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Algernon D. Black papers, 1932-1979

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Call No.: MS#0122
Bib ID 4079285 View CLIO record
Creator(s) Black, Algernon D. (Algernon David), 1900-1993
Title Algernon D. Black papers, 1932-1979
Physical Description 12 linear feet (27 boxes)
Language(s) English .
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Summary

Correspondence, speeches, memoranda, minutes, and publications, including radio talks and platform addresses given at the Society, the papers of several housing committees on which Black served, and autobiographical subject files compiled by Black and documenting his participation in many organizations and social causes.

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Identification of specific item; Date (if known); Algernon D. Black Papers; Box and Folder; Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Columbia University Library.

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Ownership and Custodial History

Gift of Algernon D. Black, 1974, 1976, 1979 & 1981.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Source of acquisition--Black, Algernon D. Accession number--M74.

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Cataloged Christina Hilton Fenn 04/05/89.

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2012-01-19 EAD created by PTL

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History / Biographical Note

Biographical / Historical

Writer, lecturer, and leader of the New York Society for Ethical Culture. A.D. Black died in 1993.

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Series I: Catalogued correspondence



Box Unnumbered Box Cherne, Leo


Box Unnumbered Box Cousins, Norman


Box Unnumbered Box Fosdick, Harry Emerson


Box Unnumbered Box Ickes, Harold L.


Box Unnumbered Box Isaacs, Stanley M.


Box Unnumbered Box La Farge, Oliver


Box Unnumbered Box Parker, Dorothy


Box Unnumbered Box Pike, James A.


Box Unnumbered Box Radhakrishaan, Sarvepalli, 1888-


Box Unnumbered Box Roosevelt, Eleanor


Box Unnumbered Box Roosevelt, Nicholas


Box Unnumbered Box Sanger, Margaret


Box Unnumbered Box Solow, Herbert


Box Unnumbered Box Stokowski, Leopold


Box Unnumbered Box Swope, Herbert Bayard


Box Unnumbered Box Thomas, Norman


Box Unnumbered Box White, Walter



Box 1-3 Platform Addresses



Box 4-5 Radio Talks



Box 6 Publications



Box 7 City-Wide Citizens Committee on Harlem, 1941-1947



Box 8 City-Wide Citizens Committee on Harlem, 1941-1947



Box 9-11 New York State Committee Against Discrimination in Housing, 1948-1963



Box 10 New York State Committee Against Discrimination in Housing, 1948-1963



Box 11 New York State Committee Against Discrimination in Housing, 1948-1963



Box 12 National Committee Against Discrimination in Housing, 1949-1967



Box 13 National Committee Against Discrimination in Housing, 1949-1967



Box 14 National Committee Against Discrimination in Housing, 1949-1967


Box 14 Financial records of New York and National Committees



Box 15 Appendix to Committee records



Box 16 Records of three parallel organizations while the NYSCDH and NCDH were in effect, 1949-1963



Box 17 Subject File. See attached Folder list



Box 18 Subject File. See attached Folder list



Box 19 Subject File. See attached Folder list



Box 20 Subject File. See attached Folder list



Box 21 Subject File. See attached Folder list



Box 22 Subject File. See attached Folder list



Box 23 Subject File. See attached Folder list



Box 24 Subject File. See attached Folder list



Box 25 Subject File. See attached Folder list



Box 26 Subject File. See attached Folder list



Box 27 Subject File. See attached Folder list

Series II: Algernon D. Black--Platform Addresses, 1932-1973



Box 17-27 Given at regular Sunday morning meetings of the New York Society for Ethical Culture



Box 1-3 1932 January 17: The Myth of Rugged Individualism, 1932 January


Box 1-3 1933 November 6: Our Political Ideals and the City Election, 1933 November


1934


Box 1-3 January 28: The Rights of Children


Box 1-3 April 15: The Coming Struggle for Power


Box 1-3 November 11: How Can We Prepare for Peace?


1935


Box 1-3 April (Easter): New Horizons


Box 1-3 November 24: "It Can't Happen Here" -- Sinclair Lewis


1936


Box 1-3 (No date): Mr. Justice Brandeis


Box 1-3 (No date): Ethical Values in Crisis: The Spanish Revolt


Box 1-3 March 1: Betrayal in Politics


1937


Box 1-3 (No date): The Problem of Divorce


Box 1-3 (No date): The Meaning of Industrial Unrest


Box 1-3 (Easter): Death and Birth of a World


Box 1-3 October 24: Can Democracy Defeat Dictatorship?


Box 1-3 November 14: Should the Church Fight Radicalism?


1938


Box 1-3 January 23: What Kind of Revolution Does American Youth Want?


Box 1-3 February 27: The War Spirit Versus the People's Will to Peace


Box 1-3 March 27: American Patriotism --What Does It Mean?


Box 1-3 October 30: Democracy: The Road Ahead


Box 1-3 November 20: Anti-Semitism: What Is the Answer?


1939


Box 1-3 January 15: "Man's Hope" and "Man's Fate": Andre Malraux


Box 1-3 February 7: The Choice Before American Youth Today


Box 1-3 April 9: Human Faith Under Fire


Box 1-3 September 10: Does Modern Man Need Religion?


Box 1-3 November 12: The Meaning of Hitler


Box 1-3 November 19: The Hard Road to Peace


1940


Box 1-3 January 14: Integrity in Public Life


Box 1-3 February 18: Is the New Deal Dead?


Box 1-3 March 24: A New World: Man's Unconquerable Hope


Box 1-3 October 20: The Rediscovery of Citizenship


Box 1-3 November 10: Is Pacifism the Answer? (Armistice Day)


1941


Box 1-3 February 2: Have Men Lost Their God?


Box 1-3 February 9: The Individual and Mass Behavior


Box 1-3 March 9: Youth's Call to the Older Generation


Box 1-3 April 13: The Ethics of Jesus in a World at War


Box 1-3 June 8: Youth in Search of Religion


Box 1-3 October 5: Dare We Believe in People?


Box 1-3 October 26: Can We Defeat Fascism?


Box 1-3 November 16: American Attitude Toward Soviet Russia


Box 1-3 December 21: Where Men Meet to Seek --A Christmas Talk


1942


Box 1-3 January 18: The War Crisis and This Generation


Box 1-3 March 29: A World Without Hitler


Box 1-3 May 10: Democracy's Unfinished Business


Box 1-3 October 25: Does the World Want Peace?


1943


Box 1-3 March 7: A World Without Hate


Box 1-3 March 14: Our Godless Age


Box 1-3 March 21: The Challenge of Soviet Russia


Box 1-3 March 28: Henry Wallace and the Prophetic Vision


Box 1-3 May 18: Japanese-Americans: Fellow Citizens


Box 1-3 June 13: America's Inner Crisis


Box 1-3 October 31: The Reconstruction of Democratic Society: What Is America's Religion?


Box 1-3 November 7: The Reconstruction of Democratic Society:


Box 1-3 November 7: Free Enterprise Versus Collectivism


Box 1-3 November 14: The Reconstruction of Democratic Society: Will Victory Bring Peace?


Box 1-3 November 21: The Reconstruction of Democratic Society: Wanted: A New Citizenship


1944


Box 1-3 April 16: America's Hour of Danger: Your Stake in the Coming Peace


Box 1-3 April 23: The Rising Tide of Race Conflict


Box 1-3 July 23: Spiritual Security in Wartime


Box 1-3 October 1: The Meaning of Hitler's Defeat


Box 1-3 October 8: The Return of the Soldier


Box 1-3 October 15: The World Crisis and Its Meaning: Is Peace an Illusion?


Box 1-3 October 22 The World Crisis and Its Meaning: What Are We Living For?


