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United World Federalists mss., 1928-1988 (bulk 1946-1986)

Summary Information

Repository
Lilly Library (Indiana University, Bloomington)
Lilly Library
Indiana University
1200 E. Seventh St.
Bloomington, IN 47405-5500
Phone: 812-855-2452
Fax: 812-855-3143
Email: liblilly@indiana.edu

Creator
United World Federalists

Title
United World Federalists mss., 1928-1988  (bulk 1946-1986)

Collection No.
LMC 2480

Extent
ca. 500,000 items

Language
Materials are in English.

Abstract
The United World Federalists mss., 1928-1988, consists of correspondence and internal memoranda; records relating to the United World Federalists's history, organization, policies and programs, committee reports, student chapters, general assemblies held annually in different cities; financial accounts and membership records; and manuals and other publications issued by the national office on a variety of issues.

Access Restrictions

This collection is open for research.

Historical Note

The United World Federalists was a non-partisan, non-profit organization with members in forty-eight states. This organization was founded in Asheville, North Carolina on February 23, 1947 as the result of a merger of five existing world government groups: Americans United for World Government; World Federalists, U.S.A.; Student Federalists; Georgia World Citizens Committee; and the Massachusetts Committee for World Federation. The organization became World Federalists, USA in the 1960s, before changing its name again in the 1970s to World Federalists Association.

The primary purpose of the organization is: (1) to achieve permanent peace through universal disarmament enforced by law; (2) to release for the satisfaction of human needs the resources that at present must be used in continuous preparation for war; (3) to maintain and promote human freedom, and to mobilize support for free institutions among all peoples; (4) to secure to all peoples the right to develop according to their own customs and traditions. Based entirely in the United States it is one of the largest member organizations of the World Federalist Movement. While the two organizations work closely together on many programs they are incorporated separately, with separate staffs, headquarters, and governing boards.

Arrangement

The arrangement and contents of the files have been retained and listed as received.

Scope and Content Note

The collection consists of correspondence and internal memoranda; records relating to the United World Federalists's history, organization, policies and programs, committee reports, student chapters, general assemblies held annually in different cities; financial accounts and membership records; and manuals and other publications issued by the national office on a variety of issues. In addition there are scrapbooks, audio tapes, films and phonograph albums.

Administrative Information

Acquisition Information
Acquired 1956-1992
Usage Restrictions
Prior arrangements are not necessary before coming to the Library, however, patrons from out of town are encouraged to communicate with the Library in advance of their visits to ascertain availability of materials.

Photocopying permitted only with permission of the Curator of Manuscripts, Lilly Library.

Preferred Citation
[Item], United World Federalists mss., Lilly Library, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana.

Series: Collection

Boxes 1-7: organized by state/city, ca. 1947-1952

Boxes 1-7 consist of correspondence, membership reports, chapter reports, membership lists, announcements for meetings, newsletters, newspaper clippings, minutes of meetings


Box 1 Alabama - General Correspondence

UWF of Alabama - state

UWF of Birmingham, Alabama

UWF of Fairhope, Alabama

"B" correspondence with The Mobile Press Register, 1949

UWF of Mobile, Alabama

UWF of Montgomery, Alabama

UWF of Selma, Alabama

Alaska

Arizona - General Correspondence

UWF of Douglas, Arizona

UWF of Phoenix, Arizona

UWF of Tucson, Arizona

Arkansas - General Correspondence

California - Northern Division, General Correspondence

UWF of Northern California, 1951 state

UWF of Northern California

UWF of Belvedere-Tiburon, California

UWF of Berkeley, California

UWF of Los Altos, California

UWF of Los Gatos, California, North

UWF of Marin County, California

UWF of Modesto

UWF of Ojai, California

UWF of Oakland, California

UWF of Palo Alto, California

UWF of Riverside, California

UWF of San Francisco, California

UWF of San Jose, California, North

UWF of Stockton, California

California - Southern Division

UWF of Southern California

UWF Foothill California (La Canada)

UWF of Laguna Beach, California

UWF of La Jolla, California

UWF of Long Beach, California

UWF of Los Angeles, Midtown, Southern California

UWF of Palm Springs, California

UWF of San Bernardino, California

UWF of Sacramento, N. California

UWF of San Diego, California

UWF of San Fernando Valley, California

San Gabriel Valley, California

UWF of Santa Barbara, California

San Monica, California

UWF of South Bay, California

South East Chapter, California

Colorado - General Correspondence

UWF of Colorado State Branch

UWF of Colorado Springs, Colorado

UWF of Damora, Colorado

UWF of Denver, Colorado

UWF of Greeley, Colorado

UWF of Sterling, Colorado

Connecticut State, General Correspondence

UWF of Connecticut

UWF of Cheshire, Connecticut

UWF of Greenwich, Connecticut

Hartford, Connecticut

UWF of Madison and Guilford, Connecticut

UWF of Mansfield, Connecticut

UWF of New Canaan, Connecticut

UWF of New Haven, Connecticut

UWF of Newtown, Connecticut

UWF of Sharon, Connecticut

UWF of Southbury, Connecticut

UWF of Stamford, Connecticut

UWF of Suffield, Connecticut

UWF of Waterbury, Connecticut

UWF of Westport, Connecticut

UWF of Wilton, Connecticut

Delaware, General Correspondence

UWF of Delaware (state)

UWF of Seaford, Delaware

Box 2 District of Columbia - General Correspondence

UWF of District of Columbia

Association for Education in World Government, 1018-18 St. NW, Washington, DC.

Florida - General Correspondence

UWF of Florida state

UWF of Clearwater, Florida

UWF of Fort Lauderdale, Florida

UWF of Jacksonville, Florida

UWF of Kissimmee, Florida

UWF of Lakeland, Florida

UWF of Miami, Florida

UWF of Orlando, Florida

UWF of St. Petersburg, Florida

UWF of Sanford, Florida

UWF of Sarasota, Florida

UWF of Tallahassee, Florida

UWF of Tampa, Florida

UWF of Winter Park, Florida

Georgia - General Correspondence

UWF of Georgia

Georgia Committee for W.F.

UWF of Atlanta

UWF of Macon, Georgia

UWF of Athens, Georgia

UWF of Pelham, Georgia

UWF of Savannah, Georgia

UWF of Thomasville, Georgia

UWF of Guam

UWF of Hawaii

Idaho - General Correspondence

UWF of Idaho (state)

UWF of Boise

UWF of Idaho Falls

UWF of Lewiston, Idaho

UWF of Moscow, Idaho

UWF of Illinois state, 1948-1949

Illinois - General Correspondence

UWF of Lake Forest, Illinois

UWF of Prairie View, Illinois

UWF of Springfield, Illinois

UWF of University of Chicago, Illinois

UWF of Winnetka, Illinois

UWF of Indiana - State Branch

UWF of Indiana (provisional)

Indiana - General Correspondence

UWF of Bedford, Indiana

UWF of Bloomington, Indiana

UWF of Gary, Indiana

UWF of Hammond, Indiana

UWF of Fort Wayne

UWF of Indianapolis, Indiana

UWF of St. Joseph's County (South Bend, Indiana)

Iowa. General correspondence

UWF of Iowa state, 1949

Box 3 UWF of Iowa (state), 1948

Kansas. General correspondence

Kentucky. General correspondence

UWF of Louisville, Kentucky

Louisiana. General correspondence

UWF of New Orleans, Louisiana

Maine. General correspondence

UWF of Maine (state)

UWF of Kennebeck Valley region, Maine

Maryland. General correspondence

UWF of Maryland (state)

UWF of Northwest Baltimore, Maryland

UWF of Bel Air

UWF of Frederick, Maryland

UWF of Talbot County, Maryland

Massachusetts state

UWF of Massachusetts state

UWF of Framingham, Massachusetts

UWF of Greater Boston, Massachusetts

Minuteman chapter, Massachusetts

UWF of Massachusetts

UWF of Worchester, Massachusetts

Michigan state. General correspondence

UWF of Michigan, disbanded

Michigan Plan. "Reflections on the Michigan Proposal"

Larry Fuchs, correspondence with Michigan

UWF of Ann Arbor (adult), Michigan

Ann Arbor (University), Michigan

UWF of Birmingham, Michigan

UWF of Clinton, Michigan

UWF of Detroit, Michigan

Box 4 UWF of Grand Rapids, Michigan

UWF of Grosse Point, Michigan

UWF of Lansing, Michigan

UWF of Flint, Michigan (embryo)

UWF of St. Johns, Michigan

Minnesota, general correspondence

UWF of Minnesota (state)

UWF of Duluth, Minnesota EMPTY

UWF of Minneapolis, Minnesota

UWF of Rochester, Minnesota

UWF of St. Paul, Minnesota

UWF of University of Minnesota

Mississippi, general correspondence

Missouri, general correspondence

UWF of Missouri state

UWF of Ferguson, Missouri

UWF of Kansas City, Missouri

UWF of Kirkwood, Missouri. (St. Louis suburb).

St. Louis area council

UWF of St. Louis, Missouri

UWF of University of Missouri

UWF of Webster Groves, Missouri

West End Chapter, St. Louis County, Missouri

Montana, general correspondence

UWF of Hamilton, Montana

UWF of Helena, Montana

UWF of Livingston, Montana

UWF of Missoula, Montana

Nebraska, general correspondence

UWF of Omaha, defunct

Nevada, general correspondence

Nevada, general

New England regional plan

New areas correspondence. New Mexico, Virginia, Michigan, Minnesota, North Carolina "samples - types of letters to new areas"

New Hampshire, general correspondence

UWF of New Hampshire

UWF of Concord, New Hampshire

UWF of Manchester, New Hampshire

UWF of Nashua, New Hampshire

UWF of New London, New Hampshire

New Jersey, general correspondence

(2 folders)


UWF of New Jersey (state)

UWF of Bayonne, New Jersey

UWF of Boonton, New Jersey

UWF of Hudson County, New Jersey

UWF of Metuchen, New Jersey

UWF of Millburn-Short Hills, New Jersey

UWF of Montclair, New Jersey

UWF of Morristown, New Jersey

UWF of Newark, New Jersey

UWF of North Monmouth County, New Jersey

UWF of Oldwick, New Jersey

UWF of Somerset Hills, New Jersey

UWF of Summit, New Jersey

UWF of Trenton, New Jersey

UWF of New Mexico - state

New Mexico - general correspondence

UWF of Artesia, New Mexico

UWF of Carlsbad, New Mexico

UWF of Las Vegas, New Mexico

UWF of Los Alamos, New Mexico

UWF of Santa Fe, New Mexico

New York state branch correspondence, 1948-1949

New York State Branch correspondence, 1950

Box 5 New York state branch mimeo'd chapter letters and announcements

(4 folders)


Manhattan UWF, 1948-1949

Manhattan UWF, 1950

Brooklyn UWF

Bronx UWF

Queens UWF

Staten Island UWF

Upstate [New York] UWF

Nassau and Suffolk, UWF

Rochester area UWF

Southern Tier Council, New York

Syracuse, New York area UWF

Utica, New York UWF

Westchester, New York UWF

Manhattan, general correspondence, 1949-1950

(2 folders)


Bronx, general correspondence

Brooklyn, general correspondence

Queens, general correspondence

Staten Island, general correspondence

Upstate [New York], general correspondence

Nassau and Suffolk, general correspondence

Westchester, general correspondence

North Carolina, general correspondence

UWF of North Carolina (state)

UWF of Asheville, North Carolina

UWF of Chapel Hill, North Carolina

UWF of Charlotte, North Carolina

UWF of Greensboro, North Carolina

UWF of Mt. Airey, North Carolina

UWF of Raleigh, North Carolina

North Dakota, general correspondence

UWF of Fargo, North Dakota

UWF of Grand Forks, North Dakota (embryo)

UWF of Ohio state

(2 folders)


Ohio, general correspondence

Ohio, Upshar Evans

Akron, Ohio chapter

UWF of Canton, Ohio (embryo)

UWF of Cincinnati, Ohio

Cleveland area council

(2 folders)


Box 6 Columbus, Ohio chapter

Dayton, Ohio

UWF of Toledo, Ohio

UWF of Wadsworth, Ohio

UWF of Warren, Ohio

UWF of Youngstown, Ohio

Oklahoma, general correspondence

UWF of Oklahoma state, 1948

UWF of Oklahoma state, 1949-1951

UWF of Alba, Oklahoma (provisional)

UWF of Ardmore, Oklahoma

UWF of Arnett, Oklahoma (embryo)

UWF of Bartlesville, Oklahoma

UWF of Elk City, Oklahoma

UWF of Enid, Oklahoma

UWF of Fairview, Oklahoma

UWF of Garber, Oklahoma (embryo)

UWF of Kingfisher, Oklahoma (embryo)

UWF of Norman, Oklahoma

UWF of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

UWF of Shawnee, Oklahoma (embryo)

UWF of Stillwater, Oklahoma

UWF of Tulsa, Oklahoma

UWF of Woodward, Oklahoma

Oregon, general correspondence

UWF of Eugene, Oregon

UWF of Portland, Oregon

UWF of Pennsylvania state

(2 folders)


Pennsylvania state field office

Pennsylvania, general correspondence

UWF of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

(2 folders)


Bucks County UWF, Pennsylvania

UWF of Main Line, Pennsylvania

UWF of Meadville, Pennsylvania

UWF of Newcastle, Pennsylvania

Old York Road chapter UWF, Pennsylvania

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania chapter

UWF of Reading, Pennsylvania

UWF of Scranton, Pennsylvania

UWF of State College, Pennsylvania

UWF of Titusville, Pennsylvania

UWF of Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania

UWF of Williamsport, Pennsylvania

UWF of Wissahickon, Pennsylvania

Rhode Island, general correspondence

South Carolina, general correspondence

UWF of Charleston, South Carolina

UWF of Columbia, South Carolina

South Dakota, general correspondence

UWF of Rapid City, South Dakota

Tennessee, general correspondence

UWF of Tennessee state

UWF of Chattanooga, Tennessee

UWF of Kingsport, Tennessee

UWF of Knoxville, Tennessee

UWF of Nashville, Tennessee

UWF of Oak Ridge, Tennessee

Box 7 Texas, general correspondence

UWF of Texas state

UWF of Amarillo, Texas

UWF of Corpus Christi, Texas

UWF of Dallas, Texas

UWF of Denton, Texas

UWF of Fort Worth, Texas

UWF of Houston, Texas

UWF of San Antonio, Texas

James Speer, Texas Branch

UWF of Utah state

Utah, general correspondence

UWF of Ogden, Utah

UWF of Salt Lake City, Utah

Vermont, general correspondence

UWF of Vermont state

UWF of Brattleboro, Vermont

UWF of Chittenden County, Vermont (Charlotte)

UWF of Cuddingsville, Vermont

UWF of Middlebury, Vermont

UWF of Peru, Vermont (embryo)

UWF of Poultney, Vermont

UWF of St. Johnsbury, Vermont

UWF of Windsor, Vermont

UWF of Woodstock, Vermont

UWF of Virginia state

Virginia, general correspondence

UWF of Charlottesville, Virginia

UWF of Loudon County, Virginia

UWF of Lynchburg, Virginia

UWF of Norfolk, Virginia

UWF of Orange County, Virginia

UWF of Pulaski, Virginia

UWF of Winchester, Virginia

UWF of Washington state

(2 folders)


