Harry S. Truman Presidential Library and Museum


Records of the Democratic National Committee

Dates: 1940-1963.
Bulk Date Span: 1944-1956.

The Records of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) include materials created or accumulated by officials of the DNC. The collection includes newspaper clippings, magazine articles, correspondence, handwritten notes, legal documents, financial records, speeches, transcripts of proceedings, and other printed material. The majority of the collection is comprised of articles and clippings related to the DNC.

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ADMINISTRATIVE INFORMATION

Size: 97 linear feet, 7 linear inches.
Access: Open.
Copyright: No donation of copyright was received with this collection. Copyright interest in documents presumably belongs to the creators of those documents, or their heirs.
Processed by: Erwin Mueller (1966); Sharie Simon, Jim Armistead (2011).


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ORGANIZATIONAL NOTE

The Democratic National Committee (DNC) is the principal governing body of the Democratic Party. The DNC supports the Democratic Party's candidates for public office, and oversees the preparation of the Party's platform and the holding of its national convention every four years.

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COLLECTION DESCRIPTION

The Records of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) contain materials relating to the operations of the DNC, mostly dating from 1944 to 1956. There are three series in the collection. Of the 223 boxes in the DNC Records, the first 194 comprise the first series, the Library Clippings Files, which mostly concern the affairs of the Democratic Party and national and international affairs during the late 1940s and early 1950s. This series includes a large amount of information on Harry S. Truman, and smaller amounts of information on Thomas E. Dewey, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Guy G. Gabrielson, Douglas MacArthur, Joseph R. McCarthy, J. Howard McGrath, Frank E. McKinney, William O'Dwyer, Harold E. Stassen, Adlai E. Stevenson, and Robert A. Taft. It also includes sections on the Democratic Party, foreign affairs, and state politics. (The alphabetically-arranged folders for the states of Alabama through Oklahoma were missing from this series when the records were accessioned by the Harry S. Truman Library).

Included in the Library Clippings Files are magazine and newspaper articles as well as other printed materials relating to a wide range of domestic and international topics. There are articles and clippings from several major publications, such as Life magazine and the New York Times. The series contains information on the campaigns and political activities of such figures as Truman, Dewey, Eisenhower, MacArthur, Stevenson, and Taft. Other clippings toward the end of the series relate to some of the major political issues of the Truman administration, such as the American Medical Association and health policy, the European Recovery Program, price controls, Japan, and Korea.

The next 22 boxes in the collection comprise the second series, the General Files. The General Files contain correspondence and printed materials concerning appointments to government jobs, records of contributions and contributors from the 1944 Presidential campaign, and information concerning the use of publicity and the media in campaigns. Included in this series are two letters signed by Congressman (later President) John F. Kennedy, as well as documentation of Senator (later President) Lyndon B. Johnson's use of various radio stations in Texas to promote himself. Also included is a series of eleven "Files of the Facts" which attempt to show the advantages of the Democratic Party. One note from a contributor includes a reference to President Franklin D. Roosevelt's dog Fala.

The last seven boxes make up the third series, the Proceedings Files. This series is composed of material photocopied from original records at the John F. Kennedy Library. It contains transcripts of proceedings of Democratic National Conventions and Convention-related committees, and transcripts of meetings of the DNC and its subordinate and related organizations, such as the Executive Committee and the Credentials Committee. Included is information concerning the resignation of DNC Chairman William Boyle and Democratic Party activities before and after various elections.

The Truman Library also has the papers of DNC Chairmen William Boyle and Stephen Mitchell, and DNC Vice Chairman India Edwards.

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SERIES DESCRIPTIONS

Container Nos.Series
1-194LIBRARY CLIPPINGS FILES, 1944-1963
Magazine and newspaper articles as well as other printed material which relate to a wide range of both domestic and international topics. Arranged alphabetically.
195-216 GENERAL FILES, 1940-1952
Documents relating to appointments, speeches, press releases, donation records as well as other printed material affiliated with the Democratic National Committee. Arranged alphabetically within each sub-series.
217-223 PROCEEDINGS FILES, 1944-1955
Material which was transferred to the Harry S. Truman Library from the John F. Kennedy Library which relates to the proceedings and meetings of the Democratic National Committee. Arranged alphabetically.

