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Boxes 1-7

Condliffe: Outgoing correspondence, arranged chronologically.

Boxes 8-38

Condliffe: Incoming correspondence, arranged alphabetically. Single letters have been placed in miscellanies preceding each letter of the alphabet.

Box 39

Gulick: Outgoing correspondence, arranged chronologically, 1941-1950.

Box 40

Gulick: Outgoing correspondence, arranged chronologically, 1951-1952; clippings; material re the Middle East; Mss. of articles and speeches, etc.

Boxes 41-43

Gulick: Incoming correspondence, arranged alphabetically. Single letters have been placed in miscellanies preceding each letter of the alphabet.

Box 44

Teaching Institute of Economics: Correspondence re Sacramento conferences, 1949-1951.

 

Subject files

Ctn. 1

American Assembly, 7th and 10th meetings, 1955-1956 (2 folders)

 

American Association for the Advancement of Science: Memoranda and notices, 1953-1954 (2 folders)

 

American Committee for International Studies: Budgets, memoranda, reports, etc., 1939-1941 (5 folders)

 

American Economic Association: Agenda, memoranda, papers, materials relating to meetings, etc., 1945-1954 (10 folders)

 

American Foreign Trade Policy Committee: Miscellaneous, 1944 (1 folder)

 

American Institute of Pacific Relations: Memoranda, notices of meetings, publications, etc., 1942-1954 (4 folders)

 

American Labor Conference on International Affairs: Miscellaneous, 1943-1945 (1 folder)

 

American Political Science Association: Miscellaneous, 1948-1951

 

Arabian American Oil Company: News bulletins, reports, training program documents and arithmetic texts, 1948-1951 (5 folders)

(Continued in carton 2.)

Ctn. 2

Arabian American Oil Company (cont.): Training program English texts; photographs (4 folders)

 

Atlantic Union Committee: Memoranda, news, miscellaneous, 1950-1952 (1 folder)

 

Atomic energy: Informal Committee on Atomic Power, minutes, correspondence and first draft of committee's report, 1946; notes for seminar on atomic energy; papers written for the seminar, 1947; report prepared by seminar, International organization of atomic energy; and miscellaneous reference materials (6 folders).

See also Carnegie Endowment for International Peace files on atomic energy in carton 8.

 

Banks: Miscellaneous, 1940-1958 (1 folder)

 

Berkeley, Calif. International House: Announcements of activities, menus, weekly calendars; news-letters of I-House alumni association; minutes and agenda of the board of directors; notes and drafts of survey on International House, 1933-1941 (14 folders)

(Continued in carton 3.)

Ctn. 3

Berkeley, Calif. International House (cont.): Reports, 1930-1940 (2 folders)

 

Bisson, Thomas Arthur: Papers relating to a luncheon, with statement by Mr. Bisson, 1952 (1 folder)

 

British Commonwealth Relations Conference, 1933; Documents (3 folders)

 

Brookings Institution: Material re seminars, 1947-1948 (1 folder)

 

California. State College, San Francisco: Mainly material relating to the School of World Business, 1949-1956 (1 folder)

 

California. University, Berkeley

 

Schedules, announcements, Academic Senate meetings, 1940-1951 (18 folders)

(Continued in carton 4.)

Ctn. 4

Academic Senate meetings (cont.), 1952-1957, and misc. materials (3 folders)

 

Bureau of Business and Economic Research: Memoranda, 1941-1942 (1 folder)

 

Bureau of International Relations: Memoranda, monthly review etc., 1951-1957 (5 folders)

 

Bureau of Public Administration; Memoranda, etc., 1955-1956 (1 folder)

 

College of Agriculture: Memoranda, requirements, etc., 1941-1952 (1 folder)

 

College of letters and science: Meetings of the faculty, 1940-1957 (1 folder)

 

Committee on Educational policy: Memoranda, 1949-1953 (1 folder)

 

Committee on Far Eastern and Slavic Matters: Memoranda, minutes, etc., 1948-1953 (1 folder)

 

Committee on Foreign Students: Memoranda and lists of students, 1949-1955 (1 folder)

See also file on Berkeley, Calif. International House in cartons 2 and 3.

 

Committee on Industrial Relations: Area studies project, 1955 (1 folder)

 

Committee on International Relations: Agenda, memoranda; materials relating to conferences on world affairs, Indonesia and South Asia projects, Institute on Post War Reconstruction, International Conference on Agricultural and Cooperative Credit

(See also carton 12), Middle East Institute and the UN interne project (2 folders)

(Continued in carton 5.)

Ctn. 5

Committee on International Relations (cont.): Minutes, 1940-1955 (1 folder)

 

Committee on International Studies: Agenda, memoranda, minutes, 1954-1956 (1 folder)

 

Committee on Near and Middle East Studies: Reports, 1953-1954 (1 folder)

 

Committee on Regents' Professorships and Lectureships: Memoranda, 1953-1954 (1 folder)

 

Committee on Social Science Research: Minutes, reports, 1948 (1 folder)

 

Committee on the Post-War Reconstruction Seminars: Memoranda, minutes, 1942 (1 folder)

 

Department of Economics: Announcements of courses, budgets, departmental committees, curricula, graduate committee minutes, MA and Ph.D. candidates; memoranda, personnel, reading lists, exams and master rolls for various courses. (17 folders)

See also Teaching Institute of Economics material in cartons 19 and 20.

Ctn. 6

Department of History: Memoranda, M.A. and Ph.D. candidates, 1941-1947 (1 folder)

 

Department of Political Science: Memoranda, M.A. and Ph.D. candidates, 1947-1958 (1 folder)

 

General Library: Memoranda, RBR book lists, etc., 1944-1955 (1 folder)

(See also Teaching Institute of Economics file in carton 20.)

 

Graduate Division: Memoranda, fellowships, minutes of meetings of the Graduate Council, etc., 1940-1958 (1 folder)

 

Institute of East Asiatic Studies; Agenda, bulletins, financial statements and budgets, memoranda, minutes of meetings, projects, reports, book lists, publications, etc., 1948-1957 (4 folders)

 

Institute of Industrial Relations: Memoranda, 1948-1954 (1 folder)

 

Institute of Slavic Studies: Memoranda, minutes, material re budget and staff, 1948-1956 (1 folder)

 

Office of Relations with Schools: Miscellaneous, 1948-1953 (1 folder)

 

Office of the Chancellor: Memoranda 1953-1954 (1 folder)

 

Office of the Comptroller: Memoranda, 1940-1956 (1 folder)

 

Office of the President: Memoranda, 1936-1953 (1 folder)

 

Office of the Registrar: Memoranda, permits, withdrawal notices, 1940-1949 (1 folder)

 

Office of the University Press: Memoranda, etc., 1941-1951 (1 folder)

 

Personnel Office: Memoranda and personnel manual, 1946-1957 (1 folder)

 

Regents: Memoranda, 1946-1952 (1 folder)

 

School of business administration: Agenda, announcements, book lists, memoranda, minutes of meetings, 1943-1956 (1 folder)

 

University Extension: Memoranda and brochures, 1948-1953 (1 folder)

 

California. University, San Francisco. School of medicine: Symposium announcements, 1949-1950 (1 folder)

 

Cambridge, Eng. University: File on Festival of Britain, 1951, and on Cambridge Union Society, 1919 (2 folders)

Ctn. 7

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. James T. Shotwell and Alexander Stevenson's correspondence; memoranda, accounts; drafts of ms. for pamphlets etc. by J. B. Condliffe and other; material and ms. for series of agricultural pamphlets published under the sponsorship of the Endowment; memoranda published jointly with the International Chamber of Commerce; material re J. T. Shotwell. 1943-1947.

(Continued in carton 8.)

Ctn. 8

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Committee on atomic energy: Publications, minutes of meetings and reports, 1946 (3 folders)

 

Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America: Memoranda and miscellaneous publications, 1942-1949 (2 folders)

 

China: Miscellaneous (1 folder)

 

Colombia Broadcasting System: Mimeographed copies of broadcasts, Peoples platform, 1943 (1 folder)

 

Colombia University. School of architecture. Planning and Housing Division: Discussions on urbanism, 1943 (1 folder)

 

Commission to study the Organization of Peace: Memoranda, summaries of meetings, ms. of pamphlets and miscellaneous, 1943-1956 (6 folders)

 

Committee for the International Trade Organization: Memoranda, etc., 1949-1950 (1 folder)

 

Committee for the International Economic Policy: Accounts, financial reports, material concerning publications, membership lists, memoranda, minutes of meetings, reports, 1943-1948 (7 folders)

(Continued in carton 9.)

Ctn. 9

Committee on International Economic Policy: Broadcasts of Beyond Victory; clippings; film, Made in U.S.A., with correspondence re the showing of the film; drafts, galleys of pamphlets by J. B. Condliffe and others. 1942-1948 (9 folders)

 

Conférence internationale des instituts de conjuncture: Papers presented at the meeting, 1938 (1 folder)

 

Conference on Race Relations in World Perspective: Agenda, handbook, directory, minutes of meetings, papers, 1954 (8 folders)

 

Conference on World Disarmament and Economic Development: Program and miscellaneous pamphlet and reprint materials, 1956? (1 folder)

 

Council on Foreign Relations: Study group reports and miscellaneous, 1943-1946 (1 folder)

 

Exploratory Committee for an Inter-Organizational Council on World Affairs: Memoranda, 1946-1947 (1 folder)

Ctn. 10

Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations: Memoranda, publications, drafts and notes on report on World Commodity Problems, 1947-1949 (14 folders)

 

Ford Foundation: Material re projects in the Far East, India, Japan, Latin America, and the Middle east (7 folders)

(Continued in carton 11.)

Ctn. 11

Ford Foundation (cont.): Project in the Philippines; reports, 1949-1953; and miscellaneous (4 folders)

 

Foreign Trade Survey (conducted by the League of Women Voters of San Francisco in 1955): Aims and outlines, correspondence, briefings, questionnaires, reference materials (9 folders)

 

France: Miscellaneous documents, 1939-1940 (1 folder)

 

Geneva Research Centre: Miscellaneous publications; papers re 1938 meeting; reports, minutes of meetings, accounts, 1937-1939 (8 folders)

 

Glasgow. University: Papers re the 5th Centenary celebration, 1951 (1 folder)

 

Harvard Colloquium on the Middle East: Papers, 1957 (1 folder)

 

Hawaii. University: Miscellaneous, 1939-1954 (1 folder)

Ctn. 12

Institute of Economic Development (Vanderbilt University, 1955): Agenda, lectures, material re field trips, and miscellaneous (6 folders)

 

Institute of International Studies: Reports, 1943-1944 (1 folder)

 

International Chamber of Commerce: Papers relating to the 10th and 11th congresses, and miscellaneous publications, 1939-1949 (1 folder)

 

International Conference on Agricultural and Cooperative Credit: Memoranda and minutes of steering committee; biographies; newsletters; summaries of discussions; papers and publications, 1952 (7 folders)

Ctn. 13

International Studies Conference: Notes

(Continued in carton 14.)

Ctn. 14

International Studies Conference (cont.): Memoranda on meetings, accounts, 1937-1939 (5 folders)

 

Labor: Miscellaneous, 1943-1953 (1 folder)

 

League of Nations:

 

Documents relating to the Monetary and Economic Conference -- Preparatory Commission of Experts, 1932 (7 folders)

(Continued in carton 15.)

Ctn. 15

Monetary and Economic Conference (cont.): Documents of the Economic Commission, Subcommissions I, II, III; Monetary and Financial Commission and subcommissions, 1933

 

Economic Committee: Documents, 1936-1937

 

Economic cycles: Documents, 1936; notes and drafts of articles re economic cycles

 

Committee for the Study of the Problem of Raw Materials: Documents and miscellaneous notes, 1937

(Continued in carton 16.)

Ctn. 16

Documents re Ethiopia and Italy, 1935-1936

(Continued in carton 17.)

Ctn. 17

Mixed committee on the problem of nutrition: Documents, minutes and notes; documents of the advisory committee on social questions; documents of the economic, financial and transit dept. re the problem of foreign investment; documents of the Financial and Fiscal Committees; 1930 article by J. D. Condliffe; documents re China; reports on the Stresa conference; miscellaneous publications; notes on Japan; miscellaneous certificates, etc. (21 folders)

 

Middle East: Miscellaneous (1 folder)

 

National Bureau of Economic Research: Memoranda, notices of meetings, etc., 1942-1956 (1 folder)

 

National Federation of American Shipping; Press releases, etc., 1948-1957 (1 folder)

 

National Foreign Trade Council: Memoranda, records, summaries of activities, 1944-1951 (1 folder)

 

National Housing Agency: Abstracts, bulletins, talks, miscellaneous publications, leaflets, 1942-1943 (1 folder)

 

National Institute of Economic and Social Research: Summary of research in progress and minutes, 1939-1943 (1 folder)

(Continued in carton 17.)

Ctn. 18

National Planning Association: Memoranda, publications, manuscripts and galley proof, with notes for articles by J. B. Condliffe and others for the Association. 1943-1956 (7 folders)

 

Near East Conference: Miscellaneous, 1956 (1 folder)

 

Occidental College, Los Angeles: Miscellaneous, 1947-1958 (1 folder)

 

Oil: Bibliographies and miscellaneous publications (1 folder)

(See also Aramco files in cartons 1 and 2)

 

Pacific Coast Committee on American Principles and Fair Play: Misc., 1944-1945 (1 folder)

 

Pacific Coast Conference on Private Capital Investment in International Development: Miscellaneous, 1952 (1 folder)

 

Pacific Coast Economic Association: Financial report, membership lists, memoranda, material re conferences, 1946-1949 (1 folder)

 

Pacific Coast Trade Conference: Program and participants, Sept. 1941 (1 folder)

 

Pacific Regional Conference on UNESCO: Memoranda, reports, etc., 1948 (1 folder)

 

Pacifica Foundation: Accounts, memoranda, minutes, notices of meetings, 1946-1958 (1 folder)

 

Post-War Policy: Miscellaneous (1 folder)

 

Rockefeller Foundation: Agenda, proceedings of July 1936 conference (1 folder)

 

San Francisco. Chamber of Commerce: Meeting notices, minutes, memoranda of Port Promotion Dept. and World Trade Committee. Also miscellaneous publications. 1949-1956 (1 folder)

 

San Francisco Committee on Foreign Relations: Minutes of meetings, membership list, memoranda, 1943-1947 (1 folder)

 

Teaching Institute of Economics

Ctn. 19

Material re institutes and conferences sponsored by the Institute, 1946-1951 (7 folders)

(See also correspondence in Box 44.)

 

Expenditures, 1946-1957

(Continued in carton 20.)

Ctn. 20

Budgets, appropriation ledgers etc.; annual reports; correspondence with the Library; memoranda; minutes of staff meetings; miscellaneous correspondence relating mainly to requests for publications; miscellaneous reports; a few papers re Institute in Los Angeles and New York (27 folders)

 

Trade agreement materials: gathered by W. H. Baldwin; and publications and miscellaneous materials of the Citizens Committee for Reciprocal World Trade (3 folders)

(Continued in Ctn. 21.)

Ctn. 21

Trade agreement materials: misc. gathered by R. L. Gulick; documents from the National Foreign Trade Council; study by Alexander Stevenson; reports of U.S. Congress; memoranda of the U.S. Dept. of Commerce; bulletins, press releases and publications of the U.S. Dept. of State; U.S. Tariff Commission publications; maps, statistical tables and clippings. 1935-1945 (15 folders)

(Continued in Carton 21.)

 

Trade regulation project; Preliminary documents of Geneva Research Center materials relating to Australia, Bulgaria, Danubian countries, Estonia, Germany, Netherlands, New Zealand, South Africa; accounts, book-lists, etc.; notes by Henry Tasca (14 folder)

Ctn. 22

United Nations: Miscellaneous publications, 1942-1948 (1 folder)

 

United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization: Drafts of articles, etc., 1947-1954 (1 folder)

 

United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration: Preliminary drafts, 1943 (1 folder)

 

United Nations. Relief and Works Agency: Memoranda, etc., mainly re Arab problem, 1949-1957 (1 folder)

 

U.S. Board of Economic Welfare: Memoranda, publications, drafts of articles, etc. 1942 (6 folders)

 

U.S. Dept. of Commerce: Miscellaneous, 1938-1954 (1 folder)

 

U.S. Dept. of State: Miscellaneous publications re GATT etc? (1 folder)

 

Western Farm Economic Association: Information re meetings, 1947-1949 (1 folder)

 

World Affairs Council of Northern California: Announcements, financial statements, material relating to conferences and seminars, study packets, etc. 1948-1959 (19 folders)

 

World University Service: Memoranda, 1954-1956 (1 folder)

 

Yale Institute of International Studies: Miscellaneous studies (1 folder)

Ctn. 23

Papers, articles, manuscripts and reprints of associates and students, arranged alphabetically by author, A-J

Ctn. 24

Papers, articles, manuscripts and reprints of associates and students, arranged alphabetically by author, K-Z

 

Condliffe, John Bell

carton Ctns. 25-27

Commerce of Nations: Drafts, annotated manuscripts, publicity, and reviews.

Ctn. 28

Reconstruction of World Trade: Manuscript

Ctn. 29

New Zealand in the Making, revised edition: Manuscript, galleys, page proof, notes. Book reviews for the first edition included.

Ctn. 30

Welfare State of New Zealand, revised edition: Manuscript, galleys, page proof, reference notes

Ctn. 31

Agenda for a Post War World: Manuscript, printer's copy and book reviews

 

Outlook for Trans-Pacific Trade: References, notes, drafts, and final edition.

Ctn. 32

Mss. of articles. Drafts and some printed items included. Arranged alphabetically by title, A-P

Ctn. 33

Mss. of articles. Drafts and some printed items included. Arranged alphabetically by title, Q-Z

 

Drafts and texts of addresses and speeches, arranged alphabetically by title, A-Z

Ctn. 34

Drafts and Ms. of Common Interest in International Economic Organization in collaboration with A. Stevenson, published by International Labour Office

 

Drafts and revisions of Chapters I-IV of World Economic Reorganization

 

Miscellaneous memoranda

 

Notes on various subjects

Ctn. 35

Mss. of book reviews, introductions and prefaces, obituaries, radio broadcasts.

 

Papers relating to teaching and academic life: M. A. Thesis; WEA lectures, 1915-1922, and minutes, 1923-1924; lectures given in New Zealand, 1923-1926 (4 folders); lectures in Mexico (1 folder); seminars, Australia and Delhi, 1950; notes for lectures, arranged alphabetically by title; miscellaneous items relating to teaching at the London School of Economics, the University of Chicago, and the University of Michigan; curriculum vitae; recommendations; book announcements, bills and misc. re visual aids.

Ctn. 36

Diaries, 1917-1939 (12 v.), consisting mainly of agenda and accounts. 1934 volume is more detailed and contains account of life in Geneva as member of the League of Nations. Also included is a 1936 diary of his son, Peter Condliffe.

