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Jessie Lloyd O'Connor Papers, 1850 - 1988
147 boxes (61.75 linear ft.)
Collection number: MS 254

Abstract:
Journalist, social reformer and political activist. Jessie Lloyd O'Connor worked as reporter for Federated Press. Her extensive writings, notes, and correspondence document the labor strikes she covered in Kentucky and North Carolina and her work on civil rights, civil liberties and women's rights. O'Connor served and supported numerous progressive organizations, including the American League Against War and Fascism and the ACLU. Other materials include family biographical files; memorabilia; and photographs. Notable correspondents include family members William Bross Lloyd, Lola Maverick Lloyd, and Harvey O'Connor; as well as friends and colleagues such as Mary Heaton Vorse, Josephine Herbst, Earl Browder, Ella Reeve Bloor, Florence Luscomb, Katherine Anne Porter, Rosika Schwimmer, and Pete Seeger.

Terms of Access and Use:

Restrictions on access:

The papers are open to research according to the regulations of the Sophia Smith Collection with the exception of three folders of correspondence related to Kathleen O'Connor, which are closed until her death.

Restrictions on use:

The Sophia Smith Collection owns copyright to the papers of Jessie Lloyd O'Connor. Copyright to materials created by others may be owned by those individuals or their heirs or assigns. It is the responsibility of the researcher to identify and satisfy the holders of all copyrights. Permission must be obtained from the Sophia Smith Collection to publish reproductions or quotations beyond "fair use."

Sophia Smith Collection
Smith College
Northampton, MA

Biographical Note
Jessie Lloyd O'Connor piloting Volya, undated

Jessie Lloyd O'Connor piloting Volya, undated

Jessie Lloyd, journalist and social activist, was born in Winnetka, Illinois on February 14, 1904, the daughter of William Bross Lloyd, writer and socialist, and Lola Maverick, pacifist and founder of the U.S. section of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF). O'Connor's grandfather was Henry Demarest Lloyd, muckraking journalist and author of Wealth Against Commonwealth (1894), an expose of Standard Oil. Her family's strong tradition of democratic socialism provided the foundation of a political education that was augmented by a constant stream of visiting radicals and reformers, including Jane Addams, Rosika Schwimmer, and John Reed. In 1915 Lloyd accompanied her mother to Europe aboard Henry Ford's Peace Ship.

After earning an A.B. in economics from Smith College in 1925, Lloyd visited London where she witnessed a confrontation between police and strikers during the British General Strike. Inaccurate news reports of the incident confirmed her parents' contention that mainstream press accounts of the poor were untrustworthy. A short stint working in a Paris factory reinforced her desire to provide a corrective to slanted news coverage by reporting events herself.

Lloyd contributed stories to newspapers in the United States while working as a correspondent for the London Daily Herald in Geneva (1926) and Moscow (1926-28). From Moscow, she also sent stories to the Federated Press, a labor wire service in the United States.

From 1929 to 1935 Lloyd worked as a reporter for the Federated Press in the United States. She was sent to Gastonia, North Carolina in 1929 to cover the National Textile Workers Union's attempt to organize the Loray mill. She wrote a pamphlet on the strike, Gastonia: A Graphic Chapter in Southern Organization (1930).

Early in the Depression O'Connor wrote stories about the unemployed in New York City. Her exposure to the plight of the jobless under capitalism and the activities of the Communist Party on their behalf fostered an appreciation for Communists' courage and dedication. Over time she became disenchanted with the Party, finding it doctrinaire and fraught with internecine battles. Though she declined to join, O'Connor never became part of the anticommunist camp within the American left. In 1957 she wrote of her accord with communist aims of "world peace, race brotherhood, [and] equality for women" but added that she "could not favor dictatorship of the proletariat or trust anybody with power, without guarantees of civil liberties for opponents."

In 1930, Jessie Lloyd married Harvey O'Connor, an editor for the Federated Press, and a former logger, seaman, and member of the International Workers of the World. The O'Connors decided to open a bureau of the Federated Press in Pittsburgh where the labor movement, in attempting to organize the steel mills and mining companies, was fighting its most bitter struggle. First, they took a six month trip to the Caribbean and Mexico, filing stories from each region they visited. The trip solidified a fruitful working relationship that would continue throughout the O'Connors' lives.

In 1931, the Federated Press sent Jessie Lloyd O'Connor to replace a correspondent who had been shot while covering the coal miners' strike in Harlan County, Kentucky. Despite regular threats, she turned interviews with miners, their families, and members of the community into evocative stories carried in newspapers throughout the country. Her investigation of the murder of two men conducting a soup kitchen for the strikers left an indelible impression which she described in the O'Connors' 1987 memoir: "Class struggle is not something I want to preach, it is something that happens to people who try to resist or improve intolerable conditions."

After returning to Pittsburgh, O'Connor continued working for the Federated Press and helped revitalize the local ACLU. She also helped research and edit the first in a series of Harvey's exposes of American capitalism, Mellon's Millions (1933), a role she played for his subsequent books.

The O'Connors went to Moscow in 1932 to work for the English language Moscow Daily News. Jessie was troubled by the changes in Russia since 1928 and unhappy translating dull stories of "socialist triumphs in new paper mills and state farms." When libel litigation over Mellon's Millions was resolved in 1933, the O'Connors returned to Pittsburgh where workers, guaranteed the right to organize by the National Recovery Act, were forming union locals throughout the steel industry. While reporting for the Federated Press from 1933 to 1935, O'Connor carried messages between organizers. During the Ambridge strike she narrowly escaped arrest, and smuggled the main organizer out of town. During this period she also chaired the Pittsburgh chapter of the League Against War and Fascism.

An heir to the Chicago Tribune fortune, O'Connor believed it was her duty to use her money to benefit radical causes. In 1934, she received publicity for demanding at a stockholders' meeting that U.S. Steel recognize a union of its employees. She helped fund many projects, from literacy and voting campaigns in the South to radical bookstores.

Although she continued to work periodically as a freelance journalist, in 1936 O'Connor turned her energies to volunteer work and later, caring for two children the O'Connors adopted in the early 1940s. From 1939 to 1944 they lived at Hull House. While in Chicago, Jessie was general secretary of The League of Women Shoppers, working to organize buying power to improve workplace conditions and wages. For the Metropolitan Housing and Planning Council she made a film of housing conditions designed to convince her former Winnetka neighbors to finance improvements. She also worked for the Industrial Board of the YWCA, the ACLU, Spanish Refugee Relief, the American Committee for the Protection of the Foreign Born, WILPF, and the Campaign for World Government. O'Connor claimed she served on so many boards during this period that she did justice to none of them.

In 1945 the O'Connors moved to Fort Worth, Texas where Harvey worked as publicity director for the Oil Workers International Union. In 1948 they settled in Little Compton, Rhode Island, where Harvey devoted himself to writing. Jessie was a member of the National Committee of the Progressive Party from 1949 to 1952 and a delegate to the People's World Constitutional Convention in 1950. During the 1950s, Joseph McCarthy accused both O'Connors of being Communists. Harvey was called before the House Un-American Activities Committee and Jessie's passport was revoked. They joined with other activists to organize the National Committee to Abolish HUAC (later the National Committee Against Repressive Legislation). From the 1960s on, Jessie demonstrated against the Vietnam War, was active in political campaigns, worked against construction of a local nuclear power plant, and traveled extensively.

For forty years, peace activists, union organizers, victims of McCarthy era purges, novelists, and folk singers came to rest and recuperate at the O'Connor home in Little Compton. Beth Taylor, a friend who knew them in their last years described them as "joyful, witty, accepting people" and noted that "anyone who came under their wing...felt their magnetism." Harvey died in 1987. Jessie died December 24, 1988 in Fall River, Massachusetts at the age of 84.

While Jessie's career received less public notice than Harvey's, she holds a significant place in the history of American radicalism. Beyond her career in labor journalism, she was part of an extensive network of radicals involved in every major social movement of the twentieth century. O'Connor's multiple interests and commitments probably diluted her impact in any single area, but her unwavering dedication to social justice was an example for all who shared her commitment.

Scope and Contents of the Collection

The Jessie Lloyd O'Connor Papers consist of 61.75 linear feet and date from 1850s to 1988. The bulk of the papers date from the 1920s, O'Connor's college years, to 1988 and relate to every aspect of her life, both personal and professional. Types of material include personal and business correspondence; writings; speeches; personal records and memorabilia; printed material; financial and legal records; photographs; biographical material; organization and subject files; miscellaneous notes and lists, and several audiotapes of interviews and music.

While the bulk of these papers are directly related to Jessie Lloyd O'Connor and the causes she worked for and supported, because she was a collector, these are also family papers. Harvey O'Connor is especially well represented here because he and Jessie often collaborated on projects, notably their memoirs, but also their work for the Federated Press and Harvey's books. O'Connor's interest in her family's history is reflected in biographical material about, and writings of, notable relatives such as Henry Demarest Lloyd, Maury Maverick, and Lola Maverick Lloyd in SERIES I. BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIAL and SERIES III. WRITINGS, respectively. There is biographical material about friends and associates in SERIES V. SUBJECT FILES.

O'Connor's interests were many, her correspondence prodigious, and she was a natural collector. The result is documentation of a wide array of subjects within these papers, some in great depth, others in a more fragmentary fashion. Some of the major subjects addressed throughout the papers are labor; international cooperation and world government; peace and pacifism; civil liberties; communism and U.S. anti-communism; the cooperative movement and other consumer issues; the environment; music, especially of a political bent, and dance; philanthropy; Soviet Union; political prisoners and refugees; political campaigns, especially of the Progressive Party; and housing. O'Connor accumulated material related to organizations with which she was actively involved, such as the League of Women Shoppers, American League Against War and Fascism, Progressive Party, Hull House, Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, and United World Federalists, as well as those in which she retained a more peripheral interest, receiving mailings and making donations. Some of the organizations, like the American Civil Liberties Union and the National Woman's Party, are well known and extensively documented in other archival repositories; others are more obscure, and it is likely that material about them is more difficult to locate in other archives. In addition to large social, political, and economic topics covered within the collection, there is a great deal of material, especially in SERIES II. CORRESPONDENCE, that addresses more personal subjects, such as marriage, divorce, and family relationships in general; friendship; sexual mores; adoption; the women's college experience; professional collaboration between husband and wife and the ambivalent relationship of career and family in women's lives; and the role of wealthy contributors to radical causes and the contradictions they faced. Similar subject matter and types of material often appear in several of the different series or parts of series and "see also" references have been used liberally in an attempt to alert researchers to at least some of these connections, though they are far from comprehensive.


Information on Use
Terms of Access and Use
Restrictions on access:

The papers are open to research according to the regulations of the Sophia Smith Collection with the exception of three folders of correspondence related to Kathleen O'Connor, which are closed until her death.

Restrictions on use:

The Sophia Smith Collection owns copyright to the papers of Jessie Lloyd O'Connor. Copyright to materials created by others may be owned by those individuals or their heirs or assigns. It is the responsibility of the researcher to identify and satisfy the holders of all copyrights. Permission must be obtained from the Sophia Smith Collection to publish reproductions or quotations beyond "fair use."

Preferred Citation

Please use the following format when citing materials from this collection:

Jessie Lloyd O'Connor Papers, Sophia Smith Collection, Smith College, Northampton, Mass.

Additional Formats

Selections from the Jessie Lloyd O'Connor Papers can be viewed in the Web exhibit Agents of Social Change: New Resources on 20th-century Women's Activism .

History of the Collection

Jessie Lloyd O'Connor donated her papers to the Sophia Smith Collection from 1982 to 1988. Stephen O'Connor and Georgia Lloyd have added to the original donation.

Processing Information

Processed by Amy Hague, 2000.


Additional Information
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Language
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Encoding funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Series Descriptions
(1850s-1988)
8.15 linear ft.

This series includes a wide variety of material that documents Jessie Lloyd O'Connor's personal history, as well as her professional accomplishments. There is also biographical information about members of her extended family. The bulk of the series covers the period from the 1920s to 1988 and includes articles, interviews, personal records, school papers and memorabilia, financial and legal documents, correspondence, memorabilia, and photographs. The subseries are Articles and interviews, Personal records, Education, Financial and legal materials, Homes and other real estate, Death, F.B.I. files, Memorabilia, Family, and Photographs. Education includes not only a record of O'Connor's studies from grade school and church school through Smith College, but a small amount of information about her extra-curricular activities, and a substantial amount of material relating to her Smith College alumnae activities. There is also alumnae business related correspondence scattered throughout SERIES II. CORRESPONDENCE--Friends and associates. Financial and legal material provides a thorough overview of O'Connor's involvement in Lloyd and Maverick family business interests, as well as information about her personal expenses, insurance, etc. The family correspondence related to business interests that appears here overlaps significantly with that included in the family correspondence in SERIES II, notably that of George "Brother" Green who was in charge of the George Maverick Trust, but also that of O'Connor's Lloyd relatives. Homes and real estate also contains some financial and legal material but also contains more general material, such as floor plans; correspondence with the overseer of William Bross Lloyd's Jamaican estate; and preservation of the Henry Demarest Lloyd homes in Winnetka, Illinois, and Sakonnet, Rhode Island. Family consists of articles, correspondence, memorabilia, and other biographical material O'Connor collected about various family members. Photographs includes not only family snapshots and albums, but two folders of photographs related to O'Connor's work as a journalist in the 1930s in North Carolina and Pittsburgh.

(1875-1988)
27.15 linear ft.

Arrangement:

This series is organized into three subseries: Family, Friends and associates, and General/business.

Scope and content:

All of the subseries include both incoming and outgoing correspondence filed together chronologically and include items that were enclosed with correspondence: clippings, memorabilia, photographs, and third party correspondence. This is especially the case for the Family correspondence because many family members were inclined to exchange clippings and copies of correspondence received from a third family member. For this reason the researcher will find, for example, letters from Mary Lloyd included in letters between Jessie and her other siblings, Georgia Lloyd Berndt Beshears and William B. Lloyd, Jr. The family correspondence reveals a strong sense of a shared activist tradition among descendents of the likes of Henry Demarest Lloyd, Samuel Maverick, and Lola Maverick Lloyd. The letters reflect family members' keen consciousness that with wealth comes an obligation to society, not only for implementing progressive change, but also on the level of individual charity. There is also extensive personal material about relationships within the family, notably the protracted and difficult divorce of Lola Maverick Lloyd and William Bross Lloyd, Sr. and the adoption of Stephen and Kathleen O'Connor.

O'Connor was a prolific correspondent with Friends and associates as well as family members. She maintained relationships through the years with the famous and not so famous by corresponding often and at length. Some of her better known correspondents in this subseries include Emily Greene Balch, Ella Reeve Bloor, Jean and Leonard Boudin, Ann and Carl Braden, Emmett Pat Cush, Virginia Foster Durr, Elizabeth Gurley Flynn, Carl and Lucy Haessler Josephine Herbst, Grace Hutchins, Hays Jones, Corliss and Helen Lamont, Florence Luscomb, Darwin Meserole, Malvina and Bud Reynolds, Katherine Anne Porter, Franciska and Rosika Schwimmer, Pete and Toshi Seeger, Art and Esther Shields, Ching-ling Soong, Anna Louise Strong, Alexandra Tolstoy, and Mary Heaton Vorse. Other well known correspondents appear in other series and many are indicated by "see" and "see also" references, for example David Dellinger's correspondence is located in SERIES IV. ORGANIZATION FILES--Liberation. Less well-known correspondents are illuminating on topics as wide and varied as O'Connor's interests. For example, Y. Veenis, a friend from the O'Connors' Pittsburgh days, wrote about changes that had occurred in conditions in the steel industry, and Jule Seibel sent updates on the financial condition of the Federated Press. Correspondence of Evelyn Platt Merlin, a young woman who O'Connor took under her wing, and Evelyn's grandmother, Florence Winterburne, provide one example of O'Connor's frequent financial contributions to individuals who asked for her help.

General/business includes a chronologically arranged section of miscellaneous correspondence on a wide array to topics, followed by an alphabetically arranged section of subjects and organizations for which there is a substantial amount of correspondence. Within the subjects, the large amount of correspondence with archives and libraries reflects O'Connor's interest in her family's history and the placement of various family papers. The process of adopting the two O'Connor children is well documented in the "Children" section. Three folders of correspondence in this section related to Kathleen O'Connor are restricted until her death. The Public correspondence provides an overview of O'Connor's political opinions over the years and includes letters to editors, legislators, and other public officials. If it was clear that a letter to the editor had been published it has been placed in SERIES III. WRITINGS.

(1889-1989)
9 linear ft.

Arrangement:

The series is organized into nine subseries: Diaries, Correspondence (about writings), Articles and essays, Speeches, London Daily Herald, Federated Press, Memoirs, Notes and research material, and By other family. The Articles and essays subseries is organized alphabetically by title and when no title exists, by subject.

Scope and content:

Jessie Lloyd O'Connor wrote on many different topics, and her strong opinions and wide range of interests are evident in the writings series. Numerous writings on political themes can be found with the works with titles, as well as her "Story of the Ford Peace Ship," an account of the Lloyd family's trip to Europe on Henry Ford's peace mission during World War I. Among works filed by subject are the numerous writings generated by O'Connor's travels to Russia. They include a satirical unpublished novel entitled A Flapper Goes to Russia, articles published by the New York Times Magazine, and her work for the English-language Moscow Daily News. Correspondence, research material, and some financial and legal documents from Russia are also located in the writings series. O'Connor's musical compositions are filed in the subjects section of Articles and essays and include an audiotape recording of her singing her songs. The London Daily Herald subseries contains correspondence, articles, and printed material concerning her coverage of the 1927 League of Nations conference in Geneva.

The Federated Press subseries documents O'Connor's most famous assignment for the left-wing news organization, the replacement of a reporter who had been attacked by a sniper during the violent mine strikes in Harlan County, Kentucky, in 1931. O'Connor remained after being threatened by local vigilantes, and her time in Harlan is well documented in the articles and research material collected here. There is also material from her other Federated Press assignments, including articles and a pamphlet from the violent Gastonia, North Carolina textile strike. Her coverage of various Pennsylvania news stories, especially Pittsburgh mine and steel mill strikes is also well documented. Memoirs consist of the correspondence, drafts, and published versions of Jessie and Harvey O'Connor's autobiographies: the self-published Contumacious Couple: Memoirs of Harvey and Jessie O'Connor, 1985, and a version of it edited by Susan Bowler, Harvey and Jessie: A Couple of Radicals (Temple University Press: Philadelphia), 1988.

Notes and research material is a large subseries consisting of the many notes Jessie wrote and compiled throughout her life. These contain her thoughts on many subjects, ranging from story ideas, names and phone numbers of those she sought to enlist in her causes, or commentary on contemporary events. Where possible the notes have been arranged by date or subject. The final writings subseries is material written by Other family members. Particularly interesting are the writings of her pacifist mother Lola Maverick Lloyd.

(1918-1988)
12.75 linear ft.

Arrangement:

Alphabetically arranged files.