1945


Box 1-3 April 1: The Reconstruction of Democratic Faith: The Rebirth of the Democratic World -- An Easter Address


Box 1-3 April 8: The Reconstruction of Democratic Faith: Soviet Russia --A Promise or a Threat?


Box 1-3 April 15: The Reconstruction of Democratic Faith" The Ethics of Private Property Re-Examined


Box 1-3 April 22: Victory: A Challenge to the Schools of America


Box 1-3 June 10: Religion in the Post-War Period


Box 1-3 October 28: A Faith for Free Americans: I: Have We Destroyed Fascism?


Box 1-3 November 4: A Faith for Free Americans: II: Will Collectivism End Freedom?


Box 1-3 November 11: A Faith for Free Americans: III: War or Peace: Science Forces the Issue


Box 1-3 November 18: A Faith for Free Americans: IV: In War and Peace


1946


Box 1-3 February 24: Is Anti-Semitism a Christian Problem


Box 1-3 March 3: The Role of Youth in the Post-War World


Box 1-3 October 27: Must Capitalism Fight Socialism?


Box 1-3 November 3: The Corruption of Democracy


Box 1-3 November 10: The Individual and the Drift to War


Box 1-3 November 17: Religion at the Crossroads


1947


Box 1-3 February 23: On Being an American


Box 1-3 March 2: An Ethical Challenge to Businessmen


Box 1-3 March 9: The Twilight of Imperialism


Box 1-3 March 16: The Sources of Our Faith in People


Box 1-3 October 26: A Faith in God Re-Examined


Box 1-3 November 2: A Faith in Man Re-Examined


Box 1-3 November 9: The Will to Peace: An Armistice Day Address


1948


Box 1-3 February 29: What Is Loyalty?


Box 1-3 March 7: A Man's Religion and His Politics


Box 1-3 March 14: Wanted: An Honest Morality


Box 1-3 April 25: War or Peace With Russia?


Box 1-3 November 28: Has Science Destroyed Faith?


Box 1-3 December 5: Wanted: A New Political Ethics


Box 1-3 December 12: Work Incentives in a New Social Order


1949


Box 1-3 April 10: Moses: His God and His Ethics


Box 1-3 April 17: Jesus: His God and His Ethics


Box 1-3 April 24: The Fear of Communism and Democratic Faith


Box 1-3 May1: Reconstructing International Relations


Box 1-3 September 25: The Meaning of Man's Quest for God


Box 1-3 October 2: The Conflict of Church and Sate


Box 1-3 October 9: Communism and the World Crisis


Box 1-3 October 16: Can We Still Believe in People?


1950


Box 1-3 April 16: A Dying Imperialism and the Birth of a New World


Box 1-3 November 12: The World Crisis and Its Meaning


Box 1-3 November 19: The Welfare State: Its Strengths and Weaknesses


Box 1-3 November 26: Who Are the Loyal Americans?


1951


Box 1-3 April 1: America's -Hour of Danger


Box 1-3 April 29: America's Sense of Values


Box 1-3 May Ethical Platform (5 addresses)


Box 1-3 October 7: The Individual Under Socialism


Box 1-3 October 14: The Reformation of Democracy


Box 1-3 October-November: Ethical Platform (5 addresses)


1952


Box 1-3 January: Ethical Platform (1 ADB address)


Box 1-3 February 17: Honor in Public Life


Box 1-3 February 24: Essentials of an Ethical Economy


Box 1-3 March 2: The Moral Basis for Peace With Russia


Box 1-3 September 31: Are We Fit for Freedom?


Box 1-3 November 9: America's Decision: What Does It Mean?


Box 1-3 November 16: The Fascist Threat to American Freedom


Box 1-3 Ethical Platform: Digests of: l) America's Decision: What Does It Mean? (11/9); 2)The Fascist Threat to America's Freedom (11/16); 3)Can Men Live Without God? (11/23); and addresses by J. Nathanson.


Box 1-3 December 7: War or Peace - Do We Have a Choice?


1953


Box 1-3 April 12: A World Without Stalin


Box 1-3 April 19: The Honor of a Citizen


Box 1-3 March-April: Ethical Platform (4 ADB addresses)


Box 1-3 September 20: Our Quest for Security


Box 1-3 October 4: Capitalism, Socialism and Human Welfare


Box 1-3 October 25: Democratic Versus Authoritarian Religion


Box 1-3 (1954 No Platform Addresses)


1955


Box 1-3 March 27: Capitalism, Socialism and Human Welfare


Box 1-3 April 3: Israel and the World's Conscience


Box 1-3 April 10: Resurrection of the Human Spirit


Box 1-3 April 17: Loyalty in a Revolutionary Age


Box 1-3 April 24: India: Spiritual Challenge to the West


Box 1-3 April-May: Ethical Platform: Digests of: l)Israel and the World's Conscience (4/3); 2) The Resurrection of the Human Spirit -An Easter address (4/10); 3)Loyalty in a Revolutionary Age (4/17); 4)India: Spiritual Challenge to the West (4/24); and an address by J. Nathanson.


Box 1-3 November 13: War Begins in the Minds of Men


Box 1-3 November 20: Can We Depend Upon Human Reason?


1956


Box 1-3 March 4: Ethical Faith in a Godless World


Box 1-3 March 18: Racial Segregation: America's Dilemma


Box 1-3 July 8: Is There a Law of Righteousness?


Box 1-3 November 11: The World Crisis -America's Responsibility


Box 1-3 October-November: Ethical Platform: Digests of: l) Man in Search of God (10/28); 2)The Redemption of Democracy (11/4); 3) The World Crisis: Our American Responsibilities (11/11); 4) Our Happiness and Our Moral Values (11/18); and an address by H. Neumann.


1957


Box 1-3 March 24: The Israel-Arab Conflict and the Conscience of the World


Box 1-3 April 14: Race Conflict-America's Dilemma


Box 1-3 April 21: Spiritual Values and the Pursuit of Happiness


Box 1-3 Ethical Platform: Digests of: l)Parents, Children, and the American Family (4/7); 2)Race Conflict -America's Dilemma (4/14); 3)Spiritual Values and the Pursuit of Happiness (4/21); and an address by H. Neumann.


Box 1-3 July 14: Atomic Energy for Life or Death


Box 1-3 December 8: Juvenile Crime: Whose Responsibility?


Box 1-3 December 15: Soviet Achievement -Its Implications for America


Box 1-3 Ethical Platform (3 ABD addresses)


1958


Box 1-3 March 16: The Ordeal of American Youth


Box 1-3 March 23: Wanted: An Ethical Foreign Policy


Box 1-3 March 30: American Labor Under Fire


Box 1-3 July 6: Foundations of American Independence: Religious Freedom


Box 1-3 July 13: Foundations of American Independence: Human Rights


Box 1-3 October 12: Little Rock: Symbol of America's Dilemma


Box 1-3 October 19: How Can Religion Help Children Face Life?


Box 1-3 October Our Relations With China -The Ethical Question


Box 1-3 November 1: Can Humanism Meet Man's Spiritual Need?