Washington, general correspondence

UWF of Bellevue, Washington

UWF of Kent, Washington

UWF of Pullman, Washington

Seattle, Washington chapter

UWF of Tacoma, Washington

West Virginia, general correspondence

Wisconsin, general correspondence

UWF of Wisconsin state

UWF of Janesville, Wisconsin

UWF of Kenosha, Wisconsin

UWF of Madison, Wisconsin

UWF of Milwaukee, Wisconsin

UWF of Sheboygan, Wisconsin

Wyoming, general correspondence

American Association for the United Nations - students, 1952

Collegiate Council for the UN, 1951

North American Student Cooperative League, 1952

Lucy Law's itinerary, 1954-1955

Study and Travel abroad, 1952-1955

Young World Federalists, 1952-1954

New England conference on United Nation's revision, 1954

Correspondence with students and student chapters, 1951-1952

Lucy Law's trip, 1955 far west

Miscellaneous student correspondence, 1952-1954

(3 folders)


Box 8 Student Institute, 1955

Miscellaneous correspondence, Field Department, 1953-1954

(2 folders)


Unfiled Miscellaneous field correspondence, 1952-1953

(2 folders)


Field conferences, 1952-1954

Bits and Pieces, miscellaneous materials, 1948-1951

HCR 54 - SCR 56

(2 folders)


Congressional Record, 1951

McMahon Resolution on Disarmament, SCR 94, 1950

Cowles' Article in Look, 1951

VIP Statements, 1950

Operation VIP correspondence, 1950

Conventions, 1950

Operation VIP, 1950

Draft Policy statements, 1951

Duke University Project, 1949-1951

Executive committee minutes, 1950-1952

(2 folders)


National executive council, Columbus, Ohio, 1951

Organization liaison, director of U.S. youth organizations, 1951

National organization liaison committee, 1951

Joint action analysis to all organized groups,

Resolution letters, 1951

National conference on citizenship, 1952

(2 folders)


National conference on family life, 1948

Madison Square Garden rally, June 9, 1949

Box 9 World government Sunday, 1952

Lists, 1950-1953

National conference on international economic and social development, 1952

(2 folders)


Miscellaneous conferences, 1951-1952

Meetings, miscellaneous, 1951-1950

Ruth Root, 1951

Northern Baptists, American Baptist convention, 1950-1953

Southern Baptists, 1946

Cooperating Council, 1948

General federation of women's clubs, 1951

Liberal party

National conference of Methodist youth, 1950-1951

National student council of the YMCA and YWCA, 1951

New Jersey Bar Association, 1951

Students for Democratic Action, 1951

Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, 1951

The world citizenship movement, 1950

Young Republicans, 1951

American Legion, 1947

American Legion, 1948

American Legion, 1949

American Legion, 1950

American Legion, 1951

American Legion, 1951-1952

(2 folders)


American Legion, 1952-1953

American Legion's exposure of hate groups, 1949-1951

Resolution of American Legion adopted at Miami, Florida, Oct. 15-18, 1951

Marine Corps League, 1950

Jewish War Veterans, 1950

Jewish veterans of the United States, 1949-1950

International War Vets, 1951

Hope (Help Organize Peace Everywhere), 1951-1952

Disabled American Veterans, 1951

American War Dads, 1947-1951

American War Dads, 1948

AMVETS, 1949-1951

AMVETS, 1949-1950

American Veterans Committee, 1948-1951

American Association of University Women, 1948-1952

Women Miscellaneous, 1950-1951

Veterans organizations, general, 1947-1948

Miscellaneous Veterans, 1950-1952

Sons of the American Revolution, 1949

Retired Officers Association, 1950-1951

Reserve Officers Association, 1950-1951

United States Naval Institute, 1951

Box 10 General Federation of Women, 1948-1952

General Federation of Women's Clubs, 1951

Business and professional women's clubs, 1948-1954

Miscellaneous organizations, A-H

Zonta Clubs, 1950

YWCA, 1948-1949

Women's Republican clubs, 1948-1949

Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, 1947-1951

Women's international expositions, 1949

Women's Action Committee for Lasting Peace, 1948

WOMAN, Inc., 1948-1949

The United Council of Church Women, 1951

National Council of Women, USA, 1946-1947

National Council of Negro Women, 1948-1949

National Council of Jewish Women, Inc.1948-1950

National Council of Catholic Women, 1951

League of Women Voters, 1947-1951

Hadassah, 1949-1950

The American Vegetarian, 1948

American Association for Advancement of Science, 1948

Action Committee for a World Constitutional Convention, 1946

American Jewish Committee

American Friends Service Committee, 1943-1951

American Civil Liberties Union, 1948

Action for a federated world

American Association for the United Nations, 1946-1951

American Association for the United Nations, 1947-1952

Miscellaneous organizations, I-Z

Annual assembly report (second) and officials observers

UWF second annual assembly, Nov. 1948

UWF third annual general assembly, Oct. 1949

UWF fourth annual general assembly, Oct. 1950

UWF fifth annual general assembly, Part I, 1951

UWF fifth annual general assembly, Part II, 1951

UWF fifth annual general assembly, Part III, 1951

UWF fifth annual general assembly, Part IV. Official observers, 1951

Box 11 UWF convention, 1950

UWF fourth annual general assembly, Washington, 1950

Organization liaison list

Dean Andrews' speech, Aug. 16, 1950

Miscellaneous, 1950-1951

Resolutions on world organizations pending before Senate Foreign Relations Committee, 1949

Thomas sub-committee, 1950

The Problem of Chinese representation in the UN and world federation, 1950

Statement before Senate Judiciary Committee by Alan Cranston, Sacramento, June 27, 1949

O.L. National executive council answers to O.L. questionnaire

List for "disarmament" mailing, 1951

Miscellaneous correspondence, 1950-1951

List of organization liaison chairmen, 1951

The federalist exchange list, 1951

Letters concerning the federalist, 1952

Literature list

"Men of Goodwill"

Names

Lists, 1950-1951

Miscellaneous organization lists, 1950-1951

Organization liaison memos, 1950-1951

Organization liaison publications, 1952

Personnel, 1950

Special projects

World federalists organization, Belgium, Netherlands, 1946-1948

Organizations interested in international relations [EMPTY]

Lists of organizations, miscellaneous, 1948

Organizations for world government, general

Organizations on record for world government, 1947

Europe political, 1948

Fourth Congress of UMWFG, Rome, Apr. 1951

World movement for world federal government, 1947-1951

(2 folders)


England, national peace council, 1946-1948

England, Federal Union Ltd., 1945-1948

England, crusade for world government, 1948-1950

(2 folders)


Box 12 Argentina, 1948

Australia, 1946-1948

Austria, 1947-1948

Canada world government association, 1945-1948

Central European federal movement, 1947

China, 1946-1947

Denmark, 1948-1950

England, general

England, Parliament, 1947

England, world unity movement

France general, 1947-1949

German, general, 1948

Hungary, 1947

India, 1948

Italy, 1946-1948

Japan, 1947-1950

Luxemburg, 1948

New Zealand, 1948

Norway, 1948

Philippines, 1948

Scotland, 1946-1947

South Africa federal union council, 1946-1950's

Sweden, 1948-1950

Switzerland, 1946-1948

Turkey

Miscellaneous letters, newsletters, etc, 1950-1952

Student section, data from, 1947-1950

European union of federalists, correspondence, 1940-1948

(2 folders)


Esperanto association, 1947-1948

Reports from Geneva, 1932-1937

Union of student federalists, 1947

World movement for world federal government, U.S. council, 1947-1948

Peoples' world convention, 1950

World assembly for moral re-armament

Youth groups, 1945

Universal peace society

Foreign organizations, general, 1947-1948

Foreign organizations, miscellaneous, 1948-1949

International assembly of women

Miscellaneous papers and reports, 1928-1950

(2 folders)


Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rinth, 1950

Atlantic Union, 1950-1951

Americans for democratic action, 1948-1951

Box 13 "A" organizations, 1948-1950

American Unitarian association, 1953

Americans united for world government, 1944-1946

American Veterans committee, 1946-1948

"B" organizations, 1948

Baha'i publishing committee, 1943-1947

"C" organizations, 1947-1950

Campaign for world government, 1941-1950

Carnegie endowment fund for international Peace, 1941-1945

Catholic association for international peace, 1950

(2 folders)


Christian Register, 1946

Church of the brethren, 1946

Church peace union, 1948

Citizen's committee for UN reform, 1946-1948

Citizens committee on displaced persons, 1947-1948

Civil rights congress, 1948

Commission to study the organization of peace, 1948

Committee on education for lasting peace, 1947-1948

Committee on public affairs, 1948

Committee to form a world constitution, 1946-1949

Conference on science, philosophy and religion, 1949

Council for democracy, 1947

Council for limited world government, 1946

Council on foreign relations, 1946-1948

DAR, 1948-1951

Dunkirk, 1947-1948

Emergency world people's congress, 1947

Encampment for citizenship, 1948

"F" organizations, 1947-1950

Federal council of churches of Christ in America, 1943-1948

Federal union, 1939-1950

The federalists, 1948

Fellowship of reconciliation, 1941-1950

National association for the advancement of colored people, 1948-1950

National committee for free Europe, 1950

National peace conference

National youth council for independent political action

New century foundation

"O" organizations, 1947-1950

One world congress, 1948

Operation democracy, 1948

Peoples world convention, 1950-1951

Society for the prevention of world war III, 1943-1950

Student federalists Inc., 1943-1947

"T" organizations, 1950

"U" organizations, 1948

UN association, 1946

UN council, 1945-1948

"W" organizations, 1946-1948

Veteran groups, 1949-1950

VFW, 1950

"W" organizations, 1947-1949

Win the peace organization, 1946

Women's clubs and world government, 1950

Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, 1950

Woodrow Wilson foundation, 1942-1946

Workers for world security, 1947-1948

World affairs council, 1948

World assembly of youth, 1951

List of national organizations on record in favor of world government, 1950-1954

Resolutions adopted by organizations in favor of world government, 1947-1951

Box 14 American veterans committee, 1953

Central conference of American rabbis, 1951

Congregational Christian churches, 1950, 1952

Brotherhood of railroad trainmen, 1950

Cooperative league, 1948, 1952

Disciples of Christ, 1950, 1953

Friends, 1951-1952

International association Y's men's clubs, 1949

The Methodist church, 1948-1952

Methodist newsletter, 1950

National farmer's union, 1950-1954

National grange, 1948-1953

Congress of industrial organizations, 1950-1953

US junior chamber of commerce, 1948-1953

National education association, 1950-1953

Americans for democratic action, 1950-1954

Presbyterian church, 1948-1953

United automobile workers of America, 1949-1953

State action, 1949-1951

(2 folders)


Political action, 1950-1951

Advertising committee, general, 1948-1951

Miscellaneous, national resolutions, 1950

Evangelical church of the Brethren, 1947

Friends of democracy, 1950

General federation of women's clubs, 1948

National hosiery workers union, 1948

Flanders resolution, 1951

Local and miscellaneous resolutions, 1948-1950

Resolutions rejected, 1949

Political action letters, 1949-1951

State political action, 1950-1951

Madison Square Garden rally, 1949

Resolutions, state legislatures, state referenda, 1941-1951

Commission on Christian social relations, 1950

Community church, 1951-1952

World brotherhood organization, 1950

Church peace union and world alliance, 1948-1950

Operation manual

Peoples league for world order, 1945-1946

Post war world council, 1946-1947

"R" organizations

Republican party, 1949

Resolved, 1947-1948

"S" organizations, 1947-1950

Ford foundation fund, 1950

Foundation for world government, 1948, 1951

Foreign policy association, 1941-1950

Free world association, 1942

Freedom House, Inc., 1945

"G" organizations, 1948

Golden rule fellowship [EMPTY]

"H" organizations, 1950

"I" organizations, 1947-1950

Inter-American congress of women, 1947

"N" organizations, 1947-1949

National council of Jewish women, 1940-1941

Box 15 National foundation for scientific research, 1945

Anti-defamation league, 1951

B'nai B'rith, 1948-1950

Federal security agency - children's bureau, 1948-1949

Kiwanis, 1948-1951

Lions, 1948-1950

National Jewish welfare board, 1947-1949

National social welfare assembly, 1951

Optimists club, 1949-1950

Rotary international, 1948-1951

Ruritan national, 1948

International federal of Y's men's clubs, 1949-1952

YMCA, 1947-1951

National student council of the YMCA and YWCA, 1952

Amalgamated clothing workers, 1950-1951

American federation of hosiery workers, 1949-1951

American federation of labor, 1947-1952

CIO, 1947-1951

(2 folders)


Brotherhood of railroad trainmen, 1948-1952

International confederation of free trade unions [empty]

Labor action, 1949

Labor contacts, 1949

Labor education service, 1948-1952

Oil workers, 1950

Labor, general, 1950-1952

American civil liberties union, 1949

Americans for democratic action, 1947-1953

Coordinating council on national affairs, 1950

Council for democracy, 1944-1947

Council of state governments, 1950

Democratic party, 1951

Freedoms foundation, 1951

Friends of democracy, Inc., 1948-1951

Liberal party, 1948-1949

National council against conscription, 1948-1952

Progressive citizens of America, 1947-1948

Republicans, 1948-1951

Young democrats, 1949-1952

Young Republican federation, 1949-1951

American Bar association, 1948-1950

American Bar association, 1951

American bar association, 1952

American bar association opposition, 1951

International federation of free teachers unions, 1953

American academy of political and social science, 1949-1952

American library association, 75th anniversary plans, 1951

American psychiatric association, 1948-1950

Federation of atomic scientists, 1952

Libraries, 1949-1951

Scientists for world government, 1947-1948

Writer's board, 1951

Box 16 Southern Baptist convention, 1950-1951

Catholic association for international peace, 1949-1953

Catholic church, 1948-1952

Catholic organization, 1952-1953

National Catholic welfare conference, 1949-1951

Central conference of American rabbis, 1950-1952

Baptist church, 1949-1952

American friends service committee, 1951-1952

American Jewish Committee, 1951

Congregational church, 1948-1953

Disciples of Christ, 1949-1952

Ecumenical conference, 1948

Religious society of friends committee on legislation, 1947-1951

Miscellaneous friends, 1951

Pope's statement (I), 1950-1951

Pope's statement (II), 1950-1951

Pope's statement (III), 1950-1952

(2 folders)


Lutherans, 1951

Methodist church, 1948-1953

(3 folders)


Moravian church, 1950

National Catholic welfare conference, 1950-1952

National conference of Christians and Jews, 1948-1951

The outlook (National council of churches), 1951

Federal council of churches of Christ in America, 1948-1953

(3 folders)


National council of churches of Christ, 1951

Division of united church women (national council of churches), 1948-1952

National Newman club federation, 1951

National peace conference, 1948-1953

Presbyterian church, 1946-1952

Protestant Episcopal church, 1948-1952

Box 17 Synagogue council of America, 1945-1950

Unitarians, 1947-1951

World council of churches, 1951

World council of churches, 1951

Church, miscellaneous, 1949-1953

American association of university women, 1953

General department of united church women, 1953

National council of Jewish women, 1953

United Lutheran church in America, 1951

American Baptist convention, 1953-1954

American association of school administrators, 1950-1953

National council of Catholic women, 1952

Young democratic clubs of America, 1949, 1951

League of women voters, 1952-1954

Church peace union, 1951

Episcopal church, 1946-1952

Association of Catholic trade unionists, 1953

Excerpts from resolutions on foreign policy, 1949

Organization liaison material, 1952-1954

(3 folders)


Philadelphia area council CPA examination, 1950

Rachel Welch

UWF of California, 1953

Membership and financial status UWF branches, 1950-1953

Personnel, 1951-1953

Advertising and publicity, UWF, 1951-1953

Mailings to branches and chapters, 1951

Mailings to branches and chapters, 1952-1953

(2 folders)


