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Carnegie Endowment for International Peace New York and Washington Offices records, 1910-1954

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Abstract

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, established by Andrew Carnegie in 1910, is a private, nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing cooperation between nations and promoting active international engagement by the United States. The files document the activities of the New York and Washington Offices of Carnegie Endowment for International Peace from 1910 until 1954, as well as the founding, administration, and activity of the Centre Europeen (CEIP Paris Office) and the work of the Carnegie Endowment in Europe in 1911-1940

At a Glance

Call No.: CC#0002
Bib ID 4078585 View CLIO record
Creator(s) Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. New York and Washington Offices ; Buck, Pearl S (Pearl Sydenstricker), 1892-1973 ; Byrd, Richard Evelyn, 1888-1957 ; Einstein, Albert, 1879-1955 ; Florinsky, Michael T., 1894-1981 ; Freud, Sigmund, 1856-1939 ; Garland, Hamlin, 1860-1940 ; Hoover, Herbert, 1874-1964 ; Leacock, Stephen, 1869-1944 ; Masters, Edgar Lee, 1868-1950 ; Mili︠u︡kov, P. N. (Pavel Nikolaevich), 1859-1943 ; Roosevelt, Eleanor, 1884-1962 ; Stevenson, Adlai E (Adlai Ewing), 1900-1965 ; Wister, Owen, 1860-1938
Title Carnegie Endowment for International Peace New York and Washington Offices records, 1910-1954
Physical Description 335 linear feet (678 boxes 536 volumes)
Language(s) English , French .
Other Finding Aids

A detailed index of the volumes is available at https://library.columbia.edu/content/dam/libraryweb/locations/rbml/carnegie/CEIP%20Indices%20PDF.pdf.

Access

This collection is located on-site.

Arrangement

Arrangement

This collection is arranged in nine series and several subseries.

Description

Summary

Correspondence, memoranda, financial documents, minutes, book and lecture typescripts, printed matter, reports, press releases, news clippings, posters, architectural plans, and photographs document the activities of the New York and Washington Offices of Carnegie Endowment for International Peace from 1910 until 1954, as well as the founding, administration, and activity of the Centre Europeen (CEIP Paris Office) and the work of the Carnegie Endowment in Europe in 1911-1940. The CEIP records are most complete for the 1940-1945 period, while some documentation from the post-war period was retained by the Endowment. The collection does not include any records on grants given by the CEIP. Grant files and post-1954 materials are still with the Endowment in Washington, DC.

  • Series I. Secretary's Office

    (137 volumes, 105 boxes)

    The Secretary, chief administrative officer of the Endowment, conducted the general correspondence and signed all instruments in the name of the corporation. In addition to its general administrative duties, the Secretary served as the secretary of the Board of Trustees and of the Executive Committee; edited and distributed the Endowment's Year Book (annual report); supervised the production, free distribution, and sales of most of the Endowment's publications; and oversaw the operation of the Endowment's library in its Washington office. (Source: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace: Summary of Organization and Work. Washington DC: CEIP, 1941 (pp. 16-17.).

    The Secretary's Office records (Series I) contain general correspondence files, annual report materials, trustee minutes and files, financial records, officer files and correspondence, a large collection of mostly unsolicited peace plans and proposals, publicity files, reports prepared for Trustee information, and files relating to other Carnegie organizations. Within this series, specific Endowment activities and program areas are documented by files on its depository library program, its incorporation in 1930 its library, its physical plant and offices, its publishing program, and its role in the Second Pan-American Conference.

  • Series II: Division of Economics of History, 1910-1930

    (31 vols)

    The Division of Economics and History was established at a conference in Berne, Switzerland called by the Endowment in August 1911. John Bates Clark, the Division's first director, led the conference. The participants considered the best methods "to promote a thorough and scientific investigation of the causes and the results of war." The conference resulted in a plan of investigation and an extensive list of topics for study. The aim of the studies was to reveal direct and indirect consequences of warfare.

    The Berne participants, plus two additional members, formed a Committee of Research, the function of which was to select authors, to consult with these writers during the research and writing process, to read completed manuscripts, and to recommend worthy studies to the Endowment for publication. After the outbreak of World War I, the Division was forced to alter its program. The Division commissioned a series of studies dealing with topics of immediate importance in connection with the war.

    In 1919 James Shotwell became General Editor of the proposed Economic and Social History of the World War. The Committee of Research was dissolved in September 1919 and was replaced by national Editorial Committees. In 1924 Shotwell was appointed Director of the Division. Soon after, the Economic and Social History of the World War series was brought to a conclusion, comprising about 150 volumes, and the Division shifted its focus from the study of war to the study of peace. During the second half of the 1920s the Division's publications included a series on the Paris Peace Conference, studies on Canadian-American relation (conferences on which the Division also organized), and several monographs on the contribution of economic competition to political conflict. (Source: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace: Summary of Organization and Work (Washington DC: CEIP, 1941), pp. 46-51.)

    Files relating the Division's collaboration with other organizations and participation in specific projects can be found in Series VI and VII. Copies of some of the Division's publications can be found in Series VIII.

    This series is indexed. (Indices are available in RBML.

    Electronic versions of the indices are in preparation.)

    Series II. is organized into the following subseries:

    A. General correspondence

    B. Economic and Social History of the World War

  • Series III: Division of Intercourse and Education

    (82 boxes, 218 volumes)

    The Division of Intercourse and Education was established on March9, 1911 in order to: (1) diffuse information and educate public opinion regarding the causes, natures, and effects of war, and means for its prevention and avoidance; (2) cultivate friendly feelings between the inhabitants of different countries and increase their knowledge and understanding of each other; and (3) maintain, promote and assist such establishments, organizations, associations, and agencies that are useful in the accomplishment of the purposes of the corporation.

    The original intention was to carry out as much of the work of the Division as possible through organizations already in existence or established for particular purposes. To this end, the Endowment entirely supported the American Association for International Conciliation from 1910 until 1924 when it was dissolved and its activities taken up by the Division. The Division made other substantial subventions (grants) to the American Peace Society, the Bureau International Permanent de la Paix at Berne, l'Office Central des Associations Internationales at Brussels, and various periodicals in the international field.

    After World War I, the Division made several grants toward reconstruction efforts in Europe, including the restorations of the library of the Royal University of Belgrade, the municipal library at Reims, the library of the University of Louvain, and the official buildings of the Commune of Fargniers in the Department of Aisne. Early in the post-war period, however, the Trustees decided to apply all of the Endowment's resources to its own program of work. The Division's grant-making activities were gradually reduced and eventually discontinued.

    To inform public opinion and promote international understanding, the Division published and distributed literature, cooperated with libraries and educational institutions in many countries, worked with students, conducted a program of adult education, collaborated in the organization of international conferences, and sponsored the international visits of statesmen and professors.

    Specifically, the Division published the monthly International Conciliation; collaborated with the Vatican Library in cataloging its manuscripts, incunabula, and printed books; established International Mind Alcoves in public libraries in small communities throughout the United States; and sponsored International Relations Clubs of students throughout the world to which it sent books and pamphlets to incite and inform discussion. (For files on these projects and others see VII. Projects .

    The Division maintained offices in Paris (the European Centre, see Series III.C. and the CEIP European Centre Records held in RBML for more) and London (see III.D.) (Source: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace: Summary of Organization and Work. Washington DC: CEIP, 1941 pp18-28.)

    The records of the Division consist of general correspondence (1910-1934); topical volumes (1910-1940), which comprise records of the Division that were bound by Endowment staff into volumes covering general categories; the Division's office files on the European Centre, London office, and Geneva Research Center; and the manuscripts of the lectures sponsored by the European Centre (the Cours).

    Series III. is organized into the following subseries:

    A. General correspondence

    B. Topical volumes

    C. European Centre

    D. London Office

  • Series IV: Division of International Law

    (150 volumes, 9 boxes)

    The Trustees of the Endowment formed the Division of International Law to: (1) to aid in the development of international law and its acceptance among nations; (2) establish a better understanding of international rights and duties and a sense of international justice among the countries throughout the world; and (3) promote a general acceptance of peaceable methods in the settlement of international disputes.

    The Division devoted its efforts in three principal areas: facilitating the study and improving the teaching of international law and related subjects; furthering the development of international law and restating its rules in a more unified and systematic way; and improving the documentation of international law through a publication program resulting in the production of some 200 volumes.

    The Division helped found and support an Academy of International Law, which opened in 1923 provided financial and administrative support to six conferences of teachers of international law between 1914 and 1941 sponsored a series of eight summer sessions on international law to which it invited teachers from smaller colleges and prospective teachers who expected to begin their academic careers in small colleges; and awarded a series of fellowships in international law for the purpose of increasing the number of qualified scholars in the field.

    Soon after its formation, the Division of International Law entered into a cooperative arrangement with the Institut de Droit International. Through this arrangement the Institut created an advisory committee to counsel the Division, and in turn, the Institut for many years received financial assistance from the Endowment to encourage attendance at its sessions and aid in the publication of Annuaires. The Division also helped establish the American Institute of International Law in 1915 cooperated with and supported Harvard Research in International Law; financially assisted other societies of international law including the Grotius Society of London, the Société de Législation Comparée of Paris, the Association Yougoslave de Droit International of Belgrade, the Istituto Italiano di Diritto Internazionale of Rome, and the International Law Association; cooperated with governmental and non-governmental organizations including the Department of State of the U.S, the Neutrality Board of the United States, the Pan American Union, the Advisory Board of Jurists at the Hague, the Inter-American Commission of Jurists created by the International Conferences of American States, and the Permanent Court of International Justice; and lent technical and other specialized assistance to the work of several assemblies and conferences, including the American Commission to Negotiate Peace at Paris (1919), the Washington Conference on the Limitation of Armament (1921-1922), and several of the Pan American Scientific Congresses.

    The Division gave financial assistance to several international law books and journals by purchasing copies and distributing them to libraries and other interested institutions. The Division also had its own extensive publication program issuing collections of international documents, reports of tribunals, treatises, pamphlets and monographs on particular topics, and the series the "Classics of International Law," the publication of which the Endowment took over from the Carnegie Institution. (Source: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace: Summary of Organization and Work. Washington DC: CEIP, 1941 pp31-45.)

    Series IV. is organized into the following subseries:

    A. General

    B. Classics of International Law

    C. Conferences

    D. Fellowships

    E. Meetings

    F. Promotion

    G. Reports and publications

    H. Repor on Teaching of International Law

  • Series V: Conferences and Institutes

    (14 boxes)

    This series comprises the Endowment's files on the national and international conferences and institutes in which it participated or maintained an interest, as well as those it organized or funded. The files reflect the work of all three divisions and the secretary's office of the Endowment.

  • Series VI: Organizations

    (52 boxes)

    The Endowment cooperated with many organizations (governmental and non-governmental, national and international) to foster greater and more pervasive understanding of international relations and to increase support for international laws, cooperation, and accommodation.

    These files represent the work of all three divisions and the secretary's office of the Endowment. They consist of correspondence, memoranda, minutes, agenda, press releases, pamphlets, periodicals, and other publications.

    See also Series III.B. Topical volumes.

  • Series VII: Projects

    (72 boxes)

    This series represents the files on the projects that were inititated, suported, and contributed to by all three divisions of the Endowment and its secretary's office.

    See also Series III.B. Topical volumes.

  • Series VIII. CEIP Library

    (13 boxes)

    This series comprises an assortment of boooks, pamphlets, periodicals, and typescript reports that were kept in the Endowmen's Library. It includes publications that were sent to the Endowment and kept as reference material, as well as Endowment publications. Printed material can be found througout the other series of the records. This series does not represent the entire CEIP library. For more information on the CEIP library see I.G.

    Series VIII. is organized into three subseries:

    A. CEIP reports and publications

    B. Other publications

    C. Clippings re the Endowment

  • Series IX. Oversize Material

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A detailed index of the volumes is available at https://library.columbia.edu/content/dam/libraryweb/locations/rbml/carnegie/CEIP%20Indices%20PDF.pdf.

Access Restrictions

This collection is located on-site.

Terms Governing Use and Reproduction

Permission to publish materials must be obtained in writing from Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and the Curator of Carnegie Collections.

Preferred Citation

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace Records. Rare Book and Manuscript Library. Columbia University Libraries. [Box or Volume Number].

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace - Centre Europeen Records. Rare Book and Manuscript Library. Columbia University Libraries. [Box Number].

Related Collections at Columbia

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. European Center.

James T. Shotwell Papers

John Bates Clark Papers

Nicholas Murray Butler Papers

Malcolm Waters Davis Papers

Alternate Form Available

Parts of collection are available on microfilm. Please consult the curator for details.

Ownership and Custodial History

Gift of the Carnegie Endowment, 1953 & 1954.

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Subject Headings

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Butler, Nicholas Murray, 1862-1947 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Carnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Charitable uses, trusts, and foundations Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Davis, Malcolm W. (Malcolm Waters), 1889-1970 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Dulles, John Foster, 1888-1959 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Endowments -- France -- Paris Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Endowments -- New York (State) -- New York Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Endowments -- Officials and employees Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Endowments -- United States Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Estournelles de Constant, Paul-Henri-Benjamin Balluet, baron d', 1852-1924 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Geneva Research Center Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Hiss, Alger Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Humanitarianism Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
International Labour Organization Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
International relations -- Research Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Johnson, Joseph E (Joseph Esrey), 1906-1990 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
League of Nations Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Peace -- Societies, etc Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Philanthropists Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Root, Elihu, 1845-1937 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
United Nations Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID

History / Biographical Note

Biographical / Historical

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, established by Andrew Carnegie in 1910, is a private, nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing cooperation between nations and promoting active international engagement by the United States. Carnegie selected 28 trustees who were leaders in American business and public life; among them were Harvard University president Charles W. Eliot; philanthropist Robert S. Brookings; former Ambassador to Great Britain Joseph H. Choate; former Secretary of State John W. Foster; former president of MIT and then-president of the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching Henry S. Pritchett; and Carnegie Institution of Washington president Robert S. Woodward. He chose longtime adviser Elihu Root -Senator from New York, former Secretary of War and of State, and future Nobel Peace Prize recipient- to be the Endowment's first president. The Endowment was initially organized into three divisions: the Division of Economics and History to study the causes and impact of war, the Division of Intercourse and Education to promote international understanding and cooperation, and the Division of International Law to aid in the development of international law and dispute settlement. A European Centre and advisory board, set up in Paris as part of the Division of Intercourse and Education, was initially headed by Baron Paul d'Estournelles de Constant, founder and president of the Association for International Conciliation. The Library of the Centre Europeen was founded in 1913 in order to establish a collection of works on international law, politics, economics, government, and social science. During the interwar period, the Endowment revitalized efforts to promote international conciliation, financed reconstruction projects in Europe, supported the work of other organizations, and founded the Academy of International Law at the Hague. Endowment publications of the interwar period included the unprecedented 22-volume Classics of International Law, and the 150-volume Economic and Social History of the World War. In 1925, Nicholas Murray Butler, also a Nobel Prize recipient, succeeded Elihu Root as president of the Endowment. Over the next 20 years he promoted his vision of international cooperation in business and politics. Among his other accomplishments, he was instrumental in fashioning the Kellogg-Briand no-war pact of 1928. The activities of CEIP European Centre were almost completely suspended during the Nazi occupation of Paris. In 1954 the Centre moved to Geneva. Following World War II and Butler's retirement, the Endowment's three divisions were consolidated under the direction of President Joseph E. Johnson. John Foster Dulles led the board. For the next two decades the Endowment conducted research and public education programs on a range of issues, particularly relating to the newly created United Nations and the future of the postwar international legal system. The Endowment provided diplomatic training for some 250 foreign service officers from emerging nations and published International Conciliation, a leading journal in the field.

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Series I. Secretary's Office

(137 volumes, 105 boxes)

The Secretary, chief administrative officer of the Endowment, conducted the general correspondence and signed all instruments in the name of the corporation. In addition to its general administrative duties, the Secretary served as the secretary of the Board of Trustees and of the Executive Committee; edited and distributed the Endowment's Year Book (annual report); supervised the production, free distribution, and sales of most of the Endowment's publications; and oversaw the operation of the Endowment's library in its Washington office. (Source: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace: Summary of Organization and Work. Washington DC: CEIP, 1941 (pp. 16-17.).

The Secretary's Office records (Series I) contain general correspondence files, annual report materials, trustee minutes and files, financial records, officer files and correspondence, a large collection of mostly unsolicited peace plans and proposals, publicity files, reports prepared for Trustee information, and files relating to other Carnegie organizations. Within this series, specific Endowment activities and program areas are documented by files on its depository library program, its incorporation in 1930 its library, its physical plant and offices, its publishing program, and its role in the Second Pan-American Conference.

A detailed index of the volumes is available athttps://library.columbia.edu/content/dam/libraryweb/locations/rbml/carnegie/CEIP%20Indices%20PDF.pdf


Subseries I.A. Correspondence

(9 boxes, 133 volumes)


Subsuberies I.A.1. Cataloged correspondence

(1 box)



Box 1 Addams, Jane. To N.M. Butler, 8 Jan 1931


Box 1 Adenauer, Conrad. To Shotwell, 30 Jan 1950


Austin, Warren R.


Box 1 To Alger Hiss, 20 Sept 1947


Box 1 To Joseph E. Johnson, 17 July 1950


Box 1 Baruch, Bernard M. To N.M. Butler, 10 Jan 1925 18 Nov. 1938 (2 t.l.s.), 10 Jan 1925, 18 Nov. 1938


Box 1 Benes, Eduard. To N.M. Butler, 4 April 1922


Box 1 Bernhard, Prince of the Netherlands. To Joseph E. Johnson, 5 June 1952


Box 1 Bryan, William Jennings. To Henry S. Haskell, 2 April 1925


Buck, Pearl S.

Available on microfilm (#91-2094-2). Originals not available for consultation.


Box 1 To Maurice Sherman, 25 April 1944


Box 1 To N.M. Butler, 25 April 1944


Box 1 To George A. Finch, 25 April 1944


Box 1 To Malcolm Davis, 1944-1948 (8 t.l.s.), 1944-1948


Box 1 To E.B. Sayre, 23 April 1945 9 July 1945 (2 t.l.s.), 23 April 1945, 9 July 1945


Box 1 To Alger Hiss, 9 May 1947 23 May 1947 (2 t.l.s.), 9 May 1947, 23 May 1947


Byrd, Richard E.


Box 1 To N.M. Butler, 22 Dec 1936


Box 1 To Henry S. Haskell, Dec 1936 May 1937 (3 t.l.s.), Dec 1936, May 1937


Box 1 Cantor, Eddie. To N.M. Butler, 13 Jan 1936


Box 1 Curie, Marie. To D'Estournelles de Constant, 10 Jan 1924


Box 1 Damrosch, Walter. To N.M. Butler, 2 Dec. 1937


Dulles, John Foster


Box 1 To Joseph E. Johnson, 20 Sept 1950 5 July 1951 (2 t.l.s. with related material), 20 Sept 1950, 5 July 1951


Eden, Anthony.


Box 1 To N.M. Butler, 27 August 1934 27 Nov 1945, 27 August 1934, 27 Nov 1945


Box 1 To Henry Haskell, 30 May 1938


Box 1 Einstein, Albert, 5 March 1947 29 Nov. 1947, 5 March 1947, 29 Nov. 1947


Box 1 Eisenhower, Dwight D. To Elwood M. Thompson, 22 June 1948


Box 1 Eisenhower, Milton S. To Howard Wilson, 26 March1951


Box 1 Ellis, Havelock, 3, April 1922


Box 1 Freud, Sigmund. Contract for "The Psycho-Analytic Problem of the War", 10 Oct. 1921


Galsworthy, John.


Box 1 To Henry S. Haskell, 23 Feb 1919


Box 1 22 May 1919


Garland, Hamlin


Box 1 To N.M. Butler, 10 Jan, 22 Jan, 20, July 1919 (2 t.l.s., 1 a.l.s.), 10 Jan, 22 Jan, 20, July 1919


Box 1 To William Sloane, 4 Oct 1921


Box 1 Herter, Christian A. To Jospeh E. Johnson, 20 Feb 1952


Hoover, Herbert


Box 1 9 Dec 1925


Box 1 To N.M. Butler, 1925 1939 (2 t.l.s.), 1925, 1939


Box 1 To James B. Scott, 10 July 1926


Box 1 To James T. Sotwell, 19 Aug. 1950


Box 1 To Jospeh E. Johnson, 14 Sept 1950


Box 1 Howells, William Dean. To N.M. Butler, Feb. 1919 (2 a.l.s.), Feb. 1919


Box 1 Hughes, Charles Evans. To Henry S. Haskell, 12 Aug. 1929


Box 1 Jesperson, Otto. To Henry S. Haskell, 6 September 1916


Box 1 Kennan, George. To Jospeh E. Johnson, 15 Jan 1952


Box 1 LaGuardia, Fiorello H, 15 Dec 1932


Leacock, Stephen


Box 1 To N.M. Butler, Jan-Feb 1919 (1 t.l.s., 2 a.l.s.), Jan-Feb 1919


Box 1 To Henry S. Haskell, 13 Feb 1919


Box 1 Lie, Trygve Halvdan. To Howard E. Wilson, 2 March1949


Box 1 Lloyd George, David. To Henry S. Haskell, 29 Oct 1938


Box 1 MacDonald, James Ramsay. To N.M. Butler, Nov 1911 June and Nov 1925 (3 t.l.s.), Nov 1911, June and Nov 1925


Box 1 MacLeish, Archibald. To N.M. Butler, Feb and May 1942 (2 t.l.s.), Feb and May 1942


Box 1 Mann, Thomas, 30 Nov 1925


Masaryk, Jan


Box 1 To Henry S. Haskell, 1 Feb. 1939


Box 1 To N.M. Butler, 16 May 1939


Box 1 Masters, Edgar Lee. To N.M. Butler, Jan-March 1919 (4 t.l.s.)


