Harry S. Truman Presidential Library & Museum


Charles Sawyer Papers

1900-1963.

Ambassador to Belgium, 1944-1945; Secretary of Commerce, 1948-1953.

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FOLDER TITLE LIST

    PERSONAL FILE
    General File
Box 1
  • Arnold, Thurman
  • Autobiography - draft outlines
  • Autobiography - drafts
  • Cincinnati Law School
  • Cincinnati newspaper/clippings, 1900-13 (2 folders)
  • Class notes - essays/debates, Oberlin College (folders 1-2)
Box 2
  • Class notes - essays/debates, Oberlin College (folder 3)
  • Commencement program - graduation, Oberlin College
  • Convention concerning international exhibits
  • Correspondence, 1953-54 (A-C)
  • Correspondence, 1953-54 (D-F)
  • Correspondence, 1953-54 (G-I)
Box 3
  • Correspondence, 1953-54 (J-L)
  • Correspondence, 1953-54 (M-O)
  • Correspondence, 1953-54 (P-R)
  • Correspondence, 1953-54 (S-U)
Box 4
  • Correspondence, 1953-54 (V-Z)
  • Correspondence - World Fair Site Committee, 1959-1960
  • Crosley Defense Contracts (1942)
  • Diary - U.S. Army (1917)
  • Executive Branch correspondence - World fair (1964)
  • Hopkins, Harry
  • Madison Building Association
  • Madisonville, Ohio - annual reports, 1900-09
Box 5
  • Madisonville High School
  • Memoranda - miscellaneous
  • Military service - World War I
  • Miscellaneous correspondence/memoranda, 1938-1945 (folders 1-3)
Box 6
  • Miscellaneous correspondence/memoranda, 1938-1945 (folder 4)
  • Miscellaneous material (notes/essays)
  • Newspaper clippings - World Fair (1964)
  • Notebook - essays, Oberlin College
  • Oberlin College - general
  • The Oberlin Review
  • Oberlin Tribune
  • Personal correspondence, 1946-47 (A-C)
  • Personal correspondence, 1946-47 (D-F)
  • Personal correspondence, 1946-47 (G-I)
  • Personal correspondence, 1946-47 (I-L)
  • Personal correspondence, 1946-47 (M-O)
  • Personal correspondence, 1946-47 (P-R)
Box 7
  • Personal correspondence, 1946-47 (S)
  • Personal correspondence, 1946-47 (T)
  • Personal correspondence, 1946-47 (V-W)
  • Sawyer, Charles - member of World Fair Site Committee - biographical
  • U.S. Department of Commerce - President's Commission for a World Fair - Transcript of Proceedings, October 23, 1959.
  • U.S. International Exposition - Nation's Capital (proposed) 1964
  • World Fair Site Committee - Congressional memoranda, 1959
  • World War I diary
    Diary
Box 8
  • 1927
  • 1928
  • 1929
  • 1930
  • 1931
  • 1932
Box 9
  • 1933
  • 1934
  • 1935
  • 1936
  • 1937
  • 1938
  • 1939
  • 1940
  • 1941
  • 1942
    Letter Books
  • July 31, 1919 - July 14, 1920
  • July 16, 1920 - March 5, 1921
Box 10
  • March 7 - July 2, 1921
  • July 1 - November 7, 1921
  • November 7, 1921 - February 10, 1922
  • February 13 - June 30, 1922
Box 11
  • July 1, 1922 - February 14, 1923
  • February 15, 1923 - February 16, 1924
  • February 16 - November 21, 1924
Box 12
  • November 21, 1924 - September 14, 1925
  • September 14, 1925 - February 17, 1926
Box 13
  • February 17 - August 7, 1926
  • August 8 - December 31, 1926
Box 14
  • January 3, 1927 - January 1, 1928
  • January 3 - August 1, 1928
Box 15
  • August 1, 1928 - January 1, 1929
  • January 2 - August 5, 1929
  • August 5, 1929 - May 9, 1930
Box 16
  • May 9 - November 3, 1930
  • November 3, 1930 - April 6, 1931
  • April 7, 1931 - January 7, 1932
Box 17
  • January 8 - September 30, 1932
  • October 2, 1932 - April 10, 1933
Box 18
  • April 11 - December 30, 1933
  • January 2 - June 30, 1934
Box 19
  • July 2, 1934 - April 2, 1935
  • September 1, 1936 - June 30, 1937
Box 20
  • July 1 - December 31, 1937
  • January 1 - December 31, 1938
  • January 1 - December 29, 1939
Box 21
  • January 2 - December 31, 1940
  • January 2, 1941 - January 1, 1942
Box 22
  • January 2 - July 28, 1942
  • July 28 - December 29, 1942
  • January 2 - July 15, 1943
Box 23
  • July 15 - December 31, 1943
  • January 3 - June 30, 1944
  • July 1 - December 31, 1944
Box 24
  • January 1 - December 31, 1945
  • January 4 - May 31, 1946
  • June 1 - December 31, 1946
Box 25
  • January 1, 1947 - January 1, 1948
  • January 1, 1948 - January 1, 1949
  • January 1, 1949 - January 1, 1953
    Business and Legal Cases
Box 26
  • Amanda Schumard Estate
  • American Proportional Representation League
  • Atzel vs. Atzel
  • Barnhill vs. Heidelberg Medical Institute
  • Bell Coal/Ming Company vs. Fritz Randall
  • Building Contract - Barden and G.A. Peters Realty Company
  • Christina Speyerer estate
  • Cincinnati - proposed new city charter
  • Correspondence with Headley/Wood, attorneys
  • Creighton vs. Meyer
  • Dellerman vs. Anderson
  • Easton bankruptcy case
Box 27
  • Edward Archow, et al vs. Bernard Herbert, et al
  • Gano vs. Cincinnati Welding/Repair Company
  • Germania Building Association
  • H.B. Mays vs. Weil-Brockman Company
  • Hobbs vs. Spalding
  • Howe-McClure property transaction
  • Hyde Park Lumber Company vs. Shawnee Lumber Company
  • John W. Luhn estate
  • Keyler vs. Eustis
  • Kischen vs. Sheibly
  • Koller vs. Koller
  • Legal cases - general memoranda
  • Logan Clay Products Company vs. Contractors/Builders Supply Company
  • Mary R. Gillen case
  • Molly vs. Molly
Box 28
  • Montague Mailing Machinery Company vs. Home/County Publishing
  • Murray vs. Tarr and Son
  • Perry vs. Cincinnati Traction Company
  • Procter vs. Sprague (2 folders)
  • Public utilities - Cincinnati, Ohio
Box 29
  • Ray vs. Ray
  • Reinhard vs. Smith
  • Rohrer vs. National Trust Company
  • Rose Insolvency Case
  • Sachs vs. Hammond
  • State vs. Elmer Becker
  • Totz vs. Michelson
    Speeches
  • Addresses - miscellaneous
  • Correspondence and memoranda re speeches
  • Newspaper clippings (biographical material)
  • YMCA speech - Cincinnati, Ohio, March 12, 1953
  • Economic club of Southwestern Michigan, May 6, 1954
  • Meet the Press anniversary dinner, April 28, 1956
Box 30
  • Alumni Commemoration Banquet (Cincinnati) May 9, 1958
  • University of Cincinnati commencement, June 9, 1963
    POLITICAL FILE
    Alphabetical Correspondence, 1913-1914
  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • E
  • F
  • G
  • H
  • I
  • J
  • K
  • L
  • MC
  • M
  • N
  • O
  • P
  • Q
  • R
  • S
  • T
  • U-V
  • XYZ
    Cincinnati City Council, 1911-15
Box 31
  • Annexation (proposed) of Madisonville to the City of Cincinnati
  • Campaign for Mayor of Cincinnati - general
  • Campaign for Mayor of of Cincinnati - newspaper clippings
  • Cincinnati City Council - newspaper clippings (2 folders)
  • Cincinnati City Council - rapid transit system
Box 32
  • Cincinnati politics
  • City Council correspondence - general (3 folders)
  • City Council - miscellaneous
Box 33
  • Council - official calendars (2 folders)
  • Green Lines Transit Company
  • Issues before the Council - general
  • Madisonville-Hyde Park (Second Ward)
  • New City Charter (Cincinnati)
  • Newspaper clippings - campaign for Mayor
  • Payroll fund
  • Salary raises for city employees
  • Spiegel Finance Plan
  • Street railways/transit company
  • Union Gas/Electric Company
    Candidate for Congress, 1930
Box 34
  • Affidavits
  • Background material - speeches
  • Biographical data
  • Contributions/disbursements - financial statements/receipts
  • Correspondence - general
  • Correspondence - vote recount and election
  • Democratic ward executives
  • Duckworth Club speech/biographical sketch
  • Engagements
  • Hess, William E.
