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Dorothy Kenyon Papers, 1850 - 1998
69 boxes (29 linear ft.)
Collection number: MS 85

Abstract:
Lawyer, feminist, judge, and political activist. The Kenyon collection illuminates the continuity of social activism around such issues as race, class, poverty, and gender from the 1930s-60s. Topics reflected include worldwide suffrage; abortion rights; minority legal rights; the Equal Rights Amendment; and civil rights. Materials include writings, speeches, organizational records, photographs, memorabilia, and audio tapes of interviews and speeches. Significant correspondents include: Bella Abzug, Florence Allen, Roger Baldwin, Mary Dewson, India Edwards, Felix Frankfurter, Betty Friedan, Hubert Humphrey, Fiorello LaGuardia, Frieda Miller, Constance Baker Motley, Pauli Murray, Edmund Muskie, Eleanor Holmes Norton, Harriet Pilpel, Eleanor Roosevelt, Elihu Root, Anna Lord Strauss, and Harry Truman.

Terms of Access and Use:

Restrictions on access:

The collection is open for research according to the regulations of the Sophia Smith Collection.

Restrictions on use:

The Sophia Smith Collection owns copyright to unpublished works of Dorothy Kenyon. 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
Dorothy Kenyon speaking before the PTA at PS 33 in New York City, 1970

Dorothy Kenyon speaking before the PTA
at PS 33 in New York City, 1970

Dorothy Kenyon, born in New York City on February 17, 1888, was the oldest of three children and the only daughter of prominent patent attorney William H. Kenyon, and Cincinnati, Ohio native Maria Wellington (Stanwood) Kenyon. Raised in the privileged environments of Manhattan's Upper West Side and her family's summer home in Lakeville, Connecticut, Kenyon excelled at the progressive Horace Mann High School from which she in graduated 1904. At Smith College she majored in economics and history and participated in numerous activities ranging from music to championship tennis and hockey. Kenyon was elected to Phi Beta Kappa in her junior year and graduated with an A.B. from Smith in 1908.

Though she often claimed that she had made the decision to become a lawyer when she was still a small child, Kenyon also conceded that she had "misspent" the years from 1908-1913 as a "social butterfly." It was only after a year in Mexico where she observed poverty and injustice at close range that Kenyon acquired her "slant to the left," decided upon her vocation, and transformed herself into a social activist. Kenyon entered New York University Law School at the age of 26 in 1914 and obtained her J.D. degree and admission to the New York Bar in 1917.

Unlike her two brothers Theodore Stanwood Kenyon and William Houston Kenyon Jr. who also became lawyers, Kenyon had a highly developed sense of public obligation kept her from joining the family law firm. Instead she began her legal career in 1917 with a brief stint as a law clerk in the New York firm Gwinn and Deming. Later that year she established herself more firmly in the legal profession through her work for the U.S. government in Washington, D.C., researching wartime labor patterns and collecting economic data for the 1919 Peace Conference. At the end of 1919 she returned to New York City and joined the firm Pitkin, Rosenson and Henderson. In 1925--the year she finally moved out of her father's house and into her own apartment--Kenyon also opened her own law office. In 1930 she joined forces with another woman lawyer, Dorothy Straus. They practiced law as Straus and Kenyon until 1939.

In keeping with her decision to work for social justice, Kenyon devoted a great deal of her energy in the 1930s and throughout her career to a variety of liberal and progressive causes, including the New Deal, women's rights, the labor movement, and consumer cooperatives. She served on the board of the American Civil Liberties Union from its inception in 1930. By the mid-1930s the combination of her legal credentials and her commitment to social justice won her various public appointments. In 1934, for example, she was appointed a member of the New York City Comptroller's Advisory Council on Taxes for the Relief of the Unemployed, and in 1936 she chaired a committee to study procedure in women's courts where she called for more sympathetic treatment of prostitutes and stronger prosecution of the men who patronized them. In 1936 she became the First Deputy Commissioner of Licenses in New York City and in 1937 she served as Vice Chair of the New York Commission of the National Public Housing Conference. Kenyon was a charismatic speaker and she regularly traveled around the U.S. lecturing about civil liberties, the law, women's equality, and numerous other subjects. She often reworked her addresses and published them as articles. Kenyon's writings appeared frequently in a variety of publications ranging from the Smith College Alumnae Quarterl, to American Girl Magazine to the Encyclopedia Britannica. At the end of 1939 Fiorello LaGuardia appointed Kenyon to fill a vacancy on the Municipal Court bench, a position in which she served until November of 1940. Despite her short tenure on the bench, Kenyon was known to many as "Judge Kenyon" for the rest of her life.

Dorothy Kenyon identified herself as a feminist and, though she played only a minor role in the suffrage movement, she served as an officer in several women's organizations that aimed to improve women's status in the 1920s and 1930s. Although she had lengthy and intense romantic relationships with various men (including Walcott Pitkin, Elihu Root Jr., and L.V. Pulsifer) over the course of her adult life, Kenyon was fiercely independent and made a conscious decision not to marry. Throughout her career she devoted special attention to the issues of jury service for women, equality in marriage, the legalization of birth control, and improved educational and economic opportunities for women. Kenyon gained national prominence as a feminist activist in 1938 when she was named the U.S. representative to the League of Nations Committee for the Study of the Status of Women, a group of seven lawyers charged with studying women's legal status internationally. World War II interrupted the committee's work and it was never completed. Kenyon resumed her commitment to improving women's status around the world through her work as the U.S. delegate to the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women from 1946-1950.

Already well-known in academic, legal, and political circles, in 1950 Dorothy Kenyon made national news when Senator Joseph R. McCarthy charged her with membership in numerous Communist-front organizations. Kenyon responded aggressively to McCarthy's accusations by declaring: "He's a lowdown worm and although it ought to be beneath my dignity to answer him, I'm mad enough to say that he's a liar and he can go to hell." As the first person to appear before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee that investigated McCarthy's charges she admitted that she had lent her name to various liberal and anti-fascist organizations, but forcefully denied that she had ever been a member or supporter of the Communist Party.

In the wake of her confrontation with McCarthy, Kenyon received widespread support from the liberal press and from respected public figures such as Eleanor Roosevelt. Her fearless defiance and unabashed condemnation of the Senator and his tactics undoubtedly contributed to his eventual downfall. Despite such vindication, the experience tarnished Kenyon's reputation to the degree that she never received another political appointment. Nevertheless, she sustained her busy law practice and, as progressive social movements resurged in the 1960s, escalated her already intense involvement in both national and local politics.

As a longtime supporter of civil rights, Kenyon prepared briefs for the NAACP Legal Defense Fund and the ACLU, fought segregation in the New York City schools, and participated in numerous civil rights marches. She participated in various aspects of President Johnson's War on Poverty and at age 80 she worked tirelessly and almost single-handedly to establish legal services for the poor on the Lower West Side. She continued her feminist activism throughout the 1950s and 1960s by pushing the ACLU to take a stand against sexist policies and institutions and, once they had done so, working with African-American activist and attorney Pauli Murray on preparing briefs for cases that challenged sex discrimination. In the last few years of her life Kenyon, along with many women of her generation who had opposed the ERA because of the negative implications they believed it held for working-class women, joined the pro-ERA forces. She also joined with much younger feminists in the emerging women's liberation movement where she participated in the 1971 Women's Strike for Equality and in the burgeoning movement to legalize abortion.

In addition to her numerous professional and political commitments, Dorothy Kenyon also maintained a busy social life. She had friends of all ages in New York and around the world, but her closest personal relationships centered around "Barn House," a rustic estate jointly owned by a small group of East coast liberal intellectuals in Chilmark on Martha's Vineyard. Kenyon joined Gertrude and Stanley King, Natalie and Adam Haskell, and Wolcott Pitkin in founding Barn House in 1919. Over the years Barn House members and guests included such notables as Crystal and Max Eastman, Roger and Evelyn Baldwin, Walter Lippman, Felix Frankfurter, and Sylvia Plath, among many others. In order to take advantage of its relaxing yet intellectually stimulating environment, Kenyon participated actively in administering Barn House and spent time there every summer from 1919 until 1971.

When Dorothy Kenyon was diagnosed with cancer in 1969 she concealed the severity of her illness from most people and refused to suspend or even curtail her legal or political work. Active and articulate as an advocate for social justice until the very end, Dorothy Kenyon died one week before her 84th birthday on February 11, 1972.

For for additional biographical information, see Bibliography.

Scope and Contents of the Collection

The Dorothy Kenyon Papers consist of 29 linear feet of material dating from 1850-1998. The bulk of the papers date from 1888-1972 and focus on Kenyon's personal, professional, and political activities. Types of material include personal records and memorabilia; newspaper clippings; interview transcripts; financial records; family correspondence and memorabilia; personal and professional correspondence; published and unpublished writings; speeches; legal documents; organizational records; research files; photographs; miscellaneous notes, lists, and printed matter; and audiotapes of interviews and speeches.

Major subjects reflected in the collection include the status and role of women in the U.S. and internationally, U.S. and international law, domestic and foreign policy, abortion rights, civil rights, civil liberties, consumer rights, the cooperative movement, Democratic Party politics, Senator Joseph McCarthy, U.S. anti-communism, the War on Poverty in New York City, the Equal Rights Amendment, and the Women's Liberation movement. Organizations represented include the ACLU, NAACP, Americans for Democratic Action, various United Nations and League of Nations Committees, Mobilization for Youth, the Citizens Union of NYC, the American Labor Party, and others. The papers offer insight into the life of a pioneering woman lawyer, judge, and political figure. Kenyon was among the first women to gain admittance to the New York City Bar Association. She was active on local, state, national, and international levels in the fight for human rights, women's rights, and civil rights. In addition to illuminating Kenyon's own work for her causes, the papers document 20th century social reform movements in general. Race relations, urban reform policies, court reform, public housing, community development programs, and political activities from the 1890s to the 1970s are some of the many topics addressed in the papers.


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

The collection is open for research according to the regulations of the Sophia Smith Collection.

Restrictions on use:

The Sophia Smith Collection owns copyright to unpublished works of Dorothy Kenyon. 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:

Dorothy Kenyon Papers, Sophia Smith Collection, Smith College, Northampton, Mass.

Additional Formats

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

The Dorothy Kenyon Papers are also available on microfilm in the Sophia Smith Collection and in the circulating collection of Neilson Library. The latter is available on interlibrary loan. A reel index is also available. (Contact the SSC for more information).

History of the Collection

Dorothy Kenyon promised her papers to the Sophia Smith Collection in 1951. Kenyon's brother and sister-in-law W. Houston Kenyon and Mildred Adams Kenyon donated the bulk of the papers in 1980. In 1998 Louise Wilby Knight (the granddaughter of Kenyon's first cousin Katherine Curtis Wilby) donated a small number of additional items including letters and audio-tapes. Additions to the collection are expected from time to time from other family members.

Accruals:

Periodic additions to collection are expected.

Processing Information

Processed by Kate Weigand, 1999.


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Language
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Bibliography

For additional biographical information see:

  • Susan M. Hartmann, The Other Feminists: Activists in the Liberal Establishment (Yale, 1998)
  • Linda Kerber, No Constitutional Right to be Ladies: Women and the Obligations of Citizenship (Hill and Wang, 1998)
  • Notable American Women, 1607-1950; a biographical dictionary (Harvard University Press, 1971)

Sponsor
Encoding funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
Series Descriptions
(1888-1980)
2.8 linear feet

This series includes a variety of material by and about Dorothy Kenyon that documents her personal history, her professional activities, and her wide-ranging accomplishments. It is arranged in the following subseries: Writings about Kenyon, Interviews, Tributes and testimonials, Education, Awards, Honorary degrees, Memberships, Legal documents, Financial documents, Contacts, Calendars, Professional credentials, Funeral records, and Memorabilia. The bulk of the items in this series date from 1920-71. Memorabilia contains a significant amount of material from Kenyon's infancy and childhood, including a meticulously detailed baby book kept by her father, William Stanton Kenyon. Writings about Kenyon includes biographical and autobiographical material, resumes, newspaper clippings and an unpublished scholarly article. The material assembled by Kenyon's sister-in-law and prospective biographer Mildred Adams Kenyon consists of approximately 1 linear foot containing research notes, correspondence, reminiscences, a few photographs, and a complete draft of Mildred Kenyon's unpublished book. This material is particularly rich as it contains a great deal of information about Dorothy Kenyon's childhood and personal life that is not evident in the documents she herself saved. This subseries spans the years from 1924 until 1980 when Mildred Adams Kenyon died. See also oral history tapes in SERIES IX. AUDIOVISUAL MATERIAL.

(1850-1998)
1.6 linear feet

This series consists primarily of correspondence but it also contains financial records, keepsakes, legal documents, memorabilia, newspaper clippings, and writings generated by or about various members of Kenyon's extended family between 1850 and 1998. The series is divided into two subseries: Individuals and Special events. Individuals is arranged alphabetically with material about miscellaneous family members filed at the end of the subseries. Each person's file contains various types of material by or about them. These papers document individuals' lives but they also reveal a great deal about interpersonal relationships, early 20th-century upper-middle-class child-rearing practices, and Kenyon family history. Most of the keepsakes, financial documents, memorabilia and writings in this series originated with Kenyon's father William Houston Kenyon. Special events includes MATERIAL related to William Stanton Kenyon's wedding to his second wife Lestra Kinney Kenyon in 1909, and the multi-generational Kenyon family railroad trip to the Canadian Rockies in 1969. These are also arranged alphabetically and contain material by or about various members of the Kenyon family. See also oral history tapes in SERIES IX. AUDIOVISUAL MATERIAL, and SERIES VIII. PHOTOGRAPHS.

(1917-1971)
3.3 linear feet

This series contains both personal and professional correspondence. Family correspondence can be found in SERIES II. FAMILY. Correspondence related to specific political appointments, organization work or other activities is filed in the appropriate series. This series is arranged in three subseries: General, Friends and associates, and Letters to the editor. General correspondence includes incoming and outgoing letters dating from 1918 to 1972, with the vast majority of the letters generated between 1949 and 1972. This subseries consists of routine personal, professional and political correspondence arranged chronologically. Typical correspondence included here are personal letters congratulating Kenyon on her various achievements, fundraising requests, holiday greetings, invitations, public response mail, RSVPs, and thank you notes. Friends and associates dates from 1917 to 1971 and contains both personal and professional correspondence arranged alphabetically. It includes such significant signatories as Hubert Humphrey, Fiorello LaGuardia, Eleanor Roosevelt, and Harry Truman, among many others, whose letters demonstrate Kenyon's political prominence during the 1930s-60s. This subseries also includes candid and revealing correspondence with some of Kenyon's most intimate associates such as Walcott Pitkin, Gertrude Besse King, Elihu Root, and L. Valentine Pulsifer. Kenyon's Letters to the editor date from 1948-1971 and are arranged chronologically. They address many and varied topics including civil liberties, civil rights, U.S. foreign policy, New York City and international politics, integration, the legal system, and women's rights.

(1925-1972)
3.75 linear feet

Dorothy Kenyon was a prolific writer and a much sought-after speaker. This series contains published articles, unpublished drafts, speech notes and texts, and related correspondence and publicity. It is arranged in five subseries: Correspondence, Articles and addresses, Book reviews, Encyclopedia entries, and Book-length manuscripts, with each of these arranged chronologically. Correspondence includes primarily writing and speaking invitations and negotiations regarding honoraria and travel arrangements dating from 1946-1970. Articles and addresses comprises the largest category in this series. They date from 1925-71, are arranged chronologically, and include notes, drafts, and final versions of articles and speeches with related publicity enclosed. In keeping with her broad involvement in social justice activities, Kenyon wrote and spoke about a large number of subjects including anti-communism, civil liberties, education, internationalism, politics, racism, and women's rights, among many others. See the >Appendix for a listing of articles and addresses by subject.

(1936-1969)
1.25 linear feet

This series contains material that relates directly to Kenyon's legal career. It does not include any client or case files; Houston and Mildred Kenyon, who facilitated the transfer of Kenyon's papers to the Sophia Smith Collection, regarded that material as strictly private. The series is arranged in four subseries: Clients and contacts, Cases, Judicial files, and Research files. Clients and contacts contains lists of Kenyon's clients, lists of the documents and material she held in safekeeping for some of those clients, and contact information for both clients and professional associates. Cases includes appeals, briefs, and motions for cases in which Kenyon was directly involved in her private practice as well as for the American Civil Liberties Union and the New York City Bar Association. These are arranged by case and in chronological order. Judicial files contains a small amount of material Kenyon saved from her short tenure as a municipal judge including a collection of jury charges, an outline of the judge's role during a trial, and one opinion Kenyon rendered as a judge. Research files consists of legal briefs, memoranda, petitions, and printed records of cases in which Kenyon was interested, but not directly involved. These are arranged chronologically.

(1923-1971)
15.0 linear feet

This series--by far the largest one in the collection--documents the wide range of Kenyon's political and professional interests and activities from the 1920s through 1971. Throughout these five decades Kenyon participated in a vast number of social movements including labor, women's rights, civil liberties, civil rights, international human rights, and the fight against poverty. As a proponent of these causes she was active in scores of organizations that covered the spectrum from radical to liberal. Because of her liberal record and her political skill and effectiveness Kenyon was appointed to highly regarded positions as the U.S. delegate to the League of Nations Committee to Study the Legal Status of Women in 1937 and the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women in 1947. For the same reasons she also had to mount a major defense of her political history and reputation after she was targeted by Senator Joseph McCarthy in 1950. The League of Nations, the United Nations, and the McCarthy Hearings--each containing correspondence, committee files, internal memoranda, publications, reports, and research files--represent some of the most important segments of this series. The series is arranged alphabetically by the name of the activity or organization.

The largest amount of material in this series--next to the League of Nations, the McCarthy hearings, and the United Nations--relates to Kenyon's work in the American Civil Liberties Union; to her central role in Chilmark Associates, which managed the Barn House cooperative on Martha's Vineyard; and to her participation in community development activities on the Lower West Side of Manhattan. The ACLU material includes correspondence, committee files, conference programs, newspaper clippings, and research files on issues addressed by the organization such as abortion, race exclusion, sex discrimination, and free speech. Legal cases Kenyon prepared for the ACLU are located in SERIES V. LEGAL PRACTICE. The Chilmark Associates files contain correspondence among members, legal and financial documents, meeting minutes, and reports. Lower West Side Community Development Activities serves as the heading for the large number of organizations that comprised Kenyon's work in the War on Poverty in the 1960s. This material is quite rich and contains correspondence, committee files, minutes, memoranda, proposals, publicity, reports, and financial data for groups such as the Community Corporation of the Lower West Side and Mobilization for Youth. Other major organizations represented in this series include the American Labor Party, Americans for Democratic Action, League for Mutual Aid, the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, and the Women's Strike Coalition.

(1925-1971)
.4 linear feet

This series is arranged alphabetically by subject and includes topics in which Kenyon had a particular interest including abortion, anti-communism, civil rights, conscription of women into the armed forces, the Equal Rights Amendment, jury service for women, the status of women, and the Supreme Court, among others. It appears that Kenyon kept these files in order to save and organize information that she might later use in her speeches and articles. Some of them, such as the file on the Equal Rights Amendment, consist of a variety of material that was clearly gathered over several decades. Others, such as the file on Richard Nixon contain only one item. Types of material included in this series include articles, newspaper clippings, notes, writings by others, and miscellaneous printed material.

(1888-1971)
.75 linear feet

This series, consists primarily of black-and-white photographic prints. It is arranged in the following subseries: Personal and family; Formal portraits of Kenyon alone; Kenyon in professional settings with groups; Kenyon in her United Nations Work; Kenyon at the McCarthy hearings; and Kenyon receiving honors. The series also includes an album compiled by Kenyon's cousin Katherine Wilby that contains photos of Kenyon's and Wilby's European tour in 1908 and numerous photos of the Kenyon and Wilby families during the years between 1900-1910. See also SERIES X. OVERSIZE MATERIALS

(1948-1998)
.25 linear feet

This series consists solely of audiotapes and is arranged in two subseries: Events and Interviews. Events includes recordings of events in which Kenyon participated, including her testimony before the Tydings Senate Foreign Relations Committee in response to McCarthy's charges (1950), and her 80th birthday party (1968). Other MATERIAL relating to these events can be found in SERIES I. BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIAL--Tributes and Testimonials; SERIES VI. ACTIVITIES AND ORGANIZATIONS--McCarthy Hearings; and SERIES IX. PHOTOGRAPHS. Interviews includes interviews with Kenyon as well as interviews with others about her. Two of the three interviews with Kenyon focus on her work with the United Nations in the late 1940s; the third was conducted by Jacqueline Van Voris in 1971 as part of the Smith College Centennial Study. The interviews about Kenyon are some of the most recent additions to the collection. These came from Louise Wilby Knight (granddaughter of Kenyon's first cousin Katherine Curtis Wilby) who interviewed her mother, Frances Berna Knight, in 1997 and Kenyon's nephew, Tipton Kenyon, in 1998. There is a transcript of the Van Voris interview with Kenyon in SERIES I. BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIAL--Interviews. Additional MATERIAL relating to Tipton Kenyon and Louise Wilby Knight can be found in SERIES II.--Family.

(1938-1950)
.25 linear feet

This series includes items too large to be contained in regular archival boxes including certificates and a diploma (see also SERIES I. BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIAL and SERIES IX. PHOTOGRAPHS]; a photograph of a League of Nations function [see also SERIES VI. ACTIVITIES AND ORGANIZATIONS--League of Nations and SERIES IX. PHOTOGRAPHS]; a framed cartoon by Herblock depicting Kenyon's response to McCarthy [see also SERIES VI. ACTIVITIES AND ORGANIZATIONS--McCarthy Hearings], and and oversized LP containing an interview with Kenyon about her work with the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women [see also SERIES VI. ACTIVITIES AND ORGANIZATIONS--United Nations, and SERIES IX. AUDIOVISUAL MATERIAL--Interviews].

Contents List
SERIES I. BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIAL
(1888-1980)


Writings about Kenyon



Short biographies,
1935-72, n.d.

Box 1: folder 1
Resumes,
1950-71, n.d.

Box 1: folder 2
Autobiographical notes and anecdotes,
1970, n.d.