Scope and content:

This series consists of files on organizations in which O'Connor was deeply involved, such as the League of Women Shoppers, as well as others with which she seems to have had a more passing connection, making donations and/or collecting mailings. The series includes correspondence, brochures and other printed material, newsletters, and notes. O'Connor worked in the leadership of a number of local organizations-the American League against War and Fascism in Pittsburgh; the Progressive Party, especially Henry Wallace's presidential campaign, and the CIO- Political Action Committee in Texas; and in Chicago for Hull House (where she was a resident in the early 1940s), The Metropolitan Housing and Planning Council, and the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, among others. Files for these organizations document O'Connor's extensive volunteer work and more generally, organizations of the American Left, especially in the Cold War years. The papers also contain material from organizations with which she appears to have had no direct involvement. These have been saved to highlight the variety of her interests and to suggest the wide array of progressive and radical organizations that existed during the 1930s through the Cold War years, as well as those from the 1960s on which may be more familiar.

Related material:

Some of the more ephemeral organizational materials have been grouped with other material in the appropriate category in SERIES V. SUBJECT FILES.

(1893-1988)
4.4 linear ft.

Arrangement:

Arranged alphabetically.

Scope and content:

The subject files contain a wide variety of printed material, as well as correspondence, notes, and some organizational materials. Broad subject areas that are also represented by material in the WRITINGS and ORGANIZATION FILES series, such as labor and peace, tend to contain miscellaneous printed material, often from organizations with which O'Connor seemed to have little or peripheral involvement. Other broad areas of interest, such as Music and Children/youth document her deep interest in subjects near to her heart, respectively songwriting and folk dancing, and her two children. Files on admired friends and activists like Ella Reeve Bloor, Anne and Carl Braden, and Pete Seeger, also contain material of a more personal nature. Some of the documents filed here may have been research material for O'Connor's writings or potential writings that were not identified as such and thus may overlap with materials in the WRITINGS series.

Contents List
SERIES I. BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIAL
(1850s-1988)


Articles and interviews



Articles about
1929-89

Box 1: folder 1
Note:
Interviews



Smith Centennial Study (Jacqueline Van Voris): correspondence and transcript
1971-75

Box 1: folder 2
Studs Terkel: cassette tape


Box 1: folder 3
Ann West: transcript
1981

Box 1: folder 4
Personal records



Address and birthday books
n.d.

Box 1: folder 5
Card file of addresses for individuals and organizations
n.d.

Box 1
Health/medical: correspondence, notes, dental x-rays, and measurements
1922-88, n.d.

Box 2: folder 1
Marriage announcement
1930

Box 2: folder 2
Papers: Tina Simmons' notes and correspondence re: organization of JLO papers
1977-78, n.d.

Box 2: folder 3
Note:
Passports, visas, certificates of vaccination, and drivers licenses
1926-70

Box 2: folder 4
Education



Note:
Grade school



Papers, assignments, and artwork
circa 1912-16

Box 2: folder 5
Report cards and memorabilia
1914-15, n.d.

Box 2: folder 6
Church school: report card, diplomas, and projects
1915-16, n.d.

Box 2: folder 7
New Trier High School, Winnetka, IL



Notes and papers
1918, n.d.

Box 2: folder 8
Report cards
1916-20

Box 2: folder 9
Memorabilia
1921, n.d.

Box 3: folder 1
Alumni Association: correspondence and 1970 reunion materials
1921, 1923, 1970-76

Box 3: folder 2
Smith College



Miscellaneous class notes
1925, n.d.

Box 3: folder 3-8
Miscellaneous class notes
1925, n.d.

Box 4: folder 1
Class papers and exams,
1921-25, n.d.


Economics 21-38


Box 4: folder 2
English 11-313


Box 4: folder 3-5
History 1b
11, 33, 34, 33

Box 4: folder 6
Philosophy 21b, 32a


Box 4: folder 7
Statistics


Box 4: folder 8
Miscellaneous


Box 4: folder 9
Extracurricular activities: Smith College Monthly articles, notes for articles [SCM or Press Board?], and Italian Club meeting notes
1924-25, n.d.

Box 4: folder 10
Grade reports
1921-25

Box 4: folder 11
Memorabilia



Notes from friends
n.d.

Box 4: folder 12
Miscellaneous
1921-25

Box 4: folder 13
Alumnae activities



Correspondence
1928-84

Box 5: folder 1
reunion report: notes, drafts, and galley proof
1955

Box 5: folder 2
Biographical questionnaire (completed) and miscellaneous printed material
1956-75, n.d.

Box 5: folder 3
Financial and legal material



Birth certificate
1904

Box 6: folder 1
Expenses and income



Bank statements and check stubs
1916, 1922-45

Box 6: folder 2-17
Bank statements
1945-56, 1982

Box 7: folder 1-12
Notebook
1933-35, 1940

Box 8: folder 1
Taxes
1937-59, 1976

Box 8: folder 2-3
Insurance
1949-51

Box 8: folder 4
Trusts and estates: correspondence and legal documents



Edith Wynner Trust
1976

Box 8: folder 5
George Maverick Estate and Maverick Properties
1944-57, 1975-77

Box 8: folder 6
Note:
Jessie Lloyd O'Connor Trust
1964-76

Box 8: folder 7
Note:
John Bross Lloyd Trust
1947-69

Box 8: folder 8
Lola Maverick Lloyd Estate
1945-47

Box 8: folder 9
Madge Bird Lloyd Trust
1930-72

Box 8: folder 10
Mary Maverick Lloyd Estate
1976

Box 8: folder 11
Northern Trust Company
1945-83

Box 8: folder 12
William Bross Lloyd (The Lloyd Properties)


Box 8
Note:
Christmas Trust
1935-48

Box 8: folder 13
Correspondence
1919-51, 1984, n.d.

Box 8a: folder 1-5
Court documents
1951

Box 9: folder 1
Permanent Family Fund
1940-49

Box 9: folder 2
Testamentary Trust and Report of Examination
1955, 1958

Box 9: folder 3
Miscellaneous financial
1935-70

Box 9: folder 4
Wills
1970-81

Box 9: folder 5
Harvey O'Connor/Blanche J. O'Connor divorce
1930-31

Box 9: folder 6
Miscellaneous contracts, correspondence, and legal documents
1947-83

Box 9: folder 7
Death



Obituaries
1988-89

Box 9: folder 8
Memorial service
21 Jan 1989

Box 9: folder 9
Condolence letters and devotionals
1988, n.d.

Box 9: folder 10-12
F.B.I. files(part 1 and 2)
1941-72

Box 9: folder 9a-9b
Homes and other real estate



Note:
Jamaica, W.I. (Bu Saaba): correspondence



Note:
James Crearer
1946-52

Box 10: folder 1
Miscellaneous
1943-86

Box 10: folder 2
Maverick ranch, TX



Note:
General
1973, 1978, n.d.

Box 10: folder 3
Reece and Ellen Whiting
1948-85, n.d.

Box 10: folder 4
Warrens Point, Little Compton; and Sakonnet, RI



General: correspondence, articles, floor plan, records, and deeds
1946-88, n.d.

Box 10: folder 5
Volya (yacht)



1936-50, n.d.

Box 10: folder 6
1951-70, n.d.

Box 11: folder 1
Watch House
1959-79, n.d.

Box 11: folder 2
Winnetka, IL.: correspondence, house records, articles, and reports re: historic preservation
1946-47, 1961-77, n.d.

Box 11: folder 3
Miscellaneous
1941-81, n.d.

Box 11: folder 4
Memorabilia



Note:
Artwork
1926, 1936, n.d.

Box 11: folder 5
Greeting cards and postcards
circa 1910-60s


Christmas and miscellaneous


Box 11: folder 6
Valentines/birthday


Box 11: folder 7-8
Poems and songs by others about Jessie and Harvey
1936-85, n.d.

Box 11: folder 9
Miscellaneous: invitations, awards, library and membership cards, Christmas cards, menus, plays, programs, artwork, lists, JLO's braids, and printed material
1919-83

Box 12: folder 1
Family



Beshears, Georgia Lloyd Berndt and Bob Beshears (sister and brother-in-law)
1937-88, n.d.

Box 12: folder 2
Bross-Lloyd-Demarest genealogy
n.d.

Box 12: folder 3
Bross, William
1949, 1977, n.d.

Box 12: folder 4
Demarest Family
1939-60

Box 12: folder 5
Green, Mary Vance
1950-87

Box 12: folder 6
Green, Rena Maverick
1954-68

Box 12: folder 7
Green, Robert B.
1962

Box 12: folder 8
Horwitz, Lola Lloyd
1958, 1962, 1967

Box 12: folder 9
Keller, Deborah Maverick Kelley
1986-88

Box 12: folder 10
Kelley, Augusta Maverick
1954, 1985, n.d.

Box 12: folder 11
Kelley, Augustus M.
1951-early 1960s

Box 12: folder 12
Kelley, Florence M.
1960

Box 12: folder 13
Kelley, Nicholas
1965, n.d.

Box 12: folder 14
Kelley, Nicholas, Jr.
1956

Box 12: folder 15
Lloyd Family



General
1954-88, n.d.

Box 12: folder 16
Miscellaneous individuals
1972-88, n.d.

Box 12: folder 17
Lloyd, David Demarest
1950-63

Box 12: folder 18
Lloyd, Demarest
1932, n.d.

Box 12: folder 19
Lloyd, Henry Demarest



General correspondence and articles
1903-86, n.d.

Box 12: folder 20
"Biographical Notes on the Life of Henry Demarest Lloyd" by Caroline Lloyd Strobell(includes letter from Ella Reeve Bloor, 1938)
1902, 1938-40, n.d.

Box 12: folder 21
Correspondence re: Wealth vs. Commonwealth
1936-37, n.d.

Box 12: folder 22
Lloyd, Henry Demarest, Jr.
1951-52, 1970

Box 13: folder 1
Lloyd, Jessie Bross (grandmother)
1897-1905, 1967

Box 13: folder 2
Lloyd, John Bird (brother)
1931-60, n.d.

Box 13: folder 3
Lloyd, John Bross
1957, 1966

Box 13: folder 4
Lloyd, Lola Maverick



Correspondence
1944-48, 1962

Box 13: folder 5
Articles and reminiscences
1945-86, n.d.

Box 13: folder 6
Divorce
1916

Box 13: folder 7
Death



Correspondence
1944-45, n.d.

Box 13: folder 8
Obituaries and memorial service
1944

Box 13: folder 9
Lloyd, Mary Maverick (sister): Obituaries and condolence letters
1976

Box 13: folder 10
Lloyd, Mary Norris (sister-in-law)
1962, 1972, n.d.

Box 13: folder 11
Lloyd, Robin
1944, 1974, 1980, 1988, n.d.

Box 13: folder 12
Lloyd, William Bross, Sr. (father)
1918-88

Box 13: folder 13
Lloyd, William Bross, Jr. (brother)
1942-84, n.d.

Box 13: folder 14
Maverick Family



General: correspondence, articles, pamphlets, lists, and memorabilia
1889, 1934-85, n.d.

Box 13: folder 15
Miscellaneous individuals
1952-87, n.d.

Box 13: folder 16
Maverick, Jim and Hazel
1969, 1987, n.d.

Box 13: folder 17
Maverick, Maury
1936-68, n.d.

Box 13: folder 18
Maverick, Maury, Jr.
1959-80

Box 13: folder 19
Maverick, Samuel
1936-85, n.d.

Box 13: folder 20
O'Connor Family: miscellaneous memorabilia
1942-70, n.d.

Box 13: folder 21
O'Connor, Harvey



Articles and other printed material
1933-87, n.d.

Box 13: folder 22
Health: correspondence and notes
1952-86, n.d.

Box 13: folder 23
Memorabilia: award, notes, poems, and drawing
circa 1945-88, n.d.

Box 13: folder 24
O'Connor children



General
1950, 1980, n.d.

Box 14: folder 1
Kathleen
1943-57, n.d.

Box 14: folder 2
Stephen
1943-89, n.d.

Box 14: folder 3
Strobell, Caroline Lloyd
1939-40, n.d.

Box 14: folder 4
Photographs



Jessie Lloyd O'Connor



Alone
circa 1916-84, n.d.

Box 14: folder 5
With others
1910s-84, n.d.

Box 14: folder 6
O'Connor family groups
1940s-64, n.d.

Box 14: folder 7
O'Connor, Harvey
1930s?-1983, n.d.

Box 14: folder 8
O'Connor, Kathleen
1950s-60s, n.d.

Box 14: folder 9
O'Connor, Stephen
1940s-60s, n.d.

Box 14: folder 10
Beshears, Georgia Lloyd Berndt and family
1940s

Box 14: folder 11
Lloyd family



Family groups (includes Lola Maverick Lloyd, William Bross Lloyd, Sr., and their children; and Jessie Bross Lloyd with Henry Demarest Lloyd as a child)
1904-55, n.d.

Box 14: folder 12
Photograph album (includes Ford Peace Ship Expedition, 1915)
circa 1915-18

Box 14: folder 13
Lloyd, Lola Maverick
circa 1916-43, n.d.

Box 15: folder 1
Lloyd, Mary Maverick
n.d.

Box 15: folder 2
Lloyd, William Bross, Sr.
n.d.

Box 15: folder 3
Lloyd, William Bross, Jr. and Mary Norris Lloyd and family
1916-71, n.d.

Box 15: folder 4
Maverick/Green families
1850s-1910s, n.d.

Box 15: folder 5
Friends and associates



A-R (includes Emily Balch, Pat Cush, Hays Jones, Earl Robinson)


Box 15: folder 6
S-W (includes Rosika Schwimmer, Sula Serafini, Ching-ling Soong, Caroline Bedell Thomas, and Edith Wynner)


Box 15: folder 7
Individuals and groups, unidentified
1910s-79, n.d.

Box 15: folder 8
Sites, scenes, and subjects



Homes and Volya (yacht)
1916-44, n.d.

Box 15: folder 9
[New Zealandpossibly for a book?]
1899,

Box 15: folder 10
[European trip?] (includes photo album)
1926

Box 16: folder 1
Note:
Soviet Union
circa 1926-27

Box 16: folder 2
Trip to Cuba, Jamaica, and Yucatan (also includes a few family photos)photo album
1931:

Box 16: folder 3
Miner's and steel companies strike, Pittsburgh
1933

Box 16: folder 4
Note:
Marion, North Carolina mill-workers
1930s

Box 16: folder 5
Note:
Miscellaneous
1916-72, n.d.

Box 6
SERIES II. CORRESPONDENCE
(1875-1988)


Family



Berndt, Anne and Arthur (nephew)
1947-86, n.d.

Box 17: folder 1
Berndt, Lola (niece)
1952-71

Box 17: folder 2
Beshears, Georgia Lloyd Berndt (sister) (includes first husband Paul Berndt and second husband Bob Beshears)



1918-52

Box 17: folder 3-8
1953-69

Box 18: folder 1-7
1970-88, n.d.

Box 19: folder 1-5
Cribbs, Karen
1976-86

Box 19: folder 6
Dillon, Rowena McNeel
1960?, 1963

Box 19: folder 7
Drummey, Lloyd (Del)
1980

Box 19: folder 8
Fenstermaker, Bebe
1957-88, n.d.

Box 19: folder 9
Fenstermaker, Martha
1963-86

Box 19: folder 10
Fenstermaker, Mary Rowena (Sissy)
1963-88, n.d.

Box 19: folder 11
Fox, Jessie O'Connor (Harvey's sister) and Wayne



1931-49

Box 19: folder 12-13
1950-71, n.d.

Box 20: folder 1-4
Goodrich, Clare
1960, n.d.

Box 20: folder 5
Goodrich, Constance
1962-65, n.d.

Box 20: folder 6
Goodrich, David
1973

Box 20: folder 7
Goodrich, Edith Maverick and Lloyd
1952-84

Box 20: folder 8
Goodrich, Madeleine Lloyd (great aunt)
1940-58

Box 20: folder 9
Gordon, Noel McNeel
1954-66, n.d.

Box 20: folder 10
Gower, Martha Maverick Weise (cousin?)
1954-88

Box 20: folder 11
Green, George "Brother" (cousin)[4 f]
1921-77, n.d.

Box 21: folder 1-4
Note:
Green, Mary V. (cousin)[2 f]
1910-86, n.d.

Box 21: folder 5-6
Green, Rena Maverick (aunt)[2 f]
1910-88, n.d.

Box 21: folder 7-8
Green, Rowena Fenstermaker
1918-88, n.d.

Box 22: folder 2
Green, Theodore Francis
1950-59

Box 22: folder 3
Greene, Alice Lloyd (cousin)
1952-88

Box 22: folder 4-5
Greene, David Lloyd and Janet
1968-82

Box 22: folder 6
Greene, Donald
1970-76

Box 22: folder 7
Hackett, Frances Goodrich
1966-74

Box 22: folder 8
Harrington, Linda Lloyd
circa 1968-71

Box 22: folder 9
Horwitz, Donald and Lola Lloyd (niece)
1947-87, n.d.

Box 22: folder 10
Keller, Jane McNeel
1960-86, n.d.

Box 22: folder 11
Kelley, Augusta Maverick (aunt) and Nicholas



1910-49

Box 22: folder 12
1950-84, n.d.

Box 23: folder 1-2
Kelley, Augustus and Nancy
1948-59

Box 23: folder 3
Kelley, Debby
1981-86

Box 23: folder 4
Kelley, Eva
1963-88, n.d.

Box 23: folder 5
Kelley, Florence M.
1962-84

Box 23: folder 6
Kelley, John Bertram and Hazel
1944-70

Box 23: folder 7
Kelley, Nick and Maggie
n.d.

Box 23: folder 8
Lane, Mary McNeel
1975-85

Box 23: folder 9
Lee, Nicole Berndt
1975, n.d.

Box 23: folder 10
Lloyd, Andrea Mathews
1957-61

Box 23: folder 11
Lloyd, Caroline (aunt)
1944-64, n.d.

Box 23: folder 12
Lloyd, Christopher and Jane
1950-85, n.d.

Box 23: folder 13
Lloyd, David Demarest and Charlotte
1941-67

Box 23: folder 14
Lloyd, Demarest (Uncle Demi)
1928-36

Box 23: folder 15
Lloyd, Dorothy
1920, 1953?

Box 23: folder 16
Lloyd, Hal and Elizabeth
1924-25, 1949, n.d.

Box 23: folder 17
Lloyd, Henry Demarest, Jr.
1922, 1955, n.d.

Box 23: folder 18
Lloyd, Isabelle and Carrington
1966-69

Box 23: folder 19
Lloyd, Jessie Bross (grandmother)
1888-1904

Box 23: folder 20
Lloyd, John Bird, Sr.(half-brother), and Paulette
1921-86, n.d.

Box 23: folder 21-22
Lloyd, John Bross (uncle)
1924-59, n.d.

Box 24: folder 1
Lloyd, Katharine (aunt)
1944-78, n.d.

Box 24: folder 2
Lloyd, Lola Maverick (mother)



1903-25

Box 24: folder 3-8
1926-45

Box 25: folder 1-8
n.d.

Box 26: folder 1
Lloyd, Madge Bird (step-mother)
circa 1920-71, n.d.

Box 26: folder 2-4
Lloyd, Mary Maverick (sister)



1916-44

Box 26: folder 5-7
1945-59

Box 27: folder 1-6
1960-76, n.d.

Box 28: folder 1-4
Lloyd, Philip
1968-85

Box 28: folder 5
Lloyd, Robin (niece)
1949-89, n.d.

Box 28: folder 6
Lloyd, William Bross, Sr. (father)



1904-21

Box 28: folder 7-8
1922-32

Box 29: folder 1-6
1933-41

Box 30: folder 1-
1942-46, n.d.

