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Virginia Crocheron Gildersleeve papers, 1898-1962

Series I: Catalogued Correspondence

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Buck, Pearl S. (1882-1973) (American writer known for her novel The Good Earth (Pulitzer Prize, 1932). She was the first American woman to receive the Nobel Prize in Literature (1938).))



Box 1A New York, NY--TLS--1 p., 1946 May 2

(with carbon reply)


Catledge, Turner (1901-1983) (American journalist, who served as the Managing Editor, The New York Times (1952-1964))


Box 1A New York--Telegram, 1957 October 4


Dulles, John Foster (1888-1959) (American diplomat, who served as U.S. Secretary of State (1953-1959))


Box 1A Washington, DC--TLS--1 p., 1955 April 28


Box 1A Washington, DC--TLS--1 p., 1955 May 18


Box 1A Washington, DC--TLS--1 p., 1956 June 18


Eisenhower, Dwight David (1890-1969) (U.S. Army General and 34th U.S. President (1953-1961))


Box 1A Washington, DC--TLS--1 p., 1956 November 5

(with envelope)


Elmhirst, Dorothy Whitney Straight (1887-1968) (Philanthropist and social activist, who founded the weekly magazine The New New Republic and the New School for Social Research in New York City.)


Box 1A [New York, NY]--ALS--3 p., March 2


Finley, John Huston (1863-1940) (New York Times Associate Editor (1921-1937) and Editor (1937-1938))


Box 1A New York--ALS--2 p., 1926 October 16


Gildersleeve, Henry (1724-1790)


Box 1A Poughkeepsie, NY--MS.D.--4 p., 1970 September 20

(copy of his will in the hand of Gilbert Livingston, Surrogate of the County (1790 October 4) and signed (3) times by Livingston)


Halifax, Edward Frederick Lindley Wood, 1st Earl of (1881-1959) (British Ambassador to the United States (1940-1946))


Box 1A TNS--1 p., 1954 October 29


Highet, Gilbert (1906-1978) (Scottish American classicist, academic writer, intellectual critic, and literary historian.)


Box 1A TLS--1 p., 1954 October 4


Kennedy, John Fitzgerald (1917-1963) (35th U.S. President (1961-1963))


Box 1A TLS--1 p., 1961 February 3


Laidlaw, Isabel (1896-1978)


Box 1A State College, PA--ALS--2 p., 1964 November 2


Lodge, Henry Cabot, Jr. (1902-1985) (U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations (1953-1960))


Box 1A New York--TLS--1 p., 1955 June 16


MacLeish, Archibald (1892-1982) (American poet, playwright, essayist, Librarian of Congress, and lawyer)


Box 1A Washington, DC--TLS--2 p., 1945 April 16

(with enclosure: "Memorandum to the U.S. Delegation")


Marshall, George Catlett (1880-1959) (U.S. Secretary of State (1947-1949))


Box 1A Washington, DC--TLS--1 p., 1947 January 23

(with copy of related letter)


Box 1A Washington, DC--TLS--2 p., 1947 July 29

(with carbon and enclosure)


Box 1A Washington, DC--TLS--2 p., 1947 August 12

(with enclosure and carbon of reply)


Box 1A New York, NY--Telegram, 1947 September 18


Morison, Samuel Eliot (1887-1976) (American historian noted for his works about maritime history.)


Box 1A Boston--ALS--2 p., 1955 March 22


Murray, Gilbert (1866-1957) (British classical scholar and public intellectual)


Box 1A Oxford, England--TLS--1 p., 1954 November 9


Nevins, Allan (1890-1971) (American historian and journalist known for his extensive work on the history of the American Civil War)


Box 1A New York, NY--TLS--1 p., 1954 November 7


Box 1A New York,, NY--TLS--1 p., 1956 May 27

(with copies of (2) related letters)


Park, Rosemary (1907-2004) (Scholar, academic leader, and advocate for women's education, who served as the 5th President, Connecticut College (1947-1962), 6th President, Barnard College (1962-1967), and chancellor in the U. of California system (1967-1970).)


Box 1A New York, NY--TLS--1 p., 1965 April 20


Rockefeller, Nelson Aldrich (1908-1979) (Governor of New York (1959-1973))


Box 1A New York, NY--TLS--2 p., 1958 January 13

(enclosure, 1 p.)


Box 1A New York, NY--TLS--1 p., 1958 January 22


Roosevelt, Franklin D. (1882-1945) (32nd U.S. President (1933-1945))


Box 1A Washington, DC--TLS--1 p., 1945 February 28

(letter appointing Dean Gildersleeve as a delegate to the United Nations Conference in San Francisco; with a hand-written draft of Dean Gildersleeve's reply and a carbon of the typescript of the reply.)


Rusk, Dean (1909-1994) (In 1947, Director of the Office of Special Political Affairs, U.S. Department of State)


Box 1A Washington, DC--TLS--2 p., 1947 August 9

(with enclosure and carbon reply)


Salisbury, Robert Arthur James Gascoyne-Cecil, 5th Marquess of (1893-1972) (Leader of the House of Lords, 1951-1957)


Box 1A London, England--TLS--1 p., 1954 November 12


Shotwell, James Thomson (1874-1965) (American History professor, who played an instrumental role in the creation of the International Labor Organization (ILO) (1918))


Box 1A New York, NY--TLS--1 p., 1954 April 4


Stassen, Harold Edward (1907-2001) (Governor of Minnesota (1939-1943))


Box 1A Philadelphia, PA--TLS--1 p., 1965 June 22


Stettinius, Edward R., Jr. (1900-1949) (U.S. Secretary of State (1943-1945))


Box 1A Washington, DC--TLS--1 p., 1945 March 13

(with carbon of Gildersleeve's reply)


Box 1A Washington, DC--TLS--1 p., 1945 March 15


Box 1A Washington, DC--TLS--1 p., 1945 March 31


Box 1A Washington, DC--TLS--1 p., 1945 April 14

(with carbon copies of (2) letters from Gildersleeve)


Box 1A Washington, DC--TLS--1 p., 1945 April 23


Box 1A Washington, DC--TLS--1 p., 1945 July 26


Stevenson, Adlai Ewing (1900-1965) (Governor of Illinois (1949-1953))


Box 1A Chicago, IL--TLS--1 p., 1954 October 20


Thompson, Dorothy (1893-1961) (American journalist and radio broadcaster)


Box 1A New York, NY--TLS--1 p., 1954 November 4


Truman, Harry S. (1884-1972) (33rd U.S. President (1945-1953))


Box 1A Washington, DC--TLS--1 p., 1945 October 15

(with (5) related items)


Box 1A Washington, DC--TLS--1 p., 1947 April 23

(with copies of (2) related letters)


Box 1A Kansas City, MO--TLS--1 p., 1956 February 20

(with carbon of letter by Dean Gildersleeve (1956 February 13)


Box 1A Independence, MO--TLS--1 p., 1958 March 26


Warren, Earl (1891-1974) (Governor of California (1943-1953) and 14th Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court (1953-1969))


Box 1A Sacramento, CA--TLS--1 p., 1948 June 12


Winchell, Walter (1897-1972) (Syndicated American newspaper gossip columnist and radio news commentator)


Box 1A New York, NY--TLS--1 p., 1945 April 19