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FOLDER TITLE LIST

    LIBRARY CLIPPINGS FILES, 1944-1963
Box 1
    HARRY S. TRUMAN FILE
    Appreciations
  • Truman Record--Francis De Sales Ryan
  • Economic Policy
  • Foreign Policy
  • Exponent of Fair Play--His Mother
  • "He Doesn't Duck Issues" --Editorial--Washington Post
  • "Average American" --Ken G. Crawford--New York Post
  • As a Man of Principles--Irving S. Brant
  • As a Man of Integrity--Senator Carl Hatch
  • "He's Got What it Takes" --Unknown Neighbor--New York Times
  • "His Confident Optimism" --Editorial--New York Times
  • "No Wonderman, Plain American" --Westbrook Pegler
  • "Shy, but Not Afraid" --Roy Roberts--Kansas City Star
  • "Son of the Soil" --Edward R. Shauffler
  • "Strong, Very Clever Man" --Pope Pius XII
  • "Truman's 1st Year in the White House" --Address--Clara DeVittis
  • His Economic and Peace Leadership--Source Record File
  • His Spiritual and Religious Strains--Source Record File
  • Appreciation of Truman Committee--Diary of Democracy--H. L. Toulmin
  • Truman Story by Francis De Sales Ryan
    Biographical Data: General
  • Truman Source Record File
  • Truman's Complete Biography
  • P.M. Articles on Truman (December 1945)
  • Health--July 1946
  • 63rd Birthday--May 8, 1947
  • 64th Birthday--May 8, 1948
  • 65th Birthday--May 8, 1949
  • 67th Birthday--May 8, 1951
  • Threats Against Truman's Life
  • Truman--Best Man at Clark Wedding, October 6, 1945
  • Story of Truman--Comic Book Form--1948 Campaign
  • Human Interest Stories--Indian Burial
  • Hobbies
  • Truman--Gifts
  • County Judge
  • U.S. Senator
  • Voting Record
  • Truman Investigating Committee
Box 2
  • Businessman in Kansas City
  • Small Businessman--Sylvia Porter in New York Post, March 16, 1949
  • Received 33rd Degree in Masons
  • Membership in Organizations--Joins American Veterans Committee
  • Farmer
  • Piano Player
  • Soldier
  • 35th Division Reunion--June 28, 1947
  • Intimate Facts--Hobbies
  • Anecdotes
  • Trumanisms
  • Family--J.V. Truman (Brother)
  • Family--Martha Truman (Mother)
  • Relatives of the Truman Family
  • Hometown--Appropriations for A.F.B. (October 1951)
  • Non-Union Painter "Incident"
  • Criticism of Fast Driving, July 1945
  • White House Automobiles
  • Plane
  • Railroad Car
  • Yacht
  • Dog
  • Books on Truman and His Administration
  • Appointments--Nominations
  • White House Balcony
  • White House, Moves Into Newly Redecorated
  • Secret Service Guard
  • Salary (Jonathan Daniel's Article)
  • Truman Quotes
  • Truman Museum Suggested for Missouri
  • Truman--Pioneer American Stock
  • Truman, the Man
  • Truman--Human Interest Stories
  • "Meet Harry S. Truman--Eaton and Hart Biography
  • Chicago Sun Times Series--February 1949
  • Truman's Home Town
Box 3
  • Surprise Visit to the Senate
  • "Hard Rock Club" --Time Magazine--Newspaper Clippings
    Honorary Degrees
  • William Jewell College, May 20, 1946
  • University of Kansas, June 29, 1947
  • Fordham University, May 11, 1946
  • Princeton University, June 16, 1947
  • Baylor University, Waco, Texas, March 4, 1947
  • Rollins College, Winter Park, Florida, March 8, 1949
  • University of Missouri, June 9, 1950
    Letters
  • General
  • To Congressman Gordon L. McDonough Concerning Marine Corps, September 1950
  • "Dog Catcher" Incident with John L. Lewis, October 6, 1950
  • To Music Critic on Margaret Truman's Singing, December 8, 1950
  • To Congressman Edward Hebert Concerning Day of Prayer Proclamation, December 1950
  • The Executive Papers
  • "President's Team" --U.S. News and World Report, May 12, 1950
    Magazine Articles
  • Mr. President by William Hillman
  • The Man of Independence by Jonathan Daniels
  • Organizational Notees--Truman--Magazine Feature Article
  • Fortune Article on Truman, July 1945
  • Time Magazine, April 23, 1945
  • Truman Becomes President--Democratic Digest, May 1945
  • Truman's First week in Office--Life
  • Truman Article by Richard Rovene--Harper's, July 1948
  • Truman Article by J. H. McGrath, Saturday Evening Post, October 2, 1948
  • "Truman and His Friends--Look , by Marquis Childs
  • "Man of the Year" --Time, January 3, 1949
  • "Politician Extraordinary" --New York Times, May 7, 1950
  • Film on Truman's Life--Life--1948 Campaign
  • "Can We Afford Truman?" --Look, June 20, 1950
  • "How Harry S. Truman Does His Job" --Alfred Steinberg, Saturday Evening Post, March 3 and March 10, 1951
  • The Truman Merry-Go-Round
  • "Story of Truman and His Father" by Bela Kernitzer, Parents Magazine, March 1951
  • "The Men Around Truman" --St. Louis Star-Times
  • "Scandals of Washington" --U.S. News and World Report, March 16, 1951
Box 4
  • What Truman Would Do to Congress" by Jonathan Daniels--Look, April 1, 1951
  • Truman , Stalin and Peace by Albert Z. Carr
  • Magazine Articles Concerning President Truman by John Hersey--New Yorker, April 1951
  • "The Terrible Tempered Mr. Truman" by William Huie--Cosmopolitan, April 1951
  • Truman Articles--American Mercury, May and August, 1951
  • "The Scandalous Years" by Knebel & Wilson, Look, May 22, 1951
  • "Mr. Truman's Politburo by John Fischer--Harper's, June 1951
  • Magazine Article--Truman's Record
  • "A Few Kind Words for Harry Truman" by Harry Commager, Look, August 1941
  • "Truman Can't Lose" by Jonathan Daniels, American Magazine, September 1951
  • "How the President Remembers Pearl Harbor" , Robert Morra, New York Herald Tribune, December 1, 1951
  • "Truman's Wardrobe, Life, December 10, 1951
  • "The Strength of Harry Truman, Life, December 10, 1951
  • "Truman Builds a Fortune," U.S. News and World Report, February 15, 1952
  • "What You Don't Know About Truman, by Samuel Lubell, Saturday Evening Post, March 15, 1952
  • "The Riddle of Mrs. Truman," Collier's, February 9, 1952
  • Collier's Article--Truman Wooing the Business Man
  • Look Magazine Article "How Truman Got to Be President," August 1, 1950
    Biographical Data: Photographs
  • Family Pictures
  • Miscellaneous
  • White House Balcony [missing]
  • With Veterans
  • With Cabinet Members
  • On Freedom Train [missing]
  • Regarding Aviation
  • Truman Greeting Foreign Notables
  • Receiving Degrees
  • Signing Bills
  • Truman-Caribbean Trip
  • On Vacation
  • Receiving Gifts, Invitations
  • Vacation on Board U.S.S. Williamsburg (1948)
  • Truman--Don Cossack Chorus
  • With Children
  • Truman--Report From Civil Rights Group
  • Jefferson-Jackson Dinner
  • With Congressmen
  • Party Leaders at the White House
  • Announced Candidacy for 1948
  • With Air Policy Board
  • At Microphone
  • Straight Photos
  • Informal Portraits
  • President Truman's Photo for Schools--Chicago Tribune Stories on Government Propaganda
    Biographical Data: Truman as Senator
  • Addresses and Statements--January 1935-April 1945 (U.S. News)
  • Truman as Senator
  • Speech to Traffic Club of Baltimore, February 1, 1944
  • Press Research--Vol. I, No. 20--Senator Harry S. Truman
  • Speech, Oklahoma City--On Democratic Principles Winning War on Home Front, June 14, 1943
    Biographical Data: Truman the Vice President
  • Comments on Nomination and Candidacy
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
Box 5
  • Campaign Speech for Vice President
  • Press Research--Vol. I, No. 20, August 8, 1944
  • Democratic Platform--1944
  • Press Release, 1944 Campaign
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Acceptance Speech as Democratic Candidate for President
  • Acceptance Speech as Democratic Candidate for President, GOP Comments on [missing]
  • Ku Klux Klan Charges Refuted, 1944
  • Vice President--General Information
    Biographical Data: Truman as President
  • Harry S. Truman, 1944-47
  • Truman Chronology
  • First Six Months as President
  • Truman Record
Box 6
  • "Truman is Right" Article by Henry S. Commager
  • Appraisal of His Record--Articles by Columnist, April-July 1945
  • Editorial Comments After Inauguration, April 1945
  • Appraisal of His Record--Articles by Columnist, August 1945-February 1952
  • Columnist Comment on the President, April 1945
  • Pledge of Support by Democratic Senators, April 1945
  • Republican Leaders Comment, April 1945
  • First Press Conference
  • Meeting with Cordell Hull, May 18, 1945
  • Utterance on Freedom of Press, June 1945
  • Homecoming in Independence, Missouri, June 1945
  • National Association of Manufactures (Bulletin) "Business Under Truman" , June 1945
  • Meeting with Governors, August 1945
  • His First Year in Office, April 1946
  • Announcement--President will Campaign in 1946 Elections
  • Westbrook Pegler Column of February 28, 1947
  • Press Regulations--August 1945-March 1947
Box 7
  • End of Second Year in Office, April 1947
  • Statement Attributed to Truman (1941) on Russians and Germans Killing Each Other, February 21, 1948
  • End of Third Year in Office--GOP National Committee Release on President's Record
  • Appraisal of Three Years in Office, April 1948
  • Appraisals of President After 1948 Election (Marquis Childs Columns)
  • Administration Censorship, April 13, 1948
  • New Republic Article on President as a Leader, May 17, 1948
  • Appraisal by London Economist, June 18, 1948
  • Peter Edson Article on the President
  • Thomas Stokes Column, March 23, 1949
  • End of Fourth Year in Office, April 12, 1949
  • Appraisals, November 1949
  • End of Fifth Year in Office, April 12, 1950
  • Appraisals After Five Years in Office, April, 1950
  • Appraisal by Arthur Krock, February 20-22, 1951
  • End of Sixth Year in Office, April 12, 1951
    Addresses to Congress: 1945
  • First Message to Congress, April 16
  • Broadcast to Armed Services, April 17
  • End of European War, May 8
  • Twenty-one Point Program, September 6
    Addresses to Congress: 1946
  • Truman Message to Nation, January 4
  • State of the Union Message
    Addresses to Congress: 1947
Box 8
  • State of the Union Message, January 7
  • Economic Report, January 8
  • Mid-Year Economic Report, July 21
  • Budget Report, August 20
  • Call for Special Congressional Session, November 17
  • Request for Anti-Inflation Legislation, December 28
    Addresses to Congress: 1948
  • State of the Union Message, January 7
  • Budget Message for 1949, January 12
  • Economic Report, January 14
  • Message to Special Session, July 27
  • Editorial Reaction to Special Session Speech
  • Congressional Comment on Special Session Speech
  • Anti-Inflation Program Presented to Congress, July 27
  • Mid -Year Economic Report, July 30
    Addresses to Congress: 1949
Box 9
  • State of the Union Message, January 4
  • Editorial Comment on State of the Union Speech
  • Recommendations on Steel--State of the Union Speech
  • Economic Report, January 7
  • Economic Report, Editorial Comments on
  • Budget Message for 1950, January 10
  • Council of State Chamber's of Commerce Criticizes Budget
  • Budget Deficiency Appropriation
  • Editorial Comment on Budget Message
  • GOP Congressional Comment on Budget Message
  • Mid-Year Economic Report, July 10
  • Mid-Year Economic Report, Editorial Comment on
  • Message to Special Session, 81st Congress, July 27
    Addresses to Congress: 1950
  • State of the Union Message, January 4
  • State of the Union Message, Editorial Comment on
  • State of the Union Message, Congressional Reaction to
  • Economic Report, January 6
  • Economic Report, Editorial Comment on
Box 10
  • Budget Message for 1951, January 9
  • Budget Message, Editorial Comment on (1951)
  • Tax Message to Congress, January 23 (1950)
  • Congressional Reaction to Tax Message (1950)
  • Editorial Comments on Tax Message (1950)
  • Supplemental Budget, April 5 (1950)
  • Midyear Economic Report, July 26 (1950)
    Addresses to Congress: 1951
  • State of the Union Message, January 8 (1951)
  • State of the Union, Editorial Comments on (1951)
  • State of the Union, Congressional Reaction to (1951)
  • State of the Union, European Reaction to (1951)
  • Economic Report to Congress, January 12 (1951)
  • Economic Report to Congress, Editorial Comments on (1951)
  • Budget Message, January 15 (1951)
  • Editorial Comments on Budget Message (1951)
  • Budget Message, Congressional Reaction to (1951)
    Addresses to Congress: 1952
Box 11
  • State of the Union Message, January 9 (1952)
  • State of the Union Message, Editorial Comment on (1952)
  • State of the Union Message, Congressional Reaction to (1952)
  • Economic Report to Congress, January 16 (1952)
  • Economic Report to Congress, Editorial Comment on (1952)
  • Budget Report for 1953, January 21 (1952)
    Appointments
  • Appointments by Truman
  • Nominations by Truman
  • Nomination of Phillip Jessup
  • Appointment of Fred Vinson, John Snyder, John L. Sullivan
  • Appointment of Ed Pauley, Assistant Secretary of the Navy
  • Appointment of Illinois Judgeship--Feud with Senator Douglas
  • Appointment of Military Men
  • Questioned in Secret Cabinet Meeting, May 1946
  • Cabinet Changes After Taking Office, September 16, 1951
  • Cabinet Shifts After 1948 Election
  • Cabinet Changes--President Truman
  • Clips on Split with Secretary Ickes Over Ed Pauley Nomination
  • Demotion of Marriner Eccles of Federal Reserve Board
  • Presidential Aides
  • Exchange of Letters with Senator Tobey, June 25
  • U.S. District Attorney, Kansas City, Missouri
  • Presidential Appointees
    Armed Forces
Box 12
  • Air Force Appropriations--Airpower in Defense
  • National Security--Universal Military Training
  • Statement on Postwar Military Training
  • National Security--Armed Forces
  • Armed Forces--Greeting to Nisei GI's, July 1946
  • Charges of Lobbying by Naval High Command, April 1946
  • Address to Armed Forces, April 17, 1945
  • Informal Talk to Army A.F.[Army Air Force], August 2, 1946
  • Truman Asks Funds for Added Arming, May 1948
  • Statement on Bonuses in Armed Forces, May 1948
  • Address to Congress on Military Training, October 23, 1945
  • National Security--Selective Service
  • Address at Washington Monument Centennial, July 4, 1948
  • Special Message to Congress on Military Training Draft, March 17, 1948
  • Army-Navy Proposal on Merger of Services, January 1947
  • Unification of Armed Forces (Message to Committee), July 13, 1949
  • Signs G.I. Family Allotment Bill, September 8, 1950
  • Sign Bill to Draft Doctors, September 9, 1950
  • Marines
  • Armed Forces--Soldier Vote
  • Ku Klux Klan Charges in 1944 Vice Presidential Campaign [missing]
    Atomic Energy
  • Atom Policy, 1949-1950
  • Atomic Security
  • Russian H-Bomb Explosion, September 1949
  • Statement on Atomic Energy Commission, August 1949
  • Big Three Exploratory Talks Announcement, July 1949
  • Statement to Members of Congress That He Would Use Bomb Again if Necessary
  • Veto of Knowland Bill, FBI and AEC, May 1948
  • Truman Statement on Signing Atomic Energy Act, 1948
  • Statement Issued with Atomic Energy Commission Report to Congress, July 24, 1948
  • Decision on the Hydrogen Bomb, January 1950
  • Statements on the New A-Bomb
  • Atomic Energy Speech at Groton, Conn.--Dedication of Atomic Submarine, June 14, 1952
    Basic Concepts
  • General Clips on Tolerance, Etc.
  • Message to Congress on Peace, March 17, 1948
  • World Peace, 1949-1951
  • Speech on World Peace, July 4, 1951
  • Editorial Comment on American Legion Speech, August 14, 1951
  • Text of Letter to American Bar Association on Rights and Security, September 1, 1951
  • Remarks to 72nd National Guard Association Conference, October 24, 1951
  • Armistice Day Speech on Peace, November 11, 1951
  • Speech on Americanism at Dedication of New American Legion Home, August 14, 1951
  • Message to Congress on Friendship of American People to the World, August 20, 1951
    Budget and Finances
  • Letters to Senator Harry Byrd on Budget Economics, January 10, 1951
  • Budget Surplus Under Truman
  • Signs Budget and Accounting Procedures Act, September 12, 1950
  • Fiscal Budget
  • Budget Message, 1946
  • Signs Omnibus Appropriation Bill of 81st Congress, September 6, 1950
  • Budget Message to Congress, January 10, 1947
Box 13
  • Estimate of Surplus, End of Fiscal Year, June 1947
  • Statements of Balancing Budget, October 1946
  • Midyear Budget Review, August 1948, Predicts Deficit
  • On Federal Deficit, 1949
  • Post Office Deficit, 1951
  • Budget Statement (April 19, 1947) on Surplus for Year Ending June 30
  • Fiscal Debt Repayment
  • Request for Appropriation for Federal Agencies to Congress
  • Signs Supplemental Appropriation Bill with Kem Amendment
    Civil Liberties
  • Speech to Citizenship Conference, Washington, D.C., May 17, 1951
  • Free Peoples
  • Freedom
  • Freedom of Speech
  • Justice
  • Address--Radio Correspondents Dinner on Freedom of Expression
  • Free Press
  • Text of Executive Orders on FEPC, July 26, 1948
  • Civil Rights After 1948 Election
  • Messages on Civil Rights, February 1948
  • Civil Rights, Position on Anti-Semitism
  • Civil Rights Speech at Chicago on Bigotry, March 18, 1945
  • Civil Rights Committee Report, October 1947
  • Civil Rights Program, Recommended to Congress, February 2, 1948
  • Statements on Lynching in Southern States
  • Address to NAACP, Washington, D.C., June 29, 1947 [missing]
  • Civil Rights, Six Man Commission to Enforce Anti-Discrimination Clauses In Government Contracts, January 1, 1952
  • Speech Delivered to National Council of Negro Women, November 15, 1949
  • Racial Discrimination
  • Howard University Speech on Civil Rights, June 16, 1952
  • Negroes
  • FEPC: Executive Order of December 3, 1951
  • Civil Rights, Truman and FEPC
  • Civil Liberties Folder
  • FEPC
  • Military Segregation
  • Civil Rights--FEPC--Ending Discrimination in Armed Forces [missing]
    Communism
  • Communism, General Clips
  • Message to Congress on Subversives
  • Communism in Government
  • "Red Herring Quote" --Interview in New York with Drew Pearson, January 1954
  • Comment on Communist Spy Probe (1948) "Red Herring" Statement
  • Comment on Espionage Trials, Etc., June 1949
  • Statement on Mundt Bill and Outlawing Communists
  • Veto Message on Internal Security Act of 1950
  • Remarks at Swearing-In Ceremonies of Commission on Internal Security, February 12, 1951
    Congresses--80th-82nd
Box 14
  • Relations with 80th Congress
  • Blast at 80th Congress, August 1947
  • Attack on 80th Congress on Western Trip, June 1948
  • Attack on 80th Congress in Convention Speech, July 1948 Call for Special Session of Congress by Truman in His Acceptance Speech for Renomination, Democratic National Convention, July 15, 1948
  • Congress, 1948, Special Session
  • Relations with 81st Congress
  • President Truman's Meeting with Congressional Leaders- After Return from Key West Vacation , March 21, 1949
  • 81st Congress--Stories of Setbacks to Administration, March 1949
  • Congress--Truman's Veto Record
  • Truman and Steel Industry--Denies He Will Use Controls Voted by Congress, July 1948
  • Truman Letter to St. Louis Star Times Defending Congress, 1944
  • Letter to Barkley on Opening of the 81st Congress "Lame Duck" Session, November 27, 1950
  • Relations With 82nd Congress
  • Prospects of Fair Deal Legislation, 82nd Congress
  • Crime
    Defense
  • Dispersal of Defense Plants
  • Speech on Foreign Policy Before Civil Defense Conference, May 7, 1951
  • Defense--Speech to Conference on Citizenship, Washington, D.C., May 17, 1951
  • Military--Seeks Stronger Defense Act
  • Message to House on Defense Appropriation, August 1, 1950
  • Defense Measures, 1948-1950
  • Truman on Defense
  • Defense Budget for Fiscal Year, 1952
  • Address on International Arms Reduction, November 7, 1951
  • Statement with Executive Order (Security), September 25, 1951
    Defense Administration
Box 15
  • Press Conference, Key West, Florida, March 15, 1951--the President Evaluates His Administration--His Statement, "I Hope it will be Remembered for its Effort and for Peace"
  • Statements on Justice Department Probe and McGrath
  • Defends Secretary of State Dean Acheson
  • Praises Secretary Acheson After Japanese Peace Treaty
  • Plan to Find Qualified Persons for High Government Posts
  • Charges of Corruption in Government by St. Louis Post-Dispatch Defense of His Aids and Appointees
  • RFC Probe
  • Telephone Talk With Senator Tobey of RFC
  • Remarks and Reaction to Boyle--RFC Incident, August 1951
  • Criticism of Administration After RFC Probe
  • Probes in Administration Tax Scandals
  • The Internal Revenue Bureau
  • Reorganization of Internal Revenue Bureau--(Plan #1)
    Dewey Campaign--1948
  • Campaign Speeches--Truman--Editorial Comments
  • Dewey Campaign Editorial Comments
  • Dewey Campaign 1948--Newspaper Support
  • Dewey--Returns from West
  • Dewey's Talks with Dulles
  • Dewey--Campaign in General
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
    Displaced Persons
Box 16
  • Statement on Displaced Persons (1949)
  • Statement on Signing Displaced Persons Act, June 25, 1948
  • Address to Swedish Pioneer Centennial Association, Chicago, June 4, 1948
  • Columbus Day Proclamation
  • Foreign Policy--Displaced Persons
  • Message on Displaced Persons, July 1947
  • Statement on Admission of Refugees to U.S., December 23, 1946
  • Request for Revision of DP Bill in Congress, July 1948
    Economic Policy
  • Unemployment Insurance
  • Message to Congress on Extension of Defense Production Act, February 11, 1952
  • Economic Control Subsequent to Korean War, August 1950
  • Signs Defense Production Act, September 8, 1950
  • Message to Congress on Seven Point Legislative Program to Curb Inflation, April 26, 1951
  • Address to Interior Department Advisory Councils, May 9, 1951
  • Speech (Radio Broadcast) on Inflation, June 14, 1951
  • Report on Economic Situation by Economic Advisors, Midyear 1951
  • Text of Executive Orders Issued Under Defense Production Act, September 9, 1950
  • Signs Control Bill (DPA 1950 Amended), July 31, 1951
  • Message to Congress Calling for Revision of 1951 DPA, August 23, 1951
  • Letter to Congress on Supplemental Appropriation for 1952, October 13, 1951
  • Economy Moves
  • Address to American Society of Editors (Inflation), April 17, 1948
  • Economic Policy, Economy
  • Economic Policy, Employment
  • Statements on Unemployment--Anti-Depression Moves, 1949
  • Economic Policy--Free Enterprise
  • Economic Policy--Credit Control
  • Economic Policy on Prices
  • Commendation of the OPA, 1945
  • Address on Wages and Prices, October 30, 1945
  • Price Control
  • Executive Order to Secretary pf Agriculture on Meat, Etc., January 24, 1946
  • Veto of OPA, June 1946
  • Radio Address of October 14, 1946 Ordering Decontrol of Meat
  • Editorial Comment and News Stories on Radio Address on Meat Control
  • Warnings on Inflation, 1946
  • Editorial Comment on Veto of OPA
  • Profits
Box 17
  • Business
  • Small Business
  • Message to Congress on Inflation, November 17, 1947
  • Plea for Coal and Steel Price Stability, July 1947
  • Congressional Message on Aid to Small Business
  • Veto of Basing Point Bill, June 16, 1950
  • Message to Congress on Unemployment Insurance Expansion, April 6, 1950
  • Split with Secretary Anderson on Prices, October 1947
  • Warning on Inflation, 1947
  • Message on Signing Credit Bill, August 17, 1948
  • Statements After Council Economic Advisors Report, December 18, 1946
  • Press Conference, October 16, 1947, Refers to "Police States"
  • Address to Associated Press Editors on High Prices, April 21, 1947
  • Blast Against Taft for Statement on High Prices, June 1947
  • Truman on Inflation, 1951-1952
  • Statement on Signing Inflation Bill, December 28, 1947
  • Warnings on Inflation, 1949
  • Warnings on Inflation, 1948 [missing]
  • Signing of GOP Anti-Inflation Bill, August 16, 1948
  • Economic Advisors
    Education
  • Letter to Speaker Martin on Federal Aid to Education, May 26, 1948
  • Education, August 1946
  • Statement on Higher Education Commission, December 15, 1947
  • Talk at Rollins College, Florida, March 8, 1949
  • Congressional Message on Education, Minimum Wages, Etc., May 1948
  • Teachers Union
  • Truman and Civil Service," Jerry Klutz, 1948 Campaign
  • Truman on Federal Aid to Education
    Executive Powers
  • Truman Executive Powers Under Constitution, 1950-1951
  • Senate Action to Give President Power to Reorganize Government, January 1951
  • Executive Power in Foreign Policy: Sending Troops to Europe, January 1951
  • Executive Order Giving Defense Department Powers Under War Powers Act, February 2, 1951
    Farm Program
  • Agriculture--Farmer
  • Agriculture--Farms
  • Agriculture--Farmer Co-Ops
  • Agriculture--Food
  • Statement on Citizens' Food Committee, September 25, 1947
  • Food Conservation Program, October 1947
  • Agriculture--Price Support
  • Administration Farm Plan for 1950-1952
  • Farm Message to Congress, April 1950
  • Farm Policies--Co-Op Stand, April 1949
  • Truman Farm Program Sent to Congress, May 14, 1948 [missing]
  • Statement on Signing Agriculture Act, July 3, 1948
    Federal Workers
Box 18
  • Congressional Message on Government Officials--Income, Conduct, September 27, 1951
  • On Federal Workers, Wages, Etc.
  • Speech to Federal Bar Members, April 24, 1950--Government Loyalty Program
  • Refusal to Hand Over FBI Files to Senator Ferguson's Committee, 1948
  • Refusal to Turn Over Security Files on Administration Employees to McCarthy Committee
  • Loyalty Check on State Department Employees, March 1950
  • Civil Service--Articles by Jerry Klutz, 1948 Campaign
  • Order to Federal Agencies to Oust Inefficient Workers, February 1947
  • Executive Order for Loyalty Check on Government Workers, March 22, 1947
  • Statement on Signing Federal Employee Salary Act, July 3, 1948
  • Speech to Civil Service League, May 3, 1952
    Flood Control
  • Natural Resources
  • Message on Rivers and Harbors, May 22, 1950
  • Flood Control Message to Congress, July 16, 1947
  • Directive for Columbia River Valley Project, June 24, 1949
  • Signs law Giving Housing to Vanport Flood Victims, June 1948
  • Mo-Kan Floods, July 1951 (Appropriation for Relief)
  • Signs Flood Rehabilitation Act, 1952, October 24, 1951
    Foreign Policy
  • Message to Congress on 8.5 Billion Dollar Aid Bill
  • Speech at Civil Defense Conference Answering MacArthur on Far East Policy, May 7, 1951
  • Foreign Policy Speech--Armed Forces Day, Washington, D.C., May 18, 1951
  • Speech at Independence, Missouri on Foreign Policy, November 6, 1950
  • Foreign Policy, General Clips
  • Disarmament Proposal Speech, November 7, 1951
  • Statement on Foreign Economic Policy, November 10, 1950
  • Navy Day Address, New York, New York, October 27, 1945
  • Message to Congress on Neutrality Act, April 1947
  • Statements on "Big Three Meeting"
  • Message on Revision of Neutrality Act, April 1947
  • Address at Waco, Texas on Foreign Trade, March 6, 1947
  • Alaska
  • Address to the Canadian Parliament, June 20, 1947
  • Speech to Shriners at Chicago, July 19, 1949
  • Message on Military Aid to Western Europe, July 25, 1949
  • Plan for Sending Vinson to Russia, October 1948
  • Address at San Francisco After Trip to See General MacArthur, October 17, 1950
  • Speech at Dedication Ceremonies, Arnold Center, Tullahoma, Tennessee, 6125151
  • Address at Detroit, 250th Anniversary, July 28, 1951
  • Signing Mutual Security Bill, October 10, 1951
  • Gives World Disarmament Plan, Radio Speech, November 7, 1951
    Foreign Policy--Asia and Korea
Box 19
  • Chinese Policy
  • Japanese Policy
  • Japanese Peace Treaty, 1951
  • "We Are Not At War" (Korean Crisis)
  • Korean Crisis, June 1950
  • Message to Nation on Korean War, September 1, 1950
    Foreign Policy--Atlantic Pact
  • Message on Sending North Atlantic Treaty to the Senate, April 12, 1949
  • Asks Congress for Speedup of European Aid Program, March 17, 1948
  • Military Training, Temporary Draft Law [missing]
  • Statement on Atlantic Pact
  • Signing of Atlantic Pact, July 25, 1949
  • Message to Congress on Arms to Europe, July 25, 1949
  • Statement on Big Four Conference in Paris, June 21, 1949
  • Message Asking Congress to Continue Military Aid, June 1, 1950
  • Address to Congress on Mutual Security Program for Fiscal Year 1953 (Speech Made on March 6, 1952)
  • First Report to Congress on Mutual Security Program, December 31, 1951
  • Truman on Mutual Security
    Foreign Policy--Europe
  • Troop Commitments in Europe
  • On European Crisis, November 17, 1947
  • Miscellaneous--Czechoslovakia
  • Czechoslovakia and the Oatis Case, August 1951
  • Miscellaneous--Finland
  • France
  • Invitation to DeGaulle for Conference
  • Approval of Schuman Steel Plan for Europe, May 1950
  • U.S. Fliers Held by Hungary, December 1951
  • Message to Congress on Food to India, February 12, 1951 [missing]
  • Miscellaneous--Italy
  • President Truman and the Italian Elections
  • Poland
  • Spain
  • Yugoslavia
  • "Big Three" Meeting--(Potsdam) July 1945
  • Nazi Saboteurs
  • Lend-Lease
  • Termination of War with Germany, October 19, 1951
    Foreign Policy--Greece and Turkey
  • Miscellaneous--Greece
  • Editorial Comment on Message on Greek Crisis, March 12, 1947
  • Comment on Columnists on Greek Message
  • Passage and Signing of Greek-Turkish Aid Bill, May 29, 1947
  • Message to Congress on Greco-Turkish Aid, March 12, 1947
  • Russian Reaction to Truman's Message on Greek Crisis
  • Greece-Turkey
  • Turkey
  • Receives Gift from Greece
  • Greek Report, December 1948
  • Address to American Hellenic Educational and Progressive Association, March 1948
  • European Reaction to Truman's Greek Proposal
  • Walter Lippman's Columns on Truman Doctrine for Greece
    Foreign Policy--Korean War
Box 20
  • Arrives in Washington for Conference on Korea, June 25, 1950
  • Warning to Russia and Satellites on Invasion as Act of Aggression, January 26, 1950
  • Text of Message Ordering Air and Sea Support to South Korea, June 27, 1950
  • Address to Newspaper Guild--Reaffirms Aid to Resist Aggression, June 28, 1950
  • Reserve Officers Address, June 28, 1950
  • Weekly News Conference, "We Are Not at War," June 29, 1950
  • Orders Troops to Korea--Bombing of North Korea, June 30, 1950
  • Expansion of Armed Forces to Meet Korean Crisis, July 7, 1950
  • Names General MacArthur to Head Korean Forces, July 8, 1950
  • Sees No Rationing--Decries Hoarding, July 13, 1950
  • Letter to Administrators--Requesting Increase to Insure New Mortgages for National Defense, July 18, 1950
  • Address to Congress on Korean Crisis, July 19, 1950
  • Summary of Economic Mobilization Bill in Congress, July 19, 1950
  • Copy of Letter Sent to Departments and Agencies Regarding Congressional Message of July 19-July 21, 1950
  • Statements on Subversives (FBI-Public), July 24, 1950
  • Supplemental Estimates of Appropriation for Fiscal Year 1951--Department of Defense, July 24, 1950
  • Letter to Senator Walter George--Finance Chairman--on Increasing Tax
  • Revenue in Korean Crisis, July 25, 1950
  • Sends Three (3) Man Commission to Confer with MacArthur, August 3, 1950
  • Letter to Sam Rayburn Asking $4,000,000,000. of Foreign Arms Aid, August 1, 1950
  • Asks Congress for Additional $1,155,930,000. to Meet Korean Crisis, August 5, 1950
  • Note to Rhee, "Victory is Assured," August 14, 1950
  • Letter to Austin on MacArthur Formosa Statement, August 28, 1950
  • Message to Nation on Korean War, September 1, 1950
  • Speech to Nation on Controls, September 9, 1950
  • Executive Order Delegating Functions Under Defense Production Act, September 9, 1950
  • Secretary Johnson's Letters of Resignation and President's Letter in Answer, September 12, 1950
  • Foreign Policy Speech, San Francisco, October 17, 1950 (Text)
  • Clips on San Francisco Foreign Policy Speech
  • Speech on UN Day, October 23, 1950
  • Reassures Red China on Korea Aims, November 6, 1950
  • Truman-Atlee Conference, December 1950
  • Truman-Pleven Parley, January 1951
  • Speech Declaring National Emergency, December 15, 1950
  • Editorial Comment on Speech of December 15, 1950
  • Remarks on National Emergency at Masonic Breakfast, February 21, 1951
  • Armed Forces Day Speech, Washington, D.C., May 18, 1951
  • Welcomes New Korean Envoy to U.S.
  • Statement on Formosa, January 5, 1950
  • Message to Philippines on Their Independence Day, July 4, 1946
  • Korean--Casualty List--Speech on Safety, July 14, 1951
  • Korean--Cease Fire Talk, July 1951
  • Korean Cease Fire Talks, November-December 1951
  • Statement on Red's Prisoner of War Lists, 1951
  • Korean Vets, Letters, Refusal of Medals, Etc.
  • Nixon Speech Before American Legion Convention Admitting Truman Was Right in Korean Intervention, August 31, 1953
    Foreign Policy--Latin America
  • Address to Foreign Ministers of Western Hemisphere, March 26, 1951
  • "Good Neighbor Policy"
  • Policy Toward Brazil
  • Message on Hemisphere Defense, May 1947
  • Proposal on Aid to Latin America
  • Rio De Janeiro Conference, September 2, 1947
    Foreign Policy--The MacArthur Incident
Box 21
  • Meets With MacArthur on Wake Island, October 14, 1950
  • Wake Island Talks, New York Times Article, April 21, 1951
  • President's Version of "Wake Talks," May 2, 1951
  • Statement Removing MacArthur from Far Eastern Command, April 10, 1951
  • Speech Following the Dismissal of MacArthur, April 11, 1951
  • Editorial Reaction to MacArthur Dismissal and Truman Speech of April 11, 1951
  • Columnist Reaction to MacArthur Dismissal and Truman Speech of April 11, 1951
  • GOP Demands for President's Impeachment
  • Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner Speech, April 14, 1951
  • Editorial Reaction to Jefferson-Jackson Day Speech of April 14, 1951
  • Precedents for Removal of Generals
  • Change of Command in Far East After MacArthur Dismissal
  • Comments of the President on MacArthur After his Dismissal
  • Later Statements on When Decision was Made to Oust MacArthur
  • Public Opinion Polls--Truman vs. MacArthur
    Foreign Policy--Marshall Plan
  • Meeting With Top Leaders on European Problems, February 28, 1947
  • Action on European Crisis, October-November 1947
  • Calls Special Congressional Session--European Aid, High Prices, November 1947
  • Address to Special Session (Inflation, Foreign Aid) November 17, 1947
  • Meeting with Secretary of State, Marshall, November 1948
  • Message to Congress on European Aid, December 19, 1947
  • Message to Congress on Foreign Situation, March 17, 1948
  • Editorial Comment on March 17, 1948 Speech
  • Address--Sons of St. Patrick, March 17, 1948
  • Reaction to Message on Foreign Crisis, March 17, 1948
  • Signing of Foreign Assistance Act, April 3, 1948
  • ECA Appropriation, 1950
  • Statement on Signing Foreign Economic Assistance Act, June 3, 1950
  • Asks European Recovery Funds Be Cut, April 1949
  • Message to Congress on Military and Economic Foreign Aid, May 24, 1951
  • Statements on Marshall Plan in Europe
  • ERP [European Recovery Plan]
  • Program to Feed Europe by Conserving Grain Supply
  • Plan to Alleviate European Dollar Shortage by Trade, April 2, 1950
    Foreign Policy--Middle East and Far East
  • India
  • Philippines
  • Indo-China
  • Letters to Premiers of Britain and Iran on Oil Dispute, June 1, 1951
  • Meeting with Mossadegh to Settle Oil Dispute, October 23, 1951
  • Truman and Guam
    Foreign Policy--Palestine
  • Honored for Aiding Israel, Receives Plaque, September 21, 1951
  • Meeting with President Weizmann of Israel
  • U.S. Recognition of Palestine, May 14, 1948
  • Statement on Sending Troops to Palestine
  • Statement on Palestine Partition Reversal, March 25, 1948
  • Revolts as Result of U.S. Setback in Palestine
  • Cites Support of Partition Plan, October 25, 1948
  • Signs Relief Bill to Aid Palestine, March 24, 1949
Box 22
  • Statements on Palestine, 1948-49
  • Statement of October 29, 1948 to Jewish Vets "I Make American Foreign Policy"
  • Bars Sanctions on Jews. October 29, 1948
  • Comment on Anglo-American Commission Report, April 30, 1946
  • Statements on Palestine, October 1946
  • Appeal to Britain for Jewish Immigration to Palestine, October 4, 1946
  • Message to Jews, (Nosh Hashonah) October 1948
    Foreign Policy--Point Four Program
  • Message to Congress Asking Approval of June 24, 1949 Fund of $45,000,000
  • Asks GOP Senators to White House to Aid Foreign Policy Making, April 1950
  • GOP Appointments to Strengthen Bi-Partisan Foreign Policy, April 1950
  • Urges Cut Restoration--Point 4 Fund, July 11, 1950
    Foreign Policy--Russia
  • Russia-U.S. Relations, General Clips
  • Press Conference, Position on U.S.S.R., September 20, 1951
  • Address at Wake Forest College, October 15, 1951
  • Address--George Washington National Masonic Memorial, Alexandria, Virginia, February 22, 1950
  • Statements on Lifting the Berlin Blockade
  • Easing up on War of Nerves
  • Relations with U.S.S.R. on Berlin Crisis, September 1948
  • Replies to Stalin's Offer to Meet Him, February 1949
  • Proposed Meeting with Stalin, February 1950
  • Statements on U.S.S.R--Businessmen's Luncheon, Kansas City, December 27, 1948
  • Denies Jay Franklin's Article in Life on "Soft Policy" Toward Russia
  • Russian Press Attacks on Truman
  • Sends Harry Hopkins to Russia
  • Greetings to Russian People, 30th Year of Soviet Regime, November 7, 1947
    Foreign Policy--The Vatican
  • Appoints Mark Clark, Envoy to Vatican, October 20, 1951
  • Reaction of Clark Appointment to Vatican
  • Vatican Policy
    Foreign Trade
  • Plan for "Golden Era" of Free Trade, April 8, 1950
  • Endorses International Trade Organization, April 28, 1949
  • Proclaims World Trade Week, May 16, 1948
  • Address on Foreign Policy, Waco, Texas, March 6, 1947
  • Executive Order--Procedure on Administration of Reciprocal Trade Agreement Program
    Health Program
  • "Ten Year Health Program," Oscar Ewing to the President, September 2, 1948
  • Social Welfare, Health
  • Message to Congress on Health Program (Insurance) Legislation, April 22, 1949
  • Again Asks Cabinet Rank (Health Dept), May 31, 1950 [missing]
  • National Health, November-December 1945
  • Message on Health Insurance, May 19, 1947
  • Message to National Health Assembly, May 1, 1948
  • Health Insurance Speech, Dedicating Medical Research Center, Bethesda, June 21, 1951
  • Remarks to Members, American Dental Association, October 16, 1951
  • Establishment of Commission on Health Needs of the Nation, December 29, 1951
  • Statement on Commission, January 3, 1952
    Housing Program
Box 23
  • Message on New Housing Agency, May 27, 1947
  • Message to Congress, Rent Control, February 23, 1948
  • Housing, General Clips, 1950
  • Rent Control Extension, Message to Congress, April 21, 1950
  • Statement on Signing Rent Control Bill Passed by 81st Congress, March 30, 1949
  • Signs Housing Bill Passed by Special Session, August 10, 1948
  • Signing Housing and Rent Act, June 1947
  • Statement on Signing Housing Bill, July 1, 1948
  • Housing Program, December 1945
  • Message to Speaker Rayburn Urging Passage of Housing Legislation, Blast at Real Estate Lobby, June 17, 1949
  • Statement on World War II Housing, September 1, 1951
  • Signs Defense Housing Bill [missing]
    Inauguration--1949
  • Electoral College Count, 1948 Election
  • After Election, General
  • Speech Before Truman-Barkley Club, January 19, 1949
  • Remarks at Electors Dinner, January 19, 1949
  • Talk at Women's Division--Democratic National Committee on Presentation of a Bust of Himself, January 21, 1949
  • Inauguration Plans for January 20, 1949
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      [2 of 2]
    Foreign Group Support, Others Supporting Truman
  • Newsweek Section on Truman After 1948 Victory
  • Cabell Phillips Article, Colliers, June 3, 1950
  • Reaction in Europe to President Truman's November Election, November 1948
  • Pope Pius Congratulations on Victory
  • Key West Vacation After Election, November 1948
  • First Statement After Election [empty folder]
  • First Press Conference After 1948 Election [missing]
  • Assurance to Business After Election
  • Election--Number One News Story of 1948
  • 1948 Victory
  • Wall Street
  • Election Analysis, Arthur Krock, Truman Trails Many Congressmen
  • Radio Talk After Learning Victory
  • "How Truman Did It" by Charles Ross, Colliers, December 25, 1948
  • Samuel Lubell Analysis of Truman Victory, Saturday Evening Post, January 22, 1949 [empty]
    Labor and Management
  • Labor Day Tribute to Workers, 1946
  • Labor Day Speech, 1947
  • Labor Day Message, 1948
  • Labor Day Statement, 1949
  • Labor Day Speeches, Des Moines, Iowa, September 5, 1949
Box 24
  • Labor Day Message to Congress, December 3, 1945
  • Labor Message to AFL Convention, September 19, 1951
  • Washington Times-Herald Story on President's Labor Philosophy
  • Relations with Unions
  • Labor-Steel Seizure-Moves to Impeach President, June 1952
  • Supreme Court Ruling (June 2, 1952) on Steel seizure
  • Mine Disaster of January 1952
  • Actions on Strikes
  • Text of President's Statement on Labor Steel Dispute, December 1951-January 1952
  • Speech to American People--Government Seizes Steel, April 8, 1952
  • New York Waterfront Strike, October-November 1951
  • Address at Dedication of Gompers Square, Washington, DC, October 27, 1951
  • Copper Strike, September 1951
  • Executive order Creating Emergency Board to Investigate Denver Rio Grande Rail Dispute, September 6, 1951
  • Seizes Nation's Railroads, August 28, 1950
  • Labor-Management--Labor
  • Letter to Mitchell on Civil Service Commission, November 13, 1950
  • Labor-Management--Management
  • Commission on Migratory Labor, Program on, July 1951
  • Jobs for Disabled Workers
  • Railroad Brotherhoods
  • Labor-Management--Strikes
  • Statements on the Coal Strike, May 1946
  • Anti-Strike Measure Proposed to Congress, May 25, 1946
  • Denunciation of Strikes Against Government by Federal Workers
  • Clippings on President's Action in Railroad Strike, May 1946
  • A.F. Whitney's Threat to Use Trainmen Fund to Defeat President, May 1946
  • President's Action in Railroad Strike, 1948
  • Message to Congress on Railroad Strike, May 25, 1946
  • Order to General Motors to open Books, December 1945
  • Action in Washington, DC Transit Strike
  • Handling of Coal Strike, November 1946
  • Coal Strike of 1950
  • Invokes Taft-Hartley Law in Coal Strike, February 6, 1950 [missing]
  • Maritime Strike, September 1946-June 1947
  • Steel Strike Truce, July 1949
Box 25
  • Reaction to President's Labor Legislation Proposed to Congress (Railroad Strike), May 25, 1946
  • Announcement of Management, Construction Trades, February 1947
  • Repudiated by Farmer's Union
  • Taft-Hartley Law
  • President's Veto of Taft-Hartley Law, June 20, 1947
  • Statement on Repeal of Taft-Hartley Act in 81st Congress
  • Labor-Management--Wages
  • Text of Executive Order Reconstituting New Wage Stabilization Board, April 21, 1951
  • Stand on Guaranteed Annual Wage Question
  • President and Labor Legislation in 80th Congress
  • Signing of Portal to Portal Pay Bill, May 1947 and 1950
  • Senate Passes Hobbs Anti-Racketeering Bill, June 21, 1946
  • Veto of Case Bill, June 11, 1946
  • Reaction of South on President's Veto of Tax and Labor Bills
  • Message to Congress on Aid to Jobless Legislation
  • Labor Day Speeches--Des Moines, Iowa, Pittsburgh, PA
  • President's Record on Labor
  • Minimum Wage Law, 1950
    Legislative Recommendations
  • Recommendations of Truman to the 81st and 82nd Congresses
  • President Truman's Legislative Recommendations [final report]
  • Legislative Proposals of the President [82nd Congress, Second Session]
    Miscellaneous--General
  • Lobbying
  • Politics--Voters' Apathy
  • President Votes
  • Speech Before Masonic Group--Washington, DC, February 21, 1952
  • Remarks on Death of British King, February 6, 1952
  • Communique on Meeting with Churchill, January 7-8, 1952
  • Remarks on Visit of Princess Elizabeth and Husband, November 2, 1991
  • Women
  • D.A.R. Controversy, Mrs. Truman
Box 26
  • Voting
  • Addresses to Boy Scout Groups, Etc.
  • Lobbies
  • Prosperity
  • Profiteers
  • Monopolies
  • Democratic party
  • Republicans
  • Franklin D. Roosevelt
  • U.S. Bonds
  • Senator Clinton P. Anderson Dinner, 1950
  • District of Columbia
    Miscellaneous--1945
  • Presents Government Reorganization Plan to Congress
  • Statements on Repeal of Johnson Act (1934)
  • Support of Full Job Program
  • Conference With Elliot and Anna Roosevelt
  • Calls Ex-President Hoover in to Consult on Food Problems
  • Veto of Farm Draft Deferment Legislation, May 1945
  • Accepts Stettinius' Resignation as Secretary of State, June 1945
    Miscellaneous--1946
  • Speaks Over Phone to Maryland Couple (REA), September 1950
  • Comment on Egg Throwing Incident in Wallace's 1948 Campaign In the South
  • Endorsement of Senator Mead's Nomination for Governor of New York
  • Talk to Liberal Party--New York, June 5, 1946
  • Suggestion Truman Resign After 1946 Election Defeat
  • Plea for U.S. Defense, May 1946
  • Address to Pan American Union, April 15, 1946
  • Reported Rift with Secretary of State Byrnes, 1946
  • Word Battle with Congressman Brown of Ohio, August 1946
    Miscellaneous--1947
  • Veto of Bill Granting Special Legal Powers for Senate Committee Counsel
  • Broadcast for Democratic Women's Day, October 8, 1947
  • Comment on Chicago Mayoral Election, April 1947
  • Poll by Governors on National Problems Denied by President, January 1947
  • Veto of Wool Bill, June 1947
  • Christmas Day Message, December 1947
  • The Battleship U.S.S. Missouri
  • Welcoming Speech to President Aleman of Mexico, April 1947
  • Statements on Signing Treasury Department Cuts, July 1947
    Miscellaneous--1948
  • Two Party System
  • Wheat Agreement
  • Address--Friendly Sons of St. Patrick Society, March 17, 1948
  • Pearson Called Liar by President on New York Jews Statement, March 1948
  • Charges Taft with Improper Acting on NLRB (ITU Case), September 1948
  • Address on Democratic Women's Day, September 28, 1948
    Miscellaneous--1949
  • Statement on Senator Byrd, May 1949
  • Remarks to Safety Council Members, Etc., June 1949
  • Award from White House News Photographers Association, March 20, 1949
  • Address, Mayors Conference in D.C., March 21, 1949
  • New Opportunity Bond Drive, 1949
  • Message to Red Cross, 1949
  • Invitation to Speak at MIT--Declined, March 1949
  • Statements on Filibusters, March 1949
  • Remarks on Drew Pearson (S.O.B. Incident), February 22, 1949
  • District of Columbia Home Rule
  • Attendance at Baseball Games
  • Remarks to President's Committee on National Employ the Physically Handicapped Week, August 30, 1949
  • Address to Members of the 35th Division Association, Little Rock, Arkansas, June 11, 1949
  • "Hail to the Chief"
  • On Family Life, March 1949
  • Address at St. Paul, Minnesota, November 3, 1949
  • Federal Judgeships, 1949
  • Ferry System Linking U.S. with Caribbean Islands, December 30, 1949
  • Dedication of Andrew Jackson Statue, Kansas City, December 1949
  • Talk Before Women's Division of the Democratic National Committee on Presentation of Bust of Himself, January 19, 1949
  • Remarks at Dinner Given by Democratic Women's National Club, November 8, 1949
  • Speech at Democratic Women's Day, September 27, 1949
  • Tributes to Lincoln, February 1949
  • New York Senatorial Race, November 1949
  • Comments on Lincoln Day Speech by Dewey, February 1949
  • Comment on Five Percenters After New York Herald-Tribune Expose, July 1949
  • Statements on Congressmen and Patronage
  • Elections of 1949
  • Message to Congress on Post Office Affairs, June 24, 1949
  • Leland Olds Nomination
    Miscellaneous--1950
  • Statehood (Alaska and Hawaii)
  • Sesqui Fair, 1950
  • Criminal Syndicate Investigation, 1950
  • Flag Day Proclamation, 1950
  • Message to DAR Convention, April 17, 1950
  • Remarks at Democratic Women's National Council Dinner, May 20, 1950
  • Air Lines, 1948-1950
  • Declared 33rd President
  • Address on Democratic Women's Day, September 27, 1950
  • Attends Sister's Ceremony in St. Louis, October 12, 1950
  • Attempt Made on HST's Life by Two Puerto Rican Nationalists, November 2, 1950
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Box 27
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  • Speech on Occasion of Liberty Bell Ceremony, Independence, November 6, 1950
  • Talk Before White House Conference on Youth, December 5, 1950
  • 1950 Congressional Campaign
  • 1950 Politics [missing]
  • Ohio Politics
  • Answers GOP Charges of Wanting "Rubber Stamp Congress"
  • Electoral Vote Change
  • Statement on Two-Party System, February 23, 1950
  • Statement on James Byrnes Entering South Carolina Race for Governor, January 19, 1950
  • Reply to Harold Stassen's Charges He Was "Worst President," May 1950
  • Truman and 1950 Congressional Election
    Miscellaneous--1951
  • Letter of Congratulations to McKinney, October 31, 1951 Message to Democratic Dinner, New York, Waldorf Astoria, November 26, 1951
  • Whistle-stop Tour, 1951
  • Signs War Contract's Bill, January 12, 1951
  • General Clips
  • Laying of Cornerstone for New York Avenue Presbyterian Church, April 3, 1951
  • Statement on Press Conference on Crime, March 29, 1951
  • Relations with Federal Reserve Board, 1951
  • References and Statements to McCarthyism
  • Opening of Baseball Season, Griffith Stadium, April 1951
  • Democratic Women's Day Speech, September 27, 1951
    Natural Resources--Oil and Gas
  • Resources--General
  • Natural Resources--Conservation
  • Natural Gas, General
  • Veto of Natural Gas Bill (Editorial Comment), April 15, 1950
  • Action on Kerr Natural Gas Bill, April 1950
  • Veto of Tidelands Bill, August 1946
  • Claim for U.S. of Offshore Oil and Mineral Deposits
    Politics--National
  • Last Speeches, 1952 Campaign
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      [2 of 2]
  • News Releases, Speeches, Clippings, 1952 Campaign
  • Letter to Boyle at Midwest Conference
  • Address to Women's National Democratic Club, Washington, D.C., November 20, 1951
  • General Vaughn and "Five Percent" Case
  • Answers Senator McCarthy "Red" Charges, April 1950
  • Meeting with Democratic Congressmen at Shoreham Hotel, June 1951
  • Message to Congress on Redistricting, January 9, 1951
Box 28
  • 1952 New York Times Series by Luther Huston (Survey's 6 Midwest States), October 1951
  • Comments on Result of 1950 Election
  • Activities on Election Day, November 7, 1950
  • Pre-Election Speech in St. Louis, November 4, 1950
  • Letter in Senator Wheeler's Campaign, July 1946
  • After Defeat of Democrats, 1946
  • Remarks to Congressional Candidates on GOP Obstruction, September 24, 1946
  • Politics, Miscellaneous, News Clippings, 1948-1954
    Politics--Missouri
  • Speech Before Masonic Group, Washington, D.C., February 21, 1952
  • Kansas City Politics, Friends, Etc.
  • Statement on 1950 Senatorial Race
  • Pardons for Kansas City Politicians in Prison (Vote Fraud)
  • Discusses Party Discipline, March 1946
  • Kansas City Vote Fraud Case
  • Fight Against Congressman Slaughter, 1946 Primary
    Politics--Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinners
  • Jackson
  • Jefferson
  • Membership in Jackson Democratic Club of Kansas City
  • Jackson Day Dinner Speech, March 23, 1946
  • Jefferson Day Dinner Speech, April 5, 1947
  • Jackson Day of Address, February 19, 1948, Washington D.C.
  • Jefferson-Jackson Victory Dinner Speech, February 24, 1949
  • Editorial Comment on Jefferson-Jackson Dinner, Speech, 1949
  • Jefferson-Jackson Dinner Speech, February 16, 1950
  • Meeting With Party Leaders at Jefferson-Jackson Committee Dinner, April 8, 1949
  • Jefferson-Jackson Dinner Speech, Washington, D.C., Armory, April 14, 1951
  • Jefferson-Jackson Dinner, President Withdraws as Candidate, March 29, 1952
    Politics--Western Trip (June 1948)
  • Editorial Comment on Western Trip
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      [2 of 2]
Box 29
  • Address at Swedish Pioneer Centennial Association, Chicago, June 4
  • Remarks at Crestline, Ohio, June 4
  • Remarks at Ft. Wayne, Indiana, June 4
  • Remarks at Gary, Indiana, June 4
  • Remarks at War Memorial, Omaha, Nebraska, June 5
  • Remarks at Boy's Town, Nebraska, June 5
  • Remarks at 35th Division, Omaha, Nebraska, June 5
  • Remarks at North Platte, Nebraska, June 5
  • Remarks at Sidney, Nebraska, June 6
  • Remarks at Grand Island, Nebraska, June 6
  • Remarks at Kearney, Nebraska, June 6
  • Remarks at Governor's Mansion, Cheyenne, Wyoming, June 6
  • Remarks at Laramie, Wyoming, June 6
  • Remarks at Rawlins, Wyoming, June 6
  • Remarks at Dillon, Montana, June 8
  • Remarks at Butte, Montana, June 8
  • Remarks at Blackfoot, Idaho, June 8
  • Remarks at Pocatello, Idaho, June 8
  • Remarks at Arco, Idaho, June 8
  • Remarks at Idaho Falls, Idaho, June 8
  • Remarks at Spokane, Washington, June 9
  • Remarks at Record of 80th Congress, Spokane, Washington, June 9
  • Remarks at Everett, Washington, June 9
  • Remarks at Emphrata, Washington, June 9
  • Remarks at Skykomish, Washington, June 9
  • Remarks at Wenetachee, Washington, June 9
  • Remarks at Tacoma, Washington, June 10
  • Remarks at Olympia, Washington, June 10
  • Remarks at Washington State Press Club, Seattle, Washington, June 10
  • Remarks at Seattle and Bremerton, Washington, June 10
  • Remarks at Portland, Oregon, June 11
  • Remarks at Eugene, Oregon, June 11
  • Remarks at Albany, Oregon, June 11
  • Remarks at Klamath Falls, June 11 (Oregon)
  • Remarks at Oakridge, Oregon, June 11
  • Remarks at Davis, California, June 12
  • Remarks at Roseville, California, June 12
  • Remarks at Sacramento, California, June 12
  • Remarks--Calls Warren a Democrat, Sacramento, California, June 12
  • Remarks at University of California Luncheon, June 12
  • Major Foreign Policy Speech, Berkeley, California, June 12
  • Remarks--Red Room, Fairmont Hotel, San Francisco, June 13
  • Remarks--Venetian Room, Fairmont Hotel, San Francisco, June 13
  • Remarks (Flag Day) at San Francisco, California, June 13
  • Remarks at San Bernadino, California, June 14
  • Remarks at Los Angeles Press Club, Los Angeles, California, June 14
  • Remarks at Santa Barbara, California, June 14
  • Remarks at Winslow, Arizona, June 15
  • Remarks at Albuquerque, New Mexico, June 15
  • Remarks at Raton, New Mexico, June 15
  • Remarks at Las Vegas, New Mexico, June 15
  • Remarks at Dodge City, Kansas, June 16
  • Remarks at Newton, Kansas, June 16
  • Remarks at Hutchison, Kansas, June 16
  • Remarks at Emporia, Kansas, June 16
  • Remarks at Richmond, Indiana, June 17
  • Remarks at Indianapolis, Indiana, June 17
  • Remarks at Terre Haute, Indiana, June 17
  • Remarks at East St. Louis, Illinois, June 17
  • Remarks at Jefferson City, Missouri, June 17
  • Remarks at Sedalia, Missouri, June 17
  • Remarks at Warrensburg, Missouri, June 17
  • Remarks at Columbus, Ohio, June 17
  • Remarks at Altoona, Pennsylvania, June 18
  • Remarks at York Pennsylvania, June 18
  • Remarks at Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, June 18
  • Remarks at Baltimore, Maryland, June 18
    Politics--1948 Presidential Campaign
  • Acceptance Speech, 1948 Convention, July 15
  • Editorial Comment on Acceptance Speech
  • Campaign Endorsed by ADA, August 24
Box 30
  • Magazine Articles on President Truman
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • Campaign, Editorial Comments on
  • Negro Democratic Leader Seeks to Raise One Million Dollars for President
  • Official Portrait Used on 1948
  • Campaign Plans of Truman and Barkley Club
  • Campaign Speeches
  • TV-Radio in Campaign
  • Campaign, 1948 Presidential
  • Charges, Wall Street, May 26
  • Special Congressional Session, August 5
  • Delegates Pledged for President in Convention
  • Hannegan Speech in New York Backing Truman Re-Election
  • Sidney Hillman Statement on President and 1948, May 16, 1945
  • Independent Business Committee for Democratic Candidates, May 29
  • Barring of President's Name from Ballot in Louisiana
  • New Republic Article on President as Leader, May 17
  • Newspaper Letters for Truman
  • Newspapers Supporting President
Box 31
  • Nomination, Comments on
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • Drew Pearson, Comments, March 8
  • Philadelphia Inquirer--Article on President, July 19
  • Truman and the 1948 Campaign
  • Polls, President's Comment on
  • Radio Commentators' Forecast of Election
  • Polls, Public Opinion
  • Revolt, Comments on (North and South)
  • Revolt, Press Conference on
  • Revolt, Southern in 1948 Election
  • Revolt, in Other Parts of Country
  • Election Forecast, November 1
  • Endorsed by Liberal Party
  • Stand on Various Issues
  • Stresses Importance of Big Vote
    Politics--Itinerary--1948 Campaign
Box 32
  • Only List of President Truman's Campaign Itinerary, June and September, October and November Tours
  • Campaign Trips
  • Post-Election Magazine Articles
  • 1948 Campaign Clippings
    Politics--Campaign Speeches, 1948
  • Set of Speeches in Michigan, September
  • Remarks at Oakland Park, Pontiac, Michigan, September 6
  • Labor Day Speeches, Michigan
  • Labor Day Speech, September 6, 1948
  • Remarks at Grand Rapids, Michigan, September 6
  • Remarks at Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, September 17
  • Remarks at Crestline, Ohio, September 17
  • Remarks at Rock Island, Illinois, September 18
  • Remarks at Dexter, Iowa, September 18
  • Speech to the Farmers Hitting "Wall Street Gluttons," Dexter, Iowa, September 18, 1948
  • Informal at Dexter, Iowa, September 18
  • Remarks at Melcher, Iowa, September 18
  • Remarks at Trenton, Missouri, September 18
  • Remarks at Des Moines, Iowa, September 18
  • Remarks Before Leaving Des Moines, Iowa, September 18
  • Remarks at Iowa City, Iowa, September 18
  • Remarks at Oxford, Iowa, September 18
  • Remarks at Davenport, Iowa, September 18
  • Remarks at Charlton, Iowa, September 18
  • Remarks at Polo, Missouri, September 18
  • Remarks at Grinnell, Iowa, September 18
  • Remarks at Junction City, Kansas, September 19
  • Remarks at Denver, Colorado, September 20
  • Remarks at Pueblo, Colorado, September 20
  • Remarks at Luncheon at Shirley-Savoy Hotel, Denver, Colorado
  • Remarks at Salida, Colorado, September 20
  • Remarks at Colorado Springs, Colorado, September 20
  • Remarks at American Soil Conference, Denver, September 20
  • Remarks at Reno, Nevada, September 20
  • Remarks at Canyon City, Colorado, September 20
  • Remarks at Springville, Utah, September 20
  • Remarks at American Fork, Utah, September 21
  • Remarks at Ogden, Utah, September 21
  • Remarks at Grand Junction, Colorado, September 21
  • Remarks at Salt Lake City, Utah, September 21
  • Remarks at Provo, Utah, September 21
  • Remarks at Helper, Utah, September 21
  • Remarks at Price, Utah, September 21
Box 33
  • Speech on Reclamation, Salt Lake City, Utah, September 21
  • Remarks at Truckee, California, September 22
  • Speech at Oakland, California, September 22
  • Speech at San Francisco, California, September 22
  • Remarks made at Sacramento, CA Campaign 1948, September 22
  • Remarks at Public Park, Nevada, September 22
  • Remarks at Roseville, California, September 22
  • Remarks at Reno, Nevada, September 22
  • Speech at Los Angeles, California, September 23
  • Remarks at Mojave, California, September 23
  • Remarks at Bakersfield, California, September 23
  • Remarks at Tulare, California, September 23
  • Remarks at Fresno, California, September 23
  • Remarks at Merced, California, September 23
  • Remarks at Burbank, California, September 23
  • Remarks at Phoenix, Arizona, September 24
  • Remarks at San Diego, California, September 24
  • Remarks at Oceanside, California, September 24
  • Remarks at Yuma, Arizona, September 24
  • Remarks at Colton, California, September 24
  • Remarks at Marfa, Texas, September 25
  • Remarks at Lordsburg, New Mexico, September 25
  • Remarks at Deming, New Mexico, September 25
  • Remarks at Sierra Blanca, Texas, September 25
  • Remarks at Sanderson, Texas, September 25
  • Remarks at Alpine, Texas, September 25
  • Remarks at Valentine, Texas, September 25
  • Remarks at El Paso, Texas, September 25
  • Remarks at San Antonio, Texas, September 26
  • Remarks at Alamo, Texas, September 26 [missing]
  • Remarks at Bonham, Texas, September 27
  • Remarks at Waco, Texas, September 27
  • Recorded Speech--Democratic Women's Day, September 27
  • Remarks at Hillsboro, Texas, September 27
  • Remarks at Georgetown, Texas, September 27
  • Remarks at Austin, Texas, September 27
  • Remarks at San Marcos, Texas, September 27
  • Remarks at Temple, Texas, September 27
  • Remarks at Bells, Texas, September 27
  • Remarks at Ft. Worth, Texas, September 27
  • Remarks at Grand Prairie, Texas, September 27
  • Remarks at Greenville, Texas, September 27
  • Remarks at Dallas, Texas, September 27
  • Remarks at Norman, Oklahoma City, September 28
  • Remarks at Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, September 28
  • Remarks at Gainesville, Texas, September 28
  • Remarks at Davis, Oklahoma, September 28
  • Remarks at Pauls Valley, Oklahoma, September 28
  • Remarks at Sherman, Texas, September 28
  • Remarks at Ardmore, Oklahoma, September 28
  • Remarks at Marietta, Oklahoma, September 28
  • Remarks at Whitesboro, Texas, September 28
  • Remarks at Purcell, Oklahoma, September 28
  • Remarks at Holdenville, Oklahoma, September 29
  • Remarks at Wewoka, Oklahoma, September 29
  • Remarks at Seminole, Oklahoma, September 29
  • Remarks at Tulsa, Oklahoma, September 29
  • Remarks at Neosho, Missouri, September 29
  • Remarks at Eufaula, Oklahoma, September 29
  • Remarks at McAlester, Oklahoma, September 29
  • Remarks at Shawnee, Oklahoma, September 29
  • Remarks at Afton, Oklahoma, September 29
  • Remarks at Marshfield, Missouri, September 29
  • Remarks at Monett, Missouri, September 29
  • Remarks at Claremore, Oklahoma, September 29
  • Remarks at Springfield, Missouri, September 29
  • Remarks at Vinita, Oklahoma, September 29
  • Remarks at Chelsea, Oklahoma, September 29
  • Remarks at Muskogee, Oklahoma, September 29
  • Remarks at Carbondale, Illinois, September 30
  • Remarks at Marion, Illinois, September 30
  • Remarks at Henderson, Illinois, September 30
  • Remarks at Evansville, Indiana, September 30
  • Remarks at Mt. Vernon, Indiana, September 30
  • Remarks at Carmi, Illinois, September 30
  • Remarks at Dorado, Illinois, September 30
  • Remarks at Vet's Hospital, Marion, Illinois, September 30
  • Remarks at Owensboro. Kentucky, September 30
  • Remarks at Irvington, Kentucky, September 30
  • Remarks at Hawesville, Kentucky, September 30
  • Remarks at Louisville, Kentucky, September 30
  • Remarks at Herrin, Illinois, September 30
  • Remarks at West Frankfort, Illinois, September 30
  • Remarks at Morehead, Kentucky, October 1
  • Remarks at Mt. Sterling, Kentucky, October 1
  • Remarks at Winchester, Kentucky, October 1
  • Remarks at Lexington, Kentucky, October 1
  • Remarks at Frankfort, Kentucky, October 1
  • Remarks at Huntington, West Virginia, October 1
  • Remarks at Ashland, Kentucky, October 1
  • Remarks at Shelbyville, Kentucky, October 1
  • Remarks at Olive Hill, Kentucky, October 1
  • Remarks at Montgomery, West Virginia, October 1
Box 34
  • Remarks at Charleston, West Virginia, October 1
  • Return to Washington, D.C. After Western Trip, October 2
  • Remarks at Wilmington, Delaware, October 6
  • Remarks at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October 6
  • Remarks at Richard Allen Housing Project, Philadelphia, October 6
  • Remarks at Bridgeport, Pennsylvania, October 7
  • Remarks at Camden, New Jersey, October 6
  • Remarks at Jersey City, New Jersey, October 7
  • Remarks Before Democratic Congressmen, New Jersey Tour, October 7
  • Remarks at Elizabeth, New Jersey, October 7
  • Remarks at Allentown, Pennsylvania, October 7
  • Remarks at Easton, Pennsylvania, October 7
  • New Jersey Speeches, October 7
  • Remarks at Newark, New Jersey, October 7
  • Remarks at Reading, Pennsylvania, October 7
  • Remarks at Albany, New York, October 8
  • Remarks at Buffalo, New York, October 8
  • Remarks at Auburn, New York, October 8
  • Remarks at Syracuse, New York, October 8
  • Remarks at Oneida, New York, October 8
  • Remarks at Rome, New York, October 8
  • Remarks at Amsterdam, New York, October 8
  • Remarks at Little Falls, New York, October 8
  • Remarks at Utica, New York, October 8
  • Remarks at Schenectady, New York, October 8
  • Remarks at Batavia, New York, October 8
  • Remarks at Rochester, New York, October 8
  • Remarks at Geneva, New York, October 8
  • Remarks at Seneca Falls, New York, October 8
  • Remarks at Akron, Ohio, October 11
  • Remarks at Dayton, Ohio, October 11
  • Remarks at Cincinnati, Ohio, October 11
  • Remarks at Lima, Ohio, October 11
  • Remarks at Ottawa, Ohio, October 11
  • Remarks at Deshler, Ohio, October 11
  • Remarks at Willard, Ohio, October 11
  • Remarks at Hamilton, Ohio, October 11
  • Remarks at Sidney, Ohio, October 11
  • Remarks at Fostoria, Ohio, October 11
  • Remarks at Akron, Ohio, October 11
  • Remarks at Rittman, Ohio, October 11
  • Remarks at Springfield, Illinois, October 12
  • Remarks at Decatur, Illinois, October 12
  • Remarks at Tolono, Illinois, October 12
  • Remarks at Richmond, Indiana, October 12
  • Remarks at Greenfield, Indiana, October 12
  • Remarks at Danville, Illinois, October 12
  • Remarks at Adams, Wisconsin, October 13
  • Remarks at Altoona, Wisconsin, October 13
  • Remarks at Spooner, Wisconsin, October 13
  • Remarks at Superior, Wisconsin, October 13
  • Remarks at Duluth, Minnesota, October 13
  • Remarks at St. Paul, Minnesota, October 13
  • Remarks at (clippings) St. Paul, Minnesota, October 13
  • Remarks at Winona, Minnesota, October 14
  • Remarks at Mankato, Minnesota, October 14
  • Remarks at Elroy, Wisconsin, October 14
  • Remarks at Sparta, Wisconsin, October 14
  • Remarks at Waseca, Minnesota, October 14
  • Remarks at Madison, Wisconsin, October 14
  • Remarks at Milwaukee, Wisconsin, October 14
  • Remarks at (Text) Milwaukee, Wisconsin, October 14
  • Remarks at Noblesville, Indiana, October 15
  • Remarks at Indianapolis, Indiana, October 15
  • Speech at Indiana Theatre Ballroom, Indianapolis, October 15
  • Remarks at Hammond, Indiana, October 15
  • Remarks at Logansport, Indiana, October 15
  • Remarks at Tipton, Indiana, October 15
  • Remarks at North Judson, Indiana, October 15
  • Remarks at Kokomo, Indiana, October 15
  • Remarks at Grafton, Virginia, October 16
  • Remarks at Clarksburg, West Virginia, October 16
  • Remarks at Keyser, West Virginia, October 16
  • Remarks at Raleigh, North Carolina, October 18
  • Speech at American Legion Convention, Miami, Florida, on Foreign Policy-Peace, etc. October 18
  • Speech at American Legion Convention, (Text) Miami, Florida, October 18
  • Campaign Speeches Urging South to Return to the Democratic Party Fold, Raleigh, North Carolina, October 19
  • Address at State Fair Grounds, Raleigh, North Carolina, October 19
  • Radio Talk from Washington, D.C., October 21 (Missing)
  • Speech Made From the White House, Sponsored by International Ladies Garment Workers Union Campaign Committee, October 21, 1948
Box 35
  • Remarks at Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, October 22
  • Remarks at Scranton, Pennsylvania, October 23
  • Remarks at Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, October 22
  • Remarks at Johnstown, Pennsylvania, October 22
  • Remarks at Lock Haven, Pennsylvania, October 23
  • (Clippings) Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, October 23
  • (Text) Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, October 23
  • Speech at Chicago, Illinois, October 25
  • Speech at Gary, Indiana, October 25
  • Speech at Garrett, Indiana, October 25
  • (Text) Chicago, Illinois, October 25
  • Remarks at Toledo, Ohio, October 26
  • Speech at Cleveland, Ohio, October 26
  • (Text) Cleveland, Ohio, October 26
  • Remarks at Elyria, Ohio, October 26
  • Remarks at Sandusky, Ohio, October 26
  • Remarks at Elkhart, Indiana, October 26
  • Remarks at South Bend, Indiana, October 26
  • Speech at Boston, Massachusetts, October 27
  • Remarks at Thompsonville, Connecticut, October 27
  • Remarks at Pittsfield, Massachusetts, October 27
  • Remarks at Hartford, Connecticut, October 27
  • Remarks at Framingham, Massachusetts, October 27
  • Remarks at Springfield, Massachusetts, October 27
  • Remarks at Worcester, Massachusetts, October 27
  • Speech at Boston, Massachusetts, October 27
  • Speech at Springfield, Massachusetts, (Text) October 27
  • Remarks at City Hall, Providence, Rhode Island, October 28, 1948
  • Remarks at Quincy, Massachusetts, October 28
  • Remarks at New London, Connecticut, October 28
  • Remarks at Brocton, Massachusetts, October 28
  • Remarks at Taunton, Massachusetts, October 28
  • Remarks at South Norwalk, Connecticut, October 28
  • Remarks at Dinner Honoring Senator Wagner, Waldorf-Astoria, New York, October 28
  • Remarks at New Haven, Connecticut, October 28
  • Remarks at Fall River, Massachusetts, October 28
  • Remarks at Bridgeport, Connecticut, October 28
  • Remarks at Madison Square Garden, New York, October 28
  • Remarks at Union Square, New York City, October 28
  • Remarks made at the Grand Concourse Plaza Hotel, Bronx, N.Y., October 29, 1948
  • Remarks at Harlem, New York, October 29
  • Remarks at Queens, New York, October 29
  • Remarks at Yonkers, New York, October 29
  • Speech, Academy of Music, Brooklyn, New York, October 29
  • Remarks at Terre Haute, Indiana, October 30
  • Remarks at Mattoon, Illinois, October 30
  • Remarks at Belle Fontaine, Ohio, October 30
  • Remarks at St. Louis, Missouri, October 30
  • (Clippings) St. Louis, Missouri, October 30
  • Final Radio Address--Independence, Missouri, November 1
  • Final Radio Address (Text)--Independence, Missouri, November 1
  • Remarks at St. Louis, Missouri, November 4
  • Remarks at Independence, Missouri, November 3
  • Remarks at Cincinnati, Ohio, November 4
  • Remarks at Vincennes, Indiana, November 4
  • Remarks at North Portico, White House, November 5
    Politics--1948 Campaign (Duplicate Folders)
  • Speech Made at Cadillac Square, Detroit, September 6, 1948
  • Remarks at Lansing, Michigan, September 6, 1948
  • Remarks at Hamtramck, Michigan, September 6, 1948
  • Remarks at Toledo, Ohio, September 6, 1948
  • Dexter, Iowa Speech ("Wall Street Gluttons" ), September 18, 1948
  • Remarks at Flint, Michigan, September 1948
  • Speech at Denver, Colorado on "Peril to West" , September 20, 1948
  • Reclamation Speech at Salt Lake City, Utah, September 21, 1948
  • Speech attacking GOP House Un-American Committee, Oakland, California, September 22, 1948
  • Speech Attacking Communism at Los Angeles, California, September 23, 1948 [empty]
  • Talk to School Children at Tehachapo, California, September 23, 1948
  • Phoenix, Arizona Speech Attacking "Me Too" Attitude of GOP, September 24, 1948
  • El Paso, Texas Speech Against GOP Threat to Cheap Power, September 25, 1948
  • Speech Hitting GOP Stand on Tariff, Bonham, Texas, September 27, 1948
  • "Jim Crow" Law Suspended for Truman Speech at Rebel Stadium, Dallas, Texas, September 28, 1948
    Politics--Western Trip, 1950
Box 36
  • Western Trip, May 1950, Editorial Comment
  • Western Trip, Republican Comment, May 1950, May 1950,
  • Remarks at Galesburg, Illinois Attacking "Isolationism" , May 8, 1950
  • Remarks at Burlington, Iowa, May 8, 1950
  • Remarks on Farm Program, Ottumwa, Iowa, May 8, 1950
  • Remarks at REA at Creston, Iowa, May 8, 1950
  • Remarks at FDIC at Pacific Junction, Iowa, May 8, 1950
  • Lincoln, Nebraska Speech on Farm Problems, May 8, 1950
  • Remarks on Farm Program, Grand Island, Nebraska, May 8, 1950
  • Remarks on Conservation, Ravenna, Nebraska, May 8, 1950
  • Remarks on REA--Housing, Etc., Broken Bow, Nebraska, May 8, 1950
  • Remarks on Peace, Seneca, Nebraska, May 8, 1950
  • Speech on Natural Resources, Casper, Wyoming, May 9, 1950
  • Speech on Small Business, Casper, Wyoming, May 9, 1950
  • Remarks on Woman Suffrage, Progress, Etc., Wendover, Wyoming, May 9, 1950
  • Foreign Policy Speech, Laramie, Wyoming, May 9, 1950
  • Cheyenne, Wyoming Speech on Small Business, May 9, 1950
  • Speech on China, Laramie, Wyoming, May 9, 1950
  • Remarks on Wool, Rawlins, Wyoming, May 9, 1950
  • Laramie, Wyoming Speech on Foreign Policy in Asia, May 10, 1950
  • Remarks on Atomic Energy, Pocatello, Idaho, May 10, 1950
  • Remarks on Potato Situation, Shoshone, Idaho, May 10, 1950
  • Remarks on Peace, Glenns Ferry, Idaho, May 10
  • Remarks on Reclamation--Conservation, Boise, Idaho, May 10
  • Remarks to Boy Scouts on Liberty, Nampa, Idaho, May 10, 1950
  • Remarks at Ontario, Oregon, May 10, 1950
  • Remarks on Farm Problem, Huntington, Oregon, May 10
  • Remarks on Conservation, Etc., Baker, Oregon, May 10
  • Remarks on Lumber Industry, La Grande, Oregon, May 10
  • Wendover, Wyoming Speech, May 9
  • Speech on Economic Program, Pendleton, Oregon, May 10
  • Speech on Housing, Umatilla, Oregon, May 10
  • Remarks at Wallula, Oregon, May 10
  • Remarks at Pasco, Washington on Defense, Atomic Energy, Etc. May 10
  • Remarks at Coulee City, Washington, May 11
  • Speech at Grand Coulee Dam, May 11
  • Frank Banks Ceremony, Grand Coulee Dam, Washington, May 11
  • Remarks on R. E. A., Wilbur, Washington, May 11
  • Speech at Gonzaga U., Spokane, Washington (Civil Rights) May 11
  • Remarks at Junior Livestock Show, Spokane, Washington, May 11
  • Talk on Development of Natural Resources, May 11
  • Speech at Paradise, Montana, May 11
  • Remarks on Dam Projects, Missoula, Montana, May 11
  • Remarks on River Development, Garrison, Montana, May 12
  • Speech on Economy, Labor, Etc., Butte, Montana, 12
  • Remarks on Current Issues, Great Falls, Montana, May 12
  • Speech on U.S. Economy, Helena, Montana, May 12
  • Talk on Reclamation, Big Sandy, Montana, May 12
  • Remarks on Education, Havre, Montana, May 12
  • Speech on Missouri River Valley Project, Ft. Peck Dam, Montana, May 13, 1950
  • Remarks at Glasgow, Montana, May 13
  • Talk on Dam Projects, Williston, North Dakota, May 13
  • Speech on Health Program, Minot, North Dakota, May 13
  • Remarks on Flood Control, New Rockford, North Dakota, May 13
  • Edwina Lahey Article in Chicago Daily News, May 13, 1950, "Nobody Hates Him"
  • Foreign Trade Speech, Fargo, North Dakota, May 13
  • Economy Talk, Breckinridge, Minnesota, May 13
  • Remarks at Altoona, Wisconsin, May 14
  • Talk at Elroy, Wisconsin, May 14
  • Speech at Madison, Wisconsin, on International Cooperation, May 14
  • Remarks at Laying of Cornerstone of Filene House Dedication, Madison, Wis., May 14, 1950
  • Jefferson Jubilee Speech in Chicago, Ill., May 15, 1950
  • Cumberland, Maryland Remarks on Social Issues, May 1950
    Politics--General, 1952
Box 37
  • Nixon Fund Statements on Income Report Law
  • Magazine Articles
  • Politics, 1952
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • Letter to Chairman, Democratic Midwestern Conference, Kansas City, January 22, 1952
  • Statements on Ike's Candidacy, 1952
  • Remarks on Ike's Candidacy, 1949
  • Denies Krock News Column of Ike-Truman Deal
  • Feud with Ike as Result of General's Reversal of Korea Policy
  • Comment on Ike's Abilene Speech
  • Statement on Taft's Candidacy, 1952
  • Statement on MacArthur
  • Statement on National Primaries
  • Comment on Result of New Hampshire Primary, March 12, 1952
  • Withdrawal as Candidate for Re-Election, March 29, 1952, Nation's Reaction to
  • On His Possible Candidacy in 1952
  • New Hampshire Primary--Clippings
  • On Nomination at Democratic Convention, 1952
  • Politics as Senatorial Candidate
  • Denies Backing Anyone for President, Including Stevenson
  • The South in 1952
  • Political Issues in 1952
  • Cartoons
  • Political Polls
  • Politics--Groups for
Box 38
  • New Republic--Article--President Should Withdraw
  • Washington News--Articles by Kermit McFarland--"Truman Legacy," April 1952
  • Speeches--Democratic National Convention, 1952
  • Address Aboard Courier--Speaking to People Behind Iron Curtain, March 4, 1952
  • U.S. News and World Report Article--"Truman the Politician," June 30, 1952
  • Plans for the Future
  • Address Dedicating Norfolk and Bull Shoals Dam, Arkansas, July 2, 1952
  • President and the 1952 Campaign
  • General Walter B. Smith Testimony on Communists in CIA Irks President
  • News Conference Irked by Stevenson Statement to Oregon Journal on "Mess in Washington," August 21, 1952
  • Press Conference Attacks "One Party Press" and Raps Ike's Appeal for GOP Congress, September 11, 1952
  • MacArthur Controversy Over Army Desertions, December 1952
    Politics--Whistle-Stop Tour, 1952
  • Truman Whistle-Stop Speeches, September 1-October 11, 1952 (Numbers 1-99, Incl.)
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Truman Itinerary--Campaign Train, 1952
  • Whistle-Stop Tour, October 27-30 (Speeches)
  • Whistle-Stop Tour, Starting September 1 (1952)
  • Whistle-Stop Tour, Itinerary
  • Editorial Reaction to "Whistle-Stop" Tour
  • "Truth Team" (GOP) Follows "Whistle-Stop" Tour
  • GOP Comment and Reaction to "Whistle-Stop" Tour
  • Taft Attacks "Whistle-Stop" Tour
  • Labor Day Rally--Milwaukee, September 1, 1952
  • Parkersburg, West Virginia, September 2, 1952
  • Address Before American Hospital Association, Philadelphia--Social Security, Health Insurance, September 16
  • Address to National Conference on Citizenship--Communism, Links "Big Lie" to Jenner-McCarthy, September 17
  • Message to AFL Convention on Taft-Hartley Law, Attacks GOP 1952 Platform, September 17
  • Press Conference Attacks Ike's Statement on Commanding Railroad Workers if Drafted in 1946 Strike
  • On Tour for Stevenson-Fargo, Grand Forks, North Dakota, September 29
  • On Tour for Stevenson, Says Ike was Blind to Red Danger, Havre, Montana, September 30, 1952
  • Says Ike Crusade Directed by Taft, Spokane, October 2, 1952
Box 39
  • Attacks Ike on Public Power, Redding, California, October 3
  • Denounces, Taft, McCarthy, Etc.--Provo, Utah, October 6
  • Says Ike's Farm Views "Silly," Shenandoah, Iowa, October 8
  • Hits Ike on Federal Aid to Education, Missouri Tour, October 8
  • Attacks GOP Promises of Tax Cuts, Cleveland, Ohio, October 9
  • Speeches, Buffalo, Utica, Rochester, Albany, October 10
  • Attacks Ike Promise to Bring Troops Home from Korea, New England Tour, Massachusetts, 1952
  • Speech--Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, Columbus Day, Eastern Tour, New York, October 12
  • Manchester, New Hampshire, Power--Taft-Hartley Law, October 16
  • Attacks Ike on Foreign Policy, Tide Lands Oil, Etc., Hartford, Conn., October 16-18, 1952
  • "What Truman Tells Voters" --Taft Answers Point for Point, Life, October 20
  • Civil Rights--New Jersey Tour
  • Attacks Ike Assertion Social Security Laws Were Bi-Partisan, Scranton, Pennsylvania, October 22
    Politics--Last Messages to Congress
  • Appraisals of Truman Administration After 1952
  • The Economic Report of the President, January 14, 1953
  • Farewell Address from White House, January 15, 1953
  • State of Union Message to Congress, 1953
  • Gives Navy Jurisdiction Over Tide Lands Oil, January 17, 1953
    Politics--Retirement from the Presidency
Box 40
  • Departure from Washington, DC, January 20, 1953 and Subsequent Plans
  • Cabinet's Future Plans
  • Invitation to Ike for Meeting, Stories on, November 18, 1952
  • Presidential Pardons Granted Before Leaving Office
  • Finances at End of Term of Office
  • Last Press Conference, January 15, 1953
  • Statements on President's Plan for Going to Korea, December 1952
  • Says Russia Doesn't Have an A-Bomb in Workable Form, January 27, 1953
  • Proposal to Award Truman the Nobel Peace Prize
  • Contract with Life to Write His Memoirs and Trouble with Tax Rebate on Returns
  • Attacks on Congress About Government Reorganization Legislation, January 1953
  • Future Political Activity
  • Message to Congress on Budget, January 1953
  • Miscellaneous (News Clippings) 1948-1954
  • Miscellaneous News Clippings, 1952
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    Polls
Box 41
  • Public Opinion Polls, 1951
  • Truman Popularity Polls
  • Gallup Polls on Truman Program, 1949-1950
  • Public Opinion Polls After Election--Gallup Poll on Truman Popularity, March 30, 1949
  • Truman's Increase in Prestige from January 1947
  • Attitudes Toward Foreign Policy, August 31, 1950
    Post-Presidential--Miscellaneous
  • Statements on Foreign Policy
  • Truman Cartoons
  • Health After Leaving Presidency
  • Eisenhower and the Presidency
  • McCarthy Inference He Might Subpoena Truman on Pretext Over Canadian Spy List
  • Bricker Amendment
  • Statements and Relations with Stevenson
  • Quips and Anecdotes Made in Travel About Country
  • On TV: Interviews--Statements
    Post-Presidential--Harry Dexter White Case
  • Subpoenaed by Congressman Velde to Appear Before House Un-American Activities Committee, November 13, 1953
  • Text of Answer to Attorney General Brownell on Harry Dexter White charges, November 17, 1953
  • Velde Spy Probe, November 1953
  • Clips on Truman and Harry Dexter White Case, November 1953
  • Interview in New York on 18 Year Old Vote Question, January 8, 1954
    Post-Presidential--Speeches Made After Leaving Office
Box 42
  • Labor Day Speech in Detroit, September 7, 1953
  • Speech at Democratic Dinner, His Stay There, Chicago, September 14, 1953
  • Address Before Four Freedoms Foundation, Waldorf-Astoria, New York, Endorses Wagner for Mayor, September 29, 1953
  • Raps GOP Economic Policy, St. Louis Dinner, October 8, 1953
  • Miscellaneous Clippings, General, 1954
  • Frank McKinney Testimonial Dinner, Indianapolis, October 11, 1953
  • Civil Rights (American Jewish Congress), New York, 1953[missing]
  • Young Democrats, Kansas City, November 20, 1953
  • Israel Bond-Raising Group, Chicago, November 28, 1953
  • West Minister College: "What Hysteria Does to Us" , April 12, 1954
  • Ada, New York City Attacking GOP Tax Program, February 6, 1954
  • Interview in New York and Kansas City "Red Herring" Quote, January 8, 1954
  • "Mr. Citizen" American Weekly Series by Truman, September -October 1953
  • Waldorf-Astoria on 70th Birthday for Benefit of Truman Library
  • National Press Club, May 10, 1954
  • Amalgamated Clothing Workers, Atlantic City, May 13, 1954
  • Role in 1954 Elections
  • Kansas City, October 16, 1954
  • Interview with Drew Pearson, November 1954
    Post-Presidential--Truman in 1954
  • The Truman Memorial Library
  • Emergency Operation and Serious Complications
  • Post-Election Press Conference, December 11, 1952
  • 70th Birthday anniversary
  • Speech at Waldorf-Astoria, May 8, 1954
  • Speech at National Press Club, May 10, 1954
  • Atlantic City, May 13
  • Magazine Articles, 1954
  • Harry S. Truman in Retirement
    Post-Presidential--Truman in 1955
  • Speech at Rayburn Dinner, Washington, D. C., April 16, 1955
  • TV Show "Person to Person" , May 27, 1955
  • 10th Anniversary of UN, June 24, 1955
  • Start of Harry S. Truman Library, 1955
  • Remarks About the Press, 1955
  • Comments on Dixon-Yates, 1955
  • General Comments on United Nations
  • General Speeches, 1955
  • Witness Before Senate Foreign Relations Committee on UN Charter Revision, April 18, 1955
  • Comments on 2nd Anniversary of Retirement, January 20, 1955
  • A-Bomb
  • In Retirement
  • General, 1955
  • Meetings with Former Staff Members
  • Story HST Will Run for Vice-President in 1956
    The Press
Box 43
  • Exclusive Interview with Arthur Krock, New York Times, February 14, 1950
  • The Press
  • Press Conference, May 4, 1950--Scouting War Alarms--Promises Defense Cuts
  • Reports of Truman-Barkley Rift--Newspaper Columns, April 1950
  • Remarks in Press Conference on Obstruction in Own Party and GOP, May 19, 1950
  • Extemporaneous Remarks at Press Conference, December 31, 1947
  • Address to Associated Press Luncheon at New York, April 20, 1947
  • Address American Society of Newspaper Editors, April 17, 1948
  • Press Conference--Reporters Say He is "Cocky" , May 24, 1951
  • Press Conference--On Charges of Scandal in Government, December 13, 1951
  • Press Conference--Comments on Eisenhower's Candidacy, January 10, 1952
  • Labor Day Speech in Detroit, September 7, 1953
    Public Power
  • Remarks to Electric Consumers Conference, Washington, D. C., May 26, 1952
  • Missouri Valley Authority
  • Creation of Missouri Basin Survey Commission, January 3, 1952
  • Statement on Signing TVA Bill, June 30, 1948
  • St. Lawrence Project
  • TVA and Allied Authorities
  • Outlines Rivers Planning, January 5, 1950
  • Special Message to Congress Concerning Power Projects--Rivers and Harbor Bill, May 22, 1950
  • Power Development
  • Power Record
    Reciprocal Trade
  • Statement on Signing Reciprocal Trade Bill, September 26, 1949
  • Foreign Trade
  • Statement on Signing Reciprocal Trade Act, June 26, 1948
  • Message to Congress on Reciprocal Trade, March 1, 1948
  • Truman's Statements on Reciprocal Trade Program
    Religion
  • Church and State, 1949
  • Pope Pius statement on President Truman, September 1945
  • Address Before Federal Council of Churches, March 6, 1946
  • Religious Groups
  • Jewish Press
  • Statement on Jewish New Year, August 18, 1950
  • Address to Washington Pilgrimage, Churchmen on Religious Unity
    Government Reorganization
  • Call for Harmony After GOP Congressional Victory, November 11, 1946
  • Comments on Hoover Commission, January 1949
  • Government Reorganization--27 Point Program Given to Congress, March 13, 1950
  • Reorganization Plans Submitted to Congress, May 9, 1950
  • Message to Congress on Reorganization Plan #1 on RFC, February 19, 1951
    Science
Box 44
  • Text of Science Plan Statement, December 24, 1947
  • Veto of Science Foundation Bill, August 6, 1947
    Social Welfare
  • General Welfare
  • Message Vetoing Social Security Bill, June 14, 1948
  • Message to Congress on Social Security, May 24, 1948
  • Social Security Program
  • Statement on Broader Social Security
  • Signing Bill for Old Age Funds, August 28, 1950
    Truman's Minor Speeches, 1945
  • Address at Pemiscot County Fair, Missouri, October 7
  • Dedication of Kentucky Dam, October 8
  • Commissions U.S.S. Franklin D. Roosevelt, October 26
  • Navy Day Speech, New York, October 26
  • Presentation, Congressional Medal of Honor, November 12
  • Progress of Reconversion, November 29
  • Speech on Military Policy
  • Christmas Message, December 24
    Truman's Minor Speeches, 1946
  • (Radio) on Domestic Issues, January 3
  • "I Am American Day" , March 12
  • Army Day Speech, Chicago, April 6
  • Address to Pan American Union, April 11
  • Address--Hyde Park, 1 Year After Roosevelt Died, April 12
  • Radio Appeal on Food--European Aid, April 19
  • Address at George Washington University Graduation, May 29
  • Address at Washington College Graduation, June 2
  • Address (Peace)--West Point Cadets, September 28
  • Christmas Message, December 24
    Speeches (Minor), 1947
  • March of Dimes, January 30
  • Roosevelt as President, February 17
  • Arrival of Mexican President, April 28
  • Address at Monticello (Jefferson's Home), July 4
    Speeches (Minor), 1948
  • Address--William and Mary College, April 2
  • Address--Third Anniversary F.D.R.'s Death, April 12
  • Address--DAR, April 19
  • Talk on Cuban Anniversary, April 20
  • Talk to National Family Life Conference, May 4
  • Five Cent Stamp, 100 Year of Swedish Settlement, May 5
  • "I Am An American Day," May 16
  • Signs Act to Amend Trading with the Enemy Act, July 3
  • Monument Dedication at Bolivar, Missouri, July 5
  • Dedication Idlewild Airport, July 20
  • Address to American Legion, August 29
    Speeches (Minor), 1949
  • Barkley Dinner, January 18
  • Remarks at Electors' Dinner, January 19
  • Finance Committee Luncheon, January 19
  • Speech before National Planning Association, February 1
  • "I Am An American Day" , February 10
  • Message to DAR, April 19
  • Remarks to Associated Church Press, April 21
  • Remarks to Farm Radio Directors
  • Remarks to President's Conference, May 25
  • Endorsement of Boy Scouts, May 25
  • Remarks to Foreign Representatives of Inter-American Bar Assn., June 2
  • Five Speeches on Trip to Little Rock, Arkansas, June 10-11
  • Remarks to Delegates, National 4-H Club Camp, June 16
  • Remarks to Delegates, National Conference, Boy Governors, June 17
  • Patronage Message to Congress on Post Office Affairs, June 24
  • Radio Address on Economic Condition of Country, July 13
  • Comment and Editorials on Truman Economic Speech
  • Remarks to Shriner's Diamond Jubilee Banquet, July 19
  • Remarks to German Editors and Publishers, July 26
  • Remarks to Boy's Forum -National Government of American Legion, August 3
  • Speech Greeting Philippine President, August 8
  • Speech to VFW on "Arming for Peace" , August 22
  • Democrat National Dinner, August 24
  • Remarks to 3rd Girls Nation, American Legion Auxiliary, August 25
Box 45
  • Remarks to American Legion Convention, August 29
  • Telegram on Midcentury White House Conference (children), August 31
  • Remarks to Midcentury White House Conference (children), September 8
  • Remarks to Joint Annual Meeting, International Monetary Fund and International Bank, September 13
  • National Citizens Committee for UN Day, September15
  • Speech on Armed Services Pay Bill, September 26
  • William Boyle Testimonial Dinner, September 29
  • Officers' Luncheon, Ft. Bragg, North Carolina, October 4
  • Informal Talk to Group of Industrialists, October 20
  • American Society of Civil Engineers, November 2
  • Minnesota Centennial Celebration, November 3
  • Speech for Shah of Iran's Visit, November 16
  • Speech--Food and Agricultural Organization of U.N., November 23
  • Speech--Arlington Cemetery--Dedicating Electric Carillon, December 21
  • Christmas Greeting to Tree Lighting Celebration, December 23
  • [Statement by the President to the People of Indonesia Regarding Transfer of sovereignty from Kingdom of the Netherlands to the United States of Indonesia, December 28, 1949]
  • [Press Release, December 29, 1949 Regarding Mohammed Reza Pahlavi, Shahinshah of Iran, visit to U.S.]
  • [Proclamation, December 29, 1949--Copyright Extension: Australia]
    Speeches (Minor), 1950
  • Remarks to Democratic Congressmen, January 12
  • Federal Reserve Bank Director's in Washington, January 16
  • Attorney General's Conference on Law Enforcement Problems, February 15
  • Peanut and Cotton Agricultural Allotment, April 3
  • U.S. National Committee for U.N. Cultural Organization, April 13
  • Executive Order Assigning Responsibility for Pay of Uniformed Services (Retired), April 14
  • American Society of Newspaper Editors, April 20
  • Speech, Federal Bar Association, April 24
  • Visit of Pakistani Premier, May 3
  • Address Opening Savings Bond Drive, May 15
  • Address to Library of Congress on Publication of Jefferson Papers, May 17
  • Address to President's Conference on Industrial Safety, June 3
  • Address to Better Business Bureau, June 6
  • Remarks on Group Affiliation, June 7
  • Informal Remarks on Missouri Tour, June 9-10
  • Address at University of Missouri, June 9
  • Address Commemorating Louisiana Purchase, St. Louis, June 10
  • Address to Radio Farm Directors, White House, June 12
  • Visit to Marine Base, Quantico, June 15
  • Luncheon for Governors, June 22
  • Dedication of Airport, Baltimore, June 24
  • Speech to Newspaper Guild, June 28
  • Speech to Reserve Officers, June 28
  • Speech to Boy Scouts, June 30
  • Speech to Committee for Physically Handicapped
  • Address--Kiel Auditorium, St. Louis, November 4, 1950
  • Address at Lighting of National Community Christmas Tree, December 24
  • Recorded Message, Voice of America, December 24
  • President and Christmas Holiday, 1950
    Speeches (Minor), 1951
  • Speech on Congressional Reapportionment, January 9
  • Informal Address--Congressional Reception, January 11
  • Remarks at Dinner Honoring Joshua Evans, January 24
  • Remarks at Democratic National Congressional Committee Dinner, January 31
  • Address--Dedication Chapel of the Four Chaplains, Philadelphia, February2
  • Message to Congress on Defense Production Act, April 26
  • Speech at Meeting of Interior Dept., May 9
  • Address to Conference on Citizenship, May 17
  • Speech on Armed Forces Day, Washington, D. C. , May 18
  • Remarks to Conference of U.S. Attorneys, May 24
  • Message to Congress on Foreign Aid
  • Address to Carter Barron Memorial Dedication, May 25
  • Price Control, June 7
  • Speech on Inflation, June 14
Box 46
  • Address on Korean War and Peace Moves, July 4
  • Address on 250th Detroit Birthday Celebration, July 28
  • Remarks on Presentation of Floral Replica of Defense Bond, August 31
  • Statement on Labor Day, September 2
  • Statement to Chemical Society, September 2
  • Radio Address Opening Defense Bond Drive, September 3
  • Address Opening Japanese Peace Conference, September 4
  • Remarks at Luncheon for Democrats of 11 States, September 4
  • Remarks at Dedication of Reserve Corps Armory, Kansas City, September 6
  • Address to Joint Meeting--International Bank and Monetary Fund, September 10
  • Address on Laying Cornerstone, General Accounting Building, September 11
  • On Resignation of Secretary of Defense, Marshall, September 11
  • Remarks to National Citizens Committee for U.N., September 12
  • Address--Constitution Day, Library of Congress, September 16
  • Address--National Association of Postmasters, Washington, D.C., September 17
  • Address--Accepting Gifts from Italian People, September 26
  • Address--Pilgrimage of Churchman, Washington, D.C., September 28
  • Statement in Defense of Executive Suppressing Vital Information and Joe Short Statement, October 4
  • Address at Lighting of Christmas Tree, December 24
  • President and Christmas Holiday
    Speeches--1952
  • Remarks--Masonic Breakfast, Washington, D.C., February 21, 1952
  • Address--Columbia Scholastic Press Association, New York City, March 15, 1952
  • Speech--Democratic National Committee, Mayflower Hotel, March 30, 1952
  • Speech--ADA National Convention Banquet, Washington, D.C., May 17, 1952
  • Speech Text ADA Speech, May 17, 1952, Backs 20 Year New Deal Record
  • Remarks--at the Cadet Dining Hall, U.S. Military Academy, West Point, New York, May 20, 1952
  • Speech--Sesqui-Centennial Convocation, U.S. Military Academy, West Point, "Korea" , May 20, 1952
  • Remarks to Electric Consumers Conference (Power), May 26, 1952
  • Ceremonies Marking 3rd Year of Signing of NATO Treaty, April 4, 1952
  • Address Accepting Gift of a Carillon from Queen Juliana, Washington, D.C., April 4, 1952
  • Address--Seizing Steel Mills, April 8, 1952
  • Executive Order Directing Secretary of Commerce to Take and Operate Steel Mills, April 8, 1952
  • Address--at National Conference International Economic and Social Development, Washington, D.C., April 8, 1952
  • Remarks on Flood Situation at Omaha, Nebraska, April 16, 1952
  • Remarks to Press Conference in Regard to His Political Philosophy, April 17, 1952
  • Remarks on Receiving Gift from French Ambassador, April 18
  • Address at Dedication of New AMVETS Headquarters, Washington, D.C., April 18
  • Address at Meeting of National Civil Service League, Washington, D.C., May 2
  • Remarks at 21st Banquet of the National Housing Conference, Washington, D.C., May 6
  • Remarks at Civil Air Patrol Dinner, Washington, D.C., May 14
  • Address at Awards Program, Department of Agriculture, May 15
  • Address at ADA Banquet, Washington, D.C., May 17
  • Remarks to Teacher of the Year, Washington, D.C., May 21
  • Remarks at the Dedication of the Memorial Plaque to Pvt. Coffelt, Blair House, May 21
  • Address at Veterans Administration Ceremonies, Washington, D.C., May 21
  • Remarks at Midshipmen's Mess Hall, U.S. Naval Academy, May 24
  • Remarks at Electrical Consumers Conference, Washington, D.C., May 26
  • Address Jewish National Fund Banquet, Washington, D.C., May 26
  • Address to Conference on Industrial Safety, Washington, D.C., June 2
  • Address to 35th Division Reunion, Springfield, Missouri, June 6
  • Address at Commencement Exercises, Howard University, June 13
  • Address at Keel-laying Ceremonies--First A-Sub, Graton, Conn., June 14
  • Truman Alumni Association of Industrial College--Armed Forces, December 16
  • Speech to National War College, Foreign Policy, December 19
    Taxes
Box 47
  • Taxes
  • Tax Reduction
  • Tax Program
  • Attitude on Tax Reduction
  • Statement on Poll Tax, Chicago, April 7, 1946
  • Veto on Tax Bill, June 16, 1947, House Sustains Veto, June 17, 1947
  • Veto Message, June 16, 1947--Tax Bill
  • Letter to Congressman Doughton Taxes, November 14, 1950
  • Press Conference Discusses Congressman Knutson's Tax Reduction Proposal
  • GOP Sobriquet for President--"High Tax Harry"
  • Says He Will Fight for Tax Increases in Next Congress
  • Tax Increase by 81st Congress
  • Message Asking Tax Rises, July 25, 1950
  • Message to Congress (Pay as You Go Tax Plan), February 2, 1951
  • Signs Excess Profits Tax, January 3, 1951
  • Tax Legislation in 82nd Congress
  • Statement on Reorganization of Internal Revenue Bureau, January 2, 1952
    Trips
  • Caribbean Cruise Cancelled Because of Greek Crisis, March 1947
  • Philippine Trip Cancelled, June 1946
  • Trip to Canada by Truman, June 1947
  • President Visits Mexico, March 1947
  • Truman at the Rio Conference, September 1947
  • President Visits Missouri to Vote in State Primary, August 1948
  • Christmas Visit to Independence, Missouri, 1948
  • Truman Visits Bolivar, Missouri with President of Venezuela, June 1948
  • Trip to Caribbean, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands, February -March 1948
  • The Florida Vacation, March 1949
  • Key West Vacation, December 1949
  • Key West Vacation, March 1950
  • Presidential Trip to Missouri for 35th Division Reunion, June 1950
  • List of Trips Abroad as President (News Clipping), 1948
  • Vacation at Key West, Florida, March 1952
  • Trip to Florida, February 1951
  • Vacation, Independence, Missouri, 1949
  • Vacation on July 4, 1946, Visits Gettysburg Battlefield
  • Trip to Missouri-Arkansas, October 1945 (Clippings)
  • Vacation -Yacht Cruise on Chesapeake Bay, April 1946
  • Cruise to Bermuda Abroad the "Williamsburg" , August 1946
  • Trip to Fulton, Missouri with Winston Churchill
  • Christmas Trip to Missouri, 1945
  • Truman's Outing with Democrats at Jefferson Park, September 23, 1945
  • Vacation Trips, 1946 -1951 (News Clippings)
  • Key West, Florida Trip, November -December 1951
  • Termination of Key West Vacation, December 9, 1951
  • News Clippings on Vacation Plans (Misc.), 1949 - 1952
  • Cruise on the Potomac River, November 1950
  • Chesapeake 8-Day Cruise, October 1950
  • Truman Trip to Florida, December 1947
    United Nations
Box 48
  • Annual Report to Congress on U.S. Role in U.N., July 3, 1952
  • UN Relief Funds
  • Statements on San Francisco Conference
  • Address at Opening of UN Conference in San Francisco, April 26, 1945
  • Address at Opening of UN Conference in San Francisco, April 26, 1945 (Text)
  • Address to Senate on Presentation of UN Charter, July 2, 1945
  • Speech Closing UN Conference, 1945
  • Speech Opening UN General Assembly, October 23, 1946
  • Statements on UN Organization, 1946
  • First UN Report to Congress, February 1947
  • Visit to San Francisco Conference, June 1947
  • Statement "UN is Working for Peace" , May 18, 1948
  • UN Ceremony at White House, August 1948
  • Speech Before Food and Agriculture Organization of UN in Washington, D. C., November 24, 1948
  • UN Declaration of Human Rights, December 1948
  • Speech on Cornerstone-laying of UN Building, New York City, October 23, 1949
  • Remarks to National Commission for UNESCO, April 13, 1950
  • Remarks to National Citizens Committee for UN Day, September 7, 1950
  • Speech on UN Day, October 23, 1950
  • Address Before UN in New York, October 24, 1950 (Clips)
  • Speaks Before UN, October 24, 1950 (Text)
  • Foreign Policy--UN
  • 2nd Anniversary of UN Charter, June 25, 1947
  • Letter to Congress on UN, February 20, 1948
  • Third Annual Report on UN Sent to Congress, May 1949
  • Fourth Annual Report on UN Sent to Congress, May 1950
  • Speech at Laying of Cornerstone of Washington, D.C. Red Cross Building, October 24, 1951
    Veterans
  • Veteran's Pensions
  • Miscellaneous--Veterans
  • Miscellaneous--Soldiers
  • Veterans Groups
  • Letter to American Veterans Committee on Prejudices in the U.S., September 1946
  • Criticized for Taking Part in White House Party for Veterans, May 1946
  • Veto of Veterans Pension Bills, August 1951
  • Veto of Bill Authorizing Autos for Disabled Veterans, October 18, 1951
  • Statements on Veterans Administration on "Statism"
    Welfare State
  • Truman on Statism
    Henry Wallace
  • Address--Friendly Sons of St. Patrick, Denounces Henry Wallace, March 17, 1948
  • Calls Wallace, Durr, Robeson "Gang"
  • Statement on Wallace Aid in 1948, April 11, 1947
  • Report of President's Letter to VFW Commander Starr Denouncing Wallace, May 1947
  • Refuses to Comment on Wallace Speeches Abroad, April 1947
  • Approval of Wallace's New York Speech on Foreign Policy, Statements, September 1946
  • Comment on Wallace Violence in Indianapolis
    World War II-End
Box 49
  • Truman Becomes Vice President, 1944-1945
  • Statements on Pearl Harbor Report
  • Message to Congress on Continued Lend-Lease, May 1945
  • V-E Day Pronouncement
  • Japanese Surrender Announcement, August 14, 1945
  • Report to Congress on the War, June 1, 1945
  • First Press Conference, End of War, August 16, 1945
  • Proclaims End of Hostilities, World War II, December 31, 1946
  • Statement on Army Demobilization Slow-Down
  • Statement on Reconversion
  • Report on Progress of Reconversion, November 1945
  • Statement on Postwar Labor Policy (Full Employment Bill)
  • Address to Nation on Potsdam Conference, August 9, 1945
  • Decision to Use A-Bomb Against Japan
  • Awards to War Heroes
  • Armistice Day Messages--Tributes to War Dead
  • Statements on Anniversary of V-J Day, August 15, 1947
  • Denial of Peace Report
  • Speech to Congress After Japanese War, September 1945
  • Signing Japanese Surrender on U.S.S. Missouri, September 1, 1945
  • Berlin Conference, August 9, 1945
  • Message to Congress on Executive Branch of Government, May 24, 1945
  • Resolution Proposing End of War with Germany, July 9, 1951
    The Year 1950 (Messages, Remarks, Speeches, Extra Copies)
  • State of the Union Message, January 4, 1950
  • Tax Message to Congress, January 23, 1950
  • Address Before Attorney General's Conference on Law Enforcement Problems, Washington, D.C., February 15
  • Jefferson-Jackson Day Speech, February 16, 1950
  • Foreign Policy Speech at Alexandria, February 22, 1950
  • Hoover Commission for Reorganization of Government and 21 Plans, March 13, 1950
  • Message to Congress--Cotton and Peanut Acreage Allotment, April 3, 1950
  • Message to Congress--Unemployment Benefit Raise, April 5, 1950
  • Remarks to U.S. Committee for UN Education, April 13, 1950
  • Executive Order Assigning Responsibility for Pay of Uniformed Services (Retired), April 14, 1950
  • Veto of Natural Gas Bill, April 15, 1950
  • Speech--Luncheon of American Society of Newspaper Editors, April 19, 1950
  • Message to Congress--Rent Control, April 21, 1950
  • Message to Congress--Problems of Small Business, May 5, 1950
  • Message to Congress--Reorganization Plans, Nos. 22-25, May 9, 1950
  • Message to Congress--To Continue to Provide Military Aid, June 1, 1950
  • Message on Signing Formosa Economic Assistance Act, June 3, 1950
  • Truman's Speech to Better Business Bureaus, June 6, 1950
  • Informal Remarks, Missouri Tour, Mexico Battery D Breakfast, June [9-10], 1950
  • Address--Laying of Cornerstone, New U.S. Court Building, Washington, D.C., June 27
  • Address to Congress on Korean Crisis, July 19, 1950
  • Message--Atlantic Pact-Arms Plan, July 25, 1950
  • Message to Congress on Subversives, August 8 [missing]
  • Message to Nation on Korean War, September 1, 1950
Box 50
  • Letter to Commandant, Marine Corps League on "Navy Police Force" Incident, September 6, 1950
  • Remarks to Marine Corps at the Hotel Statler, September 7, 1950
  • Remarks to National Citizens Committee for UN Day, September 7, 1950
  • Speech to Nation on Controls, September 9, 1950
  • Executive Order Delegating Functions Under Defense Production Act, September 9, 1950
  • Veto Message on Internal Security Act, September 22, 1950
  • Address on Democratic Women's Day, September 27, 1950
  • Speech in San Francisco, Return from MacArthur Visit, October 17, 1950
  • Speech on UN Day, October 23, 1950
  • Pre-election Speech, St. Louis, November 4, 1950
  • Speech--Liberty Bell Ceremony, Independence, November 6,, 1950
  • Letter to Senator Maybank on Rent Control, November 27, 1950
  • Letter to Vice President Barkley on Opening (Lame Duck) Session of Congress, November 27, 1950
  • Atlee Communiqué of December 8, 1950
  • National Emergency Speech and Proclamation, December 15-16, 1950
  • Address (Voice of America) Lighting of Christmas Tree, December 24, 1950
    Year 1951
  • State of the Union Message, January 8, 1951
  • Speech--Congressional Reappointment, January 9, 1951
  • Remarks Honoring Joshua Evans, Mayflower Hotel Dinner, January 24
  • Remarks at Democratic National Congressional Committee Dinner, January 31
  • Message to Congress on "Pay As You Go" Tax Plan, February 2, 1951
  • Executive Order to Defense Dept. on Using Powers Under War Powers Act, February 2
  • Address at Dedication of Four Chaplain's Chapel, Philadelphia, February 2
  • Remarks--Swearing-in Ceremonies of Commission on Internal Security, February 12
  • Message to Congress on Reorganization Plan No. 1 on RFC, February 19
  • Remarks on National Emergence at Masonic Breakfast, February 21
  • Message to Congress on Food to India, February 12
  • Statement on Which MacArthur was Released from His Far-East Command, April 10
  • Speech Following Dismissal of MacArthur, April 11
  • Speech at Jefferson-Jackson Dinner, April 14
  • Message to Congress on Defense Production Act of 1950, April 26
  • Speech at Civil Defense Conference, Washington, D.C., May 7
  • Speech to Industrial Council, Department of Interior, May 9
  • Speech at National Conference on Citizenship, Washington, D.C., May 17
  • Speech--Armed Forces Day, Washington, D.C., May 18
  • Letter to Boyle at Midwest Conference, May 26
  • Remarks at Conference of U.S. Attorneys, May 24
  • Message to Congress, Foreign Aid, May 24
  • Statement on Controls and Inflation, June 7
  • Broadcast on Inflation, June 14
  • Address at Dedication of National Institute of Health Clinical Center, Bethesda, Maryland, June 22
  • Letter to Barkley and Rayburn, June 23
  • Address at Dedication Ceremonies, Arnold Engineering Development Center, Tullahoma, Tennessee, June 25
  • Speech on Peace in World, July 4
  • Address at 250th Anniversary of Detroit, July 28, 1951
  • Letter to Senator McKellar on Flood Control, August 8
  • Speech (Americanism) in Dedicating Washington American Legion Home, August 14
  • Message to Congress on U.S. Friendship to World, August 20
  • Statement by President on Labor Day, September 2
  • Radio Address Opening Defense Bond Drive, September 2
  • Speech Opening Japanese Peace Conference, San Francisco, September 4
Box 51
  • Remarks at Midwestern Democratic Luncheon (fantastic weapons and political speech), September 4
  • Remarks at Dedication of Reserve Armory, Kansas City, Missouri, September 6
  • Address to Joint Meeting of Board of Governors of International Bank and Monetary Fund, September 10
  • Address on Laying Cornerstone, General Accounting Office Building, September 11
  • Address at Constitution Day Ceremonies, Library of Congress, September 16
  • Address National Association of Postmasters, Washington, D.C., September 17
  • Executive Order and Statement on Security, September 25
  • Democratic Women's Day Speech, September 27, 1951
  • Address to Washington Pilgrimage of U.S. Churchmen, Washington, D. C., September 28
  • Statement in Defense of Order Suppressing Vital Information, October 4, 1951
  • Letter to Congress on Supplemental Appropriations for 1952, October 13, 1951
  • Address at Wake Forest College, October 15
  • Remarks to Members American Dental Association, October 16
  • Veto of Bill Providing Disabled Veterans with Autos, October 18
  • Address on Laying of Cornerstone, Washington Red Cross Building, October 24
  • Signs Flood Rehabilitation Act of 1952, October 24, 1951
  • Remarks to 72nd National Guard Association Conference (basic concept of peace), October 24
  • Address at Dedication of Gompers Square, Washington, D.C., October 27
  • Letters Between the President and Frieda Hennock, November 11
  • Remarks to Advisory Council of Women in Service, November 5
  • Remarks to Members of Polish American League, November 6
  • Remarks at Breakfast, American Cartoonist Association, Washington, D.C., November 6
  • Address on Arms Reduction, November 7
  • Armistice Day Speech on Peace, November 11
  • Message to American Jewish Congress, New Yorker Hotel, November 17
  • Address to National Democratic Women's Club of Washington, November 20
  • Address on Lighting of Christmas Tree, December 24
    Year 1952
  • Reorganization of Internal Revenue Bureau, January 2
  • Statement on Commission on Health Needs of the Nation, January 3
  • Creation of Missouri Basin Survey Commission, January 3
  • Communiqué on Meeting with Churchill, January 7-8
  • State of the Union Message (extra copies), January 9
  • Speech at V.F.W. Dinner, Washington, D.C., February 5
  • Message Sent to Congress on Extension of Defense Production Act, February 11
  • Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner Speech, Washington, D.C., March 29
  • Message to Congress Asking Funds for Mutual Security Program, March 6
  • Christmas Message to U.S. Troops in Korea, December 20
    Year 1952-1953
  • DNC Publicity and News Releases, Last Months in Office, 1952-53
  • General Clippings, Last Days in Office, 1952-53
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
Box 52
  • Last Messages From the White House, 1953
  • Editorial Comment Upon Truman's Retirement From Office, 1953
    Youth
  • Address to Young Democrats Dinner, May 14, 1948
  • Miscellaneous Youth
  • Remarks to Mid-Century White House Conference on Children and Youth, September 8, 1949
  • Youth in Politics
  • Talk to Boys Forum Grads in Washington, D.C., August 5, 1948
  • Press Conference with Youths in Chicago Favoring Vote by 17 Years Old, April 7, 1946
  • Talk to Youth Group, July 1946
  • Message to Young Democratic National Convention, Cleveland, Ohio, November 1947
  • Address to Young Democrats at Washington Dinner, May 14, 1948
  • Children
  • Address to Girard College, May 20, 1949
  • Mid-century White House Conference on Youth and Children

