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Columbia University in World War II collection, 1933-1956

Summary Information

Abstract

Records documenting Columbia University's activities prior to, during and immediately following World War II represent the focus of the collection. The collection contains material generated by a variety of groups and offices on campus evidencing the varied activities undertaken by the Columbia community during this time of world crisis.

At a Glance

Call No.: UA#0015
Bib ID 4202606 View CLIO record
Creator(s) Columbia University ; Boardman, Fon W., Jr., 1911-2000 ; Campbell, Joseph ; Fackenthal, Frank Diehl, 1883-1968 ; Finch, James Kip, 1883-1967 ; Gentzler, W. Emerson (Waldo Emerson) ; Gildersleeve, Virginia Crocheron, 1877-1965 ; Götze, A. F. (A. Frederick) ; Hawkes, Anna Lorette Rose, 1890-1978 ; Lane, William H ; Matzke, Edwin Bernard, 1902-1969 ; McKnight, N. M (Nicholas McDowell) ; Miner, Dwight Carroll, 1904-1978 ; Pegram, George Braxton, 1876-1958 ; Rappleye, Willard C (Willard Cole), 1892-1976
Title Columbia University in World War II collection, 1933-1956
Physical Description 26.02 linear feet (59 document boxes 3 index card boxes)
Language(s) English .
Access

This collection is located on-site.

Arrangement

Arrangement

Arranged in eight series.

Description

Scope and Content

This collection contains records documenting Columbia University's activities prior to, during and immediately following World War II. Generated by a variety of groups and offices on campus, this artificial collection has been pulled together to represent the varied activities undertaken by the Columbia community during this time of world crisis. Although there are relevant documents dated prior to the outbreak of hostilities in 1939 and after the cessation of war in 1945, most material in the collection falls within the wartime period of 1939-1945.

The collection consists of a wide variety of materials including: correspondence, meeting minutes, memoranda, telegrams, printed matter, publications, newsletters, newspaper and magazine clippings, press releases, lectures, speeches, applications, signed forms, programs, bulletins, course descriptions, survey forms, ephemera, financial ledgers, reports and lists. Original folder titles were retained when deemed appropriate and accurate. Much material was found loose and new folder titles were created as needed. Newspaper clippings were photocopied onto acid free paper and the originals were discarded, with the exception of articles about the 1935 peace strike and anti-war movement which might have exhibition potential. Correspondence, memos, newsletters and notes on extremely brittle copy paper from the time period were also photocopied and the originals discarded. Folders within each series are arranged in alphabetical order unless otherwise noted in the series description. The material within all folders is arranged in chronological order unless otherwise noted in the series description. Original photographs, with the exception of some small photos attached to personnel files, were removed and are housed in the Historical Photograph Collection under the series World War II. Photocopies of the images were placed in the original location of the photographs and marked with the new location of the original.

  • Series I: Division of Government Aided Research

    This series consists of correspondence, signed forms, applications, memos, financial statements, lists, and assorted printed matter regarding the government sponsored research programs undertaken by Columbia University and the personnel involved in these research efforts. The majority of the files date from the World War II era but the collection extends into the post-war period, to the mid 1950s. Although the war may have been over, the work begun during the wartime period quickly adapted itself to the post-war needs of the country, hence its inclusion in this collection. Originally called the Office of War Research, the name changed after World War II to Division of Government Aided Research. This later designation is the one used to describe this series.

    The bulk of the materials in this series deal with personnel issues (e.g., salary, clearance, termination) but also addresses financial matters, requisitions and the occasional report on the projects themselves.

    Folders not associated with a sub-series are found at the beginning of this series. These include material from subject files related to scientific research at Columbia as well as at some other institutions, relevant newspaper clippings, reports, and correspondence. Division of Government Aided Research – Correspondence consists of four files containing correspondence related to the activities of the Division of Government Aided Research. Includes correspondence from George B. Pegram (from 1949 and 1950s) regarding amendments to existing contracts and new contracts. Among the contracts discussed are some which deal with the issue of urban land use. Correspondence from 1951-1952 is from one assistant to another who was associated with the Committee on Government Aided Research and deals primarily with personnel issues such as appointments, terminations, and salary reviews. Atomic Energy Research – Letters of Appreciation contains copies of letters sent by Frank Diehl Fackenthal, acting president of the University, on Feb 18, 1946 to the other universities and colleges who provided personnel to work on the Manhattan Project at Columbia University. The letters thank them for their cooperation and present them with a facsimile of a scroll presented to Columbia University by the government for its work on this project. Also includes replies to this letter from some of the institutions. Correspondence is arranged alphabetically by name of institution within the file. Patent Agreements – Faculty (1951-1952) is composed of signed patent agreements by faculty members participating in government aided research in the post-war period, arranged alphabetically by last name of signee in one file folder.

    Three folders of materials were added to this series in August 2006. "National Defense Research Committee – Deferment Letters" contains copies of form letters to Dr. George B. Pegram from Frank D. Fackenthal regarding "Form 42A" and letters of recommendation for individuals employed on various research contracts who were attempting to defer military service between July 1943 and July 1944. The form and the letters are not included in this file, only the cover letter to Pegram. "Reserve List Questionnaires" are questionnaires that were provided by the Office of Scientific Research and Development to all the scientific and technical research workers in the 1940s. All the respondents appear to be employees of Columbia University and some of these individuals can also be found among those noted in sub-series I.2, Personnel Clearance. The questionnaire was comprised of 14 questions including full name, age, address, selective service information, present work, academic training, experience, professional expertise, employer's rating as to replacement, civil service status, marital status and dependents, and amount of time spent on OSRD work at that time. The questionnaires are arranged alphabetically by last name of respondent. "Transportation Committee" is a file containing materials related to a small part of the Administrative Board of the Columbia University Special Service Corps dedicated to investigating solutions to the problem of transporting oil and water supplies in a desert campaign. The committee was comprised of Joseph Warren Barker (Dean of the Engineering School), President Nicholas Murray Butler, Frederick Coykendall, Gano Dunn, Frank D. Fackenthal, Charles Spencer, and Professor James T. Shotwell. Oaths of Secrecy and Espionage Act Agreement forms for Barker, Butler, Coykendall and Dunn are in the file along with correspondence concerning the composition and objectives of the committee. There are also two copies of reports. One was a report on meetings with British, Australian and Canadian Legations in Washington, DC from 13 January 1942 and the other is a report entitled "Water and Gasoline Supplies in a Desert Campaign; Plan to economize in the use of Truck Transport."

  • Series II: Government Contracts

    This series is similar to the personnel clearance files found in Series I, but these files are different and have consequently been kept as an independent series. The contract work these files deal with spans both the wartime and post-war periods. The folders have been kept in the order they were originally found (which at times seems to be loosely based on the contract numbers involved) as have the contents of the files. In addition to the usual preservation measures, most of the original file folders were photocopied to retain information about the contract number, found on the folder tab, or handwritten notes on the folder itself. Original file names were kept; new ones were created only if the original was non-existent or inappropriate to the contents. The majority of the files are personnel files. Contents include signed forms, letters of reference, fingerprints, tax information, salary information, grade lists, family and other personal information and termination notices. Interestingly, there are even personnel clearance records for construction workers and maintenance workers who had jobs in Pupin and other buildings where much of this top secret war work was taking place. In addition to personnel files, there are also files containing general lists for the various research groups, requisition forms (for both employees and materials), salary recommendation forms, blank forms used by the people involved in this work, salary lists, and a book listing badge numbers. Much of the materials appear to be associated with atomic research or the Atomic Energy Commission. Contract numbers referred to within these files are: AT-30-2-GEN-16 (subcontracts S-165 and S-162); EIDM MI-4 MS; EIDM I-1 CU; W7405-eng-50 (referred to very heavily); W-31-109 eng17; EIDM D-22; EIDM-AA-1 CU; AT-30-1 GEN-72; AT-30-1 GEN-70; W-31-109 eng15; AT-30-1-GEN-257; W-31-109 eng14.

    File Dividers between sections of files now in box 11 were removed, but existed as follows: (1)"Contract AT-30-1 GEN-71" and includes files "Blau, Marietta" to "Hebbe, Gloria J." (2)"Restricted – By U.S. Engineer Office" includes "Jacobs, Abraham H." to "Extra Copies Signed Forms" (3) "Contract W-31-109-ENG-17" no files (4) "Contract AT-30-1-GEN-257" includes "Cerussi, Marie I." to end of box.

    The personnel files found in this sub-series are arranged alphabetically by name of individual and material has been kept in the order it was originally found in the files; consequently, the contents of the files may not be strictly chronological. Some are very full of correspondence and forms while others consist of only one or two pieces of paper. The material within these files is extensive and contains much personal information (usually in the form of an application or questionnaire, but also fingerprints and school transcripts ) as well as information about salary, letters of reference, signed forms (secrecy, patent, citizenship), travel vouchers, salary appeal applications and correspondence about the person's involvement (or termination) from particular research projects. Most of this correspondence is routine in nature, though there are instances of more unique correspondence in regards to a particular situation involving the individual. ID Photos have been kept in the files when they appear. There is a lot of correspondence signed by Lester R. Watson, Personnel Director of the Government Contracts Division. Contracts referred to in these files include: W-31-109-eng-15 and W7405-eng-50. Some of these files are water damaged

  • Series III: Committee for War Relief

    This series is comprised of alphabetical subject files kept by the Committee and Committee materials found originally in other boxes of WWII materials. The two sets of files were combined into one alphabetically arranged series. The contents of the files have been arranged as chronologically as possible with undated items at the backs of folders. Files contain correspondence, minutes, financial information, bank statements (1943-1946, their account was closed on October, 1946), financial ledgers, publications from related organizations, newsletters, memos, receipts and invoices (sometimes attached to relevant correspondence), photographs, reports, lists, sign-in sheets, statistics, donation record books, and other printed matter (flyers, postcard announcements, etc.). These files document the varied activities of this group during the war years, though some materials are duplicated elsewhere in the collection (e.g. course flyers can also be found in the Civilian Defense files). The "Seeds for Britain Project" folder contains communication with Professor Hugh Findlay, who gave lectures on gardening in 1943 and 1944.

  • Series IV: Civilian Defense

    This series contains correspondence, memos, lists, minutes, newsletters, newspaper clippings, and ephemera (actual ID cards and armbands) concerning the activities of the civilian defense program at Columbia University. Issues include civilian defense courses, air raid drills, and building control activities. The original order of this series was lost prior to processing so a new order was imposed based on the subject matter of the materials.

    Correspondence in this series is primarily from Nicholas McKnight, Director of the Civilian Defense Program, but a significant amount of communication also comes from Fon W. Boardman, Jr. who was Assistant to the Director of the Civilian Defense Program. Boardman was in charge of ID card and armband distribution, a well documented aspect of the program in these files. In addition to correspondence and materials concerning the activities of the various committees and the Student Auxiliary Corps within the university community, McKnight's dealings with suburban defense organizations (particularly in New Jersey), the NYC Police Department, and the local New York civilian defense councils is also documented.

    Three incidents are of particular note. These include December, 1941 correspondence between McKnight and representatives of Harvard, McGill University, University of Pennsylvania, Stanford and Yale regarding the civilian defense activities at those institutions; December, 1941 and early January, 1942 correspondence from students and staff concerning how they could help the war effort on campus in the wake of Pearl Harbor; and correspondence within the Barnard file concerning civilian defense activities on that campus and how it would work within the larger program forming at Columbia.

  • Series V: Educational and Military Training Programs

    This series contains bulletins, graduation programs, publications, newspaper articles, speeches, conference proceedings and other printed matter relating to military training programs at Columbia. The programs included the United States Naval Reserve (U.S.N.R.) Midshipmen's School, the Navy V-12 program and the U.S. Navy School of Military Government and Administration. Educational programs are represented by course descriptions, announcements, newspaper clippings and information about various educational opportunities related to the war effort. Usually the material is about intensive courses and programs in language or engineering and related sciences. Newspaper clipping file includes articles about courses designed specifically for women dated from 1942 and one from June, 1943.

  • Series VI: Selective Service

    This series is comprised of an alphabetical file of correspondence, affidavits, forms and applications and memos regarding individuals (ca.1943-1945) who were considered vital to the university and were requesting deferment from military service ("occupational deferment"). Most correspondence is with Frank D. Fackenthal, Provost of the University, and local draft boards, though there are often letters from deans of schools (e.g., James Kip Finch of the School of Engineering, N.M. McKnight of Columbia College) advocating on behalf of a specific staff or faculty member. Correspondence pleads the cases of these individuals, arguing the importance of their work to the university and that their skills would be irreplaceable if drafted. Within the correspondence, there are often references to standard forms which are not necessarily attached to the cover letters (most of which are carbon copies of the original correspondence). Materials are arranged alphabetically within each folder.

    Amongst the people applying for deferments were notable Columbia personalities such as Jacques Barzun, Karl Menges and Mario Salvadori. But not only professors and researchers were asking for deferments. Mr. Peter Mouzakis, First Cook who worked in John Jay Hall Dining Room was recommended for deferment by Thomas A. McGoey, director of University Residence Halls due to his "experience in handling the food preparation problem of 2,000 Midshipmen and trainees who are stationed at Columbia University." (letter, March 24, 1945). He was still classified as 1A (available immediately for military service) by his local Selective Service board.

    A second set of alphabetical files contains correspondence, applications, forms, and memos for specific individuals seeking educational deferments in the immediate post-war period (1946-1947). Most of this correspondence is with Albert Jacobs, Assistant to Acting President Frank D. Fackenthal. Also included in this series are files with information and forms distributed to Columbia College students regarding selective service as well as files containing general policies and regulations of the Faculty Deferment Section of the U.S. Office of Education regarding such deferments from Selective Service (see article from New York Sun 6 August 1946). For instance, people involved in physics and engineering were considered important enough to avoid the draft; there were apparent successful attempts to broaden the definition of "important and indispensable" to educators in other fields, since there were so many GI's going back to school.

    Selective Service Classifications encountered in this series: 1A: Available immediately for military service 2A: Deferred in support of national health, safety or interest 2B: Deferred in support of war production 4F: Registrants not acceptable for military service. Rejected for physical, mental or moral reasons

  • Series VII: Service Records

    This series consists of surveys, questionnaires, forms and lists from a successful attempt by the university to document the war activities (both military and civilian) of its faculty, staff and alumni. Includes original forms filled out by individuals as well as compilation lists from these surveys. There were three main attempts at gathering this information: the Alumni War Record, the Armed Services Status Surveys, and the War Activities Questionnaire.

    The Alumni War Record includes correspondence from 1942-1943 regarding how colleges and universities were to keep up with their alumni who were entering the armed forces and how to create a war record. This part of the series includes lists of CU alumni in the armed forces (ca. 1942-1943) as well as examples of the printed matter sent out to collect alumni war record info. The Armed Services Status Surveys were sent to all departments of the University in 1950 to find out who had served in WWII as well as current military involvement (e.g., reserve unit, drafted, etc.). The files are arranged alphabetically, university offices first and then academic departments. Individual surveys are arranged alphabetically within a folder.

    The War Activities Questionnaire comprises the bulk of this series. This was an attempt by the Office of the Secretary to survey all the faculty and staff at the University as to their participation in the war effort. Organized by Philip M. Hayden, Secretary of the University in 1946-1947, the Secretary was insistent that he obtain responses from everyone. Materials include departmental rosters/lists, completed survey forms, correspondence and memos regarding gathering of information, questionnaires filled out by faculty, instructors, research assistants, associates, assistant professors, and the occasional other (e.g., Trustees, chaplains, registrars, deans). Folders are arranged alphabetically by name of department, school or office and surveys are arranged alphabetically within each folder.

  • Series VIII: Subject Files

    This series consists of newspaper clippings, speeches, publications, printed matter and press releases from the time period. The clippings files found in this series are arranged alphabetically by subject and are either of very general nature or not associated directly with topics addressed in other series which will contain their own appropriate clippings files. Topics include: anti-war protests (mainly the April, 1935 peace strike), Columbia's war service, Barnard College's contributions to the war effort, students and alumni in the armed services, war activities of professors and administrators, the activities of Russian students studying at Columbia during these years. Other subjects of note addressed by this series include 1940 Academic Freedom issues and the controversy surrounding the dismissal of six medical students from The College of Physicians and Surgeons in 1935 (found in the Newspaper Clippings – Anti-War Protest file). Information about a few wartime related conferences and transcripts of a number of speeches by university and non-university personalities can be found here, as well as some publications by the university (e.g., "Memorandum from Morningside") and from outside the university (e.g, "War Records Collector" newsletter). Also of interest are wartime newsletters published by St. Paul's Chapel Choir and a collection of letters that contain updates about members of the St. Paul's Chapel Choir who were involved in the war.

    The post-war period is also significantly represented in this series, mostly in relation to the influx of veterans enrolling as students, but also addressing such matters as the formation of the United Nations (Virginia Gildersleeve, Dean of Barnard College, was a representative to the San Francisco conference) and book republication projects for Germany. The files addressing the topic of veterans include newspaper clippings and other printed matter about these students, their needs and concerns (e.g. tuition increase controversy in 1946) as well as two bound volumes documenting Shanks Village, a housing project near Nyack, NY for students and veterans after the war.

Using the Collection

Rare Book and Manuscript Library

Restrictions on Access

This collection is located on-site.

Terms Governing Use and Reproduction

Single photocopies may be made for research purposes. The RBML maintains ownership of the physical material only. Copyright remains with the creator and his/her heirs. The responsibility to secure copyright permission rests with the patron.

Preferred Citation

Identification of specific item; Date (if known); Columbia University in World War II Collection; Box and Folder; University Archives, Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Columbia University in the City of New York.

Selected Related Material-- at Columbia

Central Files, 1890-2006

See, in particular, the Franz Boas, George B. Pegram, James Finch Kip, Herbert Hawkes, William F. Russell, Joseph W. Barker, Horatio Smith, Harry Morgan Ayres, Paul Felix Lazarsfeld, Edward B. Fox, Albert C. Jacobs, Philip C. Jessup, Henry McAlpin Schley, Schuyler C. Wallace, Oscar James Campbell, James W. Angell, Ferderick A. Goetze, Frank Diehl Fackenthal, Thomas A. McGoey. John K. Richards, Nicholas Murray Butler, U.S. Army, U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, U.S. Navy, U.S. War Department, and U.S. War Man Power Commission files.

Additionally, the publications Side Boy and Pass In Review (call# CT9 P2), and the University's Annual Reports, 1940-1946 will prove useful in understanding the University during the war.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Source of acquisition--University Archives and Rare Book & Manuscript Library. Method of acquisition--Transfer; Date of acquisition--1997, 2002.