1959


Box 1-3 February 15: Organ Dedication and Meetinghouse Rededication (With J. Nathanson) March 1: The Affluent Society -An Ethical View


Box 1-3 March 8: Our Faith in Human Equality


Box 1-3 March 15: Love and Hate in Human Relations


Box 1-3 March 22: Ancient Prophecy and the Space Age


Box 1-3 July 26: The Meaning of Ethical Culture


Box 1-3 November 22: American-Soviet Relations: The Individual's Responsibility


Box 1-3 November 29: Youth's Challenge to the Older Generation


Box 1-3 December 6: The Family of Man: Our Common Ground of Faith


Box 1-3 December 13: The Courage to Live


1960


Box 1-3 April 3: The Plight of the City --Citizens and Politicians


Box 1-3 April 10: Our Image of America


Box 1-3 April 17: The Moral Crisis of Our Time --An Easter Address


Box 1-3 April 24: Disarmament and the Hope for a Lasting Peace


Box 1-3 July 24: What Is the Greatest Challenge to Education


Box 1-3 July 31: Peace Is Everyone's Responsibility


Box 1-3 October 9: An Ethical View of Intermarriage


Box 1-3 October 16: What We Have Learned About Human Nature in the


Box 1-3 20th Century


Box 1-3 October 23: The Reconstruction of American Ideals


Box 1-3 October 30: Ethical Issues of the Election


Box 1-3 November 6: Wanted: A Foreign Policy for Peace


1961


Box 1-3 February 19: Our Sources of Inner Strength


Box 1-3 February 26: American Youth, Its Rights and Responsibilities


Box 1-3 March 5: The Quest for World Community - Dream or Reality?


Box 1-3 March 12: Landlords and Tenants: The Ethics of Property


Box 1-3 March 19: The Faith in God Re-Examined


Box 1-3 May 28: Ethical Humanism in the Changing World


Box 1-3 November 5: The Election, the City and the Citizen


Box 1-3 November 12: Reflections on Life and Death in the Nuclear Age


Box 1-3 November 19: The Ten Commandments and Our Changing Morality


Box 1-3 December 3: Our Attitude Toward the Communist World


Box 1-3 December 10: What We Stand For -- The Meaning of Ethical Faith


1962


Box 1-3 March 25: An Ethical Critique of "Slums and Suburbs" by


Box 1-3 Dr. James B. Conant


Box 1-3 April 1: War and the Human Conscience


Box 1-3 April 8: The Older Generation — Has It a Place in Modern


Box 1-3 Civilization?


Box 1-3 April 15: The Culture of Poverty and the Cult of Revolution


Box 1-3 April 22: The Meaning of Death and Resurrection -~ An Easter Address


Box 1-3 September 9: Our Religious Freedom and the Supreme Court


Box 1-3 September 16: Has Science Destroyed Our Faith?


Box 1-3 September 23: What Is a Good Life?


Box 1-3 September 30: The American Dream Our Unfinished Business


Box 1-3 October 7:One World or None


1963


Box 1-3 February 10: Lincoln and the Emancipation Proclamation -A Century Later


Box 1-3 February 17: Myth and Reality: What Can a Man Believe?


Box 1-3 February 24: American Labor Faces a New Challenge


Box 1-3 March 3: Terminating Life: Has Man the Right to Make This Decision? (Ethical Aspects of Euthanasia)


Box 1-3 March 10: Cuba and the Foundations of Peace


Box 1-3 June 16: Our Freedom at Stake --National Unity and States' Rights


Box 1-3 November 17: Civil Disobedience and Loyalty --Are They Contradictory?


Box 1-3 November 24: The Death of the President Birth Control --Personal Ethics and Public Policy


Box 1-3 December: Ethical Platform (2 ADB addresses)


1964


Box 1-3 March 22: Human Destiny and Human Happiness


Box 1-3 March 29: The Power to Create and the Power to Love


Box 1-3 June 28: The American Promise: What Is Required of Us?


Box 1-3 August 23: Men -Angels, Devils or Humans? (revised 7/10/66)


Box 1-3 September 20: What Are the Loyalties of American Youth?


Box 1-3 September 27: Integrity in Public Life


Box 1-3 October 4: The War Nobody Wants


Box 1-3 October 11: Free Enterprise, Poverty and Planning


Box 1-3 October 18: Our Sons and Our Daughters


Box 1-3 December 13: And the Walls Came Tumbling Down


1965


Box 1-3 January 31: Our Attitude Toward China


Box 1-3 February 7: Increasing Crime: The Danger in Our City


Box 1-3 February 14: Lincoln: The Promises Men Live By


Box 1-3 February 21: Do We Still Fear Intermarriage?


Box 1-3 February 28: The Perils of Humanism


Box 1-3 June 27: Peace Is Everyone's Responsibility


Box 1-3 October 31: Crucial Issues in the City Elections


Box 1-3 November 7: The Anti-Poverty Program: Hand-Out or Social Reconstruction?


Box 1-3 November 14: The War in Vietnam and America's Conscience


Box 1-3 December 19: Planets, People and Promises --A Holiday Message for Young and Old


1966


Box 1-3 March 6: Marriage and Divorce: Light and Shadow in Family Life


Box 1-3 March 13: Ghettos in the Promised L~nd


Box 1-3 March 20: The Double Standard in International Morality


Box 1-3 March 27: In Defense of Humanism


Box 1-3 May 15: Three Tributes to the Ethical Movement on Its 90th Anniversary, and Ethical Faith in a Revolutionary Age


Box 1-3 July 10: Men --Angels, Devils or Humans? (revised version see also 8/23/64.)


Box 1-3 November 27: The Wretched of the Earth


Box 1-3 December 4: Liberalism and the New Left


Box 1-3 December 11: The Victories of War and the Defeats of Peace


Box 1-3 December 18: The Happiness We Seek and the Happiness We Find


Box 1-3 December 25: A Christmas Message


1967


Box 1-3 March 12: The Abortion Issue and the Sanctity of Life


Box 1-3 March 19: The Growing Conservative Movement: Challenge to America's Freedom


Box 1-3 March 26: You Shall Be As Gods


Box 1-3 July 9: Does Might Make Right?


Box 1-3 July 30: Human Values in American Culture (A Conversation Between A.D. Black and James Farmer)


Box 1-3 November 26: A World Worth Fighting For


Box 1-3 December 3: Myth and Reality: Our Gods and Our Heroes


Box 1-3 December 10: Racism Is a Two-Way Street


1968


Box 1-3 February 11: The Strength and the Might of the Powerless


Box 1-3 March 3: Ideals and Illusions in World Affairs


Box 1-3 March 24: The Child's Future and the World's Uncertainty


Box 1-3 March 31: The Keys to the City


Box 1-3 April 7: Black and White Americans: A Tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.


Box 1-3 May 19: The Education of the Child in Ethical Humanism


Box 1-3 June 9: The Heroic in Life --A Tribute to Robert Kennedy


Box 1-3 July 14: Housing Issues in the Present Urban Crisis


1969


Box 1-3 March 30: Can American Civilization Save Itself?


Box 1-3 June 8: Politics and Ethics: Our Fears and Hopes for the City


Box 1-3 June 13: Youth's Revolt: Promises and Compromises


Box 1-3 August 10: How We See Ourselves


Box 1-3 November 23: The Caves We Live In


Box 1-3 November 30: The Forgotten American


Box 1-3 December 7: A World Without God


Box 1-3 December 21: The Peacemakers


1970


Box 1-3 March 29 : Non-Violence and Violence in Religion --An Easter Address


Box 1-3 April 5 : Our Quest for Faith: Is Humanism Enough?


Box 1-3 April 12: A Margin Worth Fighting For


Box 1-3 June 14: The Re-Education of Americans


Box 1-3 November 8: The Israeli-Arab Conflict: The Human Conscience


1971-72


Box 1-3 April 11, 1971 Acts of War: The Guilt and The Responsibility, An Easter Address, April 11, 1971


Box 1-3 May 14, 1972 War or Peace: The National Emergency -The New York Board of Leaders and the President of the Society, May 14, 1972


Box 1-3 1973-1980 - 2 Folders, 1973-1980


Box 1-3 1981-1 Folder

Series III: Radio Talks, 1934-1953



Box 4-5 1934


Box 4-5 January: War Myths, 0ld and New


1935


Box 4-5 November 21 : (discussion re: pros and cons of U.S. collective action with League of Nations.)


1939


Box 4-5 September 10: Doess Modern Man Need Religion?


