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New Leader records, 1895-2011, bulk 1924-2006

Summary Information

Abstract

These records contain correspondence, artwork, organizational records, and a full run of issues published by The New Leader, a liberal magazine of news and opinion that operated from 1924 until 2006.

At a Glance

Call No.: MS#1427
Bib ID 6912690 View CLIO record
Creator(s) New leader
Title New Leader records, 1895-2011, bulk 1924-2006
Physical Description 180 linear feet (103 document boxes 75 custom boxes 23 oversize boxes 18 record cartons)
Language(s) English , Yiddish , German , Hebrew , Russian , Japanese , Italian .
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Arrangement

Arrangement

This collection is arranged into 9 series.

Description

Summary

These records consist of correspondence, artwork, subject files, business records, and meeting minutes. The collection also includes the entire print run of the magazine, from 1924 until 2006. It features business letters between editors and contributing authors. Artwork used in The New Leader is organized by subject, or artist. The subject files touch on various topics, including the journal's interactions with other liberal-socialist groups, as well as its contacts with government agencies. Business and administrative records, as well as meeting minutes, detail the inner workings of the publication.

  • Series I: Bound Volumes and Issues, 1924-2006

    A full run of The New Leader from its first edition in 1924 to its last printed issue in 2006. The collection holds bound volumes for the magazine's earlier years. After 1950, some volumes are bound, others are loose issues in document boxes.

  • Series II: Correspondence, 1895, 1934-2008

    The bulk of this series consists of business letters to and from Sol Levitas, executive editor of The New Leader from 1937 to his death in January 1961. The materials in this series are maintained in the organization used by the magazine's office. There are overlapping years and correspondents. Researchers should be aware of this and must consult all the subseries to ensure they have found all the relevant letters.

    The correspondence is arranged alphabetically. Individual folders are organized reverse chronologically. These letters offer numerous insights into the operations of the magazine. They are mainly devoted to editorial questions, but are also filled with personal exclamations of affection, anxiety over political events, and familiar chit chat. Levitas also had the sad chore of sending condolences to numerous grieving families, as friends of the magazine died over the years.

  • Series III: Subject Files, 1919-1968, undated

    This series contains correspondence and research materials related to specific issues, organizations, or special magazine supplements. The files are arranged alphabetically by subject. Topics include, The Challenge of Africa, Icelandic Social Democrats, the American Committee of Cultural Freedom.

    The subject files include correspondence between Levitas and U.S. officials during the late 1940s and early 1950s. Materials related to India detail the negotiations between the magazine and the State Department regarding publicly funded subscriptions. Other records show how Levitas aided government operatives in a project to translate various editions of the Great Soviet Encyclopedia into English, in order to show how Bolshevik philosophies had changed over the years. The subject files devoted to Italy are filled with letters, receipts, and reports, concerning Levitas' trips to Europe during the early 1950s. These travels, which the government reimbursed, brought the editor important information concerning socialist parties in allied countries during the Cold War.

    Other subject files deal with research for individual articles, the preparations for the magazine's thirtieth anniversary gala, and the correspondence between Levitas and the Social Democratic Federation. Legal papers from a 1951 lawsuit between The New Leader and The Nation are also here. The lawsuit occurred after Clement Greenberg, an art critic at The Nation, submitted a letter to that magazine criticizing writer Julio Alvarez del Vayo for what he considered to be pro-Soviet views. After The Nation's editor, Freda Kirchwey, refused to print the letter, Greenberg sent it to The New Leader, which ran it in the March 19, 1951 issue. The Nation, contending the letter was libelous, also sued Greenberg and The New Leader's printer. The materials include excerpts of Alvarez del Vayo's writing used in The New Leader to support Greenberg's claim, legal documents and correspondence related to the lawsuit, and letters from readers.

  • Series IV: Business Files, 1922-2008, undated

    The business files in this collection include bound ledgers, minutes from board meetings, reprints, financial materials, and other material related to the operation of the magazine. Among the promotional materials in this series are the advertisements The New Leader used to hype itself.

  • Series V: Artwork, 1928-2006, undated

    The artwork is done in pen and ink, pencil, charcoal, pastel, and watercolor, and includes caricature and straight portraiture, scenes, maps, and collages. The artwork stored in document boxes is most often undated, untitled, and unsigned, and is sorted alphabetically by subject. It includes international leaders such as Indira Gandhi, Mikhail Gorbachev, and Margaret Thatcher. American presidents are well-represented, among them Richard Nixon, John F. Kennedy, Jimmy Carter, Bill Clinton, and George W. Bush. There are two groups of scenes, one depicting the U.S. and the other foreign countries, which are sorted alphabetically by subject. Several boxes of oversized artwork containing similar material are also sorted alphabetically by subject.

    The remaining oversized artwork is more often dated and signed. It is sorted alphabetically by artist and divided into covers, mechanicals (including design and promotional mockups and posters), and pieces from an exhibit at the New York Public Library (some of which were selected but not used in the exhibit).

    Figures such as Martin Luther King Jr. and Jack Kerouac, as well as scenes from the United States and other countries such as China and the Soviet Union, also appear. The artwork also includes posters and mechanicals for covers and promotional materials. The earliest art in the collection is a series of cartoons, published by The New Leader and drawn by Art Young, which satirizes the 1928 presidential election between Al Smith and Herbert Hoover.

    The New Leader's physical appearance underwent a transformation in 1961 when editor Myron Kolatch persuaded noted graphic designer Herb Lubalin to redesign the magazine and stay on as art director. Several artists whose work appeared frequently in The New Leader, Barry Geller, Gerry Gersten, and Joan Berg Victor, worked with Lubalin at Sudler, Hennessey & Lubalin in the early 1960s.

    Some artists will appear in all three groups of oversized artwork, and some subjects are dispersed through all sections of the artwork series. Researchers should be aware of this and must consult all the subseries to ensure they have found all relevant artwork.

  • Series VI: Photographs, 1906-2005, undated

    The photographs in this series are primarily black and white and are sourced from newswire services such as Wide World Photos, which provided a caption with a date and brief description of the photograph. They are sorted alphabetically by subject. The subjects include countries and cities; individuals, including politicians, world leaders, and cultural figures; events, including world conferences, wars, and protests; and miscellaneous subjects, such as airports, basketball, parks, and atomic bombs. The photographs represent both domestic and international scenes, and there is particular emphasis on individuals, places and subjects related to the Soviet Union, Socialism, and Communism, such as the Solidarity movement in Poland and scenes in East and West Berlin. Some folder titles, such as "U.S. Underworlds, Gangsters," "Wetbacks," and "Wild West," defy easy categorization. The last two boxes contain stock publicity photos of writers, dancers, musicians, and actors.

  • Series VII: Scrapbooks, 1941-1980, undated

    This series contains scrapbooks filled with advertising and promotional materials, as well as clippings of stories that mention The New Leader, and American Labor Conference newsletters and other materials. The series is arranged alphabetically, by each scrapbook's title, and then chronologically.

  • Series VIII: Ephemera, 1918-1989, undated

    This series holds an American flag that had once flown above the U.S. Capitol. It has The New Leader's laminated 1924 certificate of incorporation, as well as seals for stamping important documents and audio recordings of speeches given during a New Leader anniversary event.

  • Series IX: Archived Web Site, 2011

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Preferred Citation

Identification of specific item; Date (if known); New Leader records, 1895-2008; Box and Folder; Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Columbia University Library.

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Immediate Source of Acquisition

Source of acquisition--American Labor Conference on International Affairs, Inc. Method of acquisition--Purchase; Date of acquisition--2006.

About the Finding Aid / Processing Information

Columbia University Libraries, Rare Book and Manuscript Library

Sponsor Information

A special grant from the Henry Luce Foundation -- awarded in 2007 -- aided in processing

Processing Information

Papers processed Kate Lauber CU 2008, Becky Abrams CU 2009, Ashley James CU 2009, Joanna Smolenski CU 2009, Sonia Tycko CU 2009 and Thai Jones GSAS 2013 2008.

Finding Aid written by Thai Jones and Kate Lauber July 2008.

Collection is processed to folder level.

Revision Description

2009-04-22 File created.

2009-04-23 xml document instance created by Carrie Hintz

2015-04-08 XML document instance revised by Catherine C. Ricciardi. Series IX: Office Files was added to an earlier version of this finding aid, but Series IX already existed as Subseries II.3. This error has been corrected.

2018-04-09 XML document instance revised by Catherine C. Ricciardi. Added Series IX: Archived Web Site.

2019-05-20 EAD was imported spring 2019 as part of the ArchivesSpace Phase II migration.

Subject Headings

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Anti-communist movements -- United States -- History Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Arts -- Political aspects -- United States Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Arts, American -- 20th century Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Bell, Daniel, 1928- Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Bentley, Eric, 1916- Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Cold War -- Social aspects -- United States Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Communism Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Freedom and art -- Political aspects -- United States Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Geller, Barry, 1932-2010 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Intellectuals -- New York (State) -- New York -- History -- 20th century Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Kalnin̦š, Brūno Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Kolatch, Myron Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Kristol, Irving Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Kweskin, Sam Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Levitas, Samuel M Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Literature -- History and criticism -- Periodicals Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Lubalin, Herb, 1918-1981 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Oneal, James, 1875-1962 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Political parties Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Politics and culture -- United States Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Socialism -- New York (State) -- New York -- History -- 20th century Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Socialism -- Periodicals Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Socialism -- United States Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Socialism -- United States -- Newspapers Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Victor, Joan Berg Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID

History / Biographical Note

Biographical / Historical

The New Leader, a social-democratic journal of "news and opinion" commented upon, engaged with -- and, at times, actively attempted to reconfigure-- the tenor of its epoch. From 1924 to 2006, it printed significant work by prominent intellectuals on an array of subjects, but it devoted its best energies and much of its editorial space to criticizing the Soviet Union.

Originating as the official newspaper of the American Socialist Party, it evolved into a liberal anti-communist magazine that truly found its voice as an untiring adversary of Stalinism. The combination of progressive social advocacy and staunch Cold War combativeness allowed it to engage an unusually wide swath of the political spectrum; its stances attracted praise or ire-- and often both-- from figures as diverse as Upton Sinclair and Senator Joseph McCarthy. "It would be impossible for any normal person to agree with all that appears in The New Leader" wrote The New York Times on the occasion of the journal's thirtieth anniversary"but it is possible for all lovers of free expression to welcome the fact that The New Leader exists and that, with its variety of voices, it continues to sound off.".

For eighty-two years, the magazine featured crucial, vivid reportage. "Every good impulse in social and political life has had the support of this paper" a columnist noted. "Every lively, honest and decent writer who had something interesting and important to say has had his chance." Martin Luther King Jr.'s "Letter From Birmingham City Jail" appeared in its pages; it was the first American periodical to provide a forum for Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn. World leaders and policymakers contributed essays, as did literary icons such as Albert Camus, Arthur Koestler, Richard Wright, Hannah Arendt, and George Orwell. These bylines, though gaudy, could be found elsewhere. It was a set of New York intellectuals -- notably Daniel Bell, Sidney Hook, Irving Kristol, Lionel Trilling, and Eric Bentley-- who wrote most prolifically for The New Leader, and endowed it with a unique pluck and purpose.

More than any other individual, however, Samuel "Sol" Levitas shaped the journal's character and policy. The longtime executive editor was known as the "Jefferson of East 15th Street." A world traveler, his wide acquaintance gave his publication global reach and a cosmopolitan perspective. He pursued authors everywhere, and his relentless requests kept "contributors of five continents at work." Some wrote for The New Leader out of commitment to its cause, others because of their respect for Levitas. No one did so for the money; at best, the magazine offered a "tangible token of appreciation." In the postwar years, European correspondents were compensated with "food and commodity packages." But, most people worked gratis. To produce a quality journal in such conditions took determination. When Levitas had a particular person in mind for a certain piece, he wouldn't let up. "He gets articles written for him by pleading [or] scolding" wrote a Newsweek reporter. One author wrote to him: "You are the most flattering, persecuting Editor I have ever known.".

Born in Ruff, Russia, in 1894, Sol Levitas became a socialist at the age of fifteen. He allied with the Mensheviks-- a moderate party that was nevertheless far too radical for the Czarist state -- and, at sixteen, he was jailed for the first time. As World War One began, he traveled to Chicago to avoid military service. Then, in February 1917, when the Romanovs were deposed, he hurried back to participate in the revolution. Arriving in the Pacific port of Vladivostok, he edited the Labor Daily and served as vice-mayor of the city, supporting the liberal provisional government against Bolshevik radicals. In October, Lenin's party came to power and the Menshevik moment was over. For the next few years, Levitas was imprisoned repeatedly for writing and organizing against the Soviets. In 1923, disguised as a Red Army colonel, he escaped from Russia, returning to the United States for good.

Levitas toured the country, joining the Socialist Party, contributing articles to the Jewish Daily Forward, and raising money for other Russian exiles. If his Soviet sojourn had introduced him to factionalism in its highest stage, he soon learned that leftists in America were also adept at in-fighting. Their divisions could be read through their journals. The Call, a socialist newspaper based in New York City, folded after a party split in 1918. The short-lived Leader failed soon thereafter.

The New Leader appeared for the first time on Saturday, January 19, 1924, in a standard newspaper format. A copy cost a nickel; a year's subscription was two dollars. From the start, its international character was apparent: the front page featured stories on high rents in New York City, the Labour government in Great Britain, and a German economic crisis. Letters from Eugene V. Debs, A. Philip Randolph, and Ramsay Macdonald wished success for the fledgling publication. Staff worked in a warren of rooms housed in a nineteenth-century office near Union Square. In the early days, a few full-timers wrote most of the main pieces. Daniel Bell alone contributed about 5,000 words each week. "Foreign correspondents used to be invented -- always with high-class names" recalled a contributor. "And, since their expense accounts were negligible, they could be spotted over the earth with carefree negligence.".

In 1930, Levitas was brought onto the magazine staff as business manager. He and the editor, James Oneal, had divergent visions for The New Leader, and their struggle for control soon degenerated into very un-comradely behavior. Oneal complained that Levitas wanted "not a Labor and Social Democratic paper but a vague labor-liberal-progressive paper with Social Democracy so faded out of its columns that the reader will have to use powerful glasses to find it." In 1935, Levitas filed charges with the Socialist Party Grievance Committee against two opponents "for destroying a large number of New Leaders, defacing the entire office of the New Leader in my absence and for inscribing on every available place the word 'pimp.'" In 1936, after another factional cleavage, the journal allied with the newly created Social Democratic Federation. Levitas was named executive editor and Oneal eventually resigned. "The New Leader" Levitas' eventual successor would write"thus became the only place the Mensheviks ever won a revolution.".

As a disillusioned exile and an enthusiastic immigrant, Levitas was equally determined to denounce Russian dictatorship and to support American democracy. For leftists-- and even liberals-- in 1939, these were not trendy positions; the Soviets were pushing for a popular front of progressive groups, while U.S. capitalism was still suffering its Great Depression. The New Leader defied the consensus, exposing the cruelties and dissimulations of totalitarian regimes. It intuited the possibility of a Hitler-Stalin pact months before the deal's existence became generally known. For taking these stances, the magazine was "hissed and booed." For "many, many years" Levitas recalled, it was "a lone voice calling attention to the manipulations and machinations of communists everywhere.".

Its unrelenting anti-Bolshevism was even less welcome during World War Two, when the Russians became a "gallant democratic ally" and Stalin was transformed into "good old Joe." Most Americans believed that defeating Hitler was the nation's highest concern. "Only the Social-Democratic weekly, The New Leader, with its limited circulation, continued its lonely fight for the truth" wrote Sidney Hook. Not only did the magazine cling to its peacetime priorities, its editor chided those who appeared to soften. In 1943, Levitas rebuked Upton Sinclair for signing a petition supporting the Soviet Union. The novelist's response showed how most people understood the world situation. "We are in a position just now where our very existence depends upon the Red Army and its supporting population" Sinclair wrote. "I just don't feel that we can afford to think about factional disputes and differences of program and policy at this time.".

Through the most calamitous decade of the twentieth century, when partisans and philosophers around the globe adapted to wrenching dislocations, the magazine had remained consistent. It was still, as Time described it in 1944, a "mouthpiece for many shades of liberal and leftist opinion, except Trotskyists, Stalinists and Norman Thomas Socialists" Though The New Leader had supported the American war effort, its strident denunciations of the Russian alliance at times had been an annoyance to the administration. While most journalists celebrated the Yalta accords, Levitas' magazine denounced all accommodations with Stalin.

After 1945 -- as ties between the United States and the Soviet Union frayed and finally tore -- the journal found itself moving into the political mainstream; its interests and those of the U.S. government were increasingly convergent. "Without boasting, we can claim that historical events have completely vindicated our position on communism in Russia" wrote Levitas in 1949 to William Donovan, wartime director of the Office of Strategic Services. "The woods are now full of Johnny-come-lately communist hunters, but after all we are the pioneer and intrepid communist fighters on this frontier.".

Yet, its new relevance did little to improve economic affairs. In the same letter to Donovan, Levitas continued"parallel with our growing esteem, we are facing a disastrous financial situation. The increase in cost of production and the drop in advertising income is a direct threat to the very life of The New Leader." If any motif in its existence was as ubiquitous as anti-communism, it was an eternal poverty, frequently verging on bankruptcy. Only Levitas' virtuosity as a manager, motivator, and nudge, kept the magazine solvent.

For decades, every board meeting pondered questions of funds. Revenues from advertising and circulation fluctuated, but the trend was downward, while printing and paper expenses kept rising. Annual drives brought in some money, as did donations from wealthy supporters. Sympathetic organizations, such as The Forward, a Jewish newspaper, and the International Ladies Garment Workers Union, donated several thousand dollars a year. But, ruin was never far off. In 1949, Levitas described "a very precarious financial condition where we cannot meet our payroll and can hardly meet our obligation to the printer." Writers took pay-cuts. To save money, the magazine was shortened from twenty, to sixteen, and then to twelve, pages. In the summers, it switched from weekly to biweekly publication. Yet, Levitas made it survive; "the most amazing part of this journalistic miracle" one writer noted of him"was the man's gift for garnering the funds which were necessary to keep our paper solvent from week to week and year to year. I cannot pretend to explain how this miracle was achieved.".

The explanation of this miracle involves the most controversial aspect of the magazine's history -- its covert collaboration with U.S. governmental bureaus, including the State Department and the Central Intelligence Agency. During the early Cold War, government officials and liberal organizations began to recognize that The New Leader -- as one of the few anti-Soviet journals with credibility in socialist circles -- was becoming a useful ally in the global struggle against communism. An admirer called it "virtually the only pro-American, high-quality, left-wing literature that exists on either side of the Atlantic." As policy-makers increasingly appreciated The New Leader's strategic value, they came to believe that it had to be supported. Levitas' top priority was -- as it had always been -- the destruction of Stalinism, and he was eager to work with the U.S. government to further that end. Since he was also perennially desperate for money, accepting financial assistance from official sources was a natural solution.

During the 1950s, several new funding sources appeared. Starting in 1953, the journal received between $5,000 and $10,000 annually from Time, Inc., whose executives believed in the value of its work. Then, there were the donors referred to in board meetings simply as "friends." In 1950, Levitas revealed that "A group of Friends in Washington have contributed $5,000 to The New Leader." These "friends" offered crucial support, but their generosity was not as steady as Levitas had hoped it would be. In 1952, he informed the board that"The group of friends who for the last three years gave us a donation of $10,000.00 this year reduced it to $3,000.00." A few years later, there was good news. In 1957, he announced that"A group of our friends who are contributing $10,000 per year for the last few years to the New Leader, have increased their donation to $15,000 per year for 1957." Thanks mainly to this largesse, he was able to make a momentous announcement to that year's annual membership meeting: "for the first time in 20 years, The New Leader finished the year in the black." Yet, only a few months later, the magazine's financial woes had returned. "The second half of 1957 was not good" Levitas groaned"1958 is even worse. We owe a very substantial amount to the printer.".

Though the identity of these "friends" is not revealed in the correspondence or in board-meeting minutes, scholars have argued that the CIA supported The New Leader through various semi-autonomous or dependent organizations, and at times even "resorted to the more direct method of personally handing sums of about $10,000 to Levitas." The existence of such "friends" was made known, at least cryptically, to the board of directors. However, in the more public forum of the annual membership meetings, Levitas made no mention of these sources of funding, suggesting the sensitive nature of the transactions.

The government also aided the magazine by paying for foreign subscriptions. In 1952, Levitas told the board that "A group of friends have placed an order for one thousand subscriptions to England at six dollars ($6.00) per year; we have already received letters of thanks and appreciation from many readers." A similar arrangement was made to increase readership in Asia. The State Department believed that The New Leader might be useful in India, which in 1951 was experiencing "extremely Nationalist and anti-American sentiment." The government paid Levitas and supplied him with "about four or five hundred names of people including intellectuals, newspaper people, radio commentators, etc." whom it believed might be receptive to free copies of the magazine. The first issue arrived with a cover letter, which began"The New Leader is very happy to welcome you into its circle of readers and to inform you that a complimentary subscription for one year has been entered in your name. This has been made possible through the interest and aid of a group of friends of India.".

When government officials sought out Levitas as a partner, they probably anticipated gaining a useful implement to further their own political ends. In other words, they didn't quite understand the person they were dealing with. Writers from whom Levitas had solicited contributions might have warned them of his perseverance, but State Department functionaries became familiar with it soon enough. The editor's letters to his connections in Washington bore the same tone as much of the rest of his correspondence: "I cannot understand your silence"; "I wrote to you on February 20 and May 2 and still no reply from you. I am really perturbed"; "I wrote to you on August 1 and I am surprised that I received no reply I would appreciate very much hearing from you.".

With its financial situation improving, the magazine completed its transition from socialist newspaper to liberal magazine. In 1948, the board acted on the suggestion of Max Eastman, a frequent contributor, that the publication remove from the masthead the words "Devoted to Social Democracy." On May 6, 1950, the journal scrapped its newspaper layout entirely. "As the grey and gooey-looking cocoon suddenly astonishes the world by bursting forth as a dancing butterfly" a columnist wrote"so we are to take on the gaudy look of a slick-paper magazine." The new format cost more money -- an extra $20,000 a year -- but it was hoped that the change would "attract myriads of new readers." By 1960, The New Leader was a glossy -- though still black and white-- magazine with a stylishly understated design. Few traces of the journal's rough sectarian roots remained.

Despite frequent trips to Europe-- some of which involved reporting on socialist movements for the State Department, and perhaps the CIA -- Levitas continued to forge The New Leader to his own vision. But, his health was in decline. "I was laid up in bed and have still not recuperated from my severe cold" he complained in 1951. "It is cold all over it is a cold exchequer, a cold world and this damn cold war." He spent most of 1955 recuperating from gall-bladder surgeries; "my convalescence period was and still is a very painful one" he wrote. "It takes a very, very long time before one can get back on his feet after such a terrific ordeal." At the start of 1960, having just returned from his latest foreign travels, Levitas checked in to Lenox Hill Hospital. On January 3, as the magazine staff was putting that week's issue to bed, the phone rang: "Sol had made his last deadline." Samuel M. Levitas was 66 years old. "Without being a bore or a fanatic" Sidney Hook said at his memorial"without losing his sense of humor and irony and his capacity to smile at himself, he was a totally dedicated man.".

With its guiding intelligence gone, some thought The New Leader should cease publication. Instead, the board declared"The most fitting tribute we can render to the memory of Sol Levitas is to make certain the magazine to which he dedicated his life will continue to serve the nation and the free world." After an interregnum, Myron Kolatch, who had served on the staff for nearly a decade, was named managing editor. Under his leadership, the publication kept true to its anti-totalitarian philosophy, while dropping some of the more ideologically driven aspects of its agenda. While Levitas had been primarily concerned with promoting a cause, Kolatch was interested in journalism.

Cultural criticism had usually been secondary to politics in The New Leader's pages. The magazine tended to take an interest in a work of literature or art only insofar as it could be linked to an ideological platform; "literature, music, film, theater, and television became so interwoven with politics that they could not easily be left out of a political periodical." In the 1960s, the journal began to take its artistic side with increasing seriousness. Its columns -- "Writers & Writing" "On Poetry" "On Screen" and "On Television" -- became important forums for thoughtful cultural opinion.