Box 31: folder 1-6
Lloyd, William, Jr. (brother) and Mary Norris



1918-59

Box 32: folder 1-8
1960-88, n.d.

Box 33: folder 1-6
Lloyd, William III and Miriam
1944-64

Box 33: folder 7
Lloyd family (miscellaneous)
1959-74, n.d.

Box 33: folder 8
Maverick, Andrew (cousin?) and Emily
1947-88, n.d.

Box 33: folder 9
Maverick, Dorothy
1945

Box 33: folder 10
Maverick, Fontaine
1975

Box 34: folder 1
Maverick, Frank
1983-85

Box 34: folder 2
Maverick, George (uncle?) and Ruth
1949-70

Box 34: folder 3
Maverick, Jim and Hazel
1937-83

Box 34: folder 4
Maverick, Lewis (uncle) and Pirie
1916-49

Box 34: folder 5-6
Maverick, Lucy (aunt)
1929-70

Box 34: folder 7
Maverick, Mary Vance (grandmother)
1906-25

Box 34: folder 8
Maverick, Maury (cousin)
1932-38

Box 34: folder 9
Maverick, Maury, Jr.
1967-88

Box 34: folder 10
Maverick, Mitsou
1968-88

Box 34: folder 11
Maverick family (miscellaneous)
1906-85

Box 34: folder 12
McCue, Ida (Aunt Bunny)
1918-68, n.d.

Box 34: folder 13-14
McNeel, Paul and Jess (cousin?)
1930-87, n.d.

Box 35: folder 1
Migdal-Lloyd, Lenore
1986-88

Box 35: folder 2
O'Connor, Adrienne (granddaughter)
1983-89, n.d.

Box 35: folder 3
O'Connor, Christiana (granddaughter)
1969-88, n.d.

Box 35: folder 4
O'Connor, Daniel (grandson)
1981-82

Box 35: folder 5
O'Connor, Harvey
1917-81, n.d.

Box 35: folder 6-12
O'Connor, Kathleen (daughter)
1944-59

Box 36: folder 1-3
O'Connor, Stephen, (son) Sherry Lukens Mazer (first wife), and Lucy (second wife)
circa 1943-79, n.d.

Box 36: folder 4-6
O'Connor children (both)
1950-58

Box 36: folder 7
Perkins, Anne
1962-88

Box 36: folder 8
Perkins, Connie
1956-70

Box 36: folder 9
Perkins, Jim
1987-88

Box 37: folder 1
Perkins (miscellaneous)
1969, n.d.

Box 37: folder 2
Peterson, Amy Lloyd
1967-68

Box 37: folder 3
Ride, Gladys Evans (Harvey's cousin) and Tom
1942-71, n.d.

Box 37: folder 4
Strobell, Caroline Lloyd (Aunt Caro)
circa 1918-40, n.d.

Box 37: folder 5
Taddei, M.L.
1978

Box 37: folder 6
Taylor, Harris (aunt)
1948-65

Box 37: folder 7
Weise, Anne (Maverick?) and Marty
1950-88, n.d.

Box 37: folder 8
Whittington, Anne
1921, n.d.

Box 37: folder 9
Unidentified or multiple family
1932-87, n.d.

Box 37: folder 10
Third party (family to and from friends and associates)



Beshears, Georgia Lloyd Berndt



1923-49

Box 37: folder 11-13
1950-88, n.d.

Box 38: folder 1-2
Fox, Jessie
1965-66

Box 38: folder 3
Lloyd, Henry Demarest
1875, 1895, 1902

Box 38: folder 4
Lloyd, Lola Maverick
1915-44

Box 38: folder 5
Lloyd, Mary Maverick



1917-33

Box 38: folder 6-9
1934-74, n.d.

Box 39: folder 1-7
Lloyd, William Bross, Sr.
circa 1904-45, n.d.

Box 39: folder 8-9
Lloyd, William Bross, Jr.
1937-84, n.d.

Box 40: folder 1
Maverick, Lucy?
1911-66

Box 40: folder 2
Maverick, Rena
1942-45, n.d.

Box 40: folder 3
O'Connor, Harvey
1929-83

Box 40: folder 4
O'Connor, Kathleen
1949-85, n.d.

Box 40: folder 5
O'Connor, Stephen
1950-87, n.d.

Box 40: folder 6
Miscellaneous (Lloyd-McGarraugh)
1938-68, n.d.

Box 40: folder 7
Friends and associates



Addams, Jane
1930, 1932

Box 40: folder 8
Adler, Erni


Box 40
Note:
Akin, Bette and Morris
1959-85

Box 40: folder 9
Alcala, Mary Mosquera
1960-62

Box 40: folder 10
Aldrich, Amey
1930, 1953-63

Box 40: folder 11
Allan, Seema and Bill
1938-88, n.d.

Box 40: folder 12
Allen, Ben
1952

Box 40: folder 13
Allen, Jay and Ruth
1951-52, 1985, 1986, n.d.

Box 40: folder 14
Ameringer, Freda
1941-77

Box 40: folder 15
Anderson, Cornelia
1946-83, n.d.

Box 40: folder 16
Anderson, Jennie


Box 40
Note:
Appleton, Clyde
1961-88, n.d.

Box 41: folder 1
Arnold, Maria


Box 41
Note:
Aronson, Jim
1956-82, n.d.

Box 41: folder 2
Ault, Harry, Kay (Minnie), and Mickey
1944-74

Box 41: folder 3
A
1925-88, n.d.

Box 41: folder 4
Balassa, Alice and Leslie
1959-86, n.d.

Box 41: folder 5
Balch, Emily Greene
1945-58

Box 41: folder 6
Baldwin, Charles
circa 1934-circa 1937, n.d.

Box 41: folder 7
Ball, Lee and Maria
1946-82, n.d.

Box 41: folder 8
Note:
Barnard, Harry
1949-52

Box 41: folder 9
Bauman, Jeffrey
1960-79

Box 41: folder 10
Bazell, Bertha
1948-56, n.d.

Box 41: folder 11
Beaumont, George
1954-64

Box 41: folder 12
Beier, Helen
1977-80

Box 41: folder 13
Belfrage, Cedric and Mary
circa 1959-76

Box 41: folder 14
Benedict, Nancy
1961-66

Box 41: folder 15
Berger, Minnie and Philip
1959-61

Box 41: folder 16
Bernhardt, Mathias
1975-76

Box 41: folder 17
Bernstein, Larry and Patty
1953-88, n.d.

Box 41: folder 18
Bird, Frances
1922, 1957-68

Box 41: folder 19
[Bird?], Margaret ("Peg")
circa 1918, 1920

Box 41: folder 20
Blanc, Elsie
1930

Box 41: folder 21
Blanchard, Monette
1966-69, n.d.

Box 41: folder 22
Blankenhorn, Ann and George
1949-65, n.d.

Box 41: folder 23
Bloor, Ella Reeve
1935-47, n.d.

Box 41: folder 24
Note:
Blossom, Frederick and Bertie Lee
1966-77, n.d.

Box 41: folder 25
Blum, Richard and Ernestine
1944-84

Box 41: folder 26
Boe, Jean Wheeler
1952-77, n.d.

Box 41: folder 27
Bohanon, Eunice Blake
1946-85

Box 41: folder 28
Boner, Carol Stevens
1965-67

Box 41: folder 29
Booth, Minnie
1944-74

Box 41: folder 30
Borodin, Michael
1938, 1945

Box 41: folder 31
Boschan, Paul
1939-50, n.d.

Box 41: folder 32
Note:
Boudin, Jean and Leonard (includes a few letters from Kathy Boudin)
1954-86, n.d.

Box 42: folder 1
Bowen, Louise de Koven
1941, 1962

Box 42: folder 2
Boyden, Polly
1942-54

Box 42: folder 3
Braden, Anne and Carl
1956-88, n.d.

Box 42: folder 4-5
Note:
Braden, Beth
1976-88, n.d.

Box 42: folder 6
Braden, Jim and Mandy
1956-86, n.d.

Box 42: folder 7
Bradley, Anne Parmelee and Phil
1945-88, n.d.

Box 42: folder 8
Briggs, Lucy Barnard
1948-87

Box 42: folder 9
Briner, Mary Ramsay
1940-66

Box 42: folder 10
Brown, Carol
1954-83

Box 42: folder 11
Brown, Hilary and Harrison
1938-80, n.d.

Box 42: folder 12
Brown, Stattie May and Bo
1946-86, n.d.

Box 42: folder 13
Buckler, Helen (Bobby)
1942-83, n.d.

Box 43: folder 1
Buehrer, Bernardine and Edwin
1944-61, n.d.

Box 43: folder 2
Buhle, Paul
1979-88, n.d.

Box 43: folder 3
Burgess, Helen and Andy
1956-87, n.d.

Box 43: folder 4
Burgess, Ruth
1954-84, n.d.

Box 43: folder 5
Busiek, Dorothy D.
1964-76

Box 43: folder 6
Byloff, Dorothy
1957-69

Box 43: folder 7
B
1929-87, n.d.

Box 43: folder 8
Cajkova, Helena
1966-77

Box 43: folder 9
Campbell, Connie
1977-88, n.d.

Box 43: folder 10
Campbell, Kenneth N.
1956-64

Box 43: folder 11
Campbell, Mary
1973-78, n.d.

Box 43: folder 12
Cann, Margaret
1954, 1972-79, n.d.

Box 43: folder 13
Carner, Lucy Perkins
1956-83, n.d.

Box 43: folder 14
Note:
Carter, Dick
1948-88, n.d.

Box 43: folder 15
Carter, Helen
1922-24, 1948-80s, n.d.

Box 43: folder 16
Carter, Margaret, Jack, Lawrence, and Nancy
1948-88, n.d.

Box 43: folder 17
Cesare, Ann
1948-[71?], n.d.

Box 43: folder 18
Chapman, Dwight
1921-27, n.d.

Box 44: folder 1-2
Chappell, Winnie
1943-44

Box 44: folder 3
Claiborne, Bob
1948-66

Box 44: folder 4
Clark, Janice and Kempton (Shethar Real Estate and Insurance)
1961-78, n.d.

Box 44: folder 5
Clark, Ruth M.
1967, 1976

Box 44: folder 6
Cloud, Lucy Anne and Robert Moore
1962, 1973

Box 44: folder 7
Cobb, Georgia, William, and Anne
1949-63

Box 44: folder 8
Cohen, Ruth and Sid
1946-52

Box 44: folder 9
Corkran, Rusty and David
1967, n.d.

Box 44: folder 10
Cowart, Bobby and George
1956-86, n.d.

Box 44: folder 11
Craig, Maxine
1947-56

Box 44: folder 12
Crane, Sylvia
1964-86, n.d.

Box 44: folder 13
Crawford, Ahleen and Randall
1945-57, n.d.

Box 44: folder 14
Crearer, James


Box 44
Note:
Criley, Dick
1961-85, n.d.

Box 44: folder 15
Crowley, Barbara and Robert
1961-76, n.d.

Box 44: folder 16
Cruden, Janet and Robert
1947-88, n.d.

Box 44: folder 17
Curtis, Sybil
1964-71

Box 44: folder 18
Cush, Emmett Pat
1938-55

Box 44: folder 19
C
1913-83, n.d.

Box 44: folder 20
Davidson, Evelyn and Ray
1956-88, n.d.

Box 45: folder 1
Davidson, Marion S.


Box 45
Note:
Davis, Barbara
1944, 1981-82, n.d.

Box 45: folder 2
Davis, Marian, Horace, and Mina
1929-88, n.d.

Box 45: folder 3
Note:
Davis, Natalie Zemon and Chandler
1957-88

Box 45: folder 4
Note:
Davis, Quentin and Herbert
1961, n.d.

Box 45: folder 5
Day, Bonnie and Leon
1958-83, n.d.

Box 45: folder 6
Deemer, Albert and Estelle
1943?-49

Box 45: folder 7
Dellinger, David


Box 45
Note:
Dellitch, Helen
1936-37

Box 45: folder 8
De Maio, Ernest and Mary
1948-88, n.d.

Box 45: folder 9
Derr, Mary Sebring
1954-66

Box 45: folder 10
Note:
Destler, Chester and Katharine
1937-69

Box 45: folder 11
De Vries, Lini
1957-79, n.d.

Box 45: folder 12
Dewey, John and Roberta
1949

Box 45
Note:
De Wolfe, Genie
1946-1949

Box 45: folder 13
Dezla, Sophia


Box 45
Note:
Dieckmann, Annetta
1943-66

Box 45: folder 14
Note:
Dizard, Debbie
1960-82

Box 45: folder 15
Djordje, Smiljanic
1951-52

Box 45: folder 16
Dombrowski, James A.
1975-81

Box 45: folder 17
Douglas, Scott
1977-88, n.d.

Box 45: folder 18
Note:
Dreikurs, Sadie
1942-87, n.d.

Box 45: folder 19
Drew, George and Myra
[1945?-85?], n.d.

Box 45: folder 20
Drndic, Ljubo


Box 45
Note:
Dubbs, Jean
1924-25, n.d.

Box 45: folder 21
Durr, Virginia Foster
1962-86, n.d.

Box 45: folder 22
Dushkin, Dorothy Smith, David, and Lelah
1927-85

Box 45: folder 23
Note:
Dyett, Jim and Pat
1937-50, n.d.

Box 46: folder 1
D
1920-88, n.d.

Box 46: folder 2
Edwards, Emily
1945-79, n.d.

Box 46: folder 3
Edwards, Richard
1978, n.d.

Box 46: folder 4
Elber, Irwin and Sara
1940-84, n.d.

Box 46: folder 5
Elliot, Dan and Grace
1931-32

Box 46: folder 6
Ellis, Franklin and Marcella
1946-78, n.d.

Box 46: folder 7
Ellison, Theda
1919-60, n.d.

Box 46: folder 8
Emerson, Josephine
1964-67

Box 46: folder 9
Ewer, W.N.


Box 46
Note:
E
1919-87, n.d.

Box 46: folder 10
Falkoff, Fontaine
[1954?]-83

Box 46: folder 11
Falkowski, Ed
1963-83

Box 46: folder 12
Farmer, Fyke
1950-57, n.d.

Box 46: folder 13
Farmer, Renee and Jack
1963-79

Box 46: folder 14
Feijo, Isabel and Manuel
1957-76, n.d.

Box 46: folder 15
Fenner, Frances
1956-88

Box 46: folder 16
Ferry, Elinor
1953-85

Box 46: folder 17
Note:
Fichter, Evelyn and William L. (Chick)
1951-84, n.d.

Box 46: folder 18
Note:
Fichter, Margallen and Donn
1962-85

Box 46: folder 19
Figueiredo, Eulalia


Box 46
Note:
Flamm, Irving H.
1950-60

Box 46: folder 20
Florance, Eleanor
1924-68, n.d.

Box 46: folder 21
Flynn, Elizabeth Gurley
1954-59

Box 47: folder 1
Foreman, Clark and Mairi
1953-76

Box 47: folder 2
Note:
Forsythe, James and Anne
1934-47, n.d.

Box 47: folder 3
Foth, Annette E.


Box 47
Note:
Fowler, Eleanor
1966-83

Box 47: folder 4
Note:
Frampton, Anna
1948-65, n.d.

Box 47: folder 5
France, Clemens (includes enclosed letter from Eulalia Figueiredo Papaandreu)
1952-56, n.d.

Box 47: folder 6
Note:
Friedman, Dorothy
1952-86

Box 47: folder 7
Note:
Fuchs, Rose
1939-86

Box 47: folder 8
Fussell, Paul(includes enclosed 1916 letter from Benjamin Karr and articles re: Ford Peace Expedition)
1961, 1963

Box 47: folder 9
Note:
F
circa 1922-77, n.d.

Box 47: folder 10
Gage-Colby, Ruth
1947-77, n.d.

Box 47: folder 11
Garrigue, Jean
1953-69

Box 47: folder 12
Gehlke, Helen
1940-67, n.d.

Box 47: folder 13
Geick, Sue Jones
1953-86

Box 47: folder 14
Glassgold, Cook, and Sophia Dezla
1966-87

Box 47: folder 15
Goldberg, Ruth


Box 47
Note:
Gonzales, Jorge E.
1957, n.d.

Box 47: folder 16
Goode, Ruth
1984?-87, n.d.

Box 47: folder 17
Graves, Anna Melissa
1951-63, n.d.

Box 47: folder 18-19
Gray, Annie E. Oakman (includes enclosure, 1935 postcard from Eliot White)
1947-54

Box 47: folder 20
Greenfield, Margaret
[1937?]-82

Box 47: folder 21
Grierson, Margaret Storrs
1945-88, n.d.

Box 47: folder 22
Note:
Griffith, Margaret Davenport (Davie) and Ernest
1923-85 , n.d.

Box 48: folder 1
Gruen, Sonia Strauss and Kurt
1937-75

Box 48: folder 2
Gruliow, Leo
1982, 1988

Box 48: folder 3
Guernsey, Adrienne and Tom
1969-74, n.d.

Box 48: folder 4
Guernsey, Elsa, George, John, and Judy
1939-87, n.d.

Box 48: folder 5
Gustafson, Elton and Sarah


Box 48
Note:
G
1923-84, n.d.

Box 48: folder 6
Haag, Sofia
1927-69, n.d.

Box 48: folder 7-8
Haakman, Louise
1964?-74

Box 49: folder 1
Haas, Eugen
n.d.

Box 49: folder 2
Haase, Rudy (Martin R.)
1957-88, n.d.

Box 49: folder 3
Hackett, Frances and Albert
1967-87, n.d.

Box 49: folder 4
Haessler, Carl and Lucy
1930-88

Box 49: folder 5
Note:
Haffenreffer, Carl W. and Carolyn
1950-72

Box 49: folder 6
Hahn, Nancy and Mannel
1954-61, n.d.

Box 49: folder 7
Hamann, Mary Foss
1976-84, n.d.

Box 49: folder 8
Hamilton, Helen P.
1919-41, n.d.

Box 49: folder 9
Hanscom, William and Opal
1952, 1977-80

Box 49: folder 10
Hansen, Harry
1944

Box 49: folder 11
Hansome, Beulah Ione and Marius
1956-64

Box 49: folder 12
Haraszti, Zoltan
1923-25, 1958, n.d.

Box 49: folder 13
Harper, Allan G., Kathleen, and Ernest
1932, 1943, 1959

Box 49: folder 14
Harrison, Persis J.(includes enclosure, letter from Lola Maverick (Lloyd) to Harrison, Oct or Nov 1892)
1945-52

Box 49: folder 15
Hart, Oliver B.
1920-21

Box 49: folder 16
Hart, Pearl
1953, 1958, 1970

Box 49: folder 17
Harvey, Iris and Phyllis
1946-80, n.d.

Box 49: folder 18
Hastings, Marguerita
1953-56

Box 49: folder 19
Havens, Louise
1959-78, n.d.

Box 49: folder 20
Hays, Lee(photograph of Lee Hays and Mary Seeger enclosed)
1940-55, n.d.

Box 49: folder 21
Note:
Hayward, Beatrice
1949-51, n.d.

Box 49: folder 22
Helms, Judy
1956-60

Box 49: folder 23
Hennacy, Ammon
1962-69

Box 49: folder 24
Herbst, Josephine
1943?-68, n.d.

Box 49: folder 25
Herford, Beatrice
1948-50

Box 50: folder 1
Herring, Frances
1963-88

Box 50: folder 2
Higbee, Alice
1954-66, n.d.