Box 53
    Prosecutor
  • Record as Prosecutor, General
  • Dewey--The Year 1937
  • Prosecutor in 1938
    Gubernatorial Campaign-1938
  • Campaigns in 1938 for Governor
  • Dewey in the Year 1939
  • September 1-December 31, 1939
    Candidate for Presidential Nomination-1940
Box 54
  • Bid for Republican Nomination at 1940 National Convention
      [1 of 5]
      [2 of 5]
      [3 of 5]
      [4 of 5]
      [5 of 5]
  • Defeat as Presidential Nominee
  • Dewey in 1940 Presidential Campaign
    Administration as Governor of New York, 1942-1946
Box 55
  • The Year 1942
  • Taxes and Budget, 1943
  • Dewey in 1943
  • State Administration, General, 1944
  • Discrimination and Anti-Discrimination, 1944
  • Address at Conference of Governors, Hershey, Pennsylvania, May 30, 1944
  • Politics in New York State and City, 1944
  • Probe of Albany Politics, 1944
  • Soldier vote (New York State), 1944
  • Women, 1944
  • Governors Conference, Mackinac Island, Michigan, June 1945
  • Attack on O'Dwyer in New York City Mayoralty Campaign, 1945
  • Veteran Issue, 1945
  • Juvenile Delinquency, 1945
  • Labor--Action in New York City Strike, 1945
  • Reconversion Mix-up, 1945
  • Aid to Education, 1945
  • General Clips, 1945
  • Housing and Rent Control, 1945
  • Administration, General, 1945
  • Administration, General, 1946
  • Betram M. Campbell Case, 1946
  • Commutation of Luciano's Sentence, January 1946
  • Labor, 1946
  • Life Insurance--"Dewey Yields on Gouge Bill" , October 1946
  • Insurance
  • Housing, 1946
  • Aid to Education and State University Plans, 1946
  • Veterans, 1946
  • Taxes and Budget, 1946
  • Discrimination--Ives-Quinn Bill, 1946
  • Discrimination--Support of College Bias Ban, October 1946
  • Discrimination--Inquiry into Shooting of Two Freeport Negroes, July 1946
  • Message to New York Legislature, January 9, 1946
  • Speech Reporting Legislative Accomplishments of State Administration, April 1946
    Gubernatorial Campaign-1946
  • Governorship Race, 1946
  • Statements on Democrats and President Truman during Campaign
    Administration as Governor of New York, 1947-1950
Box 56
  • Inaugural Speech, 1947
  • Dewey Administration, General, 1947
  • Inaugural Message, January 1947
  • Report on State Legislative Accomplishments from 1947
  • Trip to the West, July 1947
  • Lincoln Day Speech, February 12, 1947
  • Governors Conference, Salt Lake City, July 13, 1947
  • Veterans, 1947
  • Taxes and Budget, 1947
  • Budget Message, January 1947
  • Labor, 1947
  • Labor--Condon-Wadlin Anti-Strike Bill, March 1947
  • Aid to Education and State University Plans, 1947
  • Housing, 1947
  • Speech at B. C. Forbes Dinner, New York City, November 5, 1947
  • Speech of Thomas E. Dewey--Accepting Nomination as Republican Candidate for President, June 24, 1948
  • Dewey After 1948 Election
  • Lincoln Day Speech, February 12, 1949
  • Failure to Vote in New York Primaries
  • Speech at Dedication of Idlewild Airport, July 1948
  • Dewey at Gridiron Dinner, March7, 1948
  • Dewey and Liberal Party, 1948
  • Message to Legislature, January 7, 1948
  • Record as Governor
  • Criticized for Signing Bill Creating Judgeship, April 1948
  • Fitzpatrick's Attack on His Supposed Efficiency, July 1948
  • Discrimination, Poll Tax, 1948
  • State Institutions, 1948
  • Taxes and Budget, 1948
  • Budget Message, January 1948
  • Democratic Attack on Spending Policies, January 1948
  • Accusations of Inaction in Meat Shortage, 1946
  • Labor--Job Insurance, 1948
  • Rebate of Taxes to Employers Out of Job Insurance Funds, 1948
  • Aid to Education and State University Plans, 1948
  • Housing, 1948
  • Commutation of Prison Sentences
Box 57
  • Governor Dewey's Political Ambitions, 1949
  • Future in Politics, 1949
  • Annual Message to Legislature, January 5, 1949
  • New York Legislature, 1949-50
  • Setting up of Public Works Program to Avert Recession, August 1949
  • Appointment of 7-man Committee to Combat Unemployment, July 1949
  • State Civil Service
  • Retirement Pensions
  • Utility Rates
  • Civil Rights
  • State School Program, 1949-50
  • Health
  • Housing--Dewey and the "Rent March" on the Legislature, February 1947
  • Rent Control, 1949
  • State Labor Dept., 1949
  • New York Strike of Bell Aircraft
  • Railroad Labor
  • Fiscal Policy
  • Gambling
  • Annual Message to Legislature, January 4, 1950
  • State Institutions--Mental Hospital Program [1950]
  • Budget Fight in Legislature [1949]
  • Annual Budget Message, 1949
  • Statement on New York Racketeers, February 1949
  • Special Message to Legislature, Urges Adoption of Building Code (Fino-McCullough Bill), 1949
  • New York State Judgeships
  • Social Welfare
  • Wire Tapping
  • Housing and Rent After 1948 Election
  • New York State Program After 1948 Election
  • Thruway
  • Dewey Role in GOP Factional Row at National Committee Meeting, Omaha, Nebraska, January 1949
  • State Appointments
  • Budget and Taxes
  • New York Budget, 1950-51
  • State Finances, 1949-50
  • Dewey's Tax Stand, New York Legislature, 1949
  • Summation of Record of New York Legislature, May 1949
  • Charges of Newspapermen on State Payroll at Albany
  • Remarks at Governors Conference, Colorado Springs, June 20, 1949
  • Dewey and N.Y. State Budget, 1950
  • New York City Gambling Scandal (Bookie-Police Graft)
  • Criticism of GOP, February 1950
  • Dewey and New York City Gambling Laws
  • "Faro Deal" Speech Before Republican State Committee, Waldorf-Astoria, May 4, 1950
  • Statement on New York Judges at 1950 Governors Conference
  • General Clips on Various State Issues, 1950
  • Governors Conference in West Virginia, 1950
  • Civil Defense, 1950-51
  • Address Before New York State Federation of Labor, July 31, 1950
  • Parole of Luciano
    Administration as Governor of New York, 1951-1954
Box 58
  • Rumors of Becoming a Member of Truman Cabinet, 1951
  • Trip to Korean Front, 1951
  • Visit with President Truman to Report on His Asiatic Trip, September 13, 1951
  • "Pacific Report," Colliers, on Dewey Pacific Tour, December 1951
  • Statements on MacArthur Dismissal, 1951
  • Saratoga Crime Inquiry, 1951
  • Article Series on Dewey and Luciano, Daily Compass, September 1951
  • Dewey on Crime and Corruption
  • Budget Message, 1951
  • Third Term Inauguration, January 1951
  • Dewey, 1952
  • Speech on Pacific Defense, January 24, 1952
  • Governor's Conference, Houston, Texas, July 1952
  • "Do-Nothing" Governor, 1952
  • Article by Dewey on Eisenhower, Colliers, May 1953
  • New York State Budget Message, 1952-53
  • Declaration by Dewey That He will Finish Term as Governor Rather Than Accept Post in Eisenhower Cabinet
  • Charges Senator Sparkman and Governor Stevenson with Running On "White Supremacy" Ticket in Alabama, October 1952
  • Support of General Eisenhower for President, 1952
  • Statement on Taft, 1952
  • Dewey on "Meet the Press" , May 11, 1952
  • Role in 1952 GOP Presidential Convention
  • Disparaging Articles on Dewey, Washington Times Herald, 1952
  • Fiscal Policies, Proposal of New York City Payroll Tax, 1953
  • Eisenhower Speech in New York Praising Dewey, 1953
  • General Clips, 1953
  • Budget Message, January 1953
  • Role in New York City Mayoral Election, 1953
  • Role in Harry Dexter White Case
  • Speech Before Conn. GOP Blaming Democrats for Woes of the World, December 17, 1953
  • Budget Message to New York Legislature, 1954
  • Luciano's Parole Issue in 1954
  • Race Track Scandal and Disclosure of Lt. Governor Wicks' Relationship with Extortionist Fay, 1953
    His Stand on All National Issues and the 1950 Gubernatorial Campaign
Box 59
  • Dewey Code of Political Ethics
  • General Clips--Relations with New York Legislature, 1954
  • Relations with Mayor Wagner of New York City
  • Proposal for a State Judicial System
  • Coffee and Milk Crisis
  • Dewey and Army-McCarthy Row
  • Position in Regard to Long Islands Railroad
  • Rejects Wagner Appeal for Fiscal Study
  • Opposes Outlawing Communists
  • Role in Regard to New York Thruway
  • Future Political Aspirations
  • Refuses to Run for Governor of New York in 1954
  • Speech (TV) Attacking FDR, Jr. and Democrats, October 15, 1954
  • Role in New York Gubernatorial Campaign, 1954
  • Dewey: New York Power Deal Charge by FDR, Jr.
  • Returning to Private Law Practice, January 1955
  • General Clips, 1955
    Armed Forces
  • General Clips on Armed Forces
  • Statements on Military Training, 1947 - 1948
    Atomic Energy
  • Air Expansion Question, 1948
    Civil Liberties
  • Dewey on Negroes, 1948
  • Negro Vote
  • Dewey Asked to Bar Discrimination in New York State National Guard, 1948
  • Anti-Discrimination, 1944
  • Anti-Discrimination Poll Tax, 1944
  • Folder on Communism
  • Dewey on Communism, 1947
  • Picture of Dewey with Communist at Meeting, 1947
    Congress
  • Attack on Dewey by Congressman Jenkins (Ohio), December 1946
    Defense
  • Speech on National Emergency, December 14, 1950
  • Stand on Defense in 1948 - 1951
    Displaced Persons
  • Foreign Policy--Displaced Persons, 1947-1948
    Economic Policy
  • On Subject of Inflation
  • Dewey on Controls, 1946
    Education
Box 60
  • Dewey on Education, 1948
  • Statement on Teachers' Lobby, July 1948
    Farm Program
  • Farm Policy, 1947
  • Farm Policy, 1948
  • Support of Farm Prices, September 17, 1948
  • Food and Agriculture
    Federal Workers
  • Service in Federal Government: 1947-1948
  • Civil Service [includes memorandum from Harold L. Ickes to the Press, October 17, 1948]
    Flood Control
  • Flood Control--Conservation: 1948
    Foreign Trade
  • Reciprocal Trade
    Foreign Policy
  • Bipartisan Foreign Policy, 1950
  • Reaction to President Truman's Plan to Send Vinson to Moscow, 1948
  • Speech on Korean War, December 14, 1950
  • Troops to Europe Issue, January-February 1951
  • Speech on Formosa, Ottawa, August 23, 1950
  • Lincoln Day Speech--Advocates Enlargement of Atlantic Pact, February 12, 1951
  • Speech Before GOP State Committee (New York), May 10, 1951
  • Trip to Europe, May 1949
  • Endorses Greek Aid Plan, March 1947
  • Address to Lions Convention Opposing Aid to Socialized Nations, July 18, 1949
  • Atlantic Pact
  • Address on World Food Problem, October 10, 1947
  • Speech on Foreign Policy, Boston, February 12, 1948
  • Czechoslovakia Situation
  • European Recovery Plan, 1947
  • European Recovery Plan, 1948
  • Statement on Berlin Crisis, July 1948
  • Italian Foreign Policy, 1946-1948
  • Italian Colony Issue, 1948-1949
  • Foreign Policy, Poland, 1947
  • Foreign Policy, Russia, 1946-1948
    Health
  • Socialized Medicine Condemned by Dewey During Dulles-Lehman Campaign, October 14, 1949
  • National Health Insurance
  • Statements on Socialized Medicine, 1948
    Housing
Box 61
  • Housing, 1947
  • Housing, 1948
    Labor and Management
  • Relations with Unions During 1948 Campaign
  • Labor Stand in 1944
  • Stand on Labor in 1946
  • Labor Issues in 1947
  • Labor Day Message, 1948
  • The Taft-Hartley Law
    Natural Resources and Power Projects
  • Dewey on Conservation
  • Niagara Power Policy, 1953
  • Dewey Power Projects
  • States Water Pact, 1949
  • St. Lawrence Seaway Project, 1947-1948
  • St. Lawrence Waterway
  • St. Lawrence Seaway, 1945
  • Dewey and St. Lawrence Seaway, 1945
    Miscellaneous
  • New York City and State Politics, 1941
  • Article, "Stalin's Smile" , Colliers, May 12, 1951
  • Number of Times Dewey Has Said "No" in Running Again for Public Office
  • Labor and Management (General Clips)
  • Dewey--His "Snobbish" Remarks
  • Dewey--Will Not Run in 1952
  • Princeton Speeches, 1950
  • President Truman's Inaugural, 1949
  • Margarine Question
  • States Rights, 1944
  • Dewey on Third Term, 1948
  • The Military in Government, 1948
  • Charges on Intelligence Cuts, 1948
  • Federal Patronage, 1948
  • Freight Rates
  • American Legion, 1947
  • Stand on Various Issues (Direct Quotes), 1948
  • Dewey--Plans for F.B.I.
  • Federal and State Friction
  • Comment on British Election, February 1950
  • Pearl Harbor, 1944
  • U.S. Employment Service, 1947
  • National Issues--on Republican Party, 1947
    Social Security
Box 62
  • Stand on Social Security, 1944
  • Dewey and Press Agents
    Taxes
  • Discussion of Federal Income Taxes, Salt Lake City (Governor's Conference), July 1947
  • Taxes, 1948
  • Dewey and Taxes
  • Taxes, 1944
    United Nations
  • Address Before UN Delegates Attacking Soviet Union Causing Vishinsky "Walkout," New York City, September 21, 1950
  • United Nations Site Loan, 1948
    Veterans
  • State Issues, Veterans, 1948
    Attacks on Truman Administration (Exclusive of Campaign Speeches)
  • Attack on Truman Budget Message, 1951
  • Dewey on Welfare State
  • Replies to Attack on Truman in GOP Committee Speech, May 4, 1950
  • Attacks on Democrats and Truman, 1947
  • Attacks on Democrats and Truman, 1948
    1950 Gubernatorial Campaign
  • Decision on Third Term for Governor, June 1950
  • Nominated by GOP as 1950 Gubernatorial Candidate Against Lynch
  • Dewey and New York Gubernatorial Race, 1950
  • Endorse Eisenhower as GOP 1952 Presidential Nominee, October 15, 1950
  • Attempt to Smear FDR in Connection with the Hanley Letter, Democratic Reply, 1950
  • "Hanley Letter" Incident During Governorship Race, October 16, 1950
    Presidential Campaigns, 1944 and 1948
  • Biographical Folder on Dewey
  • New Yorker Profile on Dewey, "St. George and the Dragnet," 1940
  • Folder of Magazine Articles on Dewey, "President Dewey's Strange Bedfellows," by Elmer Davis, Harper's Magazine, September 1948; "The Case for Dewey," by Stanley High, Life, (March 22, 1948); Articles on Dewey Convention Victory in July 5, 1948 Issue of Newsweek and Time
  • Press Research Special--No. 1--Dewey
Box 63
  • Press Research Job on Dewey in 1944
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Report by New York Democratic State Committee Attacking Dewey Fiscal Record [empty folder]
  • Biographical Material Relating to Dewey Political Career
  • Article, "Man in the Blue Serge Suit," Harpers, May 1944
  • "The Case Against Dewey" by Dean Alfange, 1944
  • "Dewey's Record," Prepared for 1944 Campaign by the New Republic
  • Dewey--Magazine Articles, 1944
  • Acceptance Speech at GOP National Convention, June 28, 1944
  • U.S. News Issue on Republic Convention (1944)
  • Miscellaneous Clippings on Dewey
  • Labor, 1944
  • Press Research, Vol. I, No. 1, "Can Politics Stop at the Water's Edge?"
  • Dewey--Demobilization (1944 Campaign)
Box 64
  • Envelope: News Clippings on Dewey 1944 Campaign
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Dewey Campaign (1944)--Pearl Harbor
  • Miscellaneous News Clippings on Various Issues, 1944 Campaign
  • Pegler on Dewey (1944)
  • Dewey Regarding Radio
  • Biography, Background, Personal Traits
  • Presidential Chances (Pro-Con)
  • Elephants
  • District Attorney
  • Dewey's New Deal
  • Dewey and Demobilization
  • Ambiguity and Obscurantism
  • Conduct of the War
  • Military Training
Box 65
  • Veterans
  • Politics in Dewey's Home County
  • Press Research Incorporated
  • Public Health and Welfare
  • Legislative Record, General
  • Executive and Legislative
  • Judiciary, Folder on
  • Foreign Policy
  • Press Research, Vol. I, No. 5--GOP Platform, Promise U.S. Performance
  • Business, Small and Large
  • Speeches and Refutations, General
  • Newsweek Issue of October 9, 1944 (politics)
  • Budget
Box 66
  • Appointments and Nominations
  • Attacks on President Roosevelt
  • National Defense
  • Bureaucracy
  • Reconversion
  • Interstate Commerce (Class Rate)
  • Nomination, Chances for
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Foreign Policy, 1944
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Dewey and Education
  • Registration and Election Bills
  • Folder on 1944 Presidential Campaign
Box 67
  • Dewey--Biographical (1944)
  • Marquis Childs Articles on Dewey, May 1947
  • Magazine Articles (Dewey), 1947-48
  • Russell Davenport Articles on Dewey in American Mercury (1944, 1948)
  • Biographical "Deweyisms"
  • Dewey and the Farmer
  • Dewey's "Non-Political" Tour of the West, July 1947
  • Preconvention Meeting with Stassen, June, 1947
  • Announcement of Candidacy, January 1948
  • Dewey--Preconvention Material
  • Campaign in Oregon Primary, May 1948
  • Dewey-Stassen Debate from Oregon, May 18, 1948
  • Election Aides in 1948 Campaign
  • Dewey and Delegates
Box 68
  • Mrs. Thomas E. Dewey
  • War Record
  • Biographical Record on Dewey
  • Dewey Names 33rd Degree Mason
  • Dewey the Farmer
  • Book on Dewey by Warren Moscow "Politics in the Empire State" , August 1948
  • Harper's Magazine Article on Dewey, September 1948
  • Article in New York Star, "Barefoot Boy with Screws On" , September 26, 1948
  • Dewey Speech Material (1948)--Prepared by New York State Democratic Headquarters
  • Text of Campaign Speeches, 1948
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Democratic Criticism of Dewey's Speeches, 1948
  • Public Opinion Polls on Dewey Campaign, 1948
  • The Case Against Dewey by the Democratic National Committee, 1948 [empty folder]
  • Dewey Support of Farm Aid Bill and Price Program Passed by 80th Congress
  • Foreign Policy Speech at San Francisco, September 21, 1948
  • Speech on Unity, Development of Western Power Resources, Seattle, Washington, September 27, 1948
  • Speech on Inflation at San Francisco, September 24, 1948
  • Los Angeles Speech on "Red Issue" , September 24, 1948
  • Speech on Atomic Energy, Phoenix, Arizona, September 23, 1948
Box 69
  • Speech on a "Federated Europe' as Peace Measure, Albuquerque, New Mexico, September 22, 1948
  • First Campaign Speech (Unity), Des Moines, Iowa, September 21, 1948
  • Defense of Reclamation Measures by 80th Congress at Denver, Colorado
  • News Clippings (General), 1948 Presidential Campaign
  • Dewey in State Primaries, 1948
  • Dewey-Taft Pact, May 1948
  • Aides, Friends and Backers for Presidential Race
  • Trip to West, May 1948
  • Dewey Nominated at GOP National Convention in Philadelphia, June 1948 and Acceptance Speech at convention, June 24, 1948
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Statements After Nomination, June-July 1948
  • Statement 2nd Denial He (Dewey) Would Appoint Women to Cabinet Post, June 1948
  • Dewey Threat of House Cleaning if Elected, June 1948
  • Editorial Comment on Dewey Nomination, June 1948
  • Dewey Picks Cabinet if Elected President, June 1948
  • Chicago Tribune Story of Part Played by Carl Byoir in Dewey Nomination, July 5, 1948
  • Foreign Press Comment on Nomination, 1948
  • Lahey's Article on Dewey After His Nomination (2nd), June 1948
  • Republican Leadership Support of Dewey (Taft, Vandenberg, Martin, etc.)
  • Dewey--Party Relations
  • Dewey Administration, General
  • U.S. House Speaker Martin's Activity in Behalf of Dewey Campaign, 1948
  • Dewey-Taft Meeting to Discuss Campaign, July 1948
  • Meeting with Senator Vandenberg, September 1948
  • Organizational Support
  • Dewey Headquarters to Move to Washington, D. C., for 1948 Campaign
  • Deluxe Plane Reportedly Made for Dewey
  • New York Times Ad Placed by Democratic National Committee, October 29, 1948
  • Dewey-Stassen Meeting to Discuss Campaign, July 1948
  • Election Bets on Dewey, 1948
  • Dewey's Endorsement of Senator Brooks in Illinois, September 19, 1948
  • The Campaign in Pennsylvania, 1948
  • Dewey and Party Affiliations, 1948
  • Endorsed by Gerald L. K. Smith Party, 1948
  • New York Times Story on Dewey, " The New Folksy Dewey" , 1948
  • Dewey Attempt to Split "Solid South" , 1948
  • Dewey Silent on Nomination of Truman, 1948
  • GOP Nominee and Proposed State Department "Shake Up"
  • Bid for Youth Support in Speech to Young Republicans, August 11, 1948
  • Stassen's Speech in Detroit, September 7, 1948
  • Dewey Remarks on Maine Victory, September 1948
  • Warns Party on Over-Optimism, September 14, 1948
  • Relations with the Press, 1948
  • Statement that He (Dewey) would Never Seek the Presidency Again, November 3, 1948
  • Dewey and Record of the 80th Congress, 1948
  • Dewey Comment on Special Congressional Session, July 27, 1948
  • Sets Up Liaison with Congressional Leaders, September 18, 1948
Box 70
  • Analysis of Dewey and GOP Congress (Congressional Quarterly, June 29, 1948)
  • Meetings with Taft on Plans for Congress, July 1948
  • Dewey -To Retain Post in State if Elected
  • Speech Ending Campaign, November 1, 1948
  • Kansas City Speech Assailing "Missouri Gang" , October 15, 1948
  • Speech on Natural Resources, Oklahoma City, October 13, 1948
  • Speech Denouncing Truman Attacks on 80th Congress, Jefferson City, Missouri, October 2, 1948
  • Vandenberg Foreign Policy Speech for Dewey, October 4, 1948
  • Dewey Speech on Housing, New York City, October 8, 1948
  • Speech on Natural Resources, Missoula, Montana, September 28, 1948
  • Train Episode (Mt. Vernon, Illinois) -Dewey Label Engineer "Lunatic" , October 13, 1948
  • Files of the Facts XII -Thomas E. Dewey -Research Division of DNC

