Guide to the American Business Consultants, Inc. Counterattack : Research Files
1930-1968
(Bulk 1948-1956)


Tamiment Library/Robert F. Wagner Labor Archives
Elmer Holmes Bobst Library
70 Washington Square South
New York, NY 10012

Phone: (212) 998-2630
Fax: (212) 995-4070
Email: gail.malmgreen@nyu.edu

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Descriptive Summary

Creator: American Business Consultants, Inc.
Title: The American Business Consultants, Inc. Counterattack : Research Files
Dates: 1930 - 1968
Abstract: American Business Consultants, Inc. was formed in 1947 by several former agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation to investigate allegedly subversive organizations and individuals, particularly those affiliated with the Communist Party, USA. In May 1947, A.B.C. began publishing Counterattack in New York, a for-profit weekly "newsletter of facts to combat Communism." The collection is comprised of research files for individuals, organizations, events and activities which were considered to reflect communist influence, and contain clippings, ephemera, internal documents, correspondence, and investigative reports, some of which were of an undercover nature.
Quantity: 44 linear feet ( boxes)
Call Phrase: Tamiment 148

Arrangement

Arranged numerically by series and file number.
Organized into eighteen topical series (see scope and content note).


Historical/Biographical Note:

American Business Consultants, Inc. was formed in 1947 by several former agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. This organization established itself as a source of information regarding allegedly subversive organizations and individuals, particularly those suspected of affiliation with the Communist Party, USA. In May 1947, A.B.C. began publishing Counterattack, a weekly "newsletter of facts to combat Communism." A.B.C. was one of a number of research enterprises which amassed information regarding Communist-related organizations, but it was also an entrepreneurial enterprise which sought to turn a profit. The founders of Counterattack, including former FBI agent John G. Keenan, who became Counterattack's President, solicited subscriptions from "Security Officers, Personnel Directors, Employment managers and all sorts of people whose business requires them to know the facts about the background of organizations and/or individuals." Headquartered in New York, Counterattack's orientation was primarily, though not entirely, New York-based, reflecting the geographical concentration of the CPUSA.

Publications such as Counterattack can be viewed as products of the domestic ramifications of the Cold War era. American Business Consultants formed one segment of a larger network, which included the House Un-American Activities Committee, involved in research into allegedly Communist-related activities of individuals and organizations. Since its membership was composed of former FBI agents, not only did A.B.C. possess information obtained by this agency, but it also had access to the files of HUAC. (Burlingame, p. 87)

The connection between the two agencies was made manifest in 1950, when Counterattack published a booklet entitled Red Channels, which listed possible "subversives" in the world of radio and television. Addressing itself to radio and television company executives already embattled by recent HUAC investigations, Red Channels simply listed a series of names of persons in show business, and the number of times each person had been cited by the FBI or HUAC, without making any specific accusations against any given person.(Burlingame, p. 152) The potential of "guilt by association" involved in this technique resulted in a series of libel suits filed against Counterattack by various film and radio personalities. Although Counterattack eventually defended itself against these libel suits, settling some out of court while winning others on appeal in 1956, the financial cost of litigation proved hazardous to Counterattack. As a result, John Keenan in a 1963 memorandum affirmed a "hands-off policy" regarding Communism on the part of the publication. The organization officially disbanded in 1968.


Scope and Content Note

The Counterattack collection consists of research files organized into eighteen series, arranged numerically (by series number, and within each series, by file number). The research files contain clippings by and/or about the subjects (individual or corporate) researched; ephemera, internal documents, correspondence; and investigative reports and correspondence, some of which was of an undercover nature. The research files are organized into series, each of which is assigned a number. The lowest series number in our holdings is series 9, and the highest series number is 99. NOTE, however, that (a) we only have 19 series, (b) that there are many gaps in the series numbering, (c) and that the gaps in series numbers may represent series numbers not assigned, OR series which are missing from the collection. The richest series are 11 (CPUSA), 12 (CP Fronts), 13 (CP influenced Unions, described below), 14 (Individuals), 50 (Miscellaneous, notably containing several rich files on the Illinois Communist Party and its one-time leader, Gil Green). Descriptions for selected series follow, below. A complete list of all the series (giving series number and title, number of folders, and box numbers), directly precedes the Box & Folder List. One notable item is Index of Photographs in the Daily Worker from February 2, 1922 to December, 1942 (bulk: July, 1927-1942), compiled by Benjamin Mandel, for the Special Committee on Un-American Activities (HUAC). This document, containing entries for some 3500 photographs, is in series 11, and is also available separately and can be ordered from the Tamiment Library.

Series 13 (Trade Unions), contains extraordinary details about how unions coped with the attacks on their loyalties. The files on the American Communication Association and the American Radio Association describe how the Marine Division of the ACA left that Communist-influenced union, moving first to the Marine Engineers Beneficial Association before setting itself up as the ARA. In addition to convention proceedings and reports, the files contain many minutes of locals' meetings during this period for New York, New Orleans, Baltimore and several other cities. The Transport Workers Union files contain more information on the prewar period than most other files, with several testimonials by ex-members, as well as reports from "informants" during the post war period. The United Electricians, Radio and Machine Workers Union files, the largest set of files in the collection include several right-wing reports on the Communist leaders of the union. One report focusing on Minnesota includes an in-depth description of the Communist Party apparatus in that region. In addition, there are daily reports from an agent who worked at UE National Headquarters in 1952, and extensive reports from an agent documenting a machine workers strike in 1946. The files on the United Office and Professional Workers of America discuss attempts to organize workers on Wall Street, and include union financial reports that Counterattack used to trace payments to Communist front organizations There is also good information on fighting between the union and Prudential over the company's attempts to move insurance agents into other unions. The Retail, Wholesale, and Department Store Workers of America files contain a very large number of daily reports by insiders, documenting a strike against Macy's, an extended dispute against management at Bloomingdale's, and an organizing drive at an A&S in Brooklyn, supplemented by a large amount of fliers and newsletters from both sides.

Series 14 (Individuals), contains files on over 200 individuals, including leading and rank and file communists, progressives, fellow travelers, and liberals, leading figures in the arts, sciences and professions, and files on the following individuals whose papers are held by the Tamiment Library: Cedric Belfrage, Leo Isaacson, Saul Mills, Michael Quill, Annette Rubinstein, and Morris Schappes.

Series 50 (Miscellaneous): The highlight of this series are four fat folders on the Communist Party in Illinois, 1948-49, including the correspondence and reports of a highly-placed informant who apparently had access to the state chairperson, Gil Green, and includes some material by Green.

NOTE: An asterisk (*) preceding the folder title denotes a folder found to contain especially valuable documentation, usually in the form of undercover investigative reports, internal documents or correspondence of the organizations and/or individuals in question. The presence of an asterisk (*) is a positive statement about a particular folder only. The absence of an asterisk (*) in front of a folder title is not a definitive statement that these folders do not contain significant documentation and/or the types of documents described above, although of less importance.

NOTE: A plus sign (+) preceding the folder title denotes a folder found to contain materials by or about anti-communist, right-wing organizations or individuals.

NOTE: Serial Titles are Italicized; Most Serial folders chiefly or solely contain Counterattack subscription correspondence.

NOTE: Date spans for folders in Series 9 and 10 are often approximate. Folders may contain materials from a wider date span than indicated.

Series Description

series/file: boxes: title

9/152: 1-9: Catchall series containing primarily clippings on individuals, organizations, topics

10/90: 9-10: Countries - mostly clippings

11/49: 11-12: CPUSA - national, state, local

12/115: 13-18: Communist/Popular Front organizations

13/70: 20-24: Trade Unions - mainly left unions

14.0/3060: 25-27: Individuals, miscellaneous seen as in CP or it influence; contains chronologies/c.v. type lists, from a few lines to more than a page per individual

14.1/239: 27-30: Individuals, specific - Prominent people seen as in CP or it influence (Browder, Claude Pepper, etc.); arranged by file#, not alphabetically; we have a list of the first 25 names;

15/125: 30-31: Organizations, miscellaneous; most national, liberal (also a few individuals); arranged by file#

16/1: 32: Espionage, Russian [clippings, mostly]

17/9: 32: US government agencies [clippings, mostly]

18/2: 32: Trotskyism, Socialist Workers Party [clippings, mostly]

19/1: 32: Fascism [clippings, mostly]

20/1: 32: Public opinion [clippings, mostly]

21/20: 32-33: Foundations

22/8: 33: Doctors, Interns, and miscellaneous

23/1: 33: Ralphe Bunche

24/1: 33: Unknown

50/159: 34-36: Miscellaneous: organizations, topics, geographic. Notable are 4 fat binders on Illinois CP activity; Alphabetical arrangement.

99/?: 37-44: Additional Miscellaneous Files. (Subseries A. Organizations, A-N; Subseries B. Duplicate Reports on Individuals & Organizations, A-Z).


Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Open for research without restrictions.

Use Restrictions

Permission to publish materials must be obtained in writing from the Director of Tamiment Library/Robert F. Wagner Labor Archives. Appointments are necessary for use of manuscript and archival materials. For more information, contact
Tamiment Library/Robert F. Wagner Labor Archives
Elmer Holmes Bobst Library
70 Washington Square South
New York, NY 10012

Phone: (212) 998-2630
Fax: (212) 995-4070
Email: gail.malmgreen@nyu.edu


Access Points

Subject Names:
Bunche, Ralph J. (Ralph Johnson), 1904-1971.
Green, Gil, 1906-
Keenan, John G.
Subject Organizations:
American Business Consultants.
Communist Party of the United States of America (Ill.)
Communist Party of the United States of America.
Counterattack (New York, N.Y.)
Subject Topics:
Anti-communist movements -- United States.
Communism -- New York (State)
Communism -- United States.
Trade-unions and communism -- United States.
Subject Places:
New York (State)--New York.
Document Types:
Correspondence.
Clippings.
Documents.
Reports.


Related Material at the Tamiment Library/Robert F. Wagner Labor Archives

The Cedric Belfrage Papers


Separated Material

There is no information about materials that are associated by provenance to the described materials that have been physically separated or removed.


Administrative Information

Provenance

Gift of Liberty University (Lynchburg, Virginia), 1992. From 1968-1985, held by the Church League of America, an organization which also maintained records regarding allegedly subversive Communist activities and organizations.

Preferred Citation

Published citations should take the following form:

Identification of item, date (if known); The American Business Consultants, Inc. Counterattack : Research Files; Tamiment 148; box number; folder number; Tamiment Library/Robert F. Wagner Labor Archives , New York University Libraries.


Container List

[The following section contains a detailed listing of the materials in the collection.]

 

Series 9

Scope and Content:

Catch-all series - mostly clips on individuals, topics, organizations

Box Folder Title Date
1 9-0 (pg# 1-100 )
Subversive Activities
1950-1963
1 9-0 (pg# 101-236 )
Subversive Activities
1961-1963
1 9-0 (pg# 237-349 )
Subversive Activities
1963-1965
1 9-0 (pg# 350-430 )
Subversive Activities
1965-1966
1 9-0 (pg# 431-480 )
Subversive Activities
1965-1966
1 9-0 (pg# 481-507 )
Subversive Activities
1966-1967
1 9-0 (pg# 508-532 )
Subversive Activities
1967-1968
1 9-0 (pg# 533-570 )
Subversive Activities
1968-1969
1 9-0 (pg# 571-647 )
Subversive Activities
1969
1 9-0 (pg# 648-741 )
Subversive Activities
1969-1970
1 9-0 (pg# 742-839 )
Subversive Activities
1969-1970
1 9-0 (pg# 840-934 )
Subversive Activities
1970-1971
1 9-0 (pg# 935-1012 )
Subversive Activities
1971
1 9-0 (pg# 1013-1064 )
Subversive Activities
1971-1972
Box Folder Title Date
2 9-2 Pillion Resolution HJ 447 1961
2 9-3 Literature re Communism 1957-1962
2 9-4 National Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy (SANE) 1967-1968
2 9-5 (pg# 1-63 )
+John Birch Society
1961-1963
2 9-5 (pg# 64-150 )
+John Birch Society
undated
2 9-5 (pg# 151-258 )
+John Birch Society
1965-1972
2 9-6 Highlander Folk School 1965-1967
2 9-7 *+Minutemen 1961-1969
2 9-7A +On Target (Minutemen) 1965-1970
2 9-8 (pg# 1-104 )
NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People)
1956-1966
2 9-8 (pg# 105-213 )
NAACP
1958-1967
2 9-8 (pg# 214-255 )
NAACP
1969-1972
2 9-9 +Moral Re-Armament 1961-1963
2 9-10 +Florida Minutemen 1961-1969
2 9-11 Project Alert of South Broward (Florida) 1961-1962
2 9-12 +Young Americans for Freedom - folder contents trfrd to 45-82, section I undated
2 9-12A +Young Americans for Freedom - folder contents trfrd to 45-82A undated
2 9-13 Daily Worker 1937-1968
2 9-14 Life Line (radio program) 1962-1970
2 9-15 Political Affairs 1966
2 9-16 Mainstream 1962-1965
2 9-17 Missing folder undated
2 9-18 (pg# 1-124 )
+Klu Klux Klan
1961-1967
2 9-18 (pg# 125-236c )
+Klu Klux Klan
1965-1970
2 9-19 National Indignation Committee 1961
2 9-20 Jack Gordon (Miami, FL) 1956-1966
2 9-21 CPUSA 1961-1971
Box Folder Title Date
3 9-22 Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) 1961-1970
3 9-23 Common Sense (Christian Education Assn) 1961-1966
3 9-24 +Major General Edwin Walker 1961-1965
3 9-26 The Nation undated
3 9-27 +Awake and Survive, Inc. (Tampa, FL) 1961
3 9-28 *+Dr. Harold D. Jerome (Coral Gables, FL) 1962
3 9-29 American Bar Assn Anti-Communist Seminar 1962
3 9-30 Americans for Democratic Action (ADA) 1961-1972
3 9-31 Empty folder undated
3 9-32 Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 1962-1968
3 9-33 Donald W. Branch (Miami, FL) 1962-1963
3 9-34 +American Nazi Party 1962-1971
3 9-35 National Guardian 1963-1966
3 9-36 Science and Society 1962-1966
3 9-37 World Marxist Review 1962-1969
3 9-38 The Justice (Brandeis University) 1962
3 9-39 William P. Davis (North Carolina) 1963
3 9-40 Humanity Guild 1962-1963
3 9-41 Freedomways 1963-1970
3 9-42 New World Review 1962-1967
3 9-43 National Council of Churches 1970
3 9-44 Marxist-Leninist Quarterly 1963-1965
3 9-45 Hammer and Steel 1963-1968
3 9-46 Vanguard 1963-1966
3 9-47 *Young Peoples' Socialist League at Florida State University 1963
3 9-48 Muslim - cult of Islam 1963-1972
3 9-49 Walter Reuther 1965-1969
3 9-50 +National States Rights Party 1964-1971
3 9-51 Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee 1963-1970
3 9-52 American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) 1964-1972
3 9-53 National Council for Civic Responsibilities 1964-1965
3 9-54 W.E.B. DuBois Clubs of America 1964-1968
3 9-55 Weekly Crusader (Christian Crusade) 1965
3 9-56 Kilsoo K. Haan (Korean Underground Report) 1964-1970
3 9-57 Southern Christian Leadership Conference 1962-1972
3 9-58 Workers World (Workers World Party) 1965-1966
3 9-59 The Partisan (Youth Against War & Fascism) 1965-1966
3 9-60 *Southern Patriot 1965-1968
3 9-61 The Militant (Socialist Workers Party) 1965-1967
3 9-62 Social Questions Bulletin (Methodist Federation for Social Action) 1967
3 9-63 Four Lights/Peace and Freedom (Womens Intl League for Peace and Freedom) 1965
3 9-64 I.F. Stone's Weekly 1968
3 9-65 International Socialist Review undated
3 9-66 New America (SP-SDF) 1965-1966
3 9-67 Progressive Labor 1963
3 9-68 The Progressive 1963-1966
3 9-69 (pg# 1-96 )
Teach-Ins and College Infiltration
1965-1966
3 9-69 (pg# 97-168 )
Teach-Ins and College Infiltration
1966
3 9-69 (pg# 168-287 )
Teach-Ins and College Infiltration
1969-1970
3 9-69 (pg# 288 )
Teach-Ins and College Infiltration
1970
3 9-70 Soviet Embassy 1969
3 9-71 Liberation 1966
3 9-72 Young Socialist Alliance 1965
3 9-73 Weekly People (Socialist Labor Party) 1966
3 9-74 Young Socialist (Young Socialist Alliance) 1966
3 9-75 Economic Notes (Labor Research Assn) 1965-1967
3 9-76 New Politics 1965-1966
3 9-77 New Times (USSR) 1965-1966
3 9-78 International Affairs (USSR) undated
3 9-79 Peking Review 1966
3 9-80 Labour Monthly (Gt. Brit) undated
3 9-81 World Trade Union Movement undated
Box Folder Title Date
4 9-83a Angela Davis 1970-1972
4 9-83b Angela Davis 1972
4 9-84 UNESCO undated
4 9-85 F.A.C.T.S. in Education undated
4 9-86 China Today undated
4 9-87 Missing folder undated
4 9-88 Soulbook (Berkeley, CA) 1965-1968
4 9-89 Insurgent (W.E.B. DuBois Clubs) 1965-1966
4 0-90 Union Democracy in Action (Labor Democracy Workshop) 1965-1968
4 9-91 Martin Luther King 1965-1968
4 9-92 Progressive Labor (empty folder) undated
4 9-93 Bombings 1970-1972
4 9-94 Challenge-Desafio (Progressive Labor Party) 1965-1966
4 9-95 Youth Against War and Fascism 1965-1966
4 9-96 Empty - "see file 9-51" undated
4 9-97 Revolution (Paris) 1965-1966
4 9-98 Spark (San Francisco, Progressive Labor Party) 1965-1967
4 9-99 The Idler (Washington, D.C.) 1965-1966
4 9-100 Ramparts 1965-1968
4 9-101 Progressive Worker (Vancouver, B.C.) 1965-1968
4 9-102 Communist Activities in the Dominican Republic (transferred to 74-1) undated
4 9-103 Fact 1965-1966
4 9-104 +Let Freedom Ring (right-wing phone network) 1965-1967
4 9-105 Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors (CCCO) 1965
4 9-106 China Pictorial 1965-1966
4 9-107 Chinese Literature 1965-1966
4 9-108 China Reconstructs 1965-1966
4 9-109 Viet Report 1965-1966
4 9-110 Western Socialist 1965-1966
4 9-111 Soviet Life 1965-1966
4 9-112 Streets 1965-1966
4 0-113 Appalachian South 1965-1966
4 9-114 The New Republic 1965-1966
4 9-115 "Cuba, school for radicals" (Miami Herald series) 1970
4 9-115a The Spider 1965-1966
4 9-116 (pg# 1-82 )
Vietnam, demonstrations & protests
1965-1967
4 9-116 (pg# 83-172 )
Vietnam, demonstrations & protests
1965-1971
4 9-116 (pg# 173-231 )
Vietnam, demonstrations & protests
1968-1971
4 9-117 American Institute for Marxist Studies (AIMS) 1965-1970
4 9-118 *Socialist Labor Party 1965-1971
4 9-119 Prometheus Book Club 1965-1966
4 9-120 Catholic Worker 1965-1968
4 9-121 Contemporary Issues 1965-1966
4 9-122 Moscow News 1965-1967
4 9-123 Horizons 1965
4 9-124 Cuba Socialista 1965-1966
4 9-125 Marxism Today 1965-1967
4 9-126 World Youth 1965-1966
4 9-127 World Student News 1965-1966
4 9-128 Washington Observer 1965-1967
4 9-129 Muhammad Speaks 1965-1971
4 9-130 Teachers Committee for Peace in Vietnam 1965-1968
4 9-131 Group Research, Inc. 1962-1972
4 9-132 Scan (Ontario) 1966
4 9-133 Deacons for Defense and Justice 1965
4 9-134 Newsletter (Southern Student Organizing Committee) 1966-1967
4 9-135 Daedalus 1966-1967
4 9-136 Humanist 1966-1968
4 9-137 New York Review of Books 1966-1967
4 9-138 Atlas 1966-1967
4 9-139 Jewish Daily News 1966-1967
4 9-140 Communist Viewpoint (Communist Party of Canada) 1966-1969
4 9-141 Rev. Philip Berrigan, et. al. 1970-1972
4 9-142 Peace Keeping Ways and Means Committee, Inc. 1966
4 9-143 "A portrait of China" 1971-1972
4 9-144 Jewish Currents 1966-1967
4 9-145 Embassy of the USSR (Information Bulletins) 1966-1967
Box Folder Title Date
5 9-146 +Organization to Abolish Federal Income Tax 1966
5 9-147 Guild Practitioner (National Lawyers Guild) 1966-1967
5 9-148 Manchester Guardian 1966-1967
5 9-149 New York Independent 1966-1967
5 9-150 Carlos Gonzales (contents transferred to 69-10-4) undated
5 9-151 The Independent 1966
5 9-152 Studies on the Left 1965-1968
5 9-153 Missing folder undated
5 9-154-173 *K. Baarslag (A) 1944-1965
5 9-174-195 *K. Baarslag (A-B) 1943-1956
5 9-196-270 *K. Baarslag (B) 1943-1965
5 9-271-286 *K. Baarslag (B) 1953-1968
5 9-287-297 *K. Baarslag (B) 1954-1964
5 9-298 *K. Baarslag (Browder, Earl) 1942-1966
5 9-299-309 *K. Baarslag (B) 1931-1964
5 9-310-370 *K. Baarslag (C) undated
5 9-371-383 *K. Baarslag (C) undated
5 9-384-387 *K. Baarslag (C) undated
5 9-388-401 *K. Baarslag (C) undated
5 9-402-684 No folders for these numbers undated
5 9-685-690 *K. Baarslag (H) undated
5 9-691-727 *K. Baarslag (H - J) undated
5 9-728-771 *K. Baarslag (K) undated
5 9-772-777 *K. Baarslag (K) undated
5 9-778(I) *Dr. Martin Luther King 1963-1965
5 9-778(II) Dr. Martin Luther King 1963-1965
Box Folder Title Date
6 9-779-783 *K. Baarslag (K) undated
6 9-784-833 *K. Baarslag (L) undated
6 9-834-840 *K. Baarslag (L) undated
6 9-841-859 *K. Baarslag (L) undated
6 9-860-956 *K. Baarslag (M) undated
6 9-957-969 *K. Baarslag (M) undated
6 9-970 K. Baarslag (Kissinger, Henry) 1972
6 9-971-980 *K. Baarslag (M) undated
6 9-981-988 *K. Baarslag (M) undated
6 9-989-1009 *K. Baarslag (M) undated
6 9-1010-1034 *K. Baarslag (N) undated
6 9-1035-1049 *K. Baarslag (O) undated
6 9-1050-1051 *K. Baarslag (O) undated
6 9-1052-1079 *K. Baarslag (P) undated
6 9-1080-1084 *K. Baarslag (P) undated
6 9-1085-1090 *K. Baarslag (P) undated
6 9-1091 *K. Baarslag (Philbrick, Herbert) undated
6 9-1092-1100 *K. Baarslag (P) undated
Box Folder Title Date
7 9-1101-1105 *K. Baarslag (P) undated
7 9-1106-1168 *K. Baarslag (Q - R) undated
7 9-1123 *K. Baarslag (Raskin, Marcus G.) 1970
7 9-1169-1179 *K. Baarslag (R) undated
7 9-1180-1190 *K. Baarslag (R) undated
7 9-1191-1202 *K. Baarslag (R) undated
7 9-1023-1263 *K. Baarslag (S) undated
7 9-1264-1278 *K. Baarslag (S) undated
7 9-1275 *K. Baarslag (Seeger, Pete) undated
7 9-1279-1292 Missing folders (14) undated
7 9-1293 Kerry, John 1971
7 9-1294 Ellsberg, Daniel undated
7 9-1295 +Jewish Defense League/Meir Kahane undated
7 9-1296 Dr. Benjamin Spock 1965-1972
7 9-1297 Soviet Intelligence (R. Michaelowski) undated
7 9-1298 Missing folder undated
7 9-1299 Vietnam Veterans Against the War (VVAW) 1972
7 9-1300a Communism, clippings (China, USSR) 1972
7 9-1300b Communism, clippings (China, USSR) 1972-1973
7 9-1301 Our Sunday Visitor 1966
7 9-1302 Socialist Workers Party 1966
7 9-1303 +Patriotic Party (Minutemen) 1967-1968
7 9-1304 New Pioneer 1966
7 9-1305 Commentary 1966-1968
7 9-1306 Dissent 1966
7 9-1307 Herbert Aptheker 1966
7 9-1808 Success (Constitutional Alliance) 1966-1967
7 9-1309 Despite Everything 1966
7 9-1310 Commonweal 1966
7 9-1311 American Mercury 1966-1967
7 9-1312 Idea Catalyst 1966
7 9-1313 Jane Fonda 1972
7 9-1314 Conference of Socialist Scholars 1965-1967
7 9-1315 Indian affairs (U.S.) 1972
7 9-1316 Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) 1966
7 9-1316 SDS 1967-1972
7 9-1317 War Resisters League undated
7 9-1318 New School for Social Research 1966
7 9-1319 Glenn W. Turner 1972
7 9-1320 People's Party 1972
7 9-1321 *The Reuther Memorandum 1962
7 9-1322 Radical Education Project (SDS) 1966-1968
7 9-1323 Labor News and Views 1965-1966
7 9-1324 Global Views 1966
Box Folder Title Date
8 9-1325 National Conference for New Politics 1966-1968
8 9-1326 Staughton Lynd 1965
8 9-1327 Eugene Genovese 1965-1966
8 9-1328 Bettina Aptheker 1965-1967
8 9-1329 United Farm Workers Union 1972
8 9-1330 Catalyst 1966
8 9-1331 University Bookman 1966
8 9-1332 Berkeley (CA) Riots 1964-1967
8 9-1333 Fellowship of Reconciliation (FOR) 1966-1967
8 9-1334 The Peacemaker 1966-1967
8 9-1335 Our Generation (Montreal) 1966-1968
8 9-1336 Alternatives 1967
8 9-1337 CARIB (Caribbean Anti-Communist Research Intelligence Bureau) 1967
8 9-1338 MANAS 1966
8 9-1339 Communist Affairs (UCLA) undated
8 9-1340 Freedom (Press) 1967
8 9-1341 Anarchy 1967
8 9-1342 No Tax for War Committee (empty folder) undated
8 9-1343 Labor Today (Trade Union Action Democracy - CPUSA sponsored) 1967
8 9-1344 N.Y. Federation of Anarchists undated
8 9-1345 +Viewpoint (Florida League for Good Government) 1967
8 9-1346 American Atheist 1967
8 9-1347 War/Peace Report undated
8 9-1348 Florida Folk Foundation 1967
8 9-1349 Protective Bulletin 1967
8 9-1350 The Activist 1967-1969
8 9-1351 Committee of 100 in Support of NAACP Legal Defense & Educational Fund 1967-1968
8 9-1352 Sing Out 1967-1968
8 9-1353 The Independent (Miami) 1967-1968
8 9-1354 Ad-Hoc Bulletin (Marxist-Leninist) 1967
8 9-1355 +Mothers of Servicemen 1967
8 9-1356 Women Strike for Peace (WSP) 1962-1967
8 9-1357 Stokely Carmichael 1966-1971
8 9-1358 Tri-Continental Conference (Havana, 1966) 1966-1967
8 9-1358A (pg# 1-135 )
Organization for Latin American Security (OLAS)
1966-1967
8 9-1358A (pg# 136-246 )
OLAS
1967
8 9-1358B Cuba - Cultural Congress (1968) 1967-1968
8 9-1359 +Carl McIntyre 1971
8 9-1360 Tampa Riots of 1967 1967
8 9-1361 SLAM (Newsletter of the Southern Labor Action Movement) 1967
8 9-1362 Black Power 1966-1968
8 9-1363 Daily World 1968-1969
8 9-1364 RAM (Revolutionary Action Movement) 1967
8 9-1365 Adam Clayton Powell 1964-1971
8 9-1366 Joan Baez 1963-1971
8 9-1367 H. Rap Brown 1967-1971
8 9-1368 Dick Gregory 1963-1969
8 9-1369 James Meredith 1963-1968
8 9-1370 -- 9-1399 Missing Folders (30) undated
8 9-1400-1406 *K. Baarslag (S) undated
8 9-1407-1437 *K. Baarslag (S - T) undated
8 9-1438-1509 *K. Baarslag (T - V) undated
8 9-1510-1523 *K. Baarslag (V - W) undated
Box Folder Title Date
9 9-1524-1537 *K. Baarslag (W) undated
9 9-1538-1571 *K. Baarslag (W) undated
9 9-1572-1599 *K. Baarslag (W) undated
9 9-1600-1620 *K. Baarslag (X - Z) undated
9 9-1621 Puerto Rico (Comandos Armados de Liberacion) 1968
9 9-1622 Youth International Party (Yippies) 1968-1969
9 no# *United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers Union (UE) undated
9 no# David Mortimer Livingston, report on 1953
9 no# Robert Burke (alias William Burke), report on - District 65 1953
9 no# Jack Paley (District 65 Secy-Treas), report on 1953

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Series 10: Countries.