Box 50: folder 3
Hilton, Josephine M.
1957, 1959, 1974-86, n.d.

Box 50: folder 4
Horton, Myles


Box 50
Note:
Houghton, Sarah Meyerson and Harold
1971-89, n.d.

Box 50: folder 5
Howells, Kay, Jack, and Anne
1955-84

Box 50: folder 6
Huberman, Leo
1941-66

Box 50: folder 7
Hunt, Carolyn
1981-87, n.d.

Box 50: folder 8
Huntoon, Tookey and Ann
1952-circa 1961

Box 50: folder 9
Hutchins, Grace
1931-65, n.d.

Box 50: folder 10
H
1823-88, n.d.

Box 50: folder 11
Ickes, Betty and Bobby
1953-65, n.d.

Box 50: folder 12
Imbrie, Nell
1968-69

Box 50: folder 13
Inglis, Agnes


Box 50
Note:
Ives, Ellen, Steve, and Woody
1964-86, n.d.

Box 50: folder 14
Jasinski, Eugene and Perihan
1970-89

Box 50: folder 15
Johansen, Agnes M.
1949, 1959, 1969, 1972

Box 50: folder 16
Note:
Johnson, Frank and Doris
1942-79, n.d.

Box 50: folder 17
Johnson, Roberta and Lewis
1958-71

Box 50: folder 18
Johnstone, Mary McAvoy


Box 50
Note:
Jonas, Renee Lovas
1960-72

Box 50: folder 19
Jones, Ellis O. and Ellis O, Jr.
1929-67

Box 50: folder 20
Jones, Hays and Rosamond
1929, 1940-84, n.d.

Box 50: folder 21
Jones, Sue and Sheila


Box 50
Note:
Josephson, Hannah and Matty
1953-77

Box 50: folder 22
J
1921-87, n.d.

Box 50: folder 23
Karolyi, Catherine
1958-59

Box 50: folder 24
Kasdon, Nora Sauer
1945-77

Box 50: folder 25
Kaufman, Enit
1947-55, n.d.

Box 51: folder 1
Keck, George Fred
1943-56, n.d.

Box 51: folder 2
Kelly, Frances
1963-66

Box 51: folder 3
Kiehel, Connie and Fay
1948-55, n.d.

Box 51: folder 4
Knoch, Leland and Anne
1932-43, n.d.

Box 51: folder 5
Knutsen, Ruth
1943, 1949, n.d.

Box 51: folder 6
Koger, Grace, Harry, and children
1950-83

Box 51: folder 7
Komorowski, Conrad and Naomi
1939-70, n.d.

Box 51: folder 8
Kowal, Gertrude
1979-85, n.d.

Box 51: folder 9
Kuch, Dick
1948-52, n.d.

Box 51: folder 10
Kunvari, Lilla and Bella
1968-82

Box 51: folder 11
Kuykendall, Mabel
1947-68

Box 51: folder 12
Kyle, Ruth Johnson
1955-81, n.d.

Box 51: folder 13
K
1922-88, n.d.

Box 51: folder 14
Lamont, Corliss and Helen
1931-86, n.d.

Box 51: folder 15
Lane, Myrtle
1963

Box 51: folder 16
Langer, Elinor
1959, 1976-88

Box 51: folder 17
Laning, Claire
1940-62, n.d.

Box 51: folder 18
Note:
Larkin, Katherine
1982-88

Box 51: folder 19
Larkin, Margaret


Box 51
Note:
Lazareff, Maria
1954-63

Box 51: folder 20
Lazarus, Frieda Langer
1944-68

Box 51: folder 21
Lee, Bonnie and J.A.
1960, 1976-85, n.d.

Box 51: folder 22
Leicester, Agnes
1976-80, n.d.

Box 51: folder 23
Leleu, Michel
1954-70

Box 51: folder 24
Lens, Sidney and Shirley
1967-79?

Box 51: folder 25
Leslie, Kenneth
1947-61

Box 51: folder 26
Liggett, Tom and Sue


Box 51
Note:
Lipschitz, Deanne
1957-61

Box 51: folder 27
Liveright, Herman and Betty
1969-88, n.d.

Box 51: folder 28
Note:
Loeb, Dorothy
1945-71, n.d.

Box 51: folder 29
Loeb, Gertrude
1945-79, n.d.

Box 51: folder 30
Lomonosoff, Raissa
1949-60

Box 51: folder 31
Lord, Frances Curran
1957-88, n.d.

Box 51: folder 32
Lubka, Lewis and Nancy
1963-76

Box 51: folder 33
Luscomb, Florence
1953-76, n.d.

Box 52: folder 1
Lynd, Helen, Robert, and Staughton
1965-74, n.d.

Box 52: folder 2
Lytle, Elisabeth and Bill
1964-87

Box 52: folder 3
Lyttle, Bradford
1962-88

Box 52: folder 4
L
1918-84, n.d.

Box 52: folder 5
MacDougall, Curtis
1953-82, n.d.

Box 52: folder 6
MacEwan, Alan and Mary
1960-88

Box 52: folder 7
MacMahon, Edna
1947-48, n.d.

Box 52: folder 8
MacMartin, Helen
1952-58

Box 52: folder 9
Mahoney, Clara and Gerald
1938-64, n.d.

Box 52: folder 10
Maillart, Ella
1951-88, n.d.

Box 52: folder 11
Majors, Alma and Lou
1962-81

Box 52: folder 12
Maltz, Albert, Margaret Larkin (first wife?), and Rosemary (second wife?)
1941-79, n.d.

Box 52: folder 13
Manchester, Evelyn
1956-60

Box 52: folder 14
Mangione, Jerre and Patricia
1968-87

Box 52: folder 15
Marberry, Virginia Gardner
1946, 1970

Box 52: folder 16
Marjan, Korsic
1951-60

Box 52: folder 17
Marsh, Benjamin C.


Box 52
Note:
Marshall, Atlantis
1940-58, n.d.

Box 52: folder 18
Marshall, Dorothy
1966-79, n.d.

Box 53: folder 1
Marshall, George
1941-52, n.d.

Box 53: folder 2
Marshall, Scott
1976-77

Box 53: folder 3
Mason, Mary Bacon and Beulah MacKay
1944-52, n.d.

Box 53: folder 4
Matthews, Doug
1981-88, n.d.

Box 53: folder 5
Note:
May, Sybil
1965-78

Box 53: folder 6
McAvoy, Muriel and Clifford, and Mary McAvoy Johnstone (includes snapshots of Jessie and Harvey, circa 1955)
1954-61, 1981, n.d.

Box 53: folder 7
McConnell, Genevieve Knapp
1944-54, n.d.

Box 53: folder 8
McCormick, Anne O'Hare


Box 53
Note:
McCulloch, Catherine Waugh
1938-44

Box 53: folder 9
McKibben, R. Norman
1936, 1943

Box 53: folder 10
Note:
McLean, Frannie
1920-21

Box 53: folder 11
Meiklejohn, Alexander and Helen
1962-65

Box 53: folder 12
Mercer, Bobby and Lyle
1961-88

Box 53: folder 13
Merlin, Evelyn Platt
1936-51

Box 53: folder 14
Merman, Elfriede
1962-65

Box 53: folder 15
Meserole, Darwin J., and Clinton, Jr. (nephew)
1939-52, n.d.

Box 53: folder 16-17
Meyerson, Seymour and Lotte
1943-79, n.d.

Box 53: folder 18
Milgram, Morris
1978-88, n.d.

Box 53: folder 19
Miller, Helen Rand
1945-77

Box 53: folder 20
Miller, Mary
[1955?]-62

Box 53: folder 21
Miller, Zelma
1946-62, n.d.

Box 54: folder 1
Mills, Doris
1949-86

Box 54: folder 2
Note:
Mohr, Esther and George
1946-59

Box 54: folder 3
Molinaro, Frances(includes letter from her niece, Lillian Mahoney, 1987)
1979-82

Box 54: folder 4
Moore, Lillian
1969-80

Box 54: folder 5
Moore, J. Hayden, Sr.
1948-52

Box 54: folder 6
Moos, Elizabeth
1949-50

Box 54: folder 7
Mulloy, Joe and Karen
1960-67

Box 54: folder 8
Muste, A.J.


Box 54
Note:
Mygatt, Tracy D.
1947-73

Box 54: folder 9
M
1918-84, n.d.

Box 54: folder 10
Nathan, Otto
1970-84

Box 54: folder 11
Nearing, Scott and Helen
1946-67

Box 54: folder 12
Neil, Rebecca
1946-53

Box 54: folder 13
Note:
Nobel, Jim and Ruth
1944-67

Box 54: folder 14
Nold, Andrea
1966-67

Box 54: folder 15
N
1925-71, n.d.

Box 54: folder 16
O'Flaherty, Frances
1938-75, n.d.

Box 54: folder 17
Note:
Olson, Harry and Marion
1980-87, n.d.

Box 54: folder 18
O'R-----, Warren
1946-47

Box 54: folder 19
Oster, Bernard and Daphne
circa 1970, 1972, n.d.

Box 54: folder 20
Otter, Paula
1920-21

Box 54: folder 21
Otto, Irma
1951-75, n.d.

Box 54: folder 22
Otto, Sarah
1958

Box 54: folder 23
O
1920s?-77

Box 54: folder 24
Palmer, Frank L.
1931-36, n.d.

Box 55: folder 1
Palthe-Braese, Mien
1930-58, n.d.

Box 55: folder 2
Papaandreu, Eulalia Figueiredo
1951-86, n.d.

Box 55: folder 3
Note:
Pappenheim, Yvonne
1971-88, n.d.

Box 55: folder 4
Papworth, John
1958-88

Box 55: folder 5
Parent, Polly and Gaile
n.d.

Box 55: folder 6
Park, Alice
1930-56

Box 55: folder 7
Parker, Virginia
1947-78, n.d.

Box 55: folder 8
Parkhurst, Minnie, and May Wysong
1963-72

Box 55: folder 9
Parks, Ruth and Amy
1951-56

Box 55: folder 10
Parmelee, Foster
1963?-1981

Box 55: folder 11
Parmelee, Maurice
1950-66

Box 55: folder 12
Paull, Lucia
1949-57, n.d.

Box 55: folder 13
Paz, Frank and Sarah
1946-60

Box 55: folder 14
Peck, Doris
1968-[72]

Box 55: folder 15
Peck, Sidney, Louise, and Sylvia
circa 1971-82, n.d.

Box 55: folder 16
Peters, Olga Winstead
1938-88

Box 55: folder 17
Phelps, Faye
1952-80

Box 55: folder 18
Phillips, Cecile
1928-80, n.d.

Box 55: folder 19
Phillips
Jan, 1977-83, n.d.

Box 55: folder 20
Phillips, Mary
1959-63

Box 55: folder 21
Phillips, Terrill and Becky
1962-71

Box 55: folder 22
Piel, Eleanor and Gerard
1962-78

Box 55: folder 23
Platt, Evelyn


Box 55
Note:
Pollard, Jennie O. [re: her sister, Louise Olivereau]
1965

Box 55: folder 24
Note:
Pope, Sally and Clifford
1959-81, n.d.

Box 55: folder 25
Porter, Katherine Anne
1937-54

Box 55: folder 26
Price, Bill
1945-71

Box 55: folder 27
Prugh, Kitty and Tee
1918-20

Box 56: folder 1
P
1923-88, n.d.

Box 56: folder 2
Q
1955-62

Box 56: folder 3
Rackliffe, Jack and Mary
1952-66, n.d.

Box 56: folder 4
Ransom, Thelma
1948-61

Box 56: folder 5
[Redding], Helen [W.?]
1923-24, n.d.

Box 56: folder 6
Reeve, Carl and Ann
1971-81, n.d.

Box 56: folder 7
Reynolds, Malvina and Bud
1952, 1962-77, n.d.

Box 56: folder 8
Richt, Adrian and Hazel Reeve
1925-30

Box 56: folder 9
Riggs, Ione
1976-81

Box 56: folder 10
Robinson, Earl and Helen
1941-82

Box 56: folder 11
Note:
Robinson, Geneva
1955-57, n.d.

Box 56: folder 12
Robinson, Hazel
1965-81

Box 56: folder 14
Rochester, Anna
1932-49

Box 56: folder 14
Rodzinska, Ilsa
1967-77

Box 56: folder 15
Rogers, Lalla Rookh
1931-73, n.d.

Box 56: folder 16
Rogers, Robert Bruce
1949-74, n.d.

Box 56: folder 17
Rohm, Florence
1935-88, n.d.

Box 57: folder 1-4
Rose, Rose
1951-58, 1976

Box 57: folder 5
Rossman, Harold
1945-53, 1986

Box 57: folder 6
Rubel, Dorothy L.


Box 57
Note:
Russell, Irene "Sasa"
1920-58

Box 57: folder 7
Russell, Margaret and Ralph
1952-87, n.d.

Box 57: folder 8
Russell, Maud
1947-88, n.d.

Box 58: folder 1
Note:
R
1921-83, n.d.

Box 58: folder 2
Sakamoto, Mae
1943-58, n.d.

Box 58: folder 3
Salt, Mary and Waldo
1956-76, n.d.

Box 58: folder 4
Sanasen, George and Lous
1956-76, n.d.

Box 58: folder 5
Sanford, Helen and Marvin
1962-73

Box 58: folder 6
Sanger, Margaret
1934-55

Box 58: folder 7
Savary, Jacques and Sabine
1952-85, n.d.

Box 58: folder 8
Sawyer, Eunice
1954-82, n.d.

Box 58: folder 9
Saxton, Gertrude and Sandy
1960-66

Box 58: folder 10
Saxton, Mary "Mamie"
1934-[44?]

Box 58: folder 11
Schauffler, Leslie (Speel) and [Keenie?]
1950-70

Box 58: folder 12
Schindler, Pauline
1954-74, n.d.

Box 58: folder 13
Schlimmer, Doris
1920-21

Box 58: folder 14
Schoedler, Lillian
1929?-1951, n.d.

Box 58: folder 15
Schonbrun, Sheila Jones
1952-84, n.d.

Box 58: folder 16
Schroeder, Arthur and Norma
1942-82, n.d.

Box 58: folder 17
Schulkind, Adelaide


Box 58
Note:
Schwimmer, Franciska (includes Edith Wynner)
1945-63, n.d.

Box 58: folder 18-20
Note:
Schwimmer, Rosika
1925-48, n.d.

Box 59: folder 1
Seeger, Pete and Toshi

[see also Oversized Material]

1942-88, n.d.

Box 59: folder 2
Seeman, Elizabeth and Ernest
1941-87, n.d.

Box 59: folder 3
Seibel, Jule
1931-87, n.d.

Box 59: folder 4
Note:
Serafini, Sula Wing and Enzo



1936-49

Box 59: folder 5-6
1950-80, n.d.

Box 60: folder 1-3
Shaughnessy, Rae Booth
1919-22, n.d.

Box 60: folder 4
Shaw, Ethel
1937-38

Box 60: folder 5
Shaw, George Bernard
1946

Box 60: folder 6
Shaw, Herbert
1937-39, 1950

Box 60: folder 7
Shelley, Rebecca
1956-69, n.d.

Box 60: folder 8
Note:
Shelton, Henry and Carol
1979-88, n.d.

Box 60: folder 9
Note:
Sherer, Jo
1963?-1974

Box 60: folder 10
Shields, Art and Esther (includes two letters to Hays Jones)
circa 1930-1967, n.d.

Box 60: folder 11
Shipley, Miriam deFord
1962-73

Box 60: folder 12
Shubert, Katherine
1974-78

Box 60: folder 13
Shufro, Ethel and Mike
1952, 1964-83, n.d.

Box 60: folder 14
Simmons, Christina
1976-85, n.d.

Box 61: folder 1
Note:
Skau, Evelyn C.
1966-68

Box 61: folder 2
Smiljanic (Smilovic), George
1951-53

Box 61: folder 3
Smith, Gertrude P.
circa 1947-84, n.d.

Box 61: folder 4
Snow, Alice Rowe
1949-55

Box 61: folder 5
Soong, Ching-ling
1928-80, n.d.

Box 61: folder 6
Southworth, Evelina and Constant
1963-74

Box 61: folder 7
Spiegel, Sidney
1919-20, n.d.

Box 61: folder 8
Starbuck, Judy and Ward
1953-86, n.d.

Box 61: folder 9
Stavis, Esther and Morton
1958-77, n.d.

Box 61: folder 10
Stedman, Irene
1945-55

Box 61: folder 11
Steinberger, Charlotte
1955-[63?], n.d.

Box 61: folder 12
Steinhardt, Jacinto and Hazel
1931-85

Box 61: folder 13
Steinmetz, Harry and Doris
1958-83

Box 61: folder 14
Stevenson, Janet and Philip
1951, 1953, 1965-79, n.d.

Box 61: folder 15
Stevenson, Maryan
1949-78

Box 61: folder 16
St. John, Jim and Nancy
1942-57

Box 61: folder 17
Stiles, W.K.
1930-31

Box 61: folder 18
Stokes, Helen Hamilton
1948-88, n.d.

Box 61: folder 19
Stone, I.F.


Box 61
Note:
Strasmich, Dotty and Irving
1958-63

Box 61: folder 20
Straus, Nancy
1940, 1963-83, n.d.

Box 61: folder 21
Straus, Albert, Betsy, and Francis
1957, 1965?, 1977

Box 61: folder 22
Strauss, Sonia


Box 61
Note:
Strawn, Betty Rogers(includes letters from Baird and J.G. Rogers)
1920-69

Box 61: folder 23
Strong, Anna Louise
1931-34, 1948-66, n.d.

Box 61: folder 24
Note:
Studnicka, Anne
1942, 1958-67

Box 62: folder 1
Sumners, Polly Houghton
1951-52, 1980, n.d.

Box 62: folder 2
Sun Yat-sen, Madame


Box 62
Note:
Sward, Keith and Ruth
1936-88, n.d.

Box 62: folder 3
Sweezy, Nancy
1958-59, n.d.

Box 62: folder 4
Syjatz, Lydia
1972, 1975

Box 62: folder 5
S
1929-88, n.d.

Box 62: folder 6
Taylor, John
1950-55

Box 62: folder 7
Teller, Julia and Sidney
1942-65, n.d.

Box 62: folder 8
Thalinger, Ciel, Ernest, and Jean
1942-88, n.d.

Box 62: folder 9
Thomas, Caroline Bedell
1922-88, n.d.

Box 62: folder 10-12
Thomas, Elizabeth and Peggy
1950-83, n.d.

Box 63: folder 1
Thomas, Gwen
1951-53

Box 63: folder 2
Thurston, Connie
1951-56, 1973, [1981?]

Box 63: folder 3
Timpson, Anne Burlak
1963-78, n.d.

Box 63: folder 4
Todd, Alden and Jean
[1951?]-1988, n.d.

Box 63: folder 5
Tolstoy, Alexandra and Olga
1927-31, 1978?

Box 63: folder 6
Tramell, Mildred
1947-48

Box 63: folder 7
Trebes, Rose
1920-24, [1944]-63

Box 63: folder 8
Twadell, Helen Johnson
1949-85, n.d.

Box 63: folder 9
T
1932-87, n.d.

Box 63: folder 10
Underwood, Sherry
1965-70

Box 63: folder 11
Uphaus, Ola and Willard
1952-78

Box 63: folder 12
Note:
U
1955-66, n.d.