 

Passports, 1925, 1934

 

Notes on 1925 trip to Honolulu for the Institute of Pacific Relations

 

Travel notes, Apr.-May, 1927 (America, Canada)

 

Travel notes, Oct. 1927-Feb. 1928 (Institute of Pacific Relations conference, China and Japan)

 

Draft, notes and "ditto" copy of 1950/51 sabbatical trip around the world "San Francisco to San Francisco"

 

Notes on Conference, Hawaii, 1954

 

Papers relating to 1959-1960 sojourn in India for Stanford Research Institute

 

Autobiographical information

 

Bibliographical information

 

Miscellaneous personal papers, arranged chronologically

 

Clippings: concerning Condliffe, 1918-1960, and his writings. Also one folder, roughly arranged by subject.

Ctn. 37

Printed materials -- serials, etc., arranged alphabetically by title

 

Address file for John Bell Condliffe, and one for the Teaching Institute of Economics

Partial List of Correspondents

 

A Miscellany (single letters)

 

Academy of Political Science, New York

 

Ltr., Sept. 4, 1942

 

Adams, Lucy S. (Mrs. Thomas Dagger Adams)

 

Ltr., Oct. 30, 1954

 

Algie, Ronald Macmillan

 

Ltr., Nov. 30, 1926

 

Altschul, Frank, 1887-

 

Ltr., Feb. 1950, to R. L. Gulick (Box 41)

 

American Arbitration Association

 

Ltr., May 17, 1944

 

American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions

 

Ltr., June 29, 1953

See also Carleton, Alfred

 

Ansiaux, Maurice, 1869-

 

Ltr., Jan. 26, 1933

 

Arabian American Oil Company

 

Ltr., Dec. 19, 1957

See also Aramco subject files in cartons 1 and 2

 

Arey, Hawthorne, 1905-

 

Ltr., Feb. 27, 1950

See also Export-Import Bank of Washington.

 

Asbeck, Frederik Mari, baron van, 1889-

 

Ltr., Feb. 3, 1949

 

Abbott, Charles Cortez, 1906-

 

10 letters, 1946-1956. 1956 letter is mimeographed, addressed to the President of the University of Virginia, and includes report for the Graduate School of Business Administration.

See also American Enterprise Association, and Van Sickle, John Valentine.

See also reprint, Broad view of administration in carton 23.

 

Abingdon-Cokesbury Press

 

2 letters, 1943. One letter by Nolan B. Harmon.

 

Acheson, Barclay, 1887-1957

see Readers Digest.

See also Norton & Co.

 

Acheson, Dean Gooderham, 1893-

see U.S. Dept. of State

 

Adams, Frederick Jay, 1892-

see American Institute of Planners

 

Adams, Thomas Dagger, 1884-1953

 

3 letters, 1925-1926

 

Adams, Warren Edward, 1924-

 

7 letters, 1952-1954

 

Adelaide, South Australia. University

 

2 letters, 1950

 

1 letter, June 25, 1951, in R. L. Gulick correspondence (Box 41)

 

Airey, William Thomas Goodwin, 1897-

 

3 letters, 1949-1955

 

Aitken, Robert S.

 

4 letters, 1950-1958

 

Aldrich, Winthrop Williams, 1885-

see Committee on International Economic Policy

 

Alexander, Alec Peter

 

3 letters, 1954-1958

 

Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, N.Z.

 

5 letters, 1924-1958. Three letters by Johannes C. Andersen

 

Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, Inc., New York

 

97 letters, 1945-1955. By Arnold J. Zurcher. 1953 letters relate to Lewis Hill and Pacifica Foundation. Mainly concerning grants for the Teaching Institute of Economics in Berkeley.

 

61 letters, 1947-1952, to R. L. Gulick, Box 41. By Arnold Zurcher and James F. Kenney, relating to the Teaching Institute of Economics, Berkeley.

 

Allan, Robin S.

 

3 letters, 1947-1950

 

Allen, Frederick Lewis, 1890-1954

see Harper's Magazine

 

Allen, George Cyril, 1900-

 

4 letters, 1954-1958

 

Allen, Harold Boughton, 1891-

see Near East Foundation

 

Allen, J.

 

2 letters, 1926-1936

 

Allen (George) & Unwin, Ltd.

 

83 letters, 1927-1959. Concerning the British publication of Condliffe's books. Some letters by Sir Stanley Unwin. Accounts placed at end.

 

Alley, Rewi, 1897-

 

2 letters, 1930-1937

 

Alsberg, Carl Lucas, 1877-1940

 

13 letters, 1929-1940

 

Althausen, Theodore Leon, 1897-

see California. University, San Francisco (Medical center)

 

Alvarez, Luis W., 1911-

see California. University, Berkeley. Dept. of Physics

 

American Academy of Political and Social Science

 

13 letters, 1941-1956. Some Ernest M. Patterson, as president of the Academy. Some relate to articles for the Annals.

 

American Assembly

 

4 letters, 1956, by Clifford C. Nelson and James Malfetti.

See also subject files in carton 1.

 

American Association for the Advancement of Science

 

21 letters, 1951-1954, by Conrad Tauben, Warren Weaver, Harold E. Jones, Raymond L. Taylor, Dael Wolfle, Sidney S. Negus. Relate mainly to activities of Section K.

See also subject files in carton 1.

 

American Association for the United Nations, Inc.

 

6 letters, 1947-1956, by Lloyd D. Luckmann, Lemuel H. Matthews, Clark M. Eichelberger and J. D. Zellerbach.

 

12 letters, 1945-1951, to R. L. Gulick, Box 41.

See also Commission to Study the Organization of Peace.

 

American Association of University Professors

 

2 letters, 1948

 

American Committee for International Studies

 

26 letters, 1939-1941. Letter of Jan. 18, 1940 includes copy of letter from J. P. Chamberlain. Included are letters and copies of letters by W. W. Lockwood, E. M. Earle, F. P. Miller and H. M. Wriston. Early letters written as American Coordinating Committee for International Studies.

See also subject files in carton 1.

 

American Coordinating Committee for International Studies

see American Committee for International Studies

 

American Economic Association

 

45 letters, 1941-1953, by James W. Bell, Calvin B. Hoover, Edwin G. Nourse, Albert B. Wolfe, John H. Williams, Harold A. Innis and John Perry Miller.

See also American Economic Review.

See also subject files in carton 1.

 

American Economic Review

 

22 letters, 1940-1957, by Davis R. Dewey, Paul T. Homan, Fritz Machlup and B. F. Haley.

 

American Enterprise Association

 

22 letters, 1946-1956, by Charles C. Abbott, Paul H. Perreten, W. Glenn Campbell, and John D. Forbes.

 

American Farm Bureau Federation

 

4 letters, 1945-1946, by E. A. O'Neal and T. K. Cowden. Letter of Aug. 10, 1945 is copy only.

 

American Farm Economic Association

 

4 letters, 1942, by H. B. Price and Asher Hobson.

 

American Federation of Labor

 

3 letters, 1944, by Matthew Woll and William Green.

 

American Friends Service Committee

see Friends, Society of. American Friends Service Committee

 

American Geographical Society of New York

 

3 letters, 1944-1950. 1946 letter by John K. Wright

 

American Historical Association

 

8 letters, 1942-1944, by Stanley Pargellis

 

American Institute of Pacific Relations

 

149 letters, 1927-1958, by E. C. Carter, J. D. Greene, W. L. Holland, T. A. Bisson, Bruno Lasker, J. O. M. Broek, R. Dennett, Galen Fisher, E. Staley, J. B. Atherton, R. L. Wilbur et al. Letters of Mar. 26, 1942 and Mar. 9, 1944, include copies of letters by Wellington Liu; letter of May 12, 1934, copy of letter by S. R. Chow; June 23, 1943, letter from H. D. Fong; Nov. 8, 1944, a copy of letter from Tarr; Mar. 18, 1946, letter from Albert Halasi; Sept. 30, 1946, copy of letter from W. R. Crocker.

See also subject files in carton 1.

See also Far Eastern Survey and Pacific Affairs.

 

American Institute of Planners

 

4 letters, 1948, by Jacob L. Crane and Frederick J. Adams.

 

American Jewish Committee. San Francisco Chapter

 

4 letters, 1956, by Harry Winton, Edgar M. Kahn and Jefferson E. Peyser.

 

American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, Inc.

 

5 letters, 1943, by Philip Klein and Bernard Kahn.

 

American Labor Conference on International Affairs

 

21 letters, 1943-1945, by Varian Fry. Some are form letters.

 

Letter, Mar. 31, 1943, to R. L. Gulick (A Miscellany, Box 41)

See also subject file in carton 1.

 

American Political Science Association

 

2 letters, 1942, by Harold W. Stoke.

See also subject file, carton 1.

 

American Political Science Review

 

6 letters, 1940-1942, by Frederic A. Ogg

 

American President Lines

 

14 letters, 1950, by S. G. Holmes, George Killion and Arthur B. Poole.

See also Graham & Morse correspondence files and Condliffe report Outlook for Trans-Pacific Trade in carton 31.

 

American Tariff League

 

4 letters, 1948, to R. L. Gulick, Box 41. By Richard H. Anthony

 

Andersen, Johannes Carl, 1873-

see Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, N.Z.

 

Andersen, Poul Nyboe

 

7 letters, 1946-1949

 

Anderson, Florence, 1910-

see Carnegie Corporation of New York

 

Anderson Hamilton H., 1902-

see California. University, San Francisco (Medical Center)

 

Anderson, Samuel Wagner, 1898-

see U.S. Economic Cooperation Administration

 

Anstey, Vera (Powell), 1889-

 

3 letters, 1941-1950

 

Anthony, Richard Hall, 1903-

see American Tariff League

 

Archey, Gilbert, 1890-

 

3 letters, 1927-1951. 1951 letter addressed to Peter Condliffe.

 

Arlandis, Irmgard Becker de

 

2 letters, 1940, re Trade Regulation Project

 

Armstrong, Herbert D.

 

6 letters, 1954.

See also Standard Oil Company of California.

 

Arndt, Christian Ottomar, 1899-

see Education for a World Society

 

Arndt, Heinz Wolfgang, 1915-

 

2 letters, 1954

 

Asia Foundation

 

17 letters, 1954-1959, by Richard P. Conlon, Robert Blum, Robert B. McBride, Margaret E. Pollard, Harry H. Pierson. Formerly Committee for Free Asia, Inc.

 

Atherton, Joseph Ballard, 1910-

see American Institute of Pacific Relations

 

Atlantic Union Committee

 

6 letters, 1950-1951, to R. L. Gulick, Box 41. Included are letters by Owen J. Roberts. Some are form letters.

See also Roper, Elmo Burns.

See also subject file in carton 2.

 

Aubrey, Henry G.

see Federal Reserve Bank of New York

 

Australia. Consulate. San Francisco

 

5 letters, 1948-1956, by Stewart Jamieson

 

Australia. Embassy. Washington, D. C.

 

3 letters, 1940-1954

 

Australia. Prime Minister's Dept.

 

2 letters, 1929

 

Australian National University, Canberra

 

6 letters, 1950-1958

 

Australian News and Information Bureau

 

10 letters, 1941-1949, by David W. Bailey.

 

Ayrout, Henry C.

 

2 letters, 1955-1956

 

B Miscellany (single letters)

 

Bailey, Alice Anne (Latrobe-Bateman), 1880-1949

 

Telegram, Sept. 22, 1941

 

Baldwin-Wallace College, Berea, Ohio

 

Ltr., Dec. 5, 1947, by Jacob O. Kamm.

 

Bancroft Library

 

Ltr., Apr. 30, 1941, by Herbert Ingram Priestley

 

Bandeira de Mello, Alfonso de Toledo

 

Ltr., March 24, 1944

 

Bank of America, Oakland, Calif.

 

Ltr., Sept. 23, 1947, by Lloyd Mazzera

 

Basel. Centre for Economic and Financial Research

 

Ltr., May 6, 1955

 

Bass, Robert Perkins, 1873-

 

Ltr., Sept. 23, 1947

 

Beaglehole, John Cawte

 

Ltr., Nov. 28, 1954

 

Bell, James Washington, 1890-

 

Ltr., Jan. 4, 1950.

See also American Economic Association.

 

Belshaw, Cyril S., 1922-

 

Ltr., Nov. 11, 1945

 

Beveridge, William Henry Beveridge, baron, 1879-

 

Ltr., Oct. 5 1940

See also London School of Economics and Political Science

 

Birks, Lawrence

 

Ltr., Mar. 5, 1922

 

Blackwelder, Eliot, 1880-

 

Ltr., Sept. 18, 1956

 

Blaine, Anita (McCormick), 1866-1954 (Mrs. Emmons Blaine)

 

Telegram, Apr. 1, 1942

 

Block, Karl Morgan, 1886-1958

 

Ltr., Dec. 23, 1947

 

Böhler, Eugen, 1893-

 

Ltr., Oct. 19, 1939

 

Boeke, Julius Herman, 1884-

 

Ltr., Jan. 29, 1949

 

Boggs, Theodore Harding

 

Ltr., July 29, 1947

 

Boswell, Percy George Hamnall, 1886-

 

Ltr., July 12, 1939

 

Bousfield, Midian Othello, 1885-1948

 

Ltr., Mar. 27, 1940

 

Bridges, Ronald, 1905-

 

Ltr., Mar. 31, 1948, to R. L. Gulick, Box 41

 

Brigden, James Bristock, 1887-

 

Ltr., Dec. 17, 1926

 

Bruner, Jerome Seymour, 1915-

 

Ltr., Mar. 23, 1943. Copy only

 

Bruns, Gordon Russell

 

Ltr., July 30, 1947

 

Buchanan, Daniel Houston, 1883-1959

 

Ltr., Mar. 28, 1931

 

Buck, Philip Wallenstein, 1900-

 

Ltr., Oct. 14, 1946

 

Burns, Cecil Delisle, 1879-

 

n.d.

 

Bacher, Edward Leonard, 1889-

see Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America

 

Badr, Albirt Yusuf, 1912-

 

7 letters, 1954-1955, signed Albert Badre

 

Badre, Albert

see Badr, Albirt Yusaf

 

Bailey, Thomas Andrew, 1902-

see Stanford University

 

Bain, Joe Staten, 1912-

 

14 letters, 1941-1954. Some written as member of the Dept. of Economics at the University of California. Some are copies only.

 

Balabanis, Homer Paul, 1897-

see California. State Teacher's College, Arcata

 

Baldwin, John Finley, 1915-

see U.S. Congress. House

 

Baldwin, William Henry, 1891-

 

8 letters, 1943-1947. Some are copies only. 1943-1944 letters relate primarily to trade agreements.

 

17 letters, 1944-1951, to R. L. Gulick in Box 41.

See also Trade agreements subject file in carton 20.

 

Ballantine, Arthur Atwood, 1883-

 

To James T. Shotwell in carton 7.

 

Banco Central de la República Argentina

 

5 letters, 1939-1940, re Trade Regulations Project. Mainly written by Carlos A. Coll Benegas.

 

Banco Central de Venezuela

 

7 letters, 1946-1954, written by J. J. González-Gorrondona

 

Banco de México

 

6 letters, 1944, by Eduardo Villaseñor et al.

 

Bank of America, Berkeley, Calif.

 

3 letters, 1942-1955, by O. C. Little

 

Bank of America, San Francisco

 

21 letters, 1941-1956, by Howard Whipple, L. M. Giannini, W. T. Dunn, T. B. Coughran, David L. Grove, Y. S. Johnson, J. W. Tapp et al.

 

Barber, Joseph, 1909-

see Council on Foreign Relations

 

Barrows, David Prescott, 1873-

see California. University, Berkeley. Dept. Political Science

 

Basch, Antonin, 1896-

 

61 letters, 1942-1959. Letter of Dec. 6, 1946 includes copy of letter from Léon Dupriez.

 

3 letters, 1944-1950, to R. L. Gulick (Box 41) To James T. Shotwell, Carton 7

See also Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

 

Batt, William Loren

see National Planning Association.

See also Committee for the International Trade Organization.

 

Bauer, Pèter Tamàs

 

5 letters, 1952-1960

 

Beale, Wilson Thomas Moore, 1909-

see U.S. Dept. of State

 

Bean, Donald P., 1895-

see Chicago. University. Press

 

Bean, Louis Hyman, 1896-

see U.S. Board of Economic Warfare

 

Beaumont, William

 

3 letters, 1951-1955

 

Bechtel, S. D.

see Bechtel Corporation

 

Bechtel Corporation

 

16 letters, 1950-1958, by S. D. Bechtel and John M. Rogers

 

July 28, 1951, to R. L. Gulick (B Miscellany, Box 41)

 

Beckhart, Benjamin Haggott, 1897-

 

3 letters, 1944-1949. Letter of Jan. 15, 1945, is copy only.

See also Chase National Bank, New York.

 

Beeby, C. E.

 

2 letters, 1956

 

Beecroft, Eric Armour, 1903-

see U.S. Board of Economic Warfare

 

Behrendt, Richard Fritz Walter, 1908-

 

4 letters, 1947, to R. L. Gulick (Box 41)

 

Belgian Commission for the Study of Post War Problems. New York Division

 

6 letters, 1942-1944, by Charles M. Fonck

 

Bell, George Lewis, 1888-1958

see U.S. Dept. of Commerce

 

Bell, Philip Wilkes

 

3 letters, 1952-1957

 

Bell, Reginald, 1894-

see California. State College, San Francisco

 

Bellquist, Eric Cyril, 1904-

see California. University, Berkeley. Dept. of Political Science

 

Belshaw, Horace, 1898-

 

82 letters, 1924-1957. 1939-1940 letters re Trade Regulation Project. A few letters written as International Research Secretary of the Institute of Pacific Relations.

 

Letter of Nov. 12, 1946, to R. L. Gulick (B Miscellany, Box 41)

 

Belshaw, James P.

 

7 letters, 1926-1956

 

Benedict, Murray Reed, 1892-

 

67 letters, 1941-1955. 1945-1947 letters mainly re publication and distribution of the Carnegie Agricultural series. Include copies of correspondence to and from other contributors. Letters of Aug. and Oct. 22, 1945 contain letters from R. L. Gulick; letters of Feb. 26, Apr. 26, 1946 include letters from Jesness; letter of Oct. 29, 1946, contains letter from Oliver P. Wheeler.

 

9 letters, 1945-1950, to R. L. Gulick, Box 41. Some are copies.

See also miscellaneous manuscripts and printed articles in carton 23.

See also Carnegie Endowment file on agricultural pamphlets in carton 7.

 

Bennett, Merrill Kelley, 1897-

see Stanford University. Food Research Institute

 

Bennett, Wendell Clark, 1905-1953

see Joint Committee on Latin American Studies

 

Benians, Ernest Alfred, 1880-1952

 

2 letters, 1930-1951

 

Benton, William, 1900-

 

6 letters, 1944

 

Letter, Jan. 18, 1950, to R. L. Gulick (B Miscellany, Box 41)

See also U.S. Congress. Senate

 

Benveniste, Guy

see Stanford Research Institute

 

Berge, Wendell, 1903-1955

 

To Alexander Stevenson, carton 7.