Box 70
    Presidential Campaign 1952
  • News Clips of General Eisenhower, June 1947 -September 1950
  • Clippings of Eisenhower -Nomination: Start of 1952 Campaign, May -September 1952
  • Month of October 1952, Presidential Campaign
  • End of Presidential Campaign (clips), November 1952
  • Post-Presidential Campaign, November 1952
  • Post-Presidential Campaign, December 1952
  • Miscellaneous News Clips, 1952 Presidential Campaign
  • Campaign Trips and Tactics, 1952
  • Eisenhower on Internal Security, 1952
  • Press Releases, Presidential Campaign, 1952
Box 71
  • Magazine Articles and Campaign Materials, 1952

Box 71
    Reconstruction Finance Corporation Loan
  • Columnist Comment of RFC Influence, September -October 1951
  • Demands That Gabrielson Quit Post as Chairman, September -October 1951
  • Editorial Comment of RFC Influence
  • Gabrielson--Vote of Confidence From Party Executive Committee on Dealings With FRC Loans, October 11, 1951
  • New Disclosures on RFC Loan Deals, September 1951
  • Gabrielson Accused of Using Influence in RFC Loans, 1950-1951
  • Appearance Before Investigating Committee on RFC Loans, October 4, 1951
  • Gabrielson Letter to Senator Hoey asking for Permission to Appear Before the Committee, September 22, 1951
  • RFC Loan Probe--Interim Report of Senate Committee, January 1952
    Miscellaneous Subjects
  • Gabrielson Stand on Senator McCarthy, June 1950
  • Cartoons About Gabrielson
  • Statement to Senate Sub-Committee on Elections, September 17, 1951
  • Free Railroad Passes for Gabrielson and Son, July 1951
  • Attack on Truman Administration on its Fifth Anniversary, April 1950
  • Quizzed Concerning Selection of MacArthur as Republican Keynoter, June 17, 1952
  • "Poorhouse" Speech by Gabrielson, November 27, 1949
  • Speeches on "Socialism" and the "Welfare State" , etc.

Box 72
    Dismissal - Cartoons
  • Cartoons on MacArthur Dismissal, 1951
  • Cartoons on General MacArthur, 1952
    Columnists' and Editorial Reaction
  • List of Newspaper Editorials For and Against Dismissal
  • Editorial reaction to dismissal
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • Columnists' Reaction to Dismissal
    Dismissal -Congressional Reaction
  • Congressional Reaction to Dismissal
    Dismissal–Foreign, Domestic and Other Group Reactions
Box 73
  • Public Affairs Institute Booklet, "Why MacArthur Had To Go"
  • Demands That the General Appear Before Congress
  • Reaction of Church, Labor, etc. Groups to Dismissal
  • The Daily Worker (Communist) Comment on Dismissal
  • American Public Reaction to Dismissal
    General Clippings
  • News Clips for the Year 1945
  • MacArthur's Background in the Philippines
  • News Clippings for 1946 - 1947
  • Requested by U.S. Senate to Return From Japan, 1949
  • Speech to VFW on Formosa Policy, August 28, 1950
  • Editorial Comment on Formosa Address, August 30, 1950
  • Wake Island Conference With President Truman, October 14, 1950
  • MacArthur's Racial Policy in Korea and Japan
Box 74
  • General MacArthur on Korea, 1950-1952
  • MacArthur on Retirement and Military Violations
  • MacArthur and the Bonus March on Washington, D.C., 1932
  • Retirement Pay, Hotel and Staff Expenses
  • Senate Poll on MacArthur
  • Public Opinion Polls
  • Copies of Article by MacArthur on the Philippines, Lewiston (Idaho) Tribune, September 12, 1937
  • General Mitchell's Court Martial
  • Private Plane Returned to Air Force, May 7, 1951
  • Vindication of Policies Seen by Bombing of Rashin, North Korea, August 25, 1951
  • MacArthur Telegram to William Randolph Hearst on his 88th Birthday, June 1951
  • Comments (MacArthur) Parallels Those of Senator Taft
  • Refusal to Attend Japanese Treaty Conference, August 21, 1951
  • Pennsylvania Welcome, September 1951
  • Accepts Position with Remington Rand Corporation, August 1, 1952
  • Japanese Reaction to the Dismissal of MacArthur
  • Reaction of Joint Chiefs of Staff (Pentagon) to Dismissal
  • Foreign Reaction to Dismissal
  • Vatican Supports President Truman in Dismissal of MacArthur
  • Reaction of New York Stock Market to MacArthur Dismissal
  • GOP National Committee Reacts to MacArthur's Removal
  • Plans and Job Offers After Removal
  • Dismissal and Top Secret Diplomatic Files
  • Reaction and Poll of Newsmen
  • Speech Before Joint Session of Congress, April 19, 1951
  • News Stories Following Speech Before Congress
  • Newspaper Letters
  • Speech Before Congress and Foreign Reaction
  • Speech Before Congress and Vatican Reaction
  • Speech Before Congress and Pentagon Reaction
  • Speech Before Congress and Public Reaction
  • Dismissal and Congressional Reaction
  • Partial List of Congressmen For and Against Dismissal
  • Articles by Anthony Leviero, New York Times on Wake Island Meeting, April 21 1951
  • Dismissal and Appearance Before Joint Session of Congress, April 1951
  • Dismissal and State Legislatures' Reaction
Box 75
  • Homecoming of General MacArthur, April 1951
  • Events Leading Up to Dismissal
  • Statement That He (MacArthur) Did Not Know Reason for Removal
  • Background Material Since Retirement
  • British Role in Removal of MacArthur
  • Letter to Joseph Martin, April 1951
  • Dismissal Statement, April 11, 1951
  • General Clips, 1951
  • General Clips, 1952
    Hearings Before Congress, 1951
  • Text and News Stories on Hearing, May 4, 1951
  • Text and News Stories on Hearing, May 9, 1951
  • Hearings Before Senate Set for May 3, 1951
  • MacArthur Hearing, General Folder
  • GOP Demands for Open Hearing and Filibuster the Day Before opening of Hearings
  • Testimony Before Joint Senate Committees, May 24, 1951
  • Text and News Stories on Hearing of May 5, 1951
  • Text and News Stories on Hearing of May 8, 1951
  • Text and News Stories on Hearing of May 12, 1951
  • Text and News Stories on Hearing of May 14, 1951
Box 76
  • Texts and News Stories on Hearing of May 15, 1951
  • Bradley Testimony Before Joint Senate Committees, May 16, 1951
  • Bradley Upheld by Senate in Refusal to Reveal Confidential Information, May 17, 1951
  • Testimony of General Bradley on May 21, 1951
  • Hearing of May 22 (Bradley Testimony)
  • General Collins Testifies Before Joint Senate Foreign Policy Hearing, May 25, 1951
  • Testimony of General Collins in Senate Hearing of May 26, 1951
  • Vandenberg Statement Before Foreign Policy Hearing of May 28
  • Testimony Before Senate Committees in Foreign Policy Hearing of May 29
  • Statements of General Vandenberg and Admiral Sherman Before Senate Committees Hearing on Foreign Policy, May 30
  • Admiral Sherman's Testimony in Hearing of May 31
  • Acheson Testimony Before Joint Senate Committee, June 1, 1951
  • Formosa White Paper (Confidential State Department Memo) Ordered at Senate Hearing, June 1951
  • Acheson Testimony Before Joint Committee Hearing, June 2, 1951
  • Senate Foreign Policy Inquiry and New Stories, June 4
  • Senate Foreign Policy Inquiry and New Stories, June 5
  • Acheson Testimony of June 9, 1951
  • Testimony Before Senate Foreign Relations and Armed Services Committees, May 23, 1951
  • Testimony and News Stories -Foreign Policy Hearing, June 6
  • Republican Minority Report on MacArthur Hearing Attacking Administration, August 1951
  • Text and News Stories on the Hearing, May 3, 1951
  • Text and News Stories on the Hearing, May 7, 1951
  • MacArthur Hearings, Length of
  • Text and News Stories of May 10, 1951
  • Text and News Stories of May 11, 1951
  • Acheson Testimony of June 7, 1951
  • Acheson Testimony of June 8, 1951
  • General Albert Wedemeyer's Testimony Before Senate Hearing, June 12, 1951
  • Former Secretary Defend Louis Johnson Before Senate Policy Hearing, June 14, 1951
Box 77
  • Louis Johnson Before MacArthur Hearing in the Senate, June 15
  • Testimony of Vice Admiral Oscar Badger Before Senate Foreign Policy Hearing, June 19, 1951
  • Pat Hurley Testifies Before Senate Policy Committees, June 20, 1951
  • MacArthur Letter to Senator Russell Declining Invitation to Testify Again, June 20, 1951
  • Testimony of Pat Hurley Before Senate Policy Committees, June 21
  • Testimony of General Matthew Ridgeway Before Senate Hearing
  • Text of Note Sent by General Ridgeway to General Collins as Introduced in Senate Hearings, June 22, 1951
  • Testimony of General Barr Before Senate Hearing, June 22
  • Testimony of General O'Donnell, Jr. Before Senate Hearing, June 25
  • Telegram to Senator Knowland Read into Record of Senate Inquiry, June 9
  • Truman Message to MacArthur, January 13
  • Summary of MacArthur Hearing
  • Statement Issued by Committees (Foreign Policy -Armed Service) at End of Hearings, June 27
  • Comparison of MacArthur's Testimony and That of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
  • Denials of Charges Made By Joint Chiefs of Staff at Hearings in Senate
  • Comparisons of General Marshall's Statements on China Policy at Hearings to Those Made in China Report of January 1947
  • Congressional Reaction After Opening of Senate Hearings
  • Editorial Reaction to Hearing of May 3, 1951
  • Columnist Reaction to Hearing of May 2, 1951
  • Political Significance of MacArthur Hearings
  • Transcript of Hearings Before Senate Foreign Relations and Armed Service Committees by U.S. News and World Report
  • Editorial and Columnist Comment on MacArthur, April 1951 -February 1952
    Magazine Articles
Box 78
  • Magazine Articles and Comment
  • "The Feud Between Ike and Mac," Look, July 1, 1952
  • "The MacArthur I Know" by General Kenney, Chicago Sun, April 1951
  • "MacArthur as Prophet: The Record of Twenty Years," Ronald Schiller, The Reporter, May 29, 1951
  • "The Riddle of MacArthur," John Gunther, Washington Sunday Star, April 1951
  • "Why the President Relieved MacArthur," Official Record, Publicity Division, Democratic National Committee
  • "Why MacArthur Had to Go," Public Affairs Institute
  • "My Adventures with General MacArthur," Colliers, Lieutenant Colonel Anthony Story (USAF) with Bill Davidson, June 16, 1951
  • "My Fifteen Years with MacArthur," by Colonel Sid Huff (USA) and Alex Morris, Saturday Evening Post, September 1951
  • "Citizen Soldier," American Legion, January 1952
  • "MacArthur's Place in History," by H.A. DeVeer, The Reporter, January 8, 1952
  • "MacArthur Prefers Taft, Likes Ike, Hates Harry," Clips, Newsweek, February 25, 1952
  • "MacArthur in 1952 Campaign," U.S. News and World Report, June 20, 1952
    Politics
  • MacArthur and GOP National Convention of 1944
  • Announcement of Presidential Candidacy by Backers, 1948
  • News Clippings of MacArthur, 1948-1949
  • MacArthur, News Clips, 1950
  • General Whitney, Press Agent for MacArthur, 1951
  • MacArthur vs. Eisenhower in Politics, 1952
  • Prospects as Senatorial Candidate in Wisconsin, 1952
  • Presidential Primaries in 1952
  • Statement on Taft's Candidacy in 1952
  • Possible GOP nominee for President or Vice President, 1952
Box 79
  • Political Aspirations in 1952
  • Republican Keynoter in 1952 National Convention
  • Role in 1952 Election Campaign
  • Third Party Formed to Support MacArthur for President
    Speeches -1951-1952
  • Before Joint Session of Congress and Congressional Reaction, April 1951
  • Before Joint Session of Congress and Editorial Reaction, April 20-21
  • Before Joint Session of Congress and Editorial l Reaction, April 22-24
  • Before Joint Session of Congress and Editorial Reaction, April 25 to the Senate Inquiry
  • Before Joint Session of Congress, Columnist Reaction
  • Speech at Chicago, April 26, 1951
  • Texas Tour, June 1951
  • Editorial Reaction to Texas Tour
  • Before Massachusetts State Legislature, July 26, 1951
  • Attacking Administration, Cleveland, Ohio, September 6, 1951
  • Before American Legion Convention, Miami, Florida, October 17, 1951
  • Attacking Truman Administration and Arms Policy, Seattle, Washington, November 13, 1951
  • Before Joint Session of Mississippi Legislature, Jackson, March 22, 1952
  • Before Legislature, Lansing Michigan on Military Men in White House, May 15, 1952
  • In City Hall, Detroit, Appeal to Labor, May 16, 1952
  • General Folder 1952

Box 80
    News Clippings, 1950
  • Index Digest, Public Statements of Senator McCarthy
  • Cases No. 1-80 Congressional Record - February 20, 1950
  • McCarthy News Clippings on March 1950
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      [3 of 3]
  • News Clippings on Senator McCarthy, April 1950
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Box 82
      [7 of 9]
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      [9 of 9]
  • News Clippings on Senator McCarthy, May 1950
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
Box 83
  • News Clipping on Senator McCarthy, June 1950
      [1 of 4]
      [2 of 4]
      [3 of 4]
      [4 of 4]
  • News Clipping on Senator McCarthy, July 1950
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • News Clipping on Senator McCarthy, August 1950
    Biographical Data
Box 84
  • News Clippings, Biographical McCarthy Attack on General Marshall (Book), America's Retreat From Victory, the Story of George Catlett Marshall, December 31, 1951
  • Booklet "Financial Affairs of McCarthy,," New Republic
  • Booklets -The Progressive (2 copies), The Fight for America by Senator Joe McCarthy
  • McCarthy Alliance with Taft, 1951-1953
  • McCarthy Labor Day Speech, September 3, 1951
  • Signal Corps Investigation by McCarthy, Ft. Monmouth, New Jersey, 1953
  • Progressive Magazine Devotes Issue to McCarthy Record, April 1954
  • Charges of Communists in State Department and Administration
  • Photostats of Editorials and Articles on McCarthy Charges
    Campaign for Eisenhower, 1952
Box 85
  • McCarthy Rebuttal
  • Voting Record and Quotes (Research Division of Democratic National Committee, Material Prepared for 1952 Campaign)
    Relations with Eisenhower Administration
  • News Clips, Senator McCarthy and Eisenhower Administration "Truth Kits" Sent Out by Democratic National Committee to answer McCarthy's Charges in His Speaking Trip, February 1954
  • McCarthy vs. Eisenhower During Army -McCarthy Hearings, 1954
  • Day by Day Texts of Senate Inquiry into McCarthy-Army Dispute, New York Times, April 23 -June 17, 1954
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      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • End of Army-McCarthy Hearings, June 17, 1954
  • Transcripts of McCarthy Censure Hearing in the Senate from August 31, 1954
  • Report of McCarthy Censure Committee, September 27, 1954
Box 86
  • Reports (Majority, Minority, Individual) on McCarthy-Army Hearings, September 1, 1954
  • Role in Congressional Election of 1954
  • Editorial Comment after McCarthy Attack on Eisenhower, December 1954
  • McCarthy Stand on Red China Policy, 1954
  • White House Omits McCarthy Invitation to State Dinners, January 1955
  • McCarthy Interference in Foreign Affairs of 84th Congress
  • McCarthy Resolutions on "Big Four" Conference Beaten in the U.S. Senate, June 22, 1955
  • Role in Eisenhower's Candidacy in 1956
    Specific Charges
  • Use of Confidential Loyalty Review Board Records in Bringing Specific Charges
  • Esther Brunnauer Charges, March 1950
  • Specific Charges Against Haldore Hanson, April 1950
  • Charges Against Jessup and Vincent, June 1951
  • McCarthy Attacks Jessup to Prevent Confirmation as Envoy, September 27, 1951
  • Speech as Passaic, New Jersey Repeating Charges Against Owen Lattimore, April 8, 1950
  • McCarthy and Owen Lattimore Charges
  • New Charges Against "Mr. X," July 1950
  • McCarthy and the Pacific Institute
  • Suggestions for Non-Partisan Commission for Investigating "Red" Situation, May 1950
  • New Attack and Naming of 26 Communists in the State Department, August 9, 1951
  • Releasing of Loyalty Files in Investigation of "Reds" in State Department
  • Senate Committee Report on McCarthy's Charges Against State Department
  • Speech of November 24, 1953 (Answering Truman on Harry Dexter White Case), Conflict with GOP Administration
  • Lincoln Day Speeches (1954), Canton, Ohio; Charleston, West Virginia

Box 87
  • McGrath After the Presidential Election, 1948
  • Letter to Democratic Party Leaders, January 1949
  • Senator McGrath as Democratic National Committee Chairman, News Clips
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Dismissal of Newbold Morris as Assistant Attorney General and Resignation of McGrath, 1952
  • McGrath, Selected Biographies
  • Statement Attacking Public Opinion Polls, October 29, 1948
  • Letter to Senator McFarland on Status of William Boyle at Democratic National Committee in 1948, September 15, 1951
  • Articles on McGrath by I.F. Stone, Daily Compass, September 1951
  • Magazine Articles on McGrath, 1949-51
  • General Clips on McGrath, 1949
  • General Clips on McGrath, 1950
Box 88
  • General Clips on McGrath, 1952
  • Government Corruption Probe, 1952