1940


Box 4-5 April 2: The Census


Box 4-5 April 9: The McLaughlin Bill


Box 4-5 April 23: The Fifth Column


Box 4-5 April 30: The Third Term


Box 4-5 May 7: Wanted: A Plan


Box 4-5 May 14: Realities -Needs --Social Behavior


Box 4-5 May 21: America's Responsibility


Box 4-5 May 28: Amer. Awakening Education


Box 4-5 October 4: Election Issues


Box 4-5 October 11: The Draft


Box 4-5 October 18: Famine Relief


Box 4-5 October 25: Civil Liberties


Box 4-5 November 5: Election Night


Box 4-5 November 12: Mr. Willkie and Mr. Roosevelt


Box 4-5 November 19: Labor and Defense Contracts (sponsored by WQXR)


Box 4-5 November 25: Being a Good Neighbor December


Box 4-5 December 2: Nazi Propaganda


Box 4-5 December 10: Propaganda


Box 4-5 December 17: America's Defense


Box 4-5 December 24: A Christmas Present for Everyone


Box 4-5 December 31: New Years Eve


1941


Box 4-5 January 7: The President's Address


Box 4-5 January 21: American Youth Today


Box 4-5 January 28: Child Labor


Box 4-5 February 4: Group Responsibility and National Defense


Box 4-5 February 11: Rapp-Coudert Committee


Box 4-5 February 17: Integrity


Box 4-5 February 25: The Faiths Men Hold


Box 4-5 March 4: On Defeatism and Extremism


Box 4-5 March 11: The Negro Question


Box 4-5 March 18: On Fear


Box 4-5 March 25: Civil Liberties


Box 4-5 April 1: The Refugee Problem


Box 4-5 April 8: Strikes and the Defense Program


Box 4-5 April 22: The Doctors


Box 4-5 April 29: Charles Lindbergh and America First


Box 4-5 May 13: Isolation and America in Decision


Box 4-5 May 20: The Awakening of American Citizenry


Box 4-5 May 27: The President's Message


Box 4-5 June 3: War and Peace Aims


Box 4-5 June 10: The Transport Workers' Union and the Subways


Box 4-5 June 17: What the Nazi Consuls Leave


Box 4-5 June 24: Real Democratic Defense


Box 4-5 September 6: America's Role


Box 4-5 September 13: Freedom of the Seas


Box 4-5 September 20: Anti-Semitism and Mr. Lindbergh and Mr. Nye


Box 4-5 September 27: Movies


Box 4-5 October 4: Our Attitude Toward Russia


Box 4-5 October 11: America Next


Box 4-5 October 25: Morale in the Camps


Box 4-5 November 1: John L. Lewis and the Coal Strike


Box 4-5 November 8: The Election --And the Next Four Years


Box 4-5 November 15: Community, Solidarity, and Defense


Box 4-5 November 22: Small Business and Defense


Box 4-5 November 29: The Eleventh Hour


Box 4-5 December 6: Democratic Discipline


Box 4-5 December 13: A Warning!


Box 4-5 December 20: Youth's Challenge


Box 4-5 December 27: Democracy's Defense


1942


Box 4-5 January 3: Democratic Defeat and Victory


Box 4-5 January 10: Victory and the Automobile Industry


Box 4-5 January 17: Henry Ford's Apology


Box 4-5 January 24: Youth Delinquency in This War


Box 4-5 January 31: Beyond Tolerance


Box 4-5 February 7: The New Fascist Line


Box 4-5 February 14: Lincoln and Appeasement


Box 4-5 February 21: Appeasement Within


Box 4-5 February 28: Anti-British Feeling


Box 4-5 March 5: Hitler's Challenge


Box 4-5 March 12: Something New in Youth Education


Box 4-5 March 19: American Disunity


Box 4-5 March 26: The Labor Controversy and the War


Box 4-5 April 2: The Anti-Semitic Line


Box 4-5 April 9: Defeat and Victory


Box 4-5 April 16: John Lovejoy Elliot: A Tribute


Box 4-5 April 23: Freedom of the Press


Box 4-5 April 30: Hitler's and Roosevelt's Speeches


Box 4-5 May 7: A Job for All of Us


Box 4-5 May 14: Congress and Peace


Box 4-5 May 21: Enemy Aliens


Box 4-5 May 28: Child Life the City


Box 4-5 June 4: The Case of Harry Bridges


Box 4-5 June 11: Good News


Box 4-5 June 18: The Education Budget


Box 4-5 June 25: The Poll Tax


Box 4-5 July 2: Henry Ford and War Housing


Box 4-5 July 9: PM and the War Effort


Box 4-5 July 16: The Unconquerable Spirit


Box 4-5 July 23: The Enemy Within --Inflation


Box 4-5 July 30: The Dies Committee on Trial


Box 4-5 September 3: The Youth Assembly and the War (not received)


Box 4-5 September 10: Leader or Dictator


Box 4-5 September 13: Have Americans a Fighting Faith? (WOR)


Box 4-5 September 17: A Second Front


Box 4-5 September 24: Getting Tough


Box 4-5 October 1: Parity


Box 4-5 October 8: A New Venture


Box 4-5 October 15: Drafting the Young


Box 4-5 October 22: Drafting of Labor


Box 4-5 November 5: Between Two Worlds


Box 4-5 November 12: Fit for Peace


Box 4-5 November 19: The Sabotage of Democracy


Box 4-5 November 26: Thankfulness and Citizenship


Box 4-5 December 3: Democratic Advance -- Social Security


Box 4-5 December 10: Opportunity and Free Enterprise


Box 4-5 December 17: Unfitting the Citizens of Tomorrow


Box 4-5 December 24: The Christian Spirit and the Extermination of the Jews


Box 4-5 December 31: New Year Wishes


1943


Box 4-5 January 14: Leon Henderson, Scapegoat


Box 4-5 January 21: The War for Equality


Box 4-5 January 28: The Casablanca Meeting


Box 4-5 February 4: Citizenship Opportunities


Box 4-5 February 6: Our Common Faith (WOR)


Box 4-5 February 11: A Job to Do


Box 4-5 February 18: Labor and Fair Play


Box 4-5 February 25: Gandhi's Fast


Box 4-5 March 4: Americans as Trustees!


Box 4-5 March 11: American Workers' Morale and Absenteeism


Box 4-5 March 16: re: Harlem (no title) - (WMCA)


Box 4-5 March 18: Food and Farmers


Box 4-5 March 25: A Political Landmark


Box 4-5 April 1: Testing Our Wisdom


Box 4-5 April 8: Making History


Box 4-5 April 15: The Color Line


Box 4-5 April 22: Youth and Security


Box 4-5 April 29: The Coal Crisis


Box 4-5 May 6: Anti-Labor Hysteria


Box 4-5 May 20: America the Good Neighbor


Box 4-5 May 24: Americanism Democracy and Race Justice (WMCA)


Box 4-5 May 27: Democratic Integrity


Box 4-5 June 3: Economic Citizenship


Box 4-5 June 10: Youth Demoralization


Box 4-5 June 17: Responsible Citizenship


Box 4-5 June 24: Social Explosions


Box 4-5 October 17: Democratic Education


Box 4-5 October 24: Freedom's Children or Hitler's


Box 4-5 October 31: International Collaboration


Box 4-5 November 7: The Ballot


Box 4-5 November 14: Food Subsidies


Box 4-5 November 21: Juvenile Delinquency


Box 4-5 November 28: Democratic Disunity


Box 4-5 December 5: The Granary of Democracy


Box 4-5 December 12: The Soldier Vote


Box 4-5 December 19: Democratic Employment


Box 4-5 December 26: Peace on Earth --And War


1944


Box 4-5 January 2 : The Attacks on Jews


Box 4-5 January 9: War-Time Strikes


Box 4-5 January 16: America Must Choose


Box 4-5 April 13: This Year of Decision


Box 4-5 April 20: The Fight to Vote


Box 4-5 April 27: Cartels and the Peace


Box 4-5 May 4: Hate as a Political Weapon


Box 4-5 May 11: Challenge to the T.V.A.