Box 1 Matthews, Brander. To Henry S. Haskell, May 1919 (2 a.l.s.), May 1919


Box 1 Murray, Gilbert. To Joseph E. Johnson, 1 Nov 1950


Box 1 Myrdal, Gunnar. To Joseph E. Johnson, 4 July 1951


Box 1 Nkrumah, Kwame. To Joseph E. Johnson, 30 Jan 1952


Box 1 Noyes, Alfred. To N.M. Butler, Jan-Feb. 1919 (t.l.s., a.l.s.), Jan-Feb. 1919


Box 1 Orlando, Vittorio Emanuele. To N.M. Butler, 25 July 1938


Box 1 Pearson, Lester B. To James Shotwell, 20 Oct 1952


Box 1 Pershing, John J. To N.M. Butler, 15 June 1938


Box 1 Pound, Ezra. To Henry S. Haskell, 7 Dec 1932

Letter must be consulted on microfilm (#81-6019).


Box 1 Rickover, Hyman, 15 Feb 1931


Box 1 Rockefeller, John D. III. To Malcolm Davis, 12 Nov 1946


Box 1 Rockefeller, Nelson. To Malcolm Davis, 2 Feb 1942


Box 1 Roosevelt, Eleanor. To Joseph E. Johnson, July 1950 July 1951 Dec 1951 (3 t.l.s.), July 1950, July 1951, Dec 1951


Box 1 Roosevelt, Franklin D. To N.M. Butler, 5 Feb. 1929 2 Feb. 1930 (2 t.l.s.), 5 Feb. 1929, 2 Feb. 1930


Box 1 Rusk, Dean. To Joseph E. Johnson, 1950-1951 (2 t.l.s., 1 a.l.s.), 1950-1951


Box 1 Spaak, Paul Henri. To Howard E. Wilson, 11 Jan. 1949


Box 1 Stanton, Theodore, 20 March 1921


Stevenson, Adlai E.


Box 1 To Malcom Davis, 9 May 1945


Box 1 To Alger Hiss, April -Oct 1947 (4 t.l.s.), April -Oct 1947


Box 1 To Elwood Thompson, 18 March1948


Stout, Rex


Box 1 To James Shotwell, 4 June 1943


Box 1 To Malcom Davis, 11 Nov 1946


Taft, William Howard


Box 1 To Henry S. Haskell, 3 April 1918


Box 1 To CEIP, 14, June 1920


Toynebee, Arnold J.


Box 1 2 Nov 1936


Box 1 To Henry S. Haskell, 10 Oct 1942


Box 1 Truman, Harry S. To Joseph E. Johnson and James T. Shotwell, 30, June 1950


Wister, Owen


Box 1 To N.M. Butler, 23 Jan 1919 25 Jan 1922 8 Feb 1922 (3 t.l.s.), 1919, 1922, 1922


Box 1 To William M. Sloane, 20 March 1922


Subsubseries I.A.2. General correspondence, 1910-1952

(108 vols, 4 boxes)

Correspondence through 1936 is indexed unless otherwise noted. (Indices are available in RBML. Electronic versions of the indices are in preparation.)



Volume 402 1910-1911



Volume 403 1910-1911



Volume 404 1910-1911



Volume 405 1910-1911



Volume 406 1910-1911



Volume 407 1910-1911



Volume 408 1912



Volume 409 (missing and not indexed) 1912



Volume 410 (missing) 1913



Volume 411 (missing) 1913



Volume 412 1913



Volume 413 1914



Volume 414 1914



Volume 415 1914



Volume 416 1915



Volume 417 1915



Volume 418 missing 1915



Volume 419 1916



Volume 420 1916



Volume 421 1917



Volume 422 1917



Volume 423 1917



Volume 424 1917



Volume 425 1918



Volume 426 1918



Volume 427 1918



Volume 428 1918



Volume 429 1918



Volume 430 1919



Volume 431 1919



Volume 432 1919



Volume 433 1919



Volume 434 1920



Volume 435 1920



Volume 436 1920



Volume 437 1921



Volume 438 1921



Volume 439 1921



Volume 440 1922



Volume 441 1922



Volume 442 1922



Volume 443 1923



Volume 444 1923



Volume 445 1923



Volume 446 1923



Volume 447 1924



Volume 448 1924



Volume 449 1924



Volume 450 1924



Volume 451 1925



Volume 452 1925



Volume 453 1925



Volume 454 1925



Volume 455 1926



Volume 456 1926



Volume 457 1926



Volume 458 1926



Volume 459 1926



Volume 460 1927



Volume 461 1927



Volume 462 1927



Volume 463 1927



Volume 464 1927



Volume 465 1928



Volume 466 1928



Volume 467 1928



Volume 468 1928



Volume 469 1929



Volume 470 1929



Volume 471 1929



Volume 472 1929



Volume 473 1930



Volume 474 1930



Volume 475 1930



Volume 476 1930



Volume 477 1930



Volume 478 1931



Volume 479 1931



Volume 480 1931



Volume 481 1931



Volume 482 1931



Volume 483 1932



Volume 484 1932



Volume 485 1932



Volume 486 1932



Volume 487 1932



Volume 488 1932



Volume 489 1933



Volume 490 missing 1933



Volume 491 1933



Volume 492 1933



Volume 493 1933



Volume 494 1933



Volume 495 1934



Volume 496 1934



Volume 497 1934



Volume 498 1934



Volume 499 1934



Volume 500 1934



Volume 501 1935



Volume 502 1935



Volume 503 1935



Volume 504 1935



Volume 505 1935



Volume 506 1936



Volume 507 1936



Volume 508 1936



Volume 509 1936



Box 2 1951-1952


Box 2 Canadian Institute of International Affairs, 1951


Box 2 Clough, Ernest, 1952



Box 3 Columbia University:


Box 3 1952


Box 3 Seminar on Peace, 1952


Box 3 Committee to Study the Organization of Peace, 1952


Box 3 Committee on Membership, 1952


Council on Foreign Relatons:


Box 3 1952


Box 3 Angol-American Study Group, 1952


Box 3 Davis, Malcom, 1952 (See also I.H.6 and III.C.2.c.), 1952


Box 3 Denver, University of-Social Science Foundation, 1952


Box 3 DeRusset, Alan, 1952


Box 3 Ford Foundation, 1950-1952


Box 3 German Society for Studies in World Affairs (Gessellschaft fur Auslandskunde), 1952



Box 4 Institute of Pacific Relations, American, 1952


Box 4 Institute of World Affairs (New York City and the University of Utah), 1949-1950


Box 4 Mundt Bill, 1947-1948


Box 4 National Commttee for a Free Europe, 1951


Box 4 National Conference of Christians and Jews, 1952


Box 4 State Department (U.S.)-National Conference on U.S. Foreign Policy, 1951


Box 4 Study Groups, 1952


Box 4 Trochet, Lucien-Building and Trades Union, Geneva, 1952


Box 4 United Nations-General Assembly, 1951


Box 4 United Nations Association, 1944


Box 4 United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)


Box 4 1948-1952


Box 4 International Seminar on Teaching of History, 1950-1951


Box 4 VIP Letters



Box 5 World Federation of UN Associations, 1948-1951


Box 5 Unsolicited Letters, 1915-1919 1934-1925 1930-1948, 1915-1919, 1934-1925, 1930-1948


Sub-subseries I.A.3: Minor (day-to-day) correspondence, 1911-1930

(25 volumes)

The volumes in this subseries are indexed. (Indices are available in RBML. Electronic versions of the indices are in preparation.)



Volume 512 1910-1911



Volume 513 1912



Volume 514 1913



Volume 515 1913



Volume 516 1914



Volume 517 1915



Volume 518 1915



Volume 519 1916



Volume 520 1916



Volume 521 1917



Volume 522 1917



Volume 523 1917



Volume 524 1918



Volume 525 1919



Volume 526 1920



Volume 527 1921



Volume 528 1922



Volume 529 1922



Volume 530 1923



Volume 531 1923



Volume 532 1924



Volume 533 1925



Volume 534 1927



Volume 535 1928-1930



Volume 536 1928-1930


Sub-subseries I.A.4: Individual Files, 1922-1948

(3 boxes)



Box 6 William Warner Bishop (Librarian, University of Michigan), 1922-1938


1922-1923 1926-1927 1929-1933, 1922-1923, 1926-1927, 1929-1933



Box 7 1934-1938


Box 7 Louise W. Carnegie, 1924-1943


Box 7 William Miller Collier (Ambassador to Chile from United States), 1926-1930


Box 7 Lewis Einstein, 1927


Manley O. Hudson (Professor of Law, Harvard University; Justice, International Court )


Box 7 1915-1932



Box 8 1933-1945


Box 8 Edwin Mead, 1931


Sub-subseries I.A 5: Crank Letter File, 1935-1949


Box 8 This file, in chronological order, is a sample of "crank" letters.


Sub-subseries I.A 6: Opinion Survey of, 1925


Box 8 In 1925 the Endowment sent out form letters to important individuals all soliciting comments on the Endowment's work and recommendations for future fields of endeavor. This file (in chronological order by month of reply) contains the replies to the letter., 1925


Box 8 May -June



Box 9 July -December


Sub-subseries I.A 7: Requests, 1923-1949

(1 box) This subseries comprises a sample of requests for information and for literature that were received by the Endowment.


Box 9 For information, 1923-1947


Box 9 For literature and speakers, 1925-1949


Subseries I.B: Annual report materials, 1931-1949

(3 boxes)

Each year the Endowment published a Yearbook containing the reports of the various divisions and financial statements for the previous year. These yearbooks were distributed gratis to the Endowment's designated depository libraries and to qualified individuals who requested copies from the Endowment.

This subseries consists mostly of typescript versions of the reports that were included in the annuals. Most of these reports were submitted by the three divisions of the Endowment, the secretary's office, the treasurer, the investment committee, and the executive and finance committees of the Board of Trustees. The files for some years also include various special reports on particular projects or activities in which the Endowment was engaged; minutes from board and executive committee meetings; the Endowment's reports to the Carnegie Corporation, which supported the Endowment financially; and photographs.


Box 9 1931-1935 1937-1939, 1931-1935, 1937-1939



Box 10 1940-1947



Box 11 1948-1949


Subseries I.C: Board of Trustees, 1910-1943

(12 boxes)

This subseries contains correspondence regarding the activities and policies of the Board of Trustees and copies of the letters, reports, publications, memoranda, resolutions, meeting agendas, and proposals sent to the trustees by the Endowment.

The material covers various issues including upcoming meetings, the selection of new trustees, the status of particular initiatives, and the organization of the Endowment and its component parts. (For the Green Cover Reports received by the Trustees see Series I.N. Reports for Trustee Information.)Subseries I.C. is organized into the following subseries:1. General

2. Meetings

3. Executive committee

4. Trustee files


Sub-subseries I.C.1: General, 1913-1948


Box 11 1913 1915 1925-1929 1935-1942, 1913, 1915, 1925-1929, 1935-1942



Box 12 1943-1948


Sub-subseries I.C.2: Meetings-Verbatim transcripts, 1910-1943


Box 12 1920-1912



Box 13 1913-1919



Box 14 1920-1930

On microfilm: #2002-1007 (1920-1926) and #2002-1008 (1927-1930)



Box 15 1931-1945 1931-1939, 1931-1945

on microfilm: #2002-1008 (1931-Dec 1932) and #2002-1009 (Dec 1932-1939)



Box 16 1946-1947


Sub-subseries I.C.3: Executive Committee, 1911-1948

The Executive Committee determined the manner in which the books and accounts of the corporation were kept and examined the accounts and vouchers of the Treasurer for moneys either received or paid out by him. This Committee submitted a written report to the Board of Trustees at each meeting of that Board and submitted an annual report at the annual meeting of the Corporation. (Source: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace: Summary of Organization and Work. Washington DC: CEIP, 1941 pp12)


Box 16 Minutes, 1911 1927-1930 1935 1937-1940 1942-1948, 1911, 1927-1930, 1935, 1937-1940, 1942-1948



Box 17 Correspondence, 1925 1935-1948, 1925, 1935-1948


Sub-subseries I.C.4: Trustee files, 1912-1948


Box 17 Alexander, Wallace Mck., 1936 1938 1939, 1936, 1938

Correspondence concerns: Institute of International Relations, Dr. Chitoshi Yanaga exchange of materials, Institute of Pacific Relations, nomination of trustees.


Box 17 Ballantine, Arthur A., 1936 1937 1938 1939 1941 1946 1947, 1936, 1937, 1938, 1939, 1941, 1946, 1947

Correspondence concerns: election to board, republican party platform, exchange of materials, Greater N.Y. Federation of Churches, Green Cover reports, Francis White.


Box 17 Bancroft, Edgar A., 1924

Correspondence concerns: University of Louvain, exchange of materials.


Barrows, David P.

Correspondence concerns: exchange of materials, election, Seventh Annual Scientific Congress, visit to Germany, Institute of International Relations, nominations.


Box 17 1929-1933



Box 18 1935-1941


Box 18 Bell, James. F, 1939 1942, 1939, 1942


Box 18 Brookings, Robert S., 1925 1926, 1925

Correspondence concerns: economic conditions, National Conference on International Problems and Relations, nominations, newspaper articles.


Box 18 Bullitt, William Marshall, 1934 1936, 1934, 1936

Correspondence concerns: Republican party platform, nominations, American Library Association.


Box 18 Bundy, Harvey H., 1948


Box 18 Burke, Judge Thomas, 1925 1926, 1925, 1926


Box 18 Catlin, Daniel K.


Box 18 Chapin, William Wallace, 1939 1941 1944 1945 1948, 1939, 1941, 1944, 1945, 1948


Box 18 Cherrington, Ben M., 1942-1946

Correspondence concerns: William Haas, appointment to trustees, National Option Research Centers, Atomic Energy.


Box 18 Davis, John W., 1927 1929 1930 1931, 1927, 1929, 1930

Correspondence concerns: incorporation of trustees, Russian emigrants, Lord Craigmyle, illness.


Box 18 Davis, Norman H., 1931-1939

Correspondence concerns: election, Disarmament Conference, Foreign Policy Associations, exchange of materials.



Box 19 Delano, Frederic A., 1925-1943

Correspondence concerns: Pan-American Conference, American Civic Association, criticism of Endowment's policies.


Box 19 Dulles, John Foster, 1944-1947


Box 19 Evans, Lawton B., 1929-1933


Box 19 Fox, Austen G., 1927-1937


Box 19 Franks, Robert A., 1929


Box 19 Fraser, James Earle (Leon), 1938 1939 1942, 1938, 1939, 1942

Correspondence concerns: election to trustees, American Historical Association.


Box 19 Freeman, Douglas, 1937 1938, 1937, 1938


Box 19 Gaines, Francis Pendleton, 1933-1947


Box 19 Hamlin, Charles S., 1926-1935


Box 19 Harrison, Earle Grants, 1947 1948, 1947, 1948


Box 19 Heinz, Howard, 1926-1938


Box 19 Hill, David Jayne, 1926-1932


Holman, Alfred

Correspondence concerns: reports on various trips to Latin America and Europe, nominations, policy.


Box 19 1926



Box 20 1927-1929


Box 20 Houghton, Alanson B., 1932-1938


Box 20 Howard, William, 1929


Box 20 Jessup, Philip C., 1937-1946


Box 20 Lansing, Robert, 1922-1926


Box 20 Lowden, Frank O., 1932-1939


Box 20 Manning, Richard T., 1931


Box 20 Molyneaux, Peter, 1935-1945


Box 20 Montague, Andrew J., 1924-1935

Correspondence concerns: Paris trips, Interparliamentary Union, Chinese students.


Box 20 Morris, Roland S., 1931-1946

Correspondence concerns: League of Nations, peace movements, Americans of Japanese descent, death.


Box 20 Morrow Dwight W., 1925-1930


Box 20 Olds, Robert E., 1925-1930


Box 20 Parker, Edwin B., 1929


Box 20 Peters, William A., 1929



Box 21 Pritchett, Henry S., 1925-1939

Correspondence concerns: executive committee, China, nomination, monument for La Place (French mathematician), Egypt, finances, Butler's European tour, world court, Institute of International Education, request for resignation, acceptance, death.


Box 21 Reed, Philip D., 1948


Box 21 Rockefeller, David, 1948


Box 21 Root, Elihu, 1924-1939

Correspondence concerns: Japanese relations, nomination, Geneva trip, Alexander Hamilton's papers.


Box 21 Ryerson, Edward L., 1933-1944


Box 21 Schieffelin, William Jay, 1941-1944


Box 21 Sheffield, James R., 1925-1938


Sherman, Maurice


Box 21 1929-1933



Box 22 1935-1947


Box 22 Sibley, Harper, 1938-1948

Correspondence concerns: YMCA, Church World Service.


Box 22 Smiley, Albert Keith, 1912

In Memorium certificate.


Box 22 Smith, Jeremiah, 1932


Box 22 Strawn, Silas H., 1926-1946

Correspondence concerns: policy, nominations.)


Box 22 Taft, Robert A., 1935-1937

Correspondence concerns: elections policy, League of Women Voters.


Box 22 Wadsworth, Eliot, 1937-1948


Box 22 Wakefield, Lyman E., 1943

Correspondence concerns: election.


Box 22 Watson, Thomas J., 1935-1948

Correspondence concerns; International Chamber of Commerce, European trip, South American trip, policy, nominations.


Box 22 Waymack, W. W., 1941-1948

Correspondence concerns: Economic Policy Committee, election, appointment to Atomic Energy Commission.


Box 22 Wriston, Henry M., 1943-1946


Subseries I.D: Depository Libraries, 1936-1949 (1 box), 1936-1949



Box 23 Most of the publications of the Endowment were sent to a carefully selected list of libraries geographically distributed throughout the world and several important centers of population and education. The Endowment hoped to supply the public with the results of its research and investigations through these libraries. In 1941 the depository list totaled 926 of which 446 were in the United States. (Source: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace: Summary of Organization and Work. Washington DC: CEIP, 1941 pp15-16.) This subseries includes correspondence, policy memoranda distributed to the libraries by the Endowment, and some printed material., 1941, 1941


Subseries I.E: Financial, 1910-1949

(11 boxes, 2 vols)

Subseries I.E. is organized into the following subseries:

1. Accounting and Finance

2. Staff

3. Grants


Sub-subseries I.E.1: Accounting and Finance, 1920-1949

(This subseries includes correspondence and documents. The correspondence regards audits, ledger accounts, receipts and disbursements, general business matters, salaries, honoraria, appropriations, and allotments.

The documents include summaries of receipts and disbursements, balance statements and summaries, resolutions of the finance committee, auditor's reports, treasurer's reports, finance committee meeting agenda, finance committee meeting minutes, and schedules of securities.


Box 23 Correspondence:


Box 23 1920 1923, 1920, 1923



Box 24 1924-1937



Box 25 1939-1943



Box 26 1944-1947


Box 26 Documents:


Box 26 1936-1946



Box 27 1947-1949


Sub-subseries I.E.2: Staff, 1910-1911 1926-1947, 1910-1911, 1926-1947

This subseries contains material relating to applications for employment, retirement, salaries, notices of resignation, letters of recommendation, staff policies, sick benefits, compensation, War Labor Board, and other matters dealing with the staff in general.

See also III.B. Topical Volumes (volumes 97-98).


Volume Title: Applications for Positions:



Box 353 Volume 1: From organization -, December 31, 1911



Box 354 Volume 2: From organization -, December 31, 1911



Box 27 Applications for employment:


Box 27 1910-1911


Box 27 1926--1947



Box 28 Individual Staff:


Box 28 Ursula Hubbard (Duffus), 1932 1938-1943, 1932, 1938-1943


Box 28 Mary Winn, 1937


Box 28 General, 1911-1949


Box 28 Payroll Sheets and Vouchers, August 2, 1912 -- December 31, 1913, August 2, 1912, December 31, 1913


Sub-subseries I.E.3. Grants, 1915-1949

In its first years of operation, the Endowment made grants (often referred to as subventions) in support of institutions and initiatives working for peace. Soon after World War I, the Trustees decided to devote all of the Endowment's resources to undertakings that they would initiate. An inevitable result of this decision was the gradual reduction and eventual termination of grants to other organizations.

This is a sampling file in chronological order covering the years 1912-1949. The file comprises requests for grants from various organizations and individuals and the Endowment's answers to these requests. Most of the requests made were not supported. The records documenting the Endowment's support of certain organizations can be found in Series VI. Organizations and Series VII. Projects. Other requests for support are filed in Series III.B. Topical volumes (volumes 99-119).



Box 29 1915-1926 May, 1915-1926



Box 30 1926 June -1930 Feb, 1926



Box 31 1930 March-1931, 1930



Box 32 1932-1939



Box 33 1940-1949



Box 34 Published literature from applying organizations


Subseries I,F: Incorporation of CEIP, 1928-1930

It was decided by the trustees of the Endowment that it was propitious to secure a legal incorporation of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in order to give the trust stability, permanence, and well-established forms of legal supervision. The Incorporation became law on February20, 1929.

After the passage of this bill several trustees felt the need for the passage of a short supplementary act to cover the point that the stipulations of Mr. Carnegie in his original letter of gift to the unincorporated trustees should not in anyway be subject to alteration by reason of the charter powers of the incorporated. This bill became law on February4, 1930. (Source: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace: Summary of Organization and Work. Washington DC: CEIP, 1941.)

This subseries includes correspondence between the law office of Worcester Williams & Saxe, and Butler concerning the progress of the construction of the bill for incorporation, letters to and from Butler concerning the progress of the bill in the New York Legislature, correspondence between trustees concerning the creation of a new act to specify the transference of Carnegie's funds to the new corporation, copies of both the bill of 1929 and the bill of 1930 and copies of the minutes of the trustee meeting on February10, 1930.