About the Finding Aid / Processing Information

Columbia University Libraries, Rare Book and Manuscript Library

Processing Information

Papers processed Jocelyn Wilk 2002-2003, 2006.

Finding aid written Jocelyn Wilk 2003.

Finding aid reformatted Elizabeth Nolte (GSAS 2009) 2008.

Revision Description

2012-3-28 xml document instance created by Carrie Hintz

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

Subject Headings

The subject headings listed below are found in this collection. Links below allow searches at Columbia University through the Archival Collections Portal and through CLIO, the catalog for Columbia University Libraries, as well as ArchiveGRID, a catalog that allows users to search the holdings of multiple research libraries and archives.

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Genre/Form

Heading "CUL Archives:"
"Portal"
"CUL Collections:"
"CLIO"
"Nat'l / Int'l Archives:"
"ArchivedGRID"
Applications Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Clippings (Information Artifacts) Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Correspondence Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Ephemera (general object genre) Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Forms (documents) Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Ledgers (account books) Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Lists (document genres) Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Press releases Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Questionnaires Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Reports Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Speeches (documents) Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
minutes (administrative records) Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID

Subject

Heading "CUL Archives:"
"Portal"
"CUL Collections:"
"CLIO"
"Nat'l / Int'l Archives:"
"ArchivedGRID"
Columbia University Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Columbia University. Committee for United War Relief Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Columbia University. Division of War Research Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
World War, 1939-1945 -- Education and the war Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
World War, 1939-1945 -- Recruiting, enlistment, etc Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
World War, 1939-1945 -- Veterans Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
World War, 1939-1945 -- War work -- Schools Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
World War, 1939-1945 -- Women Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID

History / Biographical Note

Histoical Note

As an institution and a community, Columbia University completely mobilized its people and resources in order to help the United States and its allies, as well as protect itself from possible enemy attack, during World War II. The war affected the University most directly once the U.S. was involved, but the topic had entered the campus consciousness as early as 1933, when the merits of entering into war were debated on campus by faculty and students alike. By the fall of 1941, with war raging in Europe, it was becoming more and more likely the U.S. would eventually be drawn into the conflict. In response, the University began preparing itself for the contingencies of war, well before the attack on Pearl Harbor in December of that year.

The University participated in the war effort in several major ways: government-aided research, civilian defense, war relief, and military and educational training programs. Scientific research was conducted both on campus and in laboratories on Long Island and in Connecticut. Columbia engaged in research in the fields of engineering, physics, and medicine, ranging from high profile programs like the Manhattan Project to lesser known projects such as one developing underwater sonar systems. Research conducted during WWII sometimes continued into the post-war period, and new research projects were given to the university as the connections between government agencies and the University begun during the war period continued and grew.

Two major programs instituted on campus, in addition to the ongoing research in the many labs in and around campus, were Civilian Defense and the Committee for War Relief. Civilian Defense, a domain mainly controlled by men on campus, was comprised of six different committees: Committee on Campus Protection (including the Building Control Division), Committee on Community Education, Committee on Courses of Training, Committee on Protection of Valuable Possessions, Committee on Technical Advice, and Committee on Volunteer Participation. Another important sub-division of the Civilian Defense program was the Student Auxiliary Corps (SAC) comprising five different squads – fire, first aid, campus patrol, information desk and communications. All of these committees used the talents and manpower of those in the campus community to institute defensive measures such as blackout regulations, air raid drills, evacuation procedures, and training in first-aid. The committee also acted as a liaison between Columbia and the larger New York City and metropolitan area communities and their civilian defense programs.

Committee for War Relief was mainly the domain of women within the Columbia community and acted primarily as a fundraising organization. It raised money through the organization of fairs, concerts and lectures in order to aid people suffering in war torn countries, such as Britain and France. In addition to fundraising, this group also organized volunteers to make surgical dressings, knit socks, organize blood drives and hold lectures on home front activities, such as growing victory gardens.

Columbia also made its facilities available to the military as a place where thousands of new recruits could be housed and instructed in the United States Naval Reserve (U.S.N.R.) Midshipmen's School, the Navy V-12 program and the U.S. Navy School of Military Government and Administration. Additionally, the university adjusted its coursework within the college and other areas of the school to meet the new needs of wartime. Thus, map-making classes, more engineering courses, speeded up degree programs, and intensive language courses in Japanese and German were instituted.

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Series I: Division of Government Aided Research

This series consists of correspondence, signed forms, applications, memos, financial statements, lists, and assorted printed matter regarding the government sponsored research programs undertaken by Columbia University and the personnel involved in these research efforts. The majority of the files date from the World War II era but the collection extends into the post-war period, to the mid 1950s. Although the war may have been over, the work begun during the wartime period quickly adapted itself to the post-war needs of the country, hence its inclusion in this collection. Originally called the Office of War Research, the name changed after World War II to Division of Government Aided Research. This later designation is the one used to describe this series.

The bulk of the materials in this series deal with personnel issues (e.g., salary, clearance, termination) but also addresses financial matters, requisitions and the occasional report on the projects themselves.

Folders not associated with a sub-series are found at the beginning of this series. These include material from subject files related to scientific research at Columbia as well as at some other institutions, relevant newspaper clippings, reports, and correspondence. Division of Government Aided Research – Correspondence consists of four files containing correspondence related to the activities of the Division of Government Aided Research. Includes correspondence from George B. Pegram (from 1949 and 1950s) regarding amendments to existing contracts and new contracts. Among the contracts discussed are some which deal with the issue of urban land use. Correspondence from 1951-1952 is from one assistant to another who was associated with the Committee on Government Aided Research and deals primarily with personnel issues such as appointments, terminations, and salary reviews. Atomic Energy Research – Letters of Appreciation contains copies of letters sent by Frank Diehl Fackenthal, acting president of the University, on Feb 18, 1946 to the other universities and colleges who provided personnel to work on the Manhattan Project at Columbia University. The letters thank them for their cooperation and present them with a facsimile of a scroll presented to Columbia University by the government for its work on this project. Also includes replies to this letter from some of the institutions. Correspondence is arranged alphabetically by name of institution within the file. Patent Agreements – Faculty (1951-1952) is composed of signed patent agreements by faculty members participating in government aided research in the post-war period, arranged alphabetically by last name of signee in one file folder.

Three folders of materials were added to this series in August 2006. "National Defense Research Committee – Deferment Letters" contains copies of form letters to Dr. George B. Pegram from Frank D. Fackenthal regarding "Form 42A" and letters of recommendation for individuals employed on various research contracts who were attempting to defer military service between July 1943 and July 1944. The form and the letters are not included in this file, only the cover letter to Pegram. "Reserve List Questionnaires" are questionnaires that were provided by the Office of Scientific Research and Development to all the scientific and technical research workers in the 1940s. All the respondents appear to be employees of Columbia University and some of these individuals can also be found among those noted in sub-series I.2, Personnel Clearance. The questionnaire was comprised of 14 questions including full name, age, address, selective service information, present work, academic training, experience, professional expertise, employer's rating as to replacement, civil service status, marital status and dependents, and amount of time spent on OSRD work at that time. The questionnaires are arranged alphabetically by last name of respondent. "Transportation Committee" is a file containing materials related to a small part of the Administrative Board of the Columbia University Special Service Corps dedicated to investigating solutions to the problem of transporting oil and water supplies in a desert campaign. The committee was comprised of Joseph Warren Barker (Dean of the Engineering School), President Nicholas Murray Butler, Frederick Coykendall, Gano Dunn, Frank D. Fackenthal, Charles Spencer, and Professor James T. Shotwell. Oaths of Secrecy and Espionage Act Agreement forms for Barker, Butler, Coykendall and Dunn are in the file along with correspondence concerning the composition and objectives of the committee. There are also two copies of reports. One was a report on meetings with British, Australian and Canadian Legations in Washington, DC from 13 January 1942 and the other is a report entitled "Water and Gasoline Supplies in a Desert Campaign; Plan to economize in the use of Truck Transport."


Sub-Series 1: General



Box 1 Folder 1 Applied Physics Laboratory, John Hopkins University, 1945


Box 1 Folder 2 Atomic Bomb Research—Newspaper Clippings & Press Releases, 1945-1946


Box 1 Folder 3 Atomic Bomb Research—Recognition Presentation, 1945


Box 1 Folder 4 Atomic Energy Project—Letters of Appreciation, 1945-1946


Box 1 Folder 5 Chemical Warfare Laboratories—Officer Lists, 1942-1944


Box 1 Folder 6 to 9 Correspondence, 1949-1952 June, (4 Folders)


Box 1 Folder 10 Memoranda & Sample Form Letters, 1941-1945


Box 1 Folder 11 MIT Radiation Laboratory, 1945



Box 57 Folder 3 National Defense Research Committee—Deferment Letters, 1943-1944



Box 1 Folder 12 Patent Agreements—Faculty Members, 1951-1952



Box 57 Folder 4-5 Reserved List Questionnaires (A-Z), 1940s, (2 Folders)


Box 57 Folder 6 Transportation Committee, 1942


Sub-Series 2: War Filing

This sub-series is composed of correspondence files originating from various offices and personnel within the Division of Government Aided Research. The sub-series is arranged alphabetically by folder title and then chronologically where applicable. An index to the correspondence for 1944-1945 alphabetical correspondence files is also included. War Filing – Alpha 1944-1945 consists of alphabetically and chronologically arranged correspondence regarding contracts (funding, termination of, extension of, amendments to), personnel issues (salaries, appointments and terminations), compensation, activities on campus (military training), space issues (including restoration of space to the University from military), new selective service issues and deferment of Columbia employees. Reports found in these files include two from James Kip Finch, one regarding Engineering, Science, and Management War Training activities from July 1, 1943 to June 30, 1944 and a final report of the War Training Program at C.U. dated 24 March 1945. Information regarding classification of documents and research and Trustee minutes reporting on completed contracts and lists of people involved (Oct. 2, 1944, Dec 4, 1944, May 7, 1945) are also included. Correspondence of note includes: letters with General Electric regarding contract work, correspondence concerning the New London Labs, Professor Edwin Matzke correspondence of 27-29 September 1944 concerning the return of valuables in storage to campus, and correspondence with the War Manpower Commission. Also addressed is the restoration of SAM Labs space (found in "M-S" file) and the restoration of Chandler Museum to the University.

War Filing – Alpha 1945-1946 consists of alphabetically and chronologically arranged correspondence regarding contracts, compensation, reimbursements, activities on campus (military training), space issues (restoration of space to the University from military), declassification of research reports, extension of contracts, termination of appointments, and salary revisions. These post-war files show the shift from wartime research to peace-time research and more details about the research work are revealed in letters and reports. Among the more notable items found in these files is the May 23, 1946 application from Robert C. Elderfield concerning the possible continuation of his malaria research under Public Health auspices after the termination of the government contract (the extension was approved by the National Institute of Health on June 20, 1946). Summaries of war research work can be found in these files, particularly within a report compiled primarily by Frank D. Fackenthal indicating how many people participated, number of contracts, and other relevant figures. October 1945 and May 1946 Trustee minutes report on contracts completed and list people involved, and a summary of the research work at the New London Laboratory is found in a December, 1945 report by Harry Gross. Post-war issues such as the role of the C.U. Radiation Lab in a post-war world (filed under "Kellogg" dated Dec 10, 1945), the discontinuation of the Navy V-12 program, and the necessity of continuing secrecy about the atomic bomb project, despite the cessation of hostilities with Japan, are also discussed with these files. The atomic bomb topic is discussed within the "US Army" file.

Joseph Campbell (Assistant Treasurer – Office of Treasurer, Government Contracts Division) war filing is comprised mostly of copies of correspondence to Campbell from Fackenthal advising him of appointments, terminations, salary issues, supply orders, patent issues, and basic information on contracts and amendments to contracts. None of the actual contracts referred to in the letters are in these files, though the numbers of the contracts are noted. Organizational chart for OSRD is in the September-October 1944 file. Some of the correspondence is original when it is from Campbell himself. These original letters mostly deal with amendments to contracts and/or agreements with other institutions.

W. Emerson Gentzler (Bursar, Office of the Bursar) war filing correspondence concerns contracts, salaries, funding, approval of funding, reimbursement to the University, etc. Correspondence is entirely with Frank D. Fackenthal. Frederick A. Goetze (Treasurer, Office of Treasurer, Government Contracts Division) war filing correspondence and memos regarding contracts (e.g., giving them to Goetze for filing), letters of intent regarding contracts, contract extensions, financial matters, letters requesting contacts to be signed by Fackenthal, budgets, summaries of financial statements, changes made to contracts, and information regarding supplements to contracts. Correspondence refers to contract numbers, but actual contracts not in files. Includes copies of correspondence from W.H. Lane to Fackenthal. W.H. Lane (Business Manager, Government Contract Division) war filing consists of correspondence regarding contracts and contract extensions - but all from the financial perspective. This correspondence often gives more specifics regarding certain contracts – usually about modifications to be made to the contracts. Includes information concerning contracts dealing with Midshipmen's School as well as with the General Electric Company. This correspondence is a little less "routine" than that found in the Pegram and Goetze files. As with the other files, most of the attachments noted in this correspondence (e.g, contracts, other letters) are not in this file.

George B. Pegram (Head of Division of War Research) war filing consists of correspondence and memos regarding government contracts, staffing lists, staffing salaries, appointments, termination of employment, and other similar personnel matters. All correspondence is rather routine in nature. None of the actual contracts referred to in the letters are in these files, though the numbers of the contracts are noted. Also includes procurement applications (requests for proposal and contractor's proposal), lists of eligible people for work. Nearly all correspondence is with Frank D. Fackenthal. Some letters from the later period in 1946-1947 is with Albert C. Jacobs.

Willard C. Rappleye (Dean of College of Physicians & Surgeons) war filing consists of correspondence concerning contracts, modifications to contracts, termination, personnel issues, medical research, and the extension of proposals. These extension proposals actually describe findings to date of the experiments in question. An example of such a proposal is Heidelberger "Antigens of the Parasites of Human Malaria" extension application dated August 9, 1944. These files provide far more specific information regarding research projects than many of the other war filing files. Much correspondence is with Fackenthal, but also with other War Division personalities, such as W.H. Lane. Later correspondence is with J. Enrique Zanetti,, Associate Provost, and Albert Jacobs.



Box 2 Folder 1 Index, 1944-1945


Box 2 Folder 2-5 A-Z, 1944-1945, (4 Folders)


Box 2 Folder 6-7 A-K, 1945-1946, (2 Folders)



Box 3 Folder 1 L-National, 1945-1946


Box 3 Folder 2 Navy Department, 1945-1946


Box 3 Folder 3 Ne-T, 1945-1946


Box 3 Folder 4 U.S. Army, 1945-1946


Box 3 Folder 5 W-Z, 1945-1946


Joseph Campbell


Box 3 Folder 6-10 1943 July 12-1945 June, 1943 July, (5 Folders)



Box 4 Folder 1-3 1945 July-1946 June, (3 Folders)


Box 4 Folder 4 W. Emerson Gentzler, 1945 July-1946 June


Frederick A. Goetze


Box 4 Folder 5-10 1944 July-1945 September, (6 Folders)



Box 5 Folder 1-3 1945 October-1946 June, (3 Folders)


Box 5 Folder 4-5 W.H. Lane, Jr., 1945 July-1946 June, (2 Folders)


George B. Pegram


Box 5 Folder 6-9 1944 July 1-September 11, 1944 July, (4 Folders)



Box 6 Folder 1-7 1944 September 12-1945 March 15, (7 Folders)



Box 7 Folder 1-8 1945 March 16-1945 October, 1945 March, (8 Folders)



Box 8 Folder 1-8 1945 November 1-1948 June, 1945 November, (8 Folders)



Box 9 Folder 1-2 1948 July-1949 June, (2 Folders)


Box 9 Folder 3-9 Willard C. Rappleye, 1944 August-1949 April, (7 Folders)


Box 9 Folder 10 War Department, 1946 July-1947 June, 1949 April, 1946, 1949 April


Sub-Series 3: Personnel Clearance

This sub-series contains documents and correspondence related to the personnel clearance of individuals (both men and women) involved in government aided/sponsored research conducted under the auspices of Columbia University. The materials are very much of a routine nature, consisting primarily of form letters and completed applications. Among the types of documents found in these files are: oaths of secrecy, patent agreements, signed copies of The Espionage Act, personal information/qualification records, letters/memos regarding salary and appointments (some note the number of the government contract), cross reference memos and termination certificates. There is sometimes other kinds of correspondence, such as letters advocating deferment from selective service, accounts and analysis of expenses/salary, reimbursement, and library privileges.

The original folders noted the name of the individual and also contained a designation on the right-hand part of the folder tag. There is no clear indication of what was meant by this designation, though it appears to indicate which program or person's research the individual in question was associated. Some examples of these markings are: "NL" (New London, CT - US Navy Underwater Sound Laboratory, Fort Trumball, New London, CT), "Urey-Dunning", "Benedict" (Ruth Benedict?), "Hopkins", "Attwood", "La Mer". All of these markings have been transferred as best as possible onto the new folders, though, due to difficulties deciphering handwriting, some information may have been transcribed inaccurately. Some files did not have such designations and most of the files with the "NL" designation were stamped "May 4, 1942." Again, the significance of this is not known. Contents of individual folders were kept as originally found, unless there were two or less pieces of paper in a file. Those smaller amounts of paper were consolidated in general alphabetical files with individual names noted on the front of the folder. Please note, Q through U names are missing from this sub-series with the exception of one "S" file for Freda Skobel.

Four folders of materials were added to this series in August 2006. One personnel clearance record for Ralph Grant Flowers was integrated into the existing alphabetical order. "Pending Appointments – Oaths" contains signed Patent Agreements, Espionage Act forms, and Oath of Secrecy forms for individuals who were apparently (at the time) not yet assigned to a particular project. These individuals all hailed from The California Institute of Technology, Worcester Polytechnic Institute or Columbia's Division of National Defense Research located at Fort Trumball in New London, CT. Individuals include: Maurice A. Boit, Charles W. Cornforth, James W. Daily, Frank S. Flinlayson, Kenneth Gerald Merriman, Glen W. Miller, John G. Roberts, Bruce Hornbrook Sage, Garrett Van Pelt, and Vito Vanoni. "Treasurer's Office – Oaths" contains signed copies of the Oath of Secrecy and Espionage Act Agreements by members of that administrative office. The paperwork is all dated 18 February 1942. Individuals include: Charles H. Alderton, Joseph Campbell, Louise K. Faig, E. Dee George, Frederick A. Goetze, Dixon B. Griswold, Elsie L.S. Hayes, Frank W. Higbie, Ralph B. Menke, Irene A. Murray, Hildegard M. Rosen, Myrtle E. Sedgeman, Ferrell Taylor, Thomas James Wake, and William Whitehead. "Worcester Polytechnic Institute – Oaths" contains signed Patent Agreements, Oaths of Secrecy and Espionage Act Agreements for individuals who were employed by Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Massachusetts but were working on war research projects at the lab at Fort Trumball, New London, CT. Individuals include: Chales M. Allen, Lawrence C. Neale, Hobart A. Newell, Edwin A. Taylor, and William Blanchard Wadsworth.