Box 88
    General
  • Frank McKinney, Pre-chairmanship Clips
  • Elected Chairman of Democratic National Committee, October 31, 1951
  • Magazine Articles on McKinney
  • McKinney, Biographical Folder
  • McKinney, General Clips, 1951
  • Completes Formation of Eleven Member Executive Committee, November 30, 1951
  • Plan to Place Internal Revenue Service in Civil Service, March 1952
  • New York Herald Tribune Stories on McKinney-McHale Stock Deal with Empire Company, December 1951
  • Stories Linking McKinney's Name With Tax Case of Indianapolis Brewing Company, February 1952
  • Cartoons on McKinney
  • Statement on President's Plan for 1952, Press Conference, Key West, Florida, March 19, 1952
  • McKinney on Truman and N.H. Presidential Primary, March 1952
  • Drew Pearson Column on Committee Finances, May 20, 1952
  • News Clippings on Democratic National Convention, 1952
  • Resignation From Democratic National Committee, August 1952
    Speeches
  • General Speeches in 1952
  • Acceptance Speech at Democratic National Committee Meeting, Mayflower Hotel, Washington, D.C., October 31, 1951
  • Address of Chairman McKinney at Democratic National Committee Dinner, Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, November 26, 1951
  • December 13, 1951, DNC Dinner, Chicago, Illinois
  • January 15, 1952, Jefferson-Jackson Dinner, Boston, Mass.
  • January 26, 1952, Midwest Conference, Kansas City, Missouri
  • February 2, 1952, Democratic Rally, Detroit, Michigan
  • February 2, 1952, McKinney Reported Advice to the President
  • March 29, 1952, Jefferson-Jackson Day, Washington, D.C.
  • April 6, 1952, Guest on "Meet the Press," TV
  • July 21, 1952, Democratic National Convention, Chicago, Illinois
  • Clips on Democratic National Convention, Chicago, Illinois
  • Remains as Temporary Chairman of Democratic National Committee While New Men are Proposed, 1952

Box 89
  • Candidate for Reelection as Mayor of New York City, 1949
  • O'Dwyer Folder, Mayor of New York City
  • Post-election (1949), Second Term as Mayor
  • Names Envoy to Mexico, August 15, 1950

Box 89
    Governor of Minnesota
  • Stassen as Governor of Minnesota in 1940
  • Stassen as Governor of Minnesota in 1941
  • Naval Career After Resignation as Governor
    Elections, 1944-1946
  • Role in 1944 Presidential Campaign
  • Role in 1946 Elections in Nebraska
  • Role in 1946 Elections in Minnesota
  • Role in 1946 Elections in General
    Elections--1948 Presidential Campaign
  • Announcement of Candidacy for GOP Presidential Nomination, December 17, 1946
  • 1948 Presidential Campaign
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      [3 of 4]
      [4 of 4]
  • Stassen-Dewey Debate (Oregon Presidential Primary), May 18, 1948
  • Trip to Europe, February 1947
  • Meeting with Dewey, June 1947
  • Stassen 1948 Campaign Literature
  • Stassen and the Oregon Presidential Primary
  • Denies "Deal" with Taft, June 15, 1948
  • Conflict with Senator Taft over Ohio Primary, May 1948
  • Meeting with McCormick (Chicago Tribune Owner), June 16
  • Meeting with Dewey, July 21, 1948
  • Primary (Presidential) Results in 1948
  • Lincoln Day Speech, Germantown, Pennsylvania, February 12, 1948
  • Speech Accusing President Truman of "Cheap" Tactics, September 20, 1948
  • Public Opinion Polls, 1948
  • Stassen and Senator Ball of Minnesota
  • Campaign Funds, 1948
  • GOP National Convention, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, June 1948
  • After losing GOP Presidential Nomination, 1948
  • Attacks on Dewey Before and During Convention, 1948
  • Stassen After 1948 Presidential Election
  • Speeches for Governor Dewey in 1948 Presidential Campaign
  • Probe of Grain Speculators, 1948

Box 91
    Speeches--1952 Presidential Campaign
  • Welcoming Address at Democratic Convention, Chicago, July 21
  • Stevenson at Illinois State Fair, August 14, 1952
  • American Legion Convention, N.Y. City, August 27, 1952
  • Asbury Park, New Jersey, August 27
  • Self Mail Campaign Material, DNC
  • Address--New York State Democratic Convention, New York City, August 29
  • Broadcast to Men and Women Oversees, August 30, 1952
  • Labor Day Address at Detroit, September 1
  • September 1 Pontiac, Michigan Speech
  • September 1 Flint, Michigan
  • September 1 Hamtramck, Michigan
  • September 1 Grand Rapids, Michigan
  • September 5 Denver, Colorado
  • September 6, Kasson, Minnesota
  • September 8, Seattle, Washington
  • September 8 Portland, Oregon
  • September 8 Cheyenne, Wyoming
  • Message Received by Stevenson from George M. Romm, Chairman, Massachusetts American Veterans Committee
  • September 9 Veterans Memorial Auditorium, San Francisco
  • September 10 Tulare, California
  • September 10 Merced, California
  • September 10 Tracy, California
  • September 10 Madera, California
  • September 10 Fresno, California
  • September 10 San Jose, California
  • September 10 Bakersfield, California
  • September 11 Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, California
  • September 11 Town Luncheon Hall, Los Angeles, California
  • September 12 Phoenix, Arizona
  • September 12 Albuquerque, New Mexico
  • September 18 Hartford, Connecticut
  • September 18 Beacon Falls, Connecticut
  • September 18 Naugatuck, Connecticut
  • September 18 Bridgeport, Connecticut
  • September 18 New Haven, Connecticut
  • September 18 New Britain, Connecticut
  • September 18 Briston, Connecticut
  • September 19 Springfield, Massachusetts
  • September 20 Quantico, Virginia
  • September 20 Richmond, Virginia
  • September 23, Baltimore, Maryland
  • Statement made by Governor Stevenson for Publication in September 21 Issue of Episcopal Church News
  • September 22 AFL Convention
  • September 24, Stevenson Breakfast Meeting Speech at Sheraton--Belvedere Hotel, Baltimore, Maryland
  • September 26 Evansville, Indiana
  • September 27 Louisville, Kentucky
  • September 27 Indianapolis, Indiana
  • September 27 Stevenson Financial Statement
  • September 29 Chicago, Illinois
  • October 3 Columbus, Ohio
  • October 3 Cincinnati, Ohio
  • October 4 Fort Dodge, Iowa
  • October 3 Newport, Kentucky
  • October 4 Saint Paul, Minnesota
  • October 4 Minneapolis, Minnesota
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  • October 7 Saginaw, Michigan
  • October 7 Detroit, Michigan
  • October 8 Milwaukee, Wisconsin
  • October 8 Madison, Wisconsin
  • October 7 River Rouge, Michigan
  • October 7 Ypsilanti, Michigan
  • October 7 Wayne, Michigan
  • October 9 Saint Louis, Missouri
  • October 9 Kansas City, Kansas
  • October 9 Brooklyn, Illinois
  • October 9 Lake Mills, Wisconsin
  • October 9 Madison, Wisconsin
  • October 9 Milwaukee, Wisconsin
  • October 8 Waukesha, Wisconsin
  • October 9 Granite City, Illinois
  • October 9 Alton, Illinois
  • October 9 Nashville, Tennessee
  • October 9 Miami, Florida
  • October 9 Saint Joseph, Missouri
  • October 10 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
  • October 11 Tampa, Florida
  • October 10 New Orleans, Louisiana
  • October 13 East Saint Louis, Illinois
  • October 14 Salt Lake City, Utah
  • October 16 Pendleton, Oregon
  • October 16 Sacramento, California
  • October 15 San Francisco, California
  • October 15 Spokane, Washington
  • October 14 Casper, Wyoming
  • October 10--17 Chicago, Illinois (Dedication Community House and Chapel Kahillat Anshe Maariv Temple)
  • October 16 Los Angeles, California
  • October 16 Shrine Auditorium [Los Angeles]
  • October 17 Hall of State Building, Fair Park, Dallas, Texas
  • October 17 Will Rogers Memorial (Fort Worth, Texas)
  • October 16 Richmond, California
  • October 16 Vallejo, California
  • October 16 Houston, Texas
  • October 16 Berkeley, California
  • October 16 San Antonio, Texas
  • October 21 Tolono, Illinois
  • October 18 San Antonio, Texas
  • October 16 U.S.C., Berkeley, California
  • October 17 San Diego, California
  • October 16 Boulevard Theatre, Los Angeles
  • October 20 Springfield, Illinois
  • October 21 New York Herald Tribune Forum, Chicago
  • October 21 Kankakee, Illinois
  • October 21 Decatur, Illinois
  • October 21 Champaign, Illinois
  • October 21 Chicago, Illinois (Fireside Chat)
  • October 22 Elkhart, Indiana
  • October 22 Notre Dame, South Bend, Indiana
  • October 22 Elyria, Ohio
  • October 22 Sandusky, Ohio
  • October 22 Buffalo, New York
  • October 22 Toledo, Ohio
  • October 23 Ravena, Ohio
  • October 23 Ashtabula, Ohio
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  • October 23 Youngstown, Ohio
  • October 23 Akron, Ohio
  • October 23 Cleveland, Ohio
  • October 23 Erie, Pennsylvania
  • October 24 Geneva, New York
  • October 24 Utica, New York
  • October 24 Auburn, New York
  • October 24 Seneca Falls, New York
  • October 24 Little Falls, New York
  • October 24 Rome, New York
  • October 24 Rochester, New York
  • October 24 Syracuse, New York
  • October 24 Amsterdam, New York
  • October 24 Troy, New York
  • October 24 Schenectady, New York
  • October 24 Niagara Falls, New York
  • October 22 South Bend, Indiana
  • October 25 Poughkeepsie, New York
  • October 25 Worcester, Massachusetts
  • October 25 Mechanics Hall, Boston, Massachusetts
  • October 25 Pittsfield, Massachusetts
  • October 26 Boston, Massachusetts
  • October 25 Springfield, Massachusetts
  • October 27 Quincy, Massachusetts
  • October 25 Framingham, Massachusetts
  • October 26 Vets Breakfast, Boston, Massachusetts
  • October 27 Providence, Rhode Island
  • October 23 Dunkirk, New York
  • October 27 Woonsocket, Rhode Island
  • October 27 New London, Connecticut
  • October 27 Bridgeport, Connecticut
  • October 27 Attleboro, Massachusetts
  • October 27 Putnam, Connecticut
  • October 27 Norwich, Connecticut
  • October 27 Brockton, Connecticut
  • October 27 New Haven, Connecticut
  • October 27 Harlem, New York
  • October 28 (Madison Square Garden) New York City
  • October 29 Scranton, Pennsylvania
  • October 29 Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
  • October 29 New York City, New York
  • October 29 Hazelton, Pennsylvania
  • October 29 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • October 29 Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania
  • October 30 Reading, Pennsylvania
  • October 30 Pottstown, Pennsylvania
  • October 30 Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
  • October 30 Johnstown, Pennsylvania
  • October 30 Lancaster, Pennsylvania
  • October 30 Pittsburg, Pennsylvania
  • October 30 Altoona, Pennsylvania
  • October 29 Camden, New Jersey
  • October 29 Allentown, Pennsylvania
  • October 30 York, Pennsylvania
  • October 30 Over NBC
  • October 31 Brooklyn, New York
  • November 1 Alliance, Ohio
  • November 1 Chicago Stadium
  • TV Broadcast Sponsored by New York State Liberal Party (Text)
  • November 2 Excerpts from Chicago Stadium Speech
  • November 1 Bucyrus, Ohio
  • November 1 Lima, Ohio
  • November 1 Canton, Ohio
  • November 1 Crestline, Ohio
  • November 1 Mansfield, Ohio
  • November 3 Long Island, New York
  • November 2 Statement on Cable Received from Korean War Correspondents
  • November 3 Election Eve Speech, Chicago
  • November 5 Concedes Election to Eisenhower, Springfield, Illinois

Box 94
    Communism
  • Article, Look, Senator Taft Shown with Earl Browder, August 1, 1950
  • Communism, News Clips on Taft
  • Senator Taft on Amerasia Case
  • Leadership in GOP and U.S. Senate
  • Speech on Communism, Boston, Massachusetts, December 11, 1951
  • Baltimore Luncheon Remarks (May 19, 1952) in which Taft Stated the U.S. Would Fight Communist Invasion but Should not Undertake to do More Than That Nation was Able Lest the Government Risk Self-destruction
  • Statements on Communists in Schools and Colleges, 1953
    Controls (Price and Credit)
  • Taft on Socialism
  • DNC Reports Showing Taft Inconsistencies
  • Taft on Depressions
  • Wages and Employment
  • Federal Aid to Education
    Early Political Influence
  • Speeches and Statements by Taft: February 1939--March 1940
  • Speeches and Statements by Taft: (clips), April--October 1940
  • News Clippings on Taft, 1941
  • News Clippings on Taft, (NBC Text on Speech), 1942
Box 95
  • Taft and the Presidential and Senatorial Elections, 1944
  • Taft in Congress, 1944-46
  • Other Campaigns, 1946 Congressional Elections
  • Statement on Kentucky Elections, October 1947
  • Statement on Prices ("Let Them Eat Less" ), Western Tour, September 1947
  • Lincoln Day Speech at Charleston, West Virginia (Economic Policy)
  • Attack on Truman's Message to Special Session of Congress on European Aid and Inflation, November 17, 1947
  • Opposition to Special Session of Congress in 1947
  • Analytical Article on Taft in Saint Louis Post Dispatch by Raymond Brandt, May 1948
  • Voting Record of Senator Taft
    Foreign Policy
  • Photostat Copy of Taft Speech Before Cleveland, Ohio City Club, Cleveland Plain Dealer, February 16, 1941
  • Foreign Policy Prior to World War II
  • Speech on Foreign Policy, Columbus, Ohio, July 31, 1947
  • Speech on Marshall Plan, Tacoma, Washington, September 25, 1947
  • Issues, European Aid, Foreign Policy
  • Criticism of Foreign Aid, November 1947
  • Speech on Marshall Plan, Saint Louis, Missouri, December 30, 1947
  • Panel Discussion, Foreign Aid, Vandenberg Plan
  • Views on Formosa, Opposes Truman Administration
  • Taft on Point Four Program
Box 96
  • Taft on Atlantic Pact
  • Attack on Marshall Plan by Taft
  • Marshall Plan (ECA) Appropriation Cuts in 81--82nd Congress
  • Suggested Meetings with President Truman, 1951
  • New York Herald Tribune Articles on Taft Foreign Policy, March 15, 16, and 23, 1951
  • Taft and "Isolationism"
  • Taft--Vandenberg Differences on Foreign Policy
  • Foreign Policy for Americans by Senator Taft, September 1951 [empty]
  • Taft on Bi-partisan Foreign Policy
  • European Defense (1952), Debate on NATO, Troops in Europe
  • Taft Claims to be Close to Eisenhower on Foreign Policy
  • Review of Taft Foreign Policy with Pre-World War II Quotes
  • General Clippings on Foreign Policy
  • Foreign Policy After Korean War Commences, June 1950
  • Taft on the Korean Crisis
  • Korean War Policy of the United States
  • Korean War Dismissal of General MacArthur
  • Speech to National Press Club, January 10, 1951
  • Revision of UN Charter (TAFT)
  • Taft on the United Nations
  • Debate with Truman Administration Foreign Policy, U.S. Commitments in Europe, January 1951
  • Book, "Foreign Policy for Americans" , September 1951
    Magazine Articles and Biographical Data
Box 97
  • Magazine Pieces and Feature Stories on Taft, 1940
  • Magazine Articles on Taft in General
  • Mrs. Robert A. Taft
  • "Taft--Model--T Candidate" , November Issue of "47"
  • Biographical--Members of Senator Taft's Family
  • "Taft Background" , Series in the Boston Globe by Paul Kneeland, January 1952
  • Taft Books for 1952
  • Taft Appraisals
  • "What the GOP Must Do to Win" , Look Magazine, April 21, 1953
  • "A Negro Voter Sizes up Taft" , Saturday Evening Post Article by Zora N. Hurston, December 8, 1952
  • Taft on 1952 Campaign Issues, Time, October 1951
  • "Interview with Senator Taft" , U.S. News and World Report, March 14, 1952
  • "Consecrated Tory" , New Republic, Personality and Prospects of Senator Robert Taft, March 17, 1952
  • "What I Believe" , by Robert A. Taft, Colliers, April 12, 1952
  • "What's Happened to Taft" , Richard H. Revere, Harpers, April 1952
  • "Fighting Bob" , Time, June 2, 1952
  • "Last of the Old Breed" , Progressive Article by William Shannon, June 1952
  • Biographical News clips and Sketches
  • Politics--1950, page 11 [empty]
    Politics 1951-1952
  • Lincoln Day Speech, Chicago (Calls Ike a Poor Choice), February 11, 1951
  • Speech at Fargo, North Dakota Hedging on Whether he (Taft) Will Seek the GOP Presidential Nomination, September 22, 1951
  • Lists 1952 Election Issues, Arlington, Virginia, September 26, 1951
  • Announces Candidacy for 1952 GOP Presidential Nomination, October 16, 1951
  • David Ingalls (Taft Campaign Director) Speech at GOP Parley in San Francisco January 17, 1952
  • Speech Tour in Washington State, Discusses Foreign Policy, Lincoln Day Address, February 1952
  • "Meet the Press" --Korean War, FEPC, NATO, etc., March 9, 1952
  • Letter from Goodhue Livingston, Jr. (New York Herald Tribune), Challenging Taft on His Record--"26 Questions" --April 22, 1952
  • Charges of "Delegate Steal" by Taft Forces at Texas State Convention and Other States
  • Attacks Governors on Patronage Power, June 1952
  • Series in Chicago Sun--Times on how Taft Backers Controlled State Convention Delegates, June 1952
  • Taft Answers Eisenhower's Abilene Speech, June 19, 1952
  • Attack on Eisenhower Foreign Policy, June 24, 1952
Box 98
  • Comparison of Taft--Ike Views on Various Issues
  • General Folder on Taft vs. Eisenhower
  • CQ Survey in Taft--Eisenhower Policy Views
  • Charges Governor Dewey Directs Eisenhower Campaign--Polls are Slanted for Ike
  • Taft Plans for GOP Presidential Convention, 1952
  • Eisenhower vs. Taft in Politics
  • Transcript of Statement After Meeting with Eisenhower in New York, September 12, 1952
  • Story Speculating on Taft's Power in 83rd Congress
  • Campaigning in 1952 Presidential Race, Methods, etc.
  • Miscellaneous Speeches of Senator Taft During 1952 Election Campaign
  • Statements on Nixon Fund, September 1952
  • Taft's Campaign Committee for 1952 Presidential Election
  • Politics (1952) Campaign Issues
  • New York Herald Tribune Article (21 Questions Posed to Taft)
  • Statements on Warren Candidacy, 1952
  • "Saint and Sinners" Special Edition paper on Taft--"Taft's Our Candidate" , January 25, 1952
  • Groups Against Taft in 1952
  • Southern Votes (Congress)
  • Eisenhower Forces Attacks on Taft in New England
  • Campaign Headquarters Washington D.C. (Campaign Literature), February 1952
  • "The Truth About Taft" , New York Post, by William Shannon, Series Beginning March 17, 1952
  • League of Women Voters Radio--Television Forum--Controversy Over Taft "Stand--In" .
  • "Can't Win" Charges and Taft Answer
  • Campaign Pictures
  • Taft vs. Stassen
  • Taft Rebukes Ike and Warren "Smears" in "Headlines" by Joseph P. Kemp
  • Democratic National Committee Material (Research)--"If Taft Had His Way" .
  • Editorials in Chicago Tribune and Washington Times--Herald
  • Political Leaders for Taft, 1952
  • Politics--Farm Vote
  • Republican Leaders Opposition to Taft and Campaign Techniques, 1952
  • Maryland Fund-raising Rally at Al-Marah, June 21, 1952
  • Speech, Hershey, Pennsylvania (Says Ike Battles GOP "Straw Man" ), June 25, 1952
  • Taft Writes Lyons Column, Letters from Congressional Constituents
  • Delegates Pledged to Taft for GOP Presidential Nomination
Box 99
  • Eisenhower vs. Taft (Pre-convention Quotes) Support for General Eisenhower at Defeat at Republican National Convention, 1952
  • Presidential Campaign Role, Eisenhower Itinerary--Speech, Springfield, Ohio, September 17, 1952
  • Post-election Activities, Suggestions for Ike's Cabinet
  • Taft Attack on Choice of Martin Durkin as Labor Secretary, December 2, 1952
  • Talk with President-Elect Eisenhower, December 31, 1952
  • Post Election, Taft Article in Cincinnati Times Star--Analysis of 1952 Election
    Senate Leadership in 83rd Congress
  • Leadership in U.S. Senate, 83rd Congress
  • Speech before Yale Alumni, April 7, 1953
  • Letter to Leonard Hall (GOP National Committee Chairman) Complimenting Democratic National Committee Publicity Division, May 1, 1953
  • Teamwork with President Eisenhower in 83rd Congress
  • Speech Urging "Go It Alone" Policy if Korean Truce Talks Failed, Cincinnati, Ohio, May 26, 1953
  • Designates Senator Knowland (Calif.) as GOP Majority Leader Because of illness, June 10, 1953
  • Death of Senator Taft, July 31, 1953
    Speeches in 1952
  • January 21 Rock County Women's Republican on Political Issues, Beloit, Wisconsin
  • January 21 Monroe, Wis. (on McCarthy, Farm Program)
  • January 24 Before Chevy Chase Women's Club (Socialism), Washington, D.C.
  • January 28 Orlando-Tampa, Florida (on Korean War)
  • February 2 Louisville, KY. on Foreign Policy
  • February 4 Huntington, West Virginia on Foreign Policy
  • February 5 Harrisonburg, Virginia on Foreign Policy
  • February 9-10 Tour-Rapids, Madison, Wisconsin (Foreign Policy)
  • February 13 Portland, Oregon (High Taxes, Korea)
  • February 15 Cheyenne, Wyoming (Communism, T-H Act, etc)
  • February 16 Denver, Colorado (China Policy)
  • February 22 Barre, Vermont ("Mugwumps" )
  • February 28 Cleveland, Ohio (Korea-Alaska)
  • February 29 Rock Island, Illinois (Communism-Asia Policy, etc.)
  • March 1 Peoria, Illinois (Socialism-Foreign Policy)
  • March 3 Racine, Wis. (Military Structure)
  • March 5 Hartford-New Haven, Conn. (Economy, Corruption, etc)
  • March 6-8 Concord-Berlin, New Hampshire, (Corruption in Government, Ike)
  • March 14 Phoenix, Arizona (GOP State Convention)
  • March 15 Chicago, East St. Louis, Illinois
  • March 17-19 Tour-Wisconsin on REA, Farm Policy, etc.
  • Labor reaction in Wisconsin after Taft Tour
Box 100
  • April 10 on Truman seizure of Steel Mills, Columbus, Ohio
  • April 15 Pittsburgh, Penn. (Labor and T-H Act)
  • April 16 Ann Arbor, Lansing, Michigan
  • April 17 Campaign Tour in Mass. (Statement on Truman Steel Seizure)
  • April 19 Campaign Tour in Mass. (Appeals to Young Voters)
  • May 19 Baltimore on Communism
  • June 15 Taft vs Kefauver Radio Debate (TV)
  • Isolationism as a Campaign Issue, 1952
    The Year 1950
  • Editorial Comment-Taft Reaction Upon Re-election to U.S. Senate, November 7, 1950
  • Taft Reply to President Truman's speech to Democratic Meeting in Chicago, May 17, 1950
  • Ohio Senatorial Election Probe, 1950
  • Text of Statement on Ohio Election Probe, November 26, 1951
  • Taft and Browder Pictures, Senatorial Election, 1950
  • Senatorial Campaign in Ohio (General Clips), 1950

Box 101
    1944 Campaign
  • Democratic National Convention, 1944
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Analysis of Presidential Votes by States
  • Election Returns
  • Election Statistics
  • Newspapers Supporting Democratic Party
  • Complete "Battle Page" on New Deal
  • "Battle Page" (Election Publication)
Box 102
  • Daily News
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Election Returns (Clippings)
    Campaign Publications, 1944
  • The American Farmer
  • Men at Work
  • Decent Homes
  • How to Make Friends and Influence Neighbors
  • Ships and Sailors that Licked Hitler
  • Hope
  • Justice For All
  • Wealth of Our Nation
  • Lose Your Job--Too Old to Work
  • Which Will You Choose?
  • That Man in the White House
  • National Election Campaign (U.S. News)
  • Roosevelt Record and the Negro People
  • For What the Hell Should We Apologize?
  • Dewey: The Man in the Blue Serge Suit
  • Factual Campaign Material
  • Get Out the Vote
  • In Defense of Politician
  • Barkley Speech Nominating Roosevelt
  • Miscellaneous Publications
Box 103
  • Campaign Publication Kits, 1944
  • Democratic Platform, 1932
  • Democratic Platform, 1940
  • Democratic Platform, 1944
  • Democratic Manual, 1944-1948
  • Democratic Platform, 1948
  • Campaign Literature, 1948
  • Veterans and the Democratic Party Platform, 1948
  • Truman Campaign Backed by the Negro Press
  • Democratic Campaign Literature, General, 1948
  • Truman and Pre-convention Bolt of Some Party Leaders
  • Selected Letters to Democratic National Committee Thanking Chairman Boyle for Assistance in the 1950 Campaign