  • Industrial lists
  • Lists of voters (Second Congressional District)
  • Miscellaneous material
Box 35
  • Radio addresses
  • Radio stations - contracts
  • Recount and election contest
  • Second Congressional District
  • Speeches - general
  • Young Men's Club
    Campaign for Lieutenant Governor, 1932
  • Background material for speeches
  • Chairmen/Secretaries - Democratic County Central/Executive Committees
  • Correspondence - congratulations on election
Box 36
  • Correspondence - general (2 folders)
  • Filed receipts
  • Ku Klux Klan
  • Newspaper clippings
  • Publicity - cards/dodgers
  • Publicity - form letters
  • Publicity - general
  • Publicity - newspaper reprints
    Lieutenant Governor of Ohio, 1933-35
Box 37
  • Correspondence - Frank Dinsmore
  • Correspondence - sessions of the legislature, A-C
  • Correspondence - sessions of the legislature, C-G (2 folders)
  • Correspondence - sessions of the legislature, K
Box 38
  • Correspondence - sessions of the legislature, L-O
  • Correspondence - sessions of the legislature, P-R
  • Correspondence - sessions of the legislature, S
  • Correspondence - sessions of the legislature, T-Z
  • Correspondence - general, 1933 (1 folder)
Box 39
  • Correspondence - general, 1933 (folders 2-3)
  • Correspondence - general, 1934 (folders 1-2)
Box 40
  • Correspondence - general, 1934 (folders 3-6)
Box 41
  • Correspondence - general, 1934 (folders 7-10)
Box 42
  • Kemper-Thomas Company (invoices)
  • Legislative bills - General Assembly (2 folders)
  • Miscellaneous material
  • Newspaper clippings
  • Pickrell, William G.
Box 43
  • Publications - political publicity
  • Radio talks (3 folders)
Box 44
  • Senate Journal
    Campaign for Governor of Ohio, 1934
  • Campaign - general memoranda
  • Campaign and election of Martin L. Davey
  • Correspondence/telegrams
  • Davey, Martin L.
  • Democratic Press Association of Ohio
  • Form letters
  • Miscellaneous material
  • Newspaper clippings
  • Pickrel, William G.
  • Press releases
  • Publicity material
Box 45
  • Receipts/name lists - contributions
  • Reports - (campaign)
  • Speeches
  • Newspaper clippings, 1935 (2 folders)
    Candidate for Governor of Ohio, 1938
  • Advertisements - political
  • Affidavits re Bricker-Davey 70-30 patronage deal
  • Biographical outline - Charles Sawyer
  • Bricker, John W.
  • Brown, George R.
Box 46
  • Campaign handbook
  • Campaign publicity documents
  • Communism, issue of
  • Correspondence - general
  • Correspondence - letters to Mr. and Mrs. E.M. Sawyer
  • Correspondence - telegrams
  • Davey, Martin L.
  • Declaration of candidacy
  • Democratic platform
  • Democratic State Central Committee
  • Democratic State Convention (Columbus)
  • Election data - state primary
Box 47
  • Endorsements - political
  • Form letters
  • Memoranda - general
  • Newspaper clippings (2 folders)
Box 48
  • Pamphlets on Charles Sawyer
  • Press releases (2 folders)
  • Speaker's handbook
  • Speeches - background material
  • Speeches (2 folders)
  • Speeches - undated
  • Straw polls
    Democratic National Committeeman - Ohio, 1936-44
Box 49
  • A
  • B
  • Ball, Frederic J.
  • Bricker, John W.
  • C
  • D
  • Dunton, James
  • E
  • F
  • Farley, James A.
  • Flynn, Edward J.
  • G
  • H
  • Horstman, Albert A.
  • I
  • J
  • Janes, Darrell
  • K
  • L
Box 50
  • MC
  • McSweeney, John
  • M
  • N
  • O
  • P
  • Q
  • R
  • Roosevelt, Franklin D.
  • S
  • T
  • U
  • V
  • W
  • XYZ
    Campaign Memoranda - General, 1912-1952
  • Campaign of 1912
  • Campaign of 1916
  • Newspaper clippings, 1915-17
  • Democratic National Convention, 1932
  • Duckworth Democratic Club, 1932-36
  • Eighteenth Amendment - proposed repeal, 1932
  • Election of 1932 - correspondence
  • Election statistics, 1932
Box 51
  • Governorship campaign, 1934
  • Elections of 1936 - memoranda, general
  • Presidential Inauguration (1937)
  • Political maps of Ohio
  • Democratic National Committee - general correspondence, 1936-1942
  • Newspaper clippings, 1930-1940 (3 folders)
Box 52
  • Speeches/statements, 1938
  • Democratic National Convention of 1940 - background material
  • Democratic National Convention/Campaign - newspaper clippings, 1940
  • Election statistics, 1940
  • Endorsements - Federal appointments, 1940-44
  • Minorities (Negroes) 1940-44
  • Ohio delegation - Democratic National Convention, 1940
  • Press release and statements, 1940
  • State Democratic Central Committee of Ohio, 1940-42
  • State Democratic Convention, 1940 (Ohio)
  • Willkie, Wendell
  • Jackson Day banquet, 1941 (Columbus, Ohio)
  • Election statistics, 1942
  • Political patronage, 1942-44
  • Democratic National Committee correspondence, 1948-52
Box 53
  • Democratic National Convention - general, 1948
  • Election of 1948 -- memoranda re
  • Ohio tour with President Truman (October 10-11, 1948)
  • Democratic National Convention and Campaign, 1952
  • McKinney, Frank E.
  • Political correspondence, 1952
  • Stevenson, Adlai E., 1952
  • Publications - Ohio Election Statistics (1932)
  • Publications - Ohio Election Statistics (1938)
Box 54
  • Democratic National Convention, 1940 - proceedings
  • Democratic National Convention, 1952 - proceedings
  • Elections Laws of the State of Ohio - compiled 1932
    AMBASSADOR TO BELGIUM, 1944-45
    Cables and Telegrams
Box 55
    1944
  • November
  • December
    1945
  • January
  • February
  • March
  • April
  • May
  • June
  • July
  • August
  • September
  • October
  • November-December
  • Dispatches, 1944-45
  • Telegrams - miscellaneous, 1944-45
    Correspondence -General
  • A
  • Appointment as Ambassador
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • E
  • F
Box 56
  • G
  • H
  • J
  • K
  • L
  • M
  • N
  • O
  • P
  • R
  • S
Box 57
  • T
  • V
  • W
  • Z
  • Miscellaneous
    Correspondence - Name File
  • Ball, Frederic J.
  • Bissell, Clayton
  • Byrnes, James
  • Dinsmore, Frank
  • Dinsmore, Joseph
  • Eisenhower, Dwight D.
  • Emanuel, Victor
  • Erskine, G.W.E.J.
  • Frank, Catherine
  • Ganshof, W.J.
  • Goris, Jan A.
  • Grew, Joseph G.
