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Lewis Mumford papers

Ms. Coll. 2

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Summary Information

Repository:
University of Pennsylvania: Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts
Creator:
Mumford, Lewis, 1895-1990
Title:
Lewis Mumford papers
Date:
circa 1905-1987
Call Number:
Ms. Coll. 2
Extent:
197 boxes
Language:
English
Abstract:
Comprising nineteen series, the Mumford papers provide extensive documentation of Mumford's professional life over a period of approximately seventy years. Predominant are correspondence and drafts of and notes for Mumford's writings, which include publications of over forty books and pamphlets and approximately one thousand articles and book reviews.
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Lewis Mumford papers, Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts, University of Pennsylvania
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Biography/History

Lewis Mumford (b. 1895) is one of the foremost American intellectuals of the twentieth century. He has described himself as a "generalist," and in his distinguished career as a writer he has covered a vast territory with both depth and insight. Believing that knowledge had become too fragmentary in the modern age, he sought to build bridges across academic disciplines and to synthesize information from various specialties. Mumford's audience was the educated layman, and in his numerous writings, which included over two dozen books and nearly one thousand articles and book reviews, he challenged his public to think in new ways. As a critic of American literature, art, and architecture, Mumford informed his readership about new developments in Europe, while at the same time he uncovered buried riches from the nation's past. The city in all of its historical, sociological, and technological aspects occupied a special place in his vision of man's past and future potential. While he is primarily remembered for his writings in these areas, the extraordinary catholicity of Mumford's intellectual interests also included the history of religious and philosophical thought, the pre- and post-World War II political scene, and the state of American education.

Mumford was born in 1895 in Flushing, New York. He was raised by his mother Elvina on the Upper West Side of New York, and with the absence of his father, his stepgrandfather Charles Graessel played a major role in the boy's early development. Mumford and Graessel took long walks around the city together, and these excursions proved to be a major stimulus of his interest in the built environment. A model elementary school student, Mumford went on to attend New York's prestigious Stuyvesant High School, where he was graduated in the spring of 1912. He began his undergraduate studies in the evening session of the City College of New York the following autumn, but upon transferring to the day session, he became increasingly frustrated with the rigid requirements. Mumford felt that his intellectual curiosity was being stifled, and he quickly dropped out of the program. Although he would subsequently take courses at Columbia University, New York University, the New School for Social Research, and again at the City College evening session, Mumford never acquired an undergraduate degree. Mumford was disturbed by his perception that academia had become too specialized, and during his later teaching career, he sought to break down these barriers. He has taught at Dartmouth College (1929-1935), Stanford University (1942-1944), and the University of Pennsylvania (1951-1956 and 1959-1961), among other schools. Although he has been besieged with offers of honorary degrees, Mumford has accepted only two: an L.L.D. from the University of Edinburgh in 1965 and a Dr. Arch. from the University of Rome in 1967.

While studying biology at City College, Mumford first came across the writings of the Scottish biologist, sociologist, and town planner Sir Patrick Geddes (1854-1932). The two met only twice, but they corresponded for over a dozen years until the elder man's death. Mumford found an intellectual role model in Geddes, who managed to integrate his multitudinous interests into an academic and consulting career that carried him from the United Kingdom to France, Palestine, Cyprus, India, and the United States. Geddes prescribed an interdisciplinary method of study that was loosely based upon his evolutionary studies in biology. According to this method, which he called "regional survey," it is only by studying a region's history, topography, economy, and sociology that a viable plan for its future could be determined. Mumford immediately set out exploring his local environment in and around the New York region, which awakened his latent interest in architecture and city planning. In addition, he began to submit articles to various periodicals in which he expounded the Scotsman's methodology and point of view. Mumford's intellectual debt to Geddes is most apparent in his first book,  The Story of Utopias (New York, 1922). This broad survey of utopian thought that ranged from Plato to H.G. Wells concluded with a call for the renewal of communities on a regional basis. He would expand upon many of these themes in the four-volume  "Renewal of Life" series, which he began writing in the 1930s.

Mumford's persistence in trying to enter the extremely competitive New York publishing community eventually paid off in the form of his first literary post, that of associate editor at the fortnightly Dial. Unfortunately for the young journalist, the position was terminated upon the magazine's reorganization seven months later. He was not unemployed for long, however, since through Geddes, Mumford had been put in touch with Victor Branford, president of the London-based Sociological Society. Hearing of the aspiring writer's predicament, Branford invited Mumford to England to become acting editor of the Society's organ,  The Sociological Review. Although Mumford stayed in the position for only a few months, it lent credence to his already fast-growing list of publishing accomplishments. At the same time, it brought him into contact with the leading sociological thinkers and town planners of the post-war generation, including S.D. Adshead and Raymond Unwin. Mumford returned to the United States in the fall of 1920, and the following year he married one of his former  Dial colleagues, Sophia Wittenberg. Their first-born child, a son, was named Geddes in honor of Mumford's mentor. The Mumfords' daughter, Alison, was born in 1935.

During the 1920s, Mumford wrote for numerous journals; he contributed articles and reviewed books on a vast array of topics, including the literary and visual arts, sociology, politics, and philosophy. For a few of the same journals Mumford assumed the post of critic-at-large, reviewing plays, art exhibitions, and architecture with equal facility. Mumford's byline was associated most frequently with The Freeman,   The New Republic,   The American Mercury, and the  Journal of the American Institute of Architects, but after 1931 he became most closely identified as a journalist with  The New Yorker. His witty and often irreverent writing style found immediate favor with the magazine's editor Harold Ross, and he was soon assigned to regular departments. From 1931 to 1963, Mumford was  The New Yorker's architectural critic, writing under the heading "The Sky Line." The column reached a sophisticated, general audience in addition to architects and planners, and Mumford consistently used it as a forum to promote humanistic values over the purely technological in modern design. From 1932 to 1937 he held the additional post of art critic for  The New Yorker, for which he wrote reviews of museum exhibitions and gallery shows on an almost weekly basis. In addition, two of Mumford's earliest and most successful attempts at autobiography first appeared in the magazine under the titles of  "A New York Childhood" and  "A New York Adolescence."

Mumford's literary career was quickly established through an early string of publishing successes following The Story of Utopias. His next four books were thematically related to the rediscovery of the American past, an historical inquiry which he shared with his literary colleagues Van Wyck Brooks and Waldo Frank. Brooks had initiated this process of rediscovery, which he called the  "usable past," and he exerted a particularly strong influence on Mumford at this stage of his writing career.  Sticks and Stones (New York, 1924) was a history of American architecture presented from a cultural rather than a purely stylistic standpoint. Mumford used much the same historiographic approach in his complementary study of American literature titled  The Golden Day (New York, 1926). He particularly praised the writers of the mid-nineteenth centuryMelville, Hawthorne, Emerson, Whitman, and Thoreaufor their ability to break free from the confines of their European heritage and to create something wholly original and American. Out of this study developed his fourth book and first biography,  Herman Melville (New York, 1929). Mumford's fascination with Melville's troubled and enigmatic personality coincided with a particularly bleak period of his own personal life, and the experience of writing the book was as cathartic to him as it was self-illuminating.

Mumford pushed the literary analysis he had begun in The Golden Day into the latter half of the nineteenth century and synthesized it with parallel studies of art, architecture, landscape architecture, and engineering in his book  The Brown Decades (New York, 1931). He expanded the literary  "pantheon" he had created in  The Golden Day to include leading figures from the other arts, such as John and Washington Roebling, Frederick Law Olmsted, H.H. Richardson, and Albert Pinkham Ryder. In identifying these nineteenth-century figures, Mumford thought that he had discovered the true origins of American culture, and he hoped that his revelation would spur his contemporaries on to greater creative heights in the twentieth century.

"The Renewal of Life" series was Mumford's attempt to chronicle the history of western civilization and to chart a course for its future survival. The writing of the series occupied Mumford for almost twenty years, beginning with the first volume,  Technics and Civilization (New York, 1934). This survey of the history of technology was the most comprehensive analysis of the subject in English to date. In the book Mumford concluded that only man's complete mastery over the machine and a reorientation of the capitalist system that fueled it could arrest the destructive proclivities of modern technology.  The Culture of Cities (New York, 1938), volume two of the series, applied the same analysis to urban history, from the medieval synthesis to the contemporary state of disintegration on the eve of World War II. Although Mumford's ideas on cities had been initially influenced by Geddes, he had been a member of the Regional Planning Association of America (RPAA) since the 1920s and promoted the progressive views of this group of architects in print. In the book's conclusion, he reiterated his call for regional cities first expressed in  The Story of Utopias, but by this time it had been answered in part by such RPAA-influenced communities as Sunnyside, Queens and Radburn, New Jersey. The book catapulted Mumford into prominence as an international authority on city planning.

Crossing over from the physical world to the world of ideas, Mumford examined the parallel histories of religion, philosophy, and politics in volume three of "The Renewal of Life" series, The Condition of Man (New York, 1944). The intervening catastrophe of World War II increased the urgency of Mumford's appeal for a more organic way of life, in which man was in harmony with his neighbors and his environment. Mumford actively lobbied for America's involvement in the war and wrote two political tracts in this vein:  Men Must Act (New York, 1939) and  Faith for Living (New York, 1940). His son, however, was killed during the conflict, and this event depleted much of Mumford's optimism for the future of civilization. A memoir of his son Geddes's life,  Green Memories (New York, 1947), is as much an autobiographical work as it is a universal story of a troubled adolescent's coming-of-age. Mumford concluded the  "Renewal of Life Series" with  The Conduct of Life (New York, 1951), a title chosen for its deliberate references to two of his favorite philosophers: Ralph Waldo Emerson and Benedetto Croce. While essentially a summary of the previous volumes, the book was Mumford's expansive, if somewhat rigid, prescription for the ills of modern society. His  "renewal" involved a transformation at the individual level, and its ultimate goal was the attainment of a physically, mentally, and spiritually  "balanced" personality.

The 1950s were a time of reflection and renewal for Mumford himself. With the development and deployment of the atomic bomb at the end of World War II, Mumford saw his worst fears about technology realized. One of the earliest proponents of a nuclear freeze, he came out strongly against atomic weapons in numerous articles and in his book, In the Name of Sanity (New York, 1954). The decline of the environment, both built and natural, was another cause for Mumford's concern. His  "Sky Line" columns for  The New Yorker during this period addressed the increasing congestion, pollution, and disintegration of the world's cities in general and New York City in particular. While he saw reason for optimism in the series of British  "New Towns" built after the war, he was increasingly pessimistic about the ability of modern architecture and planning to provide workable solutions. He maintained his interest in architectural history and education as well: he edited  Roots of Contemporary American Architecture (New York, 1952), a collection of writings that established native origins for the modern movement. The book has become a standard textbook in architectural schools. During this period Mumford taught in the city planning department at the University of Pennsylvania, where he infused the curriculum with his humanistic view of architecture and history. At the same time, he began to rethink his earlier views on urban history.

The City in History (New York, 1961) was Mumford's  magnum opus, for which he was given the National Book Award (1962). While essentially an updating of  The Culture of Cities, the book expanded his analysis of urban history to the very dawn of civilization. Mumford made extensive use of archaeological data in this study to argue that it was the female-oriented container rather than the male-oriented tool that was responsible for civilization's advancement. As in the earlier book, Mumford saw the medieval period as a time of great synthesis and harmony that had gradually been lost. Although he believed in the enduring structure of the city, the intervening decades had created vastly more complex problems for modern man to solve, including pollution, overpopulation, and the threat of nuclear annihilation. The two-volume  Myth of the Machine (Technics and Human Development, New York, 1967, and  The Pentagon of Power, New York, 1970) dealt with many of the same issues from a technological viewpoint, but it was far more ominous in its conclusions. Mumford argued that the ancient, human-powered megamachine had its modern counterpart in the technologically oriented economy of the post-war United States. Furthermore, he viewed scientists and politicians as co-conspirators in this quest for power, and unless stopped in their mission, they would render life meaningless. Once again, Mumford called for inner transformation, although by this time, he was almost certain that no one was listening.

Mumford's final works were largely autobiographical in nature, as he came to terms with his own place in history. Interpretations and Forecasts (New York, 1973),  Findings and Keepings (New York, 1975),  Architecture as a Home for Man (New York 1975), and  My Works and Days (New York, 1979) excerpted Mumford's varied literary output of over a half-century. For more than twenty years he labored over the manuscript of his autobiography, which proved to be the most difficult, if not the most ambitious, of his many books.  Sketches from Life (New York, 1982) covers only the first half of Mumford's life, but it provides a multi-faceted insight into the worlds of American letters, architecture, and politics, in addition to his tumultuous personal relationships. Retired from active writing, Mumford currently lives with his wife Sophia in Leedsville, New York, near Amenia.

Scope and Contents

The Lewis Mumford papers primarily document Mumford's professional life as writer, critic, and teacher over a period of approximately seventy years, while at the same time, they offer a rare and intimate glimpse of this extremely private man. Mumford's prolific literary output and extensive correspondence predominate in the 197 boxes that comprise the Papers. As such, the collection offers not only a unique but also a remarkably comprehensive approach to scholarship on Lewis Mumford, his fields of interest, and his times.

Lewis and Sophia Mumford began to deposit their papers at the University of Pennsylvania in 1966, when Robert E. Spiller, a Penn faculty member, was editing The Van Wyck Brooks-Lewis Mumford Letters. The University of Pennsylvania would have seemed an appropriate repository for the collection for other reasons: Mumford had spent many of the academic semesters between 1951 and 1961 as a visiting professor at Penn, and the University's Van Pelt Library had also acquired the papers of of Brooks and Waldo Frank, two of Mumford's intellectual peers.

In general, the Mumfords saved all letters that were written to them and all drafts and notes related to Lewis's writings. Throughout his adult life Lewis would even keep copies on a highly selective basis of letters that he wrote to others. Some exceptions and limitations do apply, however, regarding the extensive scope of the manuscript collection. The Mumfords did weed "seemingly unimportant" material during the twenty-two year period of transfer to the University. Lewis felt that modern scholarship depended too much upon interpretation of the flotsam and jetsam of a writer's life; there was also the practical consideration of the sheer bulk of the collection. In a conversation in June 1989, Sophia said that she has gradually come around to the view that seemingly insignificant items might have value for future research which we cannot anticipate now. Consequently, the papers sent to the University of Pennsylvania more recently reflect her changed attitude. Nonetheless, the Lewis Mumford Papers, in all their great quantity, do not contain relatively less significant research materials such as cancelled checks and receipts for household expenses: they represent an archive of philosophical and social investigation and commentary, not a record of the minutia of a family's daily life.

Some gaps in the collection, nevertheless, remain. In general, it is not possible to know whether certain materials were destroyed by the Mumfords in recent years, or if they were lost or destroyed in the past. Among the missing materials are drafts and notes for Men Must Act, Faith for Living, and  Green Memories. Many of the gaps, however, are partially compensated for in other parts of the collection. For example, there are no working materials for the  Lewis Mumford on the City film series in the Lewis Mumford Papers, but the extensive correspondence from the producers, the National Film Board of Canada, provides important information and background on the project. Given the size and complexity of the collection, the thorough researcher should examine the container list and the indexes to correspondents carefully.

Care was taken in processing the collection not to do violence to the Mumfords' own arrangement of the papers, while at the same time making the collection as accessible as possible. In sorting, priority was always given to Mumford's most recent use of materials. Because of the length and diversity of his writing career, he at times found it necessary to remove certain items, such as notes, partial typescripts, or articles, from their original files for use in later projects. For instance, the notes for a 1924-1925 New School lecture series are filed with materials for Sticks and Stones, for which they were later used.

Re-use of research materials is particularly evident in items from The Culture of Cities, which were used later for work on  The City in History. Many pieces of early writing were utilized in compiling  Interpretations and Forecasts (1973);  Findings and Keepings (1975);  My Works and Days (1979);  Sketches from Life (1982); and several uncompleted volumes of autobiography or miscellany begun in the 1970s. For some of these late works, no typescripts exist, only files of early writings. Fortunately, the Mumfords usually made notations, often in red ink, on items removed from their original files. Sometimes they refiled what had been moved: the notations identify such items. In some cases, Mumford mixed working materials for more than one project together in such a way that attempting to separate them would destroy some of their research value. Such cases are filed in the most logical possible fashion and are noted in the container list. Many materials are inscribed with dates, and while these are usually accurate, some inadvertant errors may have been made by the Mumfords.

The present arrangement of the papers depends heavily upon Mumford's own identification of the materials, generally in the form of notes on the items themselves or on the folders which originally housed them. At times, unfortunately, the notes are cryptic or incomplete. The segments of the collection that arrived at the Rare Book and Manuscript Library in the 1960s were processed in a way which did not always adequately document the sources of identifications. In the present container list quotation marks always indicate Mumford's own identifying words.

In the first two (and largest) series Correspondence: Letters to Lewis Mumford, and Correspondence: Letters from Lewis Mumford the files are arranged alphabetically by correspondent and then chronologically within the folders. Otherwise, the guiding principle for arranging the papers has been to establish a chronological order within the respective series. Materials relating to Mumford's books and pamphlets, for example, are arranged chronologically from project to project. Within any given work, however, proofs are filed first, followed by typescripts, then notes, research materials, and finally reviews. There are a few exceptions to chronological order, consisting mainly of small, logical groups of items which would have to be broken up to be interfiled chronologically within their series.

In processing the Lewis Mumford Papers and in preparing this register, it has been assumed that researchers will make use of Elmer S. Newman's 1971 Lewis Mumford: A Bibliography 1914-1970 and its update prepared by Jane Morley for the University of Pennsylvania Press. The additions to Newman's 1971 publication include Mumford's work after 1970; translations and reprints of articles; and a group of early articles in  The Dial and  The Freeman, which were apparently overlooked when Mumford made his personal files available to Newman. Morley's bibliography will provide an index by title of Mumford's books, pamphlets, and articles; the year of publication will be the guide to finding that piece within this container list. In other words, although book and pamphlet titles are clearly identified in the container list, there is no listing by title of all articles written by Mumford in the Papers: the articles were simply placed in folders and arranged and identified by year of publication or by year of composition, if unpublished.

Those who use the Mumford Papers should keep in mind the important role played by Sophia Wittenberg Mumford in her husband's career. She has been his only real assistant throughout their life together (they were married in 1921). She brought to this work her intellectual capabilities and her professional experience as an editor for The Dial. Sophia prepared typescripts from Lewis's drafts, proofread, and sometimes conducted correspondence on his behalf. Items in the collection may contain Sophia's notations, usually initialed  "SWM." She also actively shared many of her husband's civic and political interests. The collection contains letters to and from Sophia, concerning both Lewis's work and some of her own activities. Her letters are interfiled with those of Lewis, as they had been in the Mumfords' own files. There are also several folders of material from Sophia's work with the Committee to Defend America by Aiding the Allies (1940-1941).

Mumford was a prolific and regular correspondent, for whom letters were the primary means of communicating with his friends and colleagues throughout his career. His personal letters and, to a certain extent, even his business correspondence contain many of his most candid and profound observations on current events, contemporary arts and literature, and his own works-in-progress. Mumford's correspondents, in turn, offered him a great deal of constructive criticism and moral support in his writing endeavors. They include well-known writers and publishers such as Van Wyck Brooks, Waldo Frank, and Harold Ross; modern artists and architects such as Naum Gabo, Clarence Stein, and Frank Lloyd Wright; and contemporary philosophers and intellectuals such as Sir Patrick Geddes, Erich Fromm, and Reinhold Niebuhr.