Box 4-5 May 18: Japanese-Americans: Fellow Citizens


Box 4-5 May 25: A People's Congress


Box 4-5 June 1: America's Conscience and the Negro


Box 4-5 June 8: A Time of Consecration


Box 4-5 June 15: Blueprint for X-Day


Box 4-5 June 22: The End of Hitler


Box 4-5 June 29: The Choice of a President


Box 4-5 July 6: Independence and Interdependence


Box 4-5 July 13: The De Gaulle Question


Box 4-5 July 20: Henry Wallace


Box 4-5 July 27. A German Revolt --True or "False?


Box 4-5 August 3: The Race Issue in the Coming Election


Box 4-5 August 10: The Controversy Over the Kilgore Bill


Box 4-5 August 17: "Wilson and Soldier Censorship


Box 4-5 August 24: Spiritual Security in Wartime


Box 4-5 August 31: The Challenge to the Schools


Box 4-5 September 7: Labor and the Election


Box 4-5 September 14: Compulsory Military Training


Box 4-5 September 21: The World's Conscience and the Jew


Box 4-5 September 28: An Ethical Approach to Religion


Box 4-5 October 5: Do We Need a World Police Force?


Box 4-5 October 12: The Election's Challenge to the Citizen


Box 4-5 October 19: The Foreign Policy and the Election


Box 4-5 October 26: The Spanish Crisis Congress and the Presidential Election


Box 4-5 November 9: Our Post-Election Duties


Box 4-5 November 16: At the Peace Table


Box 4-5 November 23: A New Thankfulness


Box 4-5 November 30: Health for All the People


Box 4-5 December 7: Racism and the Right to Work


Box 4-5 December 14: Are We Fumbling the Peace?


Box 4-5 December 21: America's Duty in Liberated Countries


Box 4-5 December 28: A Crisis in Morale


Box 4-5 December 29: The Common Ground of Faith ("Your Life Today" series: Blue Network)


1945


Box 4-5 January 4: A Challenge to American Citizenship


Box 4-5 January 25: The Wallace Appointment


Box 4-5 February 1: The Controversy Over the Wallace Appointment


Box 4-5 February 8: Do We Need a Labor Draft?


Box 4-5 February 15: Can We Legislate Against Discrimination?


Box 4-5 February 22: The Fight Against Discrimination


Box 4-5 March 1: The Liberation of the Philippines


Box 4-5 March 8: Universal Military Training


Box 4-5 March 10: What Do Americans Believe? (WOR)


Box 4-5 March 15: Education at the Crossroads


Box 4-5 March 22: Cooperation in the War Effort


Box 4-5 March 29: Is This the Collapse of Nazism?


Box 4-5 April 5: America's Responsibility for Peace


Box 4-5 April 12: The Death of the President


Box 4-5 April 19: Our New President


Box 4-5 April 26: The Issues at San Francisco


Box 4-5 May 3: The Nazi Surrender


Box 4-5 May 10: Our Relations With Soviet Russia


Box 4-5 May 17: Sabotage at San Francisco


Box 4-5 May 24: The New Fascist Threat


Box 4-5 May 31: Democracy and Racism


Box 4-5 June 7: The Treatment of Germany•


Box 4-5 June 14: The Conflict Over Argentina


Box 4-5 June 21: The General Comes Home


Box 4-5 June 28: The Work of Frances Perkins


Box 4-5 July 5: Is American Independence Enough?


Box 4-5 July 12: Reaction and Political Ethics


Box 4-5 July 19: Harold Ickes --A Controversial Figure


Box 4-5 July 26: The British Elections


Box 4-5 August 2 : The Challenge to the Schools


Box 4-5 August 16: The War's End


Box 4-5 August 23: What Is the Ethical Movement


Box 4-5 September 6: The Employment Crisis


Box 4-5 September 13: What Is a War Criminal?


Box 4-5 September 20: Religion in the Post-War Period


Box 4-5 September 27: Post-War Strikes --What Do They Mean?


Box 4-5 October 4: Race Conflict Among Our Youth


Box 4-5 October 11: The Marshall Report


Box 4-5 October 18: Crisis in the Schools


Box 4-5 October 25: The President's Message


Box 4-5 November 1: Ethics in Politics


Box 4-5 November 8: The Labor-Management Conference


Box 4-5 November 15: The Atomic Bomb


Box 4-5 November 22: A Thanksgiving Message


Box 4-5 November 29: Religious Education and Religious Freedom


Box 4-5 December 6: Losing the Peace


Box 4-5 December 13: Our Relations with Franco Spain


Box 4-5 December 20: The Housing Crisis


Box 4-5 December 28: Faith in Our Time


1946


Box 4-5 January 3: President Truman's Message


Box 4-5 January 10: A Challenge to the U..N.O.


Box 4-5 January 17: The G.I. Demonstrations


Box 4-5 January 24: The Labor Crisis


Box 4-5 January 31 : Petition to the U.N.O.


Box 4-5 February 7: Policy in Germany


Box 4-5 February 14: Fair and Full Employment


Box 4-5 February 21: Religion in the News


Box 4-5 February 28: The U.N.O. and War


Box 4-5 March 7: Sinews of Peace?


Box 4-5 March 14: A New Citizenship I


Box 4-5 March 21: The U.N.O. --Our Responsibility


Box 4-5 March 28: Encampment for Citizenship


Box 4-5 April 4: The Need for Democratic Orientation


Box 4-5 April 11: The Need for New Leadership


Box 4-5 April 18: The O. P.A.


Box 4-5 April 25: The Re-Birth of Fascism


Box 4-5 May 2: Crisis in Palestine


Box 4-5 May 9: A Threat to Peace


Box 4-5 May 16: The Coal Crisis


Box 4-5 May 23: Housing and the Race Question


Box 4-5 May 30: The Strike Crisis


Box 4-5 June 6: Ethical Issues in the Labor Crisis


Box 4-5 June 13: The Strike Against Price Control


Box 4-5 June 20: The Timone Appointment


Box 4-5 June 27: The Security Council and the Spanish Issue


Box 4-5 July 4: July Fourth Challenge


Box 4-5 July 11: The Drift to War


Box 4-5 July 18: Fascist Racism


Box 4-5 July 25: The Rights of Children --Democratic and Religious


Box 4-5 October 4: Ethics in Our Time


Box 4-5 October 11: The Nuremberg Trials


Box 4-5 October 25: The Challenge to the U.N. Assembly


Box 4-5 November 10: The Elections of '46


Box 4-5 November 17: The Veto and the Bomb


Box 4-5 November 24: John Lewis and Labor's Crisis


Box 4-5 December 1: The New Anti-Communism


Box 4-5 December 8: The Coal Strike Is Over –BUT


Box 4-5 December 15: Report on Germany


Box 4-5 December 22: Is Our Youth Lawless?


1947


Box 4-5 January 5: The Three Fronts


Box 4-5 January 12: Report on China


Box 4-5 January 19: The Price of Milk


Box 4-5 January 26: The Crisis in Georgia


Box 4-5 February 2: Religious Freedom and the Rights of Children


Box 4-5 February 9: The Issue of Rent Control


Box 4-5 February 16: Our Children's Teachers


Box 4-5 February 23: Free Unions and Free Enterprise


Box 4-5 March 2: The Lilienthal Appointment


Box 4-5 March 9: Palestine in Crisis


Box 4-5 March 16: The German Problem and the President's Speech on the Greek Loan


Box 4-5 March 23: The Lost Individual


Box 4-5 March 30: Is the Enemy Communism?


