folder 1

Publications, 1964

Box 403   Folder 2

Publications, 1965-1966

Box 403   Folder 3

Publicity, 1963-1965

Box 403   Folder 4

Publicity, 1966-1968

Box 403   Folder 5

Schramm, Wilbur

Box 403   Folder 6

Secretariat, general, 1963-1964

Box 403   Folder 7

Secretariat, general, 1965-1966

Box 403   Folder 8

Secretariat, general, 1967-1968

Box 403   Folder 9

Secretariat, applicants, 1963-1964

Box 404   Folder 1

Secretariat, applicants, 1965

Box 404   Folder 2

Secretariat, applicants, 1966

Box 404   Folder 3

Secretariat, applicants, 1967

Box 404   Folder 4

Secretariat, applicants, 1968

Box 404   Folder 5

Secretariat, applicants, miscellaneous

Box 404   Folder 6

Social engagements, 1963-1964

Box 405   Folder 1

Social engagements, 1965-1968

Box 405   Folder 2

Travels, general

Box 405   Folder 3

Travels, Africa, 1964, #1

Box 405   Folder 4

Travels, Africa, #2

Box 405   Folder 5

Travels, Europe

Box 405   Folder 6

Travels, Mexico

Box 405   Folder 7

U. N. Development Program

Box 405   Folder 8

U. S. delegation, general, 1963

Box 405   Folder 9

U. S. delegation, general, 1964

Box 405   Folder 10

U. S. delegation, general, 1965

Box 406   Folder 1

U. S. delegation, general, 1966

Box 406   Folder 2

U. S. delegation, general, 1967

Box 406   Folder 3

U. S. delegation, general, 1968

Box 406   Folder 4

U. S. delegation, applicants, 1963-1966

Box 406   Folder 5

U. S. delegation, applicants, 1967-1968

Box 406   Folder 6

U. S. delegation, appointments

Box 406   Folder 7

U. S. delegation, Cleveland, Harlan

Box 406   Folder 8

U. S. delegation, Frankel, Charles

Box 406   Folder 9

U. S. delegation, Haussaman, Crane

Box 407   Folder 1

U. S. delegation, miscellaneous, A-C

Box 407   Folder 2

U. S. delegation, miscellaneous, D-L

Box 407   Folder 3

U. S. delegation, miscellaneous, M-R

Box 407   Folder 4

U. S. delegation, miscellaneous, S-Z

Box 407   Folder 5

U. S. delegation, policy, 1965-1966

Box 407   Folder 6

U. S. delegation, policy, 1967-1968

Box 407   Folder 7

U. S. delegation, voting

Box 407   Folder 8

U. S. delegation, Wade, Robert, 1963

Box 407   Folder 9

U. S. delegation, Wade, 1964

Box 407   Folder 10

U. S. delegation, Wade, 1965

Box 407   Folder 11

U. S. delegation, Wade, 1966

Box 407   Folder 12

U. S. delegation, Wade, 1967-1968

Subseries 6: Education and Philanthropy

Sub-subseries 1: University of Chicago

Sub-sub-subseries 1: 1948-1957

Box 408   Folder 1

A-B, general

Box 408   Folder 2

Bell, Laird, 1948-1957

Box 408   Folder 3

Blair, William McCormick

Box 408   Folder 4

Ca-Cl, general

Box 408   Folder 5

Cleveland Conference

Box 408   Folder 6

Co-Cz, general

Box 408   Folder 7

D, general

Box 408   Folder 8

E-F, general

Box 408   Folder 9

G-H, general

Box 408   Folder 10

Hall, J. Parker

Box 409   Folder 1

J-L, general

Box 409   Folder 2

Kimpton, Lawrence A.

Box 409   Folder 3

M-O, general

Box 409   Folder 4

Morgenstern, William

Box 409   Folder 5

P-Q, general

Box 409   Folder 6

Paepcke, Walter

Box 409   Folder 7

Probst, George

Box 409   Folder 8

R, general

Box 409   Folder 9

Sa-Sh, general

Box 410   Folder 1

Si-Sz, general

Box 410   Folder 2

Smith, Hermon D.

Box 410   Folder 3

Stutzman, Frances

Box 410   Folder 4

Swift, Harold

Box 410   Folder 5

T-Z, general

Box 410   Folder 6

Tyler, Ralph W.

Box 410   Folder 7

Williams, Lynn A.

Box 410   Folder 8

Zimmerman, Herbert P.

Sub-sub-subseries 2: 1958-1973

Box 411   Folder 1

A-Z, general

Box 411   Folder 2

Axelson, C. F., 1962-1971

Box 411   Folder 3

Beadle, George and Muriel, 1968-1972

Box 411   Folder 4

Blair, William McCormick, 1958-1972

Box 411   Folder 5

Cone, Fairfax, 1958-1971

Box 411   Folder 6

D-M, general

Box 411   Folder 7

Nef, John, 1958-1973

Box 411   Folder 8

S, general

Box 411   Folder 9

Schultz, Theodore

Box 411   Folder 10

Stutzman, Frances, 1958-1965

Box 411   Folder 11

Stutzman, 1968-1972

Sub-subseries 2: Benton Foundation

Box 412   Folder 1

American Assembly, general, 1958-1959

Box 412   Folder 2

American Assembly, general, 1960-1961

Box 412   Folder 3

American Assembly, general, 1962-1964

Box 412   Folder 4

American Assembly, general, 1965-1966

Box 412   Folder 5

American Assembly, general, 1967-1968

Box 412   Folder 6

American Assembly, general, 1969-1971

Box 412   Folder 7

American Assembly, general, 1972-1973

Box 412   Folder 8

American Assembly, broadcasting program, 1964-1970

Box 413   Folder 1

American Assembly, Board of Trustees, 1958-1960

Box 413   Folder 2

American Assembly, Board of Trustees, 1961-1963

Box 413   Folder 3

American Assembly, Board of Trustees, 1964-1966

Box 413   Folder 4

American Assembly, Board of Trustees, 1967-1968

Box 413   Folder 5

American Assembly, Board of Trustees, 1969

Box 413   Folder 6

American Assembly, Board of Trustees, 1970-1972

Box 413   Folder 7

American Assembly, fund raising and contributions, 1958

Box 413   Folder 8

American Assembly, fund raising and contributions, 1959-1962

Box 414   Folder 1

American Assembly, fund raising and contributions, 1963-1964

Box 414   Folder 2

American Assembly, fund raising and contributions, 1965

Box 414   Folder 3

American Assembly, fund raising and contributions, 1966

Box 414   Folder 4

American Assembly, fund raising and contributions, 1967-1972

Box 414   Folder 5

American Assembly, lists, releases and publications, 1959-1962

Box 414   Folder 6

American Assembly, lists, 1963-1964

Box 414   Folder 7

American Assembly, lists, 1966-1968

Box 414   Folder 8

American Assembly, lists, 1969-1972

Box 415   Folder 1

American Committee on United Europe, 1958-1960

Box 415   Folder 2

American Foreign Service Association, #1

Box 415   Folder 3

American Foreign Service Association, #2

Box 415   Folder 4

American Foreign Service Association, #3

Box 416   Folder 1

American Shakespeare Festival, general, 1958

Box 416   Folder 2

American Shakespeare Festival, general, 1959

Box 416   Folder 3

American Shakespeare Festival, general, 1960

Box 416   Folder 4

American Shakespeare Festival, general, 1961

Box 416   Folder 5

American Shakespeare Festival, general, 1962

Box 416   Folder 6

American Shakespeare Festival, general, 1963-1964

Box 416   Folder 7

American Shakespeare Festival, general, 1965

Box 416   Folder 8

American Shakespeare Festival, general, 1966

Box 416   Folder 9

American Shakespeare Festival, general, 1967-1968

Box 416   Folder 10

American Shakespeare Festival, general, 1969-1970

Box 416   Folder 11

American Shakespeare Festival, general, 1971-1973

Box 417   Folder 1

American Shakespeare Festival, Board of Trustees, 1958-1960

Box 417   Folder 2

American Shakespeare Festival, Board of Trustees, Yale merger proposal, 1960-1962

Box 417   Folder 3

American Shakespeare Festival, Board of Trustees, 1961-1962

Box 417   Folder 4

American Shakespeare Festival, Board of Trustees, 1963-1965

Box 417   Folder 5

American Shakespeare Festival, Board of Trustees, 1966

Box 417   Folder 6

American Shakespeare Festival, Board of Trustees, 1967

Box 417   Folder 7

American Shakespeare Festival, Board of Trustees, 1968

Box 417   Folder 8

American Shakespeare Festival, Board of Trustees, 1969-1970

Box 417   Folder 9

American Shakespeare Festival, Board of Trustees, 1971

Box 417   Folder 10

American Shakespeare Festival, Board of Trustees, 1972-1973

Box 418   Folder 1

Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies, general, 1958-1959

Box 418   Folder 2

Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies, general, 1960-1961

Box 418   Folder 3

Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies, general, Jan.-June 1962

Box 418   Folder 4

Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies, general, July-Dec. 1962

Box 418   Folder 5

Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies, general, 1963

Box 418   Folder 6

Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies, general, Jan.-June 1964

Box 418   Folder 7

Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies, general, July-Dec. 1964

Box 418   Folder 8

Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies, general, 1965

Box 418   Folder 9

Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies, general, 1966

Box 419   Folder 1

Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies, general, 1967

Box 419   Folder 2

Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies, general, 1968-1969

Box 419   Folder 3

Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies, general, Feb.-May 1970

Box 419   Folder 4

Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies, general, June-Dec. 1970

Box 419   Folder 5

Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies, general, Jan.-May 1971

Box 419   Folder 6

Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies, general, June 1971-May 1972

Box 419   Folder 7

Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies, general, June-Aug. 1972

Box 419   Folder 8

Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies, general, Sept.-Dec. 1972

Box 420   Folder 1

Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies, Board of Trustees, 1959-1960

Box 420   Folder 2

Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies, Board of Trustees, 1961-1962

Box 420   Folder 3

Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies, Board of Trustees, 1963-1964

Box 420   Folder 4

Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies, Board of Trustees, 1965

Box 420   Folder 5

Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies, Board of Trustees, 1966-1967

Box 420   Folder 6

Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies, Board of Trustees, 1968-1969

Box 420   Folder 7

Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies, Board of Trustees, 1970

Box 420   Folder 8

Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies, Board of Trustees, 1971-1973

Box 420   Folder 9

Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies, contributions, 1959-1967

Box 420   Folder 10

Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies, Aspen College proposal, 1962-1963

Box 420   Folder 11

Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies, Aspen College proposal, 1964-1965

Box 420   Folder 12

Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies, Aspen College proposal, 1966-1970

Box 421   Folder 1

Brandeis University, general, 1958-1962

Box 421   Folder 2

Brandeis University, general, 1963

Box 421   Folder 3

Brandeis University, general, 1964-1966

Box 421   Folder 4

Brandeis University, general, 1965-1967, Stevenson memorial

Box 421   Folder 5

Brandeis University, general, 1967

Box 421   Folder 6

Brandeis University, general, 1968

Box 421   Folder 7

Brandeis University, general, 1969-1970

Box 421   Folder 8

Brandeis University, general, 1971-1972

Box 422   Folder 1

Brandeis University, Board of Trustees, 1961

Box 422   Folder 2

Brandeis University, Board of Trustees, 1962

Box 422   Folder 3

Brandeis University, Board of Trustees, 1963

Box 422   Folder 4

Brandeis University, Board of Trustees, 1964

Box 422   Folder 5

Brandeis University, Board of Trustees, 1965

Box 422   Folder 6

Brandeis University, Board of Trustees, 1966

Box 422   Folder 7

Brandeis University, Board of Trustees, 1967

Box 422   Folder 8

Brandeis University, Board of Trustees, 1968

Box 422   Folder 9

Brandeis University, Board of Trustees, 1969

Box 422   Folder 10

Brandeis University, Board of Trustees, 1970

Box 423   Folder 1

Brandeis University, Board of Trustees, 1971

Box 423   Folder 2

Brandeis University, Board of Trustees, 1972-1973

Box 423   Folder 3

Brandeis University, Board of Trustees, minutes, 1972

Box 423   Folder 4

Brandeis University, contributions and fund raising, 1961-1964

Box 423   Folder 5

Brandeis University, contributions and fund raising, 1965-1968

Box 423   Folder 6

Brandeis University, contributions and fund raising, 1969-1972

Box 423   Folder 7

Brandeis University, events and activities, 1961-1964

Box 423   Folder 8

Brandeis University, events and activities, 1965-1967

Box 423   Folder 9

Brandeis University, events and activities, 1968

Box 423   Folder 10

Brandeis University, events and activities, 1969-1970

Box 423   Folder 11

Brandeis University, events and activities, 1971-1972

Box 424   Folder 1

Business Committee for the Arts, Inc., 1970-1971

Box 424   Folder 2

Business Committee for the Arts, Inc., 1972-1973

Box 424   Folder 3

Carleton College, general, 1958-1959

Box 424   Folder 4

Carleton College, general, 1960-1961

Box 424   Folder 5

Carleton College, Board of Trustees, 1958-1961

Box 424   Folder 6

Carleton College, contributions and fund raising, 1959-1961

Box 424   Folder 7

Carleton College, administration and policy, 1958-1960

Box 424   Folder 8

Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, general, 1959

Box 424   Folder 9

Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, general, 1960

Box 424   Folder 10

Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, general, 1961-1964

Box 424   Folder 11

Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, general, 1965-1967

Box 424   Folder 12

Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, The Center Club, 1965-1970

Box 424   Folder 13

Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, general, 1968-1971

Box 425   Folder 1

Cleveland Conference, 1958

Box 425   Folder 2

Cleveland Conference, 1959

Box 425   Folder 3

Cleveland Conference, 1960

Box 425   Folder 4

Cleveland Conference, 1961

Box 425   Folder 5

Cleveland Conference, 1962-1964

Box 425   Folder 6

Cleveland Conference, 1965-1966

Box 425   Folder 7

Cleveland Conference, 1967-1970

Box 425   Folder 8

Cleveland Conference, 1971-1973

Box 426   Folder 1

Commission on the Frame of Government, 1968

Box 426   Folder 2

Commission on the Frame of Government, 1969

Box 426   Folder 3

Commission on the Frame of Government, 1969, Zwick memorandum

Box 426   Folder 4

Commission on the Press, general, 1957-1959

Box 426   Folder 5

Commission on the Press, Gould, Bruce and Luce, Harry, 1960-1961

Box 426   Folder 6

Commission on the Press, Markel, Lester and Shep Stone, 1959-1961

Box 426   Folder 7

Commission on the Press, affiliate institutions, 1960-1961

Box 426   Folder 8

Commission on the Press, affiliate institutions, 1962

Box 426   Folder 9

Commission on the Press, affiliate institutions, 1963

Box 426   Folder 10

Commission on the Press, affiliate institutions, 1964-1968

Box 426   Folder 11

Commission on the Press, finance, 1959-1965

Box 426   Folder 12

Commission on the Press, progress reports, 1961-1963

Box 427   Folder 1

Committee for a National Trade Policy, 1961-1962

Box 427   Folder 2

Committee for a National Trade Policy, 1963

Box 427   Folder 3

Committee for a National Trade Policy, 1964-1966

Box 427   Folder 4

Committee for a National Trade Policy, 1967-1968

Box 427   Folder 5

Committee for a National Trade Policy, 1969

Box 427   Folder 6

Committee for a National Trade Policy, 1971-1972

Box 428   Folder 1

Committee for the Preservation of the White House, 1964

Box 428   Folder 2

Committee for the Preservation of the White House, 1965

Box 428   Folder 3

Committee for the Preservation of the White House, 1965, Webster portrait acquisition

Box 428   Folder 4

Committee for the Preservation of the White House, 1966

Box 428   Folder 5

Committee for the Preservation of the White House, 1967

Box 428   Folder 6

Committee for the Preservation of the White House, 1968-1969

Box 428   Folder 7

Congressional Awards, 1958-1960

Box 428   Folder 8

Congressional Awards, 1961-1963

Box 428   Folder 9

Congressional Awards, 1964-1967

Box 428   Folder 10

Congressional Awards, 1968-1972

Box 429   Folder 1

Democratic Advisory Council, 1958

Box 429   Folder 2

Democratic Advisory Council, 1959

Box 429   Folder 3

Democratic Advisory Council, 1960-1961

Box 429   Folder 4

Fair Campaign Practices Committee, Inc., 1958-1965

Box 429   Folder 5

Fair Campaign Practices Committee, Inc., 1966-1970

Box 429   Folder 6

Fair Campaign Practices Committee, Inc., 1971-1973

Box 429   Folder 7

Foreign Relations Committee Testimony, planning and development, 1958

Box 429   Folder 8

Foreign Relations Committee Testimony, planning and development, post-project data, 1958

Box 430   Folder 1

Hampton Institute, general, 1958

Box 430   Folder 2

Hampton Institute, general, 1959-1961

Box 430   Folder 3

Hampton Institute, general, 1962-1967

Box 430   Folder 4

Hampton Institute, general, 1968

Box 430   Folder 5

Hampton Institute, general, 1969-1972

Box 430   Folder 6

Hampton Institute, Board of Trustees, 1958-1961

Box 430   Folder 7

Hampton Institute, Board of Trustees, 1962-1965

Box 430   Folder 8

Hampton Institute, contributions and fund raising, 1960-1964

Box 431   Folder 1

Institute of International Education, general, 1962

Box 431   Folder 2

Institute of International Education, general, 1963

Box 431   Folder 3

Institute of International Education, general, 1963-1966, Pandit lecture tour

Box 431   Folder 4

Institute of International Education, general, 1964

Box 431   Folder 5

Institute of International Education, general, 1965

Box 431   Folder 6

Institute of International Education, general, 1966

Box 431   Folder 7

Institute of International Education, general, 1967

Box 432   Folder 1

Institute of International Education, general, 1968

Box 432   Folder 2

Institute of International Education, general, 1969

Box 432   Folder 3

Institute of International Education, general, 1970

Box 432   Folder 4

Institute of International Education, general, 1971

Box 432   Folder 5

Institute of International Education, general, 1972-1973

Box 433   Folder 1

National Committee on Immigration and Citizenship, bank statements

Box 433   Folder 2

National Committee on Immigration and Citizenship, charter and by-laws

Box 433   Folder 3

National Committee on Immigration and Citizenship, contributions

Box 433   Folder 4

National Committee on Immigration and Citizenship, finance

Box 433   Folder 5

National Committee on Immigration and Citizenship, finance committee

Box 433   Folder 6

National Committee on Immigration and Citizenship, general, 1954

Box 433   Folder 7

National Committee on Immigration and Citizenship, general, 1956, #1

Box 433   Folder 8

National Committee on Immigration and Citizenship, general, 1956, #2

Box 434   Folder 1

National Committee on Immigration and Citizenship, general, 1957-1959

Box 434   Folder 2

National Committee on Immigration and Citizenship, invoices

Box 434   Folder 3

National Committee on Immigration and Citizenship, miscellaneous, 1955-1963

Box 434   Folder 4

National Committee on Immigration and Citizenship, tax reports

Box 434   Folder 5

National Committee on Immigration and Citizenship, vouchers

Box 434   Folder 6

Olynyk, Stephen, 1960

Box 434   Folder 7

Reading Reform Foundation, 1962

Box 434   Folder 8

Eleanor Roosevelt Foundation, general, 1963-1969

Box 434   Folder 9

Eleanor Roosevelt Foundation, 1970-1972

Box 434   Folder 10

Eleanor Roosevelt Foundation, Board of Trustees meetings, 1963-1966

Box 435   Folder 1

Adlai Stevenson Memorial, general, 1965-1967

Box 435   Folder 2

Adlai Stevenson Memorial, general, 1968-1973

Box 435   Folder 3

Adlai Stevenson Memorial, biography

Box 435   Folder 4

Adlai Stevenson Memorial, collected papers

Box 435   Folder 5

Adlai Stevenson Memorial, Institute of International Affairs

Box 435   Folder 6

Adlai Stevenson Memorial, Institute of International Affairs, contributions and fund raising

Box 436   Folder 1

United Nations, United States public and the U. N., 1956-1957

Box 436   Folder 2

United Nations, United States public and the U. N., 1958

Box 436   Folder 3

United Nations, report on a survey of U. N. motion pictures, television and filmstrip programs, 1956

Box 436   Folder 4

U. S. and U. N. study, general

Box 436   Folder 5

U. S. and U. N. study, AIPO, Boise studies

Box 436   Folder 6

U. S. and U. N. study, DPI, Detroit studies

Box 436   Folder 7

U. S. and U. N. study, miscellaneous studies

Box 436   Folder 8

U. S. and U. N. study, Muncie study

Box 436   Folder 9

U. S. and U. N. study, NGO, Raleigh study

Box 436   Folder 10

U. S. Committee for the Atlantic Congress, general

Box 436   Folder 11

U. S. Committee for the Atlantic Congress, London conference, 1959

Box 436   Folder 12

U. S. Committee for the Atlantic Congress, meetings, 1958-1959

Box 436   Folder 13

U. S. Committee for the Atlantic Congress, releases and reports

Box 436   Folder 14

U. S. Committee for the Atlantic Congress, lists of delegates

Box 437   Folder 1

University of Bridgeport, general, 1958

Box 437   Folder 2

University of Bridgeport, general, 1959-1960

Box 437   Folder 3

University of Bridgeport, general, 1961

Box 437   Folder 4

University of Bridgeport, general, 1962-1964

Box 437   Folder 5

University of Bridgeport, general, 1965

Box 437   Folder 6

University of Bridgeport, general, 1966

Box 437   Folder 7

University of Bridgeport, general, 1967

Box 437   Folder 8

University of Bridgeport, general, 1968

Box 437   Folder 9

University of Bridgeport, general, 1969-1970

Box 438   Folder 1

University of Bridgeport, general, 1971-1972

Box 438   Folder 2

University of Bridgeport, Board of Trustees, 1959-1961

Box 438   Folder 3

University of Bridgeport, Board of Trustees, 1962

Box 438   Folder 4

University of Bridgeport, Board of Trustees, 1963

Box 438   Folder 5

University of Bridgeport, Board of Trustees, 1963, policy on outside speakers

Box 438   Folder 6

University of Bridgeport, Board of Trustees, 1964

Box 438   Folder 7

University of Bridgeport, Board of Trustees, 1965

Box 438   Folder 8

University of Bridgeport, Board of Trustees, 1966

Box 438   Folder 9

University of Bridgeport, Board of Trustees, 1967

Box 438   Folder 10

University of Bridgeport, Board of Trustees, 1968

Box 439   Folder 1

University of Bridgeport, Board of Trustees, 1969

Box 439   Folder 2

University of Bridgeport, Board of Trustees, 1970

Box 439   Folder 3

University of Bridgeport, Board of Trustees, 1970, presidential search committee

Box 439   Folder 4

University of Bridgeport, Board of Trustees, 1971

Box 439   Folder 5

University of Bridgeport, Board of Trustees, 1972

Box 439   Folder 6

University of Bridgeport, Board of Trustees, 1973

Box 439   Folder 7

University of Bridgeport, contributions and fund raising, 1958-1960

Box 439   Folder 8

University of Bridgeport, contributions and fund raising, 1961-1962

Box 439   Folder 9

University of Bridgeport, contributions and fund raising, 1963-1966

Box 439   Folder 10

University of Bridgeport, contributions and fund raising, 1967-1968

Box 440   Folder 1

University of Bridgeport, contributions and fund raising, 1969-1972

Box 440   Folder 2

University of Bridgeport, events and activities, 1963-1965

Box 440   Folder 3

University of Bridgeport, events and activities, 1966

Box 440   Folder 4

University of Bridgeport, events and activities, 1967-1968

Box 440   Folder 5

University of Bridgeport, events and activities, 1969

Box 440   Folder 6

University of Bridgeport, events and activities, 1970-1971

Box 440   Folder 7

University of Bridgeport, events and activities, 1972

Box 441   Folder 1

University of Chicago, Nef, John, 1958-1960

Box 441   Folder 2

University of Chicago, Nef, 1961

Box 441   Folder 3

University of Chicago, Nef, 1962

Box 441   Folder 4

University of Chicago, Nef, 1963-1968

Box 441   Folder 5

University of Chicago, contributions and fund raising, 1960-1961

Box 441   Folder 6

University of Chicago, contributions and fund raising, 1962-1964

Box 441   Folder 7

University of Chicago, events and activities, 1958-1960

Box 441   Folder 8

University of Chicago, events and activities, 1961-1963

Box 442   Folder 1

University of Chicago, events and activities, 1964-1965

Box 442   Folder 2

University of Chicago, events and activities, 1966-1967

Box 442   Folder 3

University of Chicago, events and activities, 1968-1970

Box 442   Folder 4

University of Chicago, events and activities, 1971-1972

Box 442   Folder 5

University of Chicago, events and activities, 1972, Hoffman dinner-Benton award

Box 442   Folder 6

University of Chicago, events and activities, publications, 1963-1964

Box 442   Folder 7

University of Chicago, events and activities, publications, 1966-1967

Box 442   Folder 8

University of Chicago, events and activities, citizens board, 1958-1961

Box 442   Folder 9

University of Chicago, events and activities, School of Business, 1958-1963

Box 442   Folder 10

University of Chicago, events and activities, Law School, 1958-1961

Box 443   Folder 1

University of Connecticut, general, 1958

Box 443   Folder 2

University of Connecticut, general, 1959

Box 443   Folder 3

University of Connecticut, general, 1960

Box 443   Folder 4

University of Connecticut, general, 1961-1962

Box 443   Folder 5

University of Connecticut, general, 1963

Box 443   Folder 6

University of Connecticut, general, 1964

Box 443   Folder 7

University of Connecticut, general, 1965

Box 443   Folder 8

University of Connecticut, general, 1966

Box 444   Folder 1

University of Connecticut, general, 1967

Box 444   Folder 2

University of Connecticut, general, 1968-1969

Box 444   Folder 3

University of Connecticut, general, 1970

Box 444   Folder 4

University of Connecticut, general, 1971

Box 444   Folder 5

University of Connecticut, general, 1972-1973

Box 444   Folder 6

University of Connecticut, Board of Trustees, 1958

Box 444   Folder 7

University of Connecticut, Board of Trustees, 1959

Box 444   Folder 8

University of Connecticut, Board of Trustees, 1960

Box 445   Folder 1

University of Connecticut, Board of Trustees, 1961

Box 445   Folder 2

University of Connecticut, Board of Trustees, 1961-1962, president's replacement

Box 445   Folder 3

University of Connecticut, Board of Trustees, 1962

Box 445   Folder 4

University of Connecticut, Board of Trustees, 1963

Box 445   Folder 5

University of Connecticut, Board of Trustees, 1964

Box 445   Folder 6

University of Connecticut, Board of Trustees, 1965

Box 445   Folder 7

University of Connecticut, Board of Trustees, 1966

Box 445   Folder 8

University of Connecticut, Board of Trustees, 1967

Box 445   Folder 9

University of Connecticut, Board of Trustees, 1968

Box 446   Folder 1

University of Connecticut, Board of Trustees, 1969

Box 446   Folder 2

University of Connecticut, Board of Trustees, minutes

Box 446   Folder 3

University of Connecticut, Board of Trustees, 1970

Box 446   Folder 4

University of Connecticut, Board of Trustees, minutes, Jan.-May 1970

Box 446   Folder 5

University of Connecticut, Board of Trustees, minutes, June-Dec. 1970

Box 446   Folder 6

University of Connecticut, Board of Trustees, 1971

Box 446   Folder 7

University of Connecticut, Board of Trustees, minutes

Box 447   Folder 1

University of Connecticut, Board of Trustees, 1971-1972, presidential search committee

Box 447   Folder 2

University of Connecticut, Board of Trustees, 1972

Box 447   Folder 3

University of Connecticut, Board of Trustees, minutes, Jan.-Feb. 1972

Box 447   Folder 4

University of Connecticut, Board of Trustees, minutes, Mar.-June 1972

Box 447   Folder 5

University of Connecticut, contributions and fund raising, 1966-1972

Box 447   Folder 6

University of Connecticut, events and activities, 1967-1972

Box 448   Folder 1

Woodrow Wilson School, 1958-1959

Box 448   Folder 2

Yale Conference, 1958, administration

Box 448   Folder 3

Yale Conference, invitations

Box 448   Folder 4

Yale Conference, planning and development

Box 448   Folder 5

Yale Conference, post-project development

Box 448   Folder 6

Yale Conference, thank-you letters

Series IIA: Speech Files, Index

The following is an alphabetical index to materials in the file of Benton's public statements. Each file has been assigned a number. This index should be used in conjunction with the inventory for boxes 449-583.

