Harry S. Truman Presidential Library & Museum

Philleo Nash Papers

Dates: 1925-1998.

Special Assistant, Office of War Information, 1942-1945; Special Assistant in the White House Office, 1946-1952; Administrative Assistant to the President, 1952-1953; Chairman, Democratic Party of Wisconsin, 1955-1957; Lieutenant Governor of Wisconsin, 1959-1961; U.S. Commissioner of Indian Affairs, 1961-1966.

The papers of Philleo Nash consist of correspondence, memoranda, reports, newspaper clippings, other printed materials, speeches and speech drafts, press releases, and other items mostly concerning Nash's career as a government official, and his interest in the problems of American Indians and other minority groups.

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ADMINISTRATIVE INFORMATION

Size: 89 linear feet (approximately 164,000 pages).
Access: Open, with the exception of a few documents that are closed in accordance with the donor's deed of gift.
Copyright: No donation of copyright has been received from the donors of this collection. Documents created by U.S. government officials in the course of their duties are in the public domain. Copyright interest in other documents presumably belongs to the creators of those documents, or their heirs.
Processed by: Cathryn Abernathy, Dennis Bilger, and Willie L. Harriford, Jr. (1971); Randy Sowell, Sharie Simon, and Janice Davis (2007).

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BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH

1909 (October 25)Born, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin
1932B.S., University of Wisconsin
1935 (November 2)Married Edith Rosenfels
1937Ph.D., University of Chicago
1937-1941Lecturer, University of Toronto
1941-1942Special Lecturer, University of Wisconsin; Manager, Biron Cranberry Company
1942-1945 Assistant and Special Assistant, Office of War Information
1945-1946 White House Liaison, Interim International Information Agency and Office of International Cultural Affairs
1946-1952 Special Assistant in the White House Office
1946-1977 President, Biron Cranberry Company
1952-1953 Administrative Assistant to President Truman
1955-1957 Chairman, Democratic Party of Wisconsin
1959-1961 Lieutenant Governor of Wisconsin
1961 Assistant to the Secretary, Public Land Management, Department of the Interior
1961-1966 Commissioner, Bureau of Indian Affairs
1966-1987 Consulting Anthropologist
1971-1973 Professor, American University
1987 (October 12) Died, Marshfield, Wisconsin

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COLLECTION DESCRIPTION

The papers of Philleo Nash mostly relate to his career as a government official, which included service in the Office of War Information during World War II, as an assistant on President Harry S. Truman’s White House staff, as Lieutenant Governor of Wisconsin, and as Commissioner of Indian Affairs for Presidents John F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson. The papers also contain information regarding Nash’s involvement in Wisconsin politics and his career as an anthropologist. Both in and out of public office, Nash’s activities reflected his longtime interest in the welfare of American Indians and other racial and ethnic minority groups in the United States.

The collection is arranged in twelve series and a number of subseries. The first six series, comprising the bulk of the collection, were donated to the Truman Library by Mr. Nash in 1970. The first series, the Office of War Information File, contains correspondence, memoranda, reports, newspaper clippings, other printed materials, and press releases mostly compiled by Nash during his service in the Office of War Information (OWI) as Assistant to the Deputy Director and, later, as Special Assistant to the Director of the Domestic Branch. Nash’s duties at the OWI included providing liaison between that wartime propaganda agency and the White House, with particular responsibility for monitoring race relations and racial tensions on the home front. His OWI papers include extensive information on African-Americans and other minority groups during World War II; racial conflict and tensions in the United States; press coverage of the war in foreign language newspapers; and wartime rumors that circulated among the public. The series includes examples of wartime U.S. propaganda in the form of publications and radio scripts emphasizing the barbarism of the enemy, as well as public opinion surveys related to the war effort. The series consists of two subseries, an Administrative Correspondence and Memoranda File and an Alphabetical File: the former consists mostly of letters and memoranda written by Nash and others regarding wartime morale and the work of the OWI, while the latter, which is substantially larger, includes a wide variety of memoranda, printed materials, reports, and press releases relating to wartime propaganda and problems on the home front.

The second series, the White House File, contains correspondence, memoranda, newspaper clippings, press releases, speeches, reports, and other items pertaining for the most part to Nash’s work as a Special Assistant and later, Administrative Assistant to President Truman from 1946 to 1953. Most of the materials in this series reflect Nash’s responsibility on the White House staff for issues involving racial and ethnic minorities. Many documents are filed under such subject headings as “Civil Rights,” “FEPC,” “Indians,” and “Minorities.” The series includes an especially large amount of information regarding African-American leaders and organizations, racial discrimination in education and housing, and related issues such as segregation in the armed forces and lynching. There is also information in this series regarding Jewish, Japanese-American, and Spanish-speaking minorities in the United States. This focus is further reflected in drafts of speeches by President Truman relating to civil rights, and information about the political aspects of the civil rights issue, particularly during the 1948 and 1952 campaigns.

The third series, the Association on American Indian Affairs File I, contains materials relating to Nash’s role as a longtime director and member of that organization, which was known until 1946 as the American Association on Indian Affairs. The series includes correspondence, press releases, reports, printed materials, and minutes of meetings concerning the organization’s activities, the termination of federal supervision of various Indian tribes, legislation affecting American Indians, legal representation, and Indians in Alaska. Much of the correspondence in this series dates from Nash’s service on the organization’s executive committee in 1953-54.

The fourth series is the Democratic Party of Wisconsin File. It contains printed materials, correspondence, minutes of meetings, press releases, speeches and speech drafts, statistics, and financial records pertaining to Nash’s political activities in Wisconsin, especially his service as chairman of the Democratic Party in the state from 1955 to 1957, and his successful campaign for Lieutenant Governor of Wisconsin in 1958. The series includes extensive correspondence with Nash during his tenure as chairman, as well as information regarding Democratic state conventions, election campaigns, relations with the Democratic National Committee, and political issues.

The fifth series, the Lieutenant Governor of Wisconsin File, includes correspondence, memoranda, printed materials, press releases, legislation, speeches and speech drafts, invitations, and daily logs of callers relating to Nash’s service as Lt. Governor from 1959 to 1961, with information concerning civil rights, the Democratic Advisory Council, the 1960 Democratic National Convention, the Democratic Party of Wisconsin, Indian affairs, farm problems, taxes, the University of Wisconsin, congressional voting records, and Nash’s continuing interest in anthropology. Included in this subseries are materials documenting Nash’s support for Senator Hubert Humphrey in the 1960 Wisconsin presidential primary; his subsequent support for the Democratic presidential nominee, Senator John F. Kennedy; his association with Wisconsin Governor Gaylord Nelson; and his unsuccessful campaign for reelection as Lt. Governor in 1960. The series is comprised of twelve subseries: 1) the General File, which is the largest subseries; 2) the Correspondence File I, consisting mostly of letters dating from 1958-59; 3) the Correspondence File II, consisting mostly of letters dating from 1960; 4) the Personal Correspondence File I, consisting mostly of letters dating from 1958-59; 5) the Personal Correspondence File II, consisting mostly of letters dating from 1960; 6) the Invitations File; 7) the Legislative File; 8) the Lieutenant Governor—Campaign for Reelection File; 9) the Publications File; 10) the Speech Material File; 11) the State of Wisconsin File; and 12) the Cross References File.

The sixth series in the collection, the Commissioner of Indian Affairs File, contains materials pertaining to Nash’s service as head of the Bureau of Indian Affairs from 1961 to 1966. The series includes correspondence, speeches and speech drafts, printed materials, and other items. It is comprised of ten subseries: a Personal File; a Correspondence File; a Speech File; a Task Force File; a 1962 Trip File; a 1963 Trip File; a 1964 Trip File; a 1965 Trip File; a Travel Vouchers File; and a Cross References File. As is apparent from this list, the series contains extensive documentation of Nash’s travels as Commissioner of Indian Affairs, reflecting the importance that he attached to personal interaction with Native Americans and visits to Indian communities throughout the U.S. The series also contains information regarding a shift in federal Indian policy during the Kennedy and Johnson administrations, the movement away from earlier efforts aimed at the “termination” of government responsibility for individual tribes, and Nash’s role in this development.

After the death of Philleo Nash in 1987, the Truman Library received further donations of his papers. The archives staff decided to add these accessions to the collection as new series, instead of filing them in the existing series. The donations received after 1987 comprise the last six series in the collection, beginning with series number seven, the Chronological File. The Chronological File contains copies of outgoing correspondence dating from October 1942 to March 1966. It includes materials relating to Nash’s service with the OWI, on President Truman’s White House staff, as Lt. Governor of Wisconsin, and as Commissioner of Indian Affairs. Although most of the correspondence in this series is from Nash, many of the earlier letters and memoranda bear the names of officials for whom Nash worked, such as OWI Director Elmer Davis, Deputy Director Leo C. Rosten, and (on the White House staff) David K. Niles, an Administrative Assistant to the President. Along with official correspondence, the series includes some personal correspondence as well as press releases and other items.

The eighth series, the Association on American Indian Affairs File II, contains further items documenting Nash’s involvement with the Association on American Indian Affairs. The correspondence, memoranda, reports, and minutes of meetings in this series are similar to the materials in the third series, but date from a later period, extending from 1954 to 1977. As in the earlier series, the materials relate to the problems of American Indians and the activities of the Association under its president, Oliver La Farge.

The Subject File, the ninth series in the collection, contains correspondence, newspaper clippings, other printed materials, legislation, press releases, reports, appointment calendars, financial records, and handwritten notes relating to various aspects of Nash’s career. The largest sections of this series concern Nash’s service as Commissioner of Indian Affairs and as Lt. Governor of Wisconsin. Included are congratulatory letters received by Nash upon his appointment as Commissioner; letters of appreciation he received following his resignation from that post; his writings, speeches, and statements as Commissioner; transcripts of his oral history interviews with the Kennedy and Johnson Libraries; and information regarding Indian culture, education, economic development, litigation, legislation, and grievances from the 1950s to the 1970s. In connection with Nash’s service as Lt. Governor, the series includes copies of all bills introduced in, and laws enacted by, the Wisconsin legislature during his term of office; information on farm problems and higher education in Wisconsin; and materials concerning his campaigns for Lt. Governor in 1958 and 1960. The Subject File also contains information relating to Nash’s interest in joining Commander Richard Byrd’s Antarctic expedition in 1928, his wartime service with the OWI, his response to allegations of disloyalty resulting from anticommunist investigations, and his support for Hubert Humphrey’s presidential campaigns in 1960 and 1968. Also included in the series are minutes, transcripts, and memoranda documenting the work of the President’s Committee on Civil Rights during the Truman administration.

The Printed Materials File is the tenth series in the collection. It contains a variety of printed items, including pamphlets, booklets, reports, articles, and legal briefs. Most of these materials deal with civil rights and Indian affairs. Included is a copy of the amicus curiae brief prepared by the Truman administration in December 1952 for Brown v. Board of Education and related school segregation cases, which were scheduled for argument before the U.S. Supreme Court during that term. The series also contains information regarding politics, Puerto Rico, and presidential staffs, as well as a 1962 article on Nash from Current Biography.

The eleventh series, the McCarthyism File, contains correspondence, printed materials, press releases, and other items relating to Senator Joseph R. McCarthy of Wisconsin and his role in spreading accusations that Philleo Nash was a communist or communist sympathizer. The series includes extensive information concerning the McCarthy-Nash controversy, the loyalty investigation of Nash, the effect of these allegations on Nash’s campaigns for Lt. Governor in 1958 and 1960, and the involvement of Jean Nash, Philleo’s sister, in anti-McCarthy activities in Wisconsin.

The twelfth and final series in the collection is the General File. It contains printed materials, correspondence, and other items relating to Nash’s career as an anthropologist and public servant. Included in the series are drafts of an unpublished memoir by Nash, “Anthropologist in the White House,” and other published or unpublished writings by or about him.

The Truman Library also has a collection of Nash’s files from his years in the Truman White House. A finding aid for these files is available online. The Library’s oral history interview with Nash is also available online.

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SERIES DESCRIPTIONS

Container Nos. Series
1-35 OFFICE OF WAR INFORMATION FILE, 1942-1952
consisting of two subseries as follows:
1-3
4-35
    Alphabetical File, consisting of correspondence, memoranda, reports, newspaper clippings, printed materials, press releases, and other items relating to the Office of War Information and racial tensions in the United States during World War II. Arranged alphabetically.
35-75 WHITE HOUSE FILE, 1936-1953
Correspondence, memoranda, newspaper clippings, press releases, speeches, reports, and other items relating to Nash’s service on President Truman’s White House staff. Arranged alphabetically.

75-76 ASSOCIATION ON AMERICAN INDIAN AFFAIRS FILE I, 1944-1954
Correspondence, press releases, reports, printed materials, minutes of meetings, and other items relating to Nash’s involvement with the Association on American Indian Affairs. Arranged alphabetically.

77-95 DEMOCRATIC PARTY OF WISCONSIN FILE, 1946-1958
Printed materials, correspondence, minutes of meetings, press releases, speeches and speech drafts, statistics, financial records, and other items concerning Nash’s involvement with the Democratic Party in Wisconsin. Arranged alphabetically.

96-134 LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR OF WISCONSIN FILE, 1940-1961
Consisting of twelve subseries as follows:
96-114
    General File, consisting of correspondence, press releases, daily logs of callers, financial records, memoranda, and other items pertaining to Nash’s service as Lt. Governor. Arranged alphabetically.
115-117
    Correspondence File I, consisting of correspondence relating to Nash’s service as Lt. Governor, dating mostly from 1958-59. Arranged alphabetically.
117-119
    Correspondence File II, consisting of correspondence relating to Nash’s service as Lt. Governor, dating mostly from 1960. Arranged alphabetically.
119
119-120
121-122
    Invitations File, consisting of invitations and related correspondence from Nash’s years as Lt. Governor. Arranged chronologically.
123
    Legislative File, consisting of reports on legislation, correspondence, and other items pertaining to Nash’s tenure as Lt. Governor. Arranged alphabetically.
124-125
126-130
    Publications File, consisting of newspaper clippings and other printed items relating to Nash’s service as Lt. Governor. Arranged alphabetically.
130-132
    Speech Material File, consisting of speeches, press releases, printed materials, reports, and other items pertaining to speeches delivered by Nash and others. Arranged alphabetically.
133
    State of Wisconsin File, consisting of reports, printed materials, statistics, and other items relating to Nash’s service as Lt. Governor. Arranged alphabetically.
134
134-154 COMMISSIONER OF INDIAN AFFAIRS FILE, 1961-1966
Consisting of ten subseries as follows:
134-135
    Personal File, consisting of correspondence, invitations, and other items relating to Nash’s activities as Commissioner. Arranged alphabetically.
136-139
    Correspondence File, consisting of correspondence relating to Nash’s service as Commissioner. Arranged alphabetically.
140-145
    Speech File, consisting of speeches and speech drafts, related correspondence, and other items from Nash’s years as Commissioner. Arranged chronologically.
146
    Task Force File, consisting of memoranda, minutes of meetings, and other items relating to Nash’s duties as Commissioner. Arranged alphabetically.
147-149
    1962 Trip File, consisting of correspondence, itineraries, press releases, and other items documenting Nash’s travels in 1962. Arranged chronologically.
150-151
    1963 Trip File, consisting of correspondence and other items documenting Nash’s travels in 1963. Arranged chronologically.
152-153
    1964 Trip File, consisting of correspondence and other items documenting Nash’s travels in 1964. Arranged chronologically.
153
    1965 Trip File, consisting of correspondence and other items documenting Nash’s travels in 1965. Arranged chronologically.
153-154
    Travel Vouchers File, consisting of financial records and other items relating to Nash’s travels. Arranged chronologically.
154
154-169 CHRONOLOGICAL FILE, 1942-1966
Copies of correspondence from Nash and others, press releases, and other items, mostly relating to his career in government. Arranged chronologically.

170-171 ASSOCIATION ON AMERICAN INDIAN AFFAIRS FILE II, 1954-1977
Correspondence, memoranda, minutes of meetings, reports, and other items relating to Nash’s involvement with the Association on American Indian Affairs. Arranged alphabetically.

172-200 SUBJECT FILE, 1925-1987
Correspondence, printed materials, legislation, reports, appointment calendars, press releases, financial records, handwritten notes, and other items concerning various aspects of Nash’s life and career, particularly his service as Lt. Governor of Wisconsin and as Commissioner of Indian Affairs. Arranged alphabetically.

200-203 PRINTED MATERIALS FILE, 1943-1981
Pamphlets, booklets, reports, legal briefs, and other items reflecting Nash’s involvement in civil rights and Indian affairs, and other aspects of his career. Arranged alphabetically.

203 McCARTHYISM FILE, 1943-1981
Correspondence, printed materials, press releases, and other items concerning Senator Joseph McCarthy, allegations that Nash was a communist sympathizer, and the anti-McCarthy activities of Nash’s sister, Jean. Arranged alphabetically.

204-205 GENERAL FILE, 1946-1998
Printed materials, correspondence, and other items mostly relating to Nash’s career as an anthropologist and public servant. Arranged alphabetically.

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FOLDER TITLE LIST

Box 1

  • Administration—Procedure for Information Programs, Domestic Branch, June 15, 1943
  • Correspondence, 1943-1944 (A-G)
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Correspondence, 1943-1944 (H-Q)
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Correspondence, 1943-1944 (R-Z)
  • Correspondence, 1944 (Nash-Personal, June-July)
  • Correspondence, 1944 (OWI-Personal)
  • Correspondence, 1945

Box 2

  • Correspondence, 1946
  • [Deputy Director]—Leo Rosten File, 1942-1945
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Deputy Directors—Job Descriptions
  • Information Material (General)
  • Memoranda—Book, 1942-1945 (Regarding Miscellaneous Topics)
  • Memoranda—Miscellaneous, 1942-43
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Memoranda—Miscellaneous, March 1943-November 1952, Regarding Motion Pictures; Czechoslovakia Trials, 1952; Salute to Brotherhood Week, 1944
  • Memoranda—Miscellaneous, 1943, 1946
  • Office Calls—September 1943-August 1944

Box 3

  • Office Inventory
  • Office Memoranda, 1942-1943
  • Office Memoranda, 1944
  • Office Memoranda, 1944-1945
  • Organizations and Individuals, 1944-1946
  • Pamphlets, 1942
  • Personnel—General
  • Policy Directives—November 1942-April 1943
  • Press Releases (General)
  • Speeches, 1942-1946

Box 4

  • Alien Property Custodian—Report
  • Alleged Admiral Horthy (Hungarian Regent) Speech, September 1944
  • The Answer, February 1944
  • Axis War Criminals—Memoranda and Correspondence, 1942-1943
  • Benedict, Ruth (Inactive File) 1944
  • Beveridge Report—Inter-Departmental Committee on Social Insurance and Allied Services, 1942
  • Bibliography of OWI Attitude Surveys, 1942-1943
  • Biddle, Francis, Attorney General—[Enemy Reactions to the Biddle Declaration on the Status of Italian Aliens in the United States]
  • Bolivian Tin Miners’ Strikes of December 1942—Report of January 1943
  • Bolshevik Menace—Memoranda, 1943
  • Bretton Woods Monetary Conference—Public Opinion Surveys, [on Bretton Woods Conference by Division of Research] July-August 1944
  • Bureau, Book and Magazine—Magazine Division—Memoranda, 1943-1945
  • Bureau of Intelligence—Administrative Information and Reports, July 1942-May 1944
  • Bureau of Intelligence—Bulletin of Intelligence Projects, December 1942-March 1943
  • Bureau of Intelligence—Division of Information Channels, Special Intelligence Reports No. 19 and No. 21, March-April, 1942
  • Bureau of Intelligence—Division of Source Materials, “United Nations Intelligence Digest,” Nos. 15-36, November 1942-April 1943 [excludes No. 27]
  • Bureau of Intelligence—Division of Source Materials [“What U.S Official Spokesmen Have Been Saying”] Nos. 16-22 [excludes no. 17] and [“U.S. Official Statements”] Nos. 23-37, November 1942-March 1943
  • Bureau of Intelligence Division of Source Materials, Enemy Sources Section—Memoranda, November 1942-February 1943
  • Bureau of Intelligence—European Press, Selected Items, March 13 and 15, 1943
  • Bureau of Intelligence—Intelligence Report No. 53 for December 3-9, 1942 and December 11, 1942
  • Bureau of Intelligence—Media Division—Memoranda, February- March, 1943

Box 5

  • Bureau of Intelligence—Media Division—[motion pictures, films, newsreels, reports] October 1942-April 1943
  • Bureau of Intelligence—Media Division—Special Intelligence Report No. 77, November 25, 1942 [“The Enemy in the Movies”]
  • Bureau of Intelligence—Personnel (Egon Glesinger)
  • Bureau of Intelligence—Polling Division—[“Answers to a Series of Questions”] February-May, 1942
  • Bureau of Intelligence—Special Intelligence Report, “America and the Post-War World” December 16, 1942
  • Bureau of Research and Analysis—Office of Strategic Services [reports regarding overseas topics] May-August 1943
  • Bureau of Special Services—Division of Research, [“Analysis of Editorial Opinion”]November 1943-November 1944
  • Bureau of Special Services—Division of Research, Correspondence Section—Reports, 1943-1945
  • Bureau of Special Services—Division of Research, [“Current Opinions”] December1944-December 1945

Box 6

  • Bureau of Special Services—Division of Research, [“Information Round-Up”] October 1943-March 1944
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Bureau of Special Services—Division of Research—Memoranda, 1943-1944
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Bureau of Special Services—Memoranda, June 1943
  • Bureau of Special Services—Press Intelligence Division—Digest, March-May 1945
  • Bureau of Special Services—Surveys Division Memoranda Nos. 39-56, December 1942-June 1943

Box 7

  • Bureau of Special Services—Surveys Division—Memoranda and Special Memoranda, Nos. 58-70
  • Bureau of Special Services—Surveys Division—Special Memoranda, Nos. 73-107, July 1943-January 1944
  • “Calendar of Significant Events,” July 16-September [1944]
  • Canada—Report on Canadian Price Control, April 1942
  • Catholic Appeal for Victory and Peace—Bishops’ Statement, November 1942
  • China by A. G. Wenley and John A. Pope, Smithsonian Institution War Background Studies, No. 20, July 27, 1944
  • China—Report of Opinion Poll in Hunan, January 1943 and “Chinese Pidgin English Grammar and Texts,” 1944
  • Committee for Political Defense—Request for Information, Material Regarding Axis Propaganda, December 1943
  • Compulsory Military Training—After World War I, Articles, 1944-1945
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]

Box 8

  • Conscientious Objectors
  • Croatia—“Some Facts with Regard to Dr. Macek’s Policy and His Present Condition”
  • “Current Opinions”—Correspondence Panels, Government Information Service, Bureau of the Budget, 1946
  • Davies, Ambassador Joseph
  • Davis, Elmer—[Press Conference] February 10, 1943
  • Digest of Intelligence Reports
  • District of Columbia—U.S. District Court, Bill Particulars, [legal brief, United States vs. Joseph E. McWilliams et al] Criminal Number 73086
  • Domestic Propaganda—Information Materials—“The Proclaimed List of Certain Blocked Nationals” and “Types of Connections Between German Propaganda Machine and Individuals in the United States”
  • Domestic Propaganda—Materials Regarding Discrimination—Includes Pamphlet and Comic Book, “They Got the Blame”
  • Domestic Propaganda—Memorandum Regarding “Press Reaction to the Dissolution of the Communist International,” June 28, 1943
  • Domestic Propaganda—News Stories Regarding May Quinn, (.01) March 1945-April1946
  • Domestic Propaganda—Official Documents—Correspondence and Memoranda
  • Domestic Propaganda—Organizations and Individuals—News Clippings, Newsletters [reports regarding hate groups]
  • Domestic Propaganda—Pamphlets and Graphics
  • Domestic Propaganda—Research Reports—Memorandum Regarding Domestic Rightist Publications Critical of the War and the Administration
  • Editors Conference, April 5, 1943
  • Enemy File—ABC of Germany, 1943
  • Enemy File—Anti-Sabotage Campaign—Spot Announcement
  • Enemy File—Bibliography [list of special reports]
  • Enemy File—Burning of Library of Naples
  • Enemy File—Calendar of Aggression, (1931-1943) January 14-1943
  • Enemy File—Channis, M.—Anti-Nazi Booklets, Published by Popular Morale, Inc., Columbus, OH, December 1942
  • Enemy File—Chronology of the Nazi Record, 1933-1944
  • Enemy File—Commemoration of Fall of Bataan