In working on various autobiographical projects, Mumford obtained some of his own letters back from a number of correspondents. He also received copies of his letters to Van Wyck Brooks and David Liebovitz when the correspondence was being prepared for publication in book form, as well as copies of his letters from Sir Patrick Geddes when he was writing his autobiography. The Rare Book and Manuscript Library has obtained some photocopies of other Mumford letters from various repositories and has received groups of original and photocopied letters as gifts from individuals. In the mid-1980s, under increasing financial strain, the Mumfords sold letters from their "Persons of Note" file through James Lowe Autographs, Ltd., of London. The Rare Book and Manuscript Library was able to photocopy these letters before they were sold. All photocopies of letters which were sold, or which were made from originals held elsewhere, are so marked. There are a very few photocopies of unknown origin in the correspondence series. When letters were found with other manuscript materials, they were replaced with photocopies and the originals filed with correspondence.

The Correspondence Series are rather strict files of letters and other items which were definitely correspondence. Other kinds of materialspublishers' Royalty Statements, , for exampleare filed elsewhere in the collection. A very high percentage of the correspondence is connected with Mumford's career. Although many of the letters are from friends, most relate in some way to Mumford's work and thought. There is very little family material, except for the Lewis/Sophia correspondence.

The better part of Lewis Mumford's art work, in terms of quality and quantity, is on extended loan to Monmouth College in West Long Branch, New Jersey. The Rare Book and Manuscript Library holds some eighty small works, which arrived as part of the Mumford Papers. Monmouth College has also arranged to purchase Mumford's personal library, although at this time the books have not actually been transferred to New Jersey.

Administrative Information

Publication Information

University of Pennsylvania: Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts,  1989

Finding Aid Author

Finding aid prepared by Ellen Slack

Access Restrictions

Material described in this finding aid is open for research use.

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.

Source of Acquisition

Gift of Lewis and Sophia Mumford, 1966-1988.

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Related Materials

Related Archival Materials note

At the Kislak Center for Rare Books, Manuscripts and Special Collections, University of Pennsylvania:

Sophia Wittenberg Mumford papers, Ms. Coll. 958.

Evelyn Manuel Huber collection of Mumford and Huber family material, Ms. Coll. 1072.

At Monmouth University Library Special Collections:

A Catalog of Lewis Mumford Annotations

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Controlled Access Headings

Form/Genre(s)
  • Articles
  • Biographies
  • Clippings (information artifacts)
  • Correspondence
  • Diaries
  • Drawings (visual works)
  • Financial records
  • Manuscripts, American--20th century
  • Memorabilia
  • Pamphlets
  • Photographs
  • Plays (performed works)
  • Scripts
  • Writings (documents)
Subject(s)
  • Architecture
  • Architecture--Study and teaching
  • Architecture--United States--History--20th century
  • Authors
  • Authors, American--20th century
  • College teachers
  • Education
  • Education, Higher
  • Families
  • Literature
  • Political science
  • Voyages and travels

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Note on the Correspondence Series

Correspondence (94 boxes) comprises three series: Correspondence: Letters to Lewis Mumford, , Correspondence: Letters from Lewis Mumford, and Correspondence: Personal. The container list provides only the briefest description of box contents for the first two series. For a listing of principal correspondents, do the following title search in Franklin: Lewis Mumford Papers.

Collection Inventory

I.  Correspondence: Letters to Lewis Mumford.

Scope and Contents note

The first and most extensive series contains letters written to Lewis and Sophia Mumford. These items have been arranged alphabetically by correspondent, of which there are approximately 5,150.

Box Folder

A. W. Mellon Educational and Charitable Trust, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Adolph William Schmidt, executive vice president (3 items), 1950-1956.

1 1

Åhrén, Uno (1897-1977) (1 item), 1946.

1 2

Aaron, Daniel (6 items), 1959-1979.

1 3

Abbey, Edward (1927-1989) (1 item), 1974.

1 4

Abbs, Peter (3 items), 1976-1977.

1 5

Abelard-Schuman, Inc (2 items), 1954.

1 6

Abell, Walter, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Abell, supervisor of education, Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences, Central Museum (1 item), 1938.

1 8

Abercrombie, Neil (4 items), 1973.

1 10

Abercrombie, Patrick (1 item), 1952.

1 11

Abingdon-Cokesbury Press, correspondence to Sophia Mumford from Edith Patterson Meyer, editor, of children's books (1 item), 1951.

1 12

Abrahamsen, David (1903-2002) (1 item), 1945.

1 13

Abrams, Charles (1902-1970) (2 items), 1967-1968.

1 14

Abrams, Ruth (1912-1986) (1 item), 1975.

1 15

Abramson, Ruth L. (1 item), 1954.

1 16

Abu-Lughod, Janet L. (1 item), 1970.

1 17

Accra Assembly, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Julie Medlock, executive staff (1 item), 1965.

1 18

Acheson, Dean (1893-1971) (1 item), 1950.

1 19

Ackerman, Adolph John (1 item), 1969.

1 20

Ackerman, Frederick L. (11 items), 1929-1941.

1 21

Ackerman, James S. (1 item), 1965.

1 22

Ackerman, Mary Linton (1 item), 1928.

1 23

Ackerman, Phyllis (1893-1977) (1 item), 1961.

1 24

Ackoff, Russell Lincoln (1 item), 1950.

1 25

Acosta, Wladimiro (4 items), 1946-1960.

1 26

Adam Housing Society Limited, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Norman Dunhill, secretary (1 item), 1963.

1 28

Adams & Dart., includes some correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Anthony Adams, publisher (2 items), 1971.

1 36

Adams, Ansel (1902-1984) (1 item), 1940.

1 29

Adams, Charles C. (Charles Christopher) (1873-1955) (11 items), 1937-1951.

1 30

Adams, Evangeline Smith (1872?-1955) (2 items), 1930.

1 31

Adams, Harriet Dyer (1 item), 1961.

1 32

Adams, James Luther (1901-1994) (1 item), 1948.

1 34

Adams, Thomas Boylston (1 item), 1966.

1 35

Addison-Wesley Publishing Company (1 item), 1972.

1 37

Adelphi College, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Paul Dawson Eddy, president (1 item), 1963.

1 38

Adeney, Marcus (1900-1998) (1 item), 1952.

1 39

Adkins, Frank J. (Frank James) (6 items), 1925-1940.

1 40

Adler, Irving, joint letter to Lewis Mumford from Irving Adler, Ruth Adler, Ed Levin, Ruth Levin, John Schomaker, and Marie Schomaker (1 item), 1963.

1 41

Adler, Nathan (1 item), 1962.

1 42

African Institute for Economic Development and Planning (1 item), 1974.

1 44

Agar, Herbert (2 items), 1940.

1 45

Agle, Nan Hayden (1 item), 1959.

1 46

Ahearn, Nellie (4 items), 1914-1917.

1 47

Aiken, Conrad (1889-1973) (9 items), 1923-1972.

1 49-50

Air Affairs (2 items), 1947-1949.

1 52

Alabama College., A. W. Vaughan, head of the Department of English and Gordon McCloskey, professor of the Department of Economics (9 items), 1938-1943.

1 53

Albarda, Jan H., includes photocopies of two letters from Mumford to Albarda (9 items), 1964-1973.

1 55-56

Albrecht, Werner (1 item), 1949.

1 57

Albright, William Foxwell (1891-1971) (1 item), 1961.

1 58

Alexander, Robert E. (Robert Evans) (1907-1992) (1 item), 1977.

1 59

Alexander, Sidney (1 item), 1939.

1 60

Alfred A. Knopf, Inc., contains correspondence from Alfred A. Knopf (3 items), 1942-1953.

1 61

Alfred University (1 item), 1968.

1 62

Allcott, John V. (4 items), 1949-1952, undated.

1 64

Allen, Frederick Lewis (1890-1954), correspondence, while mainly personal, does have some pertinence to the business of Harper & Bros. and Harper's Magazine (9 items), 1926-1953.

1 65

Allen, Hervey (1889-1949) (1 item), 1946.

1 66

Allen, J. S. (1 item), 1965.

1 68

Alliance Book Corporation, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Henry G. Koppell, president (1 item), 1942.

1 71

Alsberg, Henry Garfield, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Alsberg, editor of Hastings House Publishers (2 items), 1950.

1 73

Altherr, Marie-Louise (1 item), undated.

1 74

Altobelli, Richard J. (1 item), 1963.

1 75

Amano, Akira (3 items), 1981.

1 76

Amato, Joseph Anthony (2 items), 1975.

1 77

Amboise, Jacques d' (1 item), 1977.

1 78

Amenia (Dutchess County, N.Y.). Town Board (1 item), 1975.

1 80

Amenia Theatre (1 item), 1940.

1 81

American & British Commonwealth Association, Inc (1 item), 1947.

1 85

American Academy of Arts and Letters, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from various members (30 items), 1942-1982.

1 82

American Academy of Arts and Sciences, correspondence from various members (at the time of their correspondence with Lewis Mumford, John E. Burchard and Paul A. Freund were presidents of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences) (7 items), 1956-1972.

1 83

American Academy of Political and Social Science, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Ernest Minor Patterson, president (1 item), 1937.

1 84

American Architect (New York, N.Y. : 1925) (1 item), 1927.

1 86

American Artists School (1 item), 1937.

1 87

American Association for Public Opinion Research (1 item), 1951.

1 88

American Association for the Advancement of Science, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from various members (contains a letter from W. Seavey Joyce, president, Boston College, relating to the annual meeting of the A.A.A.S. held at Boston College in 1969 when Edmund W. Sinnott was president and Walter G. Berl was an editor for the Association) (9 items), 1948-1971.

1 89

American Association for the United Nations, correspondence containing letters from Clark M. Eichelberger, director and Eleanor Roosevelt, member of the Board of Directors and Executive Committee (3 items), 1946-1954.

1 90

American Association of University Women. Poughkeepsie (N.Y.) Branch (1 item), 1941.

1 91

American Christian Palestine Committee, correspondence written by Carl Hermann Voss, chairman of the Executive Council (2 items), 1947-1952.

1 93

American City Planning Institute (1 item), 1936.

1 94

American Civil Liberties Union, correspondence contains letters from Roger N. Baldwin, director, and Osmond K. Fraenkel, counsel (3 items), 1940-1941.

1 95

American Committee for Chinese War Orphans (2 items), 1938-1939.

1 96

American Committee for Emigré Scholars, Writers and Artists, Inc., correspondence consists of a letter from Else Staudinger, executive director (1 item), 1962.

1 97

American Committee for Israel's Tenth Anniversary Celebration (1 item), 1958.

1 98

American Committee for the Defense of Leon Trotsky, correspondence is comprised of letters written by Herbert Solow in his capacity as a member (2 items), 1937.

1 99

American Council against Nazi Propaganda, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Albert E. Kahn, organizational secretary (1 item), 1939.

2 100

American Council on Education. Commission on Teacher Education, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from various members (12 items), 1938-1943.

2 101

American Countryman, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Vrest Orton, editor (2 items), 1936.

2 102

American Craftsmen's Council (1 item), 1957.

2 103

American Defense. Harvard Group, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Ralph Barton Perry, chairman (1 item), 1940.

2 104

American Education Fellowship, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from various members of the Progressive Education Association (later known as the American Education Fellowship) (6 items), 1934-1939.

54 3974

American Educational Institute, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Peter P. Wahlstad, editor (2 items), 1920.

2 105

American Federation for Democracy (1 item), 1939.

2 106

American Foundation for Continuing Education (1 item), 1964.

2 107

American Friends of German Freedom, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Paul Hagen, research director (2 items), 1943.

2 108

American Friends of Spanish Democracy (1 item), 1937.

2 109

American Friends Service Committee, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Clarence E. Pickett, executive secretary emeritus, Norman J. Whitney, secretary for peace education, and George Willoughby, area director (3 items), 1947-1958.

2 110

American Hebrew, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Isaac Landman, editor (2 items), 1925-1926.

2 111

American Heritage Publishing Company (3 items), 1967-1968.

2 112

American Historical Association. Program Committee (1 item), 1970.

2 113

American Humanist Association, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Edwin H. Wilson, executive director (1 item), 1954.

2 114

American Institute of Architects, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from various members (23 items), 1925-1979.

2 115

American Institute of Architects. Boston Society of Architects, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Norman Fletcher, president (2 items), 1967.

2 116

American Institute of Architects. Buffalo Chapter, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from James William Kideney, member (1 item), 1944.

2 117

American Institute of Architects. Chicago Chapter, correspondence includes a letter from Harry Weese, president (2 items), 1973-1975.

2 118

American Institute of Architects. Colorado Chapter, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Thomas J. Moore, president (1 item), 1964.

2 119

American Institute of Architects. Nebraska Architects Association, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Marvin L. Robinson, chairman of the program committee, and Lawrence A. Enerson, president, Nebraska Chapter (2 items), 1951-1957.

2 120

American Institute of Architects. New York Chapter, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Frederick J. Woodbridge, president (2 items), 1962.

2 121

American Institute of Architects. South Atlantic District (1 item), 1958.

2 122

American Institute of Architects. Student Section (2 items), 1951.

2 123

American Institute of Architects. Washington-Metropolitan Chapter, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Slocum Kingsbury, president (1 item), 1948.

2 124

American Institute of Graphic Arts, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from various members, including Burton Emmett and Frederic Gershom Melcher (3 items), 1931-1935.

2 125

American Institute of Planners, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from various members (4 items), 1947-1960.

2 126

American Institute of Planners. California Chapter, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Abraam Krushkhov, director, Northern Section (1 item), 1962.

2 127

American Institute of Planners. New York Metropolitan Chapter, correspondence includes a letter from Stuart I. Turner, president (2 items), 1962-1975.

2 128

American Institute of Planners. Philadelphia Regional Chapter, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Ralph B. Hirsch, Chapter president (1 item), 1975.

2 129

American Journal of Sociology, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Louis Wirth, associate editor (1 item), 1938.

2 130

American Labor Party, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from John F. Sullivan, executive secretary (1 item), 1938.

2 131

American Library Association (1 item), 1924.

2 132

American Magazine of Art, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from F. A. Whiting, editor-in-chief (1 item), 1934.

2 134

American Mercury, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Charles Angoff, George Jean Nathan, and H. L. Mencken, editors (12 items), 1924-1945.

2 135

American Military Institute (1 item), 1944.

2 136

American Museum of Natural History (1 item), 1970.

2 137

American Philosophical Society, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Henry Allen Moe, president (3 items), 1959-1965.

2 138

American Physical Society. Metropolitan Section, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from William H. Crew (1 item), 1945.

2 140

American Play Company (2 items), 1915-1916.

2 139

American Political Science Association, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Ernest S. Griffith, Program chairman (1 item), 1949.

2 141

American Quarterly, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from William Van O'Connor, executive editor and Tremaine McDowell, staff member (8 items), 1948-1949.

2 142

American Scholar, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from various members of the staff (4 items), 1948-1975.

2 144

American Scientist (1 item), 1961.

2 145

American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Stanley Adams, president (1 item), 1964.

2 146

American Society of Landscape Architects. Hawaii Chapter, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Donald H. Wolbrink, president (1 item), 1965.

2 147

American Society of Planning Officials, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Dennis O'Harrow, executive director (1 item), 1965.

2 148

American Sociological Association, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Robert Bierstedt, vice-president-Elect (1 item), 1964.

2 149

American Studies Research Centre, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Sylvan Schendler, director (1 item), 1971.

2 150

American Union of Decorative Artists and Craftsmen, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Ruth Arens, executive secretary (sometimes used the name Gannett on her works) (1 item), 1931.

2 151

American University of Beirut. Alumni Association (Engineering Alumni Chapter), correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Kamal S. Khuri, president (1 item), 1971.

2 152

American Veterans Committee, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Charles G. Bolté, chairman (1 item), 1946.

2 152

American Writers Union, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Edward F. Gahan, executive secretary (1 item), 1937.

2 153

Americans United for World Government (1 item), 1946.

2 154

Americans United for World Organization, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Ulric Bell, executive vice-president, and Raymond Swing, chairman of Board of Directors (4 items), 1944-1946.

2 155

American-Scandinavian Foundation, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from various members (4 items), 1919-1959.

2 143

Ames, Adelbert (1880-1955), correspondence on the letterhead of the Institute for Associated Research, Hanover, N. H., of which Adelbert Ames was a member and contains a mixture of personal and Institute business (3 items), 1950-1951.

2 157

Amherst College, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from various members of the faculty and staff of Amherst College and Walton H. Hamilton, secretary of the Amherst Memorial Fellowship Committee (4 items), 1920-1965.

2 159

Ammann, Olga (2 items), 1979.

2 160

Anderson, Edgar (2 items), 1967.

2 161

Anderson, Frederick (2 items), 1946.

2 163

Anderson, John G. (1 item), 1972.

2 165

Anderson, Odin W. (Odin Waldemar) (1 item), 1939.

2 169

Anderson, Sherwood (1876-1941) (1 item), 1926.

2 170

Anér, Kerstin (1 item), 1974.

2 173

Angell, Norman (1874-1967) (1 item), 1944.

2 175

Angell, Robert Cooley (1899-1984) (2 items), 1945-1961.

2 176

Anglo French Art Centre, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from A. Rozelaar Green, director (1 item), 1946.

2 177

Anshen, Ruth Nanda, correspondence contains several letters on the letterheads of Harper & Brothers, Pocket Books, and Harper & Row, for which Anshen served as editor; letters deal with both personal and corporate matters (45 items), 1939-1981.

2 178-179

Anthony, Carl (2 items), 1961-1978.

2 181

Anthony, Katharine Susan (1877-1965) (1 item), 1923.

2 182

Antioch College (1 item), 1957.

2 183

Appalachian Mountain Club, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Ruth Gillette Hardy, member (1 item), 1934.

2 184

Appel, Elizabeth Thomas, correspondence to Lewis and Sophia Mumford from Appel and her husband, George Frederick Baer Appel (11 items), 1954-1982, undated.

2 186

Appel, William N. (8 items), 1979-1983, undated.

2 187

Architectural Association, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from various members, including H. J. W. Alexander, secretary, and Edward Carter, director (5 items), 1946-1964.

2 188

Architectural Consultants' Group, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from H. J. Spiwak, member (1 item), 1946.

2 189

Architectural Forum, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Howard Myers, publisher, and Kenneth K. Stowell, editor (2 items), 1933-1940.

2 190

Architectural League of New York, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from various members (4 items), 1947-1980.

2 192

Architectural Press, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from J. M. Richards (1 item), 1949.

2 193

Architectural Record, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from various members of the staff (34 items), 1919-1979.

2 194-195

Architectural Research Group, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from J. C. Merrett, member (1 item), 1942.

2 196

Architectural Review, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from various members of the staff (15 items), 1933-1966.

2 197-198

Architecture (3 items), 1928-1931.

2 199

Arendt, Hannah (1906-1975) (1 item), 1965.

3 200

Arens, Egmont (1889-1966) (1 item), 1936.

3 201

Arens, Frank (1 item), 1939.

3 202

Arizona Quarterly (3 items), 1947.

3 203

Armer, Rollin A. (1 item), 1968.

3 205

Armitage, Merle (1893-1975) (2 items), 1951, undated.

3 206

Arms, George Warren (1 item), 1947.

3 207

Armstrong, Alan H. (1 item), 1950.

3 208

Armstrong, Arthur (2 items), 1979.

3 209

Armstrong, Hamilton Fish (1893-1973) (1 item), 1946.

3 210

Armstrong, R. F. (1 item), 1955.

3 212

Arnhold, Helmut (3 items), 1956-1957.

3 213

Arnold, Charles Treat (1 item), undated.

3 214

Arnoldo Mondadori Editore (2 items), 1963.

3 216

Aronovici, Carol (3 items), 1942-1950.

3 218

Aronowitz, Leonard (1 item), 1964.

3 219

Aronson, Robert Louis (1 item), 1962.

3 220

Arquitectura 63 (2 items), 1963.

3 221

Arroway, Francis M. (1 item), 1964.

3 222

Arrowsmith, William (1 item), undated.

3 223

Art Bulletin, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Andrew C. Ritchie, editor for Book Reviews (1 item), 1940.

3 225

Art Directors Club, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Thomas Erwin, secretary (1 item), 1928.

3 226

Art Institute of Chicago (1 item), 1931.