Box 63: folder 13
Van Fliess, Norah
1968-82, n.d.

Box 63: folder 14
Van Orden, Katharine
circa 1953-55

Box 63: folder 15
Van Voris, Jacqueline


Box 63
Note:
Veenis, Y.[evebaud?]
1940-68

Box 63: folder 16
Vild, Bruce
1979-88

Box 63: folder 17
Vincent, Jenny and Craig
1949-89, n.d.

Box 63: folder 18
Vorse, Mary Heaton
1937-circa 1963, n.d.

Box 63: folder 19
V
1936-88, n.d.

Box 63: folder 20
Warburg, Wilma Shannon
1937-85, n.d.

Box 63: folder 21
Warner, Nan
1940-43, n.d.

Box 63: folder 22
Warren, Bill
1985-88

Box 64: folder 1
Warren, Kay
[1923?]-24, [1950?], 1969-87, n.d.

Box 64: folder 2
Warrior, Audrey
1956-57

Box 64: folder 3
Watson, Rowdy
1948-60, n.d.

Box 64: folder 4
Watt, Carl and Elizabeth
1961-84

Box 64: folder 5
Weisberg, Rose
1950-55, 1979

Box 64: folder 6
Weld, Wallace
1970

Box 64: folder 7
Wertheim, Viola
circa 1940s-1959, n.d.

Box 64: folder 8
West, Ann
1981-82

Box 64: folder 9
West, Don
1949-87, n.d.

Box 64: folder 10
Note:
West, Dorothy Bucklin
1967-88, n.d.

Box 64: folder 11
Wetter, Gladys and Pierce
1932, 1951-57

Box 64: folder 12
White, Ruth and William
1947-58, 1975, 1978, n.d.

Box 64: folder 13
Whyte, Harry
1934

Box 64: folder 14
Wilkinson, Jean, Frank, and Donna
1957-88

Box 64: folder 15
Note:
Willcox, Anita Parkhurst and Henry
1958-78

Box 64: folder 16
Williams, Claude and Joyce
1942-78, n.d.

Box 64: folder 17-18
Note:
Williams, Constance
1940-88, n.d.

Box 64: folder 19
Williams, Lucita, Rhys, and Eleanor
circa 1930s-81, n.d.

Box 64: folder 20
Wilson, Peggy Windes and Herb
1920-88, n.d.

Box 65: folder 1-3
Windes, Guilford R.
1955-82, n.d.

Box 65: folder 4
Winn, David
1960-[87?], n.d.

Box 65: folder 5
Winsor, Mary
1942-48

Box 65: folder 6
Winstead, Olga


Box 65: folder 7
Note:
Winstead, Ralph and Zena
1935-59, n.d.

Box 65: folder 8
Winterburne, Florence, Hull
1937-43, n.d.

Box 65: folder 9
Note:
Wislocki, Florence (Fliss)
1956, 1973-79, n.d.

Box 65: folder 10
Withington, Dorothea
1966, 1983-87, n.d.

Box 65: folder 11
Withington, Margaret (Chips), Paul, and Lucy
1946-80, n.d.

Box 65: folder 12
Wohl, Harry and Esther
1945-82, n.d.

Box 65: folder 13
Woodhouse, Betts
1955-76

Box 65: folder 14
Woodward, Marshall M.
1953-54, 1979, 1987, n.d.

Box 65: folder 15
Wordell, Marie and Herbert
1978-86, n.d.

Box 65: folder 16
Wortley, Eloise and Kay
1921-25

Box 65: folder 17
Wright, Dave
1962-85

Box 65: folder 18
Wright, Katharine Beecher ("Beechie")
1943-64, n.d.

Box 65: folder 19
Wright, Lucy
1955?-69

Box 66: folder 1
Wynner, Edith



Note:
1930-61

Box 66: folder 2-8
1962-87, n.d.

Box 67: folder 1-6
Wysong, May


Box 67
Note:
W
1927-88, n.d.

Box 68: folder 1
Yeomans, Andy and Betty
1947-66, n.d.

Box 68: folder 2
Yeomans, Julia
1943-60, n.d.

Box 68: folder 3
Yohalem, Mary
1970-83, n.d.

Box 68: folder 4
Young, Art
1929, 1937-40

Box 68: folder 5
Zipf, Herbert Lloyd and Collette Anderson
1919-25, 1948-62, n.d.

Box 68: folder 6
Y-Z
1935-83, n.d.

Box 68: folder 7
Unidentified



1910-39

Box 68: folder 8-14
1940-79

Box 69: folder 1-21
1980-88, n.d.

Box 70: folder 1-9
Drafts of love letters/notes
1940-41, n.d.

Box 70: folder 10
O'Connor's annual/Christmas letters
1945-88

Box 70: folder 11
Third party (friends and associates to others)


Box 70: folder 12
General/business



Miscellaneous



1910-35

Box 70: folder 13-15
1936-53

Box 71: folder 1-10
1954-71

Box 72: folder 1-18
1972-88, n.d.

Box 73: folder 1-12
Architects and contractors
1947-51, n.d.

Box 73: folder 13
Archives and libraries



Archives of Labor and Urban Affairs, Wayne State University (Harvey O'Connor Papers)
1968-88

Box 73: folder 14
Labadie Collection, University of Michigan (Agnes Inglis)
1940-42

Box 73: folder 15
New York Public Library (Lloyd family papers)
circa 1943-84, n.d.

Box 73: folder 16
Note:
Sophia Smith Collection (Jessie Lloyd O'Connor Papers)
1978-86, n.d.

Box 74: folder 1
Note:
State Historical Society of Wisconsin (Henry Demarest Lloyd Papers)
1949-83, n.d.

Box 74: folder 2
University of Washington Libraries
1962-72

Box 74: folder 3
Miscellaneous
1942-86, n.d.

Box 74: folder 4
Charity for individuals



Anderson, Jennie
1949-63, n.d.

Box 74: folder 5
Vacarelli, Alta
1947, n.d.

Box 74: folder 6
Winterburne, Florence
1940-43

Box 74: folder 7
Note:
Children



Adoption, miscellaneous
1937-45

Box 74: folder 8
Chicago Foundlings Home (re: Kathleen O'Connor)
1945-53

Box 74: folder 9
Child Placing and Adoption Committee, State Charities Aid Association (New York City)
1939-42

Box 74: folder 10
Bernard, Dr. Viola[restricted]
1939-63

Box 75: folder 1
Physicians, dentists, etc.



Feigen, Simeon (re: Kathleen O'Connor)[restricted]
1963-69

Box 75: folder 2
Miscellaneous[restricted]
1948-68, n.d.

Box 75: folder 3
Schools and camps



Boston University (Stephen O'Connor)
1959, 1967

Box 75: folder 4
Cambridge School of Weston (re: Kathleen O'Connor)
1953-59, n.d.

Box 75: folder 5
Friends Academy (North Dartmouth, MA)
1949-57, n.d.

Box 75: folder 6
Kinhaven
1954-83, n.d.

Box 75: folder 7
Note:
Lincoln Farm Work Camp
1955-57

Box 75: folder 8
Oakwood School
1956-57, n.d.

Box 75: folder 9
Timberline, An Interracial Camp for Boys and Girls
1955, n.d.

Box 75: folder 10
Windsor Mountain School (Lenox, MA)
1954-70, n.d.

Box 75: folder 11
Miscellaneous
1948-58, n.d.

Box 75: folder 12
Miscellaneous
1945-69

Box 75: folder 13
Globus Trading Corporation
1949-62

Box 76: folder 1
Health, nutrition, physicians, etc.
1932-88, n.d.

Box 76: folder 2
Hired help
1932-72, n.d.

Box 76: folder 3
James T. White and Co., Publishers
1945-47

Box 76: folder 4
Public



Note:
1930-54

Box 76: folder 5-9
1955-84

Box 77: folder 1-6
1985-88, n.d.

Box 78: folder 1
Red Gold Groves (Harry and Marjorie Riddle)
1945-69

Box 78: folder 2
Soviet Embassy and New York Consulate
1938-45

Box 78: folder 3
Transcriptions of selected correspondence with family and friends



1903-24

Box 78: folder 4-7
1925-32

Box 79: folder 1-8
1933-40

Box 80: folder 1-9
1941-44

Box 81: folder 1-10
1945-49, n.d.

Box 82: folder 1-8
SERIES III. WRITINGS
(1889-1989)


Diaries and appointment calendars



Note:
1916, 1917

Box 83: folder 1
1919, 1921, 1923

Box 83: folder 2
1925-27

Box 83: folder 3
1928-29, 1938?, 1942

Box 83: folder 4
1944-45

Box 83: folder 5
1947, 1949

Box 84: folder 1
1952-56, 1958

Box 84: folder 2
1960-62

Box 84: folder 3
1963, 1966

Box 84: folder 4
1971, 1976-79, 1981

Box 85: folder 1
Fragments


Box 85: folder 2
Notebooks
1920s-60s, n.d.

Box 85: folder 3-5
Correspondence



Miscellaneous
1929-88

Box 85: folder 6
Re: Lexikon der Frau
circa 1956

Box 85: folder 7
Articles and essays



Alphabetical by title



"Civil Liberties: the American Way"
n.d.

Box 85: folder 8
"Don't Look Now, But Have You Noticed How Crazy the World Is Getting?"
1964

Box 85: folder 9
"Eternal Vigilance the Price of Liberty"
1945

Box 85: folder 10
"Food and Health"
n.d.

Box 85: folder 11
"Freeze and Thaw"
n.d.

Box 85: folder 12
"Genesis of the Smith Act"
n.d.

Box 85: folder 13
"Give 'em Air"
circa 1938

Box 85: folder 14
"A Housewife Looks at International Affairs," circa 1961: correspondence and drafts
1961, n.d.

Box 85: folder 15
"The Hungary That Was When Hungary Was Liberal: A Tale of Four Cities"
n.d.

Box 85: folder 16
"Intolerable, Gentleman!/A Manufacturer's Nightmare"
n.d.

Box 85: folder 17
"Iran: Big Oil and the Hostages"
1981

Box 86: folder 1
"Is Ireland 'Settled'? Interview with Eamon de Valera" correspondence, drafts, notes, and research material
1926:

Box 86: folder 2
"Kurt/Fritz Becomes a Furore" correspondence and drafts
circa 1939:

Box 86: folder 3
"A Monkey Looks at Economics"
n.d.

Box 86: folder 4
"Mushrooms"
n.d.

Box 86: folder 5
"Neighborhood Chairman" correspondence and draft
1939:

Box 86: folder 6
"Nothing to Fear but Fear"
n.d.

Box 86: folder 7
"On the Unreasonableness of Woman"
1940-42

Box 86: folder 8
"One Woman's Rebellion" correspondence and drafts
circa 1945:

Box 86: folder 9
"Our Teeth: What's the Matter with Them?," 1936: correspondence, drafts, and research material
1936-43

Box 86: folder 10
"Patriotism: False and True"
1951-54

Box 86: folder 11
"Patriotism (Thoughts By One Who Has Had Friends on the Right and on the Left)"
1951

Box 86: folder 12
"Pax Americana"
1965

Box 86: folder 13
"A Personal Appeal in a Crisis" correspondence, drafts, and notes re: conscription
1940:

Box 86: folder 14
"Personal Tragedy/Chapter 28"
circa 1958

Box 86: folder 15
"Preparedness or National Defense? We Can't Have Both"
n.d.

Box 86: folder 16
"Prerequisite"
n.d.

Box 86: folder 17
Revolution in Seattle by Harvey O'Connor (1964), chapter on Louise Olivereau by Jessie Lloyd O'Connor: correspondence, drafts, notes, and research material
1961-63

Box 86: folder 18
Note:
"Simplified Spelling?"
n.d.

Box 86: folder 19
"So This Is America?," People's Presspublished article and drafts
16 Jan 1937:

Box 86: folder 20
"Statement of Membership in Organizations and Activities"
n.d.

Box 86: folder 21
"Statement to the Democratic National Committee Men of Rhode Island"
June 30, 1960

Box 86: folder 22
"The Story of the Peace Ship," 27 Dec 1965; "What Did the Peace Ship Accomplish in 1916?," 28 Dec 1965, Providence Journal: published articles, drafts, correspondence re: Peace Ship, notes and research materials (includes reminiscences from Jessie, Mary Maverick Lloyd, and William Bross Lloyd, Jr., n.d.), 1949-67


Box 86: folder 23
Note:
"Thoughts by Jessie Lloyd O'Connor"
n.d.

Box 86: folder 24
"Three Feet of Earth or Now and Then?"
1960s

Box 86: folder 25
Tragedy of Russia by Will Durant, book review
n.d.

Box 86: folder 26
"Two Americans Look at Russia, The Nation(book review of Dreiser Looks at Russia by Theodore Dreiser and The Hammer and the Scythe by Anne O'Hare McCormick): published review and correspondence
13 Mar 1929

Box 86: folder 27
What Next? A Bad Word, a Good Deal, Freedom, too (self-published pamphlet on socialism), 1977: pamphlet, drafts, notes, and correspondence
1975-80

Box 86: folder 28
"What's Practical? Acceptable? War?," World Peace Newspublished article and drafts
Apr 1978:

Box 87: folder 1
"Who's the Villain-Human Nature or National Sovereignty," World Federation-Now
Dec 1945

Box 87: folder 2
"Why the Soviets Want to Get to the Moon: And Why Uncle Sam Can't Let Them!"
1962

Box 87: folder 3
Alphabetical by subject



Autobiographical
1952, 1970, 1978, n.d.

Box 87: folder 4
CIO Councilor article re: San Francisco conference, fragments
n.d.

Box 87: folder 5
Climax Molybdenum Mine, Climax, CO: correspondence, notes, and research materials
circa 1936

Box 87: folder 6
Communism
n.d.

Box 87: folder 7
Cuba: article re: attacks on Cuban womennotes and drafts
circa 1931:

Box 87: folder 8
Friends and family: notes, poems, plays, and eulogies
1950-86, n.d.

Box 87: folder 9
Haymarket, Chicago
n.d.

Box 87: folder 10
Humor
1929, 1938, n.d.

Box 87: folder 11
Interviews by JLO
1953, 1973, n.d.

Box 87: folder 12
Labor: radio script (dialogue with "Mr. Zeldow")
1937

Box 87: folder 13
Letters to the editor, published
1935-84, n.d.

Box 87: folder 14
Note:
Lloyd, Henry Demarest: notes and fragments
n.d.

Box 87: folder 15
McCarthy, Joseph: drafts and notes (includes statements re: revocation of JLO's passport and a fragment re: Harvey O'Connor's speaking tour)
1954-57, n.d.

Box 87: folder 16
Miscellaneous typescripts and fragments
1947-84?, n.d.

Box 87: folder 17
Music and dance: drafts and published versions, correspondence, and contract



1934-82, n.d.

Box 87: folder 18-19
Audiotape of JLO singing "Why'n'cha"


Box 88: folder 1
Sailor songs
n.d.

Box 88: folder 2
Poetry
1925-87, n.d.

Box 88: folder 3
Polish workers, Chicago: drafts, correspondence, research materials, and notes
1939

Box 88: folder 4-5
Recipes
1920-73, n.d.

Box 88: folder 6
Robinson, Earl
1944, 1961, n.d.

Box 88: folder 7
Note:
Rosenberg, Julius and Ethel
1953

Box 88: folder 8
Note:
Russia



Book (A Flapper Goes to Russia/The Truth about Polly in Russia)



Correspondence re: manuscripts
1929, 1931

Box 88: folder 9
Drafts
circa 1928-29


A Flapper Goes to Russia



Copy 1


Box 88: folder 10-15
Copy 2


Box 89: folder 1-5
The Truth about Polly in Russia, 2 copies


Box 89: folder 6-11
Draft fragments
circa 1928-29

Box 90: folder 1
Correspondence



General and Moscow Daily News
1928-38

Box 90: folder 2
Re: Russian Digest
1945, n.d.

Box 90: folder 3
Diary and travel notes
1927-28

Box 90: folder 4-6
JLO reading diary (3 audiotapes)
1927-28

Box 90: folder 7
Freelance articles: published versions, drafts, and fragments
1927-35, n.d.

Box 90: folder 8-9
"Russian Dispatches Taken from New York Times" (by JLO and others)
July-Sept., 1928

Box 91: folder 1
Notebooks
n.d.

Box 91: folder 2
Notes
1927-28, n.d.

Box 91: folder 3-5
Printed (research?) material (mostly in Russian)


Box 91: folder 6
Note:
Financial and legal material (in Russian)
1927-38, n.d.

Box 91: folder 7
Spain
1936, n.d.

Box 91: folder 8
Surveys
1938, n.d.

Box 91: folder 9
Travel



General: notes, diaries, printed material, and typescripts about Argentina, Bolivia, Mexico, Jamaica, and Appalachia
1931, 1950, 1958-70, n.d.

Box 92: folder 1
Notes and printed material



Cuba
n.d.

Box 92: folder 2
Egypt
n.d.

Box 92: folder 3
Mexico
n.d.

Box 92: folder 4
Yugoslavia
1951, 1957

Box 92: folder 5-6
Unidentified authors (some possibly by JLO)


Box 92: folder 7
United Nations petition
n.d.

Box 92: folder 8
Vietnam: drafts of articles, notes, and self-published brochure "The War in Vietnam Why?" (n.d.)
1965-77, n.d.

Box 92: folder 9
Volya (yacht): drafts of articles, self-published pamphlet, diary, and correspondence
1954-57, n.d.

Box 92: folder 10
Wallace, Henry, campaign: writings and speeches
circa 1948

Box 92: folder 11
Note:
War profiteers: typescript fragments
n.d.

Box 92: folder 12
Welfare, Pennsylvania: interview and notes
circa 1932

Box 92: folder 13
World constitutional convention: flyer, press release, and notes
circa 1945

Box 92: folder 14
Speeches



Correspondence and texts
1936-57, n.d.

Box 92: folder 15
Notes
n.d.

Box 92: folder 16
London Daily Herald



Correspondence
1926-27, n.d.

Box 93: folder 1
Correspondence and writings in French
1926-27

Box 93: folder 2
Articles: drafts
1926-27

Box 93: folder 3
Clippings (by JLO and others)
1927

Box 93: folder 4
League of Nations conference, Geneva: conference materials, clippings, and notes
1927

Box 93: folder 5-7
Miscellaneous printed material
1926-27, n.d.

Box 93: folder 8
Federated Press



Note:
General



Clippings, press releases, and drafts
1930-45, n.d.

Box 93: folder 9
Correspondence
1928-56, 1987-88, n.d.

Box 93: folder 10
Gastonia, NC,
1929-30


By JLO: articles, press releases, pamphlet (Gastonia, a Graphic Chapter In Southern Organization (1930)), drafts, and printed material
1929-30, n.d.

Box 93: folder 11
Articles by others (includes Margaret Larkin of FP)
1929, n.d.

Box 93: folder 12
North and South Carolina, including Marion Manufacturing strike
circa 1929


Note:
Press releases


Box 93: folder 13
Clippings


Box 93: folder 14
Southern prisons: correspondence, articles, clippings, and research material
1928-30

Box 94: folder 1
Soviet flight to U.S.: Article ("15,000 View Soviet Flight Finish," Labor News, 9 Nov 1929), drafts, and research material
1929, n.d.

Box 94: folder 2
Harlan, KY miners' strike



Biographical material: articles about JLO
1931-32, n.d.