Box 9

  • Enemy File—Conditions in Occupied European Countries
  • Enemy File—Cowles Summary
  • Enemy File—Dark Decade Campaign
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Enemy File—Dark Decade Campaign—Foreign Press—Translations of January 21,1943, News Releases for Domestic Foreign Press
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Enemy File—Dark Decade Campaign, 1933-1943
  • Enemy File—Dark Decade Campaign—Material Distribution— Correspondence, December 1942-February 1943
  • Enemy File—“Dark Decade”—Materials and Directives
  • Enemy File—Dark Decade Campaign—Rockefeller Center Exhibit— Memoranda and Correspondence, April-October 1943
  • Enemy File—Dark Decade Campaign—Tenth Anniversary of Nazi Accession to Power—Correspondence and Memoranda Originating Campaign, November 1942-January 1943

Box 10

  • Enemy File—“Divide and Conquer” [pamphlet]
  • Enemy File—Enemy Japan Campaign Drafts for Enemy Japan, November 1944-July 1945
  • Enemy File—Enemy Japan Campaign—Memoranda and Reports, 1942-1945
  • Enemy File—“Enemy Japan” Campaign—Unconditional Surrender— Memoranda and Fact Sheets, 1945
  • Enemy File—Enemy Leaders’ Speeches—Excerpts of Speeches of German Leaders
  • Enemy File—Enemy Leaders’ Speeches—Excerpts of Speeches of Japanese Leaders
  • Enemy File—Enemy Propaganda in This Country—Domestic Enemy Propaganda
  • Enemy File—German Morale—Central European Analysis, October 8, 1943
  • Enemy File—German Propaganda, 1942-1944
  • Enemy File—Germany—Publications—Education in Nazi Germany [by Two English Investigators]
  • Enemy File—Germany—Publications—“The Fate of Small Business in Nazi Germany”
  • Enemy File—Germany—Publications—“The German People,” Testimony of Dr. Emil Ludwig, [Before the Committee on Foreign Affairs, House of Representatives, 78th Congress, 1st Session] March 26, 1943
  • Enemy File—Greater East Asia Ministry—Radio Report, November 10, 1942
  • Enemy File—Health and Food Conditions in Axis—Occupied Europe— Report, June-August, 1943

Box 11

  • Enemy File—Hitler—Letter to President Franklin D. Roosevelt Regarding Hitler, October 26, 1942
  • Enemy File—Hitler’s Lies
  • Enemy File—Italy—Memoranda, July 1943
  • Enemy File—Japanese Chronology, 1945
  • Enemy File—Japan’s New Order
  • Enemy File—“The Japanese in America” by Bradford Smith
  • Enemy File—Japanese Propaganda in Asia
  • Enemy File—Joint Liaison Committee
  • Enemy File—“Know the Facts About Our War…” Information Guide
  • Enemy File—Kurusu—Japanese Speech
  • Enemy File—Loose Talk Campaign [posters]
  • Enemy File—Memoranda, 1942-1944
  • Enemy File—“Nature of the Enemy”--Germany
  • Enemy File—“Nature of the Enemy,” Office of Public Opinion Research, Princeton University, August 13, 1942
  • Enemy File—Nazi Atrocities
  • Enemy File—Nazi Broken Promises
  • Enemy File—Nazism and the Church
  • Enemy File—News Bureau—Weekly Reports, May 21-July 30, 1943
  • Enemy File—Newspapers from Enemy and Enemy-Occupied Lands
  • Enemy File—New Releases, March-August, 1943
  • Enemy File—Occupied Territories—Conditions in Occupied Territories, Report by Inter-Allied Information Committee, London, Nos. 1-7, 1942-43
  • Enemy File—Occupied Territories—Memoranda and Reports Regarding Conditions in Europe and Japan, 1943-45

Box 12

  • Enemy File—Occupied Territories—News Clippings and Reports Regarding Europe and Japan, 1942-1945
  • Enemy File—OWI—Executive Order, June 13, 1942
  • Enemy File—OWI Pamphlets—“Hitler’s War Against the Catholic Church” and “The Nazi War Against the Catholic Church”
  • Enemy File—Output for Magazines—The German Junkers
  • Enemy File—Axis Peace Feelers (Current) December 1942-January 1943
  • Enemy File—Peace Offensives: Radio, 1942-1943
  • Enemy File—Peace Themes
  • Enemy File—Photostats of Posters [New York Times Magazine, November 29, 1942]
  • Enemy File—Pictures [transferred to audio visual]
  • Enemy File—Policy
  • Enemy File—Policy Directives, 1942-1943
  • Enemy File—Posters [transferred to museum collection]
  • Enemy File—Press Releases—Materials and Stories, 1943
  • Enemy File—Propaganda Bibliography of Bureau Reports on Enemy Propaganda, 1942
  • Enemy File—Propaganda—Memoranda, 1942-1943
  • Enemy File—Propaganda Policy (Renzo Sereno) 1944
  • Enemy File—“The Propaganda Year: From Pearl Harbor to the First Anniversary,” December 10, 1942
  • Enemy File—Proposed Information Campaign on Nazi Education
  • Enemy File—Publications—Detective Magazine, May 1944
  • Enemy File—Publications Program, December 21, 1942
  • Enemy File—Quotations from German Sources, “Second Front”
  • Enemy File—Quotations from Nazi Sources, December 21, 1942
  • Enemy File—Radio Background Material , The Nazi

Box 13

  • Enemy File-Radio—Memoranda Regarding The Enemy
  • Enemy File—Radio Script, “This is Our Enemy”
  • Enemy File—Radio Script for “This is War” Radio Program “Concerning Axis Propaganda,” April 18, 1942
  • Enemy File—Radio Script for “This is War” [Radio Program] “The Enemy,”April 11, 1942
  • Enemy File—“Short-Wave Warfare Since Pearl Harbor,” Special Report No. 47, January 20, 1943
  • Enemy File—Small Business—Information Problems
  • Enemy File—Source Materials
  • Enemy File—State Department Publication on Nazi Ideology, January 1943
  • Enemy File—“Tale of a City,” Press Release Regarding Warsaw, February 14, 1943
  • Enemy File—War Prisoners, 1942-43
  • Enemy File—Weekly Media Reports, Extract No.35, February 2, 1943
  • Experimental Division for the Study of Wartime Communications
  • Film—Memoranda, News Clippings, 1942-1945
  • Foreign Agents Registration Report, July 1944
  • Foreign Broadcast Intelligence Service (FCC)—English Translation of Radio Address by [Reich Minister Joseph] Goebbels, February 18, 1943
  • Foreign Broadcast Intelligence Service (FCC)—Radio Report on Far East, April 13-27, 1943 and Special Report, April 15, 1943
  • Foreign Broadcast Intelligence Service (FCC)—Central European Radio Analysis No. 14-47, April-December, 1943
      [1 of 6, No. 14-17]

Box 14

      [2 of 6, No. 18-21]
      [3 of 6, No. 22-26]
      [4 of 6, No. 27-32, excludes No. 31]
      [5 of 6, No. 33-38, excludes No. 33, 36-37]
      [6 of 6, No. 39-47, excludes No. 39-44]
  • Foreign Information—Memoranda, 1944
  • Foreign Information—News Stories

Box 15

  • Foreign News Bureau—“Items From Wire File”, January-February 1945
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Foreign News Bureau—Memoranda Regarding Article “The Quislings,” June 2, 1943
  • Foreign Publications Regarding Postal Confiscation of British and Other Allied Mail, November 1942
  • Fraternal Organizations—Articles by Council for American Unity, August 1944
  • Free French Delegation—Release Regarding Vichy Government in North Africa
  • Friends of Democracy, Inc. (New York)—Publication of “The Propaganda Battlefront”, Vol. 1, No. I, January 15, 1943
  • Friends of Democracy, Inc. (New York)—Publications of “The Propaganda Battlefront”, Vol. 1, No. VII, June 25, 1943 [and Vol. 1, No. V, April 30, 1943]
  • Garibaldi—Movie Publicity, December 1942
  • Government Agencies—General Memoranda and News Clippings, 1945-1946
  • Graphic Arts Victory Committee—“Guide to Essential Wartime Printing and Lithography
  • Grew, Ambassador Joseph C.—Speeches, 1943
  • Guide to the Use of War Information Materials, War Department, December 1943 and Radio Background Material: Our Enemies: The Nazis, OWI, January 1943
  • India—Report, April 1943
  • Information Guide on War Aims
  • Information Proposals—“Hitler Kills”
  • Inter-American Affairs—Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs, 1943—University of Mexico, October 1942
  • Inter-American Affairs—Report on Extra-Curricular Activities in Inter-American Affairs of the University of New Mexico, October 1942
  • Interdepartmental Committee on Foreign Nationality Problems— Memoranda, May 1943
  • Joint Committee on Information Policy—Memoranda and Minutes, December 1942-January 1943

Box 16

  • Justice Department—Armenian-American Press, February-September 1943
  • Justice Department—Central European Field, February-September 1943
  • Justice Department—Chinese Press, October 1942-July 1943
  • Justice Department—East European Press, October 1942-January 1943
  • Justice Department—Foreign Language Press Analysis [folder missing]
  • Justice Department—France, August 1942-October 1943
  • Justice Department—German Language Press, October 1942-October 1943

Box 17

  • Justice Department—Irish-American Press, November 1942-September 1943
  • Justice Department—Italian Language Press, September 1942
  • Justice Department—Japanese-American Press, October 1942- September 1943
  • Justice Department—Memoranda, 1943-1944
  • Justice Department—Memoranda Regarding “Highlights of Domestic Foreign Language Press”
  • Justice Department—Memoranda Regarding Termination and History of “Highlights of Domestic Foreign Language Press,” September-October 1943
  • Justice Department—Native Press, May 1943-January 1944
  • Justice Department—North-East European Field, February –August, 1943
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]

Box 18

  • Justice Department—Russo-Balkan Field, February-September 1943
  • Justice Department—Scandinavian Language Press, October 1942-July 1943
  • Justice Department—Spanish and Portuguese Language Press, October 1942-September 1943
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Kiplinger Letters—News Letters, Drafts of Report on Business Letters to Kiplinger Regarding War
  • Lend Lease—Information, Objectives and Policies and Factual Background for Information Programs, 1942-1943
  • London News Chronicle—Article Regarding Negro Troops in Britain, May 8, 1943
  • Lyon, George—Correspondence, Memoranda Regarding Japanese- American Troops in World War II, October-December 1943
  • Melanesian Pidgin English Language Guide Mexican Consul—Report Regarding, April 23, 1943
  • Minorities—Articles, 1943

Box 19

  • Minorities—Articles, 1944
  • Minorities—Articles, 1945
      [1 of 4]
      [2 of 4]
      [3 of 4]
      [4 of 4]
  • Minorities—Domestic Foreign Language Groups—Nash’s Memorandum Regarding Policy, February 15, 1943
  • Minorities—Foreign Language Groups and Organizations—Memoranda and Correspondence, 1942-1943
  • Minorities--Howard University Conference on Negroes and Labor, 1944
  • Minorities—Information Programs—Nash Proposal and Reports, June-September 1943
  • Minorities—Memorandum Regarding OWI Deputy for Minority Problems, February 8, 1943
  • Minorities—Negro—Enemy Radio
  • Minorities—Negro—Military Redistribution Centers—News Clippings and Memoranda, September-October, 1944
  • Minorities—Negro—“Negro Cavalcade”—Proposed Motion Picture by All-American Newsreel, February 1943
  • Minorities—Negro—Negro Correspondents
  • Minorities—Negro—Negro Information Programs, 1943
  • Minorities—Negro—Negro Information Programs, 1944

Box 20

  • Minorities—Negro—Negro Morale—Report by Milton Starr
  • Minorities—Negro—Negro Motion Picture by Navy Department, September 1944
  • Minorities—Negro—Negro Newspaper Publishers Association— Correspondence Regarding OWI Advisory Council, 1943-1944
  • Minorities—Negro—Negro Opinion Study—Negro and White Communications and Attitudes, [for information program] October 1942-January 1943
  • Minorities—Negro—Negro Opinion Studies—Correspondence, March 1943
  • Minorities—Negro—Negro Opinion Studies—Data
  • Minorities—Negro—Negro Opinion Studies—Data Sheets— Birmingham
  • Minorities—Negro—Negro Opinion Studies—Data Sheets—Chicago
  • Minorities—Negro—Negro Opinion Studies—Data Sheets—Detroit
  • Minorities—Negro—Negro Opinion Studies—Data Sheets— Magazines—Non-Fiction
  • Minorities—Negro—Negro Opinion Studies—Data Sheets—National Negro—All

Box 21

  • Minorities—Negro—Negro Opinion Studies—Data Sheets—National Negro—Individuals, 1-5
  • Minorities—Negro—Negro Opinion Studies—Data Sheets—National Negro—Individuals, 6-10
  • Minorities—Negro—Negro Opinion Studies—Data Sheets—National White Press
  • Minorities—Negro—Negro Opinion Studies—Data Sheets—Negro Magazines
  • Minorities—Negro—Negro Opinion Studies—Data Sheets—Oklahoma City
  • Minorities—Negro—Negro Opinion Studies—Data Sheets—Radio
  • Minorities—Negro—Negro Opinion Studies—Data Sheets—Raleigh
  • Minorities—Negro—Negro Opinion Studies—Data Sheets—Results, Questions Regarding Race Regulation
  • Minorities—Negro—Negro Opinion Studies—Data Sheets—Subject and Attitudes by Cities
  • Minorities—Negro—Negro Opinion Studies—Films
  • Minorities—Negro—Negro Opinion Studies—Leadership— Memoranda, Data Sheets
  • Minorities—Negro—Negro Opinion Studies—Magazines—Non-Fiction

Box 22

  • Minorities—Negro—Negro Opinion Studies—National Opinion Research Center—(Denver)—Questionnaire, March 1943
  • Minorities—Negro—Negro Opinion Studies—National Opinion Research Center—Survey on Negroes, May 1944 [compared to OWI Survey, June 1942]
  • Minorities—Negro—Negro Opinion Studies—Negroes and the War—A Preliminary Test of an OWI Pamphlet, 1943
  • Minorities—Negro—Negro Opinion Studies—Project Development— March 1943—Memoranda and Questionnaires
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Minorities—Negro—Negro Opinion Studies—Radio—Replies to Questions Regarding Negroes
  • Minorities—Negro—Negro Opinion Studies—Rural Phase—Summaries
  • Minorities—Negro—Negro Opinion Studies—Statistics of Five Cities (Birmingham, Chicago, Detroit, Oklahoma City and Raleigh)
  • Minorities—Negro—Negro Opinion Studies—Summary (Drafts)
  • Minorities—Negro—Negro Organizations—Urban League
  • Minorities—Negro—Negro Problems and Enemy Broadcasts— Correspondence, June 1944
  • Minorities—Negro—Negro Protest Organizations, NAACP and the March on Washington
  • Minorities—Negro—Negro Publishers—Visit to the White House, February 1944
  • Minorities—Negro—“Negroes and the War”—OWI Pamphlet, News Clippings, January [and February] 1944
  • Minorities—Negro—News Stories (General), 1943-1945 Minorities—Negro—Report on Activity Related to Negro Morale, 1942
  • Minorities—Negro—Report on Negro Conference at Lincoln University, 1942
  • Minorities—Organizations—Association for Human Fellowship, Inc., 1945
  • Minorities—Press Digest, 1944—Drafts and Correspondence
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]

Box 23

  • Minorities—Publications—General—American Council for Judaism, Inc., Information Bulletin, No. 9, February 29, 1948
  • Minorities—Publications—General— A Monthly Summary of Events and Trends in Race Relations, September 1943-December 1946
      [1 of 4, Volume 1]
      [2 of 4, Volume 2]
      [3 of 4, Volume 3]
      [3 of 4, Volume 4]
  • Minorities—Publications—General—“The Fighting Jews”—Harold Ickes Speech, [before New York Conference on the United Palestine Appeals] December 6, 1942
  • Minorities—Publications—General—German-American Situation Report
  • Minorities—Publications—General—Italian-American and Italian News—Memoranda, November 1942

Box 24

  • Minorities—Publications—General—Italian Americans, Memoranda, May 1942-February 1943
  • Minorities—Publications—General—Japanese-American Controversy Between WRA [War Relocation Authority] and NYA [National Youth Administration] Over Training of Evacuees, June 1943
  • Minorities—Publications—General—Japanese-Americans— Memoranda, 1943 and 1944
  • Minorities—Publications—General—Japanese- Americans—Relocation Centers—[controversy over “Superman” comic strip] August 1943
  • Minorities—Publications—General—Japanese-American Troops— Memoranda, 1943-1945
  • Minorities—Publications—General—Jewish –Radio Script, “They Live Forever” [regarding Delaware’s War Contribution, Men] and Material, May 24, 1942
  • Minorities—Publications—General—Jewish Veteran’s Day—Remarks of Senator James Mead, Congressional Record, May 28, 1943
  • Minorities—Publications—General—Jews in Algeria, [“The Story of Algiers And the Abrogation of the Cremieux Law”] Overseas News Agency, March 18, 1943
  • Minorities—Publications—General—Minority Groups in the Armed Forces—Articles, 1944
  • Minorities—Publications—General—Racial Minorities Under Fascism In Italy by Gaetano Salvemini
  • Minorities—Publications—General—Spanish-American—Press Release Regarding War Effort, May-June 1943
  • Minorities—Radio Program in Dallas, Texas, May 1943
  • Minorities—Reports, Memoranda, Pamphlets, 1943-1945
  • Nazi Indictments—Indictment of Americans in Washington, D.C. October 1943 [U.S. District Court, for Aiding the Nazi Party in the U.S.]
  • News of Norway—October 1942-February 1943
  • Office of Price Administration—Cartoons Illustrating OPA Housing Regulations
  • Office of Public Relations—Navy Department—Reports—January 1945
  • Opinion Surveys—Bureau of Special Services, 1943-1944
  • Overseas News Agency—Correspondence and Memoranda, June 1943
  • Overseas Policy Directives—Basic Policy Directives for South Africa From Overseas Branch, July 1943
  • Palestine—News Clippings, October 1945-February 1946
  • Peace and War—United States Foreign Policy, 1931-1941—By Department of State, 1942
  • Pope, Generoso—Regarding Appointment to War Finance Committee and His Pro-Fascist Background, August 1943
  • Posters (Minorities) 1943
  • Posters (War Effort)

Box 25

  • Press Releases—Federal Communications Commission
  • Press Releases—Federal Security Agency
  • Press Releases—Justice, Department of
  • Press Releases—National Housing Agency
  • Press Releases—Navy, Department of
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Press Releases—Negroes
  • Press Releases—Office of Price Administration
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Press Releases—Office of War Information
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]

Box 26

      [3 of 3]
  • Press Releases—Overseas Branch (OWI)
  • Press Releases—State, Department of
  • Press Releases—Treasury, Department of
  • Press Releases—United States Maritime Commission
  • Press Releases—UNRRA [United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration] Releases
  • Press Releases—Veterans Administration
  • Press Releases—War Department
  • Press Releases—War Manpower Commission
  • Press Releases—War Shipping Administration
  • Proposed Committee on National Unity
  • Psychological Warfare—“Strategies of Political and Moral Warfare”— Address by Harold D. Lasswell
  • Race Tension—Areas Affected by VE Day Production Cuts
  • Race Tension—Bureau of Intelligence—Memoranda, Reports and Correspondence January 1942-January 1943; October 1944; March-April 1945
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Race Tension—Canada, Ontario
  • Race Tension—“Current” Surveys—Suggestions for Race Riot Report, February 2, 1944

Box 27

  • Race Tension—Daniels-Nash Project—Memoranda Regarding Reporting Service, May 1, 1944
  • Race Tension—England, Bristol
  • Race Tension—Haiti, January-February, 1946—News Clippings
  • Race Tension—Hawaii, Honolulu, November-December, 1945 (Reports)
  • Race Tension—India, February 1946—News Clipping, “Understanding Mahatma Gandhi,” by T.A. Raman, American Mercury, April 1943
  • Race Tension—Jonathan Daniels File—Army
  • Race Tension—Jonathan Daniels File—Copies
  • Race Tension—Jonathan Daniels File—Memoranda, Nash to Daniels, 1942-1945
  • Race Tension—Jonathan Daniels File—Minority Problems, 1942-1945
  • Race Tension—Jonathan Daniels File—News Analysis
  • Race Tension—Jonathan Daniels File—Research
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]

Box 28

  • Race Tension—Jonathan Daniels File—Tension
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Race Tension—Liberia--December 1945-January 1946 (News Clippings)
  • Race Tension—Memoranda, June 1943-1945 (Regarding Race Riots, May-June 1943)
  • Race Tension—News Clippings and Pamphlets, May 1944-June 1946
  • Race Tension—OWI—Correspondence Panels Section, July 1943- September 1944
  • Race Tension—OWI--Regional Roundup No. 18 [weekly reports of public opinion by region]
  • Race Tension—OWI--Regional Roundup No. 19 [weekly reports of public opinion by region]
  • Race Tension—OWI--Regional Roundup No. 20 [weekly reports of public opinion by region]
  • Race Tension—OWI--Regional Roundup No. 21 [weekly reports of public opinion by region]
  • Race Tension—OWI--Regional Roundup No. 22 [weekly reports of public opinion by region]
  • Race Tension—OWI--Regional Roundup No. 23 [weekly reports of public opinion by region]
  • Race Tension—OWI--Regional Roundup No. 24 [weekly reports of public opinion by region]
  • Race Tension—OWI--Regional Roundup No. 25 [weekly reports of public opinion by region]
  • Race Tension—Philippines, Manila—January-February, 1946 (News Clippings)
  • Race Tension—S.S. Frank H. Dodd, Matson Liner—Regarding Negro Chief Steward, January 1946
  • Race Tension—States—Alabama, Greensboro Report, October 1944
  • Race Tension—States—Alabama—Individuals—Recy Taylor, October 1945
  • Race Tension—States—Alabama—Mobile Race Friction, May 1943- May 1944
  • Race Tension—States—Alabama, October 1945-April 1946—News Clipping
  • Race Tension—States—Arizona—Report, June 1943
  • Race Tension—States—California, Los Angeles, May-August 1944 (Reports Regarding Transit Situation)
  • Race Tension—States—California, Los Angeles Riot, June 1943— Reports and Memos, October 1942-February 1944 [includes memoranda, Philleo Nash to R. Keith Kane regarding reorganization of Bureau of Intelligence, November 1942]
  • Race Tension—States—California—Port Chicago—Reports and News Clippings Regarding Ammunition Depot
  • Race Tension—States—California—Reports, April-June 1943 and News Clippings, August 1945-June 1946