INDEX

Abel, Elie, Our Troubled Press, 1971; #2281

Acheson, Dean, "A Career in Government," New York Times, 2/2/58; #139

Acheson, Present at the Creation, 1969; #2242

Acheson, Benton letter, Information Program and budget needs, 5/16/46; #690A

Acheson, Benton letter, revising Voice of America, 1/31/51; #536

Acheson, Benton speech, "Defense of Secretary of State Dean Acheson," 9/13/51; #448A

Acheson, Benton speech, "A Tribute to Dean Acheson," 9/14/51; #475

Acheson, testimony, "Marshall Plan of Ideas," 7/5/50; #882

Adiseshiah, Malcolm, tribute to the National Academy of Sciences Centennial; #1347

Adler, Mortimer, "Education; An Appraisal," Chicago Sunday Times, 1/19/58; #224

Adler, Great Ideas from Great Books, 1961, #1759

Adler, photo, Great Books of the Western World Presentation Dinner, 4/52, #1438

Advertising, article, Benton, "Madison Avenue Takes Undeserved Credit for Electing Politicians," Advertising Age, 8/19/57; #5

Advertising, article, Benton, "Why Admen Should Go into Politics," Printer's Ink, 9/22/55; #147

Advertising, article, "Dairymen's League Cooperative Association," ibid., 5/15/24; #2236

Advertising, article, Arthur Brashears, "Sequel to Success," digest from This Week Magazine, 10/15/39; #479

Advertising, article, Carl Spielvogel, "Advertising; Hard Sell No News to Benton," New York Times, 5/25/58; #975

Advertising, book, Vance Packard, The Hidden Persuaders, 1957; #1941

Advertising, book about Albert Lasker, John Gunther, Taken at the Flood, 1960; #1770

Advertising, certificate of tribute, Advertising Club of Washington; #1469

Advertising, editorial, "Goodby Benton-Bowles," 4/24/61; #1805

Advertising, Benton letter to editor, advertising and elections, Herald Tribune, 11/12/58; #1033

Advertising, photo, Industrial Advertisers' Convention, 5/43; #855B

Advertising, photo, Advertising and Sales Executive Club, 4/56; #1482

Advertising, presentation, American Tobacco Company; #894

Advertising, presentation, correspondence, 1925; #2316

Advertising, presentation, biscuit industry, undated; #991

Advertising, presentation, Certo (General Foods Corporation), 12/13/29; #669

Advertising, presentation, grocery business, 1931; #1225

Advertising, presentation, Lorillard Tobacco Company, 7/18/24; #756

Advertising, presentation, Maxwell House Coffee, 9/16/32; #1226

Advertising, report, radio broadcasting, 1931; #1857

Advertising, speech, "Ideas in World Politics," Advertising Federation, 6/15/48; #271

Advertising, speech, "How to Build a Radio Program," Association of National Advertisers, 5/7/35; #192

Advertising, speech, Benton & Bowles 35th anniversary dinner, 7/15/64; #1985

Advertising, speech, Benton & Bowles 40th anniversary dinner, 7/31/69; #2234

Advertising, speech, "Growing Interest in Advertising Displays," Window Display Convention; #1069

Advertising, speech, "Politics Versus Advertising Careers," 4/9/56; #74

Allen, Stan, appointment as Benton's administrative assistant, 7/23/51; #624

Allen, book review, New Republic, 7/62; #1767-#1767B

Allen, deposition, McCarthy lawsuit, 9/3/52; #1845

Allen, radio, 9/19/51; #1126

Allen, television, "Richard Nixon's Academy Award Performance," 10/13/52; #434

America First Committee, book, Wayne S. Cole, America First; The Battle Against Intervention, 1940-1941, 1953; #2003

America First Committee, Benton interview, 10/72; #2296

American Assembly, Benton elected trustee, 12/8/57; #30

American Assembly, photo, 10/58; #1110

American Committee for Liberation, photo, 4/28/56; #1460

American Committee for Liberation, radio, "190th Anniversary of the Encyclopaedia Britannica," 6/6/58; #1104

American Committee for Liberation, radio, "Aims of Education," number 2, 3/20/59; #1269

American Committee for Liberation, radio, "Free Parliaments in Free Societies," 4/56; #1100

American Forum of the Air, photo, "Do We Need a New Foreign Policy?," 7/8/50; #1578

American Forum of the Air, photo, "Our Foreign Policy," 3/8/47; #1527

American Forum of the Air, photo, "Our Foreign Policy; Benton-Taft Debate"; #1525

American Forum of the Air, photo, "What Have the MacArthur Hearings Proved?," 7/8/51; #1526

American Forum of the Air, photo, 10/26/52; #1542

American Forum of the Air, radio, "Do We Need a New Foreign Policy?," 7/8/50; #1064

American Forum of the Air, radio, "Do We Need Tighter Price-Wage Controls?," 3/9/52; #1781

American Forum of the Air, radio, "Foreign Policy; What's the Answer?," 1/21/57; #537

American Forum of the Air, radio, "Should West Point Be Abolished?," 8/26/51; #439

American Forum of the Air, radio, "What Have the MacArthur Hearings Proved?," 7/8/51; #1058

American Forum of the Air, radio, "What Should Our Tax Program Be After the War?," 11/14/44; #737

American Forum of the Air, television, "Which Party Has the Greatest Appeal to the Grass Roots?," 10/26/52; #416

American Political Science Association. See Congressional Distinguished Service Awards.

American Shakespeare Festival Theater, photo, 7/58; #1583

Anderson, Clinton, Outsider in the Senate, 1970; #2270

Anderson, Chicago speech, 5/13/50; #1910

Anderson, Eugenie, Benton tribute, Connecticut Federation of Democratic Women's Clubs, 10/52; #1393

Anderson, Jack, McCarthy; The Man, The Senator, The Ism, 1952; #1747

Anderson, USA; Second Class Power?, 1958; #1933

Arden, Dawne, "Modelling; Guide to Beginners," Ladies Home Journal, 8/29/55; #1280

Art. See also Reginald Marsh, Russian trips.

Art. See also Reginald Marsh, announcement, Encyclopaedia Britannica, gift of Contemporary Collection of American Paintings to American schools, 4/16/50; #893

Art. See also Reginald Marsh, announcement, purchase of Contemporary Collection of American Paintings, 4/7/48; #844

Art. See also Reginald Marsh, announcement, gift of books about Collection to U. S. missions abroad, 6/1/58; #476

Art. See also Reginald Marsh, announcement, University of Connecticut art museum named for Benton, 4/72; #2285

Art. See also Reginald Marsh, announcement, Metropolitan Museum of Art Fellow for Life, 11/10/59; #1363

Art. See also Reginald Marsh, article, Katherine Kuh, "The Fine Arts; In the American Grain," Saturday Review, 10/30/65; #2073

Art. See also Reginald Marsh, article, Elmo Roper, "A Non-Poll by a Famous Publisher," Art in America, 3/68; #2164A

Art. See also Reginald Marsh, catalog, William Benton's America, Osaka Art Fair Exhibit, 1970; #2245

Art. See also Reginald Marsh, editorial, "Ballet Oops," Theatre Arts, 3/56; #87A

Art. See also Reginald Marsh, Marsh, Reginald. See Reginald Marsh.

Art. See also Reginald Marsh, photo, New York Art Show Exhibit of Refugee Artists; #1439

Art. See also Reginald Marsh, questionnaire, Art in America; #2164

Askwith, Herbert, Pitt letter to editor endorsing Benton for Senator, 5/12/58; #492

Askwith, Atlantic Digest, "Enemies of European Recovery," 1/52; #457A

Askwith, Atomic Energy Act, "Exchange of Scientific Information with NATO and the Inaccuracy of Washington News Releases," 10/28/57; #46

Awards, Connecticut high school students, 1950-1952; #685

Awards, Connecticut high school students, photo, 5/21/50; #685A

Awards, Connecticut high school students, "Television; A Prescription," Syracuse University School of Journalism Award, 4/10/60; #1384

Bailey, John, Benton letter, Benton's ability to get votes, 4/20/61; #1814

Bailey, John, series of question-and-answer programs for Connecticut Senatorial candidates, 4/3/58; #302

Bailey, John, series of question-and-answer programs for Connecticut Senatorial candidates, 5/17/58; #395

Bailey, Connor resolution to pay tribute to Benton Foundation for contribution to scientific advancement, Yale Conference, 2/4/58; #152Q

Bailey, Benton statement, London trip, 7/25/56; #20

Battle, Lucius, "Profile of a Donor," Foreign Service Journal, 10/1964; #2033

Bean, Louis H. See Politics.

Benton, Charles, William Benton speech at Deerfield Academy commencement exercises, 6/49; #733

Benton, Elma Hixson, photo, late in life; #1415

Benton, Elma Hixson, 1906; #1402

Benton, Elma Hixson, 1934; #1507

Benton, Helen H., article, "Children Teach Parents to Never Stop Growing Up"; #1187

Benton, Helen H., "On Collecting by Three Discerning Alumnae," Connecticut College Alumnae News, Spring 1971; #2310

Benton, photo, 1958; #1420

Benton, photo, passport, 1960; #1674

Benton, photo, ca. 1952; #1324

Benton, photo, Russian trip, 12/55; #1523

Benton, photo, Russian trip, 12/55; #1510

Benton, photo, Italian trip, 1950; #1514

Benton, John, article, "Pope Gives Audience to Senator Benton and Son," Bridgeport Sunday Herald, 9/18/60; #1777

Benton, John, "John Benton's Travelogue; Audience with Pope John," ibid., 10/7/60; #1777

Benton, "Mediterranean Sail; A Wondrous Journey," ibid., 8/30/59; #1253A

Benton, photo, audience with Pope John XXIII; #1584

Benton, Mary, Alice Sanderson article, "Torch Carrier Who Cannot See," Pilgrim Home, 1948; #514

Benton, William, article, "Too Busy to Think," American Library Association Journal, 3/20/58; #281

Benton, William, "Pace of Change," Atomic Scientist Bulletin, 2/3-4/58; #152S

Benton, William, "Our National Purpose," Bridgeport Sunday Herald, 6/26/60; #1614A

Benton, William, "The FCC Comment," Columbia Journalism Review, Fall 1965; #2106

Benton, William, "Socialist Realism-Artists and Agitprop," Commonweal, 11/23/56; #36

Benton, William, "Freedom's Newest Weapon," Connecticut State CIO Yearbook, 1952; #1151

Benton, William, "What I See for 1948," ibid., 1/48; #712

Benton, William, "Giving a Name to a Memorable Dinner," Courier, 6/39; #866

Benton, William, "Secrecy and Security," Editor and Publisher Magazine, 9/26-10/3/53; #204

Benton, William, "Dare to Be Different," Family Weekly Magazine, 10/2/55; #141

Benton, William, "Protects the Rights of Individual Beliefs," Hartford Courant, 6/25/57; #22

Benton, William, "Why Hoover's Proposals Have Rough Sledding in Congress," ibid., 6/11/57; #158

Benton, William, "Time to Speak Up," Instructor, 6/57; #35

Benton, William, "Think Alone and Like It," ibid., 3/39; #846

Benton, William, "We Are Slowing Up-Declining Population," ibid., 8/38; #842

Benton, William, "Business in Britain," Life Magazine, 10/25/43; #213

Benton, William, "Middletown, Connecticut," Middletown Bulletin, 1958; #305

Benton, William, "Minnesota's Next Century," Minneapolis Tribune, 1954-1958; #270

Benton, William, "Are We to Live or Merely Survive?" Moderator, 1962; #1863

Benton, William, "Candor Seen as Basis for Better United Kingdom-United States Relations," ibid., 4/19/59; #1249

Benton, William, "Party Line from A to Z," ibid., 1/22/56; #26

Benton, William, "Be Glad You Were Fired; A Day I'll Never Forget," Printer's Ink, 9/20/57; #1

Benton, William, "Sale I Never Forgot," ibid., 3/3/50; #137

Benton, William, "Failure of Our Business Courses," Reader's Digest, 5/61; #1765B

Benton, William, "To Speed Up Your Reading," ibid., 9/38; #663A

Benton, William, "Young Man Be Your Own Boss," ibid., 9/44; #172

Benton, William, "Should We Buy More British Goods?," ibid., 8/1/49; #1356

Benton, William, "Failure of the Business Schools," Saturday Evening Post, 2/18/61; #1765

Benton, William, "How Shall We Trade with Britain?," ibid., 6/10/44; #637

Benton, William, unpublished, Saturday Review, 1956; #301

Benton, William, "Television with a Conscience," ibid., 8/25/51; #608

Benton, William, "Twelve Axioms with Which No One Will Agree," ibid., 1969; #2256

Benton, William, "Election of United Nations Delegates as Opposed to Appointive Procedures," unpublished, Scholastic Magazine, 4/58; #389

Benton, William, "To Speed Up Your Reading," Scientific Monthly, 1938; #663

Benton, William, "The Times in Review," New York Times, 1973; #2301

Benton, William, "Eyes of the Future," ibid., 8/20/38; #668

Benton, William, "Off to Opportunity," ibid., 9/3/38; #670

Benton, William, "They Had Their Worries Too," ibid., 6/11/38; #845

Benton, William, "You Can Learn How to Sleep," ibid., 1/14/39; #248

Benton, William, "Mutual Goal for the Americas," Wholesale Grocer News, 8/44; #769

Benton, William, "Back Court Doubles; Tennis," World Tennis Magazine, 11/55; #173

Benton, William, pending, Middletown Bulletin, 1958; #305

Benton, article about Benton, "Richest of the American Rich," Fortune, 1/68; #2186

Benton, article about Benton, Carl Bodoni, "Shoot the Works; Want to Make a Million Dollars? Take Bill Benton's Advice," Mark Trail Magazine, Winter 1951; #1086

Benton, award, Distinguished Public Service Award, Connecticut Bar Association, 1971; #2272

Benton, award, Kajima Peace Award, 10/24/69; #2247

Benton, biographical materials, 1949-1961; #142

Benton, biographical materials for Latin America, Ray Josephs, 1960; #142A

Benton, book about Benton, Max Gunther, The Very, Very Rich and How They Got That Way, 1972; #2294

Benton, book about Benton, Charles Sopwith, Successful Businessmen, 1963; #1335

Benton, Benton book review, Robert Townsend, "Up the Organization," Saturday Review, 4/70; #2250

Benton, chapter about Benton, Marie Beynon Ray, How Never To Be Tired, 1961; #1821

Benton, editorial, "Man Without a Country," Ladies Home Journal, 7/38; #641

Benton, editorial, "New Continents Ahead," 10/38; #634

Benton, interview, Columbia University Oral History, 1970; #2263

Benton, interview, News Front, 2/61; #1798

Benton, interview, Edward Rosenheim, "Opportunities in Broadcasting," 3/3/72; #2279

Benton, interview, Studs Terkel, Great Depression in America, 1969; #2232

Benton, interview, "Voice of America; History," Voice of America, 1/28/60; #1606

Benton, letter, to Ray Josephs, friendship, 3/27/58; #1068

Benton, letter, to Paul V. Kesten, rule of exclusiveness in networks, 12/6/45; #436

Benton, letter, John Taber to Benton, Hedgerow Community Theater operated by Jasper Deeter, 9/30/47; #369

Benton, letter, to editor, "Recoined Phrase; Treadmill to Oblivion," Hartford Courant, 12/30/71; #2315

Benton, letter, to editor, New England steel mill, New Haven Register, 9/7/51; #762

Benton, letter, to editor, action of Board of Education in deleting Huckleberry Finn from the approved list, New York Times and Bridgeport Sunday Herald, 9/18/57; #150

Benton, letter, to editor, better television, 6/23/63; #1331

Benton, letter, to editor, public attitudes and television, 11/11/59; #1279

Benton, letter, to editor, U. S. Information Agency report, unpublished, 11/3/60; #1748

Benton, letter, to George Waldo, Benton biography, 12/3/49; #142

Benton, letter, to Charles Wilson, New England steel mill, 7/10/51; #493

Benton, membership, American Committee for a United Europe, Board of Trustees, 7/2/57; #21

Benton, membership, chairman of Connecticut National Library Week, 4/58; #281

Benton, membership, Committee for a United Europe, 7/3/53; #21

Benton, membership, University of Connecticut trustee, 7/1/57; #1465

Benton, membership, Democratic Advisory Council, Committee on Foreign Policy, 9/26/57; #56

Benton, membership, Democratic National Committee, Democratic Party Sustaining Committee; #223

Benton, membership, United Nations Conference on Freedom of Information, 4/5/48; #450

Benton, membership, lists; #800

Benton, memo, visit with Harold Wilson, 9/63; #1349

Benton, memo, Bergen Evans, "Editor's Choice; You Couldn't Do Woise," Associated Press Managing Editors Association, 1963; #2302

Benton, notes, Ray Josephs on Benton in communications; #1366

Benton, photo, autographs; #1597

Benton, photo, autographs; 9/64; #2013

Benton, photo, 10/58; #1110

Benton, photo, 1952; #1490

Benton, photo, 1952; #1506

Benton, photo, 1950; #1210

Benton, photo, 5/20/48; #1436

Benton, photo, 11/56; #1492

Benton, photo, 7/52; #1464

Benton, photo, miscellaneous, infancy through 1915; #1402C

Benton, photo, 6/60; #1753

Benton, photo, 4/52; #1447

Benton, photo, 5/43; #855B

Benton, photo, 4/28/56; #1460

Benton, photo, Karsh portraits, 4/59; #1754-1758

Benton, photo, 6/6/60; #1763

Benton, photo, Marsh portrait, 1948; #1535

Benton, photo, 10/26/58; #1142

Benton, photo, 4/25/57; #1473

Benton, photo, newspaper mats; #1209

Benton, photo, 1958; #1456

Benton, photo, 2/59; #1440

Benton, photo, 4/58; #1520

Benton, photo, 5/58; #1429

Benton, photo, for passport, 1960; #1673

Benton, photo, #1599

Benton, photo, 3/72; #2277

Benton, photo, 4/15/70; #2258

Benton, photo, 1/60; #1597-1599

Benton, photo, 1/60; #1609

Benton, photo, 8/52; #1441

Benton, photo, 8/51; #519A

Benton, photo, 9/43; #1402E

Benton, photo, ca. 1952; #1445

Benton, photo, 12/55; #1163

Benton, photo, 11/57; #742

Benton, photo, 1957; #1512

Benton, photo, 2/3/58; #1562

Benton, photo, "Meet the Press," 8/24/52; #1485

Benton, photo, USS Connecticut, 1950; #1477

Benton, photo, Dover, England, 8/43; #1519

Benton, photo, Italian trip, 1950; #1450

Benton, photo, Italian trip, 1951; #1592

Benton, photo, Italian trip, 1952; #1508

Benton, photo, Eleanor Roosevelt luncheon, 10/57; #1462

Benton, photo, Greek Islands trip, 1954; #1582

Benton, photo, England trip, 1969; #2257

Benton, photo, U. S. Coast Guard Academy, 5/3/57; #1575

Benton, photo, Frank Lloyd Wright's 90th birthday, 1957; #1586

Benton, photo cartoon, TV board meeting and Benton, 1951; #1585

Benton, radio, 2/10-11/64; #1939

Benton, radio, "United Nations Conference on Freedom of Information," 5/5/48; #528D

Benton, radio, no text, May or June 1955; #189

Benton, radio, no text, 9/55; #188

Benton, radio, no text, 12/57; #286

Benton, radio, no text, 9/17/54; #198

Benton, radio, no text, 2/19/57; #129

Benton, radio, cultural exchange, 7/47; #1107

Benton, radio, tribute to George Shuster, 6/16/59; #1248

Benton, radio, Institute of Graphic Arts, fifty books of the year, 4/5/49; #825

Benton, radio, Western Europe's economic growth, 8/7/57; #41

Benton, release, Ray Josephs, "Statesman for Education," 1959; #1289

Benton, speech, "Tribute to William Fitzgerald," William Fitzgerald Apprentice School, 6/30/51; #384

Benton, speech, "What Every Young Businessman Should Know," Newspaper Advertising Executives Association, 10/13/41; #1302

Benton, speech, "Public Relations; Science of Selling Ideas," Public Relations Society, 11/30/49; #1106

Benton, speech, "Tribute to Anna Rosenberg," Eleanor Roosevelt Foundation Dinner, 4/16/64; #1949

Benton, speech, Class of 1921 Reunion, Yale University, 6/46; #833

Benton, speech, Class of 1921 Reunion, Yale University, 6/26/71; #2266

Benton, background summary, Catholics; #322

Benton, background summary, civil rights; #309

Benton, background summary, Connecticut industry; #323

Benton, background summary, economics; #323

Benton, background summary, education; #325

Benton, background summary, farmers; #319

Benton, background summary, government reorganization; #314

Benton, background summary, Greek people; #315

Benton, background summary, Hungarian people; #310

Benton, background summary, immigration; #316

Benton, background summary, industry; #323

Benton, background summary, international relations; #320

Benton, background summary, Italian people; #313

Benton, background summary, Jewish people; #311

Benton, background summary, labor; #326

Benton, background summary, medical profession; #321

Benton, background summary, miscellaneous national groups; #324

Benton, background summary, Negro people; #309

Benton, background summary, Polish people; #312

Benton, background summary, postal workers; #308

Benton, background summary, small business; #323

Benton, background summary, veterans; #307

Benton, background summary, women; #317

Benton, background summary, youth; #318

Benton, television, no text, 10/63; #100

Benton, television, no text, 7/28/62; #1304

Benton, television, no text, 7/64; #2010

Benton, television, no text, 6/61; #1806

Benton, television, interview, 8/21/66; #2116B

Benton, television, interview, 2/20-21/57; #3

Benton, television, interview, no text, 12/12/57; #154

Benton, television, interview, 1/31/58; #175

Benton, television, interview, 2/13/57; #108

Benton, television, "Soviet-American Meeting at Dartmouth," 11/15/60; #1793

Benton, television, "Editorial Page Conference," 1/19/64; #1935

Benton, television, "Our National Purpose," 6/26/60; #1614

Benton, television, "Are We Giving Bright Students a Fair Chance?," 12/29/57; #29

Benton, television, "Educated Man," 8/30/59; #1273

Benton, television, profile, 2/64; #1948

Benton, television, no text, 11/22/54; #193

Benton, television, no text, 9/28/54; #197

Benton, Benton tribute, 1/29/51; #541

Benton & Bowles. See Advertising.

Benton family, photo, Charles William Benton, 1900; #1402A

Benton family, photo, Christmas, 1957; #1449

Benton family, photo, early family pictures; #1402D

Benton family, photo, 30th reunion of Yale Class of 1921, 6/51; #1539

Benton family, photo, 35th reunion of Yale Class of 1921, 6/56; #1449

Benton family, photo, Montana homestead, ca. 1914; #1500

Benton family, photo, Montana homestead, ca. 1915; #1421

Benton family, photo, paternal and maternal grandparents; #1402B

Benton family, photo, Southport home, ca. 1953; #1212

Benton family, photo, Syrian homestead, 1840; #1421A

Benton family, photo, Syrian homestead, 1840; #1588

Benton family, photo, Thanksgiving at the Bentons, 11/58; #1822

Benton Foundation. See also Congressional Distinguished Service Awards.

Benton Foundation. See also Congressional Distinguished Service Awards, Foreign Service Association Award, 1957-1958; #1090

Benton genealogy, History of Tolland, 8/3/1861; #992

Bowles, Chester, announcement of availability as Senatorial candidate and Benton's statement, 3/7/58; #209

Bowles, article, "An American in Asia," Commonweal, 4/24/53; #259B

Bowles, article, "A Fresh Look at Free Asia," Foreign Affairs, 10/54; #259B

Bowles, article, "Brown Man's Burden Analyzed," New York Times, 9/5/54; #259B

Bowles, article, "Call for a New Immigration Policy," Survey, 11/51; #259B

Bowles, article, "Chester Bowles on Appointment of Ambassadors," Washington Post, 12/72; #2318

Bowles, A. H. Olmstead, "Connecticut Yankee; Benton vs. Bowles," Bridgeport Telegram, 7/10/58; #837

Bowles, Promises to Keep, 1971; #2271

Bowles, drafts of speeches prepared for Adlai Stevenson in 1956 political campaign; #555

Bowles, Benton letter to Bowles and Tom Dodd, request for debates, 4/24/58; #236

Bowles, photo, autographed; #1408

Bowles, photo, autographed; #1802

Bowles, speech, question-and-answer period with Benton and Tom Dodd, Fairfield County Federation of Women's Clubs, no text, 5/20/58; #396

Bowles, speech, with Benton and Dodd, "Republican Curtailment of Urban Renewal Funds," Fairfield County Federation of Women's Clubs, 5/19/58; #396

Bowles, speech, "America's First Order of Business," B'nai B'rith, 1/8/58; #259A

Bowles, speech, "America's Urgent Need for a New Foreign Economic Policy," Convention of the Tea Association, 9/21/54; #259A

Bowles, speech, "Does Brien McMahon's Vision Point the Way to Peace?," Human Rights Day luncheon, 1/30/58; #259A

Bowles, speech, "Not Enough Trust in the American People," Naugatuck Young Democrats, 1/6/58; #259A

Bowles, speech, "Soviet Challenge," Oberlin College, 6/10/57; #259A

Bowles, speech, "What Are We Americans Afraid Of?," St. Mary's. 1/15/58; #259A

Bowles, speech, "Labor Unions," Testimonial Dinner for Walter Reuther, 12/16/49; #259A

Bowles, speech, election victory, 11/50; #1867

Bowles, testimony, "Rent Control," Senate Banking and Currency Committee, 4/24/49; #259C

Brownlee, Jim, photo, autographed; #1407

Byrnes, James. See State Department.