Box 34 Two folders


Subseries I.G: Library of CEIP, 1925-1950

(2 boxes)

The General Library of the Endowment was maintained as part of the Washington office under the supervision of the Secretary. It contained 64,000 volumes. An annual appropriation was made for accessions. The Library was catalogued according to the Library of Congress system. Its major subjects were the peace movement, international law and policy, international, American and European history and diplomacy, and political science.

A chronicle of International events was composed daily from newspaper, periodicals, and other documents. This chronicle was a ready source of information concerning any event of importance happening anywhere bearing on international relations. Bibliographies on subjects of current interest in the field of international relations were compiled in the Library and supplied to regular mailing lists. Bibliographic and other information was also supplied by mail and the telephone. The Library was open for free use by properly interested persons. Inter-Library loans with the Library of Congress and other important libraries were arranged. Permanent reading permits were issued to regular patrons. (Source: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace: Summary of Organization and Work. Washington DC: CEIP, 1941 p17.)

This subseries contains correspondence regarding donations and acceptances of books, book orders, personnel, bibliographical information, biographical information, library policy, publications of the Endowment, the UN, and the League of Nations, the Slip Orientation program; it also includes reports, articles, charts, and clippings. (For materials from the library see Series VIII. CEIP Library.)


Box 34 1924-1946



Box 35 1947-1950 undated, 1947-1950, undated


Subseries I.H: Officer files and correspondence, 1908-1951

(28 boxes)

Subseries I.H. is organized into the following subseries:

1. Nicholas Murray Butler

2. James T. Shotwell

3. Charles Alger Hiss

4. George Finch

5. Henry Haskell

6. Malcolm Davis

7. Melvin Fox

8. James Brown Scott

9. Joseph E. Johnson

10. E.N. Thompson

11. Howard E. Wilson

12. Anne Winslow


Sub-subseries I.H.1: Nicholas Murray Butler, 1908-1949 (7 boxes), 1908-1949


Box 35 Correspondence:


Box 35 1908-1925 1929-1930, 1908-1925, 1929-1930



Box 36 1931-1949


Box 36 Boyle, Sir Edward, 1942


Box 36 Bustamente, Antonio, 1947


Box 36 Capper, Arthur, 1929


Box 36 Carnegie Corporation grant, 1938


Box 36 Chamberlain, Joseph (Kellogg-Briand Pact), 1929


Box 36 Davies (Lord), 1938


Box 36 de Wendel, Maurice, 1934


Box 36 European matters, 1930 1939-1940 1946, 1930, 1939-1940, 1946


Box 36 European trips, 1926-1931


Box 36 Gaiger, Philippe, 1931-1932



Box 37 Kellogg, Frank, 1926-1929


Box 37 Military training, 1917


Box 37 Queensborough (Lord), 1932 1935 1942, 1932, 1935, 1942


Box 37 Roosevelt, Franklin D., 1944


Box 37 Sadler, W.F., 1932


Box 37 Sakatani, Y. (Baron), 1926 1931-1933, 1926, 1931-1933


Box 37 Sarfatti, Margherita, 1937-1946


Box 37 Sutherland, Millicent (Lady), 1941-1942


Box 37 Unwin, T. Fisher, 1925


Box 37 Visit with Pope, 1917 1927-1931, 1917, 1927-1931


Box 37 Wilberforce, Robert, 1926


Box 37 World government contest, 1936


Interoffice Memoranda:


Box 37 1933



Box 38 1940-1941



Box 39 1942-1945



Box 40 1946-1947


Secretary's notes of Conferences with Butler, 1912-1922 1939-1946, 1912-1922, 1939-1946


Box 40 1912-1917



Box 41 1918-1922 1939 Jan-July, 1918-1922, 1939



Box 42 1939 Sept-1946, 1939


Sub-subseries I.H.2: James T. Shotwell, 1922-1951

(5 boxes)

This subseries contains correspondence, memoranda, speeches, articles, proposals, contracts, and Shotwell's diary for 1929. The material documents Shotwell's activities as an officer of the Endowment, but also reflect his engagement with other organizations and initiatives. (Material documenting Shotwell's work for the Endowment can be found throughout the Endowment's records, especially Series II. Division of Economics and History, and in two other collections held by the Rare Book and Manuscript Library: CEIP, Centre Européen Records and the James Shotwell Papers.)



Box 43 1922-1948



Box 44 1949 A-S, 1949



Box 45 1949 T-Z, 1949


Box 45 1950-1951


Box 45 American Fund for Czechoslovakian Refugees, 1949-1950



Box 46 Butler, Nicholas Murray, 1925-1939 1941 1944-1945 1948, 1925-1939, 1941, 1944-1945, 1948


Haskell, Henry:


Box 46 1923 1927-1933, 1923, 1927-1933



Box 47 1935-1940 1944, 1935-1940, 1944


Box 47 Quetico-Superior International Peace Memorial Forest, 1945-1949


Box 47 Reports, Articles, Speeches, Proposals, Memoranda, 1931-1935 1938 undated, 1931-1935, 1938, undated


Sub-subseries I.H.3: Charles Alger Hiss, 1946-1949

(7 boxes)

Hiss's files include correspondence with various individuals and organizations, including the Twentieth Century Fund, American Friends Service Committee, Current Bibliography, Foreign Policy Association, Carnegie Corporation, Woodrow Wilson Foundation, The United States State Department, and Council on Foreign Relations. The correspondence deals mainly with United States government policy, the United Nations, and requests for grants. The files also contain press releases, invitations, and clippings.


Box 47 1946-1947 March, 1946-1947



Box 48 1947 April -October, 1947



Box 49 1947 Nov-Dec, 1947


1948


Box 49 A-C



Box 50 D-S



Box 51 T-Z


Box 51 1949


Box 51 American Association for the United Nations, 1948


Box 51 American Friends Service Committee, 1948


Box 51 Bloomfield, Daniel, 1947


Box 51 Bullitt, William Marshall, 1947


Box 51 Bunche, Ralph, 1947


Box 51 Butler, Nicholas Murray, 1946-1947


Box 51 Carter, Edward C., 1947 1949 (re Hiss trial), 1947, 1949


Box 51 Cherrington, Ben, 1947



Box 52 Committee for the Marshall Plan, 1948


Box 52 Citizens' Committee for Reciprocal World Trade, 1948


Box 52 Council on Foreign Relations, 1948


Box 52 Dennett, Raymond, 1947


Box 52 Dulles, John Foster, 1947


Box 52 Fox, Melvin, 1947-1949


Box 52 Herring, Pendleton, 1947


Box 52 Ives sub-Committee on Relations with International Organizations, 1948


Box 52 Johns Hopkins 71st Commemoration Day, 1947


Box 52 Monroe, Parker, 1947


Box 52 Pasvolsky, Leo, 1947


Box 52 Rogers, Alla H., 1948


Box 52 Shotwell. James T., 1947



Box 53 Staley, Eugene, 1946-1948


Box 53 State Department, 1948


Box 53 Stevenson, Adlai, 1947


Box 53 Thompson, E.N., 1948


Box 53 Tranoy, Erik, 1948


Box 53 United Nations, 1948


Box 53 United Nations Budget Study, 1947-1948


Box 53 Wadsworth, Eliot, 1947


Box 53 Waymack, W., 1947

re Atomic Energy Committee, National Farm Institute


Box 53 Wilson, H.E., 1948


Box 53 Winslow, Anne, 1948


Sub-subseries I.H.4: George Finch, 1923-1947

(3 boxes)



Box 54 Inter-Office Correspondence


Box 54 1923-1938



Box 55 1939-1947


Box 55 Bonnet, Henri, 1943


Box 55 Clark, Grover, 1936


Box 55 Cohen, Benjamin, 1945


Box 55 Darter, Oscar, 1946


Box 55 Dennis, William, 1946


Box 55 Dixon, Gertrude, 1943


Box 55 Dolan, Eleanor, 1947


Box 55 Eagleton, Clyde, 1945


Box 55 Endowment accomplishments, 1945


Box 55 Fahs, Charles, 1940


Box 55 Fox, Arthur, 1947


Box 55 Lemkin, Raphael, 1947


Box 55 Lockwood, William, 1941



Box 56 McMillan, Anne, 1947


Box 56 McNair, Arnold, 1946-1947


Box 56 Morris, George, 1947


Box 56 Pan-American Conference, 1942


Box 56 Proffit, Charles G., 1939


Box 56 Ranshofen-Wertheimer, Egon, 1945


Box 56 Ransom, William, 1947


Box 56 San Francisco Conference, 1945


Box 56 Suarez, Francisco. Fourth centenary of his birth, 1948


Box 56 United Nations Council of Philadelphia, 1947


Box 56 World Court, 1946


Box 56 Yale Anglo-American Project, 1943


Sub-subseries I.H.5: Henry S. Haskell, 1917-1944

(1 box)


Box 56 1915 1917 1925 1930-1933 1936-1943, 1915, 1917, 1925, 1930-1933, 1936-1943


Box 56 Interoffice correspondence, 1933 1936 1938, 1933, 1936, 1938


Box 56 American Peace Award, 1934


Box 56 Current History, 1939


Box 56 Boussarie, F., 1936


Box 56 Close, Upton, 1935


Box 56 European trips, 1927 1929, 1927, 1929


Box 56 Giretti, Edoardo, 1931


Box 56 Hancock, Russell, 1944


Box 56 Hartley, Livingston, 1938


Box 56 Meyer, leland, 1932


Box 56 Nippold, Otfried, 1931


Box 56 OMarchevsky, Stoyan, 1932


Box 56 Sherman, Cynthia, 1933


Box 56 Vanamee, Grace, 1923


Sub-subseries I.H.6: Malcolm W. Davis, 1922-1951

(5 folders)

These files include personal notes, speeches, manuscripts, and inter-office correspondence concerning the United Nations, Paris Office, Geneva Research Center, and Endowment policy

See also Series III.C. European Centre


Box 56 1922 1932-1935 1941-1943 1946 1948 1949, 1922, 1932-1935, 1941-1943, 1946, 1948, 1949



Box 57 1950-1951


Box 57 Wilson, Howard, 1945-1950


Sub-subseries I.H.7: Phillip Jessup, 1931-1947

(3 boxes)


Box 57 1925-1926 1933-1942, 1925-1926, 1933-1942



Box 58 1943-1947


Box 58 Clippings


Box 58 Cooperation with the government, 1941-1943


Box 58 Finch, George, 1942-1943


Box 58 Foreign investments, 1940-1942


International Law


Box 58 1939-1940 Sept, 1939-1940



Box 59 1940 Oct-1946, 1940


Box 59 Legal problems in post-war planning, 1942


Box 59 Hunt Report, 1942-1943


Box 59 National Planning Association, 1931 1942 undated, 1931, 1942, undated


Box 59 National World Court Committee, 1931-1932


Sub-subseries I.H.8: Melvin Fox, 1947-1949



Box 60 1 folder


Sub-subseries I.H.9: James Brown Scott, 1923-1940

(11 folders)

These files inlcude correspondence regarding the Divisions of Economics and History and International Law and publications, as well as inter-office memoranda, manuscripts of speeches and addresses, and booklets.


Box 60 1923-1931



Box 61 1932-1940 1943, 1932-1940, 1943


Sub-subseries I.H.10. Joseph E. Johnson, 1950-1951


Box 61 1 folder


Sub-subseries I.H.11. E.N. Thompson, 1948-1949


Box 61 1 folder


Sub-subseries I.H.12. Howard E. Wilson, 1947-1951

(14 folders)


Box 61 1947-1948



Box 62 1949-1951


Box 62 Council on Student Travel, 1949-1951


Box 62 Great Debate, open letter on the, 1951


Box 62 Memorandum Letters, 1948



Box 63 National Conference of Christians and Jews, 1950-1951


Box 63 National Education Association, 1950-1951


Box 63 Report on trip to Scandanavia, 1950


Box 63 Syracuse University: UNESCO Conference (April 1950)


Box 63 Webster, John R., 1948-1949


Sub-subseries I.H.13. Anne Winslow, 1948-1951


Box 63 2 folders


Subseries I.I: Other Carnegie Organizations

(6 boxes)

Subseires I.I. is organized into the following subseries:

1. Carnegie Corporation of New York

2. Carnegie Dunfermline Trust

3. Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching

4. Carnegie Hero Fund Commission

5. Carnegie United Kingdom Trust


Sub-subseries I.I.1: Carnegie Corporation of New York, 1920-1941

The Carnegie Corporation of New York was established by Andrew Carnegie in 1911. According to its charter, the Corporation was established "for the purpose of receiving and maintaining a fund or funds and applying the income thereof to promote the advancement and diffusion of knowledge and understanding among the people of the United States, by aiding technical schools, institutions of higher learning, libraries, scientific research, hero funds, useful publications, and by such other agencies and means as shall from time to time be found appropriate therefore." The first two president's of the Endowment, Root and Butler, were long-time Trustees of the Corporation and the Endowment received many grants from the Corporation especially in its early years. (For more about the relationship between the two organizations see Review of Grants to CEIP by Robert M. Lester. NY: CCNY, 1933.)

The correspondence in this subseries addresses the restoration of the Imperial University Library in Japan, the Pacific Institute, the publication of Chapman's book about Cuba, committee meetings, the Institute of International Law, the international conciliation document, the situation in the Balkans, scholarships, aid to Greece, World Conference on Work for the Blind, The American Farm School, Andrew Carnegie Centenary Celebration, and trustee election.


Box 63 1920-1927



Box 64 1929-1938



Box 65 1939-1948


Box 65 CCNY Publications


Box 65 Executive Committee minutes, 1925 1926 1932, 1925, 1926, 1932


Box 65 Financial reports, 1928-1946



Box 66 Grant progress reports and analysis, 1933 1936 1942, 1933, 1936, 1942


Box 66 Grantee publications


Sub-subseries I.I 2: Carnegie Dunfermline Trust, 1945


Box 66 Annual report, 1945


Sub-subseries I.I 3: Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, 1925-1948

Andrew Carnegie founded he Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching in 1905 and dedicated the Foundation to "to do all things necessary to encourage, uphold and dignify the profession of teaching." Chartered by an act of Congress in 1906 the Foundation is a major national and international center for research and policy studies about teaching.

Nicholas Murray Butler was one of the founding Trustees of CFAT. The correspondence, reports, minutes, and printed material in in this suberies are a result of his work as a trustee and member of its executive and finance committees.


Box 66 1925-1934 1938, 1925-1934, 1938



Box 67 Executive Committee:


Box 67 Agendas, 1931 1933-1937 1941-1947, 1931, 1933-1937, 1941-1947


Box 67 Minutes, 1934-1937 1941 1945 1946, 1934-1937, 1941, 1945, 1946


Box 67 Finance Comittee minutes, 1932 1934-1936 1941 1946, 1932, 1934-1936, 1941, 1946



Box 68 Reports, memoranda, publications, 1922 1934-1946, 1922, 1934-1946


Sub-subseries I.I 4: Carnegie Hero Fund Commission, 1927 1929 1946, 1927, 1929, 1946


Box 68 Publications, 1927 1929 1946, 1927, 1929, 1946


Sub-subseries I.I 5: Carnegie United Kingdom Trust, 1945-1946


Box 68 Annual reports, 1945-1946


Subseries I.J: Physical Plant-Building and Grounds, 1924-1949

(1 box)


Box 68 The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace maintained a building at 700 Jackson Place in Washington, D.C., and two connected buildings at 405-407 West 117th Street in New York City. This subseries includes correspondence regarding offers of new building sites, tax exemption status of Washington building, proposed condemnation of Washington building, initial rental proceedings of the New York building, and building improvements.


Subseries I.K: Postwar and Peace plans, 1912-1943

(10 boxes)

Between the years of 1912 and 1939 a number of peace proposals were submitted to the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace by individuals and organizations for support by the Endowment. Many of these were submitted in the form of manuscripts for publication. Likewise, between the years 1940 and 1948 postwar plans were submitted, again for support by the Endowment. The manuscripts and printed material in this subseries include pamphlets, reports, poems, and music.


Box 68 Correspondence, 1912-1943


Box 68 1912-1927



Box 69 1929-1938



Box 70 1939-1943 June, 1939-1943



Box 71 1943 July -1948, 1943


Manuscripts and printed material:


Box 71 1914-1923



Box 72 1924-1930



Box 73 1931-1935



Box 74 1936-1939



Box 75 1940-1943



Box 76 1943-1945



Box 77 1945-1949


Box 77 Not dated



Box 78 Not dated


Subseries I.L: Publications

(15 boxes)

This subseries includes correspondence, manuscripts, outlines, proposals, comments and critiques, proofs, research materials, drafts, news releases, pamphlets, copyright notices, contracts, and reviews.

Subseries I.L is organized into the following subseries:

1. Works published by CEIP

2. Works not published by CEIP


Sub-subseries I.L.1: Works published by CEIP


Box 78 Alvarez, Alejandro-The Psychology of Peoples and the New International Order"


Box 78 Angel, Norman, 1934


Box 78 Ariga, Nagoa-translation of "La Guerre Russo-Japonaise", 1942


Box 78 Atwater, Elton-American Regulation of Arms Imports, 1942


Box 78 Azcarate, Pablo-The League of Nations and Minorities, and Experiment, 1943-1945


Box 78 Bach, Federico, 1941


Box 78 Basch, Antonin-Industrial Property in Europe, 1944


Box 78 Bassett, John D.-Problem of Peace, 1918-1919


Box 78 Behrendt, Richard-Inter-American Economic Relations: Problems and Prospects, 1946-1947


Box 78 Bell, Pierino-De re Militari et de bello (translated by H.C. Nutting), 1933


Box 78 Benedict, Murray R.-How Much Tariff Protection for Farm Products, 1945



Box 79 Bidwell, Percy-A Commercial Policy for the United Nations, 1944-1946


Box 79 Brebner, J. Bartlett-reprinting of "North American Triangle", 1936-1946


Brookings, Robert S., 1926-1927


Box 79 Industrial Ownership


Box 79 Trade Relations and Agriculture


Box 79 Buchanan, Norman S. Price Control in the Postwar Period, 1944


Box 79 Burkhardt, Richard-The Soviet Union in American Textbooks, 1945-1952


Box 79 Burnett, Philip -- Reparations, 1937


Box 79 Bustamente, Antonia-translation of "Manual de Derecho International Publico" by Sydney Gest, 1937 1942, 1937, 1942


Box 79 Bynkershock, Cornelius-De Foro Legatorum, 1928-1939


Canadian Historical Review, 1942


Box 79 Have the Americans a Common History?


Box 79 The Social Sciences in the Post-War World by Lower, A.


Box 79 Carnejo, M.-The Balance of the Continents, 1936


Box 79 Carskadon, Thomas R. Does the Wool Industry Need Protection?, 1947


Box 79 Carrié, Rene-Italy at the Peace Conference, 1937



Box 80 Central American Court of Justice, 1917


Box 80 Chapman, Charles-A Short History of the Cuban Republic, 1924 1927, 1924, 1927


Box 80 Coats, R.H.-The United States-Born in Canada, a Statistical Analysis., 1941-1943


Box 80 Colegrove, Kenneth-American Senate and World Peace, 1945


Box 80 Comager, H.S. and Nevins, Alan (see Nevins)


Condliffe, John, 1944-1945


Box 80 Exchange Stabilization


Box 80 Principles of Exchange Stabilization


Box 80 A Stabilization Fund of the United and Associated Nations


Box 80 The International Economic Outlook


Box 80 Gold and Monetary Problems


Box 80 Draft International Convention on the Treatment of Foreigners


Box 80 Cory, Albert B.-The Crises in Canadian American Relations, 1941


Box 80 Craigmyle, Baron-John Marshall in Diplomacy and Law, 1933


Box 80 Creighton, D.G.-The Commercial State, 1934


Box 80 Davis, Joseph S.-International Commodity Agreements: Hope, Illusion or Menace, 1947


Box 80 Deak, Francis with Philip Jessup-A Collection of Neutrality Laws, Regulations and Treaties of Various Countries, 1940-1944


Box 80 Deperon, Paul-International Couble Taxation, 1944-1947


Box 80 Dupriez, Louis-Monetary Reconstruction in Belgium, 1946-1947


Box 80 Egger, Rowland-The Organization of Peace at the Administrative Level, 1945



Box 81 Ellis, Ethan-The Farmer and Canadian-American Reciprocity-1911, 1939


Box 81 Ellsworth, Paul-Economic Relations With Britain


Box 81 Englis, Karel, 1946


Box 81 Eppstein, John-Catholic Principles in the Law of Nations, 1933-1937


Box 81 Foa, Bruno-Monetary Reconstruction in Italy, 1948


Box 81 Feilchenfeld, Ernst-The International Economic Law of Belligerent Occupation", 1942-1945


Finch, George A.