3 227

Arthur Johnson & Co (1 item), 1911.

3 229

Artists' Protest, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Lydia Edwards and Jean Karsavina, co-secretaries (2 items), 1965.

3 230

Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities (1 item), 1983.

3 231

Arvin, Newton (1900-1963) (14 items), 1928-1950.

3 232

Asahi Shimbun, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Tadao Kimura, chief, New York Bureau (2 items), 1957-1958.

3 233

Ascher, Charles S. (Charles Stern) (1899-1980), a small portion of correspondence is on the letterheads of the Committee on Public Administration, Social Science Research Council (of which Charles S. Ascher was secretary) and the National Resources Planning Board; letters contain a mixture of personal and corporate correspondence (41 items), 1925-1979.

3 234-235

Ascher, Helen Shire (24 items), 1928-1938, undated.

3 236

Ascher, Joan (1 item), 1936.

3 237

Ascher, Robert C. (1 item), 1980.

3 238

Ashton, Dore (4 items), 1965-1972, undated.

3 239

Associated Leagues for a Declared War, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Sidney Homer, acting chairman (4 items), 1941.

3 241

Association "Patrick Geddes," correspondence to Lewis Mumford from André Schimmerling (1 item), 1967.

3 252

Association for a World Language, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Dorothy Wingeyer, executive secretary (1 item), 1963.

3 242

Association for Community Co-Operation in Mexico and South America (2 items), 1924.

3 243

Association for Higher Education, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from G. Kerry Smith, executive secretary (2 items), 1963-1964.

3 244

Association for Planning and Regional Reconstruction, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Jaqueline Tyrwhitt (8 items), 1945-1949.

3 245

Association of American Geographers, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Patricia J. McWethy, executive director, and Wilbur Zelinsky, president (2 items), 1972-1980.

3 246

Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (1 item), 1947.

3 247

Association of Danish Architects, telegram to Lewis Mumford from Esbjørn Hiort, secretary (1 item), 1947.

3 248

Association of Finnish Architects, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Jonas Cedercreutz, president (1 item), 1964.

3 249

Association of Oak Ridge Engineers and Scientists, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from various members (4 items), 1945-1946.

3 250

Association of Polish Architects, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Jacek Nowicki, vice-president (1 item), 1970.

3 251

Associazione Culturale Italiana (2 items), 1965.

3 253

Athanassov, Boyan (3 items), 1973-1974.

3 254

Athenaeum (London, England : 1828), correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Edmund Blunden and J. Middleton Murray (2 items), 1920.

3 255

Athenaeum Court Hotel (London) (1 item), 1953.

3 256

Atheneum Publishers (1 item), 1962.

3 257

Atlanta 2000 (1 item), 1974.

3 258

Atlantic Council of the United States, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Kenneth Rush, chairman (1 item), 1978.

3 259

Atlantic Monthly, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from various members of the editorial staff (18 items), 1917-1960.

3 260

Atomic Scientists of Chicago (1 item), 1946.

3 261

Attwood, Donald W. (1 item), 1974.

3 262

Aufbau (Vienna, Austria) (5 items), 1946-1949.

3 263

Australian National University, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from J. D. G. Medley, deputy chairman, Interim Council (1 item), 1946.

3 266

Australian Planning Institute, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from J. A. Hepburn (1 item), 1955.

3 267

Austro-American Center, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Ernst Karl Winter, chairman (3 items), 1939-1940.

3 268

Authors' Guild (1 item), 1940.

3 271

Authors' League of America, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Elmer Davis, president (1 item), 1939.

3 269

Authors Take Sides on Vietnam, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from John Bagguley and Cecil Woolf, editors of the symposium (2 items), 1966.

3 270

Automobile Quarterly, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from L. Scott Bailey, editor and publisher (1 item), 1964.

3 272

Auzias, Jean-Marie (1 item), 1973.

3 273

Avant Garde (1 item), 1968.

3 274

Aydelotte, Frank (1880-1956) (2 items), 1937-1940.

3 275

Ayres, Mary (3 items), 1952-1962.

3 276

Bab, Herbert J. G. (1 item), 1966.

3 278

Bachrach, Louis Fabian (2 items), 1949-1960.

3 281

Backx, Johannes Philippus (1 item), 1945.

3 282

Bacon, Edmund N. (8 items), 1939-1985.

3 283-284

Baer, Steve (1 item), 1968.

3 285

Bailey, Guy S. (4 items), 1942-1945.

3 288

Bailey, L. H. (Liberty Hyde) (1858-1954) (1 item), 1940.

3 289

Bailey, Wes (2 items), 1941.

3 290

Baillie, A. O. (2 items), 1939-1941.

3 291

Bain, Read (1 item), 1935.

3 292

Balcolm, Lois (2 items), 1957.

3 294

Baldvinsson, Thòrir (1 item), 1938.

3 295

Ball, John (1 item), 1957.

3 297

Ballard, Elizabeth (1 item), 1974.

3 298

Baltimore Museum of Art, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Leslie Cheek, director, and Melville C. Branch, director in charge of the exhibit, "THE CITY" (3 items), 1940.

4 301

Bard College, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from various members of the faculty (3 items), 1951-1978.

4 306

Bardet, Gaston (1907-1989) (31 items), 1945-1958.

4 308-309

Barker, Mabel M. (4 items), 1922-1946.

4 312

Barkin, Jindra (2 items), 1960-1969.

4 313

Barlow, K. M. (2 items), 1945.

4 315

Barnard, Harry (1906-1982) (3 items), 1952.

4 316

Barnes, Christy (3 items), 1966-1981.

4 317

Barnes, Harry Elmer (1889-1968) (4 items), 1920-1934.

4 319

Barolini, Antonio (3 items), 1957-1963.

4 320

Baron, Herman (1892-1961) (3 items), 1937-1940, undated.

4 321

Barr, John S. (2 items), 1956.

4 322

Barr, Stringfellow (1897-1982), a larger portion of correspondence on the letterhead of the Foundation for World Government, of which Stringfellow Barr was president (3 items), 1950-1953.

4 323

Barton, Walter John (1 item), undated.

4 328

Bass, Stephen (1 item), 1955.

4 330

Bassett, Francis Joseph (3 items), 1940-1951.

4 331

Bates, Edson C. (3 items), 1940-1982.

4 333

Bates, Marston (1906-1974) (2 items), 1966-1967.

4 334

Bates, Thomas S. (5 items), 1911-1914.

4 335

Bauverlag G.m.b.H (2 items), 1948-1949.

4 338

Baxter International Economic Research Bureau (3 items), 1946.

4 339

Baylor, Curtis (1 item), 1978.

4 341

Beacon Press, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from various members of the staff (9 items), 1951-1957.

4 344

Beard, Charles Austin (1874-1948) (5 items), 1923-1930.

4 347

Bechtle, C. R. (1 item), 1960.

4 351

Becker, Maurice (3 items), 1925.

4 353

Beer, Alice Baldwin (14 items), 1937-1972, undated.

4 354

Beer, Thomas (1889-1940) (17 items), 1928-1940.

4 355

Behavior Research Project, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Helen Powell, secretary (3 items), 1947-1950.

4 359

Behrendt, Lydia Hoffmann (21 items), 1934-1967, undated.

4 361

Behrendt, Walter Curt (1884-1945) (101 items), 1925-1945, undated.

4 362-366

Behrman's Jewish Book House (1 item), 1940.

4 367

Beidler, Paul (2 items), 1947.

4 368

Belches, Catharine, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Belches and her husband, Edward L. Belches (4 items), 1945-1958.

4 369

Belgion, Montgomery (1892-1973) (1 item), 1946.

4 370

Bell, Richard (Richard C.) (1 item), 1982.

4 372

Bellew & Higton Books, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Ib Bellew (2 items), 1980.

4 373

Belli, Patrizia (2 items), 1980-1981.

4 374

Benardete, M. J. (Maír José) (2 items), 1959.

4 377

Bendall, Wilfrid H. (3 items), 1936.

4 378

Bender, Tom (1 item), 1982.

4 379

Bennett, John C. (John Coleman) (1902-1995), Telegram signed by John C. Bennett, Jerald Brauer, Maurice Eisendrath, John Wesley Lord, and Paul Tillich (1 item), 1962.

4 382

Bennett, John G. (John Goldolphin) (1897-1974) (3 items), 1951-1952.

4 383

Bent, Abbey Sims (3 items), 1959.

4 385

Bent, Harry Sims (55 items), 1938-1956.

4 386-388

Benton, Rita (1 item), 1929.

4 391

Benton, Thomas Hart (1889-1975) (10 items), 1924-1965.

4 392

Beradt, Charlotte (1 item), 1965.

4 393

Berenson, Bernard (1865-1959) (2 items), 1953-1954.

4 394

Berg, Kyla (1 item), 1954.

4 395

Berg, Stephen (1 item), 1975.

4 396

Berger, Marie M. (1 item), 1960.

4 397

Berkshire Museum, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Laura M. Bragg, director (1 item), 1934.

5 403

Berle, Adolf Augustus (1895-1971) (1 item), 1950.

5 404

Berman, Avis (1 item), 1981.

5 405

Bernal, J. D. (John Desmond) (1 item), 1946.

5 406

Bernard, Martha (Mrs. Peter) (1 item), 1946.

5 407

Bernstein, Aline (1881-1955) (4 items), 1936-1939, undated.

5 408

Bernstein, Elizabeth (1 item), 1965.

5 409

Bernstein, Herbert B. (26 items), 1925-1964.

5 410-411

Berresford, Virginia (1 item), 1936.

5 412

Berrurier, Raymond, the majority of correspondence on the letterhead of the Fédération des Associations de Sauvegarde et d'Animation de L'Ile-de-France (5 items), 1963-1965.

5 413

Bertalanffy, Ludwig von (1901-1972) (1 item), 1968.

5 414

Besinger, Curtis (4 items), 1941-1959.

5 414

Best, Marshall Ayers (1901-1982) (1 item), 1965.

5 415

Better Roads, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from C. M. Nelson, editor (1 item), 1939.

5 417

Beyer, Otto Sternoff (1886-1948) (1 item), 1921.

5 418

Biblioteka Lektira Ars (Sarajevo-Publishing), correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Agustín Velázquez Chávez, director (1 item), 1942.

3 224

Bichon, Gene W. (2 items), 1973, undated.

5 419

Biddle, George (1885-1973) (1 item), 1940.

5 420

Bier, Justus (1 item), 1950.

5 421

Bigelow, Karl W. (Karl Worth) (2 items), 1945-1946.

5 422

Bigger, Frederick (3 items), 1924-1932.

5 423

Bijhouwer, Jan Tijs Pieter, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Bijhouwer and his wife, Gerda Bijhouwer (30 items), 1961-1973.

5 424

Billingsley, David (1 item), 1974.

5 425

Binger, Carl (Carl Alfred Lanning) (1889-1976) (12 items), 1959-1970.

5 427

Binger, Chloe (3 items), 1966-1976.

5 428

Binger, Walter David (1 item), 1958.

5 429

Binkley, Robert C. (2 items), 1938-1939.

5 430

Binsse, Harry Lorin (1 item), 1931.

5 431

Bios Forlag, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Knut Hesstvedt (1 item), 1948.

5 432

Biosophical Institute, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Claire Gornell (1 item), 1948.

5 433

Bird, Remsen Dubois, The majority of correspondence on the letterhead of Occidental College, of which Bird was president (8 items), 1939-1963.

5 434

Birdwell, Russell (3 items), 1946.

5 435

Bishop, Isabel (1902-1988) (2 items), 1979, undated.

5 436

Bittner, William Robert (3 items), 1953.

5 437

Bizzell, William Bennett, personal correspondence to Lewis Mumford on the letterhead of the University of Oklahoma from William B. Bizzell, president (1 item), 1938.

5 439

Björgen, Ivar Arnljot (2 items), 1956.

5 440

Bjornsgaard, Frank K. (2 items), 1969-1983.

5 441

Black Mountain College, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Josef Albers, chairman of the Board of Fellows, Albert William Levi, rector, and A. Lawrence Kocher (5 items), 1940-1947.

5 444

Black, Helen (4 items), 1921-1925.

5 442

Black, Michael (1 item), 1984.

5 443

Blackford, Byron Haverly (1 item), 1978.

5 445

Blair, John Malcolm (1 item), 1939.

5 446

Blake, Casey N. (2 items), 1982.

5 447

Blake, Peter (1920-2006) (4 items), 1948-1955.

5 448

Blasingame, Marguerite Louis (7 items), 1938-1940.

5 450

Blee, Michael J. (3 items), 1959-1978.

5 452

Blitzer, William F. (2 items), 1948-1950.

5 455

Blitzstein, Marc (4 items), 1936-1939.

5 456

Bliven, Bruce (1889-1977) (2 items), 1961-1963.

5 457

Bloch, Ernest (1880-1959) (1 item), 1942.

5 458

Bloch, Ernst (1885-1977), correspondence, including a letter of introduction for Bloch from Meyer Schapiro (2 items), 1939-1947.

5 458

Bloch, Robert (1 item), 1952.

5 459

Bloch, Suzanne (4 items), 1964-1967.

5 460

Blucher, Walter H. (1 item), 1948.

5 463

Bluemner, Oscar, (1867-1938) (4 items), 1933.

5 464

Blume, Peter (1906-1992) (2 items), 1965.

5 465

Blumenfeld, Hans (4 items), 1954-1975.

5 466

Board of Education of the City of Los Angeles (1 item), 1940.

37 2956

Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (U.S.), correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Alvin H. Hansen and Guy Greer (7 items), 1941-1942.

17 1527

Boardman, Aase (1 item), 1961.

5 467

Boardman, Philip (123 items), 1928-1982.

5 468-473

Boas, George (1891-1980) (1 item), 1965.

5 474

Bobrick, Benson (1 item), 1981.

5 475

Bohn, William Edward (1 item), 1940.

5 478

Bolcom, William (2 items), 1965.

5 479

Bollingen Series, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from John D. Barrett, editor (1 item), 1954.

5 480

Bolocan, Alice Kwong (2 items), 1969-1979.

5 481

Bolté, Charles G. (Charles Guy) (1 item), 1969.

5 482

Bond, Harold L. (1 item), 1949.

5 484

Boni & Liveright, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from various members of the staff (39 items), 1921-1928.

5 485-488

Book of the Month Club, correspondence to Julian Muller, Harcourt Brace & World, Inc., from Gilbert Highet, Book of the Month Club, regarding Lewis Mumford's book, Pentagon of Power (1 item), 1970.

6 489

Booker, Alma (1 item), 1948.

6 490

Booth, Gotthard (1 item), 1971.

6 491

Borchard, Ruth (1 item), 1962.

6 492

Borgese, Elisabeth Mann, a large part of correspondence on the letterhead of and concerning various organizations and publications with which Borgese was involved, including the periodical, Common Cause (27 items), 1941-1972.

6 493-494

Borgese, Giuseppe Antonio (1882-1952), a portion of correspondence on the letterhead of and concerningthe Committee to Frame a World Constitution and the periodical, Common Cause, with which Borgese was involved (69 items), 1937-1952, undated.

6 495-497

Bortz, Neil K, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Bortz, Towne Properties, Inc (2 items), 1961-1962.

6 498

Boston College, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from W. Seavey Joyce, dean (1 item), 1957.

6 499

Boston University, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Daniel L. Marsh, president, and David Aronson, professor of art (2 items), 1944-1967.

6 500

Botkin, Benjamin Albert (1 item), 1931.

6 502

Bouché, Henri, correspondence consists of a three-page printed article entitled "Comment" written by Bouché in Air Affairs, commenting on an article by Mumford (1 item), 1950.

6 504

Bourgeois, Jean-Louis (1 item), 1983.

6 506

Bourke, Paul (1 item), 1968.

6 507

Bourne, Jeannette T, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Bourne of behalf of the Jetport Action Association regarding the New Jersey Jetport site (1 item), 1960.

6 508

Bourne, Philip W. (1 item), 1945.

6 509

Bournville Village Trust (1 item), 1946.

6 510

Bower, W. W. (Jack) (5 items), 1975-1986.

6 512

Bowlin, Angela C. (1 item), 1946.

6 514

Bowra, C. M. (Cecil Maurice) (1898-1971) (1 item), 1967.

6 515

Boyd, Ernest Augustus (1887-1946) (3 items), 1923-1932.

6 516

Boyle, Kay (1902-1992) (5 items), 1965-1975.

6 517

Boysen & Maasch (3 items), 1932-1935.

6 518

Braden, Tom (3 items), 1948-1982.

6 519

Bradley, Omar N. (1893-1981) (2 items), 1957-1958.

6 520

Bradley, Phillips (1894-1982) (4 items), 1928-1942.

6 521

Bragdon, Claude (1866-1946) (3 items), 1924-1931.

6 522

Braidwood, Robert J. (Robert John) (5 items), 1961-1983.

6 524

Brameld, Theodore Burghard Hurt (4 items), 1951-1970.

6 525

Branch, Melville C. (3 items), 1941-1947.

6 526

Brandeis University, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from various administrators (7 items), 1952-1970.

6 528

Brandeis, Louis Dembitz (1856-1941) (1 item), 1941.

6 527

Branford, Victor, a portion of correspondence on the letterhead of and concerning the Sociological Society, of which Branford was chairman of Council (77 items), 1914-1929.

6 531-534

Bransten, Richard (1906-1955) (1 item), 1954.

6 537

Brant, Irving (1 item), 1926.

6 535

Braunschweig, Arthur (2 items), 1951.

6 536

Brazilian Consulate General (New York) (1 item), 1957.

6 538

Brechin, Gray (1 item), 1983.

6 539

Brecht, Arnold (1884-1977) (1 item), 1941.

6 540

Breckinridge, Henry (1886-1940) (1 item), 1940.

6 541

Breuer, Bessie, a portion of correspondence on the letterhead of and concerning the Rockland County Spanish Milk Fund, of which Breuer was chairman (5 items), 1934-1937, undated.

6 547

Breuer, Marcel (1 item), 1954.

6 548

Brewster, Eugene V. (Eugene Valentine) (1869-1939) (1 item), 1937.

6 550

Brewster, John (1 item), 1946.

6 551

Breydert, Frédérick M. (1 item), 1956.

6 552

Bridenbaugh, Carl (3 items), 1939-1964.

6 553

Bridges, Ronald (1 item), 1940.

6 554

Bridgman, P. W. (Percy Williams) (1882-1961) (1 item), 1939.

6 556

Bridgwater, Derek Lawley (1 item), 1960.

6 557

Briggs, Abbie Rowe (1 item), 1949.

6 558

Bright, John Irwin (7 items), 1931-1939.

6 559

Bright, John Milton (2 items), 1929.

6 560

Brintnall, Michael A. (1 item), 1966.

6 562

Bristol, Helen (Ogrodowska) (1 item), 1950.

6 563

British Architectural Library, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Ray Moxley, Hon. librarian (1 item), 1975.

6 564

British Architectural Students Association (1 item), 1962.

6 565

British Broadcasting Corporation, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from various members (25 items), 1942-1977.

7 566

Britsch, Todd A. (1 item), 1973.

7 567

Britten, Clarence, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Britten and his wife (20 items), 1919-1928.

7 568-569

Broch, Hermann (1886-1951) (3 items), 1940-1946.

7 571

Brochmann, Caspar (1 item), 1952.

7 572

Brochmann, Georg (1894-1952), correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Brochmann and his wife, Hjordis Brochmann (57 items), 1947-1951.

7 573-574

Brockway, Fenner (1 item), 1965.

7 575

Broderson, Arvid (1 item), 1936.

7 576

Brodie, Jocelyn (4 items), 1977-1978.

7 577

Brody, Alter (1895-1979) (1 item), 1929.

7 578

Bronk, Detlev Wolf (1 item), 1951.

7 579

Bronk, William M. (2 items), 1939-1950.

7 580

Bronson, Lillian (2 items), 1975-1978.