Box Folder Title Date
9 10-1 Argentina 1946-1967
9 10-2 Australia 1947-1949
9 10-3 Austria 1946-1947
9 10-4 Brazil 1946-1948
9 10-5 Chile 1946-1949
9 10-6-I China 1945
9 10-6-II China 1949
9 10-7 Czechoslovakia 1946-1949
9 10-8 England 1946-1949
9 10-9 Far East 1946-1949
9 10-10 France 1938-????
Box Folder Title Date
10 10-11 Germany 1945-1955
10 10-12 Hungary 1946-1949
10 10-13 Iran 1944-1949
10 10-14 Italy 1946-1949
10 10-15 Japan 1946-1949
10 10-16 Poland 1942-1948
10 10-17 Romania 1944-1948
10 10-18 (pg# 1-114 )
Russia
1939-1946
10 10-18 (pg# 115-201 )
Russia
1946-1947
10 10-18 (pg# 202-? )
Russia
1945-1949
10 10-18A Russia 1948-1949
10 10-18B Russia undated
10 10-18C "Russian Journal" (John Steinbeck, Robert Capa) 1948
10 10-19 Yugoslavia 1946-1949
10 10-20 UNRRA (United Nations Relief & Rehabilitation Admin) 1946-1947
10 10-22 United Nations 1946-1952
10 10-23 Maps of Europe 1946
10 10-32 Greece 1944-1949
10 10-46 Canada 1948-1949
10 10-60 India 1946-1949
10 10-90 Hawaiian Islands 1947-1949
10
10 BOX 11
10
10 SERIES 11 COMMUNIST PARTY OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
10
10 11-0 CP - Counterattack File System 1946
10 11-0-1 CP - leaders, officials, individuals 1939-1953
10 11-0-A *CP - Proceedings of Eastern Seaboard Conference, 1947 1947
10 11-1 *CP 1939-1949
10 11-1A.v1 CP 1948-1949
10 11-1A.v2 CP - trial of the 11 1949
10 11-2 CP - District 1 (MA, ME, NH, RI, VT) 1948
10 11-3 *CP - District 2 (New York State) 1942-1948
10 11-3A *CP - Bronx, New York 1946-1947
10 11-3B *CP - Brooklyn, New York 1939-1947
10 11-3C *CP - Manhattan, New York 1945-1947
10 11-3D *CP - Queens, New York 1938-1946
10 11-3D.v2 *CP - Queens, Nwe York 1943-1947
10 11-3E *CP - Upsate New York 1946-1947
10 11-4 CP, Disrict 3 [empty folder] undated
10 11-5 *CP - District 4 (Washington D.C. & Maryland) 1946-1953
10 11-6 CP - District 5 [empty folder] undated
10 11-7 CP - District 6 (Ohio) 1940
10 11-8 *CP - District 8 (Michigan) 1940-1948
10 11-9 *CP - District 8 (Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky) 1940-1950
10 11-10 *CP - District 9 (Minnesota, North & South Dakota) 1940-1961
10 11-11 *CP - District 12 (Washington, Oregon, Idaho) 1946-1947
10 11-12 *CP - District 13 (California, Arizona, Nevada) 1940-1951
10 11-13 CP - District 14 (New Jersey) 1940-1949
10 11-14 CP - Ditrict 15 [empty folder] undated
10 11-15 CP - District 18 (Wisconsin) 1940-1946
10 11-16 CP - District 19 [empty folder] undated
10 11-17 CP - District 21 [empty folder] undated
10 11-18 CP - District 22 [empty folder] undated
10 11-19 CP - District 23 (Texas) 1952
10 11-20 CP - District 24 (Louisiana) 1946
10 11-21 CP - District 25 [empty folder] undated
10 11-22 CP - District 26 (Virginia, North & South Carolina) 1947
10 11-23 CP - District 27 (Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, Tennessee) 1946
10 11-24 CP - District 28 (Arkansas, Oklahoma) 1940
10 11-25 CP - District 30 [empty folder] undated
10 11-26 CP - District 32-35 (Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas, Utah) 1940
10 11-27 CP - International 1939-1947
10 11-27A Comintern 1947
10 11-28 CP - Culture 1946
Box Folder Title Date
12 11-29 CP - Government Employees 1940-1947
12 11-30 CP - Ideology 1938-1946
12 11-31 *CP - Jews 1946-1947
12 11-32 *CP - Negroes 1939-1947
12 11-33 *CP - The Professions 1946-1947
12 11-34 *CP - Publications 1943-1949
12 13-34A *CP - Daily Worker 1939-1949
12 11-34Asup *Daily Worker, Index of Photographs, 1922-1942 undated
12 11-34B *Daily Worker Abstracts, 1/1/1935-6/23/1941 1935-1941
12 11-35 CP - Tactics 1938-1848
12 11-36 CP - Youth 1940-1952
12 11-37 CP - Veterans 1946-1947
12 11-38 *CP - Edcuation 1940-1953
12 11-39 *CP - Organization 1945-1947
12 11-40 *CP - Trade Unions 1945-1947
12 11-41 CP - Elections 1946
12 11-42 CP - Religion 1948-1953
12 11-43 *CP - South 1948
12 11-44 CP - Radio 1947
12 11-45 CP - Party Lines 1953
12 11-46 CP - Food Industry 1949
12 11-47 *CP - NY State Convention, 7/16-18/1948 (proceedings). 1948
12 11-48 *CP - National Convention, 8/3-4/1948 (proceedings). 1948
12 11-49 *CP - Laws and Bills Affecting 1948-1950

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Series 12: Communist Party, USA Front Organizations.

Box Folder Title Date
13 12-0 Master List of Front Organizations undated
13 12- Fronts-miscellaneous 1947-1950
13 12-0-A (pg# 1-46 )
Fronts-miscellaneous
1942-1947
13 12-0-B (pg# 47-84 )
Fronts-miscellaneous
1945-1948
13 12-0-C (pg# 85-163 )
Fronts-miscellaneous
1946-1953
13 12-0-1A (pg# 3-42 )
Fronts-miscellaneous
1944-1953
13 12-1-1 (pg# 1-37 )
United Committee for South-Slavic Americans; American Slav Congress; American Association for Reconstruction in Yugoslavia
1944-1949
13 12-2 (pg# 1-12 )
American Birobidjan Committee
1942-1948
13 12-3 (pg# 1-15 )
American Committee for Armenian Rights
1945-1947
13 12-4-v.I (pg# 1-30 )
Committee for a Democratic Far Eastern Policy
1946-1947
13 12-4-v.I (pg# 31-65 )
Committee for a Democratic Far Eastern Policy
1947-1949
13 12-4-v.I (pg# 66-91 )
Committee for a Democratic Far Eastern Policy
1948-1949
13 12-4-v.II (pg# 92-103 )
Committee for a Democratic Far Eastern Policy
1948-1950
13 12-4-1A-v.I (pg# 1-20 )
Committee for a Democratic Far Eastern Policy
1947-1949
13 12-4-1A-v.II (pg# 21-27 )
Committee for a Democratic Far Eastern Policy
1948-1949
13 12-5-v.I (pg# 1-53 )
American Labor Party
1939-1948
13 12-5-v.II (pg# 54-115 )
American Labor Party
1940-1949
13 12-7-v.I (pg# 1-51 )
Civil Rights Congress
1938-1948
13 12-7-1A-v.I (pg# 6-20 )
Civil Rights Congress
1940-1949
13 12-7-v.II (pg# 51-78 )
Civil Rights Congress
1945-1949
13 12-7A (pg# 1-10 )
The Trenton Six
1949
13 12-9 (pg# 1-23 )
Council on African Affairs
1946-1948
13 12-10 (pg# 1-24 )
Greek-American Council; American Relief for Greek Democracy; American Council for a Democratic Greece
1946-1947
13 12-11-v.I (pg# 1-53 )
Progressive Citizens of America
1945-1946
13 12-11-v.II (pg# 54-108 )
Progressive Citizens of America
1945-1947
13 12-11-v.III (pg# 109-123 )
Progressive Citizens of America
1947-1948
13 12-12 (pg# 1-2 )
Indonesia League of America
1946
13 12-13 (pg# 1-2 )
Workers Personal Service Bureau
undated
13 12-14 (pg# 1-2 )
National Citizens Emergency Relief Committee to Aid Strikers' Families
1946
13 12-15 (pg# 1-71 )
National Council of American-Soviet Friendship
1941-1951
13 12-15-1A (pg# 1-13 )
National Council of American-Soviet Friendship
1941-1949
13 12-15A (pg# 1-18 )
National Council of American-Soviet Friendship - Committee of Women
1949
13 12-15-Sup National Council of American-Soviet Friendship 1944-1945
13 12-16 (pg# 1-10 )
National Negro Congress
1941-1947
13 12-16-1A (pg# 2,4 )
National Negro Congress
1937-1946
13 12-17 (pg# 1-7 )
People's Songs/Stage for Action
1946-1947
13 12-18 (pg# 1-42 )
Win the Peace Conference; National Conference to Win the Peace
1946-1948
13 12-18-1A (pg# 1-4 )
Win the Peace Conference; National Conference to Win the Peace
1946
13 12-19 (pg# 1-12 )
Indusco, Inc. American Committee in Aid of Chinese Industrial Affairs
1946-1949
13 12-20 (pg# 1-5 )
Russian War Relief, Inc.; American Society for Russian Relief, Inc.
1942-1949
13 12-21 (pg# 1-11 )
N.Y. Committee for Justice in Freeport
1946
13 12-22 (pg# 1-2 )
Japanese-American Committee for Democracy
1946-1947
13 12-23 (pg# 1-39 )
Schools
1939-1952
13 12-23-1A (pg# 1-36 )
Schools
1942-1952
Box Folder Title Date
14 12-24 (pg# 1-18 )
In Fact
1945-1951
14 12-24-1A In Fact 1938-1946
14 12-25 (pg# 1-12 )
Trade Union Committee for Jewish Unity (AKA American Jewish Labor Council)
1946-1949
14 undated
14 12-26 (pg# 1-14 )
Book Find Club
1946-1949
14 12-26A Book Find Club 1946
14 12-27-1A (pg# 1-2 )
Artists: Artists' League of America; Artists Union; American Artists Congress; American Contemporary Artists
undated
14 12-28-v.I (pg# 1-93 )
Spanish file
1938-1951
14 12-28-1A (pg# 1-13 )
Spanish file
1040-1950
14 12-28-v.II (pg# 94-97 )
Spanish file
1948-1950
14 12-30 (pg# 1-12 )
American Legion
1945-1946
14 12-31 (pg# 1-25 )
The Protestant
1943-1948
14 12-32 (pg# 1-43 )
International Workers Order
1940-1966
14 12-33 (pg# 1-50 )
Political Action Committee, C.I.O.
1944-1946
14 12-33-1A (pg# 1-12 )
Political Action Committee, C.I.O.
1944-1946
14 12-33A (pg# 1-29 )
National Citizens Political Action Committee
1946-1948
14 12-33B National Citizens Political Action Committee 1946
14 12-34 (pg# 1-34 )
Fronts, Defunct
1939-1946
14 12-35 (pg# 1-37 )
American Peace Mobilization; American Peoples Mobilization (defunct)
1940-1941
14 12-35 (pg# 38-101 )
American Peace Mobilization; American Peoples Mobilization (defunct)
1940-1942
14 12-35-1A (pg# 1-12 )
American Peace Mobilization, American Peoples Mobilization (defunct)
1940-1941
14 12-36 Veterans Against Discrimination (unprocessed) undated
14 12-38 Peoples Institute of Applied Religion (unprocessed) undated
14 12-40 American Youth for Democracy (defunct); Young Communist undated
14 League (defunct) (unprocessed) undated
14 12-40A Youth (publication of the American Youth for Democracy) (unprocessed) undated
14 12-40B Labor Youth League (unprocessed) undated
14 12-41 Austro-American Committee (unprocessed) undated
14 12-42 American Russian Institute (unprocessed undated
Box Folder Title Date
15 12-43 American Student Union 1933-1941
15 12-44 American League for Peace and Democracy 1939-1940
15 12-45 American Youth Congress 1939-1941
15 12-46 National Lawyers Guild (NLG) 1948
15 12-47 Missing folder undated
15 12-48 Missing folder undated
15 12-49 Workers' Alliance of America 1940-1942
15 12-50 Fronts - Publications undated
15 12-51 *Consumers' Union 1948
15 12-52 Congress of American Women 1949
15 12-53A Young Progressives of America 1946-1949
15 12-53 (pg# 1-100 )
Progressive Party
1946-1948
15 12-53 (pg# 101-200 )
Progressive Party
undated
15 21-53 (pg# 201-253 )
Progressive Party
1949
15 12-54 New Council of American Business, Inc. undated
Box Folder Title Date
16 12-53B Progressive Party Petition Signers, Pittsburgh area 1948
16 12-54 Missing folder undated
16 12-55 Missing folder undated
16 12-56 Conference of Progressives (Chicago, 1946) 1946
16 21-57 *American Council - Institute for Pacific Relations undated
16 12/57/ Suppl *American Council - Institute for Pacific Relations undated
16 12-58 Federal Council of Churches of Christ in America undated
16 12-59 *People's Radio Foundation undated
16 12-60 California Labor School undated
16 12-61 League of Women Shoppers undated
16 12-62 Southern Conference for Human Welfare undated
16 12-63 Stop Censorship Committee 1948
16 12-64 American Committee for European Workers' Relief (Missing folder) undated
16 21-65 United Christian Council for Democracy 1948
16 12-66 *American Committee for Protection of Foreign Born 1940s-50s
16 12-66/ Suppl American Committee for Protection of Foreign Born undated
16 12-67 *League for Industrial Democracy 1948
16 12-68 Physicians Forum, Inc. 1948
16 12-69 American Committee of Jewish Writers, Artists and Scientists undated
16 12-70 Committee of One Thousand undated
16 12-71 Committee for Democratic Rights 1948
16 12-72 United World Federalists 1950
16 12-72a *United World Federalists (supplemental) undated
16 12-73 *Yale University 1949
16 12-73a *Harvard University undated
16 12-73b New York University 1949
16 12-74 Film Audiences for Democracy 1948
16 12-75 National Gazette 1948
16 12-76 *Negro Labor Congress undated
16 12-77 Sons of Liberty Boycott Committee 1948
16 12-78 *American Friends of India undated
Box Folder Title Date
17 12-79 *American Veterans of the Philippine Campaign 1946-1948
17 12-80.v1 *Jefferson School of Social Science 1949-1954
17 12-80.v2 Jefferson School of Social Science 1949-1953
17 12-81 *Consumer and Tenant Fronts 1946-1949
17 12-82 United Committee to Save the Jewish State and the United Nations 1948
17 12-83 *World Congress of Intellectuals Affiliate: International Committee in Defense of Peace 1948
17 12-83a Cultural and Scientific Conference for World Peace 1949
17 12-83a1 Waldorf Culture Conference Speeches 1949
17 12-83a2 Waldorf Culture Conference Speeches 1949
17 12-83b Paris Peace Congress and the American Sponsoring Committee of the World Peace Congress 1949
17 12-83c American Continental Congress for Peace 1949
17 12-84 American Jewish Congress 1946-1965
17 12-85.v1 *Intelligence Research Bureau Reports Volume I (1-110) 1948-1949
17 12-85.v2 *Intelligence Research Bureau Reports Volume II (111-230) 1949-1950
17 12-85.v3 *Intelligence Research Bureau Reports Volume III (231-373) 1950
17 12-85.v4 *Intelligence Research Bureau Reports Volume IV (374-441) 1950-1954
17 12-86 Scientists' Committee on Loyalty Problems 1948-1949
17 12-87 *China Welfare Fund 1948-1955
17 12-88 National Council for American Education 1948
17 12-89 Council on Foreign Relations 1949, 1963
17 12-90 Association of Interns and Medical Students 1947-1949
17 12-91 *National Council of the Arts, Sciences and Professions 1948-1953
17 12-92 Committee for Free Political Inquiry 1949
Box Folder Title Date
18 12-93 Committee for the Negro in the Arts 1949
18 12-94 World Federation of Democratic Youth 1947-1949
18 12-94a *World Youth Festival (Budapest, 1949) 1949
18 12-95 *Bill of Rights Conference, NYC 1949
18 12-96 *Voice of Freedom Committee 1949
18 12-97 MidWest Farmer-Labor Committee 1949
18 12-98 People's Artists Inc. and People's Songs 1947-1949
18 12-99 One World Award Committee 1948-1949
18 12-100 Contemporary Writers 1948
18 12-101 *The Churchman 1948-1949
18 12-102 The Asia Institute undated
18 12-103 American Slav Congress 1949
18 12-104 National Labor Conference for Peace 1949
18 12-105 *Methodist Federation for Social Action 1947-1951
18 12-106 *Dramatic Workshop & Technical Institute 1949
18 12-107 National Non-Partisan Committee to Defend the Rights of the 12 Communist Leaders 1949
Box Folder Title Date
12-108 United Productions of America 1945-1950
12-109 Tempo Films 1950
12-110 *Supporters of Communist Front Organizations or Campaigns 1944-1948
12-111v.1 *Peace Organizations 1949-1952
12-111v.2 Peace Organizations 1950-1952
12-112 *Emergency Civil Liberties Committee 1953-1955
12-113 Teachers and Professors 1945-1953
12-114 Communism in the Motion Picture Industry (a manual) 1960
12-115 American Women Visit the Kremlin 1957-1958

