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Earl L. Packer papers, 1910-1990

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Call No.: BA#0550
Bib ID 5012629 View CLIO record
Creator(s) Packer, Earl L
Title Earl L. Packer papers, 1910-1990
Physical Description 64000 items (124 boxes)
Language(s) English .
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Arrangement

Arrangement

Arranged into 8 series.

Description

Summary

The Packer collection contains 64,000 items from the files of this American diplomat. It is complete in its representation of every aspect of his life. The papers include personal and professional correspondence, manuscripts, documents, printed materials, and Russian cartoons and illustrations, as well as original World War I posters. It also contains an array of photographs taken by Mr. Packer between 1917 and 1923, which depict scenes from the Russian Revolution and from Russian city life.

Mr. Packer's correspondence includes letters from Upton Sinclair and cataloged photographs trace his career. Packer held the consular and diplomatic titles of Vice Consul. Consul, Consul General, Third Secretary of Legation, First Secretary of Embassy, Counselor of Embassy, and Charge d'Affaires.

The manuscripts in this collection include most of his published works as well as many unpublished items, such as articles, essays, stories, and small diaries and journal notebooks.

The largest part of the collection is taken up by Packer's extensively detailed subject files dealing with Soviet Russia. These subject files encompass over half of the collection and cover all aspects of the U.S.S.R., from politics and propaganda, culture and trade, to history and international relations. There are also numerous clippings about the Soviet Union from American and international newspapers, some of them pre-Revolutionary, as well as two volumes of a pre-Revolutionary Russian dictionary. Other subject files include various European and Asian countries and International organizations. Spanning over eight decades, the Packer collection is an in-depth look at a country through the eyes of an American.

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Genre/Form

Heading "CUL Archives:"
"Portal"
"CUL Collections:"
"CLIO"
"Nat'l / Int'l Archives:"
"ArchivedGRID"
Diaries Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Essays Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Letters (correspondence) Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Photographs Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID

Subject

Heading "CUL Archives:"
"Portal"
"CUL Collections:"
"CLIO"
"Nat'l / Int'l Archives:"
"ArchivedGRID"
Sinclair, Upton, 1878-1968 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
United States. Department of State Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID

History / Biographical Note

Biographical / Historical

American diplomat to the U.S.S.R. (Riga) and author.

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Series I: Correspondence


Arranged Correspondence:



Box 2 A. M. Marquis Co.


Gunars Meierovics


Mel'gunov


Marion Nikolajczyk


Ruth Mitchell


Murphy and Henderson


Earl Packer, official business con-espondence


John C. Perts


Clippings and letters to various editors


Col. Eugene Prince


Query letters


Reader's Digest


Recht's manuscript


Easton Rothwell


Father Rudinsky


Memoranda and professional correspondence, 1936-1939


Anastasia


State Department, 1936-1941


Miscellaneous Correspondence:



Box 3 Correspondence



Box 4 Correspondence

Series II: Journals



Box 5 Journals



Box 5a Journals



Box 5b Journals and passports

Series III: Photographs



Box 6 Photographs



Box 6a Photographs

Series IV: Drawings and Maps



Box 6b Drawings and Maps

Series V: Manuscripts


Earl L. Packer:



Box 7 "American Spotlight on Soviet Copyright"


"The Baltic States, the Helsinki Conference and 'Betrayal"'


"Beauty Contests Originated in the Ukraine"


"Bolshevik War and Bolshevik Peace"


"Centralization of Power"


"The Commissar's Daughter"



Box 8 "Content"


"Disposing of Disposables"


"Doctoring the Record"


"First Formal Tea"


''History of a Kremlin Pledge"


"Krushchev After Russia"


''Introduction"


"Methods"


"Motivations"


"Mouse in the Corner"



Box 9 "National Question"


"Objectives"


"On Effective Speaking"


"Quid Pro Quo I"


"Quid Pro Quo-New Series"


'"Red' Intervention and 'Foreign' Intervention"


"Soviet Expansionism"


"The Soviet Union and its European Satellites" (Part I, Chapter IV)


"Surprise Attack"



Box 10 "This Week in Cincinnati"


"The Twentieth Congress of the C.P.S. U."