The New Leader's political journalism remained predominant as the Cold War continued. Though exposés of Soviet abuses were still congenial to U.S. interests, the journal dealt with inconvenient subjects as well. It published articles on race relations and the civil rights movement. In the mid-1960s, it ran essays discussing persecutions in Yugoslavia at a time when Tito's government was viewed favorably by many American officials. Later in the decade, the magazine tweaked the idealistic dreams of the New Left with as much brio as it had employed against the Old Left. It was agnostic about the Vietnam War, critical of Castro's Cuba, and, of course, repulsed by the People's Republic of China. In those years, a contributor recalled"The New Leader was part of the support system that the small band of dissenters from New Left Maoism and liberal mushiness relied on.".

During the 1970s and 1980s, The New Leader had to redefine itself, as many frequent contributors embraced the neoconservative movement. Although it shared many tenets of this ideology, its New Deal origins prevented it from allying wholly with uncritical free-market advocates. The journal continued publishing important pieces from a variety of perspectives, but as others encroached on its traditional demesne, it struggled to connect with its once-devoted audience. "[T]he magazine seemed to have lost a certain focus" a frequent correspondent wrote. "It was no longer spreading its word to its happy few. In fact nobody, I think, was sure who the happy few were.".

Then, in September 1991, the cover featured a headline that Sol Levitas had always dreamed of seeing: "Lenin Nyet! The Revolution That Failed." For more than sixty years, The New Leader had worked toward this triumph. Having achieved it, however, the publication's identity became even less certain than before. "Most assumed'OK, we won that fight so we can pack up and go home'" Kolatch recalled. But, though the magazine persevered, it had to adjust to a world scene utterly different from what it had known. It would require "a heroic effort" a writer noted "to discover what principles a democratic Left might stand for in a world changed beyond recognition, as well as to explore the practical question of how such a movement might conceivably be rebuilt amid the intellectual ruins of both Marxism and New Deal liberalism.".

As it reached the new millennium, The New Leader was one of the last surviving publications of its type. It is possible that the "little magazine" itself -- a politically querulous journal operated with a modest budget -- had been structurally connected to the ideological upheavals of the twentieth century. Whatever intellectual forces were to define a vision for the post-Cold War Left, it would not be a small journal published in black and white ink. Adapting one last time, The New Leader ceased print publication in 2006; since then it has been solely Internet-based.

During its long run, and especially under Sol Levitas' guidance, The New Leader functioned as the voice of a specific, and significant, segment of liberal opinion in the United States. Writers and readers who shared this viewpoint revered the magazine as one of the few honest voices in American letters. As such, the journal can be read as a record of a particular political perspective. More broadly, the publication is a monument of its times. Created to oppose Bolshevism, its run coincided with an era when most intellectuals believed that the clash between communism and capitalism -- or totalitarianism and democracy -- was the crucible upon which all others depended.

Whatever its world-historical ambitions, The New Leader can also be judged on the merits of its journalism. "It has courage, vision, accuracy, and it is free from over-emphasis on political partisanship" Roger Baldwin, founder of the American Civil Liberties Union, wrote in 1945. "One can disagree with a good many of its strongly phrased articles without feeling that a writer is trying to put anything over on him, which is a good deal to say of any magazine of conviction.".

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Series I: Bound Volumes and Issues, 1924-2006

A full run of The New Leader from its first edition in 1924 to its last printed issue in 2006. The collection holds bound volumes for the magazine's earlier years. After 1950, some volumes are bound, others are loose issues in document boxes.



Box 1 Bound Volume, 1924



Box 2 Bound Volume, 1925



Box 3 Bound Volume, 1926



Box 4 Bound Volume, 1927



Box 5 Bound Volume, 1928



Box 6 Bound Volume, 1929



Box 7 Bound Volume, 1930



Box 8 Bound Volume, 1931



Box 9 Bound Volume, 1932



Box 10 Bound Volume, 1933



Box 11 Bound Volume, 1934



Box 12 Bound Volume, 1935



Box 13 Bound Volume, 1936



Box 14 Bound Volume, 1937



Box 15 Bound Volume, 1938



Box 16 Bound Volume, 1939



Box 17 Bound Volume, 1940



Box 18 Bound Volume, 1941



Box 19 Bound Volume, 1942



Box 20 Bound Volume, 1943



Box 21 Bound Volume, 1944



Box 22 Bound Volume, 1945



Box 23 Bound Volume, 1946



Box 24 Bound Volume, 1947



Box 25 Bound Volume, 1948



Box 26 Bound Volume, 1949



Box 27 Bound Volume, 1950



Box 47 Folder 1 to 5 1951 January-December


Box 47 Folder 6 1952 January-March



Box 48 Folder 1 to 4 1952 March-December


Box 48 Folder 5 to 7 1953 January-August



Box 49 Folder 1 to 2 1953 August-December


Box 49 Folder 3 Bound Volume, 1954



Box 50 Folder 1 to 4 1955 January-December


Box 50 Folder 5 to 6 1956 January-June



Box 51 Folder 1 to 3 1956 June-December


Box 51 Folder 4 to 7 1957 January-December



Box 52 Folder 1 to 4 1958 January-December



Box 28 Bound Volume, 1959



Box 52 Folder 5 to 7 1960 January-December



Box 53 Folder 1 to 3 1961 January-December


Box 53 Folder 4 to 5 1962 January-December


Box 53 Folder 6 to 7 1963 January-December



Box 29 Bound Volume, 1964



Box 30 Bound Volume, 1965



Box 54 Folder 1 to 2 1966 January-December


Box 54 Folder 3 to 4 1967 January-December



Box 31 Bound Volume, 1968



Box 32 Bound Volume, 1969



Box 33 Bound Volume, 1970



Box 34 Bound Volume, 1971



Box 35 Bound Volume, 1972



Box 36 Bound Volume, 1973



Box 37 Bound Volume, 1974



Box 38 Bound Volume, 1975



Box 39 Bound Volume, 1976



Box 40 Bound Volume, 1977



Box 41 Bound Volume, 1978



Box 42 Bound Volume, 1979



Box 43 Bound Volume, 1980



Box 44 Bound Volume, 1981



Box 54 Folder 5 to 6 1982 January-December


Box 54 Folder 7 1983 January-March



Box 55 Folder 1 to 2 1983 April-December


Box 55 Folder 3 to 4 1984 January-December


Box 55 Folder 5 to 6 1985 January-December


Box 55 Folder 7 to 8 1986 January-December



Box 56 Folder 1 to 3 1987 January-December


Box 56 Folder 4 to 6 1988 January-December


Box 56 Folder 7 to 9 1989 January-December


Box 56 Folder 10 to 11 1990 January-December



Box 57 Folder 1 to 2 1991 January-December


Box 57 Folder 3 to 4 1992 January-December


Box 57 Folder 5 to 6 1993 January-December


Box 57 Folder 7 to 8 1994 January-December


Box 57 Folder 9 1995 January-December



Box 58 Folder 1 1996 January-December


Box 58 Folder 2 to 4 1997 January-December


Box 58 Folder 5 to 6 1998 January-December



Box 45 Bound Volume, 1999



Box 58 Folder 7 2000 March-December


Box 58 Folder 8 2001 January-December



Box 59 Folder 1 2002 January-December



Box 46 Bound Volume, 2003



Box 59 Folder 2 2004 January-December


Box 59 Folder 3 2005 January-December


Box 59 Folder 4 2006 January/April Final Issue, 2006

Series II: Correspondence, 1895, 1934-2008

The bulk of this series consists of business letters to and from Sol Levitas, executive editor of The New Leader from 1937 to his death in January 1961. The materials in this series are maintained in the organization used by the magazine's office. There are overlapping years and correspondents. Researchers should be aware of this and must consult all the subseries to ensure they have found all the relevant letters.

The correspondence is arranged alphabetically. Individual folders are organized reverse chronologically. These letters offer numerous insights into the operations of the magazine. They are mainly devoted to editorial questions, but are also filled with personal exclamations of affection, anxiety over political events, and familiar chit chat. Levitas also had the sad chore of sending condolences to numerous grieving families, as friends of the magazine died over the years.


Subseries II.1: Correspondence, 1895, 1934-1960

This is the bulk of Sol Levitas' correspondence. Most of it is devoted to business and editorial matters with staff, contributors, printers, and advertisers.



Box 60 Folder 1 A-Ad, 1938-1953


Box 60 Folder 2 Ad-Ald, 1939-1949


Box 60 Folder 3 Ald-All, 1941-1954


Box 60 Folder 4 to 8 Allen, 1942-1951, (5 Folders)


Box 60 Folder 9 Alt-Ara, 1895, 1943-1952

Includes photograph of the St. Petersburg Union for the Emancipation of the Working Class


Box 60 Folder 10 Arc-Axe, 1933-1951


Box 60 Folder 11 B-Bai, 1944-1959


Box 60 Folder 12 Bal, 1943-1954



Box 61 Folder 1 Bal, 1943-1956


Box 61 Folder 2 Ball, 1939-1955


Box 61 Folder 3 Bal-Bar, 1946-1959


Box 61 Folder 4 Barnes, 1942-1959


Box 61 Folder 5 Bar, 1941-1957


Box 61 Folder 6 Bau-Baz, 1939-1958


Box 61 Folder 7 Bea-Bec, 1935-1954


Box 61 Folder 8 Bei-Bel, 1943-1957


Box 61 Folder 9 Bell, 1942-1948


Box 61 Folder 10 Bel-Ber, 1942-1957


Box 61 Folder 11 Ber, 1942-1958


Box 61 Folder 12 Bes-Bev, 1937-1956



Box 62 Folder 1 Bid-Bil, 1942-1950


Box 62 Folder 2 Bir-Bla, 1939-1952


Box 62 Folder 3 Bli-Bod, 1937-1957


Box 62 Folder 4 Boh-Bol, 1947-1958


Box 62 Folder 5 Bon-Bor, 1939-1959


Box 62 Folder 6 Borgese, 1942-1949


Box 62 Folder 7 Bor, 1948-1957


Box 62 Folder 8 Bor-Bow, 1945-1957


Box 62 Folder 9 Boy-Bra, 1942-1956


Box 62 Folder 10 Brandt, 1945-1958


Box 62 Folder 11 Bra-Bre, 1947-1957


Box 62 Folder 12 Bri-Bro, 1942-1952


Box 62 Folder 13 Brooks, 1947-1954


Box 62 Folder 14 Bro, 1944-1958


Box 62 Folder 15 Brumberg, 1953-1959



Box 63 Folder 1 Bry-Bud, 1942-1957


Box 63 Folder 2 Buell, 1941-1946


Box 63 Folder 3 to 4 Bullitt, 1941-1953, (2 Folders)


Box 63 Folder 5 Bun-Bur, 1950-1953


Box 63 Folder 6 Bur, 1942-1954


Box 63 Folder 7 Bur-Byr, 1943-1957


Box 63 Folder 8 Cam-Car, 1944-1958


Box 63 Folder 9 to 10 Carlson, 1946-1950, (2 Folders)


Box 63 Folder 11 Car-Cha, 1944-1946


Box 63 Folder 12 to 14 Chamberlin, 1947-1949, (3 Folders)



Box 64 Folder 1 to 5 Chamberlin, 1941-1946, (5 Folders)


Box 64 Folder 6 Chapman, 1946-1947


Box 64 Folder 7 Cha-Chi, 1943-1958


Box 64 Folder 8 Chr, 1954-1958


Box 64 Folder 9 to 14 Ciccotti, 1952-, 1957, (6 Folders)



Box 65 Folder 1 Cie-Cit, 1937-1957


Box 65 Folder 2 Cla, 1947-1959


Box 65 Folder 3 Cle-Cof, 1954-1959


Box 65 Folder 4 Coh-Col, 1948-1953


Box 65 Folder 5 Common Cause, 1948


Box 65 Folder 6 Corey, 1948-1953


Box 65 Folder 7 Cos-Cov, 1954-1958


Box 65 Folder 8 Crawford, 1943-1951


Box 65 Folder 9 Cro, 1945-1958


Box 65 Folder 10 Cro-Cur, 1939-1957


Box 65 Folder 11 Dab-Dal, 1943-1947


Box 65 Folder 12 Dal, 1944-1949



Box 66 Folder 1 to 2 Daniels, 1944-1953, (2 Folders)


Box 66 Folder 3 Dan-Dav, 1937-1949


Box 66 Folder 4 to 5 Davis, 1938-1956, (2 Folders)


Box 66 Folder 6 Dav, 1940-1945


Box 66 Folder 7 Del-Dem, 1935-1948


Box 66 Folder 8 Den, 1941-1948


Box 66 Folder 9 Des-Deu, 1939-1948


Box 66 Folder 10 Dewey, 1939-1950


Box 66 Folder 11 Dew-Dil, 1942-1948


Box 66 Folder 12 Dimitrov, 1946-1950


Box 66 Folder 13 Dim-Don, 1942-1948



Box 67 Folder 1 to 2 Donovan, 1946-1955, (2 Folders)


Box 67 Folder 3 Dos Passos, 1939-1945


Box 67 Folder 4 Dos-Dub, 1940-1947


Box 67 Folder 5 Dun-Dyk, 1945-1949


Box 67 Folder 6 to 7 Eastman, 1939-1945, (2 Folders)


Box 67 Folder 8 Eat-Edm, 1939-1954


Box 67 Folder 9 Her-Eis, 1943-1949


Box 67 Folder 10 Elder, 1946-1949


Box 67 Folder 11 Eld-Ell, 1944-1948


Box 67 Folder 12 Emmet, 1942-1947


Box 67 Folder 13 Eps-Ern, 1940-1949


Box 67 Folder 14 Ern-Eze, 1942-1945



Box 68 Folder 1 Fad-Far, 1939-1958


Box 68 Folder 2 Fed-Fei, 1941-1959


Box 68 Folder 3 Fei-Fer, 1943-1958


Box 68 Folder 4 Fie, 1941-1960


Box 68 Folder 5 to 7 Fiess, 1943-1952, (3 Folders)


Box 68 Folder 8 Fis, 1941-1955


Box 68 Folder 9 to 13 Fitch, 1945-1958, (5 Folders)



Box 69 Folder 1 Fit-Fos, 1939-1959


Box 69 Folder 2 Fos-Fox, 1944-1947


Box 69 Folder 3 Frank, 1942-1950


Box 69 Folder 4 Fri-Gar, 1942-1952


Box 69 Folder 5 to 6 Gedye, 1953-1956, (2 Folders)


Box 69 Folder 7 Ger-Gid, 1939-1945


Box 69 Folder 8 Gil-Gla, 1940-1945


Box 69 Folder 9 Gliksman, 1956-1958


Box 69 Folder 10 Gol, 1943-1956


Box 69 Folder 11 Goo-Gra, 1939-1956


Box 69 Folder 12 Gra-Gre, 1939-1944


Box 69 Folder 13 Green, 1946-1952


Box 69 Folder 14 Green, 1936-1945


Box 69 Folder 15 Gre-Hah, 1939-1959



Box 70 Folder 1 Hal-Ham, 1939-1957


Box 70 Folder 2 Hámori, 1953-1959


Box 70 Folder 3 Han-Har, 1942-1959


Box 70 Folder 4 to 5 Harrison, 1938-1945, (2 Folders)


Box 70 Folder 6 Har-Has, 1939-1945


Box 70 Folder 7 Hat-Hay, 1941-1955


Box 70 Folder 8 Hazlitt, 1939-1946


Box 70 Folder 9 Hed-Hef, 1942-1950


Box 70 Folder 10 Hei, 1945-1950


Box 70 Folder 11 Heine, 1956-1959


Box 70 Folder 12 Hem--Hen, 1943-1952


Box 70 Folder 13 Herling, 1935-1959


Box 70 Folder 14 Her, 1942-1958


Box 70 Folder 15 Hesseltine, 1943-1956



Box 71 Folder 1 Hic-Hol, 1938-1959


Box 71 Folder 2 Hoo, 1938-1947


Box 71 Folder 3 Hop-Hov, 1941-1949


Box 71 Folder 4 How-Hu, 1942-1957


Box 71 Folder 5 Hug-Hum, 1942-1948


Box 71 Folder 6 Hun-Hur, 1939-1958


Box 71 Folder 7 Hurwitz, 1953-1959


Box 71 Folder 8 Hym-Jac, 1945-1954


Box 71 Folder 9 Jag-Jas, 1938-1957


Box 71 Folder 10 Jaszi, 1944-1945


Box 71 Folder 11 Javits, 1949-1954


Box 71 Folder 12 Jeleznov, 1946-1957


Box 71 Folder 13 Jew-Joy, 1941-1954


Box 71 Folder 14 Kag-Kal, 1941-1945


Box 71 Folder 15 to 16 Kallen, 1939-1956, (2 Folders)



Box 72 Folder 1 Kal-Kao, 1942-1954


Box 72 Folder 2 Kar-Kat, 1942-1948


Box 72 Folder 3 Kau-Kaz, 1925-1948


Box 72 Folder 4 Keene, 1943-1947


Box 72 Folder 5 Kel, 1940-1953


Box 72 Folder 6 Ker-Kih, 1942-1956


Box 72 Folder 7 Kilpatrick, 1939-1946


Box 72 Folder 8 Kin, 1940-1954


Box 72 Folder 9 Kir-Klu, 1943-1949


Box 72 Folder 10 Kob-Koe, 1941-1947


Box 72 Folder 11 to 15 Kohlberg, 1947-1952, (6 Folders)



Box 73 Folder 1 to 2 Kohlberg, 1945-1946, (2 Folders)


Box 73 Folder 3 Kohn, 1944-1947


Box 73 Folder 4 Kohn, 1939-1943


Box 73 Folder 5 Kolatch, 1990-1993


Box 73 Folder 6 Kol-Kon, 1940-1947


Box 73 Folder 7 Kor-Kri, 1941-1953


Box 73 Folder 8 Kri-Kwe, 1942-1953


Box 73 Folder 9 Lab-Lam, 1939-1952


Box 73 Folder 10 Landauer, 1944-1954


Box 73 Folder 11 Lander, 1947-1948


Box 73 Folder 12 Lang, 1949-1957


Box 73 Folder 13 Lan-Las, 1940-1948



Box 74 Folder 1 Lat-Laz, 1941-1948


Box 74 Folder 2 Led-Len, 1940-1948


Box 74 Folder 3 Len-Lev, 1939-1949


Box 74 Folder 4 Levitas, 1946-1949


Box 74 Folder 5 Lewis, 1937-1950


Box 74 Folder 6 Lib-Liv, 1940-1948


Box 74 Folder 7 Loc-Low, 1946-1949


Box 74 Folder 8 Luce, 1945-1946


Box 74 Folder 9 to 10 Lundberg, 1942-1949, (2 Folders)


Box 74 Folder 11 Lyons, 1938-1947


Box 74 Folder 12 Mac-Mal, 1939-1945


Box 74 Folder 13 Man, 1945


Box 74 Folder 14 Mar-May, 1941-1946



Box 75 Folder 1 McC, 1942-1951


Box 75 Folder 2 to 3 McDowell, 1952-1956, (2 Folders)


Box 75 Folder 4 McF-McN, 1938-1945


Box 75 Folder 5 Mea-Min, 1939-1945


Box 75 Folder 6 Moa-Mor, 1938-1957


Box 75 Folder 7 Morrison, 1936-1945


Box 75 Folder 8 Morton, 1944


Box 75 Folder 9 to 10 Mumford, 1940-1946, (2 Folders)


Box 75 Folder 11 Mun, 1942-1945


Box 75 Folder 12 Mur-Mye, 1943-1950


Box 75 Folder 13 Naf-Nik, 1939-1953



Box 76 Folder 1 to 2 Noble, 1947-1954, (2 Folders)


Box 76 Folder 3 Nol-Ore, 1939-1954


Box 76 Folder 4 Pad-Par, 1940-1946


Box 76 Folder 5 Pat-Peg, 1938-1945


Box 76 Folder 6 Perlman, 1942-1945


Box 76 Folder 7 Pet-Pil, 1940-1951


Box 76 Folder 8 Pinson, 1942-1949


Box 76 Folder 9 PM-Poo, 1942-1950


Box 76 Folder 10 Pope, 1942-1951


Box 76 Folder 11 Por-Pow, 1939-1950


Box 76 Folder 12 Pra-Pri, 1943-1952


Box 76 Folder 13 Pri-Pus, 1944-1946


Box 76 Folder 14 Putnam, 1948-1950



Box 77 Folder 1 Rab-Raw, 1943-1948


Box 77 Folder 2 Rea-Rey, 1939-1954


Box 77 Folder 3 Rhe-Rii, 1943-1947


Box 77 Folder 4 Rod-Roh, 1939-1946


Box 77 Folder 5 Rom, 1939-1949


Box 77 Folder 6 Romualdi, 1942-1947


Box 77 Folder 7 Roosevelt, 1943-1947


Box 77 Folder 8 Root, 1945-1948


Box 77 Folder 9 Ror-Ros, 1938-1947


Box 77 Folder 10 Ros-Rua, 1945-1950


Box 77 Folder 11 to 12 Rubin, 1939-1949, (2 Folders)


Box 77 Folder 13 Rug-Rus, 1943-1948


Box 77 Folder 14 to 15 Russell, 1939-1945, (2 Folders)


Box 77 Folder 16 Ryan, 1941-1944



Box 78 Folder 1 to 2 Ryskind, 1939-1947, (2 Folders)


Box 78 Folder 3 Sac-San, 1939-1953


Box 78 Folder 4 San-Sar, 1942-1957


Box 78 Folder 5 Sca-Sch, 1942-1948


Box 78 Folder 6 Scherman, 1943-1947


Box 78 Folder 7 Sch, 1939-1958


Box 78 Folder 8 Schnabel, 1947-1949


Box 78 Folder 9 Sch--Seg, 1939-1951


Box 78 Folder 10 Seligman, 1953-1957


Box 78 Folder 11 Sen, 1939-1957


Box 78 Folder 12 Senior, 1944-1957



Box 79 Folder 1 Serge, 1943-1948


Box 79 Folder 2 Sev-Sha, 1941-1948


Box 79 Folder 3 She-Sho, 1941-1957


Box 79 Folder 4 Shu-Sil, 1942-1956


Box 79 Folder 5 Sim-Sin, 1940-1950


Box 79 Folder 6 Ska-Sok, 1935-1950


Box 79 Folder 7 Sollman, 1938-1948


Box 79 Folder 8 Sol, 1941-1952


Box 79 Folder 9 Sor-Spi, 1939-1956


Box 79 Folder 10 Spi-Sta, 1946-1957


Box 79 Folder 11 Sta, 1943-1957


Box 79 Folder 12 to 13 Ste, 1947-1951, (2 Folders)


Box 79 Folder 14 Ste-Sto, 1939-1948


Box 79 Folder 15 Storey, 1948-1952



Box 80 Folder 1 Sto-Stu, 1939-1957


Box 80 Folder 2 Sul-Sym, 1939-1948


Box 80 Folder 3 Tar-Tho, 1939-1954


Box 80 Folder 4 Tichenor, 1944-1946


Box 80 Folder 5 Thomassen, 1945-1948


Box 80 Folder 6 Tod--Tre, 1939-1948


Box 80 Folder 7 Uni-Val, 1934-1945


Box 80 Folder 8 Van Loon, 1938-1945


Box 80 Folder 9 Vei-Vil, 1940-1945


Box 80 Folder 10 Vishniak, 1943-1946


Box 80 Folder 11 Voo-Voy, 1941-1946


Box 80 Folder 12 Wag-War, 1942-1952


Box 80 Folder 13 Was-Way, 1941-1957


Box 80 Folder 14 WCFM, 1949-1952



Box 81 Folder 1 Web-Wel, 1942-1956


Box 81 Folder 2 Whe-Whi, 1940-1946


Box 81 Folder 3 Wil, 1943-1954


Box 81 Folder 4 Wil-Wis, 1940-1951


Box 81 Folder 5 Wit, 1942-1950


Box 81 Folder 6 Wittmer, 1949-1952


Box 81 Folder 7 Woh-Wol, 1941-1946


Box 81 Folder 8 Woll, 1941-1950


Box 81 Folder 9 Woo-Wun, 1941-1946


Box 81 Folder 10 Yut-Zol, 1943-1947


Subseries II. 2: Correspondence, 1939-1958

The remainder of Levitas' letters, these files arrived as a group and their integrity has been maintained. Researchers looking for a comprehensive collection of correspondents' interactions with the magazine should make sure to check this subseries as well as subseries 1.