Box 29

  • Race Tension—States—California, San Francisco Bay Area—Tension in Shipbuilding Industry, May 1944
  • Race Tension—States—Florida, August 1944-March 1946
  • Race Tension—States—Florida—Individuals—Jesse James Payne, November 1945
  • Race Tension—States—Florida—Individuals—John A. Broadnax and George Mazyck, April 1944 (Ted Postdom Memorandum)
  • Race Tension—States—Georgia—Lynching in South—News Clippings, September 1945-July 1947
  • Race Tension—States—Illinois, Chicago—Memoranda and News Clippings, November 25, 1942-June 1951
  • Race Tension—States—Indiana, Gary—Memoranda and News Clippings, June 1944-March 1946 Regarding High School Student Strikes
  • Race Tension—States—Kansas--Fort Leavenworth Disciplinary Barracks—Race Riot, May 1947
  • Race Tension—States—Louisiana, Lake Charles, May 1943
  • Race Tension—States—Louisiana, New Orleans and Marrero, August 1944
  • Race Tension—States—Maryland, Stevensville, February 1946 and News Clippings Regarding Baltimore, September 1945-January 1946
  • Race Tension—States—Massachusetts, Boston, 1943-1945
  • Race Tension—States—Massachusetts, New Boston, February 1945 Regarding Shortage of Housing
  • Race Tension—States—Michigan, Detroit—Memoranda and News Clippings, March 1942-March 1946
  • Race Tension—States—Michigan, Detroit, 1944--Memoranda
  • Race Tension—States—Michigan, Detroit—Race Riot, June 1943— Reports—Correspondence Regarding Book Regarding Willow Run Lay-Off, May 1944
  • Race Tension—States—Michigan—Individual—Col. William T. Coleman, Selfridge Field, September 7, 1943
  • Race Tension—States—Michigan, Muskegon—News Clipping, November 1945
  • Race Tension—States—Mississippi, Liberty, November 194(?)
  • Race Tension—States—Missouri—News Clippings, August and November 1945
  • Race Tension—States—Nebraska
  • Race Tension—States—New Jersey—September-December 1945
  • Race Tension—States—New Jersey—Newark, July 1943
  • Race Tension—States—New York, Brooklyn—“Little Harlem” Affair—Memoranda and News Clippings, November 1943
  • Race Tension—States—New York—Fort Green Park
  • Race Tension—States—New York—Freeport, Long Island News Clippings, February-April 1946
  • Race Tension—States—New York—Harlem Riot, August 1943— Reports

Box 30

  • Race Tension—States—New York—News Clippings, August 1945- July 1946
  • Race Tension—States—North Carolina
  • Race Tension—States—North Carolina—Booker T. Specely, July 1944
  • Race Tension—States—North Carolina—Kiwanis Club, Ahoske, N.C. Regarding Lottery Prize Won by Negro, July 1947
  • Race Tension—States—Ohio—News Clippings—Toledo, July 1944 and Cleveland, September 1944
  • Race Tension—States—Oregon, Portland—Regarding Shipyards in Vancouver, Washington and Portland, Oregon
  • Race Tension—States—Pennsylvania, Philadelphia—Regarding Strike by White Transit Workers, August 1944-October 1945
  • Race Tension—States—South Carolina—Hartsville, July 25, 1944 (Memorandum)
  • Race Tension—States—South Carolina—November 1945-January 1946—News Clippings—Article Regarding KKK
  • Race Tension—States—Tennessee—June 1944-March 1946—Reports and News Clippings
  • Race Tension—States—Texas—San Antonio and Other Texas Towns, August 1942-September 1945 [news clippings and reports]
  • Race Tension—States—Texas—Beamont Race Riot. June 1943 (News Clippings and Wire Releases)
  • Race Tension—States—Virginia—News Clippings, September 1945- June 1946
  • Race Tension—States—Washington, Seattle—August 1944 and September 1945
  • Race Tension—States—Washington, DC—May-June 1943—Regarding Race Riot Rumors
  • Race Tension—States—Washington, DC—1943—News Clippings
  • Regarding Rosedale Playground, October 1952
  • Race Tension—Stoppages, 1943-1944—Reports, Wire Releases, FEPC Contributions
  • Race Tension—War Department—Military Intelligence Reports, December 1943-August 1944
  • Race Tension—War Department—Segregation—Army Posts, 1943, 1944 [regarding Maxwell Field, Alabama and Chancey Sparks Opposition to President’s Order to Ban Segregation]
  • Race Tension—War Department—Reports Regarding Strike Affecting Procurement, No. 1, October 1944-December 1945
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]

Box 31

  • Race Tension—War Department—Reports Regarding Strike Affecting Procurement, No. 2, August 1944-May 1945
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • Race Tension—War Relocation Authority—Tension Study—News Release [from Department of the Interior regarding violence to] Japanese in California, May 1946
  • Radio—I. Edwin Goldwasser—Philleo Nash, July 9, 1943 Regarding Cooperation Between OWI and WRUL, Boston
  • Radio—Personnel—Memoranda Regarding OWI Role in Supervising Personnel in Foreign Language Radio, August 1943
  • Radio—Request for Study Material for Program “Foiling the Fonies,” of Sweet Land of Liberty, WFIL [broadcasting company] Philadelphia, July 26, 1943 Radio Scripts
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Rankin, John E.—News Clippings, May 1945-April 1946
  • Redistribution Centers for Army Integrated—News Clippings, October 1944
  • Rotnem, Vic and Tom Clark—News release Regarding Erroneous Questions, October 1944
  • Rumors—Analysis of Rex Stout, Radio Program, October 1942
  • Rumors—Analysis of Rumors—OWI News Release, November 1942

Box 32

  • Rumors—Confidential Personnel Reports, 1943, 1944
  • Rumors—Correspondence, October 1942-October 1944
  • Rumors—Information Material, 1942-1944
  • Rumors—Inter-Departmental Committee on Foreign Nationality Problems—Minutes, February 1942-March 1943
  • Rumors—Memoranda for Editors and Publishers of Rumor Columns Regarding Guidelines for Handling Rumors, November 19, 1942
  • Rumors—Memoranda on Rumors and Rumor-Control Groups, January 16, 1946
  • Rumors—Memoranda—The Pony Express, 194(?)
  • Rumors—Memoranda—Rumors in Wartime, Background Information, November 19, 1942-January 16, 1943
  • Rumors—Memoranda—Rumors and Interracial Tension, July 1944
  • Rumors—News Stories, February 1944-March 1945
  • Rumors—Radio Background Material [empty folder]
  • Rumors—Research Reports, 1944
  • Rumors—Syracuse University Rumor Clinic—Correspondence with Walter Walsh and News Clippings, October 1942-April 1943
  • Rumors—When Radio Writes for War…Pamphlet [A Digest of Practical Suggestions…Prepared…]by Domestic Radio Branch, Office of War Information, 1943
  • Russia—Data Sheets—OWI—Domestic Radio Bureau Russia—Memoranda, Reports, 1943
  • Russia—Official Statement: USSR, February 1943
  • Russia—Statements of Winston Churchill, Archbishop of Canterbury and Cardinal Hensley on Russia, March 22, 1943
  • Russia—Russian Propaganda Leaflets, June-September, 1943
  • Security of War Information—Memoranda, Pamphlets and Drafts of Information Stressing the Need for Security of War Information

Box 33

  • Sedition Trials—Newspaper Coverage, April 1944
  • Selective Service—Memoranda, 1942
  • Smith, Gerald L.K.—News Clippings, September 1945-February 1946
  • Syracuse University—Morale Seminar, Directed by Professor Frank H. Allport, Reports, “Influence of Axis Radio Materials Upon American Hearers”
  • Tension—International—UNESCO—Social Sciences and the Study of “Tensions”, November 2, 1951
  • Thomas and Joseph Report—Analysis for Proposed Radio Program, “Uncle Sam’s Family in Uniform,” June 1943
  • Travel Vouchers—Philleo Nash, 1942-1944
  • Tule Lake Affair
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3, newsclippings]
      [3 of 3, newsclippings]
  • Tule Lake Affair—Wire Service
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]

Box 34

  • United Nations—Information Material for Radio and Press on United Nations Flag Day, Office of Facts and Figures, June 1942
  • United Nations Information Office—“Germany’s Record and World Security,” 1944-1945
  • United Nations Information Office—“Japan’s Record and World Security,” 1943
  • United Nations Information Office—Pamphlets and Film Catalogs
  • United Nations Information Office—Memoranda and Correspondence, 1942-1944
      [1 of 4]
      [2 of 4]
      [3 of 4]
      [4 of 4]
  • United Nations—Memoranda Regarding Misleading Statements in the “Information Guide,” August 1943
  • United Nations—Radio Program, “The United Nations,” March 14, 1942
  • United Nations—Research Unit—Memoranda and Releases, 1942-1944
  • War Record Conference, Newark, New Jersey, May 17, 1943—General Information Report

Box 35

  • War Relocation Agency—Information Program, 1944
  • War Relocation Agency—Pamphlet, “Relocation of Japanese- Americans,” 1943
  • War Relocation Agency—Relocation Centers, June 1943
  • What the Soldier Thinks—Quarterly Report from Special Services Division, War Department, 1943
  • What the Soldier Thinks—Special Service Division, War Department, 1942
  • Wheeling, West Virginia Intelligencer, 1943
  • White, Walter—Writer’s Congress Speech, October 1, 1943
  • Writer’s War Board—Cartoons, “Mr. Biggott”
  • Yugoslavia—American News Releases, October 1942
  • Yogoslavia—Dr. Mirkovich, (Killed in Action in Yugoslavia) 1944
  • Armed Services—Segregation—News Release from Senator Hubert H. Humphrey, October 19, 1952
  • Army Schools, Bases—Integration of, January 1953
  • Bernadotte, Count Folke, U.N. Mediator in Palestine, September 18, 1948—Assassination of—News Clipping
  • Bernays, Edward—New York Public Relations Council, 1943-1945
  • Bilbo, Senator Theodore—News Clippings, 1945-1946
  • Bilbo, Senator Theodore—News Clippings, 1946-1947
  • Bills and Acts of Congress, 1948-1951
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Biographies
  • Brandies University—Memoranda, 1947-1949
  • Briefs—Briefs of Miscellaneous Cases, 1947-195(?)

Box 36

  • Bureau for Intercultural Education—Publications and Book Lists,
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Civil Rights—Legislation—Memoranda, News Clippings and Bills, 1948-1950
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Civil Rights—Memoranda, 194
  • Civil Rights—Memoranda, 1949
  • Civil Rights Message—February 2, 1948 (Copy)
  • Civil Rights—Miscellaneous Documents, 1953-1955
  • Civil Rights—Pamphlets (Regarding Civil Rights and Civil Rights Report, [1947] 1948-1949)
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]

Box 37

  • Civil Rights, President’s Committee on—Memoranda, Registration List and Information Panel Members, Regions I through VIII, December 1946-October 1947
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Civil Rights—President’s Committee on Civil Rights—Memoranda from Robert Carr to PCCR, 1947
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Civil Rights—Republican National Committee—News Release Regarding Civil Rights Record in Eisenhower and Previous Democratic Administration, May 1954
  • Civil Rights—Supreme Court Decisions on Segregation, June 5, 1950 [news clippings and memoranda]
  • Cobb, Dr. Montague—Articles, (Regarding Negroes and Medicine) 1944-1951 [1945-1952]
  • Committee for Economic Development—Statement for Release— “The Threat to Our National Security”
  • Congress—“Yea and Nay Votes”—80th and 81st Congresses, U.S. Senate
      [1 of 3]

Box 38

      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • Conscientious Objectors—Memoranda, 1948-1952
  • Correspondence—Philleo Nash—Personal and Miscellaneous, 1947- 1952
  • Correspondence—Sample Letters, 1946-1952
  • Cosmos Club—News Clippings, September 5, 1952
  • Daughters of the American Revolution—Adam Clayton Powell— Harry S. Truman Letter, 1945
  • Detroit—Report on Investigation of the Riot of June 21, 1943
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]

Box 39

  • Diplomatic Relations Between America and European Nations, 1775— Memoranda for David K. Niles, May 19, 1948
  • Displaced Persons—Pamphlet, 1948
  • Displaced Persons—Report of a Special Sub-Committee on Foreign Affairs—80th Congress, 1st Session, 1947
  • Domestic Propaganda—Civil Service Commission—Press Release, November 29, 1943
  • Douglas, Helen Gahagan—Speeches and Correspondence, 1945-1949
  • FEPC [Federal Employment Practices Committee]—Budget Message, 1950—Drafts
  • FEPC—Clippings from Congressional Record, 1950
  • FEPC—“Congress Blocks the Civil Rights Program, How to Break the FEPC Logjam” by Scott Fowler, Commentary, May 1950
  • FEPC—Draft Reply to Pressure Groups
  • FEPC—Fair Employment Board—Pamphlet, “Fair Employment in the Federal Service,” December 1951
  • FEPC—History—FDR Memo of June 14, 1941 and Executive Order 8802 Regarding FEPC, June 25, 1941
  • FEPC—HST Letter to Agencies, December 18, 1945
  • FEPC—Legislation, 1946—Congressional Record, (Volume 92, No. 5-24 Incomplete) January 18-February 13, 1946
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Box 40

  • FEPC—Legislation, 1946--News Clippings
  • FEPC—Legislation (Inactive), 1947—Congressional Record—News Clippings, February-June 1947 (By States)
  • FEPC—Memoranda, 1943-1946
  • FEPC—News Clippings, December 1945[August 1945-February 1946]
  • FEPC—News Clippings, 1946--January-April; October-December 1946
  • FEPC—News Clippings, 1947--March-June 1947
  • FEPC—Pamphlets (Miscellaneous) and Memoranda, 1943-1952
  • FEPC—Press Releases--Cleared and Issued Through Facilities of OWI, September 1943-March 1944
  • FEPC—Senate Release—Staff Report—Employment and Economic Status of Negroes in the U.S., 1952
  • FEPC—Senate Release—Staff Report—State and Municipal Fair Employment Legislation, 1952
  • Field Foundation—Inactive File
  • Field Foundation—Personal Correspondence, Marshall Field
  • General Information File—Biographical Material
  • Government Contract Compliance Committee—Benton, William— Letter to HST, October 21, 1951

Box 41

  • Government Contract Compliance Committee—Equal Economic Opportunity, Draft, January 12, 1952
  • Government Contract Compliance Committee— Equal Economic Opportunity, Galley Proof
  • Government Contract Compliance Committee—Equality of Opportunity-The Right to Work, Report by the President’s Committee on Government Contract Compliance, December 1952
  • Government Contract Compliance Committee—Mailing List for Report
  • Government Contract Compliance Committee—News Clippings, January 1953
  • Government Contract Compliance Committee—News Releases, 1951-1952
  • Government Contract Compliance Committee—News Releases, December 1952-January 19, 1953
  • Government Contract Compliance Committee—News Releases, Drafts and Memoranda—December 1951-August 1953
  • Haitian Ambassador
  • Hawaii, 1947-1950
  • History—Veterans Administration—Discrimination Complaint, October 1952
  • Housing—Selective Items for History File—Memoranda, Reports, 1947-1951
  • Immigration Bill—Memoranda, 1951-1952

Box 42

  • Immigration Bill—1951—Senate Bills and Acts, September 26, 1951
  • Immigration Bill—1952—H.R. 5678—An Act, April 24, 1952
  • Immigration—Legislation, 1947—Bills Introduced in Congress Regarding Immigration
  • Immigration—Memoranda—Arthur Greenleigh to Attorney General J. Howard McGrath, November 1951
  • Immigration—News Clippings, 1947
  • Immigration—News Clippings Regarding Refugee Ships, December 1946-March 1947
  • Immigration—Statements by the President Regarding Immigration, December 1946
  • Indians—Address by Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Dillon S. Myer, December 9, 1952
  • Indians—Calendar of Indian Events, 1951
  • Indians—General Information
  • Indians—Indian Land Claims Commission—Chairman, Appointment of Felix S. Cohen, August 1946
  • Indians—“Indian Land Titles in California” by William Carey Jones [excerpts from report]
  • Indians—Institute of Ethnic Affairs, 1951 [and 1952]
  • Indians—Institute of Ethnic Affairs, 1954
  • Indians—National Congress of American Indians Report—Washington Conference, February 1954
  • Indians—National Indian Institute—Department of the Interior, 1950 [and 1949]
  • Indians—Navajo-Hopi File
  • Indians—Navajo Trading—Report to Commissioner of, April 1949
  • Indians—Newspaper Clippings, 1947-1952

Box 43

  • Indians—News Releases of Indian Bureau, 1949-54
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • Indians—Pamphlets and Reports
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • Indians—Proposed Presidential Commission—Memo for David K. Niles, October 1949, Occasioned by the Navajo-Hopi Rehabilitation Bill
  • Indians—Report of the Committee on Indian Affairs to Commission on Organization of the Executive Branch of the Government, October 1948
      [1 of 3, pages 1-111]

Box 44

      [2 of 3, pages 112-234]
      [3 of 3, pages 235-325]
  • Indians—“Southwest Indian Newsletter”—February 1951-February 1952
  • Indians—Speeches (Miscellaneous)
  • Indians—Voegelin, Erminie—Correspondence [Klamath Dissertation and Land Claims]
  • Interior, Department of the—Proposed Amendments to the Regulations For the Protection of the Commercial Fisheries of Alaska for 1946
  • Legislation—Civil Rights—Memoranda Regarding Civil Rights Act of 1949
  • Legislation—“Individual Voting Record”—House and Senate, 1949 and 1950
  • Legislation—“Legislation Programs”—81st Congress, 2nd Session, January-April 1950

Box 45

  • Legislation—Legislative Recommendations of the President, 1951
  • Legislation—Legislative Recommendations of the President, 1952
  • Legislation—Memoranda, 1950 and News Releases, 1945-1948
  • Legislation—“Summary of Status of Legislation Relating to Recommendations of the President,” 81st Congress, 2nd Session, March-July, 1950
  • Legislation—“Summary of Status of Legislation Relating to Recommendations of the President,” 81st Congress, 2nd Session, September 4, 1950
  • Legislation—Voting Records—House and Senate—Selected Issues, 1949-1950
  • Lynching—Woodard [Woodward], Isaac
  • Lynching—Woods, Lemus
  • Manpower—Pamphlets, Department of Labor, 1951
  • Minorities—General—Agencies That Deal with Minorities
  • Minorities –General—American Civil Liberties Union—News Clippings
  • Minorities—General—American Council on Race Relations— Board Minutes, 1944-1945
  • Minorities—General—American Council on Race Relations— Committee Minutes, 1944
  • Minorities—General—American Council on Race Relations— Correspondence, 1944-1947
      [1 of 7]

Box 46

      [2 of 7]
      [3 of 7]
      [4 of 7]
      [5 of 7]
      [6 of 7]
      [7 of 7]
  • Minorities—General—American Council on Race Relations— FEPC Legislation and the States, 1949

Box 47

  • Minorities—General—American Council on Race Relations— Fund Raising Report, January 11, 1945
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • Minorities—General—American Council on Race Relations— Handbook of ACRR Programs, 1945-1950
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • Minorities—General—American Council on Race Relations—Magazines and Pamphlets, 1945-1950
  • Minorities—General—American Council on Race Relations—Newspaper Clippings, 1944-1947
  • Minorities—General—American Council on Race Relations— Office Memoranda, 1945
  • Minorities—General—American Council on Race Relations— Preparatory Conference, Chicago, 1943
  • Minorities—General—American Council on Race Relations— Report, 1945-1950 [newsletters]
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Minorities—General—American Council on Race Relations— Reporting Conference, Washington, November 23, 1944

Box 48

  • Minorities—General—American Council on Race Relations— Staff Meeting Minutes, 1944-1945
  • Minorities—General—American Council on Race Relations— “State FEPC—What the People Say,” 1945
  • Minorities—General—American International Singers, New York, 1947
  • Minorities—General—Atlanta, Georgia—“A Report of Public School Facilities for Negroes,” 1944
  • Minorities—General—Chicago, Illinois—“City Planning in Race Relations”
  • Minorities—General—Civil Rights Congress, 1948-1950
  • Minorities—General—Civil Rights Legislation—Summary and Bibliography, 1948-1949
  • Minorities—General—Columbians, Inc.—News Clippings, 1947 [and 1946]
  • Minorities—General—Committee on Asiatic Studies in American Education—Bulletin, 1942
  • Minorities—General—Connecticut Civil Rights Commission— “Aids in Teaching Inter-Racial Understanding”
  • Minorities—General—Council for Civil Rights in the [Nation’s] Capital—(Ida Fox, Executive Secretary)
  • Minorities—General—FEPC—Look Magazine Article, “FEPC—How it Works in Seven States,” 1952
  • Minorities—General—Institute for American Democracy
  • Minorities—General—Italian-American Affairs—Council for American-Italian Affairs, Inc., Report, 1946
  • Minorities—General—Ku Klux Klan—News Clippings, 1945-1947
  • Minorities—General—Material on Miscellaneous Racial Attitudes, 1943-1944
  • Minorities—General—Milwaukee [Wisconsin]—Mayor’s Commission on Human Rights, 1950-1952
  • Minorities—General—Minneapolis, Minnesota—Fair Employment Practice Committee [Commission]
  • Minorities—General—Minneapolis, Minnesota—Mayor’s Council on Human Relations [news clipping]
  • Minorities—General—Mitchell, George—Southern Regional Council, 1946-1950
  • Minorities—General—National Association of Intergroup Relations Officials, 1949
  • Minorities—General—National CIO Committee to Abolish Discrimination, 1945
  • Minorities—General—National Federation of the Blind
  • Minorities—General—News Clippings, 1945-54

Box 49

  • Minorities—General—New York State Commission Against Discrimination, 1945-52
  • Minorities—General—Publications—“Americans of Italian Descent and the Years of Democratic Progress,” Democratic National Committee Pamphlet
  • Minorities—General—Publications—“Army Talk—Orientation Fact Sheet,” War Department Pamphlet
  • Minorities—General—Publications—“Civil Rights: Democratic and GOP Platforms,” DNC Pamphlet
  • Minorities—General—Publications—“Democratic Immigration and Naturalization Policy,” DNC Pamphlet
  • Minorities—General—Publications—“Displaced Persons Program,” DNC Pamphlet
  • Minorities—General—Publications—Gary, Indiana—Police Department—“Human Relations”—Conferences
  • Minorities—General—Publications—“Guide to the Use of Information Materials,” U.S. Army Special Services, 1943
  • Minorities—General—Publications—Human Rights--Pamphlets
  • Minorities—General—Publications—Milwaukee, Wisconsin—Police Training School—“A Guide to Understanding Race and Human Relations,” 1952
  • Minorities—General—Publications—“A Monthly News Summary of National Events and Trends in Race Relations,” August 1943, 1947-1948
  • Minorities—General—Publications—“Pamphlet Index,” A Catalogue of Small Publications in Social Affairs, 1949
  • Minorities—General—Publications—Pamphlets--Miscellaneous
  • Minorities—General—Publications—Police Training Manuals
  • Minorities—General—Publications—Race Riot Pamphlets

Box 50

  • Minorities—General—Publications—“Races of Mankind” (Versions of)
  • Minorities—General—Publications—“Races of Mankind” (Visual Display)
  • Minorities—General—Publications—“Rhode Island Fair Employment Practices”
  • Minorities—General—Publications—“They Got the Blame”
  • Minorities—General—Publications—“True Comics”
  • Minorities—General—Publications—“Japanese-American Soldiers Make Good,” The American Mercury, June 1945
  • Minorities—General—Wisconsin Human Rights Commission— Bitker and Barton Correspondence, 1945-1950
  • Minorities—Japanese—American Attitudes Toward Nisei (Research Repots)
  • Minorities—Japanese—“Annotated Bibliography of the Community Analysis Section”—War Relocation Authority
  • Minorities—Japanese—Booklets (Japanese American)
  • Minorities—Japanese—Causes of Unrest at Relocation Centers
  • Minorities—Japanese—Community Analysis Research Reports— War Relocation Authority
  • Minorities—Japanese—Community Attitudes Toward Japanese Relocation
  • Minorities—Japanese—“Dealing with Japan”—War Relocation Authority
  • Minorities—Japanese—Dillon Myer’s Letter to Martin Dies
  • Minorities—Japanese—Evacuee Resistance to Relocation—War Relocation Authority
  • Minorities—Japanese—Japanese-American Citizen’s League— Mike Masoaka, 1947-1950

Box 51

  • Minorities—Japanese—Japanese Minorities in the United States— Articles, 1943-1944
  • Minorities—Japanese—Japanese Propaganda About Nisei Regarding Transfer of War Relocation Authority to Interior Department, February 1944
  • Minorities—Japanese—Loyalty Investigation of American Citizens of Japanese Ancestry in War Relocation Centers, 1943
  • Minorities—Japanese—“Nisei Assimilation”—Community Analysis, Report Number Six—War Relocation Authority, July 1943
  • Minorities—Japanese—Nisei—News Clippings, 1943-1947
  • Minorities—Japanese—Oyama Case Regarding California Alien Land Law, 1947-1948
  • Minorities—Japanese—Pacific Citizen, Los Angeles, California, 1952 [news clippings]
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • Minorities—Japanese—Pamphlets, 1943-1945
  • Minorities—Japanese—Pamphlets, WRA Bills, 1943
  • Minorities—Japanese—“Trek”—Japanese-American Publication, June 1943
  • Minorities—Japanese—War Relocation Authority—“Army and Leave Clearance Registration at War Relocation Centers,” June 1943