Box 1: folder 3
Newspaper clippings about DK,
1924-73, n.d.


1924-49

Box 1: folder 4-17
1950-73, n.d.

Box 2: folder 1-17
Material collected by Mildred Adams Kenyon for biography of DK:


Box 3: folder 1-19
correspondence, notes, drafts of chapters 1-7


Box 4: folder 1-5
Scholarly article about Kenyon: Susan M. Hartmann, "The Odyssey of a Feminist: Dorothy Kenyon's Career,"
1980

Box 4: folder 6



Transcript of radio interview with Miss Martin,
1939

Box 4: folder 7
Interview with Vivian Lee Rutes in Smith College Alumnae Quarterly,
1940

Box 4
Transcript of radio interview with Dana C. Backus,
1940

Box 4
Transcript of interview re: UN Commission on the Status of Women,
1947

Box 4
Smith Centennial interview with J. Van Voris: transcript,

[see also SERIES IX. AUDIOVISUAL MATERIAL]

1971-72

Box 4
Interview [fragment] with Miss Craig,
n.d.

Box 4
Tributes and testimonials



Party for Kenyon and other members of the UN Commission on the Status of Women: correspondence (including notes from E. Roosevelt and Frieda Miller) and lists,
1947

Box 4: folder 8
Kenyon-United Nations dinner upon her return from Beirut: correspondence (including notes from E. Roosevelt, Molly Dewson, Frances Perkins), invitation, and lists,
1949

Box 4: folder 9
Dinner for Kenyon's birthday: correspondence (including notes from Roger Baldwin, E. Roosevelt, Frieda Miller) and lists,
1953

Box 4: folder 10
Testimonial Dinner in honor of Kenyon's 80th birthday,

[see also SERIES IX. AUDIOVISUAL MATERIAL]

1968


Planning: correspondence and lists,
1967-68

Box 4: folder 11
Birthday greetings (includes Max Eastman, Hubert Humphrey, and Robert Kennedy),
1968

Box 4: folder 12
Memorabilia: invitation, newspaper clippings, notes, program, and speeches,
1968

Box 4: folder 13
Thank you notes,
1968

Box 4: folder 14
Welcome Home Party after hospitalization: correspondence and lists,
Feb 1970

Box 4: folder 15
Education: correspondence, grade reports, and commencement programs,
1904-1917

Box 4: folder 16
1948-71, n.d.

Box 4: folder 17
Honorary degrees: diplomas, nominations and programs,

[see also SERIES VIII. PHOTOGRAPHS and SERIES X. OVERSIZE MATERIAL]

1939-66

Box 4: folder 18
Memberships: cards, certificates, and lists,
1944-71

Box 5: folder 1
Legal documents: passports, driver's licenses, wills, and inventory of DK's estate,
1923-67

Box 5: folder 2
Financial documents



Tax records,
1921-70


Individual: lists, notes, worksheets, completed forms IRS and New York State Finance Administration forms



1921-56

Box 5: folder 3-7
1957-70

Box 6: folder 1
Business: worksheets and forms,
1937-1970

Box 6: folder 2
Income and expense records



General,
1927-62

Box 6: folder 3
U.N. salary receipts,
1949

Box 6: folder 4
Income from Dorothy Kenyon Trust,
1971

Box 6: folder 5
Loans,
1925-40

Box 6: folder 6
Investments,
1921-38, 1965

Box 6: folder 7
Contributions,
1958-71, n.d.

Box 6: folder 8
Cosmopolitan Club receipts,
1949-71

Box 6: folder 9
Miscellaneous: lists and receipts,
1948-71, n.d.

Box 6: folder 10
Payroll account book,
1956-60

Box 6: folder 11
Petty cash account book,
Jan 1959--Apr 1970

Box 6: folder 12
Contacts: address book and lists,
n.d.

Box 7: folder 1
Calendar,
1965

Box 7: folder 2
Professional credentials: certificates and references,

[see also SERIES X. OVERSIZE MATERIAL]

1936-50

Box 7: folder 3
Funeral records: correspondence, guest list, program, obituaries, and transcript of Pauli Murray's eulogy,

[see also SERIES II. FAMILY]

1972

Box 7: folder 4



Baby book,
1888-89

Box 7: folder 5
Correspondence from family on the occasion of Kenyon's birth,
1888

Box 7: folder 6-9
Miscellaneous: childhood writings, cards, and printed matter,
1888-1960s, n.d.

Box 7: folder 10-11
1939

Box 7: folder 12
FBI file,
1949-64

Box 7A: folder 1-3
SERIES II. FAMILY
(1850-1998)


Kenyon's family tree (maternal line),
1998

Box 8: folder 1



Edward Tipton "Tip" Kenyon (Kenyon's nephew) and his wife Kit: correspondence, and eulogy for Theodore Kenyon,
1964-78

Box 8: folder 2
Lestra Kinney Kenyon (William Houston Kenyon Sr.'s second wife and Kenyon's stepmother)



Correspondence,
1907-66, n.d.

Box 8: folder 3
Probate matters: correspondence and will,
1965-67

Box 8: folder 4
Maria Wellington Stanwood "Minnie" Kenyon (William Houston Kenyon Sr.'s first wife and Kenyon's mother): correspondence,
1902

Box 8: folder 5
Mary "Mamie" Kenyon (William Houston Kenyon Sr.'s sister): correspondence and obituary,
1903-50

Box 8: folder 6
Mildred Adams Kenyon (William Houston Kenyon Jr.'s wife): correspondence, newspaper clippings, and wedding announcement,
1935-75, n.d.

Box 8: folder 7-9
Theodore Stanwood "T.O." Kenyon and wives Helen and Sally (Kenyon's brother and sisters-in-law): correspondence,

[see also SERIES IX. AUDIOVISUAL MATERIAL]

1903-72

Box 8: folder 10-12
Theodore Stanwood "Tat" Kenyon Jr. (Kenyon's nephew): correspondence, newspaper clippings, and program,
1938-71, n.d.

Box 8: folder 13
William Houston Kenyon Sr. (Kenyon's father)



Account book,
1881-1929

Box 9: folder 1
Autograph book,
1876

Box 9: folder 2
Bridal book from marriage to Maria Stanwood

[see SERIES X. OVERSIZE MATERIAL]

1887

Box 9: folder 3
Compositions, photos, and letters,
1872-74, 1884

Box 9: folder 4
Correspondence,
1876-1930


Letters from abroad,
1889

Box 9: folder 5
Letters describing trip to Europe,
1892

Box 9: folder 6
Letters to family,
1876-1930

Box 9: folder 7
Diary,
1874

Box 9: folder 8
William Houston "Houtie" Kenyon Jr. (Kenyon's brother): correspondence,
1905-73

Box 10: folder 1-3
J.P. McGavin to A.B. Houston: correspondence,
1850

Box 10: folder 4
Louise Wilby Knight (granddaughter of Kenyon's first cousin Katherine Curtis Wilby): correspondence (including letters to and from Gloria Steinem),

[see also SERIES IX. AUDIOVISUAL MATERIAL]

1987-92

Box 10: folder 5
Clara Kinney Shields, (Kenyon's step-aunt): correspondence,
1950-70, n.d.

Box 10: folder 6
Mary Stanwood Berna Till (daughter of Kenyon's first cousin Katherine Curtis Wilby): correspondence with Louise Wilby Knight,
1987

Box 10: folder 7
Miscellaneous family members: correspondence and newspaper clippings,
1887-1969, n.d.

Box 10: folder 8
Special events



Family trip to Canadian Rockies: arrangements, correspondence, diary, and maps,
1969

Box 10: folder 9
Marriage of William Houston Kenyon Sr. to Lestra Kinney: correspondence and invitation,
1909

Box 10: folder 10
SERIES III. CORRESPONDENCE
(1917-1971)


General,
1918-72, n.d.


1918-Mar 1950

Box 11: folder 1-9
Apr 1950-64

Box 12: folder 1-10
1965-Feb 1968

Box 13: folder 1-9
Mar 1986-71

Box 14: folder 1-15
1971, n.d.

Box 15: folder 1-2
Friends and associates



1970

Box 15: folder 3
Allen, Florence,
1964

Box 15: folder 4


Box 15
1963, n.d.

Box 15: folder 5


Box 15
Bird, Caroline,
1971

Box 15: folder 6
Clarenbach, Kathryn,
1966

Box 15: folder 7
Deming, Barbara,
1964

Box 15: folder 8
Dershowitz, Alan,
1971

Box 15: folder 9
Dewson, Mollie,
1950

Box 15: folder 10
Douglas, Helen Gaghan,
1950

Box 15: folder 11
Draper, Muriel,
1950

Box 15: folder 12
Edwards, India,
1950

Box 15: folder 13
Frankfurter, Felix,
1919

Box 15: folder 14


Box 15
Glasser, Ira,
1970

Box 15: folder 15
Goodell, Charles,
1970

Box 15: folder 16
Height, Dorothy,
1965

Box 15: folder 17


Box 15
Humphrey, Hubert,
1954,1964, 1968, 1971

Box 15: folder 18
Hutchins, Grace,
1964

Box 15: folder 19
Javits, Jacob,
1970

Box 15: folder 20
Kennedy, Robert F.,
1966

Box 15: folder 21


Box 15
Keyserling, Mary,
1964

Box 15: folder 22
King, Gertrude,
1920-1923

Box 15: folder 23-26
Kirchway, Frieda,
1919

Box 15: folder 27


Box 15
Koch, Edward,
1970, 1971

Box 15: folder 28
La Follette, Suzanne,
1923

Box 15: folder 29
LaGuardia, Fiorello,
1936

Box 15: folder 30
Lamont, Corliss,
1950

Box 15: folder 31
Lasky, Victor,
1950

Box 15: folder 32
Lehman, Herbert,
1950

Box 15: folder 33
Marks, Jeannette,
1950

Box 15: folder 34


Box 15
Miller, Frieda,
1964

Box 15: folder 35
1964-69, n.d.

Box 15: folder 36
Murray, Pauli,
1966

Box 15: folder 37
Muskie, Edmund,
1969, 1971

Box 15: folder 38
Myrdal, Alva,
1950

Box 15: folder 39
Norton, Eleanor Holmes,
1970, 1971

Box 15: folder 40
Palley, Marian Leif,
1965

Box 15: folder 41
1964, 1965, 1971

Box 15: folder 42
Pitkin, Mary,
1921

Box 15: folder 43
Pitkin, Winifred,
1922

Box 15: folder 44
1917-39 n.d.


1917-20

Box 15: folder 45-49
1921-39, n.d.

Box 16: folder 1-11
1950-56

Box 16: folder 12-18


Box 16
1950

Box 16: folder 19
Root, Elihu,
1923-39, n.d.


1923-24

Box 16: folder 20-23
1925-39, n.d.

Box 17: folder 1-7
Rosensohn, Samuel,
1919

Box 17: folder 8
1970

Box 17: folder 9
Schneiderman, Rose,
1950, 1968, 1971

Box 17: folder 10
Steinem, Gloria,
1971

Box 17: folder 11
Strauss, Anna Lord,
1950

Box 17: folder 12
1963, 1966

Box 17: folder 13
Tobias, Sheila,
1970

Box 17: folder 14
Truman, Harry S.,
1950

Box 17: folder 15
Tydings, Millard E.,
1950

Box 17: folder 16
Ware, Caroline,
1966

Box 17: folder 17


Box 17
Wright, Alice Morgan,
1950

Box 17: folder 18
Letters to the Editor from Kenyon,
1948-1971

Box 17: folder 19
SERIES IV. SPEECHES AND WRITINGS
(1925-1972)


Addresses & articles



Correspondence re: speeches and appearances,
1944-70


1944-May 1950

Box 17: folder 20-26
June 1950-70

Box 18: folder 1-5
1925-1972, n.d.


1925-35

Box 18: folder 6-14
1936-40

Box 19: folder 1-10
1941-47

Box 20: folder 1-12
1948-53

Box 21: folder 1-11
1954-62

Box 22: folder 1-15
1963-72, n.d.

Box 23: folder 1-9
Book reviews



General,
1936-1951

Box 23: folder 10
Lawrence Lader's book on abortion: correspondence and manuscript,
1966

Box 23: folder 11
Police Power: Police Abuses in New York City by Paul Chivigny, Pantheon Books, correspondence and manuscript
1968:

Box 23: folder 12
Encyclopedia entries



"Law relating to Husband and Wife," typescript,
n.d.

Box 23: folder 13
"Ten Eventful Years," Encyclopedia Britannica, correspondence, notes, and manuscript
1946:

Box 23: folder 14
"Woman Suffrage," Encyclopedia Americana, manuscripts and published entries
1948, 1950, 1958, 1959:

Box 23: folder 15
"Women in the World," Encyclopedia Americana, correspondence, manuscripts, and published entries
1949-1965, 1971, n.d.:

Box 23: folder 16
"Women's Liberation: The Equal Rights Amendment," Encyclopedia Americana, contract, correspondence, and manuscripts
1970-71:

Box 23: folder 17
Books



"A Comparative Study of Techniques in the Holding of Hearings in the Executive Departments of the New York City Government": manuscript,
1937

Box 24: folder 1
Women Must Work (unpublished manuscript in progress), circa ?
1941-42

Box 24: folder 2
Research material: articles, correspondence, newspaper clippings, notes, and printed matter,
1942-43

Box 24: folder 3-4
Reader's report by Mildred Adams,
1942

Box 24: folder 5
"What We Face Today," for Robert L. Carter, Dorothy Kenyon, Peter Marcuse, and Loren Miller, Equality, Pantheon Books, 1965: correspondence, draft, publicity, and reviews,
1964-65

Box 24: folder 6
SERIES V. LEGAL PRACTICE
(1936-1969)


Clients and contacts



Lists of cases, clients, contracts, documents, papers


Box 24: folder 7-8
List of material in file,
1963-72

Box 25: folder 1
Cases



W. Starling Burgess v. Boyd Donaldson, New York Supreme Court, Appellate Division


Box 25: folder 2
Papers on Appeal,
1936

Box 25
Brief for plaintiff-appellant (by Dorothy Straus and Dorothy Kenyon),
1937.

Box 25
Rose Schneiderman v. King Features Syndicate, Inc., New York Supreme Court, Appellate Division: Papers on appeal by Dorothy Straus and Dorothy Kenyon,
1937

Box 25: folder 2
Croton Estates, Inc. v. "John" Ruggiero, Municipal Court of the City of New York Borough of Manhattan, 3rd District: opinion,
1939

Box 25
People of the State of New York v. George Bohnke and Mrs. Henry T. (Eloise) Brown, NY State Court of Appeals: Amicus curiae briefs (by Dorothy Kenyon for ACLU),
1941

Box 25
Lester Follett v. Town of McCormick, SC, Supreme Court of the United States: motion and Amicus Curiae brief (by Dorothy Kenyon for ACLU),
1943

Box 25
Thelma Martin v. City of Struthers, Ohio, Supreme Court of the United States: Amicus curiae brief (by Dorothy Kenyon for American Civil Liberties Union),
1943

Box 25
The Case for Equality in State Jury Service: memorandum (by Dorothy Kenyon and Pauli Murray for ACLU) [in support of ACLU proposal to amend S. 2923 (Civil Rights Protection Act of )- -to deal with the exclusion of women from service on state juries], 1966
1966

Box 25: folder 3
Ida Philips v. Martin Marietta Corporation, Supreme Court of the United States: motion and Amicus curiae brief (by Dorothy Kenyon, Norman Dorsen, Pauli Murray, Melvin Wulf, Joel M. Gora for ACLU),
1969

Box 25
People of the State of New York v. Carmen Barber, New York State Court of Appeals: brief (by Committee on Civil Rights of the New York State Bar Association, The Committee on the Bill of Rights of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York, and the Committee on Civil Rights of the New York County Lawyers Association),
n.d.

Box 25
Paul J. Kern and Wallace Sayre v. Fiorello LaGuardia as Mayor, et al., New York Supreme Court, Appellate Division: Memorandum of Amici Curia (by Citizens Uinion of the City of New York, City Affairs Committee, Community Councils of the City of New York, New York City League of Women Voters, Women's City Club of New York),
n.d.

Box 25: folder 3



Jury charges, unidentified trials,
n.d.

Box 25: folder 4-7
Outline of judge's role at a trial, unidentified trial, [on 4x6 index cards]


Box 25: folder 8
Opinion: Croton Estates, Inc. v. "John" Ruggiero, Municipal Court of the City of New York, Borough of Manhattan, 3rd District,
1939

Box 25: folder 9
Research Files



The Investigation of the Magistrates' Court in the First Judicial Department and the Magistrates thereof, and of attorneys-at-law practicing in said Courts regarding Magistrate Jean H. Norris: opinions and report of Samuel Seabury,
1931

Box 25: folder 10
Petitition to the Congress on behalf of certain Married Women Formerly Employed in the NYC Post Office by New York League of Women Voters,
1934

Box 25
Hearings before the Committee on Military Affairs, House of Representatives, 78th Congress on S. 495, a Bill to establish a Women's Army Corps for Service in the Army of the U.S.,
1943

Box 25
Eugene Dennis, et al., v. U.S.A., Supreme Court of the United States: supplemental petition for rehearing (by George W. Crockett, Jr., Richard Gladstein, Abraham J. Isserman, Louis F. McCabe, Harry Sacher),
1951

Box 25
Elza Leslye Jackson, et al., v. U.S.A., U.S. Court of Appeals, 5th Circuit: printed record, [see box 26]
1964

Box 25
Thelma Bowe, et al., v. Colgate Palmolive Company, U.S. District Court, Southern District of Indiana, New Albany Division: memorandum by Herbert Segal, David E. Feller, Jerry D. Anker, Counsel for Local 14, International Chemical Workers Union for Local 15 International Chemical Workers Union),
1966

Box 25: folder 10
Joint Anti-Fascist Refugee Committee v. Tom C. Clark, Attorney General of the U.S. et al., U.S. Court of Appeals, District of Columbia Circuit: amicus curiae brief (by American Civil Liberties Union),
n.d.

Box 25
Elza Lesly Jackson, et al. v. U.S.A., U.S. Court of Appeals, 5th Circuit: printed record,
1964

Box 26
SERIES VI. ACTIVITIES AND ORGANIZATIONS
(1923-1971)


Abortion Rights Association of New York: correspondence,
1970

Box 27: folder 1
Academy of Political Science: correspondence,
1969

Box 27: folder 2
Ad Hoc Committee on Human Rights: correspondence,
1964

Box 27: folder 3
American Association for the United Nations: clippings, printed material, and correspondence,
1945-66

Box 27: folder 4-5
American Association of University Women



General: clippings and printed material,
1947-55, n.d.

Box 27: folder 6
Massachusetts division: newsletter,
1948

Box 27: folder 7
New York division: correspondence,
1951-68

Box 27: folder 8-10
American Bar Association: correspondence and printed material, s
1950-60

Box 27: folder 11
American Branch of the International Law Association: correspondence,
1965-70

Box 27: folder 12
American Civil Liberties Union

[see also SERIES V--LEGAL PRACTICE]




General: printed material,
1949-65

Box 28: folder 1
Correspondence



General



1949-69

Box 28: folder 2-10
1970-71

Box 29: folder 1-2
Individuals



Catherine East,
1966-69

Box 29: folder 3
Dorothy Height,
1966

Box 29: folder 4
Mary Dublin Keyserling,
1966

Box 29: folder 5
Corliss Lamont,
1966

Box 29: folder 6
Constance Baker Motley,
1966

Box 29: folder 7
Pauli Murray,
1966-71

Box 29: folder 8
Eleanor Holmes Norton,
1966-68

Box 29: folder 9
Esther Peterson,
1966

Box 29: folder 10
Harriet Pilpel,
1965-71

Box 29: folder 11
Board of Directors: biographies of members, minutes,
1954-71, n.d.

Box 29: folder 12-13
Committees



Selection of Judges: lists,
n.d.

Box 29: folder 14
Constitution: correspondence and report,
1968-70

Box 29: folder 15
Due Process: agendas, correspondence, and minutes,
1956, 1960, 1965, 1970

Box 29: folder 16
Equality



General: correspondence, lists, minutes, newspaper clippings, notes, and printed material,
1965-69

Box 29: folder 17
Issues



Collection and Dissemination of Race Data by the Government: correspondence, minutes, proposals, and statements,
1961-67

Box 29: folder 18
Discrimination in Private Organizations: correspondence, minutes, and statements,
1955-66

Box 30: folder 1
Equal Rights Amendment: correspondence, minutes, and proposals,
1959-70, n.d.

Box 30: folder 2
Quotas and Compensatory treatment: agendas, correspondence, minutes, printed material, statements, and typescripts (by Pauli Murray and unidentified authors),
1963-67, n.d.

Box 30: folder 3
Ethics: report,
1962

Box 30: folder 4
Executive: memorandum,
1971

Box 30: folder 5
International Civil Liberties: minutes,
1949

Box 30: folder 6
Special Committee on Resolution: correspondence, minutes, notes, and printed material, 1966
1940

Box 30: folder 7
Conferences: programs,
1947-70, n.d.

Box 30: folder 8
Publicity: clippings,
1951-69, n.d.

Box 30: folder 9
Policy Guide,
1966

Box 30: folder 10
Subjects



Abortion: correspondence, minutes, newspaper clippings, notes, policy statements, and printed material,
1967-70, n.d.

Box 30: folder 11
Biennial Convention of remarks by DK, report, and speech ("Civil Liberties and the War on Crime" by Harriet Pilpel), 1968
1968:

Box 30: folder 12
Bill of Rights: printed matter and publicity,
1955-60

Box 30: folder 13
Church-State: correspondence and magazine clipping,
1971

Box 30: folder 14
Collection and Use of Data on Race, Religion or National Origin: correspondence, minutes, research material, and resolutions,
1958-61, n.d.

Box 30: folder 15
Communism: printed material,
1954

Box 30: folder 16
Equal Rights Amendment: correspondence, notes, printed material, and typescripts (by Kenyon, and Kenyon with Pauli Murray),
1953-71, n.d.