  • Harrington, Julian F.
  • Hume, Edgar E.
  • Keeley, James H.
  • Kirk, Alan
  • Knatchbull-Hugessen, Sir Hugh
  • Koenig, E.F.
  • Kronacker, Paul
  • Leary, Margaret
  • McCabe, Paul
  • Murphy, Robert
  • Patterson, Jefferson
  • Pflieger, Robert
  • Pierlat, Hubert
  • Plank, Ewart
  • Reber, Samuel
  • Roosevelt, Franklin D.
  • Schott, Edward L.
  • Sherman, John B.
Box 58
  • Shohl, Walter M.
  • Smoele, Albert de
  • Smith, Walter B.
  • Spaak, Paul-Henri
  • Staercke, Andre de
  • Stark, Harold R.
  • Stettinius, Edward R.
  • Tack, Raoul
  • Theunis, Georges
  • Truman, Harry S.
  • Van Acker, Achille
  • Van Walyenbergh, M.
  • Williams, Jean
    Correspondence re Belgium after Resignation
  • A-K
  • Accounts settled
  • Kirk, Alan G.
  • L
  • M-V
  • Henrich, Ida
  • Patterson, Jefferson
  • S-V
  • Sherman, John B.
  • State Department
  • Wells, Gladys
    Embassy Files
  • Correspondence with members of the Embassy
  • Daily engagements
  • List of personnel
  • Memoranda - miscellaneous
  • Personal needs and organization
  • Staff rations
    General Subject File
Box 59
  • Accidents involving U.S. military
  • Accounts
  • Agreements
  • Antwerp X Command (2 folders)
  • Applications for employment
  • Aviation
  • Belgian Congo - reports
  • Belgian Congo - Ryckmans (Governor General)
  • Belgian Congo - uranium
  • Billets - Chanar Base
  • Clippings (newspaper)
  • Clubs
  • Credentials
  • Decorations
Box 60
  • Diary of U.S. Ambassador - drafts (folders 1-6)
Box 61
  • Diary of U.S. Ambassador - drafts (folders 7-8)
  • Foreign Economic Administration
  • Foreign Service
  • Mystic Lamb
  • News digests/press releases of State Department
  • Prince Regent of Belgium
  • Psychological Warfare Division
  • Resignation of the Ambassador
  • Rosenman Mission
  • Subscriptions
  • Truman Visit to Antwerp
  • Visitors
    Germany
  • Atrocities
  • Economic reports
  • General memoranda
Box 62
    King Leopold
  • Commission of Information - report on the King (1946)
  • Chronological reports on the King, January 5-November 9, 1945
  • Diary of R.S. Williams-Thomas (Secret Conversations on King Leopold)
    Luxembourg
  • Government affairs/reports
  • Memoranda - general
  • Military affairs
  • Radio Luxembourg
  • Receipts
  • Shipments
  • Waller, George
Box 63
    Personal affairs of the Ambassador
  • Compensation
  • Correspondence with family
  • Cudahy, John
  • Departure for the United States
  • Diary
  • Liquor beverages
  • Memoranda - miscellaneous
  • Power of Attorney
    Reports - Military
  • Fortnightly Report - SHAEF, November 14, 1944
  • Monthly Report - U.S. Forces Europe, November 15, 1944
  • Fortnightly Report - SHAEF, December
  • Fortnightly Report - SHAEF, December 26, 1944
  • Fortnightly Report - SHAEF, January 9, 1945
  • Fortnightly Report - SHAEF, January 23, 1945
  • Fortnightly Report - SHAEF, February 6, 1945
Box 64
  • Fortnightly Report - SHAEF, February 20, 1945
  • Fortnightly Report - SHAEF, March 6, 1945
  • Fortnightly Report - SHAEF, April 3, 1945
  • Fortnightly Report - SHAEF, April 17, 1945
  • Fortnightly Report - SHAEF, May 1, 1945
  • Fortnightly Report - SHAEF, May 29, 1945
  • Fortnightly Report - SHAEF, June 26, 1945
  • Final Report - SHAEF, July 21, 1945
  • Monthly Report - U.S. Forces Europe, September 1945
  • Periodic Report #15 - G-2 U.S. Forces Europe, November 10, 1945
    Reports - Political/Governmental
  • Belgian Government
  • Catholic Church/Party
  • Collaborationists
  • Colonial affairs
  • Communist and Socialist parties
Box 65
  • Economic and financial matters
  • Franco-Belgian relations
  • Labor issues
  • Lend-lease
  • Memoranda from Embassy personnel re Belgian affairs
  • Miscellaneous reports
  • Naval affairs
  • Poland
  • Roosevelt, Franklin D., death of
  • Russian affairs
  • San Francisco Conference
    SHAEF (Supreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Forces)
  • Minutes of Four Party Supply Committee
  • Minutes of Political Sub-Committee meetings
  • SHAEF Mission to Belgium
  • Sherman, John B.
  • Termination of Command
    Speeches and Statements of the Ambassador
  • Henri Chapelle Cemetery, May 30, 1945
  • Malmedy War Memorial, July 22, 1945
  • Statements and speeches - general
  • Talks - National Belgian Radio
Box 66
    Supplies (UNRRA)
  • Belgian Civil Imports Program
  • Coal supplies
  • Food supplies
  • Four Party Supply Committee
  • German supplies
  • Kronacker, Paul
  • Luxembourg
  • Military mission
  • Sawyer, Charles
  • Supplies, General
  • Transportation/procurement
  • Trips by the Ambassador
  • Welfare/War Relief - Organizations
  • Welfare/War Relief - report on services
  • Hollister Report (UNRRA activities in the Netherlands)
  • Official reports on UNRRA (Belgium)
    SECRETARY OF COMMERCE
    Appointment as Secretary
Box 67
  • Swearing-In, Congratulations, Anniversaries
  • Congratulations and Replies
  • Congratulations, A-C
  • Congratulations, D-G
  • Congratulations, H-K
  • Congratulations, L-M
  • Congratulations, N-S
  • Congratulations, T-Z
Box 68
  • Resignation and Commendations
    Articles about Secretary Sawyer
  • Editorials
  • Time magazine, January 30, 1950
  • "Saturday Evening Post," 1950
  • "Business Week," October 21, 1950
  • "U.S. News and World Report," November 10, 1950
  • "Washington (D.C.) Evening Star," January 21, 1951
  • "Parade," May 6, 1951
  • Brief magazine articles
  • Newspaper clippings (folder 1)
  • Newspaper clippings (folder 2)
  • Newspaper clippings (folder 3)
Box 69
  • Requests declined
  • Miscellaneous clippings and articles
  • Photographs transferred to AV Section
    Business Advisory Council File
  • BAC (Business Advisory Council) (folder 1)
  • BAC (Business Advisory Council) (folder 2)
  • Testimonial and other programs
    Correspondence Files
  • Name File - Cox, W. Howard
  • Name File - Davis, Jerome
  • Name File - Dinsmore, Shohl, Sawyer and Dinsmore
  • Name File - Dupree, R.R., Sr.
Box 70
  • Name File - Dunton, James
  • Name File - Eller, Dr. Joseph D.
  • Name File - Hartley, Frank S.
  • Name File - Hook, Charles R.
  • Name File - McElroy, Neil H.
  • Name File - Rockefeller, Nelson A.
  • Name File - Sawyer, Charles
  • Name File - Selke, Frank J.
  • Name File - Shouse, James D.
  • Name File - Silvercruys, Robert
  • Name File - Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. John W.
  • Name File - Sullivan, James H.
  • Name File - White, Luther
  • Name File - Wood, Thomas E.