Box 10 Folder 1 A-F, 1946 1951-1952, 1946, 1951-1952


Box 10 Folder 2 Anderson, George Bayles, 1947-1948


Box 10 Folder 3 Baily, Norman A., 1946-1948


Box 10 Folder 4 Bateson, Margaret Mead, 1947-1948


Box 10 Folder 5 Beck, Henry Charles, 1946-1951


Box 10 Folder 6 Becker, Gordon Edward, 1943-1946 1951, 1943-1946, 1951


Box 10 Folder 7 Bendler, Albert J., 1951


Box 10 Folder 8 Benedict, Joseph T., 1950-1952


Box 10 Folder 9 Bernstein, Milton J., 1942-1948 1950-1951, 1942-1948, 1950-1951


Box 10 Folder 10 Brand, Erwin, 1943-1948 1950, 1943-1948, 1950


Box 10 Folder 11 Bunzel, Ruth, 1947


Box 10 Folder 12 Byas, Andrew F., 1944 1946 1950-1951, 1944, 1946, 1950-1951


Box 10 Folder 13 Contos, George A., 1951-1952


Box 10 Folder 14 Costello, Alfred W., 1945-1946 1948 1950-1951, 1945-1946, 1948, 1950-1951


Box 10 Folder 15 Cotton, Eugene S., 1948


Box 10 Folder 16 Dechert, Clifford D., 1943 1946 1948 1950-1951, 1943, 1946, 1948, 1950-1951