"The Yalta Conference Documents: A Study of Textual Variations"


"Volume Outline"


"Yes, Nikita, There is an 1ron Curtain"


"Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow"


"Yost, C. W."


Identified Manuscripts: Earl L. Packer:



Box 11 Articles (newspaper, etc.)


Boston Globe, "The 1933 Agreements", 1933


Cold War


Current-1964


Current, other


Earliest Manuscripts



Box 12 Earliest Manuscripts


Foreign Affairs-ideas for final report


Funk and Wagnalls-notes and drafts


Holdovers


Hold with U.S.S.R Conclusions


Introduction to Blodniek's Book


June 1960



Box 13 Mimeographs


1964 and 1965 late, 1964, 1965


Recent


Reply to Chossudovsky


Revision, items for


Speller, potential manuscript for


Speller, ribbon copies 2


Stories


Miscellaneous Manuscripts:



Box 14 Manuscripts



Box 15 Manuscripts


Ideas for Manuscripts:



Box 16 Articles, items for


Notes


Policy


Projects


Research Material for Book (operetta)


Scribblings


Sources


Tasks


Trans global


Voice of America


Miscellaneous Ideas for Manuscripts:



Box 17 Manuscripts by Iris Packer:



Box 18 "We Traveled with the Moiseyev Dancers"


Miscellaneous Manuscripts



Box 19 Miscellaneous Manuscripts



Box 20 Miscellaneous Manuscripts


Research for "The Yalta Conference Documents: A Study of Textual Variations":



Box 21 Yalta Conference


Yalta Documents-U.K.



Box 22 Yalta Documents-U.S.


Yalta Documents-U .S.S. R

Series VI: General Files



Box 23 A Day at State


Addresses


American Council of Voluntary Agencies for Foreign Services


Amusing Items


Anti-communist International


Army and Navy Club and National Arts Club


Book Lists


Book Reviews


Business Cards


Cartoons


Curriculum Vitae



Box 24 Closing Legation at Riga


Clubs, military-navel


Clubs, miscellaneous


Committee for Economic Development


Conference ofWeekly Newspaper Editors


Diplomas, papers, etc.


Earth and Universe


The Family Heritage Book


Holiday Greetings from Mrs. Iris Packer


Guide


History of Diplomacy Class


Hurd. and Gr., account with


Institute for American Strategy


Kronstadt Thesis, Petrov--Skitalets


Laws



Box 25 Lecture Materials, USSR


Lecture Notes


Lectures, teaching courses


Lejins


Luncheons, foreign service, NY


Medals


Names of Fish


The Packer Post


Personal Callers


Pens Drawings, pertaining co


Published Items



Box 26 Patent Data


Raymond Project


Retirement, articles on


Soviet Film, personal order for


Speeches, personal



Box 27 Scamps, cancelled 4


Scamps, uncancelled


TV Appearance, FNA, February24, 1952


Travel


Trip to USSR


Trip to Washington, DC


Miscellaneous


Dagier:



Box 28 Dagier, correspondence


Dagier, miscellaneous


Letters and Memos about Simplifier Project


Simplifier, contracts


Simplifier, list of material on


Simplifier Project, '"Sponsor' Time Simplifier"


Simplifier, sunset house


Employment. Specific:



Box 29 Current


Military


Official


Post-retirement


Scholastic Magazine


Employment. Miscellaneous:



Box 30 Foreign Service:



Box 31 Accounts


Amalgamation


At the Crossroads


Budget Bureau


Case, Packer


Confidential


Confidential, refrigerator


Diplomatic Corps Lists


Diplomatic Lists (Riga, Budapest, Ankara, Tunis)