Box 104
    Afghanistan-Arab States
  • Afghanistan
  • Africa
  • North Africa
  • South Africa
  • Alaska (General)
  • Alaskan Statehood
  • Alaska (Attempt by Private Interest to Exploit Oil Reserve)
  • Alaskan Tin probe, 1954
  • Albania (General)
  • Antarctic Region, U.S. Foreign Policy
  • Antarctic Expedition, 1954
  • Arab States
    Argentina-Asia
  • Argentina (General)
  • Revolt in Argentina, 1955
  • U.S. Relations
  • Argentine Beef
  • Asian Treaty--SEATO Established, September 1954
  • Asia, Proposed Economic Aid Dropped
  • Asia (General)
  • Asia, U.S. Aid Plan
    Atlantic Pact
  • NATO Meeting, Paris (Inclusion of Germany), 1955
  • Progress of NATO
  • Criticism of NATO
  • Amendment Permitting Trial of G.I.'s in Foreign Courts, 1953
  • Congressional Resolution to Form Defensive Union in UN Framework
Box 105
  • NATO (General), 1953
  • Inclusion of Germany in "Nine Power Pact" (London Conference, 1954)
  • Changes, Eisenhower replaced by General Ridgeway, April 1952
  • Eisenhower's Report on Defense of Western Europe, April 2, 1952
  • Text of NATO Pact and Treaty
  • Report of 1st year Operation of NATO
  • NATO General Clips
  • Foreign Aid Appropriations, President Truman's Message to Congress, March 6, 1952
  • Atlantic Pact
  • NATO Council-Brussels Conference, December 1950
  • European Reaction to Pact Announcement
  • U.S. Senate Approval of Pact, July 21, 1949
  • General Reaction to NATO Pact--Church Groups, etc.
  • Russia's Reaction to Pact Announcement
  • White Paper Issued by State Department on Pact
  • Signing of Pact, April 4, 1949
  • Radio Broadcast by Secretary of State Acheson
  • Report of U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee on Pact, June 7, 1949
  • Text of Secretary of State Acheson's Testimony (Congress) on Pact, April 28, 1949
Box 106
  • Atlantic Security Pact
      [1 of 4]
      [2 of 4]
      [3 of 4]
      [4 of 4]
  • President Truman's Comments
  • President Truman's Message Transmitting Pact to the Senate, April 12, 1949
  • Senate Ratification
  • Senate Hearings on Pact
  • Gallup Polls
  • Senate Reaction to Approval of Pact
  • NATO and the UN
  • NATO and Ratification by Other Nations
  • Defense Production Board Headquarters, London
  • Arms to Europe Program, Truman Message to Congress on July 1949
  • Arms to Europe Program House Approval of Conference Report, September 29, 1949
  • Presidential Proclamation--Pact in Force, August 24, 1949
  • U.S. Senator Taft
  • Special Session of Congress, Taft Comments
  • Appeals of Pact Nations for Arms--Question of Funds
  • Arms Aid Plan Funds Slashed by U.S. House, August 18, 1949
Box 107
  • Beginning of Senate Debate on Pact, July 5, 1949
  • Arms Aid to Europe, Debate in House Commences, August 17, 1949
  • Copy of Mutual Defense Assistance Act of 1949
  • Administration of Arms Aid Program
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Meeting of Joint Chiefs of Staff in Germany with NATO Leaders, August 1949
  • Senate Passes Arms Aid Bill, September 22, 1949
  • New Atlantic Council Formed, September 1949
  • Arms Aid--Senate Passes Military Bill, September 9, 1949
  • Foreign Ministers Meeting, New York City, September 1950
  • Greece and Turkey Included (Senate Vote), February 7, 1952
  • Ottawa Conference, September 1951
  • 12 Treaty Nations Meet in Rome, November 1951
  • News Clips After Lisbon Conference, 1952
  • Lisbon Conference, February 1952
  • Paris Conference, December 15, 1952
Box 108
  • Paris Conference, April 1953
  • U.S. Moves to Admit Other Nations
  • Defense Plans, 1950
  • Mutual Security Program, Truman Report to Congress, December 31, 1951
  • Administration Bill to Control Trade with Red Bloc
  • Report of Congressional Committee on Foreign Relations (Arms Aid)
  • Mutual Security Agency set up Under Averell Harriman
  • Mutual Security Agency, Monthly Report
  • Mutual Defense Assistance Program, 1954-55
  • Foreign Aid (General Clips)
  • Senate Action on 8.5 Billion Dollar Aid Program of Administration, May 1951
  • Foreign Aid Appropriations Bill, October 1951
  • Move for Single Agency to Administer Foreign Aid
  • 815 billion Dollar Foreign Aid Programs Sent to Congress by President Truman, May 1951
  • House Passes Foreign Aid Bill (Mutual Security), August 17, 1951
  • House Debate on Foreign Aid Bill (Mutual Security Program ), August 17, 1951
Box 109
  • Program for Fiscal Year 1953 (Mutual Security Program)
  • Hearings on Congressional Legislation (Mutual Security Program)
  • House Action on Legislation (Mutual Security Program), 1952
  • Senate Action on Legislation (Mutual Security Program), 1952
  • Mutual Security Bill, President Truman's Reaction
  • Mutual Security, Foreign Aid Spent in 12 Years
  • Foreign Economic Aid, President Eisenhower sets up new Aid Administration (ICA), April 1955
  • Grain Control Probe (FOA), 1955
  • Technical Cooperation Administration
  • Security (FOA), 1955
  • Foreign Operations Agency Replaces Mutual Security Agency Under Harold Stassen, 1953
  • Mutual Security Program, 1953
  • Mutual Security--Congressional Appropriations
  • Report to Congress on Mutual Security Program (July--December 1954)
  • Mutual Security Program for Fiscal Year 1956
    Au
Box 110
  • Australia (General Clips)
  • Austrian Treaty (1955) Senate Approval
  • Austrian State Treaty, 1955
  • Austria in World War II
  • Austria After World War II
    Ba--Bre
  • Balkan Defense Treaty (Greece, Turkey, Yugoslavia), August 1954
  • Balkan States (Russian Satellites)
  • Belgium
  • Bogota Conference, March 1948 [Empty]
  • Bolivia (General Clips)
  • Brazil (Overthrow of President Vargas)
  • Brazil (General Clips)
  • Bretton Woods International Monetary Conference, Savannah, Georgia, 1946
  • Bretton Woods, Senate Hearings, July 1945
    Britain
  • British--French 50 Year Pact, March 1947
  • British Labor Government
  • British Broadcasting Company
  • British--Polish Trade Treaty, January 1949
  • Nationalization of Steel Industry
  • Britain and the "Welfare State" (Article, New York Herald Tribune, March 7, 1949)
  • Congressional Comment on British Election, February 1950
  • Sale of War Goods to Red China
Box 111
  • Iranian Oil Dispute, 1951
  • October 1951 Elections, American Reaction
  • October 1951 Elections, Churchill Named Prime Minister
  • Suez Settlement with Egypt
  • Care of the "Missing Diplomats" , 1951
  • British Four Year Plan
  • Defense Policy
  • British Politics
  • Daily Notes--Conservative Publication
  • Britain's Health Program
  • Marshall Plan Aid
  • British--American Oil Treaty (General)
  • Anglo--American Civil Aviation Conference, Bermuda
  • Near East Relations
  • Bevin's (Foreign Minister) Attack on Truman's Palestine Statement
  • British--Russian Relations
  • Anglo--American Air Treaty, February 1946
  • Death of King George VI, February 1952
  • U.S. Requests Britain to Cede Three Pacific Islands
  • Canadian Loan to England
  • British--American Relations
  • Death of Queen Mary, March 1953
  • Affair in British Guiana, 1953
  • British--American Relations, 1953
  • Labor Party, 1953
  • London Conference, 1954
  • Churchill Visit to Washington, D.C.
  • Political Trends in Britain
  • Laborite Leaders Visit Red China, May 27, 1954
  • Budget Analyzed for 1954
  • Tito Visit to England, 1953
  • Britain and Trade with Russia, 1954
  • National Elections, April 1955
  • Britain and the Gold Standard
  • Foreign Policy (General)
  • British Asian Policy, 1955
  • General Clips, 1955-56
    Bulgaria--Burma
  • Bulgaria (General Clips)
  • Recall of U.S. Minister, January 1950
  • U.S. Breaks Diplomatic Relations, February 21, 1950
  • The Shipkov Incident
  • Burma Folder
    Canada
Box 112
  • Relations with U.S. After Igor Gouzenko Case
  • Parliamentary Elections, 1953
  • Income Tax Cut 11%, 1953
  • Canadian Prices
  • Canada (General Clips)
  • Defense Pact with the U.S.
  • Elections in 1945
  • National Price Controls
  • Treaty with U.S. on Niagara River
    Central and South America
  • New York Times (Six Articles) on Soviet Penetration in Central America, June 1950
  • Chapultepec Treaty Conference
  • Chapultepec Act
  • Chile Folder
  • Costa Rica, Attack by Nicaragua, January 1955
    China (Nationalist and Communist)
  • Relations with Russia on Manchuria
  • President Truman's Statement on U.S. Policy in China, December 18, 1946
  • China Crisis, 1948
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • Resignation of President Chiang Kai-Shek, January 1949
  • Shelling of British Ships in Yangtze River, April 1949
  • White Paper Issued by State Department, August 1949
  • Communist Republic Proclaimed in Peiping, October 1, 1949
  • Communist Republic Recognized by England
  • Imprisonment of Angus Ward, U.S. Consul, General, November 1949
  • U.S. Relations (Question of U.S. Recognition) January 1950
  • Incident of Air Force General Mow
  • U.S. Formosa Policy (Speech of Secretary Acheson Before National Press Club), January 12, 1950
Box 113
  • Question of U.S. Aid to Formosa, 1950
  • Secretary of State Acheson's Speech in San Francisco on U.S. Asia Policy, March 15, 1950
  • China Charges U.S. Air Raids in Manchuria, August 28, 1950
  • China Moves into Tibet, 1950-51
  • Arms Embargo Resolution Passed by UN, May 1951
  • Articles on Nationalist China (Washington Post, Alfred Friendly), September 1951
  • U.S.--Chinese Relations (General)
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Washington Lobbyists for Chiang Kai-Shek (William Goodwin and Alfred Kohlberg)
  • China Lobby, Probe by Justice Department, June 1951
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • China Policy, White Paper by Senate Democrats
  • Answer to GOP Propaganda on Yalta and China--Published May 1952
  • British Policy in China
  • Chiang Kai-Shek's Nationalist Government on Formosa
  • China Aid Bills in 81st Congress
  • Wedemeyer Report on China
  • Advisory Board Created to Review Far East Policy (July 1949)
  • GOP Party Policy on China
    Co--Es
  • Meeting of Colombo Powers, December 28, 1954
  • Colombia Folder
  • Colombia TVA, 1954
  • Commonwealth Parliamentary Association Meeting, December 10-13, 1950
  • Costa Rica
  • Cuba
  • Cyprus
  • Czechoslovakia--Communists Seize Power, February 1948
  • Czechoslovakia--General Clips
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
Box 114
  • Czechoslovakia--Relations with U.S.
  • Czechoslovakia--Consulate in Chicago Closed, April 1950
  • Czechoslovakia--Stories of Anti-Communists Escapes, March 1953
  • Denmark (General Clips)
  • Dumbarton Oaks Conference, 1954
  • Egypt, General Clips
  • Egypt, Rift with England Over Suez Canal, 1951
    Europe
  • Europe--Soviet Attempt to Create Ring of Neutral States
  • Europe--General Clips
  • European Peace Settlements
  • Three Power Council
  • Danube Conference, August 1948
  • Eastern Europe
  • Western Europe, General
  • Defense (Troops to Europe), Declaration of GOP Policy in the House
  • Anti-Americanism
  • Congressional Debate on Right of U.S. President to Send Troops to Europe
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Hearing in Senate (Issue of U.S. Troops to Europe), February 1951
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Senate Adoption of "Troops to Europe" Resolution, April 4, 1951
  • U.S. Troops to Europe Plan Killed by French Assembly, August 1954
  • Proposed Foreign Minister Meeting Suggested in November 1954
  • Treaty Establishing European Defense Community
      [1 of 2]
Box 115
      [2 of 2]
  • Brussels Conference on European Defense Community, August 1954
  • Proposed Meeting of Big Three (U.S., Britain, France), 1951
  • Big Four Foreign Ministers Conference Proposed in Washington, D.C. for July 23, 1951
  • Plan to set up a Joint Parliament for Western European Bloc, January 1949
  • Economic Situation (American Enterprise Assoc., Inc.), 1948
  • Industrial Unification (Schuman Steel Plan), May 1950
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
    Fa--Fi
  • Far Eastern Nations Threatened by Communism Under GOP Administration
  • Economic Development (Far East) and West Coast Economy, 1950
  • Finland
  • Finnish-American Relations
    Foreign Policy, U.S.
  • Secretary of State Byrnes Talk on U.S. Foreign Policy (New York City), February 28, 1946
  • Secretary of State Byrnes Speech in Paris, October 3, 1946
  • Democratic Party Foreign Policy Stand (79th Congress)
  • Bi-partisan Policy Attacked Over Chinese-American Relations on Formosa
  • 82nd Congress--Foreign Policy
  • Foreign Policy of the U.S.
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
Box 116
  • Reviewing American Foreign Policy Since 1945--U.S. Senator Tom Connally
  • Big Three Foreign Ministers Meeting in New York, September 1950
  • Review of Bi-partisan Foreign Policy Consultations Since World War II
  • Foreign Ministers Meeting in Washington, D.C., September 10--14, 1951
    France
  • France
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • French-American Arms Relationship, 1955
  • West Worried Over French Arms Cut, 1955
  • French Politics (General)
  • French Ratification of Bonn NATO Pact, March 27, 1955
  • Fall of Premier Mendes--Frances's Government
  • Ratifies German Rearmament Pact, December 30, 1954
  • London Conference--Germany Admitted to NATO, 1954
  • Fall of the Laniel Government in Indo-Chinese Crisis
  • Proposal to Draft U.S. Residents in France
  • Danger of Franco-Russian Pact, 1953
  • France and the European Defense Community, 1953
  • Franco-American Relations, 1953
  • French Elections, 1952
  • French Elections, June 1951
  • Visit to U.S. by President Vincent Auriol, March 1951
  • Visit of Premier Pleven to U.S., January 1951
  • Elections (National), 1949
  • French Communist Party, 1949
  • Devaluation of the Franc, January 1948
  • New Cabinet in Office, July 1948
  • National Election, November 1948
  • Franco-American 50 Year Pact, March 1947
  • U.S. Loan to French Government
    Germany
  • Germany--General Folder
  • West Germany--News Clips, 1953
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • National Elections, September 1953
  • German War Assets Question, View of President Eisenhower
Box 117
  • EDA Collapse and Germany, 1954
  • Inclusion in NATO at London Conference, 1954
  • Rearmament Treaty (19545), W. European Union (Arms Control), October 1954
  • West German Army
  • West Germany--General Clips
  • West Germany Becomes Independent Member of NATO, May 1955
  • Franco-German Joint Industrial Concern, 1955
  • German Neutrality
  • Rearmament Treaty and NATO
  • German-Soviet Relations
  • Elections in SW Germany and Saar, 1952
  • Saar Settlement, 1954
  • Soviet-U.S. Relations in Germany, Shift of U.S. Policy, March 1949
  • U.S. Stand on Soviet Repatriation Mission, March 1949
  • German Chronology Since V-E Day
  • Hoover Report on Economic Situation, 1947
  • Bonn Peace Contract
  • The Bonn Government
  • Three Power Agreement on West Germany, April 1949
  • German Scientists Brought to U.S. to Work on Defense and Industrial Problems
  • Repatriations, World War II
  • U.S. Military Commission--Germany
  • Election in West Germany, August 1949
  • Discussions on Control of Ruhr
  • German Disarmament Plan Proposed by Secretary of State Byrnes
  • Suppressed Report of Senate War Investigating Committee on American Occupation Zone
  • German Unification Plan Proposed at Paris Conference, July 1946
  • Documentary Film on Germany Reported Suppressed, September 1949
  • Rearming of Western Germany
  • Agnes Meyer Articles on Germany, January 1951
    Germany (Berlin and Russian Zone)
Box 118
  • U.S. Proposal to Send Food to Eat Berlin to Ease Shortages
  • Riots in East Germany, June 1953
  • Russian Relations with East Germany at Time of Berlin Riots and Subsequent
  • Communist Youth Festival, August 1951
  • Soviet Proposal to Eliminate Boundaries and Hold Free Elections, May 1950
  • Berlin Crisis--Meeting of Big Four Leaders in Moscow, August 1948
  • East-West Friction, 1950
  • Election in Soviet Sector, May 1949
  • Berlin Currency Question
  • Communist Coup and Elections, 1948
  • UN Consideration of Berlin Question, October 1948
  • Soviet Overtures on Lifting Berlin Blockade, April 1949
  • Three Western Power Control in Berlin
  • Russian Zone of Germany
  • New Constitution for West Germany, May 1949
  • Big Four Council of Foreign Ministers Meeting in Paris, 1949
  • Berlin Blockade Lifted, May 12, 1949
  • Allied Control Commission for Germans
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Germany and Postwar Russia
  • Pamphlet (State Dept.) "Confuse and Control--Soviet Technique in Germany"
    Greece
  • Visit of King Paul and Queen to U.S., 1953
  • Greek Ship Owners--Question of Registry of Ships
  • Greek Ship Deal
  • Lease of Bases to U.S. to Bolster NATO, 1953
  • Greece, General (1948-50)
  • National Elections, March 1950
  • Congressional Reaction to President Truman's Greek Message, March 12, 1947
  • U.S. House Hearing on Greek-Turkish Aid Program
  • U.S. House Senate Action on Greek-Turkish Aid Bill, April 1947
  • President Truman's Message to Congress on Greek Crisis, March 1947
Box 119
  • 80th Congress Votes Greek-Turkish Aid Funds
  • Report of U.S. Economic Mission to Greece (Paul Porter), March 1947
  • Report of Truman Doctrine in Action in Greece, November 1947
  • Death of King George II, April 1, 1947
  • Greek-Turkish Aid Program (U.S. Senate Hearings on Bill)
  • President Truman Signs Greek-Turkish Aid Bill, May 22, 1947
  • Congressional Action on Greek Commitment, March 1947
  • Greek-Turkish Aid Program
  • U.S. Mission to Greece to Carry Out Aid Program
  • Truman Doctrine, Civil War in Greece (1947-48)
  • Aid to Greece- Civil War-
  • Senator Vandenberg's Proposal to Permit UN Veto Over Greek Aid Program
  • British to U.S. for Aid to Greece, March 1947
  • Greece, General Clips (1946) [and 1945]
  • Greece--General Clips (1947)
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Greece--Murder of U.S. Correspondent, George Polk
    Green--Gu
  • Greenland--General Clips
  • Guam--General News Clips
  • Guam--Recent News Clips
    Ha--Hu
  • Haiti, General News Clippings
  • Hemispheric Defense Bill Proposed by President Truman
  • Holland--General News Clippings
  • Honduras-- General News Clippings
Box 120
  • Hungary--General News Clippings
  • Hungary--Strained Relations With the U.S.
  • Hungary--Trial of U.S. Businessman, Robert Vogler, February 1950
  • Hungary--Trial of Cardinal Mindszenty
  • Hungary--Arrest of Cardinal Mindszenty
  • Hungary--Trial of Archbishop Josef Groesz, June 1951
  • Hungary--Case of the Captured American Fliers, December 1951
  • Hungary--Russian Coup, June 1947
    Iceland
  • Iceland, General Clips
    India
  • End of British Rule in India, August 1947
  • President Truman's Bid to India and Pakistan to End War, August 1949
  • India--General News Clips
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Nehru's Criticism of U.S. Policy in Asia, Red China, (1951)
  • Congress Votes to Send Grain to India, June 1951
  • India Emergency Assistance Act, 1951
  • National Elections, 1952
  • Attempt by India to Obtain Seat on Korean (Political) Truce Conference, 1953
    Indochina
Box 121
  • Meeting in Geneva to Settle Indo-Chinese War, April 1954
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • European Reaction to Possible Involvement in Indo-China
  • Background and Chronology of Indo-Chinese War
  • Laniel Government Crisis, Asks if U.S. Will Fight in Indo-China
  • Fall of Laniel Government as Result of Indo-Chinese War
  • Anglo-American Differences Over Indo-Chinese at Geneva, 1954
  • Conflicting Statements by Administration Leaders Over U.S. Involvement
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • U.S. Public Reaction to Possible Involvement of U.S. in Indo-Chinese War
  • U.S. Plans for Intervention in Indo-China
  • U.S. Policy--Report on Indo-China by Senator Mansfield
  • U.S. Editorial Reaction to Into-Chinese War
  • Stories on South Vietnam After Geneva Conference, 1955
  • Cambodia--King Abdicates to Oppose "Obstruction" , March 3, 1955
  • Turmoil Continues, 1955
  • French Troop Withdrawal, May 16, 1955
  • Indo-Chinese Crisis, 1955
  • General Stories, Misc. Clippings
  • French Government Policy After Fall of Dien Bien Phu
Box 122
  • French Lose Dien Bien Phu, May 7, 1954
  • U.S. Policy Toward Indo-China
  • Congressional Reaction to Possible Use of U.S. Troops
  • Geneva Conference, May 1954
  • American Aid to Indo-China
  • UN and the Indo-Chinese War
  • Indo-China as a U.S. Political Issue (1954)
  • Viet Minh Leader Ho Chi Minh Vows to Free South Vietnam
  • Congressional Reaction to Indo-Chinese Truce Settlement
  • The SEATO and Indo-China
  • Aftermath of Truce Settlement, 1954
  • President Eisenhower's Statement on Indo-China Truce
  • Editorial Reaction to Indo-China Truce
  • Truce Agreement Gives Reds North Vietnam as Far as 17th Parallel, July 20, 1954
  • Final Agreement Reached at Geneva on Indo-Chinese Peace Settlement, July 22, 1954
  • Eisenhower Letter Asking South Vietnam Reform, 1954
    Indonesia--Kashmir
  • Indonesia--General News Clips
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Indonesia--Granted Independence, December 1949
  • Indonesia--Admitted to the United Nations, 1950
Box 123
  • Inter-American Defense Treaty, Rio Conference, 1947
  • Inter-American Conference, Bogota, Columbia, March 1948
  • Iran--General News Clips
  • Iran--Oil Dispute--Anglo-American Relations
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • Visit of the Shah of Iran
  • Iranian-Russian Dispute
  • Revolt in Iran
  • Premier Mossadegh Deposed by Shah--Aftermath (1953)
  • Anglo-Iranian Oil Settlement, 1954
  • U.S. Aid to Iran After Mossadegh Government Collapses
  • Iran--General Clips
  • Ireland--General News Clippings
  • Israel--General News Clippings
  • Israel--Palestine Chronology
  • British Foreign Minister Bevin's Statement on Admission of Jews to Palestine, June 12, 1946
  • UN Assembly Meeting on Palestine, May 1947
  • UN Committee Report on Palestine, September 1947
Box 124
  • UN General Assembly Approves Palestine Partition Plan, November 20, 1947
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • Java
  • Jordan
  • Jordan, 1953
  • Kashmir
    Russia
  • Soviet Chiefs on Big Four Conference
  • "Lest They Forget" ("Research Fact Sheet" )
  • Soviet Offer to Share Atom Power Data on one of it's A-Plants
  • Russian Move to Approve Austrian State Treaty, 1955
  • Anglo-Soviet Relations, 1955
  • Soviets on the Clergy
  • Russian Defense Budget Announced
  • Russian Proposal for World Disarmament Plan
  • Soviet Economy in 1955
  • U.S. to Admit Student Editors
  • Russian Farm Observers in Iowa, 1955
  • Soviet Farm Policy, 1955
  • France-Russian Mutual Security Pact, 1955
  • Soviet Union, General News Clips, 1955
  • Russo--German Relations
  • Soviet Industrial Development
  • Russia--Immorality in Communist Party, 1955
  • Soviet Military Development
  • U.S. Navy Plane Downed by Russia Over Bering Straits, June 24, 1955
  • NATO Type Organization Proposed for Satellites
  • Soviet-Japanese Relations
  • U.S.S.R. Peace Offensive, 1955
  • Criticism of U.S. Press by Soviets
  • Soviet Propaganda
  • Marshal Bulganin Replaces Malenkov in the Government, February 8, 1955
  • Russian Trade, 1955
  • Restriction of Soviet Travel in the U.S., 1955
  • Russo-American Relations, 1955
  • New Russian Weapons
  • Soviet Youth Defects to West, 1955
  • Russo-Yugoslav Relations
  • "18 Months Inside Russia" , Article, U.S. News and World Report, November 21, 1952
Box 125
  • "Stolen MIG Incident" --Polish Underground, March 1953
  • Death of Stalin--News Clips on Successor--Foreign Policy
  • Beria Purge, July 1953
  • Election to Soviet Supreme Council, 1954
  • Visit to Russia by U.S. Editors
  • Changes in Diplomatic Posts (Britain-U.S.), June 1952
  • Border Incidents--Attacks on U.S. Planes, March 1953
  • Series of Articles on Russia by Harrison Salisbury, New York Times, 1954
  • Soviet Statement on the SEATO Agreement
  • West Turns Down Russian bid for Eastern Security Pact, 1954
  • Senator Knowland Reveals Soviet Plan for World Conquest, June 21, 1954
  • England Orders Two Russian Military Attaches Out of Country on Spying Charges
  • Russian Trade with West Germany
  • Soviet Drive to Split the West
  • U.S. Military Attaches Expelled from Russia, 1954
  • American Invitation to 11 Russian Students and Farmers to Visit U.S.
  • B-29 Shot Down by Russians, November 1954
  • The European Conference (1954)--Soviet Call for 25 Nation Participation
  • Russians Agree to Return Port Arthur to China, October 1954
  • Role in International Atomic Talks, 1954
  • Crisis with U.S. in Shooting Down of Planes, 1954
  • Russo-American Relationship, 1953
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Defections in Soviet Secret Police
  • Russian Budget for 1954
  • Russian Bid to Join NATO Turned Down by the West
  • Premier Malenkov's Speech on Soviet Economy, August 9, 1953
  • Possibility of Opening New Trade Relations with U.S.
  • 36th Anniversary of Russian Revolution, 1953
  • Soviet Red Star Reveals Destructive Potential of H-Bomb, March 1954
  • Russo-American Relations, 1950-52
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
Box 126
  • Soviet Congress Called into Session, August 1952
  • Relationship with U.S. After Death of Stalin
  • Break in Relations with Israel, February 1953
  • Russian--Jewish Purge, 1953
  • U.S. Senate Vote on Russo-American Friendship
  • U.S. Invitation to Russia to Attend Big Four Conference in Washington, D.C., July 23, 1951
  • Russia--U.S.--Japanese Peace Treaty
  • U.S. Senate Action Sale of War Goods to Red Bloc Nations
  • U.S. Presses Voluntary Embargo on Russian Goods, August 1950
  • Incident of U.S. Plane Shot Down in the Baltic, April 1950
  • Russia and the Cold War
  • Articles on Russia, Carl Sulzberger, New York Times, May 1950
  • Exchange of Notes Between Foreign Minister Molotov and U.S. Ambassador Walter B. Smith, May 1948
  • Diplomatic Exchanges and President Truman's Statement, May 12, 1948
  • Case of Sgt. McMillan, U.S. Army
  • Official State Department Documents (Diplomatic Exchanges)
  • Wallace "Open Letter" to Stalin on Russo-American Differences
  • Truman Message to Congress on European Crisis, Temporary Draft Law, March 17, 1948
  • New York Times Articles on Russian Power, March 1948
  • Russian Consul Lomakin Ousted by U.S., August 1948
  • Soviet Curb on Aliens in Moscow Area, October 1948
  • U.S. Gives Lt. Barsov (Defector) to Soviet, August 31, 1949
  • Meeting of Stalin and U.S. Ambassador Kirk, August 15, 1949
  • Russia--U.S. Relations
  • Russo-American Air Incident over Baltic Area, April 1950
  • Devaluation of the Ruble, March 1, 1948
  • Agreement to U.S. Trusteeship over Japanese Islands, February 1947
  • Council for Economic Assistance
  • The Agricultural Dilemma
  • Soviet War Potential
  • Soviet Economic Condition
  • Soviet Currency
  • Six Power London Conference on Germans, June 1948
  • Foreign Minister Molotov Replaced by Vishinsky, March 1949
  • Soviet Attacks on the Church
  • Soviet Military Budget, 1949
  • Soviet Navy
  • Soviet 5 Year Plan
  • Soviet New 5 Year Plan
  • Soviet Attitude on Prisoners of War
  • Soviet Aviation
  • Russian Failure to Cooperate on World Food Program
  • Russian Press Attacks on U.S.
  • Russian Attack on Newsweek
  • Russian Press
  • Russian Propaganda
  • Russian Advancement in the Field of Science
  • Premier Malenkov Reveals Russia has H-Bomb, August 8, 1953
  • President Truman Reveals Russ has A-Bombs, September 1949
  • Russia and the A-Bomb
  • Russian Espionage Charges
Box 127
  • Russo-American Relations ("Score Sheet" , May 1947)
  • Background of U.S. Recognition of Russia (1933)
  • Collection of Quotes of People on Russia (1942-48)
  • Russia and U.S. Relations
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Russian Spy Hunt in Canada
  • Russian Spy Rings in U.S.
  • May Day Celebrations, 1949
  • U.S. Broadcasts to Russia
  • Russo-American Trade
  • Amtorg Trading Corp.
  • Dispute U.S.--Russian Trade, December 1947
  • State vs. Church Issue in Satellite Countries
  • Russia--Newspapers (I)
  • State Dept. Publication of Nazi-Soviet Pact, 1939
  • Review of Russian Foreign Policy Since World War I
  • Soviet Satellites
  • Russia and the Vatican
  • Stalin's Birthday Celebration
  • "Is Russia Ready" , Series of Articles by Richard Wilson, August 1950
  • Report of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, 1950 [empty]
  • Anti-Semitism in Russia, 1953
  • Russian--U.S. Relations
      [1 of 5]
      [2 of 5]
      [3 of 5]
      [4 of 5]
      [5 of 5]
    Spain
Box 128
  • Secret Treaties (Chicago Tribune Charges)
  • Spanish-U.S. Relations, General
  • U.S.-Spanish Pact, Bases for Aid, 1953
  • Question of U.S. Recognition of Spain, 1948-50
  • Admission to the UN, 1950
  • U.S. Aid to Spain, 1950
  • Naming of U.S. Ambassador to Spain, 1950-51 [missing]
  • Spanish-American Pact, July 1951
  • Voted Seat in UNESCO
  • Banning of "Gentleman's Agreement"
  • Spain--Transition Period
    • [1 of 2]
    • [2 of 2]
  • Spanish-U. S. Relations, 1953--Final Enactment of Pact, Basis for Aid After Many Years of Wrangling
    State Department
  • State Department--General Clips
  • State Department--1944
  • Inter-Departmental Commission on Scientific and Cultural Cooperation
  • State Department--1945
  • State Department--1946
Box 129
  • State Department--1947 (Sec. Byrnes Replaced by General Marshall)
  • State Department--Under Acheson--Plans Envoys Corps
  • State Department--1952
  • State Department--Broadcasts
  • State Department--Suggests Non-partisan Commission to Investigate "Red Situation"
  • Ouster of State Department Employees in Loyalty Purge, July 1947
  • State Department--Employee Loyalty Investigation, S. Res. 231
  • State Department--Reorganization Under the GOP, 1953
  • State Department--General
  • State Department--Security Risks
  • Education Exchange Program Probe
  • State Department Budget, 1953-54
  • State Department After 1948 Election
  • State Department Kept out of Politics--Secretary Dulles Announces
  • State Department Clears 80 Employees Sen. McCarthy Charged as Communists in 1950
  • Resignation of Dr. Compton as Head of Voice of America, February 18, 1953
  • Voice of America--Report that Acheson Pays Newscasters
  • Voice of America--Budget
Box 130
  • Voice of America--General Clips
  • Voice of America--U.S. Information Program
  • Voice of America--Report of Advisory Commission Urging Curbs of Congressional Probes of USIA (Canham Report), February 1954
  • IIA Director Johnson Refutes McCarthy Charges
  • U.S. Information Agency Replaces IIA, August 1953
  • State Department Morale Under the GOP
  • Voice of America--"Fact Sheet" Published by State Department
  • U.S. Advisory Commission on Information
  • Publication: "Building the Peace" , January 1949
  • Proposed Pact on Freedom of Information
  • State Department Buildings
  • State Department Appropriations
  • Attempt of GOP to Hold Back State Department Funds (82nd Congress)
  • Appropriations, July 1951
  • Attempt to Accredit Staff to Capitol Press Galleries
  • Office of International Information
  • Second Annual Report of the UN, 1948
  • Hoover Commission Urges Reorganization of Department, 1949
  • Suspension of Two Diplomats (Clubb and Davies), July 1951
  • State Department Bulletins
    Sweden--Syria
Box 131
  • Sweden
  • Switzerland
  • Syria
    Teheran--Turkey
  • Teheran Conference, 1943
  • Thailand--General Clips
  • Thailand [empty]
  • Tibet--Invasion by the Chinese, October 1950
  • Trans-Jordan
  • Treaties of Alliance
  • Trieste--Dispute over City by Italy--Yugoslavia, August 1953
  • Trieste Settlement, 1954
  • Trieste
  • Tunisia--General News Clips
  • Turkey
    United Nations
  • Little Assembly--History Interim Committee
  • UN Publications
      [1 of 4]
      [2 of 4]
      [3 of 4]
      [4 of 4]
Box 132
  • UN Council Veto Problems
  • 1945--Opening of San Francisco Conference
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • 1946--General Clips
  • 1946--Secretary Byrnes Disclosure of U.S. Troops Abroad
  • 1946--Gromyko's Walkout During Meeting on Iran Dispute, March 27, 1946
  • 1946--Stettinius Resignation From UN
  • 1946--Warren Austin Replaces Stettinius as U.S. Delegate to UN
  • 1946--Iranian Question (Chronology)
  • 1946--Security Council Meeting in New York, Hunter College
  • 1946--Council of Foreign Ministers Meeting in New York
  • 1947--Big Four Meeting in Moscow
  • 1947--Report of Balkan Investigating Commission
  • 1947--President Truman's Message to Congress on First Year of UN
  • 1947--Security Council Wins First Victory in Settling Dutch--Indonesian Dispute
  • 1947--Meeting of Big Four Council of Foreign Ministers in London
  • 1948--General News Clips
  • 1948--Secretary Marshall's Address to General Assembly Meeting
Box 133
  • 1948--UN Spy Charge
  • 1948--Parley of Foreign Ministers in Paris
  • 1948--Summation of the Paris Meeting of the UN
  • 1948--Report on UN Record of Achievements, October
  • 1948--Second Annual Report of the UN (Role of U.S.)
  • 1949--General News Clips
  • 1949--Plan for Development of Backward Nations
  • 1950--U.S. Charged with Tolerating "Slave Labor" Before UN Committee, March
  • 1950--National and International Measures for Full Employment, January
  • 1951--General News Clips
  • 1951--Position in Red Cease Fire Offer (Korea)
  • 1951--"Is the UN Dying?"
  • 1952-1953--Say Charges by McCarran Committee--Trygve Lie Resigns
  • 1952-1953--Activities Under Secretaryship of Hammarskjold
  • 1952-1953--U.S. Opposes Seating India on Political Conference (Korean Truce)
  • 1952-1953--Attempts to Revise Charter for Security Council to Prevent Soviet Veto
  • 1952-1953--Women in the Organization
  • 1952-1953--Possible Sino-Soviet Rift
  • 1952-1953--Nomination for Secretary-General
  • 1952-1953--Russian Charge of U.S. "Germ Warfare" in Korea
  • 1952-1953--Reaction of Organized Groups in U.S. to its Activities
  • 1952-1953--U.S. Public Attitude--New Hampshire Town Meeting Approval
  • 1954--General News Clips
  • 1954--Cost to U.S. of Maintaining UN (Background)
  • 1954--Relations with U.S. Under Republican Administration
  • 1955--Tenth Anniversary of World Body
  • 1955--Proposed UN Charter Revision
  • 1955--Action on Formosa Crisis
  • 1955--General News Items
  • 1955--Action on Guns for the Arabs
  • 1955--China (Red) Denied a Seat
Box 134
  • Food and Agricultural Organization
  • Economic and Social Council
  • Educational and Cultural Organization
  • Committee on Human Rights
  • World Federation of UN Associations
  • International Children's Emergency Fund
  • Freedom of Information Conference
  • Senate Vote Defending Taft Amendment, November 29, 1945
  • Subcommission on Employment and Economic Stability
  • Commission on Devastated Areas
  • Report of UN Economic Commission on E.R.P.
  • Report of U.S. Participation, 1948-1949
  • Committee on World Food Programs, July 3, 1947
  • UN and Red China
  • Arms Embargo Resolution on Red China Passed, May 14, 1951
Box 135
  • Delegation from the U.S.
  • Effect of the U.S. Presidential Election on UN
  • The Spanish Problem
  • Russia and the UN
  • Report of Senator Connally on UN Meeting in London, March 1946
  • World Trade
  • International Policing
  • World Health Organization
  • Atomic Information
  • World News Policy
  • Record of the UN
  • Resume of UN Progress Since San Francisco, New York Times, April 21, 1946
  • Waste of UN Middle East Relief
  • Text of First Five Peace Treaties After World War II
  • UN Genocide Ban
  • American Enterprise Association, "UN Major Decisions"
  • General News Clips, 1950
  • Termination of UNRRA, December 1946
  • UNRRA Incident of Jewish Exodus from Europe
  • Technical Aid (UN Version of Point Four)
  • Disarmament Commission, 1954
    Uruguay-World Court
  • Uruguay
  • Venezuela
  • Virgin Islands
  • Western Hemisphere Foreign Ministers Meeting, Washington, D. C., 1951
  • The World Court
    World War II
Box 136
  • World War II, Background and General
  • History of the War
  • Official Documents of World War I and II
  • European War--VE Day
  • Demobilization and Demonstrations by Soldiers in Manila
  • Republican Quotes on Demobilization After the War
  • World War II Demobilization
  • Look Magazine Article on Way Roosevelt Would Answer Critics on Pearl Harbor
  • Data Prepared by the Democratic Committee on GOP Defense Measures
  • Final Report of Pearl Harbor Committee, July 21, 1946
    Yalta Conference
Box 137
  • Repudiation by Eisenhower
  • Senate Resolution on Repudiation of Wartime Agreements (83rd Congress)
  • Yalta Papers Release, March 1955
  • Republican Senate Policy Committee Release of Yalta Papers for Political Use
  • Congressional Reaction to Yalta Papers Release, March 1955
  • Cartoon Reaction to Yalta Papers Release by GOP
  • Red Reaction to Release to Yalta Papers
  • Editorial Comments and Letters on Yalta Papers Release
  • Official Text Released by State Dept., March 17, 1955
  • Editorial Comments on Release of Yalta Papers by GOP
  • Secretary State Dulles' Statement Before Senate Committee on Release of Yalta papers, April 19, 1955
  • Criticism of Manner of Release of Papers by GOP
  • Democratic National Committee "Fact Sheet" on Yalta
  • Yalta Papers Release-Comment of Nixon, MacArthur, etc.
Box 138
  • European Reaction to Release of Yalta Papers
  • Cartoons on Yalta Papers Release
  • Discussion of Yalta by Churchill in His Book, "Triumph and Tragedy" , Life
  • Text of Yalta Agreement, New York Times, March 25, 1947
  • Yalta Conference--News Clips
  • Peter Edson Columns on Yalta, August 16-17, 1951
  • Reported Secret Pact on Kuriles
  • Contemporary Comments by Newspapers, Republican and Other Leaders Praising Yalta

Box 139
    Pennsylvania
[NOTE: Folders for the states of Alabama through Oklahoma were missing from this file when it was accessioned by the Harry S. Truman Library]
  • Philadelphia Housing, 1949
  • Deplorable Conditions at State Insane Asylums
  • Fair Employment Practices Commission (State)
  • Pennsylvania (Separate Folder)
  • Record of Prosperity Under Democratic Administration
  • Economy of the State
  • Democratic Politics in 1948
  • Pittsburgh Power Strike, October 1946
  • General News Clippings
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Brannan Farm Program
  • Progress of Pittsburgh Under Mayor Lawrence
  • Negro Voters, 1949
  • Vote Registration
  • State Gains--Report of Research Division, 1952
    Rhode Island
  • State Constitutional Convention
  • Election Results-November 1946
  • State Employment
  • Official Election Returns, 1950
  • Gubernatorial Returns, 1950
  • Senatorial Race, 1950
  • Elections, Congressional, 1950
  • Brannan Farm Program
  • Rhode Island Republicans
  • Rhode Island (Separate Folder)
  • Record of Prosperity Under Democratic Administration
  • Democratic Convention (State), 1952
  • Republican Convention (State), 1952
  • Rhode Island Senatorial Returns, 1954
    South Carolina
Box 140
  • South Carolina (Separate Folder)
  • Congressional Returns, 1950 [empty]
  • Record of Prosperity Under Democratic Administration
  • Primary Elections, 1950
  • Ballot Reform Movement
  • Senatorial Race, 1950
  • Brannan Farm Program
  • South Carolina Democrats
  • The "States' Rights Movement"
  • Official Returns for 1950 Elections
  • Democratic Primaries, 1952
  • Segregation Laws and Practices
  • South Carolina Republicans
  • South Carolina Primary, June 9, 1954
  • Senatorial Race, 1954
  • Gubernatorial Race, 1954
  • State Election Laws
    South Dakota
  • South Dakota (Separate Folder)
  • U.S. Population Census of 1950
  • Official Returns for 1950 Elections
  • Congressional Election Returns, 1950
  • Brannan Farm Program
  • Record of Prosperity Under Democratic Administration
  • State Primary Elections, June 3, 1952
  • State Primary Elections, June 4, 1952
  • State Primary, June 1, 1954
  • News Clippings on South Dakota Election (1954)
  • South Dakota Politics
    Tennessee
  • Tennessee Politics
  • State Primary Election, August 2, 1946
  • Memphis
  • Racial Disturbances
  • Brannan Farm Program
  • Record of Prosperity Under Democratic Administration
Box 141
  • State Primary Election, August 1948
  • Tennessee Elections, 1949
  • Tennessee Elections, 1950 and 1952
  • Official Returns for 1950 Elections
  • Election Results, November 1950
  • Gubernatorial Election, November 1951
  • U.S. Senate Race, 1952
  • Gubernatorial Election, 1952
  • State Primary Returns, 1952
  • General Election, 1952
  • Tennessee and Tidelands Oil
  • Tennessee and Politics, 1953-1955
  • U.S. Senatorial Race, 1954
  • Gubernatorial Race, 1954
  • Republicans--The "New Guard"
  • Hatch Act Violations
  • Congressional Elections, 1954
  • Tennessee Republicans
  • Repeal of Poll Tax, Change of Charter, 1953
  • Election Results, November 1954
  • State Primary, August 5, 1954
  • Local Election, April-May 1954
  • Nashville Mayoral Election Results, 1955
    Texas
  • State Primary Results, 1944
  • Special Congressional Election, August 1947
  • Democratic Primary, July 1948
  • Brannan Farm Program
  • Texas Democrats. 1948
  • Texas Dixiecrats, 1948
  • Record of Prosperity Under Democratic Administration
  • Texas Democrats, 1952-1954 [empty]
  • Official Returns for Elections of 1950
  • Congressional Election Returns, 1950 [empty]
  • Republican Congressman Elected (18th District), May 1950
  • Texas Politics, 1950
  • Special Election (13th Congressional District), September 8, 1951
  • The State Legislature
  • Democratic Politics
  • Taft-Eisenhower Fight--State Convention, Primary 1952
  • Texas Drought, 1953
  • Texas Republicans
  • Progress Report, 20 Years of Federal Democratic Administration
  • General News Clippings
  • Texas Poll
Box 142
  • Young Democrats
  • State Democratic Convention, Houston, 1954
  • Insurance Scandal, 1954
  • Oilmen and Politics, Series of Articles, Washington Post, February 1954
  • State Primary Election, 1954
  • Congressional Elections, 1954
  • State Legislature Outlaws Communist Party, 1954
  • Texas City Explosion, 1955
  • Texas Oil Millionaires
    Utah
  • Utah Politics
  • Election Results in Utah--November 1946
  • Official Election Returns, 1950
  • U.S. Senatorial Returns
  • Utah Senatorial Race
  • Congressional Election 1950
  • Brannan Farm Program
  • Record of Prosperity Under Democratic Administration
  • Progress Report--20 Years of Federal Democratic Administration [empty]
  • Utah Democrats
  • Utah (Separate Folder)
  • Utah Republicans
  • Utah Elections, 1952
  • Congressional Race After Withdrawal of Stringfellow (1954)
  • State Primary, 1954
  • Local and Mayoralty Elections, 1955
    Vermont
  • Vermont (Separate Folder)
  • State Primary Election
  • U.S. Senatorial Returns, Election of 1950
  • Official Election Returns for 1950
  • Brannan Farm Program
  • Record of Prosperity Under Democratic Administration
  • State Democratic Convention, May 14, 1952
  • Republic Primary--September 1954
  • Vermont Politics
    Virginia
  • Virginia (Separate Folder}
  • Tuck Bill (Revision of Electoral College)
  • State Primary Election, August 6, 1946
Box 143
  • Congressional Election, 1946
  • General Election Results, November 1946
  • Brannan Farm Program
  • Local Elections, November 1947
  • State Primaries, 1948-1950
  • Gubernatorial Race, 1949
  • City Election (Alexandria)--November 1949
  • Gubernatorial Election Returns (1949)--Poll Tax Vote (1950)
  • Record of Prosperity Under Democratic Administration
  • Special Election (1st Congressional District, 1950)
  • Virginia Politics
  • Congressional Races, 1950
  • Congressional Election Returns, 1950
  • Official Returns for 1950 Elections
  • State Primaries, August 1951
  • State Assembly Election, November 6, 1951
  • State Assembly--Reapportionment of Delegates, 1952-1953
  • Congressional Redistricting, 1952
  • Congressional Elections, 1952
  • U.S. Senate Primary (Byrd Vs. Miller), 1952
  • State Democratic Convention, 1952
  • Virginia Republicans
  • Virginia Drought, 1953
  • Poll Tax, 1953
  • State Primary Elections, July 1953
  • Virginia Democrats, 1953
  • Special Congressional Election, 1953
  • State Election Results, November 1953
  • State Election Campaign, 1953
  • Progress Report, Prosperity Under Democratic Administration
  • State Primaries, 1954
  • Congressional Races, 1954
  • State Legislature, 1954
  • Tenth Congressional District
  • Virginia Local Elections, 1955
  • Gubernatorial Contest, 1957
  • General News Clippings
    Washington
Box 144
  • Washington--The Year 1946
  • Newspaper, Roosevelt-American
  • Special Election, 3rd Congressional District, June 1947
  • Results of Election, 3rd Congressional District, June 1947
  • Seattle Population Characteristics, 1950 Census
  • Washington (Separate Folder)
  • Washington Republicans, 1952
  • State Republican Convention, 1952
  • Brannan Farm Program
  • Record of Prosperity Under 17 Years of Democratic Administration
  • State Reclamation Projects
  • Senatorial Primary (September 12, 1950), Candidates; Campaigns; Etc.
  • Congressional Election Returns, 1950 (Empty)
  • Senatorial Election Returns, 1950
  • Official Returns for 1950 Elections (Empty)
  • Progress Report, 20 Years Federal Democratic Administration
  • Senatorial Race, 1952
  • Washington Primary, 1954
  • Congressional Election, 1954
    West Virginia
  • West Virginia
  • Brannan Farm Program
  • State Primary, May 1948-1950
  • Record of Prosperity, 17 Years, Democratic Administration
  • West Virginia Elections, 1950
  • Congressional Election Returns, 1950
  • Characteristics of Population of Charleston
  • Official Returns for 1950 Elections
  • West Virginia Elections, 1951
  • West Virginia Primary, May 13, 1952
  • Special Congressional Election (5th District), June 1951
  • Vote Probe, 1952
  • Primary Election Results, May 14, 1952
  • West Virginia Primary, May 13, 1952
  • West Virginia Income
  • West Virginia Democrats
  • West Virginia Republicans
  • Senate Race, 1954
  • Mayoral Election (Charleston), 1955
  • Charleston Elections, 1955
    Wisconsin
Box 145
  • Defeat of Senator LaFollette in Primary, August 1946
  • Election Returns, November 1946
  • Wisconsin, 1946
  • Congressional Election (2nd District), 1947
  • Republican Presidential Poll, June 1947
  • Wisconsin (Separate Folder)
  • Wisconsin Democrats, 1948-1955
  • Wisconsin Political Situation
  • Democratic State Committee
  • Wisconsin Democrats II
  • State Primaries, 1948-1952
  • Brannan Farm Program
  • Record of Prosperity Under 17 Years Democratic Administration
  • Farm Groups
  • Wisconsin Democratic Publications
  • Congressional Redistricting
  • Official Returns for 1950 Elections
  • Medical Loan Plan
  • Citizens Poll on the Declaration of Independence
  • Wisconsin Election Laws
  • State Legislature
  • Wisconsin Taxes
  • Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner (Charges of Attempting to "Sell Dinner" to U.S. Employees, June 1951)
  • Senatorial and Congressional Races, 1950-52
  • Progress Report, 20 Years Federal Democratic Administration
  • Wisconsin Republicans
  • Republican State Convention Platform
  • Capital Times Editorial Concerning Complete Federal Change in Representatives and Senators
Box 146
  • The "Wisconsin Plan" --Republicans
  • Chamber of Commerce "Minute Men"
  • Senatorial Election Returns, 1950 [empty]
  • Official Returns for 1950 Elections
  • State Republican Convention, July 7, 1951
  • Election Calendar, 1952
  • Primary Election Results, 1952 [empty]
  • Campaign Expenditures in State Primary
  • Gubernatorial Election, 1952
  • Wisconsin Elections, 1952
  • General Election Costs, 1952 [empty]
  • Wisconsin Legislature Needs
  • Wisconsin Politics
  • Congressional Races, 1954
  • Gubernatorial Primary, 1954 [empty]
  • Gubernatorial Race, 1954
  • Local Election (Milwaukee), April 5, 1955
  • Wisconsin Mayorals, 1955
  • Gerrymandering, 1955
  • Catlin Bill Passed by GOP, May 1955
  • Wisconsin Senate Race, 1956
  • Ninth Congressional District, October 1953
  • Ninth Congressional District, Special Election
    Wyoming
  • Wyoming, 1946
  • Wyoming (Separate Folder)
  • Population Census of 1950
  • Brannan Farm Program [empty]
  • Wyoming Primary
  • Wyoming Republicans
  • Wyoming Democrats
  • Gubernatorial Election of 1950
  • Official Election Returns for 1950 [empty]
  • Record of Prosperity, 17 Years Democratic Administration [empty]
  • Wyoming, Elections, 1952
  • Wyoming, Elections, 1953
  • Gubernatorial Primary Race, 1954
  • State Politics in 1954
  • Senate Race After Death of Senator Hunt, 1954