UWF eighth annual general assembly, 1954

National convention, 1954, correspondence concerning arrangements

Policy and platform, 1953-1954

1954 convention, registration

Mimeographed material, 1954 convention

National executive committee, 1949

B-50 forms, etc., 1954

Congressional quarterly report, 1951-1952

Box 18 Congressional quarterly report for J. Spingarn, 1950-1952

Report on world movement for world federal government

Book reviews, 1947-1949

Resolution on Streit-Roberts plan, 1949

Alabama, 1949-1951

Alaska

Arizona, 1948-1951

California, 1948-1950

California, 1951

Colorado, 1947-1959

Connecticut, 1948-1952

Delaware, 1948-1951

District of Columbia, 1948-1952

(2 folders)


Florida, 1949-1951

Georgia, 1948-1952

Hawaii, 1950-1951

Idaho, 1950-1951

Illinois, 1948-1952

Indiana, 1948-1951

Iowa, 1948-1952

Kansas, 1948-1951

Kentucky, 1948-1951

Louisiana, 1948-1952

Maine, 1948-1951

Maryland, 1948-1952

Massachusetts, 1948-1952

Michigan, 1948-1951

Minnesota, 1948-1952

Mississippi, 1948

Missouri, 1948-1951

Montana, 1948-1951

Nebraska, 1951

Nevada, 1951

New Hampshire, 1949-1951

New Jersey, 1948-1951

New Jersey, 1951

Box 19 New York (city), 1948-1952

(2 folders)


New York (state), 1948-1951

(2 folders)


Rhode Island, 1948-1952

South Carolina, 1948-1949

South Dakota, 1951

Tennessee, 1948-1951

Texas, 1948-1951

Utah, 1951

Virginia, 1948-1952

Letters concerning the Cashmere, Washington incident, 1951

Vermont, 1949

Washington, 1948-1951

(2 folders)


Wisconsin, 1948-1951

Wyoming, 1948-1950

New Mexico, 1948-1952

North Carolina, 1948-1951

North Dakota, 1950

Ohio, 1948-1952

Oklahoma, 1949-1952

Oregon, 1950-1952

Pennsylvania, 1948-1952

California, 1949-1951

(2 folders)


California resolution, 1949

Colorado, 1950-1951

Connecticut, 1948-1951

Florida, 1949-1951

Illinois, 1950

Maine, 1948-1951

Maryland, 1950

Box 20 Massachusetts, 1946-1950

New Jersey, 1947-1951

New York, 1948-1951

New York state, 1949-1950

Northwest (Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana), 1950-1951

Ohio, 1949-1950

Oklahoma, 1950

Pennsylvania, 1950

Virginia, 1948-1950

Washington, D.C., 1950

Referenda information, 1946-1948

Political action, 1948-1949

World government miscellaneous organizations, actions by, 1946-1948

Affiliation forms I, II, III, IV

Economic and Social Council of the UN, 1948, Department of State

General, miscellaneous states, 1950-1951

HCR 64, Cord Meyer's statement before house committee on foreign affairs

HCR 64, report on hearings before house affairs committee, 1949

Liberal program for peace

Program on cooperation with national organizations

Organizations liaison, supplement to B & C letter 34, chapter project 2

Other organizations, other plans (analysis of other world federation groups)

Other organizations, relations with AAUN, 1949

Palestine, supplementary bulletin on

Preamble to the resolution to strengthen the United Nations

Press release concerning Hoover's speech, Apr. 27, 1950

Project to amend US constitution, 1949

Resolution (model) for submission to state legislatures, 1949

Resolutions Nos. I, II, III

State legislative action (summary, 1949

Testimony before house foreign affairs committee, May 12, 1948

Thomas sub-committee, Alan Cranston's statement before, 1950

Peace challenge to the churches

Radio drama "April 17, 1977"  script, 1946-1947

Veterans for world federation, radio script, 1950

World federation resolution in the US congress

Duke symposium, 1949-1950

(2 folders)


Application for chapter recognition

Application for state charter

Check list, 1949

Correspondence bulletins

Home meetings supplement (B&C 40)

Is Your chapter a going concern?1950

New chapters, 1949-1950

Sample chapter by-laws

Meet the staff, 1950

Official record for national office,

Memorandum on incorporation of branches, 1947

National by-laws, 1947-1950

Form letters, 1948-1950

Petition form, 1947-1948

Political action questionnaire

Report of membership to national, 1952

Sample chapter stationery

Sample state by-laws, 1950

Sample speeches, 1948-1949

Chapter organization manual (temp) What can I do?

Organization liaison and meeting the opposition, 1949-1950

Mailings

Memos and comments chartering state branches, 1947-1950

Pennsylvania political and miscellaneous mimeographs

Box 21 Hays-Judd speaking tour, Nov. and Dec. 1950

Ohio, political, 1948-1951

Oklahoma, political, 1948-1950

Oregon, political, 1951

Massachusetts, political, 1949-1950

Connecticut, political, 1951

Foreign affairs research council. Waller-general to 12/31/49, 1947-1949

Foreign affairs research council, 1950

Foreign affairs research council, 1951

Political workshop agenda council, Dec. 9-10,  1950-1951

Answers from branches on request for all membership mailing after passage of HCR 64

California resolution draft, 1949

California, political, 1950

Delaware, political

Florida, political, 1950-1951

Iowa, political, 1949

Maine, political, 1949-1951

Maryland, political, 1950

Michigan, political, 1949

Missouri, political, 1951

Minnesota, political, 1948

New Jersey, political, 1948-1950

New York, political, 1949-1950

New York City mayoralty campaign, 1949

New York state constitutional amendment resolution, 1948-1950

20th congressional district election, May 17, 1949

North Carolina, political, 1949

Tennessee, political, 1950

Vermont, political, 1951

Virginia, political, 1950

Board of education, UN flag, political, 1950

Washington, political, 1951

Confidential file, 1948-1950

(2 folders)


World movement, memos, pamphlets, etc., 1953

World federation of United Nations associations meeting, Paris, 1953

Newsletters, bulletins, 1952

Reports

Speeches, conferences, agendas, 1952-1953

Memos, 1950-1953

Reports, 1951-1952

Box 22 Copenhagen congress, 1953

(4 folders)


Argentina, 1948-1950

Australia, 1949-1953

Austria, 1947-1949

Belgium, Belgian Congo, 1947-1952

Bermuda, 1949

Canada, 1947-1951

China, 1947-1948

Columbia, 1950-1951

Denmark, 1948-1953

Egypt, 1946-1948

England, 1947-1953

France, 1948-1953

Germany, 1948-1952

Guatemala, 1947-1950

India, 1948-1951

Indochina, 1949

Italy, 1947-1953

Japan, 1948-1953

(2 folders)


Mexico, 1948-1949

New Zealand, 1947-1949

Norway, 1948-1953

En Verden [Norway], 1951-1954

The Netherlands, Netherlands and East Indies, 1948-1952

Palestine, 1948-1949

Philippines, 1949

Poland, 1951

South America, 1952

Spain, 1948

Sweden, 1947-1953

Switzerland, 1947-1951

Union of South Africa, 1948-1949

Yugoslavia, 1951-1952

Miscellaneous foreign countries, 1948-1950

WMWFG affiliate, International green cross, 1948-1949

"X, Y & Z" organizations

World citizenship movement, Inc., 1942-1949

Box 23 World federalists, USA, 1945-1946

World government association, 1941, 1947

World government clearing house, 1946

World republic, 1946-1948

Miscellaneous organizations, 1950

"L" organizations, 1947-1949

"M" organizations, 1946-1949

Middletown citizen's committee, 1946-1948

Sally Bray, 1951

Donald Harrington, 1950-1951

Elisabeth Mann Borgese, 1949-1951

Lord Boyd Orr, 1949-1950

World movement, correspondence, 1952

(3 folders)


World movement correspondence, 1953

World movement, 1953

(3 folders)


General correspondence, 1947-1949

General correspondence, 1950

General correspondence, 1951

General correspondence, 1952

World movement for world federal government

World movement executive secretary, Mac McLean appointment, 1951

London conference of parliamentarians, Sept. 1951

London parliamentarian conference, 1952

Hiroshima conference, Nov. 3-6, 1952

Box 24 General Riiser-Larsen, 1951-1953

Scrapbook BNK [Hiroshima], 1952

WMWFG Rome (commissions), 1950

Rome declaration, 1951

WMWFG Rome (delegates), 1950-1951

WMWFG Rome (correspondence), 1951

1948 Memos, correspondence, etc.

WMWFG Stockholm, 1949

(2 folders)


WMWFG Luxembourg, 1948

World congress, Father Conway, 1948

WMWFG Montreux, 1947

Statutes, 1949

Executive committee, membership, 1950

Executive committee, meetings, 1948-1950

Lists of WMWFG membership organizations, 1949

Executive committee, memos, 1949

Executive council, memos, 1949-1950

Executive council, membership, 1949-1951

WMWFG, newsletters, 1949-1950

WMWFG, publications, 1950

WMWFG, press releases, 1949-1951

Miscellaneous correspondence, 1950-1951

Budgets and financial matters, 1949-1950

WMWFG Rome (preparations and reports), 1951

(2 folders)


Resolution of London parliamentary conference, Sept. 27, 1951

Parliamentarians, 1950-1951

Peoples world convention, 1950-1951

World student federalists, 1948-1949

Miscellaneous descriptive matter, 1949-1950

Miscellaneous plans and proposals, 1950-1951

Miscellaneous reports, 1948-1950

January correspondence, Jan. issues and memos, 1951-1952

February issue, memos and correspondence, 1948, 1952

Pamphlets, reprints, 1949-1951

Big names

(2 folders)


Strouse correspondence, July 1951

Magazine correspondence, Aug. 1951

Strouse correspondence, Sept. 1951

Box 25 Read, look, listen, 1950-1952

Strouse correspondence, June 1951

Ads, current, 1951-1952

Biographical notes

Lists, 1951

Old correspondence, 1951

October and November memos and correspondence, 1951

February correspondence, 1952

March correspondence, 1952

April correspondence, 1952

May correspondence, 1952

Correspondence, July - September 15, 1952

Correspondence, September 15 - October 20, 1952

Correspondence, November, 1952

Correspondence, March 20 - April 20, 1953

Opposition, 1949

National executive council and national executive committee, 1950-1951

McVitty, staff liaison with publicity idea, 1952

Special projects, miscellaneous, 1949-1952

Office space, 1950

National membership drive and world government week, 1948

Contacts for field personnel, 1952-1953

(2 folders)


Personnel, public relations officer, 1947-1948

Personnel general: 1948 A-F

Personnel general: 1948 G-L

Personnel general: 1948 Mc-R

Personnel general: 1948 S-Z

Personnel general: 1949

Personnel A-H, 1950

Personnel I-P, 1950

Personnel R-Z, 1950

Personnel, 1951

Personnel considered for vacancies, 1951

Personnel: UWF staff, 1947-1950

Personnel miscellaneous, 1950

Joseph Carleton Beal, Public Relations director, 1950

Box 26 Policy, general, 1948

Marshall plan, policy statement, 1948

Culbertson's quota force plan

Atlantic pact policy, 1949

Comments on house resolution 163-176

Policy, hydrogen bomb, 1950

Korea, 1950

Policy statement: point four, 1949

Streit-Roberts proposals, policy statement, 1949

"A-S" [persons] correspondence, 1950-1953

(27 folders)


Box 27 "T-Z" [persons] correspondence, 1950-1953

(7 folders)


Colorado mock UN conference, Nov. 1949

1948 drive for five

1949 drive for five

Madison Square Garden rally, June 9, 1949

Membership data: 1949-1950

New finance plan and flyer, 1949

Membership quotas, 1950

Conference, state officials, Apr, 1948

Conference for state personnel, 1950

1949 field conference New York and Denver

1949 world government week (planning)

World government week, 1950

1949 world government week (reports and proclamations)

1948 world government week, Apr. 11-17

World government week proclamations, Apr. 24-30, 1950

Sample proclamations, world government week, 1948

Xmas cards, 1949

Membership projects, 1949-1950

One world or none, 1949-1950

Pope Pius statement, Apr. 1951

Chapter manual, 1950

Membership renewal drive, 1950

workshop outlines and literature, 1949

Field departments, 1950

Field, special mailings, 1950

Field workers schedule, Sept. 1950

Field workers report forms

Field committee minutes, Oct. 28, 1949

Field committee of UWF, 1949

Field organizing committee, 1948

Regional field work plan

H. Donald Wilson, field trips, 1950

1951 inventory of state branch employees

Eastern regional field conference, Aug. 1951

Reports, quarterly, 1948-1950

(2 folders)


Box 28 Budget and quotas, 1950-1951

Correspondence with field men: Bennett Willis, 1950

Bennet Skewes-Cox, 1950

Charles Butterworth, 1950

Howard Huntington, 1950

James D. Sayers, 1950

William H. Wells, 1950

John R. Minor, 1950-1951

Levering report, 1950

Daniel G. Vincent, 1950-1951

Field men: miscellaneous, 1950-1951

Midwestern conference for state personnel, Apr. 1951

Speakers seminars, 1950, Sam levering itinerary

Levering trip, 1951

Vernon Nash field trips, 1947

Vernon Nash field trips, 1948-1949

Vernon Nash field trips, 1950

Vernon Nash field trips, 1951

Field organizing committee, 1950

Correspondence (miscellaneous) with field men, 1947

Field trips, Jim Burns, 1948

Alan Cranston field trips, 1951

Cranston field trip, May-June 1950

Field trips, Upshur Evans, 1948

Field trips, Curt Farrar, 1947

Field trips, Larry Fuchs, 1948

Sam Levering field trip, May-June 1950

Sam Levering field trip, July 1950

Sam Levering field trips, 1947-1950

James Lowe, 1949-1950

Quayle field trips, 1949

Ted Waller tour after convention, Nov. 1948

Ted Waller's tour, 1948

World federalist resolutions in Senate, news stories, 1947-1949

General, news stories on world government, 1947-1949

Local UWF activities, 1949

World federalist resolutions in house news stories, 1947-1949

Editorials, no position, 1946-1949

Editorials, con, 1949-1950

Disarmament, 1947-1951

Box 29 Foreign policy, 1947-1948

Foreign policy, 1948-1952

February press, 1950

March press, 1950

Editorials, pro, 1947-1951

European recovery program and US aid, 1947-1948

Bogota pact, 1948

Backward areas, help for, 1949-1950

Atom, McMahon act revision, 1953-1954

UWF political party platforms, 1952

Federalist copy, publications

Foreign aid, United Nations economic development fund, 1953

Pacific alliance, 1953

United Nations, separate news items, 1953

Miscellaneous news items, recent, 1953

Foreign aid, 1953

International postal union, 1952

Foreign aid, technical assistance, 1953

Federation, African, 1953

Federation, Arabian, 1951-1953

Federation, Caribbean, 1952-1953

Federation, South American, 1952

Roper poll, 1953

Atom, Eisenhower plan, 1953-1954

United Nations, charter revision, 1953

United Nations, 1952-1953

Europe, economics payment union, 1953

Europe, NATO, 1951-1953

Europe, Saar, 1953

Pacific alliance, 1951

Technical assistance, 1951-1953

Europe, European defense community

Europe, European defense community, #2

Europe, Economic Cooperation Administration, 1951

Europe, council of Europe, 1951-1953

Europe, constitution, 1952-1953

Europe, coal-steel community, 1951-1953

Europe, Benelux, 1951-1952

Europe, 1951-1953

Eisenhower, 1950-1953

Dulles, 1953

Disarmament, #1, 1951-1952

Disarmament, #2, 1952-1953

Renewal, Dailey, 1951-1953

Box 30 Federalist copy, possible features, 1951-1953

World peace round up subscription blanks, 1951

World peace roundup, correspondence, 1950-1952

World peace roundup, renewals, 1953-1954

Europe, coal-steel community, 1954

Europe, constitution, 1953

Europe, council of Europe, 1953

Europe, economics payment union, 1953

Europe, European defense community #1, 1953

Europe, European defense community #2, 1953

Europe, health pool, 1952

Europe, NATO, 1953

Europe, Saar, 1953

Europe, transport pool, 1953

Colombo plan, 1951-1953

Atom, United Nations disarmament commission, 1953

Atom, Russian developments, 1953

Atom, new developments, 1953

Federalist copy, ideas, 1953

UWF news, names in news, 1953

UWF news, organization liaison news,

UWF news, organization news, 1953

Bazaar, rummage sale, theater party, 1951

Dorothy Briggs talk with record,

Dinner, Waldorf, 1950

(2 folders)