Box 32 Foreign Service Day Conference


Foreign Service Research, Inc., Harkil Corporation


Kerman and Harlsons


Law


Personal Files, early


Personnel


Reinstatement into Foreign Service


Reporting


Retirement, recent


Salvadori Speech



Box 33 State Department (1925-1942)


State Department (1929-1932)


State Department, Kennan


State Department, Simplifier Project


State Department, suggestions to


Statistics, executive officers


Taxation/ credentials


Foreign Service. miscellaneous:



Box 34 Packer, subject files



Box 35 Packer, subject files



Box 36 Packer, subject files


United States:



Box 37 "Aide"



Box 38 39Anti-radical cases


The Campaign


"Christian Democratic Review"


CIA Disclosures


Committee for Economic Development, reports


Conditions


Democratic and Republican Platforms


Democratic Convention


Freedom of the Press (post-Pentagon papers)


Freedom of Information Act


Government Information Service


Harry and Ike


Herbert Hoover Library


Herbert Hoover Library, W. Branch IA


The Hoover Institute and Library, "The Soviet Union in World Affairs:


1948"


Box 38 Immigration (RF Kennedy et al)


Inter-American Business Education (Freeman)


Johnson, Lyndon B.


Kennedy


Law, general 6


Law, international


Logan Ace


Military Treaties


Monroe Doctrine


The New York Times, goofs


O'Hanlon, Virginia


Policy and Other important Statement of Western Leaders


Policy, statements by US officials


Post-democratic Convention Platform


Post-republican Convention


Rent Control



Box 39 Russian Research Center, Harvard (January 30-31, 1958)


Republican Convention


Security Clearance


States (new), recognition of


Treasury Department


Western Hemisphere States


Miscellaneous


Foreign Affairs and Policy, miscellaneous:



Box 40 Union of Soviet Socialist Republics



Box 41 Union of Soviet Socialist Republics



Box 42 Accusations (against an enemy)


Aesopian Language


Agitation


Aggression


Agriculture, grain data (1928-1931)


Algiers Conference, Soviet/Chinese relations


Amnesty


Anniversaries


Anti-Semitism


Arbitration


Armed


Assassination


Atrocities


Attack, surprise


Bargaining


Behaviorism


"Behind the Communist Line"


Belgrade Conference in Helsinki (/010/1977)


Berlin Blockade


Berlin Youth Plan (1951)


Bibliographic


Biographic



Box 43 Biography


Bladmington Carbondale Conference


Blockade


Bolshevik, program


Bolshevism


Bolshevization


Brain Washing


Breathing Space


Brest Litovsk


Buffer States


Bureaucracy



Box 44 Cadres


Camps, two


Capitalism


Capitalism, crisis of


Capitalist Encirclement


Censorship


Central Executive Committee


Childishness


China, possibility of war with


Changes, post-Stalin period


Charts and Lists


Choice


Chronology



Box 45 Chronology and Clippings


Citizenship


Clausewitz


Coercion


Coexistence


Coexistence, peaceful


Coexistence, peaceful ( 1963-


Cohabitation, peaceful


Collective Leadership


Collective, security, action


Collectivization


Colonialism


Cominform


Commerce


Communications



Box 46 Communism


Communism: 125 Years Later (1972)


Communist High Life 8


Communist Party Conference, Budapest (February-March1968)


Communist World Conference, proposed (1966 1967 1968 ..., 1967, 1968


Compromise


Conditional Reflexes, Pavlov, Gredeskal


"Confessions"


Conspiracy


Constitution


Constitution, Stalinist (1936-1939)


Constitutional Assembly


Constitutions


Constitutions, USSR, RSFSR, etc.