Box 71
  • General File - Ci-Con
  • General File - Coo-Cz
  • General File - Da
  • General File - De-Di
  • General File - E
  • General File - Fa-Fl
  • General File - Fo-Fz
  • General File - Ga-Gn
  • General File - Go-Gz
  • General File - Ha-He
Box 72
  • General File - Hi-Hz
  • General File - I
  • General File - Mc
  • General File - Mo-Mz
  • General File - Q
  • General File - Ra-Ru
  • General File - Ro-Rz
  • General File - Sa-Se
  • General File - Sh
  • General File - Si-Sn
Box 73
  • General File - So-Sr
  • General File - Sta-Stz
  • General File - Su-Sz
  • General File - Ta-Te
  • General File - Th-Tz
  • General File - U
  • General File - V
  • General File - Wa
  • General File - We
Box 74
  • General File - Wh-Wz
  • General File - X-Y-Z
  • Official Correspondence - A-E
  • Official Correspondence - F-M
  • Official Correspondence - R-Z
Box 75
    Daily Reading File
  • A-M
  • Agriculture, Department of
  • An-Az
  • Ba
  • Barkley, Alben W.
  • Be-Bh
  • Bi-Bl
  • Bo
Box 76
  • Bn
  • Brown, Catherine
  • Bu-Bz
  • Budget, Bureau of - 1948
  • Budget, Bureau of - January - May 1949
Box 77
  • Budget, Bureau of - June - December 1949
  • Budget, Bureau of - 1950
  • Budget, Bureau of - 1951
  • Budget, Bureau of - 1952
  • Byrd, Senator Harry F.
  • Ca
Box 78
  • Ce
  • Chavez, Dennis
  • Cha-Chz
  • Ci-Cl
  • U.S. Civil Service Commission
  • Classified Material
  • Coa-Cl
  • Connally, Tom
  • Connelly, Matthew J.
  • Com-Coz
Box 79
  • Cra-Cz
  • Crosser, Robert
  • Da
  • Defense, Secretary of
  • Di
  • Do
  • Dr-Dz
  • Ea-Em
  • En-Ez
Box 80
  • Fa
  • Fe-Fi
  • Fl-Fo
  • Correspondence with Manley Fleischman - NPA-DPA
  • Correspondence with Henry Fowler - NPA
  • Fr-Fz
  • Ga-Ge
  • Gi-Go
  • Gr-Gz
Box 81
  • Haa-Ham
  • Han-Haz
  • Harrison, W.H.
  • Hassett, William D.
  • He-Hi
  • Hill, Arthur M.
  • Hoffman, Paul G.
  • Ho
  • Hook, Charles R.
  • Hu-Hz
  • Humphrey, Hubert
  • I
Box 82
  • Interior, Department of
  • J
  • Johnson, Edwin C.
  • Johnson, Lyndon B.
  • Justice, Department of - 1948
  • Justice, Department of - 1949
  • Justice, Department of - 1950
Box 83
  • Ka-Ke
  • Kerr, R. Kenneth
  • Ki-Kz
  • La-Le
  • Labor, Secretary of
  • Larson, Jess
  • Li-Lz
Box 84
  • Ma-Mal
  • Mam-Maz
  • Maloney, Mrs. William J.
  • Martin, Joseph W., Jr.
  • Maybank, Burnet R.
  • McA - McF
  • McCann, Pat
  • McG - McW
  • McKellar, Kenneth
  • Me-Mi
Box 85
  • Mo
  • Mu-Mz
  • N
  • O
  • O'Mahoney, Joseph C.
  • Pa
  • Pe-Pi
  • Pl-O
Box 86
  • Post Office Department
  • Ra-Ri
  • Rao-Rop
  • Ror-Rz
  • Rayburn, Sam
  • Sa
Box 87
  • Sawyer, Charles
  • Schott, Edward L.
  • Schoeneman, George J.
  • Sc
  • Se
  • Sh
  • Si-Sl
  • Sm
  • Sparkman, John J.
  • Sn-Sp
  • Sta-Stu
Box 88
  • State, Department of
  • Steelman, John R.
  • Symington, W. Stuart
  • Su-Sz
  • Ta-Ti
  • To-Tz
  • Treasury, Department of
  • Truman, Harry S. - 1948-1950 (folder 1)
Box 89
  • Truman, Harry S. - 1948-1950 (folder 2)
  • Truman, Harry S. - 1951-1953
  • Tydings, Millard E.
  • U-V
  • Wa
  • Warren, Lindsay
  • We
  • Wh
Box 90
  • Wi
  • Williams, J.P.
  • Wilson, Charles E.
  • Wo-Wz
  • Y-Z
    Daily Record Sheets
  • January - December 1948
  • January - June 1949
  • July - December 1949
  • January - June 1950
Box 91
  • July - December 1950
  • January - June 1951
  • July - December 1951
  • January - June 1952
  • July 1952 - January 1953
Box 92
    News and Editorial Commentary, March 1952 - January 1953
  • March 1952
  • April 1952 (folders 1 and 2)
  • May 1952 (folders 1 and 2)
Box 93
  • May 1952 (folder 3)
  • June 1952 (folders 1 and 2)
  • July 1952
  • August 1952 (folder 1)
Box 94
  • August 1952 (folder 2)
  • September 1952 (folders 1 and 2)
  • October 1952 (folders 1 and 2)
Box 95
  • November 1952
  • December 1952 (folders 1 and 2)
  • January 1953
Box 96
    Press Conferences
  • May 10, 1948
  • June 8, 1948
  • August 13, 1948
  • January 14, 1949
  • February 7, 1949
  • February 24, 1949
  • March 23, 1949 - University Club, NYC
  • December 3, 1949 (re report to Congressman Emanuel Celler on monopoly)
  • April 10, 1950
  • November 10, 1950 (re export controls, trade with China, etc.)
  • April 24, 1951
  • June 13, 1951
  • June 12, 1952 (re settlement between Government and Dollar interests)
  • October 20, 1952
  • March 18, 1952
  • September 16, 1952 (re Post-defense market's survey, etc.)