Box 82 Folder 1 to 2 A--General, 1948-1952 (Aaron, Abrams, Adams, Adams, Aldanov, Alperstein, Allen, Allen, Anderson, Alter, Angoff, America--2 Folders), 1948-1952


Box 82 Folder 3 Alexander, Robert J., 1948-1953


Box 82 Folder 4 Alexander, Mark (Laquer, W.), 1947-1952


Box 82 Folder 5 Alsop, Joseph, 1946-1951


Box 82 Folder 6 American Jewish Committee, 1945-1951


Box 82 Folder 7 Americans for Democratic Action, 1948-1952


Box 82 Folder 8 Andler, Pierre, 1945-1948


Box 82 Folder 9 Andras, Andrew, 1943-1952


Box 82 Folder 10 Angadi, Ayana Deva, 1948-1952


Box 82 Folder 11 Angell, Norman, 1942-1953


Box 82 Folder 12 Anti-Defamation League, 1949-1951



Box 83 Folder 1 Archer-Axtelle, 1941-1953


Box 83 Folder 2 Ayers, Clarence, 1945-1952


Box 83 Folder 3 Ballou, Richard, 1950-1952


Box 83 Folder 4 Barbash, Jack, 1948-1953


Box 83 Folder 5 Bardin-Barron's, 1948-1952


Box 83 Folder 6 Barzun, Jacques, 1950-1953


Box 83 Folder 7 Beacon Press, 1951-1952


Box 83 Folder 8 Beall, Jack, 1947-1951


Box 83 Folder 9 Beck, Lewis, 1950-1951


Box 83 Folder 10 Beichman, Arnold, 1948-1952


Box 83 Folder 11 to 12 Bell, Daniel, 1946-1950, (2 Folders)



Box 84 Folder 1 Berger, Sam, 1950-1952


Box 84 Folder 2 Bernays, Edward L., 1947-1953


Box 84 Folder 3 Bernstein, David, 1947-1952


Box 84 Folder 4 Bess, Demaree, 1946-1952


Box 84 Folder 5 Biddle, Francis, 1950-1952


Box 84 Folder 6 Bisbee, Eleanor, 1947-1951


Box 84 Folder 7 Bloom, Solomon, 1948-1952


Box 84 Folder 8 Bondy, Francois, 1949-1953


Box 84 Folder 9 Braunthal-Buber-Neumann, 1949-1952


Box 84 Folder 10 Brown, Irving, 1947-1953


Box 84 Folder 11 Burnham, James, 1950-1951


Box 84 Folder 12 to 14 C--General, 1942-1953 (Carlin, Carliner, Carman, Carr, Carr-Gregg, Catholic Digest, Catholic Mind, Cherne, Childs, Chipman, Canham, Cizevsky, Clark, Clarkson, Collier, Commanger, Commentary, Common Sense, Conant, Coolidge, Cook, Coste, Craibe--3 Folders), 1942-1953



Box 85 Folder 1 Carey, James B., 1942-1948


Box 85 Folder 2 to 3 Catlin, George and Brittain, Vera, 1947-1958, (2 Folders)


Box 85 Folder 4 to 5 Chamberlin, William Henry, I, 1950-1953, (2 Folders)


Box 85 Folder 6 Cork, James, 1948-1950


Box 85 Folder 7 Coser, Lewis, 1948-1952


Box 85 Folder 8 Counts, George, 1939-1951


Box 85 Folder 9 Culbertson, Ely, 1944-1950


Box 85 Folder 10 D--General, 1946-1953 (Dallas, Davidow, Dewhurst, Dobriansky, Dorizas, Drinan, Duckett, Dupee), 1946-1953


Box 85 Folder 11 Dallin, David J., 1950-1952


Box 85 Folder 12 David, Henry, 1948-1952


Box 85 Folder 13 DeVegh, I., 1947-1950



Box 86 Folder 1 E--General, 1946-1953 (Ebon, Elliott, Engel, Erlich, Ernst, Estabrook), 1946-1953


Box 86 Folder 2 Eastman, Max, 1945-1950


Box 86 Folder 3 Emmet, Christopher, 1946-1950


Box 86 Folder 4 Epstein, Julius, 1947-1952


Box 86 Folder 5 Everybody's Digest, 1951-1952


Box 86 Folder 6 F--General, 1944-1952 (Fiedler, Finer, Finletter, Firt, Fischer, Fischer, Foot, Frank), 1944-1952


Box 86 Folder 7 Fagin, Bryllion, 1946-1950


Box 86 Folder 8 Farrell, James T., 1949-1951


Box 86 Folder 9 Fineberg, S. Andhil, 1947-1949


Box 86 Folder 10 Finnegan, Les, 1945-1951


Box 86 Folder 11 Fischer, Alfred Joachim, 1949-1953


Box 86 Folder 12 Fischer, George, 1946-1951


Box 86 Folder 13 Fries, Horace S., 1946-1951


Box 86 Folder 14 Fry, Varian, 1951-1952



Box 87 Folder 1 G--General, 1946-1951 (Gafen, Gibson, Gitlow, Givens, Glicksberg, Gliksman, Goffen, Goldman, Goodwin, Granger, Grant, Gurian), 1946-1951


Box 87 Folder 2 Gardner, Martin, 1949-1951


Box 87 Folder 3 Gedye, G.E.R., 1947-1952


Box 87 Folder 4 George, David G., 1946-1950


Box 87 Folder 5 Gilbert, Rodney, 1948-1951


Box 87 Folder 6 Golden, Clinton S., 1948-1950


Box 87 Folder 7 Gotesky, Rubin, 1948-1951


Box 87 Folder 8 Guerard, Albert, 1949-1951


Box 87 Folder 9 H--General, 1946-1953 (Harris, Hart, Harvey, Hahn, Heilperin, Heinz, Held, Heller, Herrick, High, Hirsch, Hobson, Hoselitz, Horn), 1946-1953


Box 87 Folder 10 Harris, Seymour E., 1948-1952


Box 87 Folder 11 Harrington, Donald, 1947-1951


Box 87 Folder 12 Hellin, Frederick P., 1947-1952



Box 88 Folder 1 Henderson, Leon, 1946-1951


Box 88 Folder 2 to 3 Hicks, Granville I., 1947-1952, (2 Folders)


Box 88 Folder 4 Holliday, Kate, 1951-1952


Box 88 Folder 5 Humphrey, Hubert, 1949-1950


Box 88 Folder 6 Jack, Homer A., 1948-1951


Box 88 Folder 7 Jaszi, Oscar, 1948-1951


Box 88 Folder 8 Jolles, Matthiis, 1947


Box 88 Folder 9 K--General, 1947-1952


Box 88 Folder 10 Kalnins, Bruno, 1947-1952


Box 88 Folder 11 Katyn Massacre, 1949-1952


Box 88 Folder 12 Kelley, James Bernard, 1949-1951


Box 88 Folder 13 Klausner, Leopold C., 1950


Box 88 Folder 14 Koenig, Karl F., 1950-1952


Box 88 Folder 15 Konvitz, Milton R., 1948-1951


Box 88 Folder 16 L--General, 1947-1953 (Lasker, Lauritsen, Lednicki, Lee, Leskinen, Levey, Levy, Lewis, Lewis, Libonati, The Listener, Lorand, Lundberg), 1947-1953


Box 88 Folder 17 Laidler, Harry W., 1949-1950


Box 88 Folder 18 Lambert, Sam, 1952


Box 88 Folder 19 Lane, Arthur Bliss, 1947-1951


Box 88 Folder 20 Larrabee, C.B., 1948-1952



Box 89 Folder 1 to 3 Lasky, Melvin, I, 1943-1952, (3 Folders)


Box 89 Folder 4 Lewis, Alfred Baker, 1949-1952


Box 89 Folder 5 Levin, Harvey J., 1950-1951


Box 89 Folder 6 Levin, Ruben, 1945-1950


Box 89 Folder 7 Levitas, Irving, 1949-1953


Box 89 Folder 8 Limbach, Sarah, 1950-1952


Box 89 Folder 9 Lipper, Elinor, 1950-1952


Box 89 Folder 10 List, Kurt, 1949-1952


Box 89 Folder 11 M--General, 1945-1952 (Magnes, Malone, Martin, Mason, Matthews, Maurer, May, McGary, McGill, Mead, Menjou, Mencken, Moch, Morris, Muir, Munzer, Myers), 1945-1952


Box 89 Folder 12 MacNeil, Neil, 1946-1950


Box 89 Folder 13 Mailly, Bertha, 1949-1951


Box 89 Folder 14 Maki, John M., 1950-1952


Box 89 Folder 15 Mandel, Ben, 1946-1951



Box 90 Folder 1 Marcus, J. Anthony, 1950-1952


Box 90 Folder 2 Markham, Reuben H., 1946-1950


Box 90 Folder 3 Marquart, Frank, 1946-1952


Box 90 Folder 4 Martin, Abram V., 1948-1951


Box 90 Folder 5 Masani, M.R., 1947-1951


Box 90 Folder 6 Mathews, William R., 1950-1951


Box 90 Folder 7 Maurin, Joaquin, 1949-1951


Box 90 Folder 8 Mayer, Milton, 1948-1949


Box 90 Folder 9 to 12 McDowell, Arthur G., I, 1950-1952, (3 Folders)


Box 90 Folder 13 McKee, Frederick C., 1950-1951


Box 90 Folder 14 Mirzabekian, Ouhanes and Romuald Khosrov, 1949-1952


Box 90 Folder 15 Monson, Donald, 1949-1951


Box 90 Folder 16 Muhlen, Norbert, 1948-1952



Box 91 Folder 1 Mumford, Lewis, 1947-1954


Box 91 Folder 2 N--General, 1942-1953 (Nash, Neumann, Noble, Noll), 1942-1953


Box 91 Folder 3 to 4 Naio, Takeo, 1948-1952, (2 Folders)


Box 91 Folder 5 Netboy, Anthony, 1947-1952


Box 91 Folder 6 O--General, 1942-1951 (O'Neill, Our Sunday Visitor, Oursler, Owen, Oxford University Press), 1942-1951


Box 91 Folder 7 Oak, Liston, 1946-1951


Box 91 Folder 8 Offie, Carmel, 1944-1951


Box 91 Folder 9 Olberg, Paul, 1949-1951


Box 91 Folder 10 Oliver, Robert T., 1945-1951



Box 92 Folder 1 P--General, 1947-1951

(Perlman, Peyer, Pistrak)


Box 92 Folder 2 Perlmutter, Nathan, 1951-1952


Box 92 Folder 3 Polish American Congress, 1946-1951


Box 92 Folder 4 Pusta, Kaarel R., Sr., 1946-1952


Box 92 Folder 5 R--General, 1948-1952 (Reuter, Reuther, Rhodes, Rich, Root, Ross), 1948-1952


Box 92 Folder 6 to 7 Reader's Digest, 1943-1951, (2 Folders)


Box 92 Folder 8 Record, Cy, 1949-1951


Box 92 Folder 9 Rieff, Philip, 1950-1952


Box 92 Folder 10 Riis, Roger William, 1947-1951


Box 92 Folder 11 Ross, Lloyd, 1948-1950


Box 92 Folder 12 Ryskind, Morrie, 1948-1952


Box 92 Folder 13 S--General, 1945-1952 (Schapiro, Schlamm, Seidman, Seligman, Shaplen, Swing), 1945-1952


Box 92 Folder 14 Schary, Dore, 1949-1951


Box 92 Folder 15 Schiff, Victor, 1952-1953


Box 92 Folder 16 Seed, William H., 1948-1953


Box 92 Folder 17 Seligman, Ben, 1952-1953


Box 92 Folder 18 Senior, Clarence, 1949-1952



Box 93 Folder 1 to 2 Shapiro, Nathan D., 1947-1952, (2 Folders)


Box 93 Folder 3 Stewart, Maxwell S., 1950-1951


Box 93 Folder 4 Szulc, Tad, 1949-1950


Box 93 Folder 5 T--General, 1947-1951 (Tanner, Tarchiani, Tarski, Taylor, Thorel, Tillinger, Time and Tide, deToledano), 1947-1951


Box 93 Folder 6 Tarulis, Albert N., 1948-1950


Box 93 Folder 7 Thompson, Dorothy, 1939-1953


Box 93 Folder 8 Topalovich, Z., 1945-1951


Box 93 Folder 9 Treves, Paolo, 1948-1950


Box 93 Folder 10 Tung, S.T., 1952-1953


Box 93 Folder 11 Tunney, Gene, 1945-1947


Box 93 Folder 12 Utley, Freda, 1945-1952


Box 93 Folder 13 V--General, 1945-1951 (Vanguard Press Inc., Venturi, Vignaux, Vladeck), 1945-1951


Box 93 Folder 14 Vacirca, Vincenzo, 1946-1949


Box 93 Folder 15 Valtin, Jan, 1947-1951


Box 93 Folder 16 Varjonen, Unto, 1948-1951



Box 94 Folder 1 Viereck, Peter, 1950-1952


Box 94 Folder 2 Villard, Oswald Garrison, 1946-1949


Box 94 Folder 3 Visson, Andre, 1945-1950


Box 94 Folder 4 Voigt, F.A., 1945-1952


Box 94 Folder 5 Volman, Sacha, 1946-1950


Box 94 Folder 6 Voorhis, Jerry., 1945-1953


Box 94 Folder 7 W--General, 1947-1952 (Wall Street Journal, Willits, Wolfers, [Wren]), 1947-1952


Box 94 Folder 8 Wallace, Henry A., 1942-1951


Box 94 Folder 9 Wambaugh, Sarah, 1947-1952


Box 94 Folder 10 Weltsch, Robert, 1948-1951


Box 94 Folder 11 Williams, David C., 1947-1952


Box 94 Folder 12 Willingham, Calder, 1948-1949


Box 94 Folder 13 Wofford, Harris L., Jr., 1947-1948


Box 94 Folder 14 Wohl, R. Richard, 1947-1951


Box 94 Folder 15 Woodward, W.E., 1945-1952


Box 94 Folder 16 Z--General, 1946-1952 (Zjednoczone, Zotos), 1946-1952


Subseries II.3. Correspondence, 1939-2008

Most of these letters date from Myron Kolatch's tenure as managing editor.