 

Berkeley Calif. International House

 

26 letters, 1940-1956, mainly Allen C. Blaisdell. Some are copies only.

See also subject files carton 2 and 3.

 

Bidwell, Percy Wells, 1888-

see Council on Foreign Relations

 

Bingham, Woodbridge, 1901-

see California. University, Berkeley. Dept. of History, and Institute of East Asiatic Studies

 

Bird, Remsen du Bois, 1888-

 

52 letters, 1940-1960. Some written as president of Occidental College, Los Angeles. Many inclosures, including: letter of Eleanor Roosevelt (with letter of Aug. 12, 1942); Harold Muck (with letter of Jan. 28, 1954); card from Fame Flora Macleod, letters from Guglielmo Negri, Robert L. Champion, John A. Markason, Heinrich Krone, Fred S. Farr, Richard C. Raymond, J. D. Zellerbach in letter of Jan. 1957; Gaspard E. Weiss (with letter of Jan. 30, 1960). Some relate to the Monterey Institute of Foreign Studies.

 

Birge, Raymond Thayer, 1887-

see California. University, Berkeley. Dept. of Physics

 

Bishop, William Warner, 1871-1955

see Michigan. University. Library

 

Bissinger, Paul Adolph, 1905-

see San Francisco, Chamber of Commerce

 

Bisson, Thomas Arthur, 1900-

 

7 letters, 1952-1956. 1953 letters are copies only.

See also American Institute of Pacific Relations.

See also subject file in carton 3.

 

Black, John Donald, 1883-

 

9 letters, 1942-1947. 1946-1947 letters relate to Carnegie Agriculture series.

 

7 letters, 1946-1948, to R. L. Gulick (Box 41)

See also file concerning Carnegie pamphlets in carton 7.

See also Committee on International Economic Policy.

 

Blackler, William Reginald

see California. Commission for Vocational Education

 

Bladen, Vincent Wheeler

 

3 letters, 1953

 

Blaisdell, Allen Carrier, 1897-

see Berkeley, California International House.

See also California. University, Berkeley. Office of the Adviser to Foreign Students

 

Blaisdell, Thomas Charles, 1895-

 

3 letters, 1942-1951.

See also California. University, Berkeley. Committee on International Relations.

See also U.S. Economic Cooperation Administration.

 

Blakeslee, George Hubbard, 1871-1954

 

2 letters, 1926-1931

 

Bland, Francis Armand, 1882-

see Sydney, Australia. University

 

Blau, Gerda

 

4 letters, 1940-1942.

See also Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

 

Blumer, Herbert, 1900-

see California. University, Berkeley. Dept. of Sociology

 

Bobtcheff, C.

 

2 letters, 1939-1940. Re Bulgarian part of the Trade Regulation Project.

 

Bohemian Club, San Francisco

 

2 letters, 1953-1955

 

Bolles, Donald Clinton, 1902-

see Monetary Standards Inquiry

 

Bolton, Frances Payne (Bingham), 1885-

see U.S. Congress. House

 

Bonn, Moritz Julius, 1873-

 

5 letters, 1940-1946

 

Bonnet, Henri, 1888-

 

4 letters, 1940-1942

 

Booth, Willis H., 1874-1958

see Committee on International Economic Policy

 

Boudreau, Frank George, 1886-

see Milbank Memorial Fund

 

Bowman, Isaiah, 1878-1950

see Johns Hopkins University

 

Boyd, Robert Osborn, 1903-

see World Affairs Council of Oregon

 

Bradford, Leland Powers, 1905-

see National Education Association. Dept. of Adult Education

 

Bradford, Ralph, 1892-

see Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America

 

Brady, Robert Alexander, 1901-

 

9 letters, 1940-1952

 

Brandt, Karl, 1899-

 

7 letters, 1944-1953

 

Brier, Royce, 1894-

see San Francisco Chronicle

 

British Association for the Advancement of Science

 

4 letters, 1939

 

British Columbia. University

 

2 letters, 1943-1946. 1943 letter by F. H. Soward

 

Britnell, George Edwin

 

2 letters, 1952

 

Broadley, sir Herbert

see Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations

 

Brockway, George Pond, 1915-

see Norton & Co.

See also Van Valkenburg and Dressler

 

Broek, Jan Otto Marius, 1904-

see American Institute of Pacific Relations

 

Brookings Institution, Washington, D. C.

 

39 letters, 1930-1956, by Harold G. Moulton, Leo Pasvolsky, John Gange, Arthur M. Cox, Robert D. Calkins and E. G. Nourse.

See also Brown, William Adams.

 

Letter, Oct. 20, 1947, to R. L. Gulick by John Gange (B Miscellany, Box 41)

See also subject file in carton 3.

 

Brooklyn College. Dept. of Economics

 

2 letters, 1952, by W. H. Steiner

 

Brown, Delmer Myers, 1909-

see California. University, Berkeley. Institute of East Asiatic Studies, and Dept. of History

 

Brown, Dyke, 1915-

see Ford Foundation

 

Brown, William Adams, 1894-1957

 

10 letters, 1941-1953. Some written as member of the Brookings Institution.

See also Ms. of article in carton 23.

 

Brown, Winthrop Gilman, 1907-

see U.S. Embassy. New Delhi

 

Bruce, William James, 1909-

see United Nations

 

Buchanan, Norman Sharpe, 1905-1958

 

8 letters, 1943-1953

 

Buck, John Lossing, 1890-

 

2 letters, 1936-1941

 

Buck, Peter Henry, 1880-1951

 

6 letters, 1939-1950

 

Bucknell, Howard, 1899-

see U.S. Consulate. Geneva

 

Buell, Raymond Leslie, 1896-1946

see Fortune.

See also Time; National Planning Association; and Norton & Co.

 

Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

 

2 letters, 1948

 

Bunting, Earl, 1893-

see National Manufacturers Association

 

Burbank, Harold Hitchings, 1887-1951

see Harvard University

 

Burbidge, Peter W.

 

4 letters, 1926-1956.

See also Ms. in carton 23.

 

Burdick, Eugene L., 1918-

see California. University, Berkeley. Office of the Chancellor.

See also World Affairs Council of Northern California.

 

Burnham, Addison Chalmers

see Norton & Co.

 

Butler, Harold Beresford, 1883-

see International Labour Office

 

Butlin, Sydney James, 1910-

 

11 letters, 1950-1957

 

Butterfield, Victor L., 1904-

 

5 letters, 1952-1953. 1952 letters written as president of Wesleyan University. 1953 letters written as Near East Representative for the Ford Foundation. Included are copies of letters from Mr. Butterfield addressed to the Foundation.

 

Buuren, David M. van

 

9 letters, 1941-1950

 

C Miscellany (Single items)

 

California. State College, Chico

 

Ltr., Nov. 14, 1947, by A. J. Hamilton

 

Canterbury Museum, Christchurch, N.Z.

 

Ltr., Apr. 3, 1958, by Roger Duff

 

Chalmers, Henry, 1892-1958

 

Ltr., July 25, 1953.

See also U.S. Dept. of Commerce

 

Chapin, William Wallace, 1874-1957,

 

Ltr., July 25, 1944, to R. L. Gulick (Miscellany, Box 41)

 

Chicago Council on Foreign Relations

 

Ltr., Dec. 9, 1942, by Louise Wright

 

Childs, John Lawrence, 1889-

 

Ltr., Apr. 16, 1943

 

Chynoweth, Bradford G., 1890-

 

Ltr., Sept. 13, 1956

 

Clark University, Worcester, Mass. Dept. of Economics

 

Ltr., Feb. 24, 1948, by James A. Maxwell

 

Coleman, Norman Frank, 1874-

 

Ltr., Dec. 20, 1926

 

Committee for National Morale

 

Ltr., Apr. 7, 1943 by George Fielding Eliot

 

Conant, Melvin

 

Ltr., July 5, 1954

 

Council for Advancement of Secondary Education

 

Ltr., June 29, 1955, by G. Jones

 

Council on Refugee Aid

 

Ltr., Aug. 14, 1941, by Stephen Duggan

 

Cox, Alonzo Bettis, 1884-

 

Ltr., June 27, 1945

 

Crum, William Leonard

 

Ltr., May 6, 1951.

See also reprint in carton 23.

 

Crutchfield, James Arthur, 1918-

 

Ltr., Apr. 9, 1956

 

Culbertson, Ely, 1891-1955

 

Ltr., June 19, 1942

 

Caffey, Francis Gordon, 1868-1951

 

To Alexander Stevenson, in carton 7

 

Calderwood, James Dixon, 1918-

 

8 letters, 1939-1941

 

California. Commission for Vocational Education

 

2 letters, 1948-1950, by William R. Blackler

 

California. Dept. of Education

 

2 letters, 1958

 

California. Dept. of Education. Division of Secondary Education

 

2 letters, 1941

 

California. State College, Chico

 

22 letters, 1948-1951, to R. L. Gulick by J. G. Smale (Box 41).

See also C Miscellany list above.

 

California. State College, Fresno

 

5 letters, 1946-1948, by Hubert Phillips and Karl L. Falk

 

6 letters, 1947-1948, to R. L. Gulick (Box 41). One letter by K. L. Falk. Included are letters of the Fresno State College Association.

 

California. State College, Sacramento

 

4 letters, 1947-1949, by Guy A. West and Daniel D. Gage, re Sacramento conferences.

 

2 letters, 1948, to R. L. Gulick (Box 41) by Guy A. West.

 

California. State College, San Francisco

 

19 letters, 1947-1960, by George D. Gibson, J. Paul Leonard, Reginald Bell, Lyle M. Nelson, Leon Mears, Glenn S. Dumke, John B. Harbell, George E. Outlaw.

See also Lantos, Thomas P.

 

Letter, July 18, 1949, to R. L. Gulick (C Miscellany, Box 41) by Arch D. Lang.

 

California. State College, San Francisco. School of World Business

 

13 letters, 1951-1958, by Wayne M. Stevens

 

12 letters, 1949-1952, to R. L. Gulick (Box 41) mainly by W. M. Stevens

See also subject file in carton 3.

 

California. State College, San Diego

 

2 letters, 1947-1958, one by C. W. Lamden

 

California. State Polytechnic College, San Luis Obispo

 

3 letters, 1947-1948, by Julian A. McPhee, Hubert H. Semans and Norman Cruikshank.

 

California. State Reconstruction and Re-employment Commission

 

3 letters, 1945-1946, by Alexander R. Heron and V. B. Stanberry

 

California. State Teachers' College, Arcata

 

3 letters, 1948-1952, by Homer P. Balabanis

 

California. University, Berkeley

Additional Note

Filed by department or office. Single items placed in folder labeled: California. University, Berkeley --Miscellany. In the following list the single items are indicated: (Misc. folder).

See also subject files in cartons 3-6.
 

Alumni Association.

 

5 letters, 1945-1950, by Robert Sibley

 

Associated Students.

 

16 letters, 1941-1956. Some relate to Cal-Indo Project.

 

Bureau of Business and Economic Research.

 

17 letters, 1942-1955. Mainly by Frank L. Kidner.

 

Bureau of International Relations.

 

19 letters, 1942-1956, by T. A. Blaisdell and others

 

College of Agriculture.

 

21 letters, 1940-1957, by Roy E. Clausen, H. R. Wellman, C. B. Hutchison, Sidney Hoos, J. M. Tinley, H. E. Erdman, Varden Fuller, S. W. Shear.

See also Benedict, Murray R. and Weeks, David.

 

College of Letters and Science.

 

13 letters, 1941-1956, by Joel H. Hildebrand, A. R. Davis, E. W. Strong, Lincoln Constance and E. P. Adams.

 

Committee on International Relations.

 

15 letters, 1940-1957, by T. H. Goodspeed, Robert W. Desmond, Frank M. Russell and Thomas C. Blaisdell.

 

Dept. of Anthropology.

 

3 letters, 1942-1951, by R. H. Lowie, David G. Mandelbaum and E. W. Gifford.

 

Dept. of Chemistry.

 

5 letters, 1941-1949, by J. H. Hildebrand and K. Pitzer.

 

Dept. of Economics.

 

48 letters, 1940-1957, by Ira B. Cross, M. M. Davisson, Stuart Daggett, A. H. Mowbray, Paul Taylor, F. L. Kidner, A. G. Papandreou, M. M. Knight.

 

2 letters, 1950-1951, to R. L. Gulick by H. S. Ellis and W. Z. Hirsh (box 41).

See also Letiche, J. M. Ellis, H. W.; Bain, Joe S., and Landauer, Carl.

 

Dept. of Education.

 

8 letters, 1941-1950, by Frank N. Freeman and Luther C. Gilbert.

 

2 letters, 1951, by Theodore L. Reller to R. L. Gulick (Box 41)

 

Dept. of French.

 

Letter, Mar. 1, 1952, by Francis Carmody (Misc. Folder)

 

Dept. of History.

 

28 letters, 1940-1958, by Woodbridge Bingham, Frederic L. Paxson, Lucia Burk Kinnaird, Wolfgang Hallgarten, J. J. Van Nostrand, Robert J. Kerner, J. D. Hicks, Lawrence Kinnaird, Delmer M. Brown, Raymond J. Sontag, Reuben H. Gross, Armin Rappaport.

 

2 letters, 1951, by J. J. Van Nostrand and Lawrence A. Harper to R. L. Gulick (Box 41)

 

Dept. of Mathematics.

 

2 letters, 1954-1955, by J. Neyman.

 

Dept. of Music.

 

Letter, Apr. 10, 1951, to R. L. Gulick by Joaquín Nin-Culmell (C Miscellany, Box 41)

 

Dept. of Near Eastern Languages.

 

Letter, Oct. 3, 1954, by Walter Fischel (Misc. Folder)

 

Dept. of Philosophy.

 

2 letters, 1947, by G. P. Adams

 

Dept. of Physics.

 

2 letters, 1947-1948, by Robert Oppenheimer and R. T. Birge

 

Dept. of Political Science.

 

25 letters, 1940-1958, by David P. Barrows, Frank M. Russell, Harold Winkler, Leslie Lipson, Max Thornburg, Ernst B. Haas, Eric C. Bellquist, Charles H. McLaughlin, Guy Pauker, Peter H. Odegard.

 

12 letters, 1947-1951 by E. C. Bellquist, P. H. Odegard, T. C. Blaisdell to R. L. Gulick (Box 41)

 

Dept. of Public Speaking.

 

Letter, June 13, 1949, by J. ten Broek (Misc. folder)

 

Dept. of Social Welfare.

 

2 letters, 1940, by H. M. Cassidy

 

Dept. of Sociology and Social Institutions.

 

8 letters, 1947-1956, by R. A. Nisbet, W. Eberhard, Herbert Blumer. Letter of Mr. 10, 1955 includes letter by George W. Hill. Letter from W. Eberhard to R. L. Gulick, Dec. 7, 1950 (C Miscellany, Box 41)

 

Dept. of Spanish and Portuguese.

 

Letter, Mar. 24, 1955, by Lesley B. Simpson (Misc. Folder)

 

Dept. of Speech.

 

3 letters, 1949-1953, by Aurora M. Quiros, Rebecca E. Haydn, and C. D. Chretien.

 

Letter from Rebecca Haydn, Oct. 15, 1951, to R. L. Gulick (C Miscellany, Box 41)

 

Division of Mineral Technology.

 

2 letters, 1955, by Earl R. Parker.

 

Faculty Club.

 

4 letters, 1943-1959, by S. Einarsson and Sanford A. Mosk

 

Institute of Child Welfare.

 

4 letters, 1949-1954, by Harold E. Jones

 

Institute of East Asiatic Studies.

 

38 letters, 1948-1956, by Woodbridge Bingham, Delmer M. Brown and Richard L. Park.

See also Dept. of History.

 

Institute of Industrial Relations.

 

15 letters, 1947-1957, by Clark Kerr, Robert L. Raschen, R. A. Gordon, Arthur M. Ross.

 

Letter, Aug. 7, 1950, to R. L. Gulick (C Miscellany, Box 41)

 

Institute of International Studies.

 

4 letters, 1955, by John H. Cover and Covey T. Oliver.

 

Institute of Slavic Studies.

 

12 letters, 1948-1955, by Robert J. Kerner

 

Library.

 

45 letters, 1940-1958, by Harold L. Leupp, Donald Coney and others. Some relate to the purchase of material for the Trade Regulation Project.

 

Office of the Adviser to Foreign Students.

 

5 letters, 1949-1955, by Allen C. Blaisdell.

 

Letter, July 25, 1951, to R. L. Gulick (C Miscellany, Box 41).

See also Berkeley, Calif. International House.

 

Office of the Chancellor.

 

97 letters, 1952-1959, by Clark Kerr, Eugene Burdick, Richard L. Park, A. R. Davis, Glenn T. Seaborg.

 

Office of the Controller.

 

25 letters, 1939-1954, by H. H. Benedict, William J. Norton, J. H. Corley, O. Lundberg, E. C. Linsley.

 

8 letters, 1946-1953, to R. L. Gulick, mainly copies and memoranda re Teaching Institute of Economics (Box 41)

 

Office of the Dean of Students.

 

7 letters, 1942-1953, by H. E. Stone, Marguerite M. Van Derwerker and Chaffee E. Hall, Jr.

 

Office of the Dean of Graduate Division.

 

48 letters, 1940-1960, by Charles B. Lipman, John D. Hicks, M. A. Stewart, William R. Dennes, F. A. Jenkins, Sanford A. Mosk.

 

3 letters, 1949-1951, by M. A. Stewart and W. R. Dennes to R. L. Gulick (Box 41)

 

Office of the President.

 

143 letters, 1938-1959, by Robert G. Sproul, George A. Pettit, Clark Kerr et al.

 

6 letters, 1950-1951, by R. G. Sproul and Russell Barthell to R. L. Gulick (Box 41)

 

Office of the Registrar.

 

16 letters, 1940-1958. By Thomas B. Steel, W. C. Pomeroy, and Clinton C. Gilliam.

 

Office of the Summer Sessions.

 

5 letters, 1938-1949, by M. M. Stewart, A. R. Davis, and Raymond G. Gettell

 

Office of the University Press.

 

17 letters, 1942-1955, by Samuel T. Farquhar, Lucie E. N. Dobbie, August Frugé, and Max Knight. Letter from S. T. Farquhar to R. L. Gulick, May 10, 1945 (C Miscellany, Box 41)

 

Office of the Vice President and Provost.

 

30 letters, 1940-1952, by Monroe E. Deutsch.

 

Letter, Mar. 28, 1947, to R. L. Gulick (C Miscellany, box 41)

 

Radiation Laboratory.

 

3 letters, 1945-1952, by E. O. Lawrence, L. W. Alvarez and Melvin Calvin.

 

Regents.

 

9 letters, 1940-1959, by Robert M. Underhill, George D. Mallory, D. Gordon Tyndall, Stanley J. Thomson

 

School of Business Administration.

