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James T. Farrell papers

Ms. Coll. 886

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Summary Information

Repository:
University of Pennsylvania: Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts
Creator:
Farrell, James T. (James Thomas), 1904-1979
Title:
James T. Farrell papers
Date [inclusive]:
1916-1983
Call Number:
Ms. Coll. 886
Extent:
800 linear feet
Language:
English
Abstract:
Born to a working class family in Chicago, James T. Farrell (1904-1979) rose quickly to be a leading figure for 20th century naturalism in American literature. An exceptionally prolific writer, Farrell published works spanning over five decades; however, his critics expressed that his output led to poor craftsmanship and editorial discretion throughout his later works. In addition to his professional works, Farrell produced a seemingly inexhaustible amount of correspondence, diaries, articles, and musings which covered a wide range of topics from politics to baseball. The currently available portion of this collection consists of over one hundred linear feet of personal and professional correspondence. Having kept many copies of his own drafts and letters as well, the correspondence provides a nearly complete view into Farrell’s conversations with publishers, politicians, family, fans and critics. Perhaps most importantly, this collection represents Farrell's legacy — an insatiable writer who fought to leave his mark on the world.
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James T. Farrell papers, 1916-1983 , Ms. Coll. 886, Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts, University of Pennsylvania
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Biography/History

A second generation Irish-Catholic, James T. Farrell (1904-1979) was born to a struggling working class family in Chicago. As a young boy he was sent away to live with his grandparents to a different neighborhood in Chicago which, coupled with his parochial school education, set the tone for his writings throughout his lifetime. After enrolling in 1925 at the University of Chicago for pre-law, Farrell quickly showed a keen interest for the social sciences. However, by 1927 he decided it was his calling to be a fiction writer, drawing off of his experiences and newly formed social attitudes emulating John Dewey, Theodore Dreiser, and Leon Trotsky.

Best known for his Studs Lonigan trilogy, a series of novels published between 1932 and 1935, Farrell portrays the life of a young Irish Catholic man growing up on the streets of Chicago. Brutally realistic, the Lonigan series is revered by many historians and sociologists as one of the most accurate portrayals of everyday life for urban Irish Catholics for the time period. Despite publishing over fifty works—in addition to other forms of writing—Farrell's acclaim never could grow past the shadow of  Studs Lonigan. Farrell himself was not shy in stating his displeasure about this matter, especially as he aged, frequently complaining or lobbying to any sympathetic ear or unsuspecting correspondent. Novelist Sloan Wilson recalled Farrell as "A lion at bay, roaring defiance at publishers and editors," (Landers,  A Lion at Bay, page 14). Despite his struggles—both real and perceived—Farrell continued to produce an unprecedented amount of writing, as an author as well as a correspondent and philosopher. His biographer Robert K. Landers describes Farrell as, "a writer not by nature but by force of will, and what a mighty will it must have been for the words poured forth almost without stop," (Landers,  A Lion at Bay, page 15).

In addition to writing, Farrell was extremely engaged in politics and social activism as a member of the Socialist Workers Party (subsequently split to the Workers Party), as well as the American Committee for Cultural Freedom. Well after withdrawing from active participation, Farrell remained extremely lively in championing social causes which he demonstrated through personal correspondence and less formal writings. Furthermore, Farrell maintained an undying passion for the game of baseball throughout his life. In 1957 he published a collection of writings, My Baseball Diary, which was one of two baseball related books he agreed to write, however the second would not be published until well after his death. Throughout Farrell’s tumultuous life, his obsession with baseball always seemed to bring out the best in his personality, even while his obsession with writing often seemingly ran him to the brink of disaster.

Farrell’s personal life at times was turbulent. He was married three times and divorced twice, while infidelity was rampant throughout. His first (and third) wife, Dorothy Butler Farrell was a University of Chicago student at the time of their meeting in 1928. In April of 1931 they were secretly married, immediately setting off on a ship for a year in Paris, France. In November their son Sean was born, however after only four days the new parents received news that their son had passed away in the hospital (Landers, An Honest Writer, 104). Separation due to Dorothy’s employment eventually led its way to infidelity, and in 1935 Farrell would meet his second wife, Hortense Alden, a Broadway actress.

In June of 1940, Farrell and Dorothy were officially divorced, and several months later Hortense gave birth to their first son, Kevin. In January of 1941 they were married (Landers, An Honest Writer, 237). The autumn of 1947 brought their second son, John Steven, who Farrell noted in his diary, "The little boy was born with club feet, but it is correctable," (Landers,  An Honest Writer, 293). As time went on, John Steven showed severe signs of mental retardation and by 1949 was sent to Letchworth Village residential institution. He passed away in 1994, having never seen his parents again after that day in 1949, not even remembered in either parent's obituaries.

After John Steven’s departure, Farrell's relationship with Kevin developed in more of a friendship than parental relationship. Hortense took great exception to this and while struggling with her own bouts of mental illness, an extremely volatile household developed. In January of 1951, Kevin was sent away to boarding school in Massachusetts. Shortly after, Farrell and Hortense divorced (Landers, An Honest Writer, 319).

By 1955, Dorothy Butler had moved back to New York for business, and quickly Farrell inquired to meet with her. "He was after me all the time, he’d call me every day at my job, my new job. And I said, 'James, I’m not going out with you unless I’m married to you. That’s all.' So he said, 'Then, we’ll get married,'" (Landers, An Honest Writer, 344). In September of that year, they were remarried. Financial hardship and accused infidelity on Dorothy’s part with jazz violinist Leroy "Stuff" Smith, led to another separation in 1958—although they would never officially divorce. Two years later he would meet his secretary and final life partner Cleo Paturis, with whom he remained until his death on August 22, 1979.

A prolific writer, a fierce political activist, a fanatic of baseball—the legacy of James T. Farrell can be interpreted through many lenses, each giving a glimpse to the man of many faces. Despite Studs Lonigan being listed 29th on Modern Library’s "100 Best Novels of the 20th Century" list, Farrell continues to be relatively unknown and unappreciated as an American fiction writer (  Modern Library). Landers notes, "Despite the flurry of interest in his Centennial year, he is still a largely forgotten writer today, with even his best-known work, American classic though it may be, unknown to most Americans under sixty-five," (Landers,  A Lion at Bay, page 14). Despite the neglect Farrell has received over the decades, James T. Farrell left as much material as he possibly could for the world to realize his genius. It is in that he has cemented his legacy.

References

Branch, Edgar M. James T. Farrell-American Writers 29: University of Minnesota Pamphlets on American Writers. No. 29. University of Minnesota Press, 1963.

Landers, Robert K. An Honest Writer: The Life and Times of James T. Farrell. Encounter Books, 2004.

Landers, Robert K. "A Lion at Bay: The Life & Art of James T. Farrell." Commonweal 139, no. 9 (2012): 14.

Modern Library. “100 Best Novels of the 20th Century”. http://www.modernlibrary.com/top-100/100-best-novels.

Wald, Alan M. James T. Farrell: The Revolutionary Socialist Years. New York University Press, 1978

Scope and Contents

James T. Farrell (1904-1979) was an Irish-American novelist and poet, best remembered by his Studs Lonigan trilogy published in the 1930s. With works spanning over five decades, Farrell produced an extensive volume of literary materials encompassing many formats. In addition to his published works, this collection exhibits the inexhaustible nature of Farrell’s obsession with writing itself. Along with Farrell’s wide range of famous correspondents, he made efforts to keep all mail he received. This results in a wide variety of materials of fan mail, scathing messages, organizational bulletins, solicitations, and cultural ephemera. The James T. Farrell papers include over 800 linear feet of correspondence, diaries, publications, manuscripts, and memorabilia covering many themes including literature, the arts, academia, politics, social organizations, and professional baseball .

A preliminary outline for the complete collection has been provided in this finding aid. Processing of the materials is ongoing, and this finding aid will be updated as series become available. The current available portion of the collection includes nearly one hundred linear feet of correspondence. The correspondence is arranged into three subseries. While the bulk of material is found in the general correspondence subseries, there are ten linear feet of fragments and unidentified correspondence. The fragments of letters in which the author or the recipient could not be identified; usually due to lack of a full name or other identifiable information, and in certain cases where the handwriting of Farrell or the individual was particularly challenging. There is also one linear foot of fire damaged correspondence (resulting from a fire in Farrell's apartment in 1946) which has been restricted due to the fragile condition of the material.

Notes on Arrangement

As a consequence of a censorship case in Philadelphia against Farrell’s novels in 1948, Farrell made the acquaintance of E. Scully Bradley, Professor of American Civilization and later Vice-Provost of the University of Pennsylvania. Their friendship led to the donation of several of Farrell’s manuscripts to the Department of Special Collections. Farrell had already sought a repository for his papers at the Newberry Library in Chicago after a 1946 fire in his apartment destroyed many manuscripts. In 1954, he decided to deposit subsequent papers at Penn, which eventually purchased most of the Newberry’s Farrell collection. The agreement was finalized in 1957. Over the remainder of Farrell’s life, he continuously deposited new materials but frequently requested previously deposited items to be returned for his personal use, which were sometimes returned at a later time. In addition, Farrell encouraged his friends and family to also donate their own correspondence and memorabilia to the collection. Often, Farrell would donate a carbon copy of a letter to his collection and many decades later the recipient would donate the original. In most cases it is unclear which materials belong to each donation. Due to these circumstances, this collection has been compiled through numerous contributions, from many sources, throughout many decades. This has not allowed for the preservation of an overarching original order. Every effort has been made to preserve the integrity of the collection while best assisting the researcher; however, closely related items may be found dispersed throughout the collection.

When a series of correspondence between Farrell and someone is apparently a function of a corporate body rather than strictly personal, the correspondence is arranged under the corporate body.

Because Farrell was a prolific correspondent and extended friendships to a vast array of people across many fields, the line between business and personal communication is extremely blurred. If the letter appears on official letterhead but is dealing purely with matters outside of that which is represented on the letterhead, it is filed under the correspondent's name and not the corporate body. In some cases this may mean that an individual’s correspondence may be found in multiple places, however every effort has been made to document this to allow a researcher to track all correspondence regardless of function.

If a letter is a response to business correspondence from Farrell, the letter will be arranged under the recipient's name unless their affiliation with the corporate body is documented elsewhere in the collection and the letter seems to pertain to professional matters. Nevertheless, due to size of the collection, it may behoove the researcher to double check any corporate bodies associated with the individual to assure all correspondence has been located.

Often, Farrell’s secretaries (notably Louise Richmond, Luna Wolf and Cleo Paturis) reply to the correspondence on his behalf. All replies from Luna Wolf can be found in the file of the individual. Cleo Paturis has a significantly larger body of correspondence in which some of her secretarial duties are included. Often, correspondents looking to reach Farrell without an address sent letters to his publishers. In turn, on occasion his publishing contacts (often James Henle and Sally Asteros) would return correspondence initially. These will remain in the file of the initial correspondent.

For individuals, researchers should perform keyword searches using the last name, first name format. Corporate bodies and institutions will be found alphabetically as they appear, such as Alfred A. Knopf Inc. under A rather than K. If a person held a distinct title or affiliation, every effort was made to include this in the description to allow for better discovery. An example of this is: Kennedy, Edward Moore (Ted Kennedy), Senator (may contain: United States Congress), which would be found as the entry on the container list.

This collection will be of value to those studying James T. Farrell as a literary figure, as well as his personal philosophies and numerous connections throughout the arts and academia. In addition, this collection also includes a wide range of materials that would be of interest to scholars researching politics and political figures of the twentieth century, social activism, censorship, and Major League Baseball players, owners, and writers.

Administrative Information

Publication Information

University of Pennsylvania: Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts,  2017 May 1

Finding Aid Author

Finding aid prepared by Alexis Morris

Access Restrictions

The bulk of this collection is open for research use. However, the subseries of fire damaged correspondence is restricted from access due to the fragile nature of the materials. A general inventory list of these materials can be found in boxes 310 through 312. For information about gaining access to portions of restricted items, researchers should email rbml@pobox.upenn.edu.

Use Restrictions

Copyright restrictions may exist. For most library holdings, the Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania do not hold copyright. It is the responsibility of the requester to seek permission from the holder of the copyright to reproduce material from the Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts.

Sources of Acquisition

Gift of James T. Farrell

Additional gifts include:

Martin J. Freeman 1957

Hellen Farrell Dillion April 23, 1983 and March 1994

George Gloss, Brattle Bookshop 1989

Sr. Clare Immaculate McDowell 1997

Irvin Stock 1998

Charles Walcutt

Cleo Paturis

Edgar Branch

Newberry Library

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Related Materials

Related Materials

At the Newberry Library, Chicago: James T. Farrell papers, 1949-1967, as well as James T. Farrell-Cleo Paturis Papers, 1909-2006.

At the University of Delaware Special Collections: James T. Farrell papers.

At the University of Texas, Harry Ransom Center: James T. Farrell collection.

At Columbia University: Vanguard Press records, 1925-1985.

At the Library of Congress: Ken McCormick Collection of Doubleday & Company Inc. records.

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)
  • Doubleday & Company, Inc.
  • Vanguard Press.
Form/Genre(s)
  • Correspondence
Subject(s)
  • American literature--20th century
  • Authors
  • Authors, American--20th century
  • Families
  • Literature
  • Marriage
  • Publishers and publishing

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Collection Inventory

I. Correspondence, 1916-1983. 313 boxes.

A. General correspondence.

Scope and Contents

This sub-series contains the bulk of the Farrell correspondence. In addition to publishing over fifty literary works, Farrell was an extraordinarily prolific correspondent crossing many areas of interest. In addition to keeping nearly everything he received, Farrell made multiple copies his own letters, including multiple drafts of the same letter. In some cases, one letter may consist of multiple unsent drafts, carbon copies of the drafts, as well as copies of the final letter which may or may not have been sent. Often these drafts or unsent letters will be marked as such, however it is not consistent throughout the collection.

At times in his life, Farrell traveled the world extensively. This can be seen through the wide variety of stationary and stamps; however this may not be a reliable source to track Farrell's locations as they relate to the dates on the letters. Both handwritten letters and carbon copies may be found on travel and hotel stationary from around the globe. Certain unsent drafts remain unattached within spiral-bound notebooks and in some cases Farrell continued writing letters onto the back covers. Generally, Farrell was very good about dating his correspondence although caution is advised around the New Year, as he often continued using previous dates.

On occasion, Farrell would write under assumed pseudonyms, which usually involve more radical or cynical political discourse. These assumed identities are: Jonathan Titulescu Fogarty, Bridget O’Halloran Fogarty, and Patrick Timothy Boloney.

Family

The correspondence of James T. Farrell provides an extremely concentrated lens on the multiple personas he upheld throughout his life. A great deal about Farrell's history and literary inspiration can be learned through his family correspondence. Although he maintained close connection with all of his siblings, it appears that Farrell most closely confided in his sister Helen Farrell Dillon. Extensive correspondence also can be found between Mary Farrell Holland Bertrand, Jack John Henry Farrell and William Earl Farrell.

Known to have frequent mistresses, Farrell led a tumultuous love life. He was first married in 1931 to Dorothy Butler Farrell which lasted only nine years before divorce in 1940. Interestingly after a second divorce in 1955, from actress Hortense Alden, the couple remarried for a short while until they once again separated in 1958, never filing for an official divorce. In that same year, Farrell was investigating Dorothy for infidelity with "Leroy Stuff" Smith, as well as a possible incestuous relationship she had with her uncle John Roney. Helen, his sister, served at his main confidant regarding this matter, as it is reflected in their correspondence from 1958 to 1959. Detailed materials regarding divorce, infidelity, and other personal matters can be found in the Dorothy Butler Farrell correspondence.

While married to Hortense, Farrell fathered two sons: Kevin and John Steven. Found to be mentally handicapped, John Steven was sent away to a variety of institutions for care, and seemingly removed from most of the family history. It is also worth noting that despite having a good relationship; Farrell and Kevin often address each other by first name rather than a familial title such as "Dad."

