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

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.

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Subseries VII.A: Academy of International Law at the Hague

The Academy of International Law was installed in 1923 in the Hague Peace Palace donated by Carnegie in 1913. From 1923 to 1939 the Academy was held for two months every summer. The average annual attendance exceeded three hundred.The over six thousand students who attended represented sixty-two nationalities. The attendees included students, teachers, diplomats, and specialists in international affairs. A number of them went on scholarships offered by their governments. Some two hundred authorities (from forty different countries) on many different aspects of international law delivered the lectures. These lectures, comprising 363 courses, have been printed in 66 volumes and published under the title "Recueil des Cours".


Correspondence


1922-1947



Box 269 1948-1949


Box 269 Scholarship applications and correspondence


Box 269 1935-1938



Box 270 1938-1948


Box 270 Circulars and course descriptions


Subseries VII.B: Aid to Refugees, 1926, 1933-1948



Box 271 After World War One and during and after World War Two, the Endowment received requests from refugees and displaced persons to help them gain access to the United States. This file, in chronological order, contains a sampling of the requests and the Endowment's replies.


Subseries VII.C: American Academy of Arts and Letters, 1918-1922

This correspondence deals with various functions undertaken jointly by the Academy and the Division of Intercourse and Education. These functions were designed to promote friendship between the American, English, French and Italian peoples through the medium of commemorating the births of great figures in world literature.


Box 271 1918-1919 Jan, 1918-1919



Box 272 1919 Jan-1922, 1919


Subseries VII.D: American Library Association, 1925-1947


Box 272 1925-1927



Box 273 1929-1947


Subseries VII.E: American Library in Paris, 1923-1947

To fill the need for books and magazines among the soldiers, the American Library Association established the American Library in Paris. This wartime venture was so successful that in 1919 the American residents took over the small collection to start a library of their own. The library was incorporated according to the laws of the State of Delaware as a non-profit organization on May 20, 1920. The American Library Association established an endowment fund of $25,000 for the library. The re-organization of the library in 1946 was aided by funds contributed by the Carnegie Endowment.



Box 274 1923-1925 1941-1945, 1923-1925, 1941-1945



Box 275 1946-1947


Subseries VII.F: Armistice Day Programs, 1933-1939

Over the years the Endowment instigated and sponsored Armistice Day Programs throughout the United States. The emphasis was on mass meetings with well-known speakers to advocate peace. At the end of the 1930s much of the Endowments effort in these programs went towards sponsoring nation and world-wide radio programs.


Box 275 1933-1935



Box 276 1936-1939


Subseries VII.G: Atomic Energy Committee, 1945-1949

On December 10, 1945 the Trustees of the Endowment appointed a Committee on Atomic Energy consisting of some forty physical scientists, industrial engineers, political scientists, and trustees of the Endowment to study the possibility of the control of atomic energy as a weapon of destruction and the economic and social adjustments which May be required due to its discovery. Dr. James T. Shotwell was Chairman of the Committee. Five subcommittees were formed to deal with special problems. The Committee held five full meetings during 1945 and 1946.


Box 276 Members of the Committee


Box 276 Formation of the Committee


Box 276 Reports and meeting minutes



Box 277 Draft Convention


Box 277 Committee on Economics-Industrial uses of Atomic Energy


Box 277 Committee on Inspection and Control


Box 277 Committee on Inspection of Raw Materials


Box 277 Legal Committee


Box 277 Committee on Manufacturing


Organizations of Scientists



Box 278 General


Box 278 American Association of Scientific Workers


Box 278 Association of Cambridge Scientists


Box 278 Association of Los Alamos Scientists


Box 278 Association of Manhattan Project Scientists


Box 278 Association of Oak Ridge Scientists and Engineers


Box 278 Association of Pasadena Scientists


Box 278 Association of Philadelphia Scientists


Box 278 Atomic Energy Committee of California


Box 278 Atomic Scientists of Chicago


Box 278 Conferences


Box 278 Conference on "Problems of War and Peace in the Atomic Age" (verbatim transcript), 1946


Box 278 Dayton Association of Atomic Scientists


Box 278 Federation of American Scientists


Box 278 Estes Park Conference


Box 278 Federation of Atomic Scientists


Box 278 National Committee on Atomic Information


Box 278 Office for the study of the social aspects of atomic energy at the University of Chicago