Box 52

  • Minorities—Japanese—War Relocation Authority—News Stories, 1943-1944
  • Minorities—Japanese—War Relocation Authority—“Second Quarterly Report,” July-September, 1942
  • Minorities—Japanese—War Relocation Authority—Speeches, 1944-1945
  • Minorities—Jewish—American—Jewish Congress—Balance Sheet of Group Relations, Statement by the President, 1951
  • Minorities—Jewish—American—Jewish Congress—Correspondence and Congress Weekly, 1942 and 1943
  • Minorities—Jewish—American—Jewish Congress—Commission on Community Relations, Articles, Memoranda, 1947-1952
  • Minorities—Jewish—American—Jewish Congress—Digest of the Anti- Semitic and Anti-Democratic Press in the U.S., May-August, 1943
  • Minorities—Jewish—American—Jewish Congress—Digest of the Anti- Semitic and Anti-Democratic Press in the U.S., September 1943- January 1944
  • Minorities—Jewish—Anti-Defamation League of B’nai B’rith— Bulletin and OWI Correspondence, 1943-1947
  • Minorities—Jewish—Anti-Defamation League of B’nai B’rith— Washington News Letter, 1944-1947
  • Minorities—Jewish—Anti-Semitism, 1942-1952
  • Minorities—Jewish—Anti-Semitism, Fortune Survey Regarding Anti- Semitism, 1946
  • Minorities—Jewish—National Council of Jewish Women
  • Minorities—Jewish—News Clippings, 1946 Minorities—Jewish—News Clippings, 1951

Box 53

  • Minorities—Jewish—Palestine—Pamphlets, Memoranda on Trusteeship for Palestine, Jewish Agency for Palestine
  • Minorities—Jewish—Pamphlets, Memoranda, News Clippings, 1943
  • Minorities—Jewish—Pamphlets, 1942-1948
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Minorities—Jewish—Persons—News Clippings, 1951-1952
  • Minorities—Jewish—“What is a Jew?”—Look, Summer, 1952
  • Minorities—Jewish—Yavne Hebrew Theological Seminary— Descriptive Circular
  • Minorities—Mexican—News Clippings, 1946
  • Minorities—Negro—Educational Institutions—Army Schools (Envelope)
  • Minorities—Negro—Educational Institutions—Fisk University, 1947-1951
  • Minorities—Negro—Educational Institutions—Howard University, [1945] 1946-1948
  • Minorities—Negro—Educational Institutions—Meharry Medical College
  • Minorities—Negro—Educational Institutions—Miscellaneous Colleges, 1948-1951 (Lane College and Shaw University)
  • Minorities—Negro—Educational Institutions—United Negro College Fund—Correspondence and Reports Regarding Book, 1946-1951
  • Minorities—Negro—Films—“The Negro Soldiers,” 1944

Box 54

  • Minorities—Negro—General--Attitudes Toward Negroes, June 1944
  • Minorities—Negro—General—Bibliography of Negro Studies, Bureau of Intelligence, OWI, 1942
  • Minorities—Negro—General—Biography—Mrs. Dorothy Tilly
  • Minorities—Negro—General—Booklists
  • Minorities—Negro—General—Burlington, Iowa—Self-Survey Regarding Discrimination and Opportunities for Negroes, November 1951
  • Minorities—Negro—General—Case History—(Employment) in Philadelphia, 1944
  • Minorities—Negro—General—Colonialism—“French Colonial Policy in Africa,” by French Press and Information Service, 1944
  • Minorities—Negro—General—“Color Line in U.S.” by Herbert Asbury, Collier’s, August 1946
  • Minorities—Negro—General—Conference of Negro Democratic Leaders—Memoranda Regarding Proposals, February 1944
  • Minorities—Negro—General—Daughters of the American Revolution and Constitution Hall—News Clippings, 1945 and 1947
  • Minorities—Negro—General—Education—“Adult Education of Negroes,” Third Progress Report by Ambrose Caliver, FSA, Office of Education, October 1948
  • Minorities—Negro—General—Education—Negroes—News Clippings and Reports, 1936-1952
  • Minorities—Negro—General—Employment Statistics—News Clippings and Memoranda, 1944-1952
  • Minorities—Negro—General—Enemy Propaganda on Negro-White Relations, 1942-1944
  • Minorities—Negro—General—European Civilian Attitudes Towards American Negro Troops in Europe—Memoranda
  • Minorities—Negro—General—Farmers, Negro—Pamphlets, 1943-1952
  • Minorities—Negro—General—Freemasonry, Negro—Pamphlets, 1948
  • Minorities—Negro—General—Gillem Board—Report Regarding Use of Negroes in Post-War Army—Correspondence and News Clippings, January-March 1946
  • Minorities—Negro—General—Health and Medicine—News Clippings, 1947-1952
  • Minorities—Negro—General—History (Negro)—News Clippings, 1947-1948
  • Minorities—Negro—General—Housing—News Clippings, 1944-1952 [and memoranda]
  • Minorities—Negro—General—Housing—Press Releases, 1942-1945
  • Minorities—Negro—General—Individuals—News Clippings, 1945- 1946
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Box 55

  • Minorities—Negro—General—Inter-Racial Committees and Conferences, 1943
  • Minorities—Negro—General—Jim Crow—News Clippings, 1946-1947
  • Minorities—Negro—General—Kornhauser Poll of Experts in Race Relations, March 1945
  • Minorities—Negro—General—Legislation Affecting Negroes
  • Minorities—Negro—General—Legislation Affecting Negroes— News Clippings, 1946
  • Minorities—Negro—General—Liberia—Memoranda, News Clippings, 1946-1951
  • Minorities—Negro—General—Lynching—News Clippings, 1946-1947
  • Minorities—Negro—General—Lynching—News Clippings—Willie Earle, South Carolina, February-March 1947
  • Minorities—Negro—General—Lynching—News Clippings—Willie Francis, Case of—Louisiana, February 1947
  • Minorities—Negro—General—Mayor’s Inter-Racial Committees, Reprint from The Pittsburgh Courier
  • Minorities—Negro—General—Negro Attitudes Towards the War
  • Minorities—Negro—General—Negro Combat Troops— Correspondence to Hamilton Fish and John J. McCloy, February 1944
  • Minorities—Negro—General—“The Negro in the Army,” A Summary Prepared for the Secretary of the Army by James C. Evans, July 1948
  • Minorities—Negro—General—Negro Leaders’ Report on Segregation, Chairman, Lester Granger, September 1948
  • Minorities—Negro—General—Negro Newspaper Publishers Association—News Clippings of Meeting, June 1947
  • Minorities—Negro—General—Negro Newspaper Week—News Clippings, March 1947
  • Minorities—Negro—General—Negro Participation in U.S. Government Programs, 1942-1944
  • Minorities—Negro—General—“Negro Press and Issues of Democracy”—Speech by Marshall Field at the Capital Press Club, Washington, D.C., June 21, 1944
  • Minorities—Negro—General—Negro Troops in Italy—Statement by Truman Gibson, Jr., April 1945
  • Minorities—Negro—General—Negroes in the Armed Forces—News Clippings, Releases, Remarks of Howard C. Petersen, Assistant Secretary of War, at Luncheon for Negro Newspaper Publishers Association, March 1, 1946
  • Minorities—Negro—General—Negroes in Business—News Clippings and Commerce Department Reports, 1943-1952
  • Minorities—Negro—General—Negroes in Detroit—News Clippings, 1946
  • Minorities—Negro—General—Negroes in the Navy—Material Prepared for Helen Gahagan Douglas
  • Minorities—Negro—General—Negroes in the Navy—News Clippings, 1944-1945
  • Minorities—Negro—General—Negroes in the War—Parade, April 11, 1943
  • Minorities—Negro—General—Nurses (Negro)—News Clippings, 1945-1951

Box 56

  • Minorities—Negro—General—Organizations—List of Negro Contributions in October
  • Minorities—Negro—General—Population Trends—News Clippings, 1947-1952
  • Minorities—Negro—General—Radio Broadcast—“Assignment Home,” August 1945
  • Minorities—Negro—General—Schools in the District of Columbia— Citizen Emergency School Committee, 1947-1948
  • Minorities—Negro—General—Schools—News Clippings, 1945-1946
  • Minorities—Negro—General—Southern Conference on Human Welfare, 1946-1947
  • Minorities—Negro—General—Speeches—Miscellaneous, 1944-1947
  • Minorities—Negro—General—Steele and Turnstall—News Clippings, 1946
  • Minorities—Negro—General—Texas State University for Negroes— News Clippings, 1946-1947
  • Minorities—Negro—General—Veterans Administration Hospitalization, 1946
  • Minorities—Negro—General—Washington, D.C—Race Relations Progress, 1942-1952—Report by E. Henderson, 1952
  • Minorities—Negro—General—Washington, D.C.—“Racism in the Nation’s Capitol”—The Nation, October 18, 1952
  • Minorities—Negro—General—Washington, D.C.—Segregation in Legitimate Theaters, 1946
  • Minorities—Negro—History—“The Employment of Negro Troops,” by Ulyses G. Lee, Jr., September 1950 (Drafts of First Five Chapters)
      [1 of 5, chapter I]
      [2 of 5, chapter II]
      [3 of 5, chapter III]
      [4 of 5, chapter IV]
      [5 of 5, chapter V]
  • Minorities—Negro—Housing—[Edward L.] Blincoe Proposals, 1951
  • Minorities—Negro—Housing—Chicago, 1950-1951
  • Minorities—Negro—Housing—Commissioner Richards—Memoranda Regarding Minority Group Housing, 1949-1952
  • Minorities—Negro—Housing—Complaints, 1951-1952
  • Minorities—Negro—Housing—Detroit, 1950
  • Minorities—Negro—Housing—FHA Regulations, 1947-1950

Box 57

  • Minorities—Negro—Housing—Hyde Park—Kenwood Community (Illinois) Conference, 1949-1951
  • Minorities—Negro—Housing—Integrated Projects, 1952
  • Minorities—Negro—Housing—Levitt Project, Long Island, New York, 1949
  • Minorities—Negro—Housing—Memorandum, Philleo Nash to the President Regarding Integration in FHA Programs, June 23, 1952 (Original with HST Comments)
  • Minorities—Negro—Housing—National Committee Against Discrimination in Housing, 1952
  • Minorities—Negro—Housing—NAACP—News Clippings and Memoranda, 1949-1954
  • Minorities—Negro—Housing—“Opinions About the Housing Situation,” Bureau of the Budget Correspondence Panels, June 1946
  • Minorities—Negro—Housing—Race Relations Service, 1946-1952
  • Minorities—Negro—Housing—Racial Policy—Memoranda, 1949-1952
  • Minorities—Negro—Housing—Regulations Under 1951 Housing Act— Correspondence, Memoranda, Releases, 1951
  • Minorities—Negro—Housing—Restrictive Covenants and FHA, 1948-1951
  • Minorities—Negro—Housing—Richards Controversy Regarding Housing Developments for Negroes
  • Minorities—Negro—Housing—Speech—Walter Green FHA Commissioner, to National Urban League, Cleveland, Ohio, September 2, 1950
  • Minorities—Negro—Housing—Speech—Philip B. Perlman— Regarding Restrictive Covenants, New York City, December 2, 1949
  • Minorities—Negro—Housing—Taft-Ellender-Wagner Bill, 1949-1951
  • Minorities—Negro—Navy—S.S. Croatan—Segregation on News Clippings, December 1945
  • Minorities—Negro—Organizations—Chicago Council Against Racial and Religious Discrimination (Homer Jack)
  • Minorities—Negro—Organizations—Institute of African Affairs, 1948
  • Minorities—Negro—Organizations—Lancaster, Emmer Martin— D.C. Citizens Committee on Intercultural Education
  • Minorities—Negro—Organizations—Medico-Chirurgical Society of the District of Columbia

Box 58

  • Minorities—Negro—Organizations—NAACP—Correspondence, 1943-1848
  • Minorities—Negro—Organizations—NAACP—News Clippings, 1945-1947
  • Minorities—Negro—Organizations—NAACP—Pamphlets
  • Minorities—Negro—Organizations—NAACP—Walter White Testimony
  • Minorities—Negro—Organizations—National Council of Negro Women
  • Minorities—Negro—Organizations—National Negro Congress
  • Minorities—Negro—Organizations—National Urban League
  • Minorities—Negro—Organizations—National Urban League— “Racial Aspects of Reconversion,” August 27, 1945
  • Minorities—Negro—Organizations—Negro Business League— News—News Clippings, 1946
  • Minorities—Negro—Organizations—Negro Insurance Association (National)
  • Minorities—Negro—Organizations—Negro Newspaper Publishers Association
  • Minorities—Negro—Organizations—United Races of America
  • Minorities—Negro—Personalities—Biographical Sketches of Outstanding Negroes—News Clippings, 1943-1952
  • Minorities—Negro—Personalities—Bunche, Ralph J.
  • Minorities—Negro—Personalities—Carver, George Washington
  • Minorities—Negro—Personalities—Gibson, Truman
  • Minorities—Negro—Personalities—Hastie, William H.
  • Minorities—Negro—Personalities—Lautier, Louis
  • Minorities—Negro—Personalities—Roberts, Joseph Jenkins
  • Minorities—Negro—Personalities—Vaughn, George L.
  • Minorities—Negro—Personalities—White, Walter
  • Minorities—Negro—Provident Medical Association—Report of Activities, 1946-1951

Box 59

  • Minorities—Negro—Publications—“Army Service Forces Manual No. 5—Leadership and the Negro Soldier,” 1944—Correspondence
  • Minorities—Negro—Publications—“Army Service Forces Manual No. 5—Leadership and the Negro Soldier,” 1944--Draft
  • Minorities—Negro—Publications—“Army Service Forces Manual No. 5—Leadership and the Negro Soldier,” October 1944
  • Minorities—Negro—Publications—Army Talk—Issues Regarding Negro, 1947
  • Minorities—Negro—Publications—“Balance of Power-The Negro Vote,” by H. L. Moon—Review, June 1948
  • Minorities—Negro—Publications—“The Black and White Rejections For Military Service,” American Teachers Association, June 1948
  • Minorities—Negro—Publications—Capital Press Club Dinner, Howard University, Washington, DC, Fall of 1945
  • Minorities—Negro—Publications—Circulation of Negro Newspapers
  • Minorities—Negro—Publications—Miscellaneous Publications— News Clippings, 1945-1952
  • Minorities—Negro—Publications—“The Negro-His Future in America,” Part Two, New Republic, October 18, 1943
  • Minorities—Negro—Publications—“Negroes in Combat,” YANK
  • Minorities—Negro—Publications—Pamphlets—Graphic, 1942-1950
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Box 60

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  • Minorities—Negro—Publications—“People Take the Lead,” A Two Year Record of Progressive Civil Rights, October 1949
  • Minorities—Negro—Publications—“Pep”—Negro Newspapers Publishers Association, VI, 1944
  • Minorities—Negro—Publications—Pittsburgh Courier—Article Regarding History of Pittsburgh Courier
  • Minorities—Negro—Publications—Poston, Ted—New York Post, September 1949—Articles Regarding Tavares, Florida Trial
  • Minorities—Negro—Publications—“Scottsboro Case”—United States Army—A Legal Brief by NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc., 194(?)
  • Minorities—Negro—Publications—“Southern Negro: 1952,” The Nation, September 1952
  • Minorities—Negro—Publications—“United States Employment Service and the Negro Applicant,” War Department Manpower Commission, January 1944
  • Minorities—Negro—Publications—“Why I Remain a Negro” by Walter White, Saturday Review, October 11, 1947
  • Minorities—Negro—Railroads—News Clippings, 1946
  • Minorities—Negro—Reports—“The African Roots of War,” Article, Atlantic Monthly, May 1951 Regarding European Colonialism in Africa by W.F. Burghardt DuBois
  • Minorities—Negro—Reports—Congress and Negroes—Resolutions, Acts, Clippings from Congressional Record, 1944-1946
  • Minorities—Negro—Reports’--Negro Workers in War Industries, Reports, 1942 and 1943
  • Minorities—Negro—Reports—News Clippings—Research Reports— Roper, Elmo—Public Opinion Article on President Truman, September 13, 1945
  • Minorities—Negro—Reports—Southern Negro Youth Congress— News Clippings, Legislative Report and Correspondence, January 1947
  • Minorities—Negro—Reports—Southern Negro Youth Congress— “A Public Appeal to the President of the United States”
  • Minorities—Negro—Reports—Voting—U.S. Supreme Court Decisions, Articles from Alabama Sun, April 1944
  • Minorities—Negro—Reports—War Department—News Releases Regarding the 1945 War Activities of Negro Soldiers, December 1945
  • Minorities—Puerto Rican—Article, The Reporter, September 1950
  • Minorities—Spanish-Speaking—League of United Latin-American Citizens, Constitution and By-Laws, 1942
  • Minorities—Spanish-Speaking—National War Labor Board, Decision Regarding Abolition of Pay Differentials for Mexicans, 1943
  • Nash, Jean—Correspondence Regarding James A. Farley and Paul Reynolds Controversy Over State of Nation and Korean War, 1952

Box 61

  • Nash, Philleo—Biographical News Articles, May 1947 and 1948
  • Nash, Philleo—Personal Memorabilia
  • National Association for the Advancement of Color People— “An Appeal to the World!” 1947
  • National Association of Intergroup Relations Officials—Publications and Memoranda, 1949-1952
  • National Community Relations Council—Publications and Reports, 1946-1950
  • National Labor Relations Board—Dismissal of Trial Examiners— Memoranda, March 1949
  • National Science Foundation, 1950-1951
  • Newspapers—After Issue of Executive Order on Summer of 1948 Regarding Desegration of the Armed Forces
  • Newspapers—Articles Regarding Alger Hiss et al, Trial, July-August, 1948
  • Organization—Organizations Regarding Minority Groups, News Clippings, 1945-1946
  • Palestine—News Clippings, 1946-1948
  • Point Four—Henry G. Bennett, 1951
  • Point Four—Locust Threat in India, Iran and Pakistan—News Clippings and Releases, April-June, 1951
  • Point Four—TCA Institute—“A Proposed International Institute for International Cooperation, 1952-1953,” University of New Mexico, August 1952
  • Political—1944 Campaign—Correspondence, Memoranda, News Clippings, News Releases and Reports

Box 62

  • Political—1944 Campaign—Correspondence and Reports, Hadley Cantril, 1943-1944, Princeton, NJ
  • Political—1946 Campaign—Negro Vote Analysis
  • Political—1946 Campaign—Correspondence Referred to David Niles from the White House, July-October 1946
  • Political—1946 Campaign—News Clippings, 1946-1947
  • Political—1948 Campaign—Civil Rights—Material from Hersel Plaine, 1947 and 1948 Regarding Civil Rights
  • Political—1948 Campaign—Correspondence to David Niles Regarding Campaign Issue, “Conserve the Family”
  • Political—1948 Campaign—Democratic Convention—News Clippings
  • Political—1948 Campaign—Dewey Concession—Teletype Tape
  • Political—1948 Campaign—Hastie, Governor—Political Tour— Press Releases
  • Political—1948 Campaign—Ickes, Harold L.—Address—ABC Radio, October 14, 1948
  • Political—1948 Campaign—Itineraries of the President, June 3- October 31, 1948
  • Political—1948 Campaign—“Lest They Forget,” A Collection of What Certain People Said About Soviet Russia, 1942-1948
  • Political—1948 Campaign—Negro Voters and Housing—DNC Releases, June 29, 1948
  • Political—1948 Campaign—Platforms of Democratic and Republican Parties, 1948, Copies of Democratic Platform
  • Political—1948 Campaign—Republic Platform, Philleo Nash’s Thoughts on GOP Platform Political—1948 Campaign—Voting Figures
  • Political—1948 Campaign—Files of the Facts, I. “Human Resources”
  • Political—1948 Campaign—Files of the Facts, II. Agriculture Abundance
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      [2 of 2]
  • Political—1948 Campaign—Files of the Facts, III. Housing
  • Political—1948 Campaign—Files of the Facts, IV. Veterans Benefits
  • Political—1948 Campaign—Files of the Facts, V. Loyalty and Subversive Activities

Box 63

  • Political—1948 Campaign—Files of the Facts, VI. The 80th Congress and the Lobbies
  • Political—1948 Campaign—Files of the Facts, VII. Labor
  • Political—1948 Campaign—Files of the Facts, VIII. Civil Liberties [cross reference]
  • Political—1948 Campaign—Files of the Facts, IX. Foreign Policy
  • Political—1948 Campaign—Files of the Facts, X. Prices
  • Political—1948 Campaign—Files of the Facts, XI. Natural Resources
  • Political—1948 Campaign—Files of the Facts, XII. Thomas E. Dewey
  • Political—1950 Campaign—Analysis of 1950 Election Results
  • Political—1950 Campaign—Elections—News Clippings and Memoranda
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Political—1950 Campaign—Inactive White House Correspondence— Political Folder, 1950
  • Political—1950 Campaign—Korea—Materials on Korea from Ken Hechler
  • Political—1950 Campaign—Material from Ken Heckler Regarding 1950 Campaign
  • Political—1950 Campaign—Memoranda and News Clippings, 1948-49
  • Political—1951 Campaign—Correspondence, John Franklin Carter
  • Political—1951 Campaign—Inactive White House—Political Folder, 1951
  • Political—1951 Campaign—Robert Vogeler—Charges Regarding Iron Curtain Refugees, 1951
  • Political—National—1952—Material from Ken Heckler
  • Political—National—1952—Miscellaneous Publications
  • Political—National—1952—Negro Vote Analysis
  • Political—National—1952—Negro Votes—Roper Report

Box 64

  • Political—National—1952—News Clippings
  • Political—National—1952—News Clippings—Negro Press
  • Political—National—1952—News Clippings—White Press
  • Political—1952 Campaign—Civil Rights Progress—Materials from H. Plaine
  • Political—1952 Campaign—Correspondence and Memoranda, 1952
  • Political—1952 Campaign—News Clippings—Minority Issues and Views
  • Political—1952 Campaign—News Clippings—Political
      [1 of 4]
      [2 of 4]

Box 65

      [3 of 4]
      [4 of 4]
  • Political—1952 Campaign—News Clippings—Non-Political
  • Political—1952 Campaign—Platform of the Democratic Party—Drafts
  • Political—1952 Campaign—Trips—Trips of President Truman, September 27-October 12; October 15-19; and October 20-23
  • Political—1952 Campaign—Trips—Wisconsin Democrat, 1951-1952
  • Political—1952 Campaign—Trips—Wisconsin News Clippings, 1952; “The Truth About Senator Joe McCarthy”
  • Political—1952 Campaign—Trips—Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune, January 21, 1952
  • Political—1952—Presidential Appointments
  • Political—1952—Wisconsin Political—Correspondence and News Clippings
  • Political—1953—Wisconsin Politics—DOC Convention
  • Political—1954—National—DNC Correspondence
  • Political—1954—Wisconsin Politics—Correspondence Regarding 7th Congressional District
  • Presidency—News Clippings and Pamphlets, 1948-1952

Box 66

  • President’s Committee on Civil Rights—Franklin D. Roosevelt Memorial Foundation Award, December 28, 1947
  • Progue—Trials—Presidential Statement—Drafts—December 18-19, 1952
  • Publications—Air Policy Commission—Report by the President’s Air Policy Commission, 1948 [“Survival in the Air Age”]
  • Publications—Budget—“The Federal Budget in Brief”—Fiscal Years 1951 and 1953
  • Publications—Civil Rights—“Report and Compilation of Inter-Racial Recreational, Educational, Religious and Social Activities and Facilities in the District of Columbia and Its Metropolitan Area, November 1951
  • Publications—Civil Rights—“To Secure These Rights,” Report of the President’s Committee on Civil Rights
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]