Box 4-5 April 6: What Price Segregation?


Box 4-5 April 13: Roosevelt's Heritage to Us


Box 4-5 April 20: The Plight of Youth


Box 4-5 April 27: Man's Greatest Need: Spiritual Security


Box 4-5 May 4: Palestine: A World Problem


Box 4-5 May 11: Wanted: A Constructive Labor Policy


Box 4-5 May 18: Human Rights and Responsibilities


Box 4-5 May 25: World Famine


Box 4-5 June 1: Quest for a People's Program


Box 4-5 June 8: Military Training for What?


Box 4-5 June 13: The Strike Against Price Control


Box 4-5 June 15: Hollywood Subversive?


Box 4-5 June 22: The New Intolerance


Box 4-5 June 29: The Ethical Movement


Box 4-5 September 7: America and the Atomic Issue


Box 4-5 September 14: Fire Over Palestine


Box 4-5 September 21: The American Merry-Go-Round


Box 4-5 September 28: The Revival of Hooverism


Box 4-5 October 5: Education for Freedom?


Box 4-5 October 12: War or Peace with Russia?


Box 4-5 October 19: The People's Government


Box 4-5 October 26: Americanism Under Fire


Box 4-5 November 9: America, Russia and Peace


Box 4-5 November 16: American Aid to Europe


Box 4-5 November 23: An Ethical Faith


Box 4-5 November 30: A Great American


Box 4-5 December 7: United Nations: Success or Failure?


Box 4-5 December 14: Freedom Road


Box 4-5 December 21: A Christmas Message (not received)


Box 4-5 December 28: 1948 A Look Ahead, 1948


1948


Box 4-5 January 4: What Is Loyalty?


Box 4-5 January 11: Our Foreign Policy


Box 4-5 January 18: Our Puerto Rican Neighbors and Citizens


Box 4-5 January 25: Bearing False Witness


Box 4-5 February 1: Militarism in a Democracy


Box 4-5 February 8: Anti-Semitism


Box 4-5 February 15: Fruits of Empire


Box 4-5 February 22: The Meaning of Equality


Box 4-5 February 29: Crime: Its Control and Treatment (A.D.B. and Edwin J. Lukas)


Box 4-5 March 7: Lessons From Czechoslovakia


Box 4-5 March 21: Is Peace Possible Now?


Box 4-5 March 28: The Conscience of the World


Box 4-5 April 4: Are Our Children Cheated (A.D.B. and Henry Neumann)


Box 4-5 April 11: Universal Military Training


Box 4-5 April 25: Education for Freedom


Box 4-5 May 2: Security: Democratic and Spiritual


Box 4-5 May 9: A Leaderless People


Box 4-5 May 16: Israel: A New Nation


Box 4-5 May 23: The Labor Conflict


Box 4-5 May 30: Ethical Faith


Box 4-5 June 6: Your Personal Freedom


Box 4-5 June 27: America's Conscience


Box 4-5 September 19: Can We Believe in Man?


Box 4-5 September 26: Do We Want Religion in Our Schools?


Box 4-5 October 3. Do We Want Displaced Persons?


Box 4-5 October 10: Conflict Over Berlin


Box 4-5 October 17: The Destruction of Personal Security


Box 4-5 October 31: Your Voice and Your Vote


Box 4-5 November 7: America's Fear and America's Faith


Box 4-5 November 14: The Birth Control Controversy


Box 4-5 November 21: Checking the Marshall Plan


Box 4-5 November 28: Religion and the Child


Box 4-5 December 5: The American Sense of Fair Play


Box 4-5 December 19: Liberalizing Our Divorce Laws


1949


Box 4-5 January 2: War or Peace: A New Year's Challenge


Box 4-5 January 9: The 8Ist Congress


Box 4-5 January 16: The Annual Wage


Box 4-5 January 23: The Inaugural Address


Box 4-5 January 30: A Divided Medical Profession


Box 4-5 February 6: Our Wasted Resources


Box 4-5 February 13: The Case of Cardinal Mindszenty


Box 4-5 February 27: Brotherhood and Segregation


Box 4-5 February 20: Atlantic Pact: War or Peace?


Box 4-5 February 27: Sanity and Faith


1949


Box 4-5 April 3: Work, Happiness and Peace


Box 4-5 April 17: The Easter Spirit


Box 4-5 April 24: Our Policy in China


Box 4-5 May 1: Peace in the World


Box 4-5 May 8: A Constructive Labor Policy


Box 4-5 May 15: Good News!


Box 4-5 May 22: Ethics and Human Conflict


Box 4-5 June 5: Conscience of the City


Box 4-5 June 12: The Religious Rights of Children


Box 4-5 June 19: Religious Instruction and the Child


Box 4-5 June 26: The Meaning of Ethical Religion


Box 4-5 October 7: The Quest for Faith


Box 4-5 October 14: Displaced Persons


Box 4-5 October 21: John Dewey --Educator


Box 4-5 October 28: New Programs of Hatred


Box 4-5 November 4: The Steel Strike


Box 4-5 November 11: The Atomic Bomb


Box 4-5 November 18: The Conflict of Church and State


Box 4-5 December 2: Towards Democracy in Housing


Box 4-5 December 9: Towards World Government


Box 4-5 December 16: The Welfare State


Box 4-5 December 23: The World 1S Children


Box 4-5 December 30: A Free Man's Faith


1950


Box 4-5 January 6: The Right and Wrong of Mercy Killings


Box 4-5 January 19: The People of the City


Box 4-5 January 26: The Conscience of the City


Box 4-5 February 2: American Initiative Then and Now


Box 4-5 February 9: Brotherhood


Box 4-5 February 16: Do We Want Peace?


Box 4-5 March 2: The British Elections


Box 4-5 March 9: U.N. Deadlock


Box 4-5 March 16: A Fighting Faith in Peacetime


Box 4-5 March 23: Good Housing: A Test of Democracy


Box 4-5 March 30: Education for a Foreign Policy


Box 4-5 April 6: Peace and the Sacredness of Life


Box 4-5 April 13: Civil Rights and Civil Liberties


Box 4-5 All subsequent talks we're part of the "Equal Justice Under Law" series


1951


Box 4-5 November 25: The Forgottenest People


Box 4-5 December 2: Hospitals and Prejudice


Box 4-5 December 9: What Other Nations Think


Box 4-5 December 16: The Right to Eat


Box 4-5 December 23: The Christmas Spirit and Bigotry


1952


Box 4-5 January 6: Race Violations and "States' Rights"


Box 4-5 January 13: Our Children's Prjudices


Box 4-5 January 20: The Rights of American Indians


Box 4-5 January 27: Freedom of Residence


Box 4-5 February 3: (re: Africa)


Box 4-5 February 10: Negro History Week


Box 4-5 February 17: (re: Groveland Case)


Box 4-5 February 24: Prayers in Public Schools


Box 4-5 March 2 : Conflict Over Segregated Schools


Box 4-5 March 9: Treatment of Chinese and Immigrants


Box 4-5 March 16: Our Immigration Policy


Box 4-5 March 23: Puerto Rican Neighborhoods


Box 4-5 March 30: A Citizen Training Opportunity


Box 4-5 April 6: The Protection of Children


Box 4-5 April 20: (re: Federal Judge W. Waring)


Box 4-5 April 26: K.K.K. and N.A.A.C.P.


Box 4-5 May 4: American Indian Rights


Box 4-5 May 11: Our Children and Youth


Box 4-5 May 25: Housing Discrimination


Box 4-5 June 1: Where Do the Candidates Stand?