Box 279 Rochester Section-Federation of American Scientists


Box 279 Rocket Research Group-Allegany Ballistics Laboratory


Box 279 Science Society of Washington


Box 279 Social Science Foundation-University of Denver


Alphabetical files


Box 279 A-C


Box 279 CEIP


Box 279 D-H


Box 279 International


Box 279 Alphabetical files (continued)



Box 280 J-M


Box 280 McMahon Committee


Box 280 N-O


Box 280 Office


Box 280 P


Box 280 Publicity


Box 280 R


Box 280 Radio


Box 280 S


Box 280 Shotwell, James


Box 280 Speeches and articles


Box 280 State Department


Box 280 T-U


Box 280 United Nations


Box 280 United States Chamber of Commerce


Box 280 United States Government


Box 280 V-Y


Subseries VII.H: Beyond Victory Radio Programs, 1943-1948



Box 281 The Beyond Victory Radio Program was a series of weekly broadcasts begun in 1943 under the combined auspices of the World Wide Broadcasting foundation and the Endowment to give Americans a clear and unbiased picture of postwar issues through discussions by speakers outstanding in their respective fields. The Office of War Information made use of "Beyond Victory" scripts in overseas broadcasts.


Subseries VII.I: Biblioteca Interamericana, 1916-1947


Box 281 The Endowment published the Spanish-language series "Biblioteca Interamericana" to increase the knowledge of United States history, literature, education, civics and economics in Latin America.


Subseries VII.J: Canadian American Relations, 1933-1948

In December 1933 the Director of the Division of Economics and History, James Shotwell, laid before the Trustees a porposed a study of Canadian-American relations; the Trustees approved the proposed study and gave Shotwell $10,000 that had been received from the Carnegie Corporation for the project. In 1935 the Division began the publication of the Canadian-American studies. 25 works were published. The Division also held 4 biennial conferences on Canadian-American Relations: June 1935; June 1937; June 1939; and June 1941.


Box 281 1933-1935



Box 282 1936-1948


Subseries VII.K: Chaplain, The, 1945-1947


Box 282 The General Commission on Army and Navy Chaplains and the Endowment collaborated in the inclusion of material on international affairs and organization in The Chaplain, a monthly journal (edition of 10,000 distributed free to all Protestant chaplains, representative Church people, theological school libraries, and editors of religious journals) published in cooperation with the National Council of the Service Men's League, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.


Subseries VII.L: Chautauquas, 1915-1916

The name Chautauqua is taken from Chautauqua, New York, the place where Chautauqua Assembly, a name later changed to Chautauqua Institution was organized in 1874. The Institution conducted a series of lectures of entertainment, covering a period of several days or weeks, usually during the vacation or holiday season. The Chautauqua movement spread throughout the U.S.: there were more than 3,000 local organizations of this nature by 1915. The annual attendance at Chautauqua, New York, alone, included 3,500 students.

Correspondence concerns the lecturers and their topics.


Box 282 Albert T. Barrett


Box 282 Atherton Brownell



Box 283 Edward M. Earle


Box 283 J.C. Hall


Box 283 Hamilton Holt


Box 283 Hamilton Wright Mabie


Box 283 Spencer Miller, Jr.


Box 283 Charles Pearce


Box 283 Leland R. Robinson


Box 283 James L. Slayden


Box 283 James F. Stutesman


Box 283 Stephen S. Wise


Box 283 Reports on Chautauqua movement and its effectiveness


Subseries VII.M: Civil Aviation, 1944


Box 283 Civil Avaition, 1944


Subseries VII.N: Commission to study the organization of peace, 1940-1948

The Commission was an outgrowth of the American peace movement, owing its origin to the need for coordination of effort . The effort to coordinate the various elementsof the American peace movement into one great federal union in the National Peace Conference had failed to produce agreement on more than one major issue because of the difference of opinion on the question of pacifism. The Commission proposed to proceed by a wholly different line than that of a direct attack upon war itself. It concentrated rather upon the creation of adequate substitutes for war and the strengthening of the institutions of justice and fair dealing in international affairs. The Endowment helped support the Commission's publication and distribution programs and maintain the regional commissions.