7 581

Bronx High School of Science, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Morris Meister, principal (4 items), 1947-1954.

7 582

Brooke, Iris (1 item), undated.

7 584

Brooklyn College, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Harry D. Gideonse, president, and John Pickett Turner and Howard W. Hintz, Department of Philosophy (3 items), 1934-1954.

7 585

Brooklyn Public Library, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Milton James Ferguson, chief librarian (1 item), 1940.

7 586

Brooks, Charles Van Wyck (1 item), 1974.

7 587

Brooks, Eleanor Stimson (33 items), 1928-1946.

7 588-589

Brooks, Gladys R. (45 items), 1948-1975, undated.

7 590-591

Brooks, H. Allen (Harold Allen) (1925-2010) (1 item), 1962.

7 592

Brooks, Ted (4 items), 1971-1975.

7 594

Brooks, Van Wyck (1886-1963), early portion of correspondence on the letterhead of and concerning the periodical, The Freeman (New York, 1920), of which Brooks was an editor (301 items), 1918-1962, undated.

7 595-609

Broome, Harvey (1902-1968), a portion of correspondence on the letterhead of and concerning the Smoky Mountains Hiking Club of Knoxville, of which Broome was president and correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Broome and his wife, Anne Broome (6 items), 1932-1969.

7 610

Broughton, Philip Stephens, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Broughton and his wife, Ann Broughton (17 items), 1933-1974, undated.

8 611

Brousseau, Jule (1 item), 1939.

8 612

Brown University, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Philip J. Davis, chairman, Anniversary Committee, and George Morgan (2 items), 1970-1971.

8 623

Brown University. Pembroke College, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Barnaby C. Keeney and Marjorie Miller (3 items), 1960, undated.

8 624

Brown, Alice (1857-1948) (1 item), 1940.

8 612

Brown, Clara D. (2 items), 1935-1938.

8 613

Brown, Denise Scott (2 items), 1961.

8 614

Brown, Eugene (1 item), 1966.

8 616

Brown, Karl (1 item), 1949.

8 618

Brown, Stanley W. (3 items), 1918-1936.

8 622

Browne, Kenneth (1 item), 1975.

8 625

Browne, Waldo R. (Waldo Ralph) (1876-1954) (4 items), 1919-1949.

8 626

Bruce, Donald (1 item), 1946.

8 629

Bruère, Robert Walter (1 item), 1932.

8 631

Brüder Rasch Architekten (1 item), 1928.

8 630

Brumwell, J. R. Marcus, a portion of correspondence on the letterhead of and concerning Stuart Advertising Agency Limited, of which Brumwell was a director (55 items), 1942-1969.

8 633-634

Bruno Cassirer Verlag (2 items), 1925.

8 636

Bruwer, André Johannes (2 items), 1982.

8 639

Bryant, Alice Franklin (1900-1977) (5 items), 1965-1966.

8 641

Bryant, Paul T. (6 items), 1962-1971, undated.

8 643

Bryer, Robin (3 items), 1974-1975.

8 644

Bryson, Lyman (1888-1959) (1 item), 1927.

8 645

Buber, Martin (1878-1965) (2 items), 1952-1954.

8 646

Buchanan, George, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Buchanan and his wife, Janet Buchanan (12 items), 1938-1974, undated.

8 648

Buchanan, Scott Milross (1895-1968) (3 items), 1938-1952.

8 649

Buckley, Jerome Hamilton (2 items), 1970-1975.

8 651

Buckley, John (2 items), 1976-1977.

8 652

Buckmaster, Henrietta (1 item), undated.

8 653

Buell, Raymond Leslie (1896-1946) (1 item), 1944.

8 654

Bufano, Beniamino (1898-1970) (2 items), 1961, undated.

8 655

Buffington, Ralph Meldrim (5 items), 1968-1982.

8 656

Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Michael Amrine, managing editor, and Eunice Gram and Alice Smith, assistant editors (3 items), 1948-1953.

8 658

Bulsara, Jal F. (Jal Feerose) (2 items), 1969, undated.

8 659

Bunk, William Killeen (2 items), 1975-1977.

8 660

Burchard, John E. (John Ely) (1898-1975) (3 items), 1958-1969.

8 663

Burdell, Edwin Sharp (1 item), 1959.

8 664

Burge, Stuart (1 item), 1972.

8 665

Burgevin, Jules David (5 items), 1964-1967.

8 666

Burn, June (1 item), 1938.

8 667

Burnam, Tom (1 item), 1964.

8 668

Burnett, Whit (1899-1973), majority of correspondence on the letterhead of and concerning the Story Press of which Burnett was editor (3 items), 1947-1968.

8 669

Burns, James T. (1 item), 1965.

8 671

Burns, Kenneth (5 items), 1978-1985.

8 673

Burroughs, Polly (1 item), undated.

8 675

Burrow, Trigant (1875-1950), correspondence concerning Burrow's writing (both Burrow and Hans C. Syz consulted with Mumford and both were associated with the Lifwynn Foundation, Burrow as scientific director, and Syz as secretary) (2 items), 1947-1951.

8 676

Burt, Maxwell Struthers (1882-1954) (2 items), 1941-1945.

8 677

Burtt, Edwin A. (Edwin Arthur) (1892-1989) (6 items), 1965-1974.

8 678

Busch, Henry Miller (2 items), 1930-1938.

8 680

Bush, Vannevar (1 item), 1955.

8 681

Businessmen for the Public Interest, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Frederick Blum, director of Urban Research (1 item), 1970.

8 682

Bussière, René (1 item), 1966.

8 683

Butler, George D. (George Daniel) (1 item), 1948.

8 686

Butler, Michael (1 item), 1956.

8 687

Butterfield, W. J. H. (William John Hughes) (2 items), 1964-1965.

8 689

Butterfield, William Harold (1 item), 1937.

8 688

Bynner, Witter (1881-1968) (1 item), 1929.

8 691

Byrne, Francis Barry (1883-1967), correspondence to Lewis and Sophia Mumford from Byrne and his wife, Annette (21 items), 1926-1956, undated.

8 692-694

C. G. Jung-Institut (Zürich, Switzerland), correspondence to Lewis Mumford from James Hillman, director of Studies (2 items), 1964.

8 696

Cadbury, Paul Strangman (10 items), 1946-1964.

8 698

Cady, David Barry (2 items), 1969, undated.

8 699

Caillois, Alena (2 items), 1975-1979.

8 700

Calder, Alexander (1898-1976) (2 items), 1956-1964.

8 701

Calder, Nanette Lederer (1 item), undated.

8 702

Caldwell, Erskine (1903-1987) (1 item), 1930.

8 703

Caldwell, Gladys (2 items), 1935-1936.

8 704

Caldwell, William A. (1 item), 1954.

8 705

California College of Arts and Crafts (Oakland, Calif.) (1 item), 1966.

8 707

California Conference of Social Work (1 item), 1943.

8 708

California Housing and Planning Association, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Bernard Taper (4 items), 1941.

9 710

California State University, Sacramento (1 item), 1974.

9 712

California Study of General Education in the Junior College, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from B. Lamar Johnson, director, School of Education, University of California, Los Angeles, California (1 item), 1951.

9 713

California. Department of Education (1 item), 1943.

8 709

California. State Board of Education (1 item), 1980.

9 711

Calkins, Earnest Elmo (1868-1964) (2 items), 1931-1955.

9 714

Callahan, Bob (1 item), 1980.

9 716

Callahan, Margaret Bundy (2 items), 1935-1941.

9 717

Calverton, Victor Francis (1900-1940) (2 items), 1929-1931.

9 719

Cambridge (Mass.). Municipal Government, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Justin Gray, assistant to City Manager for Community Development, City of Cambridge (2 items), 1967.

9 720

Cameron, Ann (2 items), 1970-1971.

9 721

Cammann, Schuyler V. R. (Schuyler Van Rensselaer) (8 items), 1955-1969.

9 722

Camp, Glen D. (1 item), 1956.

9 723

Campa, Riccardo (4 items), 1974-1975.

9 724

Campagnano, Leo (2 items), 1969.

9 725

Campagnolo-Bouvier, Michelle (8 items), 1977-1982.

9 726

Campaign for World Government, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Georgia Lloyd, International chairman, executive secretary (1 item), 1946.

9 727

Campbell, Craig S. (3 items), 1962, undated.

9 729

Campbell, John Lorne (2 items), 1971.

9 731

Campbell, Richard (1 item), undated.

9 733

Canada. Office of Director of Public Information, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from G. H. Lash, director (2 items), 1940.

9 734

Canadian Architect, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from James Acland, a reviewer, and James A. Murray, editor (3 items), 1963.

9 735

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from various members of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and Patrick Barnard, Montreal journalist, who was involved in a series of radio documentaries for the C.B.C (4 items), 1940-1975.

9 736

Canadian Good Roads Association, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from C. W. Gilchrist, managing director (1 item), 1960.

9 737

Canadian Institute of Planners (1 item), 1974.

9 738

Cane, Florence (3 items), 1944-1951.

9 740

Cane, Melville (1879-1980), correspondence including a number of poems and typescripts written by Cane, and some memorabilia (96 items), 1937-1979.

9 741-744

Cantine, Holley R. (1 item), undated.

9 746

Cantril, Hadley (1906-1969) (1 item), 1961.

9 748

Cape Kennedy Area Chamber of Commerce (1 item), 1970.

9 749

Capewell, Edna S, correspondence is on the letterhead of and concerning the National Woman's Party, of which Capewell was one of the chairmen (1 item), 1944.

9 750

Capital Community Citizens (Madison, Wis.) (1 item), 1973.

9 751

Caraker, G. E. (1 item), 1950.

9 753

Carleton College (Northfield, Minn.) (2 items), 1952-1961.

9 755

Carlock, Wayne Bryan, correspondence is on the letterhead of and concerning the periodical Truth in Action, of which Carlock was editor (1 item), 1954.

9 756

Carlson, Carl Eric (1 item), 1948.

9 758

Carnegie Corporation of New York, correspondence to Lewis Mumford including letters from Charles Dollard, assistant to the president for Grants-In-Aid and Oversea Visits, and Frederick P. Keppel, president (6 items), 1926-1941.

9 760

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, correspondence to Lewis Mumford includomg a letter from Malcolm W. Davis (2 items), 1951-1957.

9 761

Carnegie Institute of Technology, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from various members (4 items), 1939-1944, undated.

9 763

Carnegie Institute. Museum of Art, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Leon Arkus, director (1 item), 1971.

9 762

Carner, Lucy Perkins (1 item), undated.

9 764

Carnevali, Joan (3 items), 1956-1957.

9 765

Caron, Michel (1 item), 1969.

9 767

Carpenter, William Terhune (2 items), 1940.

9 768

Carpenters' Company (1 item), 1953.

9 769

Carré Bleu, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from André Schimmerling, editor (2 items), 1966.

9 771

Carrithers, Gale H. (1 item), 1984.

9 772

Carroll, H. M. (2 items), 1936, undated.

9 773

Carruth, Hayden (1921-2008) (1 item), 1961.

9 774

Carson, Rachel (1907-1964) (1 item), 1963.

9 775

Carter, Bobby (1 item), 1967.

9 777

Cartwright, John G. (1 item), 1972.

9 778

Cary, Ernest G. (2 items), 1975.

9 779

Cary, Otis (1 item), 1971.

9 780

Casanova, Margaret (3 items), 1954-1965.

9 781

Case Institute of Technology, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from T. Keith Glennan and William E. Wickenden, both of whom served as presidents (3 items), 1944-1958.

9 782

Cassidy, Robert (1 item), 1979.

9 784

Catchpool, Corder (1883-1952) (1 item), 1947.

9 787

Cate, Garth (2 items), 1938.

9 788

Cater, Douglass (2 items), 1964-1965.

9 789

Catholic Art Association, correspondence includes a letter from Thomas Phelan, president (2 items), 1967-1968.

9 790

Catholic Worker, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from various members of the staff (5 items), 1964-1976, undated.

9 791

Catich, Edward M. (1 item), 1936.

9 792

Catlin, Stanton Loomis (7 items), 1935-1981.

9 793

Caupin, Camille (2 items), 1976.

9 794

Cavalieri, Liebe F. (1 item), 1982.

9 795

Center for Integrative Education, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Maxine Greene, president (1 item), 1970.

9 797

Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Robert M. Hutchins, president (1 item), 1962.

9 798

Center Letter (Center of American Living), correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Barbara Hubbard, editor (1 item), 1967.

9 799

Central Methodist Church (Detroit, Mich.) (1 item), 1946.

10 800

Central State College (Edmond, Okla.) (1 item), 1968.

10 801

Centre International de Formation Européenne (1 item), 1969.

10 802

Centre International de Prospective (1 item), 1960.

10 803

Centro Argentino de Ingenieros (1 item), 1977.

10 804

Centro de Educación Continua (1 item), 1976.

10 805

Centro di Cultura e Civiltà della Fondazione Giorgio Cini (1 item), 1966.

10 806

Centro internazionale di studio, ricerca e documentazione dell'abitare "OIKOS.", correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Giorgio Trebbi, director (1 item), 1981.

50 3688

Centro Internazionale Ricerche Sulle Strutture Ambientali "Pio Manzù", correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Luigi Preti, honorary president, and Gerardo Filiberto Dasi, secretary general (7 items), 1971-1972.

10 807

Centro Romano di Comparazione e Sintesi (1 item), 1957.

10 808

Centro Studi e Iniziative (3 items), 1968-1971.

10 809

Century, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Glenn Frank, editor (2 items), 1921.

10 810

CFAC (1 item), 1946.

8 695

Chafee, Zechariah (1885-1957) (1 item), 1951.

10 811

Chaffey, F. Glyde (1 item), 1946.

10 812

Chamberlin, May (1 item), undated.

10 813

Chamberlin, William Henry (1897-1969), correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Chamberlin and his wife, Sonya T. Chamberlin (3 items), 1920-1923.

10 814

Chambers, Lawson Powers (1 item), 1954.

10 815

Chambers, William Nisbet (1 item), 1948.

10 817

Chambers's Encyclopaedia (4 items), 1946-1949.

10 818

Chambrun, René de (2 items), 1940.

10 819

Chandler, Tertius (11 items), 1964-1976.

10 820

Chang, Hsin-hai (1 item), 1966.

10 821

Change Magazine (1 item), 1968.

10 822

Changing World : Quarterly Review (2 items), 1947, undated.

10 823

Chapin, Cornelia Van Auken (1 item), 1937.

10 824

Chapin, James (1887-1975) (1 item), 1936.

10 825

Chapman, Chanler Armstrong (1 item), 1975.

10 826

Chapman, Eva C. (2 items), 1946, undated.

10 827

Chapman, Harry (3 items), 1941-1947.

10 828

Chapman, John Jay (1862-1933) (1 item), 1929.

10 829

Chapman, Royal Norton (1889-1939) (1 item), 1938.

10 830

Charles E. Tuttle Co (1 item), 1971.

10 831

Charles Scribner's Sons, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from various members (7 items), 1929-1958.

10 832

Charles-Brun, Jean, (Charles-Brun often signed correspondence as Charles Brun) (1 item), 1919.

8 635

Charter, S. P. R. (1915-1984), a portion of correspondence on the letterhead of and concerning Man On Earth, a periodical published and edited by Charter (7 items), 1965-1968.

10 833

Chase, Stuart (1888-1985) (2 items), 1941-1965.

10 834

Cheek, Leslie (6 items), 1940-1983.

10 836

Cheek, Mary Tyler (1 item), 1947.

10 837

Chelsea House Publishers, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Andrew E. Norman (1 item), 1980.

10 839

Chemins du Monde, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from François Berge, rédacteur en chef (2 items), 1947.

10 840

Chermayeff, Serge (1900-1996) (15 items), 1941-1975, undated.

10 842

Chevremont, Rosendo (1 item), 1941.

10 843

Chiang, Yee (1903-1977) (1 item), 1962.

10 844

Chicago Daily News, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from M. W. Newman, editor of Panorama and Arts and Amusements (2 items), 1973.

10 845

Chicago Tribune (2 items), 1924-1927.

10 846

Chicago Woman's Club (Chicago, Ill.) (1 item), 1932.

10 847

Child Placing and Adoption Committee (1 item), 1945.

10 849

Child Study, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Zilpha Carruthers Franklin, managing editor (1 item), 1932.

10 850

Child, Charles (2 items), 1941-1952.

10 848

Childs, Richard S. (Richard Spencer) (1882-1978) (2 items), 1946.

10 851

Choate Club, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Natalie Choate Birnbaum (2 items), 1970.

10 852

Choate, Harris (8 items), 1941-1943, undated.

10 853

Chomsky, Noam (1 item), 1970.

10 856

Christ Church (University of Oxford), correspondence to Lewis Mumford from F. A. Gray, treasurer, C. A. Simpson, dean, and Thomas Sharp (32 items), 1963-1966, undated.

10 857-858

Christendom, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Charles Clayton Morrison, editor (1 item), 1936.

10 859

Christian Action (1 item), 1959.

10 860

Christian Register (Boston, Mass. : 1821), correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Stephen Hole Fritchman, editor (1 item), 1944.

10 861

Christian Union Herald, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Richard W. Graves, editor (1 item), 1946.

10 862

Christie, Milton (1 item), 1946.

10 863

Christopher, Thomas W. (2 items), 1948.

10 865

Chubb, Percival (1 item), 1937.

10 867

Church Peace Union, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Henry A. Atkinson, general secretary and A. William Loos, education secretary (3 items), 1948-1951.

10 869

Church, Frank (1924-1984) (1 item), 1958.

10 868

Churchill, Henry Stern (5 items), 1928-1938.

10 870

Ciba Foundation, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from G. E. W. Wolstenholme, director (3 items), 1962.

10 872

Ciba Symposia, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Beate Caspari-Rosen, editor (1 item), 1945.

10 873

Cincinnati Art Museum, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Walter H. Siple, director (3 items), 1935-1936.

10 875

Circle, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from J. L. Martin (also known as Leslie Martin), co-editor (4 items), 1936-1937.

10 876

Citizens Committee for a Second Front, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from William Agar (1 item), 1942.

10 877

Citizens for Better Neighborhoods (Nashville, Tenn.) (1 item), 1977.

10 878

Citizens for New Politics, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Gerald M. Schaflander and Patricia Taylor, members (3 items), 1973.

10 879

Citizens for the Integration of Highways and Environment (1 item), 1971.

10 880

Citizens Freeway Committee of Cleveland (1 item), 1964.

10 881

City Club of New York, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Lawson Purdy, chairman, Committee on Nominations (1 item), 1941.

10 882

City Housing Corporation, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Alexander M. Bing, president (2 items), 1935-1942.

10 883

City of Man, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from G. A. Borgese and William A. Neilson, members of the "Committee of Fifteen" and co-authors of City of Man, book published in New York by the Viking Press in 1940 (authorship is given to the "Committee of Fifteen") (3 items), 1940-1941.

10 884

City University of New York. City College, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from various members of the faculty and administration (24 items), 1916-1982.

10 885

City University of New York. City College. Associate Alumni, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Donald A. Roberts, secretary (6 items), 1930-1939.

10 886

City University of New York. City College. Student Council (1 item), 1913.

10 887

Ciucci, Giorgio (2 items), 1972.

10 888

Civic Club, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Louise Adams Grout, Executive Committee member and George W. Kirchwey, president (2 items), 1920-1921.

10 889

Civic Films, Inc., correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Henwar Rodakiewicz, who was involved in the production of the film "The City" for Civic Films, Inc (3 items), 1939.

10 890

Civic League Charlottesville and Albemarle County (1 item), 1972.

10 891

Clark, Colin (1 item), 1948.

10 894

Clark, Edward T. (Edward Thomas) (1 item), 1943.

10 895

Clark, Grenville (1882-1967) (2 items), 1950.

10 896

Clark, H. V. (2 items), 1941.