Box 226 A-AL, 1953-2005


Box 226 AM-AN, 1957-1999


Box 226 AP-ARN, 1956-1993


Box 226 ARO-AZ, 1955-2003


Box 226 Aaron, Daniel, 1953-1962


Box 226 Aaron, Henry, 1960, 1974


Box 226 Aaron, Joan Love, 1960


Box 226 Abel, Elie, 1956-1964


Box 226 Abel, Lionel, 1960-1963


Box 226 Abraham, Henry J., 1961


Box 226 Abramovich, Raphael, 1950-1963


Box 226 Abrams, Arnold, 1969-1976


Box 226 Abrams, Charles, 1953-1970


Box 226 Abrams, Elliot, 1968-2002


Box 226 Acheson, Dean, 1960-1964


Box 226 Ackerman, Joel, 1971-1984


Box 226 Adams, Arthur E., 1951-1962


Box 226 Adams, Robert M., 1961, 1967


Box 226 Adelson, Joseph, 1963


Box 226 Advertising, 1987-2003


Box 226 African-American Institute, 1969-1971


Box 226 AFL-CIO, 1950-1995


Box 226 Aghnides, Th., 1960


Box 226 Aiken, George Sen., 1963-1973


Box 226 Ainszatein, Reuben, 1960-1961


Box 226 Air Conditioning, 1966-1975


Box 226 Aitken, Gloria S., 1960


Box 226 Albright, Joseph, 1966, 1974


Box 226 Alex, William, 1960


Box 226 Alexander, Albert, 1959-1961


Box 226 Alexander, Robert J., 1953-2002


Box 226 Aley, Ruth, 1960


Box 226 Allan, Christopher, 1960


Box 226 Allemann, Fritz Rene, 1957-1967


Box 226 Allen, Brooke, 1997-2008


Box 226 Allen, James Sloan, 1976-1977


Box 226 Allen, Luther A., 1964-1966


Box 226 Allen, Steve, 1960-1964


Box 226 Allport, Gordon W., 1960


Box 226 Alroy, Gil C. Prof, 1969-1982


Box 226 Alsop, Joseph & Stewart, 1951-1962


Box 226 Altbach, Philip, 1963-1985


Box 226 Altschul, Frank, 1948-1967


Box 226 Alvis, Maurice, 1961


Box 226 Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America, 1972-1975


Box 226 American Cancer Society, 1966-1981


Box 226 American Civil Liberties Union, 1958-1977


Box 226 American Committee for Liberation, 1961-1962


Box 226 Americans for Democratic Action, 1963-1968


Box 226 American Jewish Comm., 1953-1986


Box 226 American Jewish Congress, 1963-1983


Box 226 American Labor Conference on International Affairs, Inc., 1954-1979


Box 226 Ames, Kenneth, 1962-1971


Box 226 Anderson, Clinton P. Sen., 1961


Box 226 Anderson, Meredith, 1989-1991


Box 226 Angell, Norman Sir, 1952-1968



Box 227 Army, 1951-1958


Box 227 Anti-Defamation League, 1957-1981


Box 227 Antioch Review, 1969


Box 227 Apple, Max, 1981-1995


Box 227 Appleton, Shelley, 1959-2005


Box 227 Applications, 1987-2002


Box 227 Armour, Richard, 1954-1962


Box 227 Arndt, Stanley M., 1960-1961


Box 227 Aron, Michael, 1987-2006


Box 227 Aron, Raymond, 1949-1968


Box 227 Aronson, Robert, 1961


Box 227 Arzt, Donna, 1977-1980


Box 227 Asahina, Robert, 1976-1983


Box 227 Ashe, David I., 1960-1967


Box 227 Ashe, Geoffrey, 1953-1956


Box 227 Asher, Aaron, 1960


Box 227 Ashmore, Harry S., 1960-1961


Box 227 Ashraf, Kazi, 1991-1992


Box 227 Asia Foundation, 1958-1968


Box 227 Asimov, Isaac, 1962


Box 227 Assignment of Copyrighg, 1965-1984


Box 227 Associate Editor - 2003, 2003


Box 227 Associated Press, 1966-1972


Box 227 Athenuem, 1961-1963


Box 227 Auden, W.H., 1960


Box 227 Auerback, Carl A., 1953-1975


Box 227 Aufhauser, Marcia Cavell, 1974-1982


Box 227 Avrich, Paul, 1963-1966


Box 227 Awards, 1966-1967


Box 227 Ayres, C.E. Prof, 1952-1962


Box 227 Azrael, Jeremy R., 1962-1963


Box 227 BA-BAR, 1957-2007


Box 227 BAS-BEN, 1958-2004


Box 227 BER-BEY, 1957-2007


Box 227 BI-BLA, 1958-2006


Box 227 BLI-BOW, 1953-1998



Box 228 BRA-BRO, 1956-2006


Box 228 BRU-BZ, 1952-1997



Box 227 Bach, Del, 1980-1998


Box 227 Bacevic, Batic, 1996-1997


Box 227 Bailer, Brent, 1970-1978


Box 227 Baker, Leonard, 1965-1966


Box 227 Balakian, Nona, 1960-1979


Box 227 Baldwin, James, 1961-2004


Box 227 Ballis, William Prof., 1960-1989


Box 227 Banfield, Edward Prof., 1961-1973


Box 227 Baranczak, Stanislaw Prof., 1989-2000


Box 227 Babash, Jack Prof., 1957-1962


Box 227 Barber, Willard, 1962-1967


Box 227 Barghoorn, Frederick, 1958-1962


Box 227 Barnes Printing Co., 1966-1968


Box 227 Barnes, Katrina, 1961-1971


Box 227 Barnes, Peter, 1963-1967


Box 227 Barry, Teresa, 1989


Box 227 Baruch, Bernard M., 1944-1954


Box 227 Barzun, Jacques, 1953-1999


Box 227 Baum, William C. Prof, 1960-1964


Box 227 Bazelon, David T., 1960-1964


Box 227 Beavan, John, 1961


Box 227 Bech, Stanley Z., 1961


Box 227 Bedau, Hugo Adam, 1959-1960


Box 227 Beichman, Arnold, 1958-1998


Box 227 Beiser, Vince, 1997-2000



Box 228 Bell, Aaron, 1961-1971


Box 228 Bell, Daniel (1960 -, 1960-2008


Box 228 Bell, Daniel (1952 - 1959), 1952-1959


Box 228 Bell, Pearl (1975 -, 1975-1981


Box 228 Bell, Pearl (1963 - 1974), 1963-1974


Box 228 Belsky, Abe, 1967-1980


Box 228 Belth, Nathan C., 1961, 1967


Box 228 Ben-Gurion, David, 1954-1968


Box 228 Benton, William, 1961-1964


Box 228 Bennington College, 1957-1975


Box 228 Bentley, Eric, 1961-1974


Box 228 Berg, Joan, 1962-1992


Box 228 Berger, Bennett, 1962


Box 228 Berger, Michael, 1970-1994


Box 228 Berger, Monroe Dr., 1959-1973


Box 228 Berger, Samuel David, 1952-1960


Box 228 Berkman, Dave, 1961-1966


Box 228 Berle, Adolf A. Jr., 1947-1971


Box 228 Berlin, Isaiah Sir, 1954-1960


Box 228 Bermel, Albert (1976 - 1970), 1970-2006


Box 228 Bermal, Albert (1969 - 1964) [Bermel], 1964-1969


Box 228 Bernick, Mike, 1975-1981


Box 228 Bernays, Edward (1957 -, 1956-1978


Box 228 Bernays, Edward (1953-1956), 1953-1956


Box 228 Bernstein, David, 1960-1974


Box 228 Bernstein, Lester, 1963-1971


Box 228 Berry, William, 1964-1967


Box 228 Berube, Maurice R., 1966


Box 228 Bestor, Arthur, 1961-1962


Box 228 Betancourt, Romulo, 1958-1965


Box 228 Bettelheim, Bruno, 1960-1976


Box 228 Bevin, Aneurin, 1957-1959


Box 228 Bhagwati, Jagdish N., 1985-2004


Box 228 Bhargava, G.S., 1952-1981


Box 228 Bickel, Alexander, 1966-1974


Box 228 Big Chalk, 2001-2002


Box 228 Bingham, Jonathan, 1960-1961



Box 229 Bingham, June



Box 228 Black, Charles L. Jr., 1960


Box 228 Blackton, Charles S., 1961-1965


Box 228 Blanshard, Brand, 1961-1962


Box 228 Blaufarb, Douglas, 1961-1973


Box 228 Blauner, Robert, 1960, 1977


Box 228 Blivin, Bruce, 1953-1959


Box 228 Bloch, Bradley W., 1989-1990


Box 228 Bloomfield, Lincoln, 1964-1974


Box 228 Blum, Albert, 1959-1993



Box 229 Bohn, William (1968 - 1968), 1963-1968


Box 229 Bohn, William (1959 - 1962), 1959-1962


Box 229 Bolger, Eugenie, 1970-1976


Box 229 Bonavito, Jacqui, 1986


Box 229 Bondy, Francois, 1953-1962


Box 229 Boni, Albert, 1972-1975


Box 229 Book Review Copies, 2004


Box 229 Books Reviewed, 2003-2004


Box 229 Boorstein, Daniel J., 1959-1960


Box 229 Boroff, David, 1961-1965


Box 229 Borsody, Stephen, 1960-1967


Box 229 Bosch, Juan, 1963-1965


Box 229 Bosnitch, S.D. Prof, 1965


Box 229 Botsford, Keith, 1962-1984


Box 229 Bourjaily, Vance, 1960-1961


Box 229 Boswell, George, 1955-1992


Box 229 Bowdren, John, 1985-1989


Box 229 Bowen, Norman, 1984-1986


Box 229 Bowie, Robert, 1959-1961


Box 229 Bowles, Chester (1956 - 1968), 1956-1968


Box 229 Bowles, Chester (1949 - 1955), 1949-1955


Box 229 Boyers, Robert, 1966-1970


Box 229 Brace, Richard M., 1961


Box 229 Brennan, D.G., 1961-1962


Box 229 Bradshaw, James S., 1968-1973


Box 229 Braeman, John, 1961-1962


Box 229 Braestrup, Peter, 1960-1969


Box 229 Brandt, Willy, 1957-1990


Box 229 Braunthal, Alfred, 1951-1960


Box 229 Bree, Germaine, 1960-1961


Box 229 Bregman, John, 1957-1960


Box 229 Breindel, Eric, 1977-1980


Box 229 Breit, Harvey, 1957-1960


Box 229 Brickman, Richard, 1970-1975


Box 229 Brilliant, Moshe, 1977


Box 229 Brinton, Crane, 1960


Box 229 Brockway, George P., 1958-2006


Box 229 Brodie, Bernard, 1959-1972


Box 229 Brodsky, Joseph, 1964-1996


Box 229 Brogan, D.W. Prof., 1952-1965


Box 229 Bromwich, David, 1993-1994


Box 229 Brooks, Thomas R., 1960-1978


Box 229 Brouwer, Deborah, 1989


Box 229 Browder, Earl, 1959-1973


Box 229 Brown, Bernard D., 1963


Box 229 Brown, Charles C., 1971-1993


Box 229 Brown, Edward, 1960-1961


Box 229 Brown, Irving, 1953-1995


Box 229 Brown, Rosellen, 1995-2008


Box 229 Brown, Spencer, 1960-1961


Box 229 Bruner, Richard W., 1960-2003


Box 229 Bruner, Richard W., 1993


Box 229 Brynes, Robert, 1960


Box 229 Buckley, William, 1958-1988


Box 229 Burden, William Jr., 1960


Box 229 Burke, Kenneth, 1962-1964


Box 229 Burns, Arthur F., 1961-1962


Box 229 Burns, James M., 1960-2003


Box 229 Busey, James L., 1959-1961


Box 229 Butler, David, 1960


Box 229 Butler, Thomas, 1968-1973


Box 229 Buttinger, Joseph, 1958-1960


Box 229 Butwell, Richard, 1960-1970


Box 229 CA-CAP, 1934-2002



Box 230 CAR-CAZ, 1960-1999


Box 230 CE-CHR, 1959-1997


Box 230 CHU-COH, 1957-2000


Box 230 COL-COO, 1957-1997


Box 230 COP-COUR, 1947-2000


Box 230 COUS-CZ, 1954-2004


Box 230 Caesar, Terry, 1983-1991


Box 230 Cahn, Herbert, 1964-1967


Box 230 Cagle, Carrol W., 1969-1970


Box 230 Calamandrei, Mauro, 1962-1965


Box 230 Caldwell, Malcolm, 1960


Box 230 Califano, Joseph A. Jr., 1967-1970


Box 230 Campbell, John, 1961-1974


Box 230 Cameron, Ben F., 1960-1963


Box 230 Campbell, Kurt M., 1980-1988


Box 230 Canham, Erwin D., 1958-1962


Box 230 Cannon, Garland, 1960


Box 230 Cantarella, Helen, 1953-1962


Box 230 Caplan, Lincoln, 1971-1978


Box 230 Carlyle, Kate, 1980


Box 230 Carmel, Amos, 2003


Box 230 Carmichael, C.[Joel], 1962-1975


Box 230 Carnegie Endowment/Carnegia Commission, 1968-1983


Box 230 Carter, Gwendolen, 1961-1963


Box 230 Carter, Hodding, 1960


Box 230 Case, Clifford, 1964-1978


Box 230 Case, Kristen, 2001-2005


Box 230 Cassimatis, Gregory, 1960-1961


Box 230 Catin, George E. Gordon [Catlin; Cattell], 1958-1966


Box 230 CBS News, 1963-1979


Box 230 Chaiken, Sol, 1991


Box 230 Chaing Kai-shek, Madam [Chiang Kai-shek], 1949-1955


Box 230 Chalberg, John C., 1981-1985


Box 230 Chamberlin, William H. (Jan. 1959 - Sept. 1969), 1959-1969


Box 230 Chamberlin, William H. (Feb. 1953 - Dec. 1958), 1953-1958


Box 230 Chambers, Whitaker [Whittaker], 1950-1957


Box 230 Chandler, Lawrence, 1980-1984


Box 230 Chanderli, A., 1961


Box 230 Chang, Michelle, 1997-1998


Box 230 Change Magazine, 1967-1981


Box 230 Chapin, Victor, 1960-1961


Box 230 Chapman, Irwin, 1962-1970


Box 230 Chapman, William, 1962-1963


Box 230 Chase, Edward T., 1963-2001


Box 230 Chase Manhattan Bank, 1978-2007


Box 230 Chase, Richard, 1960-1961


Box 230 Chen, Theodore H.E., 1958-1959


Box 230 Cheng, Chu-yuan, 1961-1962


Box 230 Chepesiuk, Ron, 1986-2002


Box 230 Cherne, Leo, 1959-1974


Box 230 Chesler, Ellen, 1975-1976


Box 230 Chiaromowt, Nocola [Nicola Chiaromonte], 1953-1964


Box 230 Chiesa, Giulietto, 2001-2002


Box 230 Chilcote, Ronald, 1962-1963


Box 230 Chilton, W.E., 1960-1965


Box 230 China Quarterly, 1961-1962


Box 230 Ching, Frank, 1976


Box 230 Christenson, Reo, 1960-1963


Box 230 Christian Science Monitor, 1958-1966


Box 230 Christman, Henry M., 1959-1961


Box 230 Chu, Valentin, 1958-2007


Box 230 Church, Frank, 1961-1976


Box 230 Churchill, Charlie, 2003-2006


Box 230 Ciccotti, Sigfried, 1961


Box 230 Ciockosz, Adam [Ciolkosz], 1956-1961


Box 230 Claflin, Charlotte, 1960-1961


Box 230 Clark, Eleanor, 1974-1983


Box 230 Clark, Joseph, 1961-1967


Box 230 Clausen, Christopher, 1992-2008


Box 230 Clayton, William, 1956-1966


Box 230 Cleaver, Carol, 1983-1998


Box 230 Clemens, Walter, 1961-1974


Box 230 Coffin, Tristam, 1961-1964


Box 230 Cogen, Charles, 1974-1979


Box 230 Cohen, Arthur, 1960


Box 230 Cohen, Barry Mendel, 1960-1978


Box 230 Cohen, Harriet, 1962-1965


Box 230 Cohen, Ralph, 1960


Box 230 Cohen, Richard (Am. Jewish Congress), 1961-1992


Box 230 Cohen, Wilbur J. Dean, 1961-1983


Box 230 Colburn, Forrest D., 1984-2007


Box 230 Coleman, James S., 1959-1962



Box 232 Collier Photo Engrav., 1963-1967


Box 232 Collins, Michael, 1996


Box 232 Collinet, Michel, 1957-1960


Box 232 Columbia - Digitization, 1993-2007


Box 232 Columbia - NL Website, 2006-2007


Box 232 Columbia Library Correspondance, 2006-2007


Box 232 Columbia University Press, 1966-1998


Box 232 Commentary, 1966-1985


Box 232 Compass News Features, 1988-1991



Box 231 Conant, Oliver, 1984-1994


Box 231 Congress for Cultural Freedom, 1958-1969



Box 232 Congress for Cultural Freedom, 1958-1969



Box 231 Connor, Colette, 1979-1994


Box 231 Conquest, Robert, 1964-1994


Box 231 Cook, Bruce, 1973-1989


Box 231 Cook, Mercer, 1960-1961


Box 231 Cooper, Elias, 1961-1962


Box 231 Cooper, John Sherman, 1967-1970


Box 231 Cooperman, Stanley, 1961-1969


Box 231 Copyright Clearance Center, 1994-2006


Box 231 Cordua, Chess, 1991


Box 231 Cosman, Max, 1960-1961


Box 231 Cottin, Jonathan, 1971-1973


Box 231 Cottle, Thomas, 1974-2004


Box 231 Couloumbis, Theodore, 1972


Box 231 Counts, George S., 1959-1961


Box 231 Cousins, Norman, 1958-1963


Box 231 Cowley, Joseph, 1960


Box 231 Creesy, Charles, 1970-1982


Box 231 Critchfield, Richard, 1963-1972


Box 231 Critchlow, Jim, 1972-2007


Box 231 Cruickshank, John, 1960-1973


Box 231 Crosland, Anthony, 1957-1960


Box 231 Cruse, Harold, 1961-1962


Box 231 Cunningham, Clark E., 1961


Box 231 Current, 1960-1976


Box 231 DA, 1954-1997


Box 231 DE-DH, 1953-2007


Box 231 DI-DR, 1953-2004


Box 231 DU-DZ, 1956-2005


Box 231 Dallin, Alexander Prof., 1950-2000


Box 231 Dallin, David, 1953-2007


Box 231 Danaceau, Paul, 1964-1966


Box 231 Daniels, Robert V., 1959-2007


Box 231 Das, Mohan, 1950-1959


Box 231 David, Paul T., 1962


Box 231 Davidson, Paul, 1983-2007


Box 231 Davis, Hope H., 1960-2007


Box 231 Davis, Robert G., 1951-1994


Box 231 Day, John F., 1960-1962


Box 231 DeBoer, Bernard [Bernhard DeBoer Inc.], 2001-2006


Box 231 DeCicco, Ernest M., 1957-1961



Box 232 Decter, Moshe, 1954-2007


Box 232 Deemer, Charles, 1968-1977


Box 232 Deepe, Beverly, 1966


Box 232 Degnan, Walter, 1971-1972


Box 232 de la Carrera, Antonio, 1963-1974


Box 232 del Mundo, Giselle Palacio, 2004


Box 232 Denison, E.F., 1962


Box 232 Dennin, Leon, 1950-1954


Box 232 Der Monat, 1966


Box 232 de Silva, M.A., 1956-1960


Box 232 de Sola Pool, Ithiel, 1964-1974


Box 232 Despol, John A., 1953-1954


Box 232 Dewhurst, Frederic J., 1961-1962


Box 232 Dickstein, Lore, 1997


Box 232 Diggins, John Patrick, 1994-2005


Box 232 Digges, Charles, 1996-1997


Box 232 Dining a la Card, 1997


Box 232 Dinnerstein, Herbert S. [Dinerstein], 1957-1961


Box 232 Disch, Thomas M., 1997


Box 232 Dissent, 1968-1973


Box 232 Dixon, Robert G. Jr., 1962


Box 232 Djilas, Aleksa, 1980-1995


Box 232 Djilas, Milovan, 1956-2001


Box 232 D'Monte, Darryl, 1975-2002


Box 232 Dobson, Sean, 1985-1986


Box 232 Dodd, Thomas J., 1961-1967


Box 232 Dolivet, 1950-1952


Box 232 Dolman, Joe, 1998-2007


Box 232 Doniger, Nancy, 1986-1987


Box 232 Dorfman, Herbert, 1968-1996


Box 232 Dos Passos, John, 1946-1966


Box 232 Dougherty, Lynn, 1985-1986


Box 232 Douglas, Paul H. Sen., 1941-1973


Box 232 Doxey, John, 1995-1997


Box 232 Dragnich, Alex, 1958-1994


Box 232 Draper, Roger, 1990-2004


Box 232 Draper, Theodore (1978 - 1964); Roger Draper (1997), 1964-1997


Box 232 Draper, Theodore (1963 - 1959), 1959-1963


Box 232 Dubin, David, 1960-1961


Box 232 Ducasse, C.J., 1961


Box 232 Duchacek, Ivo D., 1961


Box 232 Duffy, James, 1961


Box 232 Duignan, Peter, 1960-1977


Box 232 Dulles, Allen W., 1949-1961



Box 233 Dulles, John Foster, 1946-1953


Box 233 Dunbar, Georgia, 1960


Box 233 Dunn, Susan, 2003-2007


Box 233 Dunning, Jennifer, 1975-1977


Box 233 Dunham, Vera, 1958-1961


Box 233 Dunsmore, Barrie, 2004


Box 233 Durdin, Tillman, 1961-1963


Box 233 Duscha, Julius, 1959-1961


Box 233 Dworkin, Martin S., 1950-1979


Box 233 Dymaza, William A. [Dymsza], 1959-1962


Box 233 Dziewanowski, M.K., 1959-1983


Box 233 EA-EL, 1953-1996


Box 233 EM-EZ, 1952-2007


Box 233 Eastman, Max, 1950-1964


Box 233 Ebenstein, William, 1960


Box 233 Ebon, Martin, 1954-1964


Box 233 EBSCO, 1990-2007


Box 233 Von Eckardt, Wolf, 1953-1954


Box 233 Edelston, Martin, 1976-2007


Box 233 Edgar, Sarah, 1982-1986


Box 233 Educational Resource & Research Service, 1990


Box 233 Edwards, L.B., 1960


Box 233 Egan, Bonnie, 1981


Box 233 Eichman, Erich, 1992-1994


Box 233 Eichner, Alfred S., 1971-1975


Box 233 Elegant, Robert S., 1960-2007


Box 233 Elkins, Stanley, 1961


Box 233 Eliot, T.S., 1952-1964


Box 233 Elizur, Yuval, 1995-1998


Box 233 Ellis, Harry B., 1960-1961


Box 233 Ellison, Ralph, 1960-2007


Box 233 Ellner, Steve, 1997-1998


Box 233 Emmet, Christopher, 1950-1965


Box 233 Employment Applications, 1982-2004


Box 233 Engle, Gerald Rabbi, 1960-1961


Box 233 English, Maurice, 1964-1978


Box 233 English, Robert, 1980-1983


Box 233 Epstein, Julius, 1952-1967


Box 233 Epstein, Klaus, 1961-1962


Box 233 Epstein, Mike, 1959-1979


Box 233 Erlich, Victor, 1952-1975


Box 233 Ernst, Morris L., 1955-1973


Box 233 Espie, Stephen, 1998-1999


Box 233 Ethridge, Mark, 1947-1954


Box 233 Etzioni, Amitai, 1961-1989


Box 233 Evans, Rowland, 1961-1965


Box 233 Evanier, David, 1965-1995


Box 233 FA-FE, 1947-2000


Box 233 FI, 1953-2003


Box 233 FL-FOR, 1948-2002


Box 233 FOU-FRA, 1957-2004


Box 233 FRE-FU, 1959-2002


Box 233 Fainsod, Merle, 1958-1967


Box 233 Falcoff, Mark, 1966-1975


Box 233 Falkenberg, Betty, 1989-2003


Box 233 Farrar, Straus (Aug. 77 -, 1977-1993


Box 233 Farrar, Straus (Apr. 60 - July 1977), 1960-1993



Box 234 Farrell, James T., 1954-1968


Box 234 Falleder, Arnold, 1960-1962


Box 234 Farber, Manny, 1960-1961


Box 234 Fast, Howard, 1957-1960


Box 234 Fax, 2003-2004


Box 234 Fehrenbacher, Donald E., 1960-1961


Box 234 Feifer, George, 1960-1964


Box 234 Feinstone, Sol, 1959-1973


Box 234 Feis, Herbert, 1960-1961


Box 234 Fejto, Francois, 1961


Box 234 Fellows, Otis, 1961


Box 234 Felter, Daniel, 1952-1956


Box 234 Fetridge, Robert, 1960


Box 234 Fentress, Calvin, 1965-2006


Box 234 Feuer, Kathryn, 1960-1967


Box 234 Feuer, Lewis, 1958-2002


Box 234 Fiedler, Leslie A., 1959-1974


Box 234 Field, Andrew (Jan. 1965 -, 1965-1997


Box 234 Field, Andrew (Dec. 1962 - Dec. 1964), 1962-1964


Box 234 Field, George (Freedom House), 1961-1986


Box 234 Figueres, Jose (9/54 - 12/63), 1954-1963


Box 234 Figueres, Jose (9/53 - 8/54), 1951-1954


Box 234 Filippone, Danny, 2004


Box 234 Finkelstein, Lawrence, 1960-1963


Box 234 Fireside, Harvey, 1975-1983


Box 234 Fischer, Louis, 1958-1969


Box 234 Fischlowitz, Estanlsjau, 1959-1964


Box 234 Fishel, Wesley R., 1959-1966


Box 234 Fishman, Leo, 1961-1962


Box 234 Fitch, Geraldine, 1959-1968


Box 234 Fitch, Robert, 1953-1964


Box 234 Fitelson, David, 1961-1962


Box 234 Fitelson, William (1960 -, 1960-1984