Box 283 1940-1942



Box 284 1942 July -1944 June, 1942



Box 285 1944 July -1947 May, 1944



Box 286 1947 June -1948, 1947


Subseries VII.O: Committee to Aid Czechoslovakia

Late in 1938 the Committee was formed in response to the urgent requests from organizations and individuals both in the United States and in Europe. The aim of the American Committee was to raise funds for the immediate relief of distress and the resettlement of refugees of all nationalities from the Sudetan area. Special contact was made with Jan Masaryk who came to the United States to speak for his country as a private individual. The Carnegie Endowment provided $6,000 for administrative expenses so that every dollar contributed would be expended to relieve suffering.

These files include correspondece regarding the study of relief needs, publicity material, concerning the Masaryk Institute, the American and Czech Red Cross, refugees, and the Czech Church. Other material includes press release, pamphlets, newspaper clippings, reports, statistical information, and curriculum vitae of Czech individuals.


Box 286 1938 Jan-Dec, 1938



Box 287 1938 Dec-1939 April, 1938



Box 288 1939 May -1940, 1939


Box 288 Press releases


Box 288 Clippings and printed matter


Subseries VII.P: Committee on International Economic Policy

The Committee on International Economic Policy grew out of a long-standing association between the International Chamber of Commerce and the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. The Copenhagen Congress of the International Chamber held in June 1939 created a Committee for International Economic Reconstruction under the chairmanship of Mr. Thomas J. Watson who, in June 1944 took the initiative in forming the Committee on International Economic Policy in order to carry out the research plans of the International Committee under the new conditions created by World War II. The Committee's form and purposes were the subject of agreement between the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and the International Chamber of Commerce. The Committee thus formed, under the chairmanship of Winthrop W. Aldrich, consisted of a group of United States citizens, drawn mainly from business and educational circles. It worked closely with such bodies as the Chamber of Commerce of the United States, the National Foreign Trade Council,and the United States Associates of the International Chamber.


General Correspondence, 1937-1949



Box 289 1937-1946 May, 1937-1946



Box 290 1946 June -1948 Sept, 1946



Box 291 1948 Oct-1949, 1948


Authors, 1944-1948


Box 291 Basch, Antonin "Industrial Property in Europe"


Box 291 Behrendt, Dr. Richard H. "Inter-American Economic Relation"


Box 291 Bidwell, Dr. Percy W. "A Commercial Policy for the United Nations"


Box 291 Condliffe, Dr. John B. "The International Economic Outlook" also "Exchange Stabilization"


Box 291 Davis, Dr. Joseph S. "International Commodity Agreements"



Box 292 Deperon, Paul "International Double Taxation"


Box 292 Fox, Melvin J. "Imports and Wages"


Box 292 Gerschenkron, Dr. Alexander "Economic Relations with the USSR"


Box 292 Gulick, Robert L. Jr. "Imports-the Gain from Trade"


Box 292 Letiche J.M. "The Reciprocal Trade Agreements in the World Economy"


Box 292 Reed, Philip D. "Reciprocal Trade Policy and European Recovery"


Box 292 Ridgeway, George "Merchants of Peace"


Box 292 Taylor, Amos E. "The Ten Per Cent Fallacy"


Box 292 Whidden, Dr. Howard P. "Preferences and Discriminations in International Trade"


Box 292 Young, Arthur "The Financial Reconstruction of China"


Specific Topics


The Anglo-American Financial Agreement


Box 292 1845-1946 Feb, 1845-1946



Box 293 1946 Mar-Dec, 1946


Box 293 Press releases, reports, clippings


Marshall Plan, 1947-1948


Box 293 1947-1948


Box 293 Press releases



Box 294 Publications and clippings


Box 294 Reciprocal Trade Program (RTA), 1943-1948


The Scherman Study (the relation of foreign trade to domestic economy), 1942-1945



Box 295 1943-1947


Box 295 Reports and data on industrial materials (imports)



Box 296 Reports and data... (cont.)



Box 297 World Trade Foundation, 1945-1946


Published materials, press releases, reports


Box 297 1944-1946



Box 298 1947-1948 undated, 1947-1948, undated


Subseries VII.Q: European Relief after World War I, 1916-1927, 1939


Box 298 Correspondence concerns the Endowment's activities in this field, including the reconstruction of the Library at Reims and buildings at Fargniers, France. Also see files on particular projects.