Following his final separation from Dorothy, Farrell maintained a relationship with Cleo Paturis. Serving both as a secretary and companion, often the lines of official correspondence and personal communication materials are blurred, especially when discussing friends and family. For his birthday, Cleo annually planned a birthday celebration, and following his death, a commemorative celebration took place honoring his memory. The materials regarding this event can be found within the correspondence. Cleo herself was an extremely active business woman outside of her secretarial work with Farrell. Encouraged to donate her own items to his collection, the materials under her correspondence expand the scope slightly beyond Farrell into her professional work as an editor for American Girl Magazine (the former official magazine of the Girl Scouts of America), as well as a fashion writer.

Publishers

Over the course of his career, Farrell maintained contracts with two main publishing houses, first with Vanguard Press and subsequently Doubleday and Company. This collection provides a near complete account of Farrell's publishing history and relationships with his main literary agent, Sterling Lord as well as his primary publishing contacts James Henle, Evelyn Schrifte, Ken McCormick, and Sally Arteseros. Like many of Farrell’s relationships, his history with publishers was turbulent, and this correspodence documents missed deadlines, broken promises, friendships, and unmet expectations. A 1968 letter from Nelson Double day (Box 66 Folder 5) perhaps best interprets the history—although slightly sarcastically—in saying, "I am glad to hear after all the years of difficulty, we have finally been able to please you."

Notable Scholars

Throughout his life, Farrell was in contact with many scholars seeking to use his works and correspondence for graduate research. Most notable of these are Edgar Branch and Alan Wald. Branch was the principal bibliographer and biographer of Farrell for many decades and served as the literary executor of the estate after Farrell's death. Alan Wald wrote his doctoral dissertation on Farrell as a revolutionary socialist, in June of 1973. He continued to write throughout his career, eventually teaching at the University of Michigan for many decades. Other scholars who corresponded with Farrell include Philip Allan Friedman, James Penha, and John Richard Starkey. Most interestingly, a falling out between Starkey and Farrell occurred in the middle of his research which prompted a letter from Farrell to the University of Pennsylvania curator Neda Westlake forbidding further use of the materials due to Starkey's work being "unsatisfactory" (Box 224, Folder 56).

Box Folder

A/S Bookman (may contain: Gruenbaum, D., Jeppesen, Hanne, and Kiilerich, Edith), 1950-1967.

1 1

Aaron, Daniel, 1961-1979, undated.

1 2-9

Abarbanel, Jonathan, 1974.

1 10

Abbot, Albert, 1967.

1 11

Abbot, Eugene S., 1966.

1 12

Abbot, William, 1948-1966.

1 13

Abel, Elie (may contain: New York Times), undated.

1 14

Abel, Herbert, 1955.

1 15

Abel, Ruben, 1973.

1 16

Abelard Press, 1959.

1 17

Abernethy, Milton A., 1932.

1 18

Abner, Bill, 1951.

1 19

Abraham Caroline, 1958.

1 20

Abramovitch, Raphael R., 1955.

1 21

Abrams, Alan, 1957.

1 22

Abrams, Alfred L. (may contain: Columbia Babies Hospital), 1937.

1 23

Abrams, Charles, 1955.

1 24

Abramson, A., 1949-1950.

1 25

Abramson, Ben, 1936.

1 26

Academy of American Poets (may contain: Kray, Elizabeth D. , Wilkinson, Constance), 1973.

1 27

Academy of Political Science (may contain: Anger, Maury M. , Douglas, Lewis W.), 1952-1960.

1 28

Academy of Radio and Television Arts and Science (may contain: Denis, Paul), 1952-1954.

1 29

Accent (may contain: Quinn, Kerker , Shattuck, Charles H.), 1940-1950.

1 30

Accuracy in Media Inc. (may contain: Irvine, Reed J.), 1978.

1 31

Acheson, Dean, Secretary of State, 1952-1967.

1 32

Achilles, Theodore C., American Diplomat, 1953-1954.

1 33

Ackerman, Gordon, 1962.

1 34

Action Committee on Human Rights (may contain: Stribling, Tom , University of New Mexico), 1965.

1 35

Actors Equity Association (may contain: Derwent, Clarence), 1949.

1 36

Ad Hoc Committee for Intellectual Freedom (may contain: Gershman, Laurie , Suall, Joan), 1972-1974.

1 37

Adair Associates (may contain: Adair, Lincoln V.), undated.

1 38

Adair, Howard A., 1955-1956.

1 39

Adams, J. Donald (James) (may contain: Voice of the people, New York Times Book Review), 1959-1967.

1 40-43

Adams, Leonie (may contain: Troy, William), undated.

1 44

Adams Library (may contain: Dalley, Hobart), 1948.

1 45

Adams, Rae (Ray), 1947-1953, undated.

1 46

Adamson, Stephen C., 1975.

1 47

Addams, Jane (may contain: Women's International League for Peace and Freedom), 1929.

1 48

Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, 1968.

1 49

Adelson, Edward, 1943-1979, undated.

1 50-51

Adirondack Trust Company, 1955.

1 52

Adler, Betty (may contain: Enoch Pratt Library), 1962.

1 53

Adler, Dick, 1967.

1 54

Adler, Leo, 1948-1959.

1 55

Adler, Ms., 1965-1966.

1 56

Adler, Nathan, 1936.

2 1

Adult Education Association of the USA (may contain: Gross, Jesse, Sillars, Robertson), 1955.

2 2

Adult School of Montclair (may contain: Soutar, Herbert), 1952.

2 3

Adventure on a Shoestring, undated.

2 4

Adventures in Living, 1961.

2 5

Advertising Age, 1964.

2 6

Aetna Life Insurance Company (may contain: J.F. Murphy , Farrell (Butler), Dorothy), 1932-1963, undated.

2 7-11

Affiliated Schools for Workers, 1937.

2 12

AFG Literary (may contain: Ann Elmo), 1949-1950.

2 13

Africa Freedom Day, 1959.

2 14

Africa South, 1960.

2 15

African-American Institute, 1958.

2 16

African-American Students Foundation, Inc., 1959.

2 17

Aga, Saemdraw, 1973.

2 18

Agence France-Presse, 1949.

2 19

Agnes Irwin School, 1965.

2 20

Agnew, Spiro, Governor of Maryland and Vice President of the United States, 1968.

2 21

Ahearn, Nancy, 1957.

2 22

Ahnebrink, Lars, 1950-1956.

2 23

Aid Refugee Chinese Intellectuals Inc., 1952.

2 24

Aiken, Conrad, 1960-1968.

2 25

Aiken, Henry D., 1948.

2 26

Air France, 1972.

2 27

Air-India, 1956.

2 28

Akhowat Urud daily (may contain: Olah, Franz), 1960.

2 29

Alabama College (may contain: Forsythe, Sidney , Payne, Robert), 1950.

2 30

Alary, Maurice, 1952.

2 31

Albers, Heinz, 1950.

2 32

Albert Bonniers Forlag, 1960.

2 33

Albertson, Dorothy, 1959.

2 34

Albrecht, Otto E., 1955.

2 35

Albuquerque Tribune, 1979.

2 36

Alden, Bettina, 1948-1979, undated.

2 37

Alden, Hortense (Hortense Alden Farrell), 1930-1979, undated.

2

3

4

5

1-25

1-26

1-22

38-54

Alderton, Donald L., attorney (may contain: Butcher, Myrtle , Lengel, William), 1957-1958.

6 1

Aldrige, Tom, 1961-1962.

6 2

Alexander, Herb, 1960-1966.

6 3

Alexanderoff, 1974.

6 4

Alexis, Gerhard T. (may contain: Gustavus Adolphus College), 1967.

6 5

Aley, Maxwell, 1937.

6 6

Alfau, Angel M. Ortiz, 1956.

6 7

Alfred A. Knopf Inc. (may contain: Gregory, Patrick), 1943-1967.

6 8-15

Alfred Smith Barnes and Company, A. S. Barnes and Co. (may contain: Barnes, Howard , Hughs, Larry , Pratt, John Lowell , Schiffer, Don , Vinick, Lany), 1955-1972.

6 16-25

Algren, Nelson, 1942-1969.

6 26-30

Ali, Melidi, 1954.

6 31

Ali Seljouq, Mahdi, undated.

6 32

Alinsky, Saul David (may contain: Industrial Areas Foundation), 1942-1945, undated.

6 33-34

Allan, Jon, 1973.

6 35

Allard, Winston, 1949.

6 36

Allen, Charles, 1939.

6 37

Allen, Edward (may contain: St. Louis Post-Dispatch), 1935, undated.

6 38

Allen, Evelyn, 1944.

6 39

Allen, Frederick Lewis (may contain: Harper's Magazine), 1940-1950.

7 1-2

Allen, Jewel, 1937.

7 3

Allen, John C., 1947.

7 4

Allen, Lee, 1948-1969.

7 5

Allen, Maury (may contain: New York Post), 1948-1979.

7 6

Allen, Mel, 1977.

7 7

Allen, Richard, 1948.

7 8

Allen, Robert A., 1978.

7 9

Allen, Robert F., 1973-1976, undated.

7 10

Allen, Robert G., Representative (may contain: United States Congress), 1938-1979, undated.

7 11-12

Allen, Robert S. (may contain: National Press), 1954-1978.

7 13-14

Allen, Walter, 1965.

7 15

Allen, Will, 1948, undated.

7 16

Alliance Book Corporation (may contain: Kappell, Gabrielle), 1941-1946.

7 17

Allison, Robert, 1945.

7 18

Alma College (may contain: Swanson, Robert), 1959.

7 19

Alroy, John, 1934.

7 20

Alsada, Mazel, 1933, undated.

7 21

Alsberg, Henry G. (may contain: Works Progress Administration), 1937.

7 22

Alsop, Joseph (may contain: New York Herald Tribune), 1937-1962, undated.

7 23

Alternative: An American Spectator (may contain: Duggan, Joseph , Munson, Steven , Meyerson, Adam , Tyrrell, Emmett), 1976-1977.

7 24

Altick, Richard (may contain: Ohio State University), 1977.

7 25

Altman, Georges, 1956.

7 26

Amadeus Press, undated.

7 27

Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America (may contain: Fisher, Bernice , Finley, Murray), 1951-1972.

7 28

Amann, Diane Marie (may contain: Daily Illini), 1978.

7 29

Ambrosino, Ralph, 1948.

7 30

America, 1979.

7 31

America-Israel Society (may contain: Cassidy, George , Jones, Howard), 1957-1958.

7 32

American Academy of Arts and Letters (may contain: Marya Zaturenska), 1977.

7 33

American Academy of Arts and Sciences (may contain: Flaherty, Patricia , Weisskopf, Victor Frederick), 1979.

7 34

American Airlines, 1953-1963.

7 35

American Amateur Press Association (may contain: Wesson, Sheldon), 1968.

7 36

American Arbitration Association (may contain: Murphy, Joseph), 1959.

7 37

American-Asian Educational Exchange (may contain: Judd, Walter), 1958.

7 38

American Association for a Democratic Germany (may contain: Goldbloom, Maurice), 1948.

7 39

American Association for Jewish Education (may contain: Trouster, Ben), 1957.

7 40

American Association of University Women (may contain: Richer, Ruth), 1964-1965.

7 41

American Biographical Institute (may contain: Vickers, Janet), 1977.

7 42

American Book Collector (may contain: Thorsen, W.B.), 1960-1971.

7 43

American Book Publishers Council (may contain: West, Harry , Jennison, Peter), 1948-1960.

7 44

American Bookman (may contain: Shipley, Joseph), 1944.

7 45

American Broadcasting Company (may contain: Murphy, Kay), 1966.

7 46

American Caravan, 1929.

7 47

American Christian Association for Israel (may contain: Baehr, Karl , LeSourd, Howard), 1963-1964.

7 48

American Christian Palestine Committee, 1957-1959.

7 49

American Civil Liberties Union (may contain: Angell, Ernest , Baldwin, Roger Nash , Bentz, Clifford , Burden, Carter , DeSilver, Margaret , Fitelson, William , Forster, Clifford , Fuller, Jeffrey , Heubsch, B.W. , Malin, Patrick Murphy , Randall, Tony , Reitman, Alan), 1940-1969, undated.

7 50-52

American Committee for Cultural Freedom, Correspondence and materials (may contain: Bell, Dan , Davis, Robert G. , Kluger, Pearl , Kristol, Irving , Lasky, Melvin , Stein, Sol , Trilling, Diana , ), 1951-1957.

7

8

1-9

53-54

American Committee for Cultural Freedom, by-laws and history, undated.

8 10

American Committee for Cultural Freedom, executive committee agendas and minutes, 1954-1956.

8 11-14

American Committee for Cultural Freedom, memorandums, 1955-1956, undated.

8 15

American Committee for Cultural Freedom, press releases, 1952-1956.

8 16

American Committee for Cultural Freedom, miscellaneous materials, 1952-1956, undated.

8 17-18

American Committee for Cultural Freedom, official correspondence from Farrell, 1952-1956, undated.

8 19-22

American Committee for Cultural Freedom, general correspondence from committee, 1954-1956, undated.

8 23-26

American Committee for Engine Scholars, Writing, and Artists, Inc., 1947.

8 27

American Committee for Israel's Tenth Anniversary Celebration, 1958.

8 28

American Committee for Liberation from Bolshevism, 1955-1963.

8 29

American Committee on Africa, 1955-1958.

8 30

American Council for Judaism, 1956.

8 31

American Council for Learned Societies, 1956-1957.

8 32

American Council on Germany, 1958.

8 33

American Education, 1965.

8 34

American Education Fellowship (may contain: Anderson, Archibald W.), 1950.

8 35

American Embassy: Paris, France, 1949.

8 36

American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research (may contain: Miller, Stephen), 1978.

8 37

American Express Company, 1953-1974.

8 38

American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO) (may contain: Benedict, Daniel; Brown, Irving; Collins, William (Mike); Henle, Peter; Kahn, Tom; Kirkland, Lane; Meeny, George; and Wasser, Estelle), 1948-1976.

9 1-7

American Federation of Teachers, 1966, undated.

9 8

American Friends of the Captive Nations (may contain: Berenson, Ruth , Emmet, Christopher , Duke, Angier), 1956-1960.

9 9

American Friends of Vietnam, 1967.

9 10

American Friends Service Committee, 1953.

9 11

American Fund for Israel Institutions, 1949.

9 12

American Hotel Credit Corporation, 1951-1958.

9 13

American Humanist Association (may contain: Huber, Elizabeth , McCaslin, Walt , McEldawney, David , Mann, Thomas , Smith, Warren Allen), 1946-1962, undated.

9 14

American Indian Fund, 1955-1956.

9 15

American Irish Historical Society, 1974-1978.

9 16-17

American Israel Public Affairs Committee, 1964.

9 18

American Israel Society, 1958.

9 19

American Jewish Committee, 1952.

9 20

American Jewish Congress, 1958.

9 21

American Journal of Sociology (may contain: Hughes, Everett), 1959.

9 22

American Labor Education Service, 1948-1953.

9 23

American League of Professional Baseball Clubs, 1958.

9 24

American Legion Magazine, 1950.

9 25

American Liberal Association, 1956.

9 26

American Library Association (may contain: Henle, Jim , Vanguard Press), 1936-1961.

9

10

27-32

1-6

American Library in Paris, 1931-1954.

10 7

American Mercury (may contain: Angoff, Charles), 1933-1951.

10 8

American Newspaper Guild, 1951.

10 9

American Pen, 1950.

10 10

American Place Theatre, 1973.

10 11

American Poetry Review, 1979.

10 12

American Press Associates (may contain: Schuyler, George), 1945.

10 13

American Psychological Association Convetion (may contain: Hammer, Emanuel), 1961.

10 14

American Revolution Bicentennial Commission of Michigan City, Indiana, 1978.

10 15

American Russian Cultural Association, 1942.

10 16

American Savings Bank, 1977-1978.

10 17

American Scandinavian Council for Adult Education, 1954.

10 18

American Scholar (may contain: Epstein, Joseph , Haydn, Hiram , Kerr, Dorothy , Schwarz, John S. , Stipicenc, Jean , Williams, Beryl , Campbell, Ruth E.), 1941-1979.

10 19

American Society for Russian Relief Inc., 1945.

10 20

American Society of Journalists and Authors (may contain: Schreiber, Flora), 1976.

10 21

American Spectator (may contain: Angoff, Charles , Tyrrell, R. Emmett), 1935-1978, undated.

10 22

American Statesman, 1954.

10 23

American Student Union (may contain: Wechsler, James), 1936.

