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Billy James Hargis Papers (MC 1412)

Series II

Domestic Policy and Issues

Boxes 6-82

This series includes topics related to domestic policy, including government and politics; liberal and left wing materials; conservative and right wing materials; materials related to education; materials related to social issues; and materials related to religion. A final group of “Miscellaneous Materials” includes items that do not readily fall into one of the preceding categories.

Subseries 3. Conservative and Right Wing Materials

This subseries includes “conservative” materials broadly defined. The first section of materials are related to Allen A. Zoll and the National Council for American Education. The second section includes conservative individuals and organizations, concluding with materials related to extreme far right groups such as the Ku Klux Klan and neo-Nazis. The third section focuses on business and the economy. The final section features materials related to the taxpayers’ revolt.

Box 33
  1. Allen A. Zoll–Biographical Materials, 1952-1953, 1967-1968.
  2. American Patriots, 1939.
  3. Court Case–People of the State of New York v. Allen Zoll, 1939-1943.

NCAE—Organization

  1. Advertising, 1948.
  2. Book Club, 1947-1948.
  3. Certificate, 1949.
  4. Miscellaneous Materials, 1944-1952.
  5. Pamphlets, 1949-1951, 1964.
  6. Publications–Educational Guardian, August 1949, March-July 1950, March 1952, January 1953.
  7. Taxes, 1948, 1954.
  8. Thanksgiving Message, 1948-1950.

Zoll and NCAE—Subject and Correspondence Files

  1. Charles B. Ackley, 1949.
  2. American Economic Foundation (New York), 1941, 1948-1952.
  3. American Foundation (New York), 1952.
  4. Edward Banta, 1938-1939.
  5. Harry J. Beardsley, 1948-1953.
  6. Mary Beauchamp, 1950-1951.
  7. Elizabeth Beaumont, 1952-1954.
  8. George Blumer, 1950.
  9. Dorothy Dunbar Bromley, 1955.
  10. Thomas Buchanan, 1950-1951.
  11. Edgar Bundy, 1950-1955, 1970.
  12. Franklin L. Burdette, 1962.
  13. Phyllis Byram, 1949.
  14. Mae Cardon, 1953.
  15. Frank Chodorov, 1951-1952.
  16. Vernon Christopherson, 1950-1951.
  17. Albert A. Clark, 1951.
  18. Mrs. Kenneth C. Crain, 1948-1951.
  19. Fred L. Crawford, 1950.
  20. Luigi Criscuolo, 1954.
  21. Isabel Currier, 1952.
  22. Harold G. Cutright, 1953.
  23. Dames of the Loyal Legion of the U.S.A., n.d.
  24. George B. de Huszar, 1951-1954.
  25. George Dewey, 1954.
  26. Education, 1950-1957.
  27. Foundation for Social Research, 1952.
  28. W.A. Gray, 1949.
  29. Guardians of Our American Heritage, 1952-1955.
  30. Harvard University–“Red-ucators at Harvard University,” 1949-1952.
  31. Independence Foundation (Portland, IN), 1955.
  32. Sara Roddis Jones, 1950.
  33. W. Henry MacFarland, 1950.
  34. James H. Madole–National Renaissance Party, 1949.
  35. Ira H. Masters, 1952.
  36. McCall’s (magazine), 1951.
  37. McCall’s, 1952-1953.
  38. The Militant (New York), 1952.
  39. Robert Paterson, 1949-1951.
  40. H.F. Pritchard, 1954.
  41. Ravines, 1952.
  42. Redbook (magazine), 1951, 1953.
  43. J. Howard Rhodes, 1951.
  44. Iva Scheffel, 1954.
  45. Jack Schwartzman, 1951.
  46. Paul Shafer–Battle Creek Academy (Michigan), 1952.
  47. Edward James Smythe, 1951.
  48. Spain, 1939.
  49. Richard A. Stimson, 1951.
  50. Lyle Stuart, 1952.
  51. Mrs. Edward Suchman, 1954.
  52. Helen Swain, 1948.
  53. Textbooks, 1948-1953.
  54. United American Council, 1951-1952.
  55. Rena M. Vale– The Red Court, 1952.
  56. U.S.A. (magazine), 1952.
  57. Voice of America–Allen Zoll Testimony, n.d.
  58. John E. Waters, 1948.
  59. Nathan Boone Williams, 1949-1951.
  60. Jennings Wise, 1954.
  61. Felix Wittner, 1950-1952.
  62. Peter Xavier, 1949-1954.
  63. Yale University–“Red-ucators at Yale University,” 1949.
  64. Manfred Zapp, 1951-1955.

Conservatism and the Conservative Movement—General Materials

  1. Anti-Communists–Libel Suits, 1963-1970.
  2. Conservatism, 1978.
  3. Conservative Movement, 1961-1975.
  4. Conservative Movement–Getting Involved, 1960-1972.
  5. Conservative Newspapers, 1948-1973.
  6. Conservatives–Liberal War Against, 1962-1973.
  7. Conservatives–Lists of Individuals, Organizations, and Publications.
  8. Fluoridation, 1954-1955.
  9. Government Control of the Economy, ca. 1944-1945.
  10. Relmin Morin–Series on the Far Right, 1962.
  11. Right Wing Conservatives, 1961-1966.
Box 37 Conservatism and the Conservative Movement—General Materials
  1. Right Wing Organizations, 1957-1967, 1970.
  2. Jack Steele–Hate Inc. Column, Washington Daily News, 1955.