Man. council finance committee agenda, 1949-1952

Tables, Waldorf myth, 1952-1954

Waldorf banquet and 2nd myth show, Mar. 19, 1950

Financing federalists, 1952

Finance workshop, New York City, 1951

Finance workshop, Philadelphia, 1952

Finance materials, member to member canvas, 1950

Dance

Card party

Garden tour and sale

Country auction

(2 folders)


Artists' party

Minnesota pamphlet

Thank-you notes, 1950

Box 31 Waldorf dinner correspondence, 1950

Dorothy Briggs talk

Dinners, 1953

Fund raising projects, 1951

UWF general clippings, 1955-1956

Operating budget, 1951-1952

(2 folders)


Finance committee toJune 1952, 1948-1952

(2 folders)


Finance material (old), 1949-1951

Annual estimate of income, 1949-1950

Finance committee pending

Memo to cashier re: finance, 1949-1950

Status of quotas and payments from states, 1950

Budget control system, 1950

San Francisco myth show, 1950

Weekly report, new members, 1950

Weekly financial reports, 1949-1950

State finance quotas, 1951

Financial, miscellaneous, 1950

Accountants, 1950

Finance committee, 1950

1951 state financial quotas

Special dues committee, 1952

Finance committee minutes, 1949-1950

State quota correspondence, 1951-1952

WMWFG, financial correspondence, 1947-1950

Budget, 1950-1951

German reunification and Geneva meeting, 1955

Technical assistance and foreign aid clippings, 1955

Clippings, 10th United Nations assembly French walkout, 1955-1956

Financial statements, 1947-1950

Box 32 Cops or corpses, 1949-1950

UWF biographical information

The myth that threatens the world

(2 folders)


Budget, 1948-1951

Canada, 1950

Charter of United Nations, 1950

China, 1950-1951

Churches and religious leaders, 1950-1951

Cold war, 1950

Communist party, 1949-1951

Czechoslovakia, 1948

Miscellaneous, 1949-1950

Organizations, 1950-1951

Association for Education in world government, New York office, 1951

Official documents, Association for education in world government, 1950-1951

Current Association for education in world government, 1950

Dec. 1948 mailing list, Association for education in world government

Dec. 1948 requests for funds and supplies, Association for education in world government

Potential speakers, 1949-1951

Mount Holyoke College Institute on the United Nations, 1949

Possible local high school project, 1948-1949

Old speakers bureau correspondence, 1949-1951

Miscellaneous speakers, 1949-1950

Publications, 1949

Material from commercial lecture agents, 1950

Visual aids and film, 1949-1950

European Union, 1949-1950

European unity, 1950-1951

Present speakers bureau forms

Far East, 1948-1949

Economic Cooperation Administration, 1950

East Europe, 1948-1949

Europe, 1948-1950

Formosa question, 1950

France, 1946-1951

Freedom of Press, 1948-1951

Germany, 1947-1949

Germany, 1950-1951

War crimes, Germany, 1945-1946

Great debate, 1951

Box 33 Greece-Turkey, 1948-1949

Hungary, 1949

India, 1949-1951

India, 1950-1951

International conferences, 1950

Release, Mar. 11, 1949,  Quayle

Atlantic union bulletin, Mar. 18, 1949

Release, Apr. 1, 1949

Apr. 27, 1949, FDR, Jr.

UWF political action report, May 1949

Background information on UWF, May 1949

Connecticut press "California amendment" resolution, May 13, 1949

Cord Meyer sermon broadcast, release, Jan. 9, 1949

Indonesian statement, Jan. 14, 1949

Poster announcement to branches and chapters, Feb. 4, 1949

Announcement, world government week, Feb. 21, 1949

Publicity program for world government week, Mar. 1949

World government week columns, Mar. 6-12, 1949, spots #1-3

Release, Mar. 7, 1949, advisory board, world government week

Release, Mar. 9, 1949, Schaaf executive director

Public relations and publicity program, 1947

Local New York papers and personnel, 1948-1950

Press associations, 1949-1950

Newspapers, 1950

Cord's statement to democrats, 1948-1950

American association for the United Nations, news conference, 1950

William O. Douglas, Feb. 15, 1950

Cord Meyer atom bomb, Sept. 24, 1949

Summary state political action, 1948-1949

Madison Square Garden, June 9-10, 1949

Alan Cranston, new president UWF, July 19, 1949

Cord Meyer on senate resolution, July 28, 1949

Summary of Cord Meyer, speech, May 1949

Editorials, Charles Clapp, 1948-1949

News releases, 1949-1950

(2 folders)


William O. Douglas to speak at UWF rally, May 18, 1949

Senator Tobey to speak at rally, May 22, 1949

Quentin Reynolds to MC rally, May 28, 1949

A.F. Whitney to address rally, June 3, 1949

Cord Meyer statement on resolution, June 8, 1949

Release, Mar. 9, 1949,  Bowles and Sherwood on executive council

Press releases, 1948

Branch and chapter, Maryland-New York, 1948

(2 folders)


General correspondence, 1948

(2 folders)


Branch and chapter #2, Maryland-New York, 1948

(2 folders)


Oppenheimer, Apr. 18, 1948

Air defense, 1950

International control of atomic energy, 1946-1950

Atomic energy control, 1950

Association of scientists for atomic information, 1947-2948

Bulletin of atomic scientists, 1948-1950

Association of Oak Ridge engineers and scientists, 1946-1948

Box 34 Atomic energy commission, US, 1947-1949

Armaments, 1947-1951

Atomic bomb, 1946-1951

Use of atomic bomb, pro and con, 1950-1951

Hydrogen bomb, 1950-1951

Federation of atomic scientists, 1945-1948

Peacetime uses, atomic energy, 1946-1950

Atomic scientists of Chicago, 1946-1947

Bibliography, atomic energy, 1946-1947

Defense against atomic warfare, 1946-1950

Civilian defense, 1950-1951

Emergency committee of atomic scientists, 1946-1948

Atomic energy commission, United Nations, 1948-1950

Atomic energy commission, United Nations, 1946

General, atomic energy, 1945-1947

National committee on atomic information, 1946-1947

Newspaper clippings, atomic energy, 1947-1949

Research, atomic energy, 1947-1948

Australia, 1950

Austria,, 1948-1949

Balkan union, 1949-1950

Britain, 1946-1951

International law, 1946-1951

Indonesia, 1948-1950

Indonesian resolution, 1949

Iran, 1949-1951

Israel, 1950-1951

Italy, 1948-1949

Japanese peace treaty, 1951

Marshall plan, 1947-1948

(2 folders)


Marshall plan, committee for the, 1947-1948

United States domestic economy, 1948-1949

Japan, 1950-1951

War crimes, Japan, 1945-1946

Korean crisis, 1950-1951

Korea, 1950

Lithuania, 1947

National defense, 1950

Organization for European economic cooperation, 1950

Opposition, other than VFW, organized type, 1950-1951

Palestine (foreign), 1948

Palestine, 1949

Peace proposals other than UWF, 1949-1951

Philippines, 1950

Point four, 1950

Poland, 1950

Polls and surveys, 1946-1951

Progressive party, 1948-1950

Preventive war, 1950

Propaganda drive, 1950-1951

Box 35 Red Cross, 1950

Research centers established for political information, etc., 1950

Scandinavia, 1948-1950

Schuman plan, 1950

Security measures, 1950-1951

Spain, 1950-1951

Stockholm conference and petition, 1950-1951

Subversive list, 1949-1951

Syria

Turkey, 1950-1951

USSR, 1948-1951

Soviet Union, 1948-1950

World constitution

World War III, 1950-1951

Yugoslavia, 1950-1951

Miscellaneous, 1950-1951

Agenda, Association for education in world government, 1950

Wein "L" 1948, association for education in world government, 1950

Books and awards, flags, 1948-1950

High school forum, association for education in world government, 1949

Ideas for program, possible opportunities for association for education in world government cooperation, 1949-1950

1950 United States budget

Budget, fiscal year 1949

Defense, 1948-1950

Acheson, 1950-1951

"A", 1949-1950

"B", 1947-1951

Charles G. Bolte, 1951

David Bradley, 1949-1950

Pierce Butler, Jr.

"C", 1949-1951

Upton Close [empty]

Norman Cousins, 1950-1951

Grenville Clark, 1950

Alan Cranston, 1949-1951

"D", 1949-1951

Garry David

William O. Douglas, 1950

"E", 1950

Anthony Eden, 1951

Einstein, 1950-1951

"F", 1949-1951

Myron C. Fagan, 1949-1950

Box 36 "G", 1949-1951

"H", 1946-1951

Oscar Hammerstein, 1950-1951

Donald Harrington, 1950-1951

Merwin K. Hart, 1949-1951

Hart, Kamp and Rumely, 1950

Hays (Representative of Arkansas), 1950

Clips on Judd-Hays tour, 1950

Cord Meyer speeches, 1947-1949

Cord Meyer, 1947-1950

Hoover, 1950-1951

Hoover proposals, 1950-1951

"J", 1949-1950

Representative Jacob K. Javits, 1950-1951

"K", 1950

Kamp, 1950-1951

"L", 1950-1951

Samuel R. Levering, 1950

Alfred Baker Lewis, 1950

Trygve Lie, 1950-1951

Biographical sketch, Cord Meyer, Mr., 1947

Cord Meyer's testimony, Mar. 11, 1948, house foreign affairs committee

"N", 1948-1950

Vernon Nash, 1946-1951

Nehru, 1949-1950

Lord Boyd Orr, 1948-1950

"P", 1950

Pope Pius XII, 1946-1950

Potofsky, 1950

Dr. Charles C. Price, 1948-1950

"Q", 1950

"R", 1950-1951

Reuther, 1949-1950

Riiser-Larsen, 1951

Riiser-Larsen party

Romulo, 1946-1951

"S", 1947-1951

Gerald L.K. Smith, 1948-1950

Robert St. John, 1950

Governor Adlai Stevenson, 1952

Raymond Swing, 1947-1950

"T", 1948-1950

Robert Taft, 1948-1951

"U-V", 1940-1951

Urey, 1949

"W", 1948-1951

Henry Wallace, 1947-1950

James P. Warburg, 1951

Raymond H. Wittcoff, 1951

"X-Z", 1950-1951

Economic and social council, general, 1946-1950

(3 folders)


Box 37 Economic commission for Europe, 1948-1950

United Nations commission on Korea, 1950

United Nations international law commission, 1950

Non-governmental organizations, 1947-1949

(3 folders)


United Nations general assembly committees, 1st committee, political and social veto, action on, 1947-1949

Little assembly organizations, 1947-1950

Covenant of human rights, 1948-1950

General assembly special commissions, 1950

Security council committee on Berlin trade and currency, 1948-1950

United Nations security council commission for conventional amendments, 1949

United Nations economic and social council, 1950

Economic and social council commission on human rights, general, 1947-1949

Miscellaneous United Nations committees, 1950-1951

Chapters, 1945-1947

Alabama, 1949-1951

Alaska, 1951

Arizona, 1951-1952

Arkansas, 1951

California, 1949-1951

Colorado, 1949-1952

Connecticut, 1947-1953

Delaware, 1947-1951

District of Columbia, 1947-1951

Florida, 1947-1952

Georgia, 1950-1951

Hawaii, 1951

Idaho, 1951

Illinois, 1947-1951

Indiana, 1949-1953

Iowa, 1949-1952

Kansas, 1951

Kentucky, 1950-1951

Louisiana, 1950-1951

Maine, 1949-1951

Maryland, 1949-1951

Massachusetts, 1947-1952

Michigan, 1949-1952

Minnesota, 1947-1953

Missouri, 1949-1952

Montana, 1951

New England council, 1952-1953

New Hampshire, 1950-1951

New Jersey, 1947-1953

New Mexico, 1949-1951

New York, 1947-1953

Box 38 North Carolina, 1947-1951

North Dakota, 1951

Ohio, 1950-1953

Oklahoma, 1949-1951

Oregon, 1949-1952

Rhode Island, 1951

South Carolina, 1951

Tennessee, 1941-1951

Texas, 1950-1951

Utah, 1951

Vermont, 1949-1951

Virginia, 1947-1953

Washington, 1949-1952

Wisconsin, 1947-1953

Interested in UWF cards

Luncheon, 1952

Finance suggestions, 1953

Massachusetts pamphlet

"The Myth" blurb, 1949

Myth show, Waldorf, 1953, seating lists

Myth show, Waldorf, 1950

Member to member canvas, 1950

Mistake sale

Miscellaneous, 1953

Movies

Philadelphia, 1949-1953

Pittsburgh, 1947-1952

Miscellaneous, 1946

Miscellaneous, 1947

Miscellaneous, 1949

Miscellaneous, 1950

(2 folders)


Miscellaneous, 1950-1951

Charter revision, 1953

National executive committee, 1950

National executive council, 1950-1951

United Nations, general, revisions UN charter, 1947-1948

(2 folders)


United States delegations to general assembly, 1949-1950

United Nations, general, veto, 1947-1950

Dumbarton Oaks, 1944

United Nations, general, international police force, 1950

United Nations flag controversy, 1950-1951

General assembly, 1947-1948

Box 39 United Nations week, 1950

United Nations security council, military staff committee, 1948-1950

United Nations general articles and speeches of a general nature, 1948-1950

United Nations, general: organization, powers and aims, 1946-1949

Stulman ad, 1953

World frontiers ad, 1953

Radhakrishnan ad, Chicago, 1953

Transea imports, 1953

Christmas card, California, 1952

Des Moines retail ad, 1952

Florida fruit ad, 1952-1953

Cousins ad, 1952-1953

July-August 1951 Federalist

Pittsburgh Mortgage Corp., July-Aug. 1951 Federalist

Presto Lock ad, 1952-1953

Akron, Nov. issue, 1952

Connecticut want ad, 1951-1952

Leventhal ad, 1952

Artisan metal works, 1952

Colonial Iron Works Co., 1952

Kronisch ad, 1953

New Jersey want ad, Jan. issue, 1952

Ohio, Nov. issue, 1951

Kay Duncan, June 1951

John C. Winston, Nov. 1951

Pittsburgh want ad, Nov. 1951, cancelled

Twitchell, Mar. 1952-1953

Adult leadership, 1953

Westport Hardware, July-Aug. 1951

Sussman and sugar, 1951

UWF of Illinois, July-Aug. 1951

UWF of Florida, July-Aug. 1951

Island Press Co-op, June 1951

Stanley Platt, June 1951

Denhard, Pfeifer & Wells, Inc., June 1951

UWF of Ohio, June 1951

Marboro Books, Eckstein & Wrapp, 1953

Crowell ad, 1953

Lumber exchange terminal, 1951-1952

Henry Company, 1951-1952

Edison Dick, June 1951

Association for Education in world government, May-June 1951

Lawrence Weiner & Associates, June 1951

Maryland ad, Apr.-May 1951

Exercycle Corporation, 1951

Morris Abrams, Cleveland, May

Los Altos ad, Apr. 1951

Portland chapter, Apr. 1951

Florida fruit, Apr. 1951

Green-Brodie, Apr. 1951

Riiser-Larsen shindig, 1951

Bulk orders, Federalist, 1951

Federalist mailing procedure, regulations, 1951-1952

The Federalist, subscriptions "killed"Feb.-Apr. 1953

Mrs. Sally Bray, 1951-1953

Federalist budget, 1951

Address lists

Advertising, 1947

Atomic, 1947

Atlantic union committee, 1951

Autographed material, 1952

By-laws, 1951

Form for ad billing

Western newspaper union, 1951-1953

Budget, 1949/50

Budgets, 1947-1951

Budget and quotas, 1950-1951

Christmas cards, seals, etc., 1950-1952

Randolph P. Compton, 1951-1953

Cocktail party, Lennox Hill, 1949

Convention, Chicago, finance committee, 1953

Convention, Chicago, follow-up letters, 1953

Convention, Des Moines, 1951

(2 folders)