Box 94: folder 3
Note:
Correspondence



Threatening letter
[1931]

Box 94: folder 3a
Jessie and Harvey O'Connor
1931-32, n.d.

Box 94: folder 4
Fundraising appeal and drafts
circa 1932

Box 94: folder 5
Writings



Articles, press releases, and drafts
1931-32, n.d.

Box 94: folder 6
Notes (includes interview notes)
n.d.

Box 94: folder 7-9
Press releases by other FP reporters
1931-32, n.d.

Box 94: folder 10
Research files,
1931-32, n.d.


General


Box 94: folder 11-12
Harlan opinion, union and anti-union


Box 94: folder 13
Murder trials and free speech fight


Box 94: folder 14
Tennessee NMU organizing campaign


Box 94: folder 15
Writers Committee beating


Box 94: folder 16
"Speech" [?]


Box 94: folder 17
Trials-William Hightower


Box 94: folder 18
Strike


Box 94: folder 19
Freedom of the press


Box 95: folder 1
William Burnett and William Jones


Box 95: folder 2
Governor's report


Box 95: folder 3
Economic conditions


Box 95: folder 4
Miners' trials


Box 95: folder 5
Theodore Dreiser's visit and indictment


Box 95: folder 6
Printed material and memorabilia
circa 1931-32

Box 95: folder 7
Pennsylvania,
1931-35


Pittsburgh



Note:
Press releases and drafts
1931-35, n.d.

Box 95: folder 8
Newspaper clippings
circa 1934

Box 95: folder 9
Research material
1931, 1933, n.d.

Box 95: folder 10
Notes
n.d.

Box 95: folder 11
Mine strikes



Articles, press releases, drafts, and interview notes
1931[?]-34, n.d.

Box 95: folder 12
Correspondence, notes (including interviews), and research material
1931-34, n.d.

Box 95: folder 13
Newspaper clippings (includes article about JLO)
1933-34

Box 95: folder 14
William Penn and Fort Pitt Hotel strike: correspondence, notes, writings, printed material
1933-34

Box 95: folder 15
Harvester strike, Chicago: press release, statement and printed material
1941, n.d.

Box 95: folder 16
Memorabilia: press passes, printed material about FP, lists (including abbreviations used on clippings)
1939-56, n.d.

Box 95: folder 17
Memoirs



Contumacious Couple: Memoirs of Harvey and Jessie O'Connor (typescript),
1985


Drafts


Box 95: folder 18-19
Drafts


Box 96: folder 1-6
Drafts


Box 97: folder 1
Final text


Box 97: folder 2-9
Research notes
1978, n.d.

Box 98: folder 1
Readers' evaluations


Box 98: folder 2
Harvey and Jessie: A Couple of Radicals by Harvey and Jessie Lloyd O'Connor, and Susan Bowler (Temple University Press: Philadelphia),
1988


Correspondence
1983-89, n.d.

Box 98: folder 3
Drafts


Box 98: folder 4-9
Drafts


Box 99: folder 1-7
Final copy


Box 99: folder 8-9
Corrected final copy


Box 100: folder 1-5
Galley proofs (forward and preface only)


Box 100: folder 6
Reviews
1988-89

Box 100: folder 7
Miscellaneous printed material and notes


Box 100: folder 8
Computer disks


Box 100: folder 9
Miscellaneous notes and research material



1920s

Box 101: folder 1
"Very personal notes and musical themes from 1928-29 & speech notes from Commencement 1930 (June 15) day before wedding"


Box 101: folder 2
1930s

Box 101: folder 3
1940s

Box 101: folder 4
1950s

Box 101: folder 5-9
1960-67

Box 101: folder 10-11
1968-69

Box 102: folder 1
1970s

Box 102: folder 2
Undated


Box 102: folder 3-10
Undated


Box 103: folder 1-2
Antifascism
n.d.

Box 103: folder 3
Boncour, Paul ("For Paul Boncour")
n.d.

Box 103: folder 4
Chicago steel strike riot
1937

Box 103: folder 5
Civil liberties
1938, n.d.

Box 103: folder 6
German-Americans
1939, n.d.

Box 103: folder 7
Historical quotes


Box 103: folder 8
Housing



General
circa 1940, n.d.

Box 103: folder 9
Chicago housing film
circa 1940

Box 103: folder 10
Ideas for writings
1942, 1946, 1972, n.d.

Box 103: folder 11
Religious organizations
n.d.

Box 103: folder 12
Seattle and the Northwest
n.d.

Box 103: folder 13
Steel industry, Pittsburgh
circa 1930s

Box 103: folder 14
War tax resistance
1972, n.d.

Box 103: folder 15
Welfare
n.d.

Box 103: folder 16
Winnetka (includes Edison takeover of Winnetka power plant)
n.d.

Box 103: folder 17
World government
n.d.

Box 103: folder 18
By other family



Green, Rena Maverick
1932-36, n.d.

Box 104: folder 1
Lloyd, Georgia
1945, 1952, n.d.

Box 104: folder 2
Note:
Lloyd, Henry Demarest
1894, 1902-03, 1948, 1952

Box 104: folder 3
Lloyd, Henry Demarest, Jr.
circa 1889

Box 104: folder 4
Lloyd, John Bird
1943, n.d.

Box 104: folder 5
Lloyd, Lola Maverick
1910-42, n.d.

Box 104: folder 6
Lloyd, Mary
1924, 1932, 1962-63, n.d.

Box 104: folder 7
Lloyd, William, Sr.
1935, 1942-43, n.d.

Box 104: folder 8
Lloyd, William, Jr.



General
1934-86, n.d.

Box 104: folder 9
Toward Freedom: A Newsletter on Colonial Affairs (editor)
1956-84

Box 104: folder 10
Maverick, Lewis
1955, 1970, n.d.

Box 104: folder 11
Maverick, Maury, Sr.
1935-54, n.d.

Box 104: folder 12
Maverick, Maury, Jr.
1966-88, n.d.

Box 104: folder 13
O'Connor, Harvey
1927-80, n.d.

Box 104: folder 14
O'Connor, Steven
1960, 1972, n.d.

Box 104: folder 15
Strobell, Caro Lloyd
1939, n.d.

Box 104: folder 16
Miscellaneous family


Box 104: folder 17
SERIES IV. ORGANIZATION FILES
(1918-1988)


Abraham Lincoln School



Correspondence
1943-46

Box 105: folder 1
Printed material
circa 1942-45

Box 105: folder 2
Action for World Federation
1946, n.d.

Box 105: folder 3
Affiliated School for Workers (later known as American Labor Education Service)
1937-62, n.d.

Box 105: folder 4
Africa Defense and Aid Fund
1960, 1970, n.d.

Box 105: folder 5
Altgeld Centenary Committee of Illinois
1947

Box 105: folder 6
Amalgamated Clothing and Textile Workers Union
1947-51, n.d.

Box 105: folder 7
Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of North America
1972, n.d.

Box 105: folder 8
American Association of University Women



Correspondence and notes
1937-52, n.d.

Box 105: folder 9
Printed material
1947-50

Box 105: folder 10
American Bureau for Medical Aid to China
1940-51

Box 105: folder 11
American Civil Liberties Union



Correspondence
1931-87, n.d.

Box 105: folder 12
Illinois affiliate
1956-69

Box 105: folder 13
Rhode Island affiliate
1960-68, n.d.

Box 105: folder 14
Wisconsin affiliate
1973-74, n.d.

Box 105: folder 15
Miscellaneous affiliates
1931, 1968, 1977, n.d.

Box 105: folder 16
Printed material
1924-68, n.d.

Box 105: folder 17
Lists
1933, n.d.

Box 105: folder 18
American Committee for Industrial Cooperatives
1982

Box 105: folder 19
American Committee for Protection of the Foreign Born



Correspondence
1953-57

Box 106: folder 1
Printed material
1939-66, n.d.

Box 106: folder 2-3
American Committee on Africa
1955-72, n.d.

Box 106: folder 4
American Congress for Peace and Democracy
1939

Box 106: folder 5
American Council for a Democratic Greece
1947-48, n.d.

Box 106: folder 6
American Federation of Labor
1942, 1954, n.d.

Box 106: folder 7
American Forum for Socialist Education
1957

Box 106: folder 8
American Freedom of Residence Fund
1961-63, n.d.

Box 106: folder 9
American Friends Service Committee



Correspondence
1944-88, n.d.

Box 106: folder 10
Chicago Regional Office
1942-72, n.d.

Box 106: folder 11
New England Regional Office
1951-72, n.d.

Box 106: folder 12
Rhode Island Area Office
1973-88, n.d.

Box 106: folder 13
Texas Office
1946, n.d.

Box 106: folder 14
Printed material
1951-72, n.d.

Box 107: folder 1
American/Rhode Island Humanist Association
1941-72, n.d.

Box 107: folder 2
American League against War and Fascism



Note:
Correspondence
1934-38, n.d.

Box 107: folder 3
Clippings
1934-37

Box 107: folder 4
Meeting materials



General
1934-37

Box 107: folder 5
Western Pennsylvania Conference against War and Fascism
Nov 1935

Box 107: folder 6
Notes and writings
1935-36, n.d.

Box 107: folder 7
Printed material
1920s-37, n.d.

Box 107: folder 8
Resolutions and statements
1935-37, n.d.

Box 107: folder 9
American League for Peace and Democracy
1937-44, n.d.

Box 107: folder 10
American Peace Mobilization
1940-41, n.d.

Box 107: folder 11
American Protestant Defense League
1950-51

Box 108: folder 1
American Security Council
1971

Box 108: folder 2
American Socialist
1955-57, n.d.

Box 108: folder 3
American Society to Defend Children
1966-67

Box 108: folder 4
American Unitarian Association/Unitarian Church
1943-64, n.d.

Box 108: folder 5
American Veterans Committee
1948, n.d.

Box 108: folder 6
American Youth Congress
1938-40, n.d.

Box 108: folder 7
Americans for Democratic Action
1949-72, n.d.

Box 108: folder 8
Amnesty International
1961-84, n.d.

Box 108: folder 9
Another Mother for Peace
1967-72, n.d.

Box 108: folder 10
Appalachian Committee for Full Employment
1964-65

Box 108: folder 11
Appalachian South Folklife Center
1968-81, n.d.

Box 108: folder 12
L'assembleé Constituante des Peuples
1959-60

Box 108: folder 13
Association for Research and Enlightenment
1937-45, n.d.

Box 108: folder 14
Note:
Association for Union Democracy
1973-84

Box 108: folder 15
Association on American Indian Affairs
1962-73, n.d.

Box 108: folder 16
Audubon Society of Rhode Island
1953-73, n.d.

Box 108: folder 17
A
1918-88, n.d.

Box 109: folder 1
Bahai
1950-55

Box 109: folder 2
Boston Clamshell
circa 1970s

Box 109: folder 3
British Peace Committee
1964-66, n.d.

Box 109: folder 4
B
1940-70

Box 109: folder 5
Cambridge Institute
n.d.

Box 109: folder 6
Campaign for a World Constitution/World Committee for a World Constitutional Convention
1952-68, n.d.

Box 109: folder 7
Campaign for Disarmament
1960, n.d.

Box 109: folder 8
Campaign for World Government, Inc.



Note:
Correspondence
1940-75, n.d.

Box 109: folder 9
Printed material
1938-86, n.d.

Box 109: folder 10
CARE
1949-62, n.d.

Box 109: folder 11
Center for Constitutional Rights
1973-88

Box 109: folder 12
Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions
1960-66

Box 110: folder 1
Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors



Correspondence
1953-85, n.d.

Box 110: folder 2
"News Notes"
1957-74, n.d.

Box 110: folder 3
Chicago Civil Liberties Committee



Correspondence
1938-1944

Box 110: folder 4
Printed material
1937-42, n.d.

Box 110: folder 5
Chicago Committee of Russian War Relief
1942-44, n.d.

Box 110: folder 6
Chicago Committee to Defend the Bill of Rights
1962-69, n.d.

Box 110: folder 7
Chicago Committee to Oppose Peacetime Conscription
1945-48, n.d.

Box 110: folder 8
Chicago Council Against Racial and Religious Discrimination
1947-51, n.d.

Box 110: folder 9
Chicago Council of American/Soviet Friendship
1944-57, n.d.

Box 110: folder 10
Chicago Urban League
1944-45, n.d.

Box 110: folder 11
China Welfare Appeal
1951-54, n.d.

Box 110: folder 12
Church of Christ
1932-49

Box 110: folder 13
Churchman Associates
1952-58

Box 110: folder 14
Citizens Committee for Constitutional Liberties
1960s, n.d.

Box 110: folder 15
Citizens Committee for Harry Bridges
1941-42, n.d.

Box 110: folder 16
Note:
Citizens Committee for Price Control
1944

Box 110: folder 17
Citizens Committee on Displaced Persons
1947-49, n.d.

Box 110: folder 18
Citizens Committee on Industrial Relations
1939-40

Box 110: folder 19
Citizens Committee to Preserve American Freedoms
1955-62, n.d.

Box 110: folder 20
Citizens Concerned for Peace
1951

Box 110: folder 21
Citizens Emergency Committee on Industrial Relations
1938

Box 110: folder 22
Citizens Emergency Defense Conference
1952-54, n.d.

Box 110: folder 23
Citizens Exchange Corps
1966

Box 110: folder 24
Citizens Party of Rhode Island
1982-83, n.d.

Box 110: folder 25
Citizens Planning and Housing Association of Baltimore
1948-50

Box 110: folder 26
Citizens Schools Committee
1938, n.d.

Box 111: folder 1
Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts
1949-51

Box 111: folder 2
Civil Rights Congress
1946-55, n.d.

Box 111: folder 3
Claude Williams Support Committee



Note:
Correspondence
1954-77

Box 111: folder 4
Printed material
1955-77, n.d.

Box 111: folder 5
Clergy and Laymen Concerned about Vietnam/Clergy and Laity Concerned
1967-82, n.d.

Box 111: folder 6
Comite de Servicio de los Amigos
1962-79

Box 111: folder 7
Committee for a Democratic Far East Policy/Far East Report/Maud Russell


Box 111
Note:
Mailings, flyers
1945-64, n.d.

Box 111: folder 8
Newsletters and other publications
1945-51, n.d.

Box 111: folder 9
Committee for Independent Political Action/Rhode Island Center for Political Action
1966, n.d.

Box 111: folder 10
Committee for Non-Violent Action



Mailings, flyers, printed material
1960-73, n.d.

Box 111: folder 11
Newsletters
1960-68, n.d.

Box 111: folder 12
Committee for Peaceful Alternatives
1949-51, n.d.

Box 111: folder 13
Committee for the Defense of Marion Bachrach
1951-55, n.d.

Box 111: folder 14
Committee for World Development and World Disarmament
1956-68, n.d.

Box 112: folder 1
Committee of First Amendment Defendants
1959-61, n.d.

Box 112: folder 2
Committee to Aid the Monroe Defendants



Correspondence
1962-63

Box 112: folder 3
Printed material
1961-64, n.d.

Box 112: folder 4
Committee to Defend America by Waging Peace
1940, n.d.

Box 112: folder 5
Committee to Defend Resistance to Ghetto Life
1970, n.d.

Box 112: folder 6
Committee to Defend the Panther 21/Panther Defense Committee
1970, n.d.

Box 112: folder 7
Common Cause
1971, 1977, n.d.

Box 112: folder 8
Common Council for American Unity
1943-46, n.d.

Box 112: folder 9
Commonwealth College



Printed material
1938-40, n.d.

Box 112: folder 10
Newsletters
1940

Box 112: folder 11
Commonwealth of World Citizens
1919-56, n.d.

Box 112: folder 12
Communist Party
1938, 1960-79, n.d.

Box 112: folder 13
Community Fund of Chicago
1939-41, n.d.

Box 112: folder 14
Community Media Foundation
1976

Box 112: folder 15
Concerned Citizens for Justice
circa 1970-73

Box 112: folder 16
Conference of Women for International Cooperation Year
1962

Box 112: folder 17
Congress of Industrial Organizations



Note:
General
1942-52, n.d.

Box 112: folder 18-20
Political Action Committee
1938-47, n.d.

Box 112: folder 21
Congress of Racial Equality



Correspondence and printed material
1954-67, n.d.

Box 113: folder 1
Rhode Island chapter
1963-66

Box 113: folder 2
Consumers Union/Consumers Technical Institute
1944-74

Box 113: folder 3
Council for a Livable World
1963-72, n.d.

Box 113: folder 4
Council for Peace and Social Action
1934-35, n.d.

Box 113: folder 5
C
1938-84, n.d.

Box 113: folder 6-8
Defense Committee
1969-74, n.d.

Box 113: folder 7
Democracy Unlimited
1958-71, n.d.

Box 113: folder 8
Democratic Socialist Organizing Committee/ Democratic Socialists of America
1975-80, n.d.

Box 114: folder 1
Descendents of the American Revolution
1940-44, n.d.

Box 114: folder 2
Dissenting Democrats of Texas
1968, n.d.

Box 114: folder 3
D
1947-69, n.d.

Box 114: folder 4
Earl Robinson Foundation
1981-83, n.d.

Box 114: folder 5
Note:
East and West Association
1942-43

Box 114: folder 6
Emergency Civil Liberties Committee



Note:
Correspondence and printed material
1951-79, n.d.

Box 114: folder 7
Newsletters
1954-65

Box 114: folder 8
End the Draft
1962-65, n.d.

Box 114: folder 9
E
1927-82

Box 114: folder 10
Far East Reporter
1948-71, n.d.

Box 114: folder 11
Fair Play for Cuba Committee



Miscellaneous printed material
1961-63, n.d.

Box 114: folder 12
Newsletter
1960-61, n.d.

Box 114: folder 13
Fellowship of Reconciliation



Correspondence and direct mailings
1951-1980, n.d.

Box 115: folder 1
Printed material
1938-70, n.d.

Box 115: folder 2
Newsletter
1960-63

Box 115: folder 3
New England/Boston
1953-60

Box 115: folder 4
Chicago/North Shore, Michigan and Rhode Island branches
1954-65, n.d.

Box 115: folder 5
Flashlight
1953-61

Box 115: folder 6
Friends Committee on National Legislation
1951-66, n.d.

Box 115: folder 7
Fund for Peace
1970-80

Box 115: folder 8
F
1935-88, n.d.

Box 115: folder 9
General Strike for Peace
1962-63

Box 115: folder 10
Guardian (formally National Guardian)
1949-88

Box 115: folder 11
G
1935-86, n.d.

Box 115: folder 12
The Haugs Report on the Cleveland Taft-Hartley Conspiracy Case
1959-61

Box 115: folder 13
Haymarket People's Fund and Rank and File Fund
1977-88, n.d.

Box 115: folder 14
Help Unsell the War
n.d.

Box 116: folder 1
Highlander Folk School/Highlander Research and Education Center



Note:
Correspondence
1946-1977

Box 116: folder 2
Printed material
1956-86, n.d.

Box 116: folder 3
Horizons Unlimited
1957-58

Box 116: folder 4
Hull House



Correspondence
1939-74, n.d.

Box 116: folder 5
Printed material
1937-76, n.d.

Box 116: folder 6
Cooperative
1939-41, n.d.

Box 116: folder 7
Newsletters
1939-44, n.d.

Box 116: folder 8
Miscellaneous
1939-70, n.d.

Box 116: folder 9
Humanity Guild
n.d.