Conservative and Right Wing Individuals, Organizations, and Publications

  1. Accuracy in Media (AIM), 1977.
  2. AIM– AIM Report, 1973-1975.
  3. Lee J. Adamson (Bellingham, WA)– Liberty Line, December 1966-May 1967.
  4. Charles R. Allen (Boston)– Countertide, 1951-1952.
  5. America Foundation, 1942, 1949.
  6. American Action (Chicago), n.d.
  7. American Business Consultants (ABC)– Counterattack, 1948.
  8. ABC– Counterattack, 1963-1965.
  9. ABC– Counterattack, 1968-1973.
  10. American Citizenship Foundation, 1937.
  11. American Coalition of Patriotic Societies (ACPS), 1938-1955, 1963, 1976.
  12. ACPS–Milton Lory, 1947-1950, 1962.
  13. American Conservative Club, 1966.
  14. American Conservative Union (ACU), 1967-1973.
  15. ACU– Battle Line, 1969-1971, 1973-1975, 1979.
  16. American Defense Fund, 1969.
  17. American Education Association– Crossroads, 1948-1950.
  18. American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, 1971, 1976.
  19. American Eugenics Party, 1965.
  20. American Flag Committee, 1952-1954, 1967-1968.
  21. AFC–Operation 76, ca. 1967.
  22. American Heritage Education Corporation, 1951.
  23. American Heritage Foundation, 1947-1954.
  24. American Heritage Protective Committee, 1951-1957.
  25. American Institute for Economic Research, 1973.
  26. American League for Good Government– Bulletin, December 1945.
  27. The American Mercury (TAM), 1973.
  28. TAMWashington Observer Newsletter, July 1967-December 1972 (scattered issues).
  29. TAMWashington Observer Newsletter, January 1973-August 1976 (scattered issues).
  30. American Municipal Association, 1949.
  31. American Patriot, April, July 1938.
  32. American Patriots, 1939-1941, 1966.
  33. American Progress (Los Angeles), May 1955.
  34. American Public Relations Forum (Burbank, CA), 1956.
  35. American Research Institute– American Report, 1975.
  36. American Victory Committee–Richard Barnett, 1967.
  37. American Vigilant Intelligence Federation (Chicago)– The Vigilante, August 1934.
  38. American Way Features, 1969.
  39. Americanism Education League, n.d.
  40. Americans Against Union control of Government, n.d.
  41. Americans for America, 1969-1970.
  42. Americans for Competitive Enterprise, 1949-1955.
  43. Americans for Constitutional Action, 1959-1966.
  44. Americans for Constitutional Government, 1950.
  45. Americans for Law and Order, 1968.
  46. Americans for Republican Action, 1947-1952.
  47. Americans for Traditional Liberties, 1955.
  48. America’s Future, Inc., 1969-1970.
  49. Tom Anderson– Straight Talk, 1955-1963, 1968.
  50. Anti-Communist League of York County (Pennsylvania)– Newsletter, n.d.
  51. Anti-Communist Liaison, 1963-1964.
  52. Association for Economic Justice, n.d.
  53. Association to Preserve Our Right to Keep and Bear Arms (Medford, OR)– The Armed Eagle, 1969-1970.
  54. America’s Victory Force (Jackson, MS)– Battlefront, 1969-1970.
  55. Don Bell–Don Bell Reports (Palm Beach, FL), February-March 1958; November 1977; March 1978.
  56. George S. Benson (GSB)–National Education Program (Searcy, AR), 1948, 1949.
  57. GSB–National Education Program, The National Program Letter, September 1963, February 1971-August 1973.
  58. GSB–National Education Program, The National Program Letter, 1974-August 1978.
  59. Brian Bex (Bloomington, IN), 1968.
  60. The Bloomfield Bulletin (Bloomfield College, NJ), 1952.
  61. Borger News-Herald (Texas), 1966, 1969.
  62. Lowell Brown and Sterl Watson, eds.– Freedom News (West Monroe, LA), October 1965.
  63. Roy James Brown (Brownwood, TX)– The Free American, 1965-1966.
  64. William F. Buckley, Jr. (WFB), 1949-1977.
  65. WFB–National Review Bulletin, September 1974.
Box 35 Conservative and Right Wing Individuals, Organizations, and Publications
  1. Business Advisory Council, n.d.
  2. California Free Enterprise Association, n.d.
  3. California Liberty Bell (CLB)– Liberty Bell, 1965.
  4. CLB–Liberty Bell, 1969-March 1970.
  5. CLB–Liberty Bell, February-December 1974.
  6. CLB–Liberty Bell, February-June 1975.
  7. CLB–Think, America!, June 1966, April 1968-June 1969.
  8. California’s Committee to Combat Communism– Legislative Research Inc., July 1961.
  9. Campaign for 48 States, 1955.
  10. Frank A. Capell (FAC)– The Herald of Freedom, 1963-1970 (scattered issues).
  11. FAC–The Herald of Freedom, January 1971-June 1974.
  12. FAC–The Herald of Freedom, Religious News Edition, May 1967-February 1968, February 1971.
  13. FAC–Liberty Network (Manville, NJ), 1964-1965.
  14. Capsule News Company (Washington, D.C.)– American Capsule News, 1966-1972 (scattered issues).
  15. Carnegie Anti-Communist Convention, 1931, 1951.
  16. Willis Carto, 1969-1971.
  17. Christian Research (Minneapolis)– Facts for Action, September-December 1965, November-December 1967.
  18. Circuit Riders (CR)– Exposé (Cincinnati), 1966.
  19. CR–Exposé , 1967.
  20. Citizen’s Action Group, 1964.
  21. Citizen’s Anti-Communist Part, n.d.
  22. Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms, 1976.
  23. Citizens Committee for Sane Government, 1968-1969.
  24. Citizens Heeding Righteousness Instead of Satanic Tyranny (Oak Park, IL), ca. 1966.
  25. Citizen’s Information Center (Phoenix)–C.I.C. Bulletin, 1963.
  26. The Citizen’s Union for Freedom, 1951.
  27. Committee for Constitutional Government (CFCG), 1944, 1947.
  28. CFCG, 1948-1949.
  29. CFCG, 1950-1951.
  30. CFCG–Edward A. Rumely, 1953.
  31. Committee for Constitutional Rights, 1950-1952.
  32. Committee for Preservation of the Constitution, 1973.
  33. Committee on Internal Security and Individual rights, 1951.
  34. Committee to Proclaim Liberty, 1951.
  35. Committee to Repeal the Great Society, 1968.
  36. Committee to Restore the Constitution, 1968-1971, 1978.
  37. Common Cause, 1947-1952.
  38. Communications Distribution–Combat, 1968-1970.
  39. Lee Cone (editor)–The Florida W.C. News and So. Digest (St. Petersburg), May 1962.
  40. Confederate States of America, 1966-1968.
  41. Congress of Freedom, 1954-1955.
  42. Congress of Freedom, 1967-1972.
  43. Congress of Monetary Organizations, ca. 1945.
  44. Conservative Constitutional Alliance–Political Success, October-November 1968.
  45. Conservative Society of America, 1965.
  46. Constitutional Alliance–1st National “Get Involved” Political Workshop and Conservative Reunion, 1967.
  47. Constitutional Educational League–Headlines and What’s Behind Them, 1938-1939, 1951-1954 (scattered issues).
  48. Constructive Action, 1967.
  49. Richard Cotten (Bakersfield, CA)– Conservative Viewpoint, 1966-1970.
  50. Council for Statehood (North Miami, FL), 1963.
  51. Council on American Relations, ca. 1956.
  52. Counter Insurgency Council (Collinsville, IL), ca. 1961.
  53. Kent Courtney (publisher)–The Independent American (New Orleans), July 1963.
  54. John C. Crowe, 1951-1952.
  55. Dale Crowley (editor)–The Capital Voice (Washington, D.C.), 1971.
  56. Defenders, Inc., 1938.
  57. P.A. Del Valle–Defenders of the American Constitution (DAC), 1969.
  58. DAC–Alert, 1966-1976, 1978.
  59. DAC–Task Force, 1960-1961 (scattered issues).
  60. DAC–Task Force, October 1967-December 1969.
  61. DAC–Task Force, 1970-1972.
  62. DAC–Task Force, 1973-1976.
  63. Fred Devine, 1962-1965.
Box 36 Conservative and Right Wing Individuals, Organizations, and Publications
  1. Elizabeth Dilling (ED), 1938-1939.
  2. ED, 1957-1962.
  3. ED–Anti-Semitic Writings, ca. 1952, 1955-1956.
  4. ED–Dilling Bulletin (Chicago), 1960, 1962-1963.
  5. ED–Dilling Bulletin, 1964-1965.
  6. ED–The Plot Against Christianity (1946).
  7. Education for Freedom Foundation, 1972.
  8. Euro-American Quarterly, 1996-1998.
  9. FACT (For a Conservative Tomorrow–Falls Church, VA)– August 1977.
  10. Sarah Watson Emery– “Subversion in Science,” Congress of Freedom, Shreveport, 1966.
  11. Englewood Anti-Communist League (New Jersey)–Frederick G. Cartwright, 1946-1954.
  12. Edith Essig (Glendale, AZ)– Keeping the Record Straight, January 1962.
  13. Medford Evans (Dallas)–Facts Forum (FF), 1952-1954.
  14. FF–Facts Forum News, 1953-1956.
  15. Harry T. Everingham (Chicago/Phoenix)– The Fact Finder, 1961-1974 (scattered issues).
  16. Federation for Constitutional Government, 1955.
  17. Fire and Police Research Association of Los Angeles– FI-PO News, 1968, 1970-1971.
  18. Florida Americanism Committee– On the Firing Line, 1973, October 1976 (scattered issues).
  19. Florida Coalition of Patriotic Societies– Bulletin, 1964-1969 (scattered issues).
  20. John T. Flynn–The Smear Terror (1947).
  21. For America (Washington, D.C.), 1954-1956.
  22. Foundation for Economic Education (FEE) (Irvington-on-Hudson, NY), 1948-1974 (1 of 2).
  23. FEE, 1948-1974 (2 of 2).
  24. FEE–Clipping of Note, 1948-1954.
  25. FEE–The Freeman, April 1956.
  26. FEE–In Brief, 1947-1954.
  27. FEE–Notes from FEE, May 1965, January 1966.
  28. FEE–Pamphlets, 1846, 1947.
  29. Foundation to Defeat Communism (Washington, D.C.), 1954-1955.
  30. The Franklin Letter–Benjamin Franklin Center (Sherborn, MA), 1966-1967.
  31. Free-Economy Association Inc., USA (Huntingdon Park, CA)–The Answer, 1961-1966 (scattered issues).
  32. The Free Society Association (Washington, D.C.), October-December 1965.
  33. The Freedom School Newsletter (Colorado Springs, CO), October 1964-April 1965.
  34. Freedom Studies Center (Boston, VA), 1970-1971.
  35. Friends of Democracy (New York, NY)–The Propaganda Battlefront, January 1945-May 1946, March 1948-May 1950.
  36. Great Books Program, 1948-1953.
  37. Group Research Report (Washington, D.C.), June 63-October 1964.
  38. Lee Hagood, 1952.
  39. Harding Academy American Studies Program (Memphis, TN)–HAASP Bulletin, June 1969.
  40. Hawaii Residents Association/Hawaii Foundation for American Freedoms (HRA), 1950-1969.
  41. HRA–Spot-Light (Honolulu, HI), May-Nov 1950, September 61-September 65 (scattered issues).
  42. Van P. Hooper– American Ideals (1951).
  43. How-they-Vote (Spartanburg, SC), 1973.
  44. Human Events (Washington, D.C.) (HE), 1945-1947 (scattered issues).
  45. HE, 1949 (scattered issues).
  46. HE, 1950-1957 (scattered issues).
  47. HE, 1961-1963, October 1978 (scattered issues).
Box 37 Conservative and Right Wing Individuals, Organizations, and Publications
  1. Edward Hunter (Arlington, VA)–Tactics, 1964 (scattered issues).
  2. EH–Tactics, 1965 (scattered issues).
  3. EH–Tactics, 1969 (scattered issues).
  4. EH–Tactics, 1970 (scattered issues).
  5. EH–Tactics, 1971 (scattered issues).
  6. EH–Tactics, 1972-1973, June 78 (scattered issues).
  7. Independent Research and Publishing Association (Miami, FL)– Insight on the News, September 1968-1970.
  8. Indiana University Conservative League–The Hoosier Conservative, December 1961.
  9. Intercollegiate Society of Individuals (ISI), 1962-1963.
  10. ISI–The Individualist (Philadelphia, PA), 1963.
  11. Iowa Anti-Communist League, 1951.
  12. Jacoby and Gibbons and Associates–Alert/Alert Against Communism in California (Los Angeles), 1949-1950, 1952-1953.
  13. James True Associates (Washington, D.C.), 1938.
  14. Jeffersonian Democrats of the South, n.d.
  15. John Birch Society (JBS), 1961-1967, 1996.
  16. JBS–Richard Cotten, 1964-1966.
  17. JBS–Revilo P. Oliver, 1961-1964.
  18. JBS–Robert Welch, 1959-1975.
  19. George Racey Jordan, n.d.
  20. George H. Keith (GHK)– Tocsin (Berkeley, CA), May 1960, January-August 1962.
  21. GHK– Tocsin, September 1962-December 1963.
  22. GHK– Tocsin (Oakland), January 1964-August 1966.
  23. Frederick Kister– American Renaissance Review (Chicago, IL), n.d.
  24. Mervin Kornblith (Valparaiso, IN)– Guardian of the Republic, December 1968-March 1969.
  25. Irene Corbally Kuhn, 1951-1952.
  26. Sterling Lacy (St. Louis, MO)– The American Revelation, 1969.