10 897

Clark, James Bayard (1869-1947) (2 items), 1929.

11 900

Clark, Kenneth (1903-1983) (3 items), 1964-1965.

10 899

Clark, Louisa Lewis (8 items), 1936-1939, undated.

11 901

Clark, Miles (1 item), 1945.

11 902

Clark, Virginia (8 items), 1948-1979.

11 903

Clark, Wilson (1 item), 1974.

11 904

Clarke, Arthur Charles (1917-2008) (2 items), 1975.

11 906

Clarke, David E. (7 items).

11 907

Clarke, Gilmore D. (11 items), 1945-1975.

11 908

Clas, Angelo Robert (1 item), 1947.

11 909

Clavel, Pierre (4 items), 1959-1967.

11 910

Clay, Nanine H. (1 item), 1958.

11 911

Claybourne, Dorothy Hite (1 item), 1970.

11 912

Clayton, Philip Thomas Byard, correspondence on the letterhead of and concerning All Hallows-by-the-Tower Church, of which Philip Clayton was vicar (1 item), 1961.

11 914

Cleaver, G. E. (1 item), 1948.

11 915

Cleghorn, Sarah Norcliffe (1876-1959) (1 item), 1946.

11 916

Clemen, Rudolf Alexander (2 items), 1941-1942.

11 917

Clemens, Cyril, correspondence on the letterhead of and concerning the International Mark Twain Society, of which Clemens was president, and the Mark Twain Journal and Mark Twain Quarterly, two periodicals for which Clemens was editor (6 items), 1934-1970.

11 918

Cleveland Museum of Art, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from William M. Milliken, director (1 item), 1931.

11 920

Clift, Montgomery (1920-1966) (2 items), 1954-1955.

11 922

Clinchy, Everett Ross (1 item), 1979.

11 923

Close, Denise M. (26 items), 1971-1983.

11 924-925

Clurman, Harold (1 item), 1930.

11 927

Cluverius, Wat Tyler (1 item), 1946.

11 928

Coates, John Bourne (4 items), 1949-1950.

11 930

Coblents, Stanton Arthur (4 items), 1942-1959.

11 933

CoEvolution Quarterly, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Stewart Brand, editor (2 items), 1974-1977.

11 935

Cohen, Henry (1 item), 1949.

11 936

Cohen, Mervyn (1 item), undated.

11 938

Cohen, Morris Raphael (1880-1947), correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Cohen and his wife, Mary Cohen (3 items).

11 939

Cohn, Alfred E. (Alfred Einstein) (1879-1957) (20 items), 1941-1951.

11 943-944

Cohn, Leonie (6 items), 1976-1984.

11 945

Cohn, Saul (1 item), 1945.

11 946

Colby College (1 item), 1982.

11 947

Cole, Margaret van Barnevald (2 items), 1963.

11 948

Cole, Susan, correspodence includes a series of inquiries regarding Catherine Bauer as Mumford knew her (3 items), 1972-1974.

11 949

Colgate University, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Leo L. Rockwell, chairman, University Lecture Committee, and Albert Parry, chairman of the Department of Russian Civilization and Language (3 items), 1951-1954.

11 952

College Art Association of America (1 item), 1939.

11 953

College of Europe (Bruges, Belgium), correspondence to Lewis Mumford from H. Brugmans, Rector, and Milorad M. Drachovitch, Scientific director (2 items), 1956-1957.

11 954

College of Wooster, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Howard Lowry, president (5 items), 1965-1966.

11 955

Collick, Percy (1 item), 1962.

11 956

Collier Books, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Quincy Howe, Jr., assistant editor (1 item), 1962.

11 957

Collier's (1 item), 1914.

11 958

Collins, Arthur (2 items), 1965-1968.

11 959

Collins, George R. (George Roseborough) (1917-1993) (2 items), 1959-1960.

11 961

Collins, L. John (Lewis John) (1 item), undated.

11 962

Collins, Paula (1 item), 1975.

11 963

Collins-Knowlton-Wing, Inc (1 item), 1972.

11 964

Colorado State College, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Neal Cross, chairman, Division of the Humanities (3 items), 1944-1946.

11 966

Colston Research Society. Symposium (1 item).

11 967

Colum, Mary Maguire (3 items), 1928-1930.

11 968

Columbia Broadcasting System, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from various members of the Columbia Broadcasting System; a portion of correspondence on the letterhead of and concerning CBS News, a division of the Columbia Broadcasting System (10 items), 1946-1981.

11 969

Columbia University Forum, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Erik Wensberg, editor (1 item), 1961.

11 974

Columbia University Press, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Charles G. Proffitt, director, and Henry H. Wiggins, manager of Publication Department (12 items), 1949-1975.

11 975

Columbia University, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from various members of the faculty and administration (22 items), 1931-1977.

11 970

Columbia University. Avery Library, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from various librarians (11 items), 1937-1975.

11 971

Columbia University. Teachers College, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Karl W. Bigelow, professor of education, Samuel Ralph Powers, professor of natural sciences, and Edward Joseph Shoben, Jr., professor (3 items), 1939-1962.

11 972

Columbia University. Teachers College. Lincoln School, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Harold G. Rugg, (1 item), 1924.

11 973

Colwell, Harry E. (1 item), 1973.

11 976

Combined Societies, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from A. Royden Willetts, overseas secretary (2 items), 1946.

11 977

Comite International D'Aide, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Jean-Richard Bloch, president (1 item), undated.

11 978

Comité Tot Aanbieding Van Een Huldeblijk Aan W. M. Dudok (1 item), 1954.

11 979

Commager, Henry Steele (1902-1998) (4 items), 1926-1969.

11 980

Committee for Economic Development, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from C. Scott Fletcher, executive director (2 items), 1944-1945.

11 981

Committee for Nonviolent Action, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from David Dellinger, Executive Committee, and A. J. Muste, chairman (3 items), 1965, undated.

11 982

Committee for Nuclear Responsibility, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from John W. Gofman, co-chairman (2 items), 1974.

11 983

Committee for Statement on Freedom of Dissent and Resistance (1 item), 1968.

11 984

Committee for the Development of Regional Survey, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from George Morris, honorary secretary (4 items), 1917-1918.

11 985

Committee for the Preservation of the Imperial Hotel, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Gaijirō Fujishima, chairman (1 item), 1967.

11 986

Committee for the Study of Mankind, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Gerhard Hirschfeld, director (1 item), 1958.

11 987

Committee for World Development and World Disarmament, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Ruth Chalmers, executive secretary, and Adelaide N. Baker, co-ordinating chairman (2 items), 1954.

11 988

Committee of Concern, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Melvin Seiden (1 item), 1966.

11 989

Committee of Responsibility, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Bennett Gurian, chairman (2 items), 1967.

11 990

Committee of the Professions, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Oscar Sachs, chairman (2 items), 1966.

11 991

Committee to Defend America by Aiding the Allies (Newtown, Conn.), correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Carol W. Wilde (1 item), 1940.

11 994

Committee to Defend America by Aiding the Allies, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from various members (12 items), 1940-1941, undated.

11 992-993

Committee to Defend America by Aiding the Allies. Woman's Division, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from A. R. Crawford, director (1 item), 1940.

11 995

Committee to End the Viet Nam War (Hawaii) (1 item), 1965.

11 996

Committee to Stop New Route 7 (1 item), 1973.

11 996

Common Sense, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Alfred M. Bingham and Selden Rodman, editors (5 items), 1933-1938.

11 997

Commonweal, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Henry Longan Stuart, editor (1 item), 1926.

11 998

Community Church of Boston (1 item), 1950.

11 999

Community Church of New York (2 items), 1946.

12 1000

Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula (1 item), 1961.

12 1001

Compañia Mexicana Aerofoto, S. A. (1 item), 1960.

12 1002

Comrade, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Hugh Furneaux, member of the editorial board (1 item), 1945.

12 1003

Conant, James Bryant (1893-1978), telegram sent to Lewis Mumford jointly by James Conant and Lewis Douglas, asking for Lewis Mumford's signature on a letter being sent to the president of the United States (text of the letter is included in the telegram) (1 item), 1940.

12 1004

Conference Against the Spread of Nuclear Weapons (1 item), 1961.

12 1005

Conference Board of Associated Research Councils. Committee on International Exchange of Persons (4 items), 1951-1967.

12 1005

Conference of Greater New York Peace Groups (1 item), 1961.

12 1006

Conference on Radiation and Social Ethics (1963), correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Jerald C. Brauer and John H. Rust, organizers (3 items), 1962.

12 1007

Congregation Mishkan Israel (New Haven, Conn.) (1 item), 1940.

12 1009

Congress for Cultural Freedom, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Morroe Berger, director (1 item), 1960.

12 1010

Conklin, Groff (1904-1968) (1 item), 1945.

12 1011

Conklin, Roland Ray (1 item), 1920.

12 1012

Connecticut College, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Katharine Blunt, president, and Rosemond Tuve (2 items), 1940, undated.

12 1014

Connecticut General Life Insurance Company (1 item), 1952.

12 1015

Connell, Evelyn (1 item), 1960.

12 1016

Connick, Charles Jay (4 items), 1937-1938.

12 1017

Conrad, David R. (3 items), 1967-1977.

12 1018

Conseil de L'Europe. Conférence Européene des Pouvoirs Locaux (1 item), 1966.

12 1019

Conservation Foundation, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from F. Fraser Darling, vice president, Samuel H. Ordway, president, and Russell E. Train, president (7 items), 1964-1967.

12 1020

Conservationists for Johnson, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Stewart L. Udall, Secretary of the Interior, on behalf of the "Conservationists for Johnson" committee (1 item), 1964.

12 1021

Consumers' Correspondence Committees (1 item), 1933.

12 1022

Contemporanul, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Gabriela Dolgu, editor (4 items), 1966-1967.

12 1023-1024

Contemporary Issues (1 item), 1954.

12 1025

Cook, Daniel W. (1 item), 1963.

12 1027

Cooke, Alistair (1908-2004) (2 items), 1938-1944.

12 1028

Cooke, Constance C. Radcliffe (3 items), 1957-1958.

12 1029

Cooke, Morris Llewellyn (1872-1960) (1 item), 1952.

12 1030

Coolidge, John (1913-1995) (2 items), 1939-1940.

12 1032

Coolidge, John T. (1 item), 1961.

12 1033

Coomaraswamy, Ananda K. (Ananda Kentish) (1877-1947) (2 items), 1945-1947.

12 1034

Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from several members of the faculty and administration (6 items), 1939-1963.

12 1041

Cooper, George C. (George Clinton) (1916-2002) (1 item), 1980.

12 1037

Cooperative Committee, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from various members of the Cooperative Committee (25 items), 1940-1957.

12 1044-1045

Cooperative League of the U.S.A (1 item), 1965.

12 1046

Co-operative Union Ltd (2 items), 1945-1951.

12 1047

Cooper-Hewitt Museum, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Lisa Taylor, director (3 items), 1979-1980.

12 1042

Cooper-Willis, Evan (1 item), 1967.

12 1043

Copner, Joy (2 items), 1972-1976.

12 1050

Corey, Lewis (1 item), 1940.

12 1051

Corey, Paul (1903-1992), correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Corey and his wife, Ruth Lechlitner Corey (8 items), 1938-1965.

12 1052-1053

Cori, Anne Fitzgerald (17 items), 1967-1983, undated.

12 1054

Cori, C. F. (Carl Ferdinand) (9 items), 1968-1983.

12 1055

Corker, Eric (2 items), 1948-1949.

12 1056

Cornelius, Brother (Secular name: Herman Emanuel Braeg) (1 item), 1943.

12 1057

Cornell University, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from various members of the adminstration and faculty (10 items), 1927-1981.

12 1058

Cornick, Philip H. (1 item), 1920.

12 1059

Corning, Elizabeth P. (1 item), undated.

12 1060

Cosgrave, John O'Hara (1864-1947) (1 item), 1931.

12 1061

Coudert, Frederic René (1898-1972) (1 item), 1950.

12 1065

Council for Abolishing War, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Leo Szilard, co-chairman (1 item), 1962.

12 1066

Council for Democracy, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Ernest Angell, president, and Carl J. Friedrich, chairman of the Executive Committee (3 items), 1941-1951.

12 1067

Council for Planning Action (Boston) (1 item), 1949.

12 1068

Council for the Psychological Study of War and Peace, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from A. M. Meerloo (1 item), 1946.

12 1069

Council for Unified Research and Education, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Edward F. Haskell, chairman (1 item), 1952.

12 1070

Council of Southern Mountain Workers (1 item), 1946.

12 1071

Council of State Governments, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Frank Bane, executive director (3 items), 1943.

12 1072

Council on Foreign Relations, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Percy W. Bidwell, director of Studies, and Walter H. Mallory, executive director (2 items), 1945-1958.

12 1073

Council on Higher Learning in the Oriental Humanities, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Félix Vályi, Founder and director (4 items), 1945-1948.

12 1074

Council on Southern Regional Development, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Howard W. Odum for the "newly emerging" Council on Southern Regional Development (1 item), 1938.

12 1075

Council on World Affairs, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Brooks Emeny (2 items), 1946.

12 1076

Country Home Club, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Alice A. Chown (1 item), 1922.

12 1077

Countryman Press, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Vrest Orton, president (1 item), 1937.

12 1079

Countryman, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from J. W. Robinson Scott, editor & proprietor (1 item), 1934.

12 1078

Cournand, André (1 item), 1960.

12 1080

Coventry (England). Department of Architecture and Planning, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Arthur Ling, city architect and planning officer (1 item), 1962.

12 1081

Coward, McCann & Geoghegan, Inc (4 items), 1931-1980.

12 1083

Cowell, Charles Clarence (1 item), 1922.

12 1084

Cowley, Malcolm (1898-1989) (15 items), 1941-1981.

12 1086-1087

Cowley, Muriel Maurer (1 item), 1955.

12 1088

Cowlishaw, Ena (2 items), 1946, undated.

12 1089

Cox, Phyllis Byrne (1 item), 1965.

12 1091

Cox, Sidney (1889-1952) (5 items), 1941-1951.

12 1092

Craigie, Jill (4 items), 1946-1947.

12 1094

Cram, Ralph Adams (1863-1942) (2 items), 1931.

12 1095

Crane, Grace Hart (1 item), 1933.

12 1096

Crane, Hart (1899-1932) (1 item), 1930.

12 1097

Craven, Thomas (2 items), 1925-1930.

12 1098

Cravotto, Mauricio (1 item), 1946.

12 1099

Crawford, Andrew Wright (1 item), 1921.

13 1100

Crawford, Elizabeth (2 items), 1949-1954.

13 1101

Crawford, Morris De Camp (1882-1949), (a portion of correspondence on the letterhead of and concerning Fairchild Publications, which was an interest of Morris Crawford's) (40 items), 1934-1948, undated.

13 1102-1103

Creative Age Press, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from H. D. Vursell, vice president (1 item), 1947.

13 1105

Creedy, Frederick (5 items), 1941-1948, undated.

13 1106

Creese, Walter L. (7 items), 1946-1966.

13 1107

Cressey, Paul Frederick (1 item), 1945.

13 1108

Cressman, Elizabeth (1 item), 1938.

13 1109

Cressman, Luther Sheeleigh (1897-1994), (folder 1111 contains a letter dated September 1, 1980 with a typescript copy of three sections of Cressman's memoirs following) (10 items), 1946-1982.

13 1110-1111

Cresson, Margaret French (1 item), 1969.

13 1112

Crichton, Kyle (1896-1960) (1 item), 1937.

13 1114

Critique (1 item), 1951.

13 1115

Crocker, Walter R. (Walter Russell) (1902-2002) (4 items), 1947-1948.

13 1116

Croly, Louise Emory (2 items), 1928-1929.

13 1117

Crowell, Benedict (1 item), undated.

13 1121

Crowell-Collier Educational Corporation, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Ann Reit, editor, and Jean Paradise, managing editor, Special Projects (2 items), 1967-1968.

13 1122

Crowley, Alice (Lewisohn) (1 item), 1964.

13 1123

Crunden, Robert Morse (1 item), 1961.

13 1125

Cuadernos para el Díalogo, correspondence includes two letters from Vicente Verdú (3 items), 1976.

13 1126

Cummings, Robert M. (1 item), 1974.

13 1129

Cunliffe Family (6 items), 1950-1962.

13 1134

Cunliffe, Marcus (1 item), 1952.

13 1130

Cunliffe, Mitzi Solomon (32 items), 1950-1973.

13 1131-1133

Current History, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from George W. Ochs Oakes, editor (1 item), 1930.

13 1136

Curtis, Muriel Hover (1 item), 1944.

13 1138

Cushman, Charles Leslie (1 item), 1948.

13 1139

Custard, Harry Lewis (1893-1966) (2 items), 1941.

13 1140

Cuthbert, Michael (4 items), 1967-1972.

13 1141

Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences. Philosophical Institute, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Vladimír Ruml, director (1 item), 1967.

13 1142

D. Appleton-Century Company, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from William W. Appleton (3 items), 1917.

13 1143

D. Van Nostrand Company, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Louis L. Snyder, on behalf of D. Van Nostrand Company (1 item), 1964.

13 1144

Dædalus, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Stephen R. Graubard, editor, and Gerald Holton, editor in chief (8 items), 1957-1965.

13 1145

Dahir, James (9 items), 1945-1954.

13 1146

Dahlbender, Grover C. (19 items), 1946-1954.

13 1147-1148

Dahlberg, Edward (1900-1977) (19 items), 1947-1955.

13 1149-1150

Dahlberg, Nils (2 items), 1945.

13 1151

Daily Pennsylvanian (Philadelphia, Pa. : 1885), correspondence to Sophia Mumford from John W. Alexander, Jr., editor-in-chief (1 item), 1956.

13 1151

Dal Co, Francesco (19 items), 1971-1981.

13 1152

Daley, Austin C. (1 item), 1962.

13 1153

Damon, S. Foster (Samuel Foster) (1893-1971) (2 items), 1929.

13 1154

Daniel, Cuthbert (1 item), 1949.

13 1156

Danilo Dolci Committee, U.S.A (1 item), 1961.

13 1157

Dannells, Alberta (4 items), 1965-1973.

13 1158

Dansereau, Pierre Mackay (9 items), 1968-1979.

13 1159

Darling, F. Fraser (Frank Fraser) (2 items), 1965-1967.

13 1161

Dartmouth College, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from various members of the faculty and administration (18 items), 1939-1954.

14 1173

Dartmouth College. Administration, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from various administrators (12 items), 1929-1969.

13 1163-1164

Dartmouth College. Department of Art and Archaeology, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Artemas Packard (31 items), 1930-1945.

14 1169-1171

Dartmouth College. Department of Art and Archaeology, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Churchill Pierce Lathrop (3 items), 1939-1978.

14 1166

Dartmouth College. Department of Art and Archaeology, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Hugh Morrison (13 items), 1939-1956.

14 1167

Dartmouth College. Department of Art and Archaeology, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Ray Nash (7 items), 1960-1964.

14 1168

Dartmouth College. Great Issues Course, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Arthur E. Jensen, director, Great Issues Course, Public Affairs Laboratory (7 items), 1946-1952.

14 1172

Dartmouth College. Library, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from various members of the staff (9 items), 1946-1982.

13 1165

Dartmouth Medical School, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Carleton B. Chapman, dean of Dartmouth Medical School, and John W. Pearson, executive director of the Dartmouth Eye Institute and managing trustee of the Hanover Institute (10 items), 1944-1967.

14 1174

Darwin, Charles Galton (1887-1962) (1 item), 1956.

14 1175

Das Kunstblatt, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Paul Westheim, editor (3 items), 1926-1928.

33 2712

Dasgupta, Subhayu (13 items), 1970-1979.

14 1176

Dass, P. Keshavanandajee (1 item), 1929.

14 1177

Datlowe, Samuel A. (1 item), 1949.

14 1178

Datta, K. L. (1 item), 1965.