Box 4-5 June 8: Learning to Live Democratically and the Life and Teaching of John Dewey


Box 4-5 June 15: Civil Rights and Civil Liberties


Box 4-5 June 21: Preparing for Citizenship


Box 4-5 December 27: Peace on Earth, Goodwill Toward Men


1953


Box 4-5 January 18: Anti-Semitism


Box 4-5 January 31: Event in Harlem: Displaced New Yorkers


Box 4-5 February 8: The President's Address


Box 4-5 March 11: Housing and Low-Income Minorities, N.Y.C.


Box 4-5 March 15: School Segregation


Box 4-5 March 22: Segregation (with mention of the Encampment for Citizenship)


Box 4-5 March 29: (re: children of migrant workers)


Box 4-5 April 5: Federal Funding and Segregation


Box 4-5 April 12: Fair Employment Practices


Box 4-5 April 19: The Birth of Israel --Fifth Anniversary


Box 4-5 April 26: Indian and Wardship


Box 4-5 May 10: Housing and Civil Rights


Box 4-5 May 17: U.N.E.S.C.O.


Box 4-5 May 24: Encampment for Citizenship


Box 4-5 May 31: Civil Rights

Series IV: Miscellaneous Addresses, late 1930s-1962 September



Box 6 Late 1930s On the Nature of Liberty, 1930s


Box 6 1938 no title (re: France and the future of liberty), 1938


Box 6 March 1938 "What Youth Asks" address to an older audience, March 1938


Box 6 July 1938 Concerning Fascist Forces and "Democracy in Action", July 1938


Box 6 December 25, 1938 Addresses by Dr.Wi1he1m Boerner, Ormsbee W. Robinson, &A.D. Black re: Christmas), December 25, 1938


Box 6 ca. 1939 Opening Words Sunday Morning ere: Isolation/Collective Meeting of Ethical Security) Society, 1939


Box 6 1941-42 Men of Little Faith Radio Talk


Box 6 1941-42 (re: personal isolationism) Radio Talk


Box 6 1941-42 The Wagner Act and the Republic Steel Case Radio Talk


Box 6 1941-42 (re: isolationism and interdependence between U.S.A. Radio Talk and Europe)


Box 6 1941-42 (Question re: World War II) Radio Talk


Box 6 January 4, 1942. Message in Response to President Roosevelt's Call to Religious Organizations to Mark America's Entry into the War


Box 6 June 11, 1944. Invasion: A Time of Consecration (Jerome Nathanson, Dr. V.T. Thayer, Algernon D. Black) Special morning service of N.Y. Ethical Society


Box 6 Spring 1945 (after 4/12) On the Death of F.D.R., 1945


Box 6 April 14, 1945 Memorial Service in Honor of Franklin Delano Roosevelt Special morning service of N.Y. Ethical Society, April 14, 1945


Box 6 May 8, 1945. V-E Day Services. Special morning service of N.Y. Ethical Society


Box 6 May 16, 1945. V-J Services. Special morning service of N.Y. Ethical Society


Box 6 May 1947. Draft of Declaration on Human Rights and Responsibilities. Policy statement of American Ethical Union.


Box 6 October 13, 1956. An Ethical Philosophy of Life. Lecture given outside of Society.


Box 6 May 18, 1958. Your Life and Your Faith, A Graduation Address Purpose Graduation Address, Ethical Culture Schools


Box 6 September 1962. The Theory and Practice of Effective Community Action / Memo as basis for discussion Prepared for Leaders Seminar of the American Ethical Movement

Series V: Pamphlets, circa 1935-1967


Subseries V.1: Published under auspices of N.Y. Society for Ethical Culture and/or American Ethical Union, circa 1935-1964 April


Box 6 A. Ethical Culture Movement/Ethical Culture Society


Box 6 Ethical Faith (Ca. 1950)


Box 6 The Meaning of Ethical Culture (1960)


Box 6 Ethical Culture: A Living Faith for Modern Man (1963)


Box 6 Are We Religious? (ca. 1946)


B. Religious and Moral Issues


Box 6 What Men Live By (ca. 1935)


Box 6 Our Godless Age (3/14/43)


Box 6 The Church and Religious Freedom (December 1949)


Box 6 Can Humanism Meet Man's Spiritual Need? (1959)


Box 6 Our Moral Heritage in a World Without God (Annual Felix Adler Memorial Lecture, April 1964)


C. Discrimination and Civil Rights


Box 6 Anti-Semitism: Is There an Answer? (1938)


Box 6 The City's Children and the Challenge of Racial Discrimination (1958)


D. Politics and Democracy


Box 6 Democracy and Ethical Culture (late 1930s)


Box 6 War and the Individual -- Is Pacifism the Answer? (ca. 1937)


Box 6 War and the Democratic Spirit ( September 13, 1932 - A.D. Black and J. Nathanson), September 13, 1932


Box 6 The Road Ahead (October 30, 1938)


Box 6 Can We Save America's Freedom? (March 29, 1953)


E. Family, Children


Box 6 The Religious Education of the Child (2 editions: 1930s and revised edition ca. 1950), 1930s


Box 6 Ethics of Birth Control (1936)


Miscellaneous


Box 6 Memorial for Benjamin Cohen (A.D.B. and other speakers -March 1960)


Subseries V.2: Non-Ethical Society pamphlets, 1936, 1954, 1958, 1967


A. Public Affairs Committee, 1954, 1958, 1967


Box 6 If I Marry Outside My Religion (2 editions: 1954 -#204; and revised version 1967 -#204A), 1954, 1967


Box 6 Who's My Neighbor? (October 1958 -#273) and edition: Fair Play in Housing --Who's My Neighbor? (1966 -#396), 1958


B. Discrimination, 1936


Box 6 Ethical Issues of the Armenian Question (1936 reprinted from The Standard)

Series VI: Miscellaneous Publications


Subseries VI: 1. Ethical Culture, 1934 October-1962 April


Box 6 Ethical News: "War and Human Conscience II (April 1, 1962)


Box 6 Ethical Religion Speaks: "Soviet Achievement: Implications for America" (December 15, 1957)


Box 6 The Humanist: "Civil Rights and Ethical Responsibilities" (April 1951)


Box 6 Ideals at Work: "United Nations Greeted by Ethical Leaders" (December 1955) Morality and American Freedom (Book, with selections by leaders of Ethical Culture Society) (1972)


Box 6 News Letter, New York Society for Ethical Culture: "An Easter Message" (April 1957)


Box 6 The Standard: "The Rights of Children" (October 1934)


Box 6 "An Approach to Moral Education" (November 1937)


Box 6 "Ethical Religion and Youth" (May or June, 1939')


Box 6 "The Ethical Movement and Human Experience" (February 1940)


Box 6 "Ethical Societies Must Face the Future" (March 1944)


Box 6 "The Armenian People" (March 1946)


Box 6 "Divorce By Mutual Consent" (January 1949)


Box 6 "The Case of Cardinal Mindszenty" (March 1949)


Box 6 "You and World Religion" (Lyman Bryson & A.D.B. –November-December 1953)


Subseries VI: 2. Miscellaneous periodicals, 1932 February-1971 July


Church and Society


Box 6 Issue titled "Voluntary Parenthood" , with articles by A.D. Black and Margaret Sanger and Hannah Stone, 1932 February


The Churchman


Box 6 "Is Humanism Enough?", 1971 June-July


The Journal of Intergroup Relations:


Box 6 "The Quest for Community", 1959-1960 Winter


Child Study:


Box 6 "Religious Education in the Ethical Movement" (February 1936)


Box 6 "Youth and Citizenship Responsibility" (Summer 1942)


National Parent-Teacher:


Box 6 "How Children Acquire Morale" (September 1951)


School Parent:


Box 6 "What Are Youth Is Questions?" (October 1936)


School Volunteer News (Public Education Association):


Box 6 "Helping the Child to Live and Learn: Challenge to the Citizens" (November 1963)

Series VII: Books -- Algernon David Black, 1962-1974


Box 6 The People And The Police – Publisher McGraw-Hill., 1968


Box 6 The First Book Of Ethics --Publisher, Franklin Watts, Inc., 1965


Box 6 The Young Citizens, The Story of the Encampment for Citizenship, Publisher, Frederick Ungar, Co., 1962


Box 6 Without Burnt Offerings: Ceremonies of Humanism. Viking, 1974.