  27. Stephen Langton (Hollywood, CA)– The New Patriot, 1966.
  28. William L. Lee, 1960-1965.
  29. Legislative Bulletin (Corona del Mar, CA), April-May 1962.
  30. A.L. Lerner and Herbert Poster–The Challenge of Hate (1946).
  31. Isaac Done Levine (editor)– Plain Talk (New York, NY), October 1946-March 1949 (scattered issues).
  32. Liberty Lobby (LL) (Washington, D.C.), 1962-1980 (1 of 3).
  33. LL, 1962-1980 (2 of 3).
  34. LL, 1962-1980 (3 of 3).
  35. LL– Liberty Letter, October 1966-December 1969.
  36. LL– Liberty Letter, September 1970-December 1971.
  37. LL– Liberty Letter, 1972-August 1975.
  38. LL–William E. Mallett, The Reuther Memorandum (1965).
Box 38 Conservative and Right Wing Individuals, Organizations, and Publications
  1. Walter Linn, 1943.
  2. Earl Long, 1959.
  3. Phillip Abbott Luce (PAL)– Pink Sheet on the New Left, 1971.
  4. PAL– Pink Sheet on the New Left, 1972.
  5. PAL– Pink Sheet on the New Left, 1973-1975 (scattered issues).
  6. C.A. McCauley, 1953-1954.
  7. Bernard MacFadden, 1939-1940.
  8. Dean Manion (DM) (South Bend, IN)– The Manion Forum, 1962.
  9. DM– The Manion Forum, 1963.
  10. DM– The Manion Forum, 1964.
  11. DM– The Manion Forum, 1965.
  12. DM– The Manion Forum, 1966.
  13. DM– The Manion Forum, 1967.
  14. DM– The Manion Forum, 1968.
  15. DM– The Manion Forum, 1969.
  16. DM– The Manion Forum, 1970.
  17. DM– The Manion Forum, 1971.
  18. DM– The Manion Forum, 1972-1973 (scattered issues).
  19. DM– The Manion Forum, 1974-1975 (scattered issues).
  20. DM– The Manion Forum, 1976.
  21. DM– The Manion Forum, 1977-April 1978.
  22. DM– The Manion Forum Newsletter, 1962-1964.
  23. DM– The Manion Forum Newsletter, 1965-1967.
  24. DM– The Manion Forum Newsletter, 1968.
  25. DM– The Manion Forum Newsletter, 1969.
  26. DM– The Manion Forum Newsletter, 1970-1973.
  27. DM– The Manion Forum Newsletter, 1974-1978.
  28. DM– The Manion Forum, Miscellaneous, 1962-1978.
  29. W.S. McBirnie, 1973-1978.
  30. Betty McConkey, 1970.
  31. Manuel and Lucille Miller (Bethel, VT)– The Green Mountain Rifleman, 1967.
  32. Minute Men Associates (Cleveland, OH), 1961-1962.
  33. The Minute Women of the USA (Wheeling, WV), January 1961.
  34. Minute-Men of 1946–Ward Blanton, 1946.
  35. Jessica Mitford, 1963-1973.
  36. Morality in Media Newsletter (MIMN), November 1968-1972 (New York, NY).
  37. MIMN, 1973-February 1979 (scattered issues).
  38. Ben Moreell, 1966-1967.
  39. George Van Horn Moseley, 1940.
  40. Mothers of Servicemen, n.d.
  41. Melvin Munn (MM)–Life Line Foundation (Dallas), Freedom Talk, January 1968-March 1969 (scattered issues).
  42. MM–Life Line Foundation, Life Lines, 1967-1969 (scattered issues).
  43. MM–Life Line Foundation, Life Lines, January-April 1970.
  44. MM–Life Line Foundation, Life Lines, May-August 1970.
  45. MM–Life Line Foundation, Life Lines, September-December 1970.
Box 39 Conservative and Right Wing Individuals, Organizations, and Publications
  1. Melvin Munn (MM)–Life Line Foundation, Life Lines, January-April 1971.
  2. MM–Life Line Foundation, Life Lines, May-August 1971.
  3. MM–Life Line Foundation, Life Lines, September-December 1971.
  4. MM–Life Line Foundation, Life Lines, January-April 1972.
  5. MM–Life Line Foundation, Life Lines, May-August 1972.
  6. MM–Life Line Foundation, Life Lines, September-December 1972.
  7. MM–Life Line Foundation, Life Lines, January-April 1973.
  8. MM–Life Line Foundation, Life Lines, May-August 1973.
  9. MM–Life Line Foundation, Life Lines, September-December 1973.
  10. MM–Life Line Foundation, Life Lines, January-April 1974.
  11. MM–Life Line Foundation, Life Lines, May-July 1974.
  12. National Affairs Conference Board (New York, NY), 1939.
  13. National Anti-Communist Telephone Network (NACTN)–William C. Douglas, 1965-1970.
  14. NACTN– Let Freedom Ring! (Sarasota, FL), 1965-1970 (scattered issues).
  15. National Blue Star Mothers of America (Philadelphia, PA), 1949, 1952.
  16. National Coalition of Patriots (Phoenix, AZ), 1963-1970.
  17. National Committee for Economic Freedom (Los Angeles, CA), 1962.
  18. National Committee to Uphold Constitutional Government (New York, NY), n.d.
  19. National Conservative Council, 1964.
  20. National Documentation Institute (Washington, D.C.), 1970-1971.
  21. National Economic Council (NEC), 1944-1947.
  22. NEC, 1949-1953, 1969-1970.
  23. NEC–Economic Council Letter, 1947-1953, 1961-1966 (scattered issues).
  24. NEC–Economic Council Letter, 1967-1970, 1972-1973 (scattered issues).
  25. National Fund for a New Coongress, 1972.
  26. National Republic (Washington, D.C.), October 1946, August 1957, March 1958.
  27. National Republic Lettergram (Washington, D.C.), Nos. 176-179, n.d.
  28. National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR)–Daughters of the American Revolution Magazine, March 1962.
  29. NSDAR–National Defense Committee, National Defender, January 1961-May 1962, November 1966, November 1969.
  30. NSDAR–National Defense Committee, National Defender, November 1968-1970.
  31. NSDAR–National Defense Committee, National Defender, November 1971-September 1973.
  32. NSDAR–National Defense Committee, National Defender, November 1976-October 1978.
  33. NSDAR–National Defense Committee, David A. Loehwing, 1972.
  34. NSDAR–National Defense Committee, Revilo P. Oliver, Speech, 1958 (1966).
  35. NSDAR–National Defense Committee, Phyllis Schlafly, 1978.
  36. NSDAR–National Defense Committee, Maude B. Skinner, Speech, 1951.
  37. Nationalist Unity Congress, 1949.
  38. Network of Patriotic Letterwriters, 1961-1968.
  39. New England Rally for God, Family and Country (Massachusetts), 1967-1973.
  40. New Mexico News Digest (Santa Fe, NM), January 1963.
  41. New York–Patriotic Luncheon, October 1949.
  42. New York State Citizens’ Council–Institute of Community Leadership, Hamilton, 1950.
  43. New York Sons of the American Revolution–John A. Lyon, 1938.
Box 40 Conservative and Right Wing Individuals, Organizations, and Publications
  1. Nineteen Seventy-Six Committee (Holland, MI), ca. 1966.
  2. Okanogan County Anti-Communist League (Washington)–J. Herbert Stone, 1961.
  3. Oklahoma Military Academy–Ambassadors of Americanism, 1965.
  4. Omni Publications (Hawthorne, CA), n.d.
  5. Our American Heritage Committee (Oklahoma City, OK)– News Bulletin, 1969-1972.
  6. Patriotic American Youth–Pay Day, January, April 1965.
  7. Patriotic Education, Incorporated (DeLand, FL), 1964.
  8. Patriotic Party (PP), 1966-1968.
  9. Patriotic Party of California–The California Patriot, January-April 1968.
  10. Charles W. Phillips (editor)–The Individualist (Lincoln, NE), 1949-1950.
  11. Property Owners Association of America, ca. 1951-1952.
  12. Karl Prussion (KP), 1962-1966
  13. KP– Heads Up (Los Altos/San Diego, CA), April 1961-December 1963.
  14. KP– Heads Up, January 1964-October 1966; Vol. 11 No. 1, n.d. (scattered issues).
  15. Carleton Putnam–National Putnam Letters Committee, n.d.
  16. Publius and Associates (Temple City, CA), ca. 1962-1969.
  17. Hugh S. Ramsey, 1968-1973.
  18. Robert B. Record–WGN Radio, Chicago, Illinois, 1952.
  19. Research Institute of America, 1956, 1964.
  20. J.E. Reeves, 1965.
  21. Archibald B. Roosevelt–The Alliance, Inc. (New York, NY), 1955.
  22. Joseph Salzano, Jr., 1945-1946.
  23. F.C. Sammons–West Virginia Anti-Communist League/West Virginia Anti-Soviet Educational League, 1949-1950.
  24. San Diego Patriotic Society, n.d.
  25. Bill Schultz, 1954.
  26. Phyllis Schlafly (PS), 1966-1977.
  27. PS–National Federation of Republican Women, 1967.
  28. PS–National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, National Defense Committee, 1977.
  29. PS–Phyllis Schlafly Report (Alton, IL), September 1967-December 1969, 1971.
  30. PS–Phyllis Schlafly Report, 1972-1973.
  31. PS–Phyllis Schlafly Report, July 1974-September 1977, March 1988 (scattered issues).
  32. R.K. Scott (RKS) (publisher)–America’s Future, November-December 1970, September, December 1971 (New Rochelle, NY).
  33. RKS–America’s Future , April 1977-November 1978.
  34. Scottish Rite News Bulletin (Washington, D.C.), June 1948.
  35. George Seldes (New York, NY)– In Fact, November 1946, February, September 1948.
  36. Sixth Column, Inc., 1952.
  37. W. Cleon Skoussen (Provo, UT)–Liberty Forum, Behind the Scenes in Washington, February 1978.
  38. Gerald L.K. Smith (GLKS), 1945-1954.
  39. GLKS, n.d.
  40. GLKS–Anti-Semitic Materials, n.d.
  41. GLKS–The Cross and the Flag (Los Angeles, CA), February-March 1958.
  42. GLKS–The Cross and the Flag, August, November 1973.
  43. GLKS–Don Lohbeck, Christian Nationalist Party, 1951.
  44. GLKS–Newsletters, 1953, 1957, 1962-1970 (scattered issues).
  45. GLKS–Patrick J. Owens, Arkansas Gazette Series, 1965.
  46. GLKS–Passion Play, Eureka Springs, Arkansas, 1967-1972.
  47. GLKS–Clippings, 1944-1950, 1964-1978.
  48. Dan Smoot– Dan Smoot Report (DSR) (Dallas), April 1957-October 1962 (scattered issues).
  49. DSR, May 1963-December 1964, April 1966-December 1967 (scattered issues).
  50. DSR, 1968-1969 (scattered issues).
  51. DSR, January 1970-June 1972, May 1975 (scattered issues).
  52. Society for Constitutional Security, 1942-1950.
  53. Society of Red Haters (Huntington, WV), n.d.
  54. Sons of the American Revolution, 1949-1955.
  55. Sons of the Revolution–Tennessee Society, n.d.
  56. Southern Californians Associated for Americanism– Insight, February 1962.
  57. Talbot Taylor Speer, 1951-1952.
  58. William H. Standley, 1952.
  59. C.W. and William Stevenson (Vista, CA)–News and Views, July-November 1974.
  60. Willis E. Stone (publisher)–Liberty Amendment Committee of the USA, Freedom Magazine, January-August 1964.
  61. Threefold (New York, NY), n.d.
  62. Benjamin F. Tillson, 1950-1951.
  63. Town Hall Committee of Wichita (Kansas)–Make Way for Freedom, October 1946.
  64. Travelers Artists Corporation (Sarasota, FL), n.d.
  65. The Truth About Communism (Milwaukee, WI), 1961-1965.
Box 41 Conservative and Right Wing Individuals, Organizations, and Publications
  1. U.S.A. Publishing Company (New York, NY)–U.S.A., April-August 1954.
  2. United American Organizations Against Communism, 1946.
  3. United Americans Against Communism, 1955.
  4. United Congressional Appeal (Washington, D.C.), 1968-1971.
  5. United States Report (New York, NY), May 1965.
  6. Harold Lord Varney, 1953.
  7. Wickliffe B. Vernard, 1964.
  8. The Vigilantes (Washington, D.C.), 1937, 1949.
  9. Richard A. Viguerie (RAV), 1977.
  10. RAV–Conservative Digest, August 1975-May 1976.
  11. RAV–Freedom Leadership Foundation (Washington, D.C.), 1972-1976.
  12. RAV–The Right Report (Falls Church, VA), 1975-1976.
  13. Paul Voronaeff–Freedom Crusade (Portland, OR), n.d.
  14. Voice of Americanism (Glendale, CA)–Documentation, February 1967.
  15. Voice of Liberty Association(Decatur, GA)– The Voice of Liberty, April-June 1964, 1973-1974, 1976 (scattered issues).
  16. Voices in Vital America (VIVA) (Los Angeles, CA), n.d.
  17. Voters U.S.A. (Baltimore, MD), 1954-1955.
  18. Volunteer Precinct Workers (Van Nuys, CA), 1953.
  19. John E. Waters, n.d.
  20. Ann Watson Report (San Diego, CA), August, 1977, May, June 1978.
  21. We, the People! (Phoenix, AZ), September 1970.
  22. Charles A. Wells– Between the Lines (New York, NY), February 1959-January 1962 (scattered issues).
  23. James R. White (editor)–Reason (Los Angeles, CA), June-July 1952.
  24. Charles A. Willoughby, 1950-1972.
  25. Virginia R. Wilson (editor)– Count Down (Wichita, KS), May-June 1972.
  26. Charles E. Wolff, 1971-1972.
  27. West Wuichet, 1954.
  28. Glenn O. Young (ed./pub.)—The American Adviser (Sapulpa, OK), 1962, 1970, 1972-1973.
  29. Young Americans for Freedom–Talon (Houston, TX), January-March 1967.