    Radio Appearances
  • "The Veteran Wants to Know" - September 26, 1948
  • Interview by Ned Brooks - February 15, 1949
  • Interview by Paul Martin - April 14, 1949
  • "Meet the Press" - April 22, 1949
  • "The Importance of Iron and Steel to our Economy" - October 29, 1948
  • World Trade Week program - May 25, 1949
  • "Campus Salute" honoring Oberlin College - May 28, 1949
  • "Voice of America" - June 2, 1949
Box 97
  • "The American Forum of the Air" - June 27, 1949
  • "America Speak Up" - (re future of Capitalism) - July 13, 1949
  • University of Chicago Roundtable - NBC - "Will Business Get Better or Worse?" - July 24, 1949 (folder 1)
  • University of Chicago Roundtable - NBC - "Will Business Get Better or Worse?" - July 24, 1949 (folder 2)
  • "Voices and Events," WRC - July 24, 1949
  • "Capitol Cloakroom" - July 27, 1949
  • "Bob Elson, On the Contrary" - November 21, 1949
  • "Headline Edition" - December 1, 1949
  • "You and Small Business" - December 5, 1949
  • "The Veteran Wants to Know" - February 19, 1950
  • Interview by Richard Harkness - April 18, 1950
  • "World Trade Week" - VOA - May 18, 1950
  • ABC Program sponsored by American Association of Advertising Agencies - June 23, 1959
  • "The Miracle of America" - August 20, 1950
  • "Washington Report" - September 10, 1950
  • "One Nation Indivisible" - September 24, 1950
  • Akron, Ohio - December 13, 1950
  • Interview with Sol Laishoff - December 13, 1950
  • Interview with Senator Robert Taft and Secretary Sawyer - January 9, 1951
  • "Capitol Cloakroom" - December 19, 1952
Box 98
  • "No Cease-Fire for Inflation" - July 13, 1951
  • "Talking It Over" - October 27, 1951
  • "Report from Washington" - November 28, 1951
  • Interview with Hazell Markell - December 9, 1951
  • Interview with Norman E. Towson - January 6, 1952
  • "Capitol Memo" - February 10, 1952
  • "Reporters' Roundup" - March 6, 1952
  • "World Trade Builds World Peace" - May 25, 1952
  • "The Merchant Marine in National Defense" - July 2, 1952
  • "Capitol Cloakroom" - August 22, 1952
  • Advertising Council's 10th Anniversary - September 10, 1952
  • "Coffee in Washington" program - October 4, 1952
  • "Capitol Cloakroom" - December 19, 1952
    Foreign Aid File
  • Miscellaneous
  • Reprints and Publications (folder 1)
  • Reprints and Publications (folder 2)
  • Reprints and Publications (folder 3)
Box 99
  • Reprints and Publications (folder 4)
  • "Proposal for a New United States Foreign Economic Policy" (by M. Millikan and W.W. Rostow)
  • Article on Foreign Aid (by Charles Sawyer)
    Hearings before Committees of Congress
  • General - 1948-1949
  • General - 1950
  • General - 1951
  • House Committee on Banking and Currency, re Second Decontrol Act, May 18, 1948
  • H.R. 6007 and S. 2385 re Proposed National Science Foundation Act of 1948 - June 1, 1948
  • Oil Subcommittee of Special Committee to Study Problems of American Small Business - June 18, 1948
Box 100
  • Senate Committee on Banking and Currency - re inflation control, August 4, 1948 (folders 1 and 2)
  • Special Committee to Study Problems of American Small Business - re steel prefabricated houses, August 4, 1948
  • Senate Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, on S. 236 (basing point system), January 24, 1949
  • Small Business Subcommittee of Senate Banking and Currency Committee, on S. 547 - re voluntary agreements and plans, January 25, 1949
  • House Committee on Banking and Currency, on H.R. 1660 - re voluntary agreements and plans, January 27, 1949
  • Small Business Subcommittee of Senate Banking and Currency Committee, on S. 548 - re extension of export controls - June 28, 1949
  • Joint Committee on the Economic Report, February 10, 1949
  • House Appropriations Subcommittee (Rooney Committee), February 25, 1949
  • House Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee (re Trans-Arabian pipeline), February 25, 1949
  • Subcommittee of Senate Committee on Banking and Currency, on S. 1433 (re low-grade tin concentrate), April 13, 1949
  • Senate Subcommittee in Charge of State, Justice and the Judiciary Appropriation Bill, May 3, 1949
  • Subcommittee on Transportation of House Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, re Inland Waterways Corporation, June 15, 1949
  • Subcommittee on Utilization of Farm Crops, Senate Committee on Agriculture and Forestry - re fats and oils situation, August 9, 1949
  • House Committee on Foreign Affairs - re HR 5615, October 4, 1949
  • House Subcommittee on Appropriations - Budget Estimates - FY 1951, February 6, 1951
  • Subcommittee of House Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee - re separation of air mail subsidies, February 15, 1950
  • House Committee on Public Works - H.J. Res. 271 (re approving agreement between U.S. and Canada relative to Great Lakes - St. Lawrence Basin), April 24 and 28, 1950
Box 101
  • House Committee on Public Works - H.J. Res. 271 (re approving general agreement between U.S. and Canada relative to Great Lakes - St. Lawrence Basin), April 27, 1950
  • Special Subcommittee on Synthetic Rubber, of Armed Services Committee, House of Representatives, February 20, 1950
  • House Committee on Expenditures in Executive Departments (re Reorganization Plan No. 5, 1950), April 26, 1950
  • Senate Committee on Expenditures in Executive Departments, S.R. 259 (re Disapproval of Reorganization Plan No. 5), April 27, 1950
  • Senate Committee on Expenditures in Executive Departments (re Reorganization Plan No. 21 - Governments' maritime functions), May 8, 1950
  • Senate Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee (Executive session), May 25, 1950
  • Senate Committee on Expenditures in Executive Departments (re Reorganization Plan No. 24 - RFC), June 24, 1950
  • Senate Banking and Currency Committee (re S. 3625 - Small Business Act of 1950), June 22, 1950 (folders 1 and 2)
Box 102
  • House Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee (re Inland Waterways Corporation), June 27, 1950
  • Senate Banking and Currency Committee (re Defense Production Act of 1950), July 25, 1950
  • House Banking and Currency Committee (re Defense Production Act of 1950), July, 25, 1950
  • Special Subcommittee on Defense Activities of House Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee (re export controls), September 6, 1950
  • House Appropriations Subcommittee - re export control supplemental request, December 4, 1950
  • Joint Committee on Defense Production, December 20, 1950
  • House Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee (Department's legislative program for 82nd Congress), February 6, 1951
  • Subcommittee on Judiciary Committee, on Study of Monopoly Power, February 7, 1951
  • House Committee on Public Works (re St. Lawrence Seaway), February 20, 1951
  • House Appropriations Committee - (re National Production Authority requirements), March 7, 1951
  • Subcommittee on Independent Offices Appropriations (re maritime appropriations), March 12, 1951
  • Subcommittee of Select Committee on Small Business, U.S. Senate (re rubber), March 26, 1951
  • Senate Appropriations Committee (re National Production Authority), March 30, 1951
  • House Appropriations Subcommittee (re 1952 budget for Department of Commerce), April 2, 1951
  • House Committee on Foreign Affairs (Battle subcommittee) - HR 1621 and HR 1939 (re strategic war materials to Russia), April 3, 1951
  • Senate Subcommittee on Independent Office Appropriations (re Budget request of Inland Waterways Corporation), April 6, 1951
  • House Committee on Banking and Currency - on H.J. Res. 197, to Continue Export Control Act, April 11, 1951
  • Senate Subcommittee on Appropriations, April 24, 1951
Box 103
  • Senate Banking and Currency Committee (re extension of Defense Production Act of 1950), May 7, 1951 (folders 1-2)
  • Subcommittee on Reorganization of Senate Committee on Expenditures in the Executive Department, on S. 1166, June 5, 1951
  • Expenditures in Executive Departments - Subcommittee on Federal Relations with International Organizations (H.R. 3406 and H.R. 3097), June 12, 1951
  • House Appropriations Subcommittee, in Support of Export Control Appropriations for FY 1952, June 27, 1951
  • Senate Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee - (re S. 1657 - Subsidy Separation Act of 1951), June 28, 1951
  • House Ways and Means Committee (re H.R. 1535 - Customs Simplification Bill), August 10, 1951
  • House Appropriations Subcommittee - Support of expenses of Defense production for FY 1952, September 14, 1951
  • House Appropriations Subcommittee, January 14, 1952
  • Joint Committee on Defense Production, January 15, 1952
  • Independence Offices Subcommittee of the House Appropriations Committee (re Maritime Administration, Federal Maritime Board, and Inland Waterways Corporation), January 28, 1952
  • Senate Committee on S.J. Res. 27 - St. Lawrence Seaway Project, February 29, 1952
  • Joint Committee on Defense Production (re proposed Canadian aluminum contract), June 2, 1952
  • Subcommittee on Appropriations, June 16, 1952
Box 104
    Testimony and Statements before Committees of Congress by Charles Sawyer
  • May 18 - November 18, 1948
  • January 6 - December 1, 1949
  • December 5, 1949 - April 24, 1950
  • April 26 - December 31, 1950
  • January 5 - December 17, 1951
  • January 9 - December 15, 1952
Box 105
    Dollar Line Case
  • Reports and Summaries
  • Documents
  • Correspondence
  • Clippings
  • Confidential notes, memoranda, etc.