Convention, Philadelphia, 1952

(2 folders)


Box 40 Convention, Chicago, 1953

Convention, St. Louis, 1947

Convention, Minneapolis, 1948

Convention, Washington, D.C., 1950

Convention, Philadelphia, 1952

Dinner, Philadelphia, 1949

Dinner, Lennox Hill chapter, 1951

Norman Cousins, 1953

Dinner, Fairmount, 1950

Convention, Cleveland, 1949

Old feature marked Federalist, dated, 1951

Federation of Jewish charities, 1948

Entertainment, 1951-1952

Dinner, Waldorf lists, 1950

Forgiveness letters, 1951-1952

Forms, chapter finance report, 1950

Fund raising appeals, UWF, 1952

Fund raising events, 1952

Fund raising suggestions, 1953

Finance chairmen, 1953

Federal union, 1951

Executive committee, 1951

Ford foundation, 1950-1951

Finance workshop, Denver, Colorado, 1952

World peace roundup, 1951

Dailey scripts, world peace roundup, 1950-1951

(3 folders)


Box 41 World peace roundup, 1952-1954

(7 folders)


Hearings on the structure of the United Nations and relations of the United States to the United Nations, May 11-14, 1958

(5 volumes)


Federalists, 1948-1950

Asheville conference, 1947

Fourth annual general assembly, Washington, D.C., Oct. 13-15, 1950

Student division, 1950

Myth, 1950

Dittoe'd material, 1950

(2 folders)


Box 42 Washington Post ad, 1950

World government news

World movement, 1952

Writer's board, 1951

Contributions by state, 1952

National executive council, 1951

Kubie, Gretta Baker, 1950

Ads, 1950

Unfiled, 1951

Flanders speech, 1951

Miscellaneous correspondence on reprints, 1950-1951

Publicity reports, 1951

Strouse originals, 1950

Gripes, 1950

Press releases, 1951

Reprints not used, 1950-1951

Scripts in possible use, 1951

For special press lists, 1950

Labor pamphlets, 1950

May-Cranston vacation, 1950

CBS documentary, 1950

Ideas file, 1950-1951

Spingarn and Merson, 1951

Federalists reactions, 1951

Future magazine copy, 1951

Correspondence, 1951

Research for security, Cord Meyer, 1951

Old literature, 1949

Pitney-Bowes, 1954

Radio, 1951

B - C, 1947-1954 [printed materials]

(2 folders)


Campaign organizations manual, 1950-1951

D - Q, 1950-1952 [printed materials]

(11 folders)


Arkansas, 1949-1952 [printed materials]

Arizona, 1948-1950 [printed materials]

California, 1948-1950 [printed materials]

Dittoe'd material, 1948-1951

(2 folders)


Box 43 Contributions, 1950

Contributors, 1950-1952

Contributors, 1952

(2 folders)


Programs, Westport, Connecticut, 1951

The Pitch "Some notes on the subject of making fund pitches for UWF,"undated

Pledge cards [blank]

United Nations buffet, 1951

Ideas for fund-raising, 1947-1952

Contributor lists, 1947

Mrs. Gertrude La Pidus, 1953

Tom MacGowan, 1953

Manual [fund raising]

Memos to/from Helen Shuford, 1951-1952

J.A. Migel, Charlestown, Rhode Island, 1949-1953

Joe Milward, personal, 1949-1951

The Myth, pitch, 1950

Myth show, Baltimore, 1951

Myth show, Boston, 1951

Myth show, Chicago, 1951

Myth show, New York, 1950-1951

Myth show, Philadelphia, 1950

Myth show, San Francisco, 1950

National Development Board, 1950

National Finance Committee, 1949-1952

National Executive Council, 1950-1953

National Office procedures, 1953

President's report, 1950

National Executive Council, 1947-1954

Payroll, national, 1950

Personnel, 1950-1953

Printing orders, 1949-1951

Box 44 Publicity, 1947

Quotas, Sally Bray's letters, 1952

Quotas, 1950

State quotas, 1950-1951

Scripts, 1946-1947

Arthur Slade, Union League Meeting, 1949

Chester Smith, 1951

Special gifts committee, 1953-1954

Records, 1952

Renewal notices (contributors)

Resolutions

Restaurants, 1951

Requisitions, 1947-1950

United Nations Day, 1952-1954

(3 folders)


1950 convention, state branch reports in chapters

Speaking engagements (declined), June 1947-May 1948

Speaking engagements, accepted and fulfilled, 1947-1948

(2 folders)


Cord Meyer, Jr., magazine articles written and declined, July 1947 through Sept. 1949

Column material, 1950

Alan Cranston, speaking engagements, schedules and reservations, 1949-1950

Personnel, general, 1947

Personnel, executive director, 1947

Personnel, Upshur Evans, 1947

Personnel, Herbert Schwartz, Jr., 1947

West coast, Mar. 3-17, 1951

Alan Cranston, expense vouchers, paid and unpaid, 1950-1951

Newspaper clippings, 1949-1950

Speaking engagements, accepted and fulfilled, 1948-?

Personnel, Edgar H. Brenner, 1949

Personnel, May E. Keller, 1949

Box 45 Personnel, James C. Lowe, 1949

F.Y.I., new UWF publication, Dec. 1950

Bigman report, 1949-1950

Catholic pamphlet, Thomas Mahony, 1950

Publicity material, 1950

Meyer, Cord, miscellaneous unfilled, 1948-1949

(2 folders)


The Federalist, 1951

A, miscellaneous, 1949

Morris Abrams, 1949

Philip Amram, 1949

Paul Shipman Andrews, 1949

A, 1949 [correspondence]

Harry Barber, 1949

Elizabeth Bloch, 1949

George Blodgett, 1949

Elizabeth Borgese, 1949

Dr. David Bradley, 1949

Henry Brandis, 1949

B - Miscellaneous, 1949

Henry B. Cabot, 1949

Cass Canfield, 1949

William F. Cochran, 1949

Randolph Compton, 1949

Grenville Clark, 1949-1950

Eli Culbertson, 1948-1949

C - miscellaneous, 1949

D, 1949-1950

Donald Edwards, 1949

Upshur Evans, 1949

Dr. Arthur Elliott, 1949

E - miscellaneous, 1949

Joseph Facci, 1949

G, 1949

Philip Hammer, 1949

Hornell Hart, 1949

Jane Hiatt, 1949

W.T. Holliday, 1949

Harry Hollins, 1949-1950

Hamilton Holt, 1949

John Holt, 1949

Mary Hone, 1949

Pete Haas, 1949-1950

I-K, 1949

(3 folders)


Ralph Lindstrom, 1949

L - miscellaneous, 1949

Thomas Mahony, 1949

J.A. Migel, 1949

Edward H. Mowrer, 1949

Cord Meyer, Sr., 1949

M - miscellaneous, 1949

Mac - Mc, 1949

N - miscellaneous, 1949

Vernon Nash, 1949

George Olmsted, 1949

Bert Owen, 1949

O - miscellaneous, 1949

P, 1949

R, 1949

S - miscellaneous, 1949

Ray Short, 1949

Bennet Skewes-Cox, 1949

T-U, 1949

(2 folders)


Box 46 V, 1949

Ira D. Wallach, 1949

Stanley H. Weigel, 1949

Robert Wheelwright, 1949

Abraham Wilson, 1949

W, 1949

Madison Square Garden rally, 9 June, 1949

(2 folders)


Rally, Carnegie Hall, 1948

Carnegie Rally Committee, 1948

L'affaire Shaw, 1949

Advisory board, lists, breakdown, 1948

Advertisement - UWF proposed full-page, May 26, 1948

Officers of UWF, 1947-1950

Policy statement proposals drafts, etc., 1947-1948

Advertising committee "They've Spoken Up!", 1949-1950

Advertising committee: solicitation of ads, 1949-1950

Advertising committee: "63 words", 1950

Seabury conference on social reconstruction, 1948

Princeton conference on atomic energy and world organization, Nov. 28-30, 1947

Responses to Atlantic Monthly article, 1947-1948

Bengston, Nelson, CV, 1947

Cord Meyer, Jr., undated

Ideas for projects, 1948

Speaking engagements (declined), 1948-1949

Weston tour, 1948

Weston tour, 1949

Speaking engagements (accepted & fulfilled), 1948

(2 folders)


Speaking engagements (accepted & fulfilled), 1948-1949

(2 folders)


Aa, 1948-1949

Arm - Axt, 1947-1949

Box 47 And - Hos, 1947-1949

(33 folders)


Box 48 Hot - L, 1947-1949

(10 folders)


Indonesian advertisement, New York Herald Tribune, 1949

Khanlian, John, 1948

UWF staff and committees, 1949

Rollins College Institute for World Government, 1946-1948

Chronological file, 1950

(4 folders)


A - W, 1950-1951

(24 folders)


Washington, D.C., 1950-1951

Personal, Marion Etcheverry, 1950-1951

Speaking engagements, 1950-1951

Pre-convention policy committee, preliminary analysis of policy statements, 1950

Pre-convention policy Committee kit for meeting, 1950

Preliminary policy drafts - majority/minority, 1950

Pre-convention policy committee, minutes, 1950

Policy statement adopted at Washington, D.C., undated

Miscellaneous policy matters, 1951

Bob Wacker's proposals, 1951

Box 49 Policy suggestions, 1951

The Federalist, Mar.-Apr. 1951

World government news, controversial correspondence, 1951

World government news, 1951

President's reports, 1951

Miscellaneous pamphlets, 1950

UWF by-laws, 1949

State branches, chapters in non-branch states, 1951

Convention policy committee, 1950

Policy analysis and tentative draft, 1950

(2 folders)


Policy drafts, 1950

(3 folders)


Policy committee, 1950

(2 folders)


Korea, 1950

Western sub-committee, 1950

Central (Northeastern) sub-committee, 1950

Southeastern sub-committee, 1950

Minutes, pre-convention policy committee, 1950

Middle Western sub-committee, 1950

Draft outlines for policy committee discussions, 1950

Meeting, pre-convention policy committee, 1950

Pierce Butler, 1951-1952

Norman Cousins, 1951-1952

J.A. Migel (director), 1949-1951

(2 folders)


Box 50 UWF conference, Oct. 20-21, 1945

Minutes, first UWF annual convention, Nov. 1-2, 1947

2nd annual general assembly, Nov. 11-14, 1948

(2 volumes)


3rd annual general assembly, Oct. 27-30, 1949

(3 volumes, 2 folders)


Reflections on the Michigan Proposal, 1949

UWF convention, Oct. 13-15, 1950

(3 volumes)


5th general assembly, June 22-24, 1951

(3 folders)


6th general assembly, June 19-21, 1952

(3 folders)


7th general assembly, June 18-21, 1953

Box 51 UWF convention, Oct. 13-15, 1950

(3 volumes)


Transcript of hearings of Committee on Foreign Affairs, to support development of World Federation of Nations, 1949

(2 volumes, 2 copies each)


A sampling of UN day activities (October 24, 1950) by UWF chapters

(1 volume)


Debate, 1950-1951

UWF pre-convention policy committee, 1950

Field committee, 1950

Program committee, 1951

Research committee, 1949

UWF general assembly, 1950

1950 advisory board

1949-1950 executive council

Jerome Spingarn (Helen Shuford), 1951-1953

UWF-AAUN, 1950-1951

New York myth show, 1952

Point Four material, 1949-1950

Box 52 United Nations liaison, 1949-1951

One World or None, 1950

Crusade for meeting, 1950

Decline of American purpose, 1950

New York state executive council, John Holt, 1951

Eisenhower, 1951

MacArthur, 1951

Ashville convention - those present, 1947-1952

7th general assembly, United Nations, 1952-1953

(2 folders)


House Concurrent Resolution 64, 1949-1952

Branch and chapter letter, 1950

Petitions, 1949-1950

Political action letters, 1949-1950

William Rodd, 1952-1953

Finance department, 1950-1951

Referenda, 1947-1949

Constitution amendment, 1949

State political action, 1949-1950

(2 folders)


Assistant to the President, 1950

Education and liaison department, 1950-1951

Executive director, 1950-1951

Field department, 1949-1951

Office manager, 1950-1951

Research department, 1950-1951

Speakers bureau, 1950-1951

Student division, 1950-1951

Writers' world government (Rex Stout, chairman), 1949-1951

Myth meetings, 1949-1951

Senate Concurrent Resolution 56, 1950

Statement by prominent believers in world federation in support of HCR 64, 1949

As proposed by Grenville Clark, 1948-1949

World constitution research council, 1949

Box 53 Feb. 21st draft of world constitution letter, 1949

Vice-president, 1949

Legislative office, 1950-1951

(3 folders)


Communications to the national executive council, 1949-1950

Executive council invitations, etc., 1949

1949-1950 executive council address lists

Advisory board, 1950

State advisory boards, 1949

1949 advisory board

(2 folders)


1949 advisory board correspondence

1949 executive council correspondence concerning membership

Executive council minutes, 1949-1952

(4 folders)


Executive committee minutes, 1949-1952

(4 folders)


Fundraising, 1950

Letters, 1953

Earl Osborn, special study of record keeping, 1951-1952

Opposition pamphlet, 1952

Background for new peace offensive, 1951

Answers to questionnaires, 1951

We're in the middle, undated

Battle bill, 1952

Grenville Clark, a plan for peace, 1952

Special United Nations charter revision committee, 1952-1953

(3 folders)


Box 54 Senators, 1953

Continuing action committee, AAUN, 1952-1953

Conference groups of national organizations, 1950-1953

Profit sharing plans, undated

Maryland Ober law investigation rally at Lyric Theatre Baltimore, 1953

New Jersey, Cartwright broadcasts, 1953

Hagerstown, Maryland myth show, 1953

American legion magazine article, 1953

Newsweek magazine attack on UWF, 1953

North Carolina legislative fight, 1953

Tarantino broadcast, 1952-1953

Association for education in world government, 1950-1952

(2 folders)


Bricker bill correspondence, 1952

Bricker resolution, 1952-1953

Bricker bill, S.J. Res. 130, 1952-1953

(2 folders)


Box 55 Association for education in world government, correspondence, 1951-1952

(2 folders)


Connecticut legislative fight, 1953

Washington legislative fight, 1953

UWF of Pennsylvania, 1949-1952

UWF of Maryland, 1950-1952

(3 folders)


UWF of California, 1949-1952

(2 folders)