Ultra Right Wing Individuals and Organizations—Ku Klux Klan

  1. 1952, 1954, 1964-1972.
  2. Walter K. Lewis—The Militant Truth, 1946.
  3. Robert M. Shelton, 1970-1971.
  4. United Klans of America, 1965.
  5. Florida, 1952.
  6. Indiana/Michigan/New York, 1972.
  7. Mississippi, 1972.
  8. North Carolina–William G. Cole, “I Fought the Klan” Series, 1952.
  9. Oklahoma, 1971.
  10. South Carolina, 1950.
  11. Tennessee, 1947.

Ultra Right Wing Individuals and Organizations—Fascists, Nazis and Neo-Nazis

  1. 1975-1978.
  2. American Nazi Party (ANP), 1960-1973.
  3. ANP–Publications, The Rockwell Report, March 1962, June 1966.
  4. ANP–Publications, The Stormtrooper., February 1962, November 1964-January 1965.
  5. Anti-Nazi League, 1950-1954.
  6. John Roy Carlson (JRC) alias Avedis Boghos Derounion, 1943-1945.
  7. JRC alias Derounion, 1946.
  8. JRC alias Derounion, 1947-1952
  9. JRC alias George Pagnanelli, 1954.
  10. Collaborators, 1946.
  11. Columbia University–Blue Shirts, 1936.
  12. Joint Anti-Fascist Refugee Committee–Hearing, 1946.
  13. Dennis Lawrence, 1931, 1941, 1951.
  14. James H. Madole, 1951-1953.
  15. Joseph E. McWilliams, 1940-1947.
  16. National Vanguard Books, n.d.
  17. Non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi League (NSANL)–Hallam Richardson, n.d.
  18. NSANL–James H. Sheldon, 1950.
  19. William Dudley Pelley, 1950.
  20. William L. Pierce (WP)–National Youth Alliance (Washington, D.C.), 1969-1971.
  21. WP–National Youth Alliance Publications, 1970-1972.
  22. George Lincoln Rockwell (GLR), 1967.
  23. GLR– The White World, White Party of America (Washington, D.C.), September 1967.
  24. Silvershirt Legion of America, 1938.
  25. E.V. Sittler, 1950.
  26. World Union of National Socialists (Arlington, VA)– National Socialist World, Spring 1966.
  27. Yorkville, New York–Nazi Resurgence, 1950.
  28. Francis Parker Yockey alias Ulick Varnage, 1960-1961.

Other Ultra Right Wing Individuals and Organizations

  1. C.B. Baker, Youth Action News (Arlington, VA), October 1976, May, December 1977.
  2. Robert DePugh (RDP)–Minutemen (Norborne, MO), 1965-1973.
  3. RDP–On Target, January 1963-May 1967 (scattered issues).
  4. Jesse B. Stoner–National States Rights Party, 1966.

Business and the Economy

  1. 1952, 1962, 1973-1978.
  2. Advertisers, ca. 1950.
  3. Agriculture–1935, 1940, 1950-1961.
  4. Agriculture–1962-1965.
  5. Agriculture–1966-1970.
  6. Agriculture–1971-1978.
Box 42 Business and the Economy
  1. Agriculture–Agricultural Adjustment Administration, 1952-1953.
  2. Agriculture–American Farm Bureau, 1949-1975.
  3. Agriculture–Arizona Farmer, 1951-1952.
  4. Agriculture–Brannon Plan, 1949-1957, 1973.
  5. Agriculture–Cotton, William C. Helmbrecht, Jr., 1964.
  6. Agriculture–Farm Subsidies, 1943-1950.
  7. Agriculture–Allan B. Kline, Speech, Farm Equipment Institute Convention, 1950.
  8. Agriculture–National Farmers Organization, 1964-1974.
  9. Agriculture–National Farmers Union, 1946-1967.
  10. Agriculture–New York State Grange, 1950-1952.
  11. Agriculture–Micael [sic] Oliver, “Liquidating the American Farmer,” n.d.
  12. Banks, 1969-1978.
  13. Capitalism, 1943, 1951, 1961-1977.
  14. Consumer Affairs, 1968-1975.
  15. Debt, 1959-1975.
  16. Direct Mail Advertising, ca. 1948-1951.
  17. Economic Depression, 1963-1974.
  18. Electric Industry, ca. 1948.
  19. Federal Budget (FB), 1962-1978.
  20. FB–“Counter Budget,” 1971-1973.
  21. Gold Standard, 1952.
  22. Land Use, 1974-1975.
  23. Manpower Development and Training Act, 1961.
  24. Model Cities, 1966-1971.
  25. Model Cities–Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1966-1972.
  26. Money, 1944, 1962-1975.
  27. Price Controls, 1943-1952, 1968-1975.
  28. Price Fixing, 1973-1975.
  29. Property Rights, 1977-1978.
  30. Railroads, 1960-1978.
  31. Right to Profit Laws–Louisiana, 1967.
  32. Salary Levels, 1938-1939.
  33. Steel, 1958-1962.
  34. Tipping, 1948-1952.
  35. Unemployment, 1940-1950.

Business and the Economy—Individuals and Organizations

  1. Advertising Council (AC), 1941-1942.
  2. AC, 1948-1966
  3. AC–Campaign for Better Schools, 1949-1951.
  4. Winthrop W. Aldrich–Speech, Chase National Bank, 1951.
  5. American Protective Tariff League–American Economist, November 1918.
  6. Joseph W. Anderson–The Anderson Company, 1950.
  7. Area Development Administration, 1959-1964.
  8. Association of Customers’ Brokers, 1951.
  9. Associated Industries of Missouri, 1965.
  10. Association of American Railroads, 1948, 1968.
  11. Alvin M. Bentley–Owosso Manufacturing Company, Michigan, 1951-1954.
  12. Ernest R. Breech–Speech, Ford Motor Company, 1950.
  13. Lewis H. Brown–Johns-Manville Corporation, n.d.
  14. Vannevar Bush, 1949-1954.
  15. Businessmen’s Educational Fund, 1970-1971.
  16. Jack L. Camp–Speech, “The International Challenge to American Industry,” 1960.
  17. Carnegie Foundation, 1944-1954, 1969.
  18. Frank Chodorov–Speech, New York Commerce and Industry Luncheon, 1951.
  19. Fred G. Clark–Speech, American Economic Foundation, 1950.
Box 43 Business and the Economy—Individuals and Organizations
  1. Coast Federal Savings (CFS)–“Myths and Truths About Free Enterprise,” Packet 1, ca. 1961.
  2. CFS–“Myths and Truths About Free Enterprise,” Packet 2, ca. 1961.
  3. Coca Cola Company, 1977-1978.
  4. L.L. Colbert–“A Balance Sheet of America’s Strength,” Chrysler Corporation, 1953.
  5. Committee for Economic Development, 1949-1973.
  6. Congress of American Industry (CAI), 1947.
  7. CAI–Speeches, December 7, 1949.
  8. CAI–Speeches, December 8, 1949.
  9. CAI–Speeches, December 9, 1949.
  10. Congress of American Private Enterprise, 1937.
  11. Consumer Federation of America, 1968.
  12. C. Donald Dallas–Speech, Revere Copper and Brass, 1944.
  13. Charles Eaton, 1947-1948.
  14. F.X. A. Eble–Mode in America Club, n.d.
  15. Economic and Business Council, 1950-1951.
  16. Employers Association of Chicago, 1950.
  17. Economic Club of Detroit (ECD), 1948-1949.
  18. ECD, 1950-1951.
  19. ECD, 1952-1953.
  20. ECD–Speeches, 1949-1951.
  21. Howell G. Evans–Speech, Wisconsin State Chamber of Commerce, 1948.
  22. Benjamin F. Fairless–Speech, U.S. Steel Company, 1950-1951.
  23. First National City Bank of New York– Monthly Economic Letter, May 1964.
  24. General Electric, 1949.
  25. General Motors–Henry J. Taylor, 1949.
  26. Gold Standard League (GSL), 1953.
  27. GSL– The Gold Standard News (Latrope, PA), ca. 1951-1954.
  28. William T. Gossett–Speech, Ford Motor Company, 1950.
  29. Carl Gustkey–Speech, Imperial Glass Corporation, 1950.
  30. Joseph D. Henderson–American Association of Small Business, 1949.
  31. Hotels–Conrad Hilton, 1949.
  32. Harry E. Humphreys, Jr.–Speech, U.S. Rubber Company, 1950.
  33. Austin S. Igleheart–“Where Honor Begins,” General Foods Company, 1951.
  34. Independent Production Corporation, 1954.
  35. Indiana State Chamber of Commerce News, 1949.
  36. Murray W. Latimer, 1947.
  37. Life Underwriters, 1951.
  38. Stanley Marcus, 1967.
  39. Manufacturers Trust Company–Glass Bank, 1955.
  40. Maytag, 1948.
  41. John E. McCarthy–Fifth Avenue Coach Company, 1947.
  42. Missouri Insurance Company, 1951-1952.
  43. Charles G. Morris–Speech, Connecticut Merit System Association, 1949.
  44. National Association of Manufacturers (NAM), 1946-1947.
  45. NAM, 1948-1972.
  46. NAM–Business-Clergy Relations, 1948.
  47. NAM–Colby M. Chester, Labor, 1937.
  48. NAM–Program Notes for Women’s Clubs, February-November 1948.
  49. NAM–Trends in Education-Industry Cooperation, April-October 1948.
  50. National Association of Securities Dealers, 1961, 1964.
  51. National Biscuit Company, 1948.
  52. National Industrial Conference Board–300th Meeting, 1948.
  53. National Industrial Conference Board, 1951.
  54. National Science Foundation, 1950, 1953, 1967-1975.
  55. Edwin P. Neilan, 1963.
  56. New Jersey Manufacturers Association–Work and Unity Plan, 1948-1949.
  57. New York Chamber of Commerce, n.d.
  58. Patterson Publishing Company–The L.T. Patterson Strategy Letter, September 1976-July 1978 (scattered issues).
  59. People’s Lobby, 1950.
  60. Glen Perry–Speech, E.I. du Pont de Nemours and Company, 1950.
  61. Herbert A. Philbeck–Dollar Hollar (Columbus, OH), December 1963-February 1965 (scattered issues).
  62. H.W. Prentiss–Armstrong Cork Company, 1947-1950.
  63. Gwilym A. Price–Speech, Westinghouse Electric Company, 1950.
  64. Donald R. Richberg–National Small Business Men’s Association, 1952.
  65. David Rockefeller, 1973.
  66. John D. Rockefeller III, 1973.
  67. Nelson Rockefeller, 1949.
  68. Rockefeller Foundation (RF), 1945-1966.
  69. RF–Annual Reviews, 1944, 1948, 1949.
  70. Ross W. Rohn–Western Electric Company, ca. 1948.
  71. Hubert Roy, 1950-1951.
  72. St. Joseph Light and Power Company (Missouri), 1976.
  73. Harper Sibley–United States Chamber of Commerce, n.d.
  74. Small Business Economic Foundation, 1952.
  75. Ellsworth M. Statler–Hotels Statler Company, 1948.
  76. Adam Smith, 1952, 1968.
  77. Franklyn Bliss Snyder–Speech, National Small Business Men’s Association, 1950.
  78. Technocracy, Inc. (New York), 1938, 1942.
  79. Texas Retail Dry Goods Association, 1950-1953.
Box 44 Business and the Economy—Individuals and Organizations
  1. H.A. Toulmin, Jr.–Speech, International Association of Ice Cream Manufacturers, 1951.
  2. Herbert D. Vogel, 1954.
  3. United States Chamber of Commerce–1934, 1948, 1961-1973.
  4. Warner and Swasey Company (WSC), 1943-1949.
  5. WSC, 1950.
  6. WSC, 1951.
  7. WSC, 1952.
  8. WSC, 1953.
  9. WSC, n.d.
  10. R.B. Warren, 1950.
  11. Robert Wilson–“Business’ Duty to the Church,” 1950.
  12. Charles Weber–Gold Standard, 1975.
  13. Reginald Webster, 1950.
  14. Sidney James Weinberg, 1967.
  15. Ernest T. Weir–National Steel Corporation, 1947-1951.
  16. Westinghouse Electric Corporation, 1948.
  17. C.E. Wilson–General Motors, 1945, 1949.
  18. Xerox Corporation, 1966.
  19. 1938-1946.
  20. 1947-1949.
  21. 1950.
  22. 1951 (1 of 2).
  23. 1951 (2 of 2).
  24. 1952.
  25. 1953.
  26. 1954-1955.
  27. n.d. (1 of 2).
  28. n.d. (2 of 2).
  29. California–Proposition 13, 1978.
  30. Liberty Amendment (LA), 1959-1968.
  31. LA, 1969-1970.
  32. Liberty Amendment Committee (LAC) (Los Angeles, CA)–Freedom Magazine, November 1966-1968.
  33. LAC–Freedom Magazine, 1969-1972.
  34. LAC–Freedom Magazine, Spring 1973-Summer 1974 (scattered issues).
  35. National Federation of Real Estate Taxpers, ca. 1968.
  36. National Tax Reform Committee, 1968.
  37. National Taxpayers Union, 1974.
  38. Merle E. Parker (MEP)–American Liberty Crusader and Taxpayer’s Power (Thornfield, MO), 1968.
  39. MEP–Taxpayers’ Power, February-October 1968.
  40. A.J. Porth, 1965-1971
  41. J.B. Powell, 1952.
  42. Taxpayers Action–March on Washington, 1963.
  43. Taxpayers Committee to End Foreign Aid, 1969.
  44. Reno P. Varani, 1969.
  45. Western Tax Council, 1954-1955.
Subseries 4. Education