Box 67

  • Publications—Cross Reference Sheet
  • Publications—Defense Mobilization, Director of—Report to the President, “Building America’s Might,” April 1, 1951
  • Publications—Economic Reports—Economic Reports of the President, July 1951 and January 1952
  • Publications—Foreign Policy—Our Foreign Policy 1952 (Department of State)—Selected Speeches and Statements of President Truman, January 20-August 29, 1949
  • Publications—Migratory Labor in American Agriculture—Report of the President’s Commission on Migratory Labor, March 1951
  • Publications—The New Leader, March 2, 1953, Senator Hubert H. Humphrey, “Who is Fighting the McCarran Act?”
  • Publications—Pacific Citizen, January 1953
  • Publications—Palestine—U.N. Conciliation Commission for Palestine [“Final Report of the United Nations Economic Survey Mission for the Middle East”]
  • Puerto Rico—Constitution, 1949-1952
  • Releases (White House Office)—FDR—1944
  • Releases (White House Office)—1945

Box 68

  • Releases (White House Office)—1946
  • Releases (White House Office)—1947
  • Releases (White House Office)—1948
  • Releases (White House Office)—1949
  • Releases (White House Office)—1950
  • Releases (White House Office)—1951
  • Releases (White House Office)—1952
      [1 of 3, January-May]
      [2 of 3, June-August]

Box 69

      [3 of 3, September-December
  • Releases (White House Office)—1953
  • Releases (White House Office)—Armed Forces Segregation, Executive Order 9981
  • Releases (White House Office)—Civil Rights
  • Releases (White House Office)—Civil Rights Message, February 2, 1948
  • Releases (White House Office)—Discrimination
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      [2 of 2]
  • Releases (White House Office)—Displaced Persons , Refugees and Palestine, 1945-[1949]1948

Box 70

  • Releases (White House Office)—Executive Order—FEPC in Government, July 26, 1948
  • Releases (White House Office)—Freedom
  • Releases (White House Office)—Korean Chronology, 1950-1951
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Releases (White House Office)—Social Security
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Releases (White House Office)—Social Security—“The Nation’s Health—A Ten-Year Program”—A Report to the President by Oscar R. Ewing, Federal Security Administrator, September 1948
  • Releases (White House Office)—Territories and Possessions
  • Research Reports—CES Mail Analysis, December 1938
  • Speeches—1951—Miscellaneous
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]

Box 71

  • State of the Union Message, January 9, 1952
  • Teacher—Lascha Jocobin, Nash’s Violin Teacher
  • Telephone Memoranda—March-December, 1948
  • Telephone Memoranda—January-May, 1949
  • Telephone Memoranda—June-December, 1949
  • Telephone Memoranda—January-May, 1950
  • Telephone Memoranda—June-December, 1950
  • Telephone Memoranda—January-June, 1951
  • Telephone Memoranda—July-December, 1951 Spingarn, Stephen J.—News Clipping, January 5, 1953

Box 72

  • Telephone Memoranda—January-May, 1952
  • Telephone Memoranda—June 1952-January 1953
  • Territorial Matters—Releases and Executive Orders
  • Traffic—“The Traffic Problem—National” by Henry J. Hoeffer, Assistant General Manager for Programs, National Safety Council
  • Truman, Harry S.—Correspondence from Louis Udell Guthrie, 1951 Regarding the Negro and the Korean War
  • Truman, Harry S. and the Klan—Memoranda and News Clippings Regarding Republic Charge that Truman was Once a Klansman, October 1952
  • Truman, Harry S.—Speech File—1947, June 5—Statements on Palestine and Prices
  • Truman, Harry S.—Speech File—1948—Drafts by Jay Franklin Carter
  • Truman, Harry S.—Speech File—1948, February-March—Puerto Rico—Drafts and News Clippings
  • Truman, Harry S.—Speech File—1948, June 4-18—Western Trip
  • Truman, Harry S.—Speech File—1948, June 4—Swedish Centennial, Chicago

Box 73

  • Truman, Harry S.—Speech File—1948, June 12—University of California, Berkley
  • Truman, Harry S.—Speech File—1948, July 15—President Truman’s Acceptance Speech at Philadelphia
  • Truman, Harry S.—Speech File—1948, September 17-October 2— Trip Itinerary; Address at Dexter, Iowa, September 18, 1948
  • Truman, Harry S.—Speech File—1948, September 28—Oklahoma City
  • Truman, Harry S.—Speech File—1948, October 1—Charleston, West Virginia—Drafts
  • Truman, Harry S.—Speech File—1948, October 18-28—Campaign Speeches—Press Releases
  • Truman, Harry S.—Speech File—1948, October 29—Harlem Speech
  • Truman, Harry S.—Speech File—1949, January 19—Inaugural Address—Press Releases
  • Truman, Harry S.—Speech File—1949, November 11—National Conference on Christians and Jews
  • Truman, Harry S.—Speech File—1950, May 11—Gonzaga University, Spokane, Washington
  • Truman, Harry S.—Speech File—1951—Speeches, Pamphlets—DNC and Department of State
  • Truman, Harry S.—Speech File—1952—Drafts for Whistle Stop by Philleo Nash
  • Truman, Harry S.—Speech File—1952, March 4—U.S. Coast Guard Cutter, “Courier”; Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, Washington— Press Release
  • Truman, Harry S.—Speech File—1952, April 22—Press Releases Regarding Puerto Rico—Approval of Puerto Rican Constitution
  • Truman, Harry S.—Speech File—1952, May 21—Veteran Administration Voluntary Services, Washington, DC
  • Truman, Harry S.—Speech File—1952, June 2—Howard University— Commencement Address
  • Truman, Harry S.—Speech File—1952, June 10—New London, Connecticut—U.S.S. Nautilus
  • Truman, Harry S.—Speech File—1952, June 13—Howard University
  • Truman, Harry S.—Speech File—1952, September 1—Milwaukee— Labor Day Ceremonies
  • Truman, Harry S.—Speech File—1952, September 1-November 3— Presidential Speeches, 1-212 [some speeches missing or not numbered]
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]

Box 74

  • Truman, Harry S.—Speech File—1952, September 2—Parkersburg and Clarksburg, West Virginia
  • Truman, Harry S.—Speech File—1952, October 11—Dorrance Brooks Park, New York City
  • Truman, Harry S.—Speech File—1952, October 11—Harlem Speech— Drafts
  • Truman, Harry S.—Speech File—1952, October 11—Columbus Day Speech, New York City
  • Truman, Harry S.—Speech File—1952, October 17—National Jewish Welfare Board, Washington, DC
  • Truman, Harry S.—Speech File—1952, October 18—New York City
  • Truman, Harry S.—Speech File—1952, October 20—Newark, New Jersey
  • Truman, Harry S.—Speech File—1952, October 21—Jersey City, New Jersey
  • Truman, Harry S.—Speech File—1952, October 29—Chicago— Regarding Civil Rights
  • Truman, Harry S.—Speech File—1952, December 15—National Archives, Washington, DC
  • Truman, Harry S.—Speech File—1952, December 30—Budget Message
  • Truman, Harry S.—Speech File—1954, May 10—Amalgamated Clothing Workers, Atlantic City, New Jersey--Drafts
  • Trust Territories in the Pacific—Pamphlet—Administration of— E.J. Sady, 1947-1950
  • Trust Territories in the Pacific—Pamphlet—“Charter of the United Nations”
  • Trust Territories in the Pacific—Pamphlet—HST Statements, June 29, 1951—Drafts
  • Trust Territories in the Pacific—Pamphlet—International Conciliation, No. 435, November 1947
  • Trust Territories in the Pacific—Pamphlet—“Report of a Survey on the Means of Establishing Sea and Air Transportation in the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands Under Civilian Administration,” for the U.S. Navy and the Department of the Interior, April 1950
  • Trust Territories in the Pacific—Pamphlet—“Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands,” by U.S. Navy, July 1949
  • Trust Territories in the Pacific—Pamphlet—“The United States and Non-Self-Governing Territories,” 1947
  • Trust Territories in the Pacific—United Nations Memoranda, 1947-1951
  • Veterans—Negro—Discrimination Against—News Clippings, 1946

Box 75

  • Virgin Islands—General Information
  • Virgin Islands—Legislation—Draft of Memorandum by Philleo Nash
  • Voting—Poll Tax—News Clippings, 1946
  • Washington, DC--The Interracial Workshop, Bulletins, 1951-1952
  • Washington, DC—Proposed Civil Rights Act, 1949
  • “Win the Peace” Conference, April 1946—News Clippings and Telegrams to President Truman
  • Alaska
  • Alaska—Native Claims
  • Attorney Contracts
  • Board Meetings and Minutes
  • Bureau Releases, 1954
  • California, 1952-1954
  • Competency
  • Correspondence, 1944
  • Correspondence, 1945-1946
  • Correspondence, 1947-1948
  • Correspondence, 1949
  • Correspondence, 1950
  • Correspondence, 1952
  • Correspondence, 1953-1954

Box 76

  • Correspondence, February 1954
  • Correspondence, March 1954
  • Correspondence, April 1954
  • Correspondence, May 1954
  • Correspondence, June 1954
  • General Information
  • Government Relations Committee, February 1954
  • Hydaburg Appeal—October-November 1953
  • Minutes of Executive Meetings
  • Relations with NCAI, September 1953-February 1954
  • Report, Reorganization Committee, April 1954
  • Shifter and Lazarus [legal counsel]
  • Termination—Flathead
  • Termination—General, August 1953-February 1954
  • Termination—Legal Analysis
  • Termination—New York
  • Termination—Sac and Fox
  • Termination—Seminole
  • Termination—Turtle Mountain
  • Termination—Utah
  • Termination—Western Oregon

Box 77

  • Administrative Committee—Agendas, Notes and Working Papers
  • Administrative Committee—Minutes—August 1951-December 1953
  • Administrative Committee—Minutes—[February]1954-September 1955
  • Administrative Committee—Minutes—November 1955-June 1957
  • Administrative Committee—Minutes and Reports, 1957-1958
  • The American Heritage Foundation
  • Anderson, Kenneth [death of Democratic candidate for the 7th Congressional District of Wisconsin, September 6, 1956—memoranda, news clippings]
  • Appleton Postmaster [controversy over appointment of Thomas Miller—correspondence, news clippings, November 1955]
  • Bitker, Burno—Statement on United Nations Charter Revision, April 10, 1954
  • Branch Banking [memoranda, January 25, 1956; articles in The American Banker, New York, March 1955 and in Finance, January 15, 1956]
  • Brannan Dinner—October 17, 1956 [memoranda, guest lists and notes]
  • Broomstick Pins—Campaign Materials
  • Brown County Sheriff—News Clippings and Correspondence from Owen F. Monfils [and Francis Leana]
  • Budget Message [release of Budget Messages of Governor Walter J. Kohler, February 1, 1955; Governor Vernon W. Thompson, January 31, 1957 and Statement by William Proxmire]
  • Calendar—Proposed, 1957-1958
  • Campaign Information, (U.S. Laws) 1956
  • Campaign, 1956—Issues Series [correspondence, memoranda regarding 1956 campaign]
  • Campaign Thank You’s—November 1956
  • Candidate Study—Lewis A. Dexter
  • Capital Times, Special Edition—“An Open Forum for the Expression of Public Grievances,” May 26, 1958
  • “The Changing Party Pattern”—Pamphlet by Paul T. David, September 1956

Box 78

  • Charts
  • Chotiner, Murray [campaign manager for Vice President Richard M. Nixon, 1952—news clippings, 1956]
  • CIO Political Action Committee—1954 Handbook
  • CIO Political Action Committee—Speakers’ Book of Facts, 1950
  • Civil Rights [news clippings and DNC Fact Sheets, 1956-1958]
  • Congress—A Reappraisal of the 84th Congress [summary of the legislative record of 85th Congress, 1st session, January 3, 1957-August 30, 1957, statement by Senator Lyndon B. Johnson]
  • Congress—Voting Records of 84th and 85th Congresses
  • Congressional Quarterly—Midwest Politics, 1956
  • Conservation—General Material—Fran Luetscher
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Constitution—October 1955
  • Conventions—Democratic State Conventions—1955—Green Bay Convention
  • Conventions—Democratic State Conventions—1955—Green Bay Convention—Delegates to the State Convention
  • Conventions—Democratic State Conventions—1955—Green Bay Convention—Resolutions, Etc., October 1955
  • Conventions—Democratic State Conventions—1955—Green Bay Convention— Souvenirs

Box 79

  • Conventions— Democratic State Conventions—1956—Superior Convention
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Conventions— Democratic State Conventions—1956—Superior Convention—Clippings of the Convention, June 1956
  • Conventions— Democratic State Conventions—1956—Superior Convention—Speech, June 1956
  • Conventions— Democratic State Conventions—1957—[Madison] Convention
  • Conventions— Democratic State Conventions—1957—Madison Convention [October 1957]
  • Conventions— Democratic State Conventions—1957—Madison Convention—Clippings
  • Conventions—Democratic State Conventions—1958—La Crosse Convention [June 1958]
  • Conventions—Democratic State Conventions—1958—La Crosse Convention—Clippings
  • Correspondence, 1955-1957—A
  • Correspondence, 1955-1957—B
  • Correspondence, [1955-1957]—Bakken, Henry H.—Report of Survey of Market Codes, Orders and Agreements

Box 80

  • Correspondence, 1955-1957—Butler, P.[Paul] M.
  • Correspondence, 1955-1957—C
  • Correspondence, [1955-1957]—Campaign, 1956
  • Correspondence, 1955-1957—D
  • Correspondence, 1955-1957—E
  • Correspondence, 1955-1957—F
  • Correspondence, 1955-1957—G
  • Correspondence, 1955-1957—H
  • Correspondence, 1955-1957—J
  • Correspondence, 1955-1957—K
  • Correspondence, 1955-1957—Kasberg [Helen]
  • Correspondence, 1955-1957—Kefauver [Estes]
  • Correspondence, 1955-1957—L
  • Correspondence, 1955-1957—M
  • Correspondence, 1955-1957—N
  • Correspondence, 1955-1957—O
  • Correspondence, 1955-1957—P

Box 81

  • Correspondence, 1955-1957—R
  • Correspondence, 1955-1957—S
  • Correspondence, 1955-1957—Spingarn [Stephen J.]
  • Correspondence, 1955-1957—T
  • Correspondence, 1955-1957—U
  • Correspondence, 1955-1957—V
  • Correspondence, 1955-1957—W
  • Correspondence, 1955-1957—Wyman [Walker]
  • Correspondence, 1955-1957—XYZ
  • Correspondence, October 1957-May 1958—B
  • Correspondence, October 1957-May 1958—C
  • Correspondence, October 1957-May 1958—G
  • Correspondence, October 1957-May 1958—H
  • Correspondence, October 1957-May 1958—J
  • Correspondence, October 1957-May 1958—K
  • Correspondence, October 1957-May 1958—L
  • Correspondence, October 1957-May 1958—M
  • Correspondence, October 1957-May 1958—N
  • Correspondence, October 1957-May 1958—P
  • Correspondence, October 1957-May 1958—R
  • Correspondence, October 1957-May 1958—S
  • Corrupt Practices Reform, 1957
  • County Chairmen, Program Aids to
  • County Offers—Handbook for County Officers, 1954
  • Democratic Advisory Council
  • Democratic Club, Denver—Information Booklets Sent by Henry Reuss
  • Democratic Foundation of Illinois—Information Booklet

Box 82

  • Democratic National Committee—Advisory Committee on Political Organization
  • Democratic National Committee—Chairman’s Newsletter
  • Democratic National Committee—Democratic Fact Book, 1954
  • Democratic National Committee—Dollars for Democrats
  • Democratic National Committee—Louchheim and YD Newsletters
  • Democratic National Committee—Meeting of State Chairmen, November 1955
  • Democratic National Committee—Nationalities Division
  • Democratic National Committee— Nationalities Division--Newsletter
  • Democratic National Committee—Officers, Report of Chairman P.M. Butler, 1957
  • Democratic National Committee—Publicity Releases
  • Democratic National Committee—Young Democrats Newsletters
  • Democratic National Committee—1955—Materials from Research Division [and Democratic Fact Sheets]
  • Democratic National Committee—1956—Materials from Research Division and Democratic Fact Sheets
      [1 of 2]

Box 83

      [2 of 2]
  • Democratic National Committee—1957—Materials from Research Division and Democratic Fact Sheets
  • Democratic National Committee—1958—Democratic Fact Sheets
  • Democratic National Convention—Chicago, 1956
  • Democratic Party of Wisconsin—Democratic State Central Committee, October 24, 1957
  • Democratic Party of Wisconsin—District Dinners
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Democratic Party of Wisconsin—7th District Democratic Dinner, April 24, 1954
  • Democratic Party of Wisconsin—[James E.]Doyle—Voter Identification
  • Democratic Party of Wisconsin—Election Analysis, 1956
  • Democratic Party of Wisconsin—Election Laws Committee, 1957
  • Democratic Party of Wisconsin—Election Laws—Wisconsin
  • Democratic Party of Wisconsin—Election Results—Minneapolis Presidential Primary, March 1956
  • Democratic Party of Wisconsin—Election Results, November 1956
  • Democratic Party of Wisconsin—Election Returns, 1956
  • Democratic Party of Wisconsin—Endorsements
  • Democratic Party of Wisconsin—Farm Bill—William Proxmire
  • Democratic Party of Wisconsin—Farm Conference, Merrill, March 1956

Box 84

  • Democratic Party of Wisconsin—Farm Conference, Viroqua, November 1955
  • Democratic Party of Wisconsin—Finance Campaign— (Material from Michigan)
  • Democratic Party of Wisconsin—Finance Chairmen, State, 1954-1955
  • Democratic Party of Wisconsin—Finance Committee, 1956 Campaign
  • Democratic Party of Wisconsin—Finance Reports, 1955-1956
  • Democratic Party of Wisconsin—Finance Reports, 1956-1957
  • Democratic Party of Wisconsin—Finances—Material for Proxmire Gubernatorial Campaign, 1954—“Budget: Surplus-Deficit”
  • Democratic Party of Wisconsin—Finances—Material for Proxmire Gubernatorial Campaign, 1954—“Dairy Products-90% Price Supports”
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]

Box 85

  • Democratic Party of Wisconsin—Finances—Material for Proxmire Gubernatorial Campaign, 1954—“Encourage Wisconsin Industry”
  • Democratic Party of Wisconsin—Finances—Material for Proxmire Gubernatorial Campaign, 1954—“Income and Surtax”
  • Democratic Party of Wisconsin—Finances—Material for Proxmire Gubernatorial Campaign, 1954—“Privilege Dividend Tax”
  • Democratic Party of Wisconsin—Finances—Material for Proxmire Gubernatorial Campaign, 1954—“Property Taxes”
  • Democratic Party of Wisconsin—Finances—Material for Proxmire Gubernatorial Campaign, 1954—“Selected Sales Tax”
  • Democratic Party of Wisconsin—Finances—Material for Proxmire Gubernatorial Campaign, 1954—“Tax Evasion and Penalties”
  • Denver Democratic Forum—Remarks of James G. Patton, February 1957
  • Eagles Club [photograph of Philleo Nash at Eagles Club, Milwaukee, February 1956]
  • Effective Citizens Organization
  • Effective Congress—National Committee for an Effective Congress, November 1955
  • Gerrymander [bills, correspondence, fact sheets, memoranda, notes, 1955]
  • Gerrymander—News Clippings, 1955
  • Get-out-the-Vote Program, 1956
  • Government Contracts—President’s Committee on Government Contracts [newsletters, pamphlets and releases]
  • Government Operations—Senate Committee on Government Operations—Activities of
  • “How Wisconsin Voted, 1848-1954,” Bureau of Government, University of Wisconsin—Extension Division, 1956
  • “The Informer” by Frank Donner—Reprint from The Nation, April 10, 1954
  • Israel [Milwaukee Journal, December 18, 1955, “Two Sides of the Israel-Arab Feud”]
  • Issues—1956 Campaign—Inactive File—Rod Riley
  • Issues—1956 Campaign—Inactive—Statements by Proxmire—Finance and Education

Box 86

  • Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, 1954--Washington, DC
  • Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, 1955 [also has Milwaukee Braves baseball ticket stub]
  • Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, 1956
  • Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, 1957
  • Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, 1958--Milwaukee
  • Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner—Programs to be Forwarded to President Harry S. Truman
  • “Jenny for President,” Script, 1956 [Women’s National Democratic Club of Washington, DC]
  • Johnson, Lyndon B.—84th Congress, Legislative Record
  • King, Arthur Rodney—Confidence Man
  • Kohler Strike, 1954-1955
  • Kohler, Walter J. [news clippings, reports and memoranda regarding national highway construction]
  • Kuehn, Philip—Debate with Philleo Nash—Labor-Catlin Bill Kurtz Committee on Endorsements, 1957

Box 87

  • Labor Day Rally—Truman Dinner, Milwaukee, September 3, 1956
  • List of Officers—Democratic Party of Wisconsin [Democratic State Chairmen; U.S. Senatorial Candidates, 1956; and Chairmen of Standing Committees of U.S. Senate]
  • Lieutenant Governor Campaign Material
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • Lieutenant Governor Campaign Material—Car Top Display Blueprints
  • Lieutenant Governor Campaign Material—Itinerary, 1958 (August- September)
  • Lieutenant Governor Campaign Material—Itinerary, 1958 (October)
  • Lieutenant Governor Campaign Material—Radio Proposals
  • Lieutenant Governor Campaign, 1958—Certificate of Election
  • Lieutenant Governor Campaign, 1958—Correspondence-Old (December 1957-September 1958)
  • Lieutenant Governor Campaign, 1958—Correspondence (September 1958)
  • Lieutenant Governor Campaign, 1958—Correspondence— Congratulations on Primary, September 1958
  • Lieutenant Governor Campaign, 1958—Correspondence—Invitations, Personal, 1958-1959
  • Lieutenant Governor Campaign, 1958—Correspondence—Personal for Transfer
  • Lieutenant Governor Campaign, 1958—Election Statistics—Report of the County Board of Election Commissioners, Milwaukee, 1958
  • Lieutenant Governor Campaign, 1958—News Clippings—Nash Visit to Glidden, Wisconsin (Scene of Nash Lumber Operation)

Box 88

  • Lieutenant Governor Campaign, 1958—News Clippings—Joseph P. Kamp’s Pamphlet Attacking Democrats
  • Lieutenant Governor Campaign, 1958—News Clippings—Governor Thomson
  • Lieutenant Governor Campaign, 1958—News Clippings for Speech Material
  • Lieutenant Governor Campaign, 1958—News Release Material (Organization and Correspondence)
  • Lieutenant Governor Campaign, 1958—News Releases—Dailies, February 14-July 31
  • Lieutenant Governor Campaign, 1958—News Releases—Dailies, August 1-October 19
  • Lieutenant Governor Campaign, 1958—News Releases—Weeklies, June 22-September 15
  • Lieutenant Governor Campaign, 1958—News Releases and Other Campaign Material
  • Lieutenant Governor Campaign, 1958—News Releases Regarding Announcement of Candidacy, May 27, 1958
  • Lieutenant Governor Campaign, 1958—New Releases Regarding Ken Traeger and Glen Madison Candidacies, June 28, 1958
  • Lieutenant Governor Campaign, 1958—Nomination Paper Receipts and Other Filings
  • Lieutenant Governor Campaign, 1958—Other Candidates
  • Lieutenant Governor Campaign, 1958—Political Money Raising— Personal
  • Lieutenant Governor Campaign, 1958—Republic Platform, 1958
  • Lieutenant Governor Campaign, 1958—Roll Calls for Wisconsin Legislature
  • Lieutenant Governor Campaign, 1958—Speaking Dates
  • Lieutenant Governor Campaign, 1958—Speech Drafts
  • Lieutenant Governor Campaign, 1958—Speech Material—“Facts about Philleo Nash,” Notes
  • Lieutenant Governor Campaign, 1958—Speech Material and News Clippings Regarding Cheese “Windfall”—Wausau trial
  • Lieutenant Governor Campaign, 1958—Speech Material and News Clippings Regarding Milton Eisenhower’s Use of Military Planes
  • Lieutenant Governor Campaign, 1958—Speech Material and News Clippings Regarding” Bernard Goldfine