 

14 letters, 1942-1958, by E. T. Grether

 

School of Law.

 

11 letters, 1940-1958, by J. P. McBaine, Edwin D. Dickinson, William L. Prosser, Covey T. Oliver.

 

3 letters by Covey T. Oliver et al., 1950-1951, to R. L. Gulick (Box 41)

 

School of Librarianship.

 

Letter, June 25, 1947, by J. Periam Danton (Misc. Folder)

 

School of Public Health.

 

6 letters, 1950-1955, by Edward S. Rogers and Charles E. Smith.

 

3 letters, 1950, by E. S. Rogers to R. L. Gulick (Box 41)

 

University Extension.

 

41 letters, 1942-1958. By Baldwin M. Woods et al.

 

21 letters, 1946-1952, to R. L. Gulick (Box 41)

 

California. University, Davis

 

College of Agriculture.

 

6 letters, 1946-1958, by Knowles A. Ryerson, George L. Mehren, Trimble R. Hedges and J. M. Tinley

 

Department of Economics.

 

Letter, Jan. 3, 1957, by Bruce Glassburner (Misc. Folder)

 

California. University, Los Angeles

 

College of Business Administration.

 

Letter, Mar. 3, 1948, by Neil H. Jacoby to R. L. Gulick (C Miscellany, Box 41)

 

Dept. of Economics.

 

3 letters, 1941-1942, by Dudley F. Pegrum

 

Dept. of History.

 

3 letters, 1946-1947, by Charles L. Mowat

 

Dept. of Political Science.

 

4 letters, 1949-1955, by Russell H. Fitsgibbon, Thomas P. Jenkin and D. E. McHenry

 

Graduate Division.

 

Letter, Jan. 29, 1946, by Vernon O. Knudsen (Misc. Folder)

 

Office of the Provost.

 

2 letters, 1945-1950, by C. A. Dykstra

 

School of Medicine.

 

Letter, Mar. 14, 1947, by Stafford L. Warren (Misc. Folder)

 

California. University, Riverside

 

Division of Social Sciences. Letter, Apr. 25, 1955, by Arthur C. Turner (Misc. Folder)

 

California. University, San Francisco

 

(Medical Center).

 

19 letters, 1949-1955. Included letters by T. L. Althausen, H. H. Anderson, F. S. Smyth, and T. C. Daniels

 

University Extension.

 

3 letters, 1946-1947, by William K. Schmelzle.

 

California. University, Santa Barbara

 

Office of the Provost. 2 letters, 1955, by Clark G. Kuebler

 

California Association of Secondary School Principals

 

2 letters, 1942, by J. Paul Leonard

 

California Fruit Growers Exchange

 

3 letters, 1946, by Paul S. Armstrong and F. R. Wilcox

 

California Institute of Technology, Pasadena

 

4 letters, 1942, by J. E. Wallace Sterling.

 

California Monthly

 

8 letters, 1941-1950, concerning articles written for the Monthly.

See also file of articles written by J. B. Condliffe in cartons 23 and 33.

 

Letter, Oct. 31, 1951, to R. L. Gulick (C Miscellany, Box 41)

 

California State Chamber of Commerce

 

2 letters, 1945-1946

 

5 letters, 1948-1950, to R. L. Gulick. 1950 letters by Donald W. McColly

 

California Texas Oil Company, Limited

 

4 letters, 1951-1953, by Francis McIntyre

 

Calkins, Robert De Blois, 1903-

 

8 letters, 1939-1945. Some written as Chairman, Dept. of Economics, University of California.

See also Brookings Institution, Washington, D. C.

 

Letter, July 21, 1944, to R. L. Gulick (C Miscellany, Box 41)

 

Letter to Shotwell in carton 7.

 

Calligas, George Charilaos

 

3 letters, 1955

 

Calsoyas, Beverly Marguerite (Shaver) (Mrs. Chris Demosthenes Calsoyas)

 

17 letters, 1947-1956. Notes by Chris Calsoyas on letters of Feb. 6, and July 21, 1952.

 

Calsoyas, Chris Demosthenes, 1922-

 

76 letters, 1941-1956. Letter of Apr. 17, 1956, includes two letters from California State College, San Francisco, signed by Arthur J. Hall.

 

Calvin, Melvin, 1911-

see California. University, California. Radiation Laboratory

 

Campbell, Arnold Everitt

see New Zealand Council for Educational Research

 

Canning, John Bennett

see Stanford University

 

Capehart, Homer Earl, 1897-

see U.S. Congress. Senate

 

Carey, William Gibson, 1896-1947

 

2 letters, 1942

 

Carleton, Alford, 1903-

 

37 letters, 1952-1958

 

Carlson, Reynold Erland

see Vanderbilt University, Nashville

 

Carmody, Francis James, 1907-

see California. University, Berkeley. Dept. of French

 

Carnegie Corporation of New York

 

106 letters, 1930-1956, by F. P. Keppel, John M. Russell, Whitney H. Shepardson, Pendleton Herring, Stephen H. Stackpole, John W. Gardner, Charles Dollard, James A. Perkins, Florence Anderson and Robert M. Lester.

 

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

 

230 letters, 1941-1956, by J. T. Shotwell, Malcolm W. Davis, E. B. Sayre, G. A. Finch, C. A. Phillips, Alger Hiss, Helen Lawrence Scanlon, Howard E. Wilson, Melvin J. Fox, Joseph E. Johnson and Anne Winslow. Letter of July 9, 1943, includes letter from E. E. A. Winslow; July 18, 1944, letter from Harold Smith; Feb. 19, 1942, from Nathan Otto; Aug. 4, 1944, from M. V. Guardiola; Feb. 14, 1946, from Frank A. Southard; copy of Antonin Basch letter included in letter of Feb. 14, 1947; copy of letter from Harry Hawkins, Apr. 14, 1948; letter from Tadeusz Spitzer, Dec. 29, 1949.

 

68 letters, 1944-1952, to R. L. Gulick (Box 41), by Henry S. Haskell, J. T. Shotwell, M. W. Davis, E. B. Sayre, G. A. Finch, M. J. Fox. Included also are memoranda from Ruby Drogoseth, Secretary.

See also subject files in cartons 7 and 8.

See also Commission to Study the Organization of Peace and Committee on International Economic Policy.

 

Carnegie Institute of Technology, Pittsburgh

 

2 letters, 1944, by Willard E. Hotchkiss

 

Carr-Saunders, sir Alexander Morris, 1886-

 

4 letters, 1937-1941.

See also London School of Economics and Political Science.

 

Carskadon, Thomas Reynolds, 1900-

see Twentieth Century Fund

 

Carson, William Joseph, 1898-

see National Bureau of Economic Research

 

Carter, Edward Clark, 1878-1954

see American Institute of Pacific Relations

 

Carver, Thomas Nixon, 1865-

 

2 letters, 1945

 

Cassidy, Harry Morris, 1900-

see California. University, Berkeley. Dept. of Social Welfare

 

Caughey, John Walton, 1902-

see Pacific Historical Review

 

Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences

 

2 letters, 1945-1955, by Ralph W. Tyler

 

Centre Américain de Secours

 

3 letters, 1940-1941, by Varian Fry

 

Centre D'Etudes de Politique Etrangère

 

6 letters, 1948-1951, mainly by Jacques Vernant, 1948-1949 letters headed Conférence permanente des hautes études internationales (International Studies Conference).

 

Centre Paul Hymans

 

3 letters, 1956-1957, by Paul Hatry and Jacques Rueff.

 

Century Association, New York

 

3 letters, 1945-1948. One letter by Henry Allen Moe.

 

Chadwick, James, 1891-

 

8 letters, 1948-1955

 

Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America

 

16 letters, 1941-1947, by C. D. Snow, A. W. Hawkes, Ralph Bradford, E. A. Johnston, W. K. Jackson, E. O. Shreve and E. P. Schmidt.

 

5 letters, 1944-1949, to R. L. Gulick (Box 41) by Emerson P. Schmidt and Millard A. Black.

See also subject files in carton 8.

 

Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America. Foreign Commerce Dept.

 

20 letters, 1943-1950, by E. L. Bacher, K. H. Campbell, Ralph Bradford et al.

 

Chamberlain, Joseph Perkins, 1873-1951

see American Committee for International Studies

 

Chao, Pu Hsia Frederick, 1903-

 

2 letters, 1943

 

Chapman, John H., 1886-1948

 

2 letters, 1943-1946

 

Chase National Bank, New York

 

5 letters, 1947-1950, to R. L. Gulick by Benjamin Haggott Beckhart (Box 41)

 

Cherrington, Ben Mark, 1885-

 

18 letters, 1941-1955. Letter of Dec. 5, 1955 includes letter of Clem W. Collins.

 

2 letters, 1944-1948, to R. L. Gulick (Box 41)

 

Chicago. University

 

18 letters, 1941-1957. Include letters from various departments and units within the university. Letters by Walter H. C. Laves, Gordon J. Laing, Quincy Wright, Jon U. Nef, S. E. Leland, George B. de Huszar, and E. A. Shils.

 

Chicago. University. Press

 

36 letters, 1929-1949, by D. P. Bean, G. J. Laing, R. D. Hemens, W. K. Jordan et al. 1943 contract included.

 

China Institute in America

 

3 letters, 1943-1946

 

Chit-Chat-Club, San Francisco

see Murdock, Osgood.

See also Leake, Chauncey and Joralemon, Ira Beaman

 

Christchurch, N.Z. University of Canterbury. Librarian

 

6 letters, 1950-1953, by Clifford W. Collins

 

Christchurch, N.Z. University of Canterbury. Rector

 

7 letters, 1950-1957, by H. R. Hulme and F. J. Llewellyn

 

Christchurch, N.Z. University of Canterbury. Registrar

 

19 letters, 1921-1957. Included are pictures of the Margaret Condliffe Award medal.

 

Church Peace Union

 

3 letters, 1950-1951

 

Citizens' Committee for the Reciprocal World Trade

 

15 letters, 1948, to R. L. Gulick by Marjorie Taggard White (Box 42)

 

Citizens Inc.

 

2 letters, 1944, by Irving Fisher

 

Claremont College

 

5 letters, 1941-1948, by Russell M. Story and Frederick Hard

 

Clarendon Press

 

6 letters, 1937, by John Mulgan

 

Clark, Colin, 1905-

 

3 letters, 1949-1950

 

Clark, Evans, 1888-

see Twentieth Century Fund

 

Clark, John Maurice, 1884-

 

4 letters, 1944-1947

 

Clark, Pearl (Franklin), 1886- (Mrs. Wallace Clark)

 

2 letters, 1949-1954

 

Clarvoe, Frank Auld, 1896-

see San Francisco News

 

Clausen, Roy Elwood, 1891-1956

see California. University, Berkeley. College of Agriculture

 

Clay, sir Henry, 1883-1954

 

10 letters, 1929-1947

 

Clayton, William Lockhart

 

2 letters, 1949

 

2 letters, 1950-1952, to R. L. Gulick (Box 42)

 

Cleland, Robert Glass, 1885-1957

see Occidental College, Los Angeles

 

Cleland, William Wendell, 1888-

see U.S. Dept. of State

 

Cleveland, William Charles, 1902-

see Indiana. University

 

Clunies Ross, sir Ian, 1899-

 

3 letters, 1949

 

Coil, Everett Johnston, 1907-1950

see National Planning Association

 

Cocker, W. Hollis

 

3 letters, 1952-1960

 

Cole, Arthur Harrison, 1889-

 

3 letters, 1957

 

Cole, Fay-Cooper, 1881-

 

5 letters, 1954-1955

 

Cole, George Douglas Howard, 1889-1959

 

2 letters, 1919

 

Colligan, Francis James, 1908-

see U.S. Dept. of State

 

Collins, Clem Wetzell, 1883-

see Cherrington, Ben Mark, 1885-

 

Colorado Agricultural and Mechanical College

 

2 letters, 1956, by Edmund Whittaker

 

Columbia University

 

14 letters, 1943-1954. Include letters from various departments, by R. M. Haig, P. H. Nystrom, John E. Orchard, G. T. Robinson, Grayson Kirk, Horace Taylor, Leopold Arnaud and J. Marshall Miller.

See also subject file in carton 8.

 

Columbia University Press

 

4 letters, 1941-1948

 

2 letters, 1948, to R. L. Gulick (Box 42)

 

Commission to Study the Organization of Peace

 

33 letters, 1941-1957, by Clark M. Eichelberger, J. T. Shotwell, Clyde Eagleton, B. H. Levy, A. N. Holcombe et al. Some are form letters.

See also Haviland, Henry Field.

See also subject file in carton 8.

 

Committee for a Jewish Army

 

5 letters, 1942, by Pierre van Paassen

 

Committee for Economic Development

 

2 letters, 1943-1949. 1943 letter by Theodore O. Yntema

 

Committee for Free Asia, Inc.

see Asia Foundation

 

Committee for the International Trade Organization

 

12 letters, 1949-1950, by William L. Batt, Charles R. Weaver and Melvin J. Fox. Letter of Feb. 15, 1950, includes copy of letter from Tadeusz B. Spitzer. Re Havana Charter.

 

10 letters, 1949-1950, to R. L. Gulick by Melvin J. Fox (Box 42)

See also Subject file in carton 8.

 

Committee on International Economic Policy

 

36 letters, 1944-1948, by Clark H. Minor, Frank L. Warrin and Melvin J. Fox. Letter of Aug. 25, 1944, includes letter from Henry Howard; June 2, 1947, copy of letter from John D. Black.

 

93 letters, 1944-1948, to R. L. Gulick (Box 42), by Melvin J. Fox, W. W. Aldrich, W. H. Booth and Clark H. Minor. Letter of Sept. 18, 1947, is incomplete.

See also Carnegie Endowment correspondence, and see subject files, cartons 8 and 9.

 

Commonwealth Club of California, San Francisco

 

4 letters, 1942-1951

 

2 letters, 1950-1952, to R. L. Gulick (Box 42)

 

Commonwealth Fund

 

6 letters, 1948-1957. Some by L. V. Hammond.

 

Compton, Charles Herrick, 1880-

see St. Louis. Public Library

 

Condliffe, George M.

 

5 letters, 1944-1957

 

Condliffe, John Charles

 

8 letters, 1939-1958

 

Condliffe, Thomas R.

 

4 letters, 1932-1958

 

Coney, Donald, 1901-

see California. University, Berkeley. Library

 

Conference Board of the Associated Research Councils. Committee on International Exchange of Persons

 

8 letters, 1949-1953, by Gordon T. Bowles and Francis A. Young

 

Congress of Industrial Organizations

 

3 letters, 1943-1948, by Kermit Eby and Ray Warwick

 

Constance, Lincoln, 1909-

see California. University, Berkeley. College of Letters and Science

 

Constantacatos, M. E.

see Konstantakatos, M. E.

 

Cook, Richard Francis, 1906-

see U.S. Dept. of State

 

Coons, Arthur Gardiner, 1900-

 

12 letters, 1942-1959. Some written as President of Occidental College.

 

Copland, Douglas Berry, 1894-

 

28 letters, 1923-1956. Feb. 1945 letters are copies only.

See also Mss. in carton 23.

 

Corbett, Percy E., 1892-

 

2 letters, 1941.

See also Mss. in carton 23.

 

Corley, T. A. B., 1923-

 

2 letters, 1954-1955

 

Cosío Villegas, Daniel

 

3 letters, 1944

 

Cotton Trade Journal

 

10 letters, 1943-1944, mainly by Carl Hochman.

 

Council on Foreign Relations

 

27 letters, 1931-1955. By Walter H. Mallory, Percy W. Bidwell, Joseph Barber, W. Diebold, Philip Edward Mosely.

See also subject file, carton 9.

 

Cover, John Higson, 1891-

see California. University, Berkeley. Institute of International Studies

 

Coward, Dag

 

2 letters, 1939, re Norwegian study for the Trade Regulation Project.

 

Cowden, Thomas Kyle, 1908-

see American Farm Bureau Federation

 

Crane, Jacob Leslie, 1892-

see American Institute of Planners

 

Crane, Robert Treat

see Social Science Research Council

 

Crawford, Frederick Coolidge, 1891-

see National Manufacturers' Association

 

Cressey, George Babcock, 1896-

 

2 letters, 1934-1943

 

Crocker, Walter Russell, 1902-

 

20 letters, 1944-1960.

See also American Institute of Pacific Relations

 

Cross, Ira Brown, 1880-

see California. University, Berkeley, Dept. of Economics

 

Crowther, Geoffrey, 1907-

 

3 letters, 1941-1956

 

Culbertson, William Smith, 1884-

see U.S. War Dept.

 

Currie, George Alexander, 1896-

 

4 letters, 1952-1953.

See also New Zealand University. Vice Chancellor.

See also reprint in carton 23.

 

Curtis, Lionel, 1872-

 

3 letters, 1932-1949

 

D Miscellany (Single items)

 

Davidson, sir Alfred Charles, 1882-

 

Ltr., Apr. 24, 1945

 

Davidson, Charles Sprecher, 1910-

 

Ltr., Jan. 27, 1949

 

Davies, Fred Alexander, 1894-

 

Ltr., Mar. 16, 1952

 

Davis, Malcolm Waters, 1889-

 

Ltr., Apr. 22, 1954.

See also Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.

See also Norton & Co.

 

Deak, Francis, 1899-

 

Ltr., Feb. 27, 1956

 

Delano, Frederic Adrian, 1863-1953

 

Ltr., July 17, 1944, to R. L. Gulick (D Miscellany, Box 42). Also to Shotwell in carton 7.

 

Denham, Henry George, 1880-1942

 

Ltr., Dec. 7, 1942

 

Denman, Leslie (Van Ness), 1867-1959

 

Ltr., May 31, 1941

 

Dennery, Etienne

 

Telegram, May 24, 1945

 

Dennison, Stanley R.

 

Ltr., June 25, 1952

 

Despres, Emile, 1909-

 

Ltr., Mar. 12, 1960

 

De Vegh, Imre, 1906-

 

Ltr., Sept. 11, 1941

 

Donovan, William Joseph, 1883-1959

 

Telegram to R. L. Gulick, n.d. (D Miscellany, Box 42)

 

Douglas, Edward Mills, 1903-

 

Feb. 1, 1956

 

Douglas, Lewis Williams, 1894-

 

Letter to R. L. Gulick, Mar. 9, 1951 (D Miscellany, Box 42)

 

Douglas, William Orville, 1898-

 

Ltr., to R. L. Gulick, Nov. 25, 1950 (D Miscellany, Box 42)

 

Duke University, Durham, N. C.

 

Ltr., Sept. 10, 1943, by Earl J. Hamilton

 

Dunn, Frederick Sherwood, 1893-

 

Telegram, Dec. 9 (no year)

See also Yale University. Institute of International Studies

 

Dupeyrat, André, 1902-

 

Ltr., Jan. 3, 1937

 

Du Vigneaud, Vincent

 

Ltr., Nov. 14, 1955

 

Duyvendak, Jan Julius Lodewijk, 1889-

 

Mar. 7, 1949

 

Daggett, Stuart, 1881-1954

see California. University, Berkeley. Dept. of Economics

 

Daniels, Troy Cook, 1899-

see California. University, San Francisco (Medical Center)

 

Danton, Joseph Periam

see California. University, Berkeley. School of Librarianship

 

Dartmouth College

 

5 letters, 1946-1956, by Herluf Vagn Olsen and Robin Robinson.