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Series 13: Communist Party - Influenced trade unions.

Box Folder Title Date
19 13-0 (pg# no pgs )
Union Index
undated
19 (pg# 13-0/ )
1-36
Unions General1949-
19 13-1 (pg# 1-45 )
World Federation of Trade Unions
1943-1952
19 13-1 sup World Federation of Trade Unions 1946-1949
19 13-1-A (pg# 1-17 )
2nd World Trade Union Congress
1949
19 13-2 (pg# 1-3 )
Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America
1945-1953
19 13-2 sup Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America 1948-1949
19 13-3 (pg# 1-52 )
*American Communication Association, Volume I
1937-1948
19 13-3 (pg# 53-54 )
*American Communication Association, Volume II
1946-1965
19 13-3 sup *American Communications Association 1941-1950
19 13-3A-1 (pg# no pgs. )
*American Radio Association
1947-1949
19 13-3A-2 (pg# no pgs. )
*American Radio Association
1947-1948
19 13-3A-3 (pg# no pgs )
*American Radio Association
1948
19 13-4 (pg# 1-14 )
American Newspaper Guild
1937-1947
19 13-4 sup American Newspaper Guild 1948-1949
19 13-5 (pg# 1 )
Barber and Beauty Culturists of America
1945
19 13-5 sup American Beauty Culturists of America 1948-1949
19 13-6 (pg# 1-2 )
International Federation of Architects, Engineers, Chemists, and Technicians
1942-1945
19 13-7 (pg# 1 )
Federation of Glass, Ceramic and Silica-Sand Workers of America
.undated
19 13-8 (pg# 1-4 )
Food, Tobacco, Agricultural and Allied Workers Union of America
1945-1947
19 13-8 sup Food, Tobacco, Agricultural and Allied Workers Union of America 1947-1949
19 13-9 (pg# 1-16 )
Hotel and Restaurant Employees International Alliance and Bartenders International League of America
1946-1951
19 13-10 (pg# 1-10 )
International Union of Marine and Shipbuilding Workers of America, CIO
1948-1949
19 13-11 (pg# 1 )
Inland Boatman Union of the Pacific
undated
19 13-12 (pg# 1-5 )
International Fur and Leather Workers Union
1938-1947
19 13-12 sup International Fur and Leather Workers Union 1942-1953
19 13-13 (pg# 1-8 )
International Longshoreman's and Warehouseman's Union
1947-1948
19 13-13 sup International Longshoreman's and Warehouseman's Union 1947-1952
19 13-14 (pg# 1-12 )
International Union of Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers
1946-1952
Box Folder Title Date
20 No File# No Title undated
20 13-14 sup International Union of Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers 1947-1950
20 13-15 (pg# 1 )
International Woodworkers of America
1945
20 13-15 sup International Woodworkers of America 1941-1949
20 13-16 (pg# 1-3 )
National Union of Marine Cooks' and Stewards' Association
1945-1947
20 13-16 sup National Union of Marine Cooks and Stewards 1948-1950
20 13-17 (pg# 1-5 )
Marine Engineers Beneficial Association (National)
1946-1949
20 13-17 sup Marine Engineers Beneficial Association 1948-1949
20 13-18 (pg# 1-50 )
National Maritime Union
1945-1950
20 13-18 sup-1 National Maritime Union 1947-1949
20 13-18 sup-2 National Maritime Union 1946-1949
20 13-20 (pg# 1 )
Optical and Instrument Workers Organizing Committee
undated
20 13-21 (pg# 1 )
Paper Workers Organizing Committee
1945
20 13-22 (pg# 1-2 )
Plaything, Jewelry and Novelty Workers International Union
1947
20 13-23 (pg# 1 )
Plumbers and Steamfitters of the United States and Canada
1946
20 13-24 (pg# 1-8 )
Sugar Refinery Workers
1946
20 13-25 (pg# 1-49 )
*Transport Workers Union
1933-1951
20 13-25 sup *Transport Workers Union 1947-1949
20 13-26 (pg# 1-46 )
United Automobile, Aircraft, and Agricultural Implement
1945-1948
20 Workers of America, CIO undated
20 13-26 sup United Automobile, Aircraft, and Agricultural Implement Workers of America, CIO 1940-1951
20 undated
20 13-27 (pg# 1-60 )
*United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America
1942-1952
20 13-27 (pg# 60-69 )
*United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America
1947-1949
20 13-27 sup-1 *United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America 1949-1950
20 13-27 sup-2 *United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America 1944-1955
20 13-27 sup-3 *United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America 1950
20 13-27 sup-4 *United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America 1949-1950
20 13-27 sup-5 *United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America- Publications 1942-1951
20 No File# Removed Material undated
Box Folder Title Date
21 13-27 sup-6 United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America 1952
21 13-27 sup-7 United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America 1947-1949
21 13-27A (pg# 1-5 )
United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America, Local 430
1945-1948
21 13-27 B (pg# 1-33 )
United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America, Local 475
1942-1950
21 13-28 (pg# 1-16 )
United Farm Equipment and Metal Workers of America
1945-1949
21 13-28 sup United Farm Equipment and Metal Workers of America 1948-1952
21 13-29 (pg# 1-13 )
United Furniture Workers of America
1939-1946
21 13-29 sup United Furniture Workers of America 1949-1951
21 13-30 (pg# 1-5 )
United Gas, Coke, and Chemical Workers of America
1947-1953
21 13-30 sup United Gas, Coke, and Chemical Workers of America 1947-1949
21 13-31 (pg# 1-54 )
*United Office and Professional Workers of America
1941-1947
21 13-31 (pg# 55-97 )
*United Office and Professional Workers of America
1946-1950
21 13-31 sup-1 *United Office and Professional Workers of America 1940-1950
21 13-31 sup-2 *United Office and Professional Workers of America 1942-1950
21 13-31 sup-3 *United Office and Professional Workers of America 1946-1950
21 13-32 (pg# 1-5 )
*United Packinghouse Workers of America
1945-1954
21 13-32 sup *United Packinghouse Workers of America 1948-1951
21 13-33 (pg# 1-32 )
*United Public Workers of America
1940-1949
21 13-33 sup *United Public Workers of America 1946-1952
21 13-33 A (pg# 1-20 )
*United Public Workers of America, Local 555
1940-1949
21 13-34 (pg# 1-26 )
*Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Workers of America
1938-1946
21 13-34 A (pg# 1-15, )
*Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Workers of America
1946-1953
21 No File# (pg# 18-26, 28-41, 44-74)
Removed Material
undated
21 13-34 B (pg# 1-2, 4-67, 69-81 )
*Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Workers of America
1946-1948
21 No File# Packinghouse Workers Union undated
Box Folder Title Date
22 13-34 C (pg# 1-21 )
Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Workers of America, Local 65
1946-1948
22 13-34 D (pg# 1-57 )
Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Workers of America
1946-1947
22 13-35 (pg# 1-2 )
United Rubber Workers of America
1947
22 13-35 sup United Rubber Workers of America 1948-1949
22 13-36 (pg# 1-11 )
United Shoe Workers of America
1951
22 13-36 sup United Shoe Workers of America 1939-1955
22 13-37 (pg# 1-6 )
United Steelworkers of America
1937-1948
22 13-37 sup United Steelworkers of America 1948-1949
22 13-38 (pg# 1 )
United Stone and Allied Product Workers of America
1945
22 13-39 (pg# 1-3 )
United Textile Workers Union of America
1947-1948
22 13-40 (pg# 1 )
United Transport Service Employees of America
undated
22 13-41 (pg# 1-3 )
United Utilities Union of America
1945-1946
22 13-42 (pg# 1-2 )
Utility Workers of America
1946-1947
22 13-42 sup Utility Workers of America 1946-1949
22 13-44 (pg# 1-16 )
American Federation of Labor
1946-1947
22 13-44 sup American Federation of Labor 1946-1949
22 13-45 (pg# 1-17 )
Greater New York Industrial Union Council
1942-1948
22 13-45 sup Greater New York Industrial Union Council-CIO 1946-1949
22 13-46 (pg# 1-50 )
CIO National
1946-1948
22 13-46 sup-1 CIO National 1946-1949
22 13-46 sup-2 CIO National 1948-1950
22 13-46 sup-3 CIO National 1941-1952
22 13-46 A (pg# no pgs )
CIO Convention #11
1949
22 13-47 (pg# 1 )
Marine Firemen, Oilers, Watertenders and Wipers of the Pacific Coast
1946
22 13-48 (pg# 1-5 )
United Financial Employees
1946
22 13-48 sup United Financial Employees 1947-1948
22 13-49 (pg# 1-6 )
Railroad Unions
1946-1947
22 13-50 (pg# 1-12 )
United Mine Workers of America
1947-1948
22 13-50 sup United Mine Workers of America 1948-1949
22 13-51 (pg# 1-2 )
International Ladies Garment Workers Union
1946-1947
22 13-51 sup International Ladies Garment Workers Union 1946-1953
22 No File# Removed Material undated
Box Folder Title Date
23 13-52 (pg# 1 )
Masters, Mates and Pilots
1946
23 13-52 sup Masters, Mates and Pilots 1948-1949
23 13-53 (pg# 1-12a )
Screen Writers Guild
1946-1951
23 13-53 sup Screen Writers Guild 1946-1949
23 13-54 (pg# 1-4 )
Newspaper Guild New York
1947-1948
23 13-55 (pg# 1-19 )
Taft-Hartley Bill
1947-1948
23 13-55 sup Taft-Hartley Bill 1948-1949
23 13-56 (pg# 1-7 )
Marine Committee-CIO
1947
23 13-57 (pg# 1-2 )
American Federation of Musicians
1947
23 13-58 (pg# 1-8 )
National Labor Relations Board
1947-1948
23 13-58 sup National Labor Relations Board 1947-1952
23 13-59 (pg# 1-5 )
Labor Legislature
1947
23 13-60 (pg# 1-4A )
Telephone Workers Organizing Committee
1947
23 13-61 sup Seaman's Union of the Pacific 1937-1949
23 13-62 (pg# 1 )
Seafarer's International Union
1947
23 13-63 (pg# 1-5 )
Misc. Trade Unions
1947
23 13-63 sup-1 Misc. Trade Unions 1947-1950
23 13-63 sup-2 Misc. Trade Unions 1948-1950
23 13-63 sup-3 Misc. Trade Unions 1948-1950
23 13-64 (pg# 1-1A )
Actors Equity Association and Chorus Equity Association
1949
23 13-65 (pg# 1 )
Trade Union Service
1948
23 13-66 (pg# 1-16 )
Local 50, bakery and Confectionery Workers
1948-1949
23 13-67 (pg# 1 )
Retail Drug Employees Union
1951
23 13-67 sup Retail Drug Employees Union 1948-1956
23 13-68 (pg# 1-4 )
Television Writers of America
1953
23 13-69 sup International Longshoreman's Association, AFL 1948-1949
23 No File# No Title 1940-1949
23 No File# Removed Materials undated