Box 10 Folder 17 Edgerley, Robert H., 1947-1949


Box 10 Folder 18 Erlanger, Bernard Ferdinand, 1948 1950, 1948, 1950


Box 10 Folder 19 Ewing, John I., 1948 1951, 1948, 1951


Box 10 Folder 20 Findlay, Charles Walter, Jr., 1949


Box 10 Folder 21 Finkelstein, Isidore Sigmund, 1948


Box 10 Folder 22 Flowers, Ralph Grant, 1941-1943


Box 10 Folder 23 Follin, James Wightman, Jr., 1941-1944


Box 10 Folder 24 Ford, Michael Joseph, 1944-1945


Box 10 Folder 25 Fowler, Robert D., 1943-1944


Box 10 Folder 26 Fowler, W. Malcolm, 1944


Box 10 Folder 27 Fox, Charles L., Jr., 1944


Box 10 Folder 28 Fox, Robert A., 1942


Box 10 Folder 29 Fox, Robert L., 1942


Box 10 Folder 30 Fracker, Henry Edward, 1942


Box 10 Folder 31 Frank, Natalie Isadora, 1945


Box 10 Folder 32 Frank, Peter, 1949-1950


Box 10 Folder 33 Frank, Philipp G., 1944-1945


Box 10 Folder 34 Frank, Sylvia R., 1943


Box 10 Folder 35 Frankenthaler, Anne, 1943-1944


Box 10 Folder 36 Frantz, Virginia Kneeland, 1944


Box 10 Folder 37 Fredenksen, Norman Oliver, 1945-1946


Box 10 Folder 38 Freed, Simon, 1943-1944


Box 10 Folder 39 French, Edwin C., 1944


Box 10 Folder 40 French, Robert Linton, 1944-1945


Box 10 Folder 41 Fricker, John N., 1942-1944


Box 10 Folder 42 Friedman, Marjorie, 1943-1945


Box 10 Folder 43 Friedman, Milton, 1943-1945


Box 10 Folder 44 Fritz, William H., 1942-1945


Box 10 Folder 45 Fromm, Winfield Eric, 1941-1945


Box 10 Folder 46 Frosch, Robert A., 1951-1952


Box 10 Folder 47 Fryer, Holly Claire, 1944-1945


Box 10 Folder 48 Fuller, Edward C., 1944


Box 10 Folder 49 Fullerton, Dick P., Jr., 1942


Box 10 Folder 50 Furst, Franklin, 1943-1945


Box 10 Folder 51 Fusco, Anthony J., 1944


Box 10 Folder 52 G-H, 1945-1952


Box 10 Folder 53 Gralbreath, Jean, 1944-1946


Box 10 Folder 54 Garbe, Evelyn R., 1944-1945


Box 10 Folder 55 Gardiner, Robert A., 1942


Box 10 Folder 56 Gardiner, Earl B., 1943


Box 10 Folder 57 Gardner, George Boyd, 1943-1944


Box 10 Folder 58 Gardner, Joseph B., 1942-1945


Box 10 Folder 59 Gehr, George Arthur, 1943-1945


Box 10 Folder 60 Gelfand, Arthur B., 1944-1945


Box 10 Folder 61 Gellerup, Daniel Walter, 1943-1945


Box 10 Folder 62 Gellhorn, Alfred, 1943-1944


Box 10 Folder 63 Germond, Hallett Hunt, 1944


Box 10 Folder 64 Gensler, Walter J., 1943-1946


Box 10 Folder 65 Gentry, William A., 1944-1945



Box 11 Folder 1 Gerjuoy, Edward, 1942-1945


Box 11 Folder 2 Gilbert, Frank Edward, Jr., 1943-1945


Box 11 Folder 3 Gilbert, Franklin Carl, 1941-1942


Box 11 Folder 4 Gilbertson, Lyle I., 1942-1944


Box 11 Folder 5 Giller, Clyde E., 1943-1945


Box 11 Folder 6 Gillett, Glenn D., 1942-1945 1947, 1942-1945, 1947


Box 11 Folder 7 Gillis, Daniel M., 1943-1944


Box 11 Folder 8 Gimprich, Marvin, 1944-1946


Box 11 Folder 9 Ginsburg, Emanuel, 1942-1943


Box 11 Folder 10 Girshick, Meyer A., 1944-1945


Box 11 Folder 11 Giventer, Louise, 1947


Box 11 Folder 12 Glennan, T. Keith, 1942-1945


Box 11 Folder 13 Glover, Nathan, 1944


Box 11 Folder 14 Goben, Grandison Algern, 1943


Box 11 Folder 15 Gold, Louis, 1943


Box 11 Folder 16 Goldberg, Harold D., 1942-1944 1947 1951, 1942-1944, 1947, 1951


Box 11 Folder 17 Goldberg, Henry, 1943-1945


Box 11 Folder 18 Goldberg, Milton, 1942-1944 1947 1951, 1942-1944, 1947, 1951


Box 11 Folder 19 Goldman, David E., 1943-1944


Box 11 Folder 20 Goldman, Leon, 1946


Box 11 Folder 21 Goldstein, Louis, 1944-1946


Box 11 Folder 22 Goldwater, William H., 1944-1945


Box 11 Folder 23 Gongwer, Calvin Andrew, 1941-1945


Box 11 Folder 24 Goodman, Philip D., 1943-1944


Box 11 Folder 25 Gordon, Robert Dean, 1943


Box 11 Folder 26 Gourley, George M., 1942-1945


Box 11 Folder 27 Goyan, Frank Mayer, 1943


Box 11 Folder 28 Goyer, Guy G., 1950 1952, 1950, 1952


Box 11 Folder 29 Grabowski, Edward, 1942-1943


Box 11 Folder 30 Graf, Victor Vincent, 1941-1945


Box 11 Folder 31 Graham, Frank Howard, 1942-1945


Box 11 Folder 32 Graham, Walter Francis, 1942-1945


Box 11 Folder 33 Graham, Elaine H., 1947 1951, 1947, 1951


Box 11 Folder 34 Grantham, Jean, 1945-1947


Box 11 Folder 35 Green, David Ezra, 1944


Box 11 Folder 36 Greenberg, Alexander, 1943-1944


Box 11 Folder 37 Greenberg, Celia E., 1944


Box 11 Folder 38 Greenlee, William B., 1942-1945


Box 11 Folder 39 Greenstein, Frieda, 1944-1945


Box 11 Folder 40 Gregerson, Magnus I., 1942


Box 11 Folder 41 Gregg, Earle C., Jr., 1943-1945


Box 11 Folder 42 Griffin, Ronald H., 1942-1945


Box 11 Folder 43 Griffing, John M., 1943-1945


Box 11 Folder 44 Grimes, Warren R., 1944


Box 11 Folder 45 Grass, Leonard, 1944


Box 11 Folder 46 Gross, William, 1947 1949-1950, 1947, 1949-1950


Box 11 Folder 47 Grosse, Aristid V., 1942-1943


Box 11 Folder 48 Grumbly, William Thomas, 1943-1945


Box 11 Folder 49 Grunbaum, Adolf, 1944 1946-1947, 1944, 1946-1947


Box 11 Folder 50 Grundfest, Harry, 1946 1949, 1946, 1949


Box 11 Folder 51 Guthrie, Albert Nelson, 1945


Box 11 Folder 52 Haefner, Sylvester J., 1942-1945


Box 11 Folder 53 Haendler, Helmut M., 1943-1944


Box 11 Folder 54 Hageman, Howard A., 1943-1947


Box 11 Folder 55 Hagen, Charles W., Jr., 1943


Box 11 Folder 56 Haggstrom, Edith, 1941-1942


Box 11 Folder 57 Haimo, Frank, 1945


Box 11 Folder 58 Hall, Fred Volney, 1943-1944


Box 11 Folder 59 Hall, Ivan C., 1942-1944


Box 11 Folder 60 Hall, Walter Scott, Jr., 1943-1944


Box 11 Folder 61 Halley, Leroy Franklin, 1941-1944


Box 11 Folder 62 Halperin, Eugene, 1943


Box 11 Folder 63 Hamilton, Jefferson M., Jr., 1942


Box 11 Folder 64 Hammel, Edward Frederic, Jr., 1942


Box 11 Folder 65 Hammett, Louis P., 1943



Box 12 Folder 1 Handler, Eugene Harris, 1943-1944


Box 12 Folder 2 Hanson, Russell Oscar, 1941-1945


Box 12 Folder 3 Harder, F. Kenneth, 1943-1944


Box 12 Folder 4 Hardy, Truly C., 1944


Box 12 Folder 5 Hare, Donald George Corkhill, 1941-1945


Box 12 Folder 6 Harrer, Carter J., 1943


Box 12 Folder 7 Harris, Guy Sellers, 1943-1945


Box 12 Folder 8 Harris, Preston, 1943


Box 12 Folder 9 Harris, Victor, 1943-1945


Box 12 Folder 10 Harris, Warren W., 1942-1944


Box 12 Folder 11 Harris, Wilbur Thomas, 1943-1945


Box 12 Folder 12 Harrison, Mark, 1942-1945


Box 12 Folder 13 Harrison, Ulysses M., 1942


Box 12 Folder 14 Hartmann, Erhard, 1942-1945


Box 12 Folder 15 Hartmann, Norma Bailey, 1942-1945


Box 12 Folder 16 Haseth, Howard B., 1942-1945


Box 12 Folder 17 Haskell, Norman Abraham, 1941-1942


Box 12 Folder 18 Hastay, Millard, 1944-1945


Box 12 Folder 19 Hastings, Cecil, 1944-1945


Box 12 Folder 20 Haught, Harold Beynon, 1943-1945


Box 12 Folder 21 Hausman, Lillian Feinstein, 1943-1945


Box 12 Folder 22 Hauter, J. Allan, 1942-1943


Box 12 Folder 23 Havens, William W., Jr., 1942-1943


Box 12 Folder 24 Hawkins, John Norris Albert, 1943-1945


Box 12 Folder 25 Haynes, James Burney, 1941-1945


Box 12 Folder 26 Head, James D., 1943-1946


Box 12 Folder 27 Headley, Lewis M., 1943-1944


Box 12 Folder 28 Hearon, Robert J., 1944


Box 12 Folder 29 Hecht, Selig, 1943


Box 12 Folder 30 Hedlund, Gustav A., 1944-1945


Box 12 Folder 31 Heidelberger, Michael, 1943


Box 12 Folder 32 Held, Kalman M., 1944-1945


Box 12 Folder 33 Heller, William Russell, 1942-1943


Box 12 Folder 34 Heming, Delia E., 1944


Box 12 Folder 35 Hencken, Harold G., 1943-1944


Box 12 Folder 36 Henderson, Walter Armstrong, 1943-1945


Box 12 Folder 37 Hendley, Charles D., 1943-1945


Box 12 Folder 38 Hennington, Howard Hendrick, 1942-1944


Box 12 Folder 39 Henrich, Louis R., 1943-1944


Box 12 Folder 40 Herod, Newton S., 1944


Box 12 Folder 41 Herr, Melvin Donovan, 1943-1944


Box 12 Folder 42 Herrick, Clifford Ernest, Jr., 1942-1944


Box 12 Folder 43 Herrick, John, 1945 1947, 1945, 1947


Box 12 Folder 44 Herring, William Conyers, 1941-1945


Box 12 Folder 45 Herrnfeld, Frank P., 1942-1945


Box 12 Folder 46 Hesse, George Lafayette, 1942-1943


Box 12 Folder 47 Hessin, Marlon Ralph, 1943-1945


Box 12 Folder 48 Hession, John W., Jr., 1943-1944


Box 12 Folder 49 Hestenes, Magnus Rudolph, 1943-1945


Box 12 Folder 50 Hetland, Julius H., 1943-1945


Box 12 Folder 51 Hewitt, Edwin, 1944


Box 12 Folder 52 Hewitt, Norman Lance, 1947


Box 12 Folder 53 Hicks, Clair Winten, 1943-1944


Box 12 Folder 54 Hicks, John F.G., 1943-1944


Box 12 Folder 55 Hidy, John H., 1942-1944


Box 12 Folder 56 Hilbert, Charles Douglas, 1944


Box 12 Folder 57 Hill, Edward Lee, 1944


Box 12 Folder 58 Hillegas, Arthur B., 1943-1945


Box 12 Folder 59 Hirschhorn, Ann R., 1945


Box 12 Folder 60 Hirsty, Sylvain Max, 1948


Box 12 Folder 61 Hiskey, Clarence F., 1942-1943


Box 12 Folder 62 Hixson, Arthur W., 1944-1945


Box 12 Folder 63 Hochberg, Seymore, 1942-1945


Box 12 Folder 64 Hodges, Albert R., 1943-1944


Box 12 Folder 65 Hodges, Kenneth C., 1943-1945



Box 13 Folder 1 Hoezler, John Henry, 1944-1946


Box 13 Folder 2 Hoecker, Frank E., 1944


Box 13 Folder 3 Hoffman, F. William, 1941 1943-1944, 1941, 1943-1944


Box 13 Folder 4 Hollenberg, Arthur Victor, 1942-1946


Box 13 Folder 5 Holley, Ann, 1945


Box 13 Folder 6 Hoff, Henry B., 1942-1945


Box 13 Folder 7 Hoffman, Donald O., 1943-1944


Box 13 Folder 8 Holloway, Lambert A., 1943


Box 13 Folder 9 Holsten, Fred Henry, 1943


Box 13 Folder 10 Hom, Freeman M., 1943-1944


Box 13 Folder 11 Hooper, Leslie James, 1941-1942


Box 13 Folder 12 Hopkins, Joseph Gardner, 1942-1943


Box 13 Folder 13 Hornbeck, John Austin, 1945


Box 13 Folder 14 Horning, Kenneth Baker, 1944-1945


Box 13 Folder 15 Horton, J. Warren, 1941-1945


Box 13 Folder 16 Horton, Martha K., 1943


Box 13 Folder 17 Horvath, William J., 1943-1944


Box 13 Folder 18 Hotelling, Harold, 1942-1944


Box 13 Folder 19 Houston, William V., 1942-1945


Box 13 Folder 20 Howes, Edward Lee, 1942


Box 13 Folder 21 Hsia, Yun, 1948 1950, 1948, 1950


Box 13 Folder 22 Hsu, Eugene T., 1945


Box 13 Folder 23 Hu, Hsien-Chin, 1947 1949, 1947, 1949


Box 13 Folder 24 Hubert, Ruth Rosenbaum, 1943-1945


Box 13 Folder 25 Hudimac, Albert A., 1942-1943


Box 13 Folder 26 Hudson, Paul Kelley, 1944-1945


Box 13 Folder 27 Huffman, John, 1942-1943


Box 13 Folder 28 Hull, Donald E., 1942-1943


Box 13 Folder 29 Hull, Ralph, 1944


Box 13 Folder 30 Hultgren, Harold I., 1942-1944


Box 13 Folder 31 Humm, Daniel Leighton, 1942-1944


Box 13 Folder 32 Humphreys, Richard Franklin, 1945


Box 13 Folder 33 Hunt, Lloyd F., 1944


Box 13 Folder 34 Hunter, Daniel O., 1942


Box 13 Folder 35 Hurd, Frank Wilson, 1942-1943


Box 13 Folder 36 Hurley, Carl R., 1944


Box 13 Folder 37 Hurley, Patrick M., 1942


Box 13 Folder 38 Hutchins, Hugh Victor, 1943


Box 13 Folder 39 Hutchinson, L. Charles, 1943-1945


Box 13 Folder 40 Hutchinson, Clyde A., Jr., 1943-1944


Box 13 Folder 41 Hutchisson, Elmer, 1944-1945 1947, 1944-1945, 1947


Box 13 Folder 42 Hutner, Reina Albagli, 1944-1945


Box 13 Folder 43 I-L, 1942 1946-1951, 1942, 1946-1951


Box 13 Folder 44 Ilgenfritz, Paul, 1944


Box 13 Folder 45 Ihrig, Lyman C., 1943-1945


Box 13 Folder 46 Inghram, Mark Gordon, 1943-1945


Box 13 Folder 47 Inn, Edward Chang Yul, 1948


Box 13 Folder 48 Innes, William B., 1943-1944


Box 13 Folder 49 Isaacson, Stanley L., 1949-1950


Box 13 Folder 50 Isberg, Reuben A., 1942-1945


Box 13 Folder 51 Izenour, George Charles, 1943-1945


Box 13 Folder 52 Jackel, Siman Samuel, 1947


Box 13 Folder 53 Jacob, William P., 1942-1945


Box 13 Folder 54 Jacobs, Harry Nicholas, 1942-1945


Box 13 Folder 55 Jacobsohn, Bons A., 1942-1945


Box 13 Folder 56 Jaffe, Bernard M., 1945


Box 13 Folder 57 Jaffey, Arthur Harold, 1942


Box 13 Folder 58 James, George Wilbur, 1943


Box 13 Folder 59 Jardetzky, Wiatcheslaw, 1950-1952


Box 13 Folder 60 Jasper, Henry Norman, Jr., 1942-1945


Box 13 Folder 61 Jenkins, William Leroy, 1944-1946


Box 13 Folder 62 Jensen, Milford Carleton, 1943-1944


Box 13 Folder 63 Jewett, Harrison L., 1942-1945


Box 13 Folder 64 Joffe, Joseph, 1943


Box 13 Folder 65 Joffe, Natalie Frankel, 1947-1949



Box 14 Folder 1 Johns, William Harry, Jr., 1944-1945


Box 14 Folder 2 Johnson, Balbina A., 1942 1944 1946 1949, 1942, 1944, 1946, 1949


Box 14 Folder 3 Johnson, Gordon W., 1943


Box 14 Folder 4 Johnson, Irving, 1944-1945


Box 14 Folder 5 Johnson, Ralph Magne Wellington, 1942-1944


Box 14 Folder 6 Johnson, Thomas Hope, 1941-1942


Box 14 Folder 7 Johnston, Joseph M., 1947-1949


Box 14 Folder 8 Joly, Paul F., 1943-1945


Box 14 Folder 9 Jones, Ernest Addison, 1943-1945


Box 14 Folder 10 Jones, Merritt Barden, 1943-1945


Box 14 Folder 11 Jones, Nathan Ford, 1943-1944


Box 14 Folder 12 Jones, Wesley M., 1943


Box 14 Folder 13 Joris, George, 1942


Box 14 Folder 14 Judson, Charles Morrill, 1943-1944


Box 14 Folder 15 Julie, Loebe, 1943-1945


Box 14 Folder 16 Kabat, Elvin A., 1942-1945


Box 14 Folder 17 Kaczalski, Efraim, 1948


Box 14 Folder 18 Kahn, Edgar C., 1942-1943


Box 14 Folder 19 Kantner, Harold H., 1943-1945


Box 14 Folder 20 Kaplan, Irving, 1942-1944


Box 14 Folder 21 Kaplansky, Irving, 1944-1945


Box 14 Folder 22 Kappauf, William Emil, Jr., 1945-1946


Box 14 Folder 23 Karig, Horace E., 1943-1945


Box 14 Folder 24 Karlin, John Elias, 1945


Box 14 Folder 25 Karp, Justin, 1942-1943


Box 14 Folder 26 Kashdan, William H., 1943-1944


Box 14 Folder 27 Kasper, John S., 1943-1944


Box 14 Folder 28 Katz, Samuel, 1948 1950, 1948, 1950


Box 14 Folder 29 Kayan, Carl F., 1941


Box 14 Folder 30 Kearin, Gloria Moran, 1948-1949


Box 14 Folder 31 Keller, Harry M., 1943-1944


Box 14 Folder 32 Keller, Joseph B., 1944-1945


Box 14 Folder 33 Keller, Joseph Michels, 1944


Box 14 Folder 34 Keller, Karl Howard, 1942-1945


Box 14 Folder 35 Kelley, Harold Maxwell, 1942-1943


Box 14 Folder 36 Kellogg, Jerome M. B., 1942-1946


Box 14 Folder 37 Kells, Lyman F., 1944


Box 14 Folder 38 Kells, Milton C., 1944


Box 14 Folder 39 Kennard, John W., 1943-1944


Box 14 Folder 40 Kenyon, Edward Clark, 1943-1945


Box 14 Folder 41 Kerze, Frank, Jr., 1942


Box 14 Folder 42 Ketchum, Pierce Waddell, 1944


Box 14 Folder 43 Keye, William Richard, 1943-1944


Box 14 Folder 44 Kiefer, Jack C., 1950


Box 14 Folder 45 Kiehl, Samuel Jacob, Jr., 1941-1944


Box 14 Folder 46 Kimball, George E., 1942-1944


Box 14 Folder 47 Kilpatrick, Martin, 1943-1944


Box 14 Folder 48 King, Barry G., 1942-1943


Box 14 Folder 49 King, Charles Glen, 1943


Box 14 Folder 50 Kingdon, Kenneth Hay, 1941-1942


Box 14 Folder 51 Kingsbury, James T., 1944


Box 14 Folder 52 Kinnard, Luther J., 1944-1945


Box 14 Folder 53 Kip, Arthur F., 1942-1944


Box 14 Folder 54 Kipp, Rudy Bernard, 1943-1945


Box 14 Folder 55 Kirby, William Gooch, 1943-1944


Box 14 Folder 56 Kirkpatrick, David W., 1943-1944


Box 14 Folder 57 Kirshenbaum, Abraham D., 1942-1944


Box 14 Folder 58 Kirshenbaum, Isidor, 1942-1944


Box 14 Folder 59 Kittel, Charles, 1943


Box 14 Folder 60 Kittredge, Clifford P., 1941-1945


Box 14 Folder 61 Klebanow, Robert I., 1943-1944


Box 14 Folder 62 Klein, Martin J., 1944-1945


Box 14 Folder 63 Klein, Marvin Manfred, 1943-1944


Box 14 Folder 64 Klein, Norman Edward, 1941-1945


Box 14 Folder 65 Kleinsorge, L. Janice, 1945


Box 14 Folder 66 Kloepfer, Shirley, 1944


Box 14 Folder 67 Klumph, George B., 1943-1945


Box 14 Folder 68 Knapp, Robert Talbot, 1941-1942


Box 14 Folder 69 Knox, Lawrence Howland, 1944-1945


Box 14 Folder 70 Knox, William J., Jr., 1943-1945


Box 14 Folder 71 Knudson, Wilbur Thomas, 1943-1945



Box 15 Folder 1 Kremer, Chester B., 1943-1945


Box 15 Folder 2 Kroenert, John Theodore, 1943-1948


Box 15 Folder 3 Kroll, Norman M., 1943-1948


Box 15 Folder 4 Kroll, Sally Ruth, 1947


Box 15 Folder 5 Kronberg, Marritt L., 1944


Box 15 Folder 6 Krueger, Robert C., 1944


Box 15 Folder 7 Kuethe, Arnold M., 1943-1944


Box 15 Folder 8 Kung, Jo-fen Tung, 1949-1951


Box 15 Folder 9 Kunin, Robert, 1944


Box 15 Folder 10 Kupchan, S. Morris, 1944-1948


Box 15 Folder 11 Kupferberg, Kenneth M., 1944


Box 15 Folder 12 Kurtz, Abraham, 1942-1945


Box 15 Folder 13 Kusch, Polykarp, 1942-1944


Box 15 Folder 14 Kushner, Albert, 1951-1952


Box 15 Folder 15 Kushner, Joseph B., 1943-1944


Box 15 Folder 16 Kwart, Harold, 1943-1945


Box 15 Folder 17 Kyger, Gilbert M., 1943


Box 15 Folder 18 Labounsky, Alexander, 1943-1944


Box 15 Folder 19 Laderman, Jack, 1949


Box 15 Folder 20 Lagemann, Robert T., 1942-1943


Box 15 Folder 21 Lamar, Edward Stonestreet, 1943-1944


Box 15 Folder 22 Lamb, Willis E., Jr., 1943-1946


Box 15 Folder 23 La Mer, Victor K., 1942-1944


Box 15 Folder 24 Landwehr, Greta, 1947


Box 15 Folder 25 Lane, Elbert Marion, 1941-1944


Box 15 Folder 26 Lang, Francis Sparks, 1944-1945


Box 15 Folder 27 Langley, Ralph Herbert, 1941-1943


Box 15 Folder 28 Lankau, Charles, 1944


Box 15 Folder 29 Lansman, Paul S., 1943-1945


Box 15 Folder 30 Lapuyade, Henry Peter, 1943-1945


Box 15 Folder 31 Larson, Roy Otto, 1943-1945


Box 15 Folder 32 LaSala, Lucy, 1943-1945


Box 15 Folder 33 Lashar, Thomas, 1943-1945


Box 15 Folder 34 Lassettre, Edwin, 1943-1944


Box 15 Folder 35 Lathrop, John Bouse, 1943-1944


Box 15 Folder 36 Lattes, Raffaele, 1943-1945


Box 15 Folder 37 Lauterbach, Herbert George, 1944-1945


Box 15 Folder 38 Lawrence, Beatrice, May, 1946-1947


Box 15 Folder 39 Lawrence, George Chandler, 1942-1945


Box 15 Folder 40 Lawwill, Stanley Joseph, 1944


Box 15 Folder 41 Lederman, Albert, 1946-1949


Box 15 Folder 42 Ledin, Robert Bruce, 1943-1946


Box 15 Folder 43 Lee, Donald Bohl, 1943-1944


Box 15 Folder 44 Lefkowitz, Anne, 1944-1945


Box 15 Folder 45 LeGalley, Donald Paul, 1946


Box 15 Folder 46 Leighton, (Levina) Pauline, 1943-1945


Box 15 Folder 47 Leighton, Walter, Jr., 1943-1944


Box 15 Folder 48 Levi, Howard, 1944-1945


Box 15 Folder 49 Levin, Florence S., 1947


Box 15 Folder 50 Levine, Harriet, 1943-1945


Box 15 Folder 51 Levine, Myra, 1943-1945


Box 15 Folder 52 Le Vine, Richard Y., 1944


Box 15 Folder 53 Levy, Joseph Benjamin, 1947-1948


Box 15 Folder 54 Levy, Robert L., 1943


Box 15 Folder 55 Lewinson, Victor Alan, 1942-1945


Box 15 Folder 56 Lewis, Daniel C., 1943-1945


Box 15 Folder 57 Lewis, John Hopkins, 1943-1945


Box 15 Folder 58 Lewis, Liese, 1944-1945


Box 15 Folder 59 Lewis, Mary Jean, 1943-1945


Box 15 Folder 60 Lewis, Russell V., 1943-1945


Box 15 Folder 61 Lewisohn, Barbara, 1943-1946


Box 15 Folder 62 Libby, Willard F., 1942-1944


Box 15 Folder 63 Liberatore, Lawrence C., 1943-1944


Box 15 Folder 64 Liebowitz, Benjamin, 1944


Box 15 Folder 65 Lindahl, Robert Leslie, 1943-1946


Box 15 Folder 66 Lindner, Herbert G., 1942


Box 15 Folder 67 Ling, Donald Percy, 1944-1945


Box 15 Folder 68 Link, Ogle W., 1942-1945


Box 15 Folder 69 Lippitt, Louis, 1947-1949


Box 15 Folder 70 Lister, Gordon K., 1943-1944


Box 15 Folder 71 Little, John L., 1943