Subseries VII.R: European Tariff Walls Map, 1929-1933


Box 298 The Endowment helped Sir Clive Morrison-Bell to distribute his map throughout the United States for display to interested groups.


Subseries VII.S: Films: "Made in USA" and others, 1927, 1937, 1944-1949

The film "Made in the USA" was produced under the auspices of the Committee on International Economic Policy in cooperation with the Endowment. It was made available to the International Relations Centers and other groups. A short film, it depicted the dependence of the US on other parts of the world for raw materials required in the manufacturing of a product deemed essential to the American way of life.


Box 298 1927 1937 1944-1946, 1927, 1937, 1944-1946



Box 299 1947-1949


Subseries VII.T: Inter-American Affairs, 1916-1949

One of the goals of the Division of Intercourse and Education was to help familiarize the people of the Americas with each other. In 1917 the Division established the review "Inter-America" that published English translations of articles from Spanish and Portuguese periodicals and Spanish translations of articles from American sources. The Division also sent a fortnightly summary of international events in Spanish (compiled originally only for the International Relations Clubs in Spanish-speaking countries) to over twelve hundred editors, teachers, lawyers, government officials, and librarians who requested it. In 1931 the Division cooperated with the Instituto Cultural Argentino-Norteamericano, which was organized in 1927 by Argentine citizens for the purpose of promoting understanding and contacts between the people of Argentina and the people of the United States.

These files include correspondence regarding general administration of Latin-American Affairs, financing, publications, scholastic aid, general policy, and meetings of various conferences and organizations; they also contain photographs, printed materials, and mimeographed matter.


Box 299 1916-1936



Box 300 1937-1943



Box 301 1944-1949


Publications, reports, proceedings, minutes, clippings


Box 301 1927-1941



Box 302 1942-1949


Subseries VII.U: International Conciliation, 1907-1947

International Conciliationwas the only periodical publication of the Division of Intercourse and Education; it was issued monthly with the exception of July and August . It was originally founded by the American Association for International Conciliation in 1907 and appeared under its imprint until July 1925 when that Association was dissolved and its activities assumed by the Endowment. Its contents included addresses on vital international questions by distinguished leaders of opinion of many countries, proceedings of international conferences, and texts of official treaties and statements. The publication was recognized as a reliable source of information for those who were interested in law, education, ethics, economics and government. International Conciliation was printed in editions of twenty-four thousand, the mailing list numbered twenty thousand, approximately half of which was in the United States and half in foreign countries.

Material in these files includes manuscripts, interoffice memoranda, reports on the USSR and the United Nations, and letters and reports of International Relations Clubs dating from when the clubs were under the auspices of the American Association for International Conciliation.



Box 303 1907-1923 May, 1907-1923



Box 304 1923 June -1935, 1923



Box 305 1936-1944



Box 306 1945-1947


Subseries VII.V: International Mind Alcoves, 1922-1946

To increase the material on international relations available to the American reading public the Endowment established International Mind Alcoves in selected American libraries in 1922. Alcoves were established in selected public libraries in small communities throughout the United States and in a number of State libraries. Each Alcove was sent a collection of books on international relations four times a year, until a total of approximately one hundred volumes had been distributed, at which time the library was dropped from the list and another added. The Endowment discontinued the systematic distribution of books to the International Mind Alcoves in 1948.


Box 306 1919-1946


Box 306 Photographs


Subseries VII.W: International Relations Centers, 1925-1948

These files on International Relations Centers are composed primarily of the reports sent to the Endowment by the various regional centers of peace organizations. These reports are summaries of the individual projects that were undertaken and developed through the different centers. The files also contain correspondence, photographs, pamphlets, mimeographed matter, radio scripts, and leaflets.


Box 306 1925-1941



Box 307 1942-1943 June, 1942-1943



Box 308 1943 July -1945 April, 1943



Box 309 1945 May -1948 undated, 1945, undated


Box 309 Photographs



Box 310 Publications, 1930-1935 1940-1947 undated, 1930-1935, 1940-1947, undated


Subseries VII.X: International Relations Clubs, 1927-1948

The International Relations Clubs were groups of students organized under the auspices of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in universities, colleges, and normal schools for the study of international relations. Two publications were issued by the Endowment for the IRC's: "The Fortnightly Summary of International Events" and a Spanish edition called the "Resumen. "

In January 1932 there were 384 active International Relations Clubs. There were clubs in every state of the Union, in the Philippines, and in Puerto Rico, and clubs in China, Japan, Iran, Australia, New Zealand, and the Union of South Africa, Canada, the British Isles, and Latin America. By 1947 there were 842 college clubs alone, offering guidance to approximately 25,000 to 30,000 students in international relations.