10 24

American Tobacco Company, 1965.

10 25

American Trade Union Council, 1957-1959.

10 26

American University, Beirut, Lebanon (may contain: Kurani, Habib , Crawford, Archive , Meyer, A.J. , Watson, Curtis), 1956.

10 27

American University in Europe (may contain: Kraus, Horatio), 1932.

10 28

American Veterans Committee, 1947-1949.

10 29

American Veterans of the Elbe Rive Link-up, 1959-1961.

10 30

American Weekly, 1958.

10 31

American Whig-Cliosophic Society (may contain: Lord, Sterling), 1957.

10 32

American Writers Congress, 1935.

10 33

Americans for Democratic Action (may contain: Lindsay, Howard), 1948-1949.

10 34-39

Americans for Intellectual Freedom, 1949.

10 40

Americans for Nuclear Energy, undated.

10 41

America's Young Men, 1934.

10 42

Ames, Alfred (may contain: Voice of the People), 1968-1971, undated.

10 43

Ames, Elizabeth, 1931-1977.

10 44-48

Ames, Russell, 1961-1969.

11 1

Ames, Van Meter, 1944-1947.

11 2-9

Amherst Central Adult School, 1968.

11 10

Amherst College (may contain: Ziegler, Benjamin), 1949-1950.

11 11

Amtrak, 1973.

11 12

Ancelos, Lew (may contain: Syracuse University), 1947.

11 13

Ancient Monuments Society, 1957.

11 14

Anderson, A.W. (may contain: Wear, Marilyn), 1951.

11 15

Anderson, David, 1977-1979.

11 16

Anderson, Dewey H., 1950.

11 17

Anderson, Dorothy, 1953-1955.

11 18

Anderson, Doug, 1961.

11 19

Anderson, Elanor (may contain: Anderson, Sherwood), 1942-1962.

11 20

Anderson, Elsa, undated.

11 21

Anderson, Evelyn, 1944.

11 22

Anderson, Gertrude, undated.

11 23

Anderson, Jervis (may contain: New Yorker Magazine), 1970-1977.

11 24

Anderson, Lionel, 1941.

11 25

Anderson, Lucile, [1935], undated.

11 26

Anderson, Raymond, 1951.

11 27

Anderson, Sparky, 1976.

11 28

Anderson, Stanley, 1949-1955, undated.

11 29

Anderson, Terry, 1978.

11 30

Anderson, Warwick Mc Nair, 1955.

11 31

Andersson, Margitta (may contain: Foreign service of the United States), 1954.

11 32

Andreas, Osborn, 1933.

11 33

Andrews, Robert Hardy, 1961.

11 34

Aney, Edith (may contain: Davidson, Loren), 1958.

11 35

Angelis, Lou, 1948.

11 36

Angell, Roger (may contain: Creamer, Robert), 1976-1978.

11 37

Angelou, Maya, 1974-1978.

11 38

Angelus, Oskar, 1965.

11 39

Angoff, Charles, 1966.

11 40

Anita Custom Tailors and Clothes, 1965.

11 41

Ann Cecilia, [Sister], 1970.

11 42

Ann Watkins Inc., 1940.

11 43

Anne Frank Memorial Foundation, 1958.

11 44

Annunziata, Mildred, 1969.

11 45

Anspacher, Louis K., undated.

11 46

Ansul, Mr., 1964.

11 47

Antaeus (may contain: Halpern, Daniel), 1970-1973.

11 48

Anthony, Joseph, 1948.

11 49

Antic Hay Books, 1978.

11 50

Antioch College, 1948-1958.

11 51

Antioch Review (may contain: Antioch Press , Bixler, Paul), 1950-1967, undated.

11 52-55

Antonio, I.S. Le Maistre, 1956-1958.

11 56

Appel, Marty, 1976-1978.

11 57

Appel, Willa, 1977.

12 1

Appleton-Century-Crofts Inc. (may contain: Van Avery, F.B.), 1958.

12 2

Aragrio, Ricardo, 1953.

12 3

Arbor House Publishing Company Inc. (may contain: Fine, Donald I.), 1975-1976, undated.

12 4

Arbus, Doon (may contain: Arbus, Diane), 1972, undated.

12 5

Archbishop of Durban, 1966.

12 6

Archives due XXe Siecle (may contain: Marchand, J.J.), 1974.

12 7

Arendt, Hannah, 1968.

12 8

Argosy Magazine (may contain: Adler, Dick , Cassiday, Bruce), 1960-1961.

12 9

Argus Magazine (may contain: University of Buffalo , Fried, Marty), 1950.

12 10

Arkansas Gazette, 1957.

12 11

Armanasco, Genevieve, 1959-1956.

12 12

Armentia, Miguel, 1951-1952, undated.

12 13

Armstrong, Lloyd V., 1954-1955.

12 14

Armstrong, Neville, 1953-1958.

12 15

Arno Press (may contain: Nelson, Eve), 1975.

12 16

Arnold, Armin, 1960.

12 17

Arnold, Sherman, undated.

12 18

Arnold, Thurman Wesley, Assistant attorney general, 1939-1942.

12 19

Arnon, Michael (may contain: Embassy of Israel), 1956.

12 20

Arnovick, Peter, 1955.

12 21

Arnstein, Felix G., 1956-1957.

12 22

Aron, Raymon, 1950-1977.

12 23

Arshad, Ali, Consulate of Pakistan, 1956-1974.

12 24

Artaban (may contain: Hebertot, Jacques), 1957.

12 25

Arthaud, B., 1960.

12 26

Artinian, Artine (may contain: Bard College), 1938-1944.

12 27

Artists Ltd. (may contain: Revnes, Maurice), 1947.

12 28

Artists' Theatre (New York) (may contain: Gnatz, Marvin), 1955.

12 29

Arts Council of Great Britain (may contain: Poulton, Kay), 1949-1951.

12 30

Arvin, Newton, 1930-1939, undated.

12 31

Arvisais, Susan, 1946.

12 32

Asch, Nathan, 1935.

12 33

Ascoli, Max, 1949.

12 34

Ash, Kathleen, 1946-1950.

12 35

Ash, Miena, 1956.

12 36

Ashburn, W. Alwyn, 1957.

12 37

Asherg-Harrison, Rebecca, 1968, undated.

12 38

Ashland Poetry Press, 1971.

12 39

Ashley, Father, 1972.

12 40

Ashmead, John (may contain: Haverford College), 1949.

12 41

Ashton, Geoffrey, 1964.

12 42

Asia Foundation, 1955-1960.

12 43

Asia Society, 1965.

12 44

Asinof, Eliot, 1961-1979, undated.

12 45

Asomante (may contain: Vientos Gaston, Nilita), 1950.

12 46

Assembly of Captive European Nations, 1958.

12 47

Asseyev, Josephine, 1953-1954.

12 48

Associated Blind, Inc., 1947.

12 49

Associated Hospital Service of New York, 1948-1961, undated.

12 50-51

Association of American Publishers, 1979.

12 52

Association of Americans and Canadians in Israel, 1956.

12 53

Association Press, 1973.

12 54

Assumption College (may contain: True, Michael), 1970-1973.

12 55

Aswell, Edward C., 1943-1946.

12 56

Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railway Company, 1929.

12 57

Athenaean (may contain: University of Wisconsin), 1951.

12 58

Atheneum, 1965.

12 59

Athens Messenger (may contain: Powersm, Robert), 1965.

12 60

Atkins, Larry, 1956.

12 61

Atkinson, Brooks, 1961, undated.

12 62

Atlantic Monthly Press (may contain: Ogden, A.G.), 1938-1962, undated.

12 63

Atlas, James, 1974-1977, undated.

13 1

Atomic Industrial Forum, 1975-1977.

13 2

Atwood, Bill, 1960-1970.

13 3

Auchincloss, Louis, 1960-1977.

13 4

Audience Press, 1958.

13 5

Audit (may contain: University of Buffalo), 1960-1964.

13 6

August Claessens Fund, 1950.

13 7

Ault, William, 1947, undated.

13 8

Austin Statesman, 1960.

13 9

Australia Ministry of Post-War Reconstruction, 1947.

13 10

Australian Committee for Cultural Freedom, 1956-1958.

13 11

Australian Embassy (Washington D.C.), 1979.

13 12

Author Lecture Service, 1969-1970.

13 13

Author Meets the Critics (may contain: Coopersmith, Jerome , Halsbarand, Harriet), 1945-1952.

13 14

Author Speaks, 1977.

13 15

Authors' Forum of the Progressive Bookclub, 1947.

13 16

Authors Guild (may contain: Reggie, Peter), 1978.

13 17

Author's League Bulletin, 1977.

13 18

Authors' League of America, to include the Authors' League Fund (may contain: Ten Eyck, Mills , Brooks, John , Glover, Fay , Heggie, Peter), 1943-1978, undated.

13 19-23

Authors Take Sides on Vietnam, 1966.

13 24

Authors' Workshop for Veterans (may contain: McCarthy, Jack R. , Logan, Ben), 1947-1948, undated.

13 25

Avant-garde, 1968, undated.

13 26

Avard, Bonnie, undated.

13 27

Avenue, Ethel, 1963.

13 28

Avon Books, 1971-1971, undated.

13 29

Avon Publishing Company, Inc., 1950-1952.

13 30

Axtelle, George (may contain: Southern Illinois University), 1961-1968.

13 31

AYXA Art, 1973.

13 32

B. Altman and Company, 1955.

13 33

B. George, 1932.

13 34

Baal-Teshuva, Jacob, 1961.

13 35

Baatz, Wilmer H. (may contain: University of Rochester , Milwaukee public library), 1950-1954.

13 36

Babbitt, Sylvia M., 1972.

13 37

Babcock, Roy E., 1950.

13 38

Babel, 1950.

13 39

Babic, Sreten, 1966.

13 40

Back of the Yards Neighborhood Council (may contain: Meegan, Joseph), 1966.

13 41

Bacon, Paul, 1975.

13 42

Bacul, Jacob, 1961.

13 43

Baevsky, Sonya, 1977.

13 44

Baglis, Lambert, 1952.

13 45

Baigmohammad, Homi (may contain: H. Husein and Company), 1956-1958.

13 46

Bailey, Miss, 1958.

13 47

Bailey, Mr., 1961-1977.

13 48

Bailey, Eric, 1967.

13 49

Bailey, Harry, 1947-1967.

13 50

Bailey, John, 1966-1968.

13 51

Bailey, Norman C., before 1947.

13 52

Bailey, Ralph, 1947.

13 53

Bair, Margaret, 1962.

13 54

Baker, Bernard, undated.

13 55

Baker, Carlos (may contain: Princeton University), 1961-1969.

13 56

Baker, Doris, 1963-1971, undated.

13 57

Baker, Jacob (may contain: Federal Emergency Relief Administration , United Federal Workers of America), 1934-1962.

13 58

Baker, Lloyd F., 1937.

13 59

Baker, Mark A., undated.

13 60

Baker, Mildred, 1968-1973, undated.

13 61

Baker, Russell (may contain: New York Times), 1973-1974.

13 62

Bakhash, Mr., 1958.

13 63

Bakic, Douchan, 1978.

13 64

Bakstansky, Israel, 1958.

13 65

Balabanoff, Angelica, 1938-1942, undated (before 1947).

13 66

Balch, J.S., 1938.

13 67

Baldanzi, George, 1952.

13 68

Baldwin, Hanson (may contain: New York Times), 1960-1966.

14 1-2

Baldwin, Horace, 1967.

14 3

Baldwin, James, 1963-1964, undated.

14 4

Baldwin, Roger (may contain: American Civil Liberties Union), 1937-1953.

14 5

Baldwin-Wallace College (may contain: Shoemaker, Neille), 1957.

14 6

Baleria, Wes, 1948.

14 7

Ball, George, 1953.

14 8

Ballantine Books (may contain: DeLiso, Oscar , Kauffmann, Stanley), 1953-1958.

14 9

Ballantyne, David, 1946-1979.

14 10

Ballard, Rulon, 1956.

14 11

Baltic Review, 1951.

14 12

Baltimore Orioles baseball team, 1958.

14 13

Baltimore Sun (may contain: Patterson, Maclean , O'Mara, Richard), 1947-1979.

14 14

Bamberger, Carl, 1961.

14 15

Bancroft, Helen Frizzell, 1953.

14 16

Bankier, Jean, 1967.

14 17

Bannerjee, G.C., 1951.

14 18

Banning, Margaret Culkin (may contain: Authors' League of America), 1948.

14 19

Bantam Books (may contain: Jaffe, Marc), 1963.

14 20

Barag, E., undated.

14 21

Barber and Baar Associates, Inc. (may contain: Baar, Stanley), 1947.

14 22

Barbusse, Henri, 1931.

14 23

Barchas, Sylvia, 1934.

14 24

Bard College (may contain: Hall, Remy), 1962.

14 25

Bardacke, Gregory (may contain: United Nations Appeal for Children), 1947-1959.

14 26

Bardacke, Ted, 1959-1960.

14 27

Bardin, John Franklin (may contain: New Leader), 1949-1952.

14 28

Barkas and Shalit, Inc. (may contain: Gene Shalit), undated.

14 29

Barker, Dudley (may contain: Bull, John , Daily Herald), 1949-1960.

14 30

Barkham, John, 1963-1969.

14 31

Barmine, Alex, 1941.

14 32

Barnard, Harry, 1939-1979.

14 33

Barnes, Evelyn, 1953-1960, undated.

14 34-39

Barnes, Forrest (Mrs.), 1960.

14 40

Barnes, Howard, 1957.

14 41

Barnes, John, 1962-1963.

15 1

Barnes, K. (may contain: Newberry Library), 1951-1952.

15 2

Barnes, Margaret Ayer, 1937.

15 3

Barnet, Will, 1948-1951.

15 4

Barnett, Burten, 1936.

15 5

Barnhart, Frances, 1945.

15 6

Barnwell, Kenneth W., 1961.

15 7

Baron, Murray G., 1961.

15 8

Baron, Richard, 1953.

15 9

Baron, Sylvia, 1940.

15 10

Baronian, Harry (may contain: Bowery News), 1941-1953.

15 11

Barr, Dan (may contain: Bring back Dorothy Gill campaign committee), 1936.

15 12

Barr, Ingle, 1958, undated.

15 13

Barr, Pelham, 1937-1948.

15 14

Barre, Henri, 1952-1954.

15 15

Barrera, Jean P., 1941.

15 16

Barrett, Marvin, 1961.

15 17

Barrett, Norman, 1948.

15 18-19

Barrick, Raymond, 1955.

15 20

Barron, Dion, 1981.

15 21

Barron's Educational Series Inc. (may contain: Barron, Manuel), 1968.

15 22

Barrow, Mr., 1968.

15 23

Barry, Barbara, 1952-1953.

15 24

Barry, Mike, undated.

15 25

Barry, Mr., 1958-1965.

15 26

Barry, Pat, 1956-1957.

15 27

Barry, Tom, 1958.

15 28

Barsh, Yetta, 1948, undated.

15 29

Bartel, Claire, 1941.

15 30

Bartens, Irma, undated (before 1947).

15 31

Barth, John, 1967.

15 32

Barth, Lawrence, 1957, undated.

15 33

Bartholomew, Mr., 1961-1962.

15 34

Bartish, Elizabeth, 1941-1950, undated.

15 35

Baseball Digest, 1957.

15 36

Baseball Encyclopedia, 1974.

15 37

Baseball Hall of Fame, 1979.

15 38

Basel, Amos, attorney (may contain: Liberal Party New York City), 1950-1958.

15 39

BASIC (Black Americans to Support Israel Committee) (may contain: Rustin, Bayard), 1975.

15 40

Basic Books, publisher, 1961.

15 41

Baskette, Ewing, 1955-1957.

15 42

Bassett, Anne, 1947.

15 43

Bastian, Edward, 1931-1933.

15 44-46

Bates, Robert W., 1956-1977, undated.

15 47

Battan, David, 1962.

15 48

Battenfield, Dirk, 1964.

15 49

Bauer Agency (may contain: Gregory, Horace), 1955.

15 50

Bauer, Catherine, 1937.

15 51

Bauer, James G., 1965.

15 52

Baumerder, Yehuda, 1956-1957.