United Nations charter revision, 1953-1954

(5 folders)


Executive committee, 1950-1954

United Nations committee, 1952-1953

Box 56 National executive committee minutes, 1950-1952

Executive council, 1950-1954

(2 folders)


Reports of the president of the national executive council, 1950

Ad committee, 1952-1953

Education committee, 1952-1953

UWF Washington office, 1952-1954

(3 folders)


Donald Blauvelt, 1953-1954

UWF budget, 1953-1954

(2 folders)


Policy committee, 1952-1954

(2 folders)


Nominating committee, 1952-1954

Promotion and education ideas, 1950-1952

UWF national membership committee, 1952-1954

World movement committee, 1952-1953

Program, 1952-1953

(2 folders)


The Federalist, 1951-1954

(2 folders)


Box 57 Special federalist copy, 1954

Student materials, 1950-1954

(2 folders)


Financial reports, 1953-1954

(2 folders)


Budget and quotas, 1952-1953

(3 folders)


Finance committee, 1952-1953

November mailing to former members and contributors, 1952

Fund raising, 1950-1954

Migel and Cranston fund raising, 1951

Renewal drive, 1951-1952

Bricker bill, S.J.Res. 1 & 2, 1953

(4 folders)


Old Bricker bill, 1953

(2 folders)


Box 58 UWF publicity and publications committee, 1953-1954

(2 folders)


Robert S. Nyburg, 1953-1954

(2 folders)


United Nations Day, 1954

Pierce Butler, chairman, national executive council, 1952-1954

(2 folders)


World Movement and W.A.P. conferences, London, Aug. 30-Sept. 10, 1954

(2 folders)


Executive vice-president (Harry Hollins), 1951-1954

Norman Cousins, president, 1952

(3 folders)


World Movement, 1954

(3 folders)


1953 general assembly, Chicago

(3 folders)


Box 59 Mary Temple, convention publicity, 1953

General assembly field conference, 1953

1953 assembly by-laws committee

1953 pre-convention policy committee

Convention finance committee, 1953

Messages to 1953 UWF convention

Observers to 1953 assembly, Chicago

Organization structure committee, 1953

1953 assembly program committee

Idaho congressional race, Gracie Pfost vs. John Wood, 1952

Washington office, 1954-1955

(3 folders)


Public affairs committee, 1954

S. Con. Resolution 32, Flander's bill, 1953

(2 folders)


S.Res. 150 and S. Con. Res. 46 (disarmament bill), 1953

S.Res. 126 (charter revision bill), 1953

H.Con.Res. 132, Arends-Hays disarmament bill, 1953

8th general assembly, program, UWF, Washington, D.C., June 18-20, 1954

1954 UWF general assembly

(2 folders)


Box 60 Assembly messages, 1954

Observers to 1954 assembly, Washington

Opposition to UWF, 1952-1953

National Strategy committee, 1952

Analysis of opposition attacks, 1953

Opposition to the United Nations, 1952-1953

(2 folders)


AAUN conference, 1954, Shoreham Hotel, Washington, D.C.

8th general assembly, United Nations, 1952-1953

9th general assembly, United Nations, 1954

Disarmament, 1954-1955

(3 folders)


World movement committee, 1954-1955

(3 folders)


One world or none, 1949-1954

Miscellaneous opposition, 1952-1953

Box 61 1953 Elmo Roper bill

Miscellaneous opposition, 1951-1952

Virginia legislative fight, 1951-1952

Policy committee correspondence, 1950-1952

Policy action committee, 1951-1952

(2 folders)


Democratic convention, 1952

Republican convention, 1952

Presidential candidates, 1952

Publications committee, 1952-1953

(3 folders)


United Nations committee, 1951-1952

Organization liaison, Helen Shuford, 1951-1952

Program, 1951-1952

(2 folders)


Political action, 1952

(3 folders)


Box 62 Observers to 6th general assembly, Philadelphia, June 19-22, 1952

Executive council committees general correspondence, 1951-1952

6th general assembly, Philadelphia, June 19-22, 1952, transcript

1952 general assembly messages

UWF birthday greetings, 1952

John Kemeny, education committee, 1951-1952

Clement Davies, U.S. trip, 1952

European world government material from Clement Davies, 1950-1952

Denver council meeting, Mar. 15-16, 1952

Disarmament conference, 1952-1953

Eastern area field conference, New York City, 1951

Religious statements on world peace, 1941-1943

Bower Aly, discussion and debate material, 1952

Radio sermon, Rev. Ed Gates, Peoria, Illinois, Presbyterian, 1952

William Sanborn, 1952

Disarmament pamphlet, 1952

(2 folders)


Background information on disarmament proposals, 1951-1952

Illinois pamphlet "Can we stop war" , 1952

Change of name organization, 1952

Catholic world article, 1952

5th anniversary pamphlet, 1952

President's speech, Nov. 7, 1951

Richard Kornhauser, publications, 1951-1952

Sovereignty, 1952

UWF tax exemption, 1952

Box 63 Quarterly reports, 1947-1949

(4 folders)


Report, president's quarterly, 1948

UWF organization chart, 1947

Asheville conference, general, 1946-1947

Asheville convention minutes, 1947

Asheville convention, 1947

Addresses, invocation at Minneapolis, 1948

Committees, report on UWF, 1947

Executive council and committee, 1947-1948

Minneapolis convention release, 1948

Minneapolis convention, 1948

Miscellaneous executive council information, 1947

Executive council and committee, 1947-1948 : form letters, acceptances

Dublin conference, 1945-1946

Advisory board, acceptances, 1947-1948

Advisory board, suggestions, 1948-1949

Advisory board, declinations, 1947-1948

Council of European federalists, 1947

Luxemburg conference, 1946

Montreux convention, 1947

Luxembourg conference, 1948

(2 folders)


Luxembourg conference, correspondence, 1948

Luxembourg conference, general, 1948

Luxembourg convention, 1948

Luxembourg, official delegates, 1948

Luxembourg, tentative agenda, 1948

Box 64 European union, 1948

Stockholm, correspondence with official delegates, 1949

Stockholm, letters of nomination and correspondence with observers, 1949

Stockholm, miscellaneous data, 1949

Grinnell conference, 1948

Miscellaneous conferences, 1946-1948

Chicago convention, executive committee, minutes, 1945-1946

Chicago convention, first annual, Apr. 1946

Cleveland convention, 1945

Massachusetts committee for world federation, correspondence, 1943-1948

Springfield, Massachusetts conference, 1944

Rollins College conference, 1946

Midwestern conference, 1947

Great Island conference, 1947

Mademoiselle, 3rd annual college congress, 1946

Montreux declaration, 1947

Central congress for world security, 1947

Staff minutes, minutes, 1947-1948

St. Louis general assembly, executive council elections, 1947

St. Louis general assembly, postponement poll, 1947

St. Louis convention, Nov. 1-2, 1947

(2 folders)


St. Louis general assembly, general, 1947

St. Louis convention, 1947

Bureau of applied social research, 1949-1950

Dues, 1949

Palestine, 1948

(2 folders)


Report, acting executive director, 1947

Documents concerning incorporation, 1947

Associate membership, 1948-1949

Annual membership, 1949-1950

Box 65 Executive council minutes, 1947

(2 folders)


Executive council minutes, 1948

Executive council minutes, 1949

National executive committee minutes, 1947-1951

General assembly proceedings, 1951

(2 folders)


National executive council meetings, 1950-1951

1951 convention

Asheville convention, correspondence, delegates and observers, Feb. 21-23, 1947

By-laws, UWF, 1947

(2 folders)


Miscellaneous resolutions for branches and individuals, 1949-1950

UWF policy positions, 1951

Report, lobbying act, 1948

1949 UWF assembly, general, Cleveland, Ohio

1949 general assembly, program committee

1949 general assembly (convention)

All extant policy statements, 1948

1950 general assembly material

(2 folders)


Nominating committee, general assembly, 1950

Correspondence concerning1951 general assembly place and date

Back financial material, 1949

Organizations liaisons reports (foreign organizations reports), 1949-1950

American institute of public opinion Gallup poll, 1950

Blaine foundation, 1948

U.S. State Department, 1947-1950

Future plans, 1949-1950

Congressional hearings, 1950

Box 66 U.S. Congress, 1947-1950

Memos to Staff, 1947-1948

Student expenses for council meetings, 1948

Minneapolis convention, 1948

Petition information, 1947-1948

Department reports, 1950 program

World government news, 1948-1950

World government news, 1947-1951

World constitution research council personnel, 1949

World constitution research council, 1949

Publication committee, 1948-1950

Public relations, 1950

Warren R. Austin, 1950

Common Cause, 1949-1951

Common sense, 1950

Speeches on, articles, attacks against world government, 1949-1950

Federalist opinion, 1950

Humanity, 1950

National executive council, 1947-1950

National executive council, 1948-1951

Branch and individual ideas program, 1949

Reports by the president, 1948-1951

The new internationalism under attack, 1950

UWF by-laws, organization, etc., 1948-1951

C. Max Stanley, 1950-1951

Alexander Standish, 1947-1950

Arthur Sutherland, 1949

T, 1949-1950

Abraham Wilson (director), 1946-1951

Ted Waller, memos, 1948-1950

(2 folders)


V - W, 1949-1951

(2 folders)


Robert Wheelwright (director), 1947-1950

Philadelphia assembly, 1952

Box 67 Des Moines convention, June 5-22, 1951

(2 folders)


Clippings, 1949-1950

L - Mc, miscellaneous, 1950-1953

(15 folders)


Box 68 M - Z, miscellaneous, 1950-1953

(13 folders)


Oklahoma referendum, 1950

(2 folders)


Manoa Valley, Honolulu, Hawaii, 1950

William M. Wood, 1949

Russell Ranch school, 1948-1950

Arkansas state teachers, 1948-1950

Benicia high school, 1950

Berkeley student chapter, 1947-1951

Eureka senior high school, 1949

Los Gatos UWF, 1950

Palo Alto chapter, 1946-1951

Pomona College chapter, 1946-1950

San Jose State Technical College, 1950

Stanford University chapter, 1946-1951

UCLA chapter, 1946-1948

Student council, northern division, California, 1948-1950

UWF of California state branch, 1948-1951

Box 69 University of Colorado, 1948-1951

University of Denver, 1949

Colorado state branch, 1950-1951

Connecticut college chapter, 1949-1950

Yale law school, 1950-1951

Yale University, 1950-1951

Yale medical school, 1950

University of Connecticut, 1950-1951

Connecticut state council UWF, 1949-1950

Connecticut state branch, 1950-1951

UWF of Delaware, 1950

D.C. chapters (Washington area councils), 1950-1951

Ft. Lauderdale student chapter, 1950

Florida state university, 1949

Jacksonville college of music, 1950

Stetson chapter, 1949-1950

University of Florida, 1948-1949

Florida state branch, 1949-1951

UWF of Georgia, 1949-1951

University of Idaho, 1948-1951

UWF of Idaho, 1951

Principia college chapter, 1946-1950

University of Chicago, 1950-1951

University of Chicago peace week, 1950

University of Chicago Abner affair, 1950

University of Illinois, 1950-1951

Illinois state branch, 1948-1951

Earlham College, 1948-1951

Indiana University, 1948-1951

Burlington student division, 1950

Central college chapter, 1950

Drake University, 1951

Cornell College, 1947-1950

Iowa State Technical College and Cedar Falls, 1949

Iowa State College, Ames, 1947-1951

Pella High School, 1950

Iowa University, Iowa City, 1947-1950

Westmar College, 1948

UWF of Iowa state branch, 1948-1951

Tulane University, 1949-1950

Louisiana-Metairie Park country day, 1947

Bate College chapter, 1946-1950

"Dirigo" UWF, 1949-1950

Hebron Academy, 1948-1950

UWF of Maine, 1950-1951

UWF of Maryland, 1950

Abbot Academy, 1948-1949

Beaver Country Day School, 1947

Framingham area high school, 1950

Harvard student federalists, 1950-1951

Mt. Holyoke college chapter, 1947-1951

Northfield School for Girls, 1947-1951

Roxburg latin federalists, 1948-1950

Smith College chapter - Northhampton, 1950-1951

Box 70 World Government Town correspondence, Mar.-Apr. 1950

Tufts College, 1945-1950

Wellesley College, 1946-1951

Wheaton College, 1946-1950

Windsor School, 1946-1951

Massachusetts student council, 1948-1950

New England student conference, Harvard, June 10-11, 1950

Massachusetts state branch, 1949-1951

"The myth that threatens the world," Coronet Theater, Dec. 4, 1949

Albion College, 1948-1951

Cranbrook School, 1949-1951

University of Michigan, 1948-1951

Wayne University, 1948-1950

UWF Michigan, 1949-1951

Carleton College, 1943-1951

College of St. Thomas, 1949-1950

University of Minnesota, 1946-1951

UWF of Minnesota, 1951

St. Louis vacation chapter, 1950

Kirkwood High School, 1949-1950

Missouri UWF, 1949-1951

Thomas Jefferson High School, 1949-1951

Washington University, 1948-1951

St. Louis area, 1944-1951

Dartmouth College, 1948-1951

Phillips Exeter Academy, 1946-1951

New Hampshire state branch, 1950

Foreign, 1950

Alabama - Iowa (including Washington, D.C. and Canada), 1946-1951

(15 folders)


Box 71 Kansas - Wisconsin, 1948-1951

(35 folders)


International correspondence, 1947-1949

Organization liaison, convention, 1951

Convention data, Des Moines, 1951

Box 72 P.R. (?), 1952-1955

(3 folders)


Incoming mail, general, 1954-1955

(3 folders)


Miscellaneous correspondence, 1955

Harvey Edwards correspondence, 1954-1955

(2 folders)


The Federalist, 1955

Publicity reference file, 1953-1954

Incoming mail from Jerry Spingarn, 1954

(2 folders)


Outgoing mail, requests for permissions, 1954

Incoming mail, replies to requests for reprint permission, 1954

Outgoing mail, correspondence addressed from Helen Shuford, 1954

Outgoing mail to Jerry Spingarn, 1954

The Federalist, Ad contracts, 1954

The Federalist, post office information, 1954

Catalogs, government publications, 1954, Department of state publications

Biographical information: UWF national executive council, 1954-1955

The Federalist, receipts, 1954

Renewal notice forms, 1954

Publicity releases, UWF, 1954

Executive council minutes, UWF, 1954

UWF biographies, 1954

Federalist copy, letters, 1952-1955

Federalist copy, Nov.-Dec. 1953

Executive council minutes, UWF, 1954

National executive council, 1955

Cartoons, 1949-1951

Bricker amendment, 1953-1954

Max Habicht, clippings, Nov. 1954

Clippings, Apr. 1955

Carolos Romolo, clippings, Jan.-Mar. 1955

Phyllis Kurzman, clippings, 1954-1955

Lucy Law, clippings, Feb.-May 1955

Robert Lee Humber, clippings, 1954-1955

Clippings, 1953-1955

Clippings, Apr.-May 1955

Clippings, letters to the editor, 1954-1955

Clippings, C.M. Stanley, 1954-1955

Clippings, 1954-1955

(2 folders)


Clippings, letters to the editor, 1954-1955

Clippings, Washington Post ad, June 30, 1950

(2 folders)