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Series 14.0: Individuals Miscellaneous

Box Folder Title Date
24 14-v.I Communist Party - Individuals List undated
24 14-0 (pg# 0-89 )
Individuals, miscellaneous
undated
24 14-0 (pg# 90-150 )
Individuals, miscellaneous
undated
24 14-0 (pg# 151-230 )
Individuals, miscellaneous
undated
24 14-0 (pg# 231-330 )
Individuals, miscellaneous
undated
24 14-0 (pg# 331-414 )
Individuals, miscellaneous
undated
24 14-0 (pg# 415-532 )
Individuals, miscellaneous
undated
24 14-0 (pg# 533-699 )
Individuals, miscellaneous
undated
24 14-0 (pg# 700-850 )
Individuals, miscellaneous
undated
24 14-0 (pg# 851-1028 )
Individuals, miscellaneous
undated
24 14-0 (pg# 1029-1224 )
Individuals, miscellaneous
undated
24 14-0 (pg# 1225-1389 )
Individuals, miscellaneous
undated
24 14-0 (pg# 1390-1474 )
Individuals, miscellaneous
undated
24 14-0 (pg# 1475-1549 )
Individuals, miscellaneous
undated
24 14-0 (pg# 1550-1625 )
Individuals, miscellaneous
undated
Box Folder Title Date
25 14-0 (pg# 1636-1684 )
Individuals, miscellaneous
undated
25 14-0 (pg# 1685-1759 )
Individuals, miscellaneous
undated
25 14-0 (pg# 1760-1839 )
Individuals, miscellaneous
undated
25 14-0 (pg# 1840-1926 )
Individuals, miscellaneous
undated
25 14-0 (pg# 1925A-1974 )
Individuals, miscellaneous
undated
25 14-0 (pg# 1975-2049 )
Individuals, miscellaneous
undated
25 14-0 (pg# 2050-2124 )
Individuals, miscellaneous
undated
25 14-0 (pg# 2125-2199 )
Individuals, miscellaneous
undated
25 14-0 (pg# 2200-2299 )
Individuals, miscellaneous
undated
25 14-0 (pg# 2300-2374 )
Individuals, miscellaneous
undated
25 14-0 (pg# 2375-2449 )
Individuals, miscellaneous
undated
25 14-0 (pg# 2450-2524 )
Individuals, miscellaneous
undated
25 14-0 (pg# 2525-2649E )
Individuals, miscellaneous
undated
25 14-0 (pg# 2650-2774E )
Individuals, miscellaneous
undated
25 14-0 (pg# 2775-2874A )
Individuals, miscellaneous
undated
25 14-0 (pg# 2875-2949 )
Individuals, miscellaneous
undated
25 14-0 (pg# 2950-3059 )
Individuals, miscellaneous
undated
Box Folder Title Date
26 14-0 (pg# 3060-3124 )
Individuals, miscellaneous
1952-1953
26 14-0 (pg# 3165-3263 )
Individuals, miscellaneous
1953
26 14-0 (pg# 3264-3380 )
Individuals, miscellaneous
1953
26 14-0 (pg# 3381-3512 )
Individuals, miscellaneous
1953
26 14-0 (pg# 3513-3604 )
Individuals, miscellaneous
1953
26 14-0 (pg# 3605-3729 )
Individuals, miscellaneous
1953

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Series 14.1: Individuals Named.

Box Folder Title Date
26 14-1-59 *Browder, Earl 1938-1954
26 14-2 *Gailmor, William S. 1948
26 14-3 *Struik, Dirk 1949
26 14-4 Reich, Harry undated
26 14-5 Steuben, John 1950
26 14-6 Rubin, Jay undated
26 14-7 Schappes, Morris U. undated
26 14-8 *Epstein, Julius Victor Stefan 1946
26 14-9 *Jaffe, Philip 1946-1950
26 14-10 Shapiro, Nathan B. 1946-1949
26 14-11 Ickes, Harold L. 1939
26 14-12 Foster, William Z. 1940-1951
26 14-13 *Robeson, Paul 1938-1951
26 14-14 *Quill, Michael 1941-1949
26 14-15 Derounian, Avidis (aka George Pagnanelli, John Roy Carlson) 1946-1947
26 14-16 *Marcantonio, Vito 1939-1951
26 14-17 Velson, Irving (aka Israel Shavelson, Charles Wilson) 1946
26 14-18 Loman, Charles 1946
26 14-19 Stuart, Helen 1946
26 14-20 *Rooney, George H. 1946
26 14-21 Marion, George 1946
26 14-22 *Collins, Charles A. 1946
26 14-23 *Eisler, Gerhard 1946-1949
26 14-24 Wallace, Henry A. 1948-1950
26 14-25 Pepper, Claude 1942-1950
26 14-26 *Draper, Muriel 1948-1952
26 14-27 Yergan, Max 1947
26 14-28 Rosenberg, Milton 1947
26 14-29 *Wolchok, Samuel 1948
26 14-30 Krichwey, Frieda 1951
26 14-31 Smith, Jessica 1948
Box Folder Title Date
27 14-32 Terlin, Rose 1948-1949
27 14-33 Lewis, Alfred G. Baker 1947-1955
27 14-34 *Schuman, Frederick L. 1946-1952
27 14-35 Connelly, Philip M. 1947
27 14-36 *Durkin, James H. 1947-1951
27 14-37 Corwin, Norman 1941-1950
27 14-38 *Berney, Leon W. 1947-1950
27 14-39 Sherwood, Carlton Montgomery 1947
27 14-40 Roger, Sidney 1947-1948
27 14-41 Condon, Dr. Edward U. 1947-1949
27 14-42 *Davis, Benjamin J. 1947-1949
27 14-43 Isaacson, Leo 1948
27 14-44 Dewey, Thomas E. 1948-1949
27 14-45 Stassen, Harold E. 1948
27 14-46 Smith, Ferdinand C. 1948-1950
27 14-47 Crum, Bartley C. 1948
27 14-48 *Lampell, Millard 1948-1951
27 14-49 Robinson, Edward (Frenchy) 1947
27 14-49A Shumlin, Herman undated
27 14-50 *March, Frederic, Mr. and Mrs. 1948
27 14-50v2 *March, Frederic, Mr. and Mrs. 1951?
27 14-51 Rautenstraugh, Walter 1946
27 14-52 Gropper, William 1949?
27 14-53 *Hughes, Langston 1931-1952
27 14-54 Buckmaster, Henrietta 1942-1949
27 14-55 McManus, John Thomas 1942-1947
27 14-56 *Sergio, Lisa 1943-1949
27 14-57 *Shipler, Rev. Guy Emery (see also #12-101) 1947-1949
27 14-58 Sifton, Paul 1948
27 14-59 Banks, Murray 1948
27 14-60 Cotton, Thomas L. 1948
27 14-61 O'Dwyer, Paul 1948-1949
27 14-62 *Gaeth, Arthur 1948-1949
27 14-63 *Addes, George F. 1947
27 14-64 Oxnam, Bishop G. Bromley 1948-1953
27 14-65 Kelly, Gener 1946-1947
27 14-66 Ward, Rev. Harry F. 1947-1949
27 14-67 Mills, Saul 1947-1948
27 14-68 Oakes Grant 1948
27 14-69 Forge, Maurice (Michael) 1948
27 14-70 McMahon, Douglas 1947
27 14-71 Richter, Irving 1948
27 14-72 Melchor, Frederic Gershon 1948
27 14-73 Coughlan, John 1948
27 14-74 Saposs, David Joseph 1948
27 14-75 Marshall, George 1937-1949
27 14-76 McDonough, Bernard J. 1948
27 14-77 Pressman, Lee [1930]-1948
27 14-78 Young, Sidney 1948
27 14-79 Lubow, Paul 1948
27 14-80 Altman, Jack 1948
27 14-81 Smith, Willam 1948
27 14-82 Allport, Gordon 1948
27 14-83 Clark, Glenn 1948
27 14-84 *Faber, Gustav 1946-1947
27 14-85 Bishop, L. Melvin 1948
27 14-86 Mattheissen, F.O. 1948-1949
27 14-87 Robinson, Earl 1949
27 14-88 Niemeyer, Oscar 1948
27 14-89 Obermeier, Michael J. 1947-1948
27 14-90 Kroll, Leon 1948
27 14-91 Ryan, John F. 1947
27 14-92 Davis, Leon J. 1948
27 14-93 Barnes, Harry Elmer 1947
27 14-94 *Draper, Paul 1949
27 14-95 Thomas, Norman 1948-1953
27 14-96 Richardson, Dr. Henry B. 1952
27 14-97 Metz, Julius 1948
27 14-98 Miley, Paul E. 1949
27 14-99 *Johnson, Manning 1941
27 14-100 Dennis, Eugene 1946-1950
27 14-101 Gates, John 1948-1949
27 14-102 Stachel, Jacob A. (Jack) 1948
27 14-103 Williamson, John 1948-1949
27 14-104 Winston, Henry 1948-1949
27 14-105 Dana, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow 1947?
27 14-106 Bradley, Prof Lyman R. 1948
27 14-107 +Beall, Jack 1948
27 14-108 Garfield, John 1947-1950
27 14-109 *Rogge, O. John 1948-1949
27 14-110 *Adamic, Louis 1946-1948
27 141-111 Berne, Lewis Alan 1947-1949
27 14-112 Black, Algernon D. undated
27 14-113 Goldsmith, Leonard (Len) 1948
27 14-114 Simmons, Ernest J. 1950
27 14-115 Gaer, Joseph 1948
27 14-116 Belfrage, Cedric 1948-1953
27 14-117 Elliot, Dr. & Mrs. Harrison S. undated
27 14-118 Smith, Hilda Worthington undated
27 14-119 Riskin, Benjamin H. 1948
27 14-120 Strauss, Leon 1948
27 14-121 *Baldwin, Roger N. 1948-1949
27 14-122 Stowe, Leland 1948
27 14-123 Sentner, William 1948
27 14-124 Spofford, Rev.William B. 1948
27 14-125 *Foner- Philip S., Henry J., Jack, Morris (Moe) 1948-1949
27 14-126 Ross, Paul 1948
27 14-127 *Hiss, Alger 1948-1952
27 14-128 *Schrank, Robert 1948-1949
27 14-129 Shapley, Harlow 1949-1952
27 14-130 *Nixon, Russell A. 1949-1953
Box Folder Title Date
28 14-131 Emerson, Thomas I. 1949
28 14-132 Smith, Edwin Seymour 1949-1951
28 14-133 Urey, Dr. Harold C. 1949-1953
28 14-134 Gauss, Dean Christian 1948?
28 14-135 Mann, Thomas 1947-1949
28 14-136 Brooks, Van Wyck undated
28 14-137 Rubinstein, Dr. Annette 1949
28 14-138 Boas, Dr. Ernst P. 1947
28 14-139 Davis, Michael M. undated
28 14-140 Webster, Margaret 1949-1950
28 14-141 Parker, Dorothy 1949
28 14-142 Snow, Edgar 1947-1949
28 14-143 *Gayn, Mark (Ginsburgh) 1948-1949
28 14-144 Lustig, James 1949
28 14-145 *Scherer, Marcel 1947-1949
28 14-146 Berenholz, Anne 1950
28 14-147 Yanoff, Morris 1949
28 14-148 Hirschmann, Ira Archer 1949
28 14-149 Fosdick, Raymond B. 1949
28 14-150 Loeb, Philip 1949-1952
28 14-151 Linfield, Seymour 1949
28 14-152 Fast, Howard 1947-1951
28 14-153 DuBois, W.E.B. 1948-1951
28 14-154 Bass, Mrs. Charlotta A. 1948
28 14-155 Lauterbach, Richard E. 1949
28 14-156 Downes, Olin 1949
28 14-157 Stewart, Donald Ogden 1949
28 14-158 *Adler, Larry 1949-1950
28 14-159 Sweets, William M. 1949
28 14-160 Lathrop, Rev. John Howland 1949
28 14-161 Roe, Wellingon 1949
28 14-162 Steel, Johannes (Herbert Stahl) 1946-1949
28 14-163 Johnson, Rev. Hewlett 1948-1950
28 14-164 Field, Marshall 1947-1949
28 14-165 Bridges, Harry 1948-1949
28 14-166 Benson, Elmer A. 1948
28 14-167 Acheson, Dean 1949
28 14-168 *Wise, Rabbi Stephen S. 1948-1949
28 14-169 Christoffel, Harold R. 1948-1949
28 14-170 Strong, Anna Louise 1949
28 14-171 Melish, Rev. William Howard 1947-1950
28 14-172 Crouch, Paul 1949
28 14-173 Connally, Eugene P. 1949
28 14-174 Nelson, Steve 1949-1950
28 14-175 *Clark, Tom C. 1948-1949
28 14-176 *Crosbie, Paul 1945-1948
28 14-177 Hellman, Lillian 1949
28 14-178 Brand, Millen 1949
28 14-179 DaSilva, Howard 1949
28 14-180 Remington, William W. 1948-1953
28 14-181 Commager, Henry Steele 1948-1953
28 14-182 Jandreau, Leo 1947-1949
28 14-183 *Jaffe, Henry & Jean Muir 1936-1951
28 14-184 Van Doren, Mark 1949-1950
28 14-185 *Pomerantz, Abraham L. 1949-1950
28 14-186 *Bridges, Harry 1949-1953
28 14-187 *Brand, Oscar 1949
28 14-188 *Brown, Cecil 1942-1951
28 14-189 Davidson, Jo 1948-1949
28 14-190 Davis, Dr. Herbert John 1949
28 14-191 *Drake, Alfred 1948-1953
28 14-192 *Dean, Verea Micheles 1947-1960
28 14-193 Einstein, Albert 1948-1953
28 14-194 Graham, Dr. Frank P. 1948-1949
28 14-195 Grauer, Ben 1950-1951
28 14-196 Ferrer, Jose 1948-1951
28 14-197 Field, Frederick Vanderbilt 1949-1953
28 14-198 Foye, Hope 1951
28 14-199 Freistadt, Hans 1949
28 14-200 Gannett, Betty 1949
28 14-201 Guinier, Ewart 1949
28 14-202 *Holliday, Judy 1949-1950
28 14-203 Hagen, Uta 1949
28 14-204 Hammett, Dashiell 1951-1953
28 14-205 Houseman, John 1948-1949
28 14-206 Hovda, Bryn J. 1949
28 14-207 *Hunt, Marsha 1950-1951
28 14-208 *Isaacs, Stanley M. 1948-1949
28 14-209 Ives, Burl 1949
28 14-210 *Jessup, Philip C. 1949-1950
28 14-211 Roosevelt, Eleanor 1949
28 14-212 Johnson, Mrs. Beatrice Siskind 1949
28 14-213 Jones, Rev. John Paul 1948-1949
28 14-214 Kasenkina, Mrs. Oksana 1948
28 14-215 Kahn, Albert E. 1946-1948
28 14-216 *+Kamp, Koseph P. 1945-1954
28 14-217 *Kraber, Tony Gerrit and Wilhelmina Kraber 1948-1951
28 14-218 Kravchenko, Victor 1949
28 14-219 Kent, Rockewell 1949
28 14-220 *Reuter, Madalynne 1949-1951
Box Folder Title Date
29 14-221 *Michelson, Clarina 1949-1951
29 14-222 *Lamont, Corliss 1941-1954
29 14-223 Lancaster, Burt 1948-1950
29 14-224 Lattimore, Owen 1943-1953
29 14-225 Lavery, Emmett 1947-1951
29 14-226 Lee, Gypsy Rose 1950
29 14-228 Leslie, Kenneth 1944-1946
29 14-229 Lev, Ray 1949-1951
29 14-230 Lewis, Fulton Jr. 1949-1951
29 14-231 Santo, John 1947-1949
29 14-231A Sacher, Harry 1949-1953
29 14-232 *Rosenberg, Julius and Ethel 1952-1953
29 14-233 *Stone, I. F. 1946-1955
29 14-234 +Thomas, J. Parnell 1947-1949
29 14-235 *Warne, Colston E. 1950
29 14-236 Weinberg, Joseph W. 1949
29 14-237 *Weltfish, Dr. Gene 1948-1951
29 14-238 missing folder undated
29 14-239 *Hubley, John 1948-1956