Box 116: folder 10
H
1940-88

Box 116: folder 11
I.F. Stone's Weekly
1953-67

Box 116: folder 12
Illinois Labor History Society
1986-88

Box 116: folder 13
In These Times
1978, 1988

Box 116: folder 14
Independent Voters League
n.d.

Box 116: folder 15
Independent Voters of America
circa 1944, n.d.

Box 116: folder 16
Infact
1988

Box 116: folder 17
International Disarmament Expedition of America
1961

Box 116: folder 18
International Labor Defense



Note:
Correspondence and printed material
1935-44, n.d.

Box 116: folder 19
Newsletters
1939-45

Box 117: folder 1
Midwest Regional Office
1939-40, n.d.

Box 117: folder 2
International Ladies Garment Workers Union
1934-63, n.d.

Box 117: folder 3
International Registry of World Citizens
1963, 1970, n.d.

Box 117: folder 4
International Society for Socialist Studies
1958-60, n.d.

Box 117: folder 5
International Workers Order
1941-42, n.d.

Box 117: folder 6
I
1939-79, n.d.

Box 117: folder 7
Jane Addams Centennial Committee
1959-60, n.d.

Box 117: folder 8
Jane Addams Peace Association
1932, 1959-88, n.d.

Box 117: folder 9
Jeannette Rankin Brigade
1967-68, n.d.

Box 117: folder 10
Jefferson School of Social Science
1954-55

Box 117: folder 11
Joe Hill House of Hospitality and St. Joseph's Refuge


Box 117
Note:
Joint Anti-Fascist Refugee Committee



Correspondence
1942-45

Box 117: folder 12
Printed material
1942-48, n.d.

Box 117: folder 13
Keep America Out of War Congress
1939-41, n.d.

Box 117: folder 14
Kentucky Miners Relief Committee


Box 117
Note:
Koinonia
1957-81, n.d.

Box 117: folder 15
J-K
1950-77, n.d.

Box 117: folder 16
Labor Research Association


Box 117
Note:
Labor's Non-Partisan League of Cook County/Illinois
1938-40, n.d.

Box 117: folder 17
Latin American Research Bureau
1951-54

Box 117: folder 18
Law Students Council
1973-74

Box 117: folder 19
Lawyers Constitutional Defense Committee
1966-70

Box 117: folder 20
League for Industrial Democracy
1924-68

Box 118: folder 1
League for Mutual Aid
1938-54, n.d.

Box 118: folder 2
League for Social Justice
1932-35, n.d.

Box 118: folder 3
League of Women Shoppers



Constitution
n.d.

Box 118: folder 4
Correspondence
1937-45,n.d.

Box 118: folder 5-6
Financial and fundraising
1937-38, n.d.

Box 118: folder 7
Forms
n.d.

Box 118: folder 8
Lists of members and affiliates
1937-38, n.d.

Box 118: folder 9
Meeting materials
1937-43, n.d.

Box 118: folder 10
Newsletters and reports
1937-45, n.d.

Box 118: folder 11
Notes
n.d.

Box 118: folder 12
Pamphlets and flyers
1937-43, n.d.

Box 119: folder 1
Press releases and clippings
1937-38, 1972, n.d.

Box 119: folder 2
League of Women Voters



National printed material
1934-51, n.d.

Box 119: folder 3
Illinois branches
1938-45, n.d.

Box 119: folder 4
Massachusetts branches
1949-52, n.d.

Box 119: folder 5
Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Texas
1935-69

Box 119: folder 6
Speech/statement and notes by JLO
n.d.

Box 119: folder 7
Liaison Committee to Women's Peace Groups
1966-68

Box 119: folder 8
Liberal Citizens of Massachusetts
1953-62

Box 119: folder 9
Liberation
1957-70

Box 119: folder 10
Note:
Lucy Parsons Collective Film Project
1985-86

Box 119: folder 11
L
1954-83

Box 119: folder 12
Marian Rubins Davis Scholarship Fund



Note:
General
1961-83, n.d.

Box 119: folder 13
Correspondence
1962-86

Box 119: folder 14
Meeting materials
1962-86

Box 119: folder 15
Massachusetts General Hospital
1961-80, n.d.

Box 119: folder 16
Medgar Evers Fund
1969-73, n.d.

Box 119: folder 17
Meiklejohn Civil Liberties Institute
1974-88

Box 119: folder 18
Methodist Federation for Social Service/Social Action



Note:
Correspondence
1941-62

Box 119: folder 19
Social Questions Bulletin
1934-77

Box 119: folder 20
Printed material
1937-73, n.d.

Box 119: folder 21
Metropolitan Housing and Planning Council of Chicago



Correspondence
1940-66

Box 120: folder 1
Reports
1943-45, 1949, 1950, 1953

Box 120: folder 2
Tomorrow's Chicago
1947, 1954-55, 1961, 1965

Box 120: folder 3
Notes
1940-41, n.d.

Box 120: folder 4
Printed material and two photos
1934-65, n.d.

Box 120: folder 5
Migrant Children's Fund
1958-63

Box 120: folder 6
Minority of One
1961, 1963-65

Box 120: folder 7
Minute Women for Peace
1950-53, n.d.

Box 120: folder 8
Mobilization for Survival
1977-86, n.d.

Box 120: folder 9
Mutual Real Estate Investment Trust
1966-68, n.d.

Box 120: folder 10
M
1944-80, n.d.

Box 120: folder 11
The Nation
1932, 1949-80

Box 120: folder 12
National Advisory Committee on Farm Labor
1963-64

Box 120: folder 13
National Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression
1973-74, n.d.

Box 120: folder 14
National Anti-Klan Network
1980-81

Box 120: folder 15
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People



Correspondence
1948, 1960, 1963

Box 120: folder 16
"Committee of 100"
1957-68

Box 120: folder 17
Printed material
1954-73, n.d.

Box 120: folder 18
National Child Labor Committee



The American Child
1949-52

Box 121: folder 1
Printed material
1939, 1942, 1949-59, n.d.

Box 121: folder 2
National Citizens Committee for Broadcasting
1970, n.d.

Box 121: folder 3
National Citizens Political Action Committee
1953-70, 1987

Box 121: folder 4
National Committee Against Repressive Legislation/National Committee to Abolish the House Un-American Activities Committee



Note:
Correspondence and notes
1964-88

Box 121: folder 5
Meeting minutes
1962-64, 1968

Box 121: folder 6
Financial material
1963-71

Box 121: folder 7
Newsletters
1964, 1968, 1971

Box 121: folder 8
Printed material
1960-83, n.d.

Box 121: folder 9
New York Branch
1961-64, n.d.

Box 121: folder 10
Other branches (Massachusetts, Northwest Committee, Washington Area Committee, Southern California, Northern California, New England, Midwest Region)
1962-71

Box 121: folder 11
National Committee for an Effective Congress
1952-72, n.d.

Box 121: folder 12
National Committee for the Repeal of the McCarran Act
1962-65, n.d.

Box 121: folder 13
National Committee for Rural Schools
1957, n.d.

Box 121: folder 14
National Committee for the Control of Radiation Hazards
1960-61, n.d.

Box 121: folder 15
National Committee on the Education of Migrant Children
1964, 1968-70, n.d.

Box 121: folder 16
National Committee to Abolish the House Un-American Activities Committee


Box 121
Note:
National Committee to Abolish the Poll Tax
1942-44, n.d.

Box 121: folder 17
National Committee to Aid Victims of German Fascism
1933-34, n.d.

Box 122: folder 1
Note:
National Committee to Re-open the Rosenberg Case
1953, 1974, n.d.

Box 122: folder 2
National Committee to Secure Justice for Morton Sobell in the Rosenberg Case/Chicago Sobell Committee
1953-67, n.d.

Box 122: folder 3
National Committee to Stop Environment Pollution
1970-71, n.d.

Box 122: folder 4
National Committee to Win Amnesty for the Smith Act Victims
1954, n.d.

Box 122: folder 5
National Community Funds/Funding Exchange
1982-85, n.d.

Box 122: folder 6
National Conference for New Politics
1966-68, n.d.

Box 122: folder 7
National Consumers League
1939-53, n.d.

Box 122: folder 8
National Council Against Conscription



General
1948-55, n.d.

Box 122: folder 9
Conscription News
1948-53

Box 122: folder 10
National Council for American-Soviet Friendship



General
1945-74, n.d.

Box 122: folder 11
Report on American Soviet Relations
1945-46

Box 122: folder 12
National Council of Negro Women
1968-72

Box 122: folder 13
National Council to Repeal the Draft
1970-73

Box 122: folder 14
National Emergency Civil Liberties Committee
1970-86

Box 122: folder 15
National Emergency Conference
1939

Box 122: folder 16
National Emergency Conference for Democratic Rights
1940

Box 122: folder 17
National Federation for Constitutional Liberties



General
1940-45, n.d.

Box 123: folder 1
Action Letter
1941-45

Box 123: folder 2
National Forum Foundation



Correspondence
1944-63

Box 123: folder 3
Printed material
1952-59, n.d.

Box 123: folder 4
National Guardian



Correspondence
1946-55, n.d.

Box 123: folder 5
Printed material
1949-65, n.d.

Box 123: folder 6
National Labor Leadership Assembly for Peace
1967

Box 123: folder 7
National Lawyers Guild
1939, 1960-74

Box 123: folder 8
National Peace Academy Campaign
1977-78

Box 123: folder 9
National Public Housing Conference
1944-45

Box 123: folder 10
National Sharecroppers
1950-71, n.d.

Box 123: folder 11
National Social Center
1938

Box 123: folder 12
National Unemployment League
1937-38, n.d.

Box 123: folder 13
National Woman's Party



General
1961-77, n.d.

Box 123: folder 14
Correspondence
1935, 1964-83, n.d.

Box 123: folder 15
Publications
1937-74

Box 123: folder 16
Publicity
1965-78, n.d.

Box 123: folder 17
Supporters' lists and statements
1945-72, n.d.

Box 123: folder 18
National Women's Appeal for the Rights of Foreign Born Americans


Box 123
Note:
Native American Solidarity Committee
1975-77

Box 124: folder 1
New Christian


Box 124
Note:
New Democratic Coalition of Rhode Island
1969-71, n.d.

Box 124: folder 2
New England Citizens Concerned for Peace
1950-54

Box 124: folder 3
New England Folk Festival Association
1979-80

Box 124: folder 4
New York Citizens' Committee for a Peoples' World Convention


Box 124
Note:
New York Committee to Free Angela Davis


Box 124
Note:
Non-Violent Action against Nuclear Weapons
1957-58

Box 124: folder 5
N
1932-87

Box 124: folder 6-7
Oil Workers International Union
1944-48, n.d.

Box 124: folder 8
Oklahoma Committee for the Defense of Political Prisoners
1940-41

Box 124: folder 9
Operation Freedom
1961-1974, n.d.

Box 124: folder 10
O
1954-79, n.d.

Box 124: folder 11
Pacem in Terris
1963-72

Box 124: folder 12
Partners in Housing
1972-83

Box 124: folder 13
Pax
1963-72, n.d.

Box 124: folder 14
Peace and Freedom Party
1966-83, n.d.

Box 124: folder 15
Peace Concern
1962-64, n.d.

Box 124: folder 16
Peace Museum
1980-82

Box 124: folder 17
Peacemakers
1951-65

Box 125: folder 1
Peaceways
1961-69

Box 125: folder 2
Pennsylvania Civil Liberties Committee


Box 125
Note:
Peoples Artists
1947-56

Box 125: folder 3
Note:
People's Institute of Applied Religion



History
1944-74, n.d.

Box 125: folder 4
Correspondence
1941-46, n.d.

Box 125: folder 5
Note:
Memoranda
1945-46

Box 125: folder 6
Programs
1941-46, n.d.

Box 125: folder 7
Publications
1943-47, n.d.

Box 125: folder 8
Publicity
1942-51, n.d.

Box 125: folder 9
People's Legislative Committee
1946-50, n.d.

Box 125: folder 10
Peoples Lobby



Correspondence
1929-70, n.d.

Box 125: folder 11
Newsletters
1934-70

Box 125: folder 12
Programs
1937-48

Box 125: folder 13
Publicity
1943-46, n.d.

Box 125: folder 14
Reports
1941-50

Box 125: folder 15
Speeches
1944-46

Box 125: folder 16
People's Party
1971-77

Box 125: folder 17
People's Progressive Party
1965-88

Box 125: folder 18
People's Progressive Party of New Guinea
1960-67

Box 125: folder 19
People's Songs, Inc.


Box 125
Note:
People's World Constitutional Convention
1950-58, n.d.

Box 125: folder 20
Physicians for Social Responsibility
1980-82

Box 126: folder 1
Pittsburgh Civil Liberties Committee
1933-34, 1954, n.d.

Box 126: folder 2
Planned Parenthood Federation of America
circa 1940-81, n.d.

Box 126: folder 3
Political Action for Peace
1960

Box 126: folder 4
Political Rights Defense Fund
n.d.

Box 126: folder 5
Post War World Council
1940s-67

Box 126: folder 6
Powell-Schuman Defense Committee
1956-59

Box 126: folder 7
Progressive Party



Note:
National



Correspondence
1943-55

Box 126: folder 8
Conferences
1948-54

Box 126: folder 9
Memoranda
1952-55, n.d.

Box 126: folder 10
Promotional material
1948-54, n.d.

Box 126: folder 11
Newsletters
1948-55

Box 126: folder 12
Press releases
1952-54

Box 126: folder 13
Reports
1952-54, n.d.

Box 126: folder 14
Speeches and broadcasts
1952-54

Box 126: folder 15
Statements and policies
1948-54

Box 127: folder 1
Affiliates



California
1953-55

Box 127: folder 2
Chicago
1953

Box 127: folder 3
District of Columbia
1953-54

Box 127: folder 4
Maryland
1953-54, n.d.

Box 127: folder 5
Massachusetts: General and correspondence
1948-53, n.d.

Box 127: folder 6-7
Newsletters
1948-53

Box 127: folder 8
Publicity
1948-55, n.d.

Box 127: folder 9
Testimonials
1948-58, n.d.

Box 127: folder 10
New Jersey



Newsletter
1953-54

Box 127: folder 11
Publicity
1953-57, n.d.

Box 127: folder 12
Ohio
1953-55, n.d.

Box 127: folder 13
Philadelphia
1952-55

Box 127: folder 14
Rhode Island
1948, 1952, n.d.

Box 127: folder 15
Texas
1948

Box 127: folder 16
Vermont
1952

Box 127: folder 17
Wisconsin
1953-54

Box 127: folder 18
Wallace for President Clubs
1948-49

Box 127: folder 19
Women for Wallace
1948, 1959

Box 127: folder 20
Promoting Enduring Peace
circa 1949-68, n.d.

Box 127: folder 21
The Protestant
1942-52, n.d.

Box 127: folder 22
P
1934-86, n.d.

Box 127: folder 23
Radical Education Project
1966-69

Box 128: folder 1
Rassemblement Universel pour la Paix
1938

Box 128: folder 2
Religious Freedom Committee
1960-64

Box 128: folder 3
Resist
1968-80, n.d.

Box 128: folder 4
Rhode Island Maternal Health Association
1952-63, n.d.

Box 128: folder 5
Rhode Island Workers Association
1978, n.d.

Box 128: folder 6
Rhode Islanders for Safe Power
n.d.

Box 128: folder 7
Russia War Relief
1942-44, n.d.

Box 128: folder 8
R
1938-84

Box 128: folder 9
Sakonnet World Federalist meeting
circa 1960-64

Box 128: folder 10
SANE (National Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy)



Correspondence
1958-72, n.d.

Box 128: folder 11
Printed material
1957-75, n.d.

Box 128: folder 12
Policies
1957-67

Box 128: folder 13
Publications
1961-80, n.d.

Box 128: folder 14
Publicity
1957-67, n.d.

Box 128: folder 15
Scholarship, Education, and Defense Fund for Social Equality
1967-70, n.d.

Box 128: folder 16
School of Youth for Social Science
1968-circa 1970, n.d.

Box 128: folder 17
Scottsboro Hernden Defense Fund
circa 1938

Box 128: folder 18
Note:
Slate
1961-62

Box 128: folder 19
Socialist Labor Party
1952-79

Box 128: folder 20
Socialist Party



Newsletters
circa 1930, 1961-81

Box 128: folder 21
Discussion bulletins
1974

Box 128: folder 22
Publicity
1940-75, n.d.

Box 128: folder 23
Socialist Workers Campaign Committee
1968

Box 129: folder 1
Society of Separationists
1966

Box 129: folder 2
Songs of the American People


Box 129
Note:
Southern Christian Leadership Conference
1963-74

Box 129: folder 3
Southern Conference Educational Fund



Note:
Correspondence and fundraising appeals
1948-74

Box 129: folder 4
Leaflets and pamphlets
1948-74

Box 129: folder 5
Memoranda
1960-74

Box 129: folder 6
Newsletters
1945-76

Box 129: folder 7
Publications
1954-circa 1970

Box 129: folder 8
Publicity
1953-68

Box 129: folder 9
1974 Split
1973-74

Box 129: folder 10
Southern Conference for Human Welfare
1940-47, n.d.

Box 129: folder 11
Note:
Southern Institute for Propaganda and Organizing
1974

Box 129: folder 12
Southern Organizing Committee for Social and Economic Justice
1978-88, n.d.

Box 129: folder 13
Southern Poverty Law Center
1971-74, 1970s

Box 129: folder 14
Southern Summer School for Workers
1939-43

Box 129: folder 15
Spanish Refugee Aid, Inc.
1956-70

Box 129: folder 16
Sphere
1958-59

Box 129: folder 17
Steel Workers Organizing Committee
1937

Box 130: folder 1
Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee
1962-68

Box 130: folder 2
S
1938-84, n.d.

Box 130: folder 3
T.U.S. Press
1952-53

Box 130: folder 4
Textile Workers of America
1946-47

Box 130: folder 5
Thomas A. Dooley Foundation
1965

Box 130: folder 6
Toward World Democracy
1955-62

Box 130: folder 7
Town Meeting Committee
1950

Box 130: folder 8
Turn Toward Peace
1960-66, 1960s

Box 130: folder 9
Tuskegee Institute
1931-32

Box 130: folder 10
T
1938-82, n.d.

Box 130: folder 11
Unified Buddhist Church of Vietnam
1970-72

Box 130: folder 12
Union for Democratic Action
1942-45

Box 130: folder 13
Union of Concerned Scientists
1970s

Box 130: folder 14
Unitarian Church



Correspondence and notes
1947-87

Box 130: folder 15
Church newsletters
1945-75

Box 130: folder 16
Orders of Service and Programs
1956-67, n.d.

Box 130: folder 17
Sermons
1946-65, n.d.