Box 89

  • Lieutenant Governor Campaign, 1958—Speech Material and Miscellaneous News Clippings
  • Lieutenant Governor Campaign, 1958—Speech Material--Pledges
  • Lieutenant Governor Campaign, 1958—Speech Material—Puerto Rico
  • Lieutenant Governor Campaign, 1958—Speech Material—Repeal by Appointment
  • Lieutenant Governor Campaign, 1958—Speech Material--Trujillo
  • Lieutenant Governor Campaign, 1958—Strengths
  • Lieutenant Governor Campaign, 1958—Strengths—7th District
  • Lieutenant Governor and Governor Election Clippings—Gaylord Nelson’s Campaign—Taxes and Taxation—Election
  • Lieutenant Governor and Governor Election Clippings—Gaylord Nelson’s Post-Campaign Statements
  • Lieutenant Governor and Governor Election Clippings—Inaugural Clippings
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • Lieutenant Governor and Governor Election Clippings, May 1958- April 1959
  • Lieutenant Governor and Governor Election Clippings, June-November, 1958
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]

Box 90

      [3 of 3]
  • Lieutenant Governor and Governor Election Clippings—Primary Clippings
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • Lieutenant Governor and Governor Election—Votes Cast at the General Election, November 4, 1958 for State Officers, U.S. Senator and Members of the U.S. House of Representatives
  • McCarthy, Senator Joseph R.—Death of Senator McCarthy— News Clippings, May 2, 1957
  • McCarthy, Senator Joseph R.—Resolution for Removal—Statement by Senator Ralph E. Flanders (R.-VT)
  • Metzner, Bill—June 1957
  • Michigan Declaration
  • Milwaukee Conference, February 1957
  • Milwaukee County Labor Council
  • Milwaukee Public Library—Television Show, 1947
  • Milwaukee Reports
  • Mobile Travel Guide
  • “Moss Scandal”—DPW—Wood County
  • NAACP and Civil Rights
  • Nash Committees
  • National Capital Democratic Club

Box 91

  • New Clippings—General—Political, 1952
  • New Clippings—General—Political, 1955-1957
  • News Letters—DPW—Democratic Newsletter, Wauwatosa, December 1956 and April 1, 1957
  • News Letters—DPW—Officers Newsletter, 1955-1957
  • News Letters—DPW—The 13th Ward Democrat (Milwaukee) Newsletter
  • One Hundred for One Hundred Club
  • Photographs
  • “Platform, The Democratic”—DNC, 1956
  • Platforms—Democratic and Republican, 1954--Complete
  • Platforms—Democratic and Republican, 1956--Wisconsin
  • Platform Committee, 1956 [correspondence and reports]
  • Platform Convention, 1956
  • Platform, 1956
  • Platform Statement on Education—Democratic Party of Michigan
  • Pledge Plan, 1957
  • Polls—Voting
  • Post Office [letter from Senator Olin D. Johnston, Chairman, Committee on Post Office and Civil Service, Regarding Postmastership at] Butternut, Wisconsin, March 1, 1956]
  • Preferential Primary—Election Results, June 1956
  • Preferential Primary—New Clippings—Vote Strengths of Stevenson, Kefauver and Harriman
  • Preferential Primary—Wisconsin, 1956
  • Primary and General Election Information, 1946, 1952, 1956 [also has 1957 and 1958]
  • Proxmire—Equal Time
  • Proxmire VS. Nikolay
  • Proxmire, William—Mail
  • Publications—[cross reference sheet]
  • Publications—Democratic Digest,[monthly issues] May 1954; November and December 1955

Box 92

  • Publications—Democratic Digest, [monthly issues] January-April, 1956
  • Publications—Democratic Digest, [monthly issues] June-September, 1956
  • Publications—Democratic Digest, [monthly issues] February-June, 1957
  • Publications—Democratic Digest, [monthly issues] July 1957-March 1958 [not including August 1957 or February 1958]
  • Publications—New Republic, December 9 and 16, 1957
  • Radio—TV Fund
  • Resolutions
  • Reuss, Congressman Henry--Photographs
  • Roll Call, Wisconsin Legislature, 1953 and 1955
  • Seventh Congressional District Campaign
  • Small Business Conference
  • Special Election (U.S. Senate), 1957—Ballot Mix Up, News Clippings
  • Special Election (U.S. Senate), 1957—Ballot Mix Up, Wood County
  • Special Election (U.S. Senate), 1957—Campaign Material

Box 93

  • Special Election (U.S. Senate), 1957—Congratulatory Letters and Telegrams
  • Special Election (U.S. Senate), 1957—Congratulatory Notes
  • Special Election (U.S. Senate), 1957—Correspondence--Candidacy of [Henry] Reuss, [Henry] Maier and [Gaylord] Nelson
  • Special Election (U.S. Senate), 1957—Correspondence--Candidacy of [Clement J.] Zablocki and [William] Proxmire
  • Special Election (U.S. Senate), 1957—Cost and Ideas for Special U.S. Senate Election
  • Special Election (U.S. Senate), 1957—Erroneous Ballots
  • Special Election (U.S. Senate), 1957—General Organizational Material
  • Special Election (U.S. Senate), 1957—History of Special Senatorial Elections
  • Special Election (U.S. Senate), 1957—Mail, Current
  • Special Election (U.S. Senate), 1957—News Clippings
  • Special Election (U.S. Senate), 1957—Operation Sounding Board
  • Special Election (U.S. Senate), 1957—Plan of Operations
  • Special Election (U.S. Senate), 1957—Radio and TV Fund Expenditures
  • Special Election (U.S. Senate), 1957—Releases by Proxmire
  • Special Election (U.S. Senate), 1957—Republican Candidates— Biographical Sketches, News Clippings, Congressional Quarterly July 19, 1957
  • Special Election (U.S. Senate), 1957—Statements by Nash
  • Special Election (U.S. Senate), 1957—Strength and Polling
  • Special Election (U.S. Senate), 1957—Voter Preference Surveys— Ballots
  • Speech Material
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]

Box 94

  • Speech—Writing
  • State Chairman—Campaign, 1955—Acceptance Speech
  • State Chairman—Campaign, 1955—Campaign Material
  • State Chairman—Campaign, 1955—Correspondence, August 1955- January 1956
  • State Chairman—Campaign, 1955—Correspondence—Congratulations on Election, October 1955
  • State Chairman—Campaign, 1955—Larkin, Edwin et al—Letter Supporting Philleo Nash
  • State Chairman—Campaign, 1955-- Larkin, Edwin et al—News Releases Regarding Letter Supporting Nash
  • State Chairman—Campaign, 1955—Milwaukee Committee Letter Supporting Nash
  • State Chairman—Campaign, 1955—News Clippings, July-October
  • State Chairman—Campaign, 1955—News Releases and Literature
  • State Chairman—Campaign, 1955—Northern Wisconsin Committee Letter Supporting Nash
  • State Chairman—Campaign, 1955—Photographs of Nash at Maryland Hotel, September 1955
  • State Chairman—Campaign, 1955—“The Wood County Story”— Supporting Nash
  • State Chairman—Campaign, 1955—Zenoff, [Ben] and Truman Letters Supporting Nash
  • State Chairman—Campaign for Re-election, 1957—Campaign Organization
  • State Chairman—Campaign for Re-election, 1957—Correspondence
  • State Chairman—Campaign for Re-election, 1957—Expenses
  • State Chairman—Campaign for Re-election, 1957—News Clippings
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]

Box 95

  • State Chairman—Campaign for Re-election, 1957—News Clippings— Madison, Capital Times
  • State Chairman—Campaign for Re-election, 1957—Speech
  • State Chairman—Campaign for Re-election, 1957—Strength
  • State Chairman—Campaign for Re-election, 1957—Sympathy Mail
  • State Chairman—Campaign for Re-election, 1957—[Helen] Treutel Correspondence
  • Stevenson, Adlai E.—Speeches of, 1957
  • Stevenson-Kefauver Committee of Wisconsin, 1956
  • Stevenson-Kefauver Regional Meeting—Sioux City, Iowa, August 29, 1956
  • Sucher--Personal
  • Tax—Governor’s Committee on Income Tax Simplification, Majority And Minority Reports, December 1958; Background for Bill No. S.621 (Submitted to Governor Vernon Thompson)
  • Taxes—CIO Pamphlet, 1956
  • Truman, Harry S.—General File
  • Truman Library--Dedication, Independence, Missouri—News Clippings, July 6, 1957 [and memorabilia]
  • Vote in Largely Negro Assembly Districts—New York State
  • Wisconsin Annotations, 1950 [cross reference sheet]
  • Wisconsin Democrat--Contest
  • Wisconsin Democrat, Inc.
  • Wisconsin Legislature—Roll Call on 1957 Session of Wisconsin Legislature, Capital Times, December 3, 1957 (Bill 576 A)
  • “Wisconsin Senate and Assembly—Journal—Index, 1957” [cross reference sheet]
  • Wisconsin State Historical Society
  • Wisconsin State Historical Society—Project
  • Wisconsin Statutes, 1957 [cross reference sheet]
  • Wisconsin, University of—“Essentials of Progress,” Inaugural Address, C.A. Elvehjem, October 9, 1958
  • Wood County 1956 Campaign

Box 96

  • Acknowledgements
  • Addresses
  • Administration, Department of
  • Airport—Master Plan for a Central Wisconsin Airport, 1960
  • American Legion—Grand Army Home at King, Wisconsin, June 21, 1959
  • Aminotriazole [chemical used for killing weeds]
      [1 of 4]
      [2 of 4]
      [3 of 4]

Box 97

      [4 of 4]
  • Anthropological Society—Central State Meeting, May 14-16, 1959
  • Assembly for Eastern Dane County, Primary
  • Association on American Indian Affairs
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • Attorney General—State of Wisconsin—Informal Opinion—Food and Lodging, Legislators
  • Boat Registration—Application of Philleo Nash, 1960
  • Branch Banking
  • Budget and Accounts—State of Wisconsin, 1959—Wisconsin State Budget In Brief
  • Budget Executive
  • Budget—Executive Budget Bill, 106A, Senate Amendment 2S
  • Budget—Governor’s Budget Message, Minnesota and Michigan, 1959-1961

Box 98

  • Budget—Governor’s Budget Message, Wisconsin, 1959
  • Budget Hearing—Highway Committee Statement
  • Callers Log—January-March, 1960
  • Callers Log—April-June [July], 1960
  • Callers Log—August-November, 1960
  • Cancer Drive
  • Circus World Museum—Opening, Juneau County Democrats, Elroy— Information
  • Citizenship—Patriotism, Democracy, Etc.
  • Civil Defense Meeting and Material
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]

Box 99

  • Civil Liberties
  • Civil Rights, 1958-February 1959—Includes Second Governor’s Conference on Civil Rights, Detroit, January 30, 1959
  • Civil Rights, 1959-60
  • Civil Rights—Governor’s Conference on Civil Rights, April 4, 1960
  • Civil Rights—Speech by Representative [Talbot] Field of Arkansas
  • Commissioner of Indian Affairs
  • Congratulations and Nomination Notes
  • Congratulatory Form Letters—Wisconsin Election, 1958, A-K

Box 100

  • Congratulatory Form Letter—Wisconsin Election, 1958, L-Z
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Cranberry Controversy, 1959
  • Cranberry Night—Milwaukee Braves Baseball Game—Photographs
  • Crew—Full Crew Legislation
  • Defense Procurement—Economic Aspects of Military Procurement and Supply…,1960
  • Democratic Advisory Council—Advisory Committee on Civil Rights— Meeting, April 22, 1960
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Democratic Advisory Council—Advisory Committee on Civil Rights— Replies to Platform Draft
  • Democratic Advisory Council—Civil Rights Draft for Platform Committee, Democratic National Convention, 1960
  • Democratic Advisory Council—Members of the Advisory Council, the Administrative Committee and the Advisory Committee, 1960
  • Democratic Advisory Council—News Clipping—Philleo and Sally Nash, Washington Post, May 23, 1960

Box 101

  • Democratic Advisory Council—News Releases and Members of Advisory Council
  • Democratic Advisory Council—Policy Statements, 1957-1960
      [1 of 4; Index]
      [2 of 4]
      [3 of 4]
      [4 of 4]
  • Democratic Club, National Capital—List of Officers and Committees
  • Democratic Digest, 1957-1958 and Copy of 1956 Democratic Platform
  • Democratic National Committee—Democratic Programs for Action
  • Democratic National Committee—The Farmer-Consumer Story: Robbing Peter and Fleecing Paul,” Pamphlet—Eisenhower-Benson Farm Program, 1956
  • Democratic National Committee—Public Affairs Division, Campaign Publicity Tips for 1958
  • Democratic National Committee—Publicity Division

Box 102

  • Democratic National Committee—Research Division [“Facts for Victory in ‘60”]
  • Democratic National Convention, Los Angeles, 1960
      [1of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Democratic National Convention, Los Angeles, 1960—Humphrey for President
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • Democratic National Convention, Los Angeles, 1960—Humphrey for President—News Clippings
  • Democratic National Convention, Los Angeles, 1960—Humphrey for President—News Releases
      [1 of 4]

Box 103

      [2 of 4]
      [3 of 4]
      [4 of 4]
  • Democratic National Convention, Los Angeles, 1960—Kennedy Presidential Material
  • Democratic National Convention, Los Angeles, 1960—Personal Democratic Fact Books
  • Democratic National Convention, Los Angeles, 1960—Republican Statements and Quotes
  • Democratic National Convention, Los Angeles, 1960—Stevenson [Adlai]
  • Democratic National Convention, Los Angeles, 1960—Symington, Stuart
  • Democratic National Convention, Los Angeles, 1960—Wisconsin Delegation—News Clippings
  • Democrats—1960 Presidential Election—Farmers for Kennedy- Johnson—News Releases, 1960
  • Democrats—1960 Presidential Election—Wisconsin Primary— News Clippings
  • Democrats—1960 Presidential Election—Wisconsin Primary, After the—News Clippings

Box 104

  • Democrats—Democratic Mid-West Conference, Milwaukee, 1959
  • Democrats—Democratic Party of Wisconsin (DPW)—Address List
  • Democrats—DPW—Administrative Committee—Minutes and Miscellaneous News Letters, 1959-1960
  • Democrats—DPW—Democratic State Central Committee
  • Democrats—DPW—Financial Reports, 1959
  • Democrats—DPW—Handbook for County Officers
  • Democrats—DPW—Jefferson-Jackson Dinner, May 23, 1959
  • Democrats—DPW—Reynolds, John W. Jr.—Democratic Candidate for Attorney General, 1958
  • Democrats—DPW—Seventh District Democratic Party
  • Democrats—DPW—State Convention, Milwaukee, November 13-15, 1959
  • Democrats—DPW—State Convention, Milwaukee, 1960
  • Democrats—DPW—State Democratic Platforms, 1958-1960
  • Democrats—DPW—Wisconsin Democrat, 1954-1958
  • Democrats—DPW—Wisconsin Presidential Primary, 1960
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Democrats—DPW—Wisconsin State Senate Campaign, 1960

Box 105

  • Democrats—DPW—Wisconsin State Programs—Agriculture, Conservation and Water Resources
  • Democrats—DPW—Young Democrats
  • Eagles—Application for Membership, June 1960
  • Education—Background and Research Studies by the Joint Staff of the Coordinating Committee for Higher Education [cross reference sheet]
  • Employment Letters, 1958-1960
  • Ethics in Government—Report by the Minnesota Governor’s Committee on Ethics in Government, 1959
  • Executive Office Releases, 1960
      [1 of 6]
      [2 of 6]
      [3 of 6]
      [4 of 6]
      [5 of 6]

Box 106

      [6 of 6]
  • Executive Office Releases and Related Materials, 1960
  • Farm—Information
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Farm Material [cross reference sheet for notebook containing news clippings…]
  • Fund for the Republic—Mike Wallace Interviews—“Survival and Freedom”
  • Fund for the Republic—Publications—Bulletins, Pamphlets and Reports
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]

Box 107

  • Governor Gaylord Nelson—Budget (State College)
  • Governor Gaylord Nelson—Budget (State Historical Society)
  • Governor Gaylord Nelson—Building Program (State Colleges)
  • Governor Gaylord Nelson—1959 Wisconsin State Building Program
  • Governor Gaylord Nelson—Papers and Statements—Bills Signed
  • Governor Gaylord Nelson—Papers and Statements, 1958-1959—Extras
  • Governor Gaylord Nelson—Program Materials
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Governor Gaylord Nelson—Speech at Wisconsin Democratic Party State Convention, June 25, 1960
  • Governor’s Conference—Puerto Rico, August 3-5, 1959
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Gubernatorial Appointments
  • Histories (Governor and Lieutenant Governor)
  • Little Rock—The Untold Story, Saturday Evening Post, May 23, 1959
  • Live Stock Exposition, Junior—Photograph [cross reference sheet]
  • Members of Congress, Executive Officers, Members of Senate and Assembly and Holdovers (by Districts)
  • Memoranda—January 1959-July 1960

Box 108

  • Menominee County—Correspondence Regarding Bills to Create Menominee County
  • Menominee Indians—Correspondence, Press Releases, 1958
  • Menominee Indians—Correspondence with Mrs. Constance W. Deer
  • Menominee Indians—Plan for Termination of Federal Control of Menominee Indian Tribe [by Fairchild, Foley and Sammond, Attorney’s for Termination]
  • Menominee Indians—Study Committee
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • Menominee Indians—Study Committee, Wisconsin Legislative Council [meeting, April 18, 1959, Kashena, Wisconsin]

Box 109

  • Metropolitan Builder’s Association—Speech Material, September 17, 1959
  • Michigan—This is Michigan, Pamphlet, 1958
  • Milwaukee Public Schools—Manual and Roster, 1960-1961
  • Organization of Federal Executive Departments and Agencies [U.S. Senate Committee on Government Operations, 1960]
  • Passes [complimentary passes for Philleo Nash, 1958-60]
  • Precedents of the Legislature
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Proxmire [Senator William—bills, correspondence, news releases, 1958]
  • Racine Street Widening, June 1960

Box 110

  • Requests for Departmental Action, 1959
  • Research Report—Laboratory for Research in Social Relations, University of Minnesota, 1960
  • Resolution 39S Commending Philleo Nash as President of the Senate
  • Science—Technology, 1959
  • Society for Applied Anthropology—Annual Meeting, 1960, at the University of Pittsburgh—Symposium on Economic Development and the American Indian
  • Society for Applied Anthropology—Letter, William F. Whyte, Editor, Human Relations to Philleo Nash, May 18, 1959
  • Society for Applied Anthropology—Papers Presented at Symposium— Materials Regarding Menominee Indians
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • State Governments—The Council of State Governments, 1960
  • Superior Folder—St. Lawrence Seaway, Etc.
  • Taconite
  • Taxes (Dummy Corporation Bonds)

Box 111

  • Taxes (Withholding, Sales, Etc.)—Material
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • Taxes (Withholding, Sales, Etc.)—Speeches
  • Taxes and Aids, State of Wisconsin, 1958
  • Taxpayers—Wisconsin Taxpayers Alliance
  • Towns—Wisconsin Town Association
  • Traffic—Interstate Safety
  • Traffic Safety—Legislative Conference on Street and Highway Traffic Safety, 1958 [cross reference sheet]
  • Treutel, [Arthur H.—Democratic Party of Wood County Wisconsin]
  • Truman, Harry S.—Appearance, Nelson Dinner, December 3, 1959
  • Truman, Harry S.—Article, “The Day Ike Snubbed Me,” Look, May 24, 1960
  • Truman, Harry S.—Dissertation Regarding Speeches of Harry S. Truman [cross reference sheet]
  • Truman, Harry S.—Truman Diamond Jubilee, DNC, 1959
  • Un-American Activities Committee [speech regarding abolition of House Committee on Un-American activities by Representative James Roosevelt (California) 1960]
  • United Nations—Speeches
  • University of Wisconsin—College Scholarships, Reports
  • University of Wisconsin—Estimated Enrollment 1959-1962, 1970-1971

Box 112

  • University of Wisconsin—Memorandum on Current and Future of Wisconsin Building—Governor’s Budget Hearing, 1958
  • University of Wisconsin—Proposed Budget, 1959-1961 Biennium
  • University of Wisconsin—Survey of Physical Facilities at State Colleges and University of Wisconsin—Proposed Building Program, 1959-1961
  • University of Wisconsin—University Hospitals, Proposed Budget, 1959-1961 Biennium
  • Urban Renewal [reports]
  • Veterans (Organizations, Administration, State Department)
  • Voting Records—Davis, Congressman Glen, April 22, 1947-1952
  • Voting Records—Laird, Congressman Melvin, 1953-1956
  • Voting Records—O’Konski, Congressman Alvin E., 1953-1955
  • Voting Records—Zablocki, Congressman Clement J., 1959-1960
  • Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters—Budget Requests, 1959-1961

Box 113

  • Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters—Transactions of, Volume XLIV
  • Wisconsin Committee for World Refugee Year
      [1 of 4]
      [2 of 4]
      [3 of 4]
      [4 of 4]
  • Wisconsin Election, November 4, 1958—Votes Cast for Governor, U.S. Senator, State Senators and Assemblymen
  • Wisconsin Legislative Reference Library—Legislative Procedure, Appeal for a Decision of the Chair in a Tie Vote
  • Wisconsin Legislative Reference Library—Mechanics of Disposal of all Measures Prior to Sine Die Adjournment for an Extended Period and Joint Resolution Adjourning the Legislature
  • Wisconsin Legislative Reference Library—Lieutenant Governor— Acting Governor—Duties and Rules

Box 114

  • World Refugee Year
      [1 of 5]
      [2 of 5]
      [3 of 5]
      [4 of 5]
      [5 of 5]
  • Writings of Philleo Nash [“Terminating the Menominees,” Indian Affairs, November 1959]

Box 115

  • Bitker, Bruno V.
  • C
  • D
  • E
  • F
  • G
  • H
  • I

Box 116

  • J
  • K
  • L
  • Lake, James L., Jr.
  • M
  • N
  • O
  • P
  • R
  • S

Box 117

  • T
  • U
  • V
  • W
  • Y
  • Z
  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • E
  • F
  • G

Box 118

  • H
  • I [empty]
  • J
  • K
  • L
  • M
  • N
  • O
  • P
  • Q [empty]
  • R

Box 119

  • S
  • T
  • Truman, Harry S. (1958-1960)
  • U
  • V
  • W
  • XYZ
  • A-B
  • C-D
  • Cosmos Club
  • F
  • G
  • H
  • K-L
  • M
  • O-P
  • R
  • S
  • Smith-Shklarski
  • T-Z

Box 120

  • A
  • B
  • C
  • Cosmos Club (Bulletins)
  • D
  • F
  • G
  • H
  • I [empty]
  • J
  • K
  • L
  • M
  • N [missing]
  • O
  • P
  • Q [empty]
  • R
  • S
  • T
  • U
  • V
  • W
  • X-Z

Box 121

  • October 1958-February 1959
  • March-April, 1959
  • May-June, 1959
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • July-August, 1959
  • September –December 1959

Box 122

  • January-March, 1960
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • April-May, 1960
  • June-July, 1960
  • August-December, 1960

Box 123

  • Legislation, 1959
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Legislation—Agriculture Bill, 657,S
  • Legislation—Bill Analysis, Assembly
  • Legislation—Bill Analysis, Senate
  • Legislation—Bills Enrolled
  • Legislation—Education Bills
  • Legislation—Water Bills
  • Legislative Committee Action—Stevens Point Chamber of Commerce
  • Legislative Program
  • Legislative Proposals
  • Legislative Records, 1959-60
  • Legislative Service, 1959—Prepared by the Wisconsin Taxpayer Alliance
  • Legislator’s—Lobbying, Etc.
  • Members of 1959 Legislature Alphabetical List, November 1958 Senate and Assembly
  • Nominating Committee Recommendations for Legislative Council Committees
  • Petitions, December 1958-July 1959
  • Requests for Legislative Action
  • Senate Rules, Wisconsin
  • Wisconsin State Broadcasting Service—Wisconsin Legislative Forum, 1959