14 1179

Daugherty, Charles Michael (1 item), 1937.

14 1180

Daugherty, James Henry (1889-1974) (1 item), 1936.

14 1181

Davenport, William Henry (7 items), 1968-1970.

14 1182

Davey, Martin L. (Martin Luther) (1884-1946) (1 item), 1919.

14 1183

Davidson, Donald (1893-1968) (1 item), 1946.

14 1185

Davidson, Jo (1883-1952) (1 item), 1946.

14 1186

Davidson, Rita (2 items), 1946.

14 1187

Davies, Alfred Mervyn (1 item), 1940.

14 1188

Davies, Arthur Powell (2 items), 1946.

14 1189

Davies, Blodwen (1 item), 1944.

14 1190

Davies, D. R. (David Richard) (1889-1958) (7 items), 1946.

14 1191

Davies, John Layden (1 item), 1951.

14 1194

Davies, Mary Carolyn (1 item), undated.

14 1195

Davis, Elmer (1890-1958) (1 item), 1946.

14 1196

Davis, Emma L. (1 item), 1937.

14 1197

Davis, Hope Hale (1 item), 1983.

14 1199

Davis, Jerome (1 item), 1969.

14 1200

Davis, John Henry (1901-1978) (1 item), 1956.

14 1201

Davis, Julia Finette (1 item), 1968.

14 1202

Davis, Kingsley (1908-1997) (1 item), 1955.

14 1203

Davis, Lambert (1 item), 1940.

14 1204

Davis, Rodman T. (1 item), 1964.

14 1206

Davis, Stuart (1894-1964) (1 item), 1935.

14 1207

Dawson, Christopher (1889-1970), correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Dawson and his wife, Valery Dawson (2 items), 1922-1924.

14 1208

de Grazia, Sebastian (2 items), 1954-1960.

14 1219

De Kruif, Paul (1890-1971) (2 items), 1939.

14 1227

de Maré, Eric Samuel (2 items), 1946-1947.

14 1230

De Mars, Vernon Armand (2 items), 1970-1976.

14 1231

De Mille, Agnes (1 item), 1952.

14 1233

De Souay, Fernand (3 items), 1964.

14 1243

De Terra, Helmut (2 items), 1962.

14 1247

Dean, Lois von Haupt (2 items), 1948.

14 1211

Decker, Malcolm (1 item), 1928.

14 1214

Decker, Nellie K. (1 item), 1936.

14 1215

Defries, Amelia Dorothy (2 items), 1921.

14 1217

Dehn, Adolf (1895-1968) (1 item), 1935.

14 1220

Dehn, Cynthia (1 item), 1920.

14 1221

Dehner, Dorothy (1901-1994) (1 item), 1965.

14 1222

Deiches, Maurice (6 items), 1936-1937.

14 1223

Deiss, Joseph Jay (4 items), 1968-1970.

14 1224

Delisle, Françoise Roussel (1 item), 1946.

14 1228

Demant, Vigo Auguste (2 items), 1948-1951.

14 1229

Dennes, William Ray (2 items), 1946.

14 1234

Denney, Reuel (1913-1995) (3 items), 1940-1942.

14 1235

Dennis, Richard N. (1 item), 1956.

14 1236

Denver Art Museum, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Edgar C. McMechen, secretary (3 items), 1928.

14 1238

Der Monat, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Melvin J. Lasky (2 items), 1948-1954.

43 3335

Derol (1 item), 1960.

14 1240

Des Pres, Terrence (1 item), 1975.

14 1244

deSimone, Diane, co-author, with Jo Durden-Smith, of Sex and the Brain, published in New York by Arbor House, 1983, correspondence contains letters to Lewis and Sophia Mumford from both authors (9 items), 1981-1982.

14 1242

Destination Transport (1 item), undated.

14 1245

Deutsch, Babette (1895-1982), correspondence to Lewis and Sophia Mumford from Deutsch and her husband, Avrahm Yarmolinsky (6 items), 1923-1981.

14 1248

Devening-Molles, Marie (1 item), 1943.

14 1249

D'Ewes, Dudley R. (1 item), undated.

14 1250

di Benedetto, Gianni (1 item), 1957.

15 1258

Dial Press, correspondence to Lewis and Sophia Mumford from various members (52 items), 1970-1983.

14 1252-1253

Dial, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from various members of the editorial staff, including Martyn Johnson, publisher (8 items), 1919-1924.

14 1251

Diamond, Eli (1 item), 1948.

14 1254

Diamond, Moses (2 items), 1936, undated.

14 1255

Diamond, Sidney (1 item), 1941.

14 1256

Diamond, Stanley, correspondence on the letterhead of the United States Public Health Service and concerning Diamond's work with its institutions (1 item), 1962.

15 1257

Dick Cavett show (Television program) (1 item), 1972.

15 1259

Dickey, Charles William (1 item), 1938.

15 1260

Dickinson, Edwin Walter (1891-1978) (13 items), 1963-1971.

15 1261

Dictionary of American Biography, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Edward T. James and Robert Livingston Schuyler, editors (2 items), 1957-1969.

15 1262

Die Neue Rundschau, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Rudolf Kayser (2 items), 1925-1926.

47 3533

Die Neue Stadt, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Tino Schmidt (1 item), 1950.

47 3534

Diebold, John (1926-2005) (1 item), 1967.

15 1263

Diehl, Lorraine B. (1 item), 1982.

15 1264

Dieterle, William (), 1946.

15 1265

Diggins, John P. (1 item), 1975.

15 1268

Dillaway, Newton (2 items), 1936.

15 1269

Diogène, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Roger Caillois and Jean d'Ormesson (22 items), 1953-1976.

15 1271

Direction, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Kerker Quinn, editor and publisher (1 item), 1934.

15 1273

Dissent, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Irving Howe, editor (1 item), 1954.

15 1274

District Committees for Patriotic Service (New York), correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Ellery C. Stowell, secretary (1 item), 1917.

15 1275

Djambatan (Firm : Amsterdam, Netherlands) (4 items), 1960.

15 1278

Dobereiner, David (1 item), 1975.

15 1279

Docili, Peter (1 item), 1958.

15 1280

Dodds, Harold W. (Harold Willis) (1889-1980) (1 item), 1946.

15 1282

Doglio, Carlo (4 items), 1957-1963.

15 1284

Dominican High School (Milwaukee, Wis.) (1 item), 1967.

15 1286

Donaldson, Franklin (7 items), 1978-1982, undated.

15 1287

Donley, Edward (1 item), 1970.

15 1289

Donnelly, Desmond (1 item), 1954.

15 1290

Dorfman, Joseph (1904-1991) (1 item), 1931.

15 1292

Dorner, Alexander (1893-1957) (1 item), 1947.

15 1293

Dos Passos, John (1896-1970) (1 item), 1936.

15 1294

Doubleday, Doran & Company, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from various members of the staff and management (10 items), 1928-1968.

15 1296

Douglas, William O. (William Orville) (1898-1980) (1 item), 1951.

15 1297

Douglass, Paul Franklin (1 item), 1946.

15 1298

Dover Publications, Inc., correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Hayward Cirker, president, and Victoria C. Freemont, Robert Hutchinson, and James Spero, editorial department (12 items), 1954-1976.

15 1299

Dow, Alden B. (1 item), 1954.

15 1300

Dow, Eddy Weber (43 items), 1955-1981.

15 1301

Downey, Dennis B. (2 items), 1979.

15 1302

Doxiades, Konstantinos Apostolou (1913-1975) (7 items), 1959-1973.

15 1304

Dreier, Mary E. (3 items), 1954.

15 1305

Dress and Waist Industry. Board of Arbitration (1 item), 1916.

15 1306

Drew, Jane (2 items), 1947-1966.

15 1307

Drummond, Moses (1 item), 1942.

15 1309

Dublin Conference Committee, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Alan Cranston, chairman (1 item), 1945.

15 1310

DuBois, Ethel (2 items), 1957, undated.

15 1311

Dubos, René J. (René Jules) (1901-1982) (6 items), 1968-1981.

15 1312

Dudley, George A. (3 items), 1962-1985.

15 1314

Duek-Cohen, Elias (2 items), 1964-1969.

15 1315

Duell, Sloan & Pearce, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from C. Halliwell Duell and Samuel Sloan (4 items), 1939-1943.

15 1316

Duff, Edward (1 item), 1946.

15 1317

Duffey, Joseph D. (2 items), 1965-1966.

15 1318

Dufresne, Jacques (1 item), 1977.

15 1320

Duke University, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Katharine Gilbert and Louise Hall, Department of Aesthetics, Art and Music (3 items), 1946-1952.

15 1321

Dulles, John Foster (1888-1959) (1 item), 1951.

15 1322

Dunbar, Gary S. (1 item), 1971.

15 1323

Dunn, A. J. (1 item), 1970.

15 1324

Dunn, Rodger Lewis (4 items), 1982-1983.

15 1325

Dunner, Joseph (1 item), 1948.

15 1326

Dur, Lambert (1 item), 1967.

15 1327

Dutchess County (N.Y.). Commissioner of Jurors (1 item), 1948.

15 1330

Dutton, Wilmer Coffman (1 item), 1948.

15 1331

Duve, Arne (1 item), 1963.

15 1332

Dyckman, John W. (1 item), 1954.

15 1335

Dyshel, Benjamin H. (2 items), 1956-1960.

15 1337

E. P. Dutton (Firm), correspondence to Lewis Mumford from John Macrae, president, and Merton S. Yewdale, editor (8 items), 1917-1936.

15 1338

Earth Week Committee (1 item), 1970.

15 1339

East Tennessee Education Association (1 item), 1944.

15 1340

Eastern Arts Association, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Margaret F. S. Glace, president (1 item), 1944.

15 1341

Eastham, Scott (1949-2013) (3 items), 1979-1980.

15 1342

Eastman Kodak Company of New York, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from W. A. Sawyer, M.D., medical consultant, and Kenneth Edwards (7 items), 1948-1952.

15 1344

Eastman, Derek (2 items), 1946-1947.

15 1343

Easton, David (1 item), 1942.

15 1345

Eaton, Leonard K. (13 items), 1942-1972.

15 1346-1347

Ebeling, Adolph W. (1 item), 1925.

15 1349

Ebeling, Albert (2 items), 1946-1965.

15 1350

Ebeling, James A. (2 items), 1936-1972.

16 1351

Ebenstein, William (1910-1976) (1 item), 1945.

16 1352

Eckbo, Garrett (1 item), 1954.

16 1353

Eckert, Charles R. (1 item), 1954.

16 1354

Eckhoff, Lorentz Julius Holtermann (6 items), 1959-1961.

16 1355

Ecologist, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Edward Goldsmith, editor (1 item), 1971.

16 1356

Edelman, Irwin, correspondence to and from Lewis Mumford (3 items), 1954-1957.

16 1357

Edelstein, Jerome Melvin (1 item), 1965.

16 1359

Edgar, Donald (2 items), 1945.

16 1362

Edições 70, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Carlos Araújo (1 item), 1983.

16 1363

Editions d'Art Lucien Mazenod, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Lucien Mazenod and Raymond Queneau (2 items), 1951-1957.

16 1364

Editôra Vozes (1 item), 1963.

16 1368

Editor, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from William R. Kane, editor (2 items), 1914.

16 1367

Edizioni Calderini, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Pierluigi Giordani and Gabriella Pedrazzi (3 items), 1962-1963.

16 1370

Edizioni di Comunità, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Ignazio Weiss, Edizioni di Comunità (1 item), 1958.

16 1371

Edsall, John T. (John Tileston) (1902-2002) (1 item), 1974.

16 1375

Education Development Center, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Peter B. Dow, director (2 items), 1969-1971.

16 1377

Edward Bellamy Centenary, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Marion Bellamy Earnshaw (1 item), 1950.

16 1378

Edward MacDowell Association, Inc. Colony Admissions Committee, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Lillian Brandt Barth, executive secretary, and Lewis M. Isaacs, secretary (2 items), 1937.

16 1379

Edwards, C. A. (1 item), undated.

16 1380

Edwards, Joseph (1 item), 1966.

16 1381

Eeman, Beryl (1 item), 1946.

16 1383

Egbert, Donald Drew (1902-1973) (1 item), 1958.

16 1385

Eggen, Joseph Blake (5 items), 1964-1970.

16 1386

Egypt. Ministry of Education (London) (1 item), 1946.

16 1387

Ehrenkrantz, Ezra D. (1 item), 1958.

16 1388

Ehrlich, Leonard (1905-1984) (1 item), 1937.

16 1391

Éditions de Minuit, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Jérôme Lindon (1 item), 1961.

16 1365

Eide, Erling (1 item), 1966.

16 1392

Eilshemius, Louis M. (Louis Michel) (1864-1941) (1 item), circa 1930s.

16 1393

Einstein, Albert (1879-1955) (1 item), 1948.

16 1394

Eiseley, Loren C. (1907-1977), correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Eiseley and his wife, Mabel Eiseley (9 items), 1962-1971.

16 1395

Eisenbeis, Manfred (1 item), 1978.

16 1396

Eisenhower Exchange Fellowships, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Hampton J. Barnes, executive director (1 item), 1958.

16 1398

Eisner, Mark (3 items), 1936.

16 1400

Ekroth, Fair Taylor (1 item), 1965.

16 1401

Eldridge, Franklin E. (1 item), 1964.

16 1402

Elementary Teachers' Association (Richmond, Va.) (1 item), 1950.

16 1403

Eliot, George Fielding (1 item), 1941.

16 1404

Eliot, Thomas D. (Thomas Dawes) (1889-1973) (1 item), 1940.

16 1405

Elliman, Douglas Ludlow (1882-1972) (1 item), 1949.

16 1408

Elliot, Hugh (2 items), 1953.

16 1409

Elliot, Jeffrey M. (1 item), 1969.

16 1410

Elliot, Phillips Packer (1 item), 1949.

16 1413

Ellis, Richard Williamson (1894-1982) (2 items), 1933.

16 1415

Ellison, Cyril Lee (1 item), 1965.

16 1417

Elmslie, George Grant (1871-1952) (4 items), 1931.

16 1419

Elwell, Marion Wright (2 items), 1961, undated.

16 1421

Embry, Jacqueline (1 item), 1928.

16 1422

Embury, Aymar (1880-1966) (1 item), 1935.

16 1423

Emecé Editores, S. A. (1 item), 1946.

16 1424

Emergency Committee in Aid of Displaced German Scholars, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Stephen Duggan, secretary (1 item), 1936.

16 1425

Emergency Committee of Atomic Scientists, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Albert Einstein, chairman, and Harrison Brown, executive vice chairman (2 items), 1947-1948.

16 1426

Emergency Conference on Civilian Control of Atomic Energy, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from A. Powell Davies, chairman (1 item), 1946.

16 1427

Emergency Rescue Committee, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Edna Albers (Lerner), assistant campaign director (1 item), 1940.

16 1428

Emergency World People's Congress, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Kirtley F. Mather, chairman (1 item), 1947.

16 1429

Emery Roth & Sons, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Julian Roth (1 item), 1950.

16 1430

Emge, Ludwig Augustus (1 item), 1944.

16 1431

Emmerich Lecture Bureau, Inc., correspondence to Lewis Mumford from F. J. Emmerich, president (3 items), 1923-1924.

16 1433

Emmerich, Herbert (1 item), 1944.

16 1432

Emmet, Christopher (4 items), 1940-1942.

16 1434

Encounter, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Melvin J. Lasky and Frank Kermode, editors, and Bryan Healing (3 items), 1960-1966.

16 1435

Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Clifton Fadiman, Humanities Consultant (1 item), 1964.

16 1437

Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc., correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Walter Yust, editor (1 item), 1946.

16 1436

Encyclopaedia Universalis (Firm), correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Christine Flon, chief of the department of the history of art (1 item), 1971.

16 1439

Encyclopedia Americana (2 items), 1958-1959.

16 1440

Encyklopaedia Municipalis Internationalis (2 items), 1957.

16 1441

Endore, S. Guy (1900-1970) (1 item), 1958.

16 1442

Enersen, Lawrence A. (2 items), 1954-1979.

16 1443

Ente Nazionale Idrocarburi, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Evelyn Ahrend and Enzo Viscusi (2 items), 1971, undated.

16 1444

Enters, Angna (1897-1989), correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Enters and her husband, Louis Kalonyme (8 items), 1960-1961.

16 1445-1446

Entwistle, Clive (3 items), 1965.

16 1447

Equinox Films, Inc., correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Gene Searchinger (2 items), 1978.

16 1449

Eranos Conference, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Rudolf Ritsema on behalf of the Eranos Conference (4 items), 1962-1964.

16 1450

Erasmus (1 item), 1947.

16 1451

Erikson, Erik H. (Erik Homburger) (1902-1994) (1 item), 1973.

16 1453

Ernst, Morris Leopold (1888-1976) (1 item), 1967.

16 1454

Erskine, Dorothy W. (2 items), 1952.

16 1456

Erskine, John (1879-1951) (1 item), 1944.

16 1455

Erskine, Margaret (3 items), 1960-1962.

16 1457

Esprit, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Emmanuel Mounir, publisher (1 item), 1947.

16 1458

Essanay Film Manufacturing Co (1 item), circa 1915.

16 1459

Esslinger, William (1 item), 1949.

16 1460

Estate of Thomas Wolfe, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Edward C. Aswell, administrator (1 item), 1948.

16 1461

Esterbrook Pen Company (1 item), 1951.

16 1462

Estes, Alice (3 items), 1956-1965.

16 1463

Estes, Charles Thompson (1 item), 1941.

16 1464

Etherington, Wendy (1 item), 1974.

16 1466

Ethical Society of St. Louis, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from J. Hutton Hynd, leader (1 item), 1948.

16 1467

Ethics, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from T. V. Smith, editor (1 item), 1942.

16 1468

Eurich, Alvin C. (Alvin Christian) (1902-1987) (1 item), 1956.

16 1470

Europa Verlags-A. G. (Vienna, Austria), correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Wolfgang Kraus and Helga Perz (3 items), 1973-1974.

16 1471-1472

Europe and the World Basle, Switzerland ; 1964), correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Max Petitpierre, chairman of the organizing committee for the conference (1 item), 1964.

16 1473

Evans, Anne E. (1 item), 1980.

16 1474

Evans, William R. (William Richard) (1 item), 1979.

17 1475

Evening Sun (Baltimore, Md.), correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Hamilton Owens, editor (2 items), 1925.

17 1476

Evergood, Philip (1901-1973), correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Evergood and his wife, Julia (2 items), 1937-1965.

17 1477

Everyman (London, England) (1 item), 1928.

17 1478

Evron, Boas (1 item), 1970.

17 1479

Ewald, William R. (2 items), 1965.

17 1480

Ewen, David (1907-1985) (3 items), 1929-1930.

17 1481

Ewing Galloway, correspondence to Lewis and Sophia Mumford from W. M. Frasier (2 items), 1937-1938.

17 1484

Ewing, Alice R. (1 item), undated.

17 1482

Ewing, Sherley, correspondence is on the letterhead of the Maryland Civil Defense Agency and concerns its operations when Ewing was its director (1 item), 1959.

17 1483

Express Newspapers Ltd (1 item), 1949.

17 1485

Eyre, Donald Cuthbert (1 item), 1959.

17 1486

F. W. Dodge Corporation, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Judd Payne, publishing director, Magazine and Book Division (4 items), 1954.

17 1487

Faber and Faber, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Giles de la Mare and Rosemary Goad (2 items), 1966-1972.

17 1488

Fabian Society (Great Britain), correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Gwyneth Morgan (1 item), 1946.

17 1489

Fabre, Antoinette (1 item), 1965.

17 1490

Facci, Joseph (2 items), 1954.

17 1491

Factory of Visual Art, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Mickey Gustin, director (1 item), 1979.

17 1492

Fadiman, Clifton (1904-1999) (4 items), 1934, undated.