Box 130: folder 18
Unitarian-Universalist Service Committee
1944-87

Box 130: folder 19
United Automobile Workers
1942-62

Box 130: folder 20
United Conference Against the High Cost of Living
1937-43

Box 130: folder 21
United Congregational Church (Little Compton, RI)
circa 1945-83

Box 131: folder 1
United Electrical Workers' Union
1949-57, 1971

Box 131: folder 2
United Farm Workers
1974-76

Box 131: folder 3
United Nations Association
1945, 1973, 1976

Box 131: folder 4
United Negro College Fund
1970, 1972

Box 131: folder 5
United Office and Professional Workers of America
1939-41

Box 131: folder 6
United Packinghouse Workers of America
1947-48

Box 131: folder 7
U.S. Committee Against Militarization
1952-64

Box 131: folder 8
U.S. Committee for Cooperation with the Japan Council Against A & H Bombs
1961-62

Box 131: folder 9
U.S. Committee for Democracy in Greece
c.1968-1970

Box 131: folder 10
United States Committee for Justice to Latin American Political Prisoners
1973

Box 131: folder 11
U.S. Peace Council
1979

Box 131: folder 12
United World Federalists



Correspondence
1947-67

Box 131: folder 13
Memoranda
1947-67

Box 131: folder 14
Fundraising appeals
1950-68, 1960s

Box 131: folder 15
Publicity: newspaper clippings and reprints
1958-67

Box 131: folder 16
Addresses and remarks
1947-63

Box 131: folder 17
Lists
1946-57, 1950s, 1960s

Box 131: folder 18
Events: agendas and invitations
1962-68, 1960s

Box 131: folder 19
Policies and statements
1947-64, n.d.

Box 131: folder 20
Leaflets
1957-70, n.d.

Box 131: folder 21
Pamphlets
1946-65

Box 131: folder 22
Newsletters
1945-67

Box 131: folder 23
Reports
1954-66, 1960s

Box 131: folder 24
Miscellaneous
1958-1970

Box 131: folder 25
United World Federalists of Chicago
1958-65, n.d.

Box 131: folder 26
United World Federalists of New England
1953-65

Box 132: folder 1
University of British Columbia
1958-60

Box 132: folder 2
U
1937-83, n.d.

Box 132: folder 3
Veterans of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade
1938, 1958-64, n.d.

Box 132: folder 4
Vietnam Veterans Against the War
1972-74

Box 132: folder 5
Voice of Women



Newsletters
1962-63

Box 132: folder 6
Publicity: bulletins, leaflets, and statements
1960-68

Box 132: folder 7
Conferences:



correspondence, publicity, reports, notes, typescripts, and programs
1962:

Box 132: folder 8
list and reprint, 1966
1966:

Box 132: folder 9
correspondence, lists, agenda, notes, programs, and summary
1967:

Box 132: folder 10
correspondence
1969:

Box 132: folder 11
V
1938, 1966, n.d.

Box 132: folder 12
W.A.G.E.
1981-83

Box 132: folder 13
Note:
War/Peace Report
1964-65, n.d.

Box 132: folder 14
War Resisters League



Correspondence
1965-73, 1980

Box 132: folder 15
Conference announcements
1969-80, n.d.

Box 132: folder 16
Fundraising appeals
1959-79

Box 132: folder 17
Newsletters
1960-75

Box 132: folder 18
Promotional material
1941-1980s

Box 132: folder 19
Reports
1964-80

Box 132: folder 20
Statements
1961-80s

Box 132: folder 21
Warren's Point Association
1982-87

Box 132: folder 22
Willard Uphaus Committee
1955-60

Box 132: folder 23
Note:
Woman's City Club of Chicago
1940-49

Box 133: folder 1
Women For a Non-Nuclear Future
1980-88, n.d.

Box 133: folder 2
Women For Peace
1961-74, n.d.

Box 133: folder 3
Women Investors in America
1935-36, n.d.

Box 133: folder 4
Women Strike for Peace



Correspondence and clippings
1962-72

Box 133: folder 5
Printed material
1961-68, n.d.

Box 133: folder 6
Flyers, broadsides, and pamphlets
1963-67, n.d.

Box 133: folder 7
Mother's Lobby
1963

Box 133: folder 8
National Conferences
1962-66

Box 133: folder 9
Women's Bureau, Department of Labor
1937-39, n.d.

Box 133: folder 10
Women's Campaign Fund
1977-80

Box 133: folder 11
Women's International League For Peace and Freedom



Note:
Chicago Branches
1944-49, 1970, n.d.

Box 133: folder 12
Correspondence
1931-83, n.d.

Box 133: folder 13
Notes and writings
1955-56

Box 133: folder 14
Providence Branch
1950-66

Box 133: folder 15
Note:
Miscellaneous and printed material
1928-81, n.d.

Box 133: folder 16
Women's Joint Committee On Adequate Housing
1941-45

Box 133: folder 17
Women's Liberation Union of Rhode Island
1977-84, n.d.

Box 133: folder 18
Women's Trade Union League of Chicago
1937-49

Box 134: folder 1
Women's Work, Women's Health (Conference)
1980

Box 134: folder 2
Women's World Congress For Peace and Liberty
1939

Box 134: folder 3
Woolman Hill
1958-66

Box 134: folder 4
Worker's Defense League
1938-74, n.d.

Box 134: folder 5
Worker's Music League
1932-35, n.d.

Box 134: folder 6
World Affairs Council of Rhode Island
1948-55

Box 134: folder 7
World Assembly For Peace
1951-69

Box 134: folder 8
World Association of World Federalists
1959-87

Box 134: folder 9
World Constitution and Parliament Association
1968-82

Box 134: folder 10
World Constitution Coordinating Committee
n.d.

Box 134: folder 11
World Council For The People's World Convention
1952-56

Box 134: folder 12
World Council Of Churches
1954

Box 134: folder 13
World Events Committee
1945-49, n.d.

Box 134: folder 14
World Federalist Youth
1970, n.d.

Box 134: folder 15
World Federalists of Tarrant County
1946-48

Box 134: folder 16
World Fellowship, Inc.



Note:
Correspondence and printed material
1940-83, n.d.

Box 134: folder 17
World Fellowship News
1954-70

Box 134: folder 18
World Government of World Citizens
1986

Box 134: folder 19
World Movement For World Federal Government
1950

Box 134: folder 20
World Peace Commission
1946

Box 134: folder 21
World Peace News



Note:
Publication
1975-86

Box 134: folder 22
Correspondence and miscellaneous
1975-88, n.d.

Box 134: folder 23
World People's Consultative Assembly
1950, n.d.

Box 134: folder 24
W
1933-83, n.d.

Box 135: folder 1
Young Women's Christian Association
1924-72, n.d.

Box 135: folder 2
Note:
Youth Against War and Fascism
1966-77

Box 135: folder 3
Yugoslav Information Center
1949-52, n.d.

Box 135: folder 4
Y
1946-64, n.d.

Box 135: folder 5
Lists of names connected with various organizations
1929-33, 1950, n.d.

Box 135: folder 6
Miscellaneous notes
n.d.

Box 135: folder 7
SERIES V. SUBJECT FILES
(1893-1988)


Anti-Communism
1936-68, n.d.

Box 136: folder 1
Appalachia
1969-70, n.d.

Box 136: folder 2
Note:
Bloor, Ella Reeve
1935-36, [1951?], n.d.

Box 136: folder 3
Book and magazine subscription offers
1893, 1942-82, n.d.

Box 136: folder 4
Boudin, Leonard and Kathy (daughter)
1962, 1983, 1989

Box 136: folder 5
Braden, Anne and Carl
1955-88, n.d.

Box 136: folder 6
Note:
Bridges, Harry
1941-42

Box 136: folder 7
Note:
Browder, Earl
1938-41, n.d.

Box 136: folder 8
Bryant, Louise Stevens
1969

Box 136: folder 9
Carr, Charlotte
1956

Box 136: folder 10
Cayce, Edgar


Box 136
Note:
Children/youth
1939-66, n.d.

Box 136: folder 11
China
1937, 1956, 1967-78

Box 136: folder 12
Civil liberties
1937-86, n.d.

Box 136: folder 13
Civil rights
1928-79, n.d.

Box 137: folder 1
Close, Upton
1946, n.d.

Box 137: folder 2
Cold War
1951-circa 1960, n.d.

Box 137: folder 3
Consumer Information
1937-52, n.d.

Box 137: folder 4
Cooperatives



General
1925-81, n.d.

Box 137: folder 5
Bread and Butter newsletter
1941-44

Box 137: folder 6
Little Compton (RI) Food Co-op
1981-82, n.d.

Box 137: folder 7
North Shore Co-operative Society (Chicago)
1939-44, n.d.

Box 137: folder 8
Cuba
1957-70

Box 137: folder 9
Dance


Box 137
Note:
Davis, Angela
1971-72

Box 137: folder 10
Davis, Marian Rubins
1978-82, n.d.

Box 138: folder 1
Note:
Day, Bonnie
1956-73, n.d.

Box 138: folder 2
Dies Committee
1939-43, n.d.

Box 138: folder 3
Economics
1925-75, n.d.

Box 138: folder 4
Education
circa 1937-68, n.d.

Box 138: folder 5
Eisler, Hans
1935-36, 1967, 1981, n.d.

Box 138: folder 6
Note:
Environment
1955-88

Box 138: folder 7
Ford Peace Expedition


Box 138
Note:
Graves, Anna Melissa, 1937
circa 1950, n.d.

Box 138: folder 8
Haag, Sofia and Charles
1956, 1975, n.d.

Box 138: folder 9
Haessler, Carl
1972

Box 138: folder 10
Health
1938-77, n.d.

Box 138: folder 11
Hennacy, Ammon
1959-70, n.d.

Box 138: folder 12
Housing
1937-63, n.d.

Box 139: folder 1
Illinois/Chicago
1937-57, n.d.

Box 139: folder 2
In Fact newsletter
1943-50

Box 139: folder 3
India
1906-1944, n.d.

Box 139: folder 4
International affairs
1935-70, n.d.

Box 139: folder 5
Japan
1937-50, n.d.

Box 139: folder 6
Karolyi, Catherine
1918, n.d.

Box 139: folder 7
Kinhaven
1954-83, n.d.

Box 139: folder 8
Note:
Korean War
1951-52, n.d.

Box 139: folder 9
Labor



1930-59

Box 139: folder 10
1960-79, n.d.

Box 140: folder 1
Lamont, Corliss and Helen
1960, 1972, 1981, n.d.

Box 140: folder 2
Little Compton, RI
1952-82, n.d.

Box 140: folder 3
Luscomb, Florence
1953-57, n.d.

Box 140: folder 4
Mason, Mary
n.d.

Box 140: folder 5
McCarthy, Joseph
1951

Box 140: folder 6
Music



Note:
General
1932-82, n.d.

Box 140: folder 7
Dance
1950-81, n.d.

Box 140: folder 8
Newport Folk Festival
1959-65

Box 140: folder 9
People's Songs
1946-49, n.d.

Box 140: folder 10
Songs



General
1911-84, n.d.

Box 140: folder 11-12
Labor
1933-49, n.d.

Box 141: folder 1
Political
1950-88, n.d.

Box 141: folder 2
Songs of the American People
circa 1939

Box 141: folder 3
Nearing, Scott
1944-82, n.d.

Box 141: folder 4
New Deal
1936-41

Box 141: folder 5
Nuclear Weapons/Disarmament
1945-82

Box 141: folder 6
Olivereau, Louise


Box 141
Note:

[see SERIES II. CORRESPONDENCE-Friends and associates---Jarrett, Sally, and Pollard, Jennie O.; and SERIES III. WRITINGS-Revolution in Seattle]

Peace



General
1942-80, n.d.

Box 141: folder 7
Articles/Statements
1936-72, n.d.

Box 141: folder 8
Events/Conferences
1938-80, n.d.

Box 141: folder 9
Newsletters/Pamphlets
1924-82, n.d.

Box 142: folder 1
Poems
circa 1950-54, n.d.

Box 142: folder 2
People, A-Z


Box 142: folder 3
Poland
1948-52, n.d.

Box 142: folder 4
Political campaigns



Note:
General
1935-76, n.d.

Box 142: folder 5
Douglas, William O.
1952

Box 142: folder 6
Holdridge, Herbert
1952-54, n.d.

Box 142: folder 7
Illinois
1940-70, n.d.

Box 142: folder 8
LaFollette, Robert
circa 1924

Box 142: folder 9
Massachusetts
1952-83, n.d.

Box 142: folder 10
McCarthy, Eugene
1960-68

Box 142: folder 11
McGovern, George
1970-72, n.d.

Box 142: folder 12
Perry, Albert
circa 1967

Box 142: folder 13
Rhode Island
1948-82, n.d.

Box 142: folder 14
Socialist parties
1958-68, n.d.

Box 142: folder 15
Texas
1944-62

Box 142: folder 16
Political prisoners and refugees



Note:

[see also SERIES II. CORRESPONDENCE--Friends and associates-Boschan, Paul, and Papaandreu, Eulalia Figuieredo]; and SERIES IV. ORGANIZATIONS-- Emergency Committee to Save the Jewish People of Europe]

General
1939-59

Box 142: folder 17
Boschan, Paul
1939-62, n.d.

Box 142: folder 18
Papaandreu, Eulalia Figuieredo
1951-54

Box 142: folder 19
Religion
1938-82, n.d.

Box 143: folder 1-2
Reynolds, Malvina
1959-80, n.d.

Box 143: folder 3
Robinson, Earl
1941-88, n.d.

Box 143: folder 4
Note:
Rosenberg, Julius and Ethel
1952-63, n.d.

Box 143: folder 5
Note:
Russia/U.S.S.R.
1936-60, n.d.

Box 143: folder 6
Note:
Sargent Bulletin (newsletter)
1939-40

Box 143: folder 7
Schwimmer-Lloyd Collection (New York Public Library)


Box 143: folder 8
Note:
Schwimmer, Rosika and Franciska
1924-86, n.d.

Box 143: folder 9
Seeger, Pete
1948-88, n.d.

Box 144: folder 1
Serafini, Sula Wing and Enzo
1939-80, n.d.

Box 144: folder 2
Shelley, Rebecca
1949-61, n.d.

Box 144: folder 3
Silva Mind Control
1972-75, n.d.

Box 144: folder 4
Smith, Gerald
1946-65, n.d.

Box 144: folder 5
Smith, Louise Pettibone
1962

Box 144: folder 6
Spanish Civil War
1938-39, 1966, n.d.

Box 144: folder 7
Strong, Anna Louise
1951-79, n.d.

Box 144: folder 8
Note:
Szilard, Leo
1953-64

Box 144: folder 9
Theater
1925-67, n.d.

Box 144: folder 10
Thomas, Caroline Bedell
1944-88

Box 144: folder 11
Tolstoy, Alexandra
1941, 1948, 1979

Box 144: folder 12
Travel
1924-68

Box 144: folder 13
United Nations
1945-70

Box 144: folder 14
Universal Military Training
1944-52

Box 144: folder 15
Vietnam War
1958-73, n.d.

Box 145: folder 1
Ward, Harry
1938, n.d.

Box 145: folder 2
Wells, Jenny
1947-48, n.d.

Box 145: folder 3
Note:
West, Don and Hedy
1947-84, n.d.

Box 145: folder 4
Note:
Williams, Claude (includes audiotapes of memorial service)
1942-79, n.d.

Box 145: folder 5
Note:
Winnetka Power Plant
1956-57, n.d.

Box 145: folder 6
Women
1917-80, n.d.

Box 145: folder 7
World Government
1942-70, n.d.

Box 145: folder 8
World War II
1931-45, n.d.

Box 145: folder 9
Wynner, Edith
1944-80, n.d.

Box 146: folder 1-2
Note:
Yeomans, Andrew
1954, n.d.

Box 146: folder 3
OVERSIZE MATERIAL



Correspondence: Carol Bedell Thomas (article re: cancer research); Seeger family Christmas Card,
1951, 1978

Box 147
Biographical material



Article in Providence Sunday Journal Magazine
8 Feb 1981

Box 147
Calendars
1985-88

Box 147
Diplomas: church school and Smith College
1920, 1925

Box 147
Rhode Island House of Representative resolution re: JLO's death
1989

Box 147
Map of Maverick ranch


Box 147
Bumper sticker


Box 147
Photographs: album of European trip, 1926; miscellaneous, n.d.


Box 147
Writings-research material



Printed material in Russian
1927, 1929, 1937, 1950, n.d.

Box 147
Federated Press poster


Box 147
Posters from Harlan, KY
1931, n.d.

Box 147
"It's Hard" - musical score
August 1944

Box 147
Organizations



Abraham Lincoln School: Advertisement
1944

Box 147
National CIO Committee to Abolish Discrimination: poster - "I Start Work Today"
n.d.

Box 147
National Committee to Win Amnesty for the Smith Act Victims: "Amnesty poster
n.d.

Box 147
Progressive Party: flier, circa 1951, and newspaper advertisement
27 May 1952

Box 147
Women Strike for Peace, NYT advertisement
1980

Box 147
National Committee for Repeal of the McCarran Act: poster
circa 1964

Box 147
SANE (National Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy: posters, 1957, 1958, 1959; NYT advertisements, 1960, 1969


Box 147
United World Federalists: poster, "World Congress of World Federalists"
1956

Box 147
World Constitution Coordinating Committee: poster
n.d.

Box 147
Subject files-political campaigns



"This 1928 Campaign in Cartoons" by Art Young


Box 147
Newspapers and other printed material re: peace, Russia, strikes, Spanish Civil War, Vietnam war, and Claude Williams


Box 147
Tempe Daily News: advertisements
1958

Box 147
Scrapbook "organized" by friend of J. L. O'Connor celebrating opening of the U. N. in 1945
n.d.

Box 148
Biographical material-homes: blueprints and maps of Little Compton estate (1950) and Lloyd estate, Sakonnet Point (1911?)


Flat File
Writings: Moscow Daily News and other newspapers in Russian
1933, n.d.

Flat File
Memorabilia: posters (mostly in Russian)


Flat File
Subject files: newspaper advertisement - anti-HUAC petition
circa 1961

Flat File

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Subjects
  • Labor journalism--United States--History--20th century--Sources
  • Lloyd, Henry Demarest, 1847-1903
  • American League Against War and Fascism--History
  • Anti-communist movements--United States--History--20th century--Sources
  • Campaign for World Government
  • Civil rights movements--United States--History--20th century--Sources
  • Coal miners--Labor unions--Kentucky--Harlan County--History--Sources
  • Federated Press--History--Sources
  • Haessler, Carl Herbst,
  • Henry Ford Peace Expedition, 1915-16
  • Hull House (Chicago, Ill.)--History--Sources
  • Hutchins, Grace, 1885- --Correspondence
  • Internationalism--History--20th century--Sources
  • Jessie Lloyd, 1904-
  • Josephine, 1892-1969--Correspondence
  • Labor movement--History--20th century--Sources
  • League of Women Shoppers--History
  • Lloyd, Lola Maverick O'Connor,
  • Moscow Daily News--History
  • O'Connor, Harvey, 1897--1987
  • Peace movements--History--20th century--Sources
  • Political campaigns--United States--History--20th century--Sources
  • Popular music writing and publishing--United States--History--20th century--Sources
  • Progressive Party (U.S. : 1948)
  • Radicals--United States--History--Sources
  • Schwimmer, Rosika, 1871- --Correspondence
  • Seeger, Pete, 1919- --Correspondence
  • Social reformers--United States--History--20th century--Sources
  • Socialism--United States--History--20th century--Sources
  • Soviet Union--Social conditions--1917-1945
  • United World Federalists--History
  • Vorse, Mary Heaton, 1874-1966
  • Wallace, Henry Agard, 1888-1965
  • Women and peace--History--20th century
  • Women and socialism--United States--History--20th century--Sources
  • Women journalists--United States--History--20th century--Sources
  • Women radicals--United States--History--20th century--Sources
  • Women's International League for Peace and Freedom
  • World War, 1914-1918--Protest movements


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