The first section of this subseries focuses on general issues related to education. The second section is arranged by state and features particular institutions and individuals. The final section focuses on youth and students, and includes materials on the student radicals of the 1960s and 1970s.

Box 45 Education
  1. 1936, 1944-1963.
  2. 1964-1966.
  3. 1967-1972.
  4. 1973-1976.
  5. 1977.
  6. 1978.
  7. n.d.
  8. Academic Freedom, 1941-1953.
  9. Adult Education, n.d.
  10. American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1949-1952.
  11. American Association of School Administration–Harold E. Stassen, American Education Award Speech, 1951.
  12. American Association of School Administrators (AASA), 1954.
  13. AASA, 1964-1967.
  14. American Association of University Professors, 1948-1949, 1962-1974.
  15. American Association of University Women, 1968.
  16. American Center for Education, 1969-1970.
  17. American College, Inc., 1970.
  18. American College Public Relations Association, 1949.
  19. American Committee for Cultural Freedom, Inc., 1949-1955.
  20. American Council on Education, 1951-1955.
  21. American Educational Association, 1947.
  22. American Education Lobby, 1969.
  23. American Federation of Teachers (AFT), 1951-1953, 1972-1973.
  24. AFT–Racism in Education Conference, 1966.
  25. American History–Teaching of, 1945-1949.
  26. American History–Teaching of, 1950.
  27. American History–Teaching of, 1951-1953.
  28. American History–Teaching of, n.d.
  29. American History Textbooks–Investigation, 1923.
  30. American Library Association, 1964-1971.
  31. American Parents Committee on Education, 1940.
  32. Association for Childhood Education, International, 1953.
  33. Association of Land Grant Colleges and Universities, n.d.
  34. Band Guild of America, Inc., 1952.
  35. Charles Beard, 1940.
  36. Board of Control for Southern Regional Education, n.d.
  37. Book and Magazine Guild, 1951.
  38. Book Burning–Walter B. Lovlace, 1953.
  39. Samuel M. Brownell–U.S. Commissioner on Education, 1953.
  40. Campus Studies Institute, 1969-1972.
  41. Carnegie Fund, 1948.
  42. Child Study Association of America, 1946-1952.
  43. Children’s International Summer Village, 1965, 1968.
  44. Christian Schools–1950, 1961-1963, 1975, 1977.
  45. Citizens for Educational Freedom, 1969.
  46. Civic Education Project, 1951-1952.
  47. College Standards Education, 1949-1952.
  48. Committee for Equality in Education–New York, 1947.
  49. Communists and Other Subversives in Education (COSE), 1936-1948.
  50. COSE, 1949-1951.
  51. COSE, January - June 1952.
  52. COSE, July - December 1952.
  53. COSE, 1953.
  54. COSE, n.d.
  55. COSE–Anti-American Subversive Education, 1928-1954.
  56. COSE–Anti-Red Protests, 1947.
  57. COSE–Communist and Leftist Speakers on Campus, 1969-1975.
  58. COSE–Communists in Schools, McCarran Investigation, 1948-1952.
  59. COSE House, Red Probe, n.d.
  60. COSE–Infiltration by Socialistic and Communistic Propaganda, 1948-1971.
Box 46 Education
  1. Communists and Other Subversives in Education (COSE)–Left Wing, 1965-1974.
  2. COSE–Left Wing Teachers, 1933, 1940, 1947-1953.
  3. COSE–News and Views, 1946-1948.
  4. COSE–“Red” Lists, n.d.
  5. COSE–Right Wing and Anti-Communist Professors, 1949-1953.
  6. COSE–Socialism in Education, 1940, 1950-1952.
  7. COSE–Statement of American Education, Communists, 1948.
  8. COSE–Teaching Communism, 1951-1954.
  9. COSE–Young People’s Record Club Inc., 1950.
  10. Committee on Federal Aid to Public Schools, 1950-1952.
  11. Community Colleges, n.d.
  12. Peter Cooper (PC)–Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, Peter Cooper, 1949-1953.
  13. PC–Cooper Union, Schools of Art and Engineering, Ringwood, New Jersey, 1941.
  14. Council for Educators for Student Workshops, 1952.
  15. Council for Washington Education, 1968.
  16. Education–Criticism of American Education, n.d.
  17. Education–Innovations, 1951-1952.
  18. Education–Statistics, 1959.
  19. Education Writers Association, 1951-1952.
  20. Educational News Service (ENS), 1953-1955.
  21. ENS– Educational News Service (newsletter), December 1954-July 1955.
  22. ENS– Educational News Service, August 1955- February 1956.
  23. Educational Reviews– The University Bookman, 1971-1973.
  24. Educators–Obituaries, N.d.
  25. Employers Industrial Relations Council, 1945.
  26. Evolution–Smithsonian Institute, 1977.
  27. Federal Agency for the Future, 1961-1966.
  28. Federal Aid to Schools (FAS), 1939-1947.
  29. FAS, 1948 (1 of 2).
  30. FAS, 1948 (2 of 2).
  31. FAS, 1949 (1 of 4).
  32. FAS, 1949 (2 of 4).
  33. FAS, 1949 (3 of 4).
  34. FAS, 1949 (4 of 4).
  35. FAS, 1950.
  36. FAS, 1951.
  37. FAS, 1952.
  38. FAS, 1953-1954.
  39. FAS, 1955.
  40. FAS, 1957-1962.
  41. FAS, 1963-1976.
  42. FAS, n.d.
  43. FAS–Charlotte G. Ballweg, 1955.
  44. FAS–George S. Benson, 1948.
  45. FAS–Congress, 1947-1955.
  46. Federal Bureau of Investigation–Teachers, 1950.
  47. Federation for Economic Education, 1952.
  48. Films, 1949-1952.
  49. Films–Columbia University, 1951.
  50. Films–National Evangelical Film Foundation, 1952.
  51. Films–Young America Films, 1950-1951.
  52. Friends of the Public Schools–Bulletin (Washington, D.C.), 1939, 1948-1950, 1953.
  53. Foundation for Re-Education, 1959.
  54. General Motors, n.d..
  55. Gifted Children, 1950.
  56. Guardians of American Education (GAE)–1940-1941, 1952.
  57. GAE –William Fulton, “Let’s Look at Our Foundations” (1952).
  58. IQ Tests, 1949.
  59. Intercollegiate Liberty League, 1948-1950.
  60. Intercollegiate Society of Individuals, 1952.
  61. Jews, 1949.
  62. John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, 1950-1953.
  63. Junior Achievement, 1940, 1949-1953.
  64. Junior Colleges, 1950, 1952.
  65. Labor–Teachers, 1966-1975
  66. Labor–Teachers, Dayton Daily News (Ohio) Series, 1968.
  67. Land Grant Colleges, n.d..
  68. Edward D. Langford–Education and the Social Conflict, 1936.
  69. Libraries and Book Controversies, 1960-1969.
Box 47 Education
  1. Life Magazine–“Inside Our Schools,” 1952.
  2. Life Adjustment Education, 1949-1951.
  3. R.M. Lovett, 1952.
  4. James Mann–Roosevelt College, n.d.
  5. James E. McCarthy–Speech, Notre Dame, 1951.
  6. Modern Language Association of America, 1948.
  7. Morals in Education, 1940- 1952.
  8. Morality on College Campuses, 1949.
  9. New Morality in Education, 1970.
  10. National Advisory Commission on Criminal Justice–Standards and Goals, 1973.
  11. National Association of Christian Schools, 1950.
  12. National Association of Private Schools, 1950.
  13. National Citizens Commission for the Public Schools (NCCPB), 1947-1949.
  14. NCCPB, 1950-1953.
  15. NCCPB–Citizens and their Schools, NYC, November 1950- January 1955.
  16. NCCPB–Roy Larsen, Pasadena, California 1952.
  17. National Commission on Teachers Education and Professional Standards, n.d.
  18. National Conference for Christians and Jews, n.d.
  19. National Congress of Parents and Teachers, 1951.
  20. National Council of English Teachers, 1953.
  21. National Defense and Education, 1950.
  22. National Education Association (NEA), 1936, 1947-1951.
  23. NEA, 1952-1963.
  24. NEA, 1964-1973.
  25. NEA–n.d.
  26. NEA–Harold Benjamin, National Commission for the Defense of Democracy Through Education, 1950-1955.