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Series 15: Organizations Miscellaneous (arranged by file#); See also, Series 50, Organizations, Misc - alphabetical arrangement.

Box Folder Title Date
29 15-0 (pg# 1-134 )
Mimi, where are the sheets for these? I may have mislaid my copy
29 15-0 (pg# 135 )
National Arts Foundation
1950
29 15-0 (pg# 136 )
United World Federalists
undated
29 15-0 (pg# 137 )
Foundation for Economic Education
1951
29 15-0 (pg# 138 )
American Relief for Korea
1953
29 15-0 (pg# 139 )
Thomas Paine Foundation
1953
29 15-0 (pg# 140 )
National Meeting of the Engineer and Scientists of American Union
1953
29 15-0 (pg# 141-149 )
Threefold - A Movement Opposing Social Centralization
1953
29 15-0 (pg# 150 )
American Institute for Economic Research
1953
29 15-0 +Non-Communist Essentials for Trade Unionism 1949?
29 15-1 +American Legion 1946-1947
29 15-2 Catholic Chruch (Vatican) 1946-1947
29 15-3 Plain Talk 1946-1947
29 15-4 Government Officials 1946
29 15-5 +National Majority (United White Collar Majority) 1945-1946
29 15-6 +Speech Material (J.Q.A., i.e. John Quincy Adams Associates) 1946
29 15-7 National Institute of Social Relations 1946
29 15-8 *+John Quincy Adams Associates 1946-1949
29 15-9 Committee for Democratic Trade Unionism, CIO 1947
29 15-10 *American Veterans Committee 1946-1953
29 15-11 Atomic Energy Control Commission 1946-1947
29 15-12 +Rev. John F. Cronin 1946-1947
29 15-13 *Rev. Andrew P. Maloney 1946-1947
29 15-14 Regelson, Joseph 1943-1947
29 15-15, 16 Missing folders undated
29 15-17 *Hawkins, Gardiner 1946-1947
29 15-18 Foreign Policy Association 1947
29 15-19 Horn, Sampson 1947
29 15-20 Coplon-Gubitchev Case (1st trial, 4/25/1949) 1949
29 15-21 Alger Hiss trial (1st, 5/3/1949) 1949
29 15-22 *+Reference material on compulsory sickness insurance (issued by the National Physician's Committee for the Extension of Medical Service) 1942-1945
Box Folder Title Date
30 15-22A *+Medical Services Foundation; National Physicians Committee 1947-1949
30 15-23 +"Newsletter" 1947
30 15-23A +Counterattack - Publicity 1949
30 15-24 Free enterprise - planned economy 1947
30 15-25 Missing folder undated
30 15-26 PM 1940-1946
30 15-27 Youthbuilders 1945-1946
30 15-28 *Americans for Democratic Action 1946-1959
30 15-29 Council Against Intolerance in America 1946-1948
30 15-30 Missing folder undated
30 15-31 Universities, colleges 1947
30 15-31A *City College of New York 1949
30 15-32 Friends of Democracy 1948
30 15-33 American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) 1947-1954
30 15-33/Supp.A *American Civil Liberties Union 1955-1956
30 15-33/Supp.B *American Civil Liberties Union 1947-1949
30 15-34 *American China Policy Association 1946-1949
30 15-35 *+American Jewish League Against Communism 1948-1949
30 15-36 American Rally 1953

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Series 50: Organizations, Miscellaneous (arranged alphabetically); see also, series 15: Organizations, Miscellaneous - arranged by file#.

Box Folder Title Date
30 50-0 thru 15-159 No (or missing?) folders for these #s undated
30 50-160 +Tablet editorials 1958
30 50-161 Taiwan - Red China 1964-1965
30 50-162 Union Racketeering 1958
30 50-163 The United Nations and the United Automibile Workers 1958-1965
30 50-164 United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) 1955-1961
30 50-165 Unitarians 1958
30 50-166 *Upholsterers International Union of America 1957-1959
30 50-167 Van Horne, Harriet 1965-1966
30 50-168 *Wanamakers' Department Sotre Employees Union 1949-1953
30 50-169 *+Wingenback, Charles E. 1957-1958
30 50-170 World Court 1966
30 50-171 World Peace Through Law Center 1965
30 50-172 World Youth Festival. 6th 1957
30 50-173 *Crockett, William J. 1950-1965
30 50-174 Yale University 1949
30 50-175 *+Council Against Communist Agression; Alexis de Tocqueville Society 1958-1964

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Series 16: Espionage, Russian.

Box Folder Title Date
31 16-1 Espionage, Russian 1946-1947

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Series 17: U.S. Government Agencies

Box Folder Title Date
31 17-0 Government Agencies, Misc (empty folder) undated
31 17-1 State Dept. (Empty folder) undated
31 17-2 Treasury Dept. (Empty folder) undated
31 17-3 Defense Dept. (Empty folder) undated
31 17-4 Justice Dept. 1949
31 17-5 Post Office (Empty folder) undated
31 17-6 Interior Dept. (Empty folder) undated
31 17-7 Agriculture Dept. (Empty folder) undated
31 17-8 Commerce Dept. (Empty folder) undated
31 17-9 Labor, Dept. Of 1948

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Series 18: Trotskyism.

Box Folder Title Date
31 18-0 Trotskyism 1937-1947
31 18-1 Socialist Workers Party 1946-1947

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Series 19: Facism.

Box Folder Title Date
31 19-1 Fascism undated

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Series 20: Public Opinion

Box Folder Title Date
31 20-0 Public Opinion 1946-1947

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Series 21: Foundations

Box Folder Title Date
31 21- List of Foundations undated
31 21-0-A Joint and general references 1947
31 21-0-B Joint and general references 1947
31 21-0-C Joint and general references 1950-1952
31 21-1 American Fund for Public Service 1947
31 21-2 Carnegie Corporation of New York 1947
31 21-3 Carnegie Endowment of International Peace undated
31 21-4 Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching (empty folder) undated
31 21-5 Field Foundation undated
31 21-6 Edward A. Filene Good Will Fund 1947
31 21-7 Daniel and Florence Guggenheim Foundation (empty folder) undated
31 21-8 Simon John Guggenheim Foundation 1947
31 21-9 Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation (empty folder) undated
31 21-10 Robert Marshall Civil Liberties Trust undated
31 21-11 Robert Marshall Civil Liberties Foundaton 1948
31 21-12 Robert Marshall Wilderness Fund undated
31 21-13 *Rockefeller Foundation 1947-1949
31 21-13-A *Rockefeller University 1943-1944
Box Folder Title Date
32 21-14 Julius Rosenwald Fund 1947
32 21-15 *Russell Sage Foundation 1947
32 21-16-v.1 Alfred P. Sloan Foundation 1947
32 21-16-v.2 Alfred P. Sloan Foundation 1947
32 21-16-v.3 Alfred P. Sloan Foundation 1940-1946
32 21-16-1A Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Publiciations 1943-1947
32 21-17 Soundview Foundation (empty folder) undated
32 21-18 *Twentieth Century Fund 1947-1966
32 21-19 William C. Whitney Foundation 1942-1947
32 21-20 Ford Foundation 1953
32 21-20? California Intelligence Bureau 1953-1953

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Series 22: Miscellaneous - includes: doctors, interns, others.

Box Folder Title Date
32 22-1 *Communist Party of New York 1949-1954
32 22-2 Unions - Retail Drug Employees Union, etc. undated
32 22-3 League of Women Voters 1952-1954
32 22-4 *+Medicine - Opposition to Health Insurance - Physicians Forum, undated
32 Association of Internes and Medical Students 1947-1952
32 22-5 World Documentary Films 1950
32 22-6 *+Circuit Riders, Inc. 1954-1955
32 22-7 New York Civil Liberties Union 1954
32 22-8 +Hate Groups 1950-1955

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Series 23: Ralph Bunche

Box Folder Title Date
32 23-1 Ddr. Ralph Bunche 1954

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Series 24: Unknown

Box Folder Title Date
32 24- Subversive Groups 1955

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Series 50: Organizations, Miscellaneous (arranged alphabetically); see also, series 15: Organizations, Miscellaneous - arranged by file#.