Box 30: folder 17
Integration: reports and speeches,
1956-63

Box 30: folder 18
Internal Security: transcripts of Congressional testimony by Ernest Angell, and Hope Eastman, 1970
1955

Box 30: folder 19
Police authority: speech by Bernard Weisberg,
1960

Box 30: folder 20
Race exclusion in state courts



Press release,
1956

Box 30: folder 21
White v. Cook: briefs, correspondence, decree, notes, publicity, and writ of injunction,
1966

Box 31: folder 1-4
Willis v. Carson: complaint,
1966

Box 31: folder 5
Sex discrimination



General: bills, correspondence, memoranda, notes, proposals (by Kenyon and Pauli Murray), and publicity,
1961-70

Box 31: folder 6
Education: Kirstein et al. v. University of Virginia, U.S. District Court,
1970?

Box 31: folder 7
Inheritance: Sally Reed v. Cecil Reed, U.S. Supreme Court,
1970

Box 31: folder 8
Jury Service: briefs, correspondence, documents, memoranda (by Kenyon and Pauli Murray), newspaper clippings, notes, and printed material,
1935, 1954, 1961, 1966-71, n.d.

Box 32: folder 1-3
Veterans Preference Act: memoranda and notes,
1965

Box 32: folder 4
Speech and protest


Box 32
Coffin, Ferber, Goodman, Raskin & Spock v. U.S.A.: indictment, magazine clippings, minutes, notes, and, publicity,
1963-68

Box 32: folder 5
Wiretapping: correspondence, minutes, notes, and reports
1961, n.d.

Box 32: folder 6
American Committee for Democracy and Intellectual Freedom: correspondence,

[see also McCarthy Hearings]

1940

Box 33: folder 1
American Council on Education: program,
1951

Box 33: folder 2
American-European Friendship Association: programs,
1963-64

Box 33: folder 3
American Federation of Labor-Council of Industrial Organzations: correspondence,
n.d.

Box 33: folder 4
American Friends of the Middle East: correspondence, newspaper clippings, and printed material,
1953-1969

Box 33: folder 5
American Institute of Banking: printed material,
1948-49

Box 33: folder 6
American Jewish Congress: correspondence, programs, and printed material,
1952-59

Box 33: folder 7
American Labor Party: correspondence, newspaper clippings, and publicity,

[see also McCarthy Hearings]

1939

Box 33: folder 8
American Middle East Rehabilitation: correspondence, minutes, and reports,
1964-70

Box 33: folder 9-10
American Near East Refugee Aid, Inc.: correspondence,
1970-71

Box 33: folder 11
American Women's Association: printed material,
1950-51, n.d.

Box 33: folder 12
Americans for Democratic Action: correspondence, newspaper clippings, printed material, and reports,
1950-71

Box 33: folder 13-15
Americans for Public Schools: correspondence,
1967

Box 33: folder 16
Ansonia Independent Democrats: correspondence and program,
1964, 1967

Box 33: folder 17
Association for Humane Abortion: correspondence,
1965

Box 33: folder 18
Association for the Study of Abortion, Inc: correspondence,
1967-70

Box 33: folder 19
Association for Voluntary Sterilization: correspondence,
1965

Box 33: folder 20
Baldwin School: conference program,
1963

Box 34: folder 1
Brooklyn Academy of Music: catalog,
1961-62

Box 34: folder 2
Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences: printed material,
1944-45

Box 34: folder 3
Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters: correspondence,
1968

Box 34: folder 4
Business and Professional Women: correspondence,
1965

Box 34: folder 5
C.A.F.E.: correspondence,
1970

Box 34: folder 6
Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions: correspondence,
n.d.

Box 34: folder 7
Chelsea Action Center: agendas, correspondence, minutes, proposals, and reports,
1969

Box 34: folder 8
Chelsea Against the Stolport: correspondence,
1971

Box 34: folder 9
Chelsea Area Program Committee: correspondence,
1969

Box 34: folder 10
Chelsea Citizens Committee for the All-Day Neighborhood School: printed material,
1957, n.d.

Box 34: folder 11
Chelsea Civil Rights Council: bylaws, correspondence, minutes, and printed material,
1963-67, n.d.

Box 34: folder 12
Chelsea Committee for Family Planning: correspondence,
1965

Box 34: folder 13
Chelsea Committee for Neighborhood Development

[see Lower West Side Community Development Activities]



Box 34
Chelsea Historic District Council: correspondence,
1969-70

Box 34: folder 14
Chelsea Independent Anti-Poverty Action Committee

[see Lower West Side Community Development Activities]



Box 34
Chelsea Meetings for Community Unity, Inc.: certificate of incorporation,
n.d.

Box 34: folder 15
Chelsea Neighborhood Center: correspondence,
1966-67, 1970, n.d.

Box 34: folder 16
Chelsea Save Our Homes and Business Committee: printed material,
1964

Box 34: folder 17
Chelsea Strivers: correspondence,
n.d.

Box 34: folder 18
Chelsea Theater Center: correspondence,
1967-68

Box 34: folder 19
Children to Palestine: program,
1951

Box 34: folder 20



Correspondence (includes Stanley King, Amherst College President; John P. Roche, Special Assistant to Pres. Johnson; Ralph Brown of Yale and ACLU; James McGregor Burns)



1928-65

Box 34: folder 21-25
1966-70

Box 35: folder 1-3
Legal matters



Rights of Way,
1930-1964

Box 35: folder 4-5
Titles and Declarations of Trust,
1919-1958, 1970

Box 35: folder 6
Reports,
1919-1965

Box 35: folder 7
Annual meetings: minutes,
1921-1971

Box 35: folder 8
Treasurer: reports,
1923-63

Box 35: folder 9
Trustees: agendas, contracts, correspondence, financial statements, lists, and memoranda,
1964-68

Box 36: folder 1
Christian Action: newsletters,
1954

Box 36: folder 2
Churches, misc.: correspondence and programs,
1951-67

Box 36: folder 3
Citizens Committee on American Policy in the Near East: correspondence,
1963

Box 36: folder 4
Citizens Committee for Improved Public Transportation: correspondence,
1965

Box 36: folder 5
Citizens Committee for Medicaid: correspondence,
1966

Box 36: folder 6
Citizens Committee to Support the G.E. Strikers: correspondence and printed material,
1970.

Box 36: folder 7
Citizens Committee for Voluntary Hospital Employees: correspondence,
1962

Box 36: folder 8
Citizens Opposed to the New Constitution: correspondence,
n.d.

Box 36: folder 9
Citizen's Union of the City of New York



General,
1960-1970

Box 36: folder 10-11
Committees



Ethics: correspondence, minutes, notes, printed material, and reports,
1954-64, n.d.

Box 36: folder 12
Methods of Judicial Selection: agendas, correspondence, membership lists, minutes, notes, pamphlets, publicity, and reports,
1953, 1961-1969, n.d.

Box 36: folder 13
Steering: calendars, lists, minutes, printed material, and reports,
1964-70

Box 36: folder 14
Subcommittee on Community Development: agendas, correspondence, lists, minutes, notes, and printed material,
1971

Box 36: folder 15
"Towards Better Judges"



Correspondence,
1960-64

Box 36: folder 16-17
Proposals, publicity, and reports,
1960-62

Box 37: folder 1-2
Publications



"A Citizens Guide to Gun Control,"
1968

Box 37: folder 3
"Towards Better Judges,"
1961

Box 37: folder 4
City Affairs Committee of New York: Report on the Seabury Investigation,
1933

Box 37: folder 5
City Planning Commission: correspondence,
1965

Box 37: folder 6
Clinton Planning Council,
1966

Box 37: folder 7
Committee to Abolish the House Un-American Activities Commission: correspondence and newspaper clipping,
1963

Box 37: folder 8
Committee on Civil Rights in Metropolitan New York: correspondence,
1965

Box 37: folder 9
Committee for Community Action: newspaper clipping,
1964

Box 37: folder 10
Committee for Constitutional Reform: correspondence,
1967

Box 37: folder 11
Committee to Defend America by Aiding the Allies: correspondence,

[see also McCarthy hearings]

1940

Box 37: folder 12
Committee on Free Elections in the Dominican Republic: correspondence,
1966

Box 37: folder 13
Committee for Gracie Mansion: correspondence,
1965

Box 37: folder 14
Committee for Legal Abortion: correspondence and reports,
1971

Box 37: folder 15
Committee on National Affairs: petition,
n.d.

Box 37: folder 16
Committee on Women in World Affairs: description,
n.d.

Box 37: folder 17
Community Corporation of the Lower West Side

[see Lower West Side Community Development Activities]



Box 37


Box 37
Conference of Commissions on the Status of Women: agenda, correspondence, and travel voucher,
1966

Box 37: folder 18
Conference on Economic Progress: correspondence (Leon Keyserling),
1964

Box 37: folder 19
Conference Group of U.S. National Organizations on the United Nations: correspondence,
1963-65

Box 37: folder 20
Conference on the Status of Soviet Jews: correspondence (includes letters from Norman Thomas and Martin Luther King Jr.),
1964-66

Box 37: folder 21
Congress of Racial Equality: correspondence (James Farmer),
1963

Box 37: folder 22
Congressional Leadership for the Future: correspondence,
1970-71

Box 37: folder 23
Consumers' Cooperative Services: minutes and newsletter,
1942-48

Box 37: folder 24
Cosmopolitan Club: correspondence,
1968

Box 37: folder 25
Council for the New York State College of Home Economics: minutes,
1956

Box 37: folder 26
Council on Religion and International Affairs: correspondence,
1966

Box 37: folder 27
Courts Committee of Women Lawyers: meeting schedule,
1924

Box 37: folder 28
Democratic County Committee of New York: correspondence,
1965

Box 37: folder 29
Democratic National Committee: clipping,
1940

Box 37: folder 30
Democratic Party of New York County: designating petitions,
1967, n.d.

Box 37: folder 31
Democratic Voters Association: correspondence,
1965

Box 37: folder 32
Descendants of the American Revolution: correspondence,
1939

Box 37: folder 33
Eastern Sociological Society: program,
1961

Box 37: folder 34
Electoral campaigns: printed material and publicity,
1952-69, n.d.

Box 37: folder 35
Elliot-Chelsea Nautical Cadets: newsletter,
1964

Box 37: folder 36
Elliot-Chelsea Tenants Organization: correspondence,
1968

Box 37: folder 37
Encampment for Citizenship: correspondence,
1964-66

Box 37: folder 38
Euthanasia Educational Fund: correspondence,
1939

Box 37: folder 39
Euthanasia Society of America: correspondence and newsletter,
1960, 1964-65, n.d.

Box 37: folder 40
Fellowship of Reconciliation: clipping,
1961

Box 37: folder 41
Fort Hood Three Defense Committee: correspondence (from A.J. Muste),
1966

Box 37: folder 42
Friends Committee on National Legislation: correspondence,
1959

Box 37: folder 43
General Federation of Women's Clubs: pamphlet,
n.d.

Box 37: folder 44
German Exchange Program--U.S. State Department: correspondence (Ruth Woodsmall), grant application, and reports,
1949-50

Box 37: folder 45
Girl Scout Council of Greater New York: correspondence and reports,
1964-71

Box 37: folder 46
GRIPE (National Grass Rooters Interested in Poverty Elimination): correspondence and proposal,
1969

Box 37: folder 47
The Group: schedules,
1944, n.d.

Box 37: folder 48
Hill Club: correspondence and membership list,
1923, n.d.

Box 37: folder 49
Housing and Development Administration: press release,
1968

Box 37: folder 50


Box 37
Inter-American Association for Democracy and Freedom: correspondence,
1965

Box 37: folder 51
Inter-American Commission of Women



Correspondence and memoranda,
1945-47, n.d.

Box 38: folder 1
Printed material,
1948-50, 1955

Box 38: folder 2
Report: "The Nationality of Women,"
1948

Box 38: folder 3
Inter Church Center: directory,
1958

Box 38: folder 4
Institute of International Relations: conference proceedings, directory, and printed material,
1947

Box 38: folder 5
International Alliance of Women: correspondence and printed material,
1960-68

Box 38: folder 6
International Alliance of Women for Suffrage and Equal Citizenship: correspondence,
1943

Box 38: folder 7
International Cooperative Alliance: correspondence,
1944

Box 38: folder 8
International Development Conference: announcement and correspondence,
1966

Box 38: folder 9
International Federation of University Women: correspondence,
1951-53

Box 38: folder 10
International League for the Rights of Man: notes and program,
1968

Box 38: folder 11
Iota Tau Tau: correspondence,
1963

Box 38: folder 12
Japan International Christian University Foundation, Inc.: correspondence,
1963-69

Box 38: folder 13
Jazz Arts Society: newsletter,
1961

Box 38: folder 14
Jewish Labor Committee--Women's Division: conference program,
1950

Box 38: folder 15
Joint Committee of American Agencies on Human Rights: minutes,
1946-50

Box 38: folder 16
La Guardia Memorial Association: correspondence,
1963-67

Box 38: folder 17
Labor Club: program,
1939

Box 38: folder 18
Law Students Civil Rights Research Council: correspondence,
1963

Box 38: folder 19
Lawyers Committee on American Relations towards Vietnam: correspondence,
1971

Box 38: folder 20
Lawyers Committee on American Relations with Spain: correspondence,
1939

Box 38: folder 21
Lawyers Constitutional Defense Committee: correspondence,
1966

Box 38: folder 22
League for Industrial Democracy: correspondence and programs,
1951, 1955, 1964

Box 38: folder 23
League for Mutual Aid: agendas, correspondence, printed material, and programs,
1960-71

Box 39: folder 1-7



General: printed material,
1937-39, 1945

Box 39: folder 8
Committee for the Study of the Legal Status of Women



Overview: background information and founding documents,
1938

Box 39: folder 9
Correspondence



General,
1937-45

Box 39: folder 10-13



Mary Anderson,
1938-40

Box 40: folder 1
Margery Corbett Ashby,
1938

Box 40: folder 2
Carrie Chapman Catt,
1938

Box 40: folder 3
Cordell Hull,
1938

Box 40: folder 4
Mary van Kleeck,
1938

Box 40: folder 5
Ruth Woodsmall,
1938, n.d.

Box 40: folder 6
Minutes,
1938-39

Box 40: folder 7-8
Publicity: press releases and statements,
1938-40

Box 40: folder 9
Research and reports



Statements and Communications from Governments and International Women's Organizations,
1935-36

Box 40: folder 10
Reports


Box 40: folder 11-12
Reports supplied by Women's Bureau of U.S.,
1939

Box 40: folder 13
Subjects



Economic policies: printed material,
1944

Box 41: folder 1
Peace: lists, petitions, and printed material,
1937-43, n.d.

Box 41: folder 2
Women's work: printed material,
1936

Box 41: folder 3
Travel arrangements: contacts, correspondence, reservations, and receipts,
1938-39

Box 41: folder 4-5
League of Women Voters: clippings, correspondence, and programs,
1948-66, n.d.

Box 41: folder 6
Legal Aid Society: fundraising contact sheets, and correspondence,
1965-67

Box 41: folder 7
Legal Defense Fund: correspondence,
1969

Box 41: folder 8
Library Associates of Brooklyn College: constitution, map, and membership list,
n.d.

Box 41: folder 9


Box 41
Lower West Side Community Development Activities

[see also SERIES VIII. PHOTOGRAPHS]




Chelsea Committee for Neighborhood Development: agendas, correspondence, memoranda, proposals, and reports,
1960-70

Box 41: folder 10
Chelsea Independent Anti-poverty Action Committee: description, and correspondence,
1965

Box 41: folder 11
Community Corporation of the Lower West Side



Predecessors



Community Progress Committee



Overview: budget, bylaws, and publicity,
1966

Box 41: folder 12
Correspondence,
1966-67

Box 41: folder 13
Memoranda,
1966-67

Box 41: folder 14
Minutes,
1965-67

Box 41: folder 15
Grievances



General,
1967-70, n.d.

Box 41: folder 16
Jack Bordelay case: correspondence, memoranda, and newspaper clippings,
1967

Box 41: folder 17
Procedures: correspondence and manual,
1966-67

Box 41: folder 18
Programs: budgets, descriptions, proposals, and printed material,
1965-68, n.d.

Box 42: folder 1
Publicity and outreach: newspaper clippings and press releases,
1966-67, n.d.

Box 42: folder 2
Reports,
1966-67, n.d.

Box 42: folder 3-4
Lower West Side Anti-Poverty Board, Inc.



Overview: budget, by-laws, certificate of incorporation, newspaper clippings, and publicity,
1965-66, n.d.

Box 43: folder 1
Correspondence (John Kenneth Galbraith),
1965-66

Box 43: folder 2-3
Minutes,
1965-66, n.d.

Box 43: folder 4
Memoranda,
1965

Box 43: folder 5
Procedures,
1964-66, n.d.

Box 43: folder 6
Proposals and Reports



General,
1965-67, n.d.

Box 43: folder 7
Mitchel Sviridoff reports, vols. I and II,
1966-67

Box 43: folder 8
Community Action Program: application, lists, notes, and printed material,
1964-66

Box 43: folder 9
Miscellaneous: lists, notes, and printed material,
1965, n.d.

Box 44: folder 1
Planning documents: plans for elections and membership,
1966-67, n.d.

Box 44: folder 2
Incorporation: by-laws, minutes, guidelines, and certification of incorporation,
1967, n.d.

Box 44: folder 3
Correspondence,
1967-71, n.d.

Box 44: folder 4
Memoranda,
1967-71, n.d.

Box 44: folder 5
Board of Directors



Correspondence,
1969-71, n.d.

Box 44: folder 6
Lists,
n.d.

Box 44: folder 7
Memoranda,
1967-71, n.d.

Box 44: folder 8
Minutes,
1968-71, n.d.

Box 44: folder 9
Committees



Community: correspondence and minutes,
1967

Box 44: folder 10
Legal Advisory: publicity,
1967

Box 44: folder 11
Personnel: correspondence and minutes,
1969-71

Box 44: folder 12
Proposals,
1967-69, n.d.

Box 44: folder 13
Publicity,
1966-69

Box 45: folder 1
Reports,
1968-69

Box 45: folder 2
Miscellaneous: contacts and lists,
n.d.

Box 45: folder 3
Hudson Guild



General: constitution and correspondence,
1963-70

Box 45: folder 4
Board of Trustees: correspondence and minutes,
1967-69

Box 45: folder 5
Committees



Building: agenda,
1968

Box 45: folder 6
Constitution revision: minutes,
1969

Box 45: folder 7
Council: agendas and minutes,
1965-69

Box 45: folder 8
Neighborhood Development: minutes,
1959

Box 45: folder 9
Program Policy: minutes,
1967-68

Box 45: folder 10
Finances,
1966-68

Box 45: folder 11
Memoranda,
1965-70

Box 45: folder 12
Programs: proposals,
1965-70

Box 45: folder 13
Farm Conferences: minutes, publicity, schedules, and recommendations,
1963-68

Box 45: folder 14
Lower West Side Community Progress Center

[see Community Progress Committee]



Box 45
Mobilization for Youth



Investigation by the City of New York: publicity,
1964-65

Box 46: folder 1
Legal Services



General: assessments, proposals, newspaper clippings, correspondence, memoranda, notes, and petitions,
1965-67, n.d.

Box 46: folder 2
Advisory Board: correspondence, membership lists, memoranda, and minutes,
1967-69, n.d.

Box 46: folder 3
Board of Directors: correspondence, membership lists, memoranda, and minutes,
1967-71, n.d.

Box 46: folder 4
Cases



County of NY v. John DeClef, Sherman Crawford, Ross Graham, Carol Birnbaum, Martha Sells, Judith Santiago, Patricia Rosen, Carol Herman, Alberto Balora: correspondence, memoranda, notes, photos, publicity, and trial transcript,
1969

Box 46: folder 5
Young Lords Party, et al., v New York: motion (includes Mary Kaufman),
1971

Box 46
Twenty-Third Street Association: correspondence, newsletters, and program,
1963-69, 1971

Box 46: folder 6
Lower West Side Community Progress Center

[see Community Progress Committee]



Box 46
Manhattan District Planning Board #4



Correspondence (includes Constance Baker Motley, Borough President, and A. Philip Randolph),
1963-71

Box 46: folder 7
Minutes,
1963-69

Box 46: folder 8



Charges



Senate Foreign Relations Subcommittee's investigation and charges: transcript,
1950

Box 47: folder 1-2
McCarthy's statements about Dorothy Kenyon and description of exhibits: typescripts,
1950, n.d.

Box 47: folder 3
Defense



Letters and statements in support of Dorothy Kenyon,
1950, 1954

Box 47: folder 4
Research and preparation



General: correspondence, lists, memoranda, and research notes,
1950

Box 47: folder 5
American Committee for Democracy and Intellectual Freedom: research notes,
1950

Box 47: folder 6
American Committee for Anti-Nazi Literature: newspaper


Box 47: folder 7
American Committee for the Protection of the Foreign Born: correspondence and printed material,
1940-41, n.d.

Box 47: folder 8
American Labor Party: correspondence and newspaper clippings,
1939-40

Box 47: folder 9
American Lawyers Committee to American Relations with Spain: research notes,
1950

Box 47: folder 10
American Russian Institute: research notes,
1950

Box 47: folder 11
Committee to Defend America by Aiding the Allies: correspondence and newspaper clipping,
1940-41

Box 47: folder 12
Conference on Pan American Democracy: correspondence and research notes,
1939-40, 1950

Box 47: folder 13
Consumers Union: research notes,
1950

Box 47: folder 14
Film Audiences for Democracy: research notes,
1950

Box 47: folder 15
Films for Democracy: research notes,
1950

Box 47: folder 16
Greater New York Emergency Conference on Unalienable Rights: research notes,
1950

Box 47: folder 17
League of Women Shoppers: research notes,
1950

Box 47: folder 18
Milk Consumers Protective Committee: research notes,
1950

Box 47: folder 19
National Council of American-Soviet Friendship: correspondence (includes Corliss Lamont), minutes, newspaper clippings, and research notes,
1944-45, 1949-50

Box 47: folder 20
Political Prisoners Bail Fund Committee: correspondence and research notes,
1941-50

Box 47: folder 21
Spanish Refugee Relief Campaign: correspondence and printed material,
1939-40

Box 47: folder 22
Veterans of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade: correspondence and research notes,
1944-50

Box 47: folder 23
Washington Committee to Lift the Spanish Embargo: research notes,
1950

Box 47: folder 24
Tydings Senate Foreign Relations Committee Hearings: transcript and statement (by Kenyon),
1950

Box 47: folder 25-26
Responses and recollections by Kenyon: manuscripts and notes,
1954, 1971, n.d.