  27. NEA–Sarah C. Caldwell, 1952.
  28. NEA–Convention, 1952.
  29. National Federation of Business and Pro-Women’s Clubs, n.d.
  30. National Foundation to Combat Communism–Myles J. Lane Myles, 1954.
  31. National Leadership Conference for Young Americans, 1969.
  32. National Policies Committee–Essay Contest, n.d.
  33. National Teachers Corps, 1966.
  34. The Nation’s Schools, 1953.
  35. Near East College Association, n.d.
  36. Neighborhood Youth Corps–New York, 1968.
  37. Network of Patriotic Letter Writers–Sensitivity Training, 1968.
  38. New Deal and Education–Opponent, William Wirt (Indiana), 1951-1954.
  39. New York Times–Columns on Education, 1947-1953.
  40. Nobel Prize–Ernest Chain, 1951.
  41. Nobel Prize–William Shockley, 1973-1974.
  42. Opinion–Samuel Crowther, 1950.
  43. Opinion–Benjamin Fine, 1950, 1955.
  44. Opinion–Westbrook Pegler, 1950.
  45. Opinion–George E. Sokolsky, 1939-1948.
  46. Parent Teachers Association (PTA), 1946-1954.
  47. PTA., 1956-1976.
  48. Peabody Language Development Kit, n.d.
  49. “The Power of Suggestion By Remote Control”, 1961-1962.
  50. Private Schools and Foundations (PSF), 1948-1949.
  51. PSF, 1950-1951.
  52. PSF, January- June 1952.
  53. PSF, July- December 1952.
  54. PSF, 1953-1955.
  55. PSF, 1966-1977.
  56. Progressive Education (PE), 1940-1949.
  57. PE, 1950.
  58. PE, 1951.
  59. PE, 1952-1953.
  60. PE, 1954-1955.
  61. PE, 1961-1974.
  62. PE, n.d..
  63. PE–John Dewey, 1949-1953.
  64. PE–New York City, Juvenile Delinquency, 1954.
  65. Progressive Education Association, 1941.
  66. Public Education Association (PEA), 1948-1953.
  67. PEA–Newsletter, The Public and the Schools, 1950-1952.
Box 48 Education
  1. Public Relations, 1952.
  2. Public Schools, 1950-1978 (1 of 4).
  3. Public Schools, 1950-1978 (2 of 4).
  4. Public Schools, 1950-1978 (3 of 4).
  5. Public Schools, 1950-1978 (4 of 4).
  6. Public Schools–Community Control, 1967-1969.
  7. Race–African-American College Students, 1950.
  8. Race–African-American Books, 1968.
  9. Race–Black Studies Programs, 1968-1971.
  10. Reading 1946-1955.
  11. Religion and Education (RE), 1948, 1957-1974.
  12. RE–Ban on Religious Symbols in Ban, 1955.
  13. RE–Legislation, 1957-1960, 1972.
  14. RE–Prayer in the Schools, 1957-1965.
  15. RE–Prayer in the Schools, 1966-1968.
  16. RE–Prayer in the Schools, 1969-1970.
  17. RE–Prayer in the Schools, 1971.
  18. RE–Prayer in the Schools, 1972-1977.
  19. RE–Released Time Religious Instruction, 1949-1953.
  20. Rhodes Scholars, 1951-1962, 1976.
  21. Harold Rugg (HR), 1933-1951 (1 of 2).
  22. HR, 1933-1951, (2 of 2).
  23. Rural Schools, 1949, 1951.
  24. Rural Schools–Conference on Rural Reading, 1951.
  25. Russian Propaganda in Schools, 1949-1950.
  26. Harry E. Schirick–Communist Teachers Court Ruling, 1949.
  27. School Attendance, 1951.
  28. School Curriculum, 1947-1954.
  29. School Reorganization, 1948.
  30. School Standards, 1949-1952.
  31. School Vacation–George Weinstein, 1954.
  32. Schools–Overview and Condition, 1946-1954.
  33. Sensitivity Training (ST), 1966-1974.
  34. ST–Downingtown, Pennsylvania, 1971-1973.
  35. ST–S.O.S., Series on Sensitivity, 1967-1969.
  36. Social Sciences, 1940, 1949-1953.
  37. Social Sciences, 1967, 1974.
  38. Southern Conference Educational Fund (SCEF)–James A. Dombrowski, 1962.
  39. SCEF–The Southern Patriot, December 1953- April 1955, May 1966.
  40. Southern Student Organizing Committee, 1965.
  41. Teachers and Teaching (TT), 1948-1952.
  42. TT–Paul W. Nesbit, New Techniques, 1947-1955.
  43. TT–Parent-Teacher Relations, 1949-1950.
  44. TT–Quality and Standards, 1948-1955.
  45. TT–Salaries, 1947-1950.
  46. TT–Salaries, 1951-1955.
  47. TT–Salaries, n.d.
  48. TT–Shortage of Teachers, 1949-1954.
  49. TT–Unidentified Lists, n.d.
  50. TT–Unions, 1947-1954.
  51. TT–Workshop, 1950-1951.
  52. Television and Education (TEA), 1950-1951.
  53. TEA, January- September 1952.
  54. TEA, October- December 1952.
  55. TEA, 1953-1954.
  56. TEA, n.d.
  57. Tests, 1959-1968.
  58. Tests–Boulder Valley, Iowa, Public Schools, 1963.
  59. Textbooks, 1930, 1940-1948.
  60. Textbooks, 1949.
  61. Textbooks, 1950.
  62. Textbooks, 1951.
  63. Textbooks, 1952.
Box 49 Education
  1. Textbooks, 1953-1954.
  2. Textbooks, 1955-1961.
  3. Textbooks, 1962.
  4. Textbooks, 1963-1977.
  5. Textbooks, n.d.
  6. Textbooks–Contra Costa Junior College (Martinez, CA), 1961.
  7. Textbooks–A.H. Hobbs, Analysis of Sociology Textbook, n.d.
  8. Textbooks–Verne P. Kaub, Analyses of Textbooks, 1939-1950.
  9. Textbooks–Lists, 1943-1952.
  10. Textbooks–Frank Abbott Magruder, Banned American Government Textbook, 1949-1952.
  11. Textbooks–National Economic Council, 1947-1948.
  12. Textbooks–Notes, n.d.
  13. Textbooks–Reports, Resolutions, and Statements, 1948-1951.
  14. Textbooks–Reviews, 1948-1952.
  15. Textbooks–Saturday Review Feature, 1952.
  16. Textbooks–Socialism and Communism, 1951.
  17. Tuition Plan–Tuition Plan Award, Roy Edward Larsen, 1950.
  18. United Parents Association, 1950-1953.
  19. United World Federalist Wellesley Summer Institute, N.D.
  20. University Christian Movement, 1968.
  21. University of Economics Foundation, 1947, 1951.
  22. Vocational Education, 1950.
  23. Women and Education, 1949-1950.
  24. Women’s Colleges, 1950-1951.
  25. Frank Lloyd Wright, 1952.
  26. World Confederation of the Teaching Profession, n.d.
  27. World Organization of Teaching Profession, 1950-1951.

Education by State—Arkansas

  1. Robert Leflar, 1953.
  2. Harding College, George S. Benson, 1948-1949. See Boxes 34 and 46.

California Schools

  1. 1946-1954.
  2. The Calico Commentator, (Boxholder/Yermo, CA), 1954.
  3. California Teachers Association, 1950.
  4. Legislation, 1957-1964.
  5. Los Angeles Public Schools–Ione Swan, 1951.
  6. Moral Instruction Guidelines, 1969.
  7. Paradise Case, 1963-1964.
  8. Pasadena Public Schools, 1950, 1952.
  9. Max Rafferty, 1964-1971.
  10. Religion in Public Schools, 1952.
  11. Frederick Rand Rogers, Monterey, California 1952.
  12. Anne Smart, 1954-1960.
  13. San Francisco Riots, 1960-1961.

California Schools—Colleges and Universities

  1. California Institute of Technology (Cal Tech)–Eugene Brunner, 1950.
  2. Cal Tech–Hsue-Shen Tsien, 1950.
  3. Cal Tech–Sidney Weinbaum, 1950.
  4. Contra Costa Junior College–Drummond McCunn, 1961-1962.
  5. Rampart College (RC), 1969.
  6. RC–Rampart College Newsletter (Santa Ana, CA/Larkspur, CO), 1968, 1972.
  7. San Diego State–Newton Armstrong, Jr., 1962.
  8. Stanford University (SU), 1949-1951.
  9. SU–Robert McAfee Brown, 1952, 1967-1970.
  10. SU–Frank W. Weymouth, 1952.
  11. University of California (UC)–T.A. Bisson, 1952.
  12. UC–Thomas C. Blaisdell, Jr., 1951.
  13. UC–Herbert Blumer, 1937.
  14. UC–Monroe E. Deutsch, 1952.
  15. UC–Loyalty Oaths, 1951.
  16. UC–Austin H. MacCormick, 1954.
  17. University of California, Los Angeles–Miriam Brooks Sherman, 1950.
  18. University of California, San Diego–Herbert Marcuse, 1967-1970.

Colorado Schools

  1. 1949, 1953.
  2. Colorado Springs–Robert Donner, “Reds” in Education, 1950-1953.
  3. Colorado University–Robert L. Stearns, 1952.
  4. Denver University–Henry Toy, Jr., 1952.
  5. University of Colorado–Mehdi K. Nabosteen, 1946.