Campaign 1950, appointment, Robert F. Claffey as Benton's Connecticut field representative, 2/10/50; #625

Campaign 1950, appointment, John J. Fitzpatrick as Benton's personal campaign advisor, 10/20/52; #594

Campaign 1950, Benton article, "Desegregation in Connecticut Armed Forces," New Haven Register, 1950; #891

Campaign 1950, campaign contribution from University of Chicago faculty and letters of support, 11/3/50; #1012

Campaign 1950, endorsements, miscellaneous; #480

Campaign 1950, letter, Benton to Walter George, state need for tax reduction, 6/13/50; #839

Campaign 1950, photos, 6/50; #1504

Campaign 1950, photos, 6/50; #1506

Campaign 1950, political release collection; #1011

Campaign 1950, promotional release, Gallup poll, 4/28/50; #1122

Campaign 1950, radio, 10/10/50; #953

Campaign 1950, radio, John McCormack supports Benton; #943

Campaign 1950, speech, "Introduction of Senator Benton to Democratic Party in Connecticut," Democratic State Central Committee, 10/30/49; #776

Campaign 1950, speech, "Politics," League of Women Voters, 10/23/50; #455

Campaign 1950, speech, election victory, 11/50; #1867

Campaign 1950, speech, "Progress Under the Democratic Party," Teamster's Union, 8/11/50; #1239

Campaign 1950, speech, Young Democrats State Convention, 5/27/50; #1087

Campaign 1950, speech, Abe Ribicoff, nomination of Benton for Senate, Democratic State Convention, 7/26/50; #441

Campaign 1950, speech, nomination acceptance, 7/29/50; #1987

Campaign 1950, statement, "Gift of Nichols Painting as Campaign Contribution," 11/4/50; #1238

Campaign 1950, statement, "Portable Movies as a Campaign Weapon," 10/16/50; #1189

Campaign 1950, statement, "Congratulations to the Convention", American Hungarian Federation Conference, 10/7/50; #1147

Campaign 1950, statement, "Czechoslovakia's Independence Day," Czechoslovakian people, 10/28/50; #462

Campaign 1950, summary, recount activities; #1232

Campaign 1950, television, Helen Benton, "Scrapbook of Senator Benton's Activities," 9/12/50; #182

Campaign 1950, Benton television, "Campaign 1950; Senator Benton, the Candidate," 10/50; #101

Campaign 1950, Benton television, 10/16/50; #911

Campaign 1950, Benton television, 10/23/50; #910

Campaign 1950, Benton television, 10/24/50; #973

Campaign 1950, testimonial, "Bill Benton Blitz," Newsweek, 6/5/50; #659

Campaign 1950, testimonial, "Buzz-Saw Bill Benton; Idea Man," Waterbury Republican, 6/25/50; #430

Campaign 1952, advertisement, Independent Committee versus Communism in Government, 11/2/52; #559

Campaign 1952, appointment, Anthony Bianca, State Coordinator for Ethnic Groups in Connecticut, 10/2/52; #597

Campaign 1952, appointment, Francis and Nance Brant as co-chairmen, 9/27/52; #827

Campaign 1952, appointment, Henry J. Gwiazda as state chairman of Polish-American Committee for the Re-Election of Benton, 10/4/52; #598

Campaign 1952, article, Edward B. Lockett, "What Makes a Good Senator," Coronet, 10/52; #212

Campaign 1952, endorsements; #480

Campaign 1952, letter, Alfred McCormack to Connecticut lawyers, 10/20/52; #1040

Campaign 1952, letter, Walter E. Cosgriff, government reorganization and campaign support, 7/3/52; #1034

Campaign 1952, letter, Fred Gutmann, Connecticut mine, mill, and smelter workers and Communist influences, 4/25/52; #1037

Campaign 1952, literature; #827A

Campaign 1952, photos; #1490

Campaign 1952, photos; #1533

Campaign 1952, photos; Benton addressing Connecticut delegation, 7/52; #1464

Campaign 1952, photos; #1423

Campaign 1952, photos; presidential campaign; #1499

Campaign 1952, plank, Democratic National Convention, American foreign policy, 7/19/52; #472

Campaign 1952, plank, Democratic National Convention, civil rights and anti-filibuster, 7/19/52; #795

Campaign 1952, plank, Democratic National Convention, second "Hoover Commission" on government reorganization, 7/19/52; #664

Campaign 1952, plank, Democratic National Convention, morality and politics, 7/19/52; #42C

Campaign 1952, plank, Democratic National Convention, small business, 7/19/52; #697

Campaign 1952, political release collection; #827

Campaign 1952, radio, Helen Benton, 10/31/52; #746

Campaign 1952, Benton radio, "Atomic Weapons No Substitute for Moral Power," 10/21/52; #1180

Campaign 1952, Benton radio, "Why I am a Democrat," 10/25/52; #415

Campaign 1952, Benton radio, "Social Security Program Threatened by Republican Policy," 10/29/52; #969

Campaign 1952, Benton radio, John McCormack in support of Benton, 10/31/52; #943

Campaign 1952, script, "Bill Benton; Fighting Senator," Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, 7/21/52; #1236

Campaign 1952, speech, Helen Benton, Salisbury; #1186

Campaign 1952, Benton speech, "Challenges in the Coming Elections," Amalgamated Clothing Workers, 5/2/52; #1231

Campaign 1952, Benton speech, "Communist Threat," Baltic people, 6/15/52; #219

Campaign 1952, Benton speech, "Domestic Economy," Cathedral Holy Name Society, 10/14/52; #242

Campaign 1952, Benton speech, "Taft-Hartley Act; A Critique," CIO banquet, 10/9/52; #1188

Campaign 1952, Benton speech, "Senator Benton's Record in the Senate," CIO Convention, 1/13/52; #687

Campaign 1952, Benton speech, Connecticut Federation of Labor, 9/4/52; #1183

Campaign 1952, Benton speech, Democratic National Convention, "Anti-Filibuster (Cloture) Plank before the Democratic National Convention Committee," 7/19/52; #580

Campaign 1952, Benton speech, Democratic National Convention, "Tribute to Brien McMahon," 7/25/52; #707

Campaign 1952, Benton speech, Democratic National Convention, "Tribute to Paul Dever," 7/22/52; #419

Campaign 1952, Benton speech, Democratic State Convention, acceptance of the Senatorial nomination, 6/14/52; #429

Campaign 1952, Benton speech, Democratic State Convention, Hubert Humphrey keynote, 6/13/52; #442

Campaign 1952, Benton speech, Democratic State Convention, Abe Ribicoff nomination of Benton for Senator, 6/13/52; #564

Campaign 1952, Benton speech, Democratic State Convention, "Connecticut Democratic Candidates of 1952 Campaign," 9/6/52; #418

Campaign 1952, Benton speech, "Women Possess the Balance of Power," Democratic Women's Clubs of Connecticut, 5/13/52; #1144

Campaign 1952, Benton speech, "Communistic Influences in Connecticut Labor Unions," 17th Senatorial District, 5/32/52; #422

Campaign 1952, Benton speech, Fairfield County Young Democrats, 5/27/52; #424

Campaign 1952, Benton speech, "Politics," Glastonbury Democrats, 6/2/52; #425

Campaign 1952, Benton speech, "Democratic Party Achievements," Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, 5/3/52; #560

Campaign 1952, Benton speech, "Opportunities Ahead," Litchfield High School commencement exercises, 6/20/52; #218

Campaign 1952, Benton speech, "Economic Issues of the 1952 Campaign," National Industrial Conference Board's 333rd Annual Meeting, 9/18/52; #417

Campaign 1952, Benton speech, "Politics," New Haven City Democratic Convention, 5/19/52; #590

Campaign 1952, Benton speech, "Achievements of the Democratic Party," New London County Democrats, 5/24/52; #423

Campaign 1952, Benton speech, "Campaign 1952; Economic Issues," Waterbury Rotary Club, 9/23/52; #1050

Campaign 1952, Benton speech, Benton tribute on 173rd anniversary of General Pulaski's death, 10/11/52; #654

Campaign 1952, Nelson H. Cruikshank speech, "Connecticut's Great Service to the Nation and the World," Connecticut Federation of Labor, 9/4/52; #1203

Campaign 1952, statement, support for Connecticut's option on three television channels, 10/30/52; #977

Campaign 1952, statement, "Social Security for Professional Persons," 10/20/52; #1192

Campaign 1952, statement, "McCarran Immigration Act and Bush's Evasion of It," 10/24/52; #155

Campaign 1952, statement, "How to Use Television in Politics," 9/10-24/52; #1234

Campaign 1952, statement, "Communism; Republican's Hot Air Method of Attack versus Democratic Party's Positive Steps," 10/17/52; #1023

Campaign 1952, statement, national fund-raising campaign for reelection of Benton, 10/17/52; #1191

Campaign 1952, statement, "Civil Rights; Republican Party Countenances Second Class Citizenship," Democratic rally, 10/16/52; #990

Campaign 1952, television, Helen Benton, 9/52; #1230

Campaign 1952, Benton television, "Benton versus Bush as Candidates," 10/20/52; #938

Campaign 1952, Benton television, "Benton's Qualifications," 10/24/52; #939

Campaign 1952, Benton television, "Achievements under the Democratic Party," 10/29/52; #936

Campaign 1952, Benton television, 10/31/52; #933

Campaign 1952, Benton television, Robert Claffey, "Richard Nixon's Academy Award Performance," 10/13/52; #434

Campaign 1952, testimonial, Cyril Coleman, 10/52; #937

Campaign 1954, introduction of John F. Kennedy, Democratic State Convention, 6/25/54; #199

Campaign 1954, speech, "Victory of the Election of Democratic Representatives in Congress," Democratic Victory Dinner, 12/2/54; #167

Campaign 1954, television, "Lyford for Congress Campaign," 10/6/54; #195

Campaign 1956, photo; #1448

Campaign 1956, photo, Democratic National Convention, 7/56; #1422

Campaign 1956, photo, 1956; #1498

Campaign 1956, photo, 1956; #1444

Campaign 1956, photo, Democratic State Central Committee, 6/56; #1530

Campaign 1956, photo, 7/1/56; #1478

Campaign 1956, plank, "Federal Employee Security Program," 8/7/56; #104B

Campaign 1956, plank, "Immigration," 8/7/56; #104C

Campaign 1956, radio, "Presidential Campaign," 4/18-19/56; #91

Campaign 1956, speech, Dodd's availability as candidate for Senatorial nomination, no text, 7/7/56; #64

Campaign 1956, speech, "Foreign Policy," Democratic Closed Circuit TV Dinner, 10/20/56; #62

Campaign 1956, testimony, "Immigration" (long version), 8/7/56; #104

Campaign 1956, testimony, "Immigration" (short version), 8/7/56; #104A

Campaign 1958, campaign literature, "Bill Benton Because," 5/27/58; #401

Campaign 1958, editorial, "Keep Your Eyes on J. F. Smith; Key Supporter of Tom Dodd," Bridgeport Sunday Herald, 7/6/58; #837C

Campaign 1958, editorial, "Lee for Governor in 1962," ibid., 7/6/58; #837D

Campaign 1958, editorial, Irwin Ross, "Battle of Connecticut," New York Post, 5/18/58; #558

Campaign 1958, Benton letter to Ethel Beckwith, Senatorial nomination at Democratic State Convention, 6/30/58; #848

Campaign 1958, Benton letter to Ethel Beckwith, to Charles and Marjorie Benton, Senatorial nomination at Democratic State Convention and post-Convention analysis, 6/30/58; #848

Campaign 1958, Benton letter to Ethel Beckwith, to Connecticut Democrats, availability as candidate, letter #1, 1/13/58; #107

Campaign 1958, Benton letter to Ethel Beckwith, to delegates to Democratic Convention, 5/5/58; #381

Campaign 1958, Benton letter to Ethel Beckwith, to Ribicoff, Ribicoff's statement of neutrality on Senatorial candidates, 1/31/58; #186

Campaign 1958, Benton letter to Ethel Beckwith, to Adlai Stevenson, Senatorial nomination, 6/58; #849

Campaign 1958, Benton letter to Ethel Beckwith, Bob Claffey to Connecticut Democrats, seven reasons why Benton would be a good candidate, 5/16/58; #393

Campaign 1958, Benton letter to Ethel Beckwith, Al Donahue and Ed Bergin to delegates to party convention, seven reasons why Benton would be a good Senatorial candidate, 6/25/58; #709

Campaign 1958, Benton letter to Ethel Beckwith, Ray Fitzpatrick to Benton and reply, "Benton Can Win," 1/15/58; #285A

Campaign 1958, Benton letter to Ethel Beckwith, Joe Kusaila to Connecticut press, Benton veto of postal workers' raise, 10/20/50; #460

Campaign 1958, Benton letter to Ethel Beckwith, John Lane and Ed Roddan to Connecticut Democrats, Benton's foreign relations testimony and attachments, 4/21/58; #372

Campaign 1958, Benton letter to Ethel Beckwith, John Lane and Ed Roddan to Connecticut Democrats, "Benton Can Win," #3, 3/24/58; #285

Campaign 1958, Benton letter to Ethel Beckwith, Nick Phelan to Connecticut town chairmen, support for Benton's candidacy, #2, 2/24/58; #247

Campaign 1958, Benton letter to Ethel Beckwith, William Pitt to Associated Press editors, endorsement of Benton as Senatorial candidate, 5/12/58; #492

Campaign 1958, Benton letter to Ethel Beckwith, William Proxmire to Benton, campaign strategy in 1956 Proxmire Senatorial election, 10/4/57; #1235

Campaign 1958, Benton letter to Ethel Beckwith, Chase Going Woodhouse to delegates to Party Convention, appeal to candidates on behalf of Benton's candidacy, 6/20/58; #651

Campaign 1958, radio, "Senatorial Nomination and Post-Convention Analysis," 7/1/58; #903

Campaign 1958, radio, "Democratic State Convention," 7/6/58; #803

Campaign 1958, radio, 10/10-11/58; #1041

Campaign 1958, radio, Senatorial nomination at Democratic State Convention and This Is the Challenge, 7/1/58; #802

Campaign 1958, speech, "Old Politics Is Replaced by New; Rise of Public Relations Techniques," Boston University School of Communications and Public Relations, no text, 11/18/58; #1215

Campaign 1958, speech, "Scholar and Public Policy," University of Connecticut Honors Day Convocation, 5/19/58; #391

Campaign 1958, speech, "Inadequacy of Southern Educational Facilities to Meet Selective Service Requirements and the Resultant Burden Placed on Connecticut," Connecticut labor leaders, 4/24/58; #373

Campaign 1958, speech, primary campaigning, Democratic Town Committee of Bristol, no text, 4/11/58; #375

Campaign 1958, speech, "Great Issues in the 1958 Campaign," Democratic Town Committee of Manchester, 4/15/58; #306

Campaign 1958, speech, "American Economy," Democratic Town Committee of New London, no text, 4/16/58; #95

Campaign 1958, speech, "Senator William Purtell's Record," Democratic Town Committee of Norwich, no text, 2/28/58; #16

Campaign 1958, speech, "Tax Reduction," Democratic Town Committee of Waterbury, no text, 4/22/58; #374

Campaign 1958, speech, "Missiles as an Issue," Democratic Women's Club of Westport, no text, 1/16/58; #117

Campaign 1958, speech, with Tom Dodd, "America's Economic Growth," Democratic Women's Club and Democratic Town Committee of East Hampton, no text, 5/14/58; #387

Campaign 1958, speech, "Nine-Point Attack on Unemployment," Exchange Club, 3/3/58; #244

Campaign 1958, speech, Eugene McCarthy testimonial dinner, 10/23/58; #1065

Campaign 1958, speech, "Employment," Litchfield County Democrats, 6/5/58; #518

Campaign 1958, speech, "Federal Support of Education," New Britain, no text, 6/17/58; #588

Campaign 1958, speech, "Education; Key Political Issue for 1958," Tolland County Democratic Association, no text, 5/8/58; #386

Campaign 1958, speech, "Teachers' Salaries," Tolland County Democrats, no text, 6/1/58; #491

Campaign 1958, speech, "Seven-Point Memo," West Haven Democratic Town Committee, no text, 4/28/58; #400

Campaign 1958, speech, "Tax Reduction," Windham County Democratic Delegates and Town Chairman, no text, 4/28/58; #377

Campaign 1958, speech, Wisconsin fund-raising dinner, 10/25/58; #752

Campaign 1958, speech, nomination acceptance speech, not used, 6/28/58; #708

Campaign 1958, speech, Al Donahue nomination of Benton for Senate, 6/28/58; #546

Campaign 1958, speech, question-and-answer period with Chester Bowles and Tom Dodd, Fairfield County Federation of Women's Clubs, no text, 5/20/58; #396

Campaign 1958, speech, with Bowles and Dodd, "Republican Curtailment of Urban Renewal Funds," Fairfield County Federation of Democratic Women's Clubs, 5/19/58; #396

Campaign 1958, speech, "Flood Control; Federal Responsibility," 7th Senatorial district, no text, 3/8/58; #253

Campaign 1958, speech, "Common Market for Latin America," 2nd Congressional district, 5/22/58; #397

Campaign 1958, speech, "Need for Federal Support of Schools," 32nd Senatorial district, 5/24/58; #399

Campaign 1958, statement, "Senatorial Campaign and Benton's Pledge to Carry Fight through to Convention Floor," 6/22/58; #643

Campaign 1958, statement, John H. Norton, in favor of accepting Benton's proposal for a compromise to avoid a bitter primary fight, 4/2/58; #297

Campaign 1958, television, 7/2/58; #811

Campaign 1958, television, "Current Administrative Policy," 1/13-14/58; #135

Campaign 1960, photo, Democratic National Committee; #2307

Campaign 1960, plank, Democratic National Committee, "Education," 7/8/60; #1751A

Campaign 1960, speech, Democratic National Committee; #2307

Campaign 1960, speech, seconding Congressman Frank Kowalski's nomination, Democratic State Convention, 6/18/60; #1760

Campaign 1960, testimony, Democratic National Committee, "Education," 7/60; #1752

Campaign 1960, testimony, Democratic National Committee, "Red China's Educational System," 7/8/60; #1751

Campaign 1962, speech, seconding Governor Dempsey's nomination, Democratic State Convention, no text, 7/14/62; #1310

Campaign 1964, plank, "Report of the Committee on Resolutions and Platforms," Democratic National Committee, 8/64; #2002

Campaign 1964, radio, Democratic National Committee, 8/24/64; #2009

Campaign 1968, speech, Democratic National Committee, 1968; #2304

Campaign 1968, speech, "Democratic National Convention," American Club of Paris, 9/12/68; #2207

Campaign 1968, speech, against resolution calling for withdrawal of troops from Vietnam, Democratic State Convention, 6/22/68; #2196

Careers in government, announcement, "Congressional Awards for Distinguished Service," 10/18/57; #163

Careers in government, "For Distinguished Service in Congress," New York Times, 7/24/55; #163

Careers in government, "For Distinguished Service in Congress," "Why Admen Should Go into Politics," Printers' Ink, 9/2/55; #147

Careers in government, Harold Stein report, "Foreign Service Act of 1946"; #1610

Careers in government, speech, "Politics versus Advertising Careers," Advertising and Sales Executive Club, no text, 4/9/56; #74

Careers in government, speech, "Rewards and Penalties of Public Service," University of Bridgeport, 1/15/52; #237

Careers in government, speech, "Cold War and the Liberal Arts," Brooklyn College, 6/5/60; #1603

Careers in government, speech, "Rewards and Penalties of Public Service," Claremont School of Theology, 12/13/60; #1780

Careers in government, speech, "Rewards and Penalties of Public Service," College of the City of New York, 2/9/52; #235

Careers in government, speech, "Rewards and Penalties of Public Service," Congressional Distinguished Service Awards luncheon, 9/11/59; #163A

Careers in government, speech, "Scholar and Public Policy," University of Connecticut Honors Day Convocation, 5/19/58; #391

Careers in government, speech, "Foreign Service as a Career," Foreign Service Association, 10/20/55; #140

Careers in government, speech, "Public and Private Relations of Foreign Service," Foreign Service Association, 10/6/49; #1093

Careers in government, speech, "Is Public Service for You?," Hartford College Mock Legislators, 2/19/52; #233

Careers in government, speech, "Public Service and the Liberal Arts," Hunter College, 6/16/59; #1233

Careers in government, speech, "What Price Public Service; Is It Worth It?," Institute of Practical Politics, 11/50; #1057

Careers in government, speech, "Cold War and the Liberal Arts," Knox College, 6/6/60; #1604

Careers in government, speech, "What Makes a Good Politician?," Yale Political Union, no text, 10/6/54; #196

Careers in government, speech, "Politics; Its Penalties and Rewards," Young Democrats of New Haven, no text, 2/26/58; #246

Carleton College, Merril E. Jarchow and Leal A. Headley book, Carleton College; The First Century, 1966; #2153

Catholics, "Soviet Lesson for Catholic Schools," Catholic Digest, 4/58; #55A

Catholics, Catholic World, unpublished article, 1961; #1794

Catholics, photo, National Catholic Education Association, 4/25/57; #1451

Catholics, speech, "Soviet Challenge; Education," Catholic War Veterans, 11/10/57; #50

Catholics, speech, "Tribute to Irish People," Irish American Home Society, 3/17/50; #116

Catholics, speech, "Challenge to Catholic Educators," National Catholic Education Association, 4/25/57; #55

Catholics, speech, "Principles of Christianity and Patriotism," Postal Workers' Communion Breakfast, 5/18/52; #228

Catholics, speech, Reverend Lawrence J. Shenan, "Education and the Modern Media of Communication," National Catholic Educational Association, 4/23/57; #49

Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, speech, "Responsibilities of the Mass Media," 1/22/63; #1318

Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, Newton Minow speech, "Television; Four New Dimensions," 1/22/62; #1318

Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, statement, "Benton Gives $25,000 for Study of Television and Press in Free Society," 11/2/59; #1285

Chase, Stuart, "Five Year Plan for Egg Heads," Progressive Magazine, 7/56; #183

Chase, Money to Grow On, 1964; #1995

Childs, Marquis, "Another Benton Plan," Washington Post, 9/12/50; #1026

Childs, Moderator, "Marshall Plan of Ideas," 7/23/50; #513

China, Benton article, "Education in Red China," Child and Family, 4/62; #1778A

China, Benton article, "Education in Red China," Saturday Review, 7/15/61; #1778

China, Benton letter to the editor, "Education in Red China," New York Times, unpublished, 9/20/60; #1179

China, Warren Preece manuscript, "Education in China," 1960; #1764

China, Warren Preece manuscript, "Education in China," updated, with 1961 article, 1961-1962; #1764A

China, pamphlet, "Education; Our Ultimate Weapon," 2/61; #1751B

China, photos, education; #1241

China, Benton testimony, "Red China's Educational System," Democratic National Convention, 7/8/60; #1751

CIO, speech, "Taft-Hartley Act; A Critique," 10/9/52; #1188

CIO, speech, "Morality in Government," 6/18/52; #729

CIO, speech, "Progress under the Democratic Party," 5/26/50; #790

CIO, speech, "Request for Labor's Guidance and Cooperation," 1/14/50; #681

CIO, speech, "Senator Benton's Record in Senate," 1/13/52; #687

CIO, statement, "Toward a Prosperous New England," 6/15/50; #1049

Civil rights, appointment to Hampton Institute Board of Trustees, 12/1/57; #277

Civil rights, footnote, Committee for Economic Development, Distressed Areas in a Growing Economy, 6/61; #1800

Civil rights, Benton letter to University of Connecticut, Phi Epsilon Pi fraternity's stand on discrimination, 9/28/50; #582

Civil rights, Benton letter and Truman reply, civil rights and F.E.P.C. for defense industry, 10/51; #98

Civil rights, plank, Democratic National Convention, F.E.P.C., 8/7/56; #104B

Civil rights, radio, "Civil Rights; F.E.P.C."; #899

Civil rights, radio, "Civil Rights," 5/3/50; #925

Civil rights, radio, "Civil Rights; F.E.P.C.," 5/9/50; #962

Civil rights, radio, "Cloture and Civil Rights," 10/10/51; #1128

Civil rights, radio, "Latin American Trip," 4/7/60; #1730

Civil rights, radio, "Civil Rights and the Party Platforms," 9/2/52; #581

Civil rights, radio, "Tribute to Walter White," 6/4/55; #176

Civil rights, speech, "Advocating the Fair Employment Practices Commission and Rule XXII," B'nai B'rith, 10/28/51; #764

Civil rights, speech, "Anti-Filibuster (Cloture) Plank before the Democratic National Convention Committee," Democratic National Convention, 7/19/52; #580

Civil rights, speech, "Full Equality of Educational Opportunity for Negro People," Hampton Institute, no text, 4/25/58; #304

Civil rights, speech, "McCarran Immigration Act and F.E.P.C.," Liberal Party Dinner, 6/11/52; #283

Civil rights, speech, "Cloture; Prior Issue on Civil Rights," National Leadership Council for Civil Rights, 2/17/52; #579

Civil rights, speech, "East and West; The Twain Must Meet," Service Bureau for Women's Organizations, 10/21/57; #51

Civil rights, speech, "One Hundred Years of Liberia's Independence," 9/20/46; #545

Civil rights, background summary; #309

Civil rights, television, 7/21/52; #692

Civil rights, television, "Civil Rights; Republican Party Countenances Second Class Citizenship," Democratic Party rally, 10/16/52; #990

Civil rights, television, "Democratic Platform Discussed," 8/23/64; #1891

Cogley, John, speech, "Religion," Center Club, 6/22/65; #2012

Committee for Economic Development, appointment to Executive Committee, 5/29/58; #402

Committee for Economic Development, Benton article, "Johnny Will March Home to a Job," Liberty, 7/24/43; #810

Committee for Economic Development, Benton article, "Economics of a Free Society," Fortune, 10/44; #171

Committee for Economic Development, Benton article, "Postwar Planning and Rugged Individualism," Future Magazine, 1/45; #744

Committee for Economic Development, "Opportunity; Dynamics of a Free Society," Industrial Marketing, 6/43; #855