See also Dickey, John Sloan.

 

Das, Rajani Kanta, 1881-

 

2 letters, 1947-1948

 

Davenport, Frederick Morgan, 1866-1956

see National Institute of Public Affairs

 

Davenport, Russell Wheeler, 1899-1954

 

2 letters, 1940-1941

 

Davey, Harold W.

see New York University

 

Davis, Alton Frank, 1889-1959

see Lincoln Electric Company

 

Davis, Alva Raymond, 1887-

see California. University, California. College of Letters and Science; Office of the Chancellor; Office of the Summer Sessions

 

Davis, Chester Charles, 1887-

 

2 letters, 1954

 

Davis, John Merle, 1875-

 

42 letters, 1926-1958. Letter of Jan. 11, 1955 includes copy of letter by Beatrice Wyatt.

 

3 letters, 1950-1952, to R. L. Gulick (Box 42)

See also Ms. in carton 23.

 

Davis, Joseph Stancliffe, 1885-

 

49 letters, 1941-1954. Many written as Director, Food Research Institute at Stanford. Letter of Mar. 29, 1945 includes copy of letter by Seymour E. Harris.

 

8 letters, 1945-1949, to R. L. Gulick (Box 42)

See also Ms. in carton 23.

 

Davisson, Malcolm MacNiven, 1907-

see California. University, Berkeley. Dept. of Economics

 

Day, Edmund Ezra, 1883-1951

see Rockefeller Foundation

 

Day, George Parmly, 1876-1952

see Yale. University

 

Dean, Arthur Lyman, 1878-1952

see Hawaii. University

 

Dean, Vera Micheles, 1903-

see Foreign Policy Association

 

Delta Phi Epsilon

 

12 letters, 1940-1956

 

Denison University, Granville, Ohio

 

2 letters, 1942, by Leland J. Gordon

 

Dennes, William Ray, 1898-

see California. University, Berkeley. Office of the Dean of the Graduate Division.

 

Dennett, Raymond, 1913-

see American Institute of Pacific Relations

 

Denver, Colo. University

 

4 letters, 1948-1951, by A. Theodorides, S. Arthur Henry, Alonzo B. May.

See also Cherrington, Ben M.

 

Deperon, Paul

 

9 letters, 1942-1947

 

Derby, Harry L. M. 1882-

see International Business Relations Council

 

Desmond, Robert William, 1900-

see California. University, Berkeley. Committee on International Relations

 

Deutsch, Monroe Emanuel, 1879-1955

see California. University, Berkeley. Office of the Vice Chancellor and Provost.

See also World Affairs Council of Northern California, and International Center.

 

De Vinney, Leland Collins, 1906-

see Rockefeller Foundation

 

Dewey, Charles Schuveldt, 1882-

 

2 letters, 1947, to R. L. Gulick (Box 42)

 

Dewey, Davis Rich, 1858-1942

see American Economic Review

 

Dewey, Ralph B.

 

7 letters, 1947-1950.

See also Pacific American Steamship Company.

 

Dewhurst, James Frederic, 1895-

see Twentieth Century Fund

 

Dickey, John Sloan, 1907-

 

3 letters, 1946-1950

 

Letter, Feb. 18, 1948, to R. L. Gulick (D Miscellany, Box 42)

See also U.S. Dept. of State.

 

Dickinson, Edwin De Witt, 1887-

 

3 letters, 1938-1941.

See also California. University, Berkeley. School of Law

 

Diebold, William

see Council on Foreign Relations

 

Disney (Walt) Productions

 

2 letters, 1943, by Robert Spencer Carr

 

Diffendorfer, Ralph Eugene, 1879-1951

see Methodist Church. Board of Missions and Church Extension

 

Dillard, Dudley, 1913-

see Maryland. University

 

Divine, Thomas Francis, 1900-

 

6 letters, 1943

 

Djojohadikusumo, Sumitro, 1917-

 

4 letters, 1950-1956

 

Letter, Apr. 25, 1949, to R. L. Gulick (D Miscellany, Box 42)

 

Dodd, Paul

 

7 letters, 1941-1953. Some written as Dean of the College of Letters and Science, UCLA

 

Dollard, Charles, 1907-

see Carnegie Corporation of New York

 

Donnelly, sir Arthur Telford, 1891-1954

 

13 letters, 1940-1954

 

Donnelly, Ian, D. 1956

 

6 letters, 1953-1956

 

Dougall, Herbert Edward, 1902-

see Stanford University

 

Douglas, Helen (Gahagan), 1900-

see League of Women Voters of Berkeley, Calif.

See also U.S. Congress. House

 

Douglas, Paul Howard, 1892-

see U.S. Congress. Senate

 

Dove, John, 1872-1934

see Round Table

 

Dow, Willard Henry, 1897-1949

 

To Alexander Stevenson, in carton 7.

 

Downing, Richard Ivan

see International Labour Office

 

Draper-Hunt, G. Edward

 

21 letters, 1940-1942

 

Drucker, Adolph Bertram, 1881-

 

3 letters, 1941-1947

 

Duff, Roger

see Canterbury Museum, Christchurch, N.Z.

 

Duggan, Stephen, 1870-1950

see Council on Refugee Aid

 

Dulles, John Foster, 1888-1959

see U.S. Dept. of State.

See also Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America. Commission on a Just and Durable Peace.

 

Dumke, Glenn S.

see California. State College, San Francisco

 

Dunlop, John Thomas, 1914-

 

2 letters, 1948

 

Dupriez, Léon Hugo, 1901-

 

16 letters, 1937-1954.

See also Ms. in carton 23.

See also Basch, Antonin.

 

Duvieusart, Philippe Léopold

 

3 letters, 1955-1956

 

Dyason, Edward C.

 

14 letters, 1926-1944.

See also Ms. in carton 23.

 

Dyason, John

 

7 letters, 1940-1941.

See also material in carton 23.

 

Dye, Alexander Vincent, 1876-1956

see National Foreign Trade Council.

See also Foreign Trade Reconstruction Committee.

See also Ms. in carton 23.

 

Dykstra, Clarence Addison, 1883-1950

see California. University, Los Angeles. Office of the Provost

 

E Miscellany (Single items)

 

Eddy, William Alfred, 1896-

 

Ltr., Sept. 10, 1952. Copy, with note appended

 

Eggleston, sir Frederic William, 1875-1954

 

Ltr., May 16, 1941

 

Eisenhower, Milton Stover, 1899-

 

Ltr., Oct. 17, 1946

 

Elmhirst, Leonard Knight, 1893-

 

Ltr., to R. L. Gulick, Nov. 26, 1947, by Joseph S. Lawrence (E Miscellany, Box 42)

 

Etheridge, Mark Foster, 1896-

 

Ltr., to R. L. Gulick, Jan. 9, 1950 (E Miscellany, Box 42)

 

Eagleton, Clyde, 1891-1958

see Commission to Study the Organization of Peace

 

Earle, Edward Mead, 1894-1954

 

2 letters, 1946-1951.

See also American Committee for International Studies

 

Eberhard, Wolfram, 1909-

see California. University, Berkeley. Dept. of Sociology and Social Institutions

 

Eby, Kermit, 1903-

see Congress of Industrial Organizations

 

Eckstein, Alexander, 1915-

 

11 letters, 1944-1949

 

Economic Society of Australia and New Zealand

 

6 letters, 1950-1960. Letters from various branches

 

Economist

 

6 letters, 1927-1958, by W. T. Layton, D. Tyerman

 

Edsall, Preston William, 1902-

see North Carolina. University. State College of Agriculture and Engineering

 

Education for a World Society

 

6 letters, 1949-1951, by C. O. Arndt

 

Edwards, Paul Carroll, 1882-

see San Francisco News

 

Edwards, Ralph Livingstone, 1913-

see This Is Your life

 

Eichelberger, Clark Mell, 1896-

see Commission to Study the Organization of Peace.

See also American Association for the United Nations, Inc.

 

Eliot, George Fielding, 1894-

see Committee for National Morale

 

Ellis, Howard Sylvester, 1898-

 

19 letters, 1940-1954. Some written as Professor of Economics, University of California.

See also California. University, Berkeley. Dept. of Economics to R. L. Gulick.

 

Ellsworth, Paul T., 1897-

 

12 letters, 1943-1958

 

2 letters, 1946-1947, to R. L. Gulick (Box 42)

 

Embree, Edwin Rogers, 1883-

see Rockefeller Foundation

 

Emeny, Brooks, 1901-

 

6 letters, 1940-1943

 

Encyclopaedia Britannica

 

14 letters, 1953-1958, by Walter Yust, John V. Dodge and Francis S. Nipp, re articles for the Encyclopaedia.

 

Encyclopaedia of the Social Sciences

 

2 letters, 1931-1932, by Alvin S. Johnson. 1955 working paper also included.

 

Encyclopedia Americana

 

2 letters, 1946, by A. H. McDannald

 

Engle, Nathanael Howard

see Pacific Advertising Association

 

Ensminger, Douglas

see Ford Foundation

 

Eppinger, Josua, 1902-

see San Francisco Examiner

 

Erb, Donald Milton, 1900-

see Oregon. University

 

Erdman, Henry Ernest, 1884-

see California. University, Berkeley. College of Agriculture

 

Exploratory Committee for an Inter-Organizational Council on World Affairs

 

6 letters, 1946-1947, by Eugene Staley and H. F. Grade

 

4 letters, 1946-1947, by Henry F. Grade and Sally Smith Kahn, to R. L. Gulick (Box 42)

See also subject file in carton 9.

 

Export-Import Bank of Washington

 

3 letters, 1951, by Hawthorne Arey and Sidney Sherwood to R. L. Gulick (Box 42)

 

Ezekiel, Mordecai Joseph Brill, 1899-

see U.S. Dept. of Agriculture

 

F Miscellany (Single items)

 

Fahs, Charles Burton, 1908-

 

Ltr., Apr. 8, 1940.

See also New York. Missionary Library

 

Fairbank, John King, 1907-

 

Ltr., Nov. 13, 1952. Copy only

 

Falk, Adrien Joseph

 

Ltr., July 27, 1951, to R. L. Gulick (F Miscellany, Box 42)

 

Federation of American Scientists

 

Ltr., Mar. 5, 1948, by R. E. Marshak

 

Feis, Herbert, 1893-

 

May 6, 1949.

See also U.S. Dept. of State

 

Ferenczi, Imre, 1884-

 

Ltr., May 21, 1940

 

Fetter, Frank Whitson, 1899-

 

Dec. 19, 1957

 

Fields, John Edwin, 1915-

 

Ltr., Feb. 28, 1948, to R. L. Gulick (F Miscellany, Box 42)

See also Far East Trader in Condliffe files.

 

Findlay, sir John George, 1862-

 

Ltr., Aug. 14, 1924

 

Findlay, Joseph John, 1860-

 

Ltr., Nov. 18, 1923

 

Fisher, Irving, 1867-1947

 

Ltr., May 23, 1930

 

Fleming, Daniel Johnson, 1877-

 

Ltr., May 14, 1943

 

Fletcher, sir Angus Somerville, 1883-

 

Ltr., June 3, 1943.

See also World Wide Broadcasting Service

 

Fletcher, Cyril Scott, 1904-

 

Ltr., Aug. 27, 1953

 

Florinsky, Michael T. 1894-

 

Ltr., Jan. 17, 1941

 

Ford, Henry, 1917-

 

Ltr., Mar. 2, 1953

 

Foreign Trade Reconstruction Committee

 

Ltr., Apr. 4, 1944, by Alexander v. Dye.

 

Letter, Mar. 22, 1944, to R. L. Gulick (F Miscellany, Box 42)

 

France. Ambassade. New York

 

Ltr., June 8, 1948

 

Falk, Karl L., 1911-

see California. State College, Fresno

 

Far East Trader

 

2 letters, 1947-1948, by John Edwin Fields

 

Far Eastern Quarterly

 

2 letters, 1948, re book reviews for the Quarterly

 

Far Eastern Survey

 

12 letters, 1948-1953, by Philip E. Lilienthal, Miriam S. Farley et al.

 

Farley, Miriam Southwell

see Far Eastern Survey

 

Farnsworth, Helen Elliott (Cherington), 1903- (Mrs. Paul Randolph Farnsworth)

 

11 letters, 1945-1946. Re Carnegie Agriculture Series.

See also Carnegie subject file in carton 7.

 

Farquhar, Francis Peloubet, 1887-

 

4 letters, 1957-1959

 

Fay, Charles Ryle, 1884-

 

2 letters, 1919-1920

 

Feder, Ernest, 1913-

 

6 letters, 1950-1956

 

Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America. Commission on a Just and Durable Peace

 

4 letters, 1943, by O. F. Nolde, J. F. Dulles, and Paul G. Macy.

 

Federal Reserve Bank of New York

 

5 letters, 1947-1954. Include letter by Henry G. Aubrey.

 

Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco

 

2 letters, 1940-1954

 

Federal Union

 

8 letters, 1950-1951, by Clarence Streit and others, to R. L. Gulick. Some letters of Freedom and Union, published by the Federal Union, included, as well as memoranda and reprints. (Box 42).

See also Freedom and Union.

 

Feldman, Carl H., 1928-

 

7 letters, 1951-1953

 

Fellner, William John, 1905-

 

6 letters, 1952-1957

 

Fels, Rendigs, 1917-

 

3 letters, 1955

 

Ferguson, George V., 1897-

 

4 letters, 1945-1946

 

Fernie, William G. V.

 

3 letters, 1954-1959

 

Field, Harry Hubert, 1897-1946

see National Opinion Research Center

 

Finch, George Augustus, 1884-1957

see Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

 

Finkelstein, Louis, 1895-

 

2 letters, 1957

 

Firth, Gerald G.

 

6 letters, 1939-1954. 1939-1940 letters re Australian section of the Trade Regulation Project.

See also material in carton 21.

 

Fischel, Walter Joseph, 1902-

see California. University, Berkeley. Dept. of Near Eastern Languages

 

Fisher, Galan Merriam, 1873-1955

 

2 letters, 1936-1947. 1936 letter written as Secretary-General of the Institute of Pacific Relations.

See also American Institute of Pacific Relations and Pacific Coast Committee on American Principles and Fair Play.

 

Fisher, Harold Henry, 1890-

 

15 letters, 1947-1957

 

Fitzgibbon, Russell Humke, 1902-

see California. University, Los Angeles. Dept. of Political Science

 

Fletcher School of Law and Diplomancy, Medford, Mass.

 

3 letters, 1947, by Robert B. Stewart

 

Follis, Ralph Gwin, 1902-

see Standard Oil Co. of California

 

Fong, Hsien Ding

 

3 letters, 1941-1947.

See also American Institute of Pacific Relations, and United Nations. Economic Commission for Asia and the Far East.

 

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

 

36 letters, 1947-1959, by F. L. McDougall, Herbert Broadley, Gerda Blau, N. E. Dodd and F. B. Northrup.

See also subject files in carton 10.

 

Forbes, John D.

see American Enterprise Association

 

Ford, Alan Wayne, 1926-

 

10 letters, 1955-1958. Included is application for Ford Foundation grant.

 

Ford Foundation

 

77 letters, 1951-1960, by R. T. Moyer, P. G. Hoffman, C. B. Spaeth, J. B. Howard, M. Katz, K. R. Iverson, Dyke Brown, Eugene Staley, Joseph M. McDaniel, D. Ensminger et al. Some are copies only.

See also Butterfield, Victor L., and subject files in cartons 10 and 11.

 

Foreign Policy Association

 

12 letters, 1943-1950. Some letters by V. M. Dean.

 

4 letters, 1947-1950, to R. L. Gulick (Box 42)

 

Fortune

 

11 letters, 1940-1955, by R. L. Buell, A. L. Furth, R. D. Paine, J. K. Galbraith and others. With copies of Supplements, 1941-1942, in which Prof. Condliffe collaborated.

 

Fox, Melvin J.

see Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.

See also Committee for the International Trade Organization; Committee on International Economic policy; and World Trade Foundation of America.

 

France. Consulat, San Francisco

 

4 letters, 1948-1957, to R. L. Gulick (Box 42)

 

Franck, Peter Goswyn, 1913-

 

21 letters, 1941-1958

 

Frankel, Sally Herbert, 1903-

 

10 letters, 1936-1945

 

Fraser, Malcolm, 1873-

 

8 letters, 1915

 

Free World

 

7 letters, 1942-1943

 

Freedom & Union

 

2 letters, 1950-1955, by Clarence K. Streit

 

Freeman, Frank Nugent, 1880-

see California. University, Berkeley. Dept. of Education

 

Freutel, Guy Scott, 1921-

see Washington University, St. Louis

 

Frey, Otto, 1907-

see United Nations

 

Friends, Society of. American Friends Service Committee

 

28 letters, 1944-1954, by Roy McCorkel, Ruth R. Nichols, A. Burns Chalmer, Lawrence Senesh, Charles Schwieso, Nora R. Booth, Peggy Reid. Some are form letters.

 

7 letters, 1950-1951, to R. L. Gulick and Mrs. Benton (Box 42)

 

Frugé, August, 1909-

see California. University, Berkeley. Office of the University Press

 

Frumkin, Gregory, 1895-

 

5 letters, 1951-1954

 

Fry, Varian

see Centre Américain de Secours.

See also American Labor Conference on International Affairs.

 

Fulbright, James William, 1905-

see U.S. Congress. Senate

 

Fuller, William Parmer, 1913-

see San Francisco. Chamber of Commerce

 

Fulton, James Grove, 1903-

see U.S. Congress. House

 

Furniss, Edgar Stephenson, 1890-

see Yale University

 

Furth, Albert Lavenson, 1902-

see Fortune

 

G Miscellany (Single items)

 

Gaines, Francis Pendleton, 1892-1963

 

Ltr., to Shotwell, carton 7

 

Galloway, George Barnes, 1898-

 

Ltr., Apr. 8, 1953.

See also Twentieth Century Fund.

See also article in carton 23.

 

Garrett, Paul Willard, 1891-

 

Ltr., Aug. 30, 1949, to R. L. Gulick (G Miscellany, Box 42)

 

George Washington University

 

Ltr., Apr. 7, 1953, by Asahel D. Woodruff

 

Gifford, John Liddle King, 1899-

 

Ltr., Aug. 23, 1950

 

Gilliam, Harold

 

Ltr., Apr. 1, 1958

 

Goodpaster, Andrew Jackson, 1915-

 

Ltr., Dec. 28, 1959

 

Graham, Frank Dunstone, 1890-1949

 

Ltr., Dec. 4, 1940

 

Greenwood, Arthur, 1880-

 

Ltr., n.d.