Box 81 The source of Modern International Law, 1937


Box 81 Conferences Internacionales Americanas Primo Suplimento, 1889-1936 1944-1945, 1889-1936, 1944-1945


Box 81 Fosdick, Raymond B.-The Old Savage in the New Civilization, 1930-1931


Box 81 Fradkin, Elvira Kush (Mrs. Henry L. Fradkin)-Menace in the Air, 1933


Box 81 Gentili, Alberico-Translation of Gentili's "De Jure Belli" by Rolfe, 1928-1936


Box 81 Gerschenkron, Alexander-Economic Relations with the USSR, 1945


Box 81 Geshkoff, Theodore-Balkan Union: Peace in the Near East, 1940


Box 81 Ghent, William-The Fur Trade of the Border and Its Bearing on the Relations of the Neighboring Peoples, 1937-1938


Box 81 Grotius, Hugo-Translations, 1909-1940



Box 82 Gulick, Robert L.-The Gain From Trade, 1946


Box 82 Hall, Duncan-The League Mandate System and the Problem of Dependencies


Hanke, Lewis, 1937-1946


Box 82 Handbook of Latin American Studies


Box 82 Cuepro de Documents del Siglo XVI Sobre los Derechos de Espana en las Indias y las Filipinas


Hill, Martin, 1943-1946


Box 82 Immunities and Priviledges of the Officials of the League of Nations


Box 82 Economic and Financial Organizations of the League of Nations: a Survey of Twenty-five Years of Experience


Box 82 Hudson, Manley O., 1931-1947


Box 82 International Legislation


Box 82 International Tribunals, Past and Future


Box 82 World Court Reports (Hudson as Editor)


Box 82 Hull, George-Perpetual Prosperity, 1933


Box 82 Innis, Harold A.-The Dairy Industry in Canada (Innis in cooperation with Drummond, English, Lattimer, Ruddick), 1935-1936



Box 83 International Organization and Administration-Definition and Use of Terms (compiled by Division of International Law CEIP), 1943


Box 83 Jacoby, E.H.-Agrarian Unrest in Southeast Asia, 1946-1947


Box 83 Jesness, O.B.-The Dairy Farmer and World Trade, 1946


Box 83 Jones, Stephen B.-Boundary Making, a Handbook for Statesmen, Treaty Editors and Boundary Commissioners, 1943-1946


Box 83 Kohler, Ludwig von-The Administration of the Occupied Territories, 1942


Box 83 Laing, Lionel and Norman MacKenzie-Canada and the Law of Nations: A Selection of Cases in International Law Affecting Canada, or Canadians, decided by Canadian Courts, but Certain of the higher courts in the United States and Great Britain and by International Tribunals"


Box 83 Larkin, John Day-Trade Agreements. A Study in Democratic Methods, 1940-1942


Box 83 Lemkin, Raphael-Axis Rule in Occupied Europe-Laws of Occupation, Analysis, of Government, Proposals for Redress, 1943-1947


Box 83 Leonard, Larry-International Regulation of Fisheries, 1942-1945


Box 83 Llano, Antonio-Translations from Spanish, 1936-1937


Box 83 Lourie, Samuel Anatole-German Measures in the Baltic States, 1942


Manning, William R., 1937-1944


Box 83 Diplomatic Correspondence of the United States


Box 83 The Independence of Latin American Nations


Box 83 Canadian Relations, 1781-1860


Box 83 MacKenzie, Norman and Laing, Lionel (See Laing.)


Masters, Ruth D. et al.-Handbook of International Organizations in the Americas, 1943-1946


Box 83 1944



Box 84 1946


Box 84 Miller, David Hunter-My Diary at the Conference of Paris, 1929-1931


Box 84 Moore, John Bassett-International Adjudications (periodical), 1937


Box 84 Nevins, Alan and Henry Steele Commager-Documents on American Plans for Peace, 1942-1943


Box 84 Nowell, Charles E.-Discovery and Conquest, 1941


Box 84 Olivan, J. Lopez-The Permanent Court of International Justice, 1941


Box 84 Pastuhov, Vladimir D.-International Conferences and Their Technique. A Guide to the Practice of International Conferences, 1943-1946


Box 84 Pierson, W.W.-A History of Venezuela, 1941


Box 84 Potter, Pitman B. Wal-Wal Manuscript, 1937


Pufendorf, Samuel, 1927-1933


Box 84 De Officio Hominis et Civis


Box 84 De Jure Natura et Gentium


Box 84 Radin, George-Economic Reconstruction in Yugoslavia, 1947


Box 84 Ranshofen-Wertheimer, Egon-The International Secretariat, 1945-1946



Box 85 Renborg, Bertil H.-International Drug Control, 1943-1948


Box 85 Ridgeway, George L.-Merchants of Peace, 1937-1938


Box 85 Risenfeld, Stefgutt-Protection of Coastal Fisheries Under International Law, 1941-1942


Box 85 Rist, Charles and Pierre Dieterlen-Monetary Reconstruction in France, 1948


Box 85 Ritchie, H.-The British System of Certifying Cargoes on Neutral Vessels During the War, 1937


Box 85 Roa, Jorge-Western Hemisphere Relations, 1930-1936


Box 85 Robin, Raymond-Des Occupations Militaires en Dehors Des Occupations de Guerre, 1942


Box 85 Roby, Ralph-The Monetary Problem, 1935-1936


Box 85 Rochac, Alfonso D.-La Deuda Publica de El Salvador, 1942-1945


Box 85 Salazar, Eduardo-Violencia agresion y guerra, 1943-1944


Box 85 Sanchez, George I.-Higher Education in Mexico, 1941


Box 85 Schwarz, Sandford-Federal Research in International Economics, 1940-1941


Box 85 Sereni, Angelo Piero-The Italian Conception of International Law, 1942-1944


Box 85 Shippee, Lester Burrell-Canadian-American Relations, 1849-1874 1934 1938, 1849-1874, 1934, 1938



Box 86 Shotwell, Jamea-The Great Decision, 1944-1947


Box 86 Southard, Frank-The Finances of European Liberation, 1945-1947


Box 86 Strakhovsky, Leonie I.-The Origin of American Intervention in North Russian, 1918 1937, 1918, 1937


Box 86 Streit, Clarence-Union Now, 1939


Box 86 Studies in World Trade and Employment (Committee on International Economic Policy), 1947


Box 86 Suarez, Francisco-Translations, 1920-1940


Box 86 Sumario de Organization y Trabajo (CEIP) (Spanish translation of "Summary of Organization and Work"), 1942


Box 86 Taylor, Amos E.-The Ten Per Cent Fallacy, 1945


Box 86 Viner, Jacob-Some Aspects of the Customs Union Question, 1943


Box 86 Wheaton, Henry-History of the Law of Nations, 1936-1948


Box 86 Whidden, Howard P.-Preferences and Discriminations in International Trade, 1944-1945


Box 86 Whitaker, Arthur P.-Inter-American Affairs, 1941-1944


Box 86 Wilgus, William J.-The Interrelations of the U.S. and Canada, 1936


Box 86 Wolff, Christian-Jus Gentium (Translated by Joseph H. Drake with an Introduction by Olfred Nippold), 1929-1935


Box 86 Young, Arthur N.-The Financial Reconstruction of China, 1945


Box 86 Zavala, Silvio-Spanish-American Colonial Institutions, 1942


Sub-subseries I.L.2: Works not published by CEIP

The files in this subseries contain CEIP requests for articles to be written; articles submitted to CEIP; requests to CEIP for support for the writing, research, or distribution of a book or article; contracts with authors of unpublished material; speeches requested by CEIP; and miscellaneous reports and manuscripts that were not necessarily meant for publication.



Box 87 Abt, Seymour-Railway Passenger Traffic Between US and Canada, 1949


Box 87 Akezin, Benjamin-Data on Military Government in Occupied Areas, 1942


Box 87 Andrews, John B.


Box 87 Angus, H.F., 1934 1936 1943, 1934, 1936, 1943


Box 87 Baja, Tiburcio C., 1942


Box 87 Barmine, Alexandre


Box 87 Bartlett, Alice C., 1942


Box 87 Bartlett, Ruth J.-The Record of American Diplomacy, 1948


Box 87 Barton, Robert-An Outlying Goose, 1941


Box 87 Beaubien, C.P., 1925


Box 87 Belmont, Eleanor Robson (Mrs. August Belmont) -Facing the Future, 1936


Box 87 Benham, F.G., 1939


Box 87 Bergman, Alfred-Report on European conditions, 1938


Box 87 Bernhard, Georg, 1933


Box 87 Bernstein, Felix, 1936


Box 87 Bieler, J.H., 1944


Box 87 Black, Marvin M.-translations into Spanish of the world's great literary pieces, 1947


Box 87 Blahut, Rudolf-Der Weltkrieg ein Wendepunkt in der Weltwirtschaftsgeschichte, 1932


Box 87 Bliss, Tasker, 1925


Box 87 Blum, Robert I.


Box 87 Boillot, Felix-Tu Viens en Angleterre and Tu Viens en France, 1936


Box 87 Borchard, Edwin M.-The memoirs of Judge Moore & State Insolvency and Foreign Bondhlders, 1943 1947, 1943, 1947


Box 87 Borger, Catherine-United States Organizations and the Commitment of the United States to the United Nations, 1946


Box 87 Brewer, William C.-Permanent Peace, 1941


Box 87 Breznik, Pavel-Der Dunkel Stern, 1938


Box 87 Brockhausen, Karl, 1932


Box 87 Brooks, Mabel Randolph-Shall we Educate our Children for Citizenship, 1947


Box 87 Brown, A.-Winning the Peace, 1941


Box 87 Brown, Calvin S.-Musical Opus in Poetry, 1936


Box 87 Bruce, Stewart E.-A practical basis for a permanent world peace, 1918


Box 87 Brzezicki, Mikolaj, 1938


Box 87 Bulteau, A. Letters to Nicholas Murray Butler, 1919


Box 87 Burgner, John Q.-Make the World Safe From War, 1933


Box 87 Chapiro, Jose, 1945


Box 87 Conner, J.E.-The Democracy of States, 1919


Box 87 Corwin, Edward, 1929


Box 87 Cory, Helen May -Institutions of International Relations, 1939


Box 87 Crawford, William Rex, 1944


Box 87 Croce, Benedetto-Paper read at International Society of Philosophy at Oxford, August 1930


Box 87 Cru, Jean Norton-Tremoins De Temoignage, 1945



Box 88 d'Houghe de La Gauguerie, Eduard-De la nature de l'Etat


Box 88 Darrin, David-Tentative Constitution for the United Nations of Earth, 1941


Box 88 Dickinson, Edwin-Political subversives, 1947


Box 88 Diurdievitch, Tched.-Augmentation Considerable de la Securite en depit de une forte reduction de l'armament, 1935


Box 88 Eagleton, Clyde-A commentary on the charter of the UN, 1946-1947


Box 88 Economic Relations with Britain


Box 88 Economic Relations with the U.S.S.R.


Box 88 Egmont, Westy-Biography of Hugo Grotius, 1937


Box 88 Einaudi, Luigi, 1942


Box 88 Elmendorf, Armin-National prosperity and international relations


Box 88 Ericson, Emily, 1937


Box 88 Erni, John, 1919


Box 88 Export-Import Bank, The


Box 88 Fiedorowicz, George de-study on economic sanctions, 1937


Box 88 Fleure, H.I.-The International People's College


Box 88 Fox, Melvin-The Interdependence of Nations


Box 88 Franke, Julius, 1932


Box 88 Frankenstein, Ernst-draft of a European code of private international law, 1940


Box 88 Freda-Moertl, Dr., 1927


Box 88 Freud, Sigmund, 1921


Box 88 Fry, Ruth-A Quaker Adventure, 1926


Box 88 Gaufflieb, General-The rearmament of Germany, 1932


Box 88 Gerber, William-A Source Book on the History of American Foreign Policy, 1941


Box 88 Glazebrook, Gorge de T., 1937


Box 88 Greening, W.-Canadian-American Trade Relations, 1948


Box 88 Grelling, Richard-Die Kriegsschuld de deutschen Generalstules, 1925


Box 88 Grob, Fritz-The Relativity of War and Peace, 1943


Box 88 Grotius, Hugo-Commentary on Law of Prize, 1937


Box 88 Haast, H.F. Von-the memoirs of his father, 1941


Box 88 Haight, F.A., 1939


Box 88 Handelsman, Marcel, 1936


Box 88 Hane, Joseph-The Struggle for Eastern Europe, 1941


Box 88 Hart, James-Pacificus-Helvidus Debate, 1945


Box 88 Hart, W.O.-Universal Peace Impossible Without an International Code, 1918


Box 88 Harting, Lawrence E, 1937


Box 88 Herring, Pendelton, 1947


Box 88 Hillman, Ernest, 1949


Box 88 Holburn, Louise, 1947


Box 88 Holmsen, I.-Arbitration Settlement, 1938


Box 88 Horne, Robert, 1925


Box 88 Hostie, Jan-The Organization for Communications and Transit of the League of Nations, 1947-1949



Box 89 Ingram, H., 1935


Box 89 Jackh, Ernst-Two men of Providence (Hitler Versus Roosevelt), 1926-1943


Box 89 Jacklin, Seymour-The Financial System of the League of Nations, 1947


Box 89 Jaffin, George-New World Constitutional Harmony: A Pan Americanadian Panorama, 1942


Box 89 Jenks, C. Wilfred, 1944


Box 89 Karvas, Imrich, 1937-1938


Box 89 Kelsen, Hans-The Law of the United Nations, 1946-1947


Box 89 Kentaro, Kaneko


Box 89 Kenyon, Dorothy-Legal status of women, 1943


Box 89 Kraus, Antonin-La guerre hors la lois selon les principes de l'histoire


Box 89 Landecker, Werner S.-Integration and Organization: A Sociological Approach to International Problems, 1948


Box 89 Landon, Fred, 1941


Box 89 Laserson, Max-America in Russia, 1947


Box 89 Legendre, A.F., 1930


Box 89 Lessons from the History of the League of Nations on Security and Disarmament


Box 89 Letiche, J.M.-The Reciprocal Trade Agreements in World Economy, 1947


Box 89 Lewis, Burdette G. and Howden Smith-Be ready for a Change


Box 89 Lisle, R. Mason-Freedom of the Seas, 1919


Box 89 Logan, H.A., 1937


Box 89 Lorenz, Fritz G.-Digest of Latin American Aeronautical Laws and Regulations, 1941


Box 89 Loveday, Alexander, 1946


Box 89 MacMurray, J.V.A., 1949


Box 89 Malcomes, Béla. Hallo Europäer (Europe Speaking), 1932



Box 90 Maloney, Lee-Scarab, 1943


Box 90 Manchuria, reports on, 1935-1936


Box 90 Manell, A.E.-Sanctions Under the Charter of the United Nations, 1948


Box 90 Manniche, Peter-Denmark: A Social Laboratory, 1939


Box 90 Martin, Charles E.-The Permanent Court of International Justice and the Question of American Adhesion, 1932


Box 90 Martini, Peter Albert-translation of works on International Law, 1937


Box 90 Maurtua, Victor M.-Paginus Diplomaticas, 1940


Box 90 Memorandum on Oriental Fellowships


Box 90 Memorandum on the World Court, 1941


Box 90 Milioukov, M. Paul-From Nicholas II to Stalin: a Half a Century of Foreign Politics, 1941-1943


Box 90 Moore, John Bassett, 1938-1939


Box 90 Need for Justice, The


Box 90 Neylan, John Francis-An Analysis of the Bretton Woods Agreement, 1945


Box 90 Noble, G. Bernard-Report of the Committee on Vocational Opportunities in the field of International Law and Relations, 1941


Box 90 Norwood, Bernard


Box 90 Nosek, Vladimir, 1927


Box 90 Ogden, M.O., 1940


Box 90 Ottolenghi, Constantino, 1940


Pfaul, Albert


Box 90 1930-1932



Box 91 1931-1935 1946-1947, 1931-1935, 1946-1947


Box 91 Phucas, Andrew B.


Box 91 Pirenne-Histoire de Belgique, 1929


Box 91 Possony, Stefan T., 1946


Box 91 Predöhl, Andreas, 1941


Box 91 Prodinger, Karl


Box 91 Ravignani, Emilo-a History of Argentina, 1941-1942


Box 91 Reed, Philip-Reciprocal Trade Program, 1947


Box 91 Regout, Robert Hubert Williem-The Doctrine of Just War from St. August ine to our own Times, 1941


Box 91 Reichel, Harry R., 1919


Box 91 Reiff, Henry-A Century of American Participation in International Administration, 1840-1940, 1944, 1840-1940, 1944


Box 91 Richet, Charles-Histoire Universelle de Civilisations, 1926


Box 91 Ridgeway, George L.-What do reciprocal trade agreements mean to the wage earner?


Box 91 Rosendorff, G., 1935


Box 91 Sady, Emil J. Exploratory study of the administration of international bodies loacated in the Americas, 1941


Box 91 Salomon, Gotfried, 1942


Box 91 Sato, Naotake-The Problem of Population and Industrialization of Japan, 1936


Box 91 Saunders, Kenneth-textbook on Asia, 1929


Box 91 Schiffer, William-Repertoire de Questions de Droit International Soulevees devant les organes de la Societe des Nations, 1941


Box 91 Schonfeld, Bruno-The Birth of War in Mankkind, 1939


Box 91 Schueller, Richard. Austria, 1915 1945, 1915, 1945



Box 92 Second Panamerian Scientific Conference, Concerning the


Box 92 Shibley, George, 1940


Box 92 Sigfried, Thorwald-Congress Can Cure, 1931


Box 92 Sister Mary Barbara-Here and Now, 1936


Box 92 Smith, Wilfred Cantwell-Modern Islam in India, 1947


Box 92 Strupp, Karl-Decision of German Courts on Cases Pertaining to International Law, 1937


Box 92 Tannenbaum, Frank, 1943


Box 92 Tate, Merze-The Movement for a Limitation of Armaments to 1907 1941, 1907, 1941


Box 92 Tomlinson, John D.-The International Control of Radio Communications, 1945


Box 92 Town Meeting-Periodical, 1942


Box 92 Trask, Katrina-Without the Walls & In the Vanguard, 1924


Box 92 United Nations, Concerning the


Box 92 United States Trade Policy and European Recovery, 1948


Box 92 Valladao, Haroldo-Speech at First Centennial of the Brazillian Institute of Lawyers, 1943


Box 92 Van Zeeland, Paul-The creation of a center of international action


Box 92 Vasconcelos, Jose-Mexico-United States relations


Box 92 Vico-Scienza Nuova (M.H. Fisch translator), 1940


Box 92 Victoria-Relectiones de India


Box 92 Wambaugh, Sarah-The Saar Plebiscite, 1938


Box 92 Ware, Norman J.-The History of Labor Interaction, 1937


Box 92 Waser, Hans, 1938


Box 92 West, Raynard-Conscience and Society, 1943


Box 92 William, Maurice-Sun Yat-Sen vs. Communism, 1950


Box 92 Wilson, Robert R.-International Law in American Treaties, 1943


Box 92 Winderlich, George M.-Der belgische Justizstreik, 1943


Box 92 Winterfeldt, Hans Von


Box 92 World through Washington (Periodical, American University), 1944


Box 92 Wythe, George-Industry and Nationalism in Latin America


Box 92 Yale, William, 1925


Subseries I.M: Publicity and Press Releases, 1914-1946

(2 boxes)

The publicity for the Carnegie Endowment was handled first by Edward Marshall and then by the Phoenix News Publicity Bureau. Newspaper and magazine articles about or relating to the Endowment's work were collected by the Remeike Newsclipping Service of New York. The Phoenix publicity service reports in these files list these articles.


Box 92 Edward Marshall Syndicate, 1914-1919



Box 93 Phoenix News Publicity Bureau, Inc.


Box 93 1926-1946


Box 93 Publicity service reports, 1930-1945


Box 93 Public information service reports, 1931-1932 1936-1945, 1931-1932, 1936-1945


Box 93 Baldwin and Mermey, 1944-1946


Box 93 Miscellaneous printed material


Subseries I.N: Reports for Trustee Information

(Green cover reports) (13 boxes)

These usually confidential reports comprise correspondence, memoranda, clippings, and reports that were retyped for distribution to the trustees. Reports with no specific title or which contain several different items covering various issues are filed chronologically; reports with a named author or title are filed alphabetically. The dates listed are those on which the reports were sent to the Trustees. The "Reports received by the Division of Intercourse and Education" are usually compilations of several reports, and May contain Special Correspondent's reports. Otherwise, Special Correspondent reports are filed under the correspondent's name. See also III.B. Topical volumes. Reports of Special Correspondents and III.C.3 Representatives and Associated Personnel of the Eurpean Centre.