Committee for Economic Development, editorial, "Opportunity for Pro and Con Discussions," Opportunities in World of Tomorrow, 1943; #33

Committee for Economic Development, editorial, "Opportunities in the World of Tomorrow," Freedom of Opportunity; Keystone of All the Freedoms, 1944; #433

Committee for Economic Development, footnote, An Adaptive Program for Agriculture, 1962; #1864

Committee for Economic Development, footnote, Budget and Economic Growth, 4/59; #1256

Committee for Economic Development, footnote, Cooperation for Progress in Latin America, 2/61; #1796

Committee for Economic Development, footnote, Defense Against Inflation, 5/58; #1266

Committee for Economic Development, footnote, Distressed Areas in a Growing Economy, 6/61; #1800

Committee for Economic Development, footnote, East-West Trade, 5/65; #2056

Committee for Economic Development, footnote, Economic Development of Central America, 11/64; #1989

Committee for Economic Development, footnote, Economic Literacy for Americans, 2/62; #1835

Committee for Economic Development, footnote, Educating Tomorrow's Managers, 10/64; #2011

Committee for Economic Development, footnote, Financing a Better Election System, 12/68; #2214

Committee for Economic Development, footnote, Growth and Taxes, 2/61; #1792

Committee for Economic Development, footnote, Guiding Metropolitan Growth, 8/60; #1619

Committee for Economic Development, footnote, Improving Executive Management in the Federal Government, 1964; #1988

Committee for Economic Development, footnote, Innovation in Education; New Directions for the American School, 7/68; #2198

Committee for Economic Development, footnote, International Trade, Foreign Investment, and Domestic Employment, 6/45; #755

Committee for Economic Development, footnote, International Trade Organization and Reconstruction of World Trade, 6/49; #1115

Committee for Economic Development, footnote, Modernizing Local Government, 6/1966; #2131

Committee for Economic Development, footnote, Monetary and Fiscal Policy for Greater Economic Stability, 12/48; #1245

Committee for Economic Development, footnote, The National Economy and the Vietnam War, 4/68; #2185

Committee for Economic Development, footnote, Paying for Better Public Schools, 1/60; #1296

Committee for Economic Development, footnote, Presidential Succession and Inability, 1/1965; #2031

Committee for Economic Development, footnote, Problem of Changeover Unemployment, 8/45; #1244

Committee for Economic Development, footnote, Raising Low Incomes Through Improved Education, 9/65; #2067

Committee for Economic Development, footnote, Union Powers and Union Functions; #1942

Committee for Economic Development, interview, "Reminiscences about CED's Early Days," 7/68; #2199

Committee for Economic Development, memo, Harold Lasswell, "American Policy Commission," 6/3/41; #2068

Committee for Economic Development, pamphlet, reprint of "Economics of a Free Society," 1964; #171

Committee for Economic Development, photo, visit to Strategic Air Command; #1521

Committee for Economic Development, photo, trustees' luncheon, 5/20/48; #1436, #818

Committee for Economic Development, photo, 25th anniversary celebration, 11/67; #2172A

Committee for Economic Development, photo, Washington luncheon, 5/12/49; #1446

Committee for Economic Development, photo, 11/56; #1492

Committee for Economic Development, photo, meeting, 9/43; #620

Committee for Economic Development, radio, "What Should Our Tax Program Be After the War?," 11/14/44; #737

Committee for Economic Development, radio, "Postwar Jobs; Responsibility of Business," 9/13/43; #843

Committee for Economic Development, radio, "Should Industry Attempt to Guarantee Labor a Minimum Wage?," 10/7/44; #736

Committee for Economic Development, radio, "Post War Jobs; Responsibility of Business," 11/15/43; #843

Committee for Economic Development, speech, "Commerce and Industry Look Ahead," 5/43; #280

Committee for Economic Development, speech, "Johnny, Get Your Job," 5/43; #1206

Committee for Economic Development, speech, "Economic Planning in England," 11/8/43; #619

Committee for Economic Development, speech, "Economics; America's Responsibility," 1/29/44; #595

Committee for Economic Development, speech, "Economics of a Free Society," 10/14/44; #1306

Committee for Economic Development, speech, "Liberal Education for Business," 10/2/44; #211

Committee for Economic Development, speech, "Crowther is Right-We Hope," 1945; #763

Committee for Economic Development, speech, "Business Begins to Look Ahead," 10/20/43; #257

Committee for Economic Development, speech, "Opportunity; Dynamics of a Free Society," 5/7/43; #855

Committee for Economic Development, speech, "Business Strikes a Trial Balance," 10/28/43; #1307

Committee for Economic Development, speech, "Business Looks at War and Peace," 11/5/43; #602

Committee for Economic Development, speech, "Future Aims of CED," 25th anniversary banquet, 11/16/67; #2172

Committee for Economic Development, speech, "Information Program," 5/20/48; #622

Committee for Economic Development, speech, "Tribute to Ralph Flanders," 1/17/47; #886

Committee for Economic Development, speech, "Tribute to Paul Hoffman," ca. 1947-1948; #818

Committee for Economic Development, speech, "Tribute to Jesse Jones," 5/20/48; #59

Committee for Economic Development, speech, "Postwar Efforts by General Industry and Business," Producers' Council, Inc. and American Association of Architects, 5/26/43; #603

Committee for Economic Development, speech, "Brass Tacks of Free Enterprise," Sales' Managers Club of Hartford, 10/9/43; #1005

Committee for Economic Development, speech, "How to Raise Real Wages," 6/19/50; #629

Committee for Economic Development, speech, "Role of Commerce and Industry in Preventing a Postwar Depression," Temple University, 2/17/43; #895

Committee for Economic Development, speech, "Platform for a Free Enterprise System," New York Town Hall, 1/15/45; #808

Committee for Economic Development, speech, "Commerce and Industry Look Ahead," Virginia State Chamber of Commerce, 4/10/43; #799

Committee for Economic Development, speech, "CED in the Post War World; New Relationship Between Businessmen and Politicians and Implications of Russian Propaganda," 5/11/49; #1055

Committee for Economic Development, speech, "Postwar Developments in Britain," 9/17/43; #620

Committee for Economic Development, speech, "Paul Hoffman; On His Retirement," 5/20/48; #723

Committee for Economic Development, A. R. Guinness speech, "Welcome to Eric Johnston and William Benton," British National Committee of the International Chamber of Commerce, 8/11/43; #873

Committee for Economic Development, Senate testimony, "Strengthening Reciprocal Trade Agreements," 6/1/46; #710

Congress of Industrial Organizations. See CIO.

Congressional Distinguished Service Awards, announcements, 1957-1959; #163B

Congressional Distinguished Service Awards, announcements, 1961; #1817

Congressional Distinguished Service Awards, article, "For Distinguished Service in Congress," New York Times, 7/24/55; #163

Congressional Distinguished Service Awards, pamphlet; #163E

Congressional Distinguished Service Awards, photo, 9/11/59; #163C

Congressional Distinguished Service Awards, photo, 9/11/59; #163H

Congressional Distinguished Service Awards, photo, 9/11/59; #163I

Congressional Distinguished Service Awards, radio, "Educational and Subscription Television and Congressional Awards," 8/29/59; #1275

Congressional Distinguished Service Awards, radio, "Kruschev Visit and Congressional Awards," 9/13/59; #1282

Congressional Distinguished Service Awards, radio, "Rewards and Penalties of Public Service," 9/11/59; #163A

Congressional Distinguished Service Awards, radio, Pendleton Herring, "Benton Foundation Award," 9/11/59; #163F

Congressional Distinguished Service Awards, radio, Hugh L. Elsbree, "Political Scientist and the Congress," 9/11/59; #163G

Congressional Distinguished Service Awards, speech, "An American Suggestion to British Business Men," American Chamber of Commerce, 7/26/48; #273

Congressional Distinguished Service Awards, speech, "Can Britain Compete?," American Chamber of Commerce, 5/26/49; #552

Congressional Distinguished Service Awards, speech, "Economic Stumbling Blocks; Britain and the United States," Civic and Commerce Association and Advertising Club, 2/17/44; #706

Congressional Distinguished Service Awards, speech, "America's Economy," Kiwanis Club of Phoenix, 3/8/49; #1782

Congressional Distinguished Service Awards, television, 9/11/59; #163E

Council of Europe, meeting with British industrialists, 7/30/57; #19

Council of Europe, photo, 1951; #1509

Council of Europe, report, 11/51; #1228

Cousins, Norman, Present Tense; An American Editor's Odyssey, 1967; #2190

Cousins, "Scientific Rivalry; United States Versus U.S.S.R.," Open Mind Series, 11/3/57; #12

Coy, Wayne, speech, "Future Broadcasting in America," 11/5/51; #984

Crowther, Geoffrey, appointment to board of Britannica, 4/12/56; #47

Crowther, article, "Economic Controls Versus Cartels," Economist Magazine, 9/45; #1080

Crowther, speech, "Education; Contrast Between American and English Systems," 10/9/59; #1294

Cultural exchange. See Senate, State Department, UNESCO, etc.

De Madariaga, Salvador, Blowing Up of the Parthenon; #1799

Democratic. See Politics, Senate, etc.

Democratic Advisory Council, Seymour Harris, "Educational Policy for Democratic Party," 12/9/57; #184

Democratic Advisory Council, appointment of Benton to Foreign Policy Committee, 9/26/57; #56

Democratic Advisory Council, "Where We Are; The World of Today and How It Got That Way," pamphlet #1, 1958; #444

Democratic Advisory Council, "Education and Freedom's Future," pamphlet #3, 1/60; #1257

Democratic Advisory Council, "How to Pierce the Iron Curtain," unpublished pamphlet, drafts and correspondence, 1959-1960; #1227

Democratic Digest, "Our International Information Services," 11/46; #823

Democratic Digest, "Education and Freedom's Future," 1/60; #1257

Democratic Digest, "Soviet Challenge; Education," 3/6/56; #75

Democratic Digest, "Business and Its Political Mythology," 4/4/55; #39B

Dempsey, John. See University of Bridgeport.

Djilas, Milovan, "Storm in Eastern Europe," New Leader, 11/19/56; #272

Dodd, Tom, Benton's comments on Dodd's announcement of candidacy, 9/5/57; #15

Dodd, Benton speech, "Tom Dodd's Availability as Candidate for Senatorial Nomination," no text, 7/7/56; #64

Dodd, Benton speech, question-and-answer period with Benton and Bowles, Fairfield County Federation of Women's Clubs, no text, 5/20/58; #396

Dodd, Benton speech, with Benton and Bowles, "Republican Curtailment of Urban Renewal Funds," Fairfield County Federation of Women's Clubs, 5/19/58; #396

Donnelly, Raymond L., endorsement of Benton for Senator, undated; #382

Douglas, Paul, In the Fullness of Time, 1971; #2298

Douglas, radio, "Economy through Government Reorganization," 4/10/52; #881

Douglas, "Government Reorganization"; #928

Dulles, Allen, Russell Baker article, "The Other Mr. Dulles; Of the CIA," New York Times Magazine, 3/16/58; #266

Dulles, speech, "Soviet Challenge; Science and Technology," Yale Conference, 2/3-4/58; #152K

Dulles, television, "Democratic Platform Discussed," 8/23/64; #1891

Dulles, Benton's commentary on Penn Kimball memo analyzing Convention and Senatorial nomination, 6/58; #1169

Education, awarding of honorary LID from Bard College, 6/16/51; #731

Education, awarding of honorary LID from Bard College, photos, 6/16/51; #731A, #1477, #1483

Education, awarding of honorary LID from Bard College, Carleton, 6/61; #1808

Education, awarding of honorary LID from Bard College, Dartmouth, photo, 6/68; #2193

Education, awarding of honorary LID from Bard College, Knox College, photo, 6/6/60; #1763

Education, awarding of honorary LID from Bard College, Montana State College, 6/16/57; #96

Education, awarding of honorary LID from Bard College, Montana State College, photo, 6/10/57; #1540

Education, awarding of honorary LID from Bard College, Notre Dame, 6/68; #2189

Education, awarding of honorary LID from Bard College, University of Louisville, 6/48; #1493

Education, awarding of honorary LID from Bard College, University of Montana, 6/10/57; #1429

Education, Benton article, "Television; Trivia or Trivium? Is It a Choice?," Academy Magazine, 12/51; #388

Education, Benton article, "How Can Radio Educate?," Know, 10/41; #79

Education, Benton article, "Why Do United States Schools Fail to Create Scientists?," New York Post, 10/24/57; #288

Education, Benton article, "Biggest Reward; A Tribute to Education," New York Times, 5/21/38; #466

Education, Benton article, "United States Education and the Liberal Arts," Yale Political Union, Summer 1962; #1809

Education, Lester David, "Are You Fed Up with TV Trivia?," 4/60; #1380

Education, Barbara Kerr, "William Benton's Role in Education," 5/14/57; #1177

Education, Ethel Beckwith, "TV as a Teacher; Quotations of William Benton," Bridgeport Sunday Herald Magazine, 10/18/59; #1292

Education, book, The Teachers and the Taught in the U.S.S.R., 1966; #2080

Education, book, H. G. Rickover, Education and Freedom, 1960; #2088

Education, book, Edward M. Tuttle, Education by Will Versus Education by Order; #876

Education, book, Edward M. Tuttle, School Board Leadership in America; #1214

Education, Benton review of Arthur Trace, Jr., What Ivan Knows that Johnny Doesn't, 11/12/61; #1826

Education, Benton letter, to editor, foreign aid and federal support to education for training scientists, New York Times, 5/31/56; #675

Education, Benton letter, to editor, suggesting a council of educational advisors, New York Times Magazine, 3/30/62; #1862

Education, Benton letter, to Eisenhower, television quiz scandal and need for citizen's advisory commission, 11/18/59; #1299

Education, Benton letter, #2, 11/21/59; #1299A

Education, Benton letter, #3, 11/30/59; #1299B

Education, Benton letter, to Sigurd Larmon, television quiz scandal and the need for citizen's advisory committee, 12/1/59; #1299C

Education, Benton letter, to Glen Lloyd, appraisal of University of Chicago, 11/20/59; #1362

Education, Benton letter, to Charles Percy, television quiz scandal and the need for citizen's advisory committee, 12/2/59; #1299D

Education, Warren Preece manuscript, Education in China, 1960; #1764

Education, photo, Institute for International Education, 1969; #2303

Education, photo, Open University, 5/16/72; #2287

Education, radio, "Is Our Educational System Failing the Individual?," 2/6/58; #152U

Education, radio, 4/11/60; #1605

Education, radio, 4/5/61; #1394

Education, speech, "Education; Liberal Arts versus Business Schools," 2/15/61; #1765A

Education, speech, "Educational Radio Broadcasting," Commonwealth Edison, 3/14/38; #862

Education, speech, "Television; Subscriptional and Educational," Dinner Club, no text, 4/13/59; #1287

Education, speech, "Television; How Can the Public Interest Best Be Served?," Institute for Education by Radio and Television, 5/3/52; #501

Education, speech, "Television," Overseas Press Club, 2/13/64; #1937

Education, speech, "Radio Broadcasting; Educational and Otherwise," Parents' Association, 10/24/39; #865

Education, speech, "Tribute to William Carr," National Education Association, 6/19/67; #2154

Education, speech, "Private School in a Changing World," Taft School alumni, 12/12/41; #1301

Education, speech, "Education; Expansion of University of Connecticut," Tolland County Democratic Association Picnic, no text, 8/18/57; #54

Education, speech, "Improving Education in Our Schools," United Parents' Association, 1/13/62; #1815

Education, summary of efforts on behalf of education; #325

Education, television, shortage of educational facilities, 11/6/59; #1364

Education, testimonial, Institute for International Education, 4/15/70; #2252

Education, testimony, proposal for a citizens' board on broadcasting, Carnegie Commission on Educational Television, 4/15/66; #2114

Education, in Britain, "English Education through the Looking-Glass; A Comparative Journey into American High Schools," report financed by Benton Foundation, 4/30/58; #414

Eisenhower, Dwight D., letters to Benton, television quiz scandals and need for Citizen's Advisory Committee, 11/59; #1299-1299B

Eisenhower, letter to Nickolai Bulganin, atomic weapons, summit meeting, and strengthening the U. N., 2/18/58; #255

Eisenhower, photo, testifying in favor of Smith-Mundt bill, 5/20/47; #1488

Eisenhower, statement, two speeches, "Science and Security" and "Future Security," 11/16/57; #187

Eisenhower, Benton testimonial, Information Program, 6/6/47; #1202

Eisenhower, Exchange Fellowships, Inc., Benton's appointment to Board of Trustees, 11/17/52; #1184

Eisenhower, Exchange Fellowships, Board of Trustees pay tribute to President on his birthday, 10/14/53; #1470

Election laws, article, Ann Ferebee, "Political Campaigns," Commonweal, unpublished, ca. 1958; #1038

Election laws, guide book, Summary of Federal and State Laws Regulating the Nomination and Election of United States Senators, 1952; #1028

Election laws, guide book, Federal Corrupt Practices and Political Activities Laws; #1027

Election laws, Benton letter to Alexander Holmes, abolishing the vice presidency, Connecticut newspapers; #1927

Encyclopaedia Britannica, announcement, "William Benton Returns as Chairman of the Board," 10/9/47; #806

Encyclopaedia Britannica, announcement, "Hubert Humphrey Joins EB Board of Directors," 1/9/69; #2217

Encyclopaedia Britannica, announcement, "Purchase of Merriam Webster Co.," 9/11/64; #2008

Encyclopaedia Britannica, announcement, "Purchase of the Praeger Publishers," 4/22/66; #2118

Encyclopaedia Britannica, announcement, "William Benton Announces Gifts of EB Collection of American Paintings to American Schools," 4/16/50; #893

Encyclopaedia Britannica, announcement, "Encyclopaedia Britannica Collection of Art to Be Shown in Sacramento," 3/1/48; #1179

Encyclopaedia Britannica, Robert Alden, "Benton Sees Vast Publishing Gains," New York Times, 1/14/60; #1392

Encyclopaedia Britannica, John Benton, "First Sales Experience," EB News, 9/1/59; #1246

Encyclopaedia Britannica, William Benton, "In Memoriam; Adlai E. Stevenson," Book of the Year, 1966; #2110

Encyclopaedia Britannica, William Benton, "Publisher's Message," ibid., 1966; #2110

Encyclopaedia Britannica, William Benton, "Publisher's Message," ibid., 1967; #2138

Encyclopaedia Britannica, William Benton, "Publisher's Message," ibid., 1968; #2167

Encyclopaedia Britannica, William Benton, "Publisher's Message," ibid., 1969; #2213

Encyclopaedia Britannica, William Benton, "Publisher's Message," ibid., 1970; #2244

Encyclopaedia Britannica, William Benton, "Publisher's Message," ibid., 1971; #2260

Encyclopaedia Britannica, William Benton, "Publisher's Message," ibid., 1972; #2290

Encyclopaedia Britannica, William Benton, "Publisher's Message," ibid., 1973; #2313

Encyclopaedia Britannica, William Benton, "The Teachers and the Taught in the U.S.S.R.," ibid., 1965; #2000

Encyclopaedia Britannica, William Benton, "Voice of the Kremlin," ibid., 1956; #31

Encyclopaedia Britannica, William Benton, "Voice of Latin America," ibid., 1961; #1740

Encyclopaedia Britannica, William Benton, "Publisher's Message," Compton's, 1971; #2261

Encyclopaedia Britannica, William Benton, "Publisher's Message," ibid., 1972; #2311

Encyclopaedia Britannica, William Benton, "Publisher's Message," ibid., 1973; #2289

Encyclopaedia Britannica, William Benton, "Russian Trip," EB News, 1/56; #105

Encyclopaedia Britannica, William Benton, "Reginald Marsh," Know, Summer 1967; #113A

Encyclopaedia Britannica, William Benton, "Meet John Y. Brown II," ibid., 1972-1973; #2293

Encyclopaedia Britannica, William Benton, "Publisher's Message," EB Roundtable, 1/73; #2308

Encyclopaedia Britannica, William Benton, "Publisher's Message," ibid., 1972; #2309

Encyclopaedia Britannica, William Benton, "Shaping Our Lives Through Science and Technology," ibid., 1972; #2280

Encyclopaedia Britannica, William Benton, "Thank God for Salesmen," Salesman's Opportunity, 1968; #2184

Encyclopaedia Britannica, William Benton, "1973; The Year of the Salesman," ibid., 2/73; #2320

Encyclopaedia Britannica, William Benton, "Mikoyan vs. Britannica," Saturday Review, 10/27/62; #1312

Encyclopaedia Britannica, William Benton, "Publisher's Message," Yearbook of Science and the Future, 10/69; #2229

Encyclopaedia Britannica, William Benton, "Shaping Our Lives Through Science and Technology," ibid., 1968; #2192

Encyclopaedia Britannica, William Benton, "Shaping Our Lives Through Science and Technology," ibid., 1970; #2255

Encyclopaedia Britannica, William Benton, "Shaping Our Lives Through Science and Technology," ibid., 1972; #2265

Encyclopaedia Britannica, William Benton, "Shaping Our Lives Through Science and Technology," ibid., 1973; #2288

Encyclopaedia Britannica, Clay Cole, "How the Britannica Sells One Out of Three," Sales Management, 6/3/60; #1615

Encyclopaedia Britannica, Harvey Einbinder, "Straight Look at the Encyclopaedia Britannica," Columbia University Forum, Winter 1960; #1398

Encyclopaedia Britannica, Harvey Einbinder, "The Britannica; An American Critique of the Encyclopedia Business," Encounter, 1961; #1398B

Encyclopaedia Britannica, Harvey Einbinder, letters to editor, Hutchins's refutation and Einbinder's response, Columbia University Forum, Spring 1960; #1398A

Encyclopaedia Britannica, Harvey Einbinder, "Our Imperfect Encyclopedias," Progressive, 3/61; #1398B

Encyclopaedia Britannica, Harvey Einbinder, The Myth of the Britannica, 1964; #1940

Encyclopaedia Britannica, Bruce Felknor, "William Benton; Looking Back," Know, Fall 1972/Winter 1973; #2293A

Encyclopaedia Britannica, Paul Hoffman and others, "World Without Want," ibid., 1962; #1859

Encyclopaedia Britannica, Arthur Bartlett, "Bill Benton; Idea Man on the Run," Coronet, 9/48; #149

Encyclopaedia Britannica, Ray Josephs, "The Great EB," Christian Science Monitor, 6/58; #292C

Encyclopaedia Britannica, Dorothea Kahn, "Encyclopaedia Britannica; A Long Time Newspaper," Christian Science Monitor, 7/10/43; #1010

Encyclopaedia Britannica, Allan Keller, "Filed But Never Forgotten," World Telegram and Sun, 2/10/62; #1855

Encyclopaedia Britannica, Michael Lazare, "The Marvelous Encyclopedia Business," Forbes, 2/15/65; #2048

Encyclopaedia Britannica, Arthur M. Louis, "The Friendly Britannica," The Nation, 3/1/65; #2051

Encyclopaedia Britannica, William A. Lydgate, "Britannica," Reader's Digest, 6/42; #1584

Encyclopaedia Britannica, Kent MacDougall, "Facts for Sale," Wall Street Journal, 2/19/68; #2182

Encyclopaedia Britannica, Jessie Matson, "Britannica in Eighteenth-Century America," Metropolitan Museum of Art Library Bulletin, 6/43; #898

Encyclopaedia Britannica, Richard A. Smith, "Ceiling on Selling," Fortune, 8/58; #368

Encyclopaedia Britannica, Carl Spielvogel, "Advertising; Hard Sell No News to Benton," ibid., 5/25/58; #975

Encyclopaedia Britannica, John Tebbel, "Two Hundred Years of Progress," Saturday Review, 2/10/68; #2183

Encyclopaedia Britannica, John H. Thompson, "University of Chicago Aide's Action Saves Britannica Bonanza," Chicago Tribune, 10/8/72; #2321

Encyclopaedia Britannica, Walter Yust, "That's a Fact-Or Is It?," Catholic Library World, 3/57; #258

Encyclopaedia Britannica, "Future Encyclopedias," 1964; #1986

Encyclopaedia Britannica, "Bill Benton's Knowledge Empire," Fortune, 1/68; #2186

Encyclopaedia Britannica, "Growth of EB," Fortune, 7/58; #368

Encyclopaedia Britannica, "This Was the 'Athens of America,'" New Haven Register, 3/20/60; #1608

Encyclopaedia Britannica, book, commemorating 200th anniversary, 1/69; #2211B

Encyclopaedia Britannica, book, Franklyn H. Hooper, Story of the Encyclopaedia Britannica, 1939; #1071

Encyclopaedia Britannica, book, Harcourt F. Kitchin, Moberly Bell and His Times, 1925; #1838

Encyclopaedia Britannica, book, Herman Kogan, The Great EB, 4/58; #292

Encyclopaedia Britannica, book, Joseph McCabe, Lies and Fallacies of the Encyclopaedia Britannica, 1947; #1928

Encyclopaedia Britannica, book, Board of Editors of Encyclopaedia Britannica, 1962; #1303

Encyclopaedia Britannica, book, Carl F. Stover, edited, The Technological Order, proceedings of EB Conference, 1963; #1334

Encyclopaedia Britannica, booklet for Board of Editors; #1303

Encyclopaedia Britannica, gift, Contemporary American Painting catalogs to U. S. missions abroad, 6/1/58; #476

Encyclopaedia Britannica, gift, 5 sets as Christmas presents to Soviet Presidium members, 12/25/55; #112

Encyclopaedia Britannica, gift, 5 sets to Israel Projects Program as Zionist Organization of America, 12/14/50; #507

Encyclopaedia Britannica, gift, presentation to German newspapers, 7/19/48; #1352

Encyclopaedia Britannica, gift, Rumanian Five Language Technical Lexicon, to reciprocate for 3 sets to Rumanian libraries, 8/26/60; #1771

Encyclopaedia Britannica, gift, 50 sets to news agencies of Germany, 7/19/48; #1353

Encyclopaedia Britannica, gift, 50 sets to German newspapers and DENA, 4/27/49; #791

Encyclopaedia Britannica, editorial revisions, 1/4/63; #1319

Encyclopaedia Britannica, John Benton letter to parents about EB sales experience, 8/27/62; #1246A

Encyclopaedia Britannica, memo, transfer, 7/59; #292B

Encyclopaedia Britannica, memo, General Robert E. Wood, "Monument for the World; Building of the Panama Canal," 11/63; #1333