 

Griffin, Clare Elmer, 1892-

 

Ltr., Jan 16, 1943

 

Griswold, Alfred Whitney, 1906-

 

Ltr., Mar. 15, 1950

 

Guins, George Constantine, 1887-

 

Ltr., Dec. 28, 1945

 

Gurtoo, Dukh Haran Nath, 1917-

 

Ltr., Aug. 21, 1952

 

Gainsborough, Samuel

 

17 letters, 1939-1949

 

Gainsbrugh, Martin Reuben, 1908-

see National Industrial Conference Board

 

Galbraith, J. Kenneth, 1908-

 

2 letters, 1949-1950.

See also Fortune.

 

Gange, John Frederic, 1910-

see Brookings Institution, Washington, D. C.

See also U.S. Economic Cooperation Administration

 

Ganguli, Birendranath

 

5 letters, 1950-1960

 

Gardner, John William, 1912-

see Carnegie Corporation of New York

 

Gayer, Arthur David, 1903-1951

see Norton & Co.

 

General Electric Company

 

7 letters, 1953-1954, by R. W. Turnbull, Robert W. Jackson and C. H. Warner

 

5 letters, 1946-1950, to R. L. Gulick (Box 42), by Philip D. Reed and C. F. Gill.

 

Geneva Research Centre

 

4 letters, 1937-1938, by John B. Whitton.

See also subject files, carton 11.

 

Gerig, Benjamin, 1894-

see U.S. Dept. of State

 

Gerschenkron, Alexander, 1904-

 

109 letters, 1940-1956. Many signed Shura.

 

2 letters, 1946, to R. L. Gulick (Box 42)

 

Also letter to Shotwell, carton 7.

See also study in carton 23.

 

Gettell, Raymond Garfield, 1881-1949

see California. University, Berkeley. Office of the Summer Sessions

 

Giannini, Lawrence Mario, 1894-1952

see Bank of America, San Francisco

 

Gibbs, George, 1910-

 

22 letters, 1939-1955.

See also report in carton 23.

 

Giblin, Lyndhurst Falkiner, 1872-

 

4 letters, 1938-1939, concerning the Trade Regulation Project.

 

Gibson, George Davis, 1906-

see California. State College, San Francisco

 

Gideonse, Harry David, 1901-

 

2 letters, 1943

 

Letter, June 26, 1945, to R. L. Gulick (G Miscellany, Box 42)

 

Gifford, Edward Winslow, 1887-

see California. University, Berkeley, Dept. of Anthropology

 

Gilchrist, Huntington, 1891-

 

4 letters, 1949-1950

 

Glass, David Victor, 1911-

 

2 letters, 1941

 

Goldman, Eric Frederick, 1915-

see World Book Encyclopedia

 

Goodman, Isaac Bernard, 1923-

 

8 letters, 1951-1957

 

Goodrich, Carter, 1897-

 

19 letters, 1930-1956

 

Goodrich, Leland Matthew, 1899-

see World Peace Foundation.

See also Universities Committee on Post-War International Problems.

 

Goodspeed, Thomas Harper, 1887-

see California. University, Berkeley, Committee on International Relations

 

Gopal, Mysore Hatti, 1904-

 

3 letters, 1952-1953

 

Gordon, Ian Alistair, 1908-

see New Zealand University. Vice-Chancellor

 

Gordon, Leland James, 1897-

see Denison University, Granville, Ohio

 

Gordon, Robert Aaron, 1908-

see California. University, Berkeley. Institute of Industrial Relations.

 

Gow, James Steele, 1895-

see Maurice and Laura Falk Foundation

 

Grade, Henry Francis, 1882-1957

 

5 letters, 1940-1947.

See also World Affairs Council of Northern California; Exploratory Committee for an Inter-Organizational Council on World Affairs; and San Francisco. Chamber of Commerce.

See also paper in carton 23.

 

Graham, Malbone Watson, 1898-

 

5 letters, 1943

 

Graham & Morse

 

15 letters, 1950. Some signed by Chalmers G. Graham and Leonard G. James.

 

Grant, Donald

 

35 letters, 1927-1957.

See also Berkeley, Calif. International House file in cartons 2 and 3.

 

Gray, Cecil Wayne, 1898-

see U.S. Dept. of State

 

Great Britain. Consulate. San Francisco

 

9 letters, 1942-1957, by G. A. Fisher, R. H. Hadow, Henry A. Hankey, and K. J. M. White

 

Grebler, Leo, 1900-

 

2 letters, 1940-1948

 

Green, Francis Percy Ellison, 1906-

see United Nations

 

Green, James Frederick, 1910-

see U.S. Dept. of State

 

Green, William, 1873-1952

see American Federation of Labor

 

Greene, Jerome Davis, 1874-1959

see American Institute of Pacific Relations

 

Greene, Lee Seifert, 1905-

see Tennessee. University, Knoxville

 

Gregory, sir Theodore Emanuel Gugenheim, 1890-

 

2 letters, 1939-1941

 

Grether, Ewalt T., 1899-

see California. University, Berkeley. School of Business Administration

 

Grey, Arthur Leslie, 1922-

 

5 letters, 1954-1956

 

Griffith, Ernest Stacey, 1896-

see U.S. Library of Congress

 

Grimes, Waldo Ernest, 1891-1947

 

7 letters, 1945-1946. Include copies of letters addressed to M. R. Benedict. Re Carnegie Agriculture Series.

See also subject file in carton 7.

 

Gross, Leo

 

3 letters, 1941

 

Grunwald, Kurt, 1901-

 

2 letters, 1937-1943

 

Gulick, Robert Lee, 1912-

 

126 letters, 1943-1956, to J. B. Condliffe. Letter of Oct. 31, 1944 includes letter from August Maffry; Nov. 17, 1944, copies of letters from Clark H. Minor; Apr. 16, 1955, letter from Walter Lippmann; Feb. 4, 1946, letter of Herbert H. Schell of National Association of Manufacturers. Relate mainly to the Carnegie Endowment and to the Committee on International Economic Policy.

See also Boxes 39-40, concerning in large part the Teaching Institute of Economics and its activities, particularly relating to conferences sponsored by the Institute.

See also Benedict, Murray.

 

Gunter, John Wadsworth, 1914-

see U.S. Treasury Dept.

 

Guthrie, John Alexander, 1907-

see Pacific Coast Economic Association

 

H Miscellany (Single items)

 

Hanke, Lewis Ulysses, 1905-

 

Ltr., May 4, 1956

 

Hardison, Allan Crosby, 1869-

 

Ltr., Jan 27, 1947

 

Harrison, William Groce, 1871-

 

Ltr., Jan. 15, 1944

 

Hart, Walter Morris, 1872-1964

 

Ltr., Feb. 13, 1941

 

Hartman, Lewis Oliver, 1876-1955

 

Ltr., Apr. 27, 1943

 

Hartree, Douglas Rayner, 1897-1958

 

Ltr., June 16, 1951

 

Harvard Law Review

 

Ltr., May 7, 1943

 

Hawtrey, Sir Ralph George, 1879-

 

Ltr., Dec. 5, 1938

 

Heilperin, Michael Angelo, 1909-

 

Ltr., Mar. 17, 1943.

See also lecture in carton 23.

 

Heroy, James Harold, 1881-1950

 

Ltr., Jan. 22, 1945, to R. L. Gulick (H Miscellany, Box 42)

 

Hexner, Ervin Paul, 1893-

 

Ltr., Mar. 1, 1943.

See also reprint in carton 23.

 

Hochwald, Werner

 

Ltr., Nov. 14, 1946

 

Hoffman, Walther, 1903-

 

Ltr., Dec. 3, 1938

 

Holland, Sidney G.

 

Ltr., June 23, 1950

 

Horan, Francis Harding, 1900-

 

Ltr., Aug. 5, 1944

 

Hourani, Albert Habib

 

Ltr., n.d.

 

Howard, Henry, 1886-1951

 

Ltr., Sept. 2, 1944.

See also Committee on International Economic Policy

 

Hume, Edward Hicks, 1876-1957

 

Ltr., July 8, 1943

 

Hutchison, Claude Burton, 1885-

 

Ltr., Feb. 8, 1949, to R. L. Gulick (H Miscellany, Box 42).

See also California. University, Berkeley. College of Agriculture

 

Hutton, David Graham, 1904-

 

Ltr., June 24, 1951

 

Haas, Ernst B.

see California. University, Berkeley. Dept. of Political Science

 

Haas, Walter A., 1889-

 

2 letters, 1948.

See also World Affairs Council of Northern California.

 

Haast, H. F. von

 

4 letters, 1926-1948

 

Haberler, Gottfried, 1900-

 

25 letters, 1937-1957.

See also Thorbecke, Eric.

 

Haensel, Paul, 1878-1949

 

2 letters, 1940-1943

 

Haig, Robert Murray, 1887-1953

see Columbia University

 

Halasi, Albert Bela, 1887-

see American Institute of Pacific Relations

 

Haley, Bernard Francis, 1898-

 

7 letters, 1949-1959.

See also American Economic Review and Stanford University.

 

Hall, Harvey Porter

see Middle East Journal

 

Hall, Hessel Duncan, 1891-

 

3 letters, 1930-1943

 

Hall, Noel Frederick, 1902-

 

8 letters, 1936-1941

 

Hallgarten, George Wolfgang Felix, 1901-

see California. University, Berkeley. Dept. of History

 

Hamilton, Aymer Jay, 1876-

see California. State College, Chico

 

Hamilton, Earl Jefferson, 1899-

see Duke University, Durham, N.C.

 

Hammarskjold, Dag Hjalmar Agne Carl, 1905-1961

see United Nations

 

Hammond, Lansing van der Heyden, 1906-

see Commonwealth Fund

 

Hanna, Paul Robert, 1902-

 

2 letters, 1942

 

Harbell, John Bernal

 

18 letters, 1949-1955.

See also California. State College, San Francisco, and Box 44

 

Hard, Charles Frederick, 1898-

see Claremont college.

See also Scripps College, Claremont, Calif.

 

Hardie, Bruce G.

 

2 letters, 1951

 

Harmon, Nolan Bailey, 1892-

see Abingdon-Cokesbury Press

 

Harper, Lawrence Averell, 1901-

see California. University, Berkeley. Dept. of History

 

Harper & Bothers

 

4 letters, 1951-1953, by Ordway Tead

 

Harper's Magazine

 

3 letters, 1942, by Frederick L. Allen

 

Harris, Don Ralph, 1918-

 

10 letters, 1947-1953.

See also Box 44.

 

Harris, Seymour Edwin, 1897-

 

2 letters, 1944-1947.

See also Review of Economic Statistics and Davis, Joseph Stancliffe.

 

Harrop, Angus John, 1900-

 

5 letters, 1953-1957

 

Harvard University

 

4 letters, 1948-1954, by E. S. Mason, H. H. Burbank, Abbott Payson Usher and David E. Bell.

See also subject file in carton 11.

 

Hartley, Eugene Fuller, 1879-

see International Business Machines

 

Haslam, Elizabeth (Mrs. Eric P. Haslam)

 

10 letters, 1940-1955

 

Haslam, Eric P.

 

18 letters, 1942-1960

 

Hasler, Frederick Edward, 1882-

see New York. Chamber of Commerce of the State of New York

 

Haviland, Henry Field, 1919-

 

4 letters, 1956-1957, re Commission to Study the Organization of Peace

 

Hawaii. University, Honolulu

 

5 letters, 1926-1956, by A. L. Dean, K. L. Leebrick and Andrew W. Lind.

See also subject file in carton 11, and file on Conference on Race Relations in World Perspectives in carton 9.

 

Hawkes, Albert Wahl, 1878-

see Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America

 

Hawkins, Harry Calvin, 1894-

see U.S. Dept. of State.

See also Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.

 

Hayek, Friedrich August von, 1899-

 

3 letters, 1936-1941

 

Hayes, Samuel Perkins, 1910-

see U.S. Dept. of State

 

Heaton, Herbert, 1890-

 

4 letters, 1922-1956

 

Hediger, Ernest S., 1897-

 

2 letters, 1941

 

Heggie, Richard Gordon

see World Affairs Council of Northern California

 

Heindel, Richard Heathcote, 1912-

see United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization

 

Heiskell, Andrew, 1915-

see Life

 

Hemens, Rollin De Witt, 1895-

see Chicago. University. Press

 

Henderson, Loy Wesley, 1892-

see U.S. Dept. of State.

See also U.S. Embassy. New Delhi

 

Heneman, Harlow James, 1906-

 

2 letters, 1941

 

Henry George School of Social Science, San Francisco

 

2 letters, 1954, by Joseph S. Thompson

 

Hernheim, Emile

 

5 letters, 1941-1942

 

Herring, Edward Pendleton, 1903-

see Carnegie Corporation of New York

 

Herring, John Woodbridge, 1891-

see New York. State University

 

Herter, Christian Archibald, 1895-

see U.S. Congress. House

 

Heymann, Hans, 1885-1949

 

8 letters, 1941-1948

 

Hicks, John Donald, 1890-

see California. University, Berkeley. Dept. of History, and Office of the Dean of the Graduate Division

 

Hight, sir James, 1870-1958

 

32 letters, 1919-1957

 

Hildebrand, Joel Henry, 1881-

see California. University, Berkeley. College of Letters and Science, and Dept. of Chemistry.

See also reprint in carton 23.

 

Hilgerdt, Folke, 1894-1956

 

19 letters, 1943-1952. Some written as member of League of Nations and of the United Nations.

 

3 letters, 1949-1951, to R. L. Gulick (Box 42)

See also articles in carton 23.

 

Hill, George Watts, 1901-

see California. University, Berkeley. Dept. of Sociology and Social Institutions

 

Hill, Lewis

see Pacifica Foundation

 

Hill, Martin

see League of Nations

 

Hillman, Jimmye Standard, 1923-

 

4 letters, 1954-1958

 

Hillside Club, Berkeley, Calif.

 

2 letters, 1946, by George H. Hoxie

 

Hinder, Eleanor Mary, 1893-

 

6 letters, 1949-1956.

See also International Labour Office.

 

Hirschmann, Albert Otto

 

41 letters, 1939-1959. Early letters signed Otto Albert Hirschmann.

See also article in carton 23.

 

Hirst, Francis Wrigley, 1873-

 

5 letters, 1946

 

Hiss, Alger, 1904-

see Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.

See also U.S. Dept. of State.

 

Ho, Franklin Lien, 1895-

 

9 letters, 1931-1952

 

Hobson, Asher, 1889-

see American Farm Economic Association

 

Hodgins, Eric, 1899-

see Time

 

Hoffman, Paul Gray, 1891-

see Ford Foundation.

See also U.S. Economic Cooperation Administration and United China Relief.

 

Hoffmeyer, Erik

 

4 letters, 1954-1955

 

Holcombe, Arthur Norman, 1884-

see Claremont College

 

Holland, William Lancelot, 1907-

see American Institute of Pacific Relations

 

Holt, Wallace Gibson

 

3 letters, 1941-1943

 

Holthusen, Henry Frank, 1894-

see U.S. Congress. Senate

 

Homan, Paul Thomas, 1893-

 

2 letters, 1953-1956.

See also American Economic Review

 

Hoo, Victor, 1894-

see United Nations

 

Hoos, Sidney Samuels, 1911-

see California. University, Berkeley. College of Agriculture

 

Hoover, Calvin Bryce, 1897-

 

5 letters, 1944-1951

 

Letter to Shotwell in carton 7.

See also American Economic Association.

 

Hoover, Glenn E.

 

10 letters, 1947-1954. Include copies and mimeographed letters.

 

Hopkins, Frank Snowden, 1908-

see U.S. Dept. of State.

See also United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization.

 

Hopkins, William Stephen, 1902-

 

2 letters, 1947, to R. L. Gulick (Box 42).

See also Social Science Research Conference of the Pacific Coast.

 

Horn, Knut von

 

5 letters, 1939-1947, re Trade Regulation Project.

 

Hoskins, Halford Lancaster, 1891-

see School of Advanced International Studies

 

Hotchkiss, Willard Eugene, 1874-1956

see Carnegie Institute of Technology, Pittsburgh

 

Houston, Herbert Sherman, 1866-1955

 

3 letters, 1943

 

Howard, John Brigham, 1912-

see Ford Foundation

 

Hu, Shih, 1891-

 

2 letters, 1956

 

Hull, Cordell, 1871-1955

see U.S. Dept. of State

 

Hunt, Edward Eyre, 1885-1953

 

2 letters, 1940

 

Hunter, Thomas A.

 

12 letters, 1915-1950. 1915-1924 letters relate to Workers' Educational Association classes.

 

Hurd, Charles, 1903-

see Newsweek

 

Hutcheson, Harold Houston, 1912-

 

6 letters, 1949-1950

 

Hytten, Torleiv

 

3 letters, 1941-1942

 

I Miscellany (Single items)

 

Institute on World Organization

 

Ltr., June 17, 1941

 

Instituto Científico de la Opiníon Pública Mexicana.

 

Ltr., July 23, 1945, by L. Radvanyi.

 

International General Electric

 

Ltr., Dec. 26, 1944, by Clark H. Minor

 

Iverson, Carl, 1899-

 

Ltr., Nov. 28, 1940

 

Idaho. University, Moscow

 

4 letters, 1950-1956, by D. R. Theophilus and B. A. Martin

 

Indiana. University

 

5 letters, 1948-1954, by W. C. Cleveland

 

Indonesia. Consulate. San Francisco

 

9 letters, 1954-1955, by Abdoel Hamid

 

Indonesia. Embassy. London

 

2 letters, 1955-1956

 

Indonesia. Embassy. Washington D. C.

 

3 letters, 1950-1954

 

Indusco, Inc.

 

8 letters, 1942-1948

 

Industriens Utredningsinstitut, Stockholm

 

6 letters, 1946-1950, to R. L. Gulick (Box 42) by Hans Thorelli.

 

Institut Scientifique de Recherches Economiques et Sociales, Paris

 

3 letters, 1938, by Robert Marjolin. Minutes of Proceedings of meeting held in Feb. 1939 included at end of folder.

 

Institute of Current World Affairs

 

2 letters, 1941-1953, by Walter S. Rogers

 

Institute of International Education

 

5 letters, 1948-1954

 

2 letters, 1951, to R. L. Gulick (Box 42)

 

Institute of Pacific Relations

see American Institute of Pacific Relations

 

Institute of Public Affairs, Victoria, Australia

 

8 letters, 1953-1958, by C. D. Kemp, re articles for the Institute's Review

 

International Bank for Reconstruction and Development

 

5 letters, 1947-1960, by Drew Dudley and Harry G. Curran

 

International Business Machine Corporation

 

15 letters, 1942-1945, by E. F. Hartley, E. F. Hackett, Walter D. Jones, Thomas J. Watson, F. W. Nichol and Dwayne Orton. Some relate to articles for Think.