Box 16 Folder 1 Loar, Howard H., 1948,1952


Box 16 Folder 2 Loda, Charles Joseph, 1943-1945


Box 16 Folder 3 Lodge, William B., 1942-1944


Box 16 Folder 4 Loewenstein, Regina, 1943-1945


Box 16 Folder 5 Lohmeyer, Walter G., 1944-1945


Box 16 Folder 6 Long, Earl Albert, 1942-1943


Box 16 Folder 7 LoPresti, Philip J., 1944


Box 16 Folder 8 Lorch, Edgar R., 1943-1945


Box 16 Folder 9 Lorenzen, Robert, 1943


Box 16 Folder 10 Lowell, Alice, 1944-1945


Box 16 Folder 11 Lowen, Irving Samuel, 1944-1945


Box 16 Folder 12 Loye, Donald Palmer, 1941-1945


Box 16 Folder 13 Lucas, John C., 1944-1946


Box 16 Folder 14 Ludekens, Louis E., 1944-1945


Box 16 Folder 15 Lundt, Elsie, 1944-1945


Box 16 Folder 16 Luskin, Bernard, 1948-1949


Box 16 Folder 17 Luttropp, Edward Sverker, 1945


Box 16 Folder 18 Lyle, Charles Frederic, 1942


Box 16 Folder 19 Lyon, Ashton Murray, 1943-1945


Box 16 Folder 20 Lyon, David Nathaniel, 1942-1943


Box 16 Folder 21 Lyons, Ernest H., Jr., 1943-1944


Box 16 Folder 22 M, 1941-1951


Box 16 Folder 23 McAllister, Joan, 1946-1947


Box 16 Folder 24 McAuliffe, Clayton D., 1943-1944


Box 16 Folder 25 McCaffrey, Aubrey L., 1943-1944


Box 16 Folder 26 McCarthy, Gerald Thomas, 1944-1945


Box 16 Folder 27 McCarthy, Philip J., 1941-1943


Box 16 Folder 28 McCauley, David A., 1943-1944


Box 16 Folder 29 McCauley, Albert Donald, 1943-1945


Box 16 Folder 30 McClintock, Leslie A., 1947


Box 16 Folder 31 McClure, Donald S., 1943-1945


Box 16 Folder 32 MacCornack, Donald Amsden, 1942-1943


Box 16 Folder 33 Macdonald, Duncan Elliot, 1945-1946


Box 16 Folder 34 McDonald, Hugh J., 1943


Box 16 Folder 35 McDonough, James A., 1944-1945


Box 16 Folder 36 McGeeney, John J., 1942-1945


Box 16 Folder 37 McKee, Theresa Mary, 1947


Box 16 Folder 38 McKenna, Francis E., 1944


Box 16 Folder 39 MacLane, Saunders, 1943-1945


Box 16 Folder 40 MacLaughlin, Ralph R., 1942-1945


Box 16 Folder 41 McLean, Gladys E.J., 1944-1945


Box 16 Folder 42 McLeod, Kenneth A., 1943-1944


Box 16 Folder 43 McMahon, John Hale, 1944-1945


Box 16 Folder 44 McManus, John J., 1943-1945


Box 16 Folder 45 McMillan, William G., 1944-1945


Box 16 Folder 46 McNary, James C., 1942


Box 16 Folder 47 McProud, Charles Gilbert, 1943-1944


Box 16 Folder 48 McQuillan, William Francis, 1943-1944


Box 16 Folder 49 Mack, Edward, 1943-1944


Box 16 Folder 50 Mackey, George W., 1944-1945


Box 16 Folder 51 Mackie, William L., 1945


Box 16 Folder 52 Madsen, Royal Glen, 1941-1945


Box 16 Folder 53 Magnuson, Dale Winston, 1942-1944


Box 16 Folder 54 Major, John Keene, 1944


Box 16 Folder 55 Makinson, Grant E., 1942


Box 16 Folder 56 Mallette, Manney Frank, 1945


Box 16 Folder 57 Manihger, Ralph Carroll, 1941-1945


Box 16 Folder 58 Manning, Millard Fuller, 1941


Box 16 Folder 59 Mantle, George Robert, 1943-1945


Box 16 Folder 60 Manty, William A., 1943-1944


Box 16 Folder 61 Margolin, Joseph, 1943


Box 16 Folder 62 Markham, Jordan Jeptha, 1942-1945


Box 16 Folder 63 Marshall, John, Jr., 1941-1942


Box 16 Folder 64 Martin, George Washington, 1942-1944


Box 16 Folder 65 Martin, Millard E., 1942-1945


Box 16 Folder 66 Martin, Paul E., 1942-1943


Box 16 Folder 67 Martin, Paul Simon, 1944-1945


Box 16 Folder 68 Martin, William Robert, 1945



Box 17 Folder 1 Marts, Leon Wescoat, 1944-1945


Box 17 Folder 2 Mason, Russell Irving, 1941-1945


Box 17 Folder 3 Matheson, Robert Macpherson, 1946-1947


Box 17 Folder 4 Matsumoto, Javius K., 1945


Box 17 Folder 5 Matteson, Ellen, 1945-1947


Box 17 Folder 6 Mayer, Harris L., 1943-1945


Box 17 Folder 7 Mayer, Manfred M., 1943-1946


Box 17 Folder 8 Mayer, Maria Goeppert, 1943-1944


Box 17 Folder 9 Mead, Judson, 1941-1945


Box 17 Folder 10 Mebane, William Nelson, Jr., 1944


Box 17 Folder 11 Meleney, Frank L., 1942 1949, 1942, 1949


Box 17 Folder 12 Melkonian, Edward, 1941-1945


Box 17 Folder 13 Menke, John Roger, 1943-1944


Box 17 Folder 14 Meringer, William J., 1944-1946


Box 17 Folder 15 Merjos, Anna, 1944-1945


Box 17 Folder 16 Meserrey, Edward B., 1943-1944


Box 17 Folder 17 Metcalf, Kenneth M., Jr., 1944


Box 17 Folder 18 Metropolis, Nicholas, 1942


Box 17 Folder 19 Metz, Stuart Blim, 1944


Box 17 Folder 20 Mickles, James, 1944-1945


Box 17 Folder 21 Mighton, Harold R., 1944-1945


Box 17 Folder 22 Miles, Dickerson Patrick, 1943-1945


Box 17 Folder 23 Miles, Francis T., 1943-1944


Box 17 Folder 24 Miller, Bertram Folger, 1944-1945


Box 17 Folder 25 Miller, Bruce, 1943-1944


Box 17 Folder 26 Miller, Cutler R., 1942-1944


Box 17 Folder 27 Miller, Donald M., 1942-1945


Box 17 Folder 28 Miller, Edgar Grim, Jr., 1945


Box 17 Folder 29 Miller, Edward G., Jr., 1944


Box 17 Folder 30 Miller, Guy T., 1942-1943


Box 17 Folder 31 Miller, William T., 1943-1944


Box 17 Folder 32 Millman, Sidney, 1942-1946


Box 17 Folder 33 Milne, John R., 1943


Box 17 Folder 34 Milner, Carl T., 1944-1945


Box 17 Folder 35 Miner, Thomas D., 1943-1944


Box 17 Folder 36 Minich, Henry D., 1943


Box 17 Folder 37 Mitchell, Dana P., 1941-1943 1946, 1941-1943, 1946


Box 17 Folder 38 Mode, Douglas Ewart, 1944-1945


Box 17 Folder 39 Moir, Clifford L., 1943-1944


Box 17 Folder 40 Molina, Edward C., 1943-1945


Box 17 Folder 41 Monaghan, Ralph, 1944


Box 17 Folder 42 Monderer, Phyllis, 1943-1945


Box 17 Folder 43 Moore, Lucille V., 1943-1945


Box 17 Folder 44 Moore, Walter J., Jr., 1942-1944


Box 17 Folder 45 Morris, Robert Albert Maynard, 1942-1944


Box 17 Folder 46 Morse, Philip M., 1942-1946


Box 17 Folder 47 Morton, George W., 1943-1945


Box 17 Folder 48 Moss, Judith, 1944-1945


Box 17 Folder 49 Motley, James G., 1942-1943


Box 17 Folder 50 Moulton, Elton James, 1943-1944


Box 17 Folder 51 Mulherin, Elwyne M., 1942-1945


Box 17 Folder 52 Murnaghan, Francis D., 1943


Box 17 Folder 53 Murphy, George, 1943-1944


Box 17 Folder 54 Murphy, Raymond, 1943-1944


Box 17 Folder 55 Murray, Clay Ray, 1943


Box 17 Folder 56 Murray, Francis Joseph, 1944-1945


Box 17 Folder 57 Myers, Ralph, 1944


Box 17 Folder 58 Myers, Robert Behan, 1943-1945


Box 17 Folder 59 Nagy, Aladen W., 1943


Box 17 Folder 60 Nash, Leonard K., 1944


Box 17 Folder 61 Nudham, Paul H., 1943-1945


Box 17 Folder 62 Neff, William D., 1942-1946


Box 17 Folder 63 Nelson, Edward B., 1944


Box 17 Folder 64 Nelson, John Lloyd, 1943-1945


Box 17 Folder 65 Nelson, John M., 1944-1945


Box 17 Folder 66 Nestler, F.H. Max, 1943-1944


Box 17 Folder 67 Neubauer, Emil T.P., 1943


Box 17 Folder 68 Neuendorffer, Joseph Alfred, 1942-1944


Box 17 Folder 69 Newman, Bernice, 1944-1946



Box 18 Folder 1 Newman, Lorne T., 1944-1945


Box 18 Folder 2 Newman, Philip, 1944-1945


Box 18 Folder 3 Nichols, Fred Joseph, 1943-1945


Box 18 Folder 4 Nicholson, George E., Jr., 1944


Box 18 Folder 5 Noble, Robert P., 1942-1945


Box 18 Folder 6 Nordsieck, Arnold T., 1941-1946


Box 18 Folder 7 Norman, Amos, 1947


Box 18 Folder 8 Norris, Edward Ornar, 1943-1944


Box 18 Folder 9 Norris, Ralph F., 1943-1944


Box 18 Folder 10 Norris, Robert Paul, 1942


Box 18 Folder 11 Northrop, Lucille Vivian, 1944-1945


Box 18 Folder 12 Northrop, Paul A., 1944


Box 18 Folder 13 Nosker, Leonard W., 1943-1945


Box 18 Folder 14 Noyes, Carlton F., 1942-1945


Box 18 Folder 15 Noyes, Edward Enoch, 1942-1944


Box 18 Folder 16 Nozick, Seymour, 1948-1949


Box 18 Folder 17 Nunan, James Kneeland, 1943-1945


Box 18 Folder 18 Nyberg, Richard, 1944


Box 18 Folder 19 O-P, 1942 1946 1948, 1942, 1946, 1948


Box 18 Folder 20 Odle, John William, 1944


Box 18 Folder 21 Offutt, William Franklin, 1942-1943


Box 18 Folder 22 Olshen, Abraham Charles, 1942-1943


Box 18 Folder 23 O'Neill, Edward T., 1944-1945


Box 18 Folder 24 O'Neill, Louis R., 1944


Box 18 Folder 25 Oneson, Irving Bernt, 1942


Box 18 Folder 26 Oppenheimer, Enid T., 1942


Box 18 Folder 27 Ording, James R., 1943-1945


Box 18 Folder 28 Orr, John Thomas, 1943-1945


Box 18 Folder 29 Orr, Robert Calvin, Jr., 1943-1945


Box 18 Folder 30 Osbum, Virginia K., 1944


Box 18 Folder 31 Osgood, Stanley Ward, 1944-1945


Box 18 Folder 32 Osgood, Thomas H., 1942


Box 18 Folder 33 Osterberg, Alice, 1944-1946


Box 18 Folder 34 Packard, Karle S., Jr., 1942-1944


Box 18 Folder 35 Palmer, Herald K., 1941-1942


Box 18 Folder 36 Palmer, Ralph Ronald, 1942-1947


Box 18 Folder 37 Palmer, Walter W., 1943


Box 18 Folder 38 Panzer, Marvin, 1944-1945


Box 18 Folder 39 Parshley, Mary S., 1942-1944


Box 18 Folder 40 Parvin, Edward, 1943-1944


Box 18 Folder 41 Paulson, Edward, 1943-1945 1949, 1943-1945, 1949


Box 18 Folder 42 Paxton, Hugh C., 1941-1944


Box 18 Folder 43 Pearsall, Cortland Sturgis, 1941-1942


Box 18 Folder 44 Peck, Arthur George, 1943-1944


Box 18 Folder 45 Peck, Sanford Christopher, 1943-1944


Box 18 Folder 46 Pegram, George B., 1941 1943, 1941, 1943


Box 18 Folder 47 Pekeris, Chaim Leib, 1941-1948


Box 18 Folder 48 Pellam, John Rudolph, 1942-1944


Box 18 Folder 49 Pelliciari, Angela, 1944-1945


Box 18 Folder 50 Pellissier, George Edward, Jr., 1942-1943



Box 57 Folder 7 Pending Appointments—Oaths, 1941-1942



Box 18 Folder 51 Perine, Woodman, 1942-1947


Box 18 Folder 52 Perry, George Richardson, 1944-1945


Box 18 Folder 53 Peters, Ruth M., 1943


Box 18 Folder 54 Peterson, Jack Milton, 1943-1946


Box 18 Folder 55 Peterson, Raymond A., 1942


Box 18 Folder 56 Petit, Francis W., 1943-1945


Box 18 Folder 57 Phelan, James M., 1943-1944


Box 18 Folder 58 Phillips, Catherine M., 1947-1949


Box 18 Folder 59 Picus, Norman, 1943-1944


Box 18 Folder 60 Piedem, Margaret S., 1944


Box 18 Folder 61 Pierce, Cynthia Hamburg, 1945-1946


Box 18 Folder 62 Pinchot, Gifford B., 1943


Box 18 Folder 63 Pincus, Julian, 1945


Box 18 Folder 64 Pink, Wilson V., 1944-1945


Box 18 Folder 65 Piper, William G., 1943-1944


Box 18 Folder 66 Piranian, George, 1943-1944


Box 18 Folder 67 Piserchia, Joseph Ralph, 1944-1945



Box 19 Folder 1 Skobel, Freda, 1944



Box 57 Folder 8 Treasury Office—Oaths, 1942



Box 19 Folder 2 V-Z, 1943-1952


Box 19 Folder 3 Vener, Raymond E., 1943-1944


Box 19 Folder 4 Veniar, Florence Abt, 1948-1949


Box 19 Folder 5 Veniar, Seymour, 1944


Box 19 Folder 6 Vickrey, John D., 1943-1945


Box 19 Folder 7 Vier, Dwayne T., 1943-1944


Box 19 Folder 8 Viscardi, John E., 1943-1944


Box 19 Folder 9 Visner, Sidney, 1942-1945


Box 19 Folder 10 Vogel, George Theodore, 1948


Box 19 Folder 11 Vogler, Wilfred Eugene, 1943-1944


Box 19 Folder 12 Volkommer, Willibald, 1942-1945


Box 19 Folder 13 Von Karman, Theodore, 1941-1942


Box 19 Folder 14 Voskuyl, Roger J., 1943


Box 19 Folder 15 Votaw, David F., Jr., 1942-1944


Box 19 Folder 16 Waffle, Wilbur Mumford, 1943-1944


Box 19 Folder 17 Wagner, Robert Arnold, 1941-1945


Box 19 Folder 18 Waldron, John W., 1944


Box 19 Folder 19 Walker, John Moore, Jr., 1946


Box 19 Folder 20 Wall, Raymond M., 1942-1945


Box 19 Folder 21 Wallard, Edmond, 1944-1945


Box 19 Folder 22 Wallis, W. Allen, 1942-1945


Box 19 Folder 23 Walton, Cecil E., 1942-1945


Box 19 Folder 24 Wambach, Albrecht G., 1942-1945


Box 19 Folder 25 Wantuch, Otto Arthur, 1943-1947


Box 19 Folder 26 Ward, Frank Rudolph, 1942-1943


Box 19 Folder 27 Warden, Carl J., 1943


Box 19 Folder 28 Waring, Charles Emmett, 1946


Box 19 Folder 29 Warner, Sidney E., 1942-1944


Box 19 Folder 30 Warren, Henry Russell, 1943-1944


Box 19 Folder 31 Waterfall, Wallace, 1943-1945


Box 19 Folder 32 Waterman, Alan T., Jr., 1945


Box 19 Folder 33 Watkino, William B., 1943-1945


Box 19 Folder 34 Watling, Robert Grover, 1941-1945


Box 19 Folder 35 Wattenberg, Albert, 1942


Box 19 Folder 36 Watts, Jefferson Cameron, 1943-1944


Box 19 Folder 37 Webster, Norman D., 1942


Box 19 Folder 38 Weid, Arthur C., 1943-1945


Box 19 Folder 39 Weidenbaum, Bernhardt, 1943-1944


Box 19 Folder 40 Weil, George L., 1941-1942


Box 19 Folder 41 Weil, Lester L., 1942-1944


Box 19 Folder 42 Weill, Carol E., 1944-1945


Box 19 Folder 43 Weinstock, Bernard, 1942-1943


Box 19 Folder 44 Weisfuse, Louis, 1948


Box 19 Folder 45 Weiss, Sylvia Elsie, 1946-1947


Box 19 Folder 46 Welk, Stanley E., 1942-1944


Box 19 Folder 47 Weller, Sol William, 1944


Box 19 Folder 48 Wells, Charles Prentiss, 1944


Box 19 Folder 49 Werble, Eleanor, 1948-1950


Box 19 Folder 50 West, Lewis P., 1942-1944


Box 19 Folder 51 West, William, 1943


Box 19 Folder 52 Westneat, Arthur Sheridan, Jr., 1943-1945


Box 19 Folder 53 Westrick, Edmond W., 1942-1945


Box 19 Folder 54 Whannel, Raymond L., 1943-1945


Box 19 Folder 55 Wheye, Owen M., 1943-1944


Box 19 Folder 56 Whitcher, Stanley L., 1946


Box 19 Folder 57 White, Donald C., 1943-1944


Box 19 Folder 58 Whitehouse, U. Grant, 1944


Box 19 Folder 59 Whitman, Webster Chase, 1943-1945


Box 19 Folder 60 Whitney, Hassler, 1943-1945


Box 19 Folder 61 Whittle, Robert L., 1943-1945


Box 19 Folder 62 Wicher, Enos R., 1944-1945


Box 19 Folder 63 Widlar, Walter L., 1942


Box 19 Folder 64 Wiener, Benjamin, 1944


Box 19 Folder 65 Wikswo, John, 1943-1945


Box 19 Folder 66 Wildt, Rupert, 1944-1945


Box 19 Folder 67 Wilks, Samuel Stanley, 1941-1942


Box 19 Folder 68 Williams, Charles W., 1943-1945


Box 19 Folder 69 Williams, Hollie Cyrus, 1942-1943



Box 20 Folder 1 Williams, John D., 1942-1944


Box 20 Folder 2 Williams, William Howard, 1942-1943


Box 20 Folder 3 Williamson, Byron, 1944-1946


Box 20 Folder 4 Williamson, Thurmond A., 1944-1946


Box 20 Folder 5 Wilson, Charles M., 1943-1944


Box 20 Folder 6 Wilson, Irwin B., 1943-1945


Box 20 Folder 7 Wilson, James T., 1943-1945


Box 20 Folder 8 Wilson, William Hempton, 1942-1945


Box 20 Folder 9 Winkler, Marion R., 1943


Box 20 Folder 10 Winslow, Field H., 1943-1944


Box 20 Folder 11 Wisansky, Walter A., 1943-1944


Box 20 Folder 12 Wolf, Abner, 1945


Box 20 Folder 13 Wolf, Zdenka, 1944-1946


Box 20 Folder 14 Wolfe, Richard Schuyler, 1944


Box 20 Folder 15 Wolff, Marion S., 1943-1945


Box 20 Folder 16 Wolff, Robert D., 1944


Box 20 Folder 17 Wolfowitz, Jacob, 1942-1945 1951, 1942-1945, 1951


Box 20 Folder 18 Woltzen, Lloyd John, 1943-1945


Box 20 Folder 19 Woodbridge, Donald B., 1943-1944


Box 20 Folder 20 Woodward, LeRoy A., 1944-1945


Box 20 Folder 21 Woolf, Irene W., 1943-1945


Box 20 Folder 22 Worcester, Francis J., 1943-1944



Box 57 Folder 9 Worcester Polytechnic Institute Group—Oaths, 1941



Box 20 Folder 23 Wortis, Joseph, 1943


Box 20 Folder 24 Wright, Donald H., 1944


Box 20 Folder 25 Wright, Jay William, 1942-1945


Box 20 Folder 26 Wright, John Brenton, 1943-1945


Box 20 Folder 27 Wu, William Ieu-liang, 1942-1944


Box 20 Folder 28 Yarnell, Neil King, 1944


Box 20 Folder 29 Yaspan, Arthur Joel, 1944-1945


Box 20 Folder 30 Yergin, Paul F., 1945-1946


Box 20 Folder 31 Yost, Russell Raymond, Jr., 1942-1945


Box 20 Folder 32 Young, Edward Warren, 1945


Box 20 Folder 33 Youngs, John W.T., 1944


Box 20 Folder 34 Yowell, Everett C., 1943-1945


Box 20 Folder 35 Zbell, Samuel P., 1944


Box 20 Folder 36 Zegers, Richard Theodore, 1947


Box 20 Folder 37 Zelinsky, Daniel, 1944-1945


Box 20 Folder 38 Zemansky, Mark W., 1943


Box 20 Folder 39 Zern, Reber Taggart, 1944-1945


Box 20 Folder 40 Zimm, Bruno H., 1944


Box 20 Folder 41 Zimmerman, George L., 1943-1944


Box 20 Folder 42 Zinn, Walter H., 1941-1942


Box 20 Folder 43 Zohn, Margit, 1947


Sub-Series 4: P&S Personnel Clearance

These files are similar in nature to the individual personnel clearance files described previously with some significant differences. The files are arranged in general alphabetical files ("A" names all in one file instead of a file for each individual), are exclusively associated with the College of Physicians and Surgeons, and consist solely of the signed documents required of people involved in government aided research. The forms included are the Oath of Secrecy, Espionage Act, and Patent Agreement. There are usually notations on the top right corner of the form(s) indicating which government contract the person was working on and/or the name of the person/group for whom the signee was working. The documents are arranged alphabetically within each file.


Box 20 Folder 44-54 A-L, 1942-1945, (11 Folders)



Box 21 Folder 1-8 M-Z, 1942-1946, (8 Folders)


Sub-Series 5: Office of Scientific Research & Development (OSRD)

This sub-series is divided into two groupings, war filing and personnel clearance. Office of Scientific Research and Development (OSRD) war filing is comprised of chronological correspondence with Frank D. Fackenthal regarding contracts for war research, occasionally discussing research topics, the status of contracts and reports about research findings. Files also consist of telegrams and letters, "administrative circulars" from the OSRD (e.g., concerning the employment of aliens on classified contracts or subcontracts). Of particular interest is a January, 1946 list of report titles providing a good list of the kinds of projects sponsored by OSRD and a February 14, 1946 letter to Dr. Stewart from Fackenthal thanking him for the attached statement to the Special Senate Committee on Atomic Energy which includes positive references to Columbia University (statement is dated Feb 11, 1946). The Personnel Clearance Files consist of routine correspondence regarding approval of individuals for OSRD work. Correspondence is directed to Frank D. Fackenthal. Names of individuals are listed in the letters, but not what they were working on.


Personnel Clearance


Box 21 Folder 9-21 1943 January-1944 January, (13 Folders)



Box 22 Folder 1-10 1944 February-December, (10 Folders)


War Filing


Box 22 Folder 11-15 1944 July-1945 February, (5 Folders)



Box 23 Folder 1-7 1945 March-1946 June, (7 Folders)


Sub-Series 6: Airborne Instruments Laboratory—Personnel Files

These files are similar to the personnel clearance files found in sub-series I.2, I.3 and I.4 but are all files for individuals who worked in non-scientific capacities at the Airborne Instruments Laboratory in Mineola, NY (Long Island). The files only cover personnel with last names that fall between the letter "O" and the letter "Z". There are four files at the end of box 10 which are alphabetically out of order as they are for four individuals who were considered "non-employees" or "consultants". Files contain all or some of the following items: ID cards, photographs and photonegatives, security questionnaires, applications, letters of reference, termination letters, employment certificates, selective service information, birth certificates, fingerprints, personal information, correspondence concerning the individual, and summaries of the file contents. Some of the documents look to be slightly damaged by water or bugs. There is a one page index found at the beginning of box 9 which describes this series of files.