Correspondence


Box 310 1922-1926



Box 311 1927-1949


Box 311 General file, 1927-1948



Box 312 Sample letters, 1926-1928


Box 312 Sample club material


Box 312 Applications (with photographs when available), 1929


Box 312 General Information on Model Assembly of the League of Nations, 1927


Box 312 Lists of IRC, 1933-1940


Box 312 Maps


Box 312 Noticias de las Centros de Relaciones Internacionales, 1922 1934-1937, 1922, 1934-1937


Box 312 Photographs


Box 312 Printed matter, 1908 1925-1929 1934-1944, 1908, 1925-1929, 1934-1944



Box 313 Reports, bulletins, etc.


Subseries VII.Y: International Visits


Box 313 General file, 1930-1945


Box 313 Argentines, 1933


Box 313 Bonn, Dr. Moritz J., 1929


Box 313 Cambridge University Medical Society, 1926


Box 313 Craigmyle, Lord, 1932


Box 313 Cryan, Mrs. Amy, 1926-1927


Educators


Box 313 British Educators to the U.S., 1932


Box 313 Chilean Educators to the U.S., 1934


Box 313 U.S. Educators and Agriculturalists to South America, 1941


Box 313 Einstein, Louis, 1923-1924


Box 313 Gaede, Dr. William, 1946


Box 313 Interparliamentary Union members to the U.S. in, 1925


Box 313 Jackh, Dr. Ernst, 1930-1931


Journalists


American journalists to Europe, 1927



Box 314 1926-1927 July, 1926-1927



Box 315 1927 Aug-Dec, 1927


British journalists to the U.S., 1928


Box 315 1928 Jan-Aug, 1928



Box 316 1928 Sept-Dec, 1928


Box 316 Publications, photographs, clippings


European journalists to the U.S. (1929)


Box 316 1928-1929 April, 1928-1929



Box 317 1929 May -Dec, 1929


Box 317 Publications and clippings


Box 317 U.S. journalists to the Orient, 1929



Box 318 Marley, Lord, 1936


Box 318 Mexican architects, 1931


Box 318 Morocco and Algiers, 1923


Box 318 Nelson, Dr. Ernesto, 1927


Box 318 Oehler, Richard, 1930


Box 318 Phillips, Mr. & Mrs. Clarence, 1931


Professors of Internal Law and Relations to Europe (1926)


Box 318 1925 Dec-1926, 1925



Box 319 1927


Box 319 Publications


Box 319 Romanians to the U.S. (1926)


Box 319 Tomlinson, John D., 1937


Box 319 Ulloa, Alberto, 1926-1949


Box 319 University of Puerto Rico Debating Team, 1930-1931


Subseries VII.Z: Library aid and special gifts of books


Box 319 American Book Center for War Devastated Libraries, 1945-1948



Box 320 American literary and historical books presented to British universities, 1926 1927 1936, 1926, 1927, 1936


Box 320 Anthens College (Greece), 1944-1947


Box 320 Charles University (Prague), 1926


Box 320 City of Tallinn (Estonia), 1929


Box 320 City of Tokyo, 1921


Box 320 Empire Parliamentary Association, 1944-1045


Box 320 Funk, E.M., 1926


Box 320 Hague Library at the Peace Palace, 1943-1947


Box 320 Konsullarakademie (Austria), 1931


Box 320 Library for American Studies in Italy, 1943


Box 320 Library of Congress (USA), 1943


Box 320 Meiji University LIbrary Committee, 1924


Box 320 National Library of Bogota, 1947-1938


Box 320 Pentre, Rhonda, South Wales, 1919


Box 320 Public Library in the Dominican Republic, 1935


Box 320 Reims (France), 1922-1923


Box 320 Spain, gift of 50 books to, 1942-1943


Box 320 Sydney (Australia) Department of Education, 1941


Box 320 Université de Strasbourg, 1921-1922


Box 320 University of California-gift of Latin-American studies book, 1943-1945


Box 320 University Library, Belgrade, 1919-1923 (Includes photographs.), 1919-1923



Box 321 University of Western Australia, 1920-1931


Box 321 Zentralbibliothek, Zurich, 1933


Subseries VII.AA: Louvain Library

The Carnegie Endowment made the initial contribution of $100,000 to the fund for the reconstruction of the Library of the University of Louvain, which was destroyed in World War I. The reconstuction was completed, but the structure was subsequently destroyed in the Second World War.