17 1493

Fagg, Christopher Charles (18 items), 1946-1962.

17 1494

Fagg, Iris L. (1 item), 1965.

17 1495

Fagrell, Gunnar (2 items), 1960.

17 1496

Fairbanks, Douglas (1909-2000) (2 items), 1975.

17 1497

Fairbanks, Henry George (1 item), 1966.

17 1498

Fairchild, Henry Pratt (1880-1956) (1 item), 1939.

17 1499

Fairmount Park Art Association, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Roland L. Taylor, president (1 item), 1941.

17 1500

Fairweather, Peter (2 items), 1980-1981.

17 1501

Fall River Public Library (1 item), undated.

17 1503

Family Circle (New York, N.Y.) (1 item), 1967.

17 1504

Family Health Club Housing Society (Coventry) Ltd (1 item), 1947.

17 1505

Fanning, James (1 item), 1954.

17 1506

Farquharson, Alexander, a large part of correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Farquharson and his wife, Dorothea, is on the letterhead of and concerning the various societies and corporations of which both were members (141 items), 1921-1974, undated.

17 1507-1517

Farrar, John Chipman (1896-1974) (1 item), 1950.

17 1518

Farrar, Straus & Company, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Edmund L. Epstein, editor, Noonday Press (1 item), 1964.

17 1519

Faulkner, Katharine B. (2 items), 1952-1954.

17 1521

Fawcett, Charles Bungay (1883-1952) (1 item), 1949.

17 1522

Fay, Charles, Edey (1 item), 1942.

17 1523

Federal Art Project (New York State) (1 item), 1938.

66 4982

Federal Art Project, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Archibald MacLeish, Librarian of Congress (1 item), 1941.

66 4981

Federal Executive Institute, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Chester A. Newland, professor (1 item), 1972.

17 1526

Federal Union (U.S.), correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Clarence K. Streit, chairman (1 item), 1941.

17 1528

Federal Writers' Project of the Works Progress Administration (New York, N.Y.), correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Vincent McHugh (2 items), 1937.

66 4984

Federal Writers' Project of the Works Progress Administration (Vermont), correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Dana Doten, state director (1 item), 1937.

66 4985

Federal Writers' Project of the Works Progress Administration, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Henry G. Alsberg, director (5 items), 1937-1938.

66 4983

Fedoroff, Alexander (1 item), 1948.

17 1529

Fein, Albert (4 items), 1974-1980.

17 1530

Feis, Herbert (1893-1972) (49 items), 1915-1923, undated.

17 1533-1535

Feiss, Carl (2 items), 1939, undated.

17 1536

Feldhaus, Franz M. (Franz Maria) (1874-1959) (1 item), 1948.

17 1537

Feldman, Edmund Burke (1 item), 1967.

17 1538

Fellowship of Reconciliation (United States), correspondence to Lewis Mumford from A. J. Muste, secretary emeritus, and Alfred Hassler, executive secretary (6 items), 1946-1967, undated.

17 1539

Fenton, Norman (6 items), 1914-1945, undated.

17 1540

Fergusson, Erna (1888-1964) (1 item), 1948.

17 1541

Fernsworth, Lawrence A. (1 item), 1941.

17 1542

Ferrier, Jean Louis (2 items), 1959-1960.

17 1543

Ferril, Thomas Hornsby (1896-1988) (1 item), 1925.

17 1544

Ferris, John P. (1 item), 1946.

17 1545

Ferry, W. H. (Wilbur Hugh) (30 items), 1963-1983.

17 1547

Fessopoulos, Vasilios (2 items), 1959-1960.

17 1548

Feuchtinger, Max Erich (1 item), 1932.

17 1549

Fichter, Donn (1 item), 1957.

18 1550

Field, Henry (1902-1986) (2 items), 1966-1967.

18 1551

Field, Hermann H. (1910-2001) (1 item), 1975.

18 1552

Field, Julia Allen, includes five letters from Lewis Mumford and one letter from Field (6 items), 1967-1968.

18 1553

Field, Marshall (1 item), 1941.

18 1554

Fight For Freedom. Committee to Defend America (New York, N.Y.), correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Ulric Bell and Henry W. Hobson (4 items), 1941.

18 1556

Fight For Peace and Democracy, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Charles Preston, acting editor (1 item), 1938.

18 1555

Fighting Homefolks of Fighting Men, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Eugene R. Guild, national director (1 item), 1955.

18 1557

Fill, J. Herbert (1 item), 1974.

18 1558

Filler, Agnes Emberson (3 items), 1944-1948.

18 1559

Filler, Louis (2 items), 1939-1957.

18 1560

Filler, Martin, portion of correspondence is on the letterhead of and concerning the Architectural Record, House & Garden, and Progressive Architecture, periodicals on which Filler was on the editorial staff (83 items), 1975-1983.

18 1561-1565

Finkelstein, Louis (1895-1991) (2 items), 1948-1954.

18 1566

Finley, M. I. (Moses I) (1912-1986) (2 items), 1963-1967.

18 1567

Finn, Caesar (2 items), 1947.

18 1568

Finn, Robert (4 items), 1961-1965.

18 1569

Finnbogason, Guðmundur (1873-1944) (1 item), 1936.

18 1570

Firuski, Maurice (1 item), 1948.

18 1572

Fischer, Leopold (1901-1975), architect (2 items), 1956-1967.

18 1573

Fish, Hamilton (1888-1991) (3 items), 1940-1941.

18 1574

Fisher, Aileen Lucia, letter to Lewis Mumford co-authored by Aileen Fisher and Olive H. Rabe (1 item), 1952.

18 1575

Fisher, Frank S. (1 item), 1961.

18 1576

Fisher, Galen Merriam (1873-1955) (1 item), 1946.

18 1577

Fisher, Geoffrey Francis (1 item), 1962.

18 1578

Fisher, H. A. L. (Herbert Albert Laurens) (1865-1940) (1 item), 1932.

18 1579

Fisher, Howard T. (1 item), 1930.

18 1580

Fisher, John Andrew (1 item), 1948.

18 1581

Fisker, Kay (1 item), 1987.

18 1587

Fitch, Franklyn Y. (2 items), 1918, undated.

18 1588

Fitch, James Marston (2 items), 1934-1983.

18 1589

Fitt, Patricia Hewitt (1 item), 1960.

18 1590

Fitzgerald, Robert (1910-1985) (3 items), 1983, undated.

18 1591

Flaccus, Edward (1 item), 1945.

18 1593

Flaccus, Kimball (1911-1972) (1 item), 1955.

18 1594

Flagler, J. M. (1 item), 1958.

18 1596

Flaherty, Jim (1 item), 1982.

18 1597

Flanders, Ralph Edward (2 items), 1949-1951.

18 1598

Flanner, Janet (1892-1978) (2 items), 1934-1939.

18 1599

Fleisher, Elena (4 items), 1959-1967.

18 1601

Fleisher, Kristine D. (2 items), 1965-1975.

18 1602

Fleisher, Sydney R. (3 items), 1933-1943.

18 1603

Fletcher, John Gould (1886-1950) (75 items), 1927-1950, undated.

18 1604-1608

Fletcher, John W. (2 items), 1950-1951.

18 1609

Fletcher, William J. (1 item), 1976.

18 1611

Fleure, H. J. (Herbert John) (1877-1969) (1 item), 1961.

18 1612

Flexner, Abraham (1866-1959) (1 item), 1918.

18 1613

Florence, P. Sargant (Philip Sargant) (3 items), 1946-1948.

18 1615

Flynn, John Thomas (1883-1964) (14 items), 1936-1938.

18 1616

Foerster, Norman (1 item), 1948.

18 1617

Foley, Grover, correspondence to Lewis and Sophia Mumford from Foley and his wife, Toska Foley (a letter to Sophia Mumford dated September 4, 1990, includes photocopies of letters between Foley and Donald Miller) (62 items), 1973-1990, undated.

18 1618-1622

Folin, Laura Grant (1 item), 1944.

19 1623

Folsom, Marcia McClintock (1 item), 1982.

19 1624

Folsom, Michael Brewster (3 items), 1967.

19 1625

Fondation Simone et Cino del Duca (4 items), 1976.

19 1626

Fondazione Adriano Olivetti, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Massimo Fichera, general secretary (4 items), 1965.

19 1627

Fooks, Ernest (1 item), 1947.

19 1628

Foote, F. H. (3 items), 1939-1941.

19 1629

Foras Forbartha (National Institute for Physical Planning and Construction Research, Ireland), correspondence to Lewis Mumford from C. S. Curran, education and information officer (2 items), 1971-1976.

47 3513

Ford Foundation, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from W. McNeil Lowry, director of the Program in Humanities and the Arts (1 item), 1958.

19 1632

Ford, James (1884-1944) (1 item), 1939.

19 1631

Foreign Policy Association, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Vera Micheles Dean, research director (1 item), 1946.

19 1633

Foreman, Clark (1 item), 1965.

19 1634

Forman, Henry James (1879-1966) (1 item), 1926.

19 1636

Fort Hood 3 Defense Committee (1 item), 1966.

19 1638

Fortune, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Henry R. Luce, publisher, and Russell W. Davenport, chairman of the Board of Editors (3 items), 1932-1940.

19 1639

Forum (New York, N.Y. : 1886), correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Mitchell Kennerley, publisher, Bernard Dailey, and John Whedon (12 items), 1914-1928.

19 1640-1641

Foss, John (1 item), 1976.

19 1643

Foster and Ford Committee (1 item), 1932.

19 1647

Foster, Edward (2 items), 1945.

19 1644

Foster, Mark S. (1 item), 1977.

19 1646

Foulkes, William Hiram (1 item), 1940.

19 1648

Foundation for Integrated Education (1 item), 1949.

19 1649

Foundation for the Arts, Religion and Culture, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Truman B. Douglass, chairman of board of directors (1 item), 1963.

19 1650

Fourastié, Jean (2 items), 1943-1955.

19 1651

Foushee, Ola Maie (1905-1999) (1 item), 1949.

19 1652

Francastel, Pierre (5 items), 1960-1967.

19 1654

Franck, Carlludwig (117 items), 1947-1984, undated.

19 1655-1669

Franck, Louis R. (Louis Rosenstock) (1 item), 1936.

20 1670

Frank Seaman Incorporated, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Thomas Erwin, director of service (1 item), 1927.

20 1688

Frank, Alma (1 item), 1937.

20 1671

Frank, Jean (4 items), 1967-1970.

20 1672

Frank, Jerome David (1 item), 1957.

20 1673

Frank, Jerome N. (1889-1957) (1 item), 1939.

20 1674

Frank, Lawrence K. (Lawrence Kelso) (1890-1968) (1 item), 1967.

20 1675

Frank, Waldo David (1889-1967), correspondence, one item on the letterhead of and concerning the periodical The Seven Arts, with which Waldo Frank was connected (271 items), 1916-1966.

20 1676-1687

Frankel, Charles (1917-1979) (1 item), 1956.

20 1689

Frankel, Mortimer (1 item), 1962.

20 1690

Frankfurter, Estelle (1 item), 1918.

20 1691

Frankfurter, Felix (1882-1965) (4 items), 1928-1942.

20 1692

Franklin Book Programs (1 item), 1964.

20 1699

Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial Commission, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Pietro Belluschi, chairman, Jury of Award, and Francis Biddle, chairman (6 items), 1957-1958, undated.

20 1696

Franklin Inn Club, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Willard C. Shepard, secretary (1 item), 1954.

20 1697

Franklin Library (1 item), 1980.

20 1698

Franklin, Adele (1 item), 1952.

20 1693

Franklin, Dwight (3 items), 1918-1922.

20 1694

Franklin, Robert Dumont (1 item), 1972.

20 1695

Franks, Judith Anshen (1 item), 1972.

20 1700

Fraser, Scott (1 item), 1982.

20 1701

Fredenthal, David (1914-1958) (1 item), 1938.

20 1702

Frederick Law Olmsted Association, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from William Alex, director, and Robert W. Heidrich (2 items), 1971-1979.

20 1703

Free America (Youth Committee Against Fascism), correspondence to Lewis Mumford from George Weller, on behalf of Free America (3 items), 1938.

20 1704

Freedom House (U.S.), correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Herbert Agar, president, William Agar, educational director, and George Field, executive secretary (4 items), 1942-1947.

20 1707

Freedom Press, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Colin Ward, on behalf of Freedom Press (2 items), 1948.

20 1708

Freeman, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Albert Jay Nock and Suzanne La Follette, editors (13 items), 1919-1924, undated.

20 1711

Freeman, Joseph (1897-1965) (2 items), 1934.

20 1709

Freeman, Miller (1875-1955) (1 item), 1943.

20 1710

Freeport Sulphur Company (1 item), 1942.

20 1713

Fremantle, Anne Jackson (1909-2002) (1 item), 1951.

20 1712

Fremd, Don (8 items), 1949-1953.

20 1714

French, Jere Stuart (1 item), 1971.

20 1716

French-Polish Committee for the Intellectuals' World Congress for Peace (2 items), 1948.

20 1717

Friedman, Arnold (1874-1946) (1 item), 1935.

20 1718

Friedmann, Georges (1902-1977) (3 items), 1962-1971.

20 1720

Friedmann, John (6 items), 1944-1971.

20 1721

Friedrich, Carl J. (Carl Joachim) (1901-1984) (4 items), 1961.

20 1722

Friends of Russian Freedom (1 item), 1949.

20 1724

Frimet, Hillel (3 items), 1950-1959.

20 1726

Fritchman, Stephen H. (Stephen Hole) (1902-1981) (1 item), 1965.

20 1727

Fromm, Annis (1 item), 1980.

20 1729

Fromm, Erich (1900-1980) (49 items), 1955-1977.

20 1730-1734

Frommer, Marie (2 items), 1950-1957.

20 1735

Fronte per la Difesa di Venezia, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Adolfo Navarro Flores, member (3 items), 1970.

20 1737

Frontier (Maribor, Slovenia), correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Phil Kerby, editor (1 item), 1957.

20 1739

Frontier and Midland, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from H. G. Merriam, editor (1 item), 1932.

20 1738

Frost, Robert (1874-1963) (2 items), 1927-1928.

21 1741

Fry, Elisabeth (2 items), 1937-1942.

21 1743

Fukukama, Tatsuo (1919-1968) (1 item), 1955.

21 1744

Fuller, Charles F. (1 item), 1948.

21 1746

Fuller, R. Buckminster (Richard Buckminster) (1895-1983) (1 item), undated.

21 1747

Fuller, Walter (20 items), 1919-1925, undated.

21 1748

Fulmer, Otis Kline (1 item), 1941.

21 1750

Fulton, Leonard V. (1 item), 1963.

21 1751

Furst, Henry François Amédée (1 item), 1944.

21 1753

Futures, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Ivan F. Klimes, assistant editor (1 item), 1973.

21 1754

G. Fischer, Verlag (1 item), 1925.

21 1755

G. P. Putnam's Sons (1 item), 1923.

21 1756

Gabo, Naum (1890-1977), correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Gabo and his wife, Miriam Gabo (76 items), 1935-1986.

21 1757-1760

Gabor, Dennis (1900-1979) (16 items), 1966-1971.

21 1761

Gadd, Sam (1 item), 1952.

21 1762

Gaillard, John (1 item), 1936.

21 1763

Galantay, Ervin Y. (1 item), 1966.

21 1764

Galarza, Ernesto (2 items), 1947-1948.

21 1765

Gale, C. Jeffrey (1 item), 1965.

21 1766

Gallagher, Buell G. (Buell Gordon) (1904-1978) (1 item), 1947.

21 1767

Gallagher, Glen J. B. (1 item), 1975.

21 1768

Gallery of Modern Life, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Raymond O'Neil, director (1 item), 1933.

21 1771

Gallery, Daniel V. (1 item), 1949.

21 1769

Gallery, John Andrew (10 items), 1979-1981.

21 1770

Galsworthy, John (1867-1933) (1 item), 1922.

21 1772

Gane, Crofton E. (1 item), 1957.

21 1775

Gans, Herbert J. (4 items), 1957-1975.

21 1776

Garabetyan, Mihran (10 items), 1969-1984.

21 1778

Garber, John M. (1 item), 1960.

21 1779

Garbrecht, Dietrich (1 item), 1983.

21 1780

Garden Journal, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Elaine C. Cherry, editor (1 item), 1968.

21 1781

Gardiner, Margaret (1 item), 1967.

21 1782

Garland, Hamlin (1860-1940) (1 item), 1931.

21 1784

Garrett Theological Seminary (1 item), 1946.

21 1786

Gaskill, Nelson Burr (1 item), 1929.

21 1787

Gass, Sherlock Bronson (1878-1945) (1 item), 1941.

21 1788

Gates, Arnold (1 item), 1939.

21 1789

Gauld, Charles A. (1 item), 1970.

21 1790

Gaulocher, Archibald (3 items), 1959-1968.

21 1791

Gaus, John Merriman (1864-1969) (7 items), 1930-1947.

21 1792

Gazette and Daily, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from David Wesley, editorial page editor (1 item), 1959.

21 1793

Gazette des Beaux-Arts, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Douglas MacAgy (1 item), 1959.

21 1794

Geddes, Arthur (43 items), 1923-1968, undated.

21 1796-1800

Geddes, Colin (1 item), 1968.

21 1801

Geddes, Jeannie Collin (21 items), 1947-1983.

21 1802

Geddes, Patrick (1854-1932), a large portion of correspondence on the letterhead of and concerning the various organizations to which Patrick Geddes belonged (94 items), 1916-1932, undated.

21 1803-1807

Geddes, Patrick (1854-1932), a large portion of correspondence on the letterhead of and concerning the various organizations to which Patrick Geddes belonged (94 items), 1916-1932, undated.

22 1808-1811

Geddes, R. Richard (21 items), 1963-1984.

22 1812

Geddes, Virgil (1897-1989), correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Geddes and his wife, Minna Geddes (3 items), 1922, undated.

22 1813

Geist und Wahrheit, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Nathaniel Micklem, English editor (1 item), 1927.

22 1815

Gekle, William F. (William Francis) (1 item), 1979.

22 1816

Gelbin, Allan (1 item), 1969.

22 1817

Genootschap Nederland-Engeland, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Paul Kessler, secretary to the Hague branch (1 item), 1946.

22 1818

George J. McLeod, Limited (1 item), 1946.

22 1820

George, Robert Esmonde Gordon, (also known by the pen name Robert Sencourt) (6 items), 1929.

22 1819

Georgia Institute of Technology, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Edwin D. Harrison, president (1 item), 1968.

22 1821

Gerard, Gabrielle (3 items), 1949-1961.

22 1822

Gergely, Leopold H. (2 items), 1945-1948.

22 1823

Gergon, Mark (2 items), 1971-1972.

22 1824

Germann, Mathilda Wittenberg (7 items), 1922-1984, undated.

22 1826

Geyer, Harold C. (1 item), 1940.

22 1827

Ghana Academy of Sciences, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Fred T. Sai, interim honorary secretary (1 item), 1968.

22 1828

Ghanekar, V. K. (Venkatesh Keshav) (1 item), 1965.

22 1829

Gibson, Daniel (1 item), 1949.

22 1830

Gibson, Deloraine (1 item), 1946.

22 1831

Gibson, William (3 items), undated.

22 1832

Giedion, S. (Sigfried) (1888-1968) (9 items), 1940-1965.

22 1833

Gilbert, Edwin (1 item), 1954.

22 1836

Gilbert, Katharine Everett (1886-1952) (3 items), 1950-1952.

22 1837

Gilfond, Duff (1 item), 1963.

22 1838

Gilk, Buckley Paul (1 item), 1979.

22 1839

Gill, Logan B. (1 item), 1965.

22 1841

Gill, Richard T. (6 items), 1968-1970.

22 1840

Giller, Jascha (5 items), 1949, undated.

22 1842

Gillett, Nicholas (1 item), 1957.

22 1843

Gilliam, Harold (2 items), 1965-1968.