 

Letter, Jan. 14, 1948, to R. L. Gulick by T. J. Watson (I Miscellany, Box 42)

 

International Business Relations Council

 

4 letters, 1949-1950, by H. L. Derby and M. S. Rosenthal to R. L. Gulick (Box 42)

 

International Center

 

15 letters, 1942-1947, by E. Guy Talbott, M. E. Deutsch et al. Some relate to the Northern California Commission to Study the Organization of Peace.

 

International Chamber of Commerce

 

3 letters, 1939-1940, by Pierre Vasseur.

See also subject file in carton 12.

 

International Chamber of Commerce. U.S. Council

 

8 letters, 1942-1945, by Eliot Wadsworth

 

11 letters, 1944-1952, to R. L. Gulick (Box 42)

 

International Development Advisory Board

 

2 letters, 1952, by Frank C. Kimball and Eric Johnston

 

International Farm Youth Exchange

 

6 letters, 1955, by Margaret Kohl

 

International Institute of Differing Civilizations

 

10 letters, 1954-1957. Some by Pierre Wigny. Include form letters.

 

International Labour Office

 

46 letters, 1923-1946, by E. J. Riches, Lindsay Rogers, C. W. H. Weaver, Henri Reymond, E. J. Phelan, N. Little, P. Washbroek, C. Wilfred Jenks, H. B. Butler, Eleanor M. Hinder, P. W. Martin and R. I. Downing.

 

International Studies Conference

 

6 letters, 1946-1947, by Jiri F. Vranek.

See also subject files in carton 13 and 14.

 

Iowa State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts

 

5 letters, 1942-1957, by C. Arnold Anderson, H. L. Kooser, J. A. Nordin and T. W. Schultz.

 

Isard, Walter

 

9 letters, 1946-1949, re atomic energy project

 

Iverson, Kenneth Ross, 1909-

see Ford Foundation

 

J Miscellany (Single items)

 

Jackson, Jacob Hugh, 1891-

 

Ltr., Mar. 1, 1946

 

Japan Institute, Inc., New York

 

Ltr., Jan. 7, 1941

 

Joint Committee on Latin American Studies

 

Ltr., July 23, 1943, by W. C. Bennett

 

Jones, Eliot, 1887-

 

Ltr., May 15, 1947

 

Jones, Grosvenor Munro, 1883-

 

Ltr., n.d.

 

Jussiant, Jean

 

Ltr., Sept. 8, 1940

 

Jackson, Joseph Henry, 1894-1955

see San Francisco Chronicle

 

Jackson, William Kenneth, 1886-1947

see Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America

 

Jacobsson, Per, 1894-1963

 

7 letters, 1941-1956.

See also speech in carton 23.

 

Jacoby, Erich H.

 

11 letters, 1945-1947.

See also Ms. Agrarian Unrest in South East Asia in Carton 23.

 

Jacoby, Neil Herman, 1909-

see California. University, Los Angeles. College of Business Administration

 

James, Frank Cyril, 1903-

 

3 letters, 1940-1944

 

Japan International Christian University Foundation, Inc.

 

2 letters, 1952, by Stanley I. Stuber

 

Jaqua, Ernest James, 1882-

see Scripps College, Claremont, Calif.

 

Jarman, Pete, 1892-1955

see U.S. Embassy. Canberra, Australia

 

Jenkin, Thomas Paul, 1915-

see California. University, Los Angeles. Dept. of Political Science

 

Jenkins, Francis Arthur, 1899-

see California. University, Berkeley. Office of the Dean of the Graduate Division

 

Jenks, Clarence Wilfred, 1909-

see International Labour Office

 

Jensen, Norman, 1928-

 

9 letters, 1950-1957

 

Jesness, Oscar Bernard, 1889-

 

5 letters, 1945, re Carnegie agriculture series.

See also subject file in carton 7.

See also Benedict, Murray Reed.

 

Jessup, Philip C., 1897-

 

4 letters, 1943-1949

 

Jobberns, George

 

4 letters, 1926-1958

 

John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation

 

10 letters, 1941-1956, by Henry Allen Moe et al. Mainly form letters relating to applications for fellowships.

 

Johns Hopkins University

 

7 letters, 1942-1955, by Isaiah Bowman and Philip W. Thayer

 

Johnson, Alvin Saunders, 1874-

see Encyclopedia of Social Sciences.

See also New School for Social Research and New York. Institute of World Affairs.

 

Johnson, Edwin Carl, 1884-

see Emergency Conference to Save the Jews of Europe

 

Johnson, Joseph Esrey, 1906-

see Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

 

Johnson, U. Alexis, 1908-

see U.S. Dept. of State

 

Johnston, Eric A., 1896-

 

3 letters, 1948-1949, to R. L. Gulick (Box 42).

See also Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America, and International Development Advisory Board.

 

Jones, Dorothy W.

see Workers Educational Association

 

Jones, Galen, 1896-

see Council for Advancement of Secondary Education

 

Jones, Harold Ellis, 1894-

see California. University, Berkeley. Institute of Child Welfare.

See also Social Science Research Council and American Association for the Advancement of Science.

 

Jones, Proctor Patterson

 

8 letters, 1949-1951, to R. L. Gulick (Box 42)

 

Jones, Samuel Shepard, 1909-

see U.S. Dept. of State

 

Jones, Walter Parker, 1894-

see Sacramento Bee

 

Jones, William Orville, 1910-

see Stanford University. Food Research Institute

 

Joralemon, Ira Beaman, 1884-

 

2 letters, 1953-1955. 1953 letter includes copy of speech for Chit-Chat Club.

 

Jordan, Virgil Dustin, 1892-

see National Industrial Conference Board

 

Jordan, Wilbur K., 1902-

see Chicago. University. Press

 

Journal of Political Economy

 

11 letters, 1940-1946, by Margaret Finnamore and Frank H. Knight.

 

K Miscellany (Single items)

 

Kaplan, Abraham David Hannath, 1893-

 

Ltr., Sept. 11, 1942

 

Kellems, Jesse Randolph, 1892-

 

Ltr., Apr. 15, 1955

 

Kelsen, Hans, 1881-

 

Ltr., Jan. 10, 1955.

See also lectures in carton 24.

 

Kerney, James, 1910-

 

Ltr., Dec. 7, 1954

 

Kline, Allan Blair, 1895-

 

Ltr., Mar. 22, 1945

 

Knight, Frank Hyneman, 1885-

 

Ltr., n.d.

 

Konstantakatos, Marinos Evangelou

 

Ltr., Aug. 1, 1955

 

Kraemer, Eric Otto, 1904-

 

Ltr., Nov. 18, 1941

 

Kraus, Lili (Mrs. Otto Mandl)

 

Ltr., Mar. 11, 1948.

See also Mandl, Otto

 

Kybal, Vlastimil, 1880-

 

Ltr., Apr. 2, 1941

 

KPFA Broadcasting Station

see Pacifica Foundation

 

Kahn, Edgar M.

 

2 letters, 1954-1958.

See also American Jewish Committee. San Francisco Chapter

 

Kamm, Jacob Oswald, 1918-

see Baldwin-Wallace College, Berea, Ohio

 

Kaplan, Jacob Merrill, 1893-

see Welch's

 

Kapp, Karl William, 1910-

 

5 letters, 1949-1950

 

Katz, Milton, 1907-

see Ford Foundation.

See also Stevens, Harley C.

 

Kee, John, 1874-1951

see U.S. Congress. House

 

Keesing, Felix Maxwell, 1902-

 

6 letters, 1926-1942

 

Keesing, Marie Margaret (Martin) (Mrs. Felix Maxwell Keesing)

 

6 letters, 1943-1957

 

Keezer, Dexter Merriam, 1896-

see McGraw Hill Publishing Company, Inc.

 

Kefauver, Estes, 1903-

see U.S. Congress. Senate

 

Kenney, James F.

see Alfred P. Sloan Foundation

 

Kent, Arthur Harold, 1894-

 

5 letters, 1956-1958

 

Kent, Fred I., 1869-1954

 

2 letters, 1946-1947, to R. L. Gulick (Box 42)

 

Keppel, Frederick Paul, 1875-1943

see Carnegie Corporation of New York

 

Kerner, Robert Joseph, 1887-1956

see California. University, Berkeley. Dept. of History, and Institute of Industrial Relations; and Office of the President

 

Keynes, John Maynard, 1883-1946

 

9 letters, 1919-1939. Many written as editor of the Economic Journal.

 

Keyserling, Leon H., 1908-

 

2 letters, 1951, to R. L. Gulick (Box 42)

 

Kidner, Frank LeRoy, 1910-

see California. University, Berkeley. Bureau of Business and Economic Research, and Dept. of Economics

 

Kimble, George Herbert Tinley, 1908-

see Twentieth Century Fund

 

Kindleberger, Charles P., 1910-

 

4 letters, 1951-1952.

See also memoranda in subject file of the U.S. Board of Economic Warfare (carton 22).

See also memorandum in carton 24.

 

King's Crown Press

 

13 letters, 1946-1947, by Henry M. Silver

 

Kinnaird, Lawrence, 1893-

see California. University, Berkeley. Dept. of History

 

Kinnaird, Lucia Fuller (Burk) (Mrs. Lawrence Kinnaird)

see California. University, Berkeley. Dept. of History

 

Kirby, E. Stuart

 

3 letters, 1954-1955

 

Kirk, Grayson Louis, 1903-

see Columbia University

 

Kittredge, Tracy Barrett

 

2 letters, 1954-1956.

See also Rockefeller Foundation.

 

Klein, Lawrence Robert

see National Bureau of Economic Research

 

Klein, Philip, 1889-

see American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, Inc.

 

Knapp, Joseph Burke, 1913-

see U.S. Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System

 

Knight, Leslie A.

 

6 letters, 1926-1950

 

Knight, Mary (Mrs. Leslie A. Knight)

 

5 letters, 1942-1950

 

Knight, Melvin Moses, 1887-

see California. University, Berkeley. Dept. of Economics

 

Knorr, Klaus Eugene, 1911-

 

7 letters, 1942-1954

 

Knowland, William Fife, 1908-

see U.S. Congress. Senate

 

Knudsen, Vernon O., 1893-

see California. University, Los Angeles. Graduate Division

 

Kuebler, Clark George, 1908-

see California. University, Santa Barbara. Office of the Provost

 

L Miscellany (Single items)

 

Landau, Rom, 1899-

 

Ltr., Jan. 27, 1955

 

Langer, William Leonard, 1896-

 

Ltr., Nov. 4, 1954

 

Laufenburger, Henry, 1897-

 

Ltr., June 22, 1938

 

League of Women Voters of Sacramento

 

Ltr., Mar. 22, 1954

 

Levy, Roger, 1887-

 

Ltr., Jan. 10, 1949

 

Li, Choh Hao, 1912-

 

Ltr., Oct. 10, 1946

 

Little, Herbert Satterthwaite, 1902-

 

Ltr., June 26, 1942

 

Lloyd, Godfrey Isaac Howard

 

Jan. 19, 1939 (copy only)

 

Lorwin, Lewis L., 1883-

 

Ltr., Feb. 21, 1942

 

Louisiana. State University and Agricultural and Mechanical College

 

Ltr., Dec. 16, 1946, by James B. Trant

 

Loveday, Alexander, 1888-

 

Ltr., Oct. 15, 1949.

See also League of Nations.

 

Lubin, Isador, 1896-

 

Dec. 16, 1941

 

Lynd, Robert Staughton, 1892-

 

Ltr., Mar. 22, 1943

 

Lacarte, Julio Antonio, 1918-

see United Nations

 

Lacy, William Sterling Byrd, 1910-

see U.S. Dept. of State

 

Laing, Gordon Jennings, 1869-1945

see Chicago. University. Press, and Chicago. University

 

Lamden, Charles William, 1916-

see California. State College, San Diego

 

Landauer, Carl, 1891-

 

12 letters, 1940-1956

 

Landis, Paul H., 1901-

see Washington. State College, Pullman

 

Lantos, Thomas Peter, 1928-

 

14 letters, 1953-1958

 

Lary, Hal Buckner, 1910-

see United Nations

 

Lasker, Bruno, 1810-

see American Institute of Pacific Relations

 

Latourette, Kenneth Scott, 1884-

see Yale University

 

Lattimore, Owen, 1900-

see Pacific Affairs

 

Lauterbach, Albert T., 1904-

 

28 letters, 1941-1944

 

Laves, Walter Herman Carl, 1902-

see Chicago. University.

See also United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization.

 

Lawrence, Ernest Orlando, 1901-

see California. University, Berkeley. Radiation Laboratory

 

Lawrence, Joseph Stagg, 1896-1950

see Empire Trust Company

 

Layton, sir Walter Thomas, 1884-

see Economist

 

Lea, Clarence Frederick, 1874-

see U.S. Congress. House

 

League of Nations

 

27 letters, 1930-1945, by J. A. Venol, A. A. Sanders, Martin Hill, Ansgar Rosenborg, A. Loveday, Fritz Schnabel, R. M. Haas.

See also subject files in cartons 14-17.

 

League of Women Voters of Berkeley, Calif.

 

2 letters, 1946.

 

Undated letter by Helen Cooper Douglas

 

League of Women Voters of New York

 

2 letters, 1943-1944

 

League of Women Voters of San Francisco

 

6 letters, 1952-1957, by Claire Matzger and Marion Otsea.

See also subject file, Foreign Trade Survey, in carton 11.

 

League of Women Voters of the United States

 

3 letters, 1941-1942. 1941 letters by Louis Wright

 

Leake, Chauncey D., 1896-

 

8 letters, 1940-1955. Some re Chit-Chat Club. Two papers and New Year's greeting, 1942, included.

 

Leebrick, Karl Clayton, 1885-

see Hawaii. University

 

Lehman, Herbert H., 1878-1963

see U.S. Dept. of State.

See also United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration, and U.S. Congress. Senate.

 

Leland, Simeon Elbridge, 1897-

see Chicago University

 

Lemkin, Raphael, 1900-1959

 

3 letters, 1942. Nov. letter includes photocopy of letter by Norman M. Littell.

 

Leonard, John Paul, 1901-

 

5 letters, 1957-1958.

See also California Association of Secondary School Principals; California. State College, San Francisco; and World Affairs Council of Northern California.

 

Letiche, John M.

 

14 letters, 1946-1955. Some written as assistant professor of economics, University of California, Berkeley.

 

Leupp, Harold Lewis, 1877-1952

see California. University, Berkeley. Library

 

Levi, Edward Hirsch, 1911-

 

Letter to Alexander Stevenson in carton 7.

 

Li, Cho-Min, 1912-

 

12 letters, 1943-1959

 

Lick Observatory

 

2 letters, 1950, by C. D. Shane

 

Lieftinck, Pieter, 1902-

see Nederlands Economisch Instituut, Rotterdam

 

Lieu, D. K.

see Liu, Ta-chün, 1890-

 

Life

 

4 letters, 1942-1955, by Andrew Heiskell and Mary Alves.

 

Lilienthal, Philip Eugene, 1914-

see Far Eastern Survey.

See also Pacific Affairs.

 

Lincoln Electric Company

 

2 letters, 1943-1944, by Alton Frank Davis

 

Lind, Andrew William, 1901-

see Hawaii. University

 

Lindahl, Erik Robert, 1891-

 

2 letters, 1949

 

Lindblom, Charles Edwar, 1917-

see Yale University

 

Lipman, Charles Bernard, 1883-1944

see California. University, Berkeley. Office of the Dean of the Graduate Division

 

Lippmann, Walter, 1889-

see Gulick, Robert Lee, 1912-

 

Lipson, Leslie, 1912-

see California. University, Berkeley. Dept. of Political Science

 

Littell, Norman Mather, 1899-

see Lemkin, Raphael, 1900-1959

 

Liu, Ta-chün, 1890-

 

6 letters, 1933-1955. Signed D. K. Lieu.

 

Lockwood, William Wirt, 1906-

 

2 letters, 1955.

See also American Committee for International Studies.

 

Lodge, Henry Cabot, 1902-

see U.S. Congress, Senate

 

Lokanathan, Palamadai Samu

 

18 letters, 1951-1960.

See also United Nations. Economic Commission for Asia and the Far East.

 

London, Eng. University

 

5 letters, 1929-1950

 

London Financial Times

 

5 letters, 1943-1945, by W. W. Soden-Irwin.

 

London School of Economics and Political Science

 

20 letters, 1936-1941, by W. H. Beveridge, Carr-Saunders and others.

 

Los Angeles, Calif. Chamber of Commerce

 

12 letters, 1942-1947, by Leonard E. Read and John A. Sowers.

 

Los Angeles, California. University of Southern California

 

17 letters, 1941-1954

 

11 letters, 1946-1951, to R. L. Gulick (Box 42)

By Robert B. Pettengill and others. Relate mainly to the Los Angeles Teaching Institute of Economics.

 

Lovasy, Gertrud

 

2 letters, 1940

 

Lovett, Augustus Sidney, 1890-

see Yale University. Pierson College

 

Lovewell, Paul Joseph, 1915-

see Stanford Research Institute

 

Lowe, Pardee, 1904-

 

15 letters, 1940-1956

 

Lowie, Robert Harry, 1883-1957

see California. University, Berkeley. Dept. of Anthropology.

 

Lunt, Storer Boardman, 1897-

see Norton & Co.

 

M Miscellany (Single items)

 

McFaydean, sir Andrew, 1887-

 

Ltr., Feb. 15, 1949

 

McKee, Frederic Chadwick, 1891-

 

Ltr., May 2. 1952, to R. L. Gulick (M Miscellany, Box 43)

 

McKenzie, Norman Roderick, 1867-

 

Ltr., Apr. 10, 1943

 

McWilliams, Robert Lafayette, 1881-

 

Ltr., Nov. 7, 1946

 

Mahalanobis, Prasanta Chandra, 1893-

 

Ltr., July 22, 1955

 

Mallery, Otto Tod, 1881-1956

 

Ltr., Oct. 8, 1943

 

Mannhardt, Johann Wilhelm, 1883-

 

Ltr., May 2, 1930

 

Martin, Paul

 

Ltr., Mar. 27, 1931

 

Matine-Daftary, Ahmad Kahn, ca. 1895-

 

Ltr., Dec. 20, 1951, to R. L. Gulick (M Miscellany, Box 43)

 

Matsui, Shichiro

 

Ltr., June 2, 1955

 

Maurice and Laura Falk Foundation

 

Ltr., Apr. 2, 1952, by J. Steele Gow.

 

Also letter, May 22, 1952, to R. L. Gulick (M Miscellany, Box 43).

 

Meares, Eliot Grinnell, 1889-1946

 

Ltr., Dec. 23, 1929. Copy, addressed to Carl L. Alsberg

 

Mears, Leon Artemas, 1907-

 

Ltr., May 20, 1959.