Box Folder Title Date
33 50-1 "Old man atom" (song) /Tenants & consumers organizations undated
33 50-2 *Screen Cartoonists (Guild) 1946-1950
33 50-3 *Farmers Union 1947-1955
33 50-4 *American Communications Association 1946-1954
33 50-5 Challenge /New Challenge (Labor Youth League) undated
33 50-6 *Consumers Union 1941-1951
33 50-7 *United Financial Employees, U.O.P.W.A. 1946-1950
33 50-8 U.O.P.W.A. & Bankers Trust Strike 1946-1947
33 50-9 People's Artists /Art Editions / 1951-1955
33 50-10 Dave Beck, investigation of (Teamsters) 1957
33 50-11 National Student Association 1947-1955
33 50-12 CP leaders, group 3, California 1951-1952
33 50-13 CP leaders, group 4, Baltimore 1951-1953
33 50-14 CP leaders, group 5, Pittsburgh 1950-1953
33 50-15 CP leaders, group 6, Honolulu 1952-1953
33 50-16 CP leaders, group 8, Detroit 1952-1954
33 50-17 CP leaders, group 9, Seattle 1953
33 50-18 CP leaders, group 10, St. Louis 1952
33 50-19 CP leaders, group 11, Philadelphia 1953
33 50-20 CP leaders, group 12, Cleveland 1953
33 50-21 CP leaders, group 13, Cleveland (empty folder) undated
33 50-22 YNCA - YWCA 1948-1949
33 50-23 Youth Problems, Inc.; Youthbuilders, Inc. 1946-1950
33 50-24 *Young Progressives of America 1948-1950
33 50-25 American Association of Scientific Workers 1950-1954
33 50-26 Missing folder undated
33 50-27 *Artists' Equity Association 1948-1955
33 50-28 *Letters of denial via McNamara 1948-1956
33 50-29 *Young People's Records, Inc. 1948-1950
33 50-30 *Young People's Record Club 1948-1950
33 50-31 *Names - Miscellaneous Reports, A-Z 1946-1947
33 50-32 Organizatioans - Miscellaneous Reports, A-Z 1946-1947
33 50-33.v1 *Illinois, Feb. 4, 1946 - Feb. 13, 1948 1946-1948
33 50-33.v2 *Illinois, Feb. 17, 1948 - Sept. 9, 1948 1946-1948
Box Folder Title Date
34 50-33.v3 *Illinois, Sept. 2, 1948 - June 29, 1949 1948-1949
34 50-33.v4 *Illinois, July 1, 1949 - Oct. 20, 1950 1949-1950
34 50-34 Americna Civil Liberties Union 1949-1967
34 50-35 American Bar Association 1959-1965
34 50-36 *American Communication Association 1957
34 50-37 American Forum for Socialist Education 1957
34 50-38 +All-American Conference to Combat Communism 1957
34 50-39 American Committee for Protection of Foreign Born 1956-1965
34 50-40 +American Friends of Captive Nations 1956-1958
34 50-41 *American Newspaper Guild 1947-1957
34 50-42 The American Socialist 1955-1958
34 50-43 American Foundation for Political Education 1957-1958
34 50-44 American Friends Service Committee 1954-1958
34 50-45 American mothers visit sons in China prisons 1958
34 50-46 *+Anti-Communist Legislation 1950-1954
34 50-47 Atomic Bombs and Missiles 1957
34 50-48 Re Attorney General's List 1948
34 50-49 Max Ascoli and The Reporter 1950-1954
34 50-50 Canadian Communism 1949-1954
34 50-51 Alinsky, Saul 1965-1967
34 50-52 Art Students' League 1964-1965
34 50-53 *Bettis, Valerie 1953
34 50-54 Bakers' Union 1946-1954
34 50-55 Barenblatt, Lloyd 1958-1959
34 50-56 Bildenberg Group, conferences 1957-1965
34 50-57 +John Birch Society 1964-1965
34 50-58 Books undated
34 50-59 Heywood Broun Memorial Award 1948-1958
34 50-60 Brussels International Trade Fair 1958
34 50-61 *+Louis Budenz' column ("The Reds - What Now?" in The Tablet) 1958-1959
34 50-62 California Institute of Technology 1950
34 50-63 Canadian Intelligence Service 1965-1967
34 50-64 *Catherwood Foundation 1955-1956
34 50-65 +Christian Anti-Communism Crusade 1958
Box Folder Title Date
35 50-66 Chicagao,, University of 1950-1958
35 50-67 +Circuit Riders 1958
35 50-68 +"The Communist Party, USA" (manuscript) 1965
35 50-69 Communist Party, USA. 16th National Convention 1955-1957
35 50-70 +Congress of Freedom, Inc. 1958
35 50-71 +Council Against Communist Agression 1957-1958
35 50-72 Council for a Livable World 1964-1965
35 50-73 Cultural Exchange with Russia 1958
35 50-74 Elmer Davis Memorial Committee 1958
35 50-75 +Let Freedom Ring 1965-1966
35 50-76 Dewey, Thomas E. Jr. 1964
35 50-77 du Berrier, Hilaire 1955-1958
35 50-78 *Downtown Community School 1953-1955
35 50-79 *Eaton, Cyrus 1951-1960
35 50-80 Eichelberger, Ted 1953-1954
35 50-81 Emergency Civil Liberties Committee 1955-1965
35 50-82 FBI 1955
35 50-83 Flouridation 1954-1958
35 50-84 Foreign Policy Association 1961-1966
35 50-85 Fund for the Republic 1952-1965
35 50-86 *Gordon Hall 1947-1964
35 50-87 Harvard law School 1957-1959
35 50-88 Harvard University 1950-1958
35 50-89 *Hawaii Residents Association (aka "Imua," i.e. "Go forward" in Hawaiian) 1949-1958
35 50-90 *IMUA Spotlight (Hawaiian Residents Association) 1950-1953
35 50-91 Health Research - California undated
35 50-92 Heikkila, William 1957-1958
35 50-92 HUAC 1952-1955
35 50-94 General Hugh B. Hester 1957-1958
35 50-95 *Highlander Folk School 1953-1958
35 50-96 Hillman, Sideny 1962
35 50-97 *Hiss, Alger 1955
35 50-98 Hoover, J. Edgar & FBI 1959
35 50-99 Hydrogen Bomb, Nuclear Fallout 1958
35 50-100 *+Immigration 1950-1967
35 50-101 Jews - Birobidzhan 1958
35 50-102 *Johnson - Syracuse 1954-1955
35 50-103 *Kerbs, Mrs. Jeanne E. 1959-1967
35 50-104 Kirstein, George G. 1959
35 50-105 Knowland, Sen. William F. 1958
35 50-106 *Lamont, Corliss 1952-1955
35 50-107 Emma Lazarus Federation of Jewish Women's Clubs 1957=1958
35 50-108 League of Women Voters 1955-1965
35 50-109 Liberty Book Club 1955
35 50-110 McCarran Act 1955
35 50-111 *McCormack, Rev. Peter 1958
35 50-112 *McCullough, Hester R. 1949-1950
Box Folder Title Date
36 50-113 Meagher, Robert 1958
36 50-114 Mental Health 1950-1960
36 50-115 *Methodist Federation for Social Action 1947-1960
36 50-116 Methodist Ministes 1959
36 50-117 Mexico 1958
36 50-118 Militant Labor Forum undated
36 50-119 Milwaukee Journal 1959
36 50-120 *Musician's Local 802; President Al Manuti 1937-1958
36 50-121 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People 1957
36 50-122 *National Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy 1958-1960
36 50-123 National Committee to Win Amnesty for the Smith Act Victims 1955
36 50-124 National Council of Churches 1959-1960
36 50-126 Missing folder undated
36 50-127 *National Lawyers Guild 1954-1957
36 50-128 New York Civil Liberties Union 1946-1957
36 50-129 Institute for the Study of the USSR 1957-1958
36 50-130 New School for Social Research 1964
36 50-131 New York State Education 1958
36 50-132 Northern Neighbors 1946-1958
36 50-133 Passports 1958
36 50-134 Peru 1958
36 50-135 Pizer, Morris; United Furniture Workers 1949-1950
36 50-136 Missing folder undated
36 50-137 Polaris - Atomic Power 1960-1961
36 50-138 Powell-Schuman Defense Fund 1950-1957
36 50-139 Princeton University 1958
36 50-140 Religion 1958
36 50-141 Religious Freedom Committee 1957-1958
36 50-142 Religious Freedom News 1954
36 50-143 Retail Clerks International Union 1958
36 50-144 Roosevelt University 1958
36 50-145 Russia & satellites - uprisings 1956
36 50-146 Schwarz, Dr. Fred C. 1958
36 50-147 Security 1958
36 50-148 Senate Internal Security 1959
36 50-149 Servicemen's Defense Committee 1958
36 50-150 Shaw, Irwin 1949-1951
36 50-15 Sheiner, Leo 1958
36 50-152 Socialist Unity Forum 1957
36 50-153 Socialist Youth Committee of Chicago 1957-1958
36 50-154 *Southern Conference Educational Fund 1951-1954
36 50-155 Soviet Elections 1958
36 50-156 Soviet Periodicals 1955
36 50-157 Stern, Alfred 1957
36 50-158 Subversive Activities Control Board 1955
36 50-159 Summit Conference 1958

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Series 99: Additional Miscellaneous Files

Scope and Content:

NOTE: The folders in the remaining boxes (39-44) have not been evaluated for marking with either an (*) denoting especially rich materials, such as undercover reports, or a (+) denoting materials created by right-wing individuals or organizations. (Boxes 37, 38; unprocessed boxes 39-48 to be added to this series)