Box 24 Folder 1 Index, 1945


Box 24 Folder 2 Oberinger, Matilda, 1943-1945


Box 24 Folder 3 Olsen, Anker E., 1943-1945


Box 24 Folder 4 O'Neill, Frances E., 1943-1945


Box 24 Folder 5 Org, Hans L., 1944-1945


Box 24 Folder 6 Oswald, Robert L., 1942-1945


Box 24 Folder 7 Pallesen, Maurice, 1943-1945


Box 24 Folder 8 Palmer, C.J., 1942-1948


Box 24 Folder 9 Pasqua, Leonardo, 1943-1945


Box 24 Folder 10 Pasuk, W.J., 1942-1945


Box 24 Folder 11 Pattison, Doris G., 1943-1945


Box 24 Folder 12 Patten, Theodore, 1943-1945


Box 24 Folder 13 Paul, Priscilla O., 1943-1945


Box 24 Folder 14 Peacock, Lois H., 1943-1945


Box 24 Folder 15 Pearlman, Bernard, 1942-1945


Box 24 Folder 16 Peaty, William, 1942-1945


Box 24 Folder 17 Pender, Lilian H., 1943-1946


Box 24 Folder 18 Pender, Percy, 1945


Box 24 Folder 19 Pendzick, Felix, 1942-1945


Box 24 Folder 20 Perrell, John, 1943-1945


Box 24 Folder 21 Perry, Frank J., 1943-1945


Box 24 Folder 22 Peterson, Emil A., 1943-1945


Box 24 Folder 23 Pirog, June M., 1943-1945


Box 24 Folder 24 Platt, George A., 1944-1945



Box 25 Folder 1 Platt, William, 1945


Box 25 Folder 2 Poole, Dorothy A., 1943-1945


Box 25 Folder 3 Poole, Janet S., 1943-1945


Box 25 Folder 4 Portmann, Barbara S., 1945


Box 25 Folder 5 Powell, Evan G., 1943-1947


Box 25 Folder 6 Powell, Fred W., 1943-1945


Box 25 Folder 7 Pray, George E., 1943-1945


Box 25 Folder 8 Price, Mary A., 1943-1945


Box 25 Folder 9 Pruchnick, Joe, 1944-1945


Box 25 Folder 10 Quinn, Walter J., 1944-1945


Box 25 Folder 11 Raber, Adelaide A., 1943-1945


Box 25 Folder 12 Rafalowsky, Norman, 1942-1945


Box 25 Folder 13 Rathsam, Frederick, 1943-1945


Box 25 Folder 14 Reben, Ernest A., 1944-1945


Box 25 Folder 15 Reeve, Nedra, 1943-1947


Box 25 Folder 16 Regateiro, Aramand, 1944-1945


Box 25 Folder 17 Reich, Rose C., 1944-1945


Box 25 Folder 18 Rhodes, Mac Lee, 1942-1945


Box 25 Folder 19 Richardson, Daniel, 1943-1945


Box 25 Folder 20 Snyder, Virginia, 1943-1945


Box 25 Folder 21 Solch, Marion, 1944-1945


Box 25 Folder 22 Solomon, Morris, 1944-1945


Box 25 Folder 23 Soper, Ruth E., 1944-1945


Box 25 Folder 24 Spanos, Helen L., 1944-1945



Box 26 Folder 1 Spanos, Ruth, 1943-1945


Box 26 Folder 2 Spindler, Dorothy, 1943-1945


Box 26 Folder 3 Sprague, Joshua M., 1943-1945


Box 26 Folder 4 Sprague, Webb, 1943-1945


Box 26 Folder 5 Sproesser, Dolores, 1943-1945 1956, 1943-1945, 1956


Box 26 Folder 6 Stellges, Hermann H., 1943-1948


Box 26 Folder 7 Steinman, Anne, 1943-1945


Box 26 Folder 8 Stewart, Frank, 1945 1950, 1945, 1950


Box 26 Folder 9 Stoye, Adolph K., 1943-1945


Box 26 Folder 10 Suett, Richard, 1942-1946


Box 26 Folder 11 Sweet, Robert I., 1943-1945 1949 1951, 1943-1945, 1949, 1951


Box 26 Folder 12 Tagliaferri, Trudy, 1943-1945


Box 26 Folder 13 Taylor, Albert, 1943-1945


Box 26 Folder 14 Tecoske, Donald A., 1943-1945


Box 26 Folder 15 Thiel, Virginia M., 1944-1945


Box 26 Folder 16 Thompson, Bertram, 1943-1945


Box 26 Folder 17 Tierney, Joseph P., 1942-1945


Box 26 Folder 18 Tinguely, James J., 1942-1945


Box 26 Folder 19 Tkach, Raymond M., 1944-1945


Box 26 Folder 20 Townsend, Alexander, 1943-1945


Box 26 Folder 21 Travers, Daniel J., 1943-1945


Box 26 Folder 22 Tripp, William Robert, 1943-1945


Box 26 Folder 23 Tubbiola, George, 1944-1945


Box 26 Folder 24 Valentine, Robert, 1944-1947



Box 27 Folder 1 Vanderhank, William, 1944-1945


Box 27 Folder 2 Vanderneut, Doris, 1943-1945


Box 27 Folder 3 Van Nostrand, James B., 1943-1945


Box 27 Folder 4 Van Valkenburg, Edward G., 1944-1945


Box 27 Folder 5 Vario, Eugene, 1944-1945


Box 27 Folder 6 Vario, Josephine, 1943-1945


Box 27 Folder 7 Vario, Madalene M., 1943-1945


Box 27 Folder 8 Vaughn, Patrick J., 1944-1945


Box 27 Folder 9 Velsor, Charles E., 1942-1945


Box 27 Folder 10 Vetter, Frank P., 1944-1945


Box 27 Folder 11 Volkman, Ruth L., 1943-1945


Box 27 Folder 12 Walsh, Joseph T., 1942-1945


Box 27 Folder 13 Walter, Ethel H., 1943-1945


Box 27 Folder 14 Walters, Jacob, 1945


Box 27 Folder 15 Warfield, Garrett S., 1945


Box 27 Folder 16 Warner, Howard H., 1944-1945


Box 27 Folder 17 Weaver, Evelyn C., 1943-1945


Box 27 Folder 18 Webster, Lyle, 1943-1945


Box 27 Folder 19 Wiess, Leo, 1943-1945


Box 27 Folder 20 Weitz, Ernest D., 1942-1945


Box 27 Folder 21 West, Lena S., 1944-1945


Box 27 Folder 22 Westcott, Roger J., 1942-1945


Box 27 Folder 23 Wheeler, James L., 1942-1945


Box 27 Folder 24 Whipple, Mary F., 1943-1945



Box 28 Folder 1 White, James F., 1942-1945


Box 28 Folder 2 White, Robert E., 1943-1945


Box 28 Folder 3 Whitmore, Phyllis, 1943-1945


Box 28 Folder 4 Whitten, Ward B., 1943-1945


Box 28 Folder 5 Whyte, Barbara, 1943-1945


Box 28 Folder 6 Wigdzinski, Wanda, 1944-1945


Box 28 Folder 7 Wigginton, Dorothy C., 1942-1945


Box 28 Folder 8 Wiles, Mary Jane, 1943-1945


Box 28 Folder 9 Williams, Mack, 1944-1945


Box 28 Folder 10 Wischerth, Michael G., 1942-1945


Box 28 Folder 11 Wolfe, William N., 1942-1945


Box 28 Folder 12 Wolk, Maurice, 1943-1945


Box 28 Folder 13 Wolkowski, Walter, 1944-1945


Box 28 Folder 14 Wolsky, Sophie, 1944-1945


Box 28 Folder 15 Woodcock, Albert T., 1943-1945


Box 28 Folder 16 Wright, Ellwood, 1943-1945


Box 28 Folder 17 Wright, Ruth Mildred, 1944-1945


Box 28 Folder 18 Wulfhop, Carol M., 1943-1945


Box 28 Folder 19 Yabroudi, John A., 1942-1945


Box 28 Folder 20 Zable, Gloria N., 1944-1945 1951, 1944-1945, 1951


Box 28 Folder 21 Curfman, H.C. (Non-Employee, Non-Scientific), 1942-1945


Box 28 Folder 22 Humm, Aurelie (Non-Employee, Non-Scientific), 1944-1945


Box 28 Folder 23 Knapp, Robert T. (Consultant), 1942


Box 28 Folder 24 Webster, David L. (Consultant), 1942-1944

Series II: Government Contracts

This series is similar to the personnel clearance files found in Series I, but these files are different and have consequently been kept as an independent series. The contract work these files deal with spans both the wartime and post-war periods. The folders have been kept in the order they were originally found (which at times seems to be loosely based on the contract numbers involved) as have the contents of the files. In addition to the usual preservation measures, most of the original file folders were photocopied to retain information about the contract number, found on the folder tab, or handwritten notes on the folder itself. Original file names were kept; new ones were created only if the original was non-existent or inappropriate to the contents. The majority of the files are personnel files. Contents include signed forms, letters of reference, fingerprints, tax information, salary information, grade lists, family and other personal information and termination notices. Interestingly, there are even personnel clearance records for construction workers and maintenance workers who had jobs in Pupin and other buildings where much of this top secret war work was taking place. In addition to personnel files, there are also files containing general lists for the various research groups, requisition forms (for both employees and materials), salary recommendation forms, blank forms used by the people involved in this work, salary lists, and a book listing badge numbers. Much of the materials appear to be associated with atomic research or the Atomic Energy Commission. Contract numbers referred to within these files are: AT-30-2-GEN-16 (subcontracts S-165 and S-162); EIDM MI-4 MS; EIDM I-1 CU; W7405-eng-50 (referred to very heavily); W-31-109 eng17; EIDM D-22; EIDM-AA-1 CU; AT-30-1 GEN-72; AT-30-1 GEN-70; W-31-109 eng15; AT-30-1-GEN-257; W-31-109 eng14.

File Dividers between sections of files now in box 11 were removed, but existed as follows: (1)"Contract AT-30-1 GEN-71" and includes files "Blau, Marietta" to "Hebbe, Gloria J." (2)"Restricted – By U.S. Engineer Office" includes "Jacobs, Abraham H." to "Extra Copies Signed Forms" (3) "Contract W-31-109-ENG-17" no files (4) "Contract AT-30-1-GEN-257" includes "Cerussi, Marie I." to end of box.

The personnel files found in this sub-series are arranged alphabetically by name of individual and material has been kept in the order it was originally found in the files; consequently, the contents of the files may not be strictly chronological. Some are very full of correspondence and forms while others consist of only one or two pieces of paper. The material within these files is extensive and contains much personal information (usually in the form of an application or questionnaire, but also fingerprints and school transcripts ) as well as information about salary, letters of reference, signed forms (secrecy, patent, citizenship), travel vouchers, salary appeal applications and correspondence about the person's involvement (or termination) from particular research projects. Most of this correspondence is routine in nature, though there are instances of more unique correspondence in regards to a particular situation involving the individual. ID Photos have been kept in the files when they appear. There is a lot of correspondence signed by Lester R. Watson, Personnel Director of the Government Contracts Division. Contracts referred to in these files include: W-31-109-eng-15 and W7405-eng-50. Some of these files are water damaged



Box 29 Folder 1 Blau, Marietta, 1948-1950


Box 29 Folder 2 Bramsone, Herbert Jerome, 1949-1950 1953, 1949-1950, 1953


Box 29 Folder 3 Cornelius, Richard Calvin, 1949-1950


Box 29 Folder 4 Hebbe, Gloria J., 1948


Box 29 Folder 5 Jacobs, Abraham H., 1945


Box 29 Folder 6 Kerwin, Peter B., undated


Box 29 Folder 7 Marshak, Albert, 1945


Box 29 Folder 8 Plass, Gilbert Norman, 1945


Box 29 Folder 9 Winzer, Alice, 1945


Box 29 Folder 10 Wirsching, Florence A., 1945


Box 29 Folder 11 Anhalt, Janice O., 1946


Box 29 Folder 12 Buildings and Grounds, 1945


Box 29 Folder 13 Cohen, Karl P., 1945


Box 29 Folder 14 Donelian, Khatchik, 1945


Box 29 Folder 15 Goodhart, Leccadia, 1945


Box 29 Folder 16 Goodman, Marjorie Bliss, 1945


Box 29 Folder 17 Gussman, Leo Akibo, 1945


Box 29 Folder 18 Kessler, Madeline C., 1945


Box 29 Folder 19 Korfund Co., Inc., 1945


Box 29 Folder 20 Labov, William David, 1945


Box 29 Folder 21 Maloney, Dr., 1945


Box 29 Folder 22 Mason, Ethel Jay, 1945


Box 29 Folder 23 Meyer, Edna Jane, 1945


Box 29 Folder 24 Miller, Carl Henry, Jr., 1945


Box 29 Folder 25 Parker, Samuel G., 1946


Box 29 Folder 26 Prescott Company, 1945


Box 29 Folder 27 Rubin, Rose L., 1945


Box 29 Folder 28 Schwitz, Rose, 1945


Box 29 Folder 29 Universal Sheet Metal Works, 1945


Box 29 Folder 30 Wolf & Munier, 1945


Box 29 Folder 31 Wolfshohl, Myrtle Anna, 1946


Box 29 Folder 32 Bradley, F.K., 1945


Box 29 Folder 33 Dunning, J.R., 1945


Box 29 Folder 34 Division 7, undated


Box 29 Folder 35 Loaned Personnel, 1945


Box 29 Folder 36 Patent Group, 1945


Box 29 Folder 37 Personnel Forms-- S.A.M. Labs—Examples, ca., 1940s


Box 29 Folder 38 Procedures, 1945


Box 29 Folder 39 Receipts, 1945

(signed)


Box 29 Folder 40 Selective Service Procedure, 1943-1946



Box 30 Folder 1 U.S. Area Engineer Office, 1943-1946


Box 30 Folder 2 W7405 eng-50, 1945-1946


Box 30 Folder 3-4 Salary and Payroll, 1943-1944, (2 Folders)


Box 30 Folder 5 Lists, 1945-1946


Box 30 Folder 6 Personnel—Photographs, 1945


Box 30 Folder 7 Personnel Reports, 1945


Box 30 Folder 8 Open Requisitions for Employment, 1948-1950


Box 30 Folder 9 Pers. Purchase Orders, 1948-1949


Box 30 Folder 10 Requisitions, 1948-1951


Box 30 Folder 11-12 Extra Copies Signed Forms, 1945-1952, (2 Folders)


Box 30 Folder 13 Cerussi, Marie I., 1948


Box 30 Folder 14 Dustan, Cyril, 1948


Box 30 Folder 15 Felio, Rosemarie Zenaide, 1948-1949


Box 30 Folder 16 Goldwater, Leonard J., 1948 1958, 1948, 1958


Box 30 Folder 17 Marolla, Desi, 1948-1949


Box 30 Folder 18 Sass, Martin, 1948-1949 1958, 1948-1949, 1958


Box 30 Folder 19 Thurber, Richard E., 1947-1948


Box 30 Folder 20 Weisfuse, Louis, 1948-1949 1953, 1948-1949, 1953



Box 31 Folder 1 Personnel & Procedures, ca., 1940s


Box 31 Folder 2 Badge & Pass Rules, undated

(form)


Box 31 Folder 3 Change of Pay or Position, undated

(form)


Box 31 Folder 4 Declaration of Secrecy—Atomic Energy Commission, 1946

(form)


Box 31 Folder 5 Employment Authorization, 1943

(form)


Box 31 Folder 6 Espionage Act, 1940

(form)


Box 31 Folder 7 GCD Absenteeism Policy, undated


Box 31 Folder 8 GCD Workweek, Lunch Period, 1945 May 22


Box 31 Folder 9 Induction Check List, 1943


Box 31 Folder 10 Interview Record, 1944

(form)


Box 31 Folder 11 Salary Recommendation, undated

(form)


Box 31 Folder 12 Secrecy Oath, 1944 1946, 1944, 1946

(form)