Box 234 Fitelson, William (1956 - 1959), 1956-1959


Box 234 Fitzgibbon, Constantine, 1960-1963


Box 234 Fleischman, Harry, 1962-1984


Box 234 Fleming, Thomas J., 1966-1967


Box 234 Flood, 1999


Box 234 Foland, Frances, 1968-1972


Box 234 Fontaine, Roger, 1979-1980


Box 234 Fontanella, Rose, 1991-1993


Box 234 Ford Foundation, 1956-1973


Box 234 Foreign Policy, 1979-1982


Box 234 Foreign Publication Services (1969 - 1964), 1964-1969


Box 234 Foreign Publication Services (1963 - 1959), 1959-1963



Box 235 Foreign Publication Services (1975 - 1970), 1970-1975


Box 235 Foregin Relations Committee, 1963-1997


Box 235 Forum Service, 1960-1965


Box 235 Forward, 1961-1998


Box 235 Fouse, Claudia, 1979-1987


Box 235 Fowles, Jib, 1967-1969


Box 235 Frank, M.Z., 1962-1966


Box 235 Frank, Rueven, 1965-2005


Box 235 Frankel, Charles Prof., 1961-1972


Box 235 Frankel, Marvin E. Judge, 1974-2002


Box 235 Frankel, Max, 1960-2007


Box 235 Frankel, Theodore, 1966


Box 235 Frankle, Max (1960-1975), 1960-1975


Box 235 Frankle, Max (1959 - 1958), 1958-1959


Box 235 Fraser, Hugh Russell, 1961


Box 235 Free Europe, 1950-1976


Box 235 Free Russia, 1951-1959


Box 235 Friedberg, Maurice, 1960-1996


Box 235 Friedenberg, Daniel M., 1960-1966


Box 235 Friedrich, C.J. Prof., 1944-1961


Box 235 Fremont-Smith, Eliot, 1961-1966


Box 235 Fuchsberg, Robin, 1984


Box 235 Fulbright, J.M. Sen., 1961-1974


Box 235 Fund for the Republic (1956), 1956


Box 235 Fund for the Republic (1955 - 1954), 1955


Box 235 Furniture & Fixtures, 1982-2006


Box 235 Fyvel, T.R. (1973 - 1956), 1955-1973


Box 235 Fyvel, T.R. (1956 - 1950), 1950-1956



Box 236 GA-GEE, 1957-1997


Box 236 GEF-GIA, 1958-2006


Box 236 GIB-GLI, 1947-2003


Box 236 GLO-GOL, 1958-2001


Box 236 GOM-GOR, 1957-2007


Box 236 GOS-GRA, 1957-1998


Box 236 GRE-GRON, 1945-2007


Box 236 GROP-GW, 1956-2004


Box 236 Gabor, Robert, 1960-1961


Box 236 Gainham, Sarah, 1962-1966


Box 236 Gaitskell, Hugh, 1955-1963


Box 236 Gaillard, William, 1977


Box 236 Gaines, Thomas, 1965-2003


Box 236 Galbraith, Kenneth, 1954-1983


Box 236 Gale Research, 1997-2007


Box 236 Gall, Norman, 1963-1968


Box 236 Gamson, Rhoda, 1973


Box 236 Gans, Herbert, 1961-2007


Box 236 Gardner, James, 1987


Box 236 Gardner, Martin, 1973-1983


Box 236 Garrique, Jean, 1966-1968


Box 236 Gass, Oscar, 1960-1962


Box 236 Gatsby, James, 1962-1966



Box 235 Gausmann, William, 1948-1960


Box 235 Gavett, Thomas, 1962


Box 235 Gelb, Leslie, 1972-1993


Box 235 Gelb, Norman, 1961-2007


Box 235 Gelber, Lionel, 1956-1975


Box 235 Geller, Barry, 1962-1971


Box 235 Gerberg, Mort, 1995


Box 235 Gersh, Gabriel, 1961-1966


Box 235 Gershman, Carl, 1970-1985



Box 236 Gershoy, Leo, 1961


Box 236 Gersten, Gerry, 1962-1974


Box 236 Gewen, Barry, 1972-2006


Box 236 Giarelli, Andrew, 1978-1979


Box 236 Gibian, George, 1957-1996


Box 236 Gideonse, Harry, 1946-1972


Box 236 Gilder, George, 1963-2006



Box 235 Gillespie, Joan, 1959-1961


Box 235 Giordano, Renato, 1952-1996



Box 236 Glass, Andrew, 1971-2007


Box 236 Glaze, Andrew, 1968


Box 236 Glazer, Nathan [Teach our children; What we are Trying], 1959-1993


Box 236 Glick, Isa & Nat, 1960-2004


Box 236 Glusman, John A., 1980-1981



Box 237 Godson, Joseph, 1953-1968


Box 237 Goff, John, 1985-1989


Box 237 Gold, Hadassah, 1981-2007


Box 237 Goldberg, Arthur J. [Goldberg], 1952-1967


Box 237 Golberg, Harry, 1958-1965


Box 237 Goldman, Albert (Jan. 1961 -, 1961-1970


Box 237 Goldman, Albert (Feb. 1950 - July 1954), 1950-1954


Box 237 Goldman, Ari, 1988-1992


Box 237 Goldman, Marshall I., 1961-1963


Box 237 Goldmann, Robert B., 1965-1974


Box 237 Goldstein, Eric, 1979-1980


Box 237 Goldstein, Thomas, 1961-1969


Box 237 Gomberg, William Prof., 1957-1962


Box 237 Gomori, George, 1965


Box 237 Goodheart, Eugene, 1963


Box 237 Goodman, Geoffrey, 1958-1961


Box 237 Goodman, Hal, 1980-1982


Box 237 Goodman, John, 1967-1969


Box 237 Goodman, Paul, 1960-1971


Box 237 Goodman, Walter, 1968-2002


Box 237 Goodrich, Austin, 1952-1959


Box 237 Goodwin, Richard, 1965-1973


Box 237 Gordon, Walter R., 1966-1975


Box 237 Gore, Albert, 1960-1970


Box 237 Gore, Arthur, 1961


Box 237 Goreau, Angeline, 2004-2007


Box 237 Gorgun, Ahmet, 1996-2005


Box 237 Gould, Lewis, 2002-2003


Box 237 Gould, William B., 1957-1968


Box 237 Graff, Henry, 1959-2007


Box 237 Grahman, Philip, 1963-2008


Box 237 Grant, Francis, 1960


Box 237 Grattan, Hartley, 1947-1958


Box 237 Graubard, Stephen, 1961-1962


Box 237 Gravman, Lawrence, 1965-1974


Box 237 Graver, Lawrence, 1965


Box 237 Graves, Tom, 1983


Box 237 Gray, Gordon, 1950-1958


Box 237 Gray, Paul, 1999-2006


Box 237 Green, David, 1999-2006


Box 237 Green, Harris, 1966-1972


Box 237 Green, Jerrold D., 1988


Box 237 Greene, David H., 1960-1961


Box 237 Greenfeld, Josh, 2000-2007


Box 237 Greenfeld, Karl Taro, 1988-1992


Box 237 Greenfield, Bonnie, 1993-1995


Box 237 Greenfield, Saul, 1977-1980


Box 237 Greenwood Press, 1967-1984


Box 237 Greiss, Adam, 1996-1999


Box 237 Greskovic, Robert, 1977-1979


Box 237 Griffits, William R. [Griffith], 1961-1974


Box 237 Grill, Kelly, 2003-2004


Box 237 Grose, Peter, 1966-1975


Box 237 Gross, Ernest, 1954-1961



Box 238 Gross, Ronald, 1960-1962


Box 238 Grossman, Anita S., 1985


Box 238 Grossman, Edward, 1984-2002


Box 238 Grossman, Lawrence, 1988-2007



Box 237 Gruber, Ruth, 1997-2007


Box 237 Grulio, Leo, 1960-1961


Box 237 Grundy, Kenneth W., 1964-1965


Box 237 Gruening, Ernest, 1959-1967


Box 237 Grunwald, Henry, 1962-1997


Box 237 Gsovski, Vladimir, 1957-1961



Box 238 Gurewitsch, Anatole, 1976-1990


Box 238 Gutman, Robert, 1958-2005


Box 238 Gutwillig, Robert, 1967-1979


Box 238 HA-HARP, 1949-2005


Box 238 HARR-HAZ, 1959-2007


Box 238 HE-HES, 1957-2007


Box 238 HET-HI, 1946-2008


Box 238 HOA-HOLM, 1948-2003


Box 238 HOLN-HOR, 1956-1989


Box 238 HOS-HUG, 1953-1994


Box 238 HUH-HZ, 1953-2003


Box 238 Haberman, Clyde, 1998-2007


Box 238 Hacker, Andrew, 1962-1963


Box 238 Hadas, Moses Prof., 1960-1961


Box 238 Hagen, Everett E., 1963


Box 238 Hahn, Lorna, 1962-2007


Box 238 Haig-Brown, Roderick, 1960


Box 238 Haimson, Leopold Prof., 1958-1962


Box 238 Halper, Sam, 1965-1982


Box 238 Halpern, Henry, 1961-1970


Box 238 Halpern, Morton, 1961-1973


Box 238 Hamburger, Philip, 1979-1997


Box 238 Hamilton, Howard, 1961-1964


Box 238 Hand, Samuel, 2003-2005


Box 238 Handlin, Oscar, 1953-1971


Box 238 Hanser, Richard (April 1956 -, 1956-1981


Box 238 Hanser, Richard (Nov. 1951 - March 1956), 1952-1956


Box 238 Harcourt Brace, 1960-1988


Box 238 Hardman, J.B.S., 1954-1966


Box 238 Harper Bros., 1960-1968


Box 238 Harrigan, Anthony, 1960-1968


Box 238 Harriman, W.A., 1953-1975


Box 238 Harrington, Lloyd, 1979-1983


Box 238 Harrington, Michael, 1961-1974


Box 238 Harris, Seymour E., 1959-1961


Box 238 Harth, Morris, 1962-1964


Box 238 Hartley, Anthony, 1961-1964


Box 238 Harvard Univ. Press, 1958-1961


Box 238 Haskell, Molly, 2000-2006


Box 238 Havel, Vaclav, 1977


Box 238 Havighurst, Robert J., 1960-1962


Box 238 Hayes, E. Nelson, 1970-1972


Box 238 Hays, Paul R., 1956-1961


Box 238 Hayward, Max, 1960-1961


Box 238 Healy, Dennis (Aug. 1959 -, 1959-1973


Box 238 Healy, Dennis (July 1954 - July 1959), 1953-1959


Box 238 Hecksher, August, 1950-1995


Box 238 Heilbroner, Robert, 1960-1978


Box 238 Heilbrunn, Jacob, 1990-2007


Box 238 Heilman, Samuel, 1985-1986


Box 238 Held, Virginia, 1960-1966


Box 238 Heller, Walter, 1961-1973


Box 238 Helstein, Ralph, 1961


Box 238 Henderson, Loy, 1946-1959


Box 238 Heneghan, Tom, 1976-1977


Box 238 Henriques, Fernando Dr., 1960-1961


Box 238 Herald, George W., 1961-1970


Box 238 Herald Tribune, 1959


Box 238 Herberg, Will, 1951-1961


Box 238 Hering, Al, 1976-1979


Box 238 Herling, John, 1960-1972


Box 238 Herman, George, 1961-2000


Box 238 Herman, Leon M., 1959-1962


Box 238 Herman, Louis, 1949-1990


Box 238 Herrick, William, 1967-1997



Box 239 Herzfeld, Norma Krause, 1960-1961


Box 239 Hicks, Granville, 1953-1972


Box 239 Hill, Amy, 1984


Box 239 Hildenbrandt, Rainer, 1953-1957


Box 239 Hill & Wang, 1974-1977


Box 239 Hindus, Milton, 1958-1986


Box 239 Hingley, Ronald, 1962-1973


Box 239 H.I.P. [TNL employee healthcare documents], 1995-2007


Box 239 Hirschleifer, Jack, 1962


Box 239 Hirschman, Albert Prof., 1960-1963


Box 239 Hochstein, Philip, 1964


Box 239 Hoffman, Stanley, 1961-2005


Box 239 Hoffman, Theodore, 1961-1962


Box 239 Holt, James, 1990-1997


Box 239 Holt, Pat, 1960-1962


Box 239 Hook, Sidney (Jan. 1962 -, 1962-2002


Box 239 Hook, Sidney (May 1956 - Dec. 1961), 1956-1961


Box 239 Hook, Sidney (Aug. 1947- April 1956), 1947-1956


Box 239 Hoover, Calvin B. Prof., 1952-1961


Box 239 Hoover, Jay Edgar, 1944-1953


Box 239 Hopkins, Mark, 1965-1998


Box 239 Hornbeck, Stanley K., 1953-1967


Box 239 Horowitz, Irving Louis, 1963-2007


Box 239 Hottelet, Richard C., 1954-2007


Box 239 Howard, Richard, 1966


Box 239 Howe, Irving, 1960-1965


Box 239 Howe, Quincy (Atlas), 1962-1963


Box 239 Howe, Russell W., 1964-1990


Box 239 Hudson, G.F., 1964-1974


Box 239 Hughes, Catharine, 1963-1969


Box 239 Hughes, Evan, 2001-2007


Box 239 Hughes, John, 1958-1970


Box 239 Hughes Printing Co. (May 1967, 1967-1974


Box 239 Hughes Printing Co. (March 1961 - April 1967), 1961-1967



Box 240 Hughes Printing Co. (October 1955 - Dec. 1960), 1955-1960


Box 240 Hughes Printing Co. (Jan. 1950 - Aug. 1955), 1950-1955


Box 240 Humphrey, Hubert, 1955-1978


Box 240 Huntley, Chet, 1964


Box 240 Hunter, Edward, 1944-1973


Box 240 Huntington, Samuel P., 1958-1974


Box 240 Hurwitz, Harold, 1960-1972


Box 240 Husarska, Anna, 1986-1997


Box 240 Hyman, Stanley E. (Apr. 1965 - Aug. 1972), 1965-2004


Box 240 Hyman, Stanley E. (Oct. 1962 - Mar. 1965), 1962-1965


Box 240 Hyman, Stanley E. (Mar. 1961 - Sept. 1962), 1961-1962


Box 240 I, 1944-2007


Box 240 Ickes, Harold, 1939-1940


Box 240 Illick, Joseph (March 1972 -, 1972-2006


Box 240 Illick, Joseph (Sept. 1942 - Feb. 1972), 1946-1984


Box 240 I.L.O., 1940, 1961


Box 240 Inal, Kenan, 1951


Box 240 Industrial Union Dept., 1959-1960


Box 240 Infonautics, 1997-1998


Box 240 Information Access Co., 1985-1999


Box 240 ILGWU, 1949-1983


Box 240 Inhaber, Herbert, 1984-1988


Box 240 Inglis, Bryan, 1963


Box 240 Inkeles, Alex Prof., 1957-1960


Box 240 Insurance, 1961-1976


Box 240 Institute of Current World Affair, 1963, 1976


Box 240 Intellectual Digest, 1970-1972


Box 240 International Feature Service, 1961


Box 240 International Labor List, Undated


Box 240 International News Photos, 1957-1958


Box 240 International Rescue Comm., 1949-1977


Box 240 International Sakharov Hearings Manuscripts, 1979


Box 240 Irizarry, Carmen, 1966-1967


Box 240 Irvine, Keith, 1953-1970


Box 240 Isaacs, Harold, 1957-1961


Box 240 Israel, 1995



Box 241 Israel, Embassy, 1968-1978


Box 241 IT&T Telephone System, 1990


Box 241 Ives, C.P., 1960-1962


Box 241 Iwamoto, Joshio [Yoshio], 1960


Box 241 JA-JAF, 1954-1987


Box 241 JAG-JE, 1948-2004


Box 241 JH-JU, 1949-2003


Box 241 Jackson, C.D., 1953-1962


Box 241 Jackson, Henry Sen., 1961-1975


Box 241 Jacobs, Dan Prof., 1960-1992


Box 241 Jacobs, Laura, 1984-2002


Box 241 Jacobs, Norman (Nov. 1977 -, 1977-1993


Box 241 Jacobs, Norman (Jan. 1963 - Oct. 1977), 1957-1987


Box 241 Jacobs, Paul, 1957-1973


Box 241 Jacobson, Peter, 1952-1971


Box 241 Jacobson, Sid, 1960-2007


Box 241 Jacoby, Tamar, 1977-2001


Box 241 Jaefer, George, 2001-2002


Box 241 Jaffe, Harry, 1958-1961


Box 241 Jaffe, Adrian Prof., 1964-1965


Box 241 Jaffe, Jacob, 1960-1969


Box 241 James, Dan (Jan. 1959 -, 1959-1965


Box 241 James, Dan (Jan. 1956 - Dec. 1958), 1956-1958


Box 241 James, Dan (June 1947 - April 1954), 1947-1954


Box 241 Janeway, Elliot, 1950-1954


Box 241 Janeway, Michael, 1960-2006


Box 241 Janos, Leo, 1963-2006


Box 241 Jarrel, Randall, 1960


Box 241 Javits, Jacob, 1962-1980


Box 241 Jelenski, K.A., 1961-1965


Box 241 Jessup, John K., 1951-1966


Box 241 Johansen, Jahn Otto, 1994


Box 241 Johnson, Lyndon, 1964


Box 241 Jolis, Bert, 1947-1957


Box 241 Jonas, Gilbert, 1962-1967


Box 241 Jones, Alfred Winslow, 1963-1969


Box 241 Jones, Peter, 1960


Box 241 Jones, Rance Neely, 1993-1995


Box 241 Jones, Terry, 1979-1980


Box 241 Jorden, William J., 1960


Box 241 Josephson, Ben, 1965-1980


Box 241 Josselson, Michael (Aug. 1959 -, 1959-1971


Box 241 Josselson, Michael (Oct. 1957 - July 1959), 1957-1959


Box 241 Josselson, Michael (June 1956 - Sept. 1957), 1956-1957


Box 241 Josselson, Michael (July 1950 - May 1956), 1950-1956


Box 241 Juodeika, M.L., 1964-1965


Box 241 Judy, Richard, 1961-1966


Box 241 Juhasz, Leslie A., 1960


Box 241 Jumonville, Neil, 1980-1984


Box 241 KA-KAR, 1950-2006



Box 242 KAS-KAZ, 1951-2007



Box 241 KE-KEN, 1958-2005


Box 241 KEO-KIN, 1958-1992



Box 242 KIO-KN, 1958-2005


Box 242 KOC-KORB, 1951-2006


Box 242 KORC-KOZ, 1951-2006


Box 242 KR-KUD, 1960-2006


Box 242 KUE-KZ, 1956-2004


Box 242 Kahn, Herman, 1960-1973


Box 242 Kahn, Lothar, 1976-1987


Box 242 Kalb, Bernard, 1961-1970


Box 242 Kalb, Marvin L., 1959-1978


Box 242 Kamine, Mark, 1987-2007


Box 242 Kanfer, Ethan, 2004-2005


Box 242 Kanfer, Stefan, 1987-2008


Box 242 Kaplan, Harold, 1968-1977


Box 242 Kaplan, Jack (April 1962 - Noc. 1973), 1962-1973


Box 242 Kaplan, Jack (March 1955 - March 1962), 1955-1962


Box 242 Kaplan, Morton M., 1953-2001


Box 242 Karch, John J., 1962


Box 242 Karnet, George Jiri, 1974-1981


Box 242 Karpovitch, Serge; Michael Karpovitch, 1949-1977


Box 242 Kartnycky, Adrian, 1980-1981


Box 242 Kartscher, Friedrich, 1956-1969


Box 242 Kassalow, Everett M., 1951-1961


Box 242 Kassof, Allen, 1961-1962


Box 242 Katel, Jacques, 1963-1965


Box 242 Katz, David, 1977-1979


Box 242 Katz, Elihu Prof., 1960-1962


Box 242 Kaufman, Stanley, 1964-1986


Box 242 Kaufman, Walter Prof., 1960


Box 242 Kaza, Juris, 1977-1990


Box 242 Kazemzadeh, Firuz, 1959-1968


Box 242 Kazin, Alfred, 1948-1970


Box 242 Kazin, Pearl, 1960


Box 242 Keating, Kenneth, 1962-1963


Box 242 Kecskemiti, Paul, 1948-1961


Box 242 Keekman, Steven, 1964-2007


Box 242 Kefauver, Estes, 1953-1962


Box 242 Kekst, Gershon, 1961-1966


Box 242 Kellen, Konrad, 1958-1968


Box 242 Keinon, Herb, 2002


Box 242 Kelvin, Norman, 1960


Box 242 Kenan, Randell, 2003


Box 242 Kenen, Peter B., 1959-2002


Box 242 Kenez, Peter, 1973-2006


Box 242 Keniston, Kenneth, 1961-1970


Box 242 Kennan, George F., 1947-1975


Box 242 Kennedy, Edward, 1969-1979


Box 242 Kennedy, John F., 1957-1962


Box 242 Kennedy, Gail Prof., 1957-1962


Box 242 Kennedy, Robert, 1956-1966


Box 242 Kerensky, Oleg, 1984-1985


Box 242 Kerr, Clark, 1964-1972


Box 242 Kessler, Jascha, 1969-1990


Box 242 Kessler, Richard J., 1987


Box 242 Keyserling, Leon H., 1959-1981


Box 242 Kibel, Alvin, 1960-1961


Box 242 Kihss, Peter, 1960-1963


Box 242 Kilby, Peter, 1958-1960


Box 242 Killingsworth, Mark R., 1966-1969


Box 242 Killpatrick, William H., 1954-1961


Box 242 Kindelberger, Chas. P., 1961


Box 242 King Feature Syndicate, 1969-1971


Box 242 King, Martin Luther Jr., 1963-1996


Box 242 King, Richard, 1972-1983


Box 242 Kingsbury, Read, 1960-1972


Box 242 Kinter, William Co., 1961-1973


Box 242 Kinslov, Samuel, 1960-1963



Box 243 Kirk, Donald (Jan. 1971 -, 1971-2007


Box 243 Kirk, Donald (Nov. 1965 - Nov. 1970), 1965-1987


Box 243 Kirk, George, 1960


Box 243 Kirkpatrick, Jeane, 1958-1963


Box 243 Kirschenbaum, Walter, 1961-1980


Box 243 Kiss, Laszlo T., 1965-1992


Box 243 Kissinger, Henry, 1959-1977


Box 243 Kitman, Marvin (Jan. 1974 -, 1974-2008


Box 243 Kitman, Marvin (Oct. 1961 - Dec. 1973), 1961-1969


Box 243 Klehr, Harvey, 1998-1999


Box 243 Klein, Alexander, 1970


Box 243 Klein, Allen, 1962-1963


Box 243 Klein, Marcus, 1998-1999


Box 243 Klein, Marcus, 1960-1961


Box 243 Kline, George, 1958-1972


Box 243 Klinghoffer, Arthur, 1966-1968


Box 243 Knibb, David G., 1984-1985


Box 243 Knightley, Angelia, 1993-2002


Box 243 Knopf, Alfred, 1965-1970


Box 243 Knox, Melissa, 1995-1996


Box 243 Knauth, Oliver, 1961-1962


Box 243 Knorr, Klaus, 1956-1963


Box 243 Koch, Adrienne, 1950-1962


Box 243 Koe, John, 1960-1961


Box 243 Koestler, Arthur, 1947-1961


Box 243 Kohlberg, Alfred, 1953-1960


Box 243 Kohler, Foy, 1948-1968


Box 243 Kohn, Hans (Sept. 1948 - Aug. 1955), 1948-1955


Box 243 Komisar, Lucy, 1976-2007


Box 243 Konvitz, Milton (Jan. 1958 - Mar 2000), 1958-2000


Box 243 Konvitz, Milton (May 1952 - Dec. 1957), 1952-1998


Box 243 Korakas, Manolis, 1956-1962


Box 243 Koretz, Harold, 1962, 1989


Box 243 Korey, William, 1963-1994


Box 243 Kostelanetz, Richard, 1963-1995


Box 243 Kostich, Dragos D., 1960


Box 243 Kraar, Louis, 1969-1971


Box 243 Kraft, Joseph, 1958-1975


Box 243 Kramer, David, 1999-2000


Box 243 Kramer, Hilton, 1961-2006


Box 243 Kreisky, Bruno Dr., 1961


Box 243 Krickus, Richard, 1962-1971


Box 243 Krisher, Bernard, 1998-1963


Box 243 Kristol, Irving (May 1958 - Feb 2010), 1958-2010


Box 243 Kristol, Irving (May 1950 - April 1958), 1950-1958


Box 243 Kronish, Sidney, 1960-1961


Box 243 Krutch, Joseph Wood, 1950-1967


Box 243 Krygier, Richard (April 1958 - Mar 1969), 1958-1969


Box 243 Krygier, Richard (July 1946 - March 1958), 1951-1958


Box 243 Kugler, Israel, 1962-2005


Box 243 Kuh, Richard, 1972-1976


Box 243 Kuhn, James Prof., 1957-1973


Box 243 Kulman, Linda, 1993


Box 243 Kulski, W.W. Prof., 1961


Box 243 Kultura (Attn: Mr. Jerzy Giedrayo), 1964-1965


Box 243 Kululandis, Elias, 1963



Box 244 Kutler, Stanley, 1961-1962


Box 244 Kweskin, Sam, 1962-1992


Box 244 Kwitney, Jonathan, 1966-1996


Box 244 Kyle, J. Keitch, 1961-1962


Box 244 L-LAN, 1956-1999


Box 244 LAO-LAZ, 1948-1993


Box 244 LEA-LEG, 1960-2007


Box 244 LEH-LEVIA, 1951-2007


Box 244 LEVIS-LEW, 1957-2007


Box 244 LEX-LINDE, 1956-2006


Box 244 LOS-LZ, 1950-2004


Box 244 Labedzi, Leo, 1961-1974


Box 244 Ladanny, L. Father [La Dany], 1958-1961


Box 244 Laird, Roy D., 1961-1963


Box 244 Lakoff, Sanford, 1994-2006


Box 244 Lamb, Richard, 2000-2001


Box 244 Lamont, Corliss, 1951-1963


Box 244 Land, Thomas, 1970-2001


Box 244 Landauer, Carl Prof., 1954-1979


Box 244 Langfur, Hal, 1988-1989


Box 244 Lanzillotti, G.M., 1960


Box 244 Laqueur, Walter (Mar 1960 - Feb 1975) [Pen name: Mark Alexander], 1960-2006


Box 244 Laqueur, Walter (Jan 1959 - Feb 1960) [Pen name: Mark Alexander], 1959-1960


Box 244 Laqueur, Walter (Feb 1953 - Dec 1958) [Pen name: Mark Alexander], 1952-1958