15 53

Bauties, Maxine A. Hartley, 1974.

15 54

Baxley, Max, undated.

15 55

Baxter, Annette (may contain: Columbia University), 1961.

15 56

Baxter, Jewel, 1966, undated.

15 57

Baxter, Julia Strong, 1966.

15 58

Bay, Andre, 1955-1956.

15 59

Bayer, Preston, 1942.

15 60

Bazelon, David, 1942-1944.

16 1-2

Bazin, Herve, 1955.

16 3

Bazio, Diane, 1959.

16 4

BC Research (may contain: Bruccoli, Mary , Bruccoli, Matthew), 1983.

16 5

Beach, Joseph Warren (may contain: University of Minnesota , American Library Association), 1941-1954, undated.

16 6

Beach, Sylvia (may contain: Shakespeare and Company Paris), 1937.

16 7

Beacon Press, 1957-1961, undated.

16 8

Beadle, George W., President of the University of Chicago, 1967.

16 9

Beal, Fred E., 1938-1954, undated.

16 10

Beales, Hugh Lancelot, 1949.

16 11

Bean, Marshall (may contain: Emery, Justice), 1963-1966.

16 12

Bean, Muriel, 1955-1979.

16 13

Beane, Abraham, 1977.

16 14

Beard, Charles, 1938-1969, undated.

16 15-16

Beard, Mary, 1966.

16 17

Beasley, Michael, 1977.

16 18

Beaton, Leonard, 1979.

16 19

Beauvoir, Simone de (may contain: Alfred Knopf and company), 1948-1959.

16 20

Beaux Arts Hotel, 1958-1966, undated.

16 21

Bebb, Bruce (may contain: University of Southern California), 1978.

16 22

Beck, Fanny W., 1957.

16 23

Beck, Jay, 1957-1958.

16 24

Beck, Sigmund, 1955.

16 25

Becker, Elizabeth Fairchild, 1950-1951, undated.

16 26

Becker, M.M., 1962.

16 27

Beckwith, Irving, 1945-1968, undated.

16 28

Bee Publishing Company, 1952.

16 29

Beechhurts Press, Inc., undated.

16 30

Beffel, John Nicholas (may contain: Sociedades Hispanas Confederadas), 1946.

16 31

Behan, Brendan, 1960.

16 32

Behavioral Research Laboratories (may contain: Lish, Gordon , Igel, George), 1965-1975.

16 33

Bein, Albert, undated (before 1947).

16 34

Beirne, James, 1948.

16 35

Beite, Ann-Mari, undated.

16 36

Belafonte, Harry (may contain: Wiltwyck School for Boys), 1971.

16 37

Beldegreen, Ernest E., 1973.

16 38

Belfast Telegraph Newspaper, 1961.

16 39

Belkind, Allen (may contain: University of Nevada), 1969.

16 40

Bell, Daniel (may contain: Harvard University), 1948-1978, undated.

16 41-42

Bell, David, 1928-1940, undated (before 1947).

16 43-44

Bell, Larry, 1955.

16 45

Bell Syndicate (may contain: Osenenko, John), 1960.

16 46

Bell Telephone Company of Pennsylvania, 1960.

16 47

Bell, Tom, 1978.

16 48

Bellak, Leopold, 1946-1947.

16 49

Bellevue Stratford Philadelphia, 1957.

16 50

Bellone, Julius (may contain: University of Pennsylvania), 1960.

16 51

Bellow, Saul, 1945-1947.

16 52-53

Bellquist, Eric (may contain: US information service Sweeden), 1962-1968.

16 54

Belson, Sharron, 1950.

16 55

Belton, J. Mark, 1974-1977.

16 56

Benedict, Daniel, 1967.

16 57

Benedite, Dan, 1955.

16 58

Benet, Stephen Vincent (may contain: Henle, Jim , Saturday Review of Literature), 1937-1942, undated.

17 1

Ben-Gurion, David, 1964.

17 2

Benichou, Paul, 1949-1954.

17 3

Benjamin, Jack, 1946.

17 4

Bennett, Whit, 1962.

17 5

Bennington College (may contain: Belitt, Ben), 1935-1958.

17 6

Benoit, Simone E., undated.

17 7

Bentley, Eric (may contain: Williams, Tennessee), 1955-1965.

17 8

Benyo, Richard (may contain: Avon Books), 1977-1978.

17 9

Berenda, Ruth, 1956-1966, undated.

17 10

Berg, Sigurd, 1946.

17 11

Berger, Jeff, undated.

17 12

Berger, Samuel D. (may contain: United States Embassy Great Britain), 1949-1957, undated.

17 13

Bergin, Thomas Goddard, undated.

17 14

Bergman, John, undated.

17 15

Bergseng, James, 1947.

17 16

Bergvall, Sonja, 1950.

17 17

Berkley Publishing Company, 1972.

17 18

Berkeley, Roy, 1979.

17 19

Berkow, Ira, 1977-1978.

17 20

Berle, Adolf, 1952-1953.

17 21

Berlin, Isaiah, 1956.

17 22

Berlind, Melvyn, 1938.

17 23

Berlinrut, Peter, 1941.

17 24

Bernard Geis Associates (may contain: Behan, Brendan , Hill, Carol), 1965.

17 25

Bernard Grasset, 1960.

17 26

Bernard, Vera, undated.

17 27

Berner, Madeline, 1956-1964.

17 28

Bernhard, Joe, 1948.

17 29

Bernick, Frances, 1945, undated (before 1947).

17 30

Bernstein, Helen, 1965.

17 31

[Bernstein], Robert (may contain: Columbia University), 1960.

17 32

Bernstien, Mr., 1978.

17 33

Berra, Yogi, 1975.

17 34

Berry, Sylvia, 1964-1973.

17 35

Berryman, John, 1949.

17 36

Berti, Luigi, 1954-1956.

17 37

Bertman, Jan, 1958.

17 38

Bertman, Jules, 1945-1959.

17 39

Bertrand, Mary Farrell Holland, 1931-1983, undated.

17

18

19

1-32

1-15

40-49

Bertrand Russell Peace Foundation, 1966.

19 16

Besserman, Perle, 1967, undated.

19 17

Bessie, Alvah Cecil, 1935.

19 18

Bessie, Simon Michael (may contain: Harper and Brothers), 1952.

19 19

Best and Company, 1951.

19 20

Best Articles and Stories, 1957-1960.

19 21

Beth Israel Medical Center, 1952-1953, undated.

19 22

Bettelheim, Bruno, 1944-1979, undated.

19

20

23-35

1-4

Bettelheim, Ruth (may contain: Bettelheim, Bruno), 1963-1964, undated.

20 5

Bewley, E.A.M., 1942.

20 6

Biberman, Herbert, 1969.

20 7

Bibliographisches Institute AG (may contain: Kraemer, Maria), 1972.

20 8

Bick, Jerry, 1946.

20 9

Bickart, Pamela, 1951-1972, undated.

20 10

Biemuller, Andrew, Representative United States Congress, 1949.

20 11

Big Table (may contain: Carroll, Paul), 1961.

20 12

Bilbao, Manuel Lopez, 1953-1956.

20 13

Bilbo, Dorothy, 1966, undated.

20 14

Bilgore, Ellen Kate, 1976-1977, undated.

20 15

Bina, Clarence (may contain: University of North Dakota), 1972.

20 16

Bingham, Barry, 1959.

20 17

Binni, Francesco (may contain: Contemporanei), 1976.

20 18

Biossat, Bruce, 1960.

20 19

Birkenfeld, Gunther, 1958-1959.

20 20

Birmingham, Phillip, 1979.

20 21

Birmingham Post and Mail Ltd., 1959.

20 22

Birnbaum, Herb (may contain: Birnbaum, Agnes), 1955-1965, undated.

20 23

Birnbaum, Joyce, 1952.

20 24

Birney, Earle (may contain: University of Toronto, Canadian Forum), 1939-1975, undated.

20 25

Birnie, William, Alfred Han (may contain: Women's Home Companion), 1947-1948.

20 26

Birt, Catherine, 1938.

20 27

Bishop, Joseph, 1942-1978, undated.

20 28-30

Bishop, Leonard, 1954-1967.

20 31

Bissell, Elaine, undated.

20 32

Black Cat Press, 1936.

20 33

Black, Coby, 1956.

20 34

Black Mountain College (may contain: Levi, Albert William), 1947.

20 35

Blackman, J. G., 1956.

20 36

Blackman, Saul, 1952.

20 37

Blackwater, Caroline, undated.

20 38

Blaine, Ruth, undated.

20 39

Blair, Arthur (may contain: Blair, Phoebe), 1949-1958.

20 40

Blair, Mary (may contain: Wilson, Edmund), 1937-1945, undated.

20 41

Blair, William (may contain: Stevenson, Adlai), 1937.

20 42

Blake, Jonathan P., 1953-1954.

21 1

Blake, L. Page Blake (Pat Blake) (may contain: Time), 1953-1977, undated.

21 2

Blake, Tommy, 1950.

21 3

Blaker, Ben, 1958.

21 4

Blanchard, Caroline, 1962-1970.

21 5

Bland, Alden, 1947.

21 6

Blankfort, Michael (may contain: Theatre Union), 1974-1975, undated.

21 7

Blanshard, Paul, 1937.

21 8

Blanzat, Jean, 1956-1969.

21 9

Blazekovic, Tatjana, 1956.

21 10

Bledsoe, Thomas, 1965.

21 11

Bledsoe, William, 1962.

21 12

Blei, Norbert, 1979.

21 13

Bleistein, Mr., 1947.

21 14

Blicksilver, Edith, 1968-1978, undated.

21 15

Blickstein, Mrs., 1974.

21 16

Blijstra, R., 1950.

21 17

Bloch, Bertrom (may contain: Samuel Goldwyn Inc.), 1939.

21 18

Block, Irving J. (may contain: Village Presbyterian Church and the Brotherhood Synagogue), undated.

21 19

Block, Mervin, 1957-1977, undated.

21 20-21

Block, Steven, 1959, undated.

21 22

Bloland, Roy, 1958.

21 23

Bloom, Robert, 1947.

21 24

Bloomsburg State College, Bloomsburg University, 1965.

21 25

Bloss, Claire, 1949-1950.

21 26

Blucher, Mary, 1959.

21 27

Blue Hills Synagogue Sisterhood (may contain: Wolinsky, Rebecca), 1953.

21 28

Blueford, Horace, 1946.

21 29

Blum, Albert A., 1948.

21 30

Blum, Evelyn (may contain: American Committee for Cultural Freedom), 1952-1956, undated.

21 31

Blum, Leon, 1933-1934.

21 32

Blumer, Herbert (may contain: American Journal of Sociology , American Library Association), 1942-1979.

21 33

Blustein, Allan, Rabbai (may contain: United States Army), 1963.

21 34

Bnai Brith Hillel Foundation (may contain: Zuckerman, Arthur), 1958.

21 35

Boardman, Helen, undated.

21 36

Boas, Franz (may contain: Columbia University), 1937.

21 37

Boates, Reid (may contain: Doubleday Publishing), 1978.

21 38

Bobbs Merrill Company (may contain: Haydn, Hiram), 1951-1952.

21 39

Bock, Hal (may contain: Associated Press), 1977, undated.

21 40

Bode, Carl (may contain: Evening Sun , Mencken Society , University of Maryland), 1964-1979, undated.

21 41

Bodenheim, Maxwell, 1943.

21 42

Boehm, Richard, 1969.

21 43

Bogardus, Ralph (may contain: University of Alabama), 1977-1978, undated.

21 44

Bogdansky, Herman, 1948.

21 45

Bogsworth, Mr., 1966.

21 46

Boharty, Ken, 1974, undated.

21 47

Bohlmann, Murray, 1975.

21 48

Bohrer, Frank, undated.

21 49

Bohslansky, Heshie, 1935.

21 50

Bojarski, Edmund, 1960-1968, undated.

21 51-52

Bojarski, Henry T. (may contain: Time), 1963.

21 53

Bok, Curtis, 1949.

21 54

Boland, George A., 1978.

21 55

Bolger, William, 1956.

21 56

Bolomey, Pierre (may contain: Congress pour la Liberte de la Culture), 1956.

21 57

Boloney, Patrick Timothy (James T. Farrell pseudonym), undated.

21 58

Bolster, Evelyn, 1942-1959.

21 59

Bolten, Dorothy (may contain: Skidmore College), 1937.

21 60

Bolten, Joseph S. G. (may contain: Skidmore College), 1937.

21 61

Bolton, Whitney (may contain: Literary Digest , Henle, Jim), 1937.

21 62

Bompiani, 1964-1965.

22 1

Bond, Alice, 1950.

22 2

Bondy, Francois (may contain: Congress for Cultural Freedom), 1952-1953.

22 3

Bondy, Margaret, 1952.

22 4

Bone, Homer Truett, Senator (may contain: United States Congress), 1940-1965.

22 5

Boni and Gaer Inc., Publishers, 1947.

22 6

Bonini, Gene, 1979.

22 7

Bontecou, Frederic, 1949.

22 8

Book Find Club, 1946.

22 9

Book Lottery, undated.

22 10

Book of the Month Club, 1937-1960.

22 11

Bookery, 1974.

22 12

Bookman (may contain: Brande, Dorothea , Whitall, James), 1929-1930.

22 13

Books and Bookmen, 1959.

22 14

Bookviews (may contain: Barbato, Joseph), 1978.

22 15

Booth, Audrey June (may contain: University of Minnesota), 1952.

22 16

Borah, William E., undated (before 1947).

22 17

Boratynski, Eleanor, 1951.

22 18

Borden, Gail (may contain: Chicago Daily Times), 1936-1937, undated (before 1947).

22 19

Bordewieck, Virginia Louise, 1966-1967.

22 20

Borghese, Steno, 1955.

22 21

Borghi, Lamberto, 1947-1952.

22 22

Borgi, Augie (may contain: The News (New York)), 1977.

22 23

Borgmeier, Eleanor Ruth, 1927-1931, undated (before 1947).

22 24

Borkenau, Franz, 1949.

22 25

Boroff, David (may contain: New York University), 1964-1967.

22 26

Borowik, Ann, 1962.

22 27

Bosha, Francis J. (may contain: Marquette University), 1977.

22 28

Boston American, 1959.

22 29

Boston College (may contain: Sweeney, Francis), 1964-1965.

22 30

Boston Globe (may contain: Kenny, Herbert , Taylor, Robert), 1960-1968.

22 31

Boston Herald (may contain: Duhamel, Al), 1966.

22 32

Boston Labor Committee to Combat Intolerance (may contain: Parker, Rose), 1950.

22 33

Boston Latin School, 1970.

22 34

Boston Record, 1960.

22 35

Boston Red Sox (may contain: Yawkey, Thomas), 1957.

22 36

Bott, August A., 1976.

22 37

Boucher, Pam, 1967-1978.

22 38

Bould, Verna, 1932.

22 39

Boulton, James Elroy, 1943.

22 40

Bouras, Harry, 1974-1979, undated.

22 41

Bourgeeois, Mrs., 1964.

22 42

Bourjaily, Vance Nye, 1958.

22 43

Bourne, Edna White, undated.

22 44

Bournstein, Mike, 1968.

22 45

Bowdoin College, 1949-1950.

22 46

Bowerman, Miss, 1959.

22 47

Bowers, Florence, 1942-1943.

22 48

Bowers, John, 1965-1966.

22 49

Bowers, Mary E. (may contain: Breetveld, Jim), 1963.

22 50

Bowles, Chester, 1956-1961.

22 51

Bowling Green State University, 1974.

22 52

Bowman, Le Roy (may contain: Henle, Jim), 1937.

22 53

Bowron, Barney (may contain: University of Minnesota), 1954.

22 54

Boyce, Thomas (may contain: Marietta College , Saint John's Queens Hospital), 1950-1963.

22 55

Boyd, Ernest (may contain: Henle, Jim), 1937.

22 56

Boyd, Julian P. (may contain: Princeton University), 1942-1944.

22 57

Boyd, Madeleine, 1950-1951, undated (before 1947).

22 58

Boyd, Tracy, 1973.

22 59

Boyde, Enid, 1950.

22 60

Boydick, Stanley L., 1945.

22 61

Boydstrom, Jo Ann, 1979.