Encyclopaedia Britannica, photo, Great Books presentation, 4/52; #1434

Encyclopaedia Britannica, photo, publication of The Great EB, 5/58; #1568

Encyclopaedia Britannica, photo, Benton tribute, 5/24/49; #1511

Encyclopaedia Britannica, photo, meeting of Board of Directors, 1957; #1529

Encyclopaedia Britannica, photo, Canadian Medal presentation, 10/68; #2216

Encyclopaedia Britannica, photo, First Edition replica, 10/68; #1497

Encyclopaedia Britannica, photo, Kennedy Memorial Library, 3/3/65; #2055

Encyclopaedia Britannica, photo, Adlai Stevenson at Geneva cocktail party, 7/8/65; #2089

Encyclopaedia Britannica, photo, 3/60; #1182A

Encyclopaedia Britannica, photo, reception by British Prime Minister and Guildhall dinner, 10/15/68; #2211A

Encyclopaedia Britannica, photo, EB sales convention, 5/18/70; #2253

Encyclopaedia Britannica, promotional literature, Benton, "Message to College Men," 1/59; #1182

Encyclopaedia Britannica, radio, 2/21/64; #1943

Encyclopaedia Britannica, radio, Benton's account of Russian trip, 7/22/62; #1305

Encyclopaedia Britannica, radio, discussion of television quiz shows, payola, Latin American trip, and EB, 1/23/60; #1601

Encyclopaedia Britannica, radio, 6/25-26/64; #1984

Encyclopaedia Britannica, radio, forthcoming Russian trip and EB, 10/11/55; #980

Encyclopaedia Britannica, radio, overseas broadcast, 190th anniversary of EB, 6/6/58; #1104

Encyclopaedia Britannica, radio, Benton's views on business, 12/61; #1795

Encyclopaedia Britannica, speech, "Academy for Adults," 10/9/62; #1906

Encyclopaedia Britannica, speech, Compton Achievement Conference, 10/7/72; #2295

Encyclopaedia Britannica, speech, "Decade Ahead," 190th anniversary of publication of Encyclopaedia Britannica, 6/10/58; #511

Encyclopaedia Britannica, speech, dinner commemorating Benton's 25th anniversary as publisher, 2/1/68; #2179

Encyclopaedia Britannica, speech, Preble's retirement, 9/30/59; #1277

Encyclopaedia Britannica, speech, "UNESCO; The Dream Comes of Age,"" 10/11/67; #2163

Encyclopaedia Britannica, speech, EB international sales division meeting, 6/26/67; #2158

Encyclopaedia Britannica, speech, two short speeches in Scotland at reception honoring Britannica's 200th anniversary, 5/15/68; #2197

Encyclopaedia Britannica, speech, Encyclopaedia Britannica International Sales Conference, 10/13/68; #2212

Encyclopaedia Britannica, speech, Benton's response to Prime Minister's toast, 10/15/68; #2211

Encyclopaedia Britannica, speech, Harvard Business School Club, 6/1/65; #2065

Encyclopaedia Britannica, speech, introducing The Annals of America, 2/26/69; #2220

Encyclopaedia Britannica, speech, Wisconsin sales convention, 5/18/70; #2253

Encyclopaedia Britannica, speech, Magazine Writers Society, no text, 6/6/57; #97

Encyclopaedia Britannica, speech, presentation to President Johnson of books for 700 elementary schools, 12/14/67; #2174

Encyclopaedia Britannica, speech, Temac meeting, not delivered, 10/4/62; #1905

Encyclopaedia Britannica, speech, Young Executives in Sales Club, outline, 2/9/61; #1791

Encyclopaedia Britannica, speech, "In Memoriam; Robert Redfield," 11/18/58; #1035

Encyclopaedia Britannica, speech, sales meeting for Encyclopaedia Britannica Canada, Ltd., 7/29/65; #2085

Encyclopaedia Britannica, Clifton Fadiman speech, conference of division managers, 2/3/65; #2050

Encyclopaedia Britannica, Robert Preble speech, "Ethics in Selling," 4/13/59; #485

Encyclopaedia Britannica, statement, physics film course, 2/16/57; #45

Encyclopaedia Britannica, statement, sales training film, 12/59; #1381

Encyclopaedia Britannica, statement, year-end statement, 12/59; #1382

Encyclopaedia Britannica, statement, Geoffrey Crowther appointed to board of EB, Ltd., 4/12/56; #47

Encyclopaedia Britannica, television, panel discussion of English language word usage, 6/22/59; #1213

Encyclopaedia Britannica, tribute, Benton and the Great Books, 3/60; #1224A

Encyclopaedia Britannica, tribute, "Tribute to William Benton and Encyclopaedia Britannica," Wisdom Magazine, 7/59; #1224

Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, announcement, "Adlai Stevenson Accepts Chairmanship of Advisory Board," 4/10/57; #24

Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Benton, "Sound Movies for Sound Education," University of Chicago Magazine, 11/43; #771

Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Paul F. Healey, "They Make the Strangest Movies," Saturday Evening Post, 3/7/59; #1240

Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Robert Hutchins, "Founding of Company," University of Chicago Alumni Bulletin, 10/44; #778

Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Maurice Mitchell, "Communications," Britannica Book of the Year, 1958; #517

Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, memo, Charles Benton, "Russian Trip," 9/64; #2042

Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, memo, Milan Herzog, Russian trip, 9/64; #2043

Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, photo, Adlai Stevenson accepts Advisory Board chairmanship, 4/57; #1537

Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, script, "Bill Benton; Fighting Senator," 7/21/52; #1236

Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, speech, "McCarthy's Lies in Regard to Communist Employees of Encyclopaedia Britannica Films," Waterbury Democrats, 10/29/52; #935

Encyclopedia history, Richard McKeon manuscript, "History of Encyclopedias and the Functions of Encyclopedia," 1950; #466

English language, "English Spoken Here, There, Everywhere," Think, 1/2/67; #2116C

English language, "King's English; Taken for a Ride," This Week Magazine, 6/25/38; #896

English language, Japan American Society, 10/69; #2241

Evans, Luther H., "Almost Half the World's Adults Can't Read," New York Times Magazine, 3/16/58; #268

Evans, Benton letter about Russian propaganda and distortions of history, 12/1/55; #131

Explorer's Club, autographed tribute to Benton from several members, 1/7/39; #1534

Marshall Field III: A Biography, Stephen Becker book, 5/64; #1907A

Field, Benton interview with Becker, 10/17/62; #1907

Fitzpatrick, Raymond J., appointed to staff for Benton Senatorial nomination, 1/2/58; #28

Fitzpatrick, letter and Benton reply, "Benton Can Win," 1/15/58; #285A

Fitzpatrick, memo, "Senatorial Nomination; Convention Analysis," 6/58; #1072

Fitzpatrick, memo, "Quick and Easy Reforms, or DeGaulle Showed the Way," drafts, 7/59; #1089

Flanders, Ralph E., Senator from Vermont, 1961; #2005

Flanders, letter to Arthur Watkins, McCarthy's refusal to answer charges in Hennings-Hayden-Hendrickson Report of January 1953, 8/30/54; #1007

Flying Clipper, Jack Zaiman, "Needle's Eye; Cheapest Vacation," Hartford Courant, 9/59; #1290

Flying Clipper, reunion party monologue, Adlai Stevenson, 10/24/59; #1293

Flying Clipper, reunion party monologue, Marietta Tree, 10/24/59; #1286

Flying Clipper, reunion party monologue, Suzette Zurcher, 10/24/59; #1295

Flying Clipper, photo, Venice cruise, 6/61; #1001

Flying Clipper, photo, "Visit to Leningrad," 8/21/60; #1766

Foreign policy, announcement of Benton's membership in Committee for a United Europe, 7/3/53; #21

Foreign policy, appointment to Democratic Advisory Committee on Foreign Policy, 9/26/57; #56

Foreign policy, Benton article, "Education and American Foreign Policy"; #2133

Foreign policy, Award for Distinguished Contribution to International Relations, New York Federation of Women's Clubs, 10/27/50; #454A

Foreign policy, debate, University of Minnesota, 10/22/56; #61

Foreign policy, debate, World Affairs Council, 10/15/56; #63

Foreign policy, Benton letter, to Acheson, budget needs of Information Program, 5/16/46; #690A

Foreign policy, Benton letter, and Warren Austin reply, Marshall Plan of Ideas, 10/50; #151H

Foreign policy, Benton letter, to editor, summit conference for Middle East and expanded Information Program, New York Times, 8/10/58; #759

Foreign policy, Benton letter, to editor, training scientists and foreign aid and federal support for education, ibid., 5/31/56; #675

Foreign policy, Benton letter, to Kenneth McKellar, budget needs for Voice of America, 9/2/50; #523

Foreign policy, Benton letter, to Kenneth McKellar, fund slash for Voice of America, 4/17/51; #1039

Foreign policy, Benton letter, to Robert McLean, press disputes and the State Department, 1/17/46; #1155

Foreign policy, Benton letter, to Sabath and members of Rules Committee, grain to India, 4/20/51; #467

Foreign policy, Benton letter, to Truman, grain to India, 8/18/50; #556

Foreign policy, memo, Russian trip, "Interview with Chairman Nikita Khrushchev," 5/28/64; #1960

Foreign policy, memo, European trip, "Political Analysis of Europe in 1935, 4/35; #1613

Foreign policy, pamphlet, "How to Pierce the Iron Curtain," unpublished, 1959/60; #1227

Foreign policy, panel discussion, "Foreign Service Education," Woodrow Wilson School of Public Affairs, no text, 11/2/56; #132

Foreign policy, report, Conference of Strasbourg, Debates Between the Congress of the United States and the Consultative Assembly of the Council of Europe, 11/51; #1171

Foreign policy, speech, "Russian Education and the Role of Education in Foreign Policy," Agriculture Department, no text, 4/15/66; #2113

Foreign policy, speech, "Republicans and Foreign Policy," Glastonbury Democrats; #1911

Foreign policy, speech, "Goals We Seek," Conference of Commissions of Inter-American Development, 5/10/44; #591

Foreign policy, speech, "U. S. Immigration Laws and Economic Policy in Europe," Conference of Strasbourg, 11/51; #1171

Foreign policy, speech, "Making the World Safe for Diversity," George School graduation, 6/11/55; #166

Foreign policy, speech, "European Immigration," Kiwanis Club of Westport, no text, 8/7/57; #127

Free trade area, Benton meets with leaders of British industry about Common Market for Western Europe, no text, 7/8/57; #19

Free trade area, Benton meets with leaders of British industry about Common Market for Western Europe, 8/57; #19A

Freedom of Information, photo, United Nations Conference on Freedom of Information, 3/48; #1484

Freedom of Information, photo, United Nations Conference on Freedom of Information, 4/48; #821

Freedom of Information, photo, United Nations Conference on Freedom of Information, 1948; #1524

Freedom of Information, photo, report, confidential, Benton's impressions, 3/23-4/24/48; #528B

Freedom of Information, photo, report, U. S. delegates, 5/9/48; #528C

Freedom of Information, speech, "Geneva Conference Thus Far," 4/7/48; #450

Freedom of the press, Robert M. Hutchins, Free and Responsible Press, 4/47; #816

Freedom of the press, Peoples Speaking to Peoples. 1946; #816A

Freedom of the press, speech, Oveta C. Hobby, Alabama Press Association, 2/10/50; #407

Freedom of the press, tribute to Benton during National Newspaper Week, 10/5/50; #521

Gandhi, Mahatma, autographed photo, 1936; #1528

Gandhi, "Gandhi Jubilant Over Party's Gains," New York Times, 7/25/37; #126

George, Lloyd, autographed photo; #1419

Goldstein, Robert, 65th Birthday Tribute to William Benton, 4/1/65; #2058

Great Ideas, Mortimer Adler, with Benton preface, Great Ideas from Great Books, 1961; #1759

Great Ideas, Mortimer Alder, photos, publication and presentation dinner, 4/52; #1433-#1435, #1437-#1438, #1447, #1452, #1513, #1515-#1517, #1541

Great Ideas, Mortimer Alder, "Tribute to William Benton and the Great Books," Wisdom Magazine, 3/60; #1224A

Great Ideas, Benton article, "Great Ideas Today," 1964; #1994

Great Ideas, "There Are Only 102 Great Ideas," Look, 2/48; #1247

Great Ideas, "There Are Only 102 Great Ideas," Ray Josephs, "The Great EB," Christian Science Monitor, 6/58; #292C

Great Ideas, Herman Kogan, "Benton Gambles on the Britannica," University of Chicago Magazine, 1958; #292-292A

Great Ideas, photos, 5/58; #1568-#1570

Great Ideas, photos, Robert Hutchins, 1948; #1413

Great Ideas, Benton preface, Development of Political Theory and Government, 1959; #1804

Great Ideas, promotional literature; #292B

Great Ideas, Benton speech, Great Books division managers' conference, 2/11/64; #1938

Great Ideas, Benton speech, Great Books presentation dinner, 4/15/52; #238

Gross, Gerald, The Responsibility of the Press, 1966; #2151

Gunther, John, Inside South America, 1966; #2223

Gunther, Taken at the Flood, 1960; #1770

Gunther, preface to This Is the Challenge; #282A

Hampton Institute. See Civil rights.

Harris, Seymour, "Educational Policy for Democratic Party," Democratic Advisory Council, 12/19/57; #184

Harris, "Education on the Cuff"; #115

Herblock, photo cartoon, "That Odor Around Here Isn't Coming from West Point"; #1454A

Herblock, photo cartoon, "We Ain't Giving No Information to No Foreigners"; #1454

Herblock, speeches, "State of Our Free Press"; #1617

Herzberg, Donald G., "Wells Phillips Eagleton and Florence Reshine Eagleton Foundation," Douglass College, 4/19/56; #72

Hobby, Oveta Culp. See Marshall Plan of Ideas, freedom of the press.

Hoffman, Paul, all speeches and articles except those about Benton or Encyclopaedia Britannica; #120

Hoffman, with others, "World Without Want," Britannica Book of the Year, 1962; #1859

Hoffman, deposition in McCarthy-Benton lawsuit, 8/19/52; #1844

Hoffman, photo, autographed; #1404

Hoffman, photo, 5/48; #818

Hoffman, photo, with Hutchins at Ford Foundation, 3/51; #1459

Hoffman, photo, with Benton, 1951; wedding, 1962; #1453

Hoffman, press release, "Mr. Benton's Documentary Film, 'Italy Rebuilds,'" 1950; #404

Hoffman, radio, "Government and Business," 4/23/50; #719

Hoffman, radio, "Problems of Prosperity; Government and Business," 4/23/50; #1054

Hoffman, radio, "ECA," 5/17/50; #923

Hoffman, speech, retiring as chairman of Committee for Economic Development, 5/20/48; #120

Hoffman, speech, presentation of William Benton Medal for Distinguished Service, 4/13/72; #2278

Hoffman, speech, tribute dinner, 9/66; #2134

Hoffman, speech, "How to Bring about Economic Growth for all Nations," Kiwanis International Convention, 6/27/60; #120

Hoffman, speech, "Prospects for Progress Toward Peace," New School for Social Research, 1/14/58; #120

Hoffman, speech, tribute, 5/48; #818

House of Representatives, report, "National Defense Education Act," 1958; #1376

House of Representatives, testimony, Appropriations Committee, "Information Program; Budget Needs," 10/17/45; #680

House of Representatives, testimony, Appropriations Committee, "Information Program," 2/28/46; #549

House of Representatives, testimony, Foreign Affairs Committee, "Information Program," 10/16/45; #616

House of Representatives, testimony, Foreign Affairs Committee, "UNESCO; Functions, Responsibilities, Goals," 4/3/46; #1078

House of Representatives, testimony, Resolution #3342, "Smith-Mundt Act," 5/6/47; #1193

House of Representatives, testimony, Resolution #13247, "National Defense Education Act," 7/58; #1378

House of Representatives, testimony, Select Subcommittee on Education, "Establishing a National Institute of Education," 6/14/71; #2267

House of Representatives, testimony, Ways and Means Committee, "Implementation of the Florence and Beirut Agreements," 6/6/66; #2119

House of Representatives, testimonial to Benton and Information Program, 6/6/47; #1202

Howe, John, letter to recipients, undated; #282C

Howe, memo, "How Does War Affect the Round Table?," 12/15/41; #857

Howe, "Memorial Service," 10/12/67; #2166

Howe, "A Tribute," 6/9/38; #864A

Hoyt, Edwin P., The Golden Rot, 1964; #2053

Hoyt, Supersalesmen, 5/62; #1820

Hoyt, Benton letter, How to Make Money, 4/58; #589

Humphrey, Hubert, announcement, "Hubert Humphrey Joins the Encyclopaedia Britannica Board of Directors," 1/9/69; #2217

Humphrey, "Eight Hours with Kruschev," Life, 1/12/59; #1190

Humphrey, "Tribute to Hubert Humphrey," ADA Roosevelt Dinner Journal, 1/28/65; #2047

Humphrey, Russell Baker, "Humphrey; Thunder and Lightning," New York Times, 1/11/59; #1162

Humphrey, Rudy Williams, New York Post, 7/15/68-7/20/68; #2195A

Humphrey, Rudy Williams, Benton interview, 5/29/68; #2195

Humphrey, photos, 1969; #2228, #2257

Humphrey, radio, "Civil Rights; F.E.P.C.," 5/9/50; #962

Humphrey, radio, "Cloture and Civil Rights," 10/10/51; #1128

Humphrey, Benton speech, "Democratic National Convention in Chicago," American Club of Paris, 9/12/68; #2207

Humphrey, Humphrey speech, "Honorary Degree for Senator Humphrey," University of Bridgeport, 6/6/71; #2264

Humphrey, Humphrey speech, "Toward a Unified Policy in the Middle East," Conference on Middle East Development, 2/1/58; #249

Humphrey, Humphrey speech, keynote address, Democratic State Convention, Connecticut, 6/13/52; #442

Humphrey, Humphrey speech, "Humphrey Campaign Contribution," 5/9/60; #1612

Humphrey, Benton testimony, Chairman of Senate Labor and Management Subcommittee, "Civil Rights; In Behalf of Compulsory F.E.P.C. Legislation," 5/6/52; #1016

Hutchins, Robert, Benton article, "Boy Veteran," Ladies Home Journal. 9/38; #461

Hutchins, Hutchins, "Are Our Teachers Afraid to Teach?," Look, 3/9/54; #633D

Hutchins, Hutchins, "United States Education Worse Than Ever; Is Get ting into Cafeteria Stage," New Haven Register, 11/13/55; #633D

Hutchins, Hutchins, "A Liberal Calls for Aid to Church Schools," Saturday Evening Post, 6/8/63; #856

Hutchins, Hutchins, "Dissenting Opinion as a Creative Art," Saturday Review, 8/12/61; #633D

Hutchins, Hutchins, "How to Blunder into War with Russia," Western World, 3/59; #633D

Hutchins, Hutchins, "Autobiography of an Uneducated Man," 1943; #1321

Hutchins, Free and Responsible Press, 4/47; #816

Hutchins, Humanistic Education and Western Civilization, 1964; #1946

Hutchins, "Memorial to Walter Paepcke," 1960; #1062

Hutchins, photo, 1929; #1401

Hutchins, photo, 1948; #1413

Hutchins, photo, 4/52; #1435

Hutchins, photo, with Hoffman at Ford Foundation, 3/51; #1459

Hutchins, radio, "Atomic Force; Its Meaning for Mankind," 8/12/45; #1083

Hutchins, report, with Nelson Rockefeller, "Motion Pictures in the Field of Public Education," 9/37; #1208

Hutchins, Benton speech, Hutchins tribute dinner, 2/20/65; #2046

Hutchins, Benton speech, Hutchins tribute dinner, 12/5/62; #1908

Hutchins, Hutchins speech, "State of the University, 1929-1949"; #633

Hutchins, Hutchins speech, "Administrator Reconsidered," American College of Hospital Administrators, 9/19/55; #633

Hutchins, Hutchins speech, "Freedom," American Jewish Congress, 1/31/56; #633

Hutchins, Hutchins speech, "Observations on an Anniversary," Aspen Institute of Humanistic Studies, 7/69; #2233

Hutchins, Hutchins speech, "Education and a Free Society," University of Bridgeport, 11/6/63; #1920

Hutchins, Hutchins speech, "Higher Education and the National Defense," Chicago Association of Commerce, 1/28/41; #633

Hutchins, Hutchins speech, "New Realism," University of Chicago convocation, 6/15/45; #633

Hutchins, Hutchins speech, "Science and Wisdom in the Atomic Age; Uses of Knowledge," University of Chicago, 12/45; #633

Hutchins, Hutchins speech, "V-E Day," University of Chicago, 5/8/45; #633

Hutchins, Hutchins speech, "Morals, Religion, and Higher Education," 10/48; #633

Hutchins, Hutchins speech, Great Books, 4/52; #815

Hutchins, Hutchins speech, "Is Democracy Possible?," Sidney Hillman Award acceptance, 1/21/59; #633A

Hutchins, Hutchins speech, "Foundations of World Order," Modern Forum, 11/17/47; #633

Hutchins, Hutchins speech, "Fund for the Republic; A Defense," National Press Club, 1/26/55; #633

Hutchins, Hutchins speech, "America and the War," 1/23/41; #633B

Hutchins, Hutchins speech, "Good News of Damnation," Publicity Club of Chicago, 1/8/47; #633

Hutchins, Hutchins speech, "Proposition Is Peace," 3/27/41; #633C

Hutchins, Hutchins speech, "Robert Redfield; In Memoriam," 11/18/58; #1035

Hutchins, Hutchins speech, "Freedom of the Press," Society of Newspaper Editors, 4/22/55; #633

Hutchins, Hutchins speech, "Politics," Young Democratic Club, 6/27/32; #633E

Hutchins, Hutchins speech, Robert Preble's retirement from Encyclopaedia Britannica, 9/30/59; #1277

Hyman, Sidney, The Lives of William Benton, 2/70; #1750

Hyman, William Benton's America, Osaka Fair Art Exhibit, 1970; #2245

Hyman, The Lives of William Benton, "Book Scene," 3/16/70; #1750A

Israel, Benton article, "Nation Must Advance Human Rights," Jewish Ledger, 3/30/50; #1076

Israel, award, Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society (includes photo), 3/23/52; #1426

Israel, certificate of appreciation, Light of the World Dinner, 4/15/56; #1427

Israel, gift, 5 sets Encyclopaedia Britannica to Zionist Organization of America, 12/14/50; #507

Israel, Benton letter to editor, "Soviet Treatment of Jews," Christian Science Monitor, 4/15/58; #503

Israel, speech, "Joint Defense Appeal and Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith," American Jewish Committee, 6/19/52; #1497

Israel, speech, receiving the Human Relations Award of the American Jewish Committee, 10/9/68; #2194

Israel, speech, "Tribute to the Jewish People," American Jewish Committee and the Anti-Defamation League, 6/19/52; #1150

Israel, speech, "Economic Aid to Israel," Connecticut Histadrut Campaign, 9/23/51; #639

Israel, speech, "Why We Should Aid Israel," Temple Beth Israel, 4/16/51; #428

Israel, speech, "Israel Ten Years Later," Key Club of the Bridgeport Jewish Community Council, 5/9/58; #385

Israel, speech, receiving National Human Relations Award, National Conference of Christians and Jews, 4/28/69; #2224

Israel, speech, "Soviet Challenge; Economics and Education," American Jewish Congress, 1/22/56; #83

Israel, speech, "Advocating the Fair Employment Practices Commission and Rule XXII," B'nai B'rith, 10/28/51; #764

Israel, speech, "Soviet Challenge; Sports," B'nai B'rith, no text, 2/29/56; #77

Israel, speech, "U. S. A.; Wasteland or Wise-Land," Brandeis University, 10/22/62; #1861

Israel, speech, "The key to Freedom," 2nd Annual Hadassah Convention, 8/16/66; #2116

Israel, speech, "Wanderers of the World," Hebrew Immigration Aid Society, 3/23/52; #232

Israel, speech, tribute, to Jewish people on Hebrew New Year, 9/12/50; #496

Israel, speech, Jewish National Tree Fund for Reforestation of Israel, trees planted in honor of Benton; #1487

Israel, speech, Jewish National Tree Fund for Reforestation of Israel, 1952; #446

Israel, speech, Jewish National Tree Fund for Reforestation of Israel, 7/56; #1431

Israel, speech, "Infant Republic of Israel," American Committee for Israel's Tenth Anniversary, 3/3/58; #119

Israel, speech, National Committee for Labor Israel, Honor Scroll Presentation, 9/23/51; #1472

Israel, speech, Weizmann Institute, honorary degree conferred, 5/1970; #2259

Italy, articles, Connecticut newspapers cover Po Valley floods and plead for relief funds, 1950; #279

Italy, articles, "Conditions in Italy," il Progresso, 7/5/50; #520

Italy, honorary membership in musicians and printers union conferred by Senor Pastore, Italian Labor Society, 6/50; #1474

Italy, Benton letter to Anthony Arpaia, Soviet propaganda to discredit American aid to flood-damaged Italy, 1/13/52; #488

Italy, Count Carlo Sforza letter to Benton, Benton's legislative record and postwar Italy's welfare, 6/18/51; #652

Italy, photos, presentation of Boys Town Scroll of Honor to Benton, 11/1952; #1589

Italy, presentation, Italian Order of Solidarity, 5/20/54; #1496

Italy, presentation, Italian Order of Solidarity, photo, 5/20/54; #1518

Italy, press conference, Benton's visit to the 43rd Division and the need for revision of McCarran Immigration legislation, 11/29/51; #713

Italy, press conference, "Postwar Italy," 6/14/50; #532

Italy, documentary film script, "Italy Rebuilds," 9/15/50; #404A

Italy, speech, "Italy's Rebuilding," American Chamber of Commerce for Italy, 6/7/50; #534

Italy, speech, "Tribute to the Italian People," Italian Flood Relief Society, 1/31/52; #1059

Johnson, Lady Bird, A White House Diary, 1970; #2268

Johnson, Lyndon, "Visit to the LBJ Ranch," United Press International, 1/73; #2300B

Johnson, photo, inaugural ball, 1964; #2305

Johnson, speech, "Realities of the Modern World," United Jewish Appeal, 6/9/57; #128

Johnson, Nicholas, How to Talk Back to Your Television Set, 1970; #2248

Johnston, Eric, America Unlimited, 1944; #1315

Jones, Jesse, Bascom N. Timmons book, Jesse H. Jones; The Man and the Statesman, 1956; #2004

Jones, photo, autographed; #1414

Jones, photo, Houston Chamber of Commerce Dinner, 12/9/48; #1455

Jones, speech, "Tribute to Jesse Jones," Committee for Economic Development, 5/20/48; #59

Jones, speech, "Where Are We and Where Are We Going?," Houston Chamber of Commerce, 12/9/48; #548

Kempton, Murray, "Buckley's National Bore," National Review, 7/1/56; #971

Kennedy, John F., "Shame of the States," New York Times, 5/18/58; #1047

Kennedy, Benton interview for John F. Kennedy Library Oral History Project, 7/64; #1990

Kennedy, letter, Benton appointed U. S. member of Executive Board of UNESCO, 3/11/63; #1320