22 1844

Giordani, Pierluigi (1 item), 1962.

22 1847

Giovanni, Pesce (1 item), 1979.

22 1848

Giriragi, V. (2 items), 1981-1983.

22 1849

Girl Scouts of the United States of America (1 item), 1948.

22 1850

Glacken, Clarence J. (2 items), 1956-1961.

22 1852

Glasgow (Scotland). Office of Public Works, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Robert Bruce, master of works and city engineer (1 item), 1946.

22 1853

Glickman, Maurice (1 item), 1966.

22 1856

Glicksberg, Charles Irving (3 items), 1937-1949.

22 1857

Glickstein, Hyman (1 item), 1935.

22 1858

Glikson, Andrew (16 items), 1962-1980, undated.

22 1859

Glikson, Artur (42 items), 1950-1966, undated.

22 1860-1863

Glikson, Regina (1 item), undated.

22 1864

Glintenkamp, Hendrik (2 items), 1932-1937.

22 1865

Globe, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Bruce Bliven, managing editor (2 items), 1921.

22 1866

Goble, Margaret (1 item), 1970.

22 1869

Goblot, Henri (2 items), 1962.

22 1870

Godsoe, George (2 items), 1956.

22 1871

Gofman, John W. (1 item), 1978.

22 1873

Goist, Park Dixon (7 items), 1966-1974.

22 1874

Golany, Gideon (5 items), 1974-1975.

22 1875

Gold, Michael (1893-1967), a portion of correspondence on the letterhead of and concerning the periodical New Masses of which Gold (also known as Irving Granich) was an editor (11 items), 1922-1934, undated.

23 1876

Goldbeck, Cecil (5 items), 1924-1942.

23 1877

Goldbeck, Eva (24 items), 1922-1936.

23 1878-1879

Golding, Henry J. (d.1931) (1 item), 1927.

23 1880

Golding, Samuel H. (1 item), 1934.

23 1881

Goldman, Eric Frederick (1915-1989) (1 item), 1964.

23 1883

Goldschmidt, Neil E. (1 item), 1972.

23 1885

Gollay, Jacqueline (1 item), 1976.

23 1888

Good Housekeeping, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Max Wilkinson (4 items), 1944.

23 1889

Goodman, Ronald (28 items), 1956-1967.

23 1892-1893

Goodrich Social Settlement (1 item), 1956.

23 1896

Goodrich, Lloyd (1897-1987) (1 item), 1934.

23 1894

Goodwin, Philip Lippincott (2 items), 1939-1940.

23 1897

Goodyear, Robert (1 item), undated.

23 1898

Gordon, Jesse (1 item), 1952.

23 1899

Gordon, Mitchell, a portion of correspondence on the letterhead of and concerning the Wall Street Journal, of which Gordon was an editor (3 items), 1967-1975.

23 1900

Gorman, Thomas (3 items), 1936, undated.

23 1901

Gorn, Janice L. (5 items), 1953.

23 1902

Gorsline, Douglas W. (1 item), 1937.

23 1903

Gospel Messenger, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Desmond W. Bittinger, editor (1 item), 1946.

23 1904

Gottlieb, Manuel (2 items), 1958, undated.

23 1905

Gould, Joe (9 items), 1933-1945.

23 1906

Gould, Wallace (4 items), 1929-1930.

23 1908

Gouldner, Alvin Ward (1 item), 1949.

23 1909

Gowans, Alan (2 items), 1966-1975.

23 1910

Graham, David L. (1 item), 1965.

23 1913

Graham, Eleanor (1 item), 1942.

23 1914

Graham, Michael (1898-1972), correspondence to Lewis, Sophia and Alison Mumford from Graham and his wife, Edith Graham (48 items), 1949-1972, undated.

23 1915-1917

Granada Television, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Gerald Barry (4 items), 1961.

23 1918

Grand Coulee (Wash.). Municipal Government (1 item), 1953.

23 1919

Grand Prix Internationale d'Urbanisme et d'Architecture, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from J. Betourne (1 item), 1968.

23 1920

Grani, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from V. Poremsky (1 item), 1977.

23 1921

Grant Duff, Ursula (Lubbock) (2 items), 1946-1957.

23 1922

Grattan, Clinton Hartley (5 items), 1924-1929.

23 1923

Gray, Richard (2 items), 1975, undated.

23 1924

Graybeal, David M. (1 item), 1967.

23 1925

Great Britain. Central Office of Information (1 item), 1946.

23 1926

Great Britain. Consulate-General (San Francisco), correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Godfrey A. Fisher (1 item), 1944.

23 1927

Great Britain. Department of Health for Scotland, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Frank J. Connell, New Town Section, Planning Division (1 item), 1948.

23 1928

Great Britain. Embassy (U.S.), correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Peter Ramsbotham (2 items), 1975.

23 1929

Great Britain. Home Office (1 item), 1920.

23 1930

Great Britain. Ministry of Housing and Local Government, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from S. L. G. Beaufoy, Ministry of Housing and Local Government, and R. T. Kennedy, Ministry of Town and Country Planning (4 items), 1948-1952.

23 1931

Great Britain. Ministry of Labour and National Service (1 item), 1920.

23 1932

Great Ideas Today, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Peter Wolff, executive editor (1 item), 1961.

16 1438

Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Brooke Lappin, director, The Philadelphia Festival, and Henry E. Putsch, executive director, Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance (1 item), 1976.

23 1933

Greco, Fara M. (1 item), 1973.

23 1934

Greeley, William Roger (6 items), 1933-1946.

23 1935-1936

Green, Milton (1 item), 1923.

23 1937

Green, Sheila Greenwald, correspondence to Lewis and Sophia Mumford from Green and her husband, George E. Green (12 items), 1956-1982, undated.

23 1938

Greenbaum, Dorothea S. (1 item), undated.

23 1939

Greene, Felix (2 items), 1965-1966.

23 1940

Greene, Graham (1904-1991) (1 item), 1965.

23 1941

Greene, Maxine (1 item), 1948.

23 1942

Greene, Rosalind Huidekoper (1 item), 1946.

23 1943

Greene, Theodore Meyer (1 item), 1952.

23 1944

Greenwald, H, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Greenwald and his wife, Julie Greenwald (1 item), undated.

23 1947

Greenwich Village Theatre (1 item), 1917.

23 1948

Greenwood Press (Westport, Conn), correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Evelyn S. Kirste, reprints manager (3 items), 1982.

24 1950

Greenwood, Georgianna (1 item), 1965.

23 1949

Greer, Guy (1 item), 1946.

24 1951

Gregory, Alyse (1884-1967) (29 items), 1932-1962, undated.

24 1954-1955

Gregory, Horace (1898-1982) (14 items), 1931-1970.

24 1956

Gregory, Marya (4 items), 1936, undated.

24 1958

Grieder, Terence (1 item), 1975.

24 1960

Griffing, Gus (3 items), 1940-1944.

24 1962

Grinnell College, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Howard R. Bowen, president, and Paul G. Kuntz, Noble Professor of Philosophy (4 items), 1957-1963.

24 1967

Grolier Society of Australia (1 item), 1946.

24 1968

Grollman, Taza (1 item), undated.

24 1969

Gropius, Walter (1883-1969), correspondence to Lewis and Sophia Mumford from Gropius and his wife, Ise Gropius (5 items), 1928-1940.

24 1970

Gross, Martin (2 items), 1961.

24 1972

Grossel, Ed, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Grossel and his wife, Nettie Grossel (1 item), 1957.

24 1973

Grossman, Jerome (1 item), 1967.

24 1974

Grossman, Max (7 items), 1951-1973.

24 1975

Grossman, Richard (1 item), 1978.

24 1977

Grosz, George (1893-1959) (1 item), 1935.

24 1978

Grothendieck, A. (Alexandre) (2 items), 1971.

24 1979

Grottano, Luke, correspondence to Lewis and Sophia Mumford from Grottano and his wife, Gail Grottano (8 items), 1975-1981.

24 1980

Grove Press (1 item), 1959.

24 1981

Gruen, Victor (1903-1980) (1 item), 1963.

24 1982

Gruening, Ernest (1887-1974) (1 item), 1967.

24 1983

Gruenther, Alfred M. (Alfred Maximilian) (1899-1983) (1 item), 1950.

24 1984

Grundy, Kenneth W. (1 item), 1976.

24 1985

Grunsfeld, Mary-Jane (Loeb), correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Grunsfeld and her husband, Ernest Grunsfeld (4 items), 1927-1960, undated.

24 1986

Guardian, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Harry Alan Potamkin, managing editor (1 item), 1924.

24 1988

Guérard, Albert Léon (1880-1959) (10 items), 1923-1954, undated.

24 1989

Guillemin, Bernard (1 item), 1979.

24 1991

Gulick, Luther Halsey (1892-1993) (3 items), 1938.

24 1992

Gunderson, Harriet Elizabeth Adams (2 items), undated.

24 1994

Gupta, Sushil K. (1 item), 1975.

24 1995

Gurewich, Vladimir (21 items), 1950-1968.

24 1997

Gutheim, Frederick Albert (15 items), 1929-1980.

24 2000

Guthrie, William Norman (1868-1944), correspondence on the letterhead of and concerning St. Mark's in-the-Bowery of which William Norman Guthrie was rector (4 items), 1930-1936.

24 2001

Gutkind, Erwin Anton (1886-1968) (15 items), 1941-1964.

24 2002

Gutkind, Peter Claus Wolfgang, correspondence to Lewis and Sophia Mumford from Gutkind and his wife, Alice Gutkind (4 items), 1975-1990, undated.

24 2003

Gwynn, Ellen (1 item), undated.

24 2004

H. Aschehoug & co (W. Nygaard) (1 item), 1951.

24 2004

H. P. Leopolds Uitgevers Maatschappij (3 items), 1945-1946.

24 2005

Haagenslas, Christian (1 item), 1951.

24 2006

Habe, Hans (1911-1977) (1 item), 1941.

24 2008

Haersler, Lucy (1 item), 1960.

24 2009

Hagedorn, Hermann (1882-1964), a portion of correspondence on the letterhead of and concerning the Theodore Roosevelt Centennial Commission of which Hagedorn was director (10 items), 1940-1958, undated.

24 2010

Hageraals, H. (1 item), 1947.

24 2011

Hale, Nancy (1908-1988) (1 item), 1964.

24 2014

Hale, Nathan Cabot (2 items), 1964.

24 2015

Hale, William Harlan (1910-1974), correspondence concerning The Harkness Hoot, a periodical edited and published by Hale in New Haven, Ct (1 item), 1930.

24 2016

Hall, Louise, correspondence on the letterhead of and concerning the Society of Architectural Historians, with which Hall was associated (1 item), 1949.

24 2017

Halliday, John (1 item), 1964.

24 2019

Halsey, Courtlandt Van R. (16 items), 1954-1983, undated.

24 2022

Halsey, Edwin (6 items), 1947-1949.

24 2023

Hamblen, Emily S. (16 items), 1929-1950, undated.

24 2024

Hambly, Edmund H. (3 items), 1946.

24 2025

Hamilton College (Clinton, N.Y.), correspondence to Lewis Mumford from W. H. Cowley, president (3 items), 1939-1941.

24 2028

Hamilton, Edith (1867-1963) (4 items), 1933-1935.

24 2026

Hamilton, William Hughes (2 items), 1947.

24 2027

Hamlin, Talbot (1889-1956), large portion of correspondence concerning the book, Forms and Functions of Twentieth-Century Architecture (New York, Columbia University Press, 1952), which was edited by Hamlin and to which Lewis Mumford contributed (13 items), 1941-1951.

24 2030

Hammer, Victor Karl (1882-1967), correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Hammer and his wife, Carolyn R. Hammer (20 items), 1939-1983.

24 2031-2032

Haneman, Frederick Theodore (1 item), 1935.

24 2034

Hansen, Harry (1 item), 1931.

24 2035

Hansen, Hazel Dorothy (1 item), 1942.

24 2036

Hapgood, Hutchins (1869-1944) (1 item), 1941.

24 2038

Haratonik, Peter (5 items), 1976-1982.

24 2039

Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from various members of the staff (the company name changed during the course of this correspondence: Harcourt, Brace and Company, Inc. from 1922 to1960; Harcourt, Brace & World, Inc. from 1961 to June 1970 ; and Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Inc. from July 1970 to 1981) (478 items), 1922-1981.

25 2042-2067

Harcourt, Alfred (1881-1954), correspondence to Lewis Mumford fromHarcourt and his wife, Ellen Harcourt (5 items), 1940-1954.

25 2041

Harder, James Albert (1 item), 1961.

26 2068

Hardin, Herschel (1 item), 1960.

26 2069

Hardman, Jacob Benjamin Salutsky (1882-1968) (1 item), 1930.

26 2070

Hardy, M. S. (1 item), 1920.

26 2071

Hare, Michael Meredith (1909-1968) (5 items), 1935-1956.

26 2072

Haretons (1 item), 1979.

26 2073

Harlem Valley Railroad Club, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Keith F. Steltz, publicity chairman and founder (1 item), 1960.

26 2074

Harlem Valley Transportation Association (1 item), 1971.

26 2075

Harmon Foundation, Inc., correspondence to Lewis Mumford from George E. Haynes, Commission on Church and Race Relations (1 item), undated.

26 2077

Harper & Row, Publishers, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from various members of the staff (the company name changed during this correspondence: Harper & Brothers from 1925 to 1956 and Harper & Row, Publishers from 1971 to 1981) (33 items), 1925-1981.

26 2079-2080

Harper's Magazine, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from John Fischer and Robert B. Silvers, editors (4 items), 1954-1962.

26 2081

Harrington, Evans (1 item), 1966.

26 2083

Harris, Joseph (1 item), 1962.

26 2086

Harris, Raymond (2 items), 1978-1982.

26 2087

Harriton, Abraham (2 items), 1934-1965.

26 2089

Harrower, Rexford (2 items), 1967-1968.

26 2090

Hart, Alfred L. (1 item), 1980.

26 2091

Hart, Joseph Kinmont (5 items), 1924-1945.

26 2092

Hartman, Bertram (1 item), 1958.

26 2093

Hartman, Edward T. (4 items), 1928-1932.

26 2094

Hartman, Horace W. (1 item), 1936.

26 2095

Hartman, John (1 item), 1976.

26 2096

Hartshorne, Charles (1897-2000) (1 item), 1935.

26 2097

Hartung, H. (Horst) (1 item), 1964.

26 2098

Hartz, J. L. (2 items), 1965.

26 2099

Harvard Divinity School, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from James R. Adams and Harvey G. Cox (2 items), 1957-1968.

26 2102

Harvard Medical School, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Robert H. Ebert, dean (1 item), 1966.

26 2104

Harvard University, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from various members of the faculty and administration (13 items), 1938-1974.

26 2100

Harvard University. Department of Sociology, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from P. A. Sorokin, chairman (1 item), 1940.

26 2101

Harvard University. Graduate School of Design, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from various members (15 items), 1924-1982.

26 2103

Harvard University. Nieman Foundation, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Louis M. Lyons, assistant curator, and Dwight E. Sargent, curator (includes a letter from Reginald R. Isaacs, chairman, Department of City Planning and Landscape Architecture, Graduate School of Design, Harvard University, to Louis M. Lyons, praising Lewis Mumford) (3 items), 1939-1969.

26 2105

Harvard University. Press, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from various members (9 items), 1939-1962.

26 2111

Harvard University. Program on Technology and Society, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Emmanuel G. Mesthene, director (1 item), 1969.

26 2106

Harvard University. Summer School of Arts and Sciences and of Education, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Thomas E. Crooks, director (1 item), 1961.

26 2109

Harvard University. University Committee on the Objectives of a General Education, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Byron S. Hollinshead, member (2 items), 1944.

26 2110

Harvey, Dorothy Dudley (1 item), 1932.

26 2112

Harvill Press Ltd, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from M. Harari, director (3 items), 1947-1950, undated.

26 2113

Haskell, Douglas Putnam (1899-1979) (20 items), 1924-1975, undated.

26 2114-2115

Haskell, Edward Froelich (2 items), 1948.

26 2116

Hasse, Adelaide Rosalia (1868-1953) (2 items), 1917.

26 2118

Hassell, Elizabeth (2 items), 1945-1946.

26 2119

Hatcher, Doris (7 items), 1965-1976.

26 2120

Hatfield, Margaret (1 item), 1925.

26 2121

Havens, Teresina Rowell (1 item), 1948.

26 2122

Havighurst, Robert James (1 item), 1937.

26 2123

Hawaii Housing Authority, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Charles J. Pietsch, chairman (2 items), 1938.

26 2125

Hawaii Observer, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Tuck Newport (2 items), 1975.

26 2126

Hawaii. Constitutional Convention (1950), correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Nils P. Larsen, Fourth Representative District (1 item), 1950.

26 2124

Hawaii. Territorial Planning Office, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from J. F. Kunesh, director (2 items), 1939.

26 2127

Hawaiian Pineapple Company, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Atherton Richards, president, and Harry S. Bent and Dorothy McGuire (4 items), 1938.

26 2128

Haweis, Stephen (2 items), 1927.

26 2129

Hawes, Phil (1 item), 1970.

26 2130

Hawkins, Merrill Lawrence (2 items), 1960.

26 2131

Haworth, Elizabeth A. (1 item), 1945.

26 2132

Hayakawa, S. I. (Samuel Ichiyé) (1906-1992) (1 item), undated.

26 2133

Haycock, Jill Moore (2 items), 1953-1959.

26 2134

Hayes, William Christopher (1903-1963) (2 items), 1960-1961.

26 2136

Haythornthwaite, Frank (1 item), 1952.

26 2137

Hazlitt, Henry (1894-1993) (13 items), 1914-1975, undated.

26 2139-2140

Hazzard, Shirley, letter to Lewis Mumford, co-authored by Shirley Hazzard and Francis Steegmuller (1 item), 1975.

26 2141

Healey, Robert M. (1 item), 1960.

26 2142

Heard, Gerald (1889-1971) (1 item), 1963.

26 2145

Heason, Herbert William (2 items), 1968.

26 2146

Heath, Ogden (1 item), 1945.

26 2147

Heath, Winifred (1 item), 1952.

26 2148

Heathcote, Mary T. (1 item), 1965.

26 2149

Heating, Piping and Air Conditioning, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from C. M. Burnam, Jr., engineering editor (1 item), 1937.

27 2150

Hecht, Selig (1892-1947) (1 item), 1946.

27 2151

Hedges, Marion Hawthorne (1888-1959) (1 item), 1940.

27 2152

Hedgpeth, Joel W. (Joel Walker) (1911-2006) (2 items), 1946.

27 2153

Hefter, Joseph Otmar (2 items), 1938-1940.

27 2154

Hegland, Edwina Kenney (1 item), 1944.

27 2158

Helburn, W. (1 item), 1928.

27 2162

Hellman, Lillian (1905-1984) (2 items), 1965-1979.

27 2163

Hemel Hempstead Development Corporation (1 item), 1957.

27 2164

Henderson, James Lambdin (born 1887) (52 items), 1920-1969, undated.

27 2167-2168

Hennacy, Ammon (1893-1970) (5 items), 1945-1970.

27 2169

Hennig, Hildegard (1 item), 1937.

27 2170

Hennig, Rudolf (1 item), 1937.

27 2171

Henrickson, Merle E. (2 items), 1944-1945.

27 2173

Hentoff, Nat (2 items), 1965.

27 2174

Henvaux, Emile (2 items), 1966.

27 2175

Herbert, Gilbert (2 items), 1963-1974.

27 2177

Herbst, Gerard (7 items), 1966-1979.

27 2178

Here and Now, correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Paul Arthur (1 item), 1948.

27 2179

Heron, Tom M. (9 items), 1946-1964.

27 2181

Hersey, John (2 items), 1965.

27 2183

Herter Norton, Mary Dows (2 items), 1941.

27 2185

Herter, Christian A. (