22 62

Boyle, Kay, (may contain: University of Delaware), 1931-1976.

22 63-64

Boyle, Robert P. (may contain: University of Minnesota), 1952.

22 65

Boyle, Stuart, 1938.

22 66

Boynton, Percy Holmes (may contain: University of Chicago), 1939.

22 67

Boys' Athletic League Inc. (may contain: Kauth, Willard), 1958.

22 68

Boytha, Dr., 1973.

22 69

Bracher, Milton, 1963.

23 1

Brackman, (Mr.), 1965.

23 2

Bradford, Margaret M., 1935, undated (before 1947).

23 3

Bradley, Barclay, 1967.

23 4

Bradley, Gene, 1955.

23 5

Bradley, General, 1965-1967.

23 6

Bradley, Hugh (may contain: New York Post), 1937-1964, undated.

23 7

Bradley, Jennifer, Jenny was JTF's European manager, 1939-1979, undated.

23 8-14

Bradley, Phillips (may contain: Amherst College), 1937.

23 15

Bradley, Sculley (may contain: University of Pennsylvania , General Magazine and Historical Chronicle), 1948-1969, undated.

23

24

16-24

1-10

Bradley University (may contain: Abegg, Martin , Connor, David , McInerney, Dennis), 1975-1979.

24 11

Bradley, Van Allen (may contain: Chicago Daily News), 1949-1970, undated.

24

25

12-16

1-3

Bradley, William A, (Mrs.), 1947-1949.

25 4

Brady, Alirena Kenny, 1974-1977.

25 5

Brady, John (may contain: Kings College), 1963.

25 6

Brady, Leslie, 1950-1963.

25 7

Brady, Robert J., 1958.

25 8

Braglioli, G., 1964.

25 9

Brakeman, Harold Robert, 1951-1968, undated.

25 10

Branch, Edgar Marquess, (may contain: Miami University (Ohio)), 1948-1980, undated.

25

26

27

28

29

11-23

1-17

1-16

1-19

1-9

Branch, Edgar Marquess, research materials and publications(may contain: Miami University (Ohio)), 1933-1979, undated.

29 10-11

Brandeis University, 1950-1962.

30 1

Brandt, Mrs., 1973.

30 2

Brandt, Willy, 1965-1978.

30 3

Brant, Alfred, 1955.

30 4

Brauchbar, Edmund, 1945.

30 5

Braude, Ben B., 1976.

30 6

Braude, J. M. (may contain: Municipal court of Chicago), 1937.

30 7

Braude, Michael, undated.

30 8

Braudstadter, Laura, 1960.

30 9

Braun, Leon, 1947.

30 10

Brawn, Peter, 1971.

30 11

Breen, C., undated.

30 12

Breepminof, S.P. (may contain: Henle, Jim , University of Chicago), 1937.

30 13

Breetveld, Jim (may contain: United Press International), 1963.

30 14

Breit, Harvey (may contain: New York Times Book Review), 1954-1956.

30 15

Brennan, Joseph G. (may contain: Barnard College), 1969.

30 16

Brennan, Joseph X., 1978.

30 17

Brennan, Madeline, 1942-1943.

30 18

Brennan, Tom, 1944.

30 19

Brenner, Anita (may contain: Editorial Albatros), 1943-1946, undated.

30 20

Brenner, Leah, 1942-1953, undated.

30 21

Brenson, Theodore, 1953.

30 22

Brent, Alice, 1962, undated.

30 23

Brent, Robert, 1944.

30 24

Brentano's Book Seller, 1942-1960.

30 25

Breshnahan, Robert (may contain: Pathfinder Press), 1977.

30 26

Breslin, Jimmy, 1960.

30 27

Brett, Wyckoff, Potter, Hamilton, Inc. Real Estate, 1947-1948, undated.

30 28

Breuer, Joseph (may contain: Henle, Jim , Olivet College), 1932-1937.

30 29

Briarcliff Quarterly, 1945-1947, undated.

30 30

Bridge, Charles S., 1958.

30 31

Bridgeport Post, 1960-1962.

30 32

Bridgewater, George, 1955.

30 33

Bridgman, Phil, 1970.

30 34

Brignall, Hester, 1977.

30 35

Brill, A.A. (Abraham Arden), 1947.

30 36

Brinkley, Samuel B., 1952.

30 37

Brinkman, Adam, 1948-1967, undated.

30 38

Brinkman, Herman, 1962.

30 39

Brinkman, John (may contain: University of Chicago), 1948-1969.

30 40

Briones, Julian Romera, 1957.

30 41

Briscoe, Orah Cole, 1955.

30 42

Briscoe, Robert, 1957.

30 43

Brisson, Pierre, undated.

30 44

Bristol Newspaper Printing Company, undated.

30 45

British Broadcasting Corporation, 1938-1944.

30 46

British Information Services, 1943.

30 47

British Overseas Airways Corporation, 1956-1958, undated.

30 48

Britt, George, 1937.

30 49

Britton, Barbara, 1977-1979.

30 50

Britton, F. W., undated.

30 51

Britton, Lindsey, undated.

30 52

Brock, R. V., 1953.

30 53

Brockway, Fenner (may contain: Independent Labor Party (Great Britain)), 1938.

30 54

Broda, Mike, 1955-1958.

30 55

[Brodsky], 1971.

30 56

Brodsky, George, 1932.

30 57

Broeg, Bob, "We Saw Stars" (may contain: St. Louis post-dispatch), 1976-1979.

30 58

Brogden, Elanor, 1946.

30 59

Bromley, Dorothy Dunbar, 1937-1956.

30 60

Brook, Joseph B., 1952-1953.

30 61

Brookings Institution, 1967.

30 62

Brooklyn College, 1940-1965.

30 63

Brooklyn Council Pioneer Women (may contain: Bloom, Ida), 1956.

30 64

Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 1951-1953.

30 65

Brooklyn Dodgers (may contain: Patterson, Red , Lee, Scott), 1955-1958.

30 66

Brooklyn Public Library, 1946-1962.

30 67

Brooklyn Technical High School, 1965.

30 68

Brooks, E. Bartlett, 1957.

30 69

Brooks, Eleanor Waters, 1955.

31 1

Brooks, Harry W., 1965.

31 2

Brooks, Marshall (may contain: Dublin Herald), 1972-1979, undated.

31 3-4

Brooks, Tom, 1952-1978.

31 5

Brooks, Van Wyck, 1939-1963, undated.

31 6-10

Brookshire, Majorie (may contain: San Diego State College), 1959.

31 11

Brophy, M. L. (may contain: Mundelein College), 1954-1955.

31 12

Brosnan, Jim, 1962-1963.

31 13

Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen (may contain: Luna, Charles), 1964.

31 14

Brotherhood of Sleepingcar Porters, 1948-1956.

31 15

Brount, V. L., 1952.

31 16

Brovold, Verna, 1952.

31 17

Brown, Bill (may contain: New Masses), undated (before 1947).

31 18

Brown, E.K. (may contain: Cornell University), 1942-1947.

31 19

Brown, Edmund G., 1969.

31 20

Brown, Evelyne, 1956.

31 21

Brown, Irving (may contain: Brown, Lillie (Lily) , American Federation of Labor), 1950-1972.

31 22-23

Brown, James V., 1948.

31 24

Brown, John Mason, 1959.

31 25

Brown, Lee, 1974.

31 26

Brown, Lillie (may contain: Brown, Irving), 1949-1978.

31 27

Brown, Manatine, 1952.

31 28

Brown, Marge, 1974.

31 29

Brown, Mary L. T., 1972-1973, undated.

31 30

Brown, Mr., 1959.

31 31

Brown, Phillip, 1938-1942.

31 32

Brown, Robert, 1931-1979, undated.

31 33-34

Brown, Spencer, 1955-19777.

32 1

Brown, Sterling, 1935-1977.

32 2

Brown University (may contain: Parker, Richard), 1964.

32 3

Browne, Lewis, 1942-1946.

32 4

Browning, Mr., 1964.

32 5

Browning School, 1949-1954, undated.

32 6

Broyard, Anatole, 1978.

32 7

Bruccoli, Matthew, 1965-1979, undated.

32 8-11

Bruce Humphries Publishers, 1965.

32 12

Bruen, Robert, 1967.

32 13

Brumberg, Abraham (may contain: Problems of Communism Committee , United States Information Agency), 1958.

32 14

Brumm, John M. (may contain: Brumm, Dorothy), 1949-1954.

32 15

Brundage, Slim (may contain: College of complexes), 1958-1969, undated.

32 16

Bruns, Elsa de, undated.

32 17

Brustein, Robert Sanford, 1960-1965.

32 18

Bruycker, Hillaire de, 1957, undated.

32 19

Bruzzone, Alberto (may contain: Bruzzone, Pamela), 1955-1958.

32 20

Bruzzone, Pamela, 1953-1954.

32 21

Bryan, Jim, 1961-1966.

32 22

Bryan, Richard, 1957.

32 23

Bryans, James A., undated.

32 24

Bryant, Jos. M., 1955.

32 25

BSA Sound Seminars, 1968.

32 26

Buber, Martin, 1962.

32 27

Bucher, Pam, 1960-1978.

32 28

Buchet-Chastel (may contain: Buchet, Guy), 1964.

32 29

Buchman, Mr. (may contain: Stern and Rubens), 1955.

32 30

Buchwald, Art, 1970.

32 31

Buck, Pearl S., 1935-1971.

32 32-34

Buckley, Gene, 1955-1969.

33 1

Buckley, Genevieve (may contain: Buckley, Amos), 1955, undated.

33 2

Buckley, William F., 1951-1978.

33 3-4

Buell, William, 1944.

33 5

Buesser, Hans, 1951.

33 6

Buffalo Evening News, 1960-1965.

33 7-8

Buffalo University, 1962.

33 9

Bufkin, E.C. (may contain: University of Georgia), 1969.

33 10

Buler, Bob, 1979.

33 11

Bulletin of Art Therapy (may contain: Ulman, Elinor), 1961.

33 12

Bulwark (may contain: Brown, Mr.), 1959.

33 13

Bump, Donald, 1949.

33 14

Bumpas, Martha, 1959-1967, undated.

33 15-17

Bundy, McGeorge, John Dewey (may contain: Harvard University), 1956-1978.

33 18

Bunk, Bill, 1975.

33 19

Bunker, Robert M. (may contain: United States Department of the Interior), 1949.

33 20

Buran, Elizabeth, [Manny], 1960.

33 21

Burden, Carter (may contain: Council of City Hall New York), 1968-1974.

33 22

Bureau hongrois pour la protection des depits d'auteur, Hungarian office of copyright protection, Budapest, 1973.

33 23

Burger, Maurice, 1936.

33 24

Burgess, Ernest Watson (may contain: American Library Association , University of Chicago), 1937-1944.

33 25

Burgum, Edwin Berry, undated.

33 26

Burke, James Wakefield (may contain: University of Chicago), 1944-1978, undated.

33 27

Burke, Kenneth, 1937-1971, undated.

33 28-29

Burke, Wake, 1978.

33 30

Burnham, James (may contain: Symposium Press), 1933-1964, undated.

33 31

Burnham, Phillip (may contain: Commonweal), 1941-1955.

33 32

Burns, Eveline M., suppression of "A World I Never Made" (may contain: Columbia University), 1937.

33 33

Burns, James MacGregor (may contain: Williams College), 1963-1966.

33 34

Burns, Wayne (may contain: University of Washington), 1951-1952, undated.

33 35

Burr, Clarence E., 1960.

33 36

Burr, Ronald (may contain: American Spectator), 1977.

33 37

Burtt, Edwin A. (may contain: Cornell University , Lindley, Samuel E.), 1941-1979, undated.

33 38-39

Bus, Lloyd, undated.

34 1

Busch, Niven, 1961-1963.

34 2

Büsser, Hans Joachim, 1950-1951.

34 3

Butcher, Fanny (may contain: Chicago Tribune), 1950-1965, undated.

34 4

Butcher, Myrtle, 1952-1953.

34 5

Butensky, Seymore, undated.

34 6

Buthod, Suzanne, 1947.

34 7

Butler, Margaret, 1951-1957.

34 8

Butler, Robert James (may contain: Canisus College), 1968-1979, undated.

34 9

Butt, Gilliam, and Mc Vay Inc., 1938, undated.

34 10

Butterfield, Herbert, 1964-1966.

34 11

Buttery, Verna A., undated.

34 12

Buttinger, Louis, 1947.

34 13

Buttitta, Anthony, 1946.

34 14

[Byan, Jim], 1962.

34 15

Byer, Alexander, 1934.

34 16

Byer, Sam (may contain: Mason and Byer), 1960.

34 17

Byers, Dave, 1974.

34 18

Byers, Mary, 1937.

34 19

Byrd, Richard, 1950-1960.

34 20

Byrne, Alice Hill, 1948.

34 21

Byrne, Jane, Mayor of Chicago, 1979.

34 22

Byrnes, R. A., 1965.

34 23

Cadeau, Alcie, 1979.

34 24

Cagney, James, 1936.

34 25

Cahn, Julius, 1968.

34 26

Cain, Galen (may contain: University of Minnesota , League for Democratic Socialism), 1949.

34 27

Cain, Isabel, 1947.

34 28

Cain, James M. (may contain: Twentieth Century Fox Film Corp.), 1943-1959.

34 29

Cain, Mr., 1977.

34 30

Calabria, Frank M. (may contain: Union College), 1973.

34 31

Calaon, Don Cirilo, 1952-1953, undated.

34 32

Calder, John, 1954.

34 33

Caldwell, Erskine, 1947-1948.

34 34

Calem, Dr., 1976.

34 35

Calhoun, Mary Grace, 1951.

34 36

California State College (Pennsylvania), 1968-1969.

34 37

California State University, Long Beach, 1978.

34 38

Call, "America's dynamic labor and socialist weekly" (may contain: Fleischman, Harry , Singer, Herman , Tyler, August), 1937-1961.

34 39-41

Call Association Inc. (may contain: Call , Singer, Herman), 1955-1961.

34 42

Callaghan, Barry, 1968-1971, undated.

34 43

Callaghan, Morley, 1963-1979.

34 44

Callahan, Daniel, 1965-1966.

34 45

[Callin, Sigmund], 1964.

34 46

Calwell, Arthur Augustus, 1956.

34 47

Cambridge News, 1964.

34 48

Cambridge School, 1964.

34 49

Camerarts Publishing Company (may contain: Neimark, Paul G.), 1957-1959.

34 50

Cameron, D. K., 1959-1964.

34 51-52

Cameron, Estelle, 1952.

34 53

Cameron, May (may contain: New York Post , Henle, Jim), 1937.

34 54

Campbell, James (may contain: Miami University (Ohio) , Branch, Edgar), 1957.

35 1

Campbell, Jerome, 1944-1945, undated.

35 2

Campbell, (Mr, Professor), 1962-1965.

35 3

Campbell, Sue, 1955.

35 4

Campus Kutcher Civil Rights Commission (may contain: University of Chicago), 1949.

35 5

Camus, Albert, undated.

35 6

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, 1955-1976.

35 7

Canadian Forum (may contain: Crighton, Allan , Dewar, John), 1940-1958.

35 8

Canby, Henry (may contain: National Institute of Arts and Letters , Saturday Review of Literature , American Committee for Refuge Scholars, Writers, and Artists), 1941-1946, undated.

35 9

Candler, Henry E., 1953.

35 10

Canfield, Cass (may contain: Harper and Brothers), 1939-1967.

35 11

Canham, Erwin D. (may contain: Christian Science Montior), 1953.

35 12

Cantwell, Robert (may contain: Sports Illustrated), 1971-1977.

35 13

Canty, Gertrude, 1972.

35 14

Captial Airlines, 1958.

35 15

Capote, Truman, 1961-1968.

35 16

Cappon, Alexander (may contain: University of Kansas City Review), 1955-1957.

35 17

Capra Press, 1978.

35 18

Caputo, Carmelo, 1944.

35 19

Caputo, Rose, attorney, 1961-1967.

35 20

Carberry, Sean, 1976.

35 21

Carey, Glenn O. (may contain: Eastern Kentucky University), 1978-1979.

35 22

Carey, James T., 1979.

35 23

Carey, Lewis, 1935.

35 24

Cargill, Oscar (may contain: New York University), 1951-1966.