Control of Satellites


Conversion of Imperialist Wars into Civil Wars


Cooperation


Copyright



Box 47 Cosmopolitanism


Court System


Courts


Debts


Deceptions, history revised


Declaration of the Formation of the USSR, Treaty of Union


Dedication to Communism


Defectors


Defectors, Martin and Mitchell


Defecting, government officials



Box 48 Definitions, general


Democracy


Democracy, People's


Democratic Centralism


Democratic Nations


Demographic Data


Deportations


Dictatorship


Dictatorship of the Proletariat


Diplomacy


Diplomatic Relations


Diplomatic Relations with Foreign Governments (protection of


nationals, etc.)


Disarmament


Disarmament, 1960



Box 49 Disarmament (Moscow, Hague, Genoa, Geneva, UN)


Discipline


Disengagement


Dissidents


DOSAAF


Duranty Cables


Duties and Obligations of and to Ocher States and Workers


"Dvatzat Lyet Nazad" (1937)


East, the


Egalitarianism (theory and practice)


Eisenhower's Visit to {1959)



Box 50 Emigration


Equality of States


Establishment, the


Expansion, draft


Expansionism


Export of Revolution


Far Eastern Republic


Fascism


Fear


Ferment in USSR and Eastern Europe


Fifth Column


Fiftieth Anniversary


Flag


Force and Violence


Foreign


Foreign Aid


Forgeries


Formation and Development of


Fortieth Anniversary of, November 7, 1917



Box 51 Franco-Soviet Pact


Friends of the Soviet Union


"Front" Organizations


Frontiers


Funds


Future Developments, possible


Geneva Conference (April 1954)


Geneva Conference (/010/1955)



Box 52 Genoa


Genocide


German-Russian Cooperation


Germany, relations with


Glomar (mystery ship)


Gold


Government


Government, early


Government, interrelationship of, Comintern and Cominform


Hague, Lenin's instructions


Hatred


Health


Hearst's Trip to



Box 53 Helsinki (CSCE), 1975


History, Russian


Imperialism


Interpretation of Russian Revolution, etc.; "ideas"


lndividual, role of in history


Industrialization


Industrialization, collectivization (1928-1939)


Infallibility and invincibility of doctrine and leadership


Insults


Intelligence Services


Intelligentsia


Internal Affairs


Internal, fuels


Internal, political


Internationalism


international Outcome


International Law


International Police Force


Intervention


Intimidation


Iron Curtain


Iron Curtain, lifting the


Kidnapping


Kremlin, a communication to the


Kremlinologists



Box 54 Labor, forced


Labor, including forced


''Work-Or Else!"


Land Program


Law


Law, legation and consular


League of Nations, attitude towards


Legality


Lend Lease


Leninism


Leninist Succession (1924-1928)


Linguistics


Lippman's Visit to


Liquidated Peoples


Locarno and Eastern Locarno


Loyalty


Lying


Mandates


Marshall Plan


Marx on Russia


Marxism, science of; pseudo-science


Morality



Box 55 Morality


Mores


Munich


N arva and Pskov


National Affairs


Nationalism


Nationality Policy


Nationalization


Nazism and Communism, likenesses and differences


Negotiation


NEP Period, early (1921-1924)


Neutral


New World Congress (proposed 1964); Tagliatti Testament


1930s


Nixon's Visit to


Normal Relations


Non-interference (in the internal affairs of other states)


Non-cooperation (UN Organs, US exchange of person proposals, etc.)


Objectives


Objectivity


Opportunism


Organizations, communist


Pacifism


Patriotism (Patriotic War)


Parliamentarism



Box 56 Peace


Peace-loving Nations (states)


Peiping-Moscow Split


People's Democracies


Perfidy/Contradictions


Perfidy (concealment, deceit, distortion, double talk, misrepresentation, inventing claims, rewriting of history, secret treaties, secret diplomacy-the "Big Lie")


Perfidy, NS


Perfidy, post-Stalin


Planning


Planning, state


Police, "The Terror", (Cheka, GPU, MVD, MGB)


Political, general


Population


Power, attainment of (1917)


Power, before seizure of


Power, forcible seizure of


Power Mania


Power Position



Box 57 "Pravda", major editorials


Press and Other Information Media


Prisoners of War


Private Wealth


Proletarian Internationalism


Promises


Propaganda Agitation


Public Opinion, evidence of its existence or lack


Early Publications, Soviet


Publications, lists of


Purge Guly 1957). Communist Party of the Soviet Union


Purges, theory


Purges and Deportations, individuals, masses


Raw Materials



Box 58 Recognition


Recognition, for and against, etc.