Box 47: folder 27
Mideastern Cooperatives: clippings and newsletters,
1932-69

Box 47: folder 28


Box 47
Modern Community Developers: correspondence
1964-67

Box 47: folder 29
Narcotic Addiction Control Commission: correspondence,
1967

Box 47: folder 30
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc.



Correspondence (includes letters to Ralph Bunche, Senator Paul Douglas, Constance Baker Motley),
1964-66

Box 47: folder 31
Cases



Chatmon et al. v. United States of America in U.S. Court of Appeals,
1964

Box 47: folder 32
Strauder v. West Virginia,
n.d.

Box 48: folder 1
Robert Swain v. Alabama, Supreme Court of the U.S., October term,
1964

Box 48: folder 2
Miscellaneous: notes and printed material,
1957, 1964-65, n.d.

Box 48: folder 3
National Association of Women Lawyers: conference programs,
1945-49

Box 48: folder 4
National Association for the Repeal of Abortion Laws: correspondence,
1969

Box 48: folder 5
National Business and Professional Council, Inc.: correspondence,
1967

Box 48: folder 6
National Businessmen's Council: correspondence,
1967

Box 48: folder 7
National Committee Against Discrimination in Housing: correspondence,
1965

Box 48: folder 8
National Committee for Rural Schools: correspondence,
n.d.

Box 48: folder 9
National Committees of United Church Women: program,
1962

Box 48: folder 10
National Conference of Christians and Jews: correspondence,
1965

Box 48: folder 11
National Conference on Religion and Race: correspondence (includes Martin Luther King Jr., George Meany, A. Philip Randolph, Walter Reuther, Carl Sandburg, and Francis Cardinal Spellman),
1963

Box 48: folder 12
National Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs, Inc.: resolution,
1948

Box 48: folder 13
National Organization for Women: clippings, constitution, correspondence (includes Betty Friedan, Aileen Hernandez, and Ti Grace Atkinson), minutes, and press releases,
1966-71

Box 48: folder 14
National Public Affairs Committee: minutes,
1950

Box 48: folder 15
National Research Council on Peace Strategy: correspondence,
1964

Box 48: folder 16
National Student Association: program,
1964

Box 48: folder 17
National University of Ireland Club: invitation,
1964

Box 48: folder 18
National Women's Political Caucus: correspondence,
1971

Box 48: folder 19
Negotiation NOW: clipping and telegram,
1967

Box 48: folder 20
New Chelsea Club



Correspondence (includes Herbert Lehman, Eleanor Roosevelt, and Robert Wagner),
1959-67

Box 48: folder 21-24
Publicity,
1960-65

Box 48: folder 25
Reports,
1959-60, n.d.

Box 49: folder 1
Speeches by Kenyon and others,
1963-65, n.d.

Box 49: folder 2
Miscellaneous: printed material,
1959-63, n.d.

Box 49: folder 3
New Chelsea Reform Democratic Club



General: agendas, minutes, and printed material,
1966-69

Box 49: folder 4
Correspondence,
1964-71

Box 49: folder 5
New Era Club: clippings and printed material,
1950-54

Box 49: folder 6
The New School: invitations,
1963-64

Box 49: folder 7
New York Association for the Blind: press release,
1941

Box 49: folder 8
New York Business and Professional Men's and Women's Committee: correspondence (includes George McGovern),
1971

Box 49: folder 9
New York City Bar Association: correspondence,
1963

Box 49: folder 10
New York City Council Against Poverty: correspondence, minutes, and publicity,
1967

Box 49: folder 11
New York City Democratic Committee First Annual Dinner: seating list,
1971

Box 49: folder 12
New York Committee for Democratic Voters



Correspondence,
1961-71

Box 49: folder 13
Memos, minutes, and miscellaneous,
1961

Box 49: folder 14
Judicial Convention,
1962

Box 49: folder 15
Patronage Abuses Committee,
1961-64

Box 49: folder 16
New York Conference on the Educational Park: correspondence (includes Constance Baker Motley),
1965

Box 49: folder 17
New York Council for Landmarks Preservation: newsletter,
1965

Box 49: folder 18
New York County Lawyers Association: correspondence and printed material,
1960-64

Box 49: folder 19
New York Democratic Committee: program and seating list,
1971

Box 49: folder 20
New York Democratic State Committee: correspondence,
1965

Box 49: folder 21
New York Department of Licenses: clippings, correspondence, and report,
1936-37

Box 49: folder 22
New York State Association of Trial Lawyers: correspondence,
1965

Box 49: folder 23
New York State Citizens Information Service: minutes,
1971

Box 49: folder 24
New York Teachers Guild: program,
1958

Box 49: folder 25
New York University



General: printed material,
1950, n.d.

Box 50: folder 1
Alumni Association: agendas, correspondence, lists, printed material, and programs,
1959-71, n.d.

Box 50: folder 2
School of Law: correspondence and lists,
1959-71

Box 50: folder 3
New York Urban League: correspondence (includes Jackie Robinson),
1966-71

Box 50: folder 4
New Yorkers for Abortion Law Repeal: correspondence, newsletters, and transcripts,
1970-71

Box 50: folder 5
Office of Economic Opportunity: correspondence,
1965

Box 50: folder 6
Parents Association: printed material,
1959-60

Box 50: folder 7
Petitions: letters, printed material,
1957-66, n.d.

Box 50: folder 8
Phi Beta Kappa: correspondence, invitations, and newsletters,
1954-71

Box 50: folder 9
Pioneer Youth of America: correspondence,
1949, 1965

Box 50: folder 10
Planned Parenthood: correspondence,
1965

Box 50: folder 11
Practicing Law Institute: correspondence,
1964-65

Box 50: folder 12
Project Find



Overview: budget, bylaws, newspaper clippings, and publicity,
1967

Box 50: folder 13
Correspondence,
1967-71

Box 50: folder 14
Programs: documents, lists, proposals, and reports,
1967-71, n.d.

Box 50: folder 15
Proportional Representation Campaign Committee: correspondence,
1969

Box 50: folder 16
Public Affairs Committee: minutes,
1958

Box 50: folder 17
A. Philip Randolph Institute: clippings, correspondence, and program,
1969-70

Box 50: folder 18
Roosevelt, Eleanor Organizations: correspondence and programs,
1964-65

Box 50: folder 19
SANE: correspondence (includes Benjamin Spock), leaflets,
1965-66

Box 50: folder 20
Sheppard Youth Center, correspondence,
1971

Box 50: folder 21



General: convocation and inauguration programs,
1949, 1959

Box 50: folder 22
Alumnae Association: correspondence,
1967-69

Box 50: folder 23
Alumnae College: programs,
1942-56

Box 50: folder 24
Club of New York: correspondence, invitation, and program,
1953-64

Box 50: folder 25
Friends of the Library: invitation and Annual Report,
1959-64

Box 50: folder 26
Sophia Smith Collection: correspondence and printed material,
1959-66

Box 50: folder 27
Snag Club: agendas and correspondence,
1963-68

Box 50: folder 28
Society for Ethical Culture: correspondence, minutes, and programs,
1965-69

Box 50: folder 29
Soroptimists Club: report,
1941

Box 50: folder 30
Students for Democratic Reform at New York University: correspondence and newsletter,
1964

Box 50: folder 31
Taxpayers Campaign for Urban Priorities: correspondence (includes Bella Abzug),
1969

Box 51: folder 1
Testimonial Dinners: correspondence (includes Norman Thomas, Bayard Rustin, and A. Philip Randolph), programs, and publicity,

[see also SERIES VIII. PHOTOGRAPHS]

1950-71

Box 51: folder 2
Town Hall Club: invitation,
n.d.

Box 51: folder 3
Tresca, Carlo Memorial Committee: pamphlet and clipping,
1945-49

Box 51: folder 4
Turn Toward Peace: correspondence,
1964

Box 51: folder 5
Twenty-Second and Twenty-first Streets Community Council: agenda, correspondence, and petition,
1960-61, n.d.

Box 51: folder 6


Box 51
Union for Democratic Action: program,
1945

Box 51: folder 7
United Nations



General: newspaper clippings, and printed material,
1952, 1967, n.d.

Box 51: folder 8
General Assembly



Lists, publicity, reports, and resolutions,
1946-47

Box 51: folder 9
Trusteeship Council: memoranda, questionnaire, and resolutions,
1947, n.d.

Box 51: folder 10
Economic and Social Council



Administration



Calendars,
1948-49

Box 51: folder 11
Document indexes,
1949

Box 51: folder 12
Membership lists,
1946-49

Box 51: folder 13
Non-governmental organizations: communications and recommendations,
1946-49

Box 51: folder 14
Publications



Economic and Social Council Journal,
1946

Box 51: folder 15
Official records,
1947-48

Box 51: folder 16
Record summaries,
1948-49

Box 51: folder 17-18
Reports,
1947-49

Box 52: folder 1
Resolutions



Adoptions,
1947-49

Box 52: folder 2
Drafts,
1947-49

Box 52: folder 3
Rules and procedures,
1946-49

Box 52: folder 4
Ad Hoc Committee on the Organization and Operation of the Economic and Social Council: summary record and recommendations,
1951

Box 52: folder 5
Commission on Human Rights



General: fact sheet,
1947

Box 52: folder 6
Drafting Committee for International Declaration of Human Rights: drafts, minutes, and reports,
1948-50

Box 52: folder 7
Reports,
1946-47

Box 52: folder 8
Session records



7th session in Palais des nations, Geneva: agendas, amendments, resolutions, and summaries,
1948

Box 52: folder 9-10
5th session at Lake Success, NY: agendas, amendments, resolutions, and summaries,
1949

Box 52: folder 11
Subcommission on the Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities: agendas, memoranda, minutes, proposals, reports, and resolutions,
1949-50

Box 52: folder 12
Commission on International Social Policy: fact sheet, position paper,
1948-49

Box 52: folder 13



General: overviews and newspaper clippings,
1946-52, n.d.

Box 53: folder 1
Planning



Conference on the UN and the Special Interests of Women: correspondence, interview transcripts, lists, memoranda, publicity, and reports,
1945-47

Box 53: folder 2
Subcommission on the Status of Women: agendas, correspondence, memoranda, minutes, proposals, reports, and resolutions,
1946-48

Box 53: folder 3
Working Group Concerned with the Commission on the Status of Women: agendas, memoranda, proposals, and reports,
1946-47

Box 53: folder 4
Founding documents: charts, proposals, reports, and resolutions,
1946-48, n.d.

Box 53: folder 5
Administration



Agendas,
1946-48, n.d.

Box 53: folder 6
Membership: biographies, lists, and proposals for new members,
1946-50, n.d.

Box 53: folder 7
Memoranda,
1947-49

Box 53: folder 8
Non-governmental organizations


Box 53
Relations: correspondence, lists, memoranda, notes, and resolutions,
1946-49, n.d.

Box 53: folder 9
Proposals,
1947, n.d.

Box 53: folder 10
Communications,
1946-50

Box 53: folder 11
Networking: correspondence adn lists,
1947-48, n.d.

Box 53: folder 12
Publicity



Newsletters,
1961-65

Box 53: folder 13
Press releases and statements,
1946-50

Box 54: folder 1
Radio broadcast transcripts,
1949, n.d.

Box 54: folder 2
Recommendations,
1949

Box 54: folder 3
Reports and resolutions,
1948-50, n.d.

Box 54: folder 4-5
Session records



First session, Lake Success, NY: summary reports of meetings
1-19, 1947

Box 54: folder 6
Second session, Lake Success, NY:



Preparation,
1947

Box 54: folder 7
Summary reports of meetings
1-12, 1948

Box 54: folder 8
Third session, Beirut, Lebanon



Planning material: minutes, and proposals,
1948-49

Box 55: folder 1
Preparation,
1949

Box 55: folder 2
Summary reports for meetings
39-63, 1949

Box 55: folder 3-4
Post-mortem publicity,
1949

Box 55: folder 5
State Department telegraphic summaries,
1947-48

Box 55: folder 6-7
Miscellaneous: invitation and notes,
1951, n.d.

Box 55: folder 8
Correspondence



General



1945-46

Box 55: folder 9-11
1947-Mar 1948

Box 56: folder 1-13
Apr 1948-49

Box 57: folder 1-15
1950-53

Box 58: folder 1



Dean Acheson,
1948-49

Box 58: folder 2
Florence Allen,
1947

Box 58: folder 3
Margery Corbett Ashby,
1947-49

Box 58: folder 4
Mary McLeod Bethune,
1947-48

Box 58: folder 5
Carrie Chapman Catt,
1946-47

Box 58: folder 6
Mary (Molly) Dewson,
1949

Box 58: folder 7
India Edwards,
1948

Box 58: folder 8
Katherine Ellickson,
1946

Box 58: folder 9
Felix Frankfurter,
1949

Box 58: folder 10
Emmy Freundlich,
1947-48

Box 58: folder 11
Hubert Humphrey,
1948

Box 58: folder 12
Fiorello LaGuardia,
1946

Box 58: folder 13
Frieda Miller,
1945-49

Box 58: folder 14
Alva Myrdal,
1949

Box 58: folder 15
Pauline Newman,
1946

Box 58: folder 16
Eleanor Roosevelt,
1946

Box 58: folder 17
Dean Rusk,
1948-49

Box 58: folder 18
Rose Schneiderman,
1946-49

Box 58: folder 19
Anna Lord Strauss,
1947-49

Box 58: folder 20
Ruth Woodsmall,
1948-49

Box 58: folder 21
Addresses and articles by Kenyon

[see also SERIES VI ARTICLES AND ADDRESSES]



Box 59: folder 1
Subjects (and issues)



Education: resolutions and statements,
1948-49, n.d.

Box 59: folder 2
Enfranchisement: resolutions and printed material,
1947-48

Box 59: folder 3
German women: memoranda and speech by E. Roosevelt,
1947-49

Box 59: folder 4
Greek women: typescripts,
1948-49

Box 59: folder 5
Housing: proposals and resolutions,
n.d.

Box 59: folder 6
International Congress of Women [see Women's International Democratic Federation below]


Box 59
Legal status: correspondence and typescripts,
1946-49, n.d.

Box 59: folder 7
Marriage: reports and resolutions,
1948-50

Box 59: folder 8
Nationality: notes, proposals, reports, and resolutions:
1947-50, n.d.

Box 59: folder 9-10
Political rights: proposals, reports, and resolutions,
1946-50

Box 59: folder 11
Prostitution: legal documents, printed material, and resolutions,
1947-48

Box 59: folder 12
Public service and office-holding: memoranda, reports, and resolutions,
1948-51

Box 59: folder 13
Public opinion: resolutions and reports,
1948

Box 59: folder 14
Questionnaire on the Legal Status and Treatment of Women



Discussion and planning: memoranda, notes, proposals,
1947-49, n.d.

Box 59: folder 15
Drafts



Part I,
1946-49

Box 59: folder 16
Part II,
1949

Box 59: folder 17
Part III,
1949

Box 59: folder 18
Entire document,
n.d.

Box 60: folder 1
Replies,
1947, 1949

Box 60: folder 2
Resolutions and Reports,
1948, n.d.

Box 60: folder 3
Religion: resolution,
1948

Box 60: folder 4
Social Policy in Non-Metropolitan Territories: printed material,
1947

Box 60: folder 5
Soviet women: newspaper clippings, reports, and statements,
1948-49

Box 60: folder 6
Women's International Democratic Federation: correspondence and statements,
1945-47

Box 60: folder 7
Working women: notes, printed matter, programs, resolutions and reports,
1946-50

Box 60: folder 8
United Nations International School: correspondence and printed material,
1952, 1964

Box 61: folder 1
United Negro College Fund: programs,
1951, 1955-56

Box 61: folder 2
United Neighborhood Houses: invitation and program,
1951-1954

Box 61: folder 3
University of Texas--Phi Beta Kappa Investigation: bulletin and report,
1946

Box 61: folder 4
USO of New York City: correspondence,
1966

Box 61: folder 5
Village Independent Democrats: correspondence,
1966

Box 61: folder 6
Virginia Women's Forum: program,
1949

Box 61: folder 7
Voluntary Organizations and a World Without War Conference: correspondence,
1964

Box 61: folder 8
West Side Community Conference: correspondence,
1966

Box 61: folder 9
Western College for Women: clipping, newsletter, and program,
1966

Box 61: folder 10
Woman's Forum: pamphlets and programs,
1946, 1952

Box 61: folder 11
Woman's Rights Centennial: program,
1948

Box 61: folder 12
Women in World Affairs: correspondence, invitations, lists of delegates and attendees, programs, publicity, and seating chart

[see OVERSIZED MATERIAL], 1953-54



Box 61: folder 13
Women's American ORT: program,
1945

Box 61: folder 14
Women's Bar Association: correspondence,
1971

Box 61: folder 15
Women's City Club of Cleveland: correspondence,
1948

Box 61: folder 16
Women's City Club of New York, Inc.: correspondence, newsletters, and programs,
1949-70

Box 61: folder 17
Women's Conference Group: correspondence and publicity,
1949, 1966

Box 61: folder 18
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom: correspondence and publicity,
1947, 1960

Box 61: folder 19
Women's Medical College of Pennsylvania: clippings, correspondence, invitations, newsletters, and programs,
1953-1971, n.d.

Box 61: folder 20
Women's Organization for World Order: program,
1936

Box 61: folder 21
Women's Strike Coalition: correspondence (includes Betty Friedan), programs, and publicity,
1970-71

Box 61: folder 22
Women's Strike for Equality: correspondence (includes Gloria Steinem), and publicity,
1970

Box 61: folder 23
Women's Trade Union League: agenda and program,
1949-50

Box 61: folder 24
Women's University Club: correspondence and invitations,
1951-62

Box 61: folder 25
Workers Defense League: correspondence and invitations,
1949-71

Box 61: folder 26
Workman's Circle: correspondence and newsletter,
1964

Box 61: folder 27
YWCA: clippings, correspondence, invitations, minutes, and publicity,
1949-66

Box 61: folder 28
Youth Board Urban Residence: correspondence and printed material,
1967-68

Box 61: folder 29
SERIES VII. SUBJECTS
(1925-1971)


Abortion: clippings and printed material,

[see also SERIES VI. ACTIVITIES AND ORGANIZATIONS]

1968-71

Box 61: folder 30
Anti-communism: clippings,
1948-62,n.d.

Box 61: folder 31
Civil rights: clippings and printed material,
1958-68, n.d.

Box 61: folder 32
Conscription of women: notes and printed material,
1943, n.d.

Box 61: folder 33
Displaced persons: printed material,
1943

Box 61: folder 34
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission: printed material, reports, and correspondence,
1966-67

Box 62: folder 1
Equal pay bill: correspondence and printed material,
1943-44

Box 62: folder 2
ERA: memoranda, correspondence, and printed material,

[see also SERIES IV. SPEECHES AND WRITINGS]

1938-70, n.d.

Box 62: folder 3
Eugenics: printed material,
1933-38

Box 62: folder 4
1966-71

Box 62: folder 5
International politics: clippings,

[see also SERIES VI. ACTIVITIES AND ORGANIZATIONS]

1940-60

Box 62: folder 6
Jury service for women: clipping,

[see also SERIES V. LEGAL PRACTICE]

1935

Box 62: folder 7
Kennedy, Robert F. Memorial Meeting: program and correspondence,
1963

Box 62: folder 8
Legal system: clippings,
1938-46

Box 62: folder 9
New York public transportation: clipping,
1947

Box 62: folder 10
Nixon, Richard M: clipping,
1956

Box 62: folder 11
Pitkin, Winifred: printed material,

[see also SERIES III. CORRESPONDENCE and SERIES VIII. PHOTOGRAPHS]

1960

Box 62: folder 12
Roosevelt, Franklin D. Memorial Meeting: invitation,
1945

Box 62: folder 13
Status of women, international: clippings and printed material,

[see also SERIES IV. SPEECHES AND WRITINGS , SERIES V. LEGAL PRACTICE , and SERIES VI. ACTIVITIES AND ORGANIZATIONS]

1945-60

Box 62: folder 14
Strauss, Dorothy S.: clipping,
1960

Box 62: folder 15
Sumner, Jessie: clipping,
1944

Box 62: folder 16
Supreme Court of U.S.: clippings, printed material,

[see also SERIES IV. LEGAL PRACTICE]

1959-62

Box 62: folder 17
Vietnam: correspondence,
1965-66

Box 62: folder 18
Working women: notes, printed material,
1939-46

Box 62: folder 19
SERIES VIII. PHOTOGRAPHS
(1888-1971)


Personal,
1888-1910


Kenyon at about age 5, circa
1893

Box 63: folder 1
Kenyon at about age 7, circa
1895

Box 63
Kenyon with William, Minnie, and Theodore Kenyon, mid
1880s

Box 63
Kenyon and parents William and Minnie Kenyon, circa
1888

Box 63
Kenyon and Ruth Wilby, circa
1888

Box 63: folder 1
Houston Kenyon's "sambo" doll in New York City, circa
1890s

Box 63
Kenyon with Minnie and Theodore Kenyon, circa
1890s

Box 63
Kenyon with William and Minnie Kenyon; Katherine, Eleanor, Louise and Ruth Wilby; Grandmother Kenyon, and Houston Kenyon, circa
1890s

Box 63
Robert Kenyon, Mr. and Mrs. Alan Kenyon, Sue (Sawyer?), William and Mary Kenyon, Theodore Kenyon, Robert Kenyon, Sr., Douglas and Ross Kenyon,
1900

Box 63
Kenyon at age
13, 1901

Box 63
Kenyon, Theodore, and Houston,
1901

Box 63
Kenyon with Maria Stanwood and Houston Kenyon, circa
1905

Box 63
Kenyon with William and Houston Kenyon,
1906

Box 63
Kenyon with William Kenyon at Smith College,
1906

Box 63
Kenyon with Smith classmates in New York City (3 photos),
1906-08

Box 63
Kenyon with Katherine Wilby Berna, William and Minnie Kenyon, and Mary Berna,
1907

Box 63
Houston Kenyon's 10th birthday party,
1910

Box 63
Photograph of portrait of Kenyon as a girl,
n.d.