Box 147
    American Medical Association
  • AMA Convention, St. Louis, December 1948
  • AMA Convention, Atlantic City, June 1949
  • AMA Convention, Washington, December 1949
  • AMA Convention, San Francisco, June 1950
  • Advertising Campaign Begun Against Health Insurance, October 1950
  • Advertising Campaign (New York Post Series Starting October 24, 1950)
  • Ads Inserted in Campaign Against National Health Insurance
  • Fight on Health Insurance in 1950 Election Campaign [missing]
  • AMA Convention in Washington, May 18, 1951
  • AMA Convention June 10, 1951
  • Clinical Convention, Los Angeles, December 4, 1951
  • "Government by Whittaker and Baxter," The Nation, Carey McWilliams, (National Health Insurance), April 1951
  • AMA Convention in Chicago, 1952
  • Fight Against Health Insurance, 1952
  • Support of Eisenhower Administration for Health Plan
  • AMA and Negro Doctors
  • AMA--Justice Department Inquiry
    Budget for 1949-1950
  • Budget for 1949-50
  • Budget Surplus--1948
  • Budget Cuts in 80th Congress Analyzed by Both Parties
  • President's Budget Message and Statement, 1950
  • Budget Reports at Beginning of New Fiscal Year, July 1, 1949
  • President Truman's Statement on Review of the Budget (1948) Showing a Surplus, August 1947
  • Budget Deficit Predicted by President Truman, August 16, 1948
  • Budget Estimates for the 80th Congress
Box 148
  • Business Conditions Under Republican Administration, 1953
    Campaign Issues, 1950
  • Agricultural Abundance
  • Civil Liberties
  • Thomas E. Dewey
  • Foreign Policy
  • Housing
  • Human Resources
  • Inflation
  • Labor
  • 80th Congress and Lobbies
Box 149
  • Loyalty and Subversives
  • Natural Resources
  • Veterans Benefits
  • Civil Rights, General Clippings
  • F.E.P.C.[Fair Employment Practice Commission]--80th Congress
  • Legislation in 80th Congress (Special Session)
  • Filibuster--80th Congress
  • Poll Tax, 80th Congress
  • Civil Rights Committee Named by President Truman, December 1946
  • Report of the Civil Rights Committee, October 29, 1947
  • Supreme Court Decisions
  • Lynchings--Greenville, South Carolina--Acquittal
  • GOP Scheme for Non-Compulsory F.E.P.C.
  • Civil Rights, 1953
  • Civil Rights, Under the Republicans, 1953-54
Box 150
  • Eisenhower Administration--Anti-Bias Committee Set Up to Strengthen Government Contract Work
  • Cloture Rule, 82nd Congress, 2nd Session
  • Statement of 16 GOP Leaders on F.E.P.C., August 3, 1952
  • F.E.C.P. Legislation in 82nd Congress
  • 82nd Congress (1st Session)--(General Clippings)
  • General Clippings, 1952-53
  • Civil Rights as Political Issue in 1952
  • States Still Retaining Poll Tax as of January 1952
  • Poll Tax--General Clippings
  • Civil Rights Division of Justice Department, Urged by Representative Dingell (D)
  • Debate on Senate Rule 22 (Filibuster), 83rd Congress
  • Civil Rights as a Political Issue in the Northwest
  • General News Clippings--Lynching, Etc.
    Civil Service
  • Civil Service Under Republican Administration, GOP Efforts to Sabotage Merit System
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
    Constitutional Government
  • Committee for Constitutional Government
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
    Communism
Box 151
  • Communist Convention in New York, August 1948
  • Communist American Peace Crusade
  • Communist Leaders in France, Italy, Britain Pledge Loyalty to Russia
  • Communist Front Organizations
  • Communist Groups Listed by the U.S. Attorney General
  • Communism as a Campaign Issue, 1948
  • Communism and the Democratic Administration
  • Communism Reopening of the House Un-American Activities Committee
  • Communist in the U.S. (Series of Articles in The New York Herald Tribune), March 1951, Relating to Red Sabotage in the U.S.
  • Party Elections on State Ballots, March 17, 1951
  • Statistics on Membership, Presidential Votes
  • Communist Party in the U.S.
  • Communists in Government Agencies
  • Communism in Action (Analysis of Communism in Operation in the U.S.S.R.), Library of Congress, 1946
  • Communism in Action, Prepared by 79th U.S. Congress
  • Communism and Loyalty--Prepared by the Democratic National Committee [Empty]
  • Reopening of the Communist Investigation by the House Un-American Activities Committee, December 1948
  • Communists in the World
  • Communists in Europe
  • Communists in the U.S. Army
  • Communists in the Colleges
  • Communists in the Labor Unions
  • Communists and Religion
  • International Advertising Council Vows to Wage Advertising Campaign Against Communism in the World, October 6, 1950
  • Platform Published in Newsweek, September 1950
  • Groups and Campaigns Against Communism
Box 152
  • Communist Party: General Folder
  • Bills in 81st Congress on Communism
  • Spy Bill in 81st Congress on Alien Spies
  • Spy Bill in 81st Congress Killed
  • Two House Bills to Outlaw Communism, 1947
  • Administration Anti-Spy Bill Proposed, August 1948
  • Text of Magnuson Bill (Communist Control Bill), 81st Congress--2nd Session
  • Text of Mundt-Ferguson Bill on Communism
  • Internal Security Act of 1950
  • Foreign Agents Registration Act Held Constitutional, 1951 Commission on Internal Security
  • Senate Debate on Veto of Subversive Bill
  • Subversive Control Bill
  • Internal Security Bill vs. Subversives, 81st Congress
  • President Truman's Veto Message--Internal Security Act of 1950
  • Roll Call Vote Overriding President Truman's Veto of Security Bill--House and Senate
  • Text of Internal Security Act of 1950
  • McCarren Bill Passed by Senate
  • Woods Bill Adopted by the House, August 1950
Box 153
  • Mundt-Nixon Bill--80th Congress
  • McCarren Bill--81st Congress
  • President Truman's Message to Congress, August 8, 1950
  • Justice Department Communist Spy Probe
  • Probe of AEC Fellowship
  • Spy Probe in Atomic Energy Commission
  • The Harry Gold Case
  • Libel Suit vs. Bentley by Remington
  • The Fuchs Case, February 1950
  • Trial of 11 Communists End in New York , 1950
  • Harry S. Truman's Commission on Internal Security
  • Supreme Court Upholds Constitutionality of Smith Act
  • Editorial Comment on Supreme Court Ruling--Smith Act
  • 21 Communist Leaders Indicted Under Smith Act, June 20, 1951
  • The Laurence Duggan Case, 1948
  • The Dreher Case, 1948
  • Case of the Ten Hollywood Writers
  • Case of Mrs. Kosenkina, 1948
  • New York Grand Jury Indictment of Alger Hiss, 1948
Box 154
  • Alexander Stevens Case (Alias J. Peters), 1948
  • Roundup of Top Communist Leaders in New York, July 1948
  • David Greenglass Trial, March 1951
  • Case of the 25 Hollywood Communists
  • Seizure of the 12 Top Communist Leaders on the West Coast, July 1951
  • House Un-American Activities Committee--Investigation of Communism in Hollywood
    Crime Probe
  • Frank Costello--"King of the Underworld"
  • General Folder on Noted Crime Figures
  • Senate Crime Investigating Committee (Narcotics Probe)
  • Federal Grand Juries Ordered by U.S. to Sit Yearly
  • "Crime Probe and the Voter," Article in Saturday Review of Literature, by Elmo Roper and Louis Harris, April 7, 1951
  • Text of President Truman's "Crime Statement," March 30, 1951
  • Crime Probe--Editorials
  • Crime Probe--Extension
  • Crime Probe--Final Report of Senate Crime Committee, May 1, 1951
  • Crime Probe--TV vs. Personal Rights
  • Interim Reports of the Kefauver Committee
  • News Clippings on Senate Crime Committee Final Report, August 31, 1951
  • Sidney Brodson as Witness before Senate Crime Committee (Income Tax)
  • Crime Probe in Baltimore, Maryland
  • Crime Probe in Chicago, Illinois
  • Crime Probe in Cincinnati, Ohio
  • Crime Probe in District of Columbia
  • Crime Probe in Gary, Indiana
  • Crime Probe in Kansas City, Missouri
  • Crime Probe in Las Vegas, Nevada
  • Crime Probe in Los Angeles, California
  • Crime Probe--Walter Rica (Al Capone Associate), Chicago
  • Crime Probe--Harry Russell, Cited for Contempt, Chicago
  • Crime Probe--William Drury in Death of a Chicago Policeman
  • Crime Probe--Daniel Gilbert, Cook County Sheriff
  • Crime Probe--Charles Banaggio, Kansas City, Missouri
Box 155
  • Crime Probe--Miami, Florida
  • Crime Probe--Elrod Sax ("Punchboard King" ), Miami , Florida
  • Crime Probe--New Orleans
  • Crime Probe--Frank J. Clancy, Louisiana Sheriff Who Aided Criminals
  • Crime Probe--New York City
  • Crime Probe--St. Louis, Missouri
  • Crime Probe--San Francisco, California
  • Crime Probe--Leonard J. O'Connor--Democratic Sergeant-at-Arms, Kentucky State Senate
  • Crime Probe--Joe Adonis, Witness, New York-New Jersey
    Democratic National Committee
  • Officers and Officials
  • Story of Headquarters Activities, Kansas City Star, January 29, 1950
  • Headquarters in New York for 1948 Election
  • Party Acquires New Building in August 1950
  • General Clippings, 1947-1950
  • Formation of 11 Man Executive Committee, November 30, 1951
  • Executive Committee Meeting, February 5, 1946
  • Committee Meeting in Washington, October 29, 1946
  • Gael Sullivan Appointed Executive Director, February 12, 1947
  • Committee Reorganization, 1947
  • McGrath Replaces Hannegan as Chairman, September 1947
Box 156
  • McGrath Meets with Southern Governors, February 23, 1948
  • Re-Election of Officers for 1949
  • Meeting Set for August 24, 1949 to Elect New Chairman
  • Statement of Principals Adopted at Chicago, May 15, 1950
  • Committee Meeting at Chicago, May 15, 1950
  • "Nobody Hates Him," Chicago Daily News, Edwin Lahey, May 13, 1950
  • Text of Speeches, Panels, Etc. at Chicago
  • General Clippings, 1951-52
  • Reorganization of Committee After 1952 Election Defeat
  • Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, Los Angeles, February 1953
  • Executive Committee Meeting in Washington, April 1, 1953
  • Fund Raising Dinners, Chicago Rally, 1953
  • Advisory Council, 1953
  • New Status of Women in the Integration of Women's Division
  • Philadelphia Fund Raising, December 12, 1953
  • Party Plans for Mid-Term Convention in 1954
  • Proceedings of September Meeting in Chicago, 1953
Box 157
  • Rally in Chicago for Return of Adlai Stevenson from World Tour, September 1953
  • Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, 1954
  • Committee Meeting in Kansas City, Missouri, August 6, 1954
  • Mid-West Farm Conference Scheduled for Sioux Falls, South Dakota, 1954
  • Midwestern Democratic Committee Conference, Meeting, Des Moines, Iowa, June 12, 1954
  • Fund Raising Dinners, Miami, Florida, March 6, 1954
  • Campaign Techniques, 1954
  • Democrats in Washington After Election Defeat
  • Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, Mayflower Hotel, May 7, 1954
  • Loyalty Oath Question at New Orleans Meeting, December 1954; Subsequent Action at Chicago, November 1955
  • Changes of Staff on Election of Paul Butler as Chairman, December 1954
  • Meeting in New Orleans for Selection of New Chairman
  • Party After 1954 Congressional Elections
  • Headquarters Activity (1954)
  • Democratic Fact Book for 1954 Campaign
  • Democratic Absentee Voters Bureau
  • Democratic Party as an Opposition Party
  • Democratic Strategy for 1954 Elections
  • Committee's Speakers Bureau, 1954
  • Meeting and Dinner at Claypool Hotel, Indianapolis, Indiana, September 18, 1954
  • Tax Probe of 1948 Campaign Fund
  • Party Meeting and Dinner, Chicago, November 19, 1955
  • Committee Meeting (September 1955) to Plan for 1956 Elections
  • Advisory Committee on Political Organization Meeting in Chicago, October 1955
  • Committee Fund Raising Dinners
  • Meeting of State Chairmen in Chisago, November 1955
  • Disposition of Party Loyalty Oath (Chicago Meeting), November 1955
  • Party Farm Policy Meeting, International Falls, Minnesota, September 11, 1955
  • Decision to Hold National Convention in Chicago, 1956
  • Fund Raising Dinner and Closed TV, October 21, 1956
  • Democratic Governors, General Matters, 1956
  • Democratic National Convention (List of Members Named to Special Advisory Committee, 1956)
  • Committee Finances, 1947
  • Committee Finances, 1948
  • Committee Finances, 1949-50
Box 158
  • Committee Contributions, 1950
  • Committee Finances, 1951
  • Committee Financing, 1952 Election Campaign
  • Newspaper Ads to Secure Contributions After 1952 Defeat
  • Committee Finances, 1952-53
  • Committee Financial Report
  • Committee Campaign Finances, 1954
  • Committee Finances, 1954
  • Party Finances Probed by Justice Department
  • Committee Financial Statement for 1955
  • Committee Financial Reports, 1956
  • Committee Rules
  • Nationalities Division
  • Drew Pearson Column Criticizing the Committee, July 21, 1951
  • Party Policies, Leland Olds Case
  • Segregation Banned in Headquarters Staff
  • Labor Division, 1948 Campaign
  • Efforts of Chairman Boyle to Retain Controls, July 1951
  • Publicity--1952 Presidential Campaign
  • Publicity--Campaign Literature, 1952
  • Publicity--Campaign Literature, 1950
  • Publicity--Publications, General
  • Propaganda on Foreign Policy
  • Radio Show, January 4, 1950
  • Radio Program, December 30, 1951
  • TV-Radio Campaign Costs (1952), Time, September 29, 1952
  • Radio--General News Clippings
  • Radio Division Budget
  • Radio Rally, September 2, 1947
  • Radio Show, January 2, 1948
  • TV Show Celebrating 100th Birthday
  • Radio Show in 1948 Campaign
  • Television Show, January 1959
  • Committee Meeting, Chicago, 1953
  • Research Division, 1952
    Democratic National Convention, 1948
  • Early Speculations
  • Philadelphia Convention, 1948
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
Box 159
  • Fight Over Civil Rights Plank
  • Meeting in Philadelphia to Select Convention Keynoter
  • Furor Over Errors at Headquarters--Dixiecrats Call for a Caucus
  • Editorial Comment on Convention
  • Publicity Releases on Convention
  • Truman Nominated for the Presidency
  • President Truman and the Convention
  • Keynote Speech by Senator Barkley
  • Philadelphia Inquirer, "What is the Difference Between Republican and Democrats?"
  • Roll of Delegates to the Convention
  • Text of Party Platform
  • Comparison of Republican and Democratic Platforms
  • Hearings and Discussions of Platforms
  • Comment on Democratic Platform
  • Senator Barkley Nominated for the Vice Presidency
  • Miscellaneous Speeches During Democratic Convention
  • Senator McGrath at the Convention
  • Eisenhower-Douglas Booms at the Convention
  • Role of Democratic Women
  • Re-election of National Committee
  • Spy Probe (1948)
Box 160
  • Anti-Truman Caucus
  • Southern Revolt Against the Administration
  • Political Leaders and Anti-Truman Bolt
  • Rayburn Named Permanent Chairman
  • President Truman's Call for Special Session of Congress
  • Democratic Platforms and Performance Since 1932
  • Truman Acceptance Speech
  • Speculation on Vice Presidential Prospects
  • Convention Reports, Time- Newsweek, July 1948
  • Convention Proceedings
  • Convention Speeches
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2, duplicates]
  • National Convention, General News Clips, 1952
  • National Convention, News Stories and Coverage, August 1956
    Democratic Party--Dixie Revolt, 1948-1952
  • The Southern Revolt, 1948
  • The Dixiecrats, 1948-1949
Box 161
  • States Rights Office Set Up in District of Columbia
  • Truman's Named Barred from Ballot in Louisiana
  • Mississippi Conference of Southern Democrats Vote to Bolt Party
  • Rump Convention of Southern States, Birmingham, Alabama vSouthern Committee Members Ousted from Party (South Carolina, Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi)
  • Convention of State Rights Democrats, Jackson, Mississippi, May 1949
  • Convention of State Rights Democrats, Jackson, Mississippi, May 1950
  • "Dixiecrats Plot" , New York Post, Articles, February 1950
  • Alabama Democrats Remain Loyal to Administration, 1952
  • Dixiecrats, General News Clippings, 1950-51
  • New Anti-Truman Movement in the South, 1951-52
  • Depression Speculations After Republican Election Victory (1952)
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • "What Do the Democrats Do Now?" , by John Fischer, Harpers, March 1953
    Congressional and Presidential Elections, 1942-1946
Box 162
  • Congressional Elections, 1942
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Presidential--Congressional Election Statistics, 1944
  • Congressional Elections, 1946
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Congressional Elections - Statistics
  • House Probe of Campaign Expenditures, 1946
  • New York Daily News "Battle Page" Revived, Congressional Campaign, 1946
  • House and Senate Committee Reports on 1946 Congressional Campaign Expenditures
  • Statistics on Close Districts, 1946Congressional Elections
  • Registration Statistics, 1946 Congressional Elections
  • Key Districts in 1946--Congressional Elections [missing]
  • Miscellaneous News Clippings on Election Trends, 1946
Box 163
  • Primary Election Round-up by Press Research (Indiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Utah, Washington)
  • Use of FDR Voice in Radio Broadcast, 1946 Elections
  • Statistics on Big City Vote, 1946 Elections
  • Primary Elections (Ohio, Alabama, Florida, Indiana, Pennsylvania, Oregon, North Carolina, New Jersey)
  • Labor Vote and 1946 Congressional Elections
  • Railway Labor Endorsements in 1946 Elections
  • Potential Voters in U.S.--Congressional Elections, 1946
  • Republican Campaign Slogan (1946)--"Had Enough?"
  • Editorial and Columnists Comment on Result of 1946 Elections
  • Women's Vote in 1946 Congressional Elections
  • Effect of 1946 Elections on Foreign Governments
    European Recovery Program
  • Economic Cooperation Administration--2nd Report to Congress, February 1949
  • Economic Cooperation Administration--10th Report to Congress, September 1950
  • Economic Cooperation Administration--11th Report to Congress, December 1950
  • European Relief Program, Secretary of State Acheson's Statement on Foreign Aid,
  • Senate-House Foreign Affairs Committee, February 1949
  • Economic Cooperation Administration--Senate Votes European Aid, August 8, 1949
  • Economic Cooperation Administration--European Payment Union (Proposed)
  • Economic Cooperation Administration--- March 1950
  • European Recovery Program, European Council Plans to End Marshall Plan in 1952
  • European Aid Plan, New Division on Trade Promotion
  • European Aid in the 81st Congress, 2nd Session
  • Economic Cooperation Administration--Press Releases
      [1 of 2]
Box 164
      [2 of 2]
  • Economic Cooperation Administration--Appropriation Bill Offered in 81st Congress
  • Economic Cooperation Administration--Program for 1949
  • Economic Cooperation Administration--Operation for 1950-51
  • European Appropriations Grants to Foreign Countries, 1949-51
  • ECA and European Economy in Operation, 1949
  • ECA Anniversary--Report of Progress, April 1950
  • Effect of Marshall Plan on Europe
  • ECA Progress Report
  • Economic Cooperation Administration and Germany
Box 165
  • ECA--Bruce Attack on 3 Marshall Plan Countries
  • ECA--Ship Order
  • ECA Fund Voted by Senate Foreign Relations Committee, March 21, 1950
  • Senate Passage of the ECA Bill, April 8, 1949
  • ECA Appropriations in 81st Congress, 2nd Session
  • Republican Opposition to Point Four--European Aid Program
  • Senate Passage of ECA Bill with 8½% Cut, May 5, 1950
  • House Vote on ECA Funds (81st Congress)
  • Senate Votes Foreign Aid ($3,200,000,000), May 25, 1950
  • European Aid Bill Signed by President Truman, June 5, 1950
  • ECA Funds to Non-Communist Areas, February 1950
  • Economic Cooperation Act of 1950 Enacted by 81st Congress
  • Republican and Democratic "Watchdog" Committee on ECA
  • Senate Votes 2.4 Billion in European Aid, July 31, 1950
  • Senate Votes Spain Loan of $100,000,000, August 1, 1950
  • Marshall Plan for Rehabilitation of Europe
  • Marshall's Pleas to Congress for Full European Recovery Program
  • Secretary of Army, Kenneth Royall's Testimony on Behalf of European Recovery Program
  • ECA--Misuse of Marshall Plan Supplies
  • Proponents of European Recovery Program
  • 16 Country (ERP) Conference in Paris, 1948
  • 5 Nation (ERP) Treaty in Brussels, 1948
  • Move for Western Security Pact After Czech Coup, 1948
  • Paul Hoffman Named Head of European Recovery Administration
  • Senate and House Vote on ERP Funds, 1948
  • House Debate and Passage of ERP Aid Bill, 1948
Box 166
  • Senate Slash of the ERP Bill, June 1948
  • House Slash of the ERP Bill, June 1948
  • Republican Bloc of 20 Senators Formed to Oppose Marshall Plan
  • European Recovery Program Appropriation Fund, 1948
  • Loyalty Probe of ECA Employees
  • American Enterprises Association "Emergency Foreign Reconstruction Act" , 1948
  • American Enterprises Association "Emergency Foreign Reconstruction Act" , January 27, 1948
  • American Enterprises Association "Emergency Foreign Reconstruction Act" , February 26, 1948
  • Foreign Assistance Act of 1948
  • First Report to Congress of the ECA, June 1948
  • Drafting of the ERP Charter
  • Economic Commission for Europe
  • General Data, ERP
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
Box 167
  • Senate Debate on ERP
  • Senate Passes ERP, March 13, 1948
  • President Truman Signs Foreign Aid Bill, June 28, 1948
  • State Department Releases on the Marshall Plan
  • House Action on Aid to Europe, December 1947
  • European Interim Aid Bill Passed by Congress, December 15, 1947
  • European Interim Aid Bill Passed by House, December 11, 1947
  • Baruch's Program on Marshall Plan as Given to Senate Foreign Relations Committee, January 19, 1948
  • Brookings Institution Report, ERP
  • Special New Republic Issue on ERP
    Fascism
  • Fascist Probe by 80th Congress
  • Fascist Organizations
    Federal
  • Federal Deposit Insurance, Corporation
  • Federal Workers Loyalty Check Ordered by Truman
      [1 of 2]
Box 168
      [2 of 2]
    Five-Percenters
  • Five-Percenters, General Clippings
  • Legislation, 82nd Congress
  • Editorial Comment, August 1949
  • Senator Hoey (North Carolina) as Chairman of Investigation Committee
  • Proceedings with Major General Herman Feldman, August 1949
  • Proceedings with James V. Hunt, August 1949
  • Proceedings with Major General Alden H. Waitt, August 1949
  • Proceedings with John F. Maragon, August 1949
  • Proceedings with Major General Harry H. Vaughn, August 1949
  • Proceedings with Gordon Fisher--Found Guilty of Income Tax Evasion May 1, 1959
  • New York Herald Tribune Expose of Washington "Five Percenters," June 1949
    Health
  • President Truman's Health Insurance Message, May 1947
  • Health Commission Set up by President Truman (Study), December 30, 1952
  • Presidents Truman's Health Bill--S.1606
  • Ewing Report--10 Years Health Program
  • Report of President Truman's Health Commission, December 18, 1952
  • Health-Education-Welfare Cabinet Post Created, 1953
  • Progress Under Democratic Administration Over 20 Years
  • Debate on National Health Insurance--Proposed Measures (Congress)
  • Hechler Poll on Federal Health Insurance, 1950
  • Prepared Material on Health (Democratic National Committee)
Box 169
  • Public Health Service
  • Health Insurance Legislation in 81st Congress
  • The New Jersey Plan
  • Health Plan--Baltimore, MD
  • Health Bills in 81st Congress
  • Health Insurance Plans
  • President Truman's Message to Congress on Health Insurance, April 22, 1949
  • Health Insurance Legislation, 2nd Session, 81st Congress
  • Hunt Bill for Department of Health (Senate)
  • Medical Training Act of 1950 (Biemiller Bill) [empty]
  • Truman Speech at Bethesda Medical Center (Challenges Foes of Health Program), June 21, 1951
  • Pressure Groups Against Health Insurance (81st Congress)
  • Substitute Legislative Measures (Taft-Smith-Donnell Bill) in Senate, 81st Congress
  • Attitude of Catholic Organizations on Administration Health Plan
  • American Druggist Article on Health Insurance, Opinion Polls, March 1949
  • Fortune Article on Health Insurance by Russell Davenport, March 1950
  • Committee for the Nation's Health, 81st and 82nd Congresses
  • President Truman and Welfare Department--Again Asks for Cabinet Rank, May 3, 1950
  • Reaction to Administration Health Bill, 81st Congress
  • Health Situation in the U.S. (1933-50)
Box 170
  • Health Legislation, General Comments
  • Health Assembly
  • Health Insurance Data (British Medical Plan)
  • Survey of European Countries and How "Socialized Medicine" is Working
  • Reaction to Proposed Health Insurance Legislation, 1952
  • Health Insurance Under GOP Administration, 1953
  • Physically Handicapped, Criticism of GOP Administration
  • Appropriations by 83rd Congress to Health-Education-Welfare Department
  • Eisenhower Message Submitted to Congress (Health), February 1, 1955
  • Administrations Health Program (Booklet by Democratic National Committee)
  • Appropriations by Congress for Health Research Funds
  • Federal Aid to Hospitals
  • Boston University Medical School Dean--Health Insurance
  • Eisenhower's Message to Congress on Health Insurance, January 18, 1954
  • Republican Health Plan Defeated in the House, July 1954
    Labor
  • National Labor Relations Board, Report of 1st Year of Taft-Hartley Act
  • Labor Relations Law, New Bill in the Senate, June 1945
  • Reorganized National Labor Relations Board Under New Taft-Hartley Labor Bill, 1947
  • Reform of N.L.R.B. to Eliminate Counsel's Job, 1950
  • Condon-Wadlin Act (NY Bill) Outlawing Strikes by Public Employees
Box 171
  • Featherbedding Practices in Labor
  • Labor Policy After the War (Editorial Research Reports)
  • Labor and Defense Set-Up, 1951
  • Negroes to 1947
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • U.S. Control of Oil and Mineral Deposits (Tidewater Oil Fight)
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Old Age Problems
    Polls (Gallup)
Box 172
  • Pre-Election Polls (Gallup): 1944 Presidential Election
  • Congressional Probe of Gallup Poll in 1944 Presidential Election
  • Gallup Polls from January 1946
  • American Institute of Public Opinion (Gallup Polls), 1947
  • Gallup Polls on Politics, 1948
  • Post-Election Gallup Polls, 1948
  • Gallup Political Polls (Truman-Dewey), January-September 1948
  • Political Polls (Gallup), June 1948
Box 173
  • American Institute of Public Opinion, Political Sentiment, 1947-1952
  • Gallup Polls, 1949
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
    Price Control
  • Price Decontrol Board Appointed by President Truman, July 1946
  • Senate Vote on Passage of OPA, July 24, 1956
  • President Truman Signs Price Control Bill (H.J. Res. 371), July 25 , 1946
  • House Vote on Amendments to OPA, April 17, 1946
  • Press Research Reports on Price Control Extension [Empty]
  • President Truman's Decontrol of all Prices and Wages, November 10, 1946 [Empty]
  • OPA Staff
  • Analysis of Key Votes on OPA (79th Congress)
  • Passage of OPA Bill by the House, July 23, 1946
  • New OPA Bill in the Senate, July 1946
  • House Votes Stop-Gap Extension of OPA Until July 20, 1946
  • Senate Vote on OPA, June 13, 1946
Box 174
  • Senate-House Conferees Report on OPA Bill, June 22, 1946
  • Price Increases Allowed After Revival of OPA, July 1946
  • Relation of Profits, Prices and Wages
  • "Temporary Price Recontrol Act of 1947" (American Enterprise Association), January 26, 1948
  • Price Moratorium Act of 1947, (American Enterprise Association) January 14, 1948
  • High Prices (Congressional Quarterly Pamphlet)
  • Meat Price Rise of 1947
  • House Action on Senate Approved OPA Bill, July 16, 1946
  • Family Budget Statistics (Bureau of Labor)
  • Move to Extend Price Control (Truman's Statement on Extension)
  • President Truman's Decontrol Order on Meat and Subsequent Price Increase
  • Bowle's Order Allowing Price Increases on Dairy Products, May 29, 1946
  • OPA Compromise Measure Passed by the House, June 25, 1946
  • Death of OPA, March 1947
  • Truman Veto of Compromise OPA Bill, June 29, 1946
  • Senate Passage of OPA Bill, July 24, 1946
  • Sentiment for Continuation of OPA
    Reconstruction Finance Corporation
  • Dispute With Wyatt Over Housing Loans, December 1946
  • RFC, 1950
  • RFC, 1951
  • Reorganization Under Stuart Symington
  • Harry McDonald Appointed to Succeed Symington as Director
Box 175
  • Senate Probe of RFC, 1947 (General Clips)
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Fulbright Probe of RFC (General Clips)
  • Investigation of B and O Loan
  • Editorials on RFC Probe
  • General Folder on Probe
  • RFC Board of Directors
  • Ross Bohannon, Dallas Lawyer
  • Congressman Frank W. Boykin (D), Alabama
  • William M. Boyle, Jr.
  • Former Congressman Joseph E. Casey
  • Congressman Thomas B. Curtis (R) Missouri Asks for Justice Department Action
  • Donald S. Dawson
  • James Finnegan, Collector of Internal Revenue (St. Louis)
  • Roy Fruehauf, President of Fruehauf Trailer Corporation
  • Buy Gabrielson, GOP National Committee Chairman, Named in Probe
  • Edgar F. Kaiser, President of Kaiser-Frazer
  • Probe of Loan to Kaiser-Frazer Corporation
  • Nelson G. Kraschel (D) Former Governor of Iowa
  • Elder Michaux, Radio Preacher
  • Edwin W. Pauley
  • Joseph H. Rosenbaum, Washington, DC, Attorney
  • George D. Sax and Florida Hotel
  • Max Siskind, Former Associate of William Boyle--Chairman of the Democratic National Committee
  • John B. Skiles, Former RFC Official
  • Carl Strandlund, President of Lustron
Box 176
  • E. Merl Young
  • Text of Report of Senate RFC Subcommittee
  • Report on RFC Investigations by GOP in the Senate
  • Minority Report of the Probe Committee, August 20, 1951
  • RFC Annual Report, December 1951
  • Movement to Abolish the RFC
  • Senate Votes Against Abolition
  • President Truman's Reorganization Plan #1 for RFC, 1951
  • Cartoons on RFC Probe
  • Columnist's Comment on RFC Probe
    Rent Control
  • Rent Control
  • Rent Control, Miscellaneous
Box 177
  • Legislation on Rent Control Bill [missing]
  • Legislation in 80th Congress
  • Rent Control Extension Act, 80th Congress
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • Taft-McCarthy Rent Control Bill, 80th Congress [empty]
  • Rent Control and Housing
  • Rent Increase Order Mix Up--January 31-February 1, 1947
  • How Rent Control Operates
  • Rent Control Ruled Illegal (Cleveland Federal Court), November 21, 1947
  • Louisville Rent Case
  • House Vote for "Local Option" Bill, March 16, 1949
  • Rent Control in 81st Congress
  • Senate Vote on Rent Bill, March 22, 1949
Box 178
  • Senate--House Conferees Report on Rent Bill
  • Comparison of Old and New Rent Control Bills, March 1949 [Empty]
  • New Rent Control Bill Passed, Operation of New Law
  • Regulations Released by Tighe Woods, May 9149
  • Actual Operation, 1949-50
  • Cuts in Funds Would Force Decontrols in Many Areas, August 1949
  • Administration Efforts to Keep Rent Control, March 1950
  • New Fight Waged Against Controls (Real Estate Lobby), November 1949
  • Decontrols Voted by Virginia Legislature, February 1950
  • Federal Judge in Chicago Rules Against Act of 1949, July 25
  • Landlord Revolt (Oklahoma) Wholesale Evictions Ordered, January 1949
  • State Controls on Rent (New York, New Jersey, Etc.)
  • Rent Control Hearing (St. Louis), Lobby by Real Estate Men
  • House Passes Rent Control, December 7, 1950
  • House Passes Rent Control, June 21, 1950
  • Final Passage of Rent Control Act (1949), March 29
  • Control Legislation, 82nd Congress
  • Effort to Lift Rent Controls, October 1946
  • President Truman's Message on Rent Control Bill, June 30, 1947
    Republican National Convention
  • National Convention, 1944
  • GOP National Committee Elected at Convention (Philadelphia, 1948)
  • Editorial Comment on 1948 Convention
  • Dewey's Nomination at the Convention, 1948
  • Warren's Nomination at the Convention, 1948
  • Hoover's Speech at the Convention, 1948
  • World Press Comment on the Convention, 1948
  • Democratic National Committee Comments on Republican National Convention, 1948
  • Governor Green's Keynote Speech at the Republican National Convention, 1948
  • Governor Duff's Speech at Opening of the Republican National Convention, 1948
  • Polls of the Speech at Opening of the Republican National Convention, 1948
  • Speech by Congressman Carrol Reece at the Republican National Convention, 1948
  • Republican Hollywood Committee for 1948 Election Campaign
  • Republican Party Policy at Special at Special Congressional Session, 1948
  • Republican Leaders Statement on Special Congressional Session, 1948
  • Republican Party Platform (1948), Copies
  • Editorial and Other Comment on Party Platform, 1948
  • GOP Convention to be held in Philadelphia, June 20, 1948
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
Box 179
  • Comment on Platform Before Adoption, 1948
  • General Speeches Made at the Convention
  • Taft's Statement That GOP Platform Should Be Specific
  • "Scare Words" (Campaign Materials for 1950)
    Salk Vaccine 1950
  • Editorial Comment On Salk Polio--Vaccine "Snafu"
  • News Stories--Chronological
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
Box 180
  • Material Used in "Fact Sheet" , Congressional Record
  • Miscellaneous Reports and Research
    Taxes and Tax Legislation
  • Small Business--General
  • Text of Special Tax Committee Report (Roswell Magill)
  • House Vote on 20-30 Tax Cut Bill, March 27, 1947
  • Senate Passage of Tax Bill, May 28, 1947
  • Veto of Tax Reduction Bill, April, 1948
  • Administration Excess Profit Tax, 1948
  • Excise Taxes, 81st Congress
  • Tax Legislation, 81st Congress
  • Tax Legislation, 81st Congress, 2nd Session
  • President Truman Requests Tax Rise (81st Congress) for Defense
  • Excess Profit Tax Proposed (81st Congress) in Korean Crisis
Box 181
  • Tax Bill Shelved in Senate Because of Korean Situation, July 12, 1950
  • Passage of 4.7 Billion Tax-rise Bill (81st Congress), September 22, 1950
  • Revenue Act of 1950
  • Excess Profits Tax Proposed by Administration in the "Lame Duck Session" of the 81st Congress
  • House Passage of Tax Bill, December 5, 1950
  • House Defeats GOP Tax Bill, December 5, 1950
  • Excess Profits Tax Proposed by N.A.M. in the "Lame Duck" Session of the 81st Congress
  • Editorial Comment on Excess Profits Tax Proposal
  • GOP Opposition to the Administration Excess Profits Tax Proposal(81st Congress)
  • Probable Tax Increases in 1951
  • Senator Scott Lucas' Summary of Legislative Record, 81st Congress, 2nd Session
  • Twenty Key Votes, 81st Congress, 2nd Session
  • Excise Taxes, 1953
  • Excess Profits Taxes, 1953
  • Administration Sales Tax, 1951 (82nd Congress)
  • Tax Bill Passed in the House, June 22, 1951 (82nd Congress)
  • House Members Vote Themselves Tax Cuts (82nd Congress)
  • Corporation Tax in 1951 (82nd Congress)
  • Administration "Pay as You Go" Tax Program (82nd Congress)
  • Comparison of U.S. and European Taxes (82nd Congress)
  • General News Clips, 1st Session (82nd Congress)
  • Co-op Tax Legislation Passed by the Senate, September 24, 1951 (82nd Congress)
  • Taxing of the President and Members of Congress (82nd Congress)
  • Senate Tax Bill of September 28, 1951 (82nd Congress)
  • Tax Bill Roll Call Vote, October 19, 1951 (82nd Congress)
  • Tax Exempt Provision for Public Officials (82nd Congress)
  • Tax Legislation in 1952 (82nd Congress)
  • Reorganization of Internal Revenue Plan #1 Passed by the Senate, March 13, 1952
    Polls - General
Box 182
  • Election, 1950 -Gallup Polls and Other Polls American Institute of Public Opinion –Pre-presidential 1952 Election Polls
  • Elections, 1952 -Public Opinion Polls
  • Political Polls -American Institute of Public Opinion - 1952
  • Political Polls -Gallup Poll Newspaper Clippings
  • Congressional Elections -Polls on Fall Elections -1954
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Election -Polls - 1956
  • Democratic Fact Sheets -1957 -Election Statistics (1944-1956)
  • Elections -1958 -Samuel Lubell Series
  • Elections -1958 - Polls
    Japan
Box 183
  • Hirohito -Emperor of Japan
  • MacArthur's Statement on Japan Being Placed Under the United Nations -March 1947
  • Japan -U.S. Postwar Policy Toward
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Japanese Elections -January 10, 1949
  • Japan -U.S. Ends Reparations From -May 1949
  • Japanese Peace Treaty -General Folder
  • Japanese Treaty -Effect on U.S. Presidential Race - 1952
  • Japanese Peace Treaty -Drafted by John Foster Dulles - 1951
  • Japanese Treaty -Conference at San Francisco -September 4, 1951
  • Japanese Peace Treaty Ratified by the U.S. Senate -March 20, 1952
  • Japanese Peace Conference, San Francisco in September of 1951 -San Francisco Chronicle Editions Covering the Conference
  • Japanese Peace Conference -Texts of Speeches by the Delegates
  • Japanese Peace Treaty -Republican Party Reaction to the Treaty
  • Japanese Peace Treaty conference -Text of Premier Yashida's
  • Address to the Conference
  • Japanese Peace Treaty -Text of the Treaty, September 1951
  • Japan -U.S. Relations -Sign Mutual Security Pact, September 8, 1951 - U.S. Right to Maintain Land, Sea, and Air Forces in Japan
  • Japan - 1953
  • Japan - 1955
  • Japan -Japanese Propose Free Asia Aid Plan - 1955
  • Japanese -Soviet Relations - 1955
  • Japan -Rearmament - 1955
  • Japanese -United States Relations - 1955
    Korea -General File
Box 184
  • Korean Crisis -June 1950
  • Korean Crisis -Casualty List
  • Korean Crisis -Day by Day Progress
  • Korean Crisis -Day by Day Progress from July 16, 1950
  • Korean Crisis -Day by Day Progress from September 30, 1950
  • Korean Crisis -Chinese Intervention
  • Korean Crisis -General MacArthur's Part in the Crisis
  • Korean Crisis -Mobilization of U.S. Armed Forces
  • Korea -Syngman Rhee Regime - 1950
  • Korea -Dr. You Chan Yang -New South Korean Ambassador to the U.S. - 1951
  • Korea -General Folder
Box 185
  • Korean War -General - 1953
  • Korea -General -1956-1957
    Korea -Background and History of Korea and the War
  • Korea -Background Data - History
  • Korean Crisis -Recent History of Our Commitment to Korea (Arthur Krock), July 5, 1950
  • Korea War Chronology (1950-1953)
  • Korea -Anniversary of War in Korea -Chronology and Summary
  • Korea -Answer to Questions on Korea -General Ridgway's statement on Meaning of the War
  • Korea -Beverly Smith's Article (Saturday Evening Post) "Why We Went to War in Korea" -November 10, 1951
  • Korea -U.S. Policy in Korea -U.S. State Department
  • Korea -Democratic National Committee Publicity on Korea
  • Korea -Report to the President by Lieutenant General Albert C. Wedemeyer - 1951
  • Korea -Magazine Article, "How the Korea Decision Was Made," Albert L. Warner (Harpers), June 1951
  • Korea -Cease Fire Talks of November-December 1951
  • Korean Truce Talks -Issue of Prisoners of War -December 1951
  • Korea -Britain's China Trade
  • Korea Truce Talks - 1952
  • Korea -War Crimes
  • Korea -Veterans G.I. Bill Passed by the 82nd Congress, June 5, 1952
  • Korean War -Koje Prison Camp Incident - 1952
  • Korea -Veterans' Letters - Medals
  • Korean War -Bigart's Report on the War -New York Herald-Tribune
  • Korean War -Congressional Criticism of "Operation Smack" in the War -January 1953
  • Korean War Probe Suggested by Senator Robert A. Taft -March 1953
  • Korean War Chronology -June 1953
  • Korea -Postwar Period
  • Korea -Vice-President Richard Nixon's Statement Vindicating President Truman -September 1, 1953
  • Korea -North Korean Pilot Lands Plane Behind UN Lines for $100,000 Reward -September 1953
  • Korean Treaty Ratified by U.S. Senate -January 26, 1954
  • Korea -Withdrawal of U.S. Troops Draws Democratic Party Challenge
  • Korea -Pentagon says U.S. didn't Win Korean War -March 3, 1955
  • Korea -Truce Violations by the Communists - 1955
  • Korea -"Background of the Truce" by Walter Lippman -August 24, 1956
    Korean Crisis -Reaction to
Box 186
  • Korean Crisis -Reaction to in the United States -June 1950
  • Korean Crisis -Acheson's Comments and Summaries
  • Korean Crisis -U.S. Congress Reaction to
  • Korean Crisis -Public Opinion Polls Regarding
  • Korean Crisis -Chicago Tribune Editorial Reaction to
  • Korean Crisis -Newspaper Editorials Regarding
  • President Truman's Address to Congress and the Nation (July 19, 1950) Regarding the Korean Crisis
  • Korean Crisis -State Department's White Paper on the Korean Crisis -July 21, 1950
  • Korea -Plans for Council of Citizen Advisors to the President
  • Korean Crisis -Foreign Reaction to
  • Korean Crisis -Prime Minister Nehru's (India) Appeal to Russia and the United States to End Hostilities with Replies -July 17, 1950
  • Korean Crisis -Russian Reaction and the Daily Worker Regarding Korea
  • Korean Crisis -Circulation of Phony Peace Petitions in the United States Regarding
  • Korea -Communist Propaganda Regarding Crisis in
  • Korean Crisis -Proposed Use of A-Bomb in
    Korean Aid -Arms and Men
  • Korea -United States and South Korea Sign ECA Aid Pact for $300,000,000 -December 10, 1948
  • Korea -Equipment Left by the U.S. upon Withdrawal from South Korea -June 1949
  • Korea -President Truman's Requests for Korean Aid Before Outbreak of Korean War -Administration Efforts to Vote Additional Aid
  • Korea -Formosa Aid -U.S. House Vote (February 9, 1950) Passing Aid Bill by 240-134
  • Korean Crisis -Arms Aid Program in Congress
  • Korean Aid -Vote in the U.S. House of Representatives Regarding -January 20, 1950
  • Korean War Veterans -Legislation in the 82nd Congress Regarding
  • Korean War -Ammunition Probe - 1953
  • Korean War -Eisenhower Letter to President Rhee (South Korea) Offering a Mutual Defense
  • U.S. Aid to South Korea (Charges of Waste) 1957-1959
    Korea and Controls
Box 187
  • Korean Crisis -Government Controls
  • Korea -President Truman's Request for Controls as Sent to the Chairman of the U.S. Senate Banking Committee and Heads of Departments
  • Korea -President Truman's Letters on Housing Credits -July 18, 1950
  • Korea -Baruch Plan for Government Controls -July 26, 1950
  • Korea -Republican Party Reaction to President Truman's Request for Government Controls
  • Korean Crisis -Government Controls -Legislative Action -Control Bill Passed in the U.S. House of Representatives -August 10, 1950
  • Korea -Government Controls -Legislation in the U.S. Senate
  • Defense Production Act (1950) -Passed in the U.S. Senate -August 21, 1950
  • Korea -Defense Production Act (1950) -Printed Text of
  • Korea -National Emergency -December 1950
    Congressional Hearings on Korea - 1951
  • Testimony Before U.S. Senate Armed Services and Foreign Relations Committee on Far Eastern Policy (MacArthur) -May 3-5, 1951
  • Testimony of Secretary of Defense, George C. Marshall -U.S. Senate Hearings Regarding American Far Eastern Policy -May 7-10, 1951
  • Testimony of May 11, 12, 1951 Before U.S. Senate Committee on Far Eastern Policy
  • Secretary of Defense, George C. Marshall's Testimony Before Joint U.S. Senate Committees at Hearing of May 14, 1951[empty]
  • Foreign Policy Hearing Before U.S. Senate Foreign Relations and Armed Services Committees -May 16, 1951
  • General Omar Bradley Testimony at U.S. Senate Armed Services and Foreign Relations Committee Hearing of May 15, 1951
  • Joint U.S. Senate Foreign Policy Hearings -May 17, 1951
  • Testimony Before U.S. Senate Foreign Relations and Armed Services Committees -May 21-24, 1951
  • General Lawton Collins' Testimony Before Foreign Policy Hearings (U.S. Senate) of May 26, 1951
  • Senator Arthur Vandeberg's Testimony Before U.S. Senate Foreign Policy Hearings of May 28-29, 1951
  • Testimony of Admiral Forrest Sherman Before Joint U.S. Senate Committees on Foreign Policy -May 30, 31, 1951
  • Testimony Before Joint Committees (U.S. Senate) at MacArthur Hearings of June 1, 1951
  • Acheson (Secretary of State) Testimony Before Joint Committees (U.S. Senate) Foreign Policy Hearings of June 2, 4, 1951
  • Testimony Before Joint U.S. Senate Committees Foreign Policy Hearings of June 6-8, 1951 -Statements of Secretary of State Dean Acheson
  • Testimony Before Congressional Joint Committees (U.S. Senate) -Statements of General Albert C. Wedemeyer -June 12, 1951
  • Louis Johnson Testimony Before U.S. Senate Committees Hearings of June 14, 1951
  • Testimony of Admiral Badger Before U.S. Senate Committees (MacArthur Hearings) -June 19, 1951
    Korea Peace Moves
Box 188
  • Soviet Peace Moves to End Korean War - 1953
  • Korean Peace Offensive -Spring of 1953
  • Korean Peace Moves (1953) -Effect on the Economy of the United States
  • Korean Truce -Early News Clippings -June-July, 1953
  • Korean War -President Rhee (S. Korea) Releases Enemy Prisoners Of War in Effort to Disrupt Korean Peace Truce -June 1953
  • Korean Truce Talks -Rhee-Robertson Meetings -July 1953
  • Korean Truce Signed -July 26, 1953 -Text of
  • Korean Truce -Reaction to
  • Korean Truce -Congressional Reaction
  • Korean Truce -Economic Reaction
  • Korean Truce -Public Reactions
  • Korean Truce -Republican Party Reaction to Armistice Negotiations - May 1953
  • Korea -Subsequent Truce Talks -Defense Pact Between U.S. and South Korea, August 7, 1953
  • Korea -Subsequent to Truce (1953) -16 Nations in UN Command Pledge to Resist New Attack on South Korea
  • Korea -Exchange of Prisoners of War - 1953
  • Korea -After Signing of Truce -Korean Relief Funds Proposed By President Eisenhower
  • Korean Truce -Political Conference - UN
  • Korea -1953 -Eisenhower Decision to Withdraw Two U.S. Army Divisions From Korea
  • Korean Truce -Past Truce -Question Whether to Admit Red China into the UN or What Other Concessions Made to Them for Realization of the Truce
  • Korean Truce -U.S. Proposal to Use American Soldiers for Rehabilitation Work in Korea
  • Korea -Korea and the Geneva Peace Conference - 1954
  • Korea -After the Geneva Peace Conference - 1954
    Korea as a Political Campaign Issue
Box 189
  • Korea -Republican Party Quotes on Prior to the Outbreak of the War
  • Korea -Republican Party White Paper Released August 28, 1950, Making Korea a Campaign Issue in Politics. Background to Korea
  • Korea -Statements by Various GOP Leaders Supporting President Truman on His Actions in Korea
  • Korean Crisis -Republican Party Reaction in Korea
  • Korea -As a Political Campaign Issue (1950) -Booklet on Korea -News Stories
  • Korean Crisis -As a Political Campaign Issue
  • Korea -Republican Party Reaction -Report of the Republican Foreign Relations Committee of the U.S. Senate -MinorityGroup on the Administration's Foreign Policy -Democrat's Answer to the Charges of the GOP
  • Korea -As a Political Issue -Photostat of Republican Party Publicity Calling Korean Crisis -"Mr. Truman's War" -Also Daily Worker Editorials Using Same Phraseology
  • Foreign Policy -Political Campaign Issue -1952
  • Korea -Ammunition Rationing to Fighting GI's - 1952
  • Korea -Past Election -General Clippings - 1952
  • Foreign Policy -Under the GOP (1953) -Democratic Party Reaction to Administration Policy on Formosa
  • Korean War -As a Political Campaign Issue - 1954
  • Korean Crisis -The UN and the Korean Situation
      [1of 2]
      [2 of 2]
Box 190
  • Korean Crisis -Verbatim Texts of Speeches Before the UN
  • Korea -Korean and UN Troops
  • Korea -UN Proposals for Peace
  • Korea -UN Assembly Votes Arms Ban on Red China
  • Korea -Cease Fire Order by UN to Red China
  • Korea -British Attitude on U.S. Proposal to UN to Brand Red China as an Aggressor -January 23, 1951
  • Korea - U.S. Senate Resolution on Red China -Demanding that the UN Declare Communist China an Aggressor -that it not be Seated in the UN and Calling for Sanctions Against the Reds - January 23, 1951
  • Korea -Offer by Malik for a Cease Fire in June of 1951 -Meeting Set for July
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Korea -Germ Warfare Charges by the Communists - 1952
  • Korea -India Proposes Five Nation Group to Solve the Prisoner of War Deadlock -November 17, 1952
  • Korean Government -Syngman Rhee Disagreement With UN Policies
  • Korea -Soviet Russian Plan to UN for an Immediate Cease Fire With POW Talks Later -December 1952
  • China and the UN and the Outbreak of the Korean War
    Truman Inaugural, 1949
Box 191
  • State of the Union Message, 1947-1953
  • Speeches, 1948
  • Inauguration, January 20, 1949
  • Inaugural Address, January 20, 1949 -Editorial and Other Comments on
    Domestic Issues -Harry S. Truman, 1950-1961
  • Civil Rights, Ebony November 1959, General 1960
  • Birth Control
  • Comments on Bi-Partisanship -Stevenson's Aid to Eisenhower's Foreign Policy Meeting at NATO, December 1957
  • Atomic Tests -Comments on the Adams Case, General File, 1958
  • General File
  • Civil Rights, Including Arkansas School Crisis, General
  • Reorganization of the Defense Department
  • Statement in 1950 in Interview with Arthur Krock in the New York Times on Employment
  • 1956 Politics -Speech in St. Paul, Minnesota, January 14, 1956 -Attacking Republicans on Farm Issue
  • Farm Program, 1958
  • Communications Satellite Bill, 1962
  • Letter on School Bill in 84th Congress (May 4, 1956) to Richard Bolling, Congressman from Missouri
  • Speech at the Executive Club of Chicago, September 9, 1955, on "Military Cuts"
  • Functions of an Ex-President
  • Campaign for Stevenson, 1952--Dedication of Hungry Horse Dam, Kalispell, Montana--October 1
  • National Presidential Primary
  • Eulogy on General Marshall, October 1959
  • Controversy about MacArthur in Memoirs, February 9, 1956
  • Discusses the MacArthur Issue, December 1959
  • Domestic Issues, Home Rule, D. C.
  • Fifth Amendment
  • Appearance Before Congressional Committees, April 14, 1958--Truman Before House Banking Committee to Give Views on Recession
  • Krock (New York Times) Interview of 1950--Truman Quote on Unemployment used by Krock, Denied by Truman in 1958
  • Labor, Strikes, Etc.
  • 1955 Speaking Tour--Labor Speech at Detroit, September 5, 1955--Blasting GOP's Labor Policies
  • 1956 Stand on Question of 2nd Vice President
  • "Solid South," Politics for 1956
  • Satellite Missiles, 1958
  • On the 22nd Amendment
  • Tight Money
  • General 1950
Box 192
  • 1952 Announcement That He Would Not Again Seek the Presidency--Occasion--Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner at the National Guard Armory, March 29, 1952
  • State of the Union Message, January 7, 1953
  • Text of Last Message as President, January 15, 1953
  • Portland, Oregon--Speech on Power, June 11, 1955 at Democratic Dinner [empty]
  • 1955 Speech Series--Cancellation of West Coast Speeches, August 1955
  • Comments on King Maker DeSapio, September 9. 1955
  • Trip to Albany to Speak at Democratic Rally with Harriman, October 7, 1955
  • Series of Speeches in Summer and Fall of 1955--Attacking Republican Administration
  • General--1955
  • New York Trip, February 3-7, 1956
  • Speech at Boston, February 5, 1956
  • Washington, D. C. Visit and National Democratic Committee Weekend, May 4-7, 1957--General
  • Speech at Democratic Fund Raising Dinner in Washington, D. C., February 22, 1958, and Subsequent Republican Attacks on Him
  • Jack Benny Concert for Benefit of Kansas City Philharmonic Orchestra, March 22, 1958
  • Visit to Yale University, April 9, 1955
  • Visit to Washington, D. C. April 1958--Received Award from AMVETS, Etc.
  • Trip to Washington, D. C.--During 1958 Elections (October)
  • Speech to American Legion, Chicago, September 3, 1958
  • Trip to Washington, D. C., for Democratic Advisory Council Meeting, December 7, and National Press Club Speech, December 8, 1958
  • General, 1959
  • Lectures at Columbia University, April 27-29, 1959
  • Trip to Washington, D. C., May 1959
  • Speeches, 1959
  • Statement Made at Midwest Conference in Kansas City, September 1959, on Party Unity, Etc.
  • In Texas, October 1959
  • Speech to Young Democrats in Toledo, Ohio, November 1959
  • Reunion of Truman Committee, Mayflower Hotel [D.C.], March 9, 1961
  • State Dinner at White House; Overnight Guest at White House, November 1961
  • General, 1961
  • Truman, Harry--Ex-President--Speech for A.D.A., May 11, 1956
    1962 Political Campaign
Box 193
  • 1962 Campaign
  • Truman VS Eisenhower, 1962
  • General, 1962
    Special Newspaper Articles, 1963
  • Cuba, February 1963
  • Paris-Born Pact and de Gaulle, March 17, 1963
    Speeches and General Files--Harry S. Truman, Post-Presidential
  • "Views on Office of the President"
  • Jack Benny TV Program, October 1959
  • General, 1960
  • TV Programs, General
  • Chairman, DAC Dinner Honoring Eleanor Roosevelt, December 8, 1969
  • Bob Considine's Interview, November 1959 (and 1/13/60)
  • Time Magazine Article of April 23, 1945
  • Look Magazine Article, "Sincerely Yours, " May 1958
  • Look Magazine Article by Henry Steele Commager, 1951
  • Look Magazine Article, April 15, 1958, Excerpts from Letters to Friends
  • West Coast Trip for the Truman Library, Speeches, November 26, 28, 29, 1955
  • Memoirs in Life Magazine, 1955
  • Library
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
    Personal and Biographical File--Harry S. Truman
Box 194
  • Pictures
  • Biographical Data
  • Compilation of "Information and Statements Which May Indicate or Suggest Possible Policies of President Truman"
  • Birthplace of Truman Dedicated at Lamar Missouri, April 19, 1959
  • Truman Humor--Trumanisms
  • Interview on Cuba, February 1963
  • Biographical Data, 1948 Election
  • Mr. Citizen,…Very Critical of Stevenson
  • Personal, 1960 and 1962
  • Daniel, Margaret Truman (Old and New File Combined 1958)
  • Ex-President's Biography as Carried by the New York Times, September 1955
  • Ex-President's Family, General
  • 75th Birthday
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]