Recognition, Sulzberger


Recognition, official statements against and Litvinoff Agreement


Regionalism


"Rehabilitation"


Repatriation


Revenge


Revolution, permanent


Revolutionary Situation


Romanov


Rudeness


Rumania (1966) Ceausescu's denunciation


Russia, early (confidential)


Sakharov Memorandum


Sanctions


Satellites, Earth


Satellites, moon


Science


Second Front


Security Concepts



Box 59 Security Concepts


Self-criticism


Self-determination (including Africans in the US)


Siberia, Frankel


Signposts


Slogans


Socialism


Socialism, in one country


Solzhenitsyn



Box 60 Sovereignty


"Soviet Affairs Notes"


Soviet Berlin Offer: Security Treaty and Subsequent Amendment (join


NATO proposal)


Soviet Orbit


"Soviet Orbit Propaganda"


Space Flights


Sputniks


State, the


State, interests of


State, withering away of


Statelessness


Statistics


Strike


Subservience, to Moscow


Succession in the Soviet Union. the Municipal Legislation and the


International Agreements


Tables Showing Congress, plenums, etc.


Tactics, partial demands


Tangier


Technical Aid


Technical Personnel


Tempo


Territorial Waters



Box 61 Terror


Thaw


Thaw, new (1964-


Theory, importance of


Thought Control


Threats


Tipping


Trade Unions


Transitional Period


Translation, art of, etc.


Transportation


Treason


Treaties


Treaties, mutual assistance


Treaty Violations


Trends


Trotsky and Zinouiev


"Trudovaya Gazeta" (1940)


Trusteeship System


Truth


Underground


Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, formation of


United Front


United Nations, attitude toward


United Nations, "Soviet Concept of the United Nations as an


International Security Organization"



Box 62 U-Z Incident (May 1960)


University for the Friendship of Peoples


"USSR" July 1960)


Vassilevsky Vestiges of Capitalism, bourgeois ideology, etc.


Veto


Victory, final


Vilification



Box 63 Visitors


Visitors, statements by


Warsaw Pace


Weakness of Nerves


"Who Whom"


World Communism, strategy and tactics of


World Federation


World Federation of Trade Unions


World Revolution


64


World Revolution


World Revolution and the Five Year Plan


World Revolution and Foreign Policy


World Revolution and the Red Army


World War II (1939-1945)


World War II, after


World War II, responsibility for victory, second front, etc.


World War Ill, Malik, "Third World War Has Begun" (February1952)


Youssoupoff


Packer's Original Filing Schedule


Culture:



Box 65 Beryozka Company


Bourgeois


Bourgeois Ideology, swvival of


Child Delinquency


Class Differences


Classics


Cultural Relations


Education


Education, civilian


Encyclopedias


Exploitation of Man by Man


Family


Freedom of Press, Religion, Assembly, etc.


Freedom in Russia through, 1917


individual, position of 15


Lectures on Russian Language by G. Mequet and M. Paul (in French)


May Day


Morality, communist


Morality and Ethics


Moscow Fair


Nationalities, treatment of


Nationality



Box 66 People, Jorden Articles: The People of Russia (1957)


Religion


Russian and Slavic Courses


Social Classes


Soviet Man


Visits, East to West and West to East


Youth


Miscellaneous


Soviet Children's Book Exhibit:



Box 67 Travel


Miscellaneous


Moisyev Dance Company:



Box 68 Attendance List and Personnel


Notes


Press Releases


Publications


Reports and Lists of Personnd


Travel


Miscellaneous


Communist Party:



Box 69 Conferences, international (Moscow, 1964-1965)


Dominance and Omnipotence of, Politboro, Stalin


Newspapers


1962


Programme of, (in Russian)


Organization and Comsomol, control of government


XXI Congress of


XXII Congress of (1961)


XXI11 Congress of (March1966)


XXIV Congress of


Miscellaneous


Economy:



Box 70 Committee for Economic Development


"Cotton Growing in Russia"


Economy



Box 71 Five Year Plan and Economic Reconstruction, the


Finance and Budget


Income Tax


Industry and Economy


International Economy/USSR



Box 72 Komekon, Soviet "Ekonomicheskoi Vzaimopomoshchi"


Krasny Arkhiv (1927)


Maneuverings


Policy, new


"Soviet Russian Export Possibilities"


Target Figures for Economic Development of the


Miscellaneous


Trade:



Box 73 East-West


"Memorandum on the Soviet Monopoly of Foreign Trade"


"Pre-war Foreign Trade of the Russian Empire"


US/Soviet and Eastern European (mostly from Dept. of Commerce)


Espionage:



Box 74 Abd


Appreheinnen Case


Barghoom


Current (for article)


Otto, John


White Case


Miscellaneous


Foreign Policy and Relations:



Box 75 Affairs


Bolshevic, 1966


Bolshevic, outline of


Bolshevik, today


Capital


China


Errors


Kremlin


Moscow


Post-Geneva


Relations, July -December 1953



Box 76 Miscellaneous


Soviet Leaders:



Box 77 Adzhubei


Andreyev


Beria


Bohlen, case of


Borodin


Brezhnev


Bulganin


Dobrynin


Gromyko


Gromulka, speech


Kaganovich


Kirilenko


Konev


Kosygin


Kozlov


Kronstadt


Kuznetsov


Lenin, testament of


Litvinov


Litvinov Protocol (Kellogg-Briand Pact)


Litvinov Statements


Malenkov, ouster and (internal)


Malenkov, Molotov, Kaganovich Purge, Bulganin



Box 78 Malenkov, miscellaneous


Manuilsky


Mekhlis, at XVIII Congress


Mikoyan


Molotov



Box 79 Pervukin


Pospelov


Radek


Rokossousky


Saburov


Serov


Shepilov


Shvemik


Voznesensky


Voroshilov


Vyshinsky


Zhukov


Krushchev:



Box 80 81, 1959-1960


1960-1964


Annotated


Austria, visit to (1959)


Bulganin/Krushchev's Visit to England (1956)


New York, visit to



Box 82 Ouster


Successor


United Nations, visit to


United Nations, visit to (1962)


UNGA, visit to (1960)


United States, visit to (1959)


Stalin:



Box 83 Stalin


Basic Framework


Desanctification of



Box 84 Desanctification of


Economics


Funeral


Index to]. V. Stalin's Works


"Interviews"


Rehabilitation of


Succession to


Towster, "USSR After Stalin"


Warnings to, (of impending Nazi attack)


Stalina, Svetlana


War:



Box 85 War, miscellaneous


Aggressive


By Proxy



Box 86 Civil


Class


Communism


Cost of


Damage and Losses


Guerilla


Holy


Inevitability of


Just and Unjust


"Last, Decisive Fight"


Preventive


Progressive


Psychological


Military:



Box 87 Armed Forces


Army, red (oath of)


Army of the World Revolution


Air force


Atom


Defense Measures


Education


Geographic Factors


Guided Missiles, etc.