Connecticut Schools

  1. Trinity College, 1952-1953.
  2. University of Connecticut–Paul R. Zilsel, 1953.
  3. Wesleyan University, 1949-1952.
  4. Yale University (YU), 1944-1955 (1 of 2).
  5. YU, 1944-1955 (2 of 2).
  6. YU–Correspondence, 1949-1953.
  7. YU–Samuel Flagg Bemis, 1950.
  8. YU–William F. Buckley, “God and Man at Yale,” 1951-1952.
  9. YU–Communist Front List, 1933-1949.
  10. YU–Jerome Davis, 1935-1962.
  11. YU–Alfred Whitney Griswold, 1950-1953.
  12. YU–Rafael Lemkin, 1950.
  13. YU–Loyalty Oaths and “Reds,” 1947-1952.
  14. YU–John Punnett Peters, 1954-1955.
  15. YU–Liston Pope, 1953-1954.
  16. YU–Charles Seymour, 1949-1950.

District of Columbia Schools

  1. 1937, 1950-1954.
  2. Hobart Corning-Adelbert Lee Feud, 1951-1952.
  3. American University–Edward W. Baumen, 1961.
  4. George Washington University–Charles S. Collier, 1952.
  5. Howard University, 1953.

Florida Schools

  1. 1949.
  2. University of South Florida–Communist Student Group, 1978.

Georgia Schools

  1. 1949.
  2. Piedmont College, 1952-1953.
  3. University of Georgia–John Drewry, 1954.

Hawaii Schools

  1. Miles E. Carey, n.d.

Idaho Schools

  1. 1946-1950.

Illinois Schools

  1. 1949, 1954.
  2. Chicago Public Schools, 1948-1952.
  3. Chicago–Benjamin C. Willis, 1954.
  4. Ira H. Latimer, 1950.
  5. R.A. Lease–Sycamore, Illinois, 1952.

Illinois Schools—Colleges and Universities

  1. Rockford College—The Rockford Papers, December 1977.
  2. Northwestern University–William L. Cary, 1955.
  3. University of Chicago (UC)–Mortimer Adler, 1951-1952.
  4. UC–Hans J. Morgenthau, 1968.
  5. UC–Robert Redfield, n.d.
  6. UC–“Reds.”
  7. UC–Malcolm Sharp, 1949-1951.
  8. UC–John B. Thompson, 1950.
  9. UC–Rexford Guy Tugwell, 1949, 1973.
Box 50 Education—By State

Illinois Schools—Colleges and Universities

  1. UC–Quincy Wright, 1954.
  2. University of Illinois–Arthur E. Bestor, N.D.
  3. Wheaton College, 1950.

Iowa Schools

  1. Grinnell College–Westminster Fellowship National Assembly, 1949-1950.

Kansas Schools

  1. Emporia State College–Lou Tandy, 1953.

Kentucky Schools

  1. Louisville–Border State Chamber of Commerce and Education, 1945.

Louisiana Schools

  1. Paul Tulane, 1950.

Maryland Schools

  1. Maryland Education, 1949.
  2. St. John’s College–Richard D. Weigle, 1949-1952.
  3. University of Maryland–Bertell Ollman, 1978.

Massachusetts Schools

  1. 1948-1950.
  2. Thomas J. Lane–Thomas Dorgan, Communism in Schools, 1954.
  3. “Reds,” 1949.
  4. Secularization, n.d.

Massachusetts Schools—Colleges and Universities

  1. Harvard University (HU), 1947-1948.
  2. HU–Harold J. Berman, 1955, 1965.
  3. HU–Derek C. Bok, 1971.
  4. HU– Zechariah Chafee, Jr., 1950-1957.
  5. HU–Communism, 1938.
  6. HU–James B. Conant, 1950-1953.
  7. HU–Deborah Labenow, 1950.
  8. HU–Kirtley Mather, 1945-1952.
  9. HU–Francis O. Matthiessen, 1950.
  10. HU–Ralph Barton Perry, 1951-1954.
  11. HU–Roscoe Pound, 1949.
  12. HU–Nathan M. Pusey, 1953-1954, 1970.
  13. HU–Harlow Shapley, 1946-1951.
  14. HU–B.F. Skinner, 1971-1973.
  15. HU–Sumner H. Slichter, 1949-1953.
  16. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Dirk Struik, 1949-1952 (1 of 2).
  17. MIT, Dirk J. Struik, 1949-1952 (2 of 2).
  18. Mount Holyoke College (MHC), 1950-1952.
  19. MHC–Peter Vierech, 1950-1955.
  20. Tufts College–Howard A. Bridgman, 1951.
  21. Wellesley College, 1949-1952.
  22. Williams College, 1952.

Michigan Schools

  1. 1948.
  2. Detroit–Gabriel Richard Day, 1948.
  3. Olivet College, n.d.
  4. University of Michigan–Edward T. Cheyfitz, 1934.

Minnesota Schools

  1. Minneapolis Schools, 1950.
  2. University of Minnesota–Mulford Q. Sibley, 1964-1969.
  3. University of Minnesota–Maurice Visscher, 1961.
  4. Wayne University, 1949-1951.

Missouri Schools

  1. University of Kansas City–Clarence Decker, 1954.

Nebraska Schools

  1. Robert Powell LeRoy, 1963-1969.
  2. Omaha–Hobart Corning, 1951.
  3. Henry St. Ogne, 1961.

New Hampshire Schools

  1. 1949.
  2. Dartmouth College (DC), 1948-1949.
  3. DC–Robert K. Carr, 1950-1952.
  4. University of New Hampshire (UNH)–G. Harris Daggett, 1949.
  5. UNH–John Rideout, 1949.

New Mexico Schools

  1. Separation of Church and State, n.d.

New Jersey Schools

  1. 1945-1950.
  2. Newark Schools, 1946-1949.
  3. Clendenin J. Ryan, 1952.

New Jersey Schools—Colleges and Universities

  1. Montclair State Teachers College, 1950.
  2. Northeast Technical School (Trenton), n.d.
  3. Princeton University (PU), 1949.
  4. PU–The Institute for Advanced Study, n.d.
  5. PU–Harley L. Lutz, 1954.
  6. PU–Princeton Movement for a New Congress, 1970.
  7. Rutgers University–G. Bert Carlson, 1951.
  8. RU–Robert C. Clothier.

New York Schools

  1. 1941-1947.
  2. 1948.
  3. 1949 (1 of 2).
  4. 1949 (2 of 2).
  5. 1950 (1 of 3).
  6. 1950 (2 of 3).
  7. 1950 (3 of 3).
  8. 1951
  9. 1952.
  10. 1953
  11. 1954-1955.
  12. n.d. (1 of 2).
  13. n.d. (2 of 2).
  14. Annual Reports, 1949-1951.
  15. Babylon, 1952.
  16. Brooklyn–Arthur Levitt, 1952.
  17. Kathryn Cambridge, 1968-1969.
  18. Chappaqua, 1946-1948.
  19. Communists, 1949-1953 (1 of 2).
  20. Communists, 1949-1953 (2 of 2).
  21. George Daitsman, 1950.
  22. Ethel Dammrich, 1949.
  23. Education Report– “Secret Files for Secret Purposes,” 1961.
  24. Feinberg Law, 1949.
  25. Feinberg Law, 1950.
  26. Feinberg Law, 1951.
  27. Feinberg Law, 1952-1953.
  28. William Jansen, 1948-1950.
  29. Abraham Lefkowitz, 1939, 1952-1955.
  30. Norman London, MacArthur Day, 1951; Tima Ludins, 1953.
  31. Mahopac Schools.
  32. James Marshall, 1952.
  33. Metropolitan Music School, 1964.
  34. National Economic Council, 1947.
  35. New York City Schools (NYCS), 1949-1952.
  36. NYCS–Board of Education, 1948-1953 (1 of 2).
  37. NYCS–Board of Education, 1948-1953 (2 of 2).
  38. NYCS–Brooklyn, Student Strike, 1950.
  39. NYCS–Race, n.d.
  40. NYCS–“Reds,” 1949-1950.
  41. NYCS–“Red” Teachers, 1951-1952.
  42. NYCS–Teacher Pay, 1950-1952.
  43. NYCS– Teacher Training Pamphlet, 1951.
  44. NYCS–Institute for Public Service, 1951.
  45. New York State Economic Council, 1934-1946.
  46. Play-Schools Association, 1949.
  47. Arthur Upham Pope, 1945-1957.
  48. Generoso Pope, 1950.
  49. May A. Quinn, Public, 1945-1949.
  50. Radio Electronics Institute, 1948.
  51. Annette T. Rubenstein, 1952.
  52. Rose Russell, 1949-1952.
  53. Sylvia M. Scheiderman, 1950.
  54. Paul Seligman, 1954.
  55. Abraham Squire, 1953.
  56. State Citizens Committee, 1952.
  57. Teachers Alliance of New York City, n.d.
  58. Teachers Association, 1950-1952.
  59. New York, Teachers Guild, 1948-1952.
  60. Teachers Union (TU), 1942, 1948-1949.
  61. TU, 1950.
  62. TU, 1951.
  63. TU, 1952-1953.
Box 51 Education—By State

New York Schools

  1. George A. Timone, 1946.
  2. Howard Whitman, 1954.
  3. Peter F. Wiener, 1951.
  4. Lewis A. Wilson, 1950.
  5. Martin Wolfson, 1950-1953.