Box Folder Title Date
37 1 A. A. C. Book List 1944, 1961
37 1a Action Books 1959-1960
37 1b Advance Youth Organization 1963
37 2 African American Institute 1959
37 3 African Fair Inc. 1960
37 4 Afro-Asian Conference 1958-1959
37 5 Alabama Christian movement for Human Rights 1959
37 6 All Russian Liberation Committee undated
37 7 Amerasia 1946-1950
37 8 American Assembly 1957-1965
37 9 American Association for the United Nations 1955-1963
37 10 American Association of University Professors 1949-1964
37 11 American Association of University Women 1955-1962
37 12 *American Bar Association 1951-1964
37 13 American Bar Association Syllabus* 1963
37 14 American Broadcasting Company- Alger Hiss Broadcast 1962-1964
37 15 American Christian Palestine Committee 1954-1958
37 16 * American Civil Liberties Union 1920-1968
37 17 American Coalition of Patriotic Societies, Inc. 1963
37 18 American Committee for Aid to Katanga Freedom Fighters 1961
37 19 American Committee for Cultural Freedom 1956-1957
37 20 American Committee for Liberation 1960
37 21 American Committee for the Protection opf the Foreign Born 1955-1960
37 22 American Committee on Africa 1959-1963
37 23 American Committte to Free Cuba 1962-1963
37 24 American Committee to Improve our Neighborhood 1955-1960
37 25 American Communication Association 1957
37 26 American Council for Judaism 1955-1959
37 27 American Council of Christian Churches 1956-1959
37 28 American Council of Voluntary agencies 1960
37 29 American Council on Education 1963
37 30 American Federation of Teachers 1952-1960
37 31 American Federation of radio and Television Artists 1952-1957
37 32 American Field Service 1955-1960
37 33 American Forum for socialist Education 1956-1957
37 34 American Freedom from Hunger Foundation 1962
37 35 American Freedom of Residence Fund 1962
37 36 American Friends of Russian Freedom 1955
37 37 * American Friends Service Committee 1935-1965
37 38 American Fund for Public Service 1931-1934
37 39 American Heritage Foundation (1950's?) undated
37 40 American Institute of Religion 1961
37 41 American Jewish Congress 1962-1965
37 42 * American League against War and Fascism 1938-1939
37 43 American Library Association- Bookburning; Blackout 1955-1964
37 44 American Nazi Party 1961-1964
37 45 American Negro Conference on Africa 1963
37 46 American Newspaper Guild 1951-1954
37 47 American Parents Committee 1959
37 48 American Peace Crusade 1955
37 49 American Public Relations Forum 1961
37 50 American Religious Town Hall Meeting (TV show) 1958
37 51 American Society for Industrial Security* 1957-1959
37 52 American Veterans Committee 1947-1960
37 53 American Veterans Elbe River Linkup 1955
37 54 American Veterans World War II 1957
37 55 American Writers Association 1947
37 56 Americans for Constitutional Action 1957-1963
37 57 * Americans for Democratic Action 1949-1965
37 58 Americans for National Security 1964-1965
37 59 Americans Underground 1955
37 60 AMTORG 1930, 1952, 1962
37 61 Anti-anti-communists 1961-1963
37 62 Anti-communist Liason 1962-1964
37 63 Anti-Communist Organizations (miscellaneous) 1964
37 64 * Anti-Defamation League 1947-1965
37 65 Appeasers and Appeasement 1957
37 66 Area Redevelopment 1959
37 67 Arkansas Legislative Council 1958
37 68 Arms of Friendship 1958-1959
37 69 Army (Department Organization) 1957
37 70 Artists' Committee to Free Siqueros 1962
37 71 Artists Letter Fund (disarmament) 1962
37 72 Assembly of Unrepresented People 1965
37 73 Atlantic Union 1955-1963
37 74 Association for Family Living 1955
37 75 Atomic Energy Agency 1957
37 76 * Attorney General Subversive Front List 1948-1964
37 77 Authors League of America 1952-1957
Box Folder Title Date
38 1 * Bandung Conference 1955-1961
38 2 Baptist Adults (study course) 1964
38 3 Baptist World Alliance 1960
38 4 Bilderberg Group: 1957 St. Simon Island Conference 1957-1964
38 5 Bill of Rights Conference 1949
38 6 John Birch Society 1961-1964
38 7 Black Liberation Front 1965
38 8 Book Find Club 1945-1950
38 9 Books- How Conservative Books are Banned in Libraries 1951-1961
38 10,11 Branden Clemency Appeal 1961
38 12 Brainwashing 1952-1960
38 13 Bricker Amendment 1955-1957
38 14 Broadview Research Corporation 1957
38 15 Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 1961-1965
38 16 California Free Enterprise Association 1962
38 17 Captive Nations Week 1960-1961
38 18 Cardinal Mindszenty Foundation 1961-1964
38 19 Carnegie Endowment for International Peace 1955-1963
38 20 Catholic Council on Civil Liberties 1962
38 21 Catholic Freedom Foundation 1960
38 22 Cathoilic Interracial Council 1958-1964
38 23 Center for Research on Conflict/Resolution undated
38 24 Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions 1961-1965
38 25 Chautauqua 1959
38 26 China: Reasons for the Loss of 1951, 1962
38 27 Christian Amendment Movement 1960
38 28 Christian Century 1955-1961
38 29 Christian Democratic Movement of Cuba 1960
38 30 * Christian Faith and Life Community (Laos House) 1960
38 31 Christian Science Monitor 1939-1961
38 32 Christ's Mission (Christian Heritage 1959
38 33 * Churchman 1959-1962
38 34 * Church Peace Mission 1950-1958
38 35 Church Peace Union 1962
38 36 Citizens Committee for Constitutional Liberties 1961-1964
38 37 Citizens Committee for Federal Aid for Public Schools 1962
38 38 Citizens Committee fopr International Development 1961
38 39 Citizens Councils 1960
38 40 Citizens Defense Fund 1962
38 41 Citizens Foreign Aid Committee 1959-1963
38 42 Citizens for Freedom 1963
38 43 Citizens Foreign Relations Committee 1955-1957
38 44 Citizens United Press 1961
38 45 Civic Research Bureau- "State of Affairs" 1937-1939
38 46 Civil Rights Congress 1946-1951
38 47 Civil Rights (Presidential Commission) 1957-1958
38 48 Clergyman's Emergency Committee 1965
38 49 Columbia Broadcast System 1952-1962
38 50 Columbia Council for the Gradualist Way to Peace 1962
38 51, 52 Cold War Council (Los Angeles) 1962
38 53 Commission on Freedom of the Press 1957
38 54 Committee for a Democratic Spain 1961-1963
38 55 Committe for a Review of Our China Policy 1963
38 56 Committe for Economic Development 1957-1963
38 57 Committe for Fundamental American Freedoms, Inc 1964
38 58 Committe for International Growth 1958
38 59 Committe for Non-violent Action 1960-1963
38 60 Committee for Peaceful Alternatives to the Atlantic Poact 1962
38 61 Committe for Piullion Resolution 1961
38 62 Committee for Protection of Children from Nuclear Fallout 1961
38 63 Committe for Special Medical Aid to Cuba 1965
38 64 Committe for the Monroe Doctrine 1962-1964
38 65 Committee for Welfare, Education and Legal Defense (WELD) 1963
38 66 Committee for World Development and World Disarmament 1959
38 67 Committee of Arts, Letters, and Sciences 1960
38 68 Committee of One Million 1958-1962
38 69 Committee on Captive Nations 1963
38 70 *Committee on Electoral College Reform 1963
38 71 Committee on Government Security 1957
38 72 Committee on Political Education (COPE) 1959-1964
38 73 Committee on Present Danger 1951
38 74 Committee on University and World Affairs 1961
38 75 Committe to aid the Monroe Defendants 1961
38 76 Committee to Secure Justice for Morton Sobell 1960-1961
38 77 Committee to WARN of the Arrival of Communist Merchandise on the Local Scene 1962-1963
38 78 Common Council for American Unity 1955
38 79 *Communism in Florida 1953-1954
38 80 Communist Gift Organizations 1965
38 81 Communist Party Leaders Abroad 1964
38 82 Communists: Legal Action Against 1962
38 83 *Concern (Methodist Publication) 1962
38 84 Concerned White Citizens of Alabama 1965
38 85 Conference for Legislation in the National Interest 1956
38 86 Conference of Greater New York Peace Groups 1961
38 87 Conference on Economic Progress 1958
38 88 Conference on Voting Restrictions in Southern States 1958
38 89 Congress of Conservatives 1965 undated
38 90 Congress of Industial Organizations (CIO) 1953
38 91 *Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) 1958-1964
38 92 *Conlon Associates (San Fransisco) 1959-1960
38 93 *Conservative Alliance 1957
38 94 Constitution Party of Florida 1965
38 95 Constitutional Amendments (Court of the Union) 1963
38 96 ConstitutionalConservative Movement in the United States 1959
38 97 Conservative Action, Inc, 1964
38 98 Consultative Conference on Desegregation 1959
38 99 Consumers Union 1961
38 100 Council for Basic Education- Bulletin 1959
38 101 Council on African Affairs 1946, 1953
38 102 Council on Foreign Relations 1962-1964
38 103 *Council on World Affairs 1960-1963
38 104 *Convicted Communists 1951-1958
38 105 Critical Issues Coucil 1964
38 106 Christian Rural Overseas Program (CROP) 1964
38 107 *Eastern, PA and Phillipsburg, NJ Investigation 1954-1955
38 108 Educational Programs- International 1957, 1960
38 109 Eisenhower Doctrine 1957
38 110 Eisenhower Exchange Fellowships 1955, 1960
38 111 *Eisenhower Statements 1952, 1957-1963
Box Folder Title Date
39 1 Fact 1964
39 2 Federation of American Scientists 1954, 1963
39 3 Fellowship of Reconciliation 1935-1966
39 4 Fellow Traveler 1949
39 5 Fifth Amendment 1951-1957
39 6 Fifth Amendment Pleaders 1951-1956
39 7 Florida's Communism Course 1964
39 8 Florida Council on Human Relations 1961
39 9 Fluoridation 1956-1957
39 10 Focus 1963
39 11 For America 1957
39 12 Forced Repatriation 1955-1956
39 13 Ford Foundation and Adjuncts 1951-1964
39 14 Foreign Aid-India 1962-1963
39 15 Foreign Policy Association 1960-1962
39 16 Forensic Foundation 1961
39 17 Fort Monmouth Radar 1953-1954, 1960
39 18 Foundation for Religious Action in the Social and Civil Order (FRASCO) 1956-1964
39 19 Foundations 1955-1964
39 20 Freedom Academy 1961-1965
39 21 Freedom Agenda 1954-1956
39 22 Freedom House 1959-1965
39 23 Freedom Medal Awards 1963
39 24 Free World Committee 1959
39 25 Friends of the First Amendment 1963
39 26 Friends- Yearly Quaker Meetings, etc. 1963
39 27 Friendship Book (San Francisco) 1953
39 28 Front Organizations 1943-1956
39 29 Fox Boston Post Series on Harvard 1953
39 30 Fund for the Republic 1955-1963
39 31 Gaither Report 1957-1958
39 32 Gallup Poll- McCarthy Ratings 1953-1962
39 33 Genocide Treaty 1950-1951
39 34 Grass Roots League 1953-1959
39 35 Group Investigation Associates (Boston,MA) 1965
39 36 Group Research, Inc. 1963-1965
39 37 Harvard University 1951-1961
39 38 Haryou 1964-1965
39 39 Hate Groups 1953-1959
39 40 Highlander Folk School 1954-1965
39 41 Hugh Moore Fund 1964
39 42 Humanity Guild, Inc. 1961-1962, undated
39 43 Hungarian Uprising 1956-1962
39 44 Iberica 1963
39 45 Inclosure Number 76388 1952
39 46 The Independent (Formerly: Expose) 1958-1963
39 47 Independent Socialist Electoral Ticket undated
39 48 Institute for American Strategy 1959-1963
39 49 Institute for Defense Analysis 1963-1964
39 50 Institute for International Order 1961-1963
39 51 Institute of Pacific Relations 1951-1960
39 52 Institute on Internal Education 1933, 1955-1959
39 53 Inter-American Association 1960
39 54 Interarmco 1962
39 55 Internal Security Act (1950) 1951-1955
39 56 International Labor Defense 1930
39 57 International Labor Organization 1954-1965
39 58 International Union of Mill, Mine, and Smelter Workers 1955-1960
39 59 International Union of Students 1960-1961
39 60 Jefferson School of Social Science 1949-1956
39 61 Koinonia Foundation 1959
39 62 Ku Klux Klan 1964-1965
39 63 Labor Youth League 1956
39 64 League for Industrial Democracy 1961-1965
39 65 League of Women Voters 1954-1965
39 66 Liberalism- General Definitions, etc. 1956-1961
39 67 Liberation Committee for Africa 1961
39 68 Liberty Lobby 1961-1964
39 69 Lifeline Foundation, Inc. undated
39 70 Little Rock 1957-1958
39 71 Logan Act of 1799 1965-1966
39 72 Loyalty Oath 1959-1965
Box Folder Title Date
40 1 Mallory Decision 1957-1960
40 2 The Marin Story 1954
40 3 Marzani and Munsell 1965
40 4 Medical Aid to Cuba Committee 1962
40 5 Mental Health 1954-1962
40 6 Methodist Church- Manual on Christian Concerns 1962
40 7 Methodist Federation of Socialist Action 1928-1965
40 8 Milwaukee, WI As Hoc Committee (pro-Castro) 1961
40 9 Minority of One 1961-1964
40 10 The Nation 1952-1965
40 11 National Alliance of Russian Solidarists (NTS) 1957
40 12 National Assembly for Democratic Rights 1961
40 13 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) 1955-1965
40 14 National Assembly of Social Workers 1958
40 15 National Broadcasting Company- social content programs, etc. 1961
40 16 National Center for Education in Politics 1963
40 17 National Citizens Commission for Public Schools 1953
40 18 National Fund for Medical Education 1960
40 19 National Guardian 1964-1965
40 20 National Indignation Convention 1961-1963
40 21 National Information Bureau 1957
40 22 National Institute of Arts and Letters 1958-1959
40 23 National Institute of Social Relations undated
40 24 National Lawyers Guild 1953-1958
40 25 National Maritime Union 1942-1960
40 26 National Municipal League 1962-1963
40 27 Negro National Labor Council 1955
40 28 National Opinion Research Center 1958
40 29 National Party of the U.S.A. 1958
40 30 National Planning Association 1957-1964
40 31 National Precinct Workers, Inc. (Chicago) 1964
40 32 National Religion and Labor Foundation 1955
40 33 National Renaissance Party 1963-1964
40 34 National Reprint Service 1950-1955
40 35 National Right to Work Committee 1962
40 36 National Security Council 1961
40 37 National Service Board for Religious Objectors 1958
40 38 National Service Corps 1963
40 39 National Sharecroppers Fund 1958-1961
40 40 National States Right Party (The Thunderbolt) 1962-1964
40 41 National Science Foundation 1961
40 42 National Student Association 1957-1965
40 43 National Student Committee for the Loyalty Oath 1960
40 44 National Student Federation 1941
40 45 Nationwide Insurance (formerly Farm Bureau Insurance) 1955, 1963
40 46 Negro American Labor Council 1960
40 47 Neighbors, Inc. 1960-1964
40 48 Nieman Foundation (Harvard) 1963
40 49 New England Party of Labor 1964
40 50 New Leader 1963
40 51 New World Review 1957-1964
40 52 New York Committee for the General Strike for Peace 1961-1962
40 53 New York Peace Information Center 1963
40 54 Newsweek 1962
40 55 Non-violent Committee for Cuban Independence 1961
40 56 National Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) 1956-1957
40 57 Northern League 1959
40 58 Northern Student Movement 1964
40 59 Duplicate Reports AA-AH (includes Dr. Harold Aaron) 1950-1958
40 60 Duplicate Reports AI-AP (includes American Civil Liberties Union, American Russian Institute, Antioch College) 1949-1955
40 61 Duplicate Reports AQ-AZ (includes Max Ascoli, educator and editor) 1949-1954
40 62 Duplicate Reports BA-BH (includes Charlotta Bass and Howard Bay) 1948-1953
40 63 Duplicate Reports BI-BP (includes Bruce Bliven, Jr. and Book Find Club) 1948-1962
40 64 Duplicate Reports BR-BZ (includes Millen Bramd, author; Oscar Brand, Henrietta Buckmaster, Robert (William) Burke) 1948-1955
40 65 Duplicate Reports Brewers 1945-1958
40 66 Duplicate Reports Buck, Pearl S. 1950-1955
Box Folder Title Date
41 1 Duplicate Reports CA-CH (includes Nicholas Carnes; "Case of the Loaded Mike," a radio play; Charlie Chaplin; Allen Chase) 1949-1954
41 2 Duplicate Reports CI-CP (includes Henry Steel Commager, Committee for a Democratic Eastern Policy, Norman Corwin) 1947-1951
41 3 Citizenship Clearing House 1956-1959
41 4 Duplicate Reports CQ-CZ 1949-1953
41 5 Duplicate Reports DA-DI (includes Vera Michells Dean and the Foreign Policy Association) 1949-1955
41 6 Davis, Benjamin 1962-1965
41 7 Duplicate Reports DJ-DZ (includes James H. Durkin) 1949-1959
41 8 Duplicate Reports EA-EL (includes Kermit Eby, Albert Einstein, Duke Ellington) 1948-1953
41 9 Duplicate Reports EM-EZ (includes Haven Emerson, M.D.; Thomas Emerson, professor of law) 1949-1953
41 10 Duplicate Reports FA-FH (includes Federation of Women Shareholders in American Business) 1949-1965
41 11 Duplicate Reports FI-FP (includes Albert Fitzgerald) 1948-1953
41 12 Duplicate Reports FQ-FZ (includes Clemens J. France; Irving S. Friedman; Stephen Frichtman, minister; Fulfillment Press 1948-1953
41 13 Duplicate Reports GA-GH (includes William Gailmor, Arthur Gaeth, John Garfield) 1948-1953
41 14 Duplicate Reports GI-GP (includes Tom Glazer) 1949-1953
41 15 Duplicate Reports GQ-GZ (includes Ernest A. Gross) 1950-1953
41 16 Duplicate Reports HA-HAL (includes Gus Hall) 1949-1953
41 17 Duplicate Reports HAM-HAZ (includes Hands Off China Rally, William H. Hastie, Clarence A. Hathaway, Elizabeth Hawes) 1948-1953
Box Folder Title Date
42 1 Duplicate Reports HB-HH (includes Lillian Hellman, Donald Henderson) 1949-1954
42 2 Duplicate Reports HI-HP (includes Paul G. Hoffman, Dr. John Haynes Holmes, Hotel and Restaurant Employees (AFL)) 1949-1955
42 3 Duplicate Reports HQ-HZ 1948-1953
42 4 Duplicate Reports IA-IZ (includes International Workers' Order) 1949-1953
42 5 Duplicate Reports JA-JH (includes Phillip J. Jaffee (J.W. Phillips), Jewish War Veterans) 1949-1955
42 6 Duplicate Reports JI-JP (includes Matthew Josephson, author) 1951-1954
42 7 Duplicate Reports JQ-JZ 1938-1953
42 8 Duplicate Reports KA-KH (includes David Karr, Danny Kaye, Rockwell Kent, Judge Dorothy Kenyon) 1948-1965
42 9 Duplicate Reports KI-KP (includes Freda Kirchway, Hy Kraft) 1949-1953
42 10 Duplicate Reports KQ-KZ 1948-1953
42 11 Duplicate Reports LA-LH (includes Burt Lancaster, Burton LeDoux, Sam Levenson, David Mortimer Livingston) 1946-1958
42 12 Duplicate Reports LI-LP (includes Phillip Loeb, Edward H. Litchfield) 1949-1956
42 13 Duplicate Reports LQ-LZ 1948-1954
42 14 Duplicate Reports MA (Archibald Macleish, professor from M.I.T.; Kirtley Mather, C. Henry Mather) 1948-1954
42 15 Duplicate Reports Mc (includes Board of Education vs. Jerauld McGill, et. al.) 1948-1954
42 16 Duplicate Reports ME-MH (includes Meat Cutters and Butchers of America (AFL), Ernest O. Melby) 1946-1953
42 17 Duplicate Reports MI-MZ (includes Arthur Miller, A.F. Ashley Montagu) 1948-1953
Box Folder Title Date
43 1 Duplicate Reports NA (includes The Nation; National Citizens Commission for Public Schools; National Council of the Arts, Sciences, and Professions; National Council of American-Soviet Friendship) 1947-1954
43 2 Duplicate Reports (includes National Lawyers' Guild) 1946-1951
43 3 Duplicate Reports NB-NZ 1949-1955
43 4 Duplicate Reports OA-OL (includes One World Award Committee) 1948-1953
43 5 Duplicate Reports OM-OZ (includes Arthur Osman, Bishop G. Bromley Oxnam) 1948-1954
43 6 Duplicate Reports PA-PH (includes Samuel J. Parks, "Peace Offensive," Gregory Peck, Institute of Applied Religion, Linus Pauling) 1947-1953
43 7 Duplicate Reports PI-PP (includes Abraham Pomeranz; Adam Clayton Powell, Jr.) 1950-1960
43 8 Duplicate Reports PQ-PZ (includes David Pressman, Pearl Primus) 1947-1953
43 9 Duplicate Reports Q 1953
43 10 Duplicate Reports RA-RH (includes David Ramsey and Harold Faggen; William Redfield; Quentin Reynolds, editor and author) 1949-1955
43 11 Duplicate Reports RI-RP (includes Wellington Roe, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Isadore Rosenberg) 1943-1953
43 12 Duplicate Reports RQ-RZ (includes Jay Rubin; Ruder and Finn, Inc.; Russian War Relief, Inc) 1948-1953
43 13 Duplicate Reports SA 1949-1954
43 14 Duplicate Reports SC (includes Frederick L. Schuman, professor; Marcel Scherer; Hubert Schon) 1948-1955
43 15 Duplicate Reports SE-SH (includes Edwin Seaver; Vincent (James) Sheean, writer; Reverend Guy Emery Shipler, United Shoeworkers of America) 1949-1955
43 16 Duplicate Reports SI-SL (includes Ellie Siegmeister, composer) 1949-1954
43 17 Duplicate Reports SM-SS (includes Edgar Snow, Roy Soden, "Spotlight on Asia Dinner"(Committee for a Democratic Far Eastern Policy) 1949-1960
43 18 Duplicate Reports ST-SZ 1949-1964
Box Folder Title Date
44 1 Duplicate Reports TA-TZ (includes R.J. Thomas, Jeanette Turner, Martin K. Tytell) 1949-1958
44 2 Duplicate Reports UA-UZ (includes United Productions of America, United World Federalists, Louis Untermeyer, Harold Urey) 1948-1954
44 3 Duplicate Reports VA-VZ (includes Elkan Valden) 1949-1953
44 4 Duplicate Reports WA-WH (includes J. Raymond Walsh, Colston E. Warne) 1948-1954
44 5 Duplicate Reports WI-WZ (includes World Youth and Student Festival) 1949-1953
44 6 Duplicate Reports Y-Z (includes Yale University, Coleman Young, Youth of all Nations) 1948-1953

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