35 25-26

Cargoes (may contain: Kreuter, Martimer), undated (before 1947).

35 27

Carleton Miscellany (Carleton College) (may contain: Larsen, Erling), 1964-1967.

35 28

Carliner, Lewis (may contain: United Automobile, Aircraft, Agricultural Implement Works of America (UAW-CIO)), 1947-1972.

35 29-33

Carlson, Albert J., 1973-1974.

35 34

Carlson, Grace (may contain: Socialist Workers Party), 1942-1946.

35 35

Carlson, Oliver, 1951.

35 36

Carlson, Roy, 1965.

35 37

Carmichael, Dr., 1947.

35 38

Carmichael, Joel, 1977.

35 39

Carmichael, John (may contain: Chicago Daily News), 1967-1978.

35 40

Carmichael, William Edward, 1959.

35 41

Carmon, Walt, 1934-1946, undated.

35 42

Carnegie Fund for Authors (may contain: Rothenberg, William L.), 1962-1967.

35 43

Carnegie-Mellon University (may contain: Eastman, Arthur), 1969.

35 44

Carney, Jane, 1977-1978.

35 45

Carnovsky, Leon (may contain: University of Chicago), 1954.

35 46

Carnovsky, Marian Satterthwaite (may contain: Henle, Jim), 1942.

35 47

Caro, Mrs., 1964.

35 48

Caron, Arthur (A.Z.), 1943.

35 49

Caron, Bertha (may contain: Caron, Arthur), 1944-1979, undated.

35 50-52

Caron, Dorothy Shoemaker, 1956-1957, undated.

35 53

Caron, Joel, 1949, undated.

35 54

Caron, Menard, 1927-1958, undated.

35 55

Caron, Paul, 1954.

36 1

Caron, Paul V. (may contain: Sullivan, James), 1925-1930, undated.

36 2-5

Carr, Edward (may contain: University of Richmond), 1963.

36 6

Carr, Virginia Spencer, 1977-1978.

36 7

Carrasco Gana, Francisco E., 1956.

36 8

Carrasquel, Alfonso, 1957, undated.

36 9

Carreras (may contain: Barons, Edward), 1949.

36 10

Carroll, Bregid, 1977.

36 11

Carroll, Gary, 1965.

36 12

Carroll, Paul (may contain: University of Illinois at Chicago Circle), 1960-1979.

36 13

Carroll, William H., 1954-1955.

36 14

Carruth, Gorton (may contain: Thomas Y. Croweel Company), 1961-1969.

36 15-17

Carruth, Hayden, 1969-1977.

36 18

Carter, Carolyn, undated.

36 19

Carter, James E. (Jimmy), President of the United States, 1977-1978.

36 20

Carter, Randolf (may contain: Dramatists Guild), 1939-1979, undated.

36 21

Carter, Richard, 1954.

36 22

Cartright, James, 1949-1950.

36 23

Carvalho, Fernanda de (may contain: Australian National University), 1956.

36 24

Carver, David (may contain: International P.E.N. club), 1952-1957, undated.

36 25

Carver, Ronald, 1950.

36 26

Casa de Manana (may contain: Charlston, M.A.), undated.

36 27

Casals, Pablo, 1953-1958, undated.

36 28

Casanova (may contain: Schwartz, H.W.), 1936-1937.

36 29

Case, Ms., 1963.

36 30

Casey, Daniel J. (may contain: State University College (Oneonta, New York)), 1973.

36 31

Casey, Morgan, 1965.

36 32

Casey, Phil, 1970.

36 33

Casey, Richard G. (may contain: Australian Parliament), 1956-1974.

36 34

Casey, Richard J., 1948.

36 35

Cassidy, Bruce, 1960-1963.

36 36

Cassill, R.V., 1948.

36 37

Casson, Jean, 1959-1963.

36 38

Catalyst, 1976.

36 39

Cater, Douglas, 1965-1968.

37 1

Cathelin, Jean, 1954-1962.

37 2-6

Catholic Actors Guild of America (may contain: Ritchard, Cyril), 1970.

37 7

Catholic Digest, 1958.

37 8

Catholic Messenger, 1963.

37 9

Catholic News Service, 1954-1964.

37 10

Catholic Times, 1961.

37 11

Catholic Worker (may contain: Hennacy, Ammon), 1954.

37 12

Catledge, Turner (may contain: Sulzberger), 1956.

37 13

Caufield, Catherine (Cass), 1965-1968.

37 14

Cavalier Magazine (may contain: Lord, Sterling , Curran, Bob), 1958, undated.

37 15

Cavanaugh, [Inez], 1954, undated.

37 16

Cavanaugh's (may contain: Kruter, Dave), 1963.

37 17

Cavaretta, Phil, 1976-1979.

37 18

Cavett, Dick (may contain: Dick Cavett Show), 1971.

37 19

Cayo, Pat, 1948-1953, undated.

37 20

Cazes, Albert, 1951-1954, undated.

37 21

Cebulash, Mel, "The 1000 point pro sports quiz book: baseball", 1961-1980, undated.

37 22-23

Celano, Gene, undated.

37 24

Celler, Emanuel, Representative (may contain: United States Congress), 1952-1971, undated.

37

38

25-29

1-4

Cellineri, Lewis E., 1968.

38 5

Center Cylinder Service, 1947.

38 6

Center for Dewey Studies (may contain: Dewey Newsletter , Boydston, Jo Ann), 1968-1979.

38 7

Center for Educational Productions Inc., 1978.

38 8

Central Labor Council (New York, New York) (may contain: Genn, S.), 1966.

38 9

Centre College, Danville, Kentucky, 1967.

38 10

Centre Georges Pompidou (may contain: Bordaz, Robert), 1977, undated.

38 11

Centro Studie Scambi Internazionali, undated.

38 12

Century Operating Corp., 1974.

38 13

Cerf, Bennett (may contain: Random House), 1934-1965.

38 14-16

Cerone, Rick, 1978.

38 17

Chadwyck-Healey, Mr., 1977.

38 18

Chamberlain, John (may contain: Saturday Review of Literature , Fortune), 1933-1977.

38 19

Chamberlain, William Henry, 1943-1946, undated.

38 20

Chambers, Whittaker, 1954.

38 21

Chamson, Ministere, 1949.

38 22

Chandler and Sharp Publishers, 1974.

38 23

Chane, Richard, 1960.

38 24

Chanis, Maurice, 1960.

38 25

Chapelbrook Foundation (may contain: Mansfield, Harry), 1959-1970.

38 26

Chapin, Dwight, 1958.

38 27

Chapman, Phillip, 1960.

38 28

Charles E. Tuttle Company, 1960.

38 29

Charles Scribner's Sons (may contain: Brague, L. Harry , Mitchell, Burroughs , Weber, William C. , Crichton, K.S.), 1932-1975, undated.

38 30

Charles, Jerome J., 1974.

38 31

Charleston Gazette, 1958.

38 32

Charlotte Observer, 1960.

38 33

Chas. Hallberg and Company Publishers, undated.

38 34

Chase, David Boyd (may contain: J.K. Lasser and Company), 1950.

38 35

Chase, Gilman, 1946.

38 36

Chase Manhattan Bank, 1964-1976, undated.

38 37

Chase, Richard Volney, 1959-1960.

38 38

Chase, William, 1955.

38 39

Chattanooga News (may contain: Milton, George F., Hasden, Wesley), 1935-1979.

38 40

Chatterji, N., 1957.

38 41

Chaudhuri, Mr., 1959.

38 42

Chavy, Diana, 1959.

38 43

Cheever, John, 1977, undated.

38 44

Chellman, John, 1947.

38 45

Chelsea Hotel, 1951-1955, undated.

38 46

Chemical Bank, 1960.

38 47

Chemical Workers Union (may contain: Edwards, Bob), 1949.

38 48

Cheney, Coleman B. (may contain: Skidmore College), 1937-1948.

38 49

Cherne, Leo (may contain: International Rescue Committee), 1953-1978, undated.

38 50

Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad Company, 1947.

38 51

Chevalier, Louis, 1968-1977, undated.

38 52

Chevasson, Louis, 1934.

38 53

Chez la Nouvelle Revue Francaise, 1932.

38 54

Chiaromonte, Nicola, 1944-1955.

38 55

Chicago (City of), Department of Finance, city council, 1940-1961, undated.

39 1

Chicago (publication) (may contain: English, Maurice , Whitney, Alan), 1954-1966, undated.

39 2

Chicago Celtic Cultural Council (may contain: Corrigan, John), 1975-1976.

39 3

Chicago Cubs (may contain: Rowland, Clarence), 1955-1977.

39 4

Chicago Daily News (may contain: North, Sterling), 1934-1969, undated.

39 5-8

Chicago Daily Tribune, 1945-1971, undated.

39 9-11

Chicago Herald American, 1960-1962.

39 12

Chicago Journal, undated.

39 13

Chicago Junior Association of Commerced Industry, 1961.

39 14

Chicago Literary Times (may contain: Nash, Jay R.), 1963-1966, undated.

39 15

Chicago Mayor's Commission for Senior Citizens, 1961.

39 16

Chicago Municipal Reference Library, 1944.

39 17

Chicago National Bank, 1962.

39 18

Chicago News Digest, 1963.

39 19

Chicago Newspaper Guild, 1939.

39 20

Chicago Omnibus (may contain: Nash, Jay R.), 1967.

39 21

Chicago Public Library, 1971.

39 22

Chicago Review (may contain: Zinn, Mary), 1946-1947.

39 23

Chicago, Rock Island, and Pacific Railway Company, 1956.

39 24

Chicago Sun-Times, 1945-1975, undated.

39

40

1-2

25-27

Chicago Tribune (may contain: Ames, Alfred , Blades, John , Babcock, Frederic , Condon, Dave , Voice of the People), 1931-1983, undated.

40 3-5

Chicago White Sox (may contain: Hemond, Roland A. , Ed Short), 1957-1977.

40 6

Chiffriller, Mary B. (may contain: Stewart, Gretchen , City University of New York), 1969.

40 7

Childers, Erskine, president of Ireland, 1974.

40 8

Childs, John L. (may contain: Columbia University), 1948.

40 9

Childs, Leslie, 1965.

40 10

Childs, Marquis William (may contain: St. Louis Dispatch , Washington Calling), 1937-1950.

40 11

Chin, Tsai (Tsia), 1961-1969.

40 12-15

Chipman, Norris B., American ambassador, 1949-1952.

40 16

Choate, Edward, 1938-1939, undated.

40 17

Choh, Tony, 1958.

40 18

Choice Magazine Listening, 1964.

40 19

Chokshi, [Malori], 1963.

40 20

Chokshi, Malvika (may contain: Hacker, Louis), 1959.

40 21

Christesen, Clement Bryne (may contain: Meanjin), 1962-1970, undated.

40 22-24

Christian Century, 1976.

40 25

Christian Children's Fund Inc., 1952.

40 26

Christian Democratic Union of Central Europhe, 1955-1956.

40 27

Christian Science Monitor, 1949-1960.

40 28

Christiansens, Chris (may contain: Christiansens, Phillis), 1952.

40 29

Christine, 1960.

40 30

Christopher Columbus High School, 1967.

40 31

Chrysalis Review (may contain: Hermann, John P.), 1960-1963.

40 32

Chrysler Corporation, 1964.

41 1

Chujoy, Anatole, undated.

41 2

Church Peace Union, 1957-1958.

41 3

Churchill, Allen, 1964-1965.

41 4

Churchill, Michael, 1963-1966.

41 5

Churchill, R.C., 1965.

41 6

Churchill, Winston, 1956.

41 7

Chute, B.J. (Beatrice Joy), 1963, undated.

41 8

Chute, Marchette, 1962-1976, undated.

41 9

Ciardi, John, 1962.

41 10

Cicottee, Edward Jr., 1969.

41 11

Cilga, Ante, 1949-1952.

41 12

Cincinnati Post (may contain: Feldman, James), 1957.

41 13

Cincinnati Redlegs, 1958.

41 14

Cirino, Linda D., 1974, undated.

41 15

Cish, Sally, undated.

41 16

Cist, William Bare, 1954.

41 17

Citizens Committee for Justice for Farah Workers (may contain: Nelson, Gaylord), 1972, undated.

41 18

Citizens Committee for Peace with Freedom in Vietnam, 1967-1970.

41 19

Citizens Committee for the Re-election of Robert F. Wagner, 1957.

41 20

Citizens Committee to support the GE Strikers (may contain: Rustin, Bayard), 1970.

41 21

Citizens for Goldberg Paterson, undated.

41 22

City College of New York, 1939-1976.

41 23

City Lights Books (may contain: Martin, Peter), 1952.

41 24

City Pattern Shop Inc. (may contain: Brakeman, Bob), 1954.

41 25

Civil Rights Defense Committee (may contain: Novack, George Edward), 1941-1949, undated.

41 26-30

Claiborne, Sybil, 1977.

41 31

Clair, Jerome (Jerry), 1923-1925.

41 32

Claire, William F. (Bill), 1969-1970, undated.

41 33

Clairmonte, Glenn, 1956.

41 34

Clancey, Elizabeth, 1957.

41 35

Clann na Poblachta, Irish political party, 1947-1948.

41 36

Clapp, Norman M., United States Senate Committee on Finance (may contain: Lang, John L), 1942.

41 37

Clara, Bennet, 1969.

41 38

Claremont Men's College (may contain: Smith, Gregory), 1962.

41 39

Clark, Axton, 1941.

41 40

Clark, Charles Upson, 1945, undated.

41 41

Clark, Charlotte, 1947-1948.

41 42

Clark, Christopher, 1939.

41 43

Clark, Eleanor, 1947.

41 44

Clark, James, 1965.

41 45

Clark, Jay, 1953.

41 46

Clark, Robert, 1950.

41 47

Clark, S.U., 1945.

41 48

Clarke, Austin, 1966.

41 49

Clarke, Doris, 1957.

41 50

Clarke, Mark , Father Mark Clarke, Peter Clarke, 1950-1967, undated.

42 1-3

Clarke, Norman, 1943.

42 4

Clasky, Ed, 1916.

42 5

Claybourne, John, 1961.

42 6

Cleland, Hugh, 1948.

42 7

Clemens, Cyril (may contain: Mark Twain Journal , International Mark Twain Society), 1930-1977.

42 8

Clemens, Eugene, 1966.

42 9

Clements, Mr., 1966.

42 10

Clemes, Gene, undated.

42 11

Clemson University (may contain: Idol, John L.), 1978.

42 12

Cleveland Indians (may contain: Lane, Frank C), 1958.

42 13

Cleveland Press (may contain: Price, Emerson), 1945-1946.

42 14

Clifford, James T., 1977.

42 15

Clifford, Mr., 1964.

42 16

Clifford, Willard O. (may contain: Bertman, J.), 1960.

42 17

Clinesmith, Bruce, 1952.

42 18

Clinesmith, J., 1952.

42 19

Close, Robert S., undated.

42 20

Cloud, Carrick Carriger, 1948.

42 21

Club Program Service (may contain: Jackson, Miriam , Hoptner, Esther), 1957.

42 22

Clucas, Lowell M., United States Mission to the United Nations, 1952.

42 23

Clurman, Harold (may contain: Alden, Hortense), 1938.

42 24

Coakley, James, 1978.

42 25

Coalition for a Domocratic Majority (may contain: Kemble, Penn , Wattenberg, Ben J.), 1972-1973.

42 26

Cochran, Thomas C. (may contain: New York University , Vanguard Press), 1937.

42 27

Cochrane, Eugenie, 1963.

42 28

Cockcroft, James, 1979.

42 29

Cody, Joseph, 1940-1978.

42 30

Cody, Michael Joseph (may contain: Cody, Allicia), 1928-1929.

42 31

Coeville, Helen, 1953.

42 32

Coffey, John, undated.

42 33

Coffey, Roderic, 1942-1950.

42 34

Coffin, Mardon, 1947.

42 35

Coffin, Peggy, 1954, undated.

42 36

Cogley, John, 1951-1963.

42 37

Cohen, Aaron, 1975.

42 38

Cohen, Benjamin V., 1950-1977.

42 39

Cohen, Connie, 1952-1958.

42 40

Cohen, Edward M., 1950-1951.

42 41

Cohen, Harold B., 1947.