Box 6 The Woman Of The Wood: A Tale from old Russia. Holt, Rinehart, Winston, 1973.

Series VIII: Subject Files


Subseries VIII: 1 - Settlement Work, 1923-1930



Box 17 l. My first Settlement House Job -The Hudson Guild in Chelsea – Hell's Kitchen", 1923


Box 17 2. Hudson Guild -Settlement House


Box 17 3. My Work: at Madison House Settlement -1926-1930


Box 17 4. Madison House Settlement General (Appendix)


Subseries VIII: 2 - Labor Movement, undated


Box 17 5. My Work in the Labor Movement (1)


Box 17 6. My Work in the Labor Movement•(2)


Box 17 7. My Work in the Labor Movement (3)


Box 17 8. West Virginia Children of the Coal Mines Project


Subseries VIII: 3: Birth Control, 1929-1970s



Box 18 9. Birth Control Movement -The Beginnings of My Involvement (1929-1930)


Box 18 10. Birth Control Movement -My Involvement thru, 1940s


Box 18 11. Birth Control Involvement Welfare and Health Council of New York Crisis and Conflict - 1953


Box 18 12. Birth Control Involvement - Activities in the 1950s


Box 18 13. Birth Control Movement: - 1960s and 1970s, 1960s, 1970s


Subseries VIII: 4: Abortion Reform, undated


Box 18 14. Abortion Reform Movement


Box 18 15. Movement for Voluntary Sterilization


Box 18 16. Abortion Reform Movement. BOX 19


Subseries VIII: 5: "Subversive"-The McCarthy Era, 1938-1960, undated



Box 19 17. Subversive -"Guilt By Association" -The Beginnings


Box 19 18. Subversive -My "Respectabilities" or "Unlisted" organizations -Awards and Activities


Box 19 19. Subversive -House UnAmerican Activities Committee -Background.


Box 19 20. Attacks based on H.U.A.C. Listings.


Box 19 21. Subversive –H.U.A.C. Attacks -"Guilt by Association"


Box 19 22. Subversive Examples of Activities with Organizations Listed by HUAC as subversive.


Box 19 23. Subversion – The Spanish Civil War


Box 19 24. The Spanish Civil War -Appendix



Box 20 25. Subversion -1939-1940 -Greater New York Conference on Inalienable Rights


Box 20 26. Subversion -Attack by a Newspaper -"The Tablet"


Box 20 27. Subversion - 1948 -"Tablet"/Youthbuilders Attack, 1948


Box 20 28. Subversive -Correspondence on Attack on The Encampment for Citizenship by H.U.A.C.


Box 20 29. Examples of Work, Social Activism, Community Action outside the The Ethical Society.


Box 20 30. Subversion -Freedom House -Controversy, 1960


Box 20 31. Subversive -1943-1949 –The Waldorf Conference Controversy



Box 21 32. Subversive -The Passport Incident


Box 21 33. Subversive The F.B.I. File


Box 21 34. Subversive - CIA File -1938 through Present


Subseries VIII: 6: Radio Experience, undated


Box 21 35. My Radio Experiences


Box 21 36. Drafts and Samples of WQXR Scripts.


Box 21 37. My Radio Experience -Excerpts of Radio "Fan" Mail


Box 21 38. Radio Experience -Miscellaneous Scripts for Various Stations


Box 21 39. Radio Addresses by Other Leaders


Subseries VIII: 7: Experience In Indian Affairs, 1954, 1974, undated



Box 22 40. Sabbatical Year and My Trip to the Reservations (1954)


Box 22 41. How I Became Involved•


Box 22 42. Appendix -Association on American Indian Affairs, Inc.


Box 22 43. A Visit to Three Tribes -1954--The Menominee


Box 22 44. A Visit .to the Chippewa at Red Lake


Box 22 45. Stopover After Pine Ridge


Box 22 46. The Oglala Sioux at Pine Ridge


Box 22 47. My Report – Some Reflections


Box 22 48. Indian Affairs - Appendix


Box 22 49. Report of 1954 to the Menominee on Termination -and the Menominee Revisited in 1974, 1954, 1974


Subseries VIII: 8: Study On Medicine, 1962-1972


Box 22 50. Study on Discrimination in Medicine (1962-1963)


Box 22 51. Discrimination in Medicine -Appendix


Box 22 52. Special Projects -Study on Nurses, 1962-1963


Box 22 53. August 1972 -A Report on and Visit to Overboook, A State Correctional Institute for Boys, ages 8-12 New York., August 1972


Subseries VIII: 9: Work Camps for America, 1940-1941, undated



Box 23 54. Work Camps for America -1940-1941


Box 23 55. Work Camps for America -Appendix (Copies of Various Minutes)


Box 23 56. Work Camps for America (Relationship with International Student Service)


Subseries VIII: 10: Encampment for Citizenship, 1940-1969


Box 23 57. Encampment for Citizenship -Its Beginnings, Purposes & General Background


Box 23 58. Encampment for Citizenship -The Campers


Box 23 59. Encampment for Citizenship -The Campers -What They Think They Got and What They Did


Box 23 60. Encampment for Citizenship -Faculty and Staff


Box 23 61. Encampment for Citizenship -Staff Handbook



Box 24 62. Encampment for Citizenship -Staff Evaluation of the Encampment


Box 24 63. Encampment for Citizenship -Educational Program Outlines, 1940s-1960s


Box 24 64. Encampment for Citizenship -Workshops


Box 24 65. Encampment for Citizenship -International Workshops


Box 24 66. Encampment for Citizenship Lectures



Box 25 67. Encampment for Citizenship Educational Policies Committee


Box 25 63. Encampment for Citizenship -Constitution Meetings/Finance


Box 25 69. Encampment for Citizenship -Educational Policy Committee


Box 25 70. Encampment for Citizenship -The Berkeley Encampment (1953-1959-1960)


Box 25 71. Encampment for Citizenship -Puerto Rico Encampment (1959-1961)


Box 25 72. Encampment for Citizenship -Puerto Rico Encampments (1962-1969)


Box 25 73. Encampment for Citizenship "The Young Citizens" -Response to my Letter -1959-1960



Box 26 74. Encampment for Citizenship -Alumni Letters


Box 26 75. Encampment for Citizenship -Individual Stories


Box 26 75. Encampment for Citizenship -Peace Corps


Subseries VIII:11 New York City Police/Civilian Complaint Review Board, 1966


Box 26 77. Civilian Complaint Review Board - (1)


Box 26 78. Civilian Complaint Review Board - (2)


Box 26 79. Civilian Complaint Review Board - (3)


Box 26 80. Civilian Complaint Review Board - (4)


Box 26 8l. Civilian Complaint Review Board - (5)


Box 26 82. Civilian Complaint Review Board - (6)


Subseries VIII:12 -Personalities -As I Remember Them, undated



Box 27 83. Eleanor Roosevelt


Box 27 84. Dr. Albert Einstein and Dr. J.Robert Oppenheimer


Box 27 85. Senator George Metcalf, Frances Levenson, Dr. George Cannon Congressman Earl Brown, "Nanny" Pollitzer


Box 27 86. Robert Kennedy, Martin Luther King, Dorothy Norman, Monsignor Cornelius J. Drew.


Box 27 87. Leopold Stowkowski, Walter White, Jackie Robinson.


Box 27 School Study


Box 27 Special Study-Negroes in TV