Kennedy, letter, Profiles of Courage, 2/18/56; #1912

Kennedy, memorial tribute, Compton house organ, 12/63; #1913

Kennedy, photos, 1963; #2225

Kennedy, photos, Kennedy Memorial Library check presentation, 3/3/65; #2055

Kennedy, photos, inauguration, 1960; #2306

Kennedy, photos, signing bill, 4/23/63; #1326

Kennedy, speech drafts for 1960 campaign prepared by Hyman and other Benton staff, probably unused; #1776

Kennedy, Benton speech, support for Kennedy's foreign aid program, Operation Support, 8/22/61; #1816

Kennedy, Benton speech, introduction at Connecticut Democratic Convention, 6/25/54; #199

Kennedy, television, "Courageous Senators," 11/24/57; #291

Keyserling, Leon, "Eggheads and Politics," New Republic, 10/27/58; #515

Keyserling, articles and drafts; #585

Kimball, Penn, appointed to Benton's Washington office executive secretary; #836

Kimball, Bobby Kennedy and the New Politics, 1968; #2239

Kimball, "Senatorial Nomination; Convention Analysis," Democratic State Convention, Benton's commentary, 6/58; #1169

Korea, Benton's proposal to President Truman to use portable movies to combat Soviet propaganda, 1950; #486

Korea, Benton letter and Warren Austin reply, Campaign of Truth for Korea, 10/13/50; #486A

Korea, radio, "What Have the MacArthur Hearings Proved?," 7/8/51; #1058

Korea, radio, "Connecticut Veterans at Walter Reed Hospital," 7/23/50; #1133

Korea, radio, 7/23/51; #1135

Korea, speech, "MacArthur's Dismissal," Chamber of Commerce of Middletown, 5/7/52; #1119

Korea, speech, VASA First District Convention, 9/30/50; #499

Korea, speech, "Korean War and Voice of America," Windham County Democratic Association, 7/19/50; #502

Korea, speech, "MacArthur and the United States Policy toward Korea," Young Democrats of Connecticut, 5/26/51; #788

Kovago, Joseph, manuscripts; #210

LaFollette, Phil, autographed photo, 1938; #1416

Lash, Joseph, Eleanor; The Years Alone, 1972; #2292

Lasswell, Harold, "Normative Impact of the Behavioral Sciences," Journal of Social, Political, and Legal Philosophy, 4/57; #478A

Lasswell, A Pre-View of Policy Sciences, 1971; #478B

Lasswell, memo, American Policy Commission, 6/3/41; #2068

Lasswell, radio, "What Freedom of Information Means to You," 2/5/50; #554

Lasswell, radio, "Can We Defeat the Propaganda of International Communism?," 8/20/50; #553

Lasswell, speech, "Political Science of Science," American Political Science Association, 9/6/56; #478

Lasswell, speech, "How to Preserve Our Freedom While Rearming," Committee for Economic Development, 12/10/48; #478

Latin America, article, "Voice of Latin America," Britannica Book of the Year, 1961; #1740

Latin America, article, Latin Americans Must Do Their Part," Challenge Magazine, 1/62; #1832

Latin America, Voice of Latin America, hardcover edition, 9/61; #1741

Latin America, Voice of Latin America, paperback edition, 12/65; #1741D

Latin America, footnote, Cooperation for Progress in Latin America, 2/61; #1796

Latin America, footnote, Economic Development of Central America, 11/64; #1989

Latin America, interview, "Hard Look at Our Latin Aid Program," New York World Telegram, 10/7/61; #1825

Latin America, radio, "Voice of Latin America," 12/4/61; #1831A

Latin America, radio, "Voice of Latin America," 10/3/61; #1737

Latin America, radio, "Voice of Latin America," 11/22/61; #1818A

Latin America, radio, "Voice of Latin America," no text, 2/62; #1858

Latin America, radio, 10/6/61; #1824

Latin America, radio, 10/15/61; #1823

Latin America, radio, "Press in Russia, the Congo, and Latin America," 2/2/62; #1851

Latin America, radio, 11/1/61; #1829

Latin America, radio, progress in Latin America, no text, 11/61; #1830

Latin America, speech, "Common Market for Latin America," Democrats of 2nd Congressional District, 5/22/58; #397

Latin America, speech, "For United States Leadership in Developing Latin American Common Market," Herald Tribune Book and Author Luncheon, 12/4/61; #1831

Latin America, speech, Overseas Press Club, no text, 10/4/61; #1818

Latin America, speech, Yale Law School Forum, no text, 10/25/61; #1827

Latin America, television, "Geography in Mid-Century," no text, 11/61; #1833

Latin America, television, "How Can We Strengthen Latin American Relations?," 10/29/61; #1819

Latin American trip, articles, unpublished drafts, 1960; #1738

Latin American trip, articles, "Communist Threat at our Back Door," New York Times, 7/17/60; #1746

Latin American trip, articles, series, North American Newspaper Alliance, 3/60; #1715

Latin American trip, articles, "Is United States Now Losing Out in Latin America?," U. S. News and World Report, 4/11/60; #1726

Latin American trip, articles, "Latin American Trip"; #1738

Latin American trip, articles, "Voice of Latin America," Hartford Courant, 10/11/61; #1741B

Latin American trip, briefing, Ken Holland, 1/25/60; #1744

Latin American trip, briefing, Wayne Morse on Latin American-United States relations, 1/18/60; #1625

Latin American trip, memo, "Conclusions about United States Policy Applied to Latin America," (#94), 4/18/60; #1735

Latin American trip, memo, "General Remarks about Schedules and Protocol throughout the Trip," (#42), 3/22/60; #1676

Latin American trip, memo, Antioquia, (#9), 2/24/60; #1641

Latin American trip, memo, Bogota, production manager for Container Corporation of America, (#6), 2/29/60; #1638

Latin American trip, memo, Bogota, labor leaders (#7), 2/23/60; #1639

Latin American trip, memo, Bogota, students of National University, (#18), 3/1/60; #1650

Latin American trip, memo, Bogota, "Good Monsignor," (#19), 3/1/60; #1651

Latin American trip, memo, Bogota, "Bullfighting," (#20), 3/1/60; #1652

Latin American trip, memo, Bogota, "Visit to the University of the Andes," (#17), 3/1/60; #1649

Latin American trip, memo, Bogota, labor and embassy leaders, (#30), 3/2/60; #1662

Latin American trip, memo, Bogota, government and embassy officials, (#21), 3/3/60; #1653

Latin American trip, memo, Bogota, government and embassy officials, (#22), 3/3/60; #1654

Latin American trip, memo, Bogota, President Lleras, (#10), 2/29/60; #1642

Latin American trip, memo, Brasilia, (#95), 4/1/60; #1714

Latin American trip, memo, Buenos Aires, comments on ex-U. S. Ambassador Nufer and his alleged friendship with Peron, (#59), 3/21/60; #1693

Latin American trip, memo, Buenos Aires, Albion Patterson, (#63), 3/21/60; #1697

Latin American trip, memo, Buenos Aires, Albion Patterson, (#64), 3/21/60; #1698

Latin American trip, memo, Buenos Aires, Albion Patterson, (#65), 3/22/60; #1699

Latin American trip, memo, Buenos Aires, Secretary of Treasury, 3/22/60; #1695

Latin American trip, memo, Buenos Aires, (#68), 3/22/60; #1702

Latin American trip, memo, Buenos Aires, Minister of the Interior, (#58), 3/22/60; #1692

Latin American trip, memo, Buenos Aires, former Minister of Finance, (#60), 3/22/60; #1694

Latin American trip, memo, Buenos Aires, University of Buenos Aires and Bariloche Institute, (#69), 3/23/60; #1703

Latin American trip, memo, Buenos Aires, Ambassador Beaulac, (#57), 3/22/60; #1691

Latin American trip, memo, Buenos Aires, communism in Latin America and Castro, (#62), 3/23/60; #1696

Latin American trip, memo, Buenos Aires, briefing at U. S. Embassy and comments on Stevenson's visit with General Aramburo, (#66), 3/23/60; #1700

Latin American trip, memo, Buenos Aires, Foreign Minister, (#67), 3/28/60; #1701

Latin American trip, memo, Buenos Aires, Minister of Economy, (#79), 4/1/60; #1716

Latin American trip, memo, Caracas, miscellaneous, (#89), 4/7/60; #1728

Latin American trip, memo, Caracas, miscellaneous, Foreign Minister, (#88), 4/1/60; #1727

Latin American trip, memo, Cuzco, Bi-National Center, (#39), 3/9/60; #1671

Latin American trip, memo, Cuzco, train trip, (#56), 3/8/60; #1690

Latin American trip, memo, Guatemala City, (#16), 1/16/60; #1648

Latin American trip, memo, Guayaquil, "Reflections on Trip Planning," (#34), 3/7/60; #1666

Latin American trip, memo, Lima, USIA, (#31), 3/7/60; #1663

Latin American trip, memo, Lima, "Embassy Briefing; Intellectual and Political Leaders," (#36), 3/8/60; #1668

Latin American trip, memo, Lima, "Visit to the Slums," (#37), 3/9/60; #1669

Latin American trip, memo, Lima, "Embassy Briefing Session," (#35), 3/9/60; #1667

Latin American trip, memo, Lima, Premier, (#38), 3/9/60; #1670

Latin American trip, memo, Mexico City, Foreign Minister, (#3), 2/15/60; #1622

Latin American trip, memo, Mexico City, Finance Minister, (#4), 2/15/60; #1623

Latin American trip, memo, Mexico City, Education Minister, (#5), 2/15/60; #1624

Latin American trip, memo, Mexico City, briefing session at U. S. Embassy, (#1), 2/15/60; #1620

Latin American trip, memo, Mexico City, President, (#41), 2/16/60; #1675

Latin American trip, memo, Mexico City, administrative set-up of University of Mexico, (#2), 2/16/60; #1621

Latin American trip, memo, Micchu Picchu, Latin American universities by group returning from Santiago University conference, (#40A), 3/3/60; #1672A

Latin American trip, memo, Micchu Picchu, former rector at University of Cuzco, (#40), 3/9/60; #1672

Latin American trip, memo, Montevideo, general background notes, (#72), 3/24/60; #1706

Latin American trip, memo, Montevideo, motion pictures and Latin American economy, (#71), 3/25/60; #1705

Latin American trip, memo, Panama City, President and Ambassador, (#15), 2/18/60; #1647

Latin American trip, memo, Quito, Foreign Minister, (#23), 3/2/60; #1655

Latin American trip, memo, Quito, Central University officials, (#24), 3/2/60; #1656

Latin American trip, memo, Quito, Foreign Minister, (#25), 3/2/60; #1657

Latin American trip, memo, Quito, President and Ambassador, (#26), 3/2/60; #1658

Latin American trip, memo, Quito, head of USIA, (#33), 3/4/60; #1665

Latin American trip, memo, Quito, labor leaders, (#29), 3/4/60; #1661

Latin American trip, memo, Quito, USOM Industry Officer, (#28), 3/4/60; #1660

Latin American trip, memo, Quito, ex-President, (#27), 3/7/60; #1659

Latin American trip, memo, Quito, ex-President, (#32), 3/7/60; #1664

Latin American trip, memo, Rio de Janeiro, Ministry of Education, (#91), 3/26/60; #1732

Latin American trip, memo, Rio de Janeiro, briefing at the Embassy, (#81), 3/31/60; #1718

Latin American trip, memo, Rio de Janeiro, slums and miscellaneous comments, (#87), 3/31/60; #1724

Latin American trip, memo, Rio de Janeiro, Pan American operations, (#83), 3/31/60; #1720

Latin American trip, memo, Rio de Janeiro, Foreign Ministry, (#86), 3/31/60; #1723

Latin American trip, memo, Rio de Janeiro, U. S.-Latin American relations, (#84), 4/1/60; #1721

Latin American trip, memo, Rio de Janeiro, (#85), 4/1/60; #1722

Latin American trip, memo, Rio de Janeiro, comments at cocktail party announcing Brazilian Encyclopedia, (#90), 4/4/60; #1731

Latin American trip, memo, San Jose, briefing, (#11), 2/23/60; #1643

Latin American trip, memo, San Jose, President and Cabinet, (#14), 2/23/60; #1646

Latin American trip, memo, San Jose, briefing for Panama Canal, (#12), 2/23/60; #1644

Latin American trip, memo, San Jose, Jose Figueres, (#13), 2/23/60; #1645

Latin American trip, memo, Santa Cruz, agricultural problems and work of FAO, 3/60; #1733B

Latin American trip, memo, Santiago, students and South American millionaires, (#54), 3/10/60; #1689A

Latin American trip, memo, Santiago, miscellaneous notes mostly about agricultural problems, (#51), 3/14/60; #1686

Latin American trip, memo, Santiago, Stevenson's conference with students and Benton's offer of Encyclopaedia Britannica yearbooks, (#55), 3/14/60; #1689B

Latin American trip, memo, Santiago, cultural exchange program, (#53), 3/14/60; #1688

Latin American trip, memo, Santiago, opposition leaders in the Congress, (#52), 3/16/60; #1687

Latin American trip, memo, Santiago, copper industry, (#50), 3/16/60; #1685

Latin American trip, memo, Santiago, briefing sessions at U. S. Embassy, (#49), 3/16/60; #1684

Latin American trip, memo, Santiago, University of Chile and University of Mexico, (#46), 3/16/60; #1681

Latin American trip, memo, Santiago, economic conditions, (#47), 3/16/60; #1682

Latin American trip, memo, Santiago, Labor Minister, (#43), 3/16/60; #1677

Latin American trip, memo, Santiago, import controls on U. S. cars, (#45), 3/16/60; #1679

Latin American trip, memo, Santiago, Chilean government officials, (#48), 3/17/60; #1683

Latin American trip, memo, Santiago, President, (#44), 3/21/60; #1678

Latin American trip, memo, Santiago, Foreign Minister, (#70), 3/28/60; #1704

Latin American trip, memo, Santiago, foreign relations, (#92), 4/11/60; #1733

Latin American trip, memo, Sao Paulo, labor situation, (#93), 3/60; #1734

Latin American trip, memo, Sao Paulo, industry, (#75), 3/25/60; #1709

Latin American trip, memo, Sao Paulo, political and economic conditions in Brazil, (#74), 3/28/60; #1708

Latin American trip, memo, Sao Paulo, Consul General and staff, (#78), 3/28/60; #1712

Latin American trip, memo, Sao Paulo, Hickman Price's dinner, (#73), 3/28/60; #1707

Latin American trip, memo, Sao Paulo, ranch of International Packers and lunch at Irwins, (#76), 3/29/60; #1710

Latin American trip, memo, Sao Paulo, economics and American capital in South America, (#77), 3/29/60; #1711

Latin American trip, memo, Sao Paulo, Mercedes Benz and General Motors plants, (#80), 3/31/60; #1717

Latin American trip, memo, Sao Paulo, briefing by Public Works Minister, (#82), 4/5/60; #1719

Latin American trip, Currie Lauchlin memo and Benton's comments about problems in Colombia, (#8), 2/29/60; #1640

Latin American trip, Edward Miller, Jr. memo to Stevenson, 2/27/60; #1739

Latin American trip, Raul Prebisch memo about need for economic development policy in Latin America, 3/60; #1733A

Latin American trip, Kalman Silvert memo, Argentina #8, 2/60; #1633

Latin American trip, Kalman Silvert memo, Brazil #10, 2/60; #1635

Latin American trip, Kalman Silvert memo, Chile #7, 2/60; #1632

Latin American trip, Kalman Silvert memo, Colombia #4, 2/60; #1629

Latin American trip, Kalman Silvert memo, Costa Rica #2, 2/60; #1627

Latin American trip, Kalman Silvert memo, Ecuador #5, 2/60; #1630

Latin American trip, Kalman Silvert memo, Guatemala #12, 2/60; #1637

Latin American trip, Kalman Silvert memo, Mexico #1, 2/60; #1626

Latin American trip, Kalman Silvert memo, Panama #3, 2/60; #1628

Latin American trip, Kalman Silvert memo, Peru #6, 2/60; #1631

Latin American trip, Kalman Silvert memo, Uruguay #9, 2/60; #1634

Latin American trip, Kalman Silvert memo, Venezuela #11, 2/60; #1636

Latin American trip, Carleton Smith memos, 4/60; #1742

Latin American trip, Adlai Stevenson notes, 2-3/61; #1242

Latin American trip, photos; #1680

Latin American trip, press conference, Benton, 4/7/60; #1729

Latin American trip, press conference, Stevenson, Argentina, 3/19/60; #1725

Latin American trip, press conference, Stevenson, Venezuela, 4/4/60; #1743

Latin American trip, press conference, Stevenson, Uruguay, 3/21/60; #1745

Latin American trip, radio, 4/7/60; #1730

Latin American trip, statement, "Latin American Trip with Governor Stevenson," 2/7/60; #1399

Latin American trip, television, "Tightrope in Havana," 6/18/60; #1736

Latin American trip, television, 4/8/60; #1713

Latin American trip, television, "How Can We Strengthen Latin American Relations?," 10/29/61; #1819

Leacacos, John P., Fires in the In-Basket, 1968; #2231

Lehman, Herbert, Benton endorsements in 1952 campaign; #480

Lehman, Allan Nevins book, Herbert H. Lehman and His Era, 1963; #1926

Lehman, radio, "Civil Rights," 5/3/50; #925

Lehman, speech, "Challenge of Sputnik and What It Means; A Program of Action," Einstein College of Medicine, 11/24/57; #730

Lehman, speech, "Way to Peace and Security in the Middle East," National Council of Jewish Women Convention Banquet, 3/21/57; #103

Lehman, speech, "Government Reorganization," 3/29/50; #934

Lehman, speech, "McCarthy Challenge by Senator Benton," 12/14/54; #691

Lehman, Senate testimony, "Marshall Plan of Ideas; Resolution #243," 7/50; #882

Lieberman, Joseph, The Power Broker, 1966; #2137

Lilienthal, David E., The Journals of David E. Lilienthal, v. 3, 1966; #2159

Louchheim, Katie, By the Political Sea, 1970; #2262

Luce, Clare Booth, Stephen Shadegg book, Clare Booth Luce, 1970; #2291

Luce, "Flying Clipper" cruise, photo, 6/61; #1001

Luce, speech in House, "Information Program and State Department," 9/11/45; #1220

Luce, Henry, W. A. Swanberg, Luce and his Empire; #2237

Annes, Marya, "What's Wrong with Our Press?," American Society of Newspaper Editors, 4/21/60; #1616

Marsh, Reginald, miscellaneous articles, 1955-1956; #113

Marsh, Harry Gilroy, "Whitney May Get 239 Works by Reginald Marsh," New York Times, 10/3/67; #2168

Marsh, Theatre World Drawings of Reginald Marsh, 11/72; #133D

Marsh, Marsh portrait of Benton, 1948; #1535

Marsh, photo, 8/52; #1458

Marsh, photo, humorous note and sketch sent to Benton; #1587

Marsh, photo, #1412

Marsh, photo, postscript; #1587

Marshall Plan of Ideas, editorial, Christian Century, 4/50; #151I

Marshall Plan of Ideas, editorial, "Struggle for the Minds and Loyalties of Mankind," New York Times, 3/23/50; #151A

Marshall Plan of Ideas, hearings, Senate Foreign Relation Committee, 7/5-7/50; #151B

Marshall Plan of Ideas, interview, 6/11/50; #1060

Marshall Plan of Ideas, Benton letter and Warren Austin reply, 10/13/50; #151H

Marshall Plan of Ideas, letter, Lawton J. Collins to Benton, 7/50; #151E

Marshall Plan of Ideas, letter, Oveta Culp Hobby to Benton, 7/10/50; #151L

Marshall Plan of Ideas, letter, Cordell Hull to Thomas Elbert, 7/13/50; #151F

Marshall Plan of Ideas, photos, Senate hearings, 7/52; #882

Marshall Plan of Ideas, radio, 3/22/50; #926

Marshall Plan of Ideas, radio, reaction of Connecticut constituents, 4/50; #917

Marshall Plan of Ideas, radio, 7/23/50; #513

Marshall Plan of Ideas, speech, 7/5-7/50; #151B-151J

Marshall Plan of Ideas, speech, 7/5/50; #682

Marshall Plan of Ideas, speech, 3/22/50; #151

Marshall Plan of Ideas, speech, 7/11/50; #151J

Marshall Plan of Ideas, speech, "Samuel Goldwyn's Offer of Services of Motion Picture Industry to Carry Out Marshall Plan of Ideas," 7/12/50; #483

Marshall Plan of Ideas, speech, Venterans of Foreign Wars Convention, 6/24/50; #533

Marshall Plan of Ideas, speech, Woodbury Town Hall Meeting, 10/26/50; #453

Marshall Plan of Ideas, Senate statement, 7/5/50; #151C

Marshall Plan of Ideas, telegram, Samuel Goldwyn on behalf of motion picture industry, 7/12/50; #151D

Marshall Plan of Ideas, television, 8/2/50; #1056

Marshall Plan of Ideas, Senate testimony, Acheson, 7/5/50; #882

Marshall Plan of Ideas, Senate testimony, Edward W. Barrett, 7/50; #882

Marshall Plan of Ideas, Senate testimony, Dulles, 7/50; #882

Marshall Plan of Ideas, Senate testimony, Eisenhower, 7/50; #882

Marshall Plan of Ideas, Senate testimony, Mark Ethridge, 7/50; #882

Marshall Plan of Ideas, Senate testimony, Ralph E. Flanders, 7/50; #882

Marshall Plan of Ideas, Senate testimony, Frank P. Graham, 7/50; #882

Marshall Plan of Ideas, Senate testimony, Robert C. Hendrickson, 7/50; #882

Marshall Plan of Ideas, Senate testimony, Lehman, 7/50; #882

Marshall Plan of Ideas, Senate testimony, Marshall, 7/50; #882

Marshall Plan of Ideas, Senate testimony, Wayne Morse, 7/50; #882

Marshall Plan of Ideas, Senate testimony, Mundt, 7/50; #882

Marshall Plan of Ideas, Senate testimony, Stanley H. Ruttenberg, 7/7/50; #882

Marshall Plan of Ideas, Senate testimony, David Sarnoff, 7/6/50; #882

Marshall Plan of Ideas, Senate testimony, Walter B. Smith, 7/50; #882

Marshall Plan of Ideas, Senate testimony, George Stoddard, 7/18/50; #882

Matusow, Harvey, False Witness, 1955; #2205

Mayer, Milton, "Four Lives of William Benton," Esquire, 7/58; #275

Mayer, "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot," Progressive Magazine, 6/59; #1120

Mayer, "William Benton; The Country's No. 1 No. 2 Man," Life Magazine, 1/14/46; #261

Mayer, with Benton, editorial and article ideas for University of Chicago, 1937-1939; #725

McCarthy, Joseph, Benton article, "Europe and Senator McCarthy," Fort-nightly Review, 4/54; #6

McCarthy, Joseph, "Europe and McCarthy," New Leader, 7/22/57; #9

McCarthy, Willard Edwards, "William Benton Tries a Comeback," National Review, 6/7/58; #557

McCarthy, Leo Flaherty, "Senator Benton's Courage in McCarthy Case," Commonweal, 2/4/55; #711

McCarthy, Larry Lader, "Who Really Stopped McCarthy?," 1959; #1360

McCarthy, Frank S. Meyer, "Meaning of McCarthyism," National Review, 6/14/58; #572

McCarthy, Drew Pearson, "McCarthy Challenge by Senator Benton," Denver Post, 12/12/54; #691A

McCarthy, Richard Rovere, "Last Days of McCarthy," Esquire, 8/58; #632

McCarthy, Edward B. Williams, "Final Irony of Joe McCarthy," Saturday Evening Post, 6/9/62; #1767

McCarthy, Henry Christman, History of Bigotry, 1960; #1316

McCarthy, Clinton Anderson and Milton Viorst, Outsider in the Senate; #2270

McCarthy, Jack Anderson and Ronald W. May, McCarthy; The Man, The Senator, The Ism, 1952; #1747

McCarthy, Robert Griffith, The Politics of Fear; Joseph R. McCarthy and the Senate, 1970; #2269

McCarthy, Paul Michael Rogin, The Intellectuals and McCarthy; The Radical Specter, 1967; #2157

McCarthy, James Rorty and Moshe Decter, McCarthy and the Communists, 1954; #2206

McCarthy, Richard Rovere, Senator Joe McCarthy, 1959; #632A

McCarthy, Arthur V. Watkins, Enough Rope, 1969; #2258

McCarthy, editorial, Stanley Allen, "One Man's Freedom," The New Republic, 7/62; #1767A

McCarthy, editorial, "Benton Invades Wisconsin," Christian Century, 7/16/52; #1109

McCarthy, editorial, "McCarthy; Wisconsin Senatorial Election Returns," Commonweal, 9/26/52; #996

McCarthy, editorial, "Financial Affairs of McCarthy," The New Republic, 3/30/53; #781

McCarthy, editorial, "McCarthy; A Documented Record," Progressive Magazine, 4/54; #1088

McCarthy, hearings, Select Committee to Study Censure Charges, Resolution #301, part I, 8/54; #569

McCarthy, hearings, Select Committee to Study Censure Charges, Resolution #301, part II, 8/54; #569A

McCarthy, hearings, Select Committee to Study Censure Charges, Resolution #301, volume VII, 9/10/54; #569B

McCarthy, hearings, Select Committee to Study Censure Charges, Resolution #301, 9/9/54; #569C

McCarthy, hearings, Select Committee to Study Censure Charges, Resolution #301, 9/8/54; #569D

McCarthy, hearings, Select Committee to Study Censure Charges, Resolution #301, volume VIII, 9/11/54; #569E

McCarthy, hearings, Privileges and Elections Subcommittee of Rules and Administration Committee, Resolution #187, part I, 9/51 and 5/52; #519A

McCarthy, hearings, Privileges and Elections Subcommittee of Rules and Administration Committee, Resolution #187, volume I, 9/28/51; #1372

McCarthy, hearings, Privileges and Elections Subcommittee of Rules and Administration Committee, Resolution #187, volume IA, 5/12/52; #1367

McCarthy, hearings, Privileges and Elections Subcommittee of Rules and Administration Committee, Resolution #187, volume II, 5/13/52; #1368

McCarthy, hearings, Privileges and Elections Subcommittee of Rules and Administration Committee, Resolution #187, volume III, 5/14/52; #1369

McCarthy, hearings, Privileges and Elections Subcommittee of Rules and Administration Committee, Resolution #187, volume IV, 5/15/52; #1370

McCarthy, hearings, Privileges and Elections Subcommittee of Rules and Administration Committee, Resolution #187, volume V, 5/16/52; #1371

McCarthy, hearings, Privileges and Elections Subcommittee of Rules and Administration Committee, Resolution #304, volume I, 7/3/52; #1373