  • Miscellaneous
Box 106
    Economic Survey Trips - 1949-1952
  • Boston, Massachusetts - June 25-16, 1949
  • Cincinnati, Ohio - August 4, 1949
  • Seattle, Washington - September 21-24, 1949
  • Salt Lake City, Utah - September 24-26, 1949
  • Denver, Colorado - September 27-30, 1949
  • Detroit, Michigan - August 1, 1949
  • Lansing, Michigan - August 2, 1949
  • Cleveland, Ohio - August 3, 1949
  • Southeastern trip - August 10-12, 1949
  • Buffalo, New York - August 16, 1949
  • West Coast Trip - September 10 - October 1, 1949
  • Background information for conferences at Chicago and Pittsburgh
  • Chicago-Pittsburgh, November 1-4, 1949
  • Florida, Alabama, Louisiana, Texas, Oklahoma, Missouri, Nebraska and Illinois, November 8-18, 1949
  • New York City, October 4-7, 1949
Box 107
  • San Diego, California - September 10-11, 1949
  • Los Angeles, California - September 12-15, 1949
  • San Francisco, California - September 15-19, 1949
  • Portland, Oregon - September 19-21, 1949
  • Caribbean trip - October 5-12, 1950 (folder 1)
  • Caribbean trip - October 5-12, 1950 (folder 2)
  • St. Louis, Missouri - October 4, 1952
  • Colorado Springs, Colorado - October 4-6, 1952
  • Los Angeles, California - October 9-11, 1952
  • Los Angeles, California - October 9-11, 1952
  • Las Vegas, Nevada - October 11-13, 1952
  • Salt Lake City, Utah - October 13-14, 1952
  • Oklahoma City, Oklahoma - October 15, 1952
  • Lincoln, Nebraska - October 16, 1952
  • Chicago, Illinois - October 16-18, 1952
  • San Francisco, California - October 6-9, 1952
Box 108
  • European Mission, 1952 - General (folder 1)
  • European Mission, 1952 - General (folder 2)
  • European Mission, 1952 - Bon Voyage messages
  • European Mission, 1952 - November - December 1952
  • European Mission, 1952 - Countries visited (chronologically) (folder 1)
  • European Mission, 1952 - Countries visited (chronologically) (folder 2)
  • European Mission, 1952 - Report to the President, comments, clippings, etc.
  • European Mission, 1952 - Invitations, mementos, etc.
Box 109
  • European Mission, 1952 - Economic Materials - Great Britain and France
  • European Mission, 1952 - Economic Materials - Germany and Italy
  • European Mission, 1952 - Economic Materials - Greece, Turkey and the Netherlands
  • European Mission, 1952 - Economic Materials - Belgium and Spain
  • European Mission, 1952 - Economic Materials - Correspondence (out of binder)
Box 110
    Basic Steel Strike and Seizure, 1952
  • Appointment sheets, April - July 1952
  • Confidential dictation re steel strike
  • Conversations with an imposter - General Accounting Office
  • Correspondence between the Secretary and the steel companies
  • Documents (extra copies)
  • Economic Stabilization Agency
  • General memoranda on strike (2 folders)
  • "Government Seizure of the Basic Steel Industry" - first draft
  • "Government Seizure of the Basic Steel Industry" - second draft
  • "Government Seizure of the Basic Steel Industry" - final draft
Box 111
  • "Government Seizure of the Basic Steel Industry" - chronological history (copy 1)
  • "Government Seizure of the Basic Steel Industry" - chronological history (copy 2)
  • "Government Seizure of the Basic Steel Industry" - significant documents
  • History - organization and administration of the Government-operated steel industry (first draft)
  • Letter from Chairman, Council of Economic Advisers
  • List of Government seized plants
  • Memoranda - general
  • Newspaper clippings (folder 1)
Box 112
  • Newspaper clippings (folders 2-4)
  • Notes on meeting with John E. Slater (President of American Export Lines)
  • Office of Price Stabilization
  • Organization/administration of the Government Operated Steel Industry (first draft)
Box 113
  • Organization/Administration of the Government Operated Steel Industry (Part III)
  • Organization for steel industry operations
  • Press releases (2 folders)
  • Public commentary (pro/con)
  • Steel strike (extra copies of memoranda)
  • Steel strike - House of Representatives - Proceedings in District Court and Court of Appeals
Box 114
  • Steel strike - House of Representatives - petitions for certiorari and Briefs in the Supreme Court
  • Steel strike - legal briefs
  • Steel strike - legal documents
  • Steel strike - memoranda - general
  • Steel strike - messages
  • Telephone calls - memoranda re
  • Wage Stabilization Board - report and recommendations
  • Work Sheets - O.S.I.O.
Box 115
    General File
  • Advisory Board on International Development (Report)
  • Business activities
  • Cincinnati, Ohio - correspondence
  • Commerce Department - miscellaneous items
  • Commercial Club - Cincinnati, Ohio
  • Confidential dictation re Newbold Morris and the tanker "Meacham"
  • Confidential dictation from the Secretary re the "S.S. United States"
  • Czechoslovakia - proposed steel mill
  • Economic survey of Europe - report to the President, 1952
  • Freedoms Foundation Award
  • Gray, Gordon
  • Honorary degree (Doctor of Laws) University of Cincinnati, June 9, 1950
  • Honorary degree (Doctor of Laws) Bryant College, August 5, 1950
  • Honorary degree (Doctor of Laws) Franklin and Marshall College, June 4, 1951
  • Honorary degree (Master of Science) Lowell Textile Institute, December 14, 1951
  • Inauguration plans, 1949
Box 116
  • Inter-American Cultural Trade Center, Miami, Florida
  • International Civil Aviation Policy Report to the Secretary of Commerce, 1951
  • Invitations - entertainment by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sawyer
  • Invitations - from President and Mrs. Harry S. Truman (accepted)
  • Invitations - from President and Mrs. Harry S. Truman (declined)
  • Invitations - to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sawyer - social and personal (accepted), 1950
  • Invitations - to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sawyer - social and personal (accepted), 1951
Box 117
  • Invitations - to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sawyer - social and personal (accepted), 1952-53
  • Lee, Michael
  • List of Secret and Confidential files returned to the Department by Secretary Sawyer, 1953
  • Major accomplishments of the Department of Commerce in 1952
  • Mexico - Correspondence
  • Office of Industry Cooperation - report, 1948
  • Pepsi Cola Bottling Company, Parkersburg, West Virginia
  • Political affairs (Commerce Department)
  • Press releases
  • Reorganization (Commerce Department)
  • Rockefeller Report
Box 118
  • Sawyer, Mrs. Charles - invitations from Mrs. Truman (accepted and declined)
  • "S.S. United States" (4 folders)
Box 119
  • Telephone messages - Office of the Secretary (folder 1)
  • Telephone messages - Office of the Secretary (folder 2)
  • Travel documents
  • Truman, Harry S. - correspondence, 1945-46
  • Truman, Harry S. - correspondence, 1948
  • Truman, Harry S. - correspondence, 1949
  • Truman, Harry S. - correspondence, 1950
Box 120
  • Truman, Harry S. - correspondence, 1951
  • Truman, Harry S. - correspondence, 1952-53 (2 folders)
  • Television (NBC) Interview by Gil Kingsbury, May 13, 1948
  • Television (NBC) "Meet the Press," July 11, 1949
  • Television (NBC) American Forum of the Air, July 29, 1950
  • Television (newsreel) Station XHTV, Mexico City, August 17, 1950
  • Television (NBC) "Battle Report Washington," September 17, 1950
  • Television (NBC) "Meet the Press," December 17, 1950
  • Television (NBC) New Year's Eve Roundup, December 31, 1950
  • Television "The Facts We Face," Washington, D.C., January 7, 1951
  • Television (NBC) "Battle Report," Washington, D.C., May 27, 1951
  • Television (NBC) "Camel Caravan," December 31, 1951
  • Television (NBC) "Battle Report Washington," March 2, 1952
  • Television (NBC) "Meet the Press," April 20, 1952
  • Television (NBC) "Youth Wants to Know," May 3, 1952
  • Virden, John C.