Box 73 Federalist copy, advertising, 1953-1954

UWF state legislative action, 1951-1953

Federalist copy, cartoons, 1953

United Nations charter revision, 1955

Newsletter: conference upon research and education in world government, 1954

Atomic Bomb, 1953-1955

Student convention, 1951

Student convention, orientation and projects, 1951

Literature piece, student division, undated

Literature piece, 1946-1948

UWF question of the month, Jan.-Mar. 1951

Coleman study guide, 1951

Globe stationery, 1950

4th annual world conference, 1950

Chapter lists, convention data, stats, 1945-1946

Former student leaders, 1944-1949

Student papers, 1942-1946

Student chapters, 1948-1949

Interoffice memos, 1950-1951

Special field trips, 1951

Convention, general, 1948

Chapter lists, 1948-1949

(2 folders)


Statistics, 1948-1949

Field committee, student, 1950

Student by-laws, 1947-1951

Box 74 International committee, 1948-1950

Student council and executive minutes, 1947-1951

(2 folders)


Student and executive council, 1947-1950

(2 folders)


Student quest P.R., 1950

Newspaper clippings from local student chapters, 1948-1949

Student bulletins, 1949-1950

Student branch newsletters, 1949

Poster for speech by General Carlos P. Romulo, undated

International committee, 1949-1950

Western hemisphere contacts, etc., 1949-1950

Letters resulting from "American Observers" , 1950

Student project department, 1949

University of Chicago (old), 1948-1949

Yale University chapter, 1949

University of Michigan, 1947-1948

Princeton University, 1947-1949

Bill Andrews, 1949

Helen Ball, 1948-1949

Helen Ball Spring trip, Canada, 1947

Phyllis Barnhill, 1949-1950

Ed Brenner and Iowa, 1950

Abe's [Bargman] trip convention, 1948

Abe Bargman, 1948

Steve Benedict, 1947-1949

Anne Buel,1948

James Burns, 1948-1949

(2 folders)


Bob Byrd, 1949-1950

Mary Louise Cullum, 1949

Marilyn Cooper, field work, 1948

Ralph Fleming, 1949

(2 folders)


Larry Fuchs, 1948

Box 75 Larry Fuchs, 1947-1949

Curtis Farrar, 1947-1949

Dick Fireman, 1949

Ralph's trip, how financed, 1949-1950

Elaine Klein, 1950

Murray Frank, 1949-1950

(11 folders)


Delores Frazer...New England, 1950-1951

Gilles Corcos, 1947-1948

Greenberg, S. Rhita, 1949-1950

Harlen Hockenburg, 1949

Thomas Hughes, 1946-1948

Institutes, 1949-1950

Institute...conference reports, 1949-1950

Jim Jeffers, 1950

Melvin Jaschke, 1947-1948

Elaine Klein, field trip, Dec. 11-15, 1950

Elaine Klein, field trip - New England, Feb. 1951

Elaine Klein, field trip, Iowa-Michigan, 1951

Don Knoerr, 1947-1948

Alastair Kyle, 1947-1948

Pete Lederer expenses, 1949-1950

Pete Lederer, 1949-1951

Clare Lindgren, 1948

Emmanuel J. Lobato - New Mexico, 1950

Dan McIntosh, 1949

Chuck Melchior, expenses, 1950

Chuck Melchior, Philadelphia area, 1950-1951

Mexico trip, 1949

Dorene Mercer, 1950

Manhattan letter company, 1947-1949

Matlock, 1948

Sal Margullo, 1949

John Meloney, 1947

Bits Morgan, 1947

Vernon Nash, 1947

Don O'Brien field worker, Massachusetts, 1950-1951

Donb O'Brien, expenses, 1949-1950

Bonnie Shaner Palace, February field trip, 1951

John Parker, California, 1950

Coke's speaking tours, 1946-1947

Coke's speaking tours, Western regions, 1946-1947

Colgate Prentice, 1946-1950

Foster Parmelee, 1947

Box 76 James Roberts trip, 1951

Duke Robertson trip to the South, Feb.-Mar. 1951

Robertson correspondence, 1950-1951

Robertson's trip - New Jersey, Pittsburgh, Ohio, 1951

Natalie Rogers, 1948-1949

Virginia Riorden, 1947-1949

Irwin Robinson, 1948

Eleanor Schneider, 1948

Dick Shapiro, 1947-1948

Dick Sonnenfeldt, 1949

Girard Tucker, 1947-1948

Fritjof Thygeson correspondence, 1951

Thygeson expenses, 1951

Fritjof Thygeson, 1947-1949

Mass action, 1950

(2 folders)


Old plates [photos]

(4 folders)


Old photos, 1950

Future use, student federalist, 1948

Previous issue copy

Convention information, student, general, 1948

Clippings, 1948

World government news, 1949

Student volunteers, 1948-1949

Yale Congress, 1949

Box 77 2nd class mailing for student federalist and change to WGN, 1948-1949

Convention reporters, 1948

Student federalists, used and rejected, 1948

World student federalists, 1948-1949

Galley files, with page proofs, 1948-1949

Definite future use, student federalist insert, 1949

Concord thru St. Louis, student convention, 1946-1947

Student activities, 1947-1950

Student federalist photos, 1947-1948

Mats of students/adults, undated

Miscellaneous pictures, 1948

World student federalists pictures, 1950

Identified students [photos]

Convention, 1948, Nash, Gritaalone, Meloney, Kubie [photos]

Students and mixed, 1949 [photos]

Picture proofs of student federalists, 1948

Student federalist caravan, 1949 [photos]

Student volunteers, 1947-1948 [photos]

Adults, 1946-1949 [photos]

Caravan, samples, old, 1949-1950

Extra caravan copies, 1950

Tex and Jinx program, 1950

Caravan printed material, 1950

Library of names, 1949

(2 folders)


Ditto masters, undated

Caravan route, 1950

(2 folders)


Caravan work sheets, 1950

Directory of youth movements, 1951

Way forum, 1950

National student council, St. Louis, June 1950

Steering committee, Washington convention, Oct. 12-15, 1950

Convention, 1950, Washington, D.C.

Box 78 Correspondence for caravan, 1950

(3 folders)


NSA letters and publications, 1949

Possible photos for student lit piece, undated

Pamphlets, undated

Other organization publications, undated

Student federalists, 1947-1948

Foreign organizations publications, 1948-1949

Student papers on federalism, 1948

Schedule, undated

Contacts, undated

Finance, 1950

Petitions, undated

Miscellaneous, undated

National caravan publicity, 1950

C.A.R.E. and relief, 1948-1949

Book drive, 1949

Discrimination, 1949-1950

Proposed and pending projects, 1948-1949

Leadership school, 1949

Requests for home program, 1950

Our prepared material, 1948-1949

Academic freedom, 1949

Student federalists for world government, 1946-1948

Student volunteer fund, miscellaneous, 1950-1951

Special gift dinner/finance, 1949-1950

Correspondence, general, June-Aug. 1950

Christmas cards, 1950

Travel expenses, 1948-1950

UWF finance manual, 1951

Dinner follow-up, 1946

Fund raising, student volunteers, 1946-1949

Student finance, 1946-1947

Training school and program, 1948

Ball and Priest, 1947-1949

Contacts, 1947-1948

Students for finance drive, 1949

Shelvin's contacts, 1949

Natalie Rogers, fund raising, 1949-1950

Ralph Condit, 1949

Fund drive, post-convention follow-up, 1949-1950

Replies, July-Oct. 1949

Box 79 Fuchs, finance, 1949

Lee Williams, finance correspondence, 1949

New York state, SUF, 1950

New Jersey, 1950

Chicago, Boston, Philadelphia, 1950

Thank you notes, SUF, 1950

Student replies, SUF, 1950

State branch letters, SUF, 1950

Fund raising dinner, May 1951, New York

SUF '50, student contacts

Adults contacts, correspondence, SUF, 1950

Student replies, SUF, 1950, No

Hold! 1946-1950

Debate teams, 1948

Debate correspondence, 1948

SUF, finance drive, 1949

54, 1945-1948

55, 1944-1948

World student federalists, 1948-1950

(2 folders)


WSF correspondence, 1950

Travel brochure, 1950

WSF, 1949-1950

Requests for abroad program, 1950

Summer liaison, 1949

White House conference, 1951

Foreign student exchange, 1949

Student ship, 1949

(2 folders)


Box 80 Political affairs, 1949

Foreign student conference, 1949

Youth peace conference, 1949

Pending projects, 1949

WSF reports, 1948-1949

Princeton conference, 1951

WSF 4th world congress, Folkestone, England, 1950

Bowling Green State University, 1949

Canton High School, 1949

Maumee Valley County Day School, 1950

Miami University, 1947-1949

Toledo chapter, 1949

University of Dayton, 1949

Walnut Hills chapter, 1947-1948

Wooster College, 1949

Oklahoma A&M College chapter, 1946

College High School, Bartlesville, 1949

Portland University, 1949

Eugene student federalists, 1949-1950

Pacific University, 1948

Lewis & Clark, 1949

Linfield College, 1948-1949

Baldwin School, 1947-1948

Beaver College, 1948-1950

New Castle chapter, 1947-1948

Cheltenham chapter, 1949

Student federalists of Peekskill, 1949-1950

Pelham High School chapter, 1948

Onandoga branch, New York, 1949

Port Jervis chapter, 1948

Sampson College, 1949

Sarah Lawrence College chapter, 1949

Skidmore College, 1948

Thomas Jefferson High School, 1948-1949

Triple Cities College, 1948-1949

Troy High School chapter, 1948-1949

Union College, 1950

University Buffalo, 1949-1950

University of Rochester, 1948-1950

Wendell Willkie chapter, 1948

Asheboro High School, 1949

Asheville School, 1947

Atlantic Christian College, 1948-1949

Cenoir Rhyne College, 1948-1949

North Carolina State College, 1950

Wake Forest College, 1948

Salem College, 1948

Warren Wilson College, 1948

Denison University, 1948-1949

Friends Central School, 1949

George School, 1949

Lancaster County Day School, 1949

Lewisburg High School, 1948

Paul L McGrath, 1949

Mercersberg Academy, 1949

Shipley School, 1948

Towanda High School, 1949

Washington & Jefferson, 1948

Westown School, 1948

Wilson College chapter, 1947-1950

Montclair Academy, 1948

Newark State Technical College, 1949

New Jersey College for Women, 1949

Pingry School, 1947-1948

Adelphi chapter, undated

Albany Academy, 1948-1949

Briarcliff Junior College, 1948-1950

Bennett Junior College, 1948

Calhoun, 1949

Clarkson-Potsdam, 1949-1950

The Harvey School, 1948-1949

Hobart College, 1948-1949

Hunter College, 1948

Keuka College, 1946-1950

Lansingburgh High School, 1949

Lawrence High School, 1948

The Masters School, 1947-1950

New Rochelle High School, 1946-1952

New School, 1949

Park School, 1947-1949

Scarsdale student federalists, 1949

The Scarsborough School, 1947-1950

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (unchartered), 1950

Tabor Academy, 1947-1949

Wellesley High School, 1949

Williams College, 1947-1950

Winchester High School, 1949

Ann Arbor High School, 1948-1949

Kalamazoo student chapter, 1948-1949

Port Huron Junior College, 1949

Pan Pax student federalists, 1949

MacAlester College, 1949-1950

Clayton High School, 1946-1950

Brown University, 1946-1951

University of Tennessee, 1950-1951

Tennessee State branch, 1949-1951

University of Texas, 1950

Texas state branch, 1948-1949

UWF of Utah, 1948

Middlebury College, 1947-1950

The Putney School, 1947-1949

UWF of Vermont, 1951

Norfolk division - William and Mary, 1948

Sweet Briar College, 1947-1951

Washington & Lee University, 1950-1951

William and Mary, 1947-1951

Virginia state branch, 1948-1951

Box 81 Student volunteer - Dorothy Weichel, New Jersey, 1950-1951

Wallerstein field trip to Wisconsin, Dec. 1950

Dorothy Weichel - New England, 1951

Joseph Wheeler, 1946-1948

Weiner and Andrews, 1948

Philip Warner, 1948-1949

Eleazer Williams, 1948-1950

Student volunteer expenses, 1948-1949

Harris Wofford, 1946-1950

Lee Williams account, 1948

Jeanne Wolff, 1949

Birmingham Southern, 1948-1950

Orlando-Winter Park chapter, 1947-1948

Sarasota, Florida chapter, 1949

Seminole High School, 1949-1950

Florida Southern College, 1947-1950

Weiss tour, Apr.-June 1951

Georgia State College for Women, 1949

University of Georgia, 1948-1949

Employment - cold, 1947-1948

Employment, 1948-1949

State branches, 1948

Sequouia High School chapter, 1946-1948

Ventura Junior College chapter, 1948-1949

Greenwich vacation chapter, 1950

Loomis School chapter, 1946-1948

Norwich, Connecticut student chapter, 1948-1949

Pomfrey School, 1948-1949

Trinity chapter, 1949

Ft. Trumull, University of Connecticut chapter, 1948

Westover School, 1948

University of Delaware, 1949

Rollins College, 1948-1949

Rubber stamps: U of Conn chapter, UWF; Be Wise - Federalize!

Bradley chapter, 1946-1949

Eastern State College, 1947-1949

Lake Forest, 1947-1949

Quincy chapter of Illinois, 1947-1950

Purdue University, 1948-1950

Indiana state teachers, 1948-1949

Fort Madison High School 1949

Humboldt High School chapter, 1947

Morningside College, 1949-1950

University of Kansas, 1948-1949

Winfield High School, 1948

St. John's College, Kansas, 1948

Louisville Collegiate School, 1947-1948

Bowdoin College chapter, 1948-1949

Humboldt chapter (Arcata, CA), 1947-1950

Pasadena City College, 1948-1949

Gorham College, 1948-1949

Goucher College chapter, 1947-1949

Hood College chapter, 1949-1950

Johns Hopkins, 1949

University of Baltimore - Night, 1948

University of Baltimore, 1947-1948

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1948-1950

Mary Institute chapter, 1947-1948

University of Missouri chapter, 1947-1949

Hastings College, 1949

University of Nebraska, 1946-1949

St. Paul's School, 1948-1949

The Beard School, 1948

Hun School chapter, 1948-1949

Morristown high school, 1949

Kent Place School, 1947-1949

Emory University, 1948

Box 82 Europe, 1948

Green's speaking course, 1946-1948

January workshops, 1948

Constitutional amendments, 1945-1947

Herald Tribune fresh air camp, 1948

Leads, 1946-1948

Miscellaneous correspondence, 1947-1948

Office routine, 1946-1948

Press releases, extra, undated

Student speaking dates, 1947-1948

Speakers, 1947-1948

Student world government congress, 1947

Speaker requests, 1947-1948

Training school, 1948

American correspondence, people interested in Europe, 1948

Student organizers, 1947-1949

Digests of reports of student volunteers, 1948

Europe legislation, Summer 1948

Fritjof reports, 1947-1948

Fritjof trips, 1947

(3 folders)


Institute of international education, 1947

North Carolina student institute, 1948

Student leaders, 1948

North Carolina agendas

Wellesley Institute, 1946-1949

(3 folders)


World student federalists, Hastings, 1948

Europe, Summer 1947

(2 folders)


Box 83 WSF, 1948-1949

Institutes, 1948-1949

Applications to Europe

Wellesley, 1948-1949

California, 1948-1949

Princeton High School Institute, Apr. 1949

North Carolina, 1948-1949

Exeter, 1949

(2 folders)


WSF correspondence, 1948-1949

(2 folders)


California Institute, 1948

Wyoming Institute, 1948

Student institutes, 1947

Institutes, 1947

Institutes and conferences, 1949

Yale Institute, 1947

Student division, 1947-1948

Institutes, 1948

St. Louis Institute, 1948

Washington Institute, 1948

Texas Institute, 1948

New York and New Jersey institutes, 1948

Institutes, 1947-1948

Wellesley Institute, 1947

Samples of work done on multi-lith, undated

A - W correspondence, 1947-1948

(12 folders)