Box 321 1918-1930 1940-1947, 1918-1930, 1940-1947


Box 321 Publications, photographs, clippings


Subseries VII.BB: Notes and Forecasts, 1947-1949


Box 321 Notes and Forecasts, a fortnightly mimeographed analysis of the major United Nations trends and activities, was developed by the Endowment at the request of a number of observers from organizations accredited to the United Nations who found it difficult to follow all the current developments in the different fields of activity. It provided information not easily available by utilizing a number of sources such as unpublished documents, conversations with members of delegations or the Secretariat, and research on specific topics. It also forecasted future developments within the United Nations. The newsletter was provided without charge as a service of the Endowment to officers and staff members of organizations concerned with the activities of the United Nations, libraries, colleges, editors, lecturers, broadcasters, the State Department, and the United Nations.


Subseries VII.CC: Orient

These files include correspondence and reports dealing with Endowment activities in the Orient and correspondence from individuals in the Orient informing CEIP of their activities.



Box 322 General correspondence, lectures, articles regarding the Orient, 1920 1929-1946, 1920, 1929-1946


Box 322 American School in Japan, 1927-1929


Box 322 American School in Tientsin, 1923


Box 322 Baja, Tiburcio C. (Philippines), 1944


Box 322 Butler message to Japan, 1930-1935


Box 322 Caracristi, Charles, 1942


Box 322 Chinese National Association of the Mass Education Movement, 1930


Box 322 Condliffe, J.B., 1930


Box 322 East and West Association, 1944-1947


Box 322 Greene, Jerome, 1930


Box 322 International library in Shanghai, 1930


Box 322 Investigation of civilian bombardment in China, 1937


Box 322 Japanese-American Citizen's League, 1944-1945


Box 322 Jessup, Phillip, 1942-1943


Box 322 Kawakami, K.K. (Japan), 1924


Box 322 Laboratory for Educational Research in China, 1925


Box 322 Lasker report-Oriental Influences on American Life, 1930


Box 322 Legendre, A.F., 1929



Box 323 Loomis, Francis, 1924-1925


Box 323 Miyazaki, M. (Japan), 1931


Box 323 Monroe, Paul, 1926


Box 323 Moore, Frederick, 1926


Box 323 Oka, Minoru (Japan), 1929


Box 323 Orr, Mark T., 1932 1946, 1932, 1946


Box 323 Pearson, Drew, 1924


Box 323 People's Foreign Relations Association of China, 1941


Box 323 Reports on conditions in China, 1924 1929 1930 1937, 1924, 1929, 1930, 1937


Box 323 Statements on the Sino-Japanese conflicts, 1931-1932


Box 323 Thomas, Elbert D., 1925



Box 322 Yuan, T.L. (China), 1935 1938, 1935, 1938


Subseries VII.DD: Rejected Projects, 1952



Box 323 A-L



Box 324 M-U


Box 324 University of Virginia-Institute of Public Affairs


Box 324 V-Z


Subseries VII.EE: Stresemann Memorial, 1930-1931, 1939


Box 324 On June 21, 1930 Dr. Julius Curtius, then German Minister of Foreign affairs, made a radio address from Berlin, which was broadcast throughout the United States. Dr. Curtius announced the intention of the German people to found a Peace Academy as a memorial to the late Dr. Gustav Stresemann. The Carnegie Endowment made a grant of 100,000 Reichmarks (ca. $25,000) as a contribution in support of this memorial.


Subseries VII.FF: United States Summer Schools, 1915

During the summer of 1915 courses in international affairs and relations were offered at forty-two universities, twenty colleges, and sixteen normal schools in the United States. The Endowment supported many of these programs.


Box 324 Baylor University


Box 324 City of Birmingham, Ala.