Box 124

  • Campaign Expenses, Primary, 1960—From the Secretary of State
  • Campaign Material
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Campaign, 1960—Acknowledgements—Contributions, Committee
  • Campaign, 1960—Correspondence—Invitations, August—Itinerary
  • Campaign, 1960-- Correspondence—Invitations, September--Itinerary
  • Campaign, 1960-- Correspondence—Invitations, October—Itinerary
  • Campaign, 1960—Miscellaneous
  • Campaign, 1960—Philleo Nash
  • Distribution of Brochures and Posters

Box 125

  • Douglas, Helen Gaghagan—Party—Milwaukee—Invitation List
  • Itinerary—Materials
  • Kenosha—List of Campaign Workers in Kenosha
  • News Clippings—Announcement for Re-election, Philleo Nash
  • News Clippings—For Use in Campaign
  • News Clippings—General Election
  • News Clippings—Hales Corners (Wisconsin), July 5
  • News Clippings—Miscellaneous, October 1960
  • News Clippings—Pink Sheets
  • News Clippings—Pink Sheets and Others
  • News Clippings—Primary Results
  • News Clippings—Primary Totals
  • News Release—Copy of Speech by Philleo Nash
  • Nomination Papers for 1960
  • Notebook [cross reference sheet]
  • Personal Political Organization Pink Sheets Campaign—Letters, 1960
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Speaking Engagements and Campaign, August 1960
  • Statement by Nash Regarding Charges of Disloyalty

Box 126

  • News Clippings—1959, January-March
  • News Clippings—1959, April-June
  • News Clippings—1959, July-September
  • News Clippings—1959, October-December
  • News Clippings—1959, November [regarding cranberries]
  • News Clippings—1960, January-February
  • News Clippings—1960, March-April
  • News Clippings—1960, May-June
  • News Clippings—1960, July-August
  • News Clippings—1960, September-October

127

  • News Clippings—Adams, Sherman, 1958
  • News Clippings—Democratic Meetings, 1959—General
  • News Clippings— Lieutenant Governor—Miscellaneous Statements
  • News Clippings—Miscellaneous, 1958-1960
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • News Clippings— Personal
  • News Clippings— Presidential Primary
  • News Clippings— Proxmire Campaign—General
  • News Clippings—Senate and Assembly, January 1959-August 1959
  • News Clippings—Summit Conference, U-2 Incident, 1960
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • News Clippings—Taconite, May 31, 1956-April 14, 1959
  • News Clippings— Union Endorsements, July 1958

Box 128

  • News Clippings—Wisconsin News Items—Big Foot High School Dedication, April 1960
  • News Clippings— Wisconsin News Items—Circus World Museum Dedication, July 1959
  • News Clippings— Wisconsin News Items—Grand Army Home— King, Wisconsin, June 1959
  • News Clippings— Wisconsin News Items—Industrial Development, Northern Wisconsin
  • News Clippings— Wisconsin News Items—Labor—Milwaukee Labor Speech, May 1959
  • News Clippings— Wisconsin News Items—Lakeland College Commencement, June 1959
  • News Clippings— Wisconsin News Items—Public Service Commission, Chairman—Schimenz Nomination, April 1959
  • News Clippings— Wisconsin News Items—Supreme Court Justice Campaign, January 1959—Bitker, Bruno
  • News Clippings— Wisconsin News Items—Two Rivers Snow Festival, July 1959
  • News Clippings— Wisconsin News Items—Vandalism Bill—The Vote, July 1959
  • News Clippings— Wisconsin News Items—Various Items, August 1959
  • News Letters—Colleges (Publications and Reports), 1959-1960
  • News Letters—Governmental Affairs Bulletin, Wisconsin State Chamber of Commerce [January 23, 1959-September 30, 1970]
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • News Letters—The Great Lakes Newsletter, Great Lakes Commission, 1959-1960
  • News Letters—I.U.D. [Industrial Union Department]—Digests and Fact Sheets
  • News Letters—League of Women Voters Material
  • News Letters—Legislative News—Wisconsin State AFL-CIO, 1959
  • News Letters—Legislative Reference Library, State of Wisconsin
  • News Letters—NAACP—The Washington Scene and The NAACP by W. Montogue Cobb
  • News Letters—National Farmers Union Washington Newsletter
  • News Letters—State Government News, 1959-1969

Box 129

  • News Letters—Washington Legislative Bulletins, 1958-1960
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • News Letters—Wisconsin Building Construction News, 1959-1960
  • News Letters—Wisconsin Federation of Conservation Clubs—
  • News and Views, 1959-1960
  • News Letters—The Wisconsin Tax News, 1958-1960
  • News Letters—Wisconsin Weekly and Semi-Weekly Newspapers, 1959
  • News Releases—1958, March-August
  • News Releases—1958, September-November
  • News Releases—1959, January-December

Box 130

  • News Releases—1960, January-October [includes a 1952 letter]
  • Publications—DNC—Democratic Fact Book
  • Publications [cross reference sheet]
  • After-Dinner Speech
  • Agriculture (Dairy, Etc.)
  • Biographies (People, Associations, Etc.)
  • Captive Nations
  • Civil Rights—National Speech Material
  • Commemorative Occasions—Flag Day
  • Commemorative Occasions—Independence Day, Memorial Day
  • Commencement and College Speeches
  • Conservation—(School Forests)
  • Conservation—(State of Wisconsin)

Box 131

  • Conservation (Water Resources)
  • Conservation—Wisconsin Soil Conservation Materials
  • Constitution, Bill of Rights
  • Counties (General Information)
  • County Clerks, Wisconsin, 1960
  • Economy (National)
  • Education—Academic Freedom—Meiklejohn’s Address
  • Education—Federal Aid, Etc.
  • Education—Wisconsin
  • Electric Cooperatives
  • Farm Legislation, 1959-1960 (Box Lewis)
  • Farm Pamphlets—Lewis and Decker
  • Farm Program—Governor Gaylord Nelson—Success, Etc. [empty]
  • Foreign Policy—Speech Material
  • Health—Aging
  • Health—Aging—Medicare
  • Health—Indian Health Reports, 1957-1958—U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare

Box 132

  • Health—Mental Health
  • Highways—Billboards, Aid, Etc.
  • Jobs—Civil Service—Application Forms, Etc.
  • Labor
  • Labor—Steelworkers
  • Menominee Indians
  • Miscellaneous Research (Speeches Given)
  • National Issues—Atomic Stalemate, Civil Rights, Prosperity and Growth
  • Nelson, Governor Gaylord—Miscellaneous and 1958 Campaign
  • Nelson’s Program—General Success
  • Obstructionism—Senate [Wisconsin]
  • Old Age—Welfare
  • Quotations
  • Railroad Brotherhoods
  • References
  • Resources and Industrial Development

Box 133

  • Building Commission—Long Term Plans, Etc.
  • Crime Laboratory—Proposed Revision of Chapter 165
  • Employment Service—Biennial Report, 1956-1958
  • Fair Employment Practices at Work in 12 States
  • Highways—Distribution of State Highway Users Fees
  • Industrial Commission—Biennial Report, 1956-1958
  • Industrial Development in Pennsylvania and Other States
  • Institutions
  • Insurance Commissioner
  • Legislative Council, 1955, Report, Volume VII , Highways, Conclusions and Recommendations
  • Legislative Council—1960, Reports
  • Legislative Reference Library—Report, 1959
  • Legislature—Materials Concerning Legislation
  • Public Lands, Commissioners of—Biennial Fiscal Term Ending June 30, 1958
  • Public Welfare Department
  • Reorganization of Various Departments and Codes
  • Resources, Department of
  • Taxation, Department of—Analysis of 1959-61 Appropriation Request
  • Taxation, Department of—Town Taxes, 1957
  • Taxes—Withholding Tax (Bill)
  • Wisconsin Airports
  • Wisconsin Average Hourly Wages—News Clipping, September 1960

Box 134

  • Metal Engraving of Philleo Nash
  • Phonograph Records
  • Photograph
  • [Appointment as Commissioner]
  • Clippings
  • Correspondence, Personal
  • Democratic Party of Wisconsin
  • Health—U. S. Public Health Service Division of Indian Health— Appropriations, Requests, FY 1961
  • Inaugural Activities, January 20, 1965
  • Invitation File
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Lieutenant Governor’s File
  • Menominee Indians

Box 135

  • Personal—Political, November 1964 Election
  • Personal—Special
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Political File
  • Roosevelt, Eleanor—Memorial Building
  • Speeches
  • State Historical Society of Wisconsin
  • Travel Vouchers, 1964—Personal, Political
  • University of Wisconsin Symposium—Milwaukee, Wisconsin, November 15-17, 1964

Box 136

  • A
  • B
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • C
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • D
  • E

Box 137

  • F
  • G
  • H
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • I
  • J
  • K
  • L

Box 138

  • M
  • Mc
  • N
  • O
  • P
  • Q
  • R

Box 139

  • S
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • T
  • Truman
  • U
  • V
  • W
  • XYZ

Box 140

  • September 21, 1961—N.C.A.I. [National Congress of American Indians] Convention, Lewiston, Idaho
  • October 16, 1961—Superintendent’s Conference, Denver, Colorado
  • March 1962—Oklahoma Trip
  • March 23, 1962—Indian Education Conference, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona
  • April 10, 1962—Indian Rights Association, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • April 23, 1962—New York Academy of Science, New York City
  • April 24, 1962—Department of Anthropology, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut
  • April 26, 1962—Women’s National Democratic Club, Washington, D.C.
  • May 5, 1962—Central States Anthropological Society, St. Louis, Missouri
  • May 7, 1962—Association on American Indian Affairs, New York, New York
  • May 15, 1962—Anthropological Society of Washington
  • May 19, 1962—Wisconsin Associated Press Association, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin
  • June 1, 1962—California League for American Indians
  • June 4, 1962—Eastern Montana College of Education, Billings, Montana
  • June 4, 1962—Billings Montana Rotary Club
  • August 19, 1962—Omaha Powwow, Macy, Nebraska
  • October 15, 1962—Governor’s Interstate Indian Council Meeting, Phoenix, Arizona
  • December 5-7, 1962—University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada

Box 141

  • January 8, 1963—Education Conference, Washington, D.C.
  • January 17, 1963—University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia
  • February 15, 1963—Marlboro College, Marlboro, Vermont
  • March 3, 1963—Sunday Evening Forum, Tucson, Arizona
  • March 8, 1963—N.C.A.I. [National Congress of American Indians] Executive Council Meeting, H.E.W. Building
  • March 8, 1963—American Orthopsychiatric Association, Shoreham Hotel, Washington, D.C.
  • March 21, 1963—Third Annual Navajo Youth Conference, Chinle, Arizona
  • March 22, 1963—Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona
  • April 13, 1963—Inaugural Ceremonies for Navajo Tribal Council, Window Rock, Arizona
  • April 17, 1963—D.A.R. [Daughters of the American Revolution] Breakfast Meeting, Mayflower Hotel, Washington, D.C.
  • June 14, 1963—Wisconsin State College, Eau Claire, Wisconsin
  • June 19, 1963—School of Alcohol Studies, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah
  • July 15-16, 1963—Statement Before a Subcommittee of the House Committee on Interior [and Insular Affairs]
  • July 26, 1963—City Club of Portland, Portland Oregon

Box 142

  • September 14, 1963—Wisconsin Winnebago Business Committee, Black River Falls, Wisconsin
  • October 3, 1963, 1963—Rocky Mountain College, Placement Officers, Denver, Colorado
  • October 13, 1963—Burnell Plant Dedication, Lahuna, New Mexico
  • October 28, 1963—“To Tell the Truth” (TV show)
  • November 2, 1963—Wisconsin Sociological Association, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
  • November 8, 1963—Child Welfare League of America, Inc. New York City, New York
  • November 15, 1963—Alaska Native Brotherhood and Sisterhood, Wrangell, Alaska
  • February 12, 1964—Abraham Lincoln Center, Chicago, Illinois
  • April 6, 1964—University of Rochester, Rochester, New York
  • April 10, 1964—City Club of Cleveland, Cleveland, Ohio
  • April 30, 1964—American Indian Center
  • May 1, 1964—Newcomer’s Symposium
  • May 9-12, 1964—American Indian Capital Conference on Poverty, Washington, D.C.
  • May 26, 1964—Institute of American Indian Arts, Santa Fe, New Mexico
  • May 29, 1964—State, Bureau, Tribal Conference, Santa Fe, New Mexico
  • May 30, 1964—Bay Area Indian Council Festivities, Oakland, California
  • June 1, 1964—Laguna-Acoma Junior High School Grants, New Mexico
  • June 18, 1964—Superintendent’s Conference, Santa Fe, New Mexico

Box 143

  • July 9, 1964—Kiwanis Club, Chicago, Illinois
  • July 24, 1964—Wisconsin State College, River Falls, Wisconsin
  • September 10, 1964—Federal Bar Association
  • September 19, 1964—Kinzua
  • Speeches—Miscellaneous
  • September 23-26, 1964—Governor’s Interstate Indian Council Conference, Denver, Colorado
  • October 5, 1964—AFL-CIO Conference on Poverty, Green Bay, Wisconsin
  • October 19, 1964—Lerman Recognition Dinner, Minneapolis, Minnesota
  • November 4, 1964—Will Rogers Memorial Dedication, Claremore, Oklahoma
  • November 13, 1964—Philadelphia Anthropological Society, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • November 19-22, 1964—American Anthropological Association, Detroit, Michigan
  • January 23-26, 1965—Southwest Poverty Conference, Tucson, Arizona

Box 144

  • March 12, 1965—Conference on Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages, San Diego, California
  • April 29, 1965—Intermountain School Commencement, Brigham, Utah
  • June 18, 1965—Fort Lewis College, Durango, Colorado and June 17, 1965—Fort Apache, Walter Burke Banquet, Milwaukee
  • June 29, 1965—Fisk University, Nashville, Tennessee
  • September 25, 1965—Neah Bay, Job Corps Center
  • October 9, 1965—Boy Scout Ceremony, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin
  • October 15, 1965—Haskell Institute, Lawrence, Kansas
  • October 28, 1965—Safety Management Conference, Chicago, Illinois
  • November 4-5, 1965—N.C.A.I., Scottsdale, Arizona
  • November 26-27, 1965—United Scholarship Service Conference, Cambridge, Massachusetts

Box 145

  • January 14, 1966—Beloit College, Beloit, Wisconsin
  • February 10, 1966—University of South Dakota, Vermillion, South Dakota
  • March 10, 1966—Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]

Box 146

  • Agenda Items
  • Area Redevelopment
  • Arts and Crafts
  • Budget—B.I.A
  • Claims
  • Credit
  • Delegation of Authority
  • Drafts
  • Economic Development
  • Fund for the Republic
  • House Congressional Resolution
  • Kinzua Dam
  • Law and Order
  • Laws Affecting Indians, 86th Congress Maps
  • Meeting Schedules
  • Menominee Termination
  • Minutes of Meetings
  • Organization
  • Pamphlets and Booklets
  • Planning
  • President’s Statements
  • Recommendation Memo
  • Reports Control
  • Sioux Reservation Study
  • Task Force Trips
  • Tribal Funds

Box 147

  • March 5-7, 1962— Area Director’s Conference, Oklahoma City— Agenda
  • March 5-7, 1962— Area Director’s Conference, Oklahoma City— Anadarko, Kiowa
  • March 5-7, 1962— Area Director’s Conference, Oklahoma City— Auto Trip Map and Reservation Map
  • March 5-7, 1962— Area Director’s Conference, Oklahoma City— Cheyenne-Arapaho
  • March 5-7, 1962— Area Director’s Conference, Oklahoma City— Correspondence
      [1 of 4]
      [2 of 4]
      [3 of 4]
      [4 of 4]
  • March 5-7, 1962— Area Director’s Conference, Oklahoma City— F.Y. 1962 Appropriations
  • March 5-7, 1962— Area Director’s Conference, Oklahoma City— Industrial Fact Sheet
  • March 5-7, 1962— Area Director’s Conference, Oklahoma City— Itinerary
  • March 5-7, 1962— Area Director’s Conference, Oklahoma City— Miscellaneous Notes
  • March 5-7, 1962— Area Director’s Conference, Oklahoma City— Organization Chart
  • March 5-7, 1962— Area Director’s Conference, Oklahoma City— Pawhuska, Osage
  • March 5-7, 1962— Area Director’s Conference, Oklahoma City— Pawnee
  • March 5-7, 1962— Area Director’s Conference, Oklahoma City— Personal Inquires, Callers
  • March 5-7, 1962— Area Director’s Conference, Oklahoma City— Potawatomi
  • March 5-7, 1962— Area Director’s Conference, Oklahoma City— Press Releases
  • March 5-7, 1962— Area Director’s Conference, Oklahoma City— Shawnee
  • May 8-11, 1962— North Dakota Trip—Appropriations—Organizational Charts
  • May 8-11, 1962— North Dakota Trip—Correspondence
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]

Box 148

  • May 8-11, 1962, North Dakota Trip—Fort Berthold
  • May 8-11, 1962, North Dakota Trip —Fort Berthold Agency
  • May 8-11, 1962, North Dakota Trip—Fort Totten
  • May 8-11, 1962, North Dakota Trip—Fort Totten Sub-Agency
  • May 8-11, 1962, North Dakota Trip—General Education, Welfare and Relocation
  • May 8-11, 1962, North Dakota Trip—Itinerary
  • May 8-11, 1962, North Dakota Trip—Legislative Research Committee
  • May 8-11, 1962, North Dakota Trip—Map, Industrial Fact Sheet
  • May 8-11, 1962, North Dakota Trip—Standing Rock
  • May 8-11, 1962, North Dakota Trip—Standing Rock Agency
  • May 8-11, 1962, North Dakota Trip—Turtle Mountain
  • May 8-11, 1962, North Dakota Trip—Turtle Mountain Agency
  • May 30-June 2, 1962, San Francisco Bay Area—Branch Employment Assistance
  • May 30-June 2, 1962, San Francisco Bay Area—Correspondence
  • June 4-10, 1962, Minnesota Trip—Appropriations
  • June 4-10, 1962, Minnesota Trip—Correspondence
      [1 of 4]
      [2 of 4]
      [3 of 4]
      [4 of 4]
  • June 4-10, 1962, Minnesota Trip—Itinerary
  • June 4-10, 1962, Minnesota Trip—Map and Industrial Fact Sheets
  • June 4-10, 1962, Minnesota Trip—Minnesota Chippewa Tribes
  • June 4-10, 1962, Minnesota Trip—Population and Land Data
  • June 4-10, 1962, Minnesota Trip—Red Lakes
  • June 4-10, 1962, Minnesota Trip—Sioux Groups
  • June 4-10, 1962, Minnesota Trip—State Aid Bill, 87th Congress
  • June 4-10, 1962, Minnesota Trip—Summary Data on Each Reservation

Box 149

  • September 5-17, 1962, Navajo Trip
  • October 27-November 5, 1962—Area Directors Conference and Visit to South Dakota Indian Reservations
  • November 1-4, 1962, Visit to South Dakota—Cheyenne River Agency
  • November 1-4, 1962, Visit to South Dakota—Flandreau School Santee Sioux Tribe
  • November 1-4, 1962, Visit to South Dakota—Itinerary
  • November 1-4, 1962, Visit to South Dakota—Lower Brule Sioux Tribe
  • November 1-4, 1962, Visit to South Dakota—Pierre Agency—Crow Creek Sioux Tribes
  • November 1-4, 1962, Visit to South Dakota—Pine Ridge Agency— Oglala Sioux
  • November 1-4, 1962, Visit to South Dakota—Rosebud Agency— Rosebud Sioux Tribe
  • November 1-4, 1962, Visit to South Dakota—Sisseton Agency
  • November 1-4, 1962, Visit to South Dakota—Yankton Sub-Agency— Yankton Sioux Tribe
  • November 14-18, 1962, Consultants Meeting, Phoenix—Agenda
  • November 14-18, 1962, Consultants Meeting, Phoenix—[Charles] Gritzner Letter
  • November 14-18, 1962—[Martin] Marich Letter
  • November 14-18, 1962, Consultants Meeting, Phoenix—Navajo- Public-Bureau—Boarding Operations
  • November 14-18, 1962, Consultants Meeting, Phoenix—Press Releases
  • November 14-18, 1962, Consultants Meeting, Phoenix—[Robert] Roessel Letter
  • November 14-18, 1962, Consultants Meeting, Phoenix—Summaries on the Six Reservations
  • November 14-18, 1962, Consultants Meeting, Phoenix—[Walter] Taylor Letter
  • November 14-21, 1962, Pueblos Trip—Correspondence
  • November 14-21, 1962, Pueblos Trip—Itinerary
  • November 14-21, 1962, Pueblos Trip—The Poverty of Nations, by John Kenneth Galbraith
  • November 14-21, 1962, Pueblos Trip—Pueblos
  • November 14-21, 1962, Pueblos Trip—Report on Pueblos

Box 150

  • January 20-31, 1963—Alaska
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • February 28-March 7, 1963, Visit to Arizona—Appropriations and Activities, 1963-64
  • February 28-March 7, 1963, Visit to Arizona—Arizona Commissioner of Indian Affairs, 1962—Annual Report
  • February 28-March 7, 1963, Visit to Arizona—Itinerary
  • February 28-March 7, 1963, Visit to Arizona—Map
  • February 28-March 7, 1963, Visit to Arizona—Papago Agency— Reservations
  • February 28-March 7, 1963, Visit to Arizona—Papago Reservation, Sells, Arizona
  • February 28-March 7, 1963, Visit to Arizona—Pima Agency— Reservations, Gila River, Maricopa
  • February 28-March 7, 1963, Visit to Arizona—Tucson Speech
  • March 19-25, 1963, Gallup—Tempe—Parker
  • May 16-26, 1963, Billings Area Trip—Appropriations
  • May 16-26, 1963, Billings Area Trip—Blackfeet
  • May 16-26, 1963, Billings Area Trip—Crow
  • May 16-26, 1963, Billings Area Trip—Flathead
  • May 16-26, 1963, Billings Area Trip—Fort Belknap
  • May 16-26, 1963, Billings Area Trip—Fort Peck
  • May 16-26, 1963, Billings Area Trip—General
  • May 16-26, 1963, Billings Area Trip—Knowles Dam Project
  • May 16-26, 1963, Billings Area Trip—Maps, Itinerary
  • May 16-26, 1963, Billings Area Trip—Northern Cheyenne
  • May 16-26, 1963, Billings Area Trip—Reservations in Billings Area
  • May 16-26, 1963, Billings Area Trip—Rocky Boy’s
  • May 16-26, 1963, Billings Area Trip—Wind River
  • June 1, 1963—All-Pueblo Council Meeting

Box 151

  • June 30, 1963—Wisconsin Reservations—Great Lakes Agency
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • July 22-20, 1963, Portland Area Trip
  • Chicago Field Employment Assistance Office—Reservations
  • July 20-August 8, 1963—Chicago Field Employment Assistance Office, Reservations in Portland
  • August 26-September 10, 1963, Visit to Alaska
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • November 13-20, 1963, Visit to Alaska

Box 152

  • March 11, 1964—Bureau of Indian Affairs Meeting, Domestic Peace Corps
  • March 20-April 4, 1964—23rd Annual Meeting of Society for Applied Anthropology, Puerto Rico, Page One Award
  • April 16-19, 1964—Dedication Ceremonies at Crow Tribal Headquarters
  • May 24-June 1, 1964, Gallup Area
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • June 16-18, 1964, Santa Fe, New Mexico—Conference of Superintendents
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • June 21-25, 1964—Nevada Agency
  • July 3-9, 1964—Minnesota Agency

Box 153

  • July 24, 1964, Wisconsin State College—July 30-31, 1964, N.C.A.I Convention—August 1, 1964, Swinomish Dedication
  • August 15, 1964, Lapwai, Idaho—Lapwai Dedication and August 17, 1964, Belcourt, North Dakota—Chippewayan Authentics
  • October 3, 1964—Cheyenne Autumn Trail Dedication Ceremonies, Cheyenne, Wyoming
  • October 27-30, 1964, Albuquerque, New Mexico
  • February 27, 1965, United Pueblo Trip
  • 1962
  • 1963
  • 1964