Box 244 Larner, Jeremy, 1960-1964


Box 244 Lash, Joseph, 1960-1983


Box 244 Lasky, Melvin (Jan 1955 - Jan 2009), 1955-2009


Box 244 Lasky, Melvin (Dec.1952 - Dec. 1954), 1952-1954


Box 244 Lasser, William, 2004


Box 244 Laughlin, James, 1960


Box 244 Laukhuff, Perry, 1960-1961


Box 244 Lausche, Frank J., 1963-1966


Box 244 Lauter, Beatrice, 1960-1961


Box 244 Lauter, Paul, 1958-1961


Box 244 Lazitch, Branko, 1961


Box 244 League for Industrial Democracy, 1965-1983


Box 244 Leahey, Sharleen, 1991-1996


Box 244 Leamer, Laurence, 1968-1969


Box 244 Leavitt, Helen, 1977-1978


Box 244 LeBlanc, Andre, 1967-1977


Box 244 Lee, Henry, 1967-1982


Box 244 Lefever, Ernest W., 1962


Box 244 Lehrman, Hal, 1949-1974


Box 244 Lehman, Herbert, 1949-1957


Box 244 Leibowitz, Herbert, 1964-1973


Box 244 Leichty, Mary, 1961


Box 244 Leiter, Robert, 1981-2007


Box 244 Lekachman, Robert (inflation issue), 1971


Box 244 Lekachman, Robert (vouchers & pub. Educ.), 1971-1972


Box 244 Lekachman, Robert (financing public ed. 9/18/72), 1972


Box 244 Lekachman, Robert (June 1981 -, 1981-1990


Box 244 Lekachman, Robert (corresp. Jan 1969 - April 81), 1969-1998


Box 244 Lekachman, Robert (corrs. Jan. 1956 - Dec. 1968), 1956-1968


Box 244 Lelyveld, Joseph, 1960-2007


Box 244 Lemoyne, James, 1992-1993


Box 244 Lenkowsky, Leslie, 1972-1976



Box 245 Leonard, Frank, 1966-1967


Box 245 Lerner, Abba, 1948-1971


Box 245 Lerner, Daniel Prof., 1952-1965


Box 245 Lerner, Max, 1962-1975


Box 245 Lester, Richard Prof., 1960-1962


Box 245 Letters to the editor, 1984


Box 245 Leuchtenberg, Mathew Judge [Matthew M. Levy], 1971-1975


Box 245 Leuchtenberg, Wm, 1948-2005


Box 245 Lists, 1960-1964, undated


Box 245 Levenson, J.R. Prof, 1959-1960


Box 245 Leviant, Curt, 1968-1977


Box 245 Levin, Nora, 1971


Box 245 Levine, Carl, 1960-1965


Box 245 Levine, Edward, 1985


Box 245 Levine, Herbert, 1959-1963


Box 245 Levine, Robert A., 1962-1965


Box 245 Levinson, Marc, 1984-1993


Box 245 Levitas, Michael, 1965-2007


Box 245 Levitas, S.M. [clippings, obits, photos], 1960-1961


Box 245 Levy, Noah, 1993-1995


Box 245 Lewis, Alfred Baker, 1953-1978


Box 245 Lewis, Anthony, 1963-1973


Box 245 Lewis, Max, 1960-1973


Box 245 Lewis, Robert, 1961


Box 245 L'Expresso Rome, Italy, 1966


Box 245 Li, Shih, 1960


Box 245 Lichtheim, George, 1952-1961


Box 245 Lieber, Robert, 1968-1969


Box 245 Liebman, Marvin, 1958-1962


Box 245 Limb, Ben C., 1954-1958


Box 245 Limbach, Emil, 1953-1959


Box 245 Lincoln, C. Eric, 1963


Box 245 Lincoln, Jay, 1993-2005


Box 245 Lind, Michael, 1997-2002


Box 245 Lindblom, Charles, 1959-1960


Box 245 Lindsay, John V., 1966-1973


Box 245 Lindsay, Frank, 1951-1962


Box 245 Lineberry, William, 1963-1974


Box 245 Lippman, Sydney Coffin, 1977-1997


Box 245 Lippman, Walter, 1960-1962


Box 245 Lipset, David, 1975-1980


Box 245 Lipset, Seymour M. Prof., 1959-1981


Box 245 Lipski, Sam, 1972-1976


Box 245 Lists of names, 1991


Box 245 Littell, Robert, 1965


Box 245 Lockwood, William W., 1960


Box 245 Lofton, John, 1960-1962


Box 245 Lomax, Louis, 1963


Box 245 London, Herbert, 1977-1981


Box 245 Long, Russell B., 1963-1973


Box 245 Lopex, Robert, 1961



Box 246 Lorentzen, Christian, 2003-2007


Box 246 Lottman, Herbert, 1963-1965


Box 246 Love, Kenneth, 1960-1962


Box 246 Lowe, Donald M., 1959-1966


Box 246 Lowell, Frederick, 1962


Box 246 Lowenthal, David Prof., 1961-1963


Box 246 Lowenthal, Richard, 1955-1974


Box 246 Lubalin, Herbert, 1961-1989


Box 246 Lubell, Harold, 1958-1960


Box 246 Lucas, Walter, 1961-1964


Box 246 Luce, Henry (June 1955 - March 1963), 1955-1963


Box 246 Luce, Henry (Dec. 1945 - May 1955), 1945-1954


Box 246 Lundberg, Ferdinand, 1952-1964


Box 246 Lupis, Giuseppe, 1953-1959


Box 246 Lyndberg, John, 1962-1963


Box 246 Lyle, David, 1965-1966


Box 246 Lyons, Eugene (Lattimore mailing), 1950-1951


Box 246 Lyons, Eugene (correspondence), 1948-1967


Box 246 MC-MCC, 1952-1989


Box 246 MCD-MCZ, 1948-2007


Box 246 MA-MALL, 1952-2007


Box 246 MALM-MARC, 1952-2003


Box 246 MARD-MARZ, 1947-2005


Box 246 MAS-MEE, 1952-2007


Box 246 MEF-MEN, 1954-2004


Box 246 MEO-MEZ, 1947-1983


Box 246 MF-MILL, 1953-2004


Box 246 MILM-MOL [some Levitas-in-Italy correspondence], 1952-2007


Box 246 MOM-MOO, 1953-1998


Box 246 MOP-MUE, 1955-2008


Box 246 MUF-MZ, 1953-1999


Box 246 MacAndrew, Andrew, 1959-1960


Box 246 MacFargular, Roderick, 1958-1965


Box 246 MacIver, R.M., 1945-1959


Box 246 Macmillan Company, 1959-1963


Box 246 Madrariaga, Salvador de, 1951-1962


Box 246 Magrath, Peter C. Prof., 1961-1962


Box 246 Malin, Irving, 1960-1964


Box 246 Malonis, Tina, 1984-1985


Box 246 Malpede, Karen, 1970-1971


Box 246 Malraux, Andre, 1947-1948


Box 246 Mandel, Benjamin, 1941-1962



Box 247 Mander, John, 1962-1973


Box 247 Mandelbaum, Michael, 1974-1981


Box 247 Manguard, David, 1961-1962


Box 247 Mankiewicz, Frank, 1961-1967


Box 247 Mann, Arthur, 1955-1960


Box 247 Mann, Roger, 1976-1977


Box 247 Mann, Thomas, 1939-1949


Box 247 Mansfield, Mike, 1960-1973


Box 247 Manus, Willard, 1960


Box 247 Marchant, Roberto, 1958-1963


Box 247 Marcum, John, 1958-1962


Box 247 Marcus, J. Anthony, 1954-1960


Box 247 Markmann, Charles Lam, 1974-1975



Box 245 Margolis, Richard (correspondence), 1967-1999


Box 245 Margolis, Richard (coop issue and correspondence, 1969-1972


Box 245 Margolis, Richard (where does it hurt issue), 1974


Box 245 Marks, Terry, 2002-2003


Box 245 Maron, Stanley, 1959-1964


Box 245 Marseille, Walter Dr., 1948-1962


Box 245 Marshall, S.L.A., 1960-1973


Box 245 Marshall, Chas. B., 1959-1968


Box 245 Martin, A.V., 1964-1975


Box 245 Martinetti, Ronald, 1967-2007


Box 245 Marx, Paul, 1969-1984


Box 245 Masani, Minoo, 1952-1959


Box 245 Mashek, Joseph, 1986-1989


Box 245 Mason, Edward S., 1954-1963


Box 245 Mason, Valerie, 1982-1983


Box 245 Masters, Roger D., 1963-1988


Box 245 Mastny, Vojtech, 1970-1999


Box 245 Mathewson, Ruth, 1975-1989


Box 245 Mathewson, Rufus, 1959-1961


Box 245 May, Ronald W., 1957-1958


Box 245 Mayer, P.M., 1962-1963


Box 245 Mayers, Henry, 1960-1965


Box 245 Mazur, Jay, 1979-1987



Box 248 Mboya, Tom, 1959-1963


Box 248 McCabe, Robert, 1963


Box 248 McCarthy, Eugene, 1964-1965


Box 248 McCarthy, John P., 1959-1985


Box 248 McClosky, Herbert Prof., 1954-1960


Box 248 McCord, William, 1962-1984


Box 248 McDonald, Dwight, 1949-1965


Box 248 McDowell, Arthur (March 1959 - January 1965), 1959-1965


Box 248 McDowell, Arthur (January 1956 - February 1959), 1956-1959


Box 248 McDowell, Edwin, 1960-1972


Box 248 McElroy, Joseph, 1967


Box 248 McFadden, Cyra, 1973-1977


Box 248 McGovern, Beth, 1988


Box 248 McGovern, George, 1965-1976


Box 248 McGraw-Hill Pub., 1965-1971


Box 248 McKitrick, Eric, 1958-1960


Box 248 McNamara, Robert S., 1962-1973


Box 248 Mead, Margaret, 1960-1962


Box 248 Mecklin, John M., 1966-1967


Box 248 Meglin, Nick, 1975-1989


Box 248 Megrath, Josie, 1979-1983


Box 248 Meintjies, Jane, 1968


Box 248 Meissner, Boris, 1955-1961


Box 248 Melia, Thomas O., 1988


Box 248 Mellow, James, 1962-1995


Box 248 Mendelson, Wallace, 1961-1967


Box 248 Meng, Ann, 1978-1982


Box 248 Menges, Constantine C., 1968-1980


Box 248 Menon, B.P., 1971-1977


Box 248 Merkin, Daphne, 1977-2007


Box 248 Methvin, Eugene, 1966-1968


Box 248 Metzger, Walter, 1959-1960


Box 248 Meyer, Eugene L., 1954-1975


Box 248 Meyer, Karl E., 1959-2005


Box 248 Meyers, Lou, 1962-1974


Box 248 Michael, Franz, 1959-1962


Box 248 Michnik, Adam, 1986-1987


Box 248 Mierwyk, William H., 1962


Box 248 Mihajlov, Mihajlo, 1982-2007


Box 248 Mihajlov, Mihajlo (correspondence July 1966 - March 1981), 1966-1981


Box 248 Mihajlov, Mihajlo (correspondence Oct. 1965 - June 1966), 1965-1966


Box 248 Mihajlov, Mihajlo (correspondence June 1965 - Sept. 1965), 1965


Box 248 Mihajlov, Mihajlo (publicity--newspapers, mag.), 1965-1979


Box 248 Mihajlov, Mihajlo (articles and excerpts 1967-1980_, 1967-1980


Box 248 Mihajlov, Mihajlo (articles and excerpts 1964-1966, 1964-1966


Box 248 Mihajlov, Mihajlo (Moscow summer), 1965-1967


Box 248 Milk, Richard, 1962


Box 248 Miller, Aaron, 1964-1968


Box 248 Miller, Arthur, 1956-1977


Box 248 Miller, George, 1987-1993


Box 248 Miller, S.M., 1961


Box 248 Mills, Nicolaus, 1971-1973


Box 248 Mirsky, Yehudah, 1988-2006


Box 248 Miscellaneous, 1972


Box 248 Mitgang, Herbert, 1960



Box 249 Moe, Finn, 1953-1961


Box 249 Mollison, Andrew, 1979-1997


Box 249 Mondale, William, 1969-1973


Box 249 Monocle, 1962-1968


Box 249 Moran, Michael, 1991-1992


Box 249 Morawska, Ewa, 1982-1983


Box 249 Morgan, Edward P., 1960-1967


Box 249 Morgan, Richard Prof., 1962-1977


Box 249 Morgenbesser, Sidney, 1958-1973


Box 249 Morgenstern, Oscar, 1959-1961


Box 249 Morganthau, Hans, 1956-1980


Box 249 Morrison, Herbert, 1945-1962


Box 249 Morrone, John, 1989-1990


Box 249 Morrow, Felix, 1963-1981


Box 249 Morita, James R., 1960


Box 249 Morris, James, 1954-1960


Box 249 Morris, Jonas, 1983


Box 249 Morris, Robert, 1951-1956


Box 249 Morrow, Lance, 1999


Box 249 Morse, Wayne, 1947-1967


Box 249 Morton, Brian, 1993-1998


Box 249 Morton, Henry W., 1960-1963


Box 249 Morton, Louis, 1960-1962


Box 249 Mosley, Philip, 1954-1963


Box 249 Motyl, Alexander, 1978-1987


Box 249 Moving expenses [maintenance invoices], 1982-1999


Box 249 Mower, Richard, 1954-1961


Box 249 Mowrer, Edgar A., 1946-1984


Box 249 Moynihan, Daniel P., 1967-1989


Box 249 Muhlen, Norbert, 1953-1964


Box 249 Mulholland, Daniel, 1963-1964


Box 249 Mullen, H.J., 1948-1959


Box 249 Muller, Marion, 1978-1979


Box 249 Muravchick, Josh (Coalition for a Democ. Maj.), 1974-1975


Box 249 Munitz, Milton Prof., 1959-1961


Box 249 Murdock, George P., 1960


Box 249 Murphy, Raymond, 1946-1959


Box 249 Murray, Albert, 1964-1969


Box 249 Murray, William, 1961-1963


Box 249 Murrow, Edward, 1961-1962


Box 249 N-NAT, 1955-1994


Box 249 NAV-NEV, 1954-2004


Box 249 NEW-NIS, 1956-2004


Box 249 NIT-NZ, 1954-2007


Box 249 NAACP, 1963-1979


Box 249 Nadler, Alan, 2004


Box 249 Naftalis, Gary, 1976-1996


Box 249 Nagel, Ernest, 1943-1959


Box 249 Navasky, Victor, 1964-1986


Box 249 Nano, F.C., 1962


Box 249 Naoi-Takeo (1960s), 1960-1962


Box 249 Naoi-Takeo (1950s), 1952-1959


Box 249 Nash, Michael - Tamiment Lib., 2004-2006


Box 249 National Democratic Convention, 1992


Box 249 National Forum Foundation (empty folder)