New York Schools—Colleges and Universities

  1. Brooklyn College (BC)–Harry Slochower, 1955.
  2. BC–“The Van Guard,” 1950.
  3. BC–Belle Zeller, 1951.
  4. City College of New York (CUNY)–Buell G. Gallagher, 1952.
  5. CUNY–Morris U. Schappes, 1941.
  6. Colgate University–John Hay Whitney, 1954.
  7. Columbia University (CU), 1947-1954.
  8. CU–Harry J. Carman, 1950.
  9. CU–Citizenship Education Project, 1950-1955.
  10. CU–John Maurice Clark, n.d.
  11. CU–Henry Steel Commager, 1950-1972.
  12. CU–Andrew Cordier, 1968.
  13. CU–George Counts, 1947-1952.
  14. CU–Lewis Douglas, 1951-1955.
  15. CU–Harvey J. Levin, 1954.
  16. CU–William Perl, 1952.
  17. CU–William Russell, 1954.
  18. CU–Howard Selsam, 1952-1954.
  19. CU–W. North Seymour Whitney, 1954.
  20. CU–Bernard J. Stern, n.d.
  21. CU–George D. Strayer, 1950.
  22. CU–Lionel Trilling, 1953.
  23. CU–Harold C. Urey, 1949-1955.
  24. CU–Mark Van Doren, 1950-1952.
  25. CU–Gene Weltfish, 1952.
  26. CU–Karl A. Wittfogil, 1951.
  27. Cornell University–Dean W. Malott, 1955.
  28. Hunter College, 1950-1954.
  29. Hunter College–George N. Shuster ,1949-1953.
  30. Hunter College–Bernhard G. Walpin, 1950.
  31. Long Island University–George Polk Memorial Awards, 1953-1954.
  32. New School for Social Research, 1949-1954, 1971-1973.
  33. New York School of Social Work–Edward C. Lindeman, 1950-1953.
  34. New York University (NYU), 1948-1953.
  35. NYU–Edwin Berry Burgum, 1952-1953.
  36. NYU–Harry Woodburn Chase, 1949.
  37. NYU–Harold J. Laski, 1949.
  38. NYU–Margaret Schlauch, 1951.
  39. Packard Junior College, 1950.
  40. Queens College (QC)–Harold Lenz, 1951-1952.
  41. QC–Oscar Shaftel, 1953.
  42. Sarah Lawrence College–Harold Taylor, 1956-1954.
  43. Syracuse University, 1951-1952.
  44. Teachers College, 1952.
  45. Theological Union Seminary.
  46. Syracuse University–T.V. Smith, 1952.
  47. Vassar College (VC), 1937-1954.
  48. VC–Sarah Gibson Blanding, n.d.
  49. VC–Henry M. MacCracken, 1949-1952.
  50. Webb Institute of Natural Architecture, 1949.
  51. West Point, 1951.
  52. Yeshiva University, 1952.

North Carolina Schools

  1. University of North Carolina, 1949-1950.
  2. University of North Carolina–Frank P. Graham, 1949.

North Dakota Schools

  1. n.d.

Ohio Schools

  1. 1951.
  2. Cleveland–Rudolph M. Rosenthal, 1945.
  3. Columbus–Upper Arlington Schools, 1950-1951.
  4. Ohio State University–Clyde Williams, 1951.
  5. Ohio University (Athens)–Wilbur A. Yauch, 1951.
  6. Phi Delta Kappa, 1940.
  7. [No Content].
  8. University of Cincinnati–Raymond Walters, 1950.
  9. Western Reserve University, 1949-1953.
  10. Wittenberg College, 1949-1950.

Oklahoma Schools

  1. Oklahoma Education Association, 1968-1974.
  2. Tulsa Libraries, 1964-1978.
  3. Tulsa Schools, 1969-1976.
  4. Tulsa Schools–Gordon Cawelti, 1968-1969.
  5. University of Oklahoma–Paul Boutelle, 1967.
  6. University of Tulsa–Ed Cadenhead, 1966-1968.

Oregon Schools

  1. 1949-1953.
  2. Reed College (RC)–Robert W. Canon, 1954.
  3. RC–Lloyd Reynolds, n.d.
  4. University of Oregon, 1952.

Pennsylvania Schools

  1. 1948-1952.
  2. Philadelphia Schools, 1938, 1953.
  3. Alliance College–Arthur P. Coleman, 1955.
  4. Pennsylvania State College–Milton Eisenhower, 1950-1952.
  5. Swarthmore College, 1950.
  6. Temple University (TU), 1943-1953.
  7. TU–Barrows Dunham, 1953-1955.
  8. University of Pennsylvania (UPenn)–Clarke Byse, 1953.
  9. UPenn–John Dickinson, 1933-1936.
  10. UPenn–Harold E. Stassen, 1950-1951.
  11. UPenn–Daniel Thorner, 1952.
  12. University of Pittsburgh (UPitt)–Robert G. Colodny, 1959-1962.
  13. UPitt–William Wallace, 1954.

Rhode Island Schools

  1. Pembroke College–Junior Year at Pembroke, 1953.

Tennessee Schools

  1. Highlander Folk School (HFS)–Educational and Research Center, 1947, 1957-1968.
  2. HFS—The Nashville Tennessean Series, October 1939.
  3. University of the South–Ban on Black Students, 1952.

Texas Schools

  1. 1946-1951.
  2. Dallas University–Robert Morris, 1962.
  3. Southern Methodist University, 1950-1951.
  4. University of Texas (UT)–Clarence Ayres, 1951.
  5. UT–Integration, Heman Sweatt, 1946-1950.
  6. UT–Homer P. Rainey, 1944-1950.

Utah Schools

  1. 1948-1951.

Vermont Schools

  1. Bennington College–Robert D. Leigh, n.d.
  2. Goddard College–Workshop on Schools, 1951.

Virginia Schools

  1. 1951-1953.
  2. Sweet Briar College–Edgar J. Fisher, 1952.
  3. University of Virginia (UV)–Colgate Darden, 1951.
  4. UV–Integration, Gregory Hayes Swanson, 1950.

Washington Schools

  1. 1949-1952.
  2. University of Washington (UW)–Communists, 1949-1952.
  3. UW–Giovanni Costigan, 1962-1965.
  4. UW–Herbert J. Phillips, 1950, 1954.
  5. Washington State College, Wilson Compton, 1951.
  6. Whitworth College, Spokane, Washington, 1951.

West Virginia Schools

  1. 1951.
  2. West Virginia University, 1950-1951.

Wisconsin Schools

  1. Superior Public Schools, 1948.
  2. University of Wisconsin, 1949-1952.

Schools Outside the United States

  1. The Hague, Institute of Social Studies, n.d.
  2. Teachers, 1951-1953.

Students and Youth Movements

  1. American Student Movement, 1970.
  2. American Student Union, 1936.
  3. American Youth Congress, 1936-1949 (1 of 2).
  4. American Youth Congress, 1936-1949 (2 of 2).
  5. American Youth for Democracy, 1943-1949.
  6. American Youth Foundation, 1950.
  7. American Youth League, n.d.
  8. Child Labor Amendment, 1924.
  9. Children’s Rights–Rudolf Dreikurs, 1954.
  10. Christian Youth Service, 1961-1962.
  11. Communists and Youth (CY), 1936, 1938.
  12. CY–8th Communist World Festival of Youth and Students, 1962.
  13. Heartland White House Conference, 1969.
  14. International Student Service, 1947-1948.
  15. International Union of Students, 1947, 1950.
Box 52 Students and Youth Movements
  1. Juvenile Delinquency (JD), 1944, 1954-1955.
  2. JD, 1948, 1950-1952, Clippings.
  3. JD, 1953-1955, Clippings.
  4. JD, 1973-1976.
  5. National Student Association, 1961-1973.
  6. New York Student Federation Against War–Newsletter, ANVIL, 1950, 1956.
  7. President’s Commission on Campus Unrest, 1970.
  8. President’s White House Conference on Children, 1960-1971.
  9. Southern Student Organizing Committee, 1964, 1969.
  10. Student Activism, 1978.
  11. Student Federalists–Scarsdale, New York, 1944.
  12. Students for America, n.d.
  13. Students for a Democratic Society (SDS), 1964-1966.
  14. SDS, 1967-1968.
  15. SDS, January-May 1969.
  16. SDS, June-December 1969.
  17. SDS, 1970-1973.
  18. SDS–Campus World, April 1950.
  19. SDS–Contributions to the Enemy, 1970.
  20. SDS–HAASP Bulletin (Harding Academy American Studies Program), Memphis, 1968.
  21. SDS–J. Edgar Hoover, 1969.
  22. SDS–Pamphlets, 1969.
  23. SDS–Peace Research and Education Project Newsletter (Ann Arbor, Michigan), 1964.
  24. SDS–Radical Education Project, 1967-1969.
  25. SDS– SDS Bulletin, 1964.
  26. SDS–Burt Schuman, 1969.
  27. SDS–“Vietnam: No Mistake!”, 1970.
  28. Students for Democratic Action, 1952-1953.
  29. Student International Union, n.d.
  30. Student League for Industrial Democracy, 1950.
  31. Student Riots and Disorders (SRD), 1962-1968.
  32. SRD, January- February 1969.
  33. SRD, March - April, 1969.
  34. SRD, May- December 1969.
  35. SRD, 1970-1973.
  36. SRD–High School, 1968-1971.
  37. SRD–Kent State University, Ohio, 1970-1975.
  38. SRD–University of Kansas, Lawrence, 1970.
  39. SRD–University of Oklahoma, Norman, 1970-1971.
  40. Student Strike–International, 1968-1969.
  41. Teenagers, 1977-1978.
  42. Tulsa Children’s Charity–World Changers International, 1977-1978.
  43. United States Student Assembly, n.d.
  44. United Student Christian Council, 1951.
  45. Voting–Minimum Age, n.d.
  46. White Panther Party, 1970-1972.
  47. Karl Dietrich Wolff, 1969.
  48. World Assembly of Youth, 1951.
  49. World Federation of Democratic Youth (WFDY), 1957-1958.
  50. WFDY–Young Workers Liberation League, 1971.
  51. World Student Congress, 1950.
  52. World Student Service Fund, 1950-1953.
  53. World University Service–Student Health, Southeast Asia, 1951.
  54. World Youth Assembly, 1970.
  55. World Youth Congress, 1939-1951.
  56. World Youth Crusade for Freedom, 1970-1971.
  57. World Youth Festival, 1965, 1973.
  58. YIPPIES (Youth International Party), 1968-1973.
  59. William M. Young, 1968-1969.
  60. Young America’s Foundation, n.d.
  61. Young Communist League, 1934-1962.
  62. Young Life Club, 1973, 1975.
  63. Young Men’s Christian Association (YMCA), 1939-1971.
  64. YMCA–University of Texas, Austin, 1962.
Box 53 Students and Youth Movements
  1. Young People’s Socialist League, 1964-1973.
  2. Young Progressives of America, 1952.
  3. Young Readers of America–Book Club, n.d.
  4. Young Socialists, n.d.
  5. Young Socialist Alliance, 1968-1975.
  6. Young Women’s Christian Association, 1946-1952, 1969, 1971.
  7. Young World Federalists, 1952.
  8. Youth, 1935, 1941-1952.
  9. Youth, 1957-1962.
  10. Youth, 1963-1965.
  11. Youth, 1966-1974.
  12. Youth Action, 1972.
  13. Youth Against Communism Movement, 1968.
  14. Youth Committee For Peace and Democracy in the Middle East. 1972.
  15. Youth Films Incorporated, 1969.
  16. Youth for Decency, n.d.
  17. Youth for the Voluntary Prayer Amendment, n.d.
  18. Youth Freedom Speakers, n.d.
  19. Youth Hostels–Charlotte Wettrick, Seattle, n.d.
  20. Youth Organizations (YO), 1946-1958.
  21. YO, 1954-1969.
  22. Youth Vote, 1970.
  23. Youth Vote, 1971-1973.
  24. Youthbuilders Inc., New York City 1948-1949.

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