From national, 1948

Student council, 1947

Box 84 Questionnaire, 1947

Debate, 1947

Debate - requests and contacts, 1948

Inter-collegiate debate competition, 1947

Summer Institute, 1948-1949

Student broadcasts scripts, undated

College debate, 1950-1951

1950 institutes

Local essay and speech contests, 1949-1950

Debate letters, 1958

Special articles, 1946

University of Chicago, 1949-1950

European representatives, 1947

Student federalists polls, 1946

Student federalists writings, 1947

Articles noted, 1947

Foreign correspondence, 1947-1948

Credentials for convention, 1948

(2 folders)


History of Student federalists, including Chicago and Concord, 1944-1946

Charters of Dead chapters, 1944-1948

Minutes, board meetings, student federalists, Inc., 1946

Student council, 1946-1948

Student division, UWF, material sent out, 1947

Student UWF - student council, 1947

California institute, 1947

Carleton institute, 1947

Box 85 St. Johns Institute, 1947

New Jersey Institute, 1947

St. Louis Institute, 1947

Mock United Nations, Haversford, 1949

Student federalist Portage record, 1946-1947

Stands - world government comment on policy, 1947

Policy suggestions

National policies and by-laws, 1947-1949

(2 folders)


Ashville convention, 1947

Students at Asheville (memos, letters, etc.), 1947

Asheville convention reports, 1947

National assembly, Nov. 1-2, 1947, St. Louis, Missouri

Chicago convention reports, 1946

Speeches at Chicago, 1946

Magazine, radio and newspaper beforeSept. 1946

Mimeograph material, including Chicago, 1946-1947

Beverly Hills, Shapiro and Eckstein, 1945

Mimeograph copies, 1947

Confidential, 1946

Old literature out of print, 1944-1946

Mailling lists, 1945-1946

Income and expenditures, 1945

Box 86 UWF reports - national executive political action, 1949-1950

(2 folders)


UWF bulletin, 1947-1949

UWF literature, 1947-1950

Advertisements, 1946-1949

Magazine and newspaper articles on world government, 1942-1950

World government church actions, 1947-1948

Progress toward world law, 1950

Clippings, 1948

Research department, correspondence, 1950

Magazine article reprints, 1943-1950

Newspaper article reprints, 1946-1950

Correspondence bulletins, 1948-1949

Peace board, 1948-1950

Organizing committee, UWF, 1947

4th annual general assembly, 1950

5th general assembly, 1951

UWF finances, 1947-1950

Branch and chapter listings, 1948

Student statistics, 1948-1949

Student federalists, 1949-1950

Attacks and how to answer them, 1950

Field department, quarterly report statistics, 1947-1949

World government newsletter copy, 1951

Unofficial constitutional convention, 1947-1949

Unofficial constitutional committee, 1948-1949

Pocono continuing committee, 1948-1949

Miscellaneous letters and notes on unofficial constitutional convention, 1948

Executive committee minutes, 1947-1949

(3 folders)


Box 87 Special committee on policy on Russia, 1947

UWF policy committee, minutes and correspondence, 1947-1948

Strategy committee, UWF, 1947

1948 policy statements

Nominating committee UWF, 1949

World government house, 1948

National executive committee: June 1950 -Waldorf, Apr. 1950  -Cincinnati

Study programs, 1948

Speeches, 1949

Petitions - action, 1948

Petitions - forms, 1947

Petitions - programs, 1949

Public letters, undated

Population analysis, undated

Program information service, 1946

Myth meeting - Waldorf Astoria, 1950

UWF policy and beliefs, 1947-1948

Myth shows, 1951

Caravan (student), 1949-1950

Waldorf dinner, Mar. 1950

World government week, Apr. 24-30, 1950

Membership drive, undated

UWF advisory board, membership lists, 1949

Lists of speakers, undated

Miscellaneous organization resolutions pro-United Nations or world government, 1950

Miscellaneous, 1948

Federalist copy, 1947-1951

Opposition to world government, 1948-1949

Helen Sanford, 1950

Publicity, 1950

New Jersey, 1950-1951

Labor journal articles, 1949

Federalist source material, 1951

Facts and figures notebook, 1947-1950

Blank charters

UWF correspondence, Bulletin, 1948-1949

(2 folders)


Sample membership questionnaire, 1948

UWF letters to editor, 1950

"Federalist" letters, 1950

Branch and chapter letters, 1947-1948

Maps - US - county - town

Box 88 Catholic pamphlet, 1950

Publications, UWF, 1949-1950

(2 folders)


Releases, 1946-1950

One world or bust, world government game by Smith, 1949

Old man atom, 1950

National student caravan, June 1950

To/from Richard Strouse, undated

UWF Special Public relations projects, 1950-1951

7th annual general assembly of the UWF, Inc., Chicago, June 18-21, 1953 (green notebook)

General ledger, UWF, 1945-1947

General journal, 1950-1951

General ledger, 1952-1955

Miscellaneous printed, undated

Box 89 Miscellaneous printed, 1948-1951

UWF voting cards

National executive committee, 1948-1949

City/county state maps

Resolutions, 1949-1950

National organizations, addresses

Routine office procedures, 1949

Interest to action, 1950

Student chapter literature, 1949-1950

(2 folders)


UWF 2nd annual general convention held at Minneapolis, Nov. 12-14, 1948

Miscellaneous Minneapolis convention corrswpondence, 1948

Minneapolis convention memorandum, 1948

Convention, 1948

Convention, 1948  - ads for souvenir program

Convention, 1948  - letters of greeting for souvenir program

Chapter ideas, 1950-1951

Convention procedures, 1950-1951

Pending file, 1950-1951

Miscellaneous printed, 1948-1949

Bonnie S. Palace notebook, student division, 1948-1951

Box 90 4th annual assembly, 1950

UWF student division, 1950-1951

(2 folders)


Clippings, etc., 1950-1951

(2 folders)


Clippings, etc., 1949-1952

Vers la reforme de la charte des Nations Unies, 1945-1955

Alphabetical membership, A-Z

(3 card files)


Inter-office correspondence, 1947-1949

Charles G. Bolte, 1948

Donald Braider, 1948

Margaret Dudley, 1948-1949

Upshur Evans, 1947-1949

Curtis Farrar, 1947-1948

Lawrence Fuchs, 1948-1949

John C. Holt, II, 1947

Box 91: Reel-to-reel tapes Bishop Sherrill, Sept. 10, 1961

Symposium-The future of man, Sept. 29, 1959

(2 reels)


Banquet - Part 1, evening - May 20, 1961, Chicago; Harlan Cleveland speech

Dr. Eichelberger, May 20, 1961

Banquet speech, Lord Earl Atlee

Atlee speech 1

(2 reels)


Atlee speech 2

(2 reels)


Atlee, Dupe # 3

Atlee speech, information gathering

Norman Cousins message to UWF, convention Chicago, 1961

Press interview suite 400, Pick-Congress Hotel, May 20, 1961

Rabbi Daniel Silver, UWF convention May 18, 1962; other side: Paul Walter president's report, Bethea, Weiss-membership, Abram, ways and means

16th national assembly, May 19, 1962: Reel 2 - awards and singing city; Reel 3 - Cousins, Wadsworth add.; Reel 4 - Wadsworth concludes

1963 assembly

(3 reels)


The UN in Perspective - PWW, SLP & Price

Marion McVitty - UN report to executive council, Dec. 7, 1963

Jas. Wadsworth, UWF assembly, May 19, 1962 (followed by Chas. Price and then by UWF executive council, Mar. 10, 1962)

UWF assembly, May 24-25, 1963  - speeches Fri. pm; policy committee, Sat. am

UWF assembly - May 25, 1963 pm

Citizens committee for a nuclear test ban, 1963

UWF assembly, 1962  - Norman Cousins, Philadelphia, May 19, 1962

UWF general meeting, Sen. Clark, Paul W Walters, June 12, 1964, Sheraton Park Hotel

UWF 18th assembly, Sen. Clark, Paul W. Walters, June 12, 1964

Second plenary session, 18th assembly - Hon. James J. Wadsworth, Mrs. Marion H. McVitty report, June 12, 1964

(2 reels)


1963 assembly

Box 92 Student division fundraising

Salaries, 1945-1947

Contributions, 1946-1947

Newspapers, 1946

Office instructions

Daily receipts, 1946

America United for World Government, Inc. general journal, 1945-1946

Fund raising, promotional and publicity, 1945

Samuel R. Levering, 1947-1948

Cord Meyer, Jr., 1948-1949

(2 folders)


Vernon Nash, receipts and vouchers, 1947-1949

(2 folders)


Colgate S. Prentice, receipts and vouchers, 1947

Oliver A. Quayle, III, receipts and vouchers, 1949

Natalie Rogers, receipts and vouchers, 1948-1949

C. Hart Schaaf, receipts and vouchers, 1949

Eleanor Schneider, receipts and vouchers, 1948

Dorothy M. Stout, receipts and vouchers, 1949

Student field activities, receipts and voucher, 1948-1949

(2 folders)


Theodore Waller, receipts and vouchers, 1948-1949

(2 folders)


Minneapolis convention, receipts and vouchers, 1948

Miscellaneous receipts and vouchers, 1946-1948

Edward F. Wood, receipts and vouchers, 1949

Insurance policies, finance office, 1949-1950

Insurance policies, 1948

Lease and monthly payments to Fairchild Co. Inc., 1948-1949

Forms A - C, reports and statements to House and Senate, 1947-1948

Weekly reports, 1948-1950

(2 folders)


Minutes, national executive committee, 1949

Box 93 Budget and budget comparisons, 1948

National executive council, 1949

Quarterly reports, 1948-1949

Finance memoranda, C. Hart Schaaf, 1949

Reports of personnel status, 1948-1949

Other financial statements, 1948-1949

Finance memoranda, Upshur Evans, 1949

Financial agreements, 1947-1949

Expenditures at the Asheville convention, 1947

Financial reports made by assistant treasurer William Cahill, 1947

Financial statements, 1945-1949

(2 folders)


Audits, 1947-1948

Minutes of finance committee meetings, 1949

Payroll record book, 1946

Record of checks born, 1946

Trust companies, 1946

Receipts, 1946

Receipts, 1946-1947

(3 folders)


Accounts receivable paid, 1945-1946

Expense accounts, Oct. 1, 1945-Sept. 30, 1946

Paid accounts payable, A-Z, Oct. 1, 1945-Sept. 30, 1946

Treasurer's reports, 1946-1947

Employee records, financial statement correspondence, 1945-1947

Taxes, 1946-1947

Withholding tax, 1946

New York state unemployment tax, 1947

Correspondence, 1946-1947

Financial, Oct. 1, 1946-Sept. 30, 1947

Check logs, 1946-1947 (3)

Box 94 "A" miscellaneous, 1947

ABCO Press, Inc., 1947

Ace Towel, 1947

American Broadcasting Company, 1947

American Veterans Committee, 1947

Arista Stationery Co., 1947

"B" miscellaneous, 1947

Banner Messengers, 1947

"C" miscellaneous, 1947

Daily statements, 1946-1947

"E" miscellaneous, 1947

Federal corrupt practices act, 1947

Financial statements, 1946

Sol Fish, 1947

Loge Typewriter Shop, 1947

"M" miscellaneous, 1947

M.G.S. Restaurant Corp., 1947

Minutes of the executive committee, 1947

"N" miscellaneous, 1947

New York Telephone Co., 1947

Payroll, 1947

"P" miscellaneous, 1947

Petty cash funds, 1947

Petty cash, 1947

Postage, 1947

"R" miscellaneous, 1947

Radio scripts, 1947

Romeike Press clipping service, 1947

"S" miscellaneous, 1947

New York state unemployment insurance fund, 1947

Tenney Press, 1947

Tru-Rite, 1947

"U" miscellaneous, 1947

John Walker, 1947

Washington office, 1947

Western Union, 1947

Woodruff printing, 1947

Atomic "age" dinner, 1945-1946

Richard B. Sandrett account, 1946

Atomic bomb deposits, 1946

Exemption certificate (withholding), 1945

Manufacturers trust, 1946

Resolutions - House, 1947-1950

Douglas MacArthur, clippings, 1950

Miscellaneous, 1949

Miscellaneous, 1951

Clippings, 1950-1951

Political action of Congress, 80th resolution hearings, 1948

One world organizations, 1946

Congress voting records, 1944-1947

80th Congress, UWF bulletins and letters, 1949

Resolution on the Streit-Robert proposals, Mar. 27, 1949

Congressional records, K-Z

Congress, 81st session, 1950-1951

Resolutions, congressional, 1950-1951

Military assistance program, 1949

National intelligence authority, 1946

North Atlantic Alliance, 1949

North Atlantic Treaty, 1950

Stalin-U.S. peace talks, 1949

West Indian conference, 1946

Box 95 Hollins job, 1945-1948

People against world government, 1950

Quotes: compilations, 1947-1948

Quotes, 1950-1951

Maps, congressional districts

Miscellaneous, 1948-1949

Songs, 1950

Resolutions - Senate, 1950

"M" 1950-1951

Eisenhower, 1949-1951

Truman, 1948-1950

Defense: Universal Military Training, 1948-1949

Aviation, 1948-1949

The Air World, by Gill Wilson

Biological warfare, 1948

Defense: draft, 1948

Weapons, new, 1948

David Lawrence, 1950

Walter Lippman, 1950

Drew Pearson, 1950

Miscellaneous columnists, 1951

Miscellaneous, 1948

Stories, 1949

Dr. Ruth Alexander, 1950

Post (New York) columnists (Lerner, Schlesinger, Frank Kingdom), 1950

Marquis Childs, 1950

Alsops, Joseph and Stewart, 1950

Christian Science Monitor columnists, 1950-1951

Compass columnists, Ted O. Thackray, 1950

Pravda, 1948

World Telegram and Sun, 1950

Labor action, 1949

Daily Worker, 1950

Miscellaneous anti-articles, 1949-1950

Christian Science Monitor, 1949-1950

(2 folders)


New York Times, 1950

Brooklyn Eagle, 1949

Compass, 1950

Miscellaneous open-minded papers, 1950

Miscellaneous, 1950

Pre-editorials, miscellaneous, 1949-1950

Miscellaneous pro-articles, 1950

Box 96 Miscellaneous, 1950

Pro articles, 1949-1950

Editorials, 1951

Book reviews, 1950-1951

Anti articles, 1949-1950

Writers, 1950

United Nations, 1951

UWF headquarters publications, general propaganda, 1950

Miscellaneous, 1949-1952

U.S. State Department publications, 1951

Research files, 1947-1948

Document lists, undated

Columnists, 1950

Material on VIPs, 1950-1951

Current projects, 1950

Lists of prominent names, 1950

Today, 1950-1951

Radio record, 1950

Record, undated

U.S.-Russian and U.N./Soviet relations, 1950

Letters, 1950-1951

League of Women Voters, 1948-1950

Material filed in other departments, undated

5th session, 1950

Pacific Pact, 1951

Four-power conference, 1951

Foreign policy of U.S.A., 1950-1951

Council of foreign ministers, 1950

Council of Europe, 1949-1950

General assembly, general, 1950-1951

(2 folders)


Atlantic Pact, 1949-1951

(2 folders)


Box 97 Security council proceedings, 1950

International confederation of free trade unions, 1950

International cultural exchange, 1948

International living, 1949

Levant-British-French dispute, 1946

Communism in Far East, 1948

Asiatic Pact, 1950

Communism - U.S. and Latin America, 1948

Disarmament, 1948-1949