Box 93 9, 1930-1936



Box 94 1937-1938



Box 95 1939-1940



Box 96 1941-1942 May, 1941-1942



Box 97 1942 June -1945, 1942


Box 97 American Ambassador at Rome. Report to Director of Division of Intercourse and Education, 1921 Jan 6, 1921


Box 97 Association of Macedonian Students at Paris, letter from, 1929 Nov 12, 1929


Box 97 Atkinson, Henry A. Conditions in India and China, 1929 Aug 15, 1929


Box 97 Babcock, Earle B. (Directeur-Adjoint of the European Centre), reports by, 1926 Sept 1, 1927 April 18, 1926, 1927


Box 97 Basadre, Dr. Jorge (Lima, Peru), 1932 June 11, 1932


Box 97 Belgrade, American Minister at. Personal letter to the President of the Endowment, 1929 Feb 20, 1929


Box 97 Bishop, William Warner (Librarian of the University of Michigan). Reports, 1929 Aug 30, 1932 July 22 (See also Vatican Library in this subseries.), 1929, 1932


Box 97 Briand, Aristide, article about, 1932 Mar 31, 1932


Box 97 Burke, Judge Thomas. Correspondence concerning his funeral, 1925 Dec 1925, 1925, 1925


Butler, Nicholas Murray, 1925-1937


Box 97 Statement upon his return from Europe, August 5, 1925 1925 15 Aug, August 5, 1925, 1925


Box 97 Statement regarding the new work of the Endowment in Europe, 1926 Aug 23, 1926


Box 97 Letters to the Secretary of State, 1927 Oct 17,1928 Jan 7, 1927


Box 97 Statement, 1928 May 24, 1928


Box 97 Itinerary, 1931 June 3, 1931


Box 97 Letters and other materials received by, 1932 Feb 29, 1932


Box 97 Statements to the Press, July 15, 1935 1935 July 19, July 15, 1935, 1935


Box 97 Abstract of address delivered in London, July 15, 1936 Report to Trustees on return from Europe; Letter to the Times (London, July 7, 1936 1936 July 20, July 15, 1936, July 7, 1936, 1936


Box 97 Correspondence relative to statement published July 16, 1936 1936 July 23, July 16, 1936, 1936


Box 97 Newspaper articles by, 1937 July 28, 1937


Box 97 Capser, L.W. Reports on the erection and equipment of library at Belgrade, 1921 May 17, June 1, July 29, Oct 21, 1921


Box 97 Clark, John Bates. Letter sent to Director of Division of Intercourse and Education with letter to Clark by Baron Sakatani on American-Japanese relations, 1921 June 15, 1921


Collins, William J. (Special Correspodent-London). Reports to Director of Division of Intercourse and Education


Box 97 1923



Box 98 1924-1930


Box 98 Conference on Baltic Problems and the Danzig Corridor, report on, 1932 Feb 3, 1932


Box 98 Crawford, D.L. (President, University of Hawaii). Letter, 1928 Nov 2, 1928


Box 98 d'Estournelles de Constant, Baron. Reports to Director of Division of Intercourse and Education, 1922 Jan 4, Aug 1, 1922


Davis, Malcolm


Box 98 Regarding, 1932 April 30, 1932


Box 98 Reports from (as Representative of Endowment at Geneva Research Center), 1932 June 1, 1932


Division of Intercourse and Education


Box 98 Assistant to the Director of the Division of Intercourse and Education. Letter of August 12, 1935 to Director, 1935 Aug 23, August 12, 1935, 1935


Box 98 Documents relating to the work of, 1929 July 19, 1929


Box 98 Letters relating to the work of, 1929 April 4, May 8, June 19, July 12, 1929


Box 98 Letters sent to the Director from Mlle. M. Th. Peylade and M. Paul d'Estournelles de Constant re the death of Baron d'Estorunelles, 1924 June 15, 1924


Box 98 Personal letters sent at the request of the Director, 1925 Jan 15, 1925


Reports received by


Box 98 1929-1932



Box 99 1933-1934



Box 100 1935-1937


Box 100 Dowling, Noel. Report on year spent in England as Director of American University Union, 1929 Oct 28, 1929


Box 100 Economic Conference, Geneva, November 15-19, 1926. Report on the Prepatory Committee by Arthur Bullard, 1927 Jan 15, November 15-19, 1926, 1927


Box 100 Economists' Reports, 1931 Nov 21, 1931


Efremoff, Jean (Special Correspondent-Paris)


Box 100 Memorandum on the necessity of examining the moral consequences of the war, 1923-Oct 22


Reports on the situation in the U.S.S.R.


Box 100 1930-1931



Box 101 1932-1933


Box 101 Mesures législatives du Gouvernement Soviétique publiées dans les Izvestia, 1931-1932


Box 101 European Centre (Centre Européen), reports and memoranda on the work of, 1927 1944 1945, 1927, 1944, 1945


Box 101 Ferguson, Milton J. (State Librarian of California). Report, 1928 Jan 28, 1928


Box 101 Foerster, Professor F.W. (Special Correspondent-Lucerne). Reports on the situation in Germany, 1923-1927


Box 101 Foreign Bondholders' Council, report re., 1933 Apr 21, 1933


Box 101 Geneva, reports on events in, 1926 Nov 15, 1932 Sept 20, 1926, 1932


Gerlach, Hellmut von (Special Correspondent-Berlin). Reports on the situation in Germany


Box 101 1922 Aug-1924 May, 1922



Box 102 1924 June -1929, 1924


Box 102 Giretti, Edoardo (Special Correspondent-Italy). Reports on the situation in Italy, 1921-1926 July, 1921-1926


Box 102 Grants to near east colleges, letters re., 1931 Spet 11, 1931


Box 102 Grew, Joseph (American Ambassador to Turkey). Letter, April 14, 1930 1930 May 21, April 14, 1930, 1930


Box 102 Hazen, Professor Charles Downer. Report to Director of Division of Intercourse and Education from Strasbourg, France, January 15, 1921 1921 Feb 15, January 15, 1921, 1921


Box 102 Heuser, Frederick W. Report to Director of Division of Intercourse and Education, 1923 Feb 1, 1923


Holman, Alfred


Box 102 Report on Brazil, 1926 March4, 1926


Box 102 Reports to President of the Endowment, 1926 April -May, 1926


Box 102 Hudson, Manley O. Reports to President of the Endowment, 1926 Aug 30, 1926


Box 102 Hungary, report on economic situation of, 1931 Dec 17, 1931


Box 102 Interamerican Division, Director of. Report to Director of Division of Intercourse and Education, 1921 Jan 27, 1921


International Chamber of Commerce


Joint committee with Carnegie Endowment


Box 102 Preliminary report on survey of world economic and financial conditions, 1935 Dec 14, 1935


Box 102 Documents relating to meetings held in Paris, June 25, 1936 1936 July 31, June 25, 1936, 1936


Box 102 Letter from President of, 1936 April 28, 1936


Box 102 International Conciliation, extract from the British Weekly re, 1931 Aug 25, 1931


Box 102 International Organization at Work. An address by Professor Geddes W. Rutherford of Iowa State College, 1926 Nov 27, 1926


International Relations Clubs


Box 102 Cutting from Birmingham, Alabama, "Age" re the, 1926 Aug 30, 1926


Box 102 Re speakers, 1932 June 8, 1932


Box 102 Report on work of, 1942 Jan 28, 1942


Kahn Traveling Fellowship Holders' Reports to Secreatry of the Kahn Foundation


Box 102 Beaty, J. O., 1927 Jan-August, 1927


Box 102 McKenzie, R.F., 1925 Dec-1926 Aug, 1925



Box 103 Van Ek, Jacob, 1929 Feb-Aug, 1929


Box 103 Weld, William E., 1928 March-Nov, 1928


Box 103 Lange, Christian L. (Special Correspondent-Geneva), 1921-1929


Box 103 Loomis, Francis B.


Box 103 Report to Director of Division of Intercourse and Education, 1922 Nov 17, 1922


Box 103 Confidential letter written to the Director, 1925 Nov 16, 1925


Box 103 Manchuria, reports on, 1932 Jan 12, Feb 29, 1932


Box 103 Misciattelli, Piero


Box 103 Report from Rome, 1929 Feb 20, 1929


Box 103 Letters from (with Butler's replies), 1935 Sept 6, Oct 8, 1935


Box 103 Correspondence with, 1936 July 24, 1936


Box 103 Mitrany, David


Box 103 Letters from Germany to James T. Shotwell, 1925 June 1, 1925


Box 103 Reports made as Special Correspondent-London, 1927 March-1929 Feb, 1927


Box 103 Miyaoka, Tsunejiro (Special Correspondent-Tokyo), 1921-1932


Box 103 Molyneaux, Peter, address by, 1933 March9, 1933


Box 103 Monetary Problem, letters acknowledging the, 1936 June 29, 1936


Box 103 Newspaper and journal articles, 1932 and March, 1936-1937



Box 104 Nippold, Otfried (Special Correspondent-Beaumarais bei Saarlouis (Saargebeit)), 1920-1925


Box 104 Nitti, Francesco. Report to Director of Division of Intercourse and Education, 1923 April 16, 1923


Box 104 Norlin, George, report from, 1933 April 1, 1933


Box 104 Pact of Paris, cables exchanged between Briand and Butler re. ratification of, 1929 July 30, 1929


Box 104 Penrose, Stephen B.L. Letter, 1928 Sept 29, 1928


Box 104 Permanent Court of International Justice, resolution re., and statement re. Reduction of Armaments, 1930 Dec 19, 1930


Box 104 Phillips, Clarence A. Report re. his lecture tour in Europe during summer 1931 1931 Oct 1, 1931, 1931


Box 104 Phoenix News Publicity Bureau. Report, 1928 May 28, 1928


Box 104 Pritchett, Henry S.


Box 104 Reports to President, 1926 April 12, April 29, 1926


Box 104 Report concerning the situtation in the Near East, 1926 Nov 18, 1926


Box 104 Report on conference on Institute of Pacific Relations in Honolulu, 1927 1927 Nov 5 (Also includes letter by Alfred Holman}), 1927, 1927


Box 104 Robertson, David Allen. Report to Director of Division of Intercourse and Education, 1926 Feb 15, 1926


Box 104 Russia


Box 104 Report on, 1925 Dec 15, 1925


Box 104 Business conditions in, 1931 Aug 7, 1931


Box 104 Sakatani, Baron Y.


Box 104 Report from Tokyo, 1930 Feb 10, 1930


Box 104 Letter and Butler's reply, 1931 Sept 11, 1931


Box 104 Sforza, Count Carlo. Letters and articles re his visit, 1931 April 30, 1931


Box 104 Shotwell, James T.


Box 104 Report to Director of Division of Economics and History, 1921 Oct 4, 1921


Box 104 Report on the proposed Danubian Economic Conference, 1922 July 1, 1922


Box 104 Report on his visit to GerMay (by Reichgerichspräsident Prof. Dr. jur h.c. W. Simons of the Kuratorium of the Deutsche Hochschule für Politik of Berlin), 1927 May 24, 1927


Box 104 Reports, 1931 Nov 24, 1931


Box 104 Sino-Japanese Papers, 1932 March9, 1932


Box 104 Snowden, Philip (of London). Correspondence to and from, 1930 Feb 28, 1930


Box 104 South America


Box 104 Three letters describing public opinion in, 1927 May 25, 1927


Box 104 Letters between Butler and Secreatry of State re. work of Endowment in, 1927 June 10, 1927


Box 104 Letters by Henry Kittredge Norton on, 1931 Oct 20, 1931


Box 104 Special Committee on Policy. Report, 1926 Nov 22, 1926


Box 104 Tarchiani, Alberto. Reports from Europe, 1941-1943


Box 104 Tibal, André. Report to Director of Division of Intercourse and Education, 1926 Feb 15, 1926


Box 104 Vatican Library. Reports (most by William Warner Bishop) on work at, 1927-1928


Box 104 Visiting Carnegie Professors of International Relations



Box 105 Reports on, 1928 June 22, July 11, 1928


Box 105 Barrows, David P. Reports on his visits to Central and South America, 1928 May 7, Nov 2, 1928


Box 105 Bogert, Marston T.


Box 105 Letter addressed to the Secretary of State by John Sterett Gittings in re Bogert (with letter of transmittal from Prentiss B. Gilbert), 1928 Jan 28, 1928


Box 105 Letters relating to Bogert and Barrows, 1928 March1, 1928


Box 105 Blakeslee, George H. Reports on visits to Japan, China, New Zealand, and Australia, 1928 March29, Sept 29, 1928


Box 105 Calhoun, George. Letter, 1928 Nov 20, 1928


Box 105 Garner, J.W. Report, 1929 Aug 15, 1929


Box 105 Monroe, Paul. Report, 1928 Sept 29, 1928


Box 105 Nakaseko, Rokuro. Report, 1929 Sept 12, 1929


Box 105 Russell, James E. Report on visit to Australia, 1928 May 7, 1928


Box 105 Also includes report on Blakeslee by Dr. Chamg, President of Kwang Hua University of Shanghai, China


Box 105 Slusser, Herbert. Report, 1931 Aug 25, 1931


Box 105 Suzzallo, Henry. Reports on visits to Austria, Poland, Hunhary, Romania, Bulgaria, Yugoslavia, Turkey, and Italy, 1928 May 7, 1929 March6, 1928, May 7, 1929


Box 105 Visits


Box 105 American Editorial Writers European Visit. Report by Lawton B. Evans, 1927 Nov 15, 1927


Box 105 British Journalists who visited the U.S. in 1928 as guests of the Endowment, letters from, 1929 Feb 19, 1928, 1929


Box 105 von Pflügl. Letter from Vienna, 1930 Aug 13, 1930


Box 105 Wilson, Florence. Letter upon her trip to the Orient, 1930 Feb 28, 1930


Subseries I.O: Second Pan American Scientific Congress



Volumes 510 Two volumes.



Volumes 511 Two volumes.

Series II: Division of Economics of History, 1910-1930

(31 vols)

The Division of Economics and History was established at a conference in Berne, Switzerland called by the Endowment in August 1911. John Bates Clark, the Division's first director, led the conference. The participants considered the best methods "to promote a thorough and scientific investigation of the causes and the results of war." The conference resulted in a plan of investigation and an extensive list of topics for study. The aim of the studies was to reveal direct and indirect consequences of warfare.

The Berne participants, plus two additional members, formed a Committee of Research, the function of which was to select authors, to consult with these writers during the research and writing process, to read completed manuscripts, and to recommend worthy studies to the Endowment for publication. After the outbreak of World War I, the Division was forced to alter its program. The Division commissioned a series of studies dealing with topics of immediate importance in connection with the war.

In 1919 James Shotwell became General Editor of the proposed Economic and Social History of the World War. The Committee of Research was dissolved in September 1919 and was replaced by national Editorial Committees. In 1924 Shotwell was appointed Director of the Division. Soon after, the Economic and Social History of the World War series was brought to a conclusion, comprising about 150 volumes, and the Division shifted its focus from the study of war to the study of peace. During the second half of the 1920s the Division's publications included a series on the Paris Peace Conference, studies on Canadian-American relation (conferences on which the Division also organized), and several monographs on the contribution of economic competition to political conflict. (Source: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace: Summary of Organization and Work (Washington DC: CEIP, 1941), pp. 46-51.)

Files relating the Division's collaboration with other organizations and participation in specific projects can be found in Series VI and VII. Copies of some of the Division's publications can be found in Series VIII.

This series is indexed. (Indices are available in RBML.

Electronic versions of the indices are in preparation.)

Series II. is organized into the following subseries:

A. General correspondence

B. Economic and Social History of the World War


Subseries II.A: General Correspondence, 1910-1922

(20 vols) disbound and in archival boxes (MsB)


Volume title: Division of Economics and History:



Box 355 Volume 3: 1910-1911

(Disbound and housed in archival box)



Box 356 Volume 4:, 1912



Box 357 Volume 5:, 1912



Box 358 Volume 6:, 1913



Box 359 Volume 7:, 1913



Box 360 Volume 8(A):, 1914



Box 361 Volume 8(B):, 1914



Box 362 Volume 9(A):, 1914



Box 363 Volume 9(B):, 1914



Box 364 Volume 10:, 1915



Box 365 Volume 11:, 1915



Box 366 Volume 12:, 1916



Box 367 Volume 13:, 1916



Box 368 Volume 14:, 1917



Box 369 Volume 14:, 1917


Box 369 Volume 15:, 1918



Box 370 Volume 16:, 1918



Box 371 Volume 17:, 1919



Box 372 Volume 18:, 1919



Box 373 Volume 19:, 1920



Box 374 Volume 20:, 1920



Box 375 Volume 21:, 1921



Box 376 Volume 22:, 1922


Subseries II.B: Economic and Social History of the World War, 1921-1930

(11 vols)


Volume title: Division of Economic History:



Box 377 Volume 23:, 1921



Box 378 Volume 24:, 1922



Box 379 Volume 25:, 1922



Box 380 Volume 26:, 1923



Box 381 Volume 27:, 1923



Box 382 Volume 28:, 1924



Box 383 Volume 29:, 1925


Box 383 Volume 30:, 1926



Box 384 Volume 31:, 1927


Box 384 Volume 32:, 1928


Box 384 Volume 33:, 1929-1930

Series III: Division of Intercourse and Education

(82 boxes, 218 volumes)

The Division of Intercourse and Education was established on March9, 1911 in order to: (1) diffuse information and educate public opinion regarding the causes, natures, and effects of war, and means for its prevention and avoidance; (2) cultivate friendly feelings between the inhabitants of different countries and increase their knowledge and understanding of each other; and (3) maintain, promote and assist such establishments, organizations, associations, and agencies that are useful in the accomplishment of the purposes of the corporation.

The original intention was to carry out as much of the work of the Division as possible through organizations already in existence or established for particular purposes. To this end, the Endowment entirely supported the American Association for International Conciliation from 1910 until 1924 when it was dissolved and its activities taken up by the Division. The Division made other substantial subventions (grants) to the American Peace Society, the Bureau International Permanent de la Paix at Berne, l'Office Central des Associations Internationales at Brussels, and various periodicals in the international field.

After World War I, the Division made several grants toward reconstruction efforts in Europe, including the restorations of the library of the Royal University of Belgrade, the municipal library at Reims, the library of the University of Louvain, and the official buildings of the Commune of Fargniers in the Department of Aisne. Early in the post-war period, however, the Trustees decided to apply all of the Endowment's resources to its own program of work. The Division's grant-making activities were gradually reduced and eventually discontinued.

To inform public opinion and promote international understanding, the Division published and distributed literature, cooperated with libraries and educational institutions in many countries, worked with students, conducted a program of adult education, collaborated in the organization of international conferences, and sponsored the international visits of statesmen and professors.

Specifically, the Division published the monthly International Conciliation; collaborated with the Vatican Library in cataloging its manuscripts, incunabula, and printed books; established International Mind Alcoves in public libraries in small communities throughout the United States; and sponsored International Relations Clubs of students throughout the world to which it sent books and pamphlets to incite and inform discussion. (For files on these projects and others see VII. Projects .

The Division maintained offices in Paris (the European Centre, see Series III.C. and the CEIP European Centre Records held in RBML for more) and London (see III.D.) (Source: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace: Summary of Organization and Work. Washington DC: CEIP, 1941 pp18-28.)

The records of the Division consist of general correspondence (1910-1934); topical volumes (1910-1940), which comprise records of the Division that were bound by Endowment staff into volumes covering general categories; the Division's office files on the European Centre, London office, and Geneva Research Center; and the manuscripts of the lectures sponsored by the European Centre (the Cours).

Series III. is organized into the following subseries:

A. General correspondence

B. Topical volumes

C. European Centre

D. London Office


Subseries III.A: General correspondence, 1910-1934

(44 vols)

The volumes in this subseries are indexed. (Indices are available in RBML. Electronic versions of the indices are in preparation.)


Volume title: Division of Intercourse and Education



Box 385 Volume 34:, 1910-1911



Box 386 Volume 35:, 1910-1911



Box 387 Volume 36:, 1912



Box 388 Volume 37:, 1912



Box 389 Volume 38:, 1913



Box 390 Volume 39:, 1913



Box 391 Volume 40:, 1913



Box 392 Volume 41:, 1913



Box 393 Volume 42:, 1914



Box 394 Volume 43:, 1914



Box 395 Volume 44:, 1914



Box 396 Volume 45:, 1914



Box 397 Volume 46:, 1915



Box 398 Volume 47:, 1915



Box 399 Volume 48:, 1915



Box 400 Volume 49(A):, 1916



Box 401 Volume 49(B):, 1916



Box 402 Volume 50:, 1917



Box 403 Volume 50:, 1917


Box 403 Volume 51:, 1918



Box 404 Volume 52:, 1919



Box 405 Volume 53:, 1920



Box 406 Volume 54:, 1920



Box 407 Volume 55:, 1921



Box 408 Volume 56:, 1921



Box 409 Volume 57:, 1922



Box 410 Volume 58:, 1922



Box 411 Volume 59:, 1923



Box 412 Volume 60:, 1924



Box 413 Volume 61:, 1924



Box 414 Volume 62:, 1925



Box 415 Volume 63:, 1925



Box 416 Volume 64:, 1926



Box 417 Volume 65:, 1926



Box 418 Volume 66:, 1927



Box 419 Volume 67:, 1928



Box 420 Volume 68:, 1929



Box 421 Volume 69:, 1929



Box 422 Volume 70:, 1930



Box 423 Volume 71:, 1930



Box 424 Volume 72:, 1931



Box 425 Volume 73:, 1931



Box 426 Volume 74:, 1932



Box 427 Volume 75:, 1932



Box 428 Volume 76:, 1933



Box 429 Volume 77:, 1934


Subseries III.B: Topical volumes, 1910-1940

(174 volumes)

Material related to the topics covered by these volumes May be found throughout the collection. See especially Series III.C., III.D., V., VI., and VII.

These volumes are not indexed unless noted.