42 42

Cohen, Hirsh, 1966-1978.

42 43

Cohen, Isidor, 1943-1952.

42 44

Cohen, [Josh], unidentified.

42 45

Cohen, Lester, 1947-1961, undated.

42 46

Cohen, Martain (may contain: Target Productions), 1963-1964.

42 47

Cohen, Melvin, 1978.

42 48

Cohen, Mortimer Theodore, 1961-1963.

42 49

Cohen, Mr., 1967.

42 50

Cohen, Revenue Comminir, 1967.

42 51

Cohlan, Sidney Q., 1951-1955.

42 52

Cohn, Julius, 1968.

42 53

Cohn, Maurice M. (may contain: Henry Romeike Inc.), 1964-1965.

42 54

Cohn, Werner, 1942-1949.

42 55

Coindreau, Maurice Edgar (may contain: Princeton University), 1939-1940, undated.

42 56

Cola, Marine Rosanna, 1966.

42 57

Colahan, Gene (may contain: Colahan, Jean), 1938-1943, undated.

42 58

Colahan, Tom, 1955.

42 59

Colbert, Stanley (may contain: Lord and Colbert), 1953-1954, undated.

42 60-61

Colburn, Gladys, 1947-1951, undated.

43 1

Cole, Ch., 1958.

43 2

Cole, Mike (may contain: Belgore, Ellen), 1977-1981.

43 3

Colebrook, Joan, 1969, undated.

43 4

Colegrove, Catherine, 1961.

43 5

Coleman, J.W. (may contain: Palmer House), 1952.

43 6

Coleman, Mc Alister, 1949, undated.

43 7

Coleman, Mr., 1934.

43 8

College Center of the Finger Lakes (may contain: Randels, Lillian), 1968.

43 9

College English (may contain: Miller, James), 1963.

43 10

Collegiate School (may contain: Parkhill, Wilson), 1948-1949.

43 11

Collier Books, 1962-1963.

43 12

Collier, Oscar (may contain: Fleet Publishing , Iconograph), 1947-1979, undated.

43 13-19

Collier's, The National Weekly (may contain: Meany, Tom), 1934-1955.

43 20

Collingwood, Charles, 1964.

43 21

Collins, Bob, 1938-1939, undated (before 1947).

43 22

Collins, Edward (may contain: Collins, Jane), 1967-1979, undated.

43 23-24

Collins, Jane (may contain: Collins, Edward), 1965-1970.

43 25-26

Collins, Joseph (may contain: Henle, Jim), 1937.

44 1

Collins, Sheila, 1963.

44 2

Collis, Robert, 1940.

44 3

Colorado College (may contain: Boyce, Wallace), 1960.

44 4

Colorado Review (may contain: Pell, Jay), 1956.

44 5

Colorado State University, 1967-1968.

44 6

Colp, Tommy (may contain: Colp, Ralph), 1942-1964.

44 7

Colum, Padvaic, 1960.

44 8

Columbia Basin News (may contain: Van Arsdol, Ted), 1958.

44 9

Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc., 1943-1970.

44 10

Columbia College, Chicago, Ill. (may contain: Alexandroffm Mirron , Zonka, Constance), 1974-1979, undated.

44 11

Columbia Grammar School, 1949.

44 12

Columbia Lecture Bureau (may contain: Giesen, Edna), 1949-1952.

44 13

Columbia Pictures Corporation (may contain: Wald, Jerry), 1954.

44 14

Columbia University, 1945-1968, undated.

44 15-16

Columbia University Forum, 1964.

44 17

Columbia University Press, 1949.

44 18

Columbian Rope Company, 1947.

44 19

Column (may contain: Hess, John D.), 1948, undated.

44 20

Colville, Lorraine, 1958.

44 21

Combe, Ivan D. (may contain: Feller, Bob), 1975.

44 22

Comisky, Charles A. (may contain: Chicago White Sox), 1955-1959.

44 23

Comite pour la defense d'Ahmed Ben Bella et des autres victimes de la repression en Algerie, 1965.

44 24

Commentary (may contain: Greenberg, Clement , Cohen, Elliot , Podhoretz,Norman , Diamond, Allan), 1947-1978, undated.

44 25-27

Commission of Inquiry into the effect of discrimination and segregation on the morale and development of negro servicemen (may contain: Dodson, Thurman L.), 1949.

44 28

Committee against Jim Crow in military service and training, 1949-1950, undated.

44 29

Committee for aesthetic realism, 1950, undated.

44 30

Committee for amnesty for all objectors to war and conscription, 1947-1948.

44 31

Committee for artistic freedom, to protest the deportation of John Lennon and Yoko Ono (may contain: Lennon, John , Ono, Yoko , Meyers, Richard), undated.

44 32

Committee for Biafran artists and writers inc. (may contain: Reik, Miriam), 1969.

44 33

Committee for the vindication of Sacco and Vanzetti, 1962-1965.

44 34

Committee for World Democracy, 1950-1951, undated.

44 35

Committee of 100 (may contain: Chalmers, Allan , Fosdick, Harry , Van Doren, Carl), 1948-1964.

44 36

Committee of Correspondence, 1956.

44 37

Committee of one million against the admission of communist china to the united nations, 1955-1964, undated.

44 38

Committee of professional groups for Browder and Ford, 1939.

44 39

Committee on the present danger (may contain: Yale University), 1976-1979, undated.

44 40

Committee to free the five Spanish sailors (may contain: Spanish Refugee Aid), 1957.

44 41

Committee to secure justice for Morten Sobell (may contain: Alman, David , Jacobs, Theodore , Sobell, Helen), 1956-1968, undated.

44 42

Common Sense, 1933-1945, undated.

44 43

Common Wealth (may contain: Taylor, W.J.), 1947.

44 44

Commonweal (may contain: Paulding, C.G. , Skillin, Edward , Burnham, Phillip), 1939-1966.

44 45-46

Commonwealth Club of Adelaide, 1946.

45 1

Commonwealth College (may contain: Koch, Lucien), 1935.

45 2

Commonwealth National Library (Australia), 1956.

45 3

Community Church of New York, 1955.

45 4

Community Course (may contain: Southern Methodist University), 1959.

45 5

Compton, Karl T. (may contain: Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)), 1952-1953.

45 6

Conaway, James, 1973.

45 7

Concert Associates, inc., undated.

45 8

Concip Company, 1948.

45 9

Conde Nast Publications, inc. (may contain: Chapman, Ruth , Penn, Irving), 1947-1948.

45 10

Condon, David (may contain: Chicago Tribune), 1957-1978, undated.

45 11

Condon, Raymond Xavier, undated.

45 12

Conference on the status of Soviet Jews (may contain: King, Martin Luther Jr. , Thomas, Norman , Decter, Moshe), 1964-1967.

45 13

Confray, Mary, 1967.

45 14

Congres pour la liberte de la culture, 1952-1957, undated.

45 15-16

Congress for Cultural Freedom, A lot of interconnection between American Committee for Cultural Freedom as well as Corgres pour la liberte de la culture (may contain: Hook, Sidney , Klugen, Pearl , James, Daniel , Neufeld, Elsie , Bell, Dan , Stein, Sol , ), 1949-1958, undated.

45 17-23

Congress for Cultural Freedom Office of Asian Affairs, 1956, undated.

45 24

Congress of Racial Equality, 1957-1964, undated.

45 25

Congress of Soviet Writers, 1954.

45 26

Conley, Stanley, 1947.

45 27

Conlon, Helen M. (may contain: Australian Committee for Cultural Freedom), 1956, undated.

45 28

Conn, Dick, 1950.

45 29

Connellan, Mary (may contain: Connellan, John), 1956-1957.

45 30

Conners, James T. (Red), 1924-1928.

46 1-3

Connolly, Joe (may contain: University of Pennsylvania), 1976.

46 4

Connolly, Mike, 1960-1965, undated.

46 5-9

Connor, David E., 1979.

46 10

Connor, Edward, 1949.

46 11

Connor, George (may contain: Zagri, Sidney), 1956.

46 12

Connor, John E., undated.

46 13

Connor, Morris, undated.

46 14

Connor, Vin (may contain: University of Minnesota), 1947.

46 15

Connors, C.J., 1953.

46 16

Connors, James, 1968.

46 17

Connors, Kay, 1948-1949, undated.

46 18

Conrad, Gertrude (may contain: Conrad, Fred), 1956-1959.

46 19

Conradiana (may contain: University of Maryland , Bojarski, Ed), 1967-1970, undated.

46 20

Conroy, Jack, 1964-1970.

46 21

Conservative magazine (may contain: Waddington, William H.), 1964.

46 22

Considine, Bob, 1961-1962.

46 23

Consolidated Edison Company of New York, inc., 1947-1977.

46 24

Constantine, Frank Hamilton (may contain: Paturis, Cleo), 1976.

46 25

Constantine, James, 1948-1961.

46 26

Contacts (may contain: Vinatrel, Guy), 1955-1957.

46 27

Contemporary Authors, 1963-1967, undated.

46 28

Contemporary Club, 1957.

46 29

Contrat Social, Le Contrat Social, 1959.

46 30

Conway, Jack (may contain: Conway, Laverne), 1967.

46 31

Conway, Laverne, 1945-1967, undated.

46 32-37

Cook, Brian, 1966.

47 1

Cook County Office of the Sheriff (may contain: Lohman, Joseph D.), 1957.

47 2

Cook, J. Frederick, undated.

47 3

Cooke, Alistair, 1960-1969.

47 4

Cooke, Douglas O. (may contain: Brooklyn Eagle , Bradle, Scully), 1951-1976.

47 5

Cooke, Dustin, 1977.

47 6

Cooney, James Peter (may contain: the Phoenix), 1939-1975, undated.

47 7

Cooper and Golin, Inc., 1972.

47 8

Cooper, Beverly, 1965.

47 9

Cooper, Dennis, 1976.

47 10

Cooper, William, 1949.

47 11

Cooperative Book Club Inc., 1948.

47 12

Cooperative Broadcasting Association, 1949.

47 13

Coopersmith, Arlene L., 1949.

47 14

Coopersmith, Jerome, 1952.

47 15

Coordinating Committee of the Bund's and Affiliated Jewish Socialist Organizations in various countries (may contain: Nowogrudsky, Emanuel), 1951-1952.

47 16

Copland, Aaron (may contain: National Institute of Arts and Letters), 1951-1952.

47 17

Copper, David Peter, 1966.

47 18

Copy Magazine, 1950.

47 19

Corbett, Joy Calverton, 1945, undated.

47 20

Corbett, Uma, 1948.

47 21

Corcoran, Thomas Gardiner, 1937-1968.

47 22

Corey, Esther, 1955-1958.

47 23

Corey, Lewis, 1935-1951, undated.

47 24

Corey, Olga, 1954-1959, undated.

47 25

Cork, Jim, 1947-1950.

47 26

Corkern, Robert W., 1979.

47 27

Corkerry, Daniel, 1944-1963.

47 28

Corley, Edwin, 1977.

47 29

Corn Exchange Bank Trust Company, Chemical Corn Exchange Bank, 1948-1968, undated.

47 30-35

Cornell, James C., 1964.

47 36

Cornell Management Company, 1937.

47 37

Cornell Modern Indonesia Project (may contain: Cornell University), 1975.

47 38

Cornell, Paul, 1961-1966.

47 39

Cornell University (may contain: Brown, E.K. , Hathaway, Baxter), 1943-1969.

47 40

Cornell University Press (may contain: Hamilton, Michael E.), 1973.

47 41

Corning Glass International, 1965.

47 42

Cornman, Milten Evans, 1935.

47 43

Cornwell, Cecil (Mrs.), 1953.

47 44

Coronet Magazine (may contain: Greenberg, Mark , Gillenson, Lewis), 1946-1966.

47 45

Corr, Phillip, 1952-1957.

47 46

Correspondence magazine (may contain: Zupan, John), 1955.

47 47

Correspondents Fund of the Overseas Press Club of America, 1960.

47 48

Corrigan, John, 1961-1976.

47 49

Corsel, Ralph, 1967.

47 50

Corsi, Edward, 1950.

47 51

Cortright, James M., 1949-1950.

48 1

Corvin-Romanski, Andre, 1956.

48 2

Cos-Gayon, Fernando S., undated.

48 3

Cosby, Constance, undated.

48 4

Cosic, Dobrica, 1960.

48 5

Coste, Brutus, 1975-1978, undated.

48 6

Costos, C., 1955.

48 7

Cott, Jonathan, undated.

48 8

Coughlin, Francis, 1963.

48 9

Coughlin, John, 1969.

48 10

Coulon, Miss, 1956.

48 11

Coulsen, Mrs., 1962.

48 12

Coulson, Richard, 1955.

48 13

Council Against Communist Aggresion (may contain: Lewis, Marx , McDowell, Arthur), 1958-1979.

48 14-16

Council for Cooperative Preschools, undated.

48 17

Counts, George S. (may contain: Teachers College (New York)), 1948.

48 18

Courier Journal Louisville Times (may contain: Lensing, Mildred , Kohn, Sherwood), 1959-1961.

48 19

Court of Current Issues, 1950.

48 20

Court, Wesli, 1979.

48 21

Courtney, Rosemary, 1971-1973.

48 22

Cousins, Norman, 1941-1975, undated.

48 23-27

Covici, Friede Inc. publishers, 1937.

48 28

Coward-McCann publishers (may contain: Coward, Thomas , Geoghegan, John , Amburn, Ellis), 1937-1972.

48 29

Cowles Communications Inc., 1967.

48 30

Cowles, Ester, 1947.

48 31

Cowley-Brown, John (may contain: Henle, Jim), 1942.

48 32

Cowley, Malcolm (may contain: New Republic), 1932-1978.

48 33-37

Cox, John, 1964-1968.

48 38

Cox, Kathleen, undated.

48 39

Cox, Sidney (may contain: Dartmouth), 1934-1968.

48 40

Coyle, Kathleen (may contain: McIntosh and Otis Inc.), 1932-1936, undated (before 1947).

48 41

Coyne, Owen, 1942.

48 42

Cozby, Oscar, 1962-1969.

48 43

Cozzens, James Gould, 1962.

48 44

Craig, David L., undated.

49 1

Craig, Judge, 1942-1965.

49 2

Craine, Reva, 1948-1949.

49 3

Crane, Louise, 1952-1957.

49 4

Craven, Francine, 1975.

49 5

Crawford, Cheryl, 1977.

49 6

Crawford, Joan, 1962.

49 7

Crawford, Kenneth (may contain: Newsweek), 1942-1972, undated.

49 8

Crawford, Mr., 1956.

49 9

Crawford, Samuel Earl (Wahoo Sam Crawford), baseball hall of fame, 1966-1967.

49 10

Creamer, Robert (may contain: Sports Illustrated), 1976-1978, undated.

49 11

Creative Artists Public Service Program (may contain: Fernandez, Isabelle), 1971-1978, undated.

49 12

Creekmore, Hubert (may contain: New directions), 1948.

49 13

Creem, Lillian, 1962.

49 14

Crespan, Mike, 1962.

49 15

Crews, Jerry, 1955.

49 16

Crime Writers' Association (Great Britain) (may contain: Franklin, Charles), 1963.

49 17

Criterion Books, 1955.

49 18

Crites, Marian, undated.

49 19

Critic (may contain: Cuneo, Paul , Wells, Joel , Thomas More Association), 1963-1966, undated.

49 20

Crohn, Richard J. (may contain: New American Library), 1952-1956.

49 21

Crolius, Theodore F.T., 1948-1953, undated.

49 22

Cronin, Jerry, 1960-1961.

49 23

Cronin, Pat Somers, 1968-1976, undated.

49 24

Cronkite, Walter, 1962-1974.

49 25

Crosby, Helen, 1968.

49 26

Crosby, Mr., 1960.

49 27

Cross, Leslie (may contain: Milwaukee Journal), 1958-1977, undated.

49 28-29

Crossman, Richard Howard Stafford, 1960-1961.

49 30

Croutelle, Claude, undated.

49 31

Crowell, Mary Louise, 1942.

49 32

Crown Crest Farm, 1955.

49 33

Crown Publishers, 1955-1963, undated.

49 34

Crowtner, Bosley, 1960-1967.

49 35

Cubbon, Ray, 1951.