Box 324 Butler College


Box 324 University of California


Box 324 University of Colorado


Box 324 Dartmouth College


Box 324 Delaware College


Box 324 University of Denver


Box 324 DePauw University


Box 324 Drake University


Box 324 East Central State Normal (Oklahoma)


Box 324 Fairmount College


Box 324 Fayetteville, Arkansas


Box 324 University of Florida


Box 324 University of Georgia


Box 324 University of Illinois


Box 324 Indiana University


Box 324 University of Kansas



Box 325 Lincoln Memorial University


Box 325 Manual Training High School, Kansas City, Missouri


Box 325 Mercer University


Box 325 Michigan State Normal College


Box 325 University of Mississippi


Box 325 University of Missouri


Box 325 Missouri State Normal School


Box 325 University of Montana


Box 325 University of North Dakota


Box 325 North Texas State Normal College


Box 325 University of Oregon


Box 325 Pacific Unitarian School for the Ministry


Box 325 University of Pennsylvania


Box 325 Rutgers College


Box 325 University of Southern California


Box 325 Stanford University


Box 325 State Normal School, California


Box 325 State Normal School, Noth Dakota


Box 325 State Normal School, West Virginia


Box 325 State Teachers College, Colorado


Box 325 University of Texas


Box 325 University of Vermont


Box 325 University of Virginia


Box 325 State College of Washington


Box 325 West Texas State Normal College


Box 325 West Virginia University


Box 325 Winona State Normal School


Box 325 Wooster Academy, Ohio


Box 325 University of Wyoming


Subseries VII.GG: Vatican Library, 1926-1937

The Endowment cooperated with the Vatican Library to catalog and classify its imanuscripts, incunabula, and printed books. After a general survey of this project had been made and a plan of re-organization outlined by United States librarians in consultation with Vatican authorities, several members of the staff of the Vatican Library spent time in the United States to become familiar with modern methods of library science.

The files include letters and detailed reports of Dr. William Bishop, Cardinal Tisserant, Cardinal Gasquet, Cardinal Mercadi, and Cardinal Ambraeda, as well as general correspondence.


Box 325 1926-1930



Box 326 1931-1948


Subseries VII.HH: Visiting Carnegie Professors, 1927-1947

The Division of Intercourse and Education appointed distinguished scholars to visit and to lecture at educational institutions in a country or countries other than their own as representatives of the Endowment. The purpose of the visits was to strengthen the bonds of intellectual and scholarly understanding and friendship between the various countries. No formal program was prescribed by the Endowment; the actual plans for the professorship were, in most cases, made by correspondence directly between the visitors and the authorities of the institutions he visited.See also Series I.N. Green cover reports (Box 105) for Visiting professors' reports.


General file


Box 326 1926-1936



Box 327 1937-1948


Individual Professors

An asterik denotes the presence of the report on the individual's visit.