See also California. State College, San Francisco

 

Mehta, Gaganivarl L., 1900-

 

Ltr., Feb. 7, 1951

 

Mills, Lennox Algernon, 1896-

 

Ltr., June 1, 1942

 

Mills, Richard Charles, 1886-

 

Ltr., June 12, 1929

 

Mins, Leonard Emil, 1900-

 

Ltr., Aug. 18, 1940

 

Monetary Standards Inquiry

 

Ltr., Jan. 24, 1944, by D. C. Bolles

 

Morgan, Shepard Ashman, 1884-

 

Ltr., Jan. 19, 1956

 

Morse, Clarence Gordon, 1904-

 

Ltr., Aug. 25, 1950

 

Morse, David A., 1907-

 

Ltr., July 21, 1948

 

Mulcahy, Richard Edward, 1911-

 

Ltr., Dec. 14, 1954

 

Mumford, Lewis, 1895-

 

Ltr., May 9, 1949

 

Murphy, Arthur M., 1899-

 

Ltr., June 14, 1943

 

McArdle, Willis Kenneth, 1911-

see San Francisco Chronicle

 

McBaine, James Patterson, 1882-

see California. University, Berkeley. School of Law

 

McCaskill, Lance W.

 

9 letters, 1955-1958

 

McCollum, Elmer Verner, 1879-

 

3 letters, 1938-1955

 

McColly, Donald W., 1908-

see California State Chamber of Commerce

 

McConnell, Philip C.

 

9 letters, 1955-1957

 

McDaniel, Joseph Milton, 1902-

see Ford Foundation

 

McDannald, Alexander H., 1877-1957

see Encyclopedia Americana

 

Macdonald, Ian

 

3 letters, 1957-1958

 

MacDonald, Malcolm, 1901-

 

3 letters, 1950-1959

 

McDougall, F. L.

see Food Agricultural Organization of the United Nations

 

McGhee, George Crews, 1912-

see U.S. Dept. of State

 

McGraw Hill Publishing Company, Inc.

 

2 letters, 1949-1953, by Dexter M. Keezer

 

McGuire, Constantine Edward, 1890-

 

3 letters, 1940-1945

 

McHenry, Dean Eugene, 1910-

see California. University, Los Angeles. Dept. of Political Science

 

Machlup, Fritz, 1902-

 

3 letters, 1940-1953.

See also American Economic Review.

 

McIntyre, Francis

see California Texas Oil Company, Limited

 

Mack, Ruth (Prince), 1904- (Mrs. Edward C. Mack)

see National Bureau of Economic Research

 

Mackenzie, sir Clutha Nantes, 1895-

 

10 letters, 1941-1958

 

McLaren, Walter Wallace, 1877-

 

3 letters, 1930-1931

 

McLaughlin, Charles H.

see California. University, Berkeley. Dept. of Political Science

 

McLaughlin, Emma (Moffat), 1880- (Mrs. Alfred McLaughlin)

 

10 letters, 1945-1960

 

McLaughlin, Glenn Everett, 1904-

see U.S. National Resources Planning Board

 

Maclaurin, William Rupert, 1907-1959

see Massachusetts Institute of Technology

 

McMurray, John, 1891-

 

2 letters, 1958

 

McPhee, Julian A., 1896-

see California. State Polytechnic College, San Luis Obispo

 

MacPherson, James

 

2 letters, 1951-1955

 

MacRay, Jessie

 

5 letters, 1926-1936

 

Macy, Paul Griswold, 1888-

see Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America. Commission on a Just and Durable Peace

 

Mademoiselle

 

2 letters, 1944. With copy of August 1944 issue of the magazine re Mademoiselle's College Forum.

 

Madgwick, Robert Bowden

see New Zealand University. Vice Chancellor

 

Maffry, August, 1905-

 

2 letters, 1953.

See also Gulick, Robert Lee.

 

Mailliard, John Ward, 1914-

see San Francisco. Chamber of Commerce

 

Mallory, Walter Hampton, 1892-

see Council on Foreign Relations

 

Mandelbaum, David Goodman, 1911-

see California. University, Berkeley. Dept. of Anthropology

 

Mander, Linden A., 1897-

 

2 letters, 1926-1946

 

Mandl, Otto

 

10 letters, 1938-1953. Concerning Lili Kraus, his wife.

 

Manice, William De Forest, 1889-

see Warrin, Frank Lord

 

Mansbridge, Albert, 1876-

 

4 letters, 1924-1948

 

Marjolin, Robert

see Institut Scientifique de Recherches Economiques et Sociales, Paris

 

Marschak, Jacob, 1899-

 

2 letters, 1941-1946.

See also eview in carton 24.

 

Marshak, Robert Eugene, 1916-

see Federation of American Scientists

 

Martin, Boyd Archer, 1911-

see Idaho. University, Moscow

 

Martin, Charles Emanuel, 1891-

 

2 letters, 1940-1942

 

Letter, Feb. 19, 1948, to R. L. Gulick (M Miscellany, Box 43)

 

Martonagoro, Sudarmo

 

7 letters, 1953-1957

 

Marx, Daniel, 1908-

 

8 letters, 1940-1955

 

Maryland. University

 

2 letters, 1954, by Dudley Dillard

 

Maser, Clifford Elges, 1910-

 

2 letters, 1954

 

Masland, John Wesley, 1912-

 

2 letters, 1952-1956

 

Mason, Edward S., 1899-

see Harvard University

 

Mason, Perry Empey, 1899-

see Pacific Coast Economic Association

 

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

 

5 letters, 1941-1956, by W. Rupert Maclaurin, Max F. Millikan and P. A. Samuelson

 

Letter, May 16, 1949, to R. L. Gulick by C. A. Myers (M Miscellany, Box 43)

 

Maxwell, James Ackley, 1897-

see Clark University, Worcester, Mass. Dept. of Economics

 

May, Stacey, 1896-

see National Planning Association

 

Mazzera, Lloyd L., 1900-

see Bank of America, Oakland, Calif.

 

Meade, James Edward, 1907-

 

2 letters, 1937-1951

 

Meehan, Michael Joseph, 1901-

see U.S. Dept. of Commerce

 

Meier, Richard Louis

 

20 letters, 1946-1952, mainly relating to the Northern California Association of Scientists and to atomic energy control.

See also subject files in carton 2 and 8.

 

Meiklejohn, Alexander, 1872-

 

3 letters, n.d.

 

Merner, Garfield Davis

 

4 letters, 1953-1960

 

Merrow, Chester Early, 1906-

see U.S. Congress

 

Methodist Church (United States) Board of Missions and Church Extension

 

12 letters, 1942-1944, by R. E. Diffendorfer and C. R. Woodruff

 

Meyer, Albert Julius

 

42 letters, 1950-1958. Some are copies.

 

Michigan. University

 

5 letters, 1930-1943. Include letters by I. L. Sharfman and W. C. Rufus

 

Michigan. University. Library

 

2 letters, 1930-1931. 1931 letter by William Warner Bishop

 

Milbank Memorial Fund

 

5 letters, 1942-1946, mainly by Frank G. Boudreau

 

Miller, Edward Godfrey

see U.S. Dept. of State

 

Miller, Francis Pickens, 1895-

see American Committee for International Studies

 

Miller, George Paul, 1891-

see U.S. Congress. House

 

Miller, Helen (Hill), 1899-

see U.S. National Policy Committee

 

Miller, John Francis, 1908-

see National Planning Association

 

Miller, John Perry, 1911-

see American Economic Association.

See also Yale University.

 

Miller, Spencer, 1891-

 

3 letters, 1937-1941

 

Millikan, Max Franklin, 1913-

see Massachusetts Institute of Technology

 

Millikin, Eugene Donald, 1891-1958

see U.S. Congress. Senate

 

Mills, Frederick Cecil, 1892-

 

4 letters, 1943-1944

 

Mills College, Oakland

 

8 letters, 1946-1955, by Lynn White and L. B. Marchant

 

Letter, Nov. 5, 1946, by Lynn White to R. L. Gulick (M Miscellany, Box 43)

 

Milton, George Fort, 1894-1955

 

5 letters, 1943

 

Minor, Clark Haynes, 1878-

 

4 letters, 1943-1944. Letter of Apr. 4, 1943, contains letter from H. Avery.

See also Committee on International Economic Policy and National Foreign Trade Council, Inc.

See also Gulick, Robert L., 1912-

 

Mirkovic, Nikola, 1915-

 

4 letters, 1941-1942. Signed Nicholas Mirkovich.

 

Mirrielees, Edith Ronald, 1878-

see Pacific Spectator

 

Mitchell, Wesley Clair, 1874-1948

 

3 letters, 1943-1946

 

Moe, Henry Allen, 1894-

see John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation.

See also Century Association, New York.

 

Monroney, Almer Stilwell Mike, 1902-

see U.S. Congress. House, and Senate

 

Moore, Frank John, 1922-

 

9 letters, 1953-1958

 

Morgan, Margaret R. (Taylor) Carter

see U.S. Dept. of State

 

Morgan, Theodore

 

2 letters, 1956-1957

 

Morse, Wayne Lyman, 1900-

see U.S. Congress. Senate

 

Mosely, Philip Edward, 1905-

see Council on Foreign Relations

 

Mosher, Ira, 1887-

see National Manufacturers Association

 

Mosk, Sanford Alexander, 1904-

 

3 letters, 1946

See also California. University, Berkeley. Faculty Club, and Office of the Dean of the Graduate Division

 

Moulton, Harold Glenn, 1883-

see Brookings Institution, Washington, D. C.

 

Mowat, Charles Loch, 1911-

see California. University, Los Angeles. Dept. of History

 

Mowbray, Albert Henry, 1881-1949

see California. University, Berkeley. Dept. of Economics

 

Moyer, Raymond Tyson, 1899-

see Ford Foundation

 

Mulgan, Alan Edward, 1881-

 

7 letters, 1923-1951

 

Mulgan, John, 1911-1945

see Clarendon Press

 

Mundt, Karl Earl, 1900-

see U.S. Congress. Senate

 

Munk, Frank, 1901-

 

4 letters, 1943-1953

 

Murdock, Osgood

 

11 letters, 1942-1956. Mainly re Chit-Chat Club business. Programs placed at end.

 

Myers, Charles Andrew, 1913-

see Massachusetts Institute of Technology

 

Myers, Denys Peter, 1884-

see World Peace Foundation

 

Myrdal, Gunnar Karl, 1898-

see United Nations

 

N Miscellany ( Single items)

 

National Broadcasting Company, Inc.

 

Ltr., Feb. 18, 1944, by Niles Trammell

 

National Council of American Importers

 

Ltr., Apr. 29, 1952, to R. L. Gulick by H. S. Radcliffe (N Miscellany, Box 43)

 

National Education Association of the United States. Dept. of Adult Education

 

Ltr., Oct. 15, 1947, by Leland P. Bradford to R. L. Gulick (N Miscellany, Box 43)

 

Nations Business

 

Ltr., Mar. 24, 1953, by Merle Thorpe

 

Naumann, Werner, 1907-

 

Ltr., Oct. 10, 1959

 

Neale, Edward Percy, 1894-

 

Ltr., Aug. 10, 1924

 

Near East Foundation

 

Ltr., Aug. 28, 1946, by H. B. Allen to R. L. Gulick (N Miscellany, Box 43)

 

New Education Fellowship

 

Ltr., June 12, 1941, by Frederick L. Redefer

 

New York. Chamber of Commerce of the State of New York

 

Ltr., Mar. 23, 1943, by Frederick E. Hasler

 

New York. Legislature. Joint Legislative Committee on Industrial and Labor Conditions

 

Ltr., Sept. 10, 1942

 

New Zealand. Embassy. Washington, D. C.

 

Ltr., June 14, 1956

 

New Zealand Council for Educational Research

 

Ltr., Feb. 27, 1940, by A. E. Campbell

 

Newman, Philip Charles, 1914-

 

Ltr., Apr. 2, 1945

 

Nicholson, Joseph Shield, 1850-

 

Ltr., Nov. 6, 1918

 

Niyogi, Jitendraprasad, 1893-

 

Ltr., May 31, 1955

 

Nadler, Marcus

see New York University

 

Nash, Walter, 1882-

 

22 letters, 1930-1960

 

Nasu, Shiroshi

 

2 letters, 1953

 

Nathan, Otto, 1893-

 

2 letters, 1940-1943

 

National Academy of Economics and Political Science

 

7 letters, 1953-1955, by Donald P. Ray and B. H. Williams

 

National Association of Manufacturers

 

8 letters, 1943-1955, by F. C. Crawford, Noel Sargent, Ira Mosher, Earl Bunting, and Bernard C. Hartung.

 

3 letters, 1946-1951, to R. L. Gulick by Noel Sargent and Avid L. Frank (Box 43)

 

National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc.

 

10 letters, 1949-1958, by R. P. Mack, R. M. Lichtenber, W. J. Carson, M. C. Wing, and Lawrence R. Klein.

See also subject file in carton 17.

 

National City Bank of New York

 

2 letters, 1941-1954. 1941 letter by G. B. Roberts

 

National Farmers Union

 

4 letters, 1945-1951, by James G. Patton

 

National Foreign Trade Council, Inc.

 

21 letters, 1942-1950, by E. P. Thomas, A. V. Dye, Grace Anderson, Clark H. Minor, P. T. Hitchens and J. S. Carson. Some are copies only.

 

12 letters, 1943-1950, to R. L. Gulick, by A. V. Dye, Clark H. Minor, E. P. Thomas, P. T. Hitchens, Fredrik de Coste (Box 43)

See also subject file in carton 17.

 

National Federation of American Shipping, Inc.

 

3 letters, 1948

 

Letter, Aug. 22, 1946, by J. F. Rudy, to R. L. Gulick (N Miscellany, Box 43)

See also subject file in carton 17.

 

National Geographic Magazine

 

4 letters, 1959-1960, by F. G. Vosburgh

 

National Industrial Conference Board

 

8 letters, 1946-1947, by M. R. Gainsbrugh and G. E. Shaw

 

National Institute of Economic and Social Research

 

4 letters, 1939-1946.

See also subject file in carton 17.

 

National Institute of Public Affairs

 

3 letters, 1942-1943, by F. M. Davenport

 

National Opinion Research Center

 

6 letters, 1943-1947. Include letters by H. H. Field.

 

National Planning Association

 

96 letters, 1941-1952, by Virginia D. Parker, E. J. Coil, H. C. Sonne, John Miller, W. L. Batt. Letter of May 4, 1945, includes copy of letter from R. L. Buell; Oct. 17, 1946, copy of letter by Robert H. Patchin; May 21, 1952, letter from F. W. Titmuss.

See also subject files in carton 18.

 

Nederlans Economisch Instituut, Rotterdam

 

6 letters, 1939-1940, by P. Lieftinck re Trade Regulation Project

 

Nef, John Ulric, 1889-

see Chicago. University

 

Nevins, Allan, 1890-

 

3 letters, 1943-1944

 

New York (City). Institute of World Affairs

 

5 letters, 1940-1943, by Felix Kaufmann and Alvin Johnson

 

New York (City). Missionary Research Library

 

2 letters, 1943, by Charles H. Fahs

 

New York (State). State University

 

2 letters, 1943, by John W. Herring

 

New York Times

 

2 letters, 1947-1948, by Lawrence E. Davies

 

Letter, Apr. 2, 1947, by J. B. Reston to R. L. Gulick (N Miscellany, Box 43)

 

New York University

 

9 letters, 1942-1946, by E. George Payne, Arnold J. Zurcher, Edward C. Smith, Harold W. Davey

 

4 letters, 1946-1948, to R. L. Gulick by Marcus Nadler and Harold W. Davey.

 

New Zealand. Consulate. San Francisco

 

5 letters, 1949-1956, by T. O. W. Brebner, D. F. Dunlop, R. M. Firth

 

New Zealand University. Registrar

 

7 letters, 1926-1950, by E. T. Norris and I. F. McKenzie

 

New Zealand University. Vice-Chancellor

 

7 letters, 1953-1958, by G. A. Currie, R. B. Madgwick and I. A. Gordon

 

Newhall, Scott, 1914-

see San Francisco Chronicle

 

Newsweek

 

5 letters, 1943-1947, by Charles Hurd and E. Tomlinson

 

2 letters, 1946-1947, to R. L. Gulick by E. Tomlinson (Box 43)

 

Neyman, Jerzy, 1894-

see California. University, Berkeley. Dept. of Mathematics

 

Ngata, sir Apirana Turupa, 1874-

 

3 letters, 1924-1934

 

Nichol, Frederick William, 1892-1955

see International Business Machine Corporation

 

Nichols, William Ichabod, 1905-

see This Week

 

Nicol, Eric A.

 

4 letters, 1941-1942

 

Nielson, Robert Stanley McFarlane

 

8 letters, 1953-1958

 

Nin-Culmell, Joaquín María, 1908-

see California. University, Berkeley. Dept. of Music

 

Nisbet, Robert A., 1913-

see California. University, Berkeley. Dept. of Sociology and Social Institutions

 

Noble, George Bernard, 1892-

see Reed College, Portland, Ore.

 

Nolde, O. Frederick, 1899-

see Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America. Commission on a Just and Durable Peace

 

North, Alfred Kingsley

 

6 letters, 1926-1959

 

North, Henry Emerson, 1889-

see San Francisco. Chamber of Commerce

 

North Carolina. University. State College of Agriculture and Engineering, Raleigh

 

4 letters, 1956, by Mason Gaffney, Preston W. Edsall and Paul A. Bredenberg

 

Northrup, Frederic B., 1899-

see Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

 

Norton, William Warder, 1891-1945

see Norton & Co.

 

Norton & Co.

 

293 letters, 1941-1958, by W. W. Norton, Helen M. Williams, Erika Zimmerman, Addison Burnham, H. P. Wilson, Storer B. Lunt, Arthur Gayer, George P. Brockway, and Robert H. MacMurphey. Letter of Apr. 1, 1941, includes letter from R. L. Buell (Fortune); Feb. 13, 1942, copy of letter of Frank C. Warrin (IBM); Feb. 18, 1942, copy of letter by J. T. Shotwell; July 31, 1942, letter from Barclay Acheson (Reader's Digest); Aug. 12, 1942, copy of letter by William E. Rappard; Oct. 29, 1942, copy of letter from Malcolm Davis. Re publication of J. B. Condliffe's books; Agenda for a Post War World, Reconstruction of World Trade, Commerce of Nations.

 

Notestein, Frank Wallace, 1902-

 

2 letters, 1944

 

Nourse, Edwin Griswold, 1883-

 

3 letters, 1949.

See also Brookings Institution and American Economic Association.

 

Nystrom, Paul Henry, 1878-

see Columbia University

 

O Miscellany

 

Overstreet, Harry Allen, 1875-

 

Ltr., Apr., 1950, to R. L. Gulick (O Miscellany, Box 43)

 

Oakland, Calif. Chamber of Commerce

 

9 letters, 1941-1948, by John A. Sowers and Lyford M. Morris

 

2 letters, 1948-1950, to R. L. Gulick ( Box 43)

 

Occidental College, Los Angeles

 

6 letters, 1940-1955. Some by R. G. Cleland.

See also Bird, Remsen Du Bois. Some miscellaneous material relating to the college in carton 18.

 

Odegard, Peter H., 1901-