Box 31 Folder 13 Binder—Staff & Salary Lists, 1945-1946


Box 31 Folder 14 Notebook—Badge Number Lists, 1945-1948


Box 31 Folder 15 Bruno, Emil, 1942-1951


Box 31 Folder 16 Cutler, Janice Ann, 1946-1947


Box 31 Folder 17 DeForest, George B., 1946-1947


Box 31 Folder 18 Dege, Grace Frances, 1946-1947


Box 31 Folder 19 DeMeusy, Marie J., 1946-1947


Box 31 Folder 20 Diedrich, Jean, 1943-1947



Box 32 Folder 1 Dieke, Gerhard H., 1946


Box 32 Folder 2 Drew, Thomas Brandford, 1946


Box 32 Folder 3 DuBarry, William H., 1946-1947


Box 32 Folder 4 DuBridge, Lee A., 1946


Box 32 Folder 5 Duncan, Albert B., 1946


Box 32 Folder 6 Feyman, Richard P., 1946


Box 32 Folder 7 Fischer, David, 1946-1947


Box 32 Folder 8 Fowler, Robert D., 1946-1947


Box 32 Folder 9 Fox, Marvin, 1944


Box 32 Folder 10 Friedman, Francis, 1946-1947


Box 32 Folder 11 Fussell, Louis, 1946


Box 32 Folder 12 Gilliland, Edwin R., 1946


Box 32 Folder 13 Goldsmith, Hyman H., 1946


Box 32 Folder 14 Grant, Ellen, 1946-1947


Box 32 Folder 15 Greene, Phillip, Jr., 1946-1947


Box 32 Folder 16 Guterman, Elaine J., 1946-1947


Box 32 Folder 17 Hafstad, Lawrence Randolph, 1946


Box 32 Folder 18 Halpern, Julius, 1946-1947


Box 32 Folder 19 Harnwell, Gaylord P., 1946-1947


Box 32 Folder 20 Harrison, George R., 1946


Box 32 Folder 21 Hayworth, L.J., 1946


Box 32 Folder 22 Hickman, Roger W., 1946


Box 32 Folder 23 Hinsey, Joseph C., 1946


Box 32 Folder 24 Hodgson, Arthur, 1946-1947


Box 32 Folder 25 Hoey, George J., 1946-1947


Box 32 Folder 26 Horak, Leopold P., 1946-1947


Box 32 Folder 27 Jones, Francis, 1946-1947


Box 32 Folder 28 Jones, Reginald, 1943-1956


Box 32 Folder 29 Judson, Charles, 1946


Box 32 Folder 30 Kaplan, Irving, 1941-1947



Box 33 Folder 1 Kelleher, Alfred, 1946-1947


Box 33 Folder 2 Killian, James R., 1946-1947


Box 33 Folder 3 Kissel, Anna, 1946-1947


Box 33 Folder 4 Kistiakowsky, Goerge B., 1946-1947


Box 33 Folder 5 Kuper, James Brown Horner, 1946


Box 33 Folder 6 Kuper, Mariette, 1946-1947


Box 33 Folder 7 Lazzaro, Julius, 1947


Box 33 Folder 8 Lehr, Herbert M., 1946-1947


Box 33 Folder 9 Lewis, Charlotte, 1944-1947


Box 33 Folder 10 Livingston, M. Stanley, 1946-1947


Box 33 Folder 11 Long, Franklin A., 1946-1947


Box 33 Folder 12 Loomis, F. Wheeler, 1946


Box 33 Folder 13 Lorentzen, Oscar L., 1946-1947


Box 33 Folder 14 Macauly, P. Stewart, 1946-1947


Box 33 Folder 15 Mallory, Donald E., 1946-1947


Box 33 Folder 16 Marshak, Robert, 1946


Box 33 Folder 17 Marshall, Anna M.G., 1946-1947


Box 33 Folder 18 Mason, Willard F., 1946


Box 33 Folder 19 Mayer, Marie J., 1946-1947


Box 33 Folder 20 Meadow, Henry, 1946-1947


Box 33 Folder 21 Miller, Park H., 1946


Box 33 Folder 22 Miller, Warren T., 1946-1947


Box 33 Folder 23 Montgomery, Carol, 1946


Box 33 Folder 24 Mooney, Mildred A., 1946-1947


Box 33 Folder 25 Morgan, Robert B., 1946-1947


Box 33 Folder 26 Morrison, Phillip, 1946


Box 33 Folder 27 Morse, Philip M., 1946-1947


Box 33 Folder 28 Nadler, Florence, 1946-1947


Box 33 Folder 29 Nicholson, Edward L., 1946-1947


Box 33 Folder 30 Osborn, Barbara, 1946-1947



Box 34 Folder 1 Osborne, Charles L., 1946-1947


Box 34 Folder 2 Paige, Peter, 1947


Box 34 Folder 3 Patterson, Robert A., 1946-1947


Box 34 Folder 4 Peter, J. Georges, 1946-1947


Box 34 Folder 5 Platt, Joseph, 1946


Box 34 Folder 6 Plotkin, Martin, 1946-1947


Box 34 Folder 7 Pollard, Ernest C., 1946-1947


Box 34 Folder 8 Purcell, Edward M., 1946


Box 34 Folder 9 Quinn, George, 1946


Box 34 Folder 10 Rabi, I.I., 1946-1947


Box 34 Folder 11 Ramsey, Norman F., 1946


Box 34 Folder 12 Reines, Frederick, 1946


Box 34 Folder 13 Renzetti, Nicholas, 1946


Box 34 Folder 14 Reynolds, Edward, 1946-1947


Box 34 Folder 15 Ridenour, Louis N., 1946-1947


Box 34 Folder 16 Scannell, Angela F., 1946-1947


Box 34 Folder 17 Scesny, Frances B., 1947


Box 34 Folder 18 Schiff, Leonard, 1946


Box 34 Folder 19 Schutz, Philip W., 1946


Box 34 Folder 20 Schwartz, Dr. Herman M., 1946


Box 34 Folder 21 Schwinger, J., 1946


Box 34 Folder 22 Sheridan, Thomas F., 1946-1947


Box 34 Folder 23 Sherwin, Chalmers W., 1946


Box 34 Folder 24 Shoup, Eldon C., 1946-1947


Box 34 Folder 25 Sinnott, Edmund, 1946-1947


Box 34 Folder 26 Slater, John C., 1946-1947


Box 34 Folder 27 Sluiter, Katherine, 1946-1947


Box 34 Folder 28 Smullins, Louis, 1946


Box 34 Folder 29 Smyth, Henry D., 1946-1947



Box 35 Folder 1 Steele, Natalie, 1946


Box 35 Folder 2 Stephens, William E., 1946


Box 35 Folder 3 Street, J. Curry, 1946


Box 35 Folder 4 Swart, Laurence R., 1946-1947


Box 35 Folder 5 Taylor, Ellison H., 1946


Box 35 Folder 6 Taylor, Hugh S., 1946-1947


Box 35 Folder 7 Thiesmeyer, Lincoln R., 1946-1947


Box 35 Folder 8 Thompson, Raymond L., 1946-1947


Box 35 Folder 9 Tripp, Hulbert W., 1946-1947


Box 35 Folder 10 Van Vleck, John H., 1946-1947


Box 35 Folder 11 Vario, Olga, 1946-1947


Box 35 Folder 12 Van Dervoort, Frederic, 1946-1947


Box 35 Folder 13 Walton, Francis R., 1944-1947


Box 35 Folder 14 Warnock, Malcolm, 1946-1947


Box 35 Folder 15 Waslenko, Elsie, 1946-1947


Box 35 Folder 16 Watson, William W., 1946-1947


Box 35 Folder 17 Wheeler, John A., 1946


Box 35 Folder 18 White, Milton G., 1946-1947


Box 35 Folder 19 Will, Alan D., 1946-1947


Box 35 Folder 20 Williams, Clarke, 1942-1947


Box 35 Folder 21 Williams, George T., 1945-1947


Box 35 Folder 22 Winsche, Warren E., 1946-1947


Box 35 Folder 23 Woodrow, Ray, 1946-1947


Box 35 Folder 24 Young, Robert L., 1946-1947


Box 35 Folder 25 Zacharias, Jerrold R., 1946-1947


Box 35 Folder 26 Zinn, Walter H., 1946

Series III: Committee for War Relief

This series is comprised of alphabetical subject files kept by the Committee and Committee materials found originally in other boxes of WWII materials. The two sets of files were combined into one alphabetically arranged series. The contents of the files have been arranged as chronologically as possible with undated items at the backs of folders. Files contain correspondence, minutes, financial information, bank statements (1943-1946, their account was closed on October, 1946), financial ledgers, publications from related organizations, newsletters, memos, receipts and invoices (sometimes attached to relevant correspondence), photographs, reports, lists, sign-in sheets, statistics, donation record books, and other printed matter (flyers, postcard announcements, etc.). These files document the varied activities of this group during the war years, though some materials are duplicated elsewhere in the collection (e.g. course flyers can also be found in the Civilian Defense files). The "Seeds for Britain Project" folder contains communication with Professor Hugh Findlay, who gave lectures on gardening in 1943 and 1944.


Sub-Series 1: General


Box 35 Folder 27 Allied Sales Committee—Record of Sales, 1942-1943


Box 35 Folder 28 American Field Service, 1941-1942


Box 35 Folder 29 American Friends Service Committee—Correspondence & Printed Matter,, 1946


Box 35 Folder 30 American Women's Voluntary Services, 1941-1942


Box 35 Folder 31 Annual Appeal, 1941-1942


Box 35 Folder 32 Annual Meeting, 1942-1945



Box 36 Folder 1 Annual Meeting, Final—Minutes & Reports, 1946


Box 36 Folder 2 C.U. Appointments Office—Information Bulletins, 1941-1942


Box 36 Folder 3-6 Bank Statements, 1943-1946, (4 Folders)


Box 36 Folder 7 Barnard College, 1941-1944


Box 36 Folder 8 Belgian War Relief, 1943 1946, 1943, 1946


Box 36 Folder 9 Benefit Events—General, 1941-1943


Box 36 Folder 10 Blood Donor Service, 1942-1943 undated, 1942-1943, undated


Box 36 Folder 11 Book (Victory) Campaign, 1941-1942


Box 36 Folder 12 British War Relief Committee—Minutes, 1941-1943


Box 36 Folder 13 British War Relief Organizations, 1942

(Other than BWRS)


British War Relief Society—Columbia Committee


Box 36 Folder 14 1941-1942



Box 37 Folder 1 1942-1943 1945, 1942-1943, 1945


British War Relief Society


Box 37 Folder 2 General, 1940-1942 1944-1945, 1940-1942, 1944-1945


Box 37 Folder 3 General Publications, 1942-1946


Box 37 Folder 4 The British War Relief Society, Inc.—Invoices, 1942-1943


Box 37 Folder 5 Bulletins & Misc. Publications, 1942


Box 37 Folder 6 Bundles for America, 1943


Box 37 Folder 7 Casa Italiana, 1942-1946


Box 37 Folder 8 Clippings, 1941-1943


Box 37 Folder 9-10 Check Register, 1942-1946, (2 Folders)


Box 37 Folder 11 China—C.U. Committee for China Relief, 1941-1946


Box 37 Folder 12 Christmas Bazaar, 1943-1945


Box 37 Folder 13 Christmas Cards, 1942



Box 38 Folder 1 Civilian Defense Volunteer Office, 1941-1943


Box 38 Folder 2 Columbia Dames, 1942-1944


Box 38 Folder 3 Constituent Committees, 1940-1944


Box 38 Folder 4 Contributions, 1942-1943


Box 38 Folder 5 Cook Book, 1942


Box 38 Folder 6 Corn Exchange Bank Trust Co. Account Book, 1941-1946


Box 38 Folder 7 Courses, 1941-1944


Box 38 Folder 8 Doll Dressing Contest, 1942


Box 38 Folder 9 Donation Record Book, 1941 December-1943 August


Box 38 Folder 10 Enemy Alien Legislation, 1942


Box 38 Folder 11 Excise Taxes, 1942-1946


Executive Committee


Box 38 Folder 12 Agenda & Correspondence, 1940-1945


Box 38 Folder 13 Minutes, 1942-1946



Box 39 Folder 1 Reports Made to, 1942-1945


Box 39 Folder 2-5 Financial Ledger, 1942-1946, (4 Folders)


Box 39 Folder 6 Findlay (Hugh) Lecture, 1942-1943


Box 39 Folder 7 Fingerprinting, 1942



Box 40 Folder 1 Flower Sale, 1942-1946


Box 40 Folder 2 Form Letters, Notices, Newsletters, 1940-1946


Box 40 Folder 3 Forum Series, 1942


Box 40 Folder 4 Fourth War Loan Drive, 1944


Box 40 Folder 5 French Folklore Society Concert—May 14, 1943 1942-1943, 1943, 1942-1943


Box 40 Folder 6 French Relief, 1942-1946


Box 40 Folder 7 Fur Vest Project, 1942-1943


Box 40 Folder 8 Gift Shop, 1942-1944


Box 40 Folder 9 Mrs. Gioseffi, ca., 1940s


Box 40 Folder 10 Greek War Relief Committee, 1940-1946


Box 40 Folder 11 Greek War Relief Association Newsletter, 1942-1946


Box 40 Folder 12 Hawkes, Anna Rose (Mrs. Herbert E.), 1942-1943


Box 40 Folder 13 Hobbies for Victory, 1942-1943


Box 40 Folder 14 Holland, American Relief for, 1945-1946


Box 40 Folder 15 Household Economy Course, 1943


Box 40 Folder 16 Institute of Arts & Sciences, 1942-1943


Box 40 Folder 17 International Fair & Folk Festival, 1942-1943


Box 40 Folder 18 International House, 1942



Box 41 Folder 1 Italian War Relief, 1945-1946


Box 41 Folder 2 Joint Films Program— April 3, 1943 1943, April 3, 1943, 1943


Box 41 Folder 3 Joint Income Tax Returns, 1942


Box 41 Folder 4 Knitting Bureau, 1940-1944


Box 41 Folder 5 Letterhead, ca., 1942-1944


Box 41 Folder 6 Linguists (Translators), 1942


Box 41 Folder 7 Minutes, Reports & Financial Statements, 1941-1944


Box 41 Folder 8 Miscellaneous, 1942


Box 41 Folder 9 Music for the Armed Forces, 1942-1944


Box 41 Folder 10 National Defense, 1941-1942


Box 41 Folder 11 National Service Guidance Bureau, ca., 1940s


Box 41 Folder 12 National War Fund, 1943-1945


Box 41 Folder 13 Navy League of the U.S., 1942


Box 41 Folder 14 Navy Wives, 1942-1943


Box 41 Folder 15 Nemo Benefit, 1942


Box 41 Folder 16 New York War Fund, 1944-1945


Box 41 Folder 17 News Notes, 1942-1943


Box 41 Folder 18 Norway, The American Friends of, 1943


Box 41 Folder 19 Nurse's Aides, 1942


Box 41 Folder 20 Nutrition, 1942


Box 41 Folder 21 Office of Information & Registration, 1942-1943


Box 41 Folder 22 Office of Price Administration (O.P.A.), 1942-1944


Box 41 Folder 23 Opportunities to Work, 1942-1943



Box 42 Folder 1 Organizations—Miscellaneous, 1942-1943 1946, 1942-1943, 1946


Box 42 Folder 2 Payroll Allotment Plan, 1942


Box 42 Folder 3 Personnel—Clerical and Typing, 1942


Box 42 Folder 4 Philippine War Relief, 1946


Box 42 Folder 5 Position in University, 1942


Box 42 Folder 6 Posters, 1942


Box 42 Folder 7 Procedures, 1942 1945, 1942, 1945


Box 42 Folder 8 Production Chart, 1943-1944


Box 42 Folder 9 Projects & Publicity Committee, 1942 1944, 1942, 1944


Box 42 Folder 10 Publicity, 1942-1943


Box 42 Folder 11 Ration Book Registration, 1942-1943


Box 42 Folder 12 Receipts, 1942-1944


Receipts & Invoices


Box 42 Folder 13-18 1942-1944 May, (6 Folders)



Box 43 Folder 1-3 1944 June-1946, 1944, (3 Folders)


Box 43 Folder 4 Reclamation Committee, 1942


Box 43 Folder 5 Red Cross, 1941-1946


Box 43 Folder 6 Registrations, 1942-1943


Box 43 Folder 7 Rummage Sale, 1942


Box 43 Folder 8 Russian War Relief Committee, 1942-1945


Box 43 Folder 9 Seeds for Britain Project, 1943-1944


Box 43 Folder 10 Selective Registration, 1942


Box 43 Folder 11 Sewing, 1941-1943


Box 43 Folder 12 Sponsors, 1942-1943


Box 43 Folder 13 Student War Relief Committee, 1941-1945


Box 43 Folder 14 Suggestions, 1942


Box 43 Folder 15 Summer Opening, 1942


Box 43 Folder 16 Surgical Dressings, 1942-1946


Surgical Dressings Book



Folder 17 Box 43 1942 October-1943 May



Box 44 Folder 1-4 1943 May-1945 May, (4 Folders)


Box 44 Folder 5 Tax Exemption, 1942-1943


Box 44 Folder 6 Teas Committee, 1942-1945


Box 44 Folder 7 Telephone, 1942-1944


Box 44 Folder 8 Thrift Shop, 1942-1943


Box 44 Folder 9 Treasurer's Financial Statements & Reports, 1942-1946


Box 44 Folder 10 Treasurer's Reports, 1942-1943


Box 44 Folder 11 Tureck Concerts, 1943-1944


Box 44 Folder 12 United National Clothing Collection, 1945


Box 44 Folder 13 United Service Organizations, Inc. (U.S.O.), 1941-1942 1946, 1941-1942, 1946



Box 45 Folder 1 Veterans Housing, 1946


Box 45 Folder 2 Volunteer Workers, Placement of, 1942


Box 45 Folder 3 War Courses, 1941-1943 undated, 1941-1943, undated


Box 45 Folder 4 War Information Center, 1942


Box 45 Folder 5 War Loan Drive, 1943


Box 45 Folder 6 World Student Service Fund, 1941-1946


Box 45 Folder 7 The Women's Faculty Club Committee for War Relief—Bulletins, 1940-1941


Box 45 Folder 8 Young Men's Christian Association, 1942


Box 45 Folder 9 Young Women's Christian Association, 1941-1942


Box 45 Folder 10 Yugoslav Relief, 1945-1946


Sub-Series 2: Volunteer Records Card File

This series is an alphabetical card file listing names and contact information for CU Committee for War Relief Volunteers. Each card includes name, address, connection with University, list of activities (the person checks off those activities he/she is interested in or willing to work), time available, remarks, notations about contributions and the date. The cards date from 1942-1945. There are also colored sticky tabs at the tops of the cards. Their meaning is not known and many are falling off due to disintegration of the glue.



Box 58 A-H (index card )



Box 59 I-S (index card )



Box 60 T-Z (index card )

Series IV: Civilian Defense

This series contains correspondence, memos, lists, minutes, newsletters, newspaper clippings, and ephemera (actual ID cards and armbands) concerning the activities of the civilian defense program at Columbia University. Issues include civilian defense courses, air raid drills, and building control activities. The original order of this series was lost prior to processing so a new order was imposed based on the subject matter of the materials.

Correspondence in this series is primarily from Nicholas McKnight, Director of the Civilian Defense Program, but a significant amount of communication also comes from Fon W. Boardman, Jr. who was Assistant to the Director of the Civilian Defense Program. Boardman was in charge of ID card and armband distribution, a well documented aspect of the program in these files. In addition to correspondence and materials concerning the activities of the various committees and the Student Auxiliary Corps within the university community, McKnight's dealings with suburban defense organizations (particularly in New Jersey), the NYC Police Department, and the local New York civilian defense councils is also documented.

Three incidents are of particular note. These include December, 1941 correspondence between McKnight and representatives of Harvard, McGill University, University of Pennsylvania, Stanford and Yale regarding the civilian defense activities at those institutions; December, 1941 and early January, 1942 correspondence from students and staff concerning how they could help the war effort on campus in the wake of Pearl Harbor; and correspondence within the Barnard file concerning civilian defense activities on that campus and how it would work within the larger program forming at Columbia.



Box 45 Folder 11 Air Raid Alarm Information, 1941-1942 undated, 1941-1942, undated


Box 45 Folder 12 Air Raid Drills, 1942 March


Box 45 Folder 13 Assorted Material, 1941 undated, 1941, undated


Box 45 Folder 14 Building Control—Academic Buildings & Dormitories, c., 1941-1942


Box 45 Folder 15 Unit Enrollment, 1941-1942 undated, 1941-1942, undated


Box 45 Folder 16 Units—Lists, 1941 undated, 1941, undated


Box 45 Folder 17 Bulletin & Mailing List—Correspondence & Memos, 1941-1942


Civilian Defense


Box 45 Folder 18 Council Bulletin, 1942 1946, 1942, 1946


Box 45 Folder 19 Council Minutes, 1941-1942


Box 45 Folder 20 1 (Course), Dr. William H. McCastline, 1941-1942


Box 45 Folder 21 2 (Course), Professor Carl F. Kayan, 1941-1942


Box 45 Folder 22 3 (Course), Professor William D. Turner, 1941-1942


Box 45 Folder 23 4 (Course), Professor W.H. Hayes, 1942


Box 45 Folder 24 L100 (Course-- "An American in a World War"), 1942


Courses


Box 45 Folder 25 Info & Enrollment, 1941-1942


Box 45 Folder 26 Printed Matter, 1941-1942


Box 45 Folder 27 Program Outline, 1941 1943, 1941, 1943



Box 46 Folder 1 C.U. Civilian Defense Notebook, 1942


Box 46 Folder 2-4 Correspondence, 1941-1943, (3 Folders)


Box 46 Folder 5 Correspondence with Barnard College, 1941-1942


Committee on Campus Protection


Box 46 Folder 6 General, 1941-1942


Box 46 Folder 7 Memoranda, 1941-1943 undated, 1941-1943, undated


Box 46 Folder 8 Committee on Community Education, 1942-1943


Committee on Courses of Training


Box 46 Folder 9 General, 1941-1942


Box 46 Folder 10 Minutes, 1941-1942



Box 47 Folder 1 Committee on Protection of Valuable Possessions, 1941-1943


Box 47 Folder 2 Committee on Technical Advice, 1942


Committee on Volunteer Participation


Box 47 Folder 3 General, 1942-1943


Box 47 Folder 4 Meeting Minutes, 1942


Box 47 Folder 5 Extension Committee on Defense Courses, 1942


Box 47 Folder 6 Fire Safety Program, 1941-1942 1950, 1941-1942, 1950


Box 47 Folder 7 Identification Card Record, 1942


Identification Cards & Arm Bands


Box 47 Folder 8 General, ca., 1940s


Box 47 Folder 9 Correspondence, 1942-1943


Box 47 Folder 10 N.Y.C. Air Warden Service, 1942


Box 47 Folder 11 New York Police Department—Correspondence, 1942


Box 47 Folder 12 Newspaper Clippings, 1941-1945


Publications, 1942 undated, 1942, undated


Box 47 Folder 13 General, 1942 undated, 1942, undated


Box 47 Folder 14 Correspondence, 1942


Student Auxiliary Corps, 1941-1942


Box 47 Folder 15 General, 1941-1942


Box 47 Folder 16 Campus Patrol, 1942


Box 47 Folder 17 Fire Control Division, 1942-1943


Box 47 Folder 18 First Aid Squad, 1942-1943


Box 47 Folder 19 Suburban Defense Organizations—Correspondence, 1941-1942



Box 48 Folder 1 24th Precinct—Correspondence, 1941-1942


Volunteer Faculty Instructors


Box 48 Folder 2 Air Raid Warden Training, 1942


Box 48 Folder 3 Lists, 1942 undated, 1942, undated

Series V: Educational and Military Training Programs

This series contains bulletins, graduation programs, publications, newspaper articles, speeches, conference proceedings and other printed matter relating to military training programs at Columbia. The programs included the United States Naval Reserve (U.S.N.R.) Midshipmen's School, the Navy V-12 program and the U.S. Navy School of Military Government and Administration. Educational programs are represented by course descriptions, announcements, newspaper clippings and information about various educational opportunities related to the war effort. Usually the material is about intensive courses and programs in language or engineering and related sciences. Newspaper clipping file includes articles about courses designed specifically for women dated from 1942 and one from June, 1943.