Box 63
Kenyon with Mary Townley, Susan Sanger, Rebecca, Robert, William, Mary, and Allen Kenyon,
n.d.

Box 63
Kenyon and Houston in New York,
n.d.

Box 63
Personal,
1880-1910, n.d. (larger prints)


Editorial board of Horace Mann School literary magazine The Manikin,
1904

Box 63: folder 2
Smith College class of riding in wagon, 1908
1908

Box 63
Kenyon with others in Mexico City, circa
1909-10

Box 63
Various Kenyons and Kinneys in Mexico City, circa
1909-10

Box 63
Kilmarnock Cross from three different angles,
n.d.

Box 63
Kenyon as a young girl,
n.d.

Box 63
Personal,
1920s-1972, n.d.


Kenyon with Katherine Wilby Berna on porch at Lakeville, CT, circa
1920

Box 63: folder 3
Kenyon with Katherine Wilby Berna, Mary Berna, and William Kenyon Sr. in Lakeville, CT,
1920

Box 63
Canadian Rockies,
1921

Box 63
Chilmark,
circa 1920s

Box 63
Kenyon with Houston Kenyon and "Figgie" Wilby in front of "Ducksnolan," circa
1930s

Box 63
Thanksgiving at Theodore Kenyon's house, circa
1938-39

Box 63
Winifred Pitkin at Santiago Tuxtla,
1957

Box 63
Kenyon and others,
1961-65

Box 63
Kenyon and others at Chilmark,
1968

Box 63
Kenyon and Theodore Kenyon,
1968

Box 63
Kenyon and her secretary Mrs. Elsie Simons,
1971

Box 63: folder 3
Kenyon next to green station wagon,
1971

Box 63
Kenyon seated next to unidentified woman,
n.d.

Box 63
Windy Gates estate at Martha's Vineyard,
n.d.

Box 63
Cordelia Fuller as a child,
n.d.

Box 63
Unidentified man steering boat,
n.d.

Box 63
Ted, Jonathan, David and Jim Kenyon,
n.d.

Box 63
Andy Jameson,
n.d.

Box 63
R.N. Kenyon, Minnie Kenyon and William Kenyon on conveyor belt,
n.d.

Box 63
L.V. Pulsifer's home, Houghton Farm,
n.d.

Box 63
Christmas photographs



Fuller children on camelback,
n.d.

Box 63
Jessica and Alison Hopfield,
n.d.

Box 63
Pete, Charlie, John, Dave and Ellen Fisher,
n.d.

Box 63
Karraker children,
n.d.

Box 63
Fuller children in front of brick wall,
n.d.

Box 63
Fuller children leaning against tree,
n.d.

Box 63
Son of Helen and Michael Brown,
n.d.


Furman children,
n.d.

Box 63: folder 3
Carrie Chapman Catt,
n.d.

Box 63
Kenyon alone,
1920s-70s


Kenyon headshot and with vase, circa
1920s

Box 63: folder 4
Kenyon when she joined New York Bar Association, circa
1936

Box 63
Kenyon in judge robe,
1939

Box 63
Kenyon's campaign photograph,
1939

Box 63
Kenyon in glasses,
1939

Box 63
Geneva,
1939

Box 63
Kenyon in hat,
1939

Box 63
Kenyon (perhaps on her way to Sweden),
1940

Box 63
Kenyon, [1 8x10, 1 4x6]
1940

Box 63
Kenyon,
1948

Box 63
Drawing of Kenyon for "Spotlight" in Chelsea News,
1963

Box 63
Kenyon in white blouse with enormous sleeves,
1970?

Box 63
Kenyon alone,
n.d.


Drawing of Kenyon by Gynla (?) Fikey,
n.d.

Box 63: folder 5
Kenyon passport photo,
n.d.

Box 63
Kenyon at desk,
n.d.

Box 63: folder 5
Kenyon (head shot),
n.d.

Box 63
Kenyon in polka-dot dress,
n.d.

Box 63
Kenyon with telephone,
n.d.

Box 63
Kenyon,
n.d.

Box 63
Kenyon writing at desk,
n.d.

Box 63
Kenyon in floral dress (3 poses),
n.d.

Box 63
Kenyon wearing long necklace,
n.d.

Box 63
Kenyon in front of law books,
n.d.

Box 63: folder 5
Kenyon in hat with bow and fur collar,
n.d.

Box 63
Kenyon with book,
n.d.

Box 63
Professional



United Nations work,
1948-49, n.d.


Kenyon with A. Hamid Ali,
1948

Box 63: folder 6
Kenyon with women standing on stone ruin, probably in Beirut,
1949

Box 63
Kenyon at Interlaken,
n.d.

Box 63
Kenyon seated at table with unidentified women,
n.d.

Box 63
Kenyon and two unidentified women before American flag,
n.d.

Box 63: folder 6
Kenyon with unidentified woman in head scarf,
n.d.

Box 63
Kenyon with four unidentified women, official U.N. photograph,
n.d.

Box 63
McCarthy hearings, March
1950


Kenyon at home with political cartoons,
1950

Box 64: folder 1
Kenyon testifying before Senate Foreign Relations Committee,
1950

Box 64
Honorary,
n.d.

Box 64
Kenyon receiving book States' Laws on Race and Color,
n.d.

Box 64: folder 2
Kenyon and two others in academic robes,
n.d.

Box 64
Kenyon and four others in academic robes in front of books,
n.d.

Box 64
Kenyon and four others in academic robes outdoors (probably at Smith College),
n.d.

Box 64
Kenyon and others standing around a table,
n.d.

Box 64
Kenyon shaking hands with an unidentified woman,
n.d.

Box 64
Kenyon receiving academic recognition,
n.d.

Box 64
Kenyon speaking at Hotel New Yorker,
n.d.

Box 64
Kenyon and others on stage in academic robes,
n.d.

Box 64
Kenyon receiving academic hood,
n.d.

Box 64: folder 2
Kenyon and unidentified man standing under large portrait of Franklin D. Roosevelt,
n.d.

Box 64
Professional groups,
1938-70, n.d.


Kenyon at Palais de Nations in Geneva,
1938

Box 64: folder 3
Kenyon with Fiorello LaGuardia and others,
c. 1940s

Box 64
Kenyon with Eleanor Roosevelt and others,
c. 1940s

Box 64
Kenyon and Otis Wiese, editor-in-chief of McCall's Magazine,
1947

Box 64
Kenyon and Axel Gjores (of Sweden),
1948

Box 64
Kenyon and Madihael Atheri, Mayda Haidary-Mahmoud, and Adiba Ibrahim Rufat (all of Iraq),
1949

Box 64
Kenyon and others on "Meet the Press,"
1970

Box 64: folder 4
Speech at Menorah Temple,
1950

Box 64
Kenyon with unidentified people, circa
1950

Box 64
Kenyon and others at her 80th birthday dinner,
1968

Box 64
Kenyon speaking before PTA,
1970

Box 64
Kenyon with A. Philip Randolph,
n.d.

Box 64
Kenyon at unidentified event,
n.d.

Box 64
Kenyon and others at Waldorf Astoria,
n.d.

Box 64: folder 5
Kenyon and others in academic robes,
n.d.

Box 64
Kenyon and others,
n.d.

Box 64
Kenyon and others (perhaps American delegation to Chile),
n.d.

Box 64
Kenyon and Fanny Hurst,
n.d.

Box 64
Kenyon and Cornelia Otis Skinner,
n.d.

Box 64
Kenyon with Cornelia Otis Skinner and others,
n.d.

Box 64
Kenyon and a group of unidentified women,
n.d.

Box 64
Kenyon and others at an unidentified celebration,
n.d.

Box 64
Kenyon and others (perhaps U.N. Commission on the Status of Women),
n.d.

Box 64: folder 6
Kenyon at banquet with Eleanor Roosevelt and others,
n.d.

Box 64: folder 7
Kenyon and an unidentified group of women,
n.d.

Box 64
Kenyon and three unidentified men,
n.d.

Box 64
Kenyon and an unidentified group of women,
n.d.

Box 64
Kenyon at unidentified party,
n.d.

Box 64
Kenyon with unidentified people,
n.d.

Box 64
Kenyon with three unidentified people,
n.d.

Box 64
Kenyon and two unidentified men,
n.d.

Box 64: folder 7
Kenyon and others,
n.d.

Box 64
Kenyon and others,
n.d.

Box 64
Photo Album: Kenyon's trip to Europe; Kenyon, Stanwood and Wilby families,
c. 1900-10

Box 64
Note:
SERIES IX. AUDIOVISUAL MATERIAL
(1948-1998)


80th birthday greeting for Kenyon from Jacob Karl in Feb 1968: 3 3/4" reel- to-reel tape

[see also SERIES I. BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIAL-Tributes and testimonials]



Box 65
Dorothy Kenyon Testimonial Dinner, 7" reel-to-reel tape

[see also SERIES I. BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIAL-Tributes and testimonials]

22 Feb, 1968:

Box 65
DK interview with Jacqueline Van Voris for Smith Centennial Study, cassette tape

[see also SERIES I. BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIAL-Interviews]

14 Jun, 1971:

Box 65
Miscellaneous events including interview with DK on Roger Baldwin's message to DK on her 80th birthday, charges by McCarthy, DK's response to Tydings Committee, 1950: cassette tape

[see also SERIES I. BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIAL-Tributes and testimonials]

22 Feb, 1968,

Box 65
Recorded interview (on 16" LP) with Kenyon as U.S. delegate to UN Commission on the Status of Women and Ruth Bryan Rhode, former U.S. Minister to Denmark with Dorothy Lewis, Coordinator, Women's Broadcasts, U.N.,

[see SERIES X. OVERSIZE MATERIAL ; SEE also SERIES VI. ACTIVITIES AND ORGANIZATIONS-United Nations Commission on the Status of Women]

n.d.

Box 65
Recorded interview (on audio cassette) of Frances Berna Knight by Louise Wilby Knight about Kenyon family, Sarasota, Florida,
29 December 1997.

Box 65
Recorded interview (on 2 audio cassettes) of Edward Tipton "Tippy" Kenyon (DK's nephew) by Louise Wilby Knight, Chilmark, Massachusetts,
6 October 1998

Box 65
SERIES X. OVERSIZE MATERIAL
(1938-1950)


Certificate of admission to practice before Supreme Court,
1938

Box 66
Photograph of luncheon in honor of Kerstin Hesselgren, member of Swedish Parliament and of League of Nations Committee on the Legal Status of Women, Hotel Delmonico,
July 27, 1938

Box 66
Certificate of appointment to United Nations Commission on the Status of Women, [signed by Harry Truman and Dean Acheson]
1946

Box 66
Certificate of appointment to United Nations Commission on the Status of Women, [signed by Harry Truman]
1947

Box 66
Smith College honorary degree, L.D.,
1948

Box 66
Cartoon by Herblock re: McCarthy's charges against DK (framed),
1950

Box 66
Recorded interview (on 16" LP) with DK as U.S. delegate to UN Commission on the Status of Women and Ruth Bryan Rhode, Former U.S. Minister to Denmark with Dorothy Lewis, Coordinator, Women's Broadcasts, U.N.,
n.d.

Box 66
Bridal book of William H. Kenyon and Maria Stanwood,
1887

Box 67
Index card file created by Mildred Adams Kenyon


Box 68
Photo Album: Kenyon's trip to Europe; Kenyon, Stanwood and Wilby families, circa
1900-10

Box 69
Campaign poster,
1939

Flat file
BOOKS FROM KENYON'S LIBRARY (on shelf)



Buckley, William F. and L. Brent Bozell. McCarthy and His Enemies: The Record and its Meaning. Chicago: Henry Regnery Co.,
1954


Dilling, Elizabeth. The Red Network: A "Who's Who" and Handbook of Radicalism for Patriots. Chicago: published by author, . [Inscription inside cover reads: "To Rose Schneiderman whose forthright championship of the 'underdog' has made her a target of the fleas. Affectionately, Lillian."]
1934


Fuess, Claude Moore. Stanley King of Amherst. New York: Columbia University Press,
1955


Hapgood, Norman ed. Professional Patriots. New York: Albert and Charles Boni,
1927


Kenyon, Dorothy. Married Woman's Bill of Rights. New York: Liveright Publishing Corporation,
1943


Markmann, Charles Lam. The Noblest Cry: A History of the ACLU. New York: St. Martins Press,
1965


Park, Maud Wood. Front Door Lobby. Boston: Beacon Press,
1960



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Subjects
  • Abortion--Law and legislation--United States--History--Sources
  • Abzug, Bella S., 1920- --Correspondence
  • Allen, Florence Ellinwood, 1884-1966--Correspondence
  • American Civil Liberties Union--History--Sources
  • Anti-communist movements--United States--History--Sources
  • Baldwin, Roger, 1884-1981--Correspondence
  • Chilmark (Mass.)--History--Sources
  • Citizen's Union (New York, N.Y.)
  • Civil rights--United States--History--20th century--Sources
  • Consumer cooperatives--United States--History--Sources
  • Consumers' League of New York City--History.
  • Equal rights amendments--United States--History--Sources
  • Feminists--United States---History--20th century--Sources
  • Kenyon, Dorothy, 1888-1972
  • King, Gertrude Louisa Besse, 1881-1923
  • King, Stanley, 1883-1951
  • La Guardia, Fiorello H. (Fiorella Henry), 1882-1947
  • League of Nations. Committee for the Study of the Legal Status of Women
  • McCarthy, Joseph, 1908-1957
  • Mobilization for Youth--History--Sources
  • NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund--History--Sources
  • New York (N.Y.)--Social conditions--20th century--Sources
  • Pitkin, Walcott Homer, 1881- --Correspondence
  • Smith College--Students--History--Sources
  • United Nations Commission on the Status of Women--History--Sources
  • United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Foreign Relations--History--Sources
  • Women (International law)--History--Sources
  • Women judges--United States--History--Sources
  • Women--Legal status, laws, etc.--History--20th century--Sources

Contributors
  • Baldwin, Roger, 1884-1981
  • King, Gertrude Louisa Besse, 1881-1923
  • Pitkin, Walcott Homer, 1881-
  • Pulsifer, Lawson Valentine, 1881-1957
  • Root, Elihu, 1881-1967
  • Schneiderman, Rose, 1882-
  • Woodsmall, Ruth, 1883-1963


Appendix: Dorothy Kenyon's Addresses and Articles by Subject

Listed chronologically under the following subjects: Anti-communism; Civil liberties; Civil rights and racism; Consumer and cooperative issues; Education; Labor issues; League of Nations; The Law and the legal profession; Political campaigns; Politics and political activism; Poverty; Tributes and introductions; United Nations and internationalism; Women's status and women's rights; World War II and American foreign policy; Miscellaneous.

Anti-communism (including McCarthyism)
Notes for address at meeting concerning Dies Committee 12/39Box 19
Untitled notes for speech about Dies Committee and free speech issues 1940Box 19
Untitled notes for remarks about subversiveness to Labor Club 1/40Box 19
Untitled remarks regarding Dies Committee at Y.W.C.A. 4/40Box 19
Untitled remarks for ACLU 6/40Box 19
Untitled notes ["Congressional investigations when properly conducted"] 7/42Box 20
"Are Our Civil Rights in Danger?" (remarks for radio broadcast) 3/48Box 21
"The Image of the Thing We Hate," article for unidentified publication 4/50Box 21
Untitled notes for "Meet the Press" broadcast ["need for Congressional immunity"]: manuscript 4/50Box 21
"The Image of the Things We Hate Summer 1950Box 21
"McCarran Act," speech delivered to Americans for Democratic Action-Bensonhurst 11/50Box 21
"Man Becomes the Image of the Things He Hates," speech delivered at Cosmopolitan Club 1/51Box 21
"A New Pilgrim's Progress 2/51Box 21
"Threats to American Freedom," notes for speech delivered to Public Affairs Committee of YWCA 5/51Box 21
"Threats to American Freedom," notes for speech before Far Rockaway Americans for Democratic Action 6/51Box 21
"McCarran Act--Symbol of the Times," speech delivered to American Jewish Congress-Brooklyn 5/51Box 21
"1st Freedom in 1951," notes for speech delivered to Connecticut Deans of Women 1951Box 21
Untitled speech about anti-communism ["Age of fear, fear to express ideas"] delivered to YWCA Public Affairs Committee 11/51Box 21
"Fear," speech delivered at New Era Club 12/51Box 21
"Fear," speech delivered at the College of the City of New York Liberal Club 1/52Box 21
"Let Freedom Speak," speech delivered to Council of Jewish Women of Jersey City 3/53Box 21
"McCarthyism and Civil Liberties," notes for speech delivered at Americans for Democratic Action-North Westchester 4/53Box 21
"McCarthyism," speech before Americans for Democratic Action-Gramercy Branch 6/53Box 21
"Untitled remarks about NYC loyalty boards for television appearance 3/54Box 22
"Abuses of Power of Some Congressional Investigating Committees," speech before National Jewish Veterans Association 4/54Box 22
"People vs. McCarthy," remarks delivered at People vs. McCarthy meeting at Hunter College 5/54Box 22
Untitled remarks about loyalty oaths in public housing ["very appealing idea but serious constitutional questions"] for television broadcast 6/54Box 22
Untitled remarks for radio broadcast on anti-communism 11/54Box 22
"McCarthy Censure," remarks for radio broadcast 11/54Box 22
"McCarthy the Man," speech delivered to New Era Club 12/54Box 22
"Convocation Notes," remarks delivered at Central Queens ADA 3/55Box 22
"J. Robert Oppenheimer," speech introducing Oppenheimer at Women's City Club 4/55Box 22
Untitled speech ["climate of opinion today"] delivered to American Jewish Congress 2/58Box 22
"Gwinn Amendment circa 1950sBox 21
"From Another Ancient 2/67Box 23
"The Nightmare Decade 10/71Box 23
"I Protest: The Bishop and the House Un-American Activities Commission n.d.Box 23

 
Civil liberties
"Motion Picture Censorship" 8/31Box 18
"Legal Aspects of Academic Freedom" 12/35Box 18
"The Charter Nobody Knows," remarks for radio broadcast 10/38Box 19
"Civil Rights and Mayor Hague," remarks for radio broadcast 1938Box 19
Untitled notes for speech about Dies Committee and free speech issues 1940Box 19
"Discussion--Free Speech," notes for remarks delivered to American Discussion League 1/40Box 19
"More Discussion by the People," remarks delivered to Discussion League 1/40Box 19
"Statement for Travelling Microphone" 4/40Box 19
Untitled notes ["General--Freedom of religion first"] for remarks delivered at unidentified occasion 4/40Box 19
"Freedom to Teach," speech for Council on Intolerance 5/40Box 19
Untitled remarks for ACLU 6/40Box 19
"Civil Liberties in War Time," radio speech for Humanity Guild 7/40Box 19
"Three Point Program," article about free speech and Fifth Columnists 11/40Box 19
"Free Speech," speech for NYU Civic Club 11/40Box 19
"Significance of the Bill of Rights," speech at Governors Island 2/41Box 20
"Can Democracy Survive?" speech for White Plains ACLU 3/41Box 20
Untitled radio broadcast ["Somebody once called our bill of rights"] 3/41Box 20
Untitled notes ["Democracy, dictatorship--civil liberties"] for speech to Workman's Circle 4/41Box 20
"Is There a Civil Liberties Issue in the Detectaphone Case?" 11/41Box 20
"Religion and Law," remarks for radio broadcast 6/43Box 20
"An International Bill of Rights," speech at Free World Conference 10/43Box 20
"Our Civil Liberties 12/45Box 20
"Are Our Civil Rights in Danger?" remarks for radio broadcast 3/48Box 21
Notes for speech on peacetime conscription delivered at the Rand School 10/48Box 21
"Toward an International Bill of Rights," delivered to American Civil Liberties Union 1949Box 21
"Civil Liberties, Democracy and Dictator Movements," speech delivered to the Saturday Evening Group late 1940sBox 19
"Are Civil Liberties in Danger?" speech delivered to Troy YWCA 1/50Box 21
"Are We Undermining Our Civil Liberties," remarks for "Jubilee" radio broadcast 1/50Box 21
Untitled speech ["Great battle of ideas going on"] about civil liberties delivered to Phi Beta Kappa 3/50Box 21
"International Aspects of McCarran Act," speech delivered to East Side Branch of Americans for Democratic Action 10/50Box 21
"Civil Liberties in the U.S.," speech celivered at Unity Church 2/51Box 21
"Bill of Rights Week," speech delivered at Mabel Bacon Vocational High School 2/51Box 21
"1st Freedom," speech about civil liberties given on unidentified occasion 1951Box 21
"Civil Liberties--Current Issues," speech delivered to Americans for Democratic Action - Bayside 10/52Box 21
"U.S. Constitution," remarks for radio broadcast 11/52Box 21
"Civil Liberties," speech delivered to American Jewish Congress-Flatbush Branch 11/52Box 21
"Civil Liberties," article for Civil Liberties Quarterly 3/53Box 21
"Television at Legislative Hearings," speech delivered to Radio Institute of America Congress 4/53Box 21
"Civil Liberties Today," speech delivered to Civil Liberties Union of Columbus, OH 4/53Box 21
"The State of Civil Liberties," speech given at the Cooperative Institute--Bard College 7/53Box 21
Untitled speech about civil liberties delivered to Americans for Democratic Action 9/53Box 21
"Challenge to Civil Liberties," speech delivered to Cleveland Civil Liberties Union and Miami University of Ohio 11/53Box 21
"Freedom is Never Won," speech delivered to Phi Beta Kappa chapter at Colby College 5/54Box 22
Untitled speech about civil liberties delivered to United Neighborhood Houses 11/54Box 22
"Academic Freedom," speech delivered to Central Nassau ADA 2/55Box 22
"Civil Liberties," remarks for radio broadcast 3/55Box 22
"Today's Challenge," speech delivered to Phi Beta Kappa at University of Rochester 4/55Box 22
Untitled speech about wiretapping delivered at YWCA Convocation 4/55Box 22
"Some Aspects of Civil Liberties," speech delivered to Westchester branch of American Jewish Congress 9/55Box 22
"Man's Right to Knowledge and the Free Use Thereof," speech delivered to Phi Beta Kappa Association, Raleigh, NC 10/55Box 22
"Some Aspects of Civil Liberties," speech delivered at unidentified occasion 1955Box 22
"Survey of Civil Liberties," speech delivered to YWCA Public Affairs Committee 1/56Box 22
"The Individual and the Law 5/56Box 22
Untitled speech delivered to the Maryland branch of the ACLU 6/56Box 22
"Wiretapping and Bugging," speech delivered at Williams College 4/58Box 22
"Wiretapping, Eavesdropping and its Modern Equivalent, Bugging," speech delivered at unidentified occasion 1958Box 22
"Civil Liberties Since Thomas Jefferson," speech delivered to West Virginia AAUW at West Liberty College 5/59Box 22
"Civil Liberties in Education," speech delivered to Phi Beta Kappa initiates at Kalamazoo College 5/59Box 22
"The 86th Congress, Civil Liberties, the Supreme Court, Congress and the Individual," speech delivered to ADA at Sarah Lawrence College 6/59Box 22
"Wiretapping in New York Today," remarks for radio broadcast 4/60Box 22
"Wiretapping," speech delivered at Cooperative Institute 7/60Box 22
"Wiretapping 7/60Box 22
"Wiretapping Must Go," speech delivered to NYU Forum Discussion at the Arthur Garfield Hayes Memorial 5/61Box 22
"Civil Liberties 10/62Box 22
"Constitutional Law 175 Years Later," speech delivered to Phi Beta Kappa at College of William and Mary 12/62Box 22
"Wanted: Action Not Words 12/62Box 22
"The Role of the Supreme Court 12/62Box 22
"Growth with the Times," speech delivered on unidentified occasion in Seattle, WA 4/66Box 23
"Sex Crimes and Civil Liberties," speech delivered to Kalamazoo and Detroit Civil Liberties Unions 4/68Box 23