  • White House - weekly meeting with businessmen
  • Yugoslavia - proposed blooming mill for
Box 121
    Speech File
    1948
  • List of addresses by Charles Sawyer, 1948-1953
  • May 18 - Committee on Banking and Currency - House of Representatives
  • June 1 - Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce - House of Representatives (National Science Foundation)
  • June 8 - Special Libraries Association, Washington, D.C.
  • June 14 - Advertising Federation of America, Cincinnati, Ohio
  • July 1 - Editors of McGraw-Hill magazines, Washington, D.C.
  • July 4 - The American Turners, St. Louis, Missouri
  • August 3 - Association of State Planning/Development Agencies, Washington, D.C.
  • August 10 - Veterans of Foreign Wars, St. Louis, Missouri
  • September 8 - American Retail Federation, Washington, D.C.
  • September 16 - National Conference of Business Paper Editors, Washington, D.C.
  • October 16 - Commercial Club dinner, Cincinnati, Ohio
  • October 25 - United New England Scrap Drive dinner, Boston, Massachusetts
  • October 26 - Conference on Distribution luncheon, Boston, Massachusetts
Box 122
  • November 8 - National Foreign Trade Convention, New York, New York
  • November 12 - Building Products Executives Conference, Washington, D.C.
  • November 12 - Conference of Negro Savings and Loan Associations, Washington, D.C.
  • November 18 - National Bureau of Standards, Washington, D.C.
  • November 19 - Canadian - United Kingdom meeting on standards, Washington, D.C.
  • December 3 - Congress of American Industry (NAM), New York, New York (2 folders)
  • December 9 - Automobile Manufacturers Association, Detroit, Michigan
    1949
  • January 2 - End year Review of the Economic Situation, Washington, D.C.
  • January 6 - Demonstration of atomic clock, Bureau of Standards, Washington, D.C.
  • January 13 - Chamber of Commerce, Richmond, Virginia
Box 123
  • January 24 - Senate Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce (S. 236)
  • February 7 - Mississippi Valley Association, St. Louis, Missouri
  • February 9 - Advertising Council Board of Directors, Washington, D.C.
  • February 17 - McGraw-Hill editors and executives, Washington, D.C.
  • February 28 - World Trade Conference, Chicago, Illinois
  • March 2 - Trade Association executives, Washington, D.C.
  • March 23 - Commerce and Industry Association, New York, New York
  • April 6 - Midday Club, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • April 20 - Fourth Conference - Negro in Business, Washington, D.C.
  • April 24 - American Business-World Development, Cape Henry, Virginia
  • April 26 - Society of Washington, Washington, D.C.
  • May 6 - Dedication - Harry Diamond Ordnance Laboratory, Washington, D.C.
  • May 12 - White House Conference (Committee for Economic Development), Washington, D.C.
  • May 23 - World Trade Commission - Washington Board of Trade, Washington, D.C.
  • May 26 - American Iron and Steel Institute, New York, New York
Box 124
  • May 27 - National Restaurant Association, Atlantic City, New Jersey
  • May 30 - Second Canadian International Trade Fair, Toronto, Canada
  • June 2 - World Trade Community dinner, Springfield, Ohio
  • June 8 - Canadian Manufacturers' Association, St. Andrews, New Brunswick, Canada
  • June 13 - National War College, Washington, D.C.
  • June 14 - Executive Dinner Forum, University Club, New York, New York
  • July 28 - Ceremonies on the "S.S. Isle de France," New York, New York
  • September 7 - Bureau of Public Roads, Washington, D.C.
  • September 8 - Board of Directors, National Sales Executives, Washington, D.C.
  • September 13 - Theatre Owners of America Convention, Los Angeles, California
Box 125
  • September 14 - Opening of Foreign Trade Zone, Los Angeles, California
  • September 18-19 - Western States Democratic Conference, San Francisco, California
  • September 21 - Propeller Club Dinner, Seattle, Washington
  • September 22 - Opening of Foreign Trade Zone, Seattle, Washington
  • September 23 - Chamber of Commerce luncheon, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
  • October 5 - Advertising Club of New York, New York
  • October 6 - National Conference of Christians and Jews, New York, New York
  • October 19 - American Society of Travel Agents convention, Mexico City, Mexico (2 folders)
  • November 3 - National Management Clinic, Chicago, Illinois
  • November 29 - National Press Club, Washington, D.C.
Box 126
  • December 1 - Outdoor Advertising Association of America, Detroit, Michigan
  • December 5 - Public Relations Society of America, New York, New York
  • December 16 - Society of Business Magazine Editors, Washington, D.C.
  • December 19 - Year-End Review of Economic Situation, Washington, D.C.
    1950
  • January 9 - Queen City Club Banquet, Cincinnati, Ohio
  • January 20 - Board of Directors, United States Chamber of Commerce, Miami Beach, Florida
  • January 24 - American Bankers Association Conference, Chicago, Illinois
  • January 28 - National Canners Association Convention, Atlantic City, New Jersey
  • February 3 - Board of Directors (M.B.C., Inc.), Washington, D.C.
  • February 10 - Institute of Navigation, Washington, D.C.
  • February 14 - Fiscal Correspondents Association, Washington, D.C.
  • February 14 - Honor Awards Program, Department of Commerce, Washington, D.C.
  • February 16 - Board of Directors, Advertising Council, Washington, D.C.
  • February 19 - MBS - "The Veteran Wants to Know" Interview
  • March 30 - American Cotton Manufacturers Institute, Palm Beach, Florida
Box 127
  • March 31 - American Association of Advertising Agencies, White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia
  • April 3 - Business/Professional Men, University of Cincinnati
  • April 12 - Dinner for Richard P. Carlton, Minneapolis, Minnesota
  • April 13 - DFL State Central Committee, Minneapolis, Minnesota
  • April 13 - Chamber of Commerce, Minneapolis, Minnesota
  • April 26 - Committee on Expenditures in the Executive Departments, House of Representatives
  • April 27 - Committee on Expenditures in the Executive Departments, United States Senate
  • May 1 - United States Chamber of Commerce dinner, Washington, D.C.
  • May 4 - ABC address on the 17th Decennial Census, Washington, D.C.
  • May 14 - National Democratic Conference, Chicago, Illinois
  • May 16 - Joint Travel Mission to South America luncheon, Washington, D.C.
  • May 23 - World Trade luncheon, New York, New York
Box 128
  • May 24 - Stephen Girard Day dinner, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • June 10 - Harvard Business School Association Conference, Boston, Massachusetts
  • June 13 - Comptroller Congress Convention, Washington, D.C.
  • June 20 - Miami-Jacobs College commencement, Dayton, Ohio
  • June 28 - Baltimore Association of Commerce, Baltimore, Maryland
  • June 28 - Congressional luncheon, Washington, D.C.
  • August 4 - Bryant College commencement, Providence, Rhode Island
  • August 25 - Order on domestic rubber consumption, Washington, D.C.
  • September 1 - Public Roads International Training Course, Washington, D.C.
  • September 7 - Board of Directors, National Sales Executives, Washington, D.C.
  • September 19 - Committee on Mobilization Policy (NSRB) Washington, D.C.
  • September 27 - Association of National Advertisers, Chicago, Illinois
  • October 2 - Steel Industry Expansion of Production (report)
Box 129
  • October 12 - Inter-American Cultural and Trade Center Committee, Miami, Florida
  • October 21 - VFW dinner, New York, New York
  • October 25 - American Automobile Association, New York, New York
  • November 1 - National Foreign Trade Convention, New York, New York
  • November 2 - Democratic Party meeting, Cleveland, Ohio
  • November 12 - "Export Controls on China Trade" (statement)
  • December 7 - National Conference of Christians and Jews, Cincinnati, Ohio
  • December 11 - Merit Safety Awards, National Press Club, Washington, D.C.
  • December 16 - Canadian - United States Trade statement
    1951
  • January 5 - Statement on release of technological information
  • January 10 - New England Shoe and Leather Association, Boston, Massachusetts
  • January 11 - Advertising Council dinner, Washington, D.C.