Box 48 Folder 4 "Bureau of Naval Personnel Training Bulletin", 1944 March 15


Box 48 Folder 5 Civil Pilot Training Program, 1940-1941


Box 48 Folder 6 Conference on the Navy V-12 Program at C.U., 1943 May 14-15


Box 48 Folder 7 "Educational Implications of Peace-Time Compulsory Military Training", 1944


Box 48 Folder 8 Engineering, Science and Management Defense Training at C.U.—Course Descriptions, 1942 undated, 1942, undated



Box 62 Folder 1 Engineering, Science and Management Defense Training at C.U.—Course Plan and Proposals,, 1941-1942


Box 62 Folder 2 Engineering, Science and Management Defense Training at C.U.—Course Plan and Proposals,, 1942-1943


Box 62 Folder 3 Engineering, Science and Management Defense Training at C.U.—Course Plan and Proposals,, 1943-1944



Box 48 Folder 9 "The Naval School of Military Government and Administration" by Schuyler C. Wallace,, 1944 January


Box 48 Folder 10 Navy College Training Program—Forms & Procedures for Contracting,, 1942-1943


Navy V-12 Program


Box 48 Folder 11 Curricula Schedules, Course Descriptions, 1942-1943


Box 48 Folder 12 Bulletins (no. 5-12), 1943


Box 48 Folder 13 Bulletins (no. 22-39), 1943


Box 48 Folder 14 Clippings, Press Release, 1943-1946 1987, 1943-1946, 1987


Newspaper Clippings


Box 48 Folder 15 Education, 1940-1944


Box 48 Folder 16 Military Training, 1942-1945


Box 48 Folder 17 "Opportunities for Men with Engineering Training in the Armed Services",, 1942



Box 49 Folder 1 Training in International Administration, 1942-1943


U.S.N.R. Midshipmen's School


Box 49 Folder 3 Dinner & Reception for Commodore Richards, 1945


Box 49 Folder 3 Graduation Programs, 1942-1945


Box 49 Folder 4 Miscellaneous, 1943 undated, 1943, undated


Box 49 Folder 5 Newspaper Clippings & Press Releases, 1942-1945


U.S. Navy School of Military Government and Administration


Box 49 Folder 6 Graduation Materials, 1943


Box 49 Folder 7 "The Luluai", 1943 June


Box 49 Folder 8 "The War and Engineering Education: An Analysis and a Forecast", 1943


Box 49 Folder 9 Wartime Intensive Education Programs—Bulletins, 1942-1944


Box 49 Folder 10 C.U. Appointments Office—Information Bulletins, 1942

Series VI: Selective Service

This series is comprised of an alphabetical file of correspondence, affidavits, forms and applications and memos regarding individuals (ca.1943-1945) who were considered vital to the university and were requesting deferment from military service ("occupational deferment"). Most correspondence is with Frank D. Fackenthal, Provost of the University, and local draft boards, though there are often letters from deans of schools (e.g., James Kip Finch of the School of Engineering, N.M. McKnight of Columbia College) advocating on behalf of a specific staff or faculty member. Correspondence pleads the cases of these individuals, arguing the importance of their work to the university and that their skills would be irreplaceable if drafted. Within the correspondence, there are often references to standard forms which are not necessarily attached to the cover letters (most of which are carbon copies of the original correspondence). Materials are arranged alphabetically within each folder.

Amongst the people applying for deferments were notable Columbia personalities such as Jacques Barzun, Karl Menges and Mario Salvadori. But not only professors and researchers were asking for deferments. Mr. Peter Mouzakis, First Cook who worked in John Jay Hall Dining Room was recommended for deferment by Thomas A. McGoey, director of University Residence Halls due to his "experience in handling the food preparation problem of 2,000 Midshipmen and trainees who are stationed at Columbia University." (letter, March 24, 1945). He was still classified as 1A (available immediately for military service) by his local Selective Service board.

A second set of alphabetical files contains correspondence, applications, forms, and memos for specific individuals seeking educational deferments in the immediate post-war period (1946-1947). Most of this correspondence is with Albert Jacobs, Assistant to Acting President Frank D. Fackenthal. Also included in this series are files with information and forms distributed to Columbia College students regarding selective service as well as files containing general policies and regulations of the Faculty Deferment Section of the U.S. Office of Education regarding such deferments from Selective Service (see article from New York Sun 6 August 1946). For instance, people involved in physics and engineering were considered important enough to avoid the draft; there were apparent successful attempts to broaden the definition of "important and indispensable" to educators in other fields, since there were so many GI's going back to school.

Selective Service Classifications encountered in this series: 1A: Available immediately for military service 2A: Deferred in support of national health, safety or interest 2B: Deferred in support of war production 4F: Registrants not acceptable for military service. Rejected for physical, mental or moral reasons


Deferments


Box 49 Folder 11-22 A-M, 1943-1946, (12 Folders)



Box 50 Folder 1-5 Mc-Z, 1943-1946, (5 Folders)


Box 50 Folder 6-7 A-Z, 1946-1947, (2 Folders)


Box 50 Folder 8 Policies, Instructions, Memos, 1946-1947


Box 50 Folder 9 Employer's List of Registrants, c., 1946


Box 50 Folder 10 Selected Service—Assorted Materials, 1940-1942 1948, 1940-1942, 1948


Box 50 Folder 11 Regulations—Vols. 1-6, 1940


Box 50 Folder 12 University Committee on National Defense—Information Bulletins, 1940-1941

Series VII: Service Records

This series consists of surveys, questionnaires, forms and lists from a successful attempt by the university to document the war activities (both military and civilian) of its faculty, staff and alumni. Includes original forms filled out by individuals as well as compilation lists from these surveys. There were three main attempts at gathering this information: the Alumni War Record, the Armed Services Status Surveys, and the War Activities Questionnaire.

The Alumni War Record includes correspondence from 1942-1943 regarding how colleges and universities were to keep up with their alumni who were entering the armed forces and how to create a war record. This part of the series includes lists of CU alumni in the armed forces (ca. 1942-1943) as well as examples of the printed matter sent out to collect alumni war record info. The Armed Services Status Surveys were sent to all departments of the University in 1950 to find out who had served in WWII as well as current military involvement (e.g., reserve unit, drafted, etc.). The files are arranged alphabetically, university offices first and then academic departments. Individual surveys are arranged alphabetically within a folder.

The War Activities Questionnaire comprises the bulk of this series. This was an attempt by the Office of the Secretary to survey all the faculty and staff at the University as to their participation in the war effort. Organized by Philip M. Hayden, Secretary of the University in 1946-1947, the Secretary was insistent that he obtain responses from everyone. Materials include departmental rosters/lists, completed survey forms, correspondence and memos regarding gathering of information, questionnaires filled out by faculty, instructors, research assistants, associates, assistant professors, and the occasional other (e.g., Trustees, chaplains, registrars, deans). Folders are arranged alphabetically by name of department, school or office and surveys are arranged alphabetically within each folder.


Alumni War Record



Box 51 Folder 1 Correspondence, 1942-1943


Box 51 Folder 2 Forms & Printed Matter, 1942-1944


Box 51 Folder 3 Lists, 1942-1943


Armed Services Status Survey


Box 51 Folder 4 Results, 1951


Box 51 Folder 5 Admissions, 1950


Box 51 Folder 6 Business Affairs, 1950


Box 51 Folder 7 Columbia College, 1950


Box 51 Folder 8 Development, 1950


Box 51 Folder 9 Engineering, 1950


Box 51 Folder 10 Registrar's Office, 1950


Box 51 Folder 11 General Officers of Administration, 1950


Box 51 Folder 12 Anthropology, 1950


Box 51 Folder 13 Architecture, 1950


Box 51 Folder 14 Astronomy, 1950


Box 51 Folder 15 Barnard College, 1950


Box 51 Folder 16 Botany, 1950


Box 51 Folder 17 Business, 1950


Box 51 Folder 18 Chemical Engineering, 1950


Box 51 Folder 19 Chemistry, 1950


Box 51 Folder 20 Chinese and Japanese, 1950


Box 51 Folder 21 Civil Engineering, 1950


Box 51 Folder 22 Dramatic Arts, 1950


Box 51 Folder 23 Economics, 1950


Box 51 Folder 24 Electrical Engineering, 1950


Box 51 Folder 25 English & Comparative Literature, 1950


Box 51 Folder 26 Fine Arts & Archaeology, 1950


Box 51 Folder 27 French, 1950


Box 51 Folder 28 General & Comparative Linguistics, 1950


Box 51 Folder 29 Geology, 1950


Box 51 Folder 30 German, 1950


Box 51 Folder 31 Graphics, 1950


Box 51 Folder 32 Greek & Latin, 1950


Box 51 Folder 33 History, 1950


Box 51 Folder 34 Industrial Engineering, 1950


Box 51 Folder 35 International Affairs, 1950


Box 51 Folder 36 Italian, 1950


Box 51 Folder 37 Journalism, 1950


Box 51 Folder 38 Law, 1950


Box 51 Folder 39 Legislative Drafting Research Fund, 1950


Box 51 Folder 40 Library and Library Service, 1950


Box 51 Folder 41 Mathematics, 1950


Box 51 Folder 42 Mathematical Statistics, 1950


Box 51 Folder 43 Mechanical Engineering, 1950


Box 51 Folder 44 Mining and Metallurgy, 1950


Box 51 Folder 45 Music, 1950


Box 51 Folder 46 Naval Science, 1950


Box 51 Folder 47 Optometry, 1950


Box 51 Folder 48 Pharmacy, 1950


Box 51 Folder 49 Philosophy, 1950


Box 51 Folder 50 Physical Education, 1950


Box 51 Folder 51 Physics, 1950


Box 51 Folder 52 Psychology, 1950


Box 51 Folder 53 Public Law and Government, 1950


Box 51 Folder 54 Religion, 1950


Box 51 Folder 55 Semitic Languages, 1950


Box 51 Folder 56 Slavic Languages, 1950


Box 51 Folder 57 Social Work, NY School of, 1950


Box 51 Folder 58 Sociology, 1950


Box 51 Folder 59 Spanish, 1950



Box 52 Folder 1 Teachers College, 1950-1951


Box 52 Folder 2 Union Theological Seminary, 1950


Box 52 Folder 3 University Seminar, 1950


Box 52 Folder 4 Urban Land Use & Housing Studies, 1950


Box 52 Folder 5 Zoology, 1950


War Activities Questionnaires


Box 52 Folder 6 Correspondence & Memos, 1946-1947


Box 52 Folder 7-9 Departmental Rosters (A-Z, No Names), 1947, (3 Folders)


Box 52 Folder 10-20 A-L, 1946-1947, (11 Folders)



Box 53 Folder 1-9 M-Z, 1946-1947, (9 Folders)


Box 53 Folder 10-11 No Service, A-Z, 1946, (2 Folders)


Box 53 Folder 12 War Activities—Lists, c., 1946-1947

Series VIII: Subject Files

This series consists of newspaper clippings, speeches, publications, printed matter and press releases from the time period. The clippings files found in this series are arranged alphabetically by subject and are either of very general nature or not associated directly with topics addressed in other series which will contain their own appropriate clippings files. Topics include: anti-war protests (mainly the April, 1935 peace strike), Columbia's war service, Barnard College's contributions to the war effort, students and alumni in the armed services, war activities of professors and administrators, the activities of Russian students studying at Columbia during these years. Other subjects of note addressed by this series include 1940 Academic Freedom issues and the controversy surrounding the dismissal of six medical students from The College of Physicians and Surgeons in 1935 (found in the Newspaper Clippings – Anti-War Protest file). Information about a few wartime related conferences and transcripts of a number of speeches by university and non-university personalities can be found here, as well as some publications by the university (e.g., "Memorandum from Morningside") and from outside the university (e.g, "War Records Collector" newsletter). Also of interest are wartime newsletters published by St. Paul's Chapel Choir and a collection of letters that contain updates about members of the St. Paul's Chapel Choir who were involved in the war.

The post-war period is also significantly represented in this series, mostly in relation to the influx of veterans enrolling as students, but also addressing such matters as the formation of the United Nations (Virginia Gildersleeve, Dean of Barnard College, was a representative to the San Francisco conference) and book republication projects for Germany. The files addressing the topic of veterans include newspaper clippings and other printed matter about these students, their needs and concerns (e.g. tuition increase controversy in 1946) as well as two bound volumes documenting Shanks Village, a housing project near Nyack, NY for students and veterans after the war.



Box 54 Folder 1 Academic Freedom, 1940-1941


Box 54 Folder 2 Alumni—Assorted Printed Matter & Correspondence, 1944-1946


Box 54 Folder 3 Assorted Printed Matter, 1942-1945


Box 54 Folder 4 Book & Periodical Republication Program, 1943


Box 54 Folder 5 Columbia: An American University in Peace and War , 1945


Box 54 Folder 6 Columbia College Office of the Dean News Bulletin, 1944-1945


Box 54 Folder 7 Columbia Progressive, 1941


Box 54 Folder 8 Columbia Queries, 1942


Box 54 Folder 9 The Columbia Sentinel , 1941


Box 54 Folder 10 "Columbia University in this World Crisis" by Nicholas Murray Butler, 1940 October 3


Box 54 Folder 11 Conference: "The American Platform in America at War" (Institute of Arts & Sciences),, 1942 April 9


Box 54 Folder 12 Conference on Wartime Problems, 1942 November 13-14


Box 54 Folder 13 Educational Information for Returning Military Personnel, 1945


Box 54 Folder 14 "The G.I. Bill of Rights and the Law Schools" by Dean Young B. Smith, 1944 September 12


Box 54 Folder 15 "Hank Shank's Xmas", ca., 1948


Box 54 Folder 16 Hellenic Day Resolution, 1941


Box 54 Folder 17 Higher Education and National Defense Bulletin, 1942-1943


Box 54 Folder 18 "How Barnard Can Help Win the War" by Dean Virginia C. Gildersleeve, 1942 January 13


Box 54 Folder 19 Inside Shanks (by Wyatt & Sheehan), ca., 1947


Box 54 Folder 20 Lecture Delivered by Mr. Jan Ciechanowski, Polish Ambassador, 1941 February 11


Box 54 Folder 21 Louvain Library, 1940-1941


Box 54 Folder 22-23 "Memorandum from Morningside", 1943-1946, (2 Folders)


Box 54 Folder 24 Memoranda & Notices, 1941-1942


Box 54 Folder 25 "More About Memorials That Live", 1945


Box 54 Folder 26 NY College Teachers Union—Columbia Chapter, 1940-1942


Newspaper Clippings


Box 54 Folder 27 Anti-War Protests, 1933 1935 1940, 1933, 1935, 1940



Box 55 Folder 1 Barnard College, 1942-1945


Box 55 Folder 2 Columbia's War Service, 1940-1946


Box 55 Folder 3 Miscellaneous, 1933 1941-1948, 1933, 1941-1948


Box 55 Folder 4 Anti-War Protests (originals), 1935 1940, 1935, 1940


Box 55 Folder 5 Professors & Administrators, 1940-1944


Box 55 Folder 6 Russian Students at Columbia, 1942-1943


Box 55 Folder 7 Students, Alumni & the Armed Services, 1940-1942


Box 55 Folder 8 Veterans as Students, 1942-1947


Box 55 Folder 9 War Aid, 1940-1943


Post-War


Box 55 Folder 10 Assorted Printed Matter, 1945-1948


Box 55 Folder 11 Press Releases, 1945-1946 1948, 1945-1946, 1948


Box 55 Folder 12 Pre-Nazi Texts from C.U. Used in Germany, 1945


Box 55 Folder 13 Protest Leaflets, c., 1940s


"Recommendations . . . with Respect to Post-War Education for Discharged Service Men",, 1943 July 15


The Shanks Village Collection


Box 55 Folder 15 Vol. I, 1947-1948



Box 56 Folder 1 Vol. II, 1947-1949


Box 56 Folder 2 Shanks Village Directory, 1949 November


Box 56 Folder 3 Shanks Village Information Bulletin, ca., 1947



Box 57 Folder 10 Co-op Shopper (Issued by Shanks Village Cooperative), 1949


The Shanks Villager (Newspaper)



Box 56 Folder 4 Vol. 1, 1947


Box 56 Folder 5 Vol. 2, 1947-1948


Box 56 Folder 6 Vol. 3, 1948-1949



Box 57 Folder 11 Vol. 4, 1949-50


Box 57 Folder 12 Undated Fragments


St. Paul's Chapel Choir



Box 61 Folder 1 Newsletters, 1940s


Box 61 Folder 2-5 Letters from Service Men & Women, 1940s



Box 56 Folder 7 Tuition Increase Controversy, 1946


Box 56 Folder 8 United Nations, 1945


Box 56 Folder 9 U.S.O. Materials, 1942


Box 56 Folder 10 "University Against War", 1937 April


Box 56 Folder 11 War Information Center, 1942-1943


Box 56 Folder 12 War Loan Bond Campaigns, 1942-1945


Box 56 Folder 13 "The War Records Collector" (Newsletter), 1943-1946


The New York Times



Box 57 Folder 1 1945 April 21


Box 57 Folder 2 1945 April 23