Volume title: Miscellaneous requests and suggestions (Indexed), 1910-1911, 5 Volumes



Box 430 Volume 78: A-F



Box 431 Volume 79: G-K



Box 432 Volume 80: L-Q



Box 433 Volume 81: R-Z



Box 434 Volume 82: Supplement


American Association for International Conciliation, 1911-1922



Box 435 Volume 83, 1911-1914



Box 436 Volume 84:, 1915



Box 437 Volume 85:, 1916



Box 438 Volume 86:, 1917



Box 439 Volume 87:, 1918



Box 440 Volume 88:, 1918-1920



Box 441 Volume 89:, 1922


Volume title: Inter-American Division, 1918-1919


Box 441 Volume 90:, 1918-19



Box 442 Volume 91:, 1918-19


Volume title: Pan American Division, 1915-1917


Box 442 Volume 92



Box 443 Volume 93


Volume title: American Peace Society



Box 444 Volume 94:, 1911-1912



Box 445 Volume 95:, 1913-1919


Volume title: Angell's "The Great Illusion", 1911-1916


Box 445 Volume 96:, 1911-1916


Volume title: Applications for Employment in Europe, 1911-1918



Box 446 Volume 97:, 1911-1918


Volume title: Applications for Employment in the Americas, 1911-1918



Box 447 Volume 98:, 1911-1918


Applications for subventions in the Western Hemisphere, 1911-1922



Box 448 Volume 99:, 1911-1912



Box 449 Volume 100:, 1912



Box 450 Volume 101:, 1913



Box 451 Volume 102:, 1914



Box 452 Volume 103:, 1915



Box 453 Volume 104:, 1915



Box 454 Volume 105:, 1916



Box 455 Volume 106:, 1917



Box 456 Volume 107:, 1917


Box 456 Volume 108:, 1918



Box 457 Volume 109:, 1918-1921



Box 458 Volume 110:, 1921-1922


Volume title: Applications for subventions outside America, 1911-1922



Box 459 Volume 111:, 1911-1912



Box 460 Volume 112:, 1912



Box 461 Volume 113:, 1913



Box 462 Volume 114:, 1914


Box 462 Volume 115:, 1915



Box 463 Volume 116:, 1916


Box 463 Volume 117:, 1917-1918



Box 464 Volume 118:, 1919-1920



Box 465 Volume 119:, 1921-1922


Volume title: Arbitration Treaties Committee, 1911-1912



Box 466 Volume 120:, 1911-1912



Volume 163 The Arbitrator (London), 1914-1918



Volume 195 American League to limit Armaments, 1915-1916


Volume title: Balkan Commission



Box 121 Volume 121:, 1913-1915


Volume title: Bureau Permanent de la Paiz Berne



Box 468 Volume 122:, 1911-1920



Volume 195 Canadian Branch of Conciliation Internationale, 1912-1913


Volume title: Andrew Carnegie



Box 468 Volume 123:, 1913-1919


Volume title: Chinese Affairs



Box 469 Volume 124:, 1911-1918



Volume 164 Church Peace Union, 1913-1919



Volume 163 Concord, 1915-1916


Volume title: Cosmos



Box 470 Volume 125:, 1917-1919


Volume title: Courses on International Relations



Box 471 Volume 126:, 1916-1918


d'Estournelles, Baron. Letters, 1914-1922



Box 472 Volume 127: Aug. 1914-June 1915 (Spine labeled vol I), Aug. 1914-June 1915



Box 473 Volume 128: June -Nov 1915 (Spine labeled vol II), June -Nov 1915


Box 473 Volume 129: Nov. 1915-June 1916 (Spine labeled vol III), Nov. 1915-June 1916



Box 474 Volume 130: June 1916-Dec. 1916 (Spine labeled vol IV), June 1916-Dec. 1916


Box 474 Volume 131: Dec 1916-Apr. 1917 (Spine labeled vol V), Dec 1916-Apr. 1917


Box 474 Volume 132: May -June 1917 (Spine labeled vol VI), May -June 1917


Volumes 133 & 134 [Missing] Jun 1917-July 1918 (Missing), Jun 1917-July 1918



Box 476 Volume 135: Jul-Dec. 1918 (Spine labeled vol IX), Jul-Dec. 1918


Box 476 Volume 136Dec 1918-Mar 1919 (Spine labeled vol X), Dec 1918-Mar 1919


Volume 138-140: Mar 1919-Aug. 1920 (Missing), Mar 1919-Aug. 1920



Box 480 Volume 141:Aug-Dec. 1920 (Spine labeled vol XV), Aug-Dec. 1920


Box 480 Volume 142:Dec. 1920-March 1921 (Spine labeled vol XV), Dec. 1920-March 1921



Box 481 Volume 143:, March-June1921


Box 481 Volume 144: June -Nov. 1921 (Spine labeled vol XVIII), June -Nov. 1921



Box 482 Volume 145: Nov-Dec. 1921 (Spine labeled vol XIX), Nov-Dec. 1921


Box 482 Volume 146: Dec 1921-Jan. 1922 (Spine labeled vol XX), Dec 1921-Jan. 1922


Box 482 Volume 147: Jan-April 1922 (Spine labeled vol XXI), Jan-April 1922


Division of Economics and History



Box 483 Volume 148:, 1911-1918


Division of International Law



Box 484 Volume 149:, 1911-1915



Volume 163 Die Friedens Warte, 1912-1913


Volume title: Great Britain-Special Subjects



Box 484 Volume 150:, 1911-1913



Box 485 Volume 151:, 1914-1919


Box 485 Volume 152:, 1919-1920



Box 486 Volume 153:, 1920-1923



Volume 163 Herald of Peace, 1912-1917


Institute of International Education, 1918-1923



Box 486 Volume 154:, 1918


Box 486 Volume 155:, 1919-1920



Box 487 Volume 156:, 1920-1923


Volume title: International Conciliation in Great Britain



Box 488 Volume 157:, 1912-1917



Volume 195 International Polity Clubs, 1915


Japan Educational Exchange, 1911-1920



Box 488 Volume 158:, 1911-1913



Box 489 Volume 159:, 1914



Box 490 Volume 160:, 1914-1916



Box 491 Volume 161:, 1917-1918


Box 491 Volume 162:, 1918-1920


Volume title: La Paix par le droit, 1912-1919



Box 492 Volume 163:, 1912-1919


Volume title: Lake Mohonk Conference


Box 492 Volume 164:, 1913-1917


Volume title: Latin American Educational Exchange, 1911-1920



Box 493 Volume 165:, 1911-1912



Box 494 Volume 166: 1912-1914 (Disbound and housed in archival box), 1912-1914



Box 495 Volume 167:, 1914



Box 496 Volume 168:, 1915



Box 497 Volume 169:, 1916



Box 498 Volume 170:, 1917-1918


Box 498 Volume 171:, 1918-1920



Volume 195 League to Enforce Peace, 1915-1918


Volume title: Lectures in the United States, 1915-1916



Box 499 Volume 172:, 1915



Box 500 Volume 173:, 1915



Box 501 Volume 174:, 1915



Box 502 Volume 175:, 1915



Box 503 Volume 176:, 1915



Box 504 Volume 177:, 1915-1916


Volume title: L' office central Brussels, 1911-1922


Box 504 Volume 178:, 1911-1915


Box 504 Volume 179:, 1915-1922


Volume title: Libraries for presentation, 1917-1922



Box 505 Volume 180:, 1917-1919


Box 505 Volume 181:, 1919-1922


Volume title: New York Bureau Accounts and Miscellaneous, 1911-1922



Box 506 Volume 182:, 1911-1913


Box 506 Volume 183:, 1914



Box 507 Volume 184:, 1915


Box 507 Volume 185:, 1916



Box 508 Volume 186:, 1917



Box 509 Volume 187:, 1918



Box 510 Volume 188:, 1918-1919



Box 511 Volume 189:, 1919-1920



Box 512 Volume 190:, 1920-1921



Box 513 Volume 191:, 1921-1922


Volume title: New York Peace Society


Box 513 Volume 192:, 1913-1919


Volume title: One hundreth anniversary of Peace Between English Speking People



Box 514 Volume 193:, 1913-1917



Box 515 Volume 194:, 1917-1922


Volume title: Panama Canal Tolls



Box 516 Volume 195:, 1912-1914


Box 516 Volume 196:, 1913


Volume title: Paris Office Accounts



Box 517 Volume 197:, 1911-1912



Box 518 Volume 198:, 1912



Box 519 Volume 199:, 1912-1913



Box 520 Volume 200:, 1913



Box 521 Volume 201:, 1913-1914



Box 522 Volume 202:, 1914



Box 523 Volume 203:, 1914-1915



Box 524 Volume 204:, 1915



Box 525 Volume 205:, 1915-1916



Box 526 Volume 206:, 1916-1917



Box 527 Volume 207:, 1917-1918



Box 528 Volume 208:, 1918-1919



Box 529 Volume 209:, 1919-1920



Box 530 Volume 210:, 1920-1921



Volume 163 Peter Day's Johannesburg, 1912


President Elliot's International Voyage



Box 530 Volume 211:, 1911-1913



Volume 194 Press Conferences, 1917-1918


Volume title: Reports of Special Correspondents

See also Series I.N. Reports for Trustees under correspondents' names and III.C.3 Representatives and Associated Personnel.



Box 531 Volume 212:, 1928-1929



Box 532 Volume 213:, 1931-1932



Box 533 Volume 214:, 1933-1934



Box 534 Volume 215:, 1935-1936



Box 535 Volume 216:, 1937



Box 536 Volume 217:, 1938



Box 537 Volume 218:, 1939-1940


Volume title: W. J. Collins

(See also volumes 224 and 225)



Box 538 Volume 219:, 1919-1920


Box 538 Volume 220:, 1920-1922


Volume title: Special Correspondent A.H. Fried



Box 539 Volume 221:, 1911-1913



Box 540 Volume 222:, 1914-1918


Volume title: Special Correspondent Eduardo Giretti



Volume 163 1918-1919



Box 540 Volume 223:, 1919-1920



Box 541 Volume 224:, 1920-1922


Volume title: F.W. Hirst and W.J. Collins


Box 541 Volume 225:, 1911-1915



Box 542 Volume 226:, 1916-1919


Volume title: Special Correspondent T. Miyaoka


Box 542 Volume 227:, 1912



Box 543 Volume 228:, 1912



Box 544 Volume 229:, 1913



Box 545 Volume 230:, 1914-1915



Box 546 Volume 231:, 1916


Box 546 Volume 232:, 1917



Box 547 Volume 233:, 1918



Box 548 Volume 234:, 1919-1920



Box 549 Volume 235:, 1920-1922


Volume title: Special Correspondent O. Nippold



Box 550 Volume 236:, 1920-1922


Volume title: Special Correspondent W. Patzkowski


Box 550 Volume 237:, 1911-1915


Volume title: Trustees



Box 551 Volume 238:, 1911-1917


Box 551 Volume 239:, 1917-1919



Box 552 Volume 240:, 1919-1921


Box 552 Volume 241:, 1921-1923


Volume title: Union interparliamentaire Brussels



Box 553 Volume 242:, 1911-1917


Box 553 Volume 243:, 1917-1919


Volume title: Verband Internationale Verstandigung



Box 554 Volume 244:, 1912-1915


Box 554 Volume 245:, 1915-1918



Box 555 Volume 246:, 1918-1920


Volume title: World War


Box 555 Volume 247:, 1914-1915



Box 556 Volume 248:, 1915-1916


Box 556 Volume 249:, 1916-1917



Box 557 Volume 250:, 1917-1921



Volume 164 World's Court League, 1916-1918


Volume title: World Peace Foundation (Boston)



Box 557 Volume 251:, 1913-1918


Subseries III.C: European Centre (Centre Européen)

(74 boxes)

An office of the Division of Intercourse and Education was established in Paris in 1912 with an Advisory Council composed of representative and distinguished statesmen and public leaders of Europe and Asia (Dotation Carnegie pour la Paix Internationale-Centre Européen). An Executive Committee that was in charge of carrying out the work of the Division abroad was appointed from the Advisory Council. Baron d'Estournelles de Constant was President of the Advisory Council from its formation until his death in 1924.

Four Special Correspondents were appointed (nationals of Austria, England, Germany, and Japan) to keep the Division's director informed regarding international policies and international conduct relating to their respective countries. After World War I, the Advisory Council was reconstituted to include members from additional countries, and the number of Special Correspondents was increased to seven.

The European Center was reorganized again in 1925 when it's administration was placed in charge of an American Directeur-Adjoint, with the advice of a consultative committee formed of members from various European countries. On June 1, 1939 this committee was dissolved, while the Directeur-Adjoint remained in charge.

The Centre Européen actively participated in the work of the International Studies Conference, for which the Directeur-Adjoint served as executive chairman and the Institute of Intellectual Cooperation in Paris provided the secretariat. The European Centre also supported in part the Geneva Research Centre. (Source: Summary of Organization and Work, 1911-1941 (Washington DC: CEIP, 1941), pages 26-8.)

These are the files on the European Centre kept by the Washington and New York offices. For the records of the European Centre (the Paris Office Files) and a full description of the European Centre's activities see CEIP Centre Européen Records also at the RBML.

Subseries III.C. is organized into the following subseries:

1. Executive Comittee Minutes

2. Officers

3. Representatives and Associated Personnel

4. Geneva Research Center

5. Cours


Sub-subseries III.C.1: Executive Committee Minutes, 1912, 1925-1926, 1934-1937



Box 105 Scattered selection of minutes. 1912 minutes include meetings of the Advisory Council., 1912


Sub-subseries III.C.2: Officers


a. Baron d'Estournelles de Constant (President of Advisory Council), 1911-1924 (2 boxes), 1911-1924

Correspondence concerns formation of the Advisory Council, invitations to join the Advisory Council, France-Amerique Society, and administration of the Paris office, including finances, rentals, and purchases.


Box 105 1911-1912 April, 1911-1912



Box 106 1912 June -1924, 1912


b. Earle B. Babcock (Directeur-Adjoint), 1925-1935 (7 boxes), 1925-1935

Correspondence concerns lectures, meetings of the Comité du Centre Européen, Professorships, Chaire Carnegie, the Library of the Centre Européen, conferences, International Studies Conference, International Trade Conference, International Consultive Group, and the death of Earle B. Babcock.


Box 106 1925 Jan-June, 1925



Box 107 1925 July -1926 May, 1925



Box 108 1926 Sept-1927, 1926



Box 109 1928-1930 May, 1928-1930



Box 110 1930 June 1932 Feb, 1930, June 1932



Box 111 1932 March-1933, 1932



Box 112 1934-1935 Feb, 1934-1935


c. Malcolm W. Davis (Directeur-Adjoint), 1935-1942 (6 boxes), 1935-1942

Correspondence concerns the formation of an advisory council in Great Britain, International Peace Campaign, YMCA, Comité meetings, International Student Service, visiting American professors, International People's College, wartime financing of Paris office, protection of Endowment property during the war.



Box 113 1935-1936 Feb, 1935-1936



Box 114 1936 March-Dec, 1936



Box 115 1937 Jan-Oct, 1937



Box 116 1937 Nov-1939 Feb, 1937



Box 117 1939 March-Dec, 1939



Box 118 1940-1942


d. Mme. M. Perreux (Secretaire Generale), 1944-1949 (2 boxes), 1944-1949

Correspondence concerns postwar reconstruction (Reims and Louvain), finances of Paris Office, closing of Paris office, French versions of Special Correspondent's reports.


Box 118 1944-1947



Box 119 1948-1949


Sub-subseries III.C.3: Representatives and Associated Personnel, 1916-1948

(11 boxes)

This subseries consists the Endowment's correspondence with members of the Advisory Council, Comité, and the Special Correspondents. It also includes some special correspondents' reports.

For special correspondent's reports see also I.N. and III.B. Topical Volumes. Reports.


Box 119 Altamira y Creva, Rafael (Comité), 1938


Box 119 Bonn, Moritz J. (Comité), 1929 1930 1936 1937, 1929, 1930, 1936, 1937


Cole, Percival R. (Special Correspondent, Australia)


Box 119 1930-1943



Box 120 1944-1947


Box 120 Collins, William J. (Conseil d'Honneur, Special Correspondent, Great Britain), 1922-1930


Efremoff, M. Jean (Advisory Council, Special Correspondent, Russia / U.S.S.R., Conseil d'Honneur)


Box 120 1923-1925



Box 121 1926-1937



Box 122 1938-1939 1944-1945, 1938-1939, 1944-1945


Box 122 Foerster, F.W. (Special Correspondent, Germany, Conseil d'Honneur), 1923-1929


Gerlach, Hellmut von (Conseil d'Honneur, Advisory Council, Special Correspondent, Germany)


Box 122 1922-1924



Box 123 1925-1930


Giretti, Edoardo (Advisory Council, Conseil d'Honneur, Special Correspondent, Italy)


Box 123 1923-1932



Box 124 1933-1938


Box 124 Godart, Justin (Comité), 1925


Box 124 Hirst, Francis W. (Special Correspondent, Great Britain), 1929 1935 1938 1946, 1929, 1935, 1938, 1946


Box 124 Lange, Christian L. (Special Correspondent, Geneva), 1919-1933



Box 125 Lechartier, M. Georges (Comité), 1927-1938


Box 125 Lichtenberger, Henri, 1925-1926


Box 125 MacDonald, Ramsay, 1911 1925 1935, 1911, 1925, 1935


Box 125 Mensdorff, Albert von (Comité), 1927


Box 125 Misciatelli, Piero (Comité), 1927-1937


Box 125 Mitrany, David (Special Correspondent, England), 1927-1929


Miyaoka, Tsunejiro (Special Correspondent, Japan, Conseil d'Honneur)


Box 125 1917-1918 1922-1924 June, 1917-1918, 1922-1924



Box 126 1924 July -1929 April, 1924



Box 127 1929 June -1931, 1929



Box 128 1933-1934 1937 1943-1948, 1933-1934, 1937, 1943-1948


Nippold, Otfried (Conseil d'Honneur, Special Correspondent, Germany)


Box 128 1923



Box 129 1924-1926 1930 1932, 1924-1926, 1930, 1932


Box 129 Oka, Minoru, 1922


Box 129 Paszkowski, Wilhelm (Special Correspondent), 1916-1921


Box 129 Prittwitz un Gaffron, Eric von (Comité), 1926-1939 1947, 1926-1939, 1947


Box 129 Redlich, Josef, 1921-1923


Box 129 Stannard, Harold (Special Correspondent, Great Britain), 1935-1939


Box 129 Venizelos, E.K. (Advisory Council), 1923


Sub-subseries III.C.4: Geneva Research Center, 1932-1939

(4 folders)

The Geneva Research Center, partially supported by the European Centre, was under the administration of an international governing board and afforded opportunities to young scholars for work on special subjects. The Center also carried on inquiries for the International Studies Conference and other international organizations for scientific study, published a series of Geneva Studies on selected subjects, and issued a monthly Information Bulletin on developments and events as seen from Geneva on activities of the League of Nations and the International Labor Organization. (Source: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace: Summary of Organization and Work. Washington DC: CEIP, 1941 p28.)



Box 30 This subseries contains requests for funds, reports, and meeting minutes, as well as correspondence concerning the Geneva Institute of International Relations and the Geneva News Letter.


Sub-subseries III.C.5: Cours, 1928-1939

(49 boxes)

From 1926 through 1939 in collaboration with the Institut des Hautes Études Internationales and under the auspices of the Faculty of Law in the University of Paris, the Centre Européen conducted courses of lectures on international organization and relations. Starting in 1928 the Centre offered a considerable number of shorter courses in which cooperation was obtained from various faculties of schools in Paris. The lectures were published and distributed to libraries in Europe and the United States.

This subseries consists of the typescripts and page proofs of these lectures.



Box 130 Allier, Raoul. Les églises de la réforme et le probleme de la paix au cours du XIXe siecle, 1931


Ancel, Jacques



Box 131 Géographie politique-Les balkans, 1927-1928


Géographie politique-Les frontieres de L'Allemagne, Feb 10, 1932-May 4, 1932


Box 131 L'Allegmagne: l'etat et la nation


Box 131 La prusse orientale


Box 131 La ville libre de Dantzig


Box 131 Le pomorze (corridor polonais)


Box 131 La haute Silesi


Box 131 La front allemand de la Boheme


Box 131 La frontiere des Alpes


Box 131 L'Anschluss


Box 131 La frontiere du Rhin


Box 131 Les confins occidentaux



Box 132 Géographie politique-Les frontieres de l'Europe centrale, Nov 8, 1933-Jan 17, 1934


Géographie politique


Box 132 1934 Nov 7-1935 Feb 6, 1934


Box 132 1935 Nov 13-1936 Feb 12, 1935



Box 133 1936 Nov 18-1937 Feb 24, 1936


Box 133 Géographie politique et economique, 1937 Nov 17-1938 Feb 9, 1937


Box 133 Barthelemy, Joseph. La politique exterieure dans les democraties, 1929 Dec 5-1930 Jan 23, 1929


Basdevant, 1928


Box 133 Bourgeois, Emile


1929


Box 133 L'Europe et le probleme mediterraneen, 1871-1930


Box 133 1931 March6, 1931


Box 133 1931 March23: L'Angleterre et le France en mediterranee, Suex, Chypre, et la Tunisie, 1931


Box 133 1931 March: La question d'Egypte, 1931


Box 133 1931 March: La Italie, 1931


Box 133 1931 April : La ligue mediterraneene de 1887, 1931, 1887


Box 133 1931 April :: La decadence de la Turquie, L'Italie, et la Greece, 1931


Box 133 1931 May 1: La cote africaine de la mediterrane le Maroc et l'Algerie, 1931


Box 133 Les crises de la mediterranee orientale


Box 133 La mediterranee pendant la Grande


Box 133 1931 May 22, 1931


Box 133 First three lessons


Box 133 First eight lessons


Box 133 Last two lessons



Box 134 1931 Nov 20: Les Detroits: geographie et histoire, 1931


Box 134 1931 Nov 17: Les conventions des Detroits de 1798-1808, 1931, 1798-1808


Box 134 1931 Dec 4: Le traite Angle-Turc et la convention des detroits de 1809, 1931, 1809


Box 134 1931 Dec 11: Les traites d'unklar skelseei et se londres, 1931


Box 134 1931 Dec 18: Dela convention des Detroits de 1841 au traite de Paris 1856, 1931, 1841, 1856


Box 134 1932 Jan 8: La neutralisation de la mer noire, 1932


Box 134 1932 Jan 15: La conference de Londres, 1932


Box 134 1932 Jan 22: La question des detroits au traite de Berlin, 1932


Box 134 1932 Jan 29: La question des detroits dans la politique internationale sous le regne d'Abdul-Hamed, 1932


Box 134 1932 Feb 5: Politique Allemande et Russe aux detroits avant et pendant la Guerre Mondial (1897-1917), 1932


Box 134 1932 Feb 12: Les dernieres conventions des detroits: Sevres 1920 et Lausanne 1923, 1932, 1920, 1923


Box 134 Histoire Diplomatique 1815-1870 1932-1933, 1815-1870, 1932-1933


Briere, R.P. de la


Box 134 1929 Jan-Feb, 1929



Box 135 1929 March-April, 1929


Box 135 1931 Feb 3: Allocutionde M. Lechartier, 1931


Box 135 1931 Feb 10: Leon XIII et le premiere conference de la paix en 1899, 1931, 1899