 
Civil rights and racism
Untitled remarks ["I am shocked to hear that the American Bar Association has rejected"] for The People's Choice 4/43Box 20
Material for speech made before Interfaith Movement meeting 3/44Box 20
Untitled excerpts ["It's Un-American What do we mean by that?"] from speech at Non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi League 5/44Box 20
Untitled notes for speech ["The interfaith movement is organized for tolerance in all things"] for the Interfaith Movement 12/44Box 20
Untitled speech "Refugees from Hitler--international bill of rights...."] 1945Box 20
Untitled speech ["Last time at Williamsburg, Phi Beta Kappa. . . ."] about discrimination and segregation delivered at 1949 National Conference of the American Alumni Council 1949Box 21
"States' Laws on Race and Color," article for unidentified publication 5/51Box 21
"The McCarran Act," speech delivered to East Side ADA and American Jewish Council meeting on McCarran Act 3/55Box 22
"International Aspects of Civil Rights," speech delivered to Phi Beta Kappa chapter at Dartmouth College 4/55Box 22
"McCarran Act Meeting," remarks delivered by DK as presiding officer 6/55Box 22
Untitled speech about racism and American history ["Promise of American life--a tragic topic"] delivered to Rabbi Wise Free Synagogue Women's Group 3/56Box 22
"ADA's Integration Project," speech delivered at ADA Meeting on Integration 5/57Box 22
"Arabs and Israelies," speech delivered to Phi Beta Kappa chapter at University of Vermont 12/57Box 22
"ADA Congratulates Board of Education on Harlem School Decision," statement issued by DK on behalf of ADA 2/59Box 22
"Advancing the Frontiers of Freedom," research and speech delivered to Committee to Honor Vern Bullough in Youngstown, OH 6/59Box 22
Untitled speech about civil rights ["Voting blocked--in South by intimidation, unfair registration..."] delivered to Croton Westchester branch of Americans for Democratic Action 2/60Box 22
Untitled speech about Civil Rights bill ["We are here today in behalf of civil rights and to assess our responsibilities"] delivered to ADA Conference on Civil Rights 2/60Box 22
Untitled speech about civil rights ["Registration provision--applications may file statements with president"] delivered to YWCA Public Affairs Committee 3/60Box 22
"Civil Rights Today," speech delivered at Elmira College 5/60Box 22
"Questions on Race, Ethnic Group and Religion on Census Schedules and Registration Forms," speech delivered to American Sociological Association 4/61Box 22
Untitled remarks on housing and civil rights delivered at 22nd National YWCA Convention 5/61Box 22
Untitled speech about civil rights delivered at Westchester ADA meeting 5/63Box 23
Untitled speech about civil rights delivered as Phi Beta Kappa speech at University of Connecticut and College of William and Mary 5/63Box 23
"Habits Frozen," speech delivered to Women's Division of Episcopal Diocese of Newark NJ 10/63Box 23
"Civil Rights," delivered to panel on civil rights at Skidmore College 3/64Box 23
Untitled remarks introducing James Farmer at LCDC (?) meeting 6/65Box 23
"Jane Crow and Lily-White Males," printed article in Civil Liberties n. 233 1/66Box 23
"Frontiers of Civil Liberties," speech delivered to Annual meeting of Kansas Civil Liberties Association 4/67Box 23
Untitled tribute to A. Philip Randolph delivered at party honoring him 1/70Box 23
Untitled remarks for panel discussion on The Politics of Fear n.d.Box 23

 
Consumer and cooperative issues
"The Supreme Court speaks" 1929Box 18
"Memorandum Presented by Representative of the Consuming Public in Opposition to Certain Proposals for Local Rules of Fair Trade Practice for the Hotel Industry" 4/34Box 18
Untitled speech delivered to Consumers' League 1/35Box 18
"The Customer is Always Right..." speech for League of Women Shoppers 9/35Box 18
"Food" remarks delivered on unidentified occasion 12/35Box 18
"Minimum Wage," remarks delivered on unidentified occasion 4/36Box 19
"Guinea Pigs, Consumers and Cooperation," remarks delivered on unidentified occasion 5/36Box 19
Untitled remarks before Consumers' Cooperative Society(?) 1/36Box 19
"Death and Taxes," remarks at Annual Meeting of Consumers' Cooperative Society 3/36Box 19
"Unions," remarks at CCS meeting 10/7/36Box 19
Untitled remarks on CCS strike 1/2/37Box 19
Untitled remarks for radio broadcast on cooperatives 12/37Box 19
Untitled remarks "Country of pioneers--individualists"] delivered on unidentified occasion 3/8/38Box 19
"Cooperative Lectures" delivered on unidentified occasion 3/38Box 19
"Individualistic Country," remarks delivered on unidentified occasion 8/38Box 19
"Milk, Women, Babies" 4/37Box 19
"Electric Light," remarks delivered on unidentified occasion 12/37Box 19
"High Cost of Living" remarks delivered on unidentified occasion 1/38Box 19
"Cost of Living," notes for remarks at Bronx ALP 2/38Box 19
"Milk," notes for Rand School Lecture 9/38Box 19
"Maintaining Standard of Living," remarks for Cooperative Conference 3/39Box 19
Untitled notes for lecture re 3/39Box 19
Untitled notes for remarks delivered to Annual meeting of Wholesale 5/39Box 19
"Fields Not Yet Open to Women," outline and speech delivered before conference of Institute of Women's Professional Relations 11/39Box 19
Untitled notes for remarks at Rand School 2/40Box 19
Untitled remarks ["which kind do we want?"] about incorporation of cooperatives in Amherst, MA 8/41Box 20
Untitled article for The Cooperative Crier about government during wartime 1942Box 20
"Cooperatives 9/43Box 20
"Cooperative Principles," speech at Parkchester Houses 12/43Box 20
Untitled radio script ["How did you first become aware of..."] for program celebrating Consumer Cooperative Centennial 9/44Box 20
Untitled notes for speech ["We are Young"] at Albany Cooperative Society 12/44Box 20
Untitled notes for speech at Cooperative Society in Caldwell, NJ 10/44Box 20
Untitled speech about wages and prices for Council of Jewish Women in Yonkers 1/44Box 20
Untitled speech about housing shortage for conference in Amherst, MA 8/46Box 20
"Europe Revisited," speech for Consumers Cooperative Society 9/46Box 20
"Taxation of Cooperatives," remarks for debate at Bronx Men's Club 11/46Box 20
Untitled notes for speech ["Dreams--what to talk about"] for Gramercy Branch of Consumer Cooperative Society 2/47Box 20
"Cooperative Housing," remarks delivered at Cooperative Institute at Haverford College 7/48Box 21
"Non-Cooperation in the Near East," remarks delivered at Cooperative League 5/18/49Box 21
"Cooperatives in World Trade," speech delivered at University of Michigan Law School Summer Institute 8/49Box 21
"The Functions of Management, Board and Members in a Cooperative" 9/53Box 21
"Problems of Expansion," speech delivered at Consumer Cooperative Society annual meeting 6/54Box 22
Notes for untitled speech ["Rochdale--depression period"] delivered at J_____ Cooperative Society in Philadelphia 12/55Box 22
Untitled remarks about health insurance plans delivered at symposium on health insurance plans 4/57Box 22
"Middle Income Housing - America's #1 Housing Need," speech delivered to Cooperative Association circa late 1950sBox 21
"Cooperation, Self-help and Economic Democracy," speech delivered to Morningside Heights Consumer Cooperative 3/61Box 22
"Ten Year Change," speech delivered to Cooperative Institute 7/61Box 22
"Cooperators and Consumers" 6/67Box 23

 
Education
"The Presidency of Mount Holyoke College 10/36Box 19
"Educating Our Youth," remarks for radio broadcast 12/38Box 19
"Evening Schools," notes for remarks at Committee to Save Our Night Schools 1/40Box 19
Untitled notes ["Education, as usual, is out for the duration"] for speech 3/43Box 20
Untitled notes for speech ["My deficiencies--Committee, not college prof. or even president..."] for Phi Beta Kappa Council 9/46Box 20
Untitled speech ["I am happy to be tonight in a city of brotherly love"] delivered at Founder's Dinner, Women's Medical College of Pennsylvania 3/50Box 21
"A Layman Looks at the Liberal Arts," speech delivered at Founders Day Convocation, Dickinson College 5/50Box 21
"Education for Women Spring 1951Box 21
"Educated Women and Controversial Issues" 2/51Box 21
"The Spirit of the Times," speech delivered at Hunter College Phi Beta Kappa celebration of 175th Anniversary 12/51Box 21
"The Responsibility of Scholars in the World Today," speech delivered at Phi Beta Kappa Society of Marietta College 4/53Box 21
"Crisis in Our Schools," speech delivered to Queens American Jewish Congress 2/56Box 22
"Women and Outer Space," speech about coeducation delivered at Wheaton College 3/58Box 22
"Women and Outer Space," speech delivered at Dickinson College 3/58Box 22
"Education as a Human Right," speech delivered to UPA at PS 96 2/59Box 22
"Civil Liberties in Education," speech delivered to Phi Beta Kappa initiates at Kalamazoo College 5/59Box 22
"School Bond Issue 10/59Box 22
"The Adventure of Scholarship," speech delivered to Phi Beta Kappa Association of Long Island 12/59Box 22
Outline for article on liberal education n.d.Box 23
Untitled fragment of remarks about labor education for women ["But just as the movement for women's education is young, so also it is growing"] delivered at Smith Club meeting n.d.Box 23

 
Labor issues
The Manufacturers' Child Labor Program 11/27Box 18
Socialist Elections 10/31Box 18
Homework 1/35Box 18
How the Courts Handle Labor Cases 12/35Box 18
Thursday Speech 1935Box 18
Minimum Wage 4/36Box 19
Security--Minimum Wage 5/36Box 19
"Why Minimum Wage?" notes 10/36Box 19
"Unions 10/7/36Box 19
Untitled remarks ["Went to see Meistersinger"] for American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, 7/37 7/37Box 19
Statement at Albany Minimum Wage Hearing, 2/37 2/37Box 19
"Organization Among Government Employees" 2/37Box 19
DK's introduction of Mary Simkhovitch, chair of NYC Municipal Housing Authority, 2/37 2/37Box 19
Memorandum in Opposition to Moffat-Nunan Bill 5/37Box 19
"Rickets and Rackets 10/38Box 19
Untitled notes for speech at Brooklyn Labor Party 1/38Box 19
Untitled notes for speech on Staten Island 2/38Box 19
Untitled speech before nurses group 8/38Box 19
Untitled remarks for SCMWA meeting at Carnegie Hall 10/38Box 19
Untitled remarks to Labor Club 11/38Box 19
Untitled notes re 2/39Box 19
"Labor in a Democracy," notes and speech for American Labor Party 3/40Box 19
"Women's Participation," notes for remarks to American Labor Party 3/40Box 19
Untitled remarks to ALP 8/40Box 19
Untitled speech ["War does strange things..."] at Labor Standards Conference 2/44Box 20
"Carlo Tresca," notes for speech delivered at Tresca Memorial Committee meeting 1/49Box 21
Untitled speech about Irving Brown delivered at League for Mutual Aid Annual Dinner 3/63Box 23
Untitled fragment of remarks about labor education for women ["But just as the movement for women's education is young, so also it is growing"] delivered at Smith Club meeting n.d.Box 23

 
League of Nations
Untitled ["There is no one perhaps more astonished than I..."] 3/38Box 19
"Women Enter a New World," article for The Woman's Press 6/38Box 19
"Geneva Looks at Women's Status from Independent Woman" 6/38Box 19
"The League of Nations and the Legal Status of Women 7/38Box 19
"The Threat to Women in the New European Alignment and What Geneva is Doing to Help," remarks to New York Business and Professional Women 11/38Box 19

 
The Law and the legal profession
A Woman Lawyer Looks at Her Profession 5/35Box 18
Women and Government 4/36Box 19
"Government Bureaus and the Lawyer 9/38Box 19
"Can Girls Be Lawyers," in The American Girl 3/39Box 19
"My First Case on the Bench," remarks to American Labor Party 3/39Box 19
"The Poor Man's Court" 10/39Box 19
Untitled notes on NYC court system 11/39Box 19
Untitled remarks ["Justice is the odd man..."] for West Side Synagogue 12/40Box 19
Untitled remarks ["Plaintiff nurse employed by defendant municipal corporation..."] for St. Johns Law School 4/41Box 20
Untitled speech ["Birth of the law..."] for Smith College 11/41Box 20
"Criminal Field," notes for speech 11/41Box 20
"Judges and the Law" 12/41Box 20
"The School, the Family and the Courts," speech for Missouri State Teachers Association 1941Box 20
Untitled remarks for radio broadcast about crime and criminals 12/49Box 21
"Death and Taxes," notes for discussion about legal matters 2/52Box 21
"A Lawyer's Life," speech delivered to Student Honors Convocation at Miami University of Ohio 4/54Box 22
"Juvenile Delinquency," speech delivered to Long Island branch of ADA 6/55Box 22
"Career Vistas," speech delivered to Iota Tau Tau Sorority and NYU Law School 4/56Box 22
"Court Reforms," remarks delivered to NY ADA 3/58Box 22
"Lawyer and Judge," article in unidentified YWCA publication 5/59Box 22
"Life as a Judge and Lawyer," speech delivered to NY chapter of Alpha Omricon Pi 10/59Box 22
"Lawyers and Ethics," speech delivered to Westchester Ethical Culture Society 12/68Box 23
Outline for discussion of lawyers' role in a democracy--defense of the unpopular n.d.Box 23
"Remarks of Judge Dorothy Kenyon n.d.Box 23
"Socialization of the Law" n.d.Box 23
"Law and Foreign Relations" n.d.Box 23

 
Political campaigns
Republican Platform 1925Box 18
Speech for Al Smith 11/28Box 18
Socialist Election 10/31Box 18
Speech for Harry Schneiderman, 1/35 1/35Box 18
Untitled speeches about American Labor Party 10/36Box 19
Woman Lawyer for Consumers' Services Backs Roosevelt 10/36Box 19
Remarks for American Labor Party about Quack Medicine Bill and Child Labor, 1/38 1/38Box 19
Untitled remarks for American Labor Party meeting 6/38Box 19
Untitled congratulatory remarks to women of American Labor Party 11/38Box 19
"Judicial Campaign Issues," remarks for radio broadcast 10/39Box 19
Notes for campaign speeches, DK's judicial campaign 11/39Box 19
"The Walter Logan Bill," radio broadcast 4/40Box 19
Untitled remarks for Women's Council of "The Fund" 5/40Box 19
Untitled speech about Wendell Wilkie's sexism 10/40Box 19
Untitled speech about Wilkie campaign 10/40Box 19
"Why I Shall Vote for Alfange," speech to American Labor Party 10/42Box 20
Untitled speech for Roosevelt at Saturday's Children 11/44Box 20
Untitled remarks about NYC political candidates ["This is a vital city election in more ways than one..."] for "Women of the Hour" broadcast: typescript 10/49Box 21
Notes for untitled speech for unidentified candidate ["I have heard that in a war a general is only as good as his chief advisors..."] n.d.Box 23
"Bob Wagner," radio speech for candidacy of Wagner 10/53Box 21
"No Endorsement for Attorney General," speech at Americans for Democratic Action State convention 9/54Box 22
"2 1\2 Minutes," speech for unidentified political candidates 2/55Box 22
Untitled radio broadcast speech for Adlai Stevenson delivered at Fordham University 5/56Box 22
Untitled list of questions asked by DK as moderator of Democratic Presidential Candidates radio debate 6/56Box 22
"Badge of Courage," speech for Robert Wagner at ADA State Convention 9/56Box 22
"Our Next President," speech delivered to Volunteers for Stevenson, Paramus, NJ 1956Box 22
"Kenyon for Kefauver 10/56Box 22
"Nixon's Policies," speech opposing Nixon given at unidentified occasion 10/56Box 22
Notes for untitled remarks delivered at Democratic Women's Division Campaign Rally for Mayor Wagner 10/57Box 22
"Speech for Harriman," delivered at ADA State Convention 9/58Box 22
"Al Wilman as a Liberal," speech delivered to New Chelsea Democratic Club 5/59Box 22
"School Bond Issue 10/59Box 22
"Speech for Bob Trentlyton," delivered to New Chelsea Club 1/60Box 22
Untitled speech for Barbara Whitmore delivered to New Chelsea Club 3/59Box 22
"Hubert Humphrey for President," speech delivered at Lenox Hill Club 3/60Box 22
Untitled speech for Mayor Wagner delivered to New Chelsea Club 7/61Box 22
"Running for Executive Council," speech for DK by DK delivered to New Chelsea Club 1/62Box 22
Untitled speech for Judge Harold Burns delivered at meeting of Reform Democratic Club 7/65Box 23
Untitled speech ["Political freedom is a matter of individual conscience..."] delivered to ADA 10/65Box 23
Untitled remarks for radio broadcast in favor of candidate Ted Weiss 9/66Box 23
Untitled campaign speech for Fiorello LaGuardia ["as citizens of a democracy that functions well only at the price of eternal vigilance..."] n.d.Box 23
Untitled notes for speech about Labor Party n.d.Box 23