49 36

Cue (may contain: Zunser, Jesse , Pearce, Charles), 1961-1964.

49 37

Cuibus, Georges, 1965-1966.

49 38

Cullen, Frank, 1947.

49 39

Cullen, L.M., 1978.

49 40

Cullen, Pat, 1970.

49 41

Cullinane, David, 1959.

49 42

Cullon, Frances, 1971.

49 43

Cultural and Scientific Conference for World Peace (may contain: Shapley, Harlow), 1949.

49 44

Cultural Council Foundation (may contain: Fernandez, Isabelle , Newman, Linda , Bauman, Debby), 1971-1972.

49 45

Cummings, E.E. (Edward Estlin), 1955.

49 46

Cummins, Dorothy B., 1970-1973.

49 47

[Cuneo], 1964.

49 48

Cunliffe, Marcus, 1959-1963.

49 49-53

Cunningham, Miss, 1966.

49 54

Curley, Thomas V., 1962-1967.

50 1-3

Curran, Dorothy M, 1976-1977.

50 4

Curran, Henry H., 1938-1948, undated.

50 5

Curran, Joe, 1967-1968.

50 6

Currey, Pauline, 1956.

50 7

Currier, Isabel, 1950.

50 8

Curtis Foundation, 1959.

50 9

Curtis House, 1957.

50 10

Curtis, Mallet-Provost, Colt and Mosle, 1965.

50 11

Curtis Publishing Company, 1964.

50 12

Curtiss, Tom, 1933-1979, undated.

50 13

Cusick, Lois, 1947.

50 14

Cutts, John P, 1963.

50 15

Cypen, Jack, 1948.

50 16

Cystic Fibrosis Childrens Fund, 1960.

50 17

Czechoslovakian Embassy Washington D.C., Cultural attache, 1963.

50 18

[Da], David, 1941.

50 19

Dabney, Sarah, 1959-1960.

50 20

Dafni, Re'uven (may contain: Israel Office of Information), 1956.

50 21

Dagens Nyheter, 1959-1960.

50 22

Daggett, Rowan K., 1964.

50 23

Dahlberg, Edward, 1933-1964, undated.

50 24-25

Dahlberg, Mats, 1973.

50 26

Daily, Dan, undated.

50 27

Daily Herald (may contain: Barker, Dudley), 1954.

50 28

Daily Mail (London, England) (may contain: Franklin, Olga), 1958, undated.

50 29

Daily Sentinal, 1968.

50 30

Daily Worker, 1933-1948.

50 31

Dakin, Rodney, 1939.

50 32

Daley, Arthur (may contain: New York Times), 1951-1973.

50 33

Daley, Richard J., Mayor of Chicago, 1960-1976.

50

51

1-3

34-40

Daley, Robert, 1972-1974.

51 4

Dallas Times Herald, 1950-1962.

51 5

Dalley, Hobart Adams, 1948.

51 6

Dallin, David J., 1948.

51 7

Dalsher, Laurence, 1953.

51 8

Dalton School (New York, NY) (may contain: Farrell, Kevin), 1949-1954, undated.

51 9

Daly, Charles, 1968.

51 10

Daly, Ella, 1923-1959, undated.

51

52

11-25

1-4

Daly, James, (James Joseph Daly), 1924-1943, undated.

52 5-7

Daly, Justin, 1972.

52 8

Daly, Margaret (Maggie), 1967.

52 9

Daly, Richard Thomas (Tom), 1923-1961, undated.

52

53

54

1-12

1-15

10-18

Dalzell, P.J., 1937-1961.

55 1

Dame, Lawrence, 1955.

55 2

Dammann, Christian G., undated.

55 3

Damon, S. Foster (Samuel Foster), 1935-1946, undated.

55 4

Dandeneau, R.J., 1958.

55 5

Dane, Lawrence, 1955.

55 6

Daniel, Daniel M., 1944-1976, undated.

55 7

Daniel, Mr., 1966.

55 8

Daniels, George S., 1942.

55 9

Daniels, James, 1958.

55 10

Daniels, Jonathan (may contain: News and Observer), 1960.

55 11

Daniels, Josephus (may contain: United States Embassy Mexico), 1937.

55 12

Daniels, P., 1967-1968.

55 13

Daniels, T.D. (Mrs.), 1963.

55 14

Danner, Mr., undated.

55 15

Danton, J. Periam (may contain: Temple University), 1942.

55 16

Danzinger, Arthur, 1940.

55 17

Darling, Betty, 1960.

55 18

Darling, Edward (may contain: Simon, Ria , Howe, Irving), 1958.

55 19

Dartmouth College, 1959-1979.

55 20

Dartnell Institute (may contain: Slocum, Edwin , Helming, Oren , National Foremen's Institute), 1965.

55 21

Dash, Samuel, Senator (may contain: Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities, United States Congress), 1973.

55 22

Dauber and Pine Bookshops Inc. (may contain: Fawcett Publications), 1956.

55 23

Davaux, Alain (may contain: Arnaud, Alexandre), 1962-1964.

55 24

Davega Stores, 1950.

55 25

Daves, Joan (may contain: Meyer, John), 1954-1959.

55 26

Davey, William, undated.

55 27

David (the) (may contain: Richard, Jerry , Schulster, Mike), 1955.

55 28

David, Henry (may contain: New School for Social Research), 1963.

55 29

David McKay Company, 1965-1966, undated.

55 30

Davidson, Anita (may contain: Davidson, Kenneth), 1973-1979, undated.

55 31

Davidson, David, 1940-1966.

55 32

Davidson, DeWitt S., 1968.

55 33

Davidson, Donald (may contain: Atlanta Braves), 1958-1975.

55 34

Davidson, Edith (may contain: Ohio University), 1958.

55 35

Davidson, Hilda Abel (may contain: Davidson, David), 1947-1942, undated.

55 36

Davidson, Jo, 1947.

55 37

Davidson, Loren (may contain: Ohio University), 1958.

55 38

Davidson, Mr. and Mrs., 1955-1964.

55 39

Davies, Jack, 1966.

55 40

Davis, Alice Elizabeth (may contain: Henry George News), 1951, undated.

55 41

Davis, Caroline (may contain: International Union, United Automobile, Aircraft and Agricultural implement workers of America), 1959-1964, undated.

55 42

Davis, Clyde Brian, 1947.

55 43

Davis, Elmer (may contain: American Broadcasting Company), 1948-1953.

55 44

Davis, Elrick B. (may contain: Cleveland Press , Henle, James), 1937.

55 45

Davis, Father, 1963-1964.

55 46

Davis, Hope, 1968-1979.

55 47

Davis, Hubert, 1950.

55 48

Davis, Jack Conrad (may contain: the News), 1978, undated.

55 49

Davis, Nethaniel P. (may contain: United States Foreign Service), 1951-1955.

55 50

Davis, Robert Goram (may contain: Columbia University), 1950-1977, undated.

55 51-53

Davis, Robert P., 1963.

55 54

Davis, Sally, 1978.

56 1

Davison, Herbert W. (may contain: S. Swydan and Sons Russian Traders), undated (before 1947).

56 2

Dawidoff, Judy, Secretary (may contain: United Nations), 1965.

56 3

Day, Robert, 1949.

56 4

Dayton Daily News (may contain: Bridge, Charles, Locke, Francis P.), 1957-1958.

56 5

DeAngelis, Gabriel, 1944-1962, undated.

56 6

DeAngelis, Theresa, undated.

56 7

Dearborn Press, 1961.

56 8

DeBardeleben, L.A., 1946.

56 9

DeBlois, Albert, 1960.

56 10

DeBoer, Harry (may contain: American Library Association), 1942.

56 11

DeBriere, Charles, 1954, undated.

56 12

Decker, Carol Ann, 1957.

56 13

Decker, Clarence Raymond (may contain: University of Kansas City), 1943-1968, undated.

56 14-16

DeCollenberg, W.A.R., 1953.

56 17

Decter, Moshe (may contain: Soviet Jewry Today), 1971, undated.

56 18

Decther, Midge, 1979.

56 19

De Curacaosche Baseball Bond, 1955.

56 20

Dedmon, Emmett (may contain: Chicago Sun Times), 1947-1948.

56 21

DeFanti, Charles (may contain: Neward State College), 1973.

56 22

DeGryse, Charles, 1968.

56 23

DeGryse, Christophe, 1966-1969.

56 24

DeGurtubay, Carmen, 1953.

56 25

De Haen, Dorothea, 1948-1950, undated (before 1947).

56 26

DeJaegher, Raymond J. (may contain: Asian Speakers Bureau), 1972.

56 27

DeJong, David Cornel, 1966-1967.

56 28

DeKadt, Jacques, 1950-1979, undated.

56 29-32

Dekker, Maurice, 1956.

56 33

Delahan, William G. (may contain: Pittsburgh Press), 1966.

56 34

DeLamar, [Pietro], 1940.

56 35

Delaney, James J., Representative (may contain: United States Congress), 1954-1967.

56 36

Delaney, Michael (Mike), 1969-1978.

56 37

De La Salle College (may contain: Malachy, Brother S.), 1963.

56 38

Deledalle, Gerad, 1957-1958, undated.

56 39

Delehan, Mr., 1966.

56 40

Delevante, I. (may contain: Jamaica Open Golf Championship), 1955.

56 41

DeLisa, Michael, 1965.

56 42

Dell, Floyd, undated (before 1947).

56 43

Dell Publishing Company (may contain: Fina, Don), 1960-1968, undated.

56 44-45

Delmar, Harry, 1960.

56 46

DeLorenzo, Sylvia, 1953-1957.

56 47

DeLorenzo, Thomas, 1953-1957, undated.

56 48

Del Preore, Larry, 1969.

56 49

Delson, Levin and Gordon (may contain: Delson, Max , Delson, Robert), 1949-1950.

56 50

Delson, Robert, 1948-1963.

56 51

DeMaio, John, 1962-1967.

57 1

DeMadariaja, Salvador, 1961-1964.

57 2

Demarest, Donald (may contain: Penguin Books), 1948-1955.

57 3

DeMille, Agnes, 1952-1965.

57 4

Deming, Barbara, 1945.

57 5

Democratic Digest, 1955-1958.

57 6

Democratic National Committee (may contain: Bailey, John M. , Short, Robert , Harried, Fred , Strauss, Robert S.), 1952-1973, undated.

57 7

Democratic Socialist Organizing Committee, 1975, undated.

57 8

Democratic Study Group (U.S. House of Representatives), undated.

57 9

Dempsey, David (may contain: New Times Magazine), 1963-1970, undated.

57 10

Denhard, Pfeiffer, and Wells (may contain: Stewart, Andrew), 1950.

57 11

Denison House, 1946.

57 12

Denison, Merrill, 1955.

57 13

DeNitto, Dennis, 1972.

57 14

Dennen, Leon, 1949-1955, undated.

57 15

Denning, Arthur, 1956.

57 16

Denning, Barbara, 1945-1962.

57 17

Dennis, Nigel Forbes (may contain: Sunday Times of London), 1963.

57 18

Denramis, Basil, 1947.

57 19

DenUyl, Mr., 1953.

57 20

Denver Post, 1952.

57 21

DePauw University (may contain: Bergman, Fred , Shumaker, Arthur), 1967.

57 22

Derayon, Leon, undated.

57 23

Dereleth, August, 1955-1965.

57 24

Derwinsky, Edward, Representative (may contain: United States Congress), 1969-1977.

57 25

DeSilver, Aldana, 1939.

57 26

DeSilver, Margaret, 1940-1955, undated.

57 27

Despres, Leon Mathis, 1955-1979, undated.

57 28

Despres, Marion, undated.

57 29

Desta, Pat, undated.

57 30

DeStefano, Anthony, 1970.

57 31

DeToledino, Ralph, 1958, undated.

57 32

Detroit Baseball Company (Detroit Tigers) (may contain: Martin, Billy, McHale, John , Fenkell, Neal), 1958.

57 33

Detweiler, Frank H., 1947.

57 34

Deuel, Chester M., 1947-1948.

57 35

Deutsch, Babette, 1950-1973.

57 36

Deutsche Verlags-Anstalt (may contain: Davis, Jacoby), 1963-1964.

57 37

Deutsche Zeitung (may contain: Dachter, Henry), 1955.

57 38

DeValera, Eamora, 1968.

57 39

DeVan, Richard, 1957.

57 40

Devant, Bill, 1953.

57 41

Devaux, Alain, 1963-1964.

57 42

Dever, Joseph (may contain: Boston Herald), 1964-1965.

57 43

Devin-Adair Company Publishers (may contain: Garrity, Devin A.), 1955-1960.

57 44

Devine, Delia, undated.

57 45

Devine, John (may contain: World Film News), 1938.

57 46

De Voto, Bernard (may contain: Saturday Review , Henle, James), 1937-1949, undated.

57 47

Devoyon, E., 1952-1955, undated.

57 48

DeWease, Arnold, 1964.

57 49

Dewey, Adrienne, 1952, undated.

57 50

Dewey, John, 1931-1965, undated.

57

58

1-5

51-53

Dewey, Roberta, 1951-1970, undated.

58 6

Dewey, Thomas E., Govenor of New York, 1951.

58 7

DeWitt, Stern, 1949.

58 8

DeYoung, Katherine, 1947-1960.

58 9

Dial Press (may contain: Joel, George , McCoy, Samuel , Silberman, James , Potter, Clarkson , Doctorow, E.L. , Decker, William), 1948-1979.

58 10

Diamond, Arnold H., 1945-1946.

58 11

Diamond, David,, 1939-1979.

58 12

Diamond, Hattie, undated.

58 13

Dibble, Brian (may contain: Beloit College , Barat College), 1968-1969.

58 14

Dickey, John, 1943.

58 15

[Dicki], Wanda, 1945.

58 16

Dickinson College (may contain: Bradley, Sculley), 1949.

58 17

Dickinson Publishing Company (may contain: Sandler, Lois), 1969.

58 18

Dickinson, Robert L. (may contain: National Committee on Maternal Health), 1937.

58 19

Dickinson, Thomas H., 1936-1937.

58 20

Dictionary of International Biography, 1969, undated.

58 21

Diener, Arthur, 1947.

58 22

Dieterle, William, 1941.

58 23

Dietrich, Helga, 1963.

58 24

DiFonzo, Robert, 1942.

58 25

Dilia (may contain: Simecek, Antonin , Bernau, Gustav), 1963-1966, undated.

58 26

Dillon, C. Douglas, Secretary of the Treasury United States, 1962-1964.

58 27

Dillon, David (Father Dillon) (may contain: Mt. Carmel High School), 1969-1979.

58 28

Dillon, Helen (Farrell), 1920-1994, undated.

58 29-35

Dillon, Helen (Farrell), 1920-1994, undated.

59-63

Dillon, Helen (Farrell), 1920-1994, undated.

64 1-11

Dillon, Hellen (Farrell), 1920-1994, undated.

313 1-4

Dillon, Jimmy, 1950-1978, undated.

64 12

Dillon, John J., 1960-1971.

64 13-19

Dillon, Leah, 1947-1948.

64 20

Dillon, Lieutenant, Air Force, 1956.

64 21

Dillon, Matthew (Matt) (may contain: Dillon, Helen Farrell), 1955-1977.

64 22-24

Dimaggio, Joe, 1978.

65 1

Dimendberg, Ruth K., 1959.

65 2

Dimensions (may contain: Whitesel, George , Fritz, Don), 1956, undated.

65 3

Dinamov, Sergei, 1936-1937.

65 4

Diner's Club card, undated.

65 5

Dingwall, Eric John, 1959.

65 6

Dink, David (may contain: Kenyon College), 1977.

65 7

Dinsmoor, Jim, 1945.

65 8

Diocese of Davenport, 1963.

65 9

Di Pietro, Jos, 1940.

65 10

Discovery, American Review, 1952-1954.

65 11

Diska, Pat, 1950-1953, undated.

65 12

Dissent, 1958-1962.

65 13

Dixon, Mary Carroll, 1979.

65 14

Doan, Gerald Carlton, 1972.

65 15

Dobry, John J., 1931-1958, undated.

65 16

Doby, Larry, 1978.

65 17

Dodd, Mead, and Company, 1955-1973.

65 18

Dodd, Thomas J., Senator United States, 1959-1969, undated.

65