Box 135 1931 Feb 24-1931 Mar 17, 1931


Chklaver


Box 135 Le droit des gens correspondant aux nouvelles formes de l'etat, Dec 9, 1936-Dec 23, 1936


Box 135 Doctrines contemporaines de droit international, Jan 5, 1938-Feb 2, 1938


Box 135 Les principes du droit international moderne, Jan 4, 1939-Feb 1, 1939


De Lapradelle



Box 136 1928 Nov 13-1929 April 16, 1928



Box 137 1929 April 23-June 11, 1929


Droit international publique


Box 137 1931 Nov 17-1932 April 5, 1931



Box 138 1932 April 12-1932 May 24, 1932


Box 138 1932 Nov 8-1933 May 9, 1932



Box 139 1933 Nov 7-1934 May 29, 1933



Box 140 1934 Nov 6-1935 May 21, 1934


Principes généraux du droit international publique, Nov 18, 1930-Jun 2, 1931


Box 140 1930 Nov 18-1931 Jan 20, 1930



Box 141 1931 Jan 27-June 2, 1931


Principes generaux du droit des gens


Box 141 1935 Nov 12-1936 Jan 21, 1935



Box 142 1936 Jan 28-May 19, 1936


Box 142 de Monftort. La Finlande, charniere entre les Scandinaves et les Baltes, 1939 Feb 8-1939 Mar 8, 1939


Box 142 Deak, Francis. La neutralite, 1937 Nov 23-1937 Dec 20, 1937


Dennery


Box 142 Problemes Economique Contemporains, 1932 Nov 18-1933 Feb 17, 1932



Box 143 Geographie economique: Les conflicts politiques contemporains et leurs causes economiques, 1933 Nov 14-1934 May 8, 1933


Geographie economique



Box 144 1935 Feb 19-1935 May 15, 1935


Box 144 1936 Feb 19-1936 May 20, 1936


Box 144 1938 Feb 23-1938 May 18, 1938


Box 144 1939 Feb 22-1939 May 31, 1939



Box 145 Dimitroff. La Bulgarie, le probleme de la thrace et l'acces a la mer egee, and Les differents aspects du probleme thracies depuis le traite de San-Sthephano jusqu'a nos jours


Dolleans, Edouard


Box 145 L'action des cartels et la structure d'une economie internationale, 1936 May 8-1936 May 29, 1936


Box 145 L'organisation internationale des transports et de la production, 1937 April 23-1937 May 21, 1937


Dupuis, Charles


Les grandes systémes de politique internationale


Box 145 1927-1928



Box 146 1928-1929


Box 146 La confederation germanique et la Societe des Nations, 1930



Box 147 La politique internationale de l'Europe, 1931 Nov 20-1932 Feb 5, 1931


La politique et la droit


Box 147 1933 Mar 3-1933 May 19, 1933



Box 148 1934 Mar 7-1934 May 23, 1934


Box 148 1936 Mar 4-1936 Apr 1, 1936


Dupuis, Rene


Box 148 Droit du politique contemporaine, 1936 Nov 18-1936 Dec 2, 1936


Box 148 Les nouvelles formes de l'etat totalitaire, 1937 Nov 17-1937 Dec 15, 1937


Box 148 La politique exterieure des etats totalitaires, 1938 Nov 16-1938 Dec 14, 1938



Box 149 Escarra, Prof. Jean. La Societe des Nations et le conflit Sino-Japonais. Paris, France, 1933 Jan 12-1934 Feb 23, 1933


Box 149 Francqueville, 1928-1929


Gidel


Box 149 L'idée de souveraineté, 1929


Box 149 Droit maritime international, 1935 Nov 12-1935 Dec 10, 1935


Box 149 Les canaux maritimes en le droit international, 1939 Apr 26-1939 May 10, 1939


Guyot, Raymond. Histoire diplomatique (1815-1870)



Box 150 1930 Nov 18-1931 April 14, 1930



Box 151 1931 April 21-June 2, 1931


Box 151 Hamel. Questions bancaires internationales, 1927


Box 151 Hoijer. Le blocus economique, 1938 Feb 18-1938 Mar 18, 1938


Box 151 Jeze. Finances internationales, 1936 Mar 4-1936 May 20, 1936


Le Fur


Philosophie du droit des gens



Box 152 1931 Feb 11-1931 Apr 29, 1931


Box 152 1931 Nov 18-1932 Jan 27, 1931


Box 152 1934 December 12-1935 Feb 27, 1934



Box 153 Les principes du droit international moderne, 1937 Nov 19-1938 Feb 11, 1937


Maurain, Jean. Histoire diplomatique (1871-1914), 1933 Nov 10-1934 May 18, 1933


Box 153 1933 Nov 10-1934 Jan 12, 1933


Box 153 1934 Feb 2-May 18, 1934


Mirkine-Guetzévitch



Box 154 Les traits internationaux de l'Europe orientale, 1929


Le droit constitutionnel dans ses rapports avec le droit international publique



Box 155 1932 Mar 4-1932 Apr 22, 1932


Box 155 1933 Mar 3-1933 May 26, 1933


Box 155 1934 Mar 2-1934 May 18, 1934


Box 155 1935 Mar 15-1935 May 29, 1935


Droit constitutionnel international



Box 156 1936 Mar 13-1936 May 29, 1936


Box 156 1937 Mar 5-1937 May 21, 1937


Droit constitutionnel et droit international


Box 156 1938 Apr 29-1938 May 27, 1938


Box 156 1939 Apr 21-1939 May 19, 1939


Box 156 Muzzey, David. Problemes actuels de la politique interieure et exterieure aux Etats-Unis, 1937 Feb 19-1937 Mar 12, 1937


Box 156 Potter, Pitmann B. Doctrines americaines de droit internationale, 1936 May 8-1936 May 29, 1936



Box 157 Ray, M. Jean. La position, l'oeuvre et la politique du Japon en Mandchourie, 1933 Mar 9-1933 May 4, 1933


Renouvin


Histoire diplomatique de 1815 à 1914 1927-1928, 1815, 1914, 1927-1928


Box 157 1937 Dec 6-1938 March27, 1937



Box 158 1938 April 17-June 5, 1938


Box 158 1928 Nov-Dec, 1928


Box 158 1929



Box 159 Histoire diplomatique (1870-1914), 1931 Nov 17-1932 Apr 12, 1931



Box 160 Histoire diplomatique de l'Europe avant 1914 1936 Mar 3-1936 May 26, 1914, 1936


Box 160 Histoire diplomatique de l'Europe (1848-1890), 1936 Nov 17-1937 May 25, 1936



Box 161 Histoire diplomatique de l'Europe (1890-1919), 1937 Nov 16-1938 May 24, 1937


Histoire diplomatique de l'Europe (1848-1890), 1938 Nov 22-1939 May 23, 1938


Box 161 1938 Nov 22-1939 Jan 10, 1938



Box 162 1939 Jan 17-May 23, 1939


Box 162 Scelle. Le fonctionnement de la Societe des Nations, 1936 Apr 29-1936 May 27, 1936


Box 162 Serruys, 1929


Box 162 Siegfried. L'education civique et l'enseignement de la science politique dans les democraties modernes, 1938 Mar 8-1938 Apr 5, 1938


Box 162 Stuart, Graham. Diplomatie Americaine, 1934 Nov 13-1934 Dec 6, 1934


Tibal, Andre


1927-1928



Box 163 1927 Nov 16-1928 Feb 29, 1927



Box 164 1928 March7-June 6, 1928


1928-1929


Box 164 1928 Nov 14-Dec 5, 1928



Box 165 1928 Dec 12-1929 Feb 27, 1928



Box 166 1929 April 24-June 12, 1929


Histoire des institutions evolution constitutionnelle et parlementaire des etats européens depuis 1918 1930 Nov 19-1931 Jun 10, 1918, 1930


Box 166 1930 Nov 19-Dec 12, 1930



Box 167 1930 Dec 17-1931 May 6, 1930



Box 168 1931 June 3-June 10, 1931


Le desarmement (1919-1932), 1931 Nov 6-1932 Jun 10, 1931


Box 168 1931 Nov 6-1932 March11, 1931



Box 169 1932 April 8-June 10, 1932


Histoire diplomatique contemporaine (1919-1924)


Box 169 1931 Nov 18-1932 Jan 27, 1931



Box 170 1932 Feb 3-June 8, 1932


Box 170 1932 Nov 9-Dec 7, 1932



Box 171 1932 Dec 14-1933 May 24, 1932


Histoire diplomatique contemporaine (1925-1932), 1933-1934


Box 171 1933 Nov 8-Nov 29, 1933



Box 172 1933 Dec 6-1934 May 9, 1933



Box 173 1934 May 16-May 30, 1934


Box 173 Histoire diplomatique contemporaine (1914-1924), 1934 Nov 7-1935 May 28, 1934



Box 174 Histoire diplomatique contemporaine (1926-1934), 1935 Nov 12-1936 May 26, 1935


Histoire diplomatique de l'Europe (1918-1936), 1936 Nov 18-1937 May 26, 1936


Box 174 1936 Nov 18-1937 Jan 20, 1936



Box 175 1937 Jan 27-May 26, 1937


Box 175 Histoire diplomatique de l'Europe (1919-1934), 1937 Nov 17-1938 May 25, 1937



Box 176 Histoire diplomatique de l'Europe (1919-1925), 1938 Nov 16-1939 May 31, 1938


Truchy


La reconstruction economique de l'Europe


Box 176 1931 Nov 20-1932 Feb 5, 1931



Box 177 1932 Nov 18-1933 Jan 27, 1932


Box 177 1935 Jan 4-Mar 8, 1935


Les conditions generales du redressement economiques, 1933 Nov 10-1934 Jan 19, 1933


Box 177 1933 Nov 10-Dec 8, 1933


Box 177 1933 Dec 15-1934 Jan 19, 1933


Reconstruction economique internationale



Box 178 1935 Nov 15-1935 Dec 13, 1935


Box 178 1936 Nov 20-1936 Dec 23, 1936


Whitton, John B.


Box 178 La doctrine de Monroe, 1932 Mar 4-1932 May 25, 1932


Box 178 Diplomatie americaine, 1934 Dec 11-1935 Jan 22, 1934


Subseries III.D: London Office, 1935-1947

(8 boxes)

In 1936 an Advisory Council was created to bring the work of the Endowment into closer contact with individuals and institutions in Great Britain with aims similar to those of the Endowment. The London Office, organized under the general supervision of the Directeur-Adjoint in Paris, was guided by this Council. (Source: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace: Summary of Organization and Work. Washington DC: CEIP, 1941 p28.)



Box 179 1935 Dec-1937 June, 1935



Box 180 1937 July -1938 Aug, 1937



Box 181 1938 Sept-1939 May, 1938



Box 182 1939 June -1947, 1939


Box 182 American Library and Information Service, 1939


American Studies in British Universities, 1937-1939


Box 182 1937



Box 183 1938-1939


Box 183 American Studies in Higher Education Conference (Dunford House, 3-4 June 1939), 1937-1939


Box 183 Derry, T.K., 1938


Dunford House, 1925 1927-1947, 1925, 1927-1947


Box 183 19251927-1933



Box 184 1935-1945



Box 185 1946-1947


Box 185 English Speaking Union, 1937-1939


Box 185 Fuess, Claude, 1937-1938


Box 185 Institutt for Samfunnsfosking og Arbeidslære, 1939


Box 185 International Conference on Economic and Monetary Problems (Chatham House), 1935-1937


Box 185 International Relations Clubs


Box 185 Royal Institute of International Affairs, 1933 1938, 1933, 1938


Box 185 Scott, Joseph, 1937-1938



Box 186 Sulgrave Institution, 1922-1926 1937, 1922-1926, 1937


Box 186 University College of Wales, Aboryswyth Vacation School of American History, 1938

Series IV: Division of International Law

(150 volumes, 9 boxes)

The Trustees of the Endowment formed the Division of International Law to: (1) to aid in the development of international law and its acceptance among nations; (2) establish a better understanding of international rights and duties and a sense of international justice among the countries throughout the world; and (3) promote a general acceptance of peaceable methods in the settlement of international disputes.

The Division devoted its efforts in three principal areas: facilitating the study and improving the teaching of international law and related subjects; furthering the development of international law and restating its rules in a more unified and systematic way; and improving the documentation of international law through a publication program resulting in the production of some 200 volumes.

The Division helped found and support an Academy of International Law, which opened in 1923 provided financial and administrative support to six conferences of teachers of international law between 1914 and 1941 sponsored a series of eight summer sessions on international law to which it invited teachers from smaller colleges and prospective teachers who expected to begin their academic careers in small colleges; and awarded a series of fellowships in international law for the purpose of increasing the number of qualified scholars in the field.

Soon after its formation, the Division of International Law entered into a cooperative arrangement with the Institut de Droit International. Through this arrangement the Institut created an advisory committee to counsel the Division, and in turn, the Institut for many years received financial assistance from the Endowment to encourage attendance at its sessions and aid in the publication of Annuaires. The Division also helped establish the American Institute of International Law in 1915 cooperated with and supported Harvard Research in International Law; financially assisted other societies of international law including the Grotius Society of London, the Société de Législation Comparée of Paris, the Association Yougoslave de Droit International of Belgrade, the Istituto Italiano di Diritto Internazionale of Rome, and the International Law Association; cooperated with governmental and non-governmental organizations including the Department of State of the U.S, the Neutrality Board of the United States, the Pan American Union, the Advisory Board of Jurists at the Hague, the Inter-American Commission of Jurists created by the International Conferences of American States, and the Permanent Court of International Justice; and lent technical and other specialized assistance to the work of several assemblies and conferences, including the American Commission to Negotiate Peace at Paris (1919), the Washington Conference on the Limitation of Armament (1921-1922), and several of the Pan American Scientific Congresses.

The Division gave financial assistance to several international law books and journals by purchasing copies and distributing them to libraries and other interested institutions. The Division also had its own extensive publication program issuing collections of international documents, reports of tribunals, treatises, pamphlets and monographs on particular topics, and the series the "Classics of International Law," the publication of which the Endowment took over from the Carnegie Institution. (Source: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace: Summary of Organization and Work. Washington DC: CEIP, 1941 pp31-45.)

Series IV. is organized into the following subseries:

A. General

B. Classics of International Law

C. Conferences

D. Fellowships

E. Meetings

F. Promotion

G. Reports and publications

H. Repor on Teaching of International Law


Subseries IV.A: General

(92 vols, 5 boxes)

The volumes for 1910-1935 are indexed unless otherwise noted. (Indices are available in RBML. Electronic versions of the indices are in preparation.)


Volume title: International Law



Box 558 Volume 252:, 1910-1911


Box 558 Volume 253:, 1910-1911



Box 559 Volume 254, 1912



Box 560 Volume 225:, 1912


Box 560 Volume 256:, 1912



Box 561 Volume 257:, 1913



Box 562 Volume 258:, 1913



Box 563 Volume 259:, 1914



Box 564 Volume 260:, 1914



Box 565 Volume 261:, 1914



Box 566 Volume 262:, 1915



Box 567 Volume 263:, 1915



Box 568 Volume 264:, 1916



Box 569 Volume 265:, 1916



Box 570 Volume 266:, 1917



Box 571 Volume 267:, 1917



Box 572 Volume 268:, 1917



Box 573 Volume 269:, 1918



Box 574 Volume 270:, 1918



Box 575 Volume 271:, 1918



Box 576 Volume 272:, 1918



Box 577 Volume 273:, 1919



Box 578 Volume 274:, 1919



Box 579 Volume 275:, 1919



Box 580 Volume 276:, 1919



Box 581 Volume 277:, 1920



Box 582 Volume 278:, 1920



Box 583 Volume 279:, 1920



Box 584 Volume 280:, 1920



Box 585 Volume 281:, 1921



Box 586 Volume 282:, 1921



Box 587 Volume 283:, 1921



Box 588 Volume 284:, 1921



Box 589 Volume 285:, 1922



Box 590 Volume 286:, 1922



Box 591 Volume 287:, 1922



Box 592 Volume 288:, 1922



Box 593 Volume 289:, 1923



Box 594 Volume 290:, 1923



Box 595 Volume 291:, 1923



Box 596 Volume 292:, 1923



Box 597 Volume 293:, 1923



Box 598 Volume 294:, 1924



Box 599 Volume 295:, 1924



Box 600 Volume 296:, 1924



Box 601 Volume 297:, 1924



Box 602 Volume 298:, 1924



Box 603 Volume 299:, 1924



Box 604 Volume 300:, 1925



Box 605 Volume 301:, 1925



Box 606 Volume 302:, 1925



Box 607 Volume 303:, 1925


Volumes 304-306 (Being unbound 4/2013):, 1926


Volumes 307-309 (Being unbound 4/2013):, 1927


Volumes 310-312 (Being unbound 4/2013):, 1928


Volumes 313-315 (Being unbound 4/2013):, 1929


Volumes 316-319:, 1930


Volumes 320-323:, 1931


Volumes 324-330:, 1932


Volumes 331-335:, 1933


Volumes 336-338:, 1934


Volumes 339-343:, 1935


Subseries IV.B: Classics of International Law, 1910-1926

(8 vols)

The volumes in this subseries are indexed. (Indices are available in RBML. Electronic versions of the indices are in preparation.)


1906-1916



Volume 344 A-B



Volume 345 C-L



Volume 346 M-Z



Volume 347 1917



Volume 348 1918



Volume 349 1919-1921



Volume 350 1922-1923



Volume 351 1924-1926


Subseries IV.C: Conferences

( 2 vols)



Volume 398 Third Conference of Teachers of International law, 1928



Volume 399 Fourth Conference of Teachers of International Law, 1929


Subseries IV.D: Fellowships, 1925-1935

(42 volumes, 12 boxes)

Dates represent academic years. The volumes in this subseries are indexed. (Indices are available in RBML. Electronic versions of the indices are in preparation.)



Volume 352 1925-1926



Volume 353 1925-1926



Volume 354 1926-1927



Volume 355 1926-1927



Volume 356 1926-1927



Volume 357 1926-1927



Volume 358 1927-1928



Volume 359 1927-1928



Volume 360 1927-1928



Volume 361 1927-1928



Volume 362 1927-1928



Volume 363 1928-1929



Volume 364 1928-1929



Volume 365 1928-1929



Volume 366 1929-1930



Volume 367 1929-1930



Volume 368 1929-1930



Volume 369 1929-1930



Volume 370 1930-1931



Volume 371 1930-1931



Volume 372 1930-1931



Volume 373 1930-1931



Volume 374 1931-1932



Volume 375 1931-1932



Volume 376 missing 1931-1932



Volume 377 1931-1932



Volume 378 1932-1933



Volume 379 1932-1933



Volume 380 1932-1933



Volume 381 1932-1933



Volume 382 1933-1934



Volume 383 1933-1934



Volume 384 1933-1934



Volume 385 1933-1934



Volume 386 1933-1934



Volume 387 1933-1934



Volume 388 1934-1935



Volume 389 1934-1935



Volume 390 1934-1935



Volume 391 1934-1935



Volume 392 1934-1935



Volume 393 1934-1935


Fellows theses:



Box 191 Alexander, Norman. Rights of aliens in the United States., 1925


Brennan, Helen


Box 191 Current international law…September 15, 1921-May 15, 1922. 1922, September 15, 1921-May 15, 1922, 1922


Box 191 The treatise on reprisals of Bartolus of Sassoferrato., 1924


Box 191 Buss, Claude A.


Box 191 The constitutional convention of Pennsylvania, 1837., 1924


Box 191 The events leading to the Mexican War., 1925


Box 191 The Genesis of so-called traditional isolation as expressed in writings of the Fathers., 1925


Box 191 Studies in diplomacy. Benjamin Franklin and John Hay., 1925


Box 191 Carlston, Kenneth Smith. The nullity of international arbitral awards., 1933



Box 192 Christensen, A.N. A study of the plebiscites held under the provisions of the treaties of Versailles and Saint Germain., 1930


Box 192 Cutler, John Ward. The treatment of foreigners in relation to the draft convention and conference of 1929., 1933


Box 192 Dillard, Hardy C. The principle of estoppel, with particular reference to its application by international tribunals., 1931


Box 192 Dimitroff, Deltcho. La Bulgarie, le probleme de la Thrace et l'access a la mer Egee…, 1934


Dunn, Frederick Sherwood


Box 192 International law and private property rights in Mexico., 1927


Box 192 The new international status of the British Dominions. The Development of the legislative process in international law., 1927


Box 192 Gano, Barbara A. International protection of women and children. (With this is bound her International ice patrol.), 1934


Gantenbein, James W.


Box 192 The doctrine of continuous voyage particularly as applied to contraband and blockade., 1928


Box 192 The doctrine of ultimate destination: the British applications during the world war and the American protests…, 1926


Box 192 The doctrine of ultimate destination: and historical survey to the outbreak of the world war…, 1925



Box 193 The doctrine of ultimate destination and the future., 1925


Box 193 The "Petergoff" as a precedent for applying the doctrine of ultimate destination to conditional contraband., 1928


Garfield, Wadsworth


Box 193 Clipping thesis., 1925


Box 193 Miscellaneous articles., 1926


Geyerman, Fred J.


Box 193 Guarantee treaties. Their operation and interpretation., 1924


Box 193 International Law., 1922


Box 193 Shall Congress ratify the Colombian treaty?, 1924


Box 193 Gosnell, Cullen Bryant. Compulsory arbitration of international differences… 1927 154 p. Carbon type script., 1927


Gray, Welles Alexander.