Box 154

  • 1965
  • 1966
  • Cross Reference Sheets
  • 1942, October-December
  • 1943, January-February
  • 1943, March-April
  • 1943, May-July
  • 1943, July-September
  • 1943, October

Box 155

  • 1943, November
  • 1943, December
  • 1944, January
  • 1944, February
  • 1944, March-May
  • 1944, June-July
  • 1944, August-September
  • 1944, October-November
  • 1944, December [empty]
  • 1945 [September-December]
  • 1946, January-February
  • 1946, March-April
  • 1946, May
  • 1946, June

Box 156

  • 1946, July
  • 1946, August
  • 1946, September
  • 1946, October
  • 1946, November
  • 1946, December
  • 1947, January
  • 1947, February
  • 1947, March
  • 1947, April
  • 1947, May

Box 157

  • 1947, June-August
  • 1947, September-October
  • 1947, November-December
  • 1948, January
  • 1948, February
  • 1948, March
  • 1948, April
  • 1948, May
  • 1948, June
  • 1948, July-August

Box 158

  • 1948, September
  • 1948, October
  • 1948, November
  • 1948, December
  • 1949, January
  • 1949, February
  • 1949, March
  • 1949, April
  • 1949, May

Box 159

  • 1949, June-August
  • 1949, September
  • 1949, October
  • 1949, November
  • 1949, December
  • 1950, January
  • 1950, February
  • 1950, March
  • 1950, April
  • 1950, May

Box 160

  • 1950, June
  • 1950, July-August
  • 1950, September
  • 1950, October
  • 1950, November-December
  • 1951, January
  • 1951, February
  • 1951, March-April
  • 1951, May
  • 1951, June
  • 1951, July
  • 1951, August

Box 161

  • 1951, September
  • 1951, October
  • 1951, November
  • 1951, December
  • 1952, January
  • 1952, February
  • 1952, March
  • 1952, April
  • 1952, May
  • 1952, June
  • 1952, July
  • 1952, August
  • 1952, September

Box 162

  • 1952, October [missing]
  • 1952, November
  • 1952, December
  • 1953, January 1-19
  • 1953, January 19-December
  • 1954, January-March
  • 1954, April-June
  • 1954, July-December
  • 1955, January-August
  • 1955, October 15-31
  • 1955, November
  • 1955, December
  • 1956, January
  • 1956, February
  • 1956, March
  • 1956, April
  • 1956, May
  • 1956, June
  • 1956, July
  • 1956, August
  • 1956, September
  • 1956, October
  • 1956, November
  • 1956, December

Box 163

  • 1957, January [empty]
  • 1957, February
  • 1957, March
  • 1957, April
  • 1957, May
  • 1957, June
  • 1957, July
  • [1957, August]
  • 1957, September
  • [1957, November]
  • 1958, January-March
  • 1958, April-September
  • 1958, October-November
  • 1958, December
  • 1959, January
  • 1959, February
  • 1959, March
  • 1959, April

Box 164

  • 1959, May
  • 1959, June
  • 1959, July
  • 1959, August
  • 1959, September
  • 1959, October
  • 1959, November
  • 1959, December
  • 1960, January
  • 1960, February

Box 165

  • 1960, March-May
  • 1960, June-July
  • 1960, August
  • [1960, September]
  • 1960, October
  • 1960, November
  • 1960, October-January 1961
  • 1961, February-June
  • 1961, August-September

Box 166

  • 1961, October
  • 1961, November-December
  • 1962, January-February
  • 1962, March-April
  • 1962, May-June
  • 1962, July-August
  • 1962, September-October

Box 167

  • 1962, November-December
  • 1963, January-February
  • 1963, March-April
  • 1963, May-June
  • 1963, July-September
  • 1963, October-December
  • 1964, January-March

Box 168

  • 1964, April-June
  • 1964, July-September
  • 1964, October-December
  • 1965, January-February
  • 1965, March-April
  • 1965, May-June
  • 1965, July-August

Box 169

  • 1965, September-October
  • 1965, November-December
  • 1966, January-March

Box 170

  • Administrative Papers
  • American Indian Family Defense Fund Project
  • Correspondence
  • Minutes
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • [1957]-1958
  • [1967]-1969
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]

Box 171

  • [1966-1975]
  • 1977
  • Policy and Programs
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Publications
  • Scholarship
  • Status of Legislation

Box 172

  • American Council on Public Affairs
  • American Indians—Rod Riley Memorandum
  • “American Indians and the Bureau of Indian Affairs—1969” A Study by Alvin M. Josephy, Jr.
  • American Indian Place
  • “Anthropology and the American Indian” [A Symposium, the American Historical Press, 1973]
  • Appropriations for the Bureau of Indian Affairs, FY 1968
  • Arizona
  • At-A-Glance—Indians, 1963-67
  • Bibliography—United States Commissioners of Indian Affairs
  • Bradshaw, Richard
  • Bundles for America
  • Bureau of Indian Affairs—Clippings [and personnel records]
  • Bureau of Indian Affairs—Department of the Interior
  • Bureau of Indian Affairs—Occupation, 1972
  • Bureau of Indian Affairs—Praeger [The Praeger Library of U.S. Government Departments and Agencies]
  • Calendar Appointments, 1960
  • Calendar Appointments, December 1958-January 1960

Box 173

  • Calendar Appointments, 1962
  • California Indian Education Association—Newsletter
  • Callers Log [April 1959-January 1960]
  • Carver Memoranda Regarding Indians, 1963
  • Comments in the News
  • Commissioner of Indian Affairs—ABSALOKA, 1964
  • Commissioner of Indian Affairs—American Indian Calendar
  • Commissioner of Indian Affairs—Congratulatory Messages to Philleo Nash, Commissioner of Indian Affairs
      [1 of 8, A-C]
      [2 of 8, D-G]
      [3 of 8, H-K]
      [4 of 8, L-M]

Box 174

      [5 of 8, N-O]
      [6 of 8, P-R]
      [7 of 8, S-T]
      [8 of 8, U-Z]
  • Commissioner of Indian Affairs—Letters of Support About Resignation
  • Commissioner of Indian Affairs—Letter to Navajo Tribal Council and Frank E. Moss
  • Commissioner of Indian Affairs—Miscellaneous Documents
  • Commissioner of Indian Affairs—Miscellaneous Newspaper Clippings
  • Commissioner of Indian Affairs—Miscellaneous Personal Correspondence
      [1 of 2]

Box 175

      [2 of 2]
  • Commissioner of Indian Affairs—Miscellaneous Speeches
  • Commissioner of Indian Affairs—Nomination of Philleo Nash
  • Commissioner of Indian Affairs—Phone Logs
      [1 of 2, 1961-62]
      [2 of 2, 1963-65]
  • Commissioner of Indian Affairs—Photographs [cross reference sheets]
  • Commissioner of Indian Affairs—Resignation, March 1966
  • Commissioner of Indian Affairs—Resignation—Miscellaneous
  • Commissioner of Indian Affairs—Thank You Letters
  • Contemporary Teton Dakota Religion—Blackfeet—Stephen E. Feraca
  • Criminal Justice Conference, 1977

Box 176

  • Cultural Deprivation
  • Democratic Party of Wisconsin—Finances—Contributors Lists
  • Domestic Propaganda—“Under Cover”
  • Domestic Propaganda—Winrod Trial Brief
  • Economic Conditions of Italy, October 1944
  • Education of Indian Children—B.F. Gaarder
  • Education Theses for the Schoolhouse Door
  • Experiential Division for the Study of Wartime Communications— Document No. 41
  • Federal Indian Policy
  • First Americans [for Humphrey] Committee
  • Fortune Survey
  • Government [atomic energy, “China Hands,” etc]
  • History of American Indians
  • Humphrey, Citizens for
  • Humphrey, First Americans for
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]

Box 177

  • Indian Arts and Crafts Board
  • “The Indian: The Forgotten American” (Harvard Law Review)
  • Indian Education—1970’s—Bureau of Indian Affairs
  • Indian Education—Quality Education for American Indians
  • Indian Education—Senator Fannin
  • Indian Education—Subcommittee
  • Indian Income Maintenance
  • Indian Motivation—R.H. Riley
  • Indian Policy Report
  • Indian Program Expenditures and Indian Income
  • Indian Rights
  • Indians—Miscellaneous Documents
  • Indians—Miscellaneous, 1961
  • Indians—Miscellaneous, 1962
  • Indians—Miscellaneous, 1963
  • Indians—Miscellaneous, 1964
  • Indians—Miscellaneous, 1965
  • Indians—Miscellaneous, 1966
  • Indians—Miscellaneous, 1970
  • Indians—Miscellaneous, 1978
  • Indians—Miscellaneous, Undated
  • Indians of North Carolina

Box 178

  • Indians—Seneca Nation
  • Industrial Development—Bureau of Indian Affairs
  • Information Guide
  • “The Last of the Mohicans,” by Niki Smith, 1966
  • Lazarus, Arthur, Jr.—Statement of Before the National Water Commission
  • Lieutenant Governor—Announcements (Extras)
  • Lieutenant Governor—Campaign, 1958
  • Lieutenant Governor—Campaign—Miscellaneous [position papers, Campaign publications, etc.]
      [1 of 4]
      [2 of 4]
      [3 of 4]
      [4 of 4]
  • Lieutenant Governor—Campaign Material—Songs—Quips

Box 179

  • Lieutenant Governor—Legislative—Assembly Bills
      [1 of 16, #1-60]
      [2 of 16, 61-110]
      [3 of 16, 111-160]
      [4 of 16, 161-210]
      [5 of 16, 211-280]

Box 180

      [6 of 16, 281-350] [7 of 16, 351-410]
      [8 of 16, 411-470]
      [9 of 16, 471-520]
      [10 of 16, 521-600]
      [11 of 16, 601-680]

Box 181

      [12 of 16, 681-740]
      [13 of 16, 741-810]
      [14 of 16, 811-890]
      [15 of 16, 891-970]
      [16 of 16, 971-1042]

Box 182

  • Lieutenant Governor—Legislative—Laws of 1959
      [1 of 9, 1-100]
      [2 of 9, 101-200]
      [3 of 9, 201-270]
      [4 of 9, 271-340]
      [5 of 9, 341-440]
      [6 of 9, 441-510]
      [7 of 9, 511-580]
      [8 of 9, 581-620]
      [9 of 9, 621-688]

Box 183

  • Lieutenant Governor—Legislative—Assembly Calendars
      [1 of 4, February 3-April 30, 1959]
      [2 of 4, May 1-29, 1959]
      [3 of 4, June 2-July 25, 1959]
      [4 of 4, November 3, 1959-May 27, 1960]
  • Lieutenant Governor—Legislative—Senate Calendars
      [1 of 4, January 28-March 31, 1959]
      [2 of 4, April 1-30, 1959]
      [3 of 4, May 1-June 30, 1959]
      [4 of 4, July 1, 1959-May 25, 1960]

Box 184

  • Lieutenant Governor—Legislative—Senate Bills
      [1 of 11, 1-70]
      [2 of 11, 71-120]
      [3 of 11, 121-180]
      [4 of 11, 181-260]
      [5 of 11, 261-300]

Box 185

      [6 of 11, 301-380]
      [7 of 11, 381-500]
      [8 of 11, 501-590]
      [9 of 11, 591-650]
      [10 of 11, 651-690; excluding 654, 655, 661 and 662]
      [11 of 11, 691-726]

Box 186

  • Lieutenant Governor—Legislative—Assembly Joint Resolutions [numbers 1-141; excluding 117, 118, 137 and 138]
  • Lieutenant Governor—Legislative—Senate Joint Resolutions [numbers 1-123; excluding 86]
  • Lieutenant Governor—Legislative—Senate Journal—74th Session
      [1 of 8, January-February, 1959]
      [2 of 8, March, 1959]
      [3 of 8, April, 1959]
      [4 of 8, May, 1959]
      [5 of 8, June, 1959]
      [6 of 8, July, 1959]

Box 187

      [7 of 8, November, 1959; excluding August-October]
      [8 of 8, January, 1960]
  • Lieutenant Governor—Miscellaneous—Coordinating Committee for Higher Education—Background Studies by Joint Staff
      [1 of 4]
      [2 of 4]
      [3 of 4]
      [4 of 4]
  • Lieutenant Governor—Miscellaneous—Coordinating Committee for Higher Education—Research Studies
      [1 of 1]
      [2 of 2]

Box 188

  • Lieutenant Governor—Miscellaneous—Farm Material
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • Lieutenant Governor—Miscellaneous—Mementos
  • Lieutenant Governor—Miscellaneous—Nekoosa-Edwards Paper Company vs. Public Service Commission
  • Lieutenant Governor—Miscellaneous—Wisconsin Taxpayers Alliance—1959 Legislative Service
  • Lieutenant Governor—Notes
  • Loyalty
  • Loyalty—Philleo Nash’s Statement to the Loyalty Board
  • McCarthyism
  • Memoir, “Science, Politics and Human Values: A Memoir” by Philleo Nash

Box 189

  • Menominee Enterprises, Inc.
  • Menominee Indians
  • Menominee Indians—1967
  • Menominees—Study by George D. Spindler and Louise S. Spindler
  • Menominees—Supreme Court—Fishing
  • Menominee Testimony, 1974
  • Menominees vs. United States
      [1 of 1]
      [2 of 2]
  • Menominees of Wisconsin and the Klamath of Oregon Cases, January 1966
  • Museum News, Stephen E. Ferace, Oglala Dakota, January 1966
  • Nash, Philleo—Loyalty—L.C. Roster’s File—Memoranda to [Philleo] Nash from [Dick] Deverall
  • Nash, Philleo—Loyalty—Newspaper Clippings [regarding McCarthy]

Box 190

  • Nash, Philleo—Personal—Loyalty—President’s Message— August 1950—Spingarn Material
  • Nash, Philleo—Qualifications for the Byrd Antarctic Expedition
  • Nash, Philleo—Race Tension Memoranda
  • National Congress of American Indians
  • National Congress of American Indians—Constitution
  • National Council on Indian Opportunity
  • National Study of American Indian Education
      [1 of 1]
      [2 of 2]
  • National Smelting Company
  • Neustadt, Richard
  • New England and New York Indians
  • Newspaper Clippings about Resignation [Nash’s resignation as Commissioner of Indian Affairs, 1966]
  • 1960 Campaign Strengths
      [1 of 1]
      [2 of 2]

Box 191

  • Notes—Miscellaneous
  • Oppenheimer Transcript [U.S. Atomic Energy Commission in matter of J. Robert Oppenheimer, April 12-May 6, 1954]
  • Operating Committee
  • Organizations—News Clips about Miscellaneous Organizations
  • OWI [Office of War Information]—Bureau of Special Services
  • OWI—Cantril, Handley—Confidential Report
  • OWI—“Divide and Conquer”
  • OWI—Food Patterns
  • OWI—Fuel—Personal Rumor
  • OWI—General Information—Negro—Press Releases (Bond Selling)
  • OWI—Lavine, Sidney

Box 192

  • OWI—Miscellaneous Memoranda and Material, 1942—Robert Huse— Lawrence Cramer—FEPC
  • OWI—Miscellaneous
  • OWI—1942
  • OWI—Publications—Miscellaneous
  • OWI—Riots
  • OWI—Staff Orders
  • OWI—Writers’ War Board—Correspondence
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • OWI—Writer’s War Board—“Brief Items,” 1944-45
  • OWI—Pamphlets—1940’s

Box 193

  • Paper on Philleo Nash’s Service as White House Adviser [“The First to Arrive and the Last to Leave, Philleo Nash, White House Staff Member, Indian Affairs During the Presidency of Harry S. Truman,” by William J. Benham (1978)
  • Personnel (OWI)
  • Personnel File—Miscellaneous—Truman White House
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • Pettengill, Samuel B. [Committee for Constitutional Government, 1944]
  • Popular Morale, Inc.
  • Practicing Anthropologist in the White House [Nash’s autobiographical sketch—draft]
  • Presidential Memoranda on Indians
  • President’s Committee on Civil Rights—Agenda for Policy Meeting, June 30-July 1, 1947—Hanover, NH—Discussion Papers

Box 194

  • President’s Committee on Civil Rights—Minutes of Meetings, January 15-April 17, 1947
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • President’s Committee on Civil Rights—Minutes of Meetings, May 1-15, 1947
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • President’s Committee on Civil Rights—Minutes of Meetings, June 30-July 1, 1947
  • President’s Committee on Civil Rights—Miscellaneous Papers [Statements by Consultants, Memoranda to Subcommittees, Interim Reports of Subcommittees]
  • President’s Committee on Civil Rights—Staff Memoranda—Volume I
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • President’s Committee on Civil Rights—Staff Memoranda—Volume II
      [1 of 2]

Box 195

      [2 of 2]
  • President’s Committee on Civil Rights—Transcript of Subcommittee and Staff Hearings, April-July, 1947
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • President’s Committee on Civil Rights—Transcript of Meeting, September 12-13, 1947
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Puerto Rico: Nosotros [and other printed matter]
  • Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribal Council, April 6, 1965
  • Report on Visit to the Soviet Union, June 1965
  • Report on Visit to the United Kingdom and Scandinavia, May 1965
  • Rosenfels, Edith—Statistics [anthropology course]
  • Statement Before Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, January 27, 1965
  • Statement of Philleo Nash Before the Sub-Committee on Indian Affairs, [May 26, 1973]
  • Striner, Herbert E.—Study [“Towards a Fundamental Program for the Training, Employment and Economic Equality of the American Indian”]

Box 196

  • Supreme Court—United States vs. Nevada and California
  • Tax Exempt Foundations and The Reporter, 1954
  • Truman—Harry S. Truman Centennial Symposium, September 7-8, 1984
  • Truman—Miscellaneous
  • Truman—Newspaper Clippings
  • Truman—1948 Campaign
  • Truman—The State Historical Society—“Close to Truman,” June 18, 1982
  • Truman Articles
  • Truman Articles—Buck [William J.] Benham on Philleo Nash (Truman)
  • Truman Library—May 1977 [ Truman Administration Conference]
  • Truman Library—Miscellaneous
  • Truman Library—[Whistlestop, 1973, “Acheson Papers” and “Historians on Truman,” 1975]
  • Truman Revisionists –(Yergin) [article by Daniel Yergin, “Harry Truman Revived and Revised,” and an article by Robert Kirsch]
  • United States-Canadian Indian Affairs Conference, 1963
      [1 of 2]

Box 197

      [2 of 2]
  • United States-Canadian Indian Affairs Conference, 1963— October 7-11, 1963—Agenda
  • United States-Canadian Indian Affairs Conference, 1963— October 7, 1963—Morning Session—Transcript
  • United States-Canadian Indian Affairs Conference, 1963— October 7, 1963—Afternoon Session—Transcript
  • United States-Canadian Indian Affairs Conference, 1963— October 8, 1963—Morning Session—Transcript
  • United States-Canadian Indian Affairs Conference, 1963— October 8, 1963—Afternoon Session—Transcript
  • United States-Canadian Indian Affairs Conference, 1963— October 9, 1963—Morning Session—Transcript
  • United States-Canadian Indian Affairs Conference, 1963— October 9, 1963—Afternoon Session (Annotated)
  • United States-Canadian Indian Affairs Conference, 1963— Typed Drafts—Annotated
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]

Box 198

  • Uintah-Ouray Reservation, Utah
  • War Department—1925—Somervell Negro Study
  • White and Indian Farmers—Study by Theodore Stern and James P. Boggs
  • Writings of Philleo Nash (Copies of)
  • Writings of Philleo Nash—Excerpts of Speeches as Commissioner of Indian Affairs
      [1 of 5, September 1961-December 1962]
      [2 of 5, 1963]
      [3 of 5, 1964]
      [4 of 5, 1965]
      [5 of 5, 1966-1977 and undated]

Box 199

  • Writings of Philleo Nash—Georgetown Day School, Inc.
  • Writings of Philleo Nash—McCarthyism
  • Writings of Philleo Nash—1961
  • Writings of Philleo Nash—1962
  • Writings of Philleo Nash—1963
  • Writings of Philleo Nash—1964
  • Writings of Philleo Nash—1965
  • Writings of Philleo Nash—1966
  • Writings of Philleo Nash—Oral History Interview— John F. Kennedy Library
  • Writings of Philleo Nash—Oral History Interview— Lyndon B. Johnson Library

Box 200

  • Writings of Philleo Nash—The Presidency
  • Writings of Philleo Nash—Truman White House—Civil Rights Program
  • Writings of Philleo Nash—War Relocation Authority, 1943
  • Writings of Philleo Nash—Wisconsin State Democratic Convention, October 24, 2953
  • Civil Rights—Fair Employment Practice Commission (FEPC)
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • Civil Rights—Miscellaneous
      [1 of 2]

Box 201

      [2 of 2]
  • Civil Rights—The Negro History Bulletin, 1946-52
  • Civil Rights—Phylon—The Atlanta University Review of Race and Culture
  • Civil Rights—President’s Committee on the Equality of Treatment and Opportunity in the Armed Services
  • Civil Rights—Race Relations
  • Civil Rights—Report of Social Survey on Racial Relations, 1946
  • Civil Rights—Supreme Court—Brown vs. Topeka, October Term, 1952, Etc.
  • Civil Rights—Wisconsin—the Governor’s Conference on Civil Rights

Box 202

  • Current Biography, Volume 23, Number 10, November 1962
  • History of Anthropology in Government
  • Indians—“The Blackfeet Flood”
  • Indians—Guide to the Indian Population of America
  • Indians—Navajo Bordertown Dormitory Program—Report to Senate Appropriations Committee by the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, February 1965
  • Indians—Proceedings of the National Research Conference on American Indian Education, 1967
  • Politics—Case Studies in Practical Politics
  • Presidential Staff, The—National Planning Association Study by Joseph I. Coffey and Vincent P. Rock
  • Presidential Staff Relations as a Special Case of General Phenomenon, by Lewis A, Dexter
  • Public Administration [“A Selected Bibliography and Listing of Periodicals, September 1976” and “Evaluating a Federal Experiment in Bureaucratic Reform,” by Gerald M. Britan
  • Puerto Rico—Miscellaneous
      [1 of 3]

Box 203

      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • United Nations—“Barbarous Parliament,” by Paul Johnson
  • Citizens vs. McCarthy
  • Election, 1952
  • Elections, 1958 and 1960
  • General [information about McCarthy and his attack on Philleo Nash]
  • Loyalty Issue [investigation of Philleo Nash]
  • McCarthyism
  • The McCarthy Record [concerning anti-McCarthy publication, 1952]

Box 204

  • “Anthropology,” Yearbook of Science and the Future (1989)
  • “Applied Anthropologist and Public Servant: The Life and Work of Philleo Nash,” NAPA Bulletin 7 (1989)
  • Benham, William J.—“The First to Arrive and the Last to Leave: Philleo Nash, White House Staff Member”
  • Books
  • Clifford, Clark—President Truman and Civil Rights
  • Institute for Intercultural Studies, The
  • Nash, Edith—Letter Following the Death of Philleo Nash, October 25, 1987
  • Nash, Guy—Father of Philleo Nash
  • Nash, Philleo—“Anthropologist in the White House,” Practicing Anthropology (February 1979)
  • Nash, Philleo—Draft of Memoir, “Anthropologist in the White House,” Volume I
  • Nash, Philleo—Draft of Memoir, “Anthropologist in the White House,” Volume II
  • Nash, Philleo—Draft of Memoir, “Anthropologist in the White House,” with Outline
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
Box 205
      [3 of 3]
  • Nash, Philleo—“Fifty-Nine Years of the Experimental College”
  • Nash, Philleo—Obituary
  • Nash, Philleo—Recollections of the Georgetown Day School (1987)
  • Nash, Philleo—Transcript of Lecture and Discussion on Joseph McCarthy, American University Learning Center, Washington, DC, c.1974
  • Nash, Philleo—“Twentieth-Century United States Government Agencies,” Handbook of North American Indians (1988)
  • Photographs, Certificates, Etc.

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