Box 195
    Recommendations for Appointments
  • Administrative Assistant to the President
  • Agriculture Department, Advisory Board of Commodity Credit
  • Air Force, Assistant Secretary
  • Alien Property
  • Anti Trust, Assistant Attorney General
  • Assay Commission
  • Atomic Energy Commission, General Advisory Committee
  • Circuit Court of Appeals, Sixth District
  • Circuit Court of Appeals, Ninth District
  • Civil Defense Administrator
  • Commerce, Assistant Secretary
  • Communications Policy Board, Presidents
  • Congratulations from V.I.P.
  • Cooperative Bank Commission
  • Court of Customs and Patent Appeals
  • Customs Commission
  • Customs Division, Assistant Attorney General
  • Defense Housing Director
  • Educational Exchange, Advisory Committee
  • Farm Credit Administration, Governor
  • Federal Coal Mine Safety Board of Review
  • Federal Communications Commission
  • Federal Housing Administration Commissioner
  • Federal Power Commission
      [1 of 2]
Box 196
      [2 of 2]
  • Federal Reserve Board
  • Federal Security Agency, National Advisory Councils of the Public Health Service
  • Federal Trade Commission
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Federal Trade Commission, Democrats
  • Federal Trade Commission, Republicans
  • Fine Arts Commission
  • Foreign Scholarships, Board of
  • General Services Administration
  • Goethals Memorial Commission
  • Health Councils
  • Inland Waterways Corporation, Kansas City, Missouri
  • Interior , Assistant Secretary
  • International Boundary Commission, United States and Mexico
  • International Claims Commission
  • International Migration Agency
  • International Security and Individual Rights Commission
  • International Tuna Fisheries Commission
  • Interstate Commerce Commission
      [1 of 2]
Box 197
      [2 of 2]
  • Interstate Commerce Commission, Democratic Vacancy
  • Interstate Commerce Commission, Republican Vacancy
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Judge, Fifth Circuit Court
  • Justice Department, Assistant Attorney General
  • Labor, Administrative Assistant to Secretary of
  • Mediation Board
  • Military Academy, Board of Visitors
  • Miscellaneous Appointments
  • Missouri Valley Basin
  • Mobilization Advisory Board
  • Motor Carriers Claims Commission
  • Munitions Board, Civilian Advisory Committee
  • Munitions Board, Vice Chairman
  • National Capital Parks and Planning Commission
  • National Science Board
  • National Youth Conference
  • Naval Academy, Board of Visitors
  • Navy, Assistant Secretary for Air Force
Box 198
  • Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Convention
  • Parole Board
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Payne, John Howard, Memorial Commission
  • Point Four Program, Deputy Director
  • Post Office, Advisory Board
  • Post Office, Purchasing Agent
  • Post Office, Solicitor to Postmaster General
  • Public Health Service, Medical Advisory Committee
  • Public Utilities Commission
  • Tariff Commission of the United States
  • Tax Court, United States, 1944
  • Tax Court, United States, 1946
  • Tax Court, United States, 1948
  • Tax Court, United States, 1949
  • Tax Court, United States, 1950
  • Tax Division, Assistant Attorney General
  • Tennessee Valley Authority
  • Treasury Department, Assistant Commissioner of Internal Revenue
  • Treasury Department, Assistant General Counsel, Internal Revenue
  • Treasury Department, Assistant Secretary of Treasury
  • Treasury Department, Commissioner of Internal Revenue
  • Treasury Department, Comptroller of Currency
  • Treasury Department, Public Printer
  • Treasury Department, Regional Director of Sales
  • Treasury Department, Secretary of
  • United Nations Assembly Delegates
  • United Nations Commission for Freedom of Information
  • United Nations Commission on the Status of Women
  • United Nations Educational, Scientific, Cultural, Organization, Florence, Italy
  • United Nations Organization
  • United Nations and Palestine
  • United Service Organization
  • Veterans Education Appeal Board
Box 199
  • Virgin Islands Commission
  • Virgin Islands Governor
  • Virgin Islands Secretary
  • Wage Stabilization Board
  • War Secretary, Assistant for Air
  • War Claims Commission
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • War Labor Board
  • War Shipping Administrator
  • War, Undersecretary of
  • Water Pollution Control Board of the Federal Security Agency
  • Water Resources Committee, Presidents
  • World Bank Directors
  • World Bank President
  • World Health Commission
    Contributions to Democratic Campaign Fund for Presidential Election of 1944
Box 200
  • Contributions numbered 6,854 through 6,904
  • Contributions numbered 6,905 through 6,955
  • Contributions numbered 6,956 through 7,000
  • Contributions numbered 7,001 through 7,050
  • Contributions numbered 7,051 through 7,100
  • Contributions numbered 7,301 through 7,350
  • Contributions numbered 7,351 through 7,400
  • Contributions numbered 7,401 through 7,450
    Publicity Division Correspondence and Reports
Box 201
  • Army Broadcasts 1944
  • Convention Correspondence Credentials 1944
  • Correspondence with local committees- September- November, 1944
  • Cost Analysis of Broadcast- 1940
  • Efficient Mail Service
  • Hooper Ratings and Correspondence- August-October- 1944
  • Hooper Surveys and Reports- August-November- 1944
  • Information to Organization Members- spot announcements- 1944
  • 1944 Precinct Victory Drive- October 5, 1944
  • Programs and Correspondence- 1944
    Radio Activity Democratic Committee, 1946-1947
  • Broadcast- MBCS- Opinion-Aire June 12, 1947
  • O'Mahoney-Taft Radio Debate- October 6, 1947
  • Radio Broadcast- Senator Sparkman and Senator Mahoney- Mutual Broadcasting Network- June 11, 1947
  • Radio Rally- Newspaper Stories- January 2, 1948
  • Radio Show- October 2, 1947
  • Radio Show- Correspondence- January 2, 1948
  • Radio Show- Correspondence to Participants- original scripts- September 2, 1947
  • Radio Show- High Prices- Mayor O'Dwyer- Whitney and Bowles- October 2, 1947
  • Radio Show- Letter of September 27, 1947
  • Radio Show- Letters to Party Leaders Releases-September 2, 1947
Box 202
  • Radio Show- 7 Man Panel- September 2, 1947
  • Radio Show (I)- Scripts- September 2, 1947
  • Radio Shows- Opinion-Aire over MBCS- 1947
  • Report on Radio Activity of the Democratic National Committee in the 1946 Congressional Elections
  • Scripts- Radio Show- January 2, 1948
    1948 Democratic National Convention
  • Convention- 1948- Actual Radio Bookings
  • Convention- 1948- Correspondence (Misc.)
  • Convention- 1948- Credentials
  • Convention- 1948- Credentials- Radio- T.V.
  • Convention- 1948- Democratic National Convention Radio Coverage
  • Convention- 1948- Floor Plan of Radio Facilities
  • Convention- 1948- Hotel Reservation requests- T.V.
  • Convention- 1948- Independents
Box 203
  • Convention 1948- Radio Hotel Reservation Requests
      [1 of 2]

      [2 of 2]
  • Convention 1948- Reports
  • Convention 1948- Truman's Acceptance Speech- Text
  • "Pre-Convention Roundtable" Recording sent to Independent Stations, June 30, 1948
  • Radio Log- Pre-Convention 1948
  • T.V. Instructions issued by Ken Fry at Convention
  • T.V. Plans- 1948 Convention
  • 1948 Third Party Convention- Glen Taylor's Acceptance Speech
  • 1948 Third Party Convention on Radio
    Democratic Campaign- T.V./Radio Coverage
  • BIOW Agency
  • Broadcast- NBC- Democratic Panel- January 25, 1948
  • Radio Rally- Democratic Congressional Panel- January 2, 1948
  • Radio Rally (R-131)- Panel on issues before Congress- January 25, 1948
  • Radio Show- January 2, 1948
  • Senator Sparkman- Robert Wagner, Jr. ABC- Re: Veteran's Housing- March 1, 1948
  • T.V. Program- Announcement: Democracy in 1948- March 31, 1948
    Republican National Convention
Box 204
  • Republican Convention- Key-Note Speech
  • Republican Convention- Receipts
  • Republican Convention- Radio- T.V. Coverage
  • Republican Convention- Television Coverage
    1948 Broadcast Manual
  • Broadcast Manual
  • Broadcast Manual- correspondence and replies
  • Broadcast Manual- Department of State
  • Current Budget- 1948 Campaign
    1948 Party Campaign Tours
  • Barkley Campaign Trips
  • Barkley's Trip to Rome
  • Dewey Campaign Trips
  • Truman Campaign Trips
  • Warren Campaign Trips
    Radio Correspondence- 1948 Campaign
  • ABC Correspondence- general 1948
  • CBS Correspondence- general 1948
  • Correspondence- Continental FM Network
  • Don Lee "Incident" - [Correspondence, etc.] 1948 Campaign
  • Independent Stations Correspondence 1948
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Inter-Office Memoranda 1948
Box 205
  • Mailing List
  • MBS Correspondence- general- 1948
  • "16 Millimeter Reporter"
  • NBC Correspondence- general- 1948
  • Representative Lepinski- Labor Programs, Correspondence, etc.
  • Senators- Correspondence 1948
  • Transcript- Fulton Lewis, Jr.- Broadcast May 26, 1948
    Minorities in 1948 Campaign
  • Foreign Groups- 1948 Campaign
  • Foreign Language Broadcasts- 1948
  • Nominees of all Parties (By State)
    Program Ideas and Operation Procedure
  • Employment Applications
  • Operation Procedure 1948- Per Gael Sullivan
  • Post-Election Correspondence- 1948- Misc.
  • Precinct to President- confidential- 1948
  • Program Suggestions and Material- 1948
  • Questionnaires on use of Radio- Representatives
  • Questionnaires on use of Radio- Senators
  • Radio Broadcast Notices
  • Radio Clippings- Misc.- 1948 Campaign
  • "Screwball" Ideas- 1948
    Radio- Campaign Speeches- Commercial 1948
  • "America's Town Meeting" Senator McGrath and Jonathan Daniels, September 7
  • Barkley at Ashville, North Carolina- September 27
  • Barkley at Enid, Oklahoma- October 14
  • Barkley at Gary, Indiana- October 29
  • Barkley at Paducah, Kentucky- November 1
  • Barkley at Pittsburgh- October 1
  • Barkley at Rockford, Illinois- October 28
  • Democratic Women's Day- September 27
Box 206
  • Election Eve- November 1, 1948
  • Election Night- November 1, 1948
  • McGrath's Election Eve Speech- November 1, 1948
  • McGrath's Recording- Princeton Liberal Union
  • Oscar Ewing Recording- October 21
  • Senator Claude Pepper- October 21
  • Recording Script by India Edward's and Mrs. Clifford- High Cost of Living- July 27
  • Representative McCormack's Broadcast on High Prices- July 2, 1948
  • Mrs. Roosevelt- Senator Barkley- Lehman- October 31
  • Stassen's Detroit Speech- September 7
  • Text of Recording- Attorney Tom Clark
  • Truman's Acceptance Speech, Letters and Wires pertaining to- July 16
  • Truman at Boston- October 27
  • Truman at Brooklyn, New York- October 29
  • Truman at Chicago- October 25
  • Truman's Speech to Joint Session of Congress- March 17, 1948
  • Truman's Dexter, Iowa Speech- September 18
  • Truman at El Paso- September 25
  • Truman at Independence, Missouri- November 1
  • Truman's Labor Day Speech- September 6
  • Truman at Gilmore Stadium, Los Angeles- September 23
  • Truman at Louisville- September 30
  • Truman at Miami, Florida- October 18
  • Truman at Milwaukee- October 14
  • Truman at New York City- October 28
  • Truman at Oklahoma City- September 28
  • Truman at Philadelphia- October 6
  • Truman at Pittsburgh- October 23
  • Truman at Raleigh, North Carolina- October 19
  • Truman from St. Paul- October 13
  • Truman at Salt Lake City- September 21
  • Truman Speaks from White House- October 21
    Radio- Sustaining
  • Radio Sustaining- 1948 Campaign
  • Rate Cards- ABC 1948
  • Rate Cards- All Nets 1948
  • Rate Cards- NBC 1948
    Recording Companies
Box 207
  • Broadcast Reports- 1948 Campaign
  • Cavalier Recording Company- 1948
  • Recorded Programs sent to all States- 1948
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      [2 of 2]
  • Recording Companies- Various- 1948
  • Recordings- Orders, Plans, etc.- 1948 Campaign
  • Requests for copies of campaign speeches
  • Requisitions- 1948 Campaign
  • Responses to Radio Letter- Representatives
  • Responses to Radio Letter- Senators
  • Responses to Radio Letter- State Chairman
  • Sound Studies- Robert Coar
  • 48 State Program
  • Text of Broadcasts- 1948 Campaign
  • Three 1-Minute "Get Out The Vote" spot announcements- 1948
  • Transcription Companies, misc.- correspondence, etc.
  • U.P. Recording Company- Washington, D.C.
  • U.S. Recording Company- 1948
    State Committees- Notices and Correspondence
  • Broadcast Notices to State Committees
  • Democratic State Central Committees- Correspondence
  • Program Notices- State Committees- Campaign Program
    T.V.- Campaign Program Plans
  • Commercial Production Companies
  • Network Telecast Plans
  • Package Shows- 1948 Campaign
  • Production and Make-up
  • Production Costs
  • Spot Telecasts
  • Station List time cost
    T.V.- Sustaining
Box 208
  • T.V. Clippings- Newspaper Sections on Texts of Broadcasts- 1948 Campaign
  • T.V. Network Releases- sustaining 1948 Campaign
  • T.V. Show- Helen G. Douglas- "Market B" Show- April 28, 1948
  • Warwick and Legler
  • Warwick and Legler- 1948 Campaign
  • Warwick and Legler, Inc.- 1948
  • Warwick and Legler- Correspondence 1948
  • Warwick and Legler- Signed Orders, 1948
    Women's Broadcasts- 1948
  • ABC Newsroom- Air Express
  • Democratic Record Show (Women's Division)
  • Democratic Women's Day Program- Recordings- September 27, 1948
  • T.V. Show- March 31, 1948
Box 209
  • Women's Morning Shows
  • Women's Programs- Plans, Correspondence, etc.
  • Young Democrats
    1949 Campaign (States)
  • Campaign- 1949- Misc.
  • Jackson-Jefferson Day- Radio Plans- Correpondence
  • New Jersey- 1949 Campaign
    Legislative Subject Projects
  • Achievements- 81st Congress- April 13, 1949
  • Achievements- 81st Congress- Misc.
  • CVA- Recorded Programs
  • Health Bill- President's Message, Press Release, etc.
  • Health Program- Senator Murray (NBC)- April 22, 1949
  • Health Show- Congressman Dingall and Dr. Frothingham- April 23, 1949
  • Health Show- Congressman Dingall and Dr. Frothingham (ABC)- April 23, 1949
  • Hoover Reorganization Plan, Scripts, Releases, etc.
  • Housing Bill- Correspondence and wires, relating to
  • Script- Farm- Labor Program- Senator Magnuson, March 28
  • Script- Helen G. Douglas (NBC)- Achievements of 81st Congress- October 22, 1949
  • Script- Senator Myers- Pro and Con- Farm Program- April 8, 1949
  • Secretary Brannan's Agriculture Program- April 11, 1949
  • Truman- economic situation- Radio Address- July 13, 1949
    Radio Programs- 1949
  • Congressman Holifield (California)- Pro and Con- August 5
  • McGrath and Biemiller on Farm Program- June 10, 1949
  • Programs- Drew Pearson's "Sunday Spot"
  • Requisitions
  • Script- Charles Collingwood (CBS)- May 1, 1949
  • Script- Congressman McCormack- Pro and Con- November 18
  • Script- Lucas- Rayburn- Drew Pearson Spot- August 21
  • Script- Pro and Con- Senator Pepper- October 7, 1949- 81st Congress
  • Script- Senator Forand's Broadcast- March 23, 1949
  • Script- Senator Sparkman- Rent Control- April 1
  • Special Labor Show (ABC)- Thomas Bill- March 12, 1949
  • T.V. Radio Coverage- 1949- Inauguration- Report
  • William M. Boyle, Jr.- Pro and Con- October 28, 1949
  • Young Democrats Convention- Chattanooga, November, 1949
  • "Your Health Today" - scripts- correspondence
    Radio Plans- Costs- Correspondence and State Project Scripts
  • Clippings- Re: Transcribed State Programs
  • Correspondence- Re: Radio Plans (to Congress Members) 1949
  • Illinois Radio Plan
  • Illinois Station Correspondence
Box 210
  • Illinois Station Line-up
  • Missouri State Radio
  • Ohio Station Correspondence
  • Pennsylvania Correspondence (stations)
  • Pennsylvania Radio Plan
  • Pennsylvania Radio Plans
  • Pennsylvania Special Election- 26th District
  • Radio in Oregon
    1950 Election Campaign
  • Barkley's 1950 Campaign Speeches
  • Biography of Candidates 1950
  • Correspondence to 1950 Candidates
  • Correspondence- Democratic Party People
  • Correspondence- Misc.- 1948-1950
  • Democratic Women's Day- September 27, 1950
  • Election Night- 1950
  • Jackson-Jefferson Day Dinner- February 16, 1950
  • Miscellaneous Correspondence, Re: 1950 Campaign
  • "Non-Voters- The Problem"
  • Radio and T.V. Plans for 1950 Campaign
  • Mrs. Roosevelt's T.V. Program
  • Scripts- Oscar Ewing on Health Bill
  • Senator Benton- Campaign Material- 1950
  • Senator Clinton Anderson- Memos- Speeches- 1950
  • Training Kit for Leaders- Farm Program- 1950
  • T.V. film- endorsements by Barkley of Alex Campbell- 1950
  • T.V. film- endorsements Helen G. Douglas- 1950
    Recorded Inserts- 1950
  • Dean Acheson- Recorded Statements- 1950
  • Dean Acheson- Script of "Diplomatic Pouch" - September, 1950
  • J. Donald Kingsley- Recorded Statements- 1950
  • J. Edgar Hoover- Recorded Statements
  • J. Howard McGrath- Recorded Statements- 1950
  • National Health Show- Transcribed, Plans, etc.
  • Oscar Chapman- Recorded Statements
  • Recorded Inserts- Korea Series
  • Recorded Inserts- Texts, Correspondence, etc.- 1950
  • Recorded Statements- Representative Frank Buchanan- 1950
  • Senator Lucas- Recorded Statements
    Regional and State Conferences
  • Denver Conference- May23-25, 1951
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
Box 211
  • Des Moines Conference- Correspondence
  • Des Moines Conference- Press Releases- Speeches
  • Des Moines Conference- Radio
  • Farm Program- Releases, etc.
  • Midwest Conference- French Lick, Indiana- August 24-26
  • Midwest Conference of States- Releases, etc.
  • Midwest Farm Conference
  • National Democrat Conference- Chicago- Correspondence
  • National Democrat Conference- Chicago- Releases
  • National Democrat Conference- Planning- Chicago
  • National Democrat Conference- Radio Programs- Chicago
  • New England Conference of States- Correspondence
  • New England Conference of States- Plans
  • New England Conference of States- Radio Programs
  • New York Dinner- December 12, 1950
  • New York Dinner- Waldorf Astoria Hotel- December 2, 1950
  • Roll Call of States for Convention, 1948
  • Southern Conference- Correspondence- January 28, 1950
  • Southern Conference- Plans- January 28, 1950
Box 212
  • Southern Conference- Releases and Speeches- January 28, 1950
  • Statement of Policy- Western States Conference
  • Western States Conferences- Correspondence
  • Western States Conference- Plans and arrangements, etc.
  • Western States Conferences- Press Releases
  • Western States Conference Radio Programs- Scripts
  • Western States Conferences- Releases
    Press Releases
  • Press Releases- Democratic National Committee (10/31/47 to 1/30/48)

      [2 of 6]
      [3 of 6]
      [4 of 6]
      [5 of 6]
Box 213
      [6 of 6]
  • Press Releases- Democratic National Committee (10/22/48 to 2/9/49)
      [1 of 6]
      [2 of 6]
      [3 of 6]
      [4 of 6]
      [5 of 6]
      [6 of 6]
    Radio and Television
Box 214
  • American Broadcasting Company, Spot Sales
  • Archer Productions Incorporated
  • BIOW Advertising Company
  • Broadcasting Magazine, Article on Appearance of Candidates on Television, 1948
  • Cinemart International Sound Studios
  • Columbia Broadcasting System, Television
  • "Dear Fellow Americans" Letters Informing People of Radio Speeches Democrats
  • Democratic Women's Day, Recorded Scripts
  • Farm Radio Mailing List
  • Federal Communications Commission
  • Federal Communications Commission, Annual Report
  • Federal Communications Commission, Television Plan
  • Film, Congressional Television Services
  • Film, "Prosperity Harvest"
  • Film, "Roosevelt Story"
  • Ford Foundation
  • Itineraries, President Truman
Box 215
  • National Association of Radio News Directors
  • National Broadcasting Company, Television Booklet
  • Network Contracts for 1948
  • Radio Broadcasts by Barkley, Boyle and Truman
  • Radio Mailing List
  • Radio Show "Cross Country, Cross Section"
  • Radio Station, KECK Odessa, Texas
  • Radio WCFM Washington, D.C.
  • Radio Station: "Voice of America"
  • Radio and Television, Reports of Programs
  • Radio and Television, Special Stories, Television Techniques, etc.
  • Rayburn, Sam, Endorsements for West Virginia Congressional Candidates
  • Recording Companies
  • Recording Facilities, Joint Senate and House
  • "Register and Vote"
  • "Register and Vote" Jingles
  • "Register and Vote" Non-Partisan Spot Announcement by BIOW Advertising Company
  • "Register and Vote" Non-Partisan Spot Announcement by President Truman and Cabinet Members for Radio
  • "Register and Vote" Non-Partisan Spot Announcements by President Truman for Television
  • "Register and Vote" Non-Partisan Spot Announcement by Vice President Barkley
  • "Register and Vote" Non-Partisan Spot Announcement Correspondence
  • "Register and Vote" Prices of Making the Recordings, 1950
  • "Register and Vote" Radio Stations who Received Spot Announcements
Box 216
  • Telecommunications Advisor, Provision For
  • Television, Color
  • Television Film "Our Common Destiny, The State of the Union at Midcentury"
  • Television Films, Plans, Suggestions, Catalogues, Etc.
  • Television Program Policies
  • Television and Theatre Tele Sessions Reports
    Democratic National Committee- "Fact Sheets" 1948 Campaign
  • Communism and Loyalty
  • "Files of the Facts" I Human Resources
  • "Files of the Facts" II Agricultural Abundance (Empty)
  • "Files of the Facts" III Housing
  • "Files of the Facts" IV Veteran Benefits
  • "Files of the Facts" V Loyalty and Subversive Activities
  • "Files of the Facts" VI The 80th Congress and the Lobbies
  • "Files of the Facts" VII Labor
  • "Files of the Facts" VIII Civil Liberties
  • "Files of the Facts" IX Foreign Policy
  • "Files of the Facts" X Prices
  • "Files of the Facts" XI Natural Resources
  • "Files of the Facts" Thomas E. Dewey
  • Letter from William L. Batt, Jr. Director, Research Division, Democratic National Committee Regarding "Fact Sheets"

Box 217
    Proceedings of Democratic Party Conventions and Meetings of Convention-Related Committees 1944-1952
  • List of Officers of State Delegates and Members of Convention Committees, 1952
  • Meeting of Progressive Democratic Party of South Carolina with Subcommittee of DNC, July 17, 1944
  • Press Conference of Chairman of the Convention (Samuel D. Jackson) July 12, 1944
  • Proceedings of Arrangement Committee, June 15, 1944
  • Proceedings of Credentials Committee, July 13, 1948
  • Proceedings of Democratic National Committee, Chicago, Illinois, July 22, 1944
  • Proceedings of Democratic National Site Committee (Denver, Colorado) April 28, 1951
  • Proceedings of Preliminary Drafting Committee for 1952 Democratic Party Platform
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Proceedings of the Site Committee, May 24, 1951
  • Proceedings of Subcommittee on Platform and Resolutions, July 19, 1952
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Site Committee Memorandum to the Executive Committee Concerning 1952 Convention Site
Box 218
  • Democratic National Convention July 17, 1952
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • Proceedings of the Platform Committee, Democratic National Convention July 18, 1952
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • Proceedings of the Platform Committee, Democratic National Convention July 21, 1952
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Cross-Reference File
    Meetings of Democratic National Committee and Subordinate and Related Committees, 1944-1955
Box 219
  • "A Democratic National Convention in 1954?" by Paul Butler, April 1, 1953
  • Chairman's Report to the Committee, January 20, 1953
  • Chairman's Report to the Committee, September 4, 1953
  • Chairman's Report to the Committee, May 4, 1954
  • Chairman's Report to the Committee, December 4, 1954
  • Chairman's Report to the Executive Committee, August 20, 1952
  • Correspondence Concerning Executive Committee Meeting, March 31-April 1, 1953
  • Correspondence, Lists and Organizational Materials, Democratic National Committee Meeting, September 15, 1953
  • Correspondence, Roll and Report on Committee, Democratic National Committee Meeting, April 15, 1955
  • Correspondence and Roll of States, Democratic National Committee Meeting, September 17, 1954
  • Correspondence, Roll and Resolution of Appreciation of Stephen A. Mitchell May 5, 1954
  • Correspondence and Schedule, Executive Committee Meeting, February 5, 1952
  • Credentials Committee Report, Materials Concerning Expulsion of National Committee Members, August 24, 1949
  • Democratic Conference President's Cabinet Meeting (Chicago, Illinois) May 14, 1950
Box 220
  • Democratic Conference Panel Discussion, "Protecting Human Rights" May 14, 1950
  • Democratic Conference Panel Discussion, "An Expanding Economy for a Growing Nation" May 15, 1950
  • Democratic Conference Panel Discussion, "The Freedom Budget" May 15, 1950
  • Democratic Conference Welfare Legislation Luncheon, May 15, 1950
  • Democratic National Committee, Victory Dinner and Correspondence Concerning Meeting, December 4, 1954
  • Democratic National Committee Meeting, Press Releases and Correspondence Concerning Chairman William Boyle's Resignation, October 31, 1951
  • Democratic Post-Convention Meeting (Chicago, Illinois), July 26, 1952
  • Executive Committee Meeting, May 20, 1948
  • Executive Session, Democratic National Committee Meeting, April 15, 1955
  • Memorandum on Democratic Advisory Council, March 31, 1953
  • Minutes. Executive Committee Meeting, May 15, 1952
  • Minutes and Roll, Executive Committee Meeting, February 5, 1952
  • Miscellaneous, Democratic National Committee Meetings
  • National Health Insurance, Remarks of Dr. R.B. Robins Before the Democratic National Committee, August 24, 1949
  • Proceedings of Democratic National Committee Meeting, May 13, 1950
  • Transcript- Democratic National Committee- January 22, 1944
  • Transcript- Democratic National Committee-July 17, 1944
  • Transcript and Minutes- Executive Committee Meeting- September 26, 1946
  • Transcript- Democratic National Committee Meeting- October 29, 1947
Box 221
  • Transcripts- Executive Committee Meeting- March 11-12, 1948
  • Transcript- Democratic National Committee Meeting- July 10, 1948
  • Transcript- Midwest Conference- June 12-13, 1949
  • Transcript- Credentials Committee Meeting- August 23, 1949
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      [2 of 4]
      [3 of 4]
      [4 of 4]
  • Transcript- Resolutions Committee Meeting- August 23, 1949
  • Transcript, Democratic National Committee Meeting, August 24, 1949
  • Transcript, Democratic National Committee Meeting, February 16, 1950
  • Transcript, Democratic National Committee Meeting, May 15, 1950
  • Transcript, Democratic National Committee Meeting, May 25, 1951
  • Transcript, Credentials Committee Meeting, October 31, 1951
  • Transcripts, Telegrams and Copies of Passed Resolutions, Resolutions Committee Meeting, October 31, 1951
Box 222
  • Transcript, Executive Committee Meeting, February 5, 1952
  • Transcript, Executive Committee Meeting, May 15, 1952
  • Transcript, Executive Committee Meeting, August 20, 1952
  • Transcript, Democratic National Committee Meeting, August 29, 1952
  • Transcript, Finance Committee Meeting, September 3, 1952
  • Transcript (Incomplete), Finance Committee Meeting, September 23, 1952
  • Transcript, Eastern Regional Conference (New York), February 14, 1953
  • Transcript, Executive Committee Meeting, March 31, 1953
  • Transcript, Executive Committee Meeting, April 1, 1953
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • Transcript and Proposed Rules, Committee to Review Rules and By-Laws of the Democratic National Committee, September 14, 1953
  • Transcript, Advisory Council Meeting, September 15, 1953
  • Transcript, Democratic National Committee Meeting, September 15, 1953
Box 223
  • Transcript, Executive Committee Meeting, September 15, 1953
  • Transcript, Lists and Correspondence, Democratic National Committee Meeting, December 12, 1953
  • Transcript and Correspondence, Credentials Committee Meeting, May 5, 1954
  • Transcript, Democratic National Committee Meeting, May 5, 1954
  • Transcript, Agenda and Correspondence, Executive Committee Meeting, May 5, 1954
  • Transcript, Democratic National Committee Meeting, Executive Session September 17, 1954
  • Transcript, Democratic National Committee Meeting, New Orleans, December 4, 1954
  • Transcript and Correspondence, Democratic National Committee Meeting, January 19, 1955
  • Transcript, Democratic National Committee Meeting, April 15, 1955

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