Box 327 Adams, Randolph G., 1928-1929


Box 327 Altamira y Crevea, Rafael, 1937-1945


Box 327 Ames, Sir Herbert, 1937-1938



Box 328 Arnaud, Leopold, 1942-1943


Box 328 Averardi, Bruno, 1929


Box 328 Barlow, Samuel, 1943


Box 328 Barrows, David P., 1927


Box 328 Bemis, Samuel Flagg*, 1936-1941


Box 328 Blakeslee, George H., 1927


Box 328 Bogert, Marson T., 1927-1932


Booth, Charles, 1932-1938


Box 328 1932-1934



Box 329 1935-1938


Box 329 Bouniatian, Mentor, 1938


Box 329 Calhoun, George M., 1927


Box 329 Castillejo, Jose*, 1937-1942


Box 329 Chamberlain, Sir Austen, 1931


Box 329 Chevrillon, Andre, 1929


Box 329 Coffman, Louis D., 1931


Box 329 Cole, Percival R., 1929-1936


Box 329 Coulter, Charles W., 1929


Coudenhove-Kalergi, Count, 1941-1944


Box 329 1941



Box 330 1942-1944


Box 330 Cybichowski, Sigismund, 1929-1938


Box 330 Dávila, Carlos, 1939


Box 330 Delgado, Carlos, 1932-1933


Box 330 Dengler, Paul*, 1932-1938



Box 331 Digeon, M., 1939


Box 331 Duniway, Clyde, 1929-1931


Box 331 Dutcher, George M., 1929-1930


Box 331 Encinas Franco, Jose Antonio, 1936-1938


Box 331 Fation, Guillaume*, 1935


Box 331 Faust, Albert*, 1932-1933


Box 331 Ford, Walter, 1929


Box 331 Garner, James, 1929


Box 331 Geshkoff, Theodore, 1931-1938


Box 331 Greig, John Y.T., 1929-1930


Box 331 Hadley, Arthur, 1927



Box 332 Hanke, Lewis, 1938-1939


Box 332 Hanotaux, Gabriel, 1923


Box 332 Harlow, S. Ralph, 1937-1938


Box 332 Hayden, J.R., 1930-1931


Box 332 Heyrovsky, Jaroslav, 1932-1933


Box 332 Hilka, Alfons, 1930


Box 332 Hill, David, 1927


Box 332 Jackh, Ernst, 1926-1930 1944-1945, 1926-1930, 1944-1945


Box 332 Kilpatrick, William, 1929


Box 332 Knickerbocker, William, 1935-1936


Box 332 Lacour-Gayet, Robert*, 1943-1945



Box 333 Labaree, Leonard W., 1929-1930


Box 333 Lafronte, Viteri, 1945


Box 333 de Lanux, Pierre, 1938-1939


Box 333 Listowel, Judith, 1937


Box 333 Llewellyn, Karl L., 1929


Box 333 Lodge, Oliver, 1943


Loewenstein, Hubertus*


Box 333 1936-1944



Box 334 1945-1948


Box 334 Lojendio, Ignacio, 1943-1947


Box 334 Macchioro, Vittorio, 1930


Box 334 Magill, Rosewell, 1936-1937


Box 334 Martin, Charles E., 1928-1931


Box 334 McBride, George, 1929-1938


Box 334 McGuire, Constantine*, 1941


Box 334 McGuire, Martin, 1941


Box 334 McMurry, Donald L.*, 1932-1933



Box 335 Mears, Eliot G.*, 1929-1932


Box 335 Mills, Richard C., 1929-1931


Box 335 Mims, Edwin, 1935-1939


Box 335 Molyneaux, Peter, 1941


Box 335 Montague, William, 1927


Box 335 Montenegro, Ernesto, 1939


Box 335 Morgenstern, Oskar, 1937-1938


Box 335 Mowat, R.B., 1941


Box 335 Munro, Dana G., 1934-1936


Box 335 Muzzey, David S.*, 1936-1937


Box 335 Nakaseko, Rokuro*, 1929


Box 335 Nevins, Allan*, 1941-1944



Box 336 O'Gorman, Edmundo, 1941-1942


Box 336 Ozaki, Yukio, 1931


Box 336 Padilla, Guillermo, 1943-1944


Box 336 Paish, George, 1936-1937


Box 336 Peers, E. Allison, 1938-1943


Box 336 Pelenyi, John, 1941


Box 336 Politis, Nicolas, 1941


Box 336 Porter, Livingstone, 1930


Box 336 Pratt, Julius, 1937-1938


Box 336 Raestad, Arnold, 1933


Box 336 Ravignani, D. Emilio, 1937


Box 336 Rojas, Ricardo, 1930


Box 336 Sadler, Michael, 1929



Box 337 Samuel, Herbert, 1933


Box 337 Schlesinger, Arthur M., 1933


Box 337 Schneider, Herbert W., 1935


Sforza, Carlo*, 1929-1943


Box 337 1929-1941



Box 338 1942-1943


Box 338 Shepherd, William R., 1932


Box 338 Siegfried, Andre, 1934-1935


Box 338 Slosson, Preston*, 1931-1939


Box 338 Slusser, Herbert, 1929-1930


Box 338 Stuart, Graham H., 1929


Box 338 Sturtevant, Alfred H., 1932-1933


Box 338 Suzzallo, Henry, 1928-1929


Box 338 Teleki, Paul, 1936


Box 338 Tello, Julio C., 1928


Box 338 Thompson, Walter, 1930-1932


Box 338 Tinker, Edward, 1941-1945



Box 339 Twentyman, Arthur E., 1929-1931


Box 339 Villard, Leonie*, 1936-1937


Box 339 de Villers, C.G., 1934-1935


Box 339 Wachtel, Joseph, 1942-1943


Box 339 Williams, Jessie*, 1935-1936


Box 339 Wright, Ernest H., 1942-1943


Box 339 Zeissl, Hermann, 1942-1943