  • January 29 - Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Sloan Fellows, Washington, D.C.
  • February 5 - Chamber of Commerce dinner, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Box 130
  • February 13 - Chamber of Commerce dinner, Dayton, Ohio
  • March 4 - Award service, John Wesley, A.M.E., Washington, D.C.
  • March 8 - Ohio Newspaper Association banquet, Columbus, Ohio
  • March 29 - Conference on the Negro in Business, Washington, D.C.
  • April 2 - Letter to Senator Gillette on rubber distribution
  • April 10 - Chamber of Commerce banquet, Buffalo, New York
  • April 24 - Economic Club dinner meeting, New York, New York
  • May 10 - Variety Clubs International, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • May 21 - Union League Club, New York, New York
  • May 21 - Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company convention, New York, New York
  • May 28 - Statement on proposed settlement of the Dollar Line case
Box 131
  • June 11 - Advertising Federation of America, St. Louis, Missouri
  • June 13 - President's Highway Safety Conference, Washington, D.C.
  • June 14 - UNIVAC dedication ceremony, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • June 27 - National Airport luncheon, Washington, D.C.
  • July 13 - Radio broadcast on economic controls (CBS), Washington, D.C.
  • August 15 - FTC executive staff luncheon, Washington, D.C.
  • September 7 - Public Roads International Training Course, Washington, D.C.
  • September 8 - Scrap Mobilization Day, Cleveland, Ohio
  • September 8 - National Association of Employees, Cleveland, Ohio
  • September 14 - International Union of Chemistry dinner, Washington, D.C.
  • September 15 - Testimonial dinner for Albert Horstman, Dayton, Ohio
  • September 21 - Board of Trade luncheon, Washington, D.C.
  • September 27 - Dr. Edward N. Condon banquet, Washington, D.C.
  • October 3 - National Production Authority orientation, Washington, D.C.
  • October 9 - United Business Men's Association, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • October 10 - Corning Glass Works Regional dinner, Corning, New York
  • October 11 - Ohio Society of Washington, Washington, D.C.
  • October 11 - American Life Convention, Toronto, Canada
  • October 12 - National Development Committee, American University, Washington, D.C.
  • October 18 - Richland County celebration, Olney, Illinois
Box 132
  • October 19 - Advertising/Sales Promotion Conference, Columbus, Ohio
  • October 24 - Foreign Service officers luncheon, Washington, D.C.
  • November 7 - Retailing clinic, Atlanta, Georgia
  • November 13 - Student Community Association (American University), Washington, D.C.
  • December 14 - Lowell Textile Institute, Lowell, Massachusetts
    1952
  • January 28 - Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Sloan Fellows), Washington, D.C.
  • February 1 - Executive Club luncheon, Washington, D.C.
  • February 5 - Harvard Business School Club, Washington, D.C.
  • February 25 - Chamber of Commerce luncheon, Tallahassee, Florida
  • February 25 - Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida
  • March 5 - Advertising Council luncheon, Washington, D.C.
Box 133
  • March 26 - Civil Reserve Air Fleet meeting, Washington, D.C.
  • March 26 - Defense Mobilization Program meeting, Washington, D.C.
  • March 31 - British Caravan Friendship ceremonies, Washington, D.C.
  • April 5 - Coronation of the Cherry Blossom Queen, Washington, D.C.
  • April 7 - Economic Club luncheon, Detroit, Michigan
  • April 29 - U.S. Chamber of Commerce Transportation luncheon, Washington, D.C.
  • May 19 - Bureau of Public Roads session, Washington, D.C.
  • May 22 - Propellor Club dinner, Washington, D.C.
  • June 3 - Highway safety film premiere, Washington, D.C.
  • June 25 - Aviation industry meeting, Washington, D.C.
  • August 5 - National Press Club luncheon, Washington, D.C.
  • September 9 - Sales Executive Club luncheon, Washington, D.C.
  • September 11 - National Sales Executives Board of Directors, Washington, D.C.
  • September 30 - American Marketing Association, Washington, D.C.
Box 134
  • October 10 - Propellor Club of the United States, Los Angeles, California
  • October 17 - President's Highway Safety Conference, Chicago, Illinois
  • October 20 - National Safety Conference, Chicago, Illinois
  • October 25 - Democratic National Committee dinner, Riverside, New Jersey
  • December 28 - National Conference of the American Marketing Association, Chicago, Illinois
    Articles, Messages and Statements
  • 1948
  • 1949
  • 1950
  • 1951
  • 1952
Box 135
    Publicity File
  • Newspaper clippings re Mexico trip (1949)
  • Clippings re Secretary Sawyer's Columbus, Ohio speech, October 1951
  • Articles by Drew Pearson re Secretary's Columbus, Ohio speech, October 1951
  • Press releases (June 14, 1948 - September 13, 1949)
  • Press releases (September 21, 1949 - June 28, 1950)
Box 136
  • Press releases ( August 4, 1950 - October 9, 1951)
  • Press releases (October 11, 1951 - December 28, 1952)
  • Press clippings - economic survey trip (Northeast), 1949
Box 137
  • Press clippings - economic survey trip (South, Midwest, Pacific Coast), 1949
  • Press clippings - economic survey trip (miscellaneous), 1949.
  • Press clippings - University of Chicago Roundtable, July 24, 1949
Box 138
    Publications File - Bound
  • Annual Report - Secretary of Commerce, 1948 (2 folders)
  • Annual Report - Secretary of Commerce, 1949
  • Annual Report - Secretary of Commerce, 1950
  • Annual Report - Secretary of Commerce, 1951
  • Annual Report - Secretary of Commerce, 1952
  • European Recovery and American Aid - PCFA Report
Box 139
  • Resources for Freedom - report to the President by the President's Materials Policy Commission, June, 1952 (2 folders)
  • Publications - miscellaneous
  • Reports - government
    Appointments File
  • Card Index - appointments - A-G
  • Card Index - appointments - H-O
  • Card Index - appointments - M-Z
Box 140
    COMMISSION ON ORGANIZATION OF THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH OF THE GOVERNMENT (HOOVER COMMISSION)
  • Task Force on Overseas Operations, June - September, 1954
  • Task Force on Overseas Operations, October, 1954
  • Task Force on Overseas Operations, November, 1954 (folder 1)
  • Task Force on Overseas Operations, November, 1954 (folder 2)
  • Task Force on Overseas Operations, December, 1954 (folder 1)
  • Task Force on Overseas Operations, December, 1954 (folder 2)
Box 141
  • Task Force on Overseas Operations, January, 1955 (folder 1)
  • Task Force on Overseas Operations, January, 1955 (folder 2)
  • Task Force on Overseas Operations, February 1955
  • Task Force on Overseas Operations, March, 1955
  • Task Force on Overseas Operations (preliminary) - March 1955
  • Task Force on Overseas Operations (final) - June 1955
Box 142
  • General - April - May 1955
  • General - June - July 1955
  • General - General, 1956
  • Task Force Activities - 1957-1958
Box 143
    MISCELLANEOUS MEMORANDA
  • Brooks, Philip C.
  • Commission on Money and Credit - application to the Ford Foundation
  • Commission on Money and Credit - general (3 folders)
  • Commission on Money and Credit - report (Vol. II)
  • Committee for Economic Development
Box 144
  • Employment, Growth and Price Levels - Staff Report to Congress (Joint Economic Committee), 1959
  • Hoover Commission
  • International Exposition (proposed) 1959
  • Manuscript material
  • Miscellaneous speeches and Correspondence (2 folders)
  • Money and Credit - Report of the Commission on (Vol. I), 1961
Box 145
  • Monograph - Consumer Finance Industry
  • National Commission on Money and Credit
  • Occupation of Belgium by Germany (World War II)
  • Photographs, correspondence relating to
  • Speech material
  • Truman, Harry S. - post-Presidential correspondence
  • Card Records of Visitors
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