Incidents (anywhere)



Box 88 Manoeuvres


Manpower Potential


Military Aid


Military Aid, inter-communist (Spain, Korea, IndoChina)


Morale, loyalty to regime (internal opposition, medals, oath)


Natural Resources


Navy


Policy


Potential


Security


"Soviet Generals: Personalities, Attitudes, and Conflicts"


Strategy


Terminology



Box 89 USSR and Satellites, military potential


Miscellaneous


Miscellaneous:

Series VII: USSR Related



Box 90 Anna Anderson as Anastasia Romanov



Box 91 Anna Anderson as Anastasia Romanov



Box 92 Anna Anderson as Anastasia Romanov



Box 93 Anna Anderson as Anastasia Romanov



Box 94 Anna Anderson as Anastasia Romanov



Box 95 Attacks by Various Persons:



Box 96 Attacks by Various Persons:



Box 97 Baldwin


Browder


Fischer, Louis


Foster, William Z.


Hottelet


Osusky, "The Way of the Free"


Petrov


Rounds


Salsbury


Sargant, Pavlov applied


Sulzberger


Intelligence Reports:



Box 98 Interview Reports:



Box 99 Subversiive Activities Control Board Documents:



Box 100 US/USSR Relations:



Box 101 Adenauer. visit to Moscow (September 1955)


American Committee for Liberation from Bolshevism


American Committee for the Liberation of the Peoples of Russia (Kirk)


Anti-American Items 2 l


Anti-communist Pamphlets


Anti-communist Publications


Astronauts, Telstar


Atlantic Charter


Atom Test Ban Treaty Ouly 1963)


Bloomington Conference


Central Intelligence Agency


"Collier's"



Box 102 Communist Party in the U.S.


Communist "Turncoats"


Congress of the Communist International


Consular Convention, U.S.-Soviet


Control ofU.S. Press


U.S. Spokesmen on USSR


Court Cases involving USSR, (2 folders)



Box 103 Dulles. Allen


East-West exchanges


Foreign Affairs


Geneva--July 1955


Geneva-October 1955


Geneva-1959


Geneva-Foreign Ministers-1959


History of U.S.-USSR Relations


International Research on Communist Techniques, Inc.


Katyn Massacre


Kennedy and Khrushchev in Vienna, June 1961


Marshall Statement


Pamphlets (1930s)


Powers Case 1



Box 104 Powers Case 2


Psychological Strategy Board


1001 Questions, 1001


Quotations on the USSR


RB47


How to deal with Russia and Communists


Statements of Soviet Policy by Moscow leaders


Speeches, 1947-1949


Summit, 1961


Summit, 1962


Summit-future



Box 105 Summit, new [conference]


Summit, new [conference]


Technical Books Exhibit 22


Trade between, development of


Travel to USSR


United Nations and U.S. Foreign Policy


U.S.-Soviet relations, 1964-1965



Box 106 United States and the West (Soviet attitude towards)


US/USSR Compared


Visitors to the USSR, Statements by


Voice of America


Voice of America-U.S. Information Agency


Western "Turncoats"


Misc.


Cold War:



Box 107 Cold War-I


ColdWar-2


Ball and the Cold War


Cold War "Coups"


Cold War-Organizations in Soviet orbit


Cold War-Organizations in US and West


Cold War-US


Foreign Affairs:



Box 108 Assembly of Captive European Nations


U.S. Statements re: Captive Nations


Bogota and Latin America


De GauUe, Charles


Diplomacy, Bibliography on


East-West Contracts


Escapees


European Union


Evaluation


Gordon Gray Report


Fulbright-U.S. Foreign Policy


Joint Press Reading Service


Geneva "Big Four" Conference



Box 109 Early International History


l.H., Immunities


l.H., Inaccuracies


I.H., International


I.H., Quotations


Moscow Conference


National Councils, Committees


Oil 23


Potsdam Conference


Quemoy and Matsu


Radar


Radio Free Europe


Rangoon Socialist Conference


Regional or World Items-General Statistics


Teheran Conference


Timing


USIS


U.S. Policy Reviewed-Suggestions for


Western Statements


World Population Items


Miscellaneous Countries:



Box 110 Albania, (2 folders)


Bulgaria, (2 folders)


