Rare Book & Manuscript Library
 

Lewis Corey papers, 1910-1953

Series II: Manuscripts

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, only CU affiliates may view materials on-site. YOU MUST REQUEST AN APPOINTMENT BEFORE PLACING REQUESTS. Email rbml@library.columbia.edu to request an appointment. You may submit a request for materials once your appointment is confirmed. Affiliates will login with their uni and password, and need to register the first time they make a request.




Box 2 Pre-Communist and Communist Period, 1922



Box 3 Amalgamated Union-- Articles and manuscript of book about Union



Box 4 Amalgamated Union-- Correspondence; The New Third Party-- Correspondence, 1946-47


Fanny Wright Research



Box 5 Preliminary research; Outline of Last 12 Chapters; Notes for Chapter 4,5,8,9



Box 6 Chapters 9-12, 14-18, 20; Epilogue; Feminist Chapter; Infidelity Chapter



Box 7 Various notes; Clippings; Photostats; Research; Nashoba Chapter



Box 8 Drafts of Chapters 1-9


Box 8 Obituaries



Box 9 Articles by Corey



Box 10 Articles by Corey


Box 10 Union for Democratic Action


Box 10 Americans for Democratic Action


Box 10 Correspondence of the 1940s relating to lectures, UTA, ADA, Labor and Peace Movements, including such individuals as Granville Hicks, Sidney Hook and Reinhold Niebuhr, 1940s



Box 11 Articles by Corey (unpublished and published)


Box 11 Lectures


Box 11 Material relating to an unfinished book, Understanding of America



Box 12 Reviews and related correspondence



Box 14 Lectures--Marxism

(includes "Beyond Marxism to Socialism")



Box 15 Lectures--Town Hall



Box 16 Lectures--labor relations, Marxism, Social and Political Movements



Box 17 Antioch


Box 17 Antioch Review, 1943-1952



Box 18 Lectures

(topics include economics, labor relations, and Marxism)



Box 19 Letters from Students, 1942-1952


Box 19 "Three Boys" Article


Box 19 War Activities

(correspondents include Daniel Bell, Charles Beard, Clifford Geertz, Max Lerner, David Lilinthal, Reinhold Niebuhr, and Walter Reuther)



Box 20 1949-1950


Box 20 Corey-MacGregor Controversy



Box 21 Labor relations


Box 21 World reconstruction


Box 21 Middle Class (articles and an outline of an unfinished book)



Box 22 Syllabi


Box 22 Labor Institute



Box 23 Attacks on Corey


Box 23 Correspondence, including individuals such as Victor Reuther, Max Eastman


Box 23 Lecture-- "In Defense of Capitalism"



Box 24 Notes



Box 25 Printed Material