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Carnegie Endowment for International Peace European Center records, 1910-1954

Series VIII: Directeurs, 1913-1940

Correspondence, speeches, internal memoranda, and printed material document the work and travels on behalf of the Endowment of the Baron d'Estournelles de Constant (the Centre's President, 1913-1924), Earle Babcock and Malcolm Davis (its two American Directeur-Adjoints), and Nicholas Murrary Butler (the Director of the Division of Intercourse and Education). Babock's and Davis's files include separate groups of correspondence with Butler and Henry Haskell, who was Butler's assistant. The series also include books and pamphlets by an about Andrew Carnegie and some correspondence with Louise Carnegie.

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Subseries VIII.A: Estournelles de Constant, Paul Henri Benjamin, baron d', 1913-1924

Baron d'Estournelles was President of the Centre Européen from its founding until his death in 1924.

The correspondence in this suberies consists of letters between Baron d'Estournelles and the staff of the Centre. The notes and mementos are also those exchanged between the Baron and the Centre's staff and include monthly reports on the Centre's activities. The "En voyage" file contains material concerning the Baron's trips to England and Holland in 1924. The biographical material includes correspondence, clippings, postcards, and speeches about the Baron's life and achievements.


Correspondence:



Box 189 1913-1915



Box 190 1916-1924


Notes et mementos:



Box 191 1921-1924 March, 1921-1924



Box 192 Folder 1 1924 April -May, 1924


Box 192 Folder 2 En Voyage, 1924


Box 192 Folder 3-4 Biographie


Subseries VIII.B: Babcock, Earle B., 1924-1935

Earle Babcock served as the Centre's Directeur-Adjoint from 1925 until 1935.

For some years correspondance diverse files include two or more separate sequences (in chronological and alphabetical order) and include letters and reports from the Centre staff to Babcock.


1. Correspondence diverse, 1924-1935


Box 192 Folder 5-6 1925-1926



Box 193 1926-1927



Box 194 1927-1929



Box 195 1930-1932



Box 196 1932-1933



Box 197 1933-1934



Box 198 1934-1935



Box 199 Folder 1 Academy of Political Science (Lindsay), 1925-1926


Box 199 Folder 2 Ambassade des Etats-Unis à Paris, 1926-1927


Box 199 Folder 3 American Chamber of Commerce, 1926


Box 199 Folder 4 American Club (Paris), 1926-1927


Box 199 Folder 5 American Institute of International Relations, undated


Box 199 Folder 6 American Legion, 1926


Box 199 Folder 7 Angleterre, 1927


Box 199 Folder 8 Association for International Understanding, 1927


Box 199 Folder 9-11 Bibliotheque Americaine, 1925-1927


Box 199 Folder 12 British Institute for International Affairs, 1925-1926


Box 199 Folder 13 Columbia University, 1925-1927


Box 199 Folder 14 English-speaking Union, 1925-1927


Box 199 Folder 15 Genève, 1927



Box 200 Folder 1 Institute of Economics, 1926


Box 200 Folder 2 Institute of International Education, 1926-1927


Box 200 Folder 3 Instituts et Associations Diverses, 1925-1927


Box 200 Folder 4 Instituts et Fondations Carnegie, 1927


Box 200 Folder 5 International Auxuliary Language Association, 195-1927


Box 200 Folder 6 Jefferson à Paris


Box 200 Folder 7 Keppel, Frederick P., 1927


Box 200 Folder 8 Leland, Waldo G., 1927


Box 200 Folder 9 Modern Foreign Language Study, 1925-1926


Box 200 Folder 10-12 New York University, 1924-1933



Box 201 Folder 1 PEN Club, 1926


Box 201 Folder 2 Rogers, Lindsay, 1932


Box 201 Folder 3 Sociétés diverses à Genève, 1927


Box 201 Folder 4 Universités Americaines diverses, 1927


Box 201 Folder 5 University of Chicago, 1925


Box 201 Folder 6 Vittel, 1927


Box 201 Folder 7 World Alliance for International Friendship through Churches, 1925-1926


Box 201 Folder 8 YMCAs, National Council of the, 1925-1926


2. Butler, Nicholas Murray-correspondence avec, 1931-1934


Box 201 Folder 9-12 1925-1927



Box 202 1928-1931



Box 203 1931-1933



Box 204 Folder 1-2 1934


3. Haskell, Henry S., 1925-1934


Henry Haskell was Assistant to the Director of the Division of Intercourse and Education.


Box 204 Folder 3-6 1925-1927



Box 205 1928-1930



Box 206 1930-1931



Box 207 1931-1932



Box 208 1932-1934



Box 209 Folder 1 1934


4. Voyages, 1925-1934


Box 209 Folder 2-5 1925-1926 1929, 1925-1926, 1929



Box 210 1930-1932



Box 211 1933-1934


Subseries VIII.C: Davis, Malcolm W., 1935-1940

Malcolm Davis was Directeur-Adjoint of the Centre from 1935 until 1940.


1. Correspondence personnelle, 1935-1937 1940, 1935-1937, 1940



Box 212 1935-1936



Box 213 1937 1940, 1937, 1940


2. Butler, Nicholas Murray:



Box 214 Folder 1-3 Correspondence avec, 1935-1937


3. Haskell, Henry S., 1935-1938 1940, 1935-1938, 1940


Henry Haskell was Assistant to the Director of the Division of Intercourse and Education.


Box 214 Folder 4-6 1935



Box 215 1936-1937



Box 216 Folder 1-4 1937-1938 1940, 1937-1938, 1940


4. Voyages, 1935-1938


Box 216 Folder 5-6 1935-1936



Box 217 Folder 1-2 1937-1938


Subseries VIII.D: Butler, Nicholas Murray-Voyages en Europe et Discours, 1921-1937

This subseries consists of correspondence, itineraries, schedules, clippings, and other material related to Butler's trips to Europe. It also includes typescript and printed versions of various speeches that Butler delivered.


Box 217 Folder 3-5 1921



Box 218 1921 1923 1925, 1921, 1923, 1925



Box 219 1925-1926



Box 220 1926 1927 1929 1930, 1926, 1927, 1929, 1930



Box 221 1930-1931



Box 222 1931



Box 223 1931-1934



Box 224 Folder 1-4 1933-1937


Subseries VIII.E: Carnegie, Andrew


Box 224 Folder 5 Printed matter



Box 225 Folder 1 Printed matter (continued)



Box 2 Subseries VIII.F: Carnegie, Louise-Correspondence, 1923-1925



Box 225 Carnegie, Louise-Correspondence, 1923-1925