Box 193 The anti-Japanese boycott, 1925


Box 193 The international pacific sanction., 1926


Box 193 Municipal indebtedness in Minnesota., 1924


Hessler, William H.



Box 194 The Contribution of the United States to the judicial settlement of international disputes., 1926


Box 194 International organization and National State Sovereignty., 1926


Box 194 Houghton, Nealie Doyle. De facto governments: a study in international law and American policy., 1927


Box 194 Hsu, Tun Chan. The council of the League of Nations., 1930


Box 194 Jaeger, H.E. International law as a part of the municipal law of the U.S. The circumstances leading to the promulgation of the Monroe Doctrine. The law of Angary in international law., 1926


Box 194 Jaeger, Walter H. Introduction a une etude sur les rapports entre le droit international public et le droit public francais., 1927



Box 195 Krylov, S. B. Materials for the history of the United Nations., 1949


Box 195 Laing, Lionel H. Merchant shipping legislation (and other papers) submitted with application for fellowship., 1934


Box 195 Lipovanu, Ioan. L'apatridie…, 1935


Box 195 Liu, Shih Shun. Extraterritoriality: its rise and its decline., 1924


Box 195 Lotz, Walther. "Die deutsche Staatsfinanz-Wirthchaft in Kriege" (trans. By Prof. W. Alison Phillips), 1924



Box 196 Lycan, Gilbert L. The place of neutrality in the present international society (and other papers)., 1935


Box 196 MacKenzie, N.A.M. Miscellaneous Articles., 1926


Box 196 Marshall, Charles Burton. Problems in the adjudication of international claims: the arbitrations between the United States and Mexico under the conventions of September 8 and 10, 1923., 1935


Box 196 Micheles, Vera. Dual nationality and absence of nationality during the World War and after., 1926


Moore, Roger D.


Box 196 International law and the Ruhr., 1926


Box 196 The friendship of the English-speaking peoples., 1924



Box 197 Aspects of international life. (clipping thesis). 1926.


Box 197 Münch, Friedrich. The delimitation of waters under national control., 1931


Box 197 Noble, George Bernard. International attitudes., 1925


Box 197 Ogdon, Montell. Influences of the concept of the independence and equality of states upon the law of diplomatic immunity., 1934


Box 197 Pasching, Walter. The rules contained in the "General principals of law recognized by civilized nations"…, 1932



Box 198 Randolph, Bessie Carter. Regional understandings., 1926


Raphael, Maxwell I.


Box 198 International law and the French revolution, a preliminary bibliography., 1924


Box 198 The right of separate action in the enforcement of the treaty of Versailles., 1924


Box 198 Reiff, Henry. Memorandum on an inquiry onto the legal status of government ships employed in commerce. Consent as a juristic basis of international law. An inquiry into the enforcement of certain multi-lateral conventions by the United States., 1927


Box 198 Ronhovde, Andreas G. Discrimination in the treatment of aliens., 1934


Box 198 Sewell, Franklin Clarence. The nature and interpretation of treaties. 1932.


Shiman, Russell Gardner.



Box 199 The relations of the United States with France during the peace negotiations of 1782. The origin and birth of the British labour party. The establishment of the gold exchange standard in the Philippines., 1927


Box 199 The United States and the conference of Algesiras., 1927


Box 199 Shipman, Gordon D. The inequality of states in international organization., 1932


Box 199 Stone, Ivan M. The relation of petroleum to American foreign policy., 1926


Box 199 Suzuki, Kazumi. The Responsibility of States for Acts of Political Parties., 1935


Box 199 Thormodsgard, Olaf H. Constitutional law-search and seizure-self incrimination., 1926


Box 199 Thormodsgard, Olaf H. and Moore, Roger D. Recognition in international law., 1926


Box 199 Timm, Charles August . The Diplomatic relations between Brazil and the United States., 1927



Box 200 Toelle, J.H.


Box 200 The Court of claims; its jurisdiction and principal decision bearing on international law., 1925


Box 200 The rights of the United States in the post-war settlement., 1925


Box 200 The Status of the territory of Memel., 1925


Trautwein, Dorothy A.


Box 200 Custom and present day international law., 1930


Box 200 The status of diplomatic agents engaged in trade or other unofficial activities., 1930


Box 200 Vallindas, Peter. Uniformity of interpretation of the international treaties in private international law., 1932


Box 200 Walker, Adolf. Comment on Article 15 of the Convention on Treaties adopted by the 6th International Conference of American States, Havana, 1928., 1930


Box 200 Whiteman, Marjorie. In the moot court of appeal. Action for specific performance of contract., 1928


Box 200 Wilcox, Francis Orlando. Induced ratification to international conventions. 184 p., 1934


Box 200 Williams, Edward B. The convention on treaties, Havana, 1928. Article II., 1931


Wilson, Robert R.


Box 200 Bartolus' theory of an international system., 1923


Box 200 Foreign consulships under the confederate states of Ameri, ca. 1924


Box 200 The progress of international arbitrations since the world war., 1925


Box 200 Wynne, Edward C. Japanese Feudalism., 1925



Box 201 Yokota, K. The league of Nations in its Relation to International Law., 1928


Subseries IV.E: Meetings, 1928-1947

(1 box, 2 volumes)



Box 202 1928-1929 1940-1947, 1928-1929, 1940-1947



Volume 400 Institute of International Law Meeting, 1929



Volume 401 Institute of International Law Meeting, 1929


Subseries IV.F: Promotion, 1923-1949

(2 boxes)

The fellowships file includes summaries of applications for the years 1935-1936 and 1936-1937.



Box 202 Fellowships, 1923, 1926, 1935-1937


Box 202 Teaching, 1937-1948



Box 203 Inter-American Academy of Comparative and International Law, 1937-1949


Subseries IV.G: Reports and publications, 1936-1948, undated

(3 folders)



Box 204 This subseries includes programs, brochures, reports, and conference proceedings created as a result of or related to activities of the Division of International Law.


Subseries IV.H: Report on Teaching of International Law, 1913-1921

(4 volumes)

The volumes in this subseries are indexed. (Indices are available in RBML. Electronic versions of the indices are in preparation.) )



Volume 394 1913



Volume 395 1913



Volume 396 1921



Volume 397 1921

Series V: Conferences and Institutes

(14 boxes)

This series comprises the Endowment's files on the national and international conferences and institutes in which it participated or maintained an interest, as well as those it organized or funded. The files reflect the work of all three divisions and the secretary's office of the Endowment.



Box 204 Advisory Committee on the Research on International Law, 1937


Box 204 America Japan Student Conference (Second and Fourth), 1934-1937


Box 204 America's Commitments for Peace, Conference on, 1945


Box 204 American Committee of the House of Commons, 1937


Box 204 American International Relations, National Conference on, 1926


American Scientific Congresses



Box 205 Seventh, 1931


Eighth


Box 205 1939-1940 April, 1939-1940



Box 206 1940 June -Dec, 1942, 1940, 1942


Box 206 American States, Eighth International Conference of (Lima, Peru), 1938


Box 206 American States, Ninth International Conference of, 1945 1948, 1945, 1948


Box 206 American Studies in Higher Education in Great Britain, Conference on, 1938-1939


Box 206 Anglo-American Conference for Professors of History, 1923


Box 206 Associaciones de Comercio y Produccion, Conferencia Americana de (Montevideo), 1940-1941



Box 207 Boston Conference on Distribution, 1946-1947


Box 207 British and American Students Conference at the University of Michigan, 1931


Box 207 British and American Professors of English, Conference of, 1923


Box 207 Carnegie Endowment Consultative Group Conferences, 1944


Box 207 Chatham House-International Chamber of Commerce Joint Economic Survey, 1934-1935


Box 207 China Conference, 1930


Box 207 Columbia Conference, 1935


Box 207 Congress of Comparative Law, 1932-1934


Box 207 Dawes Plan, London Conference on, 1924


Box 207 Debates in Puerto Rico, 1929



Box 208 Disarmament Conference (Radio Addresses), 1932


Box 208 Documents Distribution, Second and Third Conferences on, 1947-1948


Box 208 Dumbarton Oaks Peace Conference, 1944-1945


Box 208 Earlham Institute of Foreign Affairs, 1935-1937



Box 209 Economic Conference, 1932


Box 209 Education and Citizenship, National Conference on (McGill University), 1926


Box 209 Educational Reconstruction in Central and Eastern Europe, Institute on, 1943


Box 209 Institute of Current World Affairs, 1926


Box 209 Institute of European Relations, 1930


Box 209 Institute of Government: University of Omaha, 1939


Box 209 Institute of Human Relations: University of North Carolina, 1938


Box 209 Institute of International Relations, University of Oklahoma, 1942 1945, 1942, 1945


Box 209 Institute of Public Affairs, Athens, Georgia, 1931-1937


Box 209 Institute of Public Affairs, Southern Methodist University, 1935-1947



Box 210 Institute of Public Affairs, University of Virginia, 1929-1943


Box 210 Institute of Statesmanship: Rollins College, 1929


Box 210 Institute of World Affairs (Arlington, VA), 1940


Box 210 Institute of World Affairs, Maine, 1935


Box 210 Inter-American Academy of Comparative and International Law (Havana), Second Annual Session of the, 1946-1947


Box 210 International Administration, Conference on Experience in (Washington), 1943


Box 210 International Congress of Psychology (Ninth), 1929


Box 210 International Congress (Sixth) of Genetics and the Third International Congress of Eugenics, 1930-1932


Box 210 International Geological Congress (Sixteenth), 1932


Box 210 International Peace Campaign, 1936



Box 211 International Problems and Relations (Briarcliff Manor, N.Y.), National Conference on, 1926


Box 211 International Studies Conference, 1946


Box 211 Interorganizational Conference, 1946-1948


Box 211 Kansas Institute (Third) of International Relations, 1938


Box 211 Kyoto Conference, 1930


Box 211 League of Nations Secretariat, Exploratory Conference on the experience of the, 1942-1943


London Conference, 1934-1935


Box 211 1934-1935 Jan, 1934-1935



Box 212 1935 Feb-March, 1935


Box 212 London meeting, 1939


Box 212 Michigan Law Conference, 1937

See also: University of Michigan. Seventh Summer Session.


Box 212 1937 Jan-May, 1937



Box 213 1937 June -1938 Jan, 1937


Box 213 National Council of Scientific, Professional, Art and White Collar Organizations, 1945-1946


Box 213 National Farm Institute, 1947


Box 213 National Organizations for the United Nations, Conference of, 1946


Box 213 Pan American Child Congress (Fifth), 1926


Box 213 Pan American Congress of Mining, Engineering and Geology, 1942


Box 213 Pan American Scientific Congress (Third), Lima, 1924


Box 213 Pan Pacific Science Congress (Third), 1926


Box 213 Paris Conference for the Study of Cultural Relations Among Nations, 1948


Box 213 Peace Institute, Oberlin College, 1935-1937


Box 213 Princeton Meeting on Latin America, 1941


Box 213 Public Affairs Forum: Berea College, 1942


Box 213 Public Affairs Institute Genesco, New York, 1944



Box 214 Public Affairs Institute of Kansas City, 1941


Box 214 Public Forum, Omaha, Nebraska, 1942-1945


Box 214 Saint Louis Institute on Peace Problems, 1944-1945


Box 214 Scientific Spirit and Democratic Faith, Inc., Conference on the, 1946


Box 214 Seminars on Problems of United States Foreign Policy, Dartmouth College, 1947


Box 214 South Carolina Conference of Social Work, 1947


Box 214 Southern Students Conference on International Relations, 1925


Box 214 Summer Institute of Politics, Bethlehem, Pa., 1942-1943


Box 214 Teachers of International Law, 7th Conference of, 1937 1941-1942, 1937, 1941-1942


Box 214 Teachers of International Law and Related Subjects, Eighth Conference of, 1946-1947



Box 215 Textile Conference at Washington, 1937


Box 215 Training for International Administration, Conference on, 1943-1945


United Nations Conference on International Organizations

The Endowment was invited by the Secretary of State to send representatives to serve as consultants to the American delegation at the United Nations Conference on International Organization held at San Francisco, April 25-June 26, 1945 at which the Charter of the United Nations was drafted and signed.


Box 215 General, 1945 May -Sept (Includes photos), 1945


Box 215 Notes, drafts, proposals, resolutions


Box 215 Press releases



Box 216 Meeting minutes, 1945 May, 1945


Box 216 Printed matter



Box 217 University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Seventh Summer Session on International Law, 1937-1938

See also: Michigan Law Conference (this series) and Series VI. Organizations. Summer sessions (box 263.4)


Box 217 Washington Conference. Special Committee for Peace and Law throughout the UN, 1947


Box 217 World Organizations, Institute on, 1942


Box 217 World Peace Conference (F. Joliot-Curie), 1950


Box 217 World University Convocation, 1943


Box 217 Young Adults on Citizenship and Public Affairs of the New York State Community Service Council Cornell University (Ithaca, New York), Third Annual State Conference of, 1944

Series VI: Organizations

(52 boxes)

The Endowment cooperated with many organizations (governmental and non-governmental, national and international) to foster greater and more pervasive understanding of international relations and to increase support for international laws, cooperation, and accommodation.

These files represent the work of all three divisions and the secretary's office of the Endowment. They consist of correspondence, memoranda, minutes, agenda, press releases, pamphlets, periodicals, and other publications.

See also Series III.B. Topical volumes.


Box 217 Academie de Droit International de la Haye (Academy of International Law at the Hague), 1926-1927 1937, 1926-1927, 1937


Box 217 The Academy of Political Science, 1945


Box 217 Academy of World Economics, 1949


Box 217 Albanian-American School of Agriculture, 1931


Box 217 The Allied Circle, 1944-1945


Box 217 American Academy of Arts and Letters, 1929-1932


Box 217 American Academy of Political Science, 1931


Box 217 The American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1936-1924 1947-1948, 1936-1924, 1947-1948


Box 217 American Arbitration Association, 1926


Box 217 American Art Association, 1923


Box 217 American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1933


Box 217 American Association of Museums, 1929


Box 217 American Association of University Women, 1929-1930


American Bar Association, 1937-1947


Box 217 1937-1942



Box 218 1943-1947


Box 218 American Chinese Committee of the Mass Education Movement, 1946-1948


Box 218 American Committee in Geneva, 1926-1939


American Council on Education, 1925-1926 1936 1943-1950, 1925-1926, 1936, 1943-1950


Box 218 1925-1926 1936, 1925-1926, 1936



Box 219 1943-1950


Box 219 American Council of Foreign Bond Holders, 1933


Box 219 American Council of Learned Societies, 1941-1946


Box 219 American Council on Public Affairs, 1939


Box 219 American Country Life Association, 1943-1944


Box 219 American Farm School, 1932


Box 219 American Federation of Labor, 1944-1945

This file includes material regarding a statement of foreign policy issued by Commission to Study the Organization of Peace, the AFL National Post War Forum in NYC, the Dumbarton Oaks Proposal, and the magazine article "Building a Lasting Peace" by James T. Shotwell.



Box 220 American Friends Service Committee, 1946-1947


Box 220 The American Foundation, Inc., 1924-1933


Box 220 American Geographical Society, 1947



Box 221 American Historical Association, 1938-1939


Box 221 American Institute of International Law, 1945


Box 221 American Institute in Prague, 1925-1933

Includes personal reports on political situation in and around Germany.


Box 221 American Japan Student Conference, 1938


Box 221 American Labor Conference on International Affairs, 1944-1945


Box 221 American Museum of Natural History, 1925


Box 221 American National Committee to Cooperate with the Committee on International Cooperation of the League of Nations, 1926


Box 221 American National Livestock Association, 1941


Box 221 American Peace Society, 1926 1929 1935-1939 1944-1947, 1926, 1929, 1935-1939, 1944-1947

The APS had as its purpose the advance of the general use of conciliation, arbitration, judicial methods, and other peaceful means of avoiding and adjusting differences among nations. The file includes the publications "Pan Americana", "The New Panamericana", as well as the Pan American Peace Conference manuscript by Jame M. Yepes and a Statement on Dumbarton Oaks Proposal by Butler.


Box 221 American Permanent International Exposition, 1926


Box 221 American Relief for France, Inc., 1946-1947

ARF was a voluntary organization whose purpose was to raise funds for French rehabilitation and promote American-French friendship through cultural exchanges, libraries, and other means. Correspondence in these files deals mainly with appointment of the Associate Director of CEIP to the Board of Directors of ARF, Canteen Centers in Relief Areas, fund raising, meeting announcements and minutes, planning for a hospital in Saint-Lo, France, and copies of the bulletin "American Aid to France."


Box 221 The American Russian Institute, 1943-1945



Box 222 American School in Japan, 1920-1932


Box 222 American Slav Institute at Prague, 1925-1926


Box 222 American Society of International Law, 1945-1949


Box 222 American Union for Concerted Peace Efforts, 1939


Box 222 American University Graduate School, 1930


Box 222 American University Union, 1926-1946


Box 222 The American-Yugoslav Society, Inc, 1927


Box 222 Americans United for World Organization, Inc, 1944-1945


Box 222 Amerika Institut, 1926-1939


Box 222 The Association of the Bar of the City of New York, 1928-1929


Box 222 Association des Mouvements Internationaux de Solidarite pour le Rapprochment Entre les Peuples, 1947



Box 223 Association Yougoslave de Droit International, 1937


Box 223 Austrian League for the United Nations, 1946


Box 223 Austro-American Institute of Education, 1926 1929 1930-1938, 1926, 1929, 1930-1938



Box 224 Atlantic Union Committee, 1949


Box 224 Bank for International Settlements, 1930-1931


Box 224 Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, 1949


Box 224 La Bienvenue Francaise, 1923-1931


Box 224 The Brookings Institution, 1947


Box 224 Brooks-Bright Foundation, 1929


Box 224 Byrd Associates, 1937


Box 224 Camp Fire Girls, 1931


Box 224 Canada-United States Committee on Education, 1946


Box 224 Catholic Council for International Relations, 1937


Box 224 The Central and Eastern European Planning Board, 1942-1945


Box 224 Centre Francais de Documentation, 1939


Box 224 Character Education Institution, USA, 1927



Box 225 Chinese Students' Christian Association in North America, 1944-1947


Box 225 Chinese Students Committee on Allowances, 1925


Box 225 Church Peace Union, 1925 1938 1943-1947, 1925, 1938, 1943-1947


Box 225 Citizens for World Cooperation, 1943-1944


Box 225 Comite de Celebration de 80 Anniversaire de M. Paul Milioukov, 1939


Box 225 Committee on the Consideration of Inter-Governmental Debts, 1933-1934


Box 225 Committee on Cultural Relations with Latin America, 1930-1936


Box 225 Committee on Educational Publicity, 1929



Box 226 Committee on the Study of Teaching Materials on Inter-American Subjects of the American Council on Education, 1944


Box 226 Committee for the Tenth Anniversary of League of Nations, 1929


Box 226 Common Council for American Unity, 1942-1947


Box 226 The Cooperative Education Society, 1946


Council on Foreign Relations, 1927-1947


Box 226 1927-1939



Box 227 1940-1947


Box 227 Council for a Lasting Peace, 1943-1944



Box 228 Council on World Affairs, 1937-1947


Box 228 Denver Central Committee, 1945-1946


Box 228 Denver Citizens for Victory, 1945


Box 228 Detroit Committee for the Study of the Organization of Peace, 1943


Box 228 Deutsche Hochscule Fur Politik, 1926 1932, 1926, 1932


Box 228 Economic Club of Detroit, 1937


Box 228 Economic Policy Committee, 1938-1941


Box 228 Includes correspondence regarding the National Farm Institute and photographs.


Box 228 Emergency Committee to Save the Jewish People of Europe, 1944



Box 229 English-speaking Union of the United States, 1925-1938


Box 229 Experiment in International Living, 1947


Box 229 Farmers Educational and Cooperative Union, 1941


Box 229 Federacion de Estudiantes de Habla Espanola, 1917


Box 229 Federated American Chambers of Commerce of the Near East, Inc., 1925


Box 229 Foreign Policy Association, 1926-1946


Box 229 Foundation de L'Alliance Francaise, 1923



Box 230 France-Amerique, 1921-1923


Box 230 Franco-American Bulletin, 1923


Box 230 Free World Association, 1944


Box 230 General International Students Organizations, 1929-1930

This file includes correspondence regarding the Second World Youth Conference, British and American Students Conference on International Affairs, Sixth Annual British and Dominions Conferences, Federation Universitaire International pour la SDN, Confederation Internationale des Etudiants, Intercollegiate Disarmament Council, National Student Federation of the USA, International Student Hospitality Association, and the Geneva School of International Studies.


Box 230 Geneva Federation, 1925


Box 230 The Geneva School of International Studies, 1926


Box 230 Greater N.Y. Federation of Churches, 1936-1943


Box 230 The Girl Scouts, Inc., 1941-1946


Box 230 Grotius Society and International Law Association, 1936-1948


Box 230 Indiana Committee for Victory, 1943-1945



Box 231 Indiana Council on International Relations, 1929-1936


Box 231 Institute Balkanique, 1935


Institute of International Education, 1919 1923-1946, 1919, 1923-1946


Box 231 1919 1923-1929, 1919, 1923-1929



Box 232 1930-1946


Institute of Pacific Relations, 1925-1950



Box 233 1925-1927 Aug, 1925-1927



Box 234 1927 Sept-1928, 1927



Box 235 1929-1930 Sept, 1929-1930



Box 236 1930 Oct-1933, 1930



Box 237 1934-1938



Box 238 1939-1950


American Council


Box 238 Minutes, 1928-1931



Box 239 Publications and reports


Box 239 Clippings, 1927-1931


Box 239 Institute of Public Affairs, 1928-1929


Box 239 Institute on World Organization, 1941-1947


Box 239 Instituto Argentino de Derecho International, 1936-1937 </