Box 249 Negron, Bill, 1971-1991


Box 249 Neilan, Edward, 1957-1963


Box 249 Nemerov, Howard, 1961-1988



Box 250 Netboy, Anthony, 1953-1967


Box 250 Neufeld, Alice, 1985-1987


Box 250 Nevins, Allan, 1954-1969


Box 250 New Leader Articles [clippings], 1978-1987


Box 250 New Leader [legal; bills; correspondence], 1979-2004


Box 250 New Leader future, 2005-2006


Box 250 Newlin, Dika, 1964-2006


Box 250 New Statesman, 1958-1964


Box 250 Nicolaevsky, Boris, 1960-1965


Box 250 Niebur, Reinhold (April 1962 - January 1972), 1962-1971


Box 250 Niebur, Reinhold (January 1958 - March 1962), 1957-1962


Box 250 Niebur, Reinhold (February 1941 - December 1957), 1941-1957


Box 250 Nisbet, Robert, 1978


Box 250 Noftalis, Gary, 1975-1977


Box 250 Nielsen, Waldemar, 1957-1973


Box 250 Noah, Robert, 1960


Box 250 Nobushima, Eiichi, 1961


Box 250 Nomad, Max, 1940-1966


Box 250 Nolte, Richard, 1963-1978


Box 250 Noorani, A.J., 1979-1980


Box 250 Nordlinger, Stephen, 1975


Box 250 Norton, Augustus R., 1982-1989


Box 250 Novik, M.S., 1960-1991


Box 250 O-OL, 1944-1999


Box 250 OM-ORO, 1955-1989


Box 250 Oak, Liston, 1957-1970


Box 250 Oestergren, P.J., 1960


Box 250 Oka, Takashi, 1961-1966


Box 250 Olberg, Paul, 1956-1958


Box 250 Oliver, Robert, 1952-1957


Box 250 Oltmans, William L. [Willem], 1960


Box 250 O'Neal, James, 1940-149


Box 250 O'Neill, William, 1983-2007


Box 250 Opinion Archives


Box 250 Opotowsky, Stan, 1960


Box 250 Oppenheimer, Paul, 1994-2006


Box 250 Oppenheimer, Robert Dr., 1959-1962


Box 250 Oren, Nissan Dr., 1960


Box 250 Oren, Stephen Dr., 1972-1976


Box 250 Orlando Committee, 1954-1955


Box 250 O'Rourke, Paige, 1988


Box 250 Orwell, George, 1949, 1967


Box 250 Oshinsky, David, 1971-2006


Box 250 Otto, Max C., 1942-1953


Box 250 Overseas Press Club of America, 1950-1962


Box 250 Owens, John E. Prof., 1953-1992


Box 250 Ozick, Cynthia, 1961-2007


Box 250 PA-PAP, 1960-2004


Box 250 PAR-PEK, 1950-2004



Box 251 PEL-PER, 1954-2006


Box 251 PES-PH, 1949-1997


Box 251 PI-PIM, 1953-2002


Box 251 PIN-POLIC, 1953-2005


Box 251 POLIE-POR, 1955-1986


Box 251 POS-PRIE, 1951-2006


Box 251 PRIF-PZ, 1954-1997


Box 251 Pace, Eric, 1960-1979


Box 251 Packer, Earl, 1960


Box 251 Padover, Saul, 1961-1962


Box 251 Pages, Pedro, 1947-1960


Box 251 Painton, Patricia H., 1989


Box 251 PAIS, 1996-1997


Box 251 Palmer, Norman, 1958-1962


Box 251 Palmer, Paul, 1946-1955


Box 251 Panoramas (Alba, Victor), 1961-1965


Box 251 Papke, David R., 1969-1978


Box 251 Parmet, Herbert, 1982-2006


Box 251 Parnet, Peter, 1961-1962


Box 251 Parry, Albert, 1946-1979


Box 251 Passin, Herbert, 1953-1964


Box 251 Paul, Arthur E., 1989


Box 251 Pazos, Felipe, 1961


Box 251 Peatross, Paula, 1981-1982


Box 251 Peckolick, Alan, 1985-2007


Box 251 Pelling, Henry, 1958-1962


Box 251 Pepper, Claude Sen., undated


Box 251 Perlmutter, Nathan, 1953-1965


Box 251 Peterson, Virginia (Hicks, Elizabeth), 1962


Box 251 Peterson, William, 1958-1965


Box 251 Pettingell, Phoebe, 1970-2008


Box 251 Philip, Andre, 1956-1970


Box 251 A. Philip Randolph Instit., 1960-1987


Box 251 Phillips, Morgan, 1950-1958


Box 251 Piore, Emanuel and Nora Kahn, 1960-1975


Box 251 Pimsleur, Joel L., 1958-1959


Box 251 Pipes, Daniel, 1979-1990


Box 251 Pipes, Richard, 1951-2005


Box 251 Pistrak, Lazar, 1956-1959


Box 251 Pitsinki, Kaaslo, 1958-1960


Box 251 Ploss, S., 1960-1972


Box 251 Poggioli, Sylvia, 1997


Box 251 Polanyi, Michael, 1953-1961


Box 251 Police Department, 1977-1982


Box 251 Pond, Elizabeth, 1962-1965


Box 251 Pope, Quentin, 1960-1961


Box 251 Popkin, Henry, 1963-1973


Box 251 Poppe, Nicholas, 1956


Box 251 Porter, Paul, 1953-1974


Box 251 Possony, Stefon T., 1949-1958


Box 251 Postal, 1998


Box 251 Postal, Bernard, 1962-1963


Box 251 Poster, Constance, 1960


Box 251 Potter, Bonnie, 1975-1976


Box 251 Potter, David Prof., 1963


Box 251 Potok, Joan, 1962-1963


Box 251 Powell, David, 1999-2000


Box 251 Praeger, Frederick, 1959-1961



Box 252 Printing estimates, 1968-1986


Box 252 Procope, Hjalmar, 1948-1954


Box 252 Progressive Mag., 1949-1960


Box 252 Proquest, 2003-2007


Box 252 Public service, 1965


Box 252 Purvis, Nigel, 1996


Box 252 Pusta, Kaarel, 1953-1961


Box 252 Putzrath, Heinz, 1957-1960


Box 252 Pye, Lucian W. Prof, 1958-1962


Box 252 Q, 1963-1999


Box 252 Quillin, Mike, 1999-2000


Box 252 Quinn, Theodore K., 1953-1961


Box 252 RA-RAL, 1953-1997


Box 252 RAM-RAR, 1957-1999


Box 252 RAS-RAY, 1954-2006


Box 252 REA-REH, 1952-1994


Box 252 REI-REY, 1960-2006


Box 252 RH-RIV, 1953-2006


Box 252 ROA-ROD, 1955-2005


Box 252 ROE-ROM, 1954-2005


Box 252 ROO-ROSE, 1949-2007


Box 252 ROSH-ROW, 1950-2004


Box 252 RU-RUD, 1955-1998


Box 252 RUE-RYN, 1953-2004


Box 252 Ra'anan, Uri, 1955-1984


Box 252 Rabinovitch, Abraham, 2004-2008


Box 252 Rabinowitch, Eugene, 1953-1963


Box 252 Raditsa, Bodgan, 1947-1967


Box 252 Raditsa, Leo, 1971-1978


Box 252 Raeff, Marc Prof., 1961-1962


Box 252 Raman, Pattabhi N., 1963-1964


Box 252 Ramet, Pedro, 1980-1982


Box 252 Ramparts Magazine, 1964-1973


Box 252 Random House, 1959-1965


Box 252 Ransom, Harry Howe, 1961


Box 252 Raskin, A.H., 1960-1988


Box 252 Ratiff, William, 1968-1972


Box 252 Raum, Joseph, 1952-1967


Box 252 Ravitch, Diane, 1962-2006


Box 252 Raynor, Vivian, 1972-1981


Box 252 Read, Thornton, 1961


Box 252 Reader's Guide, 1964-1977


Box 252 Reader's Digest, 1951-1971


Box 252 Redding, Saunders, 1960-1968


Box 252 Reich, Rebecca, 2003-2005


Box 252 Reich, Tova, 1993-2008


Box 252 Reilly, Lawrence (Lutheran Research Society), 1949-1951



Box 253 Reitman, Alan, 1950-1961


Box 253 Renfield Foundation, 1967-1981


Box 253 Reppin, Sylvia, 1978


Box 253 Republican National Convention, 1988-2004


Box 253 Reston, James, 1953-1967


Box 253 Reuss, Henry, 1958-1971


Box 253 Reuther, Walter, 1957-1970


Box 253 Rich, Jacob, 1954-1986


Box 253 Richler, Mordechai, 1968-1971


Box 253 Rieff, Philip, 1952-1962


Box 253 Riesman, David, 1954-1997


Box 253 Ritner, Peter, 1961-1964


Box 253 Ritvo, Herbert, 1960-1964


Box 253 Roberts, Steven & Cokie, 1966-2006


Box 253 Robertson, Priscilla, 1954-1985


Box 253 Roche, John Prof., 1948-1994


Box 253 Rockefeller Bros. Fund, 1956-1973


Box 253 Roditi, Edourard, 1962-1969


Box 253 Rodman, Seldon, 1961-2001


Box 253 Rodney, William, 1962


Box 253 Rodwin, Lloyd Prof., 1961-1962


Box 253 Rogers, Joel, 2003


Box 253 Rogoff, Gordon, 1963-1964


Box 253 Rophie, Anne R., 1967-1997


Box 253 Romano, John, 1979-1991


Box 253 Romer, Sam, 1953-1965


Box 253 Romualdi, Serafino, 1948-1961


Box 253 Roosevelt, Franklin D. [and Eleanor], 1940-1954


Box 253 Rorty, James, 1947-1973


Box 253 Rorty, Richard, 1988-2007


Box 253 Rosen, Robert, 1976-1990


Box 253 Rosenberg, John D., 1964-1968


Box 253 Rosenfeld, Alvin, 1998-2007


Box 253 Rosenfeld, Gavriel, 2002-2005


Box 253 Rosenthal, A.M., 1961-1978


Box 253 Rosenthal, Raymond, 1963-1977


Box 253 Rosten, Leo, 1962-1972


Box 253 Roshco, Bernard, 1960


Box 253 Ross, Irwin, 1960-1997


Box 253 Ross, Ralph G. Prof., 1955-1965


Box 253 Rossiter, Clinton, 1955-1961


Box 253 Rostow, Eugene V. Prof., 1953-1992


Box 253 Rostow, Walter, 1953-1967


Box 253 Rothberg, Abraham (including Russian series), 1960-1971


Box 253 Rothman, Stanley, 1960-1965


Box 253 Rovere, Richard, 1961-1964


Box 253 Rowe, David Prof., 1952-1960


Box 253 Roy, Ralph Lord, 1954-1964


Box 253 Rozenbes, O., 1959-1993


Box 253 Rubinow, Ray, 1965-1973


Box 253 Rubenstein, Alvin Z., 1958-1975


Box 253 Rubenstein, Aryeh, 1962


Box 253 Rustow, Dankwart A., 1968-1974


Box 253 Rumney, Michael, 1958-1961


Box 253 Rush, Myron, 1958-1983


Box 253 Russell, Bertram, 1947-1970


Box 253 Rustin, Bayard, 1965-1987


Box 253 Ruttenberg, Stanley, 1959-1961


Box 253 Ryan, Michael, 2006-2007


Box 253 SA-SAY, 1957-2005


Box 253 SBA-SCHA, 1960-2006


Box 253 SCHB-SCHN, 1953-2006


Box 253 SCHO-SCHW, 1959-2004



Box 254 SCI-SEG, 1957-2007


Box 254 SF-SHA, 1958-1996


Box 254 SHB-SHU, 1951-2006


Box 254 SI-SIM, 1952-2006


Box 254 SIN-SMI, 1949-2001


Box 254 SN-SON, 1956-2005


Box 254 SOP-SR, 1950-2005


Box 254 ST-STEI, 1959-2003


Box 254 STEK-STO, 1957-2005


Box 254 STR-SZN, 1957-2007


Box 254 Sabavala, S.A., 1959-1963


Box 254 Sacks, Prof. I. Milton, 1957-1967


Box 254 Sale, J. Kirk, 1960-1966


Box 254 Salisbury, Harrison E., 1962-1976


Box 254 Sakharov Hearings, 1979


Box 254 Salomone, William, 1961


Box 254 Salpeter, Eliahu, 1963-2006


Box 254 Samuels, Gertrude, 1960-2003


Box 254 Samuelson, Prof. Paul, 1961-1962


Box 254 Sandburg, Carl, 1949-1962


Box 254 Sander, Sol, 1958-1967


Box 254 Sandoz, Robert, 1967-1968


Box 254 Sandy, Stephen, 2004-2006


Box 254 Saragat, Giuseppe, 1947-1961


Box 254 Saturday Evening Post, 1947-1966


Box 254 Sauvage, Leo, 1961-1980


Box 254 Saxe, David B., 1976


Box 254 Sayre, Prof. Wallace, 1960-1962



Box 255 Schachter, Hindy L., 1975-1977


Box 255 Schapiro, Salwyn J., 1960-1962


Box 255 Schapiro, Leonard, 1960-1961


Box 255 Schary, Dore, 1960-1961


Box 255 Schechner, Mark, 1998


Box 255 Shell, Ernest H., 1978-1981


Box 255 Schelling, Thomas, 1961-1963


Box 255 Scherman, Harry, 1947-1971


Box 255 Schieffer, Robert, 1975-2006


Box 255 Schleimann, Jorgen, 1958-1967


Box 255 Schlesinger, Arthur Jr., 1946-2007


Box 255 Schnabel, Oscar, 1950-1961


Box 255 Schnakenberg, Julia, 1984-1985


Box 255 Schneider, Alan, 1961-1963


Box 255 Schorr, Daniel, 1958-2008


Box 255 Schrag, Peter, 1961-1963


Box 255 Schulz, Heinrich, 1961


Box 255 Schurmann, Prof. H.F., 1961-1963


Box 255 Schwartz, Lynne Sharon, 2000-2008


Box 255 Schwartz, Prof. Benjamin, 1959-1962


Box 255 Schwartz, Prof. Bernard, 1961


Box 255 Schwartz, Eugene, 1961-1962


Box 255 Schwartzchild, Henry, 1965-1986


Box 255 Schwarz, John E., 1983-1985


Box 255 Schwarz, Walter, 1962


Box 255 Schweitzer, Louis, 1960


Box 255 Scott, John, 1957-1960


Box 255 Scott, Robert Haney, 1960-1963


Box 255 Seabury, Paul, 1972-1974


Box 255 Sears, Richard, 1960-1961


Box 255 Sedgwick, A.C., 1950-1971


Box 255 Seeley, John R., 1961-1992


Box 255 Segal, Harvey, 1971-1993


Box 255 Seidensticker, Edward, 1960-1972


Box 255 Selic, Momcilo, 1983-1989


Box 255 Selkirk, Neil, 1993-1999


Box 255 Seligman, Ben, 1958-1966


Box 255 Sender, Ramone, 1958, 1960


Box 255 Senigallia, Silvio F., 1957-1993


Box 255 Senior, Clarence, 1957-1961


Box 255 Seton-Watson, H. Prof., 1957-1961


Box 255 Seymour, Christopher, 1991-1992


Box 255 Shahani, Ranjee, 1963-1964


Box 255 Shanker, Albert, 1970-1997


Box 255 Shannon, David Prof. [Donald R. Shanor], 1963-2004


Box 255 Shanor, Donald, 1981-2007


Box 255 Shapiro, Arthur M., 1985-2007


Box 255 Shapiro, Harvey D., 1957-2006


Box 255 Shapiro, Nathan, 1960-1961


Box 255 Shargel, Raphael, 1997-2007


Box 255 Shaw, Bruno, 1960-1977


Box 255 Shechner, Mark, 1999-2000


Box 255 Sheen, Fulton J., 1945-1961


Box 255 Sheffer, Isaiah, 1967


Box 255 Sheppard, Ron, 2002-2003


Box 255 Sherman, A. [Alfred], 1957-1963


Box 255 Sherman, George, 1961-1962


Box 255 Shils, Edward Prof., 1956-1962


Box 255 Shore, Robert, 1974-1989


Box 255 Shorris, Earl, 1993-2007


Box 255 Shorter, Kingsley, 1969-1974


Box 255 Shteir, Rachel, 1997-1998


Box 255 Shub, Anatole, 1950-2006


Box 255 Shulman, Marshall, 1960-2007


Box 255 Shuster, George Dr., 1946-1971


Box 255 Siegel, Jean, 1989



Box 256 Siegel, Lee, 1989


Box 256 Sigmund, Paul, 1960-1983


Box 256 Silk, Leonard, 1990-1993


Box 256 Silone, Ignazio, 1956-1979


Box 256 Silver, Isidore Prof., 1965-1975


Box 256 Silverberg, S. Dr., 1962-1975


Box 256 Simon, John, 1960-2006


Box 256 Sinclair, Upton, 1946-1959


Box 256 Singer, David, 1973-2002


Box 256 Singer, Isaac B., 1966


Box 256 Singer, Saul, 2002


Box 256 Sington, Derrick, 1960


Box 256 Sleeper, Jim, 1994-2000


Box 256 Sloan, Jacob, 1960-1963


Box 256 Slonin, Marc Prof., 1958-1961


Box 256 Slote, Jessica, 1986-1989


Box 256 Smith, Lillian, 1944-1952


Box 256 Smith, Russell, 1961


Box 256 Smith, Sarah, 2001-2007


Box 256 Snyder, Louis C. Prof., 1960


Box 256 Social Democrats, 1973-1992


Box 256 Social Security, 1998


Box 256 Sokolsky, Wallace, 1960


Box 256 Solchankyk, Roman, 1979-1981


Box 256 Solovyov, Vladimir, 1979-1981


Box 256 Sonenclar, Kenneth R., 1993-1994


Box 256 Sosin, Gene, 1965-2008


Box 256 Souvarine, Boris, 1948-1962


Box 256 Soviet Survey, 1962-1968


Box 256 Sparkman, John Hon., 1963-1967


Box 256 Sparks, Philip, 1969-1974


Box 256 Sparks, Will, 1963-1964


Box 256 The Spectator, 1961-1964


Box 256 Spencer, Rolf, 1963-1966


Box 256 Sperpel, Manes, 1950-1963


Box 256 Spiro, Herbert J. Prof, 1963


Box 256 Spiro, Melford E., 1960


Box 256 Spitzberg, Irving Jr., 1973-1976


Box 256 Starbuck, Kathy, 1974-1977


Box 256 Starbuck, Polly, 1961


Box 256 Stark, Sidney, 1960-1987


Box 256 Starobin, Jospeh, 1957-1967


Box 256 Starr, Richard Prof., 1960-1962


Box 256 Starr, Roger, 1968-2000


Box 256 Special Issue Housing - Starr, 1974


Box 256 Steel, Ronald, 1960-1974


Box 256 Stein, Sol, 1959-1990


Box 256 Steiner & Assoc., 1968-1981


Box 256 Steiner, Stan, 1965


Box 256 Stepancheu, Stephen, 1965-1969


Box 256 Sterling Lord Agency, 1963-1965


Box 256 Stern, Fredrick, 1961-1975


Box 256 Stern, Robert, 1966-1967


Box 256 Stevens, Elizabeth, 1963-1969


Box 256 Stevenson, Adlai, 1949-1973


Box 256 Storey, Walter, 1960-1963


Box 256 Storing, James A. Prof., 1960-1961


Box 256 Strausz-Hupe, Robert, 1945-1969


Box 256 Stuart, Peter, 1978-1979


Box 256 Sturmthal, Adolf, 1972-1986


Box 256 Struve, Gleb, 1948-1965


Box 256 Subscriptions, 1977-2006



Box 257 Stuhlmann, Gunther, 1959-1968


Box 257 Sullivan, Arthur F., 1961


Box 257 Sutherland, Donald, 1964-1968


Box 257 Swazey, Harold, 1960


Box 257 Symington, Stuart, 1953-1970


Box 257 Swearingen, Rodger, 1962


Box 257 Sykes, Gerald, 1960


Box 257 Szilard, Leo, 1961-1962


Box 257 Szulc, Tad, 1954-1968


Box 257 T-TE, 1950-2003


Box 257 TH-TI, 1952-2007


Box 257 TO-TZ, 1954-2006


Box 257 Taba, Hilda Prof., 1961-1962


Box 257 Tabak, May Natalie, 1959-1961


Box 257 Taft, Philip, 1943-1969


Box 257 Tang, Peter S.H., 1958-1963


Box 257 Tanham, George K., 1961


Box 257 Tannenbaum, Frank Prof., 1961


Box 257 Tannenbaum, Michael, 1978-1979


Box 257 Tanenhaus, Sam, 1999-2004


Box 257 Tappan, Paul W., 1960


Box 257 Tashjean, John E., 1961-1963


Box 257 Tas, Sal, 1948-1970


Box 257 Taxi News, 1970-1971


Box 257 Taylor, Sir Hugh, 1960


Box 257 Telephone, undated


Box 257 Teller, Edward, 1958-1963


Box 257 Teng, S.Y., 1960


Box 257 Testimonials, 1946-1969


Box 257 Testimonials, 1964-1971


Box 257 Testimonials, 1952-1967


Box 257 Thayer, Charles W., 1949-1962


Box 257 Theatre list, undated


Box 257 Thirwall, John Dr., 1960


Box 257 Thomas, Norman, 1950-1984


Box 257 Thomson, Paula, 1986-1987


Box 257 Thong, Hoynh Sanh, 1960-1961


Box 257 Thorne, Ludmilla, 1970-2007


Box 257 Thornton, A.P., 1960


Box 257 Thrupp, Sylvia L., 1960


Box 257 Tigrid, Pavel, 1961-1968


Box 257 Time, Inc., 1961-1972


Box 257 Tindall, William York Prof., 1960


Box 257 Tokes, Rudolf Dr., 1973-1991


Box 257 Tonelson, Alan, 1976


Box 257 Tonsingh, Annette, 1981-1982


Box 257 Tortora, Vincent, 1961-1994


Box 257 Trager, Frank M., 1960-1983


Box 257 Tran-Van-Tung, 1962


Box 257 Trever-Roper, Hugh Prof., 1961-1962


Box 257 Triska, Jan F. Prof., 1960-1965


Box 257 Trilling, Lionel & Diana, 1946-1990


Box 257 Truman, Harry, 1948-1959


Box 257 Tsiang, Dr., 1952-1962


Box 257 Tuck, Jim, 1997-2004


Box 257 Tucker, Martin, 1971-1974


Box 257 Tucker, Robert, 1956-1991


Box 257 Tung, T.S., 1953-1974


Box 257 Tussing, Arlon, 1960


Box 257 Tutsch, H.E. Dr., 1960-1962


Box 257 Twarog, Leo Prof., 1960


Box 257 Twentieth Century Fund, 1958-1972



Box 258 Tyler, Gus, 1960-2006


Box 258 U, 1950-2006


Box 258 Ulam, Adam Prof., 1960-1997


Box 258 Ulner, Alfred Jr., 1960


Box 258 Ulmer, Melville Prof., 1953-1960


Box 258 University microfilm, 1967-2003


Box 258 University of Pennsylvania, 1960-1969


Box 258 Updike, John, 1966-1974


Box 258 Urban, Joan Barth, 2000


Box 258 Urey, Harold, 1950-1953


Box 258 U.S. Holocaust Museum, 1993


Box 258 U.S. Information Agency, 1961-1967


Box 258 U.S. Information Agency, 1962-1965


Box 258 U.S. Information Agency, 1953-1963


Box 258 U.S. Information Agency, 1952-1958


Box 258 U.S. Information Agency, 1958-1960


Box 258 U.S. State Dept., 1946-1968


Box 258 VA-VI, 1951-1990


Box 258 VO-VR, 1950-1999


Box 258 Valentine, Rahmet, 1991


Box 258 Valls-Russell, Janice, 1976-2008


Box 258 Valls-Russell, J.L., 1961-2002


Box 258 Vanden Haag, Ernest, 1951-1975


Box 258 Vanden Heuvel, William, 1962-1967



Box 259 Viereck, Peter, 1950-2006


Box 259 Vizzard, William L. Prof, 1960-1978


Box 259 Vladeck, Bruce, 1966-1997


Box 259 Volsky, N., 1947-1958


Box 259 Vladeck, Steve & Judy, 1967-1996


Box 259 Von Dreele, H.W., 1962


Box 259 Vree, Dale, 1976-1981


Box 259 WA-WAL, 1957-1997


Box 259 WAN-WAY, 1949-2002


Box 259 WE-WEIN, 1956-2007


Box 259 WEIS-WEY, 1951-2007


Box 259 WH-WID, 1948-2007


Box 259 WIG-WIN, 1948-1998


Box 259 WIR-WOO, 1953-2003


Box 259 WOR-WU, 1954-1997


Box 259 Wade, Alan, 1989-1991


Box 259 Wade, Richard, 1973-2003


Box 259 Wadsworth, James, 1961


Box 259 Wagenheim, Kal, 1965-1967


Box 259 Wagner, Geoffrey, 1954-1966


Box 259 Wain, John, 1960-1962


Box 259 Wakefield, Dan, 1960


Box 259 Waldman, Louis, 1951-1953


Box 259 Walker, Richard, 1951-1998


Box 259 Walkin, Jacob, 1960


Box 259 Wallace, Henry A., 1951-1959


Box 259 Waller, Harold, 1976-2007


Box 259 Wallerstein, Immanuel, 1959-1963


Box 259 Walton, Richard, 1960-1964


Box 259 Wang, Mrs. Eric, undated


Box 259 Wardle, Irving, 2002


Box 259 Warner, Sam B. Jr., 1961-1962


Box 259 Warren, Robert Penn, 1960-1974


Box 259 Washington Post, 1960-1967


Box 259 Watson, Mark, 1960


Box 259 Watts, Rowland, 1960, 1962


Box 259 WBAI, 1960


Box 259 Weaver, Harold, 1960


Box 259 Weber, Eugen, 1993-2007


Box 259 Webster, Harvey C., 1952-1983


Box 259 Wechsler, Herbert, 1960


Box 259 Wechsler, James, 1946-1982


Box 259 Weeks, A.I., 1961-1980


Box 259 Weigel, Henrietta, 1960-1961


Box 259 Weil, Jenny, 1972-1985


Box 259 Weinstein, Jerome, 1961-2007


Box 259 Weintraub, Sidney, 1978-1983


Box 259 Weir, Stan, 1964


Box 259 Weisinger, Herbert, 1963-1964


Box 259 Weiss, Herbert, 1998-1999


Box 259 Weiss, Herbert, 1962


Box 259 Weissman, Stephan, 1964-1973


Box 259 Wells, Henry W., 1952-1960


Box 259 Wektwech, Die [Weltwoche], 1956-1963


Box 259 Wermuth, Paul C., 1960-1963


Box 259 Westheimer, David, 1960


Box 259 West, Rebecca, 1953-1962



Box 260 Westin, Alan F., 1954-1966


Box 260 Weston, Armand, 1961-1969


Box 260 Wetherington, Roger, 1995


Box 260 Wheeler, Elizabeth, 1960


Box 260 Whitcomb, John, 1962


Box 260 White, James, 1960-1967


Box 260 White, Leigh, 1948-1958


Box 260 White, Prof. Morton, 1961-1962


Box 260 Whitfield, Stephen, 1971-1997


Box 260 Whiting, Prof. Allen S., 1959, 1962


Box 260 Wide World Photos Inc., 1962, 1990


Box 260 Wiesel, Elie, 1963-2006


Box 260 Wigner, Eugene P., 1960-1969


Box 260 Wilbur, Brayton, 1951-1954


Box 260 Wilcock, Prof. Richard, 1961-1962


Box 260 Wiles, Peter, 1957-1961


Box 260 Wilkin, Karen, 1997


Box 260 Willen, Paul, 1953-1962


Box 260 Willis, Kingsley Wing, 1961-1966


Box 260 Williams, David C., 1952-1960


Box 260 Williams, Franklin, 1960-1961


Box 260 Williams, Prof. Philip, 1961-1962


Box 260 Williams, Robert H., 1951-1952


Box 260 Williams, William A., 1963


Box 260 Williamson, Chilton Jr., 1973-1975


Box 260 Wilmoth, Grant E., 1993-2007


Box 260 Wilson, H.W., 1960-2007


Box 260 Windmuller, John P., 1959-1960


Box 260 Wincelberg, Shimon, 1960-1992


Box 260 Wittfogel, K.A., 1948-1962


Box 260 Wohlgelernter, Elli, 2002


Box 260 Wohlforth, Robert, 1960


Box 260 Wohlstetter, Albert, 1960-1961


Box 260 Wolfbein, Seymour, 1962


Box 260 Wolfe, Henry C., 1957-1963


Box 260 Wolfe, Ann, 1960


Box 260 Wolfe, Bertram, 1949-1996


Box 260 Wolff, Geoffrey A., 1966-2006


Box 260 Woll, Josephine, 1979-2003


Box 260 Wolseley, Roland, 1961


Box 260 Woodcock, George, 1965-1988


Box 260 Workmen's Circle, 1958-2002


Box 260 Woytinsky, 1950-1968


Box 260 Wraga, Richard, 1960


Box 260 Wright, Arthur W., 1963-1964


Box 260 Wright, Edward R. Jr., 1964


Box 260 Wrong, Dennis H., 1960-2005


Box 260 X, 1962


Box 260 Xerox University Films, 1957-1985


Box 260 YA-YOU, 1953-2005


Box 260 YOU-YZ, 1958-2008


Box 260 Yablonsky, Walt, 1981-1984


Box 260 YPSL, 1966-1967


Box 260 Yagoda, Ben, 1975-2000


Box 260 Yale University, 1960


Box 260 Yarmolinsky, Adam, 1960-1962


Box 260 Yates, William, 1960-2007


Box 260 Yutang, Lin Dr., 1948-1958


Box 260 ZA-ZIN, 1954-1999


Box 260 ZIO-ZZ, 1954-2006


Box 260 Zagoria, Donald, 1961-2007


Box 260 Zavalishin,Vjacheslav, 1961


Box 260 Ziff, Stewart, 1988


Box 260 Zimbler, Brian, 1981-1985


Box 260 Zimpel, Lloyd, 1962-1966


Box 260 Zinner, Paul E., 1957-1975


Box 260 Zolberg, Aristide, 2003


Box 260 Zukerman, David R., 1973-1978

Series III: Subject Files, 1919-1968, undated

This series contains correspondence and research materials related to specific issues, organizations, or special magazine supplements. The files are arranged alphabetically by subject. Topics include, The Challenge of Africa, Icelandic Social Democrats, the American Committee of Cultural Freedom.

The subject files include correspondence between Levitas and U.S. officials during the late 1940s and early 1950s. Materials related to India detail the negotiations between the magazine and the State Department regarding publicly funded subscriptions. Other records show how Levitas aided government operatives in a project to translate various editions of the Great Soviet Encyclopedia into English, in order to show how Bolshevik philosophies had changed over the years. The subject files devoted to Italy are filled with letters, receipts, and reports, concerning Levitas' trips to Europe during the early 1950s. These travels, which the government reimbursed, brought the editor important information concerning socialist parties in allied countries during the Cold War.

Other subject files deal with research for individual articles, the preparations for the magazine's thirtieth anniversary gala, and the correspondence between Levitas and the Social Democratic Federation. Legal papers from a 1951 lawsuit between The New Leader and The Nation are also here. The lawsuit occurred after Clement Greenberg, an art critic at The Nation, submitted a letter to that magazine criticizing writer Julio Alvarez del Vayo for what he considered to be pro-Soviet views. After The Nation's editor, Freda Kirchwey, refused to print the letter, Greenberg sent it to The New Leader, which ran it in the March 19, 1951 issue. The Nation, contending the letter was libelous, also sued Greenberg and The New Leader's printer. The materials include excerpts of Alvarez del Vayo's writing used in The New Leader to support Greenberg's claim, legal documents and correspondence related to the lawsuit, and letters from readers.



Box 95 Folder 1 Africa--The Challenge of, 1959-1960, undated, 1959-1960, undated


American Committee for Cultural Freedom (ACCF)


Box 95 Folder 2 to 9 Board of Directors--Minutes and Notes, 1950-1954, undated, 1950-1954, undated, (8 Folders)



Box 96 Folder 1 to 2 Board of Directors--Minutes and Notes, 1955-1957, undated, 1955-1957, undated, (2 Folders)


Box 96 Folder 3 Correspondence--Henry Schwarzchild, 1954


Box 96 Folder 4 Correspondence--Sol Stein, 1953-1955


Box 96 Folder 5 Anniversary Dinner, 1954


Box 96 Folder 6 Chamberlin, William Henry--Criticism, 1945-1947, undated, 1945-1947, undated


Icelandic Social Democrats


Box 96 Folder 7 to 8 Correspondence, 1950-1957, undated, 1950-1957, undated, (2 Folders)


Box 96 Folder 9 Publications, 1950-1952, undated, 1950-1952, undated


Nation v. New Leader



Box 97 Folder 1 to 2 Alvarez del Vayo, Julio, 1937-1954, (2 Folders)


Box 97 Folder 3 Clippings, 1951-1955


Box 97 Folder 4 Correspondence, 1951-1952


Box 97 Folder 5 to 6 Legal Documents, 1951-1955, (2 Folders)


Box 97 Folder 7 Signature Cards--Clement Greenberg Defense Fund, 1951-1952



Box 98 Folder 1 Signature Cards--Clement Greenberg Defense Fund, 1951-1952


New York Call


Box 98 Folder 2 Board Meetings, 1932-1956


Box 98 Folder 3 to 5 Correspondence, 1929-1956, (3 Folders)


Box 98 Folder 6 to 15 Financial, 1927-1948, (10 Folders)



Box 99 Folder 1 to 9 Financial, 1949-1968, (9 Folders)


Box 99 Folder 10 The Socialist Call Issues, 1954


Box 99 Folder 11 Socialist Documents, 1936-1937


Box 99 Folder 12 Stock Book, 1919-1933


Box 99 Folder 13 Stock Certificates, 1919-1966



Box 100 Stockholders' Ledger, undated



Box 101 Folder 1 Tax Correspondence, 1945-1946


Box 101 Folder 2 to 8 Tax Returns, 1922-1957, (7 Folders)



Box 102 Folder 1 to 2 Shinner Foundation Supplements, 1955-1956, undated, 1955-1956, undated, (2 Folders)


Social Democratic Federation (SDF)


Box 102 Folder 3 Correspondence, 1950-1957, undated, 1950-1957, undated


Box 102 Folder 4 Minutes, 1950-1958, undated, 1950-1958, undated


Box 102 Folder 5 Publications, 1950-1958, undated, 1950-1958, undated


Box 102 Folder 6 to 7 "Los Trabajadores en la Orbita Sovietica" by Anatole Shub--Translation and Correspondence, 1956-1957, undated, 1956-1957, undated, (2 Folders)



Box 103 Folder 1 "Los Trabajadores en la Orbita Sovietica" by Anatole Shub--Translation and Correspondence, 1956-1957, undated, 1956-1957, undated


United States Government


Box 103 Folder 2 Subscriptions in India, 1948-1952


Box 103 Folder 3 Soviet Encyclopedia--Correspondence, 1952-1954


Box 103 Folder 4 Soviet Encyclopedia--Encyclopedia Entries, 1953


First Italian Trip


Box 103 Folder 5 to 6 Correspondence, 1952, (2 Folders)


Box 103 Folder 7 Clippings and Publications, 1951-1953


Box 103 Folder 8 Dispatches and Reports, 1951-1952


Box 103 Folder 9 Receipts, 1952


Second Italian Trip



Box 104 Folder 1 Correspondence, 1954-1955


Box 104 Folder 2 Clippings and Publications, 1954


Box 104 Folder 3 Dispatches and Reports, 1954


Box 104 Folder 4 Receipts, 1954

European Trip


Box 104 Folder 5 Correspondence, 1956


Box 104 Folder 6 Clippings and Publications, 1956


Box 104 Folder 7 Dispatches and Reports, 1956


Box 104 Folder 8 Receipts, 1956


Box 104 Folder 9 to 12 General Correspondence, 1953-1956, (4 Folders)


Box 104 Folder 13 General Correspondence--Rimini, 1952-1953

Series IV: Business Files, 1922-2008, undated

The business files in this collection include bound ledgers, minutes from board meetings, reprints, financial materials, and other material related to the operation of the magazine. Among the promotional materials in this series are the advertisements The New Leader used to hype itself.


Subseries IV. 1: Administrative, 1923-1979

Activities of the magazine's Board of Directors are included in this subseries. Featured are the minutes from board meetings, as well as the 1940 correspondence surrounding the resignation of James Oneal, Levitas' predecessor. In 1955,The New Leaderwas acquired by the American Labor Conference, a labor research institution. This subseries also includes publications and meeting minutes related to this organization.


Board of Directors



Box 105 Folder 1 to 7 Minutes, 1923-1977, undated, 1923-1977, undated, (7 Folders)



Box 106 Folder 1 Correspondence and Reports, 1931-1965


Box 106 Folder 2 Correspondence and Reports, 1938-1946, undated, 1938-1946, undated


Box 106 Folder 3 to 4 James O'Neal--Resignation, 1933-1942, (2 Folders)


Box 106 Folder 5 Circulation--Advertising--Subscriptions, 1935-1942


Box 106 Folder 6 to 8 Clippings, 1949-1950, undated, 1949-1950, undated, (3 Folders)



Box 107 Folder 1 to 3 Clippings, 1950, undated, 1950, undated, (3 Folders)


Lists


Box 107 Folder 4 American Labor Conference, 1953-1973


Box 107 Folder 5 General, 1959-1972


Box 107 Folder 6 Membership, 1942-1947


Box 107 Folder 7 Promotional Materials, 1941-1944, undated, 1941-1944, undated



Box 108 Folder 1 to 3 Promotional Materials, 1946-1959, undated, 1946-1959, undated, (3 Folders)


Box 108 Folder 4 to 8 Reprint Permissions, 1949-1961, (5 Folders)



Box 109 Folder 1 to 5 Reprint Permissions, 1962-1966, (5 Folders)



Box 110 Folder 1 to 7 Reprint Permissions, 1967-1973, (7 Folders)



Box 111 Folder 1 to 6 Reprint Permissions, 1974-1979, (6 Folders)


Post Office/Copyright/Financial:



Box 261 Flled Orders Grand Jury Special Issue, November 10, 1975


Box 261 Lenin Nyet


Box 261 65th Anniversary Party


Box 261 65th Anniversary Invitation


Box 261 Promotion William Steiner Association Charting America's Future


Box 261 The New Leader 50th Anniversary Dinner Forms Gilbert Jonas


Box 261 Promotion Special Issue Letters


Box 261 65th Anniversary Party January 25', 1989


Box 261 Post Office Forms, 2005


Box 261 Post Office Forms


Box 261 2004 Post Office Forms, 2004


Box 261 2003 Post Office Forms, 2003


Box 261 2002 Post Office Forms, 2002


Box 261 2001 Post Office Forms, 2001


Box 261 2000 Post Office Forms, 2000


Box 261 1999 Copyright Issues Copyrights 2004-2006, 1999, 2004-2006


Box 261 Copyrights, 2002-2003


Box 261 Copyrights, 2000-2001


Box 261 Copyrights, 1998-1999


Box 261 Copyrights, 1996-1997


Box 261 Copyrights, 1994-1995


Box 261 Copyrights, 1992-1993


Box 261 Copyrights, 1986-1990


Box 261 Copyrights, 1980-1985


Box 261 Copyrights, 1975-1979


Box 261 Copyrights, 1970-1974


Box 261 Copyrights 1964-1969 and Crimes, 1964-1969


Box 261 Royalties Misc.


Box 261 Back Issues


Box 261 Invoices



Box 262 Paid Crimes, 1999-2006


Box 262 CBRE Lease


Box 262 Goldman Sachs, 1996-1998


Box 262 Goldman Sachs IRA, 1989-1993


Box 262 Goldman Sachs, 1986-1993


Box 262 Donaldson, Lufkin, and Jennette New Leader, 1992-1995


Box 262 Merrill Lynch Correspondence


Box 262 Merrill Lynch Statements, 1981-1993


Box 262 Merrill Lynch Pension, 1983-1987


Box 262 Johnson, Lemon & Co


Box 262 Chase Manhattan Bank CDs


Box 262 Press


Box 262 NL Columbia Event, 2007


Box 262 NL Online Response


Box 262 NL Ad


Box 262 Copy Tamiment Institute


Box 262 Advertising Book Issue Letters


Box 262 Promotion Publishers Clearing House


Box 262 Promotion Letters


Subseries IV. 2: Editorial, 1950-2008, undated

This subseries includes drafts and typescripts of articles published during the final years of the magazine's run. This series holds articles fromThe New Leaderthat were reprinted in other periodicals, includingCatholic Digest,Negro Digest, and several Japanese publications. It also contains special supplements published byThe New Leader, pamphlets published by the American Labor Conference, and pamphlets and articles published by other organizations about Europe, Nigeria, and the Soviet Union. The printed materials are arranged alphabetically by subject and by date within subjects.