 
Politics and political activism
Changing the Constitution 4/26Box 18
Know Your Own Government 7/32Box 18
Our Social Courts 7/35Box 18
Working for the City 3/36Box 19
Using Political Machinery for Social Ends 3/36Box 19
Social Legislation--License Business in the Public Interest 4/36Box 19
What We Have 4/36Box 19
Technique of Utilizing American Political Machinery to Secure Social Action 5/36Box 19
Untitled speech about how women can change the world, 11/36 11/36Box 19
"The Responsibility of the Lawyer in the City," speech for Phi Beta Kappa 12/36Box 19
Untitled speech at Horace Mann School 12/36Box 19
"Behind the Scenes at the License Department" 1936Box 19
"Some Immediate Responsibilities of University Women in Molding Public Opinion" 1936Box 19
Difficulties in the Way of Amendment 7/37Box 19
"Running a City," for Smith Alumnae Quarterly 2/37Box 19
"Running a City," for Municipal Reference Library Notes 4/37Box 19
Notes for radio broadcast, [Running a city is a big job] 1937Box 19
"Suggested paragraphs to be inserted in speech by Miss Dorothy Kenyon at Come-and-See Luncheon," 10/37Box 19
"Declaration of Independence" 1937Box 19
Untitled notes ["California System..."] 9/30Box 18
"Reform Legislation," speech for Buffalo Phi Beta Kappa 12/40Box 19
Untitled speech ["The impulse to live is one of the strangest..."] for the Greater New York Fund 2/41Box 20
Untitled notes for remarks in Jane Clark's Government class at Barnard College 5/41Box 20
Untitled remarks ["We get used to things so fast..."] about city government, Bronx, NY 10/41Box 20
Untitled notes ["my speech in Brooklyn..."] for speech at Jewish Council 2/43Box 20
"Do Americans Have Different Laws in Different States?" radio broadcast of "United States of American 'Answering South Africa'" 12/43Box 20
"A Citizen in Government," discussion course sponsored by League of Women Voters and chaired by DK 2/45Box 20
Untitled remarks ["I remember the first time I ever voted"] for radio broadcast about importance of voting 11/47Box 20
Untitled remarks about liberalizing the Republican Party for ABC Broadcast of "On Trial" 12/48Box 21
"Stand Up for Freedom 6/50Box 21
Untitled speech ["Far cry from League of Nations to Chelsea..."] about importance of "selling" democracy 10/50Box 21
"A Strong Democracy--How Women Can Build It," speech delivered to Nassau County Woman's Forum 4/52Box 21
Untitled speech about treaty amending proposals ["Should Association support amendment?"] delivered at County Lawyer's Symposium 10/52Box 21
"The National Scene--Time for a Change is Here," speech delivered to Americans for Democratic Action-North Shore Branch 1/53Box 21
Untitled remarks ["Welcome ADAers..."] delivered at Americans for Democratic Action City Wide Meeting 12/53Box 21
Untitled remarks ["Mr. President Truman and friends of ADA"] delivered at New York ADA Roosevelt Day Dinner 2/54Box 22
"As ADA Sees the Current Scene," speech delivered to West Side ADA Branch 4/54Box 22
"No Endorsement for Attorney General," speech delivered at ADA State Convention 9/54Box 22
"Congressional Issues," speech delivered to Christian Action 10/54Box 22
"The Issues," speech delivered to Greenwich Village branch of ADA 1/55Box 22
"American Role in Today's World," introductory remarks delivered at New York ADA 4/55Box 22
Untitled speech delivered at ADA City Convention in NYC 10/55Box 22
Untitled speech ["Last time I came you turned an alarm clock on me..."] delivered to Village Branch of ADA 1/56Box 22
"Plight of the Intellectual," speech delivered to Phi Beta Kappa Association of Milwaukee-Downer College 2/56Box 22
"Challenge of Intellectualism," speech delivered at Ohio Wesleyan 4/56Box 22
"The Scholar's Responsibility for Truth and Courage," speech delivered at Queens College 5/58Box 22
"The Role of the ADA," speech delivered at West Essex County ADA 8/58Box 22
Untitled speech ["Speak on behalf of the somewhat turgid prose of the senate resolution..."] about individual rights and freedoms delivered to Phi Beta Kappa Annual Meeting 8/58Box 22
"The Supreme Court--Its Place in Our Government," speech delivered to YWCA 10/58Box 22
"The Supreme Court?" speech delivered to New York Smith Club 3/59Box 22
"The Supreme Court 1/60Box 22
"The Role of the Supreme Court 3/59Box 22
"Court Reform," speech delivered to Nyack branch of AAUW 4/59Box 22
"The Role of the Supreme Court 5/60Box 22
"Off-Track Betting," article in ADA State News 5/60Box 22
"How to Get Good Judges," speech for radio broadcast 8/60Box 22
"Towards Better Judges," report of a Special Committee of the Citizens Union by DK, Nathaniel Singer, David Korn 1960Box 22
"Moore Commission Charter," speech delivered to New Chelsea Club 2/61Box 22
Untitled speech about political reform ["Chelsea club is two years old..."] delivered to New Chelsea Club 6/61Box 22
"A Unique Institution--The Great American Gamble," speech delivered at Brooklyn Institute 6/62Box 22
"Patronage Abuses Workshop," speech delivered to meeting of NYCDV on Patronage Abuses 1/62Box 22
Untitled speech on Supreme Court delivered to Phi Beta Kappa at Lafayette College 4/62Box 22
Untitled speech on structural position of Executive Committee under club charter delivered to New Chelsea Club 7/62Box 22
"Human Rights and Its Champion 7/62Box 22
"Judicial Reform and Patronage," speech delivered to NYU Students for Democratic Reform 4/63Box 23
Untitled remarks for radio broadcast on NY politics ["Practical point of view..."] 6/66Box 23
"Towards Better Judges," speech delivered at NYU Law School 10/68Box 23
Untitled speech delivered at meeting of Chelsea Citizens Against the Stolport 7/70Box 23
"Landmarks Preservation," remarks delivered to the Landmarks Preservation Society 1970Box 23
Untitled remarks delivered to N.T.E.A. (?) n.d.Box 23
"Constitution--Unamendable?" notes for speech delivered on unidentified occasion n.d.Box 23
"Place in the Constitution," notes for speech delivered on unidentified occasion n.d.Box 23
"Changing the Constitution n.d.Box 23
"Municipal Housekeeping n.d.Box 23
"Problems of Local Government," notes for speech delivered on unidentified occasion n.d.Box 23

 
Poverty
Untitled speech delivered to Mayor Lindsay's Task Force on Poverty 2/66Box 23
"Anti-Poverty Elections," speech delivered at UJD(?) Club 5/66Box 23
Untitled speech on law offices for the poor, delivered at community meeting at DK's house 6/66Box 23
"Neighborhood Law Offices for the Poor," speech delivered to League for Mutual Aid 6/67Box 23
Untitled speech ["poverty is the last failure of democracy..."] delivered on unidentified occasion n.d.Box 23

 
Tributes and introductions
"The Man I Admire Most," speech for unidentified occasion 6/47Box 20
Untitled remarks about Florence Allen from NYU School of Law dinner in honor of Florence Allen 11/48Box 21
"Carlo Tresca," notes for speech delivered at Tresca Memorial Committee meeting 1/49Box 21
Untitled speech about Nellie Swartz ["My first meeting with Nellie--saffron yellow tweed suit..."] delivered at Nellie Swartz's dinner 3/51Box 21
Untitled notes for remarks at the 70th birthday of Walter Frank 2/52Box 21
"Howard Lindsay Introduction," remarks for ADA Roosevelt Day Dinner 2/55Box 22
Untitled remarks introducing Eleanor Roosevelt at Cooperative Institute 7/55Box 22
Untitled remarks introducing Herbert Lehman at ADA's 9th Annual Roosevelt Day Dinner 2/56Box 22
Untitled remarks to introduce Eleanor Roosevelt to Cooperative Institute at Bard College 7/56Box 22
Untitled remarks to introduce Eleanor Roosevelt to Cooperative Institute at Bard College 7/58Box 22
"In Memorium--Seymour Bernhard 1959Box 22
Tribute to Evelyn Preston Baldwin by DK at Baldwin's memorial service in NYC 6/62Box 22
Untitled remarks introducing Herbert Lehman at ADA's 9th Annual Roosevelt Day Dinner 2/56Box 22
Untitled remarks to introduce Eleanor Roosevelt to Cooperative Institute at Bard College 7/56Box 22
Untitled remarks to introduce Eleanor Roosevelt to Cooperative Institute at Bard College 7/58Box 22
Tribute to Evelyn Preston Baldwin by DK at Baldwin's memorial service in NYC 6/62Box 22
"Eleanor Roosevelt," delivered to Hudson Guild Club Navy Scouts 11/62Box 22
Untitled tribute to John F. Kennedy delivered at forum called by Workmen's Circle 11/63Box 23
Untitled tribute to Bill Harlow delivered at Chelsea New Democratic Club (?) 1/64Box 23
"Norman Dorsen," remarks delivered at League for Mutual Aid 3/71Box 23
Introduction of Ramsey Clark delivered at Women's City Club 3/71Box 23

 
United Nations and internationalism
"United Nations Commission on the Status of Women" 9/44Box 20
"San Francisco and After," speech for Council of Jewish Women, Toronto Canada 5/45Box 20
Untitled remarks for radio broadcast about Commission on the Status of Women 3/47Box 20
"The Status of Women Under the U.N.," speech at International Women's Day Celebration of Pioneer Women's Organization 3/47Box 20
Untitled notes for speech on UN and Human rights for Young Buddhists Association 5/47Box 20
"The United Nations Commission on Status of Women 1947Box 20
"A Constructive Philosophy for Our Time" 7/47Box 20
"Duties of Citizenship," speech for Alpha Omricon Pi in Roanoke, VA 7/47Box 20
Untitled remarks for radio broadcast, "The World Front" 7/47Box 20
"Women and the United Nations," for Colby College Forum on "Today's World Through Women's Eyes" 7-8/47Box 20
"United Nations, Freedom of Information," notes for speech before International Council of Women 9/47Box 20
"Woman's Eye View [of the UN"], notes for speech for Woman's Action Committee 10/47Box 20
"Can the United Nations Preserve the Peace?" speech at Norwalk 9/47Box 20
Untitled speech ["Women's Eye View--Visit to UN with Florence Allen"] for College Women's Club of Montclair] 10/47Box 20
Notes on "Women's Eye View Speech" for League of Women Voters of Bronxville: manuscript 10/47Box 20
"Woman's Eye View of UN," speech at Harrisburg 11/47Box 20
"Woman's Eye View" notes for speech in Hackensack 11/47Box 20
"A Plea for the United Nations" 11/47Box 20
"United Nations Commission on the Status of Women" 11/47Box 20
Untitled speech ["blue-print machinery..."] on UN for Phi Beta Kappa Alumnae 12/47Box 20
"Larger view" speech for Riverdale 12/47Box 20
Untitled speech ["Why Freedom Train eliminates time and space"] about UN in Miami, FL 12/47Box 20
"Women and the United Nations" 1947Box 20
"Citizenship and the United Nations 1947Box 20
Untitled speech ["Thank you, very much. I am sure you will al be very happy to hear that I am not going to discuss women"] given at Smith College 1947Box 20
"Lake Success," remarks for radio broadcast 1947Box 20
"A Plea for the United Nations," printed article from The Survey Jan/Feb/Mar 1948Box 21
"We and the United Nations" 3/48Box 21
Untitled remarks [It is a familiar slip of the tongue to say United States when one means United Nations] from panel discussion "Shifting Status of Women" at Women's Bureau Conference 2/48Box 21
"Women and the United Nations," notes for speech for American Association of University Women, Poughkeepsie 3/48Box 21
"Cooperation and World Order," remarks for radio broadcast 3/48Box 21
"Women in the United Nations" 3/48Box 21
"Women and the World," notes for speech in Cincinnati 4/48Box 21
"The Responsibility of Citizens for the U.N. 4/48Box 21
"Women and the United Nations," speech given before Soroptimists Club of Detroit 4/48Box 21
"The Responsibility of American Women," speech before Pennsylvania Federation of Women's Clubs Convention 5/48Box 21
"Women's Problems as Reviewed by the U.N.," speech before Massachusetts Division of the American Association of University Women" 5/48Box 21
"The United Nations 6/48Box 21
Untitled speech ["I can remember nothing of my high school speaker. Some old man. Now I am he."] about U.N. at Congers Grammar School graduation exercises 6/48Box 21
"Women and the UN 7/48Box 21
"Some Problems in the Field of Nationality of Married Women," speech delivered before the International Bar Association meeting 7/48Box 21
"The United Nations 8/48Box 21
"Commission on the Status of Women Broadcast," remarks for radio broadcast 9/48Box 21
Untitled speech about UN delivered at Lebanon, PA 9/48Box 21
Untitled speech about UN delivered to Stamford Junior League 10/48Box 21
"The Challenge to Women in World Affairs," speech delivered at Zonta District III Conference 10/48Box 21
"The Place of Women in the UN 5-6/48Box 21
"The Commission on the Status of Women 1948Box 21
"The United Nations 11/48Box 21
Notes for untitled speech about UN delivered in Milwaukee 11/48Box 21
Untitled remarks about UN ["we are in an era of great change"] delivered at Cooperative League meeting in Minnesota 11/48Box 21
"Women and the United Nations," excerpts from address before Real Estate Board 11/48Box 21
"US in UN," speech delivered to public school teachers for the American Association of the United Nations 12/48Box 21
Untitled speech about UN delivered to Protestant Council 1/49Box 21
Notes for untitled speech delivered in New Britain, CT 2/49Box 21
"Toward an International Bill of Rights," speech delivered to Ethical Culture Society of Brooklyn 2/49Box 21
"Equality and Freedom 3/49Box 21
Untitled speech about UN [Commission set up of UN "federated freedoms"] delivered at American Junior College in Beirut, Lebanon 3/49Box 21
Untitled press release about Regional Conference of Women meeting in Beirut 4/49Box 21
"East and West Meet 5/49Box 21
Untitled statement about UN Commission on the Status of Women meetings in Beirut 5/49Box 21
Notes for untitled remarks ["Introduce my gang"] given as UN Delagate before National Women's Organizations Commission on the Status of Women 5/49Box 21
Untitled speech about UN ["There are days in life that one remembers and this is one of them"] delivered at Commencement exercises at Beaver College 6/49Box 21
Notes for untitled speech about UN Commission on the Status of Women ["Margaret Hickey, Purpose of our commission"], delivered before National Board of Federation of Business and Professional Women 7/49Box 21
"Fundamental Freedoms for All," draft of article about UN Commission on the Status of Women for Women's Press 7/49Box 21
"Women and the United Nations," notes for speech at Chautauqua 8/49Box 21
Untitled speech about UN women's commission ["Fundamental freedoms part of human rights..."] delivered at Church Women's Council 9/49Box 21
Untitled speech about UN women's commission ["Charter--fundamental freedoms"] delivered at Lycoming College 10/49Box 21
"Women's Place in the UN," speech delivered at Women's Forum, Richmond, VA 11/49Box 21
"East and West Meet," notes for speech to Westfield Women's Club 11/49Box 21
Untitled speech about international organizations ["Days in life to remember--I remember when..."] given at unidentified occasion 1949Box 21
Untitled speech about internationalism ["Terrifying but thrilling--trail-blazing, spell of frontier..."] 1949Box 21
"Duties of Citizenship," speech delivered to Omricon Pi 7/49Box 21
"Crossing New Frontiers 1/50Box 21
Untitled speech on UN women's commission ["Peace, freedom, fundamental freedoms..."] delivered to Women's University Club 1/50Box 21
"Human Rights and Women's Too," speech delivered to Young People's American ORT 1/50Box 21
"Beirut: East and West Women Meet 1950Box 21
"East Meets West," speech delivered to National Secretaries' Association in Newark, NJ 1/50Box 21
"Human Rights," speech delivered to New Era Club 2/50Box 21
Untitled speech ["New frontiers worldwide"] about UN, delivered at unidentified occasion in Youngstown, OH 3/50Box 21
Untitled speech ["human rights taken for granted till Hitler came..."] about UN women's commission delivered to Women's Division of Jewish Labor Committee 3/50Box 21
"Human Rights," speech delivered before Phi Beta Kappa Association, Richmond, VA 1950Box 21
Untitled speech ["Great renaissance in human rights..."] delivered at Kansas State College 4/50Box 21
"Human Rights," notes for speech delivered to New York Americans for Democratic Action 4/50Box 21
"Human Rights in the World and at Home," speech delivered at Democratic Luncheon, Madison, WI 6/50Box 21
"Through World Community 6/50Box 21
"The UN and You," speech delivered to National Council of Jewish Women-Newark and Civic Club of Bridgeton 10/50Box 21
Untitled speech about U.N. ["Difficult to know what to think--pattern of a month ago..."] delivered at Pembroke College 12/50Box 21
"United Nations on Trial," speech delivered to The Group 1/51Box 21
"You and the UN," excerpts from speech delivered at Central Presbyterian Church 1/51Box 21
"The UN and the Citizen," speech delivered at Swarthmore College 3/51Box 21
"The UN and Iowa," speech delivered at Coe Cornell College and Phi Beta Kappa in Cedar Rapids, IA 3/51Box 21
"Women's Freedom in Our New World," notes for speech delivered at Providence YWCA 4/51Box 21
"Beirut--East and West Women Meet 4/51Box 21
"Women in World Affairs," speech delivered at unidentified occasion 5/51Box 21
"UN and Us," speech delivered at Babylon UN Day Celebration 10/51Box 21
"The Bill of Human Rights," speech delivered at Ridgewood, NJ, American Association for the United Nations 2/52Box 21
"Our Responsibilities as a World Power," speech at Honors Convocation at Carleton College 5/52Box 21
Untitled speech ["Beginnings of UN--Human rights, peace not enough..."] delivered to Newtown League of Women Voters 12/52Box 21
"The UN in Danger," speech delivered to American Association of University Women at Wilson College 4/53Box 21
"A Lawyer Looks at the Middle East," speech delivered to American Friends of the Middle East 4/53Box 21
"The Bricker Amendment--A Reactionary Proposal" 5/53Box 21
Untitled introduction of Madame Paudit delivered at Women in World Affairs luncheon 11/53Box 21
"Bricker Amendment," speech delivered at Americans for Democratic Action-Asbury Park 1/54Box 22
"UN--Success or Failure?" speech delivered to New Era Club 1/54Box 22
"Bricker," speech delivered to East Side Americans for Democratic Action 2/54Box 22
"The UN and Human Rights," speech delivered to Poughkeepsie American Association of University Women 3/54Box 22
"The World We Live In--The UN and Us," speech delivered at Prospect Heights Girls High School 6/54Box 22
Untitled remarks about UN ["Ad hoc commission on discrimination in South Africa..."] delivered on unidentified occasion circa 1954Box 22
"Women's Commission," notes for speech delivered at unidentified occasion circa 1954Box 22
"UN(?) National Platform," notes for speech delivered at Bronx ADA 2/55Box 22
"UN the Next Ten Years," speech delivered at ADA Workshop at Bard College 8/55Box 22
Untitled speech ["Talking about UN--How can we understand..."] delivered to Phi Beta Kappa chapter of Lehigh University 11/55Box 22
"The U.N.--a Woman's Eye View of the Middle East," speech delivered to Religious Society of Friends 12/55Box 22
"Human Rights--After Ten Years," speech delivered to Teachers' Guild Conference 11/58Box 22
"Human Rights," speech delivered before Bronx chapter of AAUW 12/59Box 22
"What Are Problems of the UN?" speech delivered to Ridgewood NJ branch of AAUW and Ethical Culture Society 10/60Box 22
"A Quiet Backwater at the UN," speech delivered to Madison, NJ AAUW 3/61Box 22
"Universal Declaration of Human Rights," by DK and Lula E. Bachman n.d.Box 23