Cuba


Czechoslovakia


France


French North Africa


Germany, East


Ghana


Greece


West Berlin


India



Box 111 Indonesia


Japan


Korea (North)


Lithuania


Mongolian Republic


Nehru


Poland


Ponugal


Romania


Santo Domingo


Sinkiang


Spain


Turkey


Vietnam, (2 folders)


Burma:



Box 112 Speeches on Burma


Official publications


Rangoon and Tunis


Seagrave


Burma 1


Burma 2


Burma 3



Box 113 Burma4


Burma 5


China:



Box 114 China 1


China 2


Chinese Eastern Railway


Mao Tse-Tung


Negotiations with Communist China


Quemoy


Recognition into UN by China


Tibet


Tito ism


Warsaw-U.S.-Chinese Talks in


Hungary:



Box 115 Hungarian and Baltic anniversaries


Publications 1


Publications 2


Publications 3


Publications 4



Box 116 Hungarian Revolt 1


Hungarian Revolt 2


Hungary-Misc.


Latvia:



Box 117 Latvia., misc.


Latvian Information Bulletin, (3 folders)


Munters, Vilhelms


Riga


Yugoslavia:



Box 118 Yugoslavia, (2 folders)


Policy statements of Western leaders


Balkan Entente


Balkan Pact


Miscellaneous Groups of Countries:



Box 119 Africa


Africans in Communist Countries


Afro-Asian Powers


Asia


Asia, southeast


Asia, southeast, Brandung Conference (April 1955)


Asian and Pacific Peace Conference (1952)


Baltic States


Europe, eastern


Europe, eastern, "Suggestions for Freeing Eastern Europe from Soviet


Control"


Europe, western


Far East (including Australia)


Latin America


Middle East


Satellites


Satellites, Eastern Europe and Asia


Scandinavia


International Organizations:



Box 120 American-Turkish Society


Asian-African Conference


International Confederation of Free Trade Unions


International Conference in Defense of Children


International Teachers' Federation


Interparliamentary Union


League of Nations


National Committee for Free Europe


NATO and Mutual Security


Peace Pact Appeal


Other Political Organizations


Political-General


Relationship to Communist Organizations in Russia


Socialist International


University of the Peoples of the East


World Federation of Democratic Youth


Youth Conference


Communist International:



Box 121 Communist International 1


Communist International 2


Comintern, Plan of Campaign (1927)


VII Congress -- Communist International


Communist International--General Staff of World Revolution


"New Comintern'' (1964)


Communist International--Organizations


Zinoviev Theses, March1919


United Nations:



Box 122 United Nations, miscellaneous


"The History of the United Nations", materials for


UNGA, 8th session (September 1953)


Uncharter Revision


Membership


Organs and Specialized Agencies


San Francisco,1955


Technical Assistance


Tenth Assembly


Veto


UNRRA


Brookings Institute:



Box 123 Brookings Institute, miscellaneous


Administrative


Background Information, basic Brookings documents, letter to ELP


Committee for Economic Development


Fiftieth Anniversary


International Studies Group



Box 124 1945-1955


Personal


Problem Paper


Program Proposals, activities, etc.


Research Program


Spread oflnformation, project


UN Project

Series VIII: Oversized Materials

(10 folders)

Documents, (3 folders)


Letters of Appointments, 1920-1947 (signed by B.Colby, Franklin D. Roosevelt,, 1920-1947


Harry Truman, and other officials)


Certificate of Baptism, 1894


Diplomas, 1912-1929


Award, 1968


Photographs (3 fo lders)


Drawings, (2 folders)


Perts, M.C., 1923. Watercolors


Patriotic War of 1812-1814 scenes, 1810s. Hand colored lithographs, 1812-1814


Maps, 1958-1959, (1 folder)


Imperial and Soviet Russia expansion in Asia


Imperial and Soviet Russia expansion in Europe


Decline of the old and expansion of the new colonialism since, 1939


Poster (hand made poster)


Clippings with articles about Packer