Card Files



Box 112 Author--A-H, 1970-2008



Box 113 Author--I-Sol, 1970-2008



Box 114 Author--So-Z, 1970-2008



Box 115 Book Reviewer


Box 115 A-Y, 1990


Box 115 A-Z, 1970-2008



Box 116 Subjects--Africa-W. History, undated


Manuscripts



Box 117 Folder 1 to 6 January/February-May/June, 2004, (6 Folders)



Box 118 Folder 1 to 6 May/June-September/October, 2004, (6 Folders)



Box 119 Folder 1 to 4 September/October-November/December, 2004, (4 Folders)


Box 119 Folder 5 to 6 January/February, 2005, (2 Folders)



Box 120 Folder 1 to 6 January/February-May/June, 2005, (6 Folders)



Box 121 Folder 1 to 6 July/August-November/December, 2005, (6 Folders)



Box 122 Folder 1 to 3 November/December, 2005, (3 Folders)


Printed Material


Box 122 Folder 4 American Labor Conference (ALC)--Publications, 1945, undated, 1945, undated


Box 122 Folder 5 ALC--Studies in Post War Reconstruction, 1944


Box 122 Folder 6 Europe and Nigeria, 1967-1973, undated, 1967-1973, undated



Box 123 Folder 1 to 7 Reprints, 1949-1956, (7 Folders)


Box 123 Folder 8 to 11 Soviet Union, 1947-1990, undated, 1947-1990, undated, (4 Folders)



Box 124 Folder 1 to 4 Supplements, 1945-1956, undated, 1945-1956, undated, (4 Folders)


Subseries IV. 3: Financial, 1922-1998, undated

The financial records are arranged chronologically, with the exception of the bound ledgers, which can be found at the end of the subseries. The records include ledgers, account books, receipts, and check stubs. These folders also contain financial statements and advertising invoices, and a small amount of finance-related correspondence.


Box 124 Folder 5 to 7 Assets and Liabilities--Reports, 1928-1974, (3 Folders)


Box 124 Folder 8 Audit, 1927


Box 124 Folder 9 Employees, 1944-1959


Box 124 Folder 10 Employees--Unemployment, 1947-1949



Box 209 General Ledger, 1938-1974 (Bound), 1938-1974



Box 210 General Ledger, 1948-1954 (Bound), 1948-1954



Box 125 Folder 1 to 8 General Ledger, 1958-1965, (8 Folders)



Box 211 General Ledger, 1970-1973 (2 bound ledgers), 1970-1973



Box 209 General Ledger, 1974-1979 (Bound), 1974-1979



Box 125 Folder 9 to 10 General Ledger, 1980-1981, (2 Folders)



Box 126 Folder 1 to 8 General Ledger, 1982-1989, (8 Folders)



Box 127 Folder 1 to 8 General Ledger, 1990-1998, (8 Folders)



Box 128 Folder 1 Internal Revenue Service--Correspondence, 1944-1946, undated, 1944-1946, undated


Box 128 Folder 2 Pension Plan Ledger, 1969-1976


Box 128 Folder 3 Reports--Annual Dinner, 1931-1937, undated, 1931-1937, undated


Box 128 Folder 4 Reports--Tour Expenses, 1938, undated, 1938, undated


Special Account


Box 128 Folder 5 Correspondence, 1943-1963


Box 128 Folder 6 to 13 Checks and Statements, 1943-1968, (8 Folders)


Box 128 Folder 14 Checkbook, 1943-1968


Additional Ledgers--Bound



Box 212 Accounts Payable, 1954-1980 (2 bound ledgers), 1954-1980



Box 213 Accounts Payable, 1980-1992



Box 214 Accounts Received, 1971-1978



Box 215 Advertising, 1945-1946



Box 210 Advertising, 1951-1961



Box 216 Cash Disbursements, 1922-1939



Box 217 Cash Disbursements, 1955-1967 (2 bound ledgers), 1955-1967



Box 213 Cash Disbursements, 1968-1974



Box 218 Cash Disbursements, 1974-1986 (2 bound ledgers), 1974-1986



Box 219 Cash Disbursements, 1987-1998 (2 bound ledgers), 1987-1998



Box 220 Cash Receipts, 1953-1958 (2 bound ledgers), 1953-1958



Box 221 Cash Receipts, 1958-1964 (2 bound ledgers), 1958-1964



Box 222 Cash Receipts, 1964-1970 (2 bound ledgers), 1964-1970



Box 214 Cash Receipts, 1978-1989



Box 223 Subscriptions, 1961-1963



Box 224 Subscriptions, 1963-1965



Box 225 Subscriptions, 1965-1967

Series V: Artwork, 1928-2006, undated

The artwork is done in pen and ink, pencil, charcoal, pastel, and watercolor, and includes caricature and straight portraiture, scenes, maps, and collages. The artwork stored in document boxes is most often undated, untitled, and unsigned, and is sorted alphabetically by subject. It includes international leaders such as Indira Gandhi, Mikhail Gorbachev, and Margaret Thatcher. American presidents are well-represented, among them Richard Nixon, John F. Kennedy, Jimmy Carter, Bill Clinton, and George W. Bush. There are two groups of scenes, one depicting the U.S. and the other foreign countries, which are sorted alphabetically by subject. Several boxes of oversized artwork containing similar material are also sorted alphabetically by subject.

The remaining oversized artwork is more often dated and signed. It is sorted alphabetically by artist and divided into covers, mechanicals (including design and promotional mockups and posters), and pieces from an exhibit at the New York Public Library (some of which were selected but not used in the exhibit).

Figures such as Martin Luther King Jr. and Jack Kerouac, as well as scenes from the United States and other countries such as China and the Soviet Union, also appear. The artwork also includes posters and mechanicals for covers and promotional materials. The earliest art in the collection is a series of cartoons, published by The New Leader and drawn by Art Young, which satirizes the 1928 presidential election between Al Smith and Herbert Hoover.

The New Leader's physical appearance underwent a transformation in 1961 when editor Myron Kolatch persuaded noted graphic designer Herb Lubalin to redesign the magazine and stay on as art director. Several artists whose work appeared frequently in The New Leader, Barry Geller, Gerry Gersten, and Joan Berg Victor, worked with Lubalin at Sudler, Hennessey & Lubalin in the early 1960s.

Some artists will appear in all three groups of oversized artwork, and some subjects are dispersed through all sections of the artwork series. Researchers should be aware of this and must consult all the subseries to ensure they have found all relevant artwork.


Subseries V. 1: Artwork by Subject, 1961-2006, undated

Subseries 1 includes small pieces organized by subject. Much of the artwork is unsigned and undated.



Box 129 Folder 1 to 2 A, 1963-2005, undated, 1963-2005, undated, (2 Folders)


Box 129 Folder 3 to 6 A, 1964-2006, undated, 1964-2006, undated, (4 Folders)


Box 129 Folder 7 Al-Assad, Hafez, 1978-1990, undated, 1978-1990, undated


Box 129 Folder 8 Arafat, Yasir, 1989-2005, undated, 1989-2005, undated


Box 129 Folder 9 The Arts, 1978-1997, undated, 1978-1997, undated



Box 130 Folder 1 B-BA, 1964-1996, undated, 1964-1996, undated


Box 130 Folder 2 to 3 BB-BE, 1962-2005, undated, 1962-2005, undated, (2 Folders)


Box 130 Folder 4 Begin, Menachem, undated


Box 130 Folder 5 Berlinguer, Enrico, 1972-2980, undated, 1972-2980, undated


Box 130 Folder 6 to 7 BH-BO, 1962-2005, undated, 1962-2005, undated, (2 Folders)



Box 131 Folder 1 Blair, Tony, 1995-2005, undated, 1995-2005, undated


Box 131 Folder 2 Bourassa, Robert, 1988, undated, 1988, undated


Box 131 Folder 3 to 4 BR-BZ, 1962-2005, undated, 1962-2005, undated, (2 Folders)


Box 131 Folder 5 Bush, George, 1988-1990, undated, 1988-1990, undated


Box 131 Folder 6 Bush, George W., 2001-2004, undated, 2001-2004, undated


Box 131 Folder 7 to 8 C-CE, 1961-1995, undated, 1961-1995, undated, (2 Folders)



Box 132 Folder 1 Callaghan, James, undated


Box 132 Folder 2 Carter, Jimmy, 1980-1994, undated, 1980-1994, undated


Box 132 Folder 3 Castro, Fidel, 1964-1990, undated, 1964-1990, undated


Box 132 Folder 4 CH, 1968-2005, undated, 1968-2005, undated


Box 132 Folder 5 Chirac, Jacques, 1994-2004, undated, 1994-2004, undated


Box 132 Folder 6 CI-CZ, 1968-2004, undated, 1968-2004, undated



Box 133 Folder 1 Clinton, Bill, 1993-1994, undated, 1993-1994, undated


Box 133 Folder 2 Clinton, Hillary, 1993, undated, 1993, undated


Box 133 Folder 3 D-DG, 1965-2005, undated, 1965-2005, undated


Box 133 Folder 4 Dayan, Moshe, 1969-1970, undated, 1969-1970, undated


Box 133 Folder 5 Deng Xiaoping, 1989, undated, 1989, undated


Box 133 Folder 6 to 7 DH-DZ, 1962-1999, undated, 1962-1999, undated, (2 Folders)


Box 133 Folder 8 Dole, Robert, undated


Box 133 Folder 9 E, 1963-2004, undated, 1963-2004, undated



Box 134 Folder 1 E, 1963-2004, undated, 1963-2004, undated


Box 134 Folder 2 Eban, Abba, undated


Box 134 Folder 3 F-FN, 1975-1997, undated, 1975-1997, undated


Box 134 Folder 4 to 5 FO-FZ, 1966-2004, undated, 1966-2004, undated


Box 134 Folder 6 Ford, Gerald, undated


Box 134 Folder 7 GA-GN, 1964-1999, undated, 1964-1999, undated



Box 135 Folder 1 Gandhi, Indira, 1984, undated, 1984, undated


Box 135 Folder 2 Gandhi, Rajiv, undated


Box 135 Folder 3 GO, 1964-1993, undated, 1964-1993, undated


Box 135 Folder 4 Goldwater, Barry, 1964, undated, 1964, undated


Box 135 Folder 5 Gorbachev, Mikhail, 1988-1990, undated, 1988-1990, undated


Box 135 Folder 6 GP-GZ, 1967-2004, undated, 1967-2004, undated


Box 135 Folder 7 Greenspan, Alan, 1988-1990, undated, 1988-1990, undated


Box 135 Folder 8 HA, 1965-2005, undated, 1965-2005, undated



Box 136 Folder 1 HE-HI, 1965-2005, undated, 1965-2005, undated


Box 136 Folder 2 Hitler, Adolf, undated


Box 136 Folder 3 to 4 HJ-HZ, 1964-2005, undated, 1964-2005, undated, (2 Folders)


Box 136 Folder 5 Hoover, Herbert, undated


Box 136 Folder 6 Humphrey, Hubert, 1967-1972, undated, 1967-1972, undated


Box 136 Folder 7 Hussein, King, 1970, undated, 1970, undated


Box 136 Folder 8 Hussein, Saddam, 1990-2003, undated, 1990-2003, undated


Box 136 Folder 9 I, 1963-1990, undated, 1963-1990, undated


Box 136 Folder 10 International Organizations, 1963-2005, undated, 1963-2005, undated



Box 137 Folder 1 JA, 1969-1992, undated, 1969-1992, undated


Box 137 Folder 2 Jackson, Jesse, 1984, undated, 1984, undated


Box 137 Folder 3 Jaruzelski, Wojciech, 1990, undated, 1990, undated


Box 137 Folder 4 JE-JZ, 1966-1995, undated, 1966-1995, undated


Box 137 Folder 5 Jefferson, Thomas, undated


Box 137 Folder 6 Johnson, Lyndon B., undated


Box 137 Folder 7 K-KE, 1962-2004, undated, 1962-2004, undated


Box 137 Folder 8 Kennedy, Edward, 1966-1980, undated, 1966-1980, undated


Box 137 Folder 9 Kennedy, John and Jackie, 1963-2006, undated, 1963-2006, undated


Box 137 Folder 10 Kennedy, Robert, 1968, undated, 1968, undated



Box 138 Folder 1 KF-KI, 1967-2005, undated, 1967-2005, undated


Box 138 Folder 2 Kim Dae Jung, 2005, undated, 2005, undated


Box 138 Folder 3 Kissinger, Henry, 1972-2004, undated, 1972-2004, undated


Box 138 Folder 4 to 5 KJ-KZ, 1967-1999, undated, 1967-1999, undated, (2 Folders)


Box 138 Folder 6 Kohl, Helmut, 1990-1995, undated, 1990-1995, undated


Box 138 Folder 7 Krushchev, Nikita, 1986, undated, 1986, undated


Box 138 Folder 8 L, 1965-2005, undated, 1965-2005, undated



Box 139 Folder 1 to 2 L, 1965-2005, undated, 1965-2005, undated, (2 Folders)


Box 139 Folder 3 Lenin, Vladimir I., undated


Box 139 Folder 4 Levitas, Sol, 19 March 1961 (Drawing by [J. Bannejee, Calcutta]), March 1961


Box 139 Folder 5 to 7 MA-MC, 1965-2004, undated, 1965-2004, undated, (3 Folders)



Box 140 Folder 1 MA-MC, 1965-2004, undated, 1965-2004, undated


Box 140 Folder 2 Major, John, 1992-1995, undated, 1992-1995, undated


Box 140 Folder 3 Mao Tse-Tung, 1962-1970, undated, 1962-1970, undated


Box 140 Folder 4 McGovern, George, undated


Box 140 Folder 5 to 6 MD-MI, 1981-2005, undated, 1981-2005, undated, (2 Folders)


Box 140 Folder 7 Mitterand, Francois, 1970, undated, 1970, undated


Box 140 Folder 8 MJ-MO, 1968-1993, undated, 1968-1993, undated


Box 140 Folder 9 Mondale, Walter, undated


Box 140 Folder 10 Moynihan, Daniel Patrick, 1970-1990, undated, 1970-1990, undated



Box 141 Folder 1 to 2 MU-MZ, 1980-1993, undated, 1980-1993, undated, (2 Folders)


Box 141 Folder 3 to 5 N, 1968-1990, undated, 1968-1990, undated, (3 Folders)


Box 141 Folder 6 Nixon, Richard, 1969-1990, undated, 1969-1990, undated


Box 141 Folder 7 to 8 O, 1965-1994, undated, 1965-1994, undated, (2 Folders)


Box 141 Folder 9 Ortega, Daniel, 1989-1990, undated, 1989-1990, undated



Box 142 Folder 1 PA-PI, 1971-2001, undated, 1971-2001, undated


Box 142 Folder 2 to 4 PA-PI, 1971-2001, undated, 1971-2001, undated, (3 Folders)


Box 142 Folder 5 Peres, Shimon, 1987-1993, undated, 1987-1993, undated


Box 142 Folder 6 to 8 PJ-PZ, 1963-2001, undated, 1963-2001, undated, (3 Folders)


Box 142 Folder 9 Pope John Paul I, 1992, undated, 1992, undated



Box 143 Folder 1 Q, 1986-undated


Box 143 Folder 2 RA, 1971-2001, undated, 1971-2001, undated


Box 143 Folder 3 Rabin, Yitzchak, 1989-2001, undated, 1989-2001, undated


Box 143 Folder 4 RE-RN, 1963-1977, undated, 1963-1977, undated


Box 143 Folder 5 Reagan, Nancy and Ronald, 1967-2004, undated, 1967-2004, undated


Box 143 Folder 6 to 7 RO, 1965-2006, undated, 1965-2006, undated, (2 Folders)



Box 144 Folder 1 Roosevelt, Eleanor and Franklin, undated


Box 144 Folder 2 Roosevelt, Theodore, 1971, undated, 1971, undated


Box 144 Folder 3 RU, 1965-2006, undated, 1965-2006, undated


Box 144 Folder 4 S-SA, 1966-2005, undated, 1966-2005, undated


Box 144 Folder 5 Sadat, Anwar, 1971-1993, undated, 1971-1993, undated


Box 144 Folder 6 to 7 SB-SH, 1965-2005, undated, 1965-2005, undated, (2 Folders)



Box 145 Folder 1 Shamir, Yitzchak, undated


Box 145 Folder 2 Sharon, Ariel, 2001-2003, undated, 2001-2003, undated


Box 145 Folder 3 Shevardnadze, Eduard, 1988-1989, undated, 1988-1989, undated


Box 145 Folder 4 Shultz, George P., 1973-1988, undated, 1973-1988, undated


Box 145 Folder 5 SI-SM, 1966-1998, undated, 1966-1998, undated


Box 145 Folder 6 to 7 SO-SZ, 1965-2005, undated, 1965-2005, undated, (2 Folders)


Box 145 Folder 8 Stalin, Joseph, 1989-2005, undated, 1989-2005, undated


Box 145 Folder 9 Stevenson, Adlai, undated



Box 146 Folder 1 TA-TI, 1962-2005, undated, 1962-2005, undated


Box 146 Folder 2 Thatcher, Margaret, 1982-1993, undated, 1982-1993, undated


Box 146 Folder 3 Tito, Josef, 1967-1968, undated, 1967-1968, undated


Box 146 Folder 4 TJ-TZ, 1961-2006, undated, 1961-2006, undated


Box 146 Folder 5 Truman, Harry, undated


Box 146 Folder 6 U, 1965-1993, undated, 1965-1993, undated


Box 146 Folder 7 Unidentified buildings and scenes, 1957, undated, 1957, undated


Box 146 Folder 8 Unidentified military, 1967-1984, undated, 1967-1984, undated


Box 146 Folder 9 Unidentified people, 1979, undated, 1979, undated



Box 147 Folder 1 V, 1965-1994, undated, 1965-1994, undated


Box 147 Folder 2 W-WE, 1962-1993, undated, 1962-1993, undated


Box 147 Folder 3 Walesa, Lech, 1989-1990, undated, 1989-1990, undated


Box 147 Folder 4 Wallace, George, 1968-1972, undated, 1968-1972, undated


Box 147 Folder 5 Warren, Earl, 1964-1970


Box 147 Folder 6 WF-WZ, 1965-1997, undated, 1965-1997, undated


Box 147 Folder 7 Wiesel, Elie, undated


Box 147 Folder 8 Wilson, Harold, undated, 1964-1990


Box 147 Folder 9 XYZ, 1962-1994, undated, 1962-1994, undated


Box 147 Folder 10 Yeltsin, Boris, 1993, undated, 1993, undated


Box 147 Folder 11 Zhao Ziyang, undated


Countries--United States



Box 148 Folder 1 Agriculture, 1976-1989, undated, 1976-1989, undated


Box 148 Folder 2 Buildings--Monuments and Cities--Non-government, 1972, undated, 1972, undated


Box 148 Folder 3 Buildings--Monuments and Cities--Washington, D.C., 1986-2005, undated, 1986-2005, undated


Box 148 Folder 4 to 5 Politics--Conceptual and Cartoons--Scenes , 1969-2004, undated, 1969-2004, undated, (2 Folders)


Box 148 Folder 6 Defense, 1961-1986, undated, 1961-1986, undated


Box 148 Folder 7 to 8 Demonstrations, 1969, undated, 1969, undated, (2 Folders)



Box 149 Folder 1 Economics--Conceptual , 1970-1993, undated, 1970-1993, undated


Box 149 Folder 2 Economy Scenes, 1984-1986, undated, 1984-1986, undated


Box 149 Folder 3 Education--Higher, 1969, undated, 1969, undated


Box 149 Folder 4 Education--Lower, undated


Box 149 Folder 5 Health, 1969-1975, undated, 1969-1975, undated


Box 149 Folder 6 to 7 Industry, Labor, and Technology, 1965-2003, undated, 1965-2003, undated, (2 Folders)



Box 150 Folder 1 Justice--Courts and Police, 1973, undated, 1973, undated


Box 150 Folder 2 Poverty and U.S. Elderly, 1968-1986, undated, 1968-1986, undated


Box 150 Folder 3 Race, 1970, undated, 1970, undated


Box 150 Folder 4 to 5 Society and Scenes, 1970-1995, undated, 1970-1995, undated, (2 Folders)


Countries--Other



Box 151 Folder 1 to 2 Africa, 1963-1995, undated, 1963-1995, undated, (2 Folders)


Box 151 Folder 3 Australia, undated


Box 151 Folder 4 to 5 Britain, 1962-2004, undated, 1962-2004, undated, (2 Folders)


Box 151 Folder 6 Canada, 1993, undated, 1993, undated


Box 151 Folder 7 Caribbean, 1963-1994, undated, 1963-1994, undated


Box 151 Folder 8 China I, 1964-1990, undated, 1964-1990, undated



Box 152 Folder 1 China II, 1964-1990, undated, 1964-1990, undated


Box 152 Folder 2 Cuba, 1963-1965, undated, 1963-1965, undated


Box 152 Folder 3 Eastern Europe, 1961-1993, undated, 1961-1993, undated


Box 152 Folder 4 France, 1984-2004, undated, 1984-2004, undated


Box 152 Folder 5 Germany--West and Austria, 1961-1985, undated, 1961-1985, undated


Box 152 Folder 6 Greece, undated


Box 152 Folder 7 India, 1966-1993, undated, 1966-1993, undated



Box 153 Folder 1 Ireland, 1980, undated, 1980, undated


Box 153 Folder 2 to 3 Israel, 1967-2004, undated, 1967-2004, undated, (2 Folders)


Box 153 Folder 4 Italy and Vatican, 1988, undated, 1988, undated


Box 153 Folder 5 Japan, 1961-1993, undated, 1961-1993, undated


Box 153 Folder 6 to 7 Latin America, 1965-1993, undated, 1965-1993, undated, (2 Folders)


Box 153 Folder 8 Mexico, undated



Box 154 Folder 1 to 2 Middle East, 1969-1990, undated, 1969-1990, undated, (2 Folders)


Box 154 Folder 3 Portugal, 1965, undated, 1965, undated


Box 154 Folder 4 Spain, 1967-1989, undated, 1967-1989, undated


Box 154 Folder 5 to 6 Southeast Asia, 1970-1994, undated, 1970-1994, undated, (2 Folders)


Box 154 Folder 7 to 8 Soviet Union, 1987-1994, undated, 1987-1994, undated, (2 Folders)


Box 154 Folder 9 Turkey, 1963 undated, 1963


Subseries V. 2: Artwork--General, 1928-1975, undated

Subseries 2 includes work often related to mechanicals or design.



Box 155 Folder 1 Books Issue Mechanicals--Michael Aron and Co., undated


Box 155 Folder 2 Bressler, G.--NYPL Exhibit--Unused, undated


Box 155 Folder 3 to 4 Covers, 15, October 1961, (2 Folders)


Box 155 Folder 5 Design Awards, 1973-1975


Box 155 Folder 6 [Elwan, E.S.]--NYPL Exhibit, undated


Box 155 Folder 7 Geller, Barry--NYPL Exhibit, August 1964


Box 155 Folder 8 Herb Lubalin Redesign--First Issue, 18, September 1961



Mapcase MAP 14-N-7 Herb Lubalin Redesign--Tissue papers sketches, 1969



Box 155 Folder 9 Issue, 22, May 1961


Box 155 Folder 10 Photostated Headlines, undated


Box 155 Folder 11 Promotional Mechanicals, undated


Box 155 Folder 12 Special Issue Mechanicals, undated


Box 155 Folder 13 to 15 Young, Art--This 1928 Campaign in Cartoons, 1928, 1928, 1928, (3 Folders)


Subseries V. 3: Artwork--Oversized--by Subject, 1961-2006, undated

Subseries 3 includes oversized artwork depicting many of the same subjects of Subseries 1. The pieces are organized by subject and often unsigned and undated.


General



Box 156 Folder 1 A, 1964-2006, undated, 1964-2006, undated


Box 156 Folder 2 The Arts, undated


Box 156 Folder 3 B, 1962-2005, undated, 1962-2005, undated


Box 156 Folder 4 C, 1961-1995, undated, 1961-1995, undated


Box 156 Folder 5 Carter, Jimmy, undated


Box 156 Folder 6 Clinton, Bill and Hillary, und