 
Women's status and women's rights
"Community Property 5/25Box 18
"Community Property (revised)" 7/26Box 18
"The Family," 8/26Box 18
Rights of Personality 12/26Box 18
"Has your Husband Made a Will?" by Grace Turner according to an Approved Interview with Dorothy Kenyon 1/27Box 18
"Marriage and Divorce" 2/29Box 18
"The Household" 2/29Box 18
"Our New Inheritance Law 12/29Box 18
Nullification or Repeal 10/30Box 18
"Extracts from a Speech by Dorothy Kenyon at the Annual Convention of the NY State League of Women Voters, 11/30 11/30Box 18
Black Eyes 1931Box 18
"Women, Infants and Lunatics" 2/31Box 18
The Independent Woman 11/31Box 18
"Medieval or Modern--Which?" 11/33Box 18
A Married Woman Makes a Will 4/34Box 18
Some Economic Aspects of the Mayor's Plan Affecting Married Women 1934Box 18
Petition to the Congress on Behalf of Certain Married Women Formerly Employed in the New York City Post Office 2/34Box 18
Equal Rights 5/35Box 18
Brief Submitted to the Judicial Council by this New York League of Women Voters on Behalf of Jury Service for Women on the Same Terms as Men 1935Box 18
Women Jurors--Why Not? 2/35Box 18
"Press Release" for National League of Women Voters 4/35Box 18
Women in Our Changing Political Economy 6/35Box 18
Discrimination Against Women 11/35Box 18
"Speeches Used at Debate on Women Jurors," notes for remarks delivered on unidentified occasion 5/36Box 19
Changing Status of Women 5/36Box 19
"Do Present Trends Imply Future Limitations 6/37Box 19
"Next Steps in the Emancipation of Women 2/36Box 19
Women and Government 4/36Box 19
The Position of Women 12/36Box 19
"The Pros and Cons of the Equal Rights Amendment," transcript of radio broadcast 3/37Box 19
"Specific Bills for Specific Ills is the Only Answer," for Independent Woman 4/37Box 19
Unidentified draft about women and government 1937Box 19
Notes about Italian women and fascism 1937Box 19
"The Woman's Charter 7/37Box 19
"To End Discriminations Against Women: Specific Bills" in Independent Woman 5/37Box 19
"Opinion as to the Legal Effect of the Action Taken at the 1937 Convention of the National Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs Approving the Equal Rights Amendment" 1937Box 19
"Women's Unique Contribution" 11/26Box 18
"Women in Politics," remarks for radio broadcast 12/37Box 19
Untitled remarks for radio broadcast, ["Women jurors..."] 12/37Box 19
"Jury Duty--What it Means" 2/38Box 19
Untitled notes for speech ["Magna Carta..."] 3/38Box 19
"Women in the Professions 3/38Box 19
"Women Enter a New World" 6/38Box 19
"The League of Nations and the Legal Status of Women 7/38Box 19
Untitled congratulatory remarks to women of American Labor Party 11/38Box 19
"The Threat to Women in the New European Alignment and What Geneva is Doing to Help," remarks to New York Business and Professional Women 11/38Box 19
"Can Girls Be Lawyers 3/39Box 19
Untitled speech to American Women's Club in London 1/39Box 19
"Liberalizing Our Divorce Laws," for forum at NYU 4/39Box 19
"Opening Doors," remarks at Phi Beta Kappa 5/39Box 19
"Married Women and Jobs," notes for speech to Business and Professional Women 5/39Box 19
"Women Advancing," speech at Keuka College 6/39Box 19
"How Women Have Achieved as Citizens," speech at AAUW Convention 6/39Box 19
"Discussion at Democratic Regional Conference The Attack Upon Married Women's Jobs," summary of DK's remarks 6/39Box 19
"Women's Influence in Economic Justice," speech at Williamstown Institute of Human Relations 8/39Box 19
"Women and Economic Justice 11/39Box 19
Untitled notes for remarks to Women's Democratic Club 12/39Box 19
"Women in the Law," radio broadcast sponsored by the U.S. Office of Education and the Federal Security Agency 12/39Box 19
Untitled notes for remarks about the history of women's rights movement for Brooklyn Smith Club 1/40Box 19
Untitled notes for remarks to American Women Bankers 1/40Box 19
"The Status of Women," speech to Zonta Club 1/40Box 19
"Should Married Women Work," speech to Connecticut College Club 2/40Box 19
"NJ Status of Women," notes for speech to NJ AAUW 2/40Box 19
"The World is Our Home," speech at University of Kentucky 2/40Box 19
Untitled notes for remarks re 2/40Box 19
Untitled notes re 3/40Box 19
"Women's Participation," notes for remarks to American Labor Party 3/40Box 19
"A Citizen's Responsibility in a Democracy," speech to Business and Professional Women 4/40Box 19
Untitled remarks to ALP 8/40Box 19
"European Women Under Fascism," speech for Woman's Centennial Congress 11/40Box 19
Untitled speech ["Mistress Margaret Brent"] for Baltimore Phi Beta Kappa 2/41Box 20
Untitled speech ["Democracy--Where do women come in?"] for American Jewish Congress 2/41Box 20
"Woman's World of the Future," notes for speech at Goucher College 4/41Box 20
"Why I am an Enemy of Nazism" 6/41Box 20
"Position of Working Women in a Democracy," speech at Hunter College 6/41Box 20
"Alma Kitchell's Streamline Journal," remarks for radio broadcast 7/41Box 20
Untitled notes ["Installation--Cora Davis"] for remarks at Soroptimists conference 8/42Box 20
"Legal Status of Women," notes for speech in Atlantic City 3/42Box 20
Statement by DK representing AAUW before House Ways and Means Committee re 3/42Box 20
"Memorandum in Opposition to Proposal to Require Compulsory Joint Income Tax Returns of Husbands and Wives," submitted to House Ways and Means Committee 3/42Box 20
"Women in the War and After," speech for the Council of Women 4/42Box 20
Untitled speech ["Amy Lowell Says war is a pattern..."] for Sweet Briar College 4/42Box 20
"National Needs and Resources," in The Institute in Review 4/42Box 20
Untitled article ["Most of the states have by now achieved substantial equality..."] for Christian Science Monitor 4/42Box 20
"Women and the World Order," speech given at Smith College 6/42Box 20
Untitled speech "Washington was probably right when he warned us in 1789 against entangling alliances..."] 1789Box 23
Untitled radio broadcast for People's Platform, ["How should we deal with enemy aliens?"] 7/42Box 20
"Ease of Entering Professions," radio broadcast 11/42Box 20
"Equal Pay for Equal Work 11/42Box 20
"Are the Women of American Working Full-out for Victory Yet?" radio broadcast 11/42Box 20
"Women Doctors in the Army 12/42Box 20
Untitled speech for Women in War Congress at Girls Commercial High School 12/42Box 20
"England Leads the Way," speech for Women's City Club 2/43Box 20
"What's Wrong with Women Doctors?" speech for Cosmopolitan Club 2/43Box 20
"Women in the Post-War World," speech at Fifth Avenue Forum 2/43Box 20
"Women as a Force in Legislation," notes for speech for National Jewish Council 2/43Box 20
Untitled notes ["Shifting times--may shift for women too"] for speech 4/43Box 20
"The Fifth Freedom 4/43Box 20
Untitled notes ["War's break down barriers--truism now"] for speech in Canada 4/43Box 20
"Compulsory Registration of Women 4/43Box 20
"World After the War," notes for speech at Women's City Club of NY 5/43Box 20
Untitled notes ["Tide. . ."] for remarks at Annual Board Meeting of American Medical Women's Association 6/43Box 20
"Woman's Place in the Post-War World," radio broadcast including DK for League of Women Voters 6/43Box 20
"Why I am Opposed to the Equal Rights Amendment 6/43Box 20
Untitled radio broadcast for "Claire Wilson Reports 7/43Box 20
"The Fifth Freedom 8/43Box 20
"Should Women be Drafted?" in The American Forum of the Air 10/43Box 20
"Women's Post War Economic Role," speech at NYU 10/43Box 20
Untitled speech ["Room for the Judge"] in Scranton, PA 10/43Box 20
"Women's Action Committee for Victory and Lasting Peace," remarks at NYT Conference 10/43Box 20
Untitled remarks ["Terrible day to talk about anything..."] about women and politics 11/43Box 20
"Post War World," speech at Credit Unions Women's Association dinner 12/43Box 20
"Replacement of Men by Women and Equal Pay," for the Industrial Bulletin 1/44Box 20
Untitled speech ["War does strange things..."] at Labor Standards Conference 2/44Box 20
Untitled speech ["Advertisement--she's so nice to come home to at night..."] for speech at Buffalo YWCA 3/44Box 20
"Is It a Man's World?" speech at Nassau County Women's Clubs Forum 4/44Box 20
"The Equal Rights Amendment 4/44Box 20
"Puzzled by Women," speech at Doctor's Club 9/44Box 20
"Looking Forward," introductory remarks by CK at Annual Meeting of Women's Action Committee for Victory and Lasting Peace 5/44Box 20
Untitled speech ["They were statesmen who started the ORT..."] at Women's American ORT 5/44Box 20
"United Nations Commission on the Status of Women 9/44Box 20
"The Women's Part in the Post-War World," speech at Doctor's Club of Brooklyn 10/44Box 20
Untitled speech ["Shakespeare's sister, as Virginia Wolfe [sic] describes her..."] to NY Smith Club 3/45Box 20
Untitled speech ["League of Nations provision--equal chance..."] given at vocational conference at New Utrecht High School 6/45Box 20
"Carrie Chapman Catt," speech for League for Political Education 1/46Box 20
"The Suffrage Victory," speech for celebration of Carrie Chapman Catt's birthday 1/46Box 20
"Responsibilities of Women," speech for Queens County Women's Bar Association 5/46Box 20
Untitled speech for International Alliance of Women Conference 8/46Box 20
"The Chances of Women Today in Getting a Job 6/46Box 20
"The Place of Women," lecture for Smith Alumnae College 6/46Box 20
"Is the Equal Rights Amendment Equitable to Women?" speech for CBS 7/46Box 20
Untitled notes for speech ["International Alliance--what it is..."] for Soroptimists 10/46Box 20
"Sisterhood of Jewish Women 10/46Box 20
"Political Responsibilities," speech give at Cedarhurst, Long Island 10/46Box 20
"One World, One People," speech in favor of Commission of the Status of Women at one day workshop on the United Nations sponsored by Operation Cooperation 12/46Box 20
"Alimony," draft of article for The Woman 1946Box 20
"Victories Won 3/47Box 20
Untitled speech ["Economic and Social Council has approved our program..."] for Pioneer Women's Organization 3/47Box 20
Untitled remarks for question and answer session ["Well the Russians have had a good joke at the expense of all of us..."] at WMCA 3/47Box 20
Untitled remarks for radio broadcast about Commission on the Status of Women 3/47Box 20
Untitled speech ["The war showed what women, aided by the machine, could do"] for unidentified occasion 4/47Box 20
"The Status of Women Under the U.N.," speech at International Women's Day Celebration of Pioneer Women's Organization 3/47Box 20
"American Woman's Association 5/47Box 20
"Women are Human Beings:" typescript 5/47Box 20
"Victories on the International Front 5/47Box 20
"Women and the United Nations," for Colby College Forum on "Today's World Through Women's Eyes" 7-8/47Box 20
"United Nations, Freedom of Information," notes for speech before International Council of Women 9/47Box 20
"Woman's Eye View [of the UN]," notes for speech for Woman's Action Committee 10/47Box 20
"Make a Will," speech at the League of Business and Professional Women 10/47Box 20
Untitled speech ["Women's Eye View--Visit to UN with Florence Allen"] for College Women's Club of Montclair 10/47Box 20
"Women and the United Nations" 1947Box 20
"Role of Women in the World Today," speech for unidentified occasion 1947Box 20
"International Women's Day," speech for Pioneer Women's Organization 1947Box 20
"Woman as a Force in History," notes for speech for unidentified occasion 1947Box 20
"We and the United Nations" 3/48Box 21
Untitled remarks ["It is a familiar slip of the tongue to say United States when one means United Nations] from panel discussion "Shifting Status of Women" at Women's Bureau Conference 2/48Box 21
"Women and the United Nations," notes for speech for American Association of University Women, Poughkeepsie 3/48Box 21
"International Marriages," speech before National Council on Naturalization and Citizenship 3/48Box 21
"Releasing Women's Potentialities," speech before The Round Table Club 3/48Box 21
"Participation of Women," notes for speech before the Zonta Club of Patterson 3/48Box 21
"Dr. Catharine McFarlane," speech for The Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania 4/48Box 21
"Women and the United Nations," speech given before Soroptimists Club of Detroit 4/48Box 21
"The Responsibility of American Women," speech before Pennsylvania Federation of Women's Clubs Convention 5/48Box 21
"Women's Problems as Reviewed by the U.N.," speech before Massachusetts Division of the American Association of University Women" 5/48Box 21
"Remaining Discriminations in Laws Affecting Women," notes for speech before Connecticut CSA-Women's Division 5/48Box 21
"The Awakening of Women," speech delivered at the Women's Rights Centennial, Seneca Falls, NY 7/48Box 21
"Women and the UN 7/48Box 21
"Some Problems in the Field of Nationality of Married Women," speech delivered before the International Bar Association meeting 7/48Box 21
"The Awakening of Women Fall 1948Box 21
"Commission on the Status of Women Broadcast," remarks for radio broadcast 9/48Box 21
Untitled speech about Soviet women 12/48Box 21
"Responsibility of American Women," speech delivered on unidentified occasion 1948Box 21
"The College Woman in Life," notes for speech delivered at Goucher College 1/49Box 21
"The Place of Women in the Modern World," keynote address at Oberlin Symposium on Occupations for Women 2/49Box 21
"Equality and Freedom" 3/49Box 21
Untitled transcript of questions posed to DK for CBS Radio broadcast about women's rights 6/49Box 21
"Crossing New Frontiers" 6/49Box 21
"Crossing New Frontiers," excerpts from address delivered at 1949 Biennial Convention of American Association of University Women 1949Box 21
Untitled remarks ["Frustration--nothing to do with career..."] for NBC "Theater of the Mind" broadcast about career women: manuscript and typewritten script 8/49Box 21
"Women and the United Nations," notes for speech at Chautauqua 8/49Box 21
Proposed questions for professional women's panel including DK at Women's American Institute of Banking Forum Dinner 11/49Box 21
Untitled remarks taken from Seneca Falls speech ["that women were not fungible goods, i.e. identical with men as grains of sand..."] 1949Box 21
Untitled remarks about women's changing status ["A plague on both your houses!"] late 1940sBox 19
"Tide Over Harvard" 1/50Box 21
"Women and Other People," speech delivered to League of Business and Professional Women, Brooklyn 2/50Box 21
"Case (By One of Them) For Women Lawyers" 2/50Box 21
"The Meaning of Equality," speech delivered to American Civil Liberties Union 2/50Box 21
Untitled speech ["King Solomon..."] delivered to NYU Women's Law Class 6/50Box 21
"What Women Have Done," speech delivered at Barnard Forum 11/51Box 21
Notes for untitled speech ["First job as lawyer..."] delivered to Women's University Club Midcentury Conference on Careers for Women 4/51Box 21
Notes for untitled speech ["Brief introduction. Document to be circulated later"] delivered to Commission on the Status of Women 5/51Box 21
"Education for Women" 1951Box 21
"Educated Women and Controversial Issues" 2/51Box 21
"Women's Freedom in Our New World," notes for speech delivered at Providence YWCA 4/51Box 21
"Beirut--East and West Women Meet" 4/51Box 21
"Women in World Affairs," speech delivered at unidentified occasion 5/51Box 21
"Women Jurors--1951," speech delivered at Women's City Club 1951Box 21
"Alimony" 1951Box 21
"Reflections on the Status of Women," speech delivered on unidentified occasion 4/53Box 21
"Equal Rights for Women" 1953Box 21
"Equal Rights for Women" 6/54Box 22
"ACLU--Women's Rights," notes for speech given on unidentified occasion circa 1954Box 22
"The Role of Women in the World Today," speech delivered at New York Society for Ethical Culture 1/55Box 22
"Restatement of ACLU Position in Favor of Women's Rights" 6/55Box 22
Untitled speech ["We are 40 years old--a ripe age..."] for Women's City Club 11/55Box 22
"Women in Political Life," speech delivered to Sisterhood of Temple B'nai Sholom and Sisterhood of Central Synagogue 12/55Box 22
"What Life to Choose 4/56Box 22
"Human Rights of Women All Over the World," speech delivered to Women's Auxiliary of International Typographical Union 8/57Box 22
"The Legal Concept of Equality," speech delivered at Albert Einstein College of Medicine 4/59Box 22
"Sophia Smith Collection," notes and speech delivered to Smith College Friends of the Smith College Library 4/59Box 22
Untitled speech ["I am happy to have been chosen to tell you something tonight about those saintly old ladies who founded our club..."] delivered to charter members of the Women's City Club 5/59Box 22
"Lawyer and Judge," article in unidentified YWCA publication 5/59Box 22
"A Second Look at Women's Education," notes for panel discussion at Women's University Club Birthday Party 10/59Box 22
"Winifred Pitkin--Life," speech delivered to Business and Professional Women's League of Rockland County 4/60Box 22
"Jane Addams--Champion of Humanity," speech delivered at Women's International League for Peace and Freedom Centennial Conference 10/60Box 22
"The Status of Women--The Family Unit," speech delivered to Parents Without Partners 1/62Box 22
Testimony of DK on Equal Pay Bills before Congressional Committee on Education and Labor 4/62Box 22
"Women's Opportunities," speech delivered at Baldwin School on its 75th Anniversary 10/63Box 23
Untitled partial transcript of radio broadcast panel on courtship, marriage, divorce 5/64Box 23
"Jane Crow and Lily-White Males 1/66Box 23
"Discriminations Against Women 6/66Box 23
"The Educated Woman Never Had it so Good," speech delivered to Nyack branch of AAUW and League of Women Voters 12/66Box 23
"Women of the USA, Awake!" 3/67Box 23
"Divorce Law," speech delivered at Women's City Club 4/68Box 23
"Men and Women--Boredom, Violence and Political Power" circa 1960Box 22
Untitled speech introducing Carmel Carrington Marr at Women's City Club Report on Women's Rights 6/70Box 23
Untitled remarks made in television interview at women's liberation demonstration at Statue of Liberty 8/70Box 23
Transcript of testimony to City of New York Commission on Human Rights 9/70Box 23
"The Equal Rights Amendment" 12/70Box 23
"Women's Liberation--Equal Rights Amendment" circa 1970Box 23
"Reflections on the World," delivered by DK at Women's City Club party in DK's honor 5/71Box 23
"Women's Liberation 1971Box 23
"Invisible Non-People, Victims of the Common Law--Why?" 8/71Box 23
"Women's Place is in the Home, Men and Women--Boredom, Violence and Political Power, Conclusion" 1971Box 23
"Women and the Law" n.d.Box 23
"Marriage--a business or a spiritual relationship" n.d.Box 23
"Husband and Wife" n.d.Box 23
"Wife's Right of Personality" n.d.Box 23
"Women and Crime" n.d.Box 23
Untitled manuscript about the Society for the Preservation of Women's Archives, n.d. n.d.Box 23
"Women's Personal Rights as Affected by Marriage" n.d.Box 23
"Women in the Modern World" n.d.Box 23
"Marriage and the Law" n.d.Box 23
"Women are Human Beings" n.d.Box 23
"Equality and Freedom" n.d.Box 23
"Commission on the Status of Women Broadcast" n.d.Box 23
"Women's Place is in the Home?" n.d.Box 23
"The Equal Rights Amendment--Do Women Have Equality" n.d.Box 23
"Next Steps in the Emancipation of Women An Equal Rights Amendment?" n.d.Box 23
Untitled speech about women's status internationally n.d.Box 23
"Laws Concerning Family Support," outline for speech n.d.Box 23
"Woman's Rights and Powers As Affected by Marriage," outline for speech n.d.Box 23
Untitled fragment about women and work ["Thus women and with them the entire race are debased] n.d.Box 23
Untitled fragment about women and work [so there is nothing surprising perhaps in the fact that these two gentleman...] n.d.Box 23

 
World War II and American foreign policy
Notes about Italian women and fascism 1937Box 19
Notes about situation in Europe ["Refugees everywhere"] for speech delivered at Spanish Refugee Mass Meeting 3/38Box 19
Untitled remarks from the Peace Parade 8/38Box 19
"The Charter Nobody Knows," remarks for radio broadcast 10/38Box 19
Untitled remarks ["When I first heard the word subversive..."] for radio broadcast 10/38Box 19
"With Malice Toward None," remarks delivered to Chelsea Council 8/39Box 19
"War Profiteering on Food" 10/39Box 19
"New World," speech at Connecticut (?) College 10/38Box 19
"The Threat to Women in the New European Alignment and What Geneva is Doing to Help," remarks to New York Business and Professional Women 11/38Box 19
Untitled remarks about Spain 11/38Box 19
Untitled remarks about Spanish Embargo 11/38Box 19
"Justice Under Nazi-ism," remarks to Anti-Nazi Organization 1/39Box 19
"The Embargo," remarks for radio broadcast 2/39Box 19
Untitled speech for Committee for the Protection of the Foreign Born 3/39Box 19
Untitled remarks to West End Association 3/39Box 19
Untitled remarks to Europe Collegiate Club 5/39Box 19
Untitled notes ["Defend America and the Allies..."] 2/40Box 19
"United States of Europe," speech about conflicts among European nations delivered to New Era Club 1940Box 19
Untitled remarks ["Hitler's hordes are not attacking the British and French alone..."] for Committee to Defend America by Aiding the Allies 6/40Box 19
"Good Americans--How to Be One!" speech at Manhattan Beach 7/40Box 19
"Civil Liberties in War Time," speech for Humanity Guild 7/40Box 19
"Good Americans--How to Be One" speech for World's Fair 9/40Box 19
Untitled remarks ["It is splendid news..."] 9/40Box 19
"Three Point Program," article about free speech and Fifth Columnists 11/40Box 19
"European Women Under Fascism," speech for Woman's Centennial Congress 11/40Box 19
"Women in Defense," speech for Soroptimists 1/41Box 20
Untitled notes for speech on women in the military ["All existing socieities of women cooperating..."] 1/41Box 20
Untitled remarks [In these dangerous days when the Nazis] 2/41Box 20
Untitled notes ["High hopes--March 1938"] for speech and Smith Club of Queens 1938Box 19
"Economic Defense of the Americas," speech for Committee on Inter-American Cooperation 3/41Box 20
"Can Democracy Survive?" speech for White Plains ACLU 3/41Box 20
Untitled notes for remarks at Soroptimists Club program "Woman's Place in the National Defense" 4/41Box 20
"Why I am an Enemy of Nazism" 6/41Box 20
Untitled notes ["Y.W. in Europe..."] for speech at YWCA 10/41Box 20
"The New World Comes of Age," editorial for Chelsean 1/42Box 20
Untitled notes ["One of those cases where each is convinced..."] for radio broadcast 2/42Box 20
Untitled remarks ["Even among citizens reasonable classifications are appropriate..."] re 3/42Box 20
"Why Talk Now of Post-war Problems?" questions for discussion for radio broadcast 3/42Box 20
Untitled notes ["Walling--Federal Wages and hours..."] for remarks at 42nd Annual meeting of National Consumers League to discuss "Our Industrial Army 3/42Box 20
"Women in the War and After," speech for the Council of Women 4/42Box 20
Untitled speech ["Amy Lowell Says war is a pattern..."] for Sweet Briar College 4/42Box 20
"National Needs and Resources," in The Institute in Review 4/42Box 20
"American Flag," speech for American Labor Party 5/42Box 20
"Women and the World Order," speech given at Smith College 6/42Box 20
Untitled notes ["good government--exciting from local to international..."] 7/42Box 20
"The Voice of Freedom," speech at WMCA Freedom House 9/42Box 20
"Winning the War and Peace," notes for remarks to League of Women Voters 10/42Box 20
"Trade Barriers Between States," remarks for radio broadcast 11/42Box 20
"Women Doctors in the Army," speech delivered to AMWA 12/42Box 20
Untitled speech for Women in War Congress at Girls Commercial High School 12/42Box 20
Untitled article for The Cooperative Crier about government during wartime 1942Box 20
"England Leads the Way," speech for Women's City Club 2/43Box 20
Untitled notes ["I call for Color Guard..."] for speech for The Anti-Defamation League 2/43Box 20
"Staff of the World Organization," roundtable discussion on U.N. 3/43Box 20
Untitled notes ["Shifting times--may shift for women too"] for speech 4/43Box 20
"Compulsory Registration of Women," remarks for radio broadcast 4/43Box 20
"World After the War," notes for speech at Women's City Club of NY 5/43Box 20
"Cooperatives 9/43Box 20
"Should Women be Drafted?" in The American Forum of the Air 10/43Box 20
"Women's Action Committee for Victory and Lasting Peace," remarks at NYT Conference 10/43Box 20
"An International Bill of Rights," speech at Free World Conference 10/43Box 20
"Replacement of Men by Women and Equal Pay," for the Industrial Bulletin 1/44Box 20
Untitled speech ["War does strange things..."] at Labor Standards Conference 2/44Box 20
"Looking Forward," introductory remarks by DK at Annual Meeting of Women's Action Committee for Victory and Lasting Peace 5/44Box 20
"Should Immigration Restrictions be Stiffened After the War" 2/45Box 20
Untitled speech ["Life in international world--Smith Students..."] for Smith College 4/47Box 20
Notes for Untitled speech ["San Francisco--fundamental freedoms, without distinction to race, sex, language, religion"] for York, PA Soroptimists 4/47Box 20
Notes for untitled speech ["Charter--human rights"] for Northfield School 4/47Box 20
"The World--Now or Never," speech given in Trenton, NJ 4/47Box 20
Untitled speech ["San Francisco--the delicate flower is from stormy days in London..."] for American Association of University Women 5/47Box 20
"U.S. Foreign Policy," notes for speech delivered before Westchester Americans for Democratic Action 3/51Box 21
Untitled speech about Vietnam policy and the attitude toward President Johnson 9/68Box 23

 
Miscellaneous
"The Five Year Plan in the Flesh," for speech delivered at Cosmopolitan Club 4/37Box 19
Untitled notes for speech about Hillside Hospital 2/40Box 19
Untitled notes for remarks at Research Council on the Problems of Alcohol 5/40Box 19
Untitled remarks ["In these days of storm and turmoil..."] for speech at Salisbury Connecticut Bicentennial 8/41Box 20
Untitled remarks for radio broadcast ["Casting out the devils was an ancient form of healing..."] 1942Box 20
Untitled notes ["Police Department Boys Band"] for remarks 2/43Box 20
"Rochdale Centennial," notes for speech at Free World Association 12/43Box 20
Untitled speech ["Strawberry festival--they agree with me..."], given in Far Rockaway, NY 5/45Box 20
Untitled remarks about the Girl Scouts of Greater New York for radio broadcast 10/48Box 21
Untitled remarks about Girl Scouts for radio broadcast 12/49Box 21
"The State Division and the New By-Laws," remarks at AAUW meeting 6/50Box 21
"Speech Making," article for Junior League Magazine 11/51Box 21
Untitled remarks about Roosevelt Day Dinner delivered to Americans for Democratic Action-West Side Branch 12/52Box 21
"City Report," report delivered at ADA National Board Mtg 1/55Box 22
Notes for untitled remarks about traffic and parking for radio broadcast 12/55Box 22
Untitled speech delivered to Women's City Club 10/62Box 22

 

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