McCarthy, income tax return, 1948; #1004

McCarthy, Benton interview, Catholic reaction to McCarthy from 1950 to 1954, 2/72; #2283

McCarthy, lawsuit, deposition, Stanley Allen, 9/3/52; #1845

McCarthy, lawsuit, deposition, Benton, 6/4/52; #1849

McCarthy, lawsuit, deposition, Benton, 6/5/52; #1846

McCarthy, lawsuit, deposition, Millard E. Tydings and Edward P. Morgan, 9/3/52; #1848

McCarthy, lawsuit, deposition, Walter Bedell Smith, 9/29/52; #1850

McCarthy, lawsuit, deposition, Paul Hoffman, 8/19/52; #1844

McCarthy, lawsuit, deposition, Whitaker, Myers, Miller, and Desmond, 8/23/52; #1843

McCarthy, lawsuit, deposition, Drew Pearson, 10/5/51; #1842

McCarthy, lawsuit, dropped, various newspapers, 3/54; #1204

McCarthy, lawsuit, proceedings before Honorable Burnita Shelton Matthews, 8/19/52; #1847

McCarthy, McCarthy letter to Guy Gillette, Benton Resolution #187, 3/6/52; #813

McCarthy, Benton letter, protesting Williams' article on McCarthy, Saturday Evening Post, 8/25/62; #1767B

McCarthy, Benton letter, to Guy Gillette, McCarthy's evasions of Privileges and Elections Subcommittee's hearings and subpoena, 7/4/52; #1834

McCarthy, Benton letter, to Howard McGrath, McCarthy's charges against Acheson and Phillip Jessup, 9/1/51; #1020

McCarthy, Benton letter, to editor, televised McCarthy hearings, New York Times, 6/29/54; #1222

McCarthy, Benton letter, Ralph Flanders to Arthur Watkins, McCarthy's refusal to answer charges in Hennings-Hayden-Hendrickson Report of January 1953, 8/30/54; #1007

McCarthy, Benton letter, Milton Fogelman to Benton, support in face of McCarthy threat to label Benton supporters as co-conspirators, 6/7/52; #774

McCarthy, Benton letter, Elmo Roper to Edward Fay, political attitudes in Connecticut toward the McCarthy issue, 5/14/58; #615

McCarthy, Benton letter, G. P. Van Arkel to Benton, 30,000 word testimony on McCarthy lawsuit, 1/53; #1841

McCarthy, Benton letter, William Proxmire to Benton, McCarthy influences in 1956 campaign, 9/1/57; #779

McCarthy, photo, "Benton Sees the Shadow of McCarthyism," Milwaukee Journal, 10/26/58; #1142

McCarthy, photo, 8/51; #519A

McCarthy, Benton press conference, postwar Italy, 6/14/50; #532

McCarthy, radio, Benton interview, 5/11/53; #1008

McCarthy, radio, Benton interview, 2/10-11/64; #1939

McCarthy, radio, "Ten Tricks of the Devil's Trade," 10/18/52; #703

McCarthy, radio, 10/8/51; #1138

McCarthy, radio, 8/20/52; #954

McCarthy, radio, "McCarthy's Stormy Career," 10/28/52; #942

McCarthy, report, Bean Report on McCarthy's influence in 1954 mid-term elections; #144

McCarthy, report, Privileges and Elections Subcommittee of Rules and Administration Committee, Resolutions #187 and #304, 1952; #1205

McCarthy, report, Select Committee to Study Censure Charges, Proposal of Senator Flanders to Oust McCarthy, Resolution #301, 8/2/54; #569

McCarthy, report, Resolution #187, 8/6/51; #948-948A

McCarthy, Benton speech, "Politics," Federated Democratic Women's Club, 5/3/52; #561

McCarthy, Benton speech, "People versus McCarthy Meeting," Hunter College, 5/24/54

McCarthy, Benton speech, "Democratic Party," Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, 4/11/53; #207

McCarthy, Benton speech, "Principles of Christianity and Patriotism," Postal Workers' Communion Breakfast, 5/18/52; #228

McCarthy, Benton speech, "Exposing Communist Influences in Connecticut," 4/28/52; #699

McCarthy, Benton speech, "Congress; Morality and Responsibility," CIO Education Conference, 4/5/52; #231

McCarthy, Benton speech, "McCarthy's Lies in Regard to Communist Employees of Encyclopaedia Britannica Films," Waterbury Democrats, 10/29/52; #935

McCarthy, Benton speech, West Haven Democratic Town Committee, 8/51; #1866

McCarthy, Benton speech, "Politics, McCarthy, and Democratic Party Achievements," Wisconsin State Democratic Convention, 6/28/52; #421

McCarthy, Benton speech, "Democratic Perspective," Young Democratic Club of Storrs, 11/5/53; #203

McCarthy, Benton speech, "Creeping Corruption," University of Wisconsin Young Democrats, 1/13/54; #202

McCarthy, Benton speech, Senate, "Warning to the Senate," 2/1/51; #684

McCarthy, Benton speech, Senate, "Resolution #187 and McCarthy's Role in Maryland Senatorial Election of 1950," 8/6/51; #1053

McCarthy, Benton speech, Senate, Senate Resolution #187 calling for investigation, 9/28/51; #519

McCarthy, Benton speech, Senate, "Senator McCarthy's Slanderous Attacks on the Ed Murrow Show," 3/18/52; #566

McCarthy, Benton speech, Senate, in defense of expulsion resolution, 7/5/52; #949

McCarthy, Herbert Lehman speech, "McCarthy Challenge by Senator Benton," 12/14/54; #691

McCarthy, McCarthy speech, "Communists in State Department," Women's Republican Clubs, 2/9/50; #1006

McCarthy, McCarthy speech, "Communists in State Department," excerpts, 2/20/50; #941

McCarthy, Richard Neuberger speech, "William Benton as Statesman of Great Courage; McCarthy Challenge Cost him Senate Seat," 1/18/60; #1602

McCarthy, Margaret Chase Smith et al., "Declaration of Conscience; Smear Tactics of McCarthy," 6/1/50; #1840

McCarthy, statement, "Evils of McCarthyism," Public Affair Committee of Freedom House, 1952; #997

McCarthy, Benton statement, "Answers to Action Brought by Senator McCarthy," 1952; #994

McCarthy, Benton statement, "Joseph Come Lately in the Fight Against Communists," 10/8/51; #1032

McCarthy, Benton statement, "Employment of an Admitted Homosexual Ex-Communist on his Staff," 10/27/51; #1031

McCarthy, Benton statement, "McInerney Letter to Benton Stating McCarthy's Duty to Inform Department of Justice of Communistic Evidence in Government," 12/19/51; #1029

McCarthy, Benton statement, "Removal of Senators Smith and Hendrickson by Senator McCarthy," 1/16/52; #982

McCarthy, Benton statement, "Mr. Benton Waives his Immunity," 3/27/52; #1102

McCarthy, Benton statement, "Use of Tape Recordings in McCarthy Judicial Proceedings," 5/6/52; #787

McCarthy, Benton statement, pre-trial depositions, 8/52; #748

McCarthy, Benton statement, "Mr. Benton Repeats Demands for a Federal Per jury Prosecution, Citing 14 Examples of Knowingly False Testimony Given under Oath by McCarthy," 8/31/52; #775

McCarthy, Benton statement, "Like It or Not, the Entire Republican Party Is Now Saddled with Senator McCarthy," 9/10/52; #792

McCarthy, Benton statement, "Subcommittee on Privileges and Elections Stymied by McCarthy Tactics," 9/28/52; #995

McCarthy, Benton telegram to Arthur Watkins, McCarthy censure issue, 9/13/54; #753

McCarthy, television, panel discussion, 10/10/51; #724

McCarthy, television, McCarthy interview, 3/23/52; #987

McMahon, Brien, "Galloping Inflation Can Destroy Us, Too," Connecticut State CIO Yearbook, 1952; #245

McMahon, radio, "Congress; Its Coming Issues," 2/17/52; #967

McMahon, speech, "Atomic Energy; Peaceful Uses," Sir John Maud Lecture Series; #17

McMahon, Senate speech, "Government Reorganization and Senator Benton's Fight for It," 5/24/50; #630

McMahon, Senate speech, "Vital Needs for Foreign Aid," 4/23/51; #245A

McMahon, Benton statement, "Exchange of Scientific Information with NATO and Inaccuracy of Washington News Releases," 10/28/57; #46

McMahon, Benton statement, "Tribute to Brien McMahon on his Candidacy for Re-Election," 4/2/52; #1099

McMahon, Benton tribute, 12/61; #1837

McMahon, Benton tribute, Democratic National Convention, 7/25/52; #707

Meacham, Harry M., The Caged Panther, 1967; #2200

Meehan, Thomas, "Amos 'n Andy," New York Times, 12/72; #2319

Military policy, Benton letter to Connecticut constituents about Universal Military Training Act, 3/28/51; #798

Military policy, "Constitutional Powers of President and Bricker Amendment," 3/22/51; #469

Military policy, Benton testimony, Preparedness Subcommittee of Armed Forces Committee, reply to nine questions directed by Special Counsel to Committee, 1/28/58; #153

Mitchell, Maurice, "Communications," Britannica Book of the Year, 1958; #517

Mitchell, "Education; A New Era Begins," Fenn College, 5/20/58; #850

Mitchell, Senate testimony, Labor and Welfare Committee, "Educational Films," 3/58; #516

Montapert, Alfred Armond, Distilled Wisdom, 1964; #2150

Moore, Olga, I'll Meet You in the Lobby, 1950; #1868

Morgan, Edmund S., speeches and articles; #1283

Morison, Stanley, 65th Birthday Tribute to William Benton, 4/1/65; #2057

Morison, autographed photo, 1957; #1409

Morros, Boris, "My Ten Years as a Counterspy," Look Magazine, 11/26/57; #884

Morros, My Ten Years as a Counterspy; #884

Morse, Wayne, briefing on Latin American-U. S. relations, 1/18/60; #1625

Morse, speech and letter about promoting world peace through the rule of law and through economic aid, Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference, 12/57; #162

Morse, television, 1952 campaign, 10/31/52; #933

Morse, Senate testimony, Marshall Plan of Ideas, 7/50; #882

Muzak, "Life Goes to a Party," Life Magazine, 11/17/48; #290

Muzak, Paul Lazarsfeld report, "Subscription Radio; Sampling Public Attitudes on Behalf of Muzak," 12/44; #33

Muzak, Benton statement, "Sale and Background," 9/20/57; #14

Muzak, Joseph Weiner testimony, "Subscription Radio; A Plea in Behalf of Muzak," Federal Communications Commission, 10/12/44; #727

Mynell, Francis, My Lives, 1971; #2284

National Defense Education Act, Senate hearings, Reorganization Subcommittee of Government Operations Committee, part 2, 6/58; #1377

National Defense Education Act, Language Development Program, 1958; #1375

National Defense Education Act, report, House Education and Labor Committee, 1958; #1376

National Defense Education Act, Resolution #13247, House Education and Labor Committee, 7/58; #1378

National Defense Education Act, summary and analysis, 1958; #1379

Nehru, Jawaharlal, autographed photo, 1936; #1476

Nelson, Charles A., Developing Responsible Public Leaders, 1963; #1929

Ogburn, William, manuscripts and articles; #494

PM Magazine, announcement, art contest, 4/40; #1174

PM Magazine, announcement, Ingersoll, no-advertising policy, 3/40; #1216

PM Magazine, by-laws, 2/9/40; #1173

PM Magazine, edition, first, 6/18/40; #1000

PM Magazine, edition, Sunday, 6/16/40; #1159

PM Magazine, edition, preview, 6/14/40; #1160

PM Magazine, Max Annenberg dynasty, circulation wars conference, 5/31/40; #1175

PM Magazine, interviews, 5/7/40; #1167

PM Magazine, letters; #1170

PM Magazine, mailing pieces, 6/4/40; #1172

PM Magazine, prospectus, 1940; #1161

Palgunov, lectures, in Russian only, 1955; #1048

Palmer, Gretta, "If I Were 21," Ladies Home Journal, 1/7/47; #1252

Pearson, Drew, "McCarthy Challenge by Senator Benton," Denver Post, 12/12/54; #691A

Pearson, USA; Second Class Power?, 1958; #1933

Pearson, L. B., discussion about non-governmental organizations, 6/27/55; #983

Platt, John R., "Step to Man," Science Magazine, 1965; #2117

Politics. See also Advertising, Campaigns, Democratic Advisory Council.

Politics. See also Advertising, Louis H. Bean, "Benton's Chances in 1962," 6/61; #1813

Politics. See also Advertising, Louis H. Bean, How to Predict the 1950 Elections," 8/21/50; #612

Politics. See also Advertising, Louis H. Bean, "Influences in the 1954 Mid-Term Elections," Public Affairs Institute, 1954; #144

Politics. See also Advertising, Louis H. Bean, "Vote Getting Record; Benton, Bowles, Dodd," 4/58; #394

Politics. See also Advertising, Benton article, "Join a Party-Either Party but Join," Ladies Home Journal, 5/52; #239

Politics. See also Advertising, Benton article, "Salesman and Politician," New York Sales Executive, 9/49; #263

Politics. See also Advertising, Benton article, "Why More Businessmen Should Be Democrats," Progressive Magazine, 10/56; #39

Politics. See also Advertising, article, Irwin Ross, "Battle of Connecticut," New York Post, 5/18/58; #558

Politics. See also Advertising, article, Mennen G. Williams, "Can Businessmen Be Democrats?, "Harvard Business Review, 3-4/58; #256

Politics. See also Advertising, book, G. William Domhoff, Fat Cats and Democrats, 1972; #2299

Politics. See also Advertising, Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, photo, 2/25/56; #1461

Politics. See also Advertising, Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, speech, "Politics," 3/25/50; #1118

Politics. See also Advertising, Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, speech, "MacArthur," 5/16/51; #530

Politics. See also Advertising, Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, speech, "Accomplishments under the Democratic Party," 4/19/51; #695

Politics. See also Advertising, Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, speech, "Democratic Party Achievements," 5/3/52; #560

Politics. See also Advertising, Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, speech, "Unacknowledged Parents," 2/26/55; #179

Politics. See also Advertising, Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, "Democratic Party," 4/11/53; #207

Politics. See also Advertising, letter, Benton to John Bailey, Benton's vote-getting ability, 4/20/61; #1814

Politics. See also Advertising, letter, Benton to Frank DiLoreto, creating state scholarships to Connecticut colleges, 4/18/61; #1803

Politics. See also Advertising, letter, Benton to editor, "Big Job for Bush," New York Times, 1/6/73; #2302

Politics. See also Advertising, Galbraith and Schlesinger letter to Harvard president and Fellows, honorary degrees denied worthy Democrats, 12/59; #1383

Politics. See also Advertising, Benton memo, political analysis of Europe in 1935, 4/35; #1613

Politics. See also Advertising, radio, 2/10-11/64; #1939

Politics. See also Advertising, radio, "Ten Tricks of the Devil's Trade," 10/18/52; #703

Politics. See also Advertising, radio, 8/9/64; #1997

Politics. See also Advertising, radio, "Defense Contracts and Connecticut's Share under the Democratic Party," 10/24/52; #830

Politics. See also Advertising, speech, "Ideas in World Politics," Advertising Federation, 6/15/48; #271

Politics. See also Advertising, speech, "Labor's Achievements under the Democratic Party," Connecticut Federation of Labor, 9/21/50; #568

Politics. See also Advertising, speech, draft of introduction of John Sparkman, Democratic Women's Club of Greenwich, 4/15/55; #169

Politics. See also Advertising, speech, "Tribute to Ralph Garofalo," 11/15/57; #1772

Politics. See also Advertising, speech, "Ethics and Politics," Harvard Law School Forum (includes photo), 2/18/55; #180

Politics. See also Advertising, speech, "Tribute to Congressman Frank Kowalski," testimonial dinner, 4/15/61; #1801

Politics. See also Advertising, speech, "Commemoration of Independence of Lithuania," Marianapolis (Connecticut) School, 7/4/51; #610

Politics. See also Advertising, speech, "Politics in General," Stratford Democratic Victory Dinner, 3/1/56; #76

Politics. See also Advertising, speech, "Everything Is Going According to Plan," Westport Democrats, 6/27/53; #206

Politics. See also Advertising, speech, "European Integration," Westport Kiwanis Club, 8/7/57; #127

Politics. See also Advertising, speech, "Education," Windham County Democratic Association, no text, 9/23/57; #53

Politics. See also Advertising, speech, "Politics and McCarthy and Democratic Party Achievements," Wisconsin State Democratic Convention, 6/28/52; #421

Politics. See also Advertising, speech, "Our School Needs; Federal Responsibility," Women's National Democratic Club, 10/7/57; #52

Politics. See also Advertising, speech, "Subscription Television for Education," Women's National Democratic Club, 10/1/59; #1274

Politics. See also Advertising, speech, "In Support of Governor Dempsey on Tax Issue," Young Democratic Club of Connecticut, no text, 11/17/61; #1828

Politics. See also Advertising, speech, "Democratic Perspective," Young Democratic Club of University of Connecticut, 11/5/53; #203

Politics. See also Advertising, speech, "Democrats, Republicans, and Businessmen," Young Democrats of Trinity College, 5/17/55; #379

Politics. See also Advertising, speech, "Why More Businessmen Should Be Democrats," Young Presidents' Organization, 10/23/56; #39A

Politics. See also Advertising, speech, "Business and Its Political Mythology," Young Presidents' Organization, 4/4/55; #39B

Politics and ethics, Benton article, "Ten Commandments for Congressmen," Everybody's Digest, 4/52; #627

Politics and ethics, Benton article, "Big Dilemma; Conscience or Votes," New York Times, 4/26/59; #1092

Politics and ethics, Benton article, "For Distinguished Service in Congress," ibid., 7/24/55; #163

Politics and ethics, Benton article, "Decalogue for Members of Congress," New York Times Magazine, 7/51; #627

Politics and ethics, Benton article, "To Stem the Tide of Political Dollars," ibid., 12/9/51; #1775

Politics and ethics, Margaret Halsey, "Beware the Tender Trap," New Republic, 2/58; #299

Politics and ethics, Federal Corrupt Practices and Political Activities Laws; #1027

Politics and ethics, radio, "Ten Commandments for Congress," 8/22/51; #1129

Politics and ethics, radio, "Corrupt Practices Act; Federal Government," 9/17/51; #1127

Politics and ethics, speech, "Is Politics a Dirty Business? They Say It Is," Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs, 12/4/72; #2297A

Politics and ethics, speech, "Challenge of Public Service," Claremont School of Theology, 12/13/60; #1780

Politics and ethics, speech, "Congress; Morality and Responsibility," CIO Education Conference, 4/5/52; #231

Politics and ethics, television, "How Should Political Campaigns Be Conducted?," 1/15/56; #89

Politics and ethics, television, 1952; #222

Potter, Charles E., Days of Shame, 1965; #2094

Publications, Incorporated, articles of incorporation, 12/22/34; #1281

Quant, Mary, Quant by Quant, 1965; #2221

Radio. See specific names, such as American Forum of the Air, University of Chicago Round Table.

Reader's Digest, "Mr. Benton, You Have Started a Revolution," 9/59; #1258

Reader's Digest, Urrows draft on reading; #1288

Reader's Digest Foundation Awards, Benton testimonial, 4/15/70; #2252

Redfield, Robert, "Talk with a Stranger," Overbrook Press, 12/58; #791

Redfield, "Wisdom of Huckleberry Finn," University of Chicago, 6/16/50; #1243

Redfield, Hutchins speech, "Robert Redfield; In Memoriam," 11/18/58; #1035

Ribicoff, Abraham, speech, "Legislation," Chamber of Commerce of Elkins, West Virginia, 5/22/61; #382

Ribicoff, Abraham, "Youth," Conference on the National Committee for Children and Youth, 5/24/61; #382

Ribicoff, Abraham, nomination of Benton for Senate, Democratic State Convention, 7/26/50; #441

Ribicoff, Abraham, nomination of Benton for Senate, 7/52; #564

Ribicoff, Abraham, "Health," Health and Welfare Association, 5/23/61; #382

Ribicoff, Abraham, "Social Welfare," National Conference on Social Welfare, 5/14/61; #382

Ribicoff, statement, "Future of Higher Education in Connecticut," Connecticut Council on Higher Education Conference, 2/12/57; #92

Rockefeller, John D., IV, "Students of Japan; An Intimate Challenge," New York Times Magazine, 6/5/60; #1762

Roddan, Edward L., announcement, joins Benton's personal staff, 11/21/57; #194

Roddan, manuscripts, 1958; #512

Romulo, Carlos P., I Walked with Heroes, 1961; #2152

Roosevelt, Patricia Peabody, I Love a Roosevelt, 1967; #2165

Roper Elmo, "A Non-Poll by a Famous Publisher," Art in America, 3/68; #2164A

Roper, letter to Edward Fay, political attitudes in Connecticut toward the McCarthy issue, 5/14/58; #615

Roper, Benton questionnaire, Art in America, 7/67; #2164

Roper, survey, political attitudes in Connecticut, 3/58; #615A

Ruml, Beardsley, biography, 1964; #1950

Ruml, four essays, 1956; #526A

Ruml, Benton footnote, Committee for Economic Development, Paying for Better Public Schools, 1/60; #1296

Ruml, speech, "What Is the CED? How Does It Work?," Princeton University, 5/1/50; #526

Ruml, speech, "Aspiration for Freedom," American Association of School Administrators, 2/28/50; #526

Ruml, speech, "Memo to a College Trustee, II," Hofstra College, 11/6/59; #1108A

Ruml, speech, "Perpetuating Private Higher Education in America," Middle States Association of College and Secondary Schools, 11/27/59; #526

Russia, Benton article, "We're Fooling Ourselves about Russia," American Engineer, 1/57; #7

Russia, Benton article, "Cold War in Education," American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Administrative Officers, Journal, Fall 1956; #42

Russia, Benton article, "Soviet-U. S. Talks," Bridgeport Sunday Herald, 6/26/60; #1614A

Russia, Benton article, "Soviet Challenge Demands U. S. Reply," ibid., 4/20/58; #378

Russia, Benton article, "U. S. Science Lagging," ibid., 10/31/57; #125

Russia, Benton article, three-part series on education and cultural exchange with U.S.S.R., Christian Science Monitor, 3/9/62, 3/11/62, 3/20/62; #1327

Russia, Benton article, "Trade with Soviets," ibid., 3/29-4/2/60; #1278

Russia, Benton article, "U. S.-Soviet Trade Action," 8/25/52; #1313

Russia, Benton article, "Three Soviet Challenges," Connecticut State CIO Yearbook, 1958; #1769

Russia, Benton article, "Soviet Tekhnikum; Ominous Threat to the West," Coronet, 12/56; #8

Russia, Benton article, "Are We Losing the Sheepskin War?," Democratic Digest, 7/56; #37

Russia, Benton article, "Russian Trip," Encyclopaedia Britannica News, 1/56; #105

Russia, Benton article, "Big Brother's TV Set," Esquire, 3/64; #1314

Russia, Benton article, "Soviet Decentralization," Herald Tribune, 3/14/57; #10

Russia, Benton article, "Soviet Use of Sports as Part of the Cold War," ibid., 3/8/56; #86

Russia, Benton article, "Trip Behind the Iron Curtain," ibid., 12/18-21/55; #106

Russia, Benton article, "Why Ivan Can Read," ibid., 11/2/57; #67

Russia, Benton article, "Our Best Weapon; Exchange of Students," Ladies Home Journal, 12/46; #289

Russia, Benton article, "Why Soviet Propaganda Misfired," New Republic, 12/24/56; #34

Russia, Benton article, "Communist Threat at our Back Door," New York Times, 7/17/60; #1746

Russia, Benton article, "How Strong Is Russia-And How Weak?," ibid., 6/10/56; #38

Russia, Benton article, "Now the Cold War of the Classrooms," ibid., 4/1/56; #90

Russia, Benton article, "Russian Artist's Training," ibid., 12/4/55; #383

Russia, Benton article, "To Train Scientists," ibid., 6/3/56; #109

Russia, Benton article, "What Soviet Artists May Paint," ibid., 12/18/55; #1784

Russia, Benton article, "Big Red Threat; Education," New York World Telegram, 9/10-13/62; #1311

Russia, Benton article, "Russia Revisited," North American Newspaper Alliance, 10/60; #1768

Russia, Benton article, "Russian Students in America," Parade, 6/12/60; #1298

Russia, Benton article, "What Ivan Thinks of Us," ibid., 8/25/57; #4

Russia, Benton article, "What Ivan Thinks of Us," Russian translation, Moscow Literary Gazette, 12/19/57; #159

Russia, Benton article, "Coexistence," Playboy, 12/65; #2015A

Russia, Benton article, "No Sex Appeal in Russian Ads," Sales Management Magazine, 1/15/56; #114

Russia, Benton article, "Inside the Siberian Science City," Saturday Evening Post, 12/22-29/62; #1904

Russia, Benton article, "Satellite Culture and Mr. Marx," Theatre Arts Magazine, 11/56; #133

Russia, Benton article, "Race of Our Lives," This Week Magazine, 12/28/58; #1044

Russia, Benton article, "Russia's Quiet Weapon; Education," United Press International, 9/10-13/62; #1311

Russia, Benton article, "Strange Encyclopedia," Yale Review, 1958; #181

Russia, Benton article, "Voice of the Kremlin," Britannica Book of the Year, 1956; #31

Russia, Benton article, "The Teachers and the Taught in the U.S.S.R.," Britannica Book of the Year, 1965; #2000

Russia, John Nerber, "Warning of Soviet Challenge in Education," Education Summary, 6/5/56; #809

Russia, John Norman, "Defects of Soviet Education," Teacher Education Quarterly, Spring 1958; #786

Russia, Benton book, The Teachers and the Taught in the U.S.S.R., 3/66; #2080

Russia, Benton book, This Is the Challenge; #282

Russia, Benton book review, "What Ivan Knows that Johnny Doesn't," New York Herald Tribune, 11/12/61; #1826

Russia, book, Donald Dunham, Kremlin Target; U. S. A., 1961; #1856

Russia, book, Frank O'Brien, Crisis in World Communism, 1965; #2162

Russia, editorial, "Trade War with Soviets Will Get Hotter as Russians Start Gaining," Printer's Ink, 4/24/59; #1268

Russia, editorial, "Endorsement of Benton's Proposals in 'Five Ways to Breach the Iron Curtain,'" America, 3/29/58; #376

Russia, hearings, Atomic Energy Committee, "Shortage of Scientific and Engineering Manpower," 4-5/56; #110

Russia, Benton interview, "Soviet Trade with Western Powers," British Board of Trade Officials and British Businessmen, 10/29-11/2/59; #1284

Russia, Benton interview, "Why Do U. S. Schools Fail to Create Scientists?," New York Post, 10/24/57; #288

Russia, Benton interview, Russian press in the United States, 8/13/50; #1865

Russia, Benton letter to Warren Austin, Soviet attempt to block American participation in Genocide Convention, 10/9/50; #435

Russia, Benton letter to editor, Allen Dulles speech declared warning of Russian potential, New York Times, 4/24/59; #1152

Russia, Samuel Cookey memo, 10/23/67; #2079

Russia, Benton pamphlet, "Education; Our Ultimate Weapon," 2/61; #1751B

Russia, photo, Crimea Conference, 5/61; #1002

Russia, photo, Madame Furtseva; #2312

Russia, photo, U.S.S.R. Minister of Culture, 1/72; #2312

Russia, radio, "Aims of Education; Number 2"; #1269

Russia, radio, "Khrushchev and the U. S. A.," 9/27/59; #1276

Russia, radio, "Education; Russian Versus United States and the Conant Report," 1/26-27/59; #1218

Russia, radio, "Soviet Challenge; Education," 10/23-24/57; #44

Russia, radio, "Soviet Challenge; Education, Great Books, Politics, and Ethics," 10/21/58; #1067

Russia, radio, "Russian Trip," 11/16/55; #981

Russia, radio, "Image Russia I," 2/3/59; #1260

Russia, radio, "Image Russia II," 2/3/59; #1261

Russia, radio, "Education," 1/31/58; #157

Russia, radio, This Is the Challenge and Senatorial nomination, 7/2/58; #880

Russia, radio, "Soviet versus U. S. Education," 6/16/65; #2072

Russia, radio, Radio-Moscow, U. S.-Soviet relations, 5/61; #1811

Russia, radio, 10/17/57; #411

Russia, radio, with John Benton, 11/18/57; #1115

Russia, speech, "Public Policy and the Liberal Arts," American Conference of Academic Deans, 1/6/59; #1154

Russia, speech, "Soviet Challenge; Economics and Education," American Jewish Congress, no text, 1/22/56; #83

Russia, speech, "Soviet Challenge; Education," Association for Higher Education, 3/6/56; #75

Russia, speech, "Soviet Challenge; Sports," B'nai B'rith, no text, 2/29/56; #77

Russia, speech, "U. S. A.; Wasteland or Wise-land?," Brandeis University, 12/22/62; #1861

Russia, speech, "Cold War and the Liberal Arts," Brooklyn College, 6/5/60; #1603

Russia, speech, "Soviet Challenge in Education," Catholic War Veterans, no text, 11/10/57; #50

Russia, speech, "Soviet Challenge; Education," University of Chicago alumi dinner, no text, 5/2/56; #85

Russia, speech, "Soviet Challenge; Science and Education," University of Colorado, no text, 12/13/57; #122

Russia, speech, "Soviet Progress in Education," Council on Foreign Relations, 4/26/56; #71

Russia, speech, "Soviet Challenge; Science and Education," Democratic Club of Manchester, 11/23/57; #123

Russia, speech, "Red Technological Imperialism," Democratic Club of Westport, 2/10/56; #81

Russia, speech, "Russia's Sputniks," Democratic gathering, no text, 11/23/59; #123

Russia, speech, "Are We Underestimating the Soviet Economic Challenge?," Economic Club of Chicago, 4/8/59; #1262

Russia, speech, "Soviet Education; Will America Meet the Challenge?," Educational Records Bureau and the American Council on Education, 11/1/56; #58

Russia, speech, Educators and Editors Conference, 12/9/55; #94

Russia, speech, "Soviet Challenge; Economics," Exchange Club of Waterbury, 2/27/56; #78

Russia, speech, "Soviet Challenge; Education," Fairfield University, no text, 1/16/58; #145

Russia, speech, "Soviet Challenge; Education," Foreign Policy Association, 12/12/58; #102

Russia, speech, "Duel for Men's Minds," Foreign Policy Conference, 7/14/55; #165

Russia, speech, "Education," Foreign Service Institute, 2/4/66; #2107

Russia, speech, "After the Geneva Spirit, What?," Freedom House, 1/24/56; #82

Russia, speech, "Soviet Challenge; Cartography and Education," Hartford Get-Together Club, no text, 1/24/58; #99

Russia, speech, "Cold War and the Liberal Arts," Knox College, 6/6/60; #1604

Russia, speech, "Junior College Education in the Soviet Union and Higher Education in Connecticut," Mitchell College, 4/17/58; #48

Russia, speech, "Soviet Education; Challenge to America," National Association of State Universities, 5/7/56; #13

Russia, speech, "Challenge to Catholic Educators," National Catholic Educational Association, 4/25/57; #55

Russia, speech, "Russian and American Library Methods," National Library Week Dinner, 3/20/58; #281

Russia, speech, "Russia's Political Capitalism," Overseas Press Club, 12/7/55; #170

Russia, speech, "Soviet Propaganda," Overseas Press Club, 4/30/56; #69

Russia, speech, "Soviet Challenge; Economics," Sales Executive Club of New York, 6/5/56; #66

Russia, speech, "Soviet Challenge; Education and Economics," Small Town Democrats, no text, 3/21/58; #287

Russia, speech, "Soviet Education; Will America Meet the Challenge? Higher Education in Connecticut," Stamford Forum on World Affairs, 1/30/57; #57

Russia, speech, "Information Program and Cultural Exchange," Teachers College of Connecticut; #720

Russia, speech, "Stalin Myth," Town Hall, 4/18/56; #136

Russia, speech, "Russia's Ousting of John A. Baker, Jr., of Westport," Windham County Democratic Association, 5/21/58; #398

Russia, speech, "Soviet Challenge; Education," Women's National Democratic Club, 2/13/56; #80

Russia, speech, "U.S.S.R.'s Political Capitalism," Yale Law School, no text, 12/14/55; #93

Russia, speech, "Soviet Economic Challenge," Union League Club of Chicago, 6/14/56; #65

Russia, speech, "Sputnik; Handwriting on the Sky," Young Democratic Club, no text, 11/15/57; #124

Russia, statement, "Russian A-Bomb Explosion and Implications in Civil Defense," 10/4/51; #805

Russia, telegram, Benton to Adlai Stevenson, Tass article on West's armed intervention in Suez and Egypt, 11/1/56; #43

Russia, television, "American Versus Soviet Education," no text, 4/20/58; #371

Russia, television, "Where Do We Go from Here? Sputnik," 10/20/57; #40

Russia, television, "Cultural Exchange; Does It Help?," 2/21/64; #1944

Russia, television, "How Should the United States Compete with Russia?," no text, 2/1/57; #11

Russia, television, "Soviet versus U. S. Education," 6/16/65; #2072

Russia, television, "Big Red Schoolhouse," 3/1/59; #1250

Russia, television, "Scientific Rivalry; United States versus U.S.S.R.," no text, 11/3/57; #12

Russia, television, "Soviet and American Education," no text, 11/18/57; #134

Russia, television, "Are the Russians Out-Reading Us?," no text, 3/18/58; #276

Russia, television, "Soviet Challenge; Education," 6/22/56; #2

Russia, television, "Soviet Challenge; Education," 12/25/57; #121

Russia, television, "Soviet Challenge; Education," 7/1/58; #801

Russia, television, "Soviet Union Training Two Million Youngsters as Semi-Professional Craftsmen," 1/12/58; #32

Russia, television, "U. S. versus Soviet Education," 3/21/66; #2111

Russia, television, "Education in the Soviet Union," no text, 1/12/58; #27

Russia, television, "Philosophy of Communism," no text, 11/58; #1112

Russia, television, Benton's arrival from Crimean Conference, 6/61; #1812

Russia, testimony, "Soviet Challenge; Science and Technology," 1/28/58; #153

Russia, testimony, "Soviet Challenge; Science and Technology," 5/1/56; #42

Russian trip 1955, announcement of Benton's planned trip to Russia and the satellites, 7/22/55; #164

Russian trip 1955, article, Helen Benton, "Experiences Behind the Iron Curtain," Connecticut College Alumnae News, 3/56; #1003

Russian trip 1955, article, Helen Benton, series in Connecticut newspapers, 1/56; #773

Russian trip 1955, article, John Benton, "I Went to School in Moscow," Life, 12/5/55; #191

Russian trip 1955, article, John Benton, "John Benton's Travelogue; Sweden, Finland, U.S.S.R.," Capital Times, 9/13/60; #1797

Russian trip 1955, article, John Benton, several newspaper articles, 1955; #252

Russian trip 1955, article, William Benton, series of Connecticut newspaper articles, 3/56; #106

Russian trip 1955, article, William Benton, Encyclopaedia Britannica News, 1/56; #105

Russian trip 1955, article, William Benton, "We're Fooling Ourselves About Russia," American Engineer, 1/57; #7

Russian trip 1955, article, William Benton, "Trip Behind the Iron Curtain," Herald Tribune, 12/18-21/55; #878

Russian trip 1955, article, William Benton, "How Strong Is Russia-and How Weak?," New York Times, 6/10/56; #38

Russian trip 1955, article, William Benton, "Russian Artist's Training," ibid., 12/4/55; #383

Russian trip 1955, article, William Benton, "What Soviet Artists May Paint," ibid., 12/18/55; #1784

Russian trip 1955, article, William Benton, "Russia Revisited," North American Newspaper Alliance, 10/60; #1768

Russian trip 1955, article, William Benton, "Satellite Culture and Mr. Marx," Theatre Arts Magazine, 11/56; #133

Russian trip 1955, article, Lawrence M. Gould, "Education and Survival," Carleton College Bulletin, 8/58; #1051

Russian trip 1955, article, Harrison Salisbury, 6/15/58; #282A

Russian trip 1955, article, Harrison Salisbury, "To Counter Russian Propaganda," New York Times Magazine, 2/9/58; #168

Russian trip 1955, article, Dorothy Thompson, "Challenge of Soviet Education," Ladies Home Journal, 5/56; #148

Russian trip 1955, Democratic National Committee campaign publicity tips for 1958, sample release mentions Benton's trip; #1114

Russian trip 1955, editorial, "Benton Report Bares Soviet Press System," Editor and Publisher, 12/17/55; #1221

Russian trip 1955, interview, "Russian Trip and Television in the Soviet Orbit," Billboard, 12/15/55; #716

Russian trip 1955, memo, Helen Benton, 10-11/55; #772

Russian trip 1955, memo, William Benton, Budapest, U. S. Minister and other diplomats, (#8), 11/15-18/55; #334

Russian trip 1955, memo, William Benton, Budapest, film, (#9), 11/17/55; #335

Russian trip 1955, memo, William Benton, Budapest, education, (#10), 11/16/55; #336

Russian trip 1955, memo, William Benton, Budapest, theater, (#11), 11/17/55; #337

Russian trip 1955, memo, William Benton, Crimean Conference, 5/61; #1807

Russian trip 1955, memo, William Benton, Kiev, meeting with Mayor, (#14), 11/1/55; #340

Russian trip 1955, memo, William Benton, Kiev, miscellaneous topics, (#15), 11/55; #341

Russian trip 1955, memo, William Benton, Kiev, languages, (#16), 11/55; #342

Russian trip 1955, memo, William Benton, Kiev, visit to collective farm, (#20), 11/55; #346

Russian trip 1955, memo, William Benton, Kiev, higher education, (#23), 11/55; #349

Russian trip 1955, memo, William Benton, Kiev, polytechnical education, (#24), 11/2/55; #350

Russian trip 1955, memo, William Benton, Kiev, film, radio, and television, (#31), 11/1/55; #357

Russian trip 1955, memo, William Benton, Kiev, motion pictures, (#34), 11/15/55; #360

Russian trip 1955, memo, William Benton, Kiev, art and art schools, (#36), 10/12-28/55; #362

Russian trip 1955, memo, William Benton, Kiev, visit to Leningrad Library, (#44), 10/27/55; #366

Russian trip 1955, memo, William Benton, Kiev, Soviet art, (#35), 11/55; #361A

Russian trip 1955, memo, William Benton, Kiev, Moscow, education, (#21), 11/8-10/55; #347

Russian trip 1955, memo, William Benton, Kiev, U. S. Minister about Soviet propaganda and foreign relations, (#12), 11/55; #338

Russian trip 1955, memo, William Benton, Kiev, annual Kremlin reception for diplomatic corps, (#13), 11/7/55; #339

Russian trip 1955, memo, William Benton, Kiev, Swiss legation, (#17), 11/55; #343

Russian trip 1955, memo, William Benton, Kiev, party by Ethiopian ambassador, (#18-#19), 11/3/55; #344-#345

Russian trip 1955, memo, William Benton, Kiev, University of Moscow, (#22), 11/55; #348

Russian trip 1955, memo, William Benton, Kiev, education in grade schools, (#25), 11/55; #351

Russian trip 1955, memo, William Benton, Kiev, history textbooks in Russia, (#26), 11/55; #352

Russian trip 1955, memo, William Benton, Kiev, advertising in the Soviet Union, (#27), 11/55; #353

Russian trip 1955, memo, William Benton, Kiev, conversations with Pravda editors, (#28), 11/55; #354

Russian trip 1955, memo, William Benton, Kiev, conversations with Izvestia editors, (#29), 11/55; #355

Russian trip 1955, memo, William Benton, Kiev, conversations with Tass officials, (#30), 11/55; #356

Russian trip 1955, memo, William Benton, Kiev, radio and television, (#32), 11/10-11/55; #358

Russian trip 1955, memo, William Benton, Kiev, television and films, (#33), 11/10-11/55; #359

Russian trip 1955, memo, William Benton, Kiev, Deputy Minister of Culture, (#42), 11/55; #361B

Russian trip 1955, memo, William Benton, Kiev, influence of Stalin and Lenin on Soviet art, (#37), 11/55; #363A

Russian trip 1955, memo, William Benton, Kiev, Soviet culture, (#38), 11/11/55; #363B

Russian trip 1955, memo, William Benton, Kiev, The Great Soviet Encyclopedia, (#43), 11/55; #364

Russian trip 1955, memo, William Benton, Kiev, Directress of Bolshoi Ballet School, (#39), 11/55; #365A

Russian trip 1955, memo, William Benton, Kiev, Russian ballet, (#40), 11/13/55; #365B

Russian trip 1955, memo, William Benton, Kiev, cathedrals and churches, (#41), 11/55; #367

Russian trip 1955, memo, William Benton, Prague, (#1), 11/18-19/55; #327

Russian trip 1955, memo, William Benton, Prague, (#2), 11/19/55; #328

Russian trip 1955, memo, William Benton, Prague, (#3), Minister of Culture, 11/19/55; #329

Russian trip 1955, memo, William Benton, Prague, Chief of Book Publishing in Ministry of Culture, (#4), 11/19/55; #330

Russian trip 1955, memo, William Benton, Warsaw, miscellaneous topics, (#5), 11/14/55; #331

Russian trip 1955, memo, William Benton, Warsaw, miscellaneous topics, (#6), 11/13-14/55; #332

Russian trip 1955, memo, William Benton, Warsaw, dinner at U. S. Embassy, (#7), 11/55; #333

Russian trip 1955, photo, Helen Benton, 12/55; #1523

Russian trip 1955, photo, John Benton, 11/55; #1571

Russian trip 1955, photo, miscellaneous scenic shots taken by John Benton, 11/55; #1590

Russian trip 1955, photo, Bentons in Budapest, 11/55; #1579

Russian trip 1955, photo, John Benton in Russian school, 11/55; #613

Russian trip 1955, photo, Bentons in Moscow, 11/55; #1153

Russian trip 1955, photo, negatives, 11/55; #1581

Russian trip 1955, photo, Bolshoi Ballet taken by John Benton, 11/55; #1580

Russian trip 1955, photo, miscellaneous; #2049

Russian trip 1955, photo, Institute for the Study of the U.S.S.R., 4/28/56; #1460

Russian trip 1955, radio, Helen and John Benton, 11/21/55; #723

Russian trip 1955, radio, John Benton, Moscow school days, 1/17/56; #1271

Russian trip 1955, radio, John Benton, Moscow school days, 11/23/55; #18

Russian trip 1955, article, Benton, forthcoming trip and Encyclopaedia Britannica, 10/11/55; #980

Russian trip 1955, article, Benton, trip plans, 9/29/55; #1272

Russian trip 1955, article, Benton, 11/22-23/55; #178

Russian trip 1955, article, Benton, Radio-Moscow, 11/16/55; #981

Russian trip 1955, Gurewitsch Report, "Organization of Medicine in the Soviet Union," 1/7/58; #303

Russian trip 1955, speech, William Benton, "U.S.S.R.; Some Elements of Strength and Some of Weakness," Institute for the Study of the U.S.S.R., 4/28/56; #70

Russian trip 1955, speech, "Soviet Progress in Education," Council on Foreign Relations, 4/26/56; #71

Russian trip 1955, speech, "Introducing Yuri Zhukov," 2/19/69; #2219

Russian trip 1955, speech, "Introducing Yuri Zhukov," trip plans, 11/22/55; #1355

Russian trip 1955, speech, "Introducing Yuri Zhukov," upcoming trip, 9/15/55; #190

Russian trip 1962, article, Helen Benton, "Russians Never Had It So Good, But Still Under-privileged," Bridgeport Sunday Herald, 7/29/62; #1309

Russian trip 1962, article, Helen Benton, "The Evolution of a Soviet Playwright," Saturday Review, 10/27/62; #1309A

Russian trip 1962, article, John Benton, "Tour of Moscow and Tashkent and Visit to a Collective Farm," North American Newspaper Alliance, 10/7/62; #1903

Russian trip 1962, article, William Benton, "Education in the U.S.S.R.; Cultural Exchange with the U.S.S.R.," Christian Science Monitor, 3/9/62, 3/11/62, 3/20/62; #1327

Russian trip 1962, article, William Benton, "Soviet and American Movies; Can They Co-Exist?," 1963; #1336

Russian trip 1962, article, William Benton, "United States and Soviet Trade Action," Christian Science Monitor, 8/25/62; #1313

Russian trip 1962, article, William Benton, "Big Red Threat; Education," New York World Telegram and Sun, 9/10-13/62; #1311

Russian trip 1962, article, William Benton, "Art for Nikita's Sake," North American Newspaper Alliance, 6/63; #1328

Russian trip 1962, article, William Benton, "Crimean Conference," ibid., 6/61; #1810

Russian trip 1962, article, William Benton, "Educational TV; A New Soviet Challenge," 1963; #1337

Russian trip 1962, article, William Benton, "Inside the Siberian Science City," Saturday Evening Post, 12/22-29/62; #1904

Russian trip 1962, article, William Benton, "Should We Continue the Cultural Exchange with the U.S.S.R.?," Saturday Review, 10/27/62; #1312

Russian trip 1962, memo, William Benton, Moscow, Chairman of State Committee of Radio and Television, 6/25/62; #1870

Russian trip 1962, memo, William Benton, Moscow, Minister of Public Education, 6/25/62; #1872

Russian trip 1962, memo, William Benton, Moscow, cultural exchanges, 6/25/62; #1871

Russian trip 1962, memo, William Benton, Moscow, motion pictures, 6/30/62; #1873

Russian trip 1962, memo, William Benton, Moscow, Moscow University, 6/25/62; #1874

Russian trip 1962, memo, William Benton, Moscow, Mme. Khrushcheva, 7/6/62; #1876

Russian trip 1962, memo, William Benton, Moscow, Deputy Premier, 7/6/62; #1877

Russian trip 1962, memo, William Benton, Moscow, Sovietskaya Hotel, 6/23/62; #1879

Russian trip 1962, memo, William Benton, Moscow, Chief Secretary of U.S.S.R. Academy of Science, 6/25/62; #1880

Russian trip 1962, memo, William Benton, Moscow, Mme. Popova, 6/23/62; #1881

Russian trip 1962, memo, William Benton, Moscow, cultural exchanges, 6/27/62; #1882

Russian trip 1962, memo, William Benton, Moscow, Simonov and son, 6/23/62; #1883

Russian trip 1962, memo, William Benton, Moscow, Minister of Higher Education, 6/25/62; #1884

Russian trip 1962, memo, William Benton, Moscow, visit to art studios, 6/27/62; #1885

Russian trip 1962, memo, William Benton, Moscow, tour, 6/25/62; #1886

Russian trip 1962, memo, William Benton, Moscow, Bolshoi Ballet, 6/62; #1887

Russian trip 1962, memo, William Benton, Moscow, President of Academy of Pedagogical Sciences, 6/29/62; #1888

Russian trip 1962, memo, William Benton, Moscow, editor of Ogonek, 6/28/62; #1889

Russian trip 1962, memo, William Benton, Moscow, notes, Khrushchev book, On the Communist Programme, 7/1/62; #1899

Russian trip 1962, memo, William Benton, Moscow, staff of Great Soviet Encyclopedia, 6/26/62; #1900

Russian trip 1962, memo, William Benton, Moscow, U. S.-Soviet relations, 6/27/62; #1901

Russian trip 1962, memo, William Benton, Moscow, Director of U.S.S.R. Radio and Television, 6/28/62; #1902

Russian trip 1962, memo, William Benton, Novosibirsk, city square, 7/5/62; #1878

Russian trip 1962, memo, William Benton, Novosibirsk, miscellaneous topics, 7/4-5/62; #1892

Russian trip 1962, memo, William Benton, Samarkand, furs, 7/3/62; #1890

Russian trip 1962, memo, William Benton, Tashkent, officials from Institute of Transportation, 7/2/62; #1893-#1894

Russian trip 1962, memo, William Benton, Tashkent, tour of city, 7/2/62; #1895

Russian trip 1962, memo, William Benton, Tashkent, Minister of Culture for Uzbekishan, 7/3/62; #1896

Russian trip 1962, memo, William Benton, Tashkent, Minister of Education for Uzbekishan, 7/3/62; #1897

Russian trip 1962, memo, photos, 6-7/62; #1317

Russian trip 1962, memo, radio, 7/22/62; #1305

Russian trip 1964, article, Alexei Adzhubei, "America from Far and Near," Great Ideas Today, 1964; #1994

Russian trip 1964, article, Alexei Adzhubei, "Soviet Art; How Real Is Soviet Realism?," 8/64; #1991

Russian trip 1964, article, Alexei Adzhubei, "Education in the U.S.S.R.," 8/64; #1999

Russian trip 1964, article, Alexei Adzhubei, "Soviet Artists Branch Out," Christian Science Monitor, 1/7/65; #1991

Russian trip 1964, article, Alexei Adzhubei, "The Teachers and the Taught in the U.S.S.R.," Britannica Book of the Year, 1965; #2000

Russian trip 1964, article, Alexei Adzhubei, "Comments on Adzhubei Article," Great Ideas Today, 1964; #1994

Russian trip 1964, article, Alexei Adzhubei, "What Worries the Men in the Kremlin," Look, 4/20/65; #1993

Russian trip 1964, article, Alexei Adzhubei, four-article series, North American Newspaper Alliance, 8/64; #1992

Russian trip 1964, The Teachers and the Taught in the U.S.S.R., 3/66; #2080

Russian trip 1964, This Is the Challenge; #282

Russian trip 1964, Harry W. Nerhood, To Russia and Return, 1968; #2238

Russian trip 1964, George Alexander Lensen, Russia's Eastward Expansion, 1964; #1892A

Russian trip 1964, interview, "Benton's Russian Visit," Izvestia, 5/64; #1959

Russian trip 1964, memo, Charles Benton, 9/64; #2042

Russian trip 1964, memo, William Benton, Moscow, Soviet-American relations, 5/18/64; #1961

Russian trip 1964, memo, William Benton, Moscow, cultural exchange, 5/20/64; #1963

Russian trip 1964, memo, William Benton, Moscow, Khrushchev, 5/28/64; #1960

Russian trip 1964, memo, William Benton, Moscow, miscellaneous topics, 5/29/64; 1962

Russian trip 1964, memo, William Benton, Moscow, British Ambassador, 6/2/64; #1971

Russian trip 1964, memo, William Benton, Moscow, miscellaneous topics, 6/4/64; #1964

Russian trip 1964, memo, William Benton, Moscow, visit with head of State Committee on Publishing, 6/4/64; #1965

Russian trip 1964, memo, William Benton, Moscow, visit with head of State Committee on Publishing, medal-giving ceremony, 6/4/64; #1965A

Russian trip 1964, memo, William Benton, Moscow, editorial staff of Soviet Encyclopedia, 6/5/64; #1966

Russian trip 1964, memo, William Benton, Moscow, Institute of Soviet-American Relations, 6/5/64; #1976

Russian trip 1964, memo, William Benton, Moscow, Simonov, 6/5/64; #1977

Russian trip 1964, memo, William Benton, Moscow, miscellaneous topics, 6/5/64; #1967

Russian trip 1964, memo, William Benton, Moscow, Communism, leadership in Russia, and Soviet goals, 6/5/64; #1968

Russian trip 1964, memo, William Benton, Moscow, senior editor of Pravda, 6/5/64; #1969

Russian trip 1964, memo, William Benton, Moscow, Allen Dulles's comments on Benton's 1955 memo, 6/5/64; #1982

Russian trip 1964, memo, William Benton, Moscow, Minister of Higher Education, 6/5/64; #1981

Russian trip 1964, memo, William Benton, Moscow, television appearance, 6/5/64; #1980

Russian trip 1964, memo, William Benton, Moscow, the Mamedovs, 6/5/64; #1979

Russian trip 1964, memo, William Benton, Moscow, U. S. Ambassador, 6/5/64; #1970

Russian trip 1964, memo, William Benton, Moscow, visit to dacha, 6/9/64; #1974

Russian trip 1964, memo, William Benton, Moscow, directors of Institute of Soviet-American Relations, 6/8/64; #1978

Russian trip 1964, memo, William Benton, Moscow, Minister of Culture, 6/8/64; #1972

Russian trip 1964, memo, William Benton, Moscow, miscellaneous topics, 6/10/64; #1973

Russian trip 1964, memo, William Benton, Moscow, Vice President of State Committee for Cinematography, 6/10/64; #1975

Russian trip 1964, memo, Milan Herzog, 9/64; #2043

Russian trip 1964, photo, Russian intellectuals visit Benton home, 11/26/64; #2052A

Russian trip 1964, radio, 6/25-26/64; #1984

Russian trip 1964, Soviet television, 5/28/64; #1954

Sahl, Mort, and James Thurber, "State of Nation's Humor," New York Times, 12/7/58; #1101

Sandburg, Carl, book, Herbert Mitgang, Letters of Carl Sandburg, 1968; #2222

Sandburg, photo, 1942; #1418

Sandburg, photo, autographed; #1403

Sandburg, record, 1942; #1259

Schlesinger, Arthur M., A Thousand Days, 1965; #2099

Schlesinger, "Death Wish of the Democrats," The New Republic, 9/15/58; #905

Schriftgiesser, Karl, Business and Public Policy, 1967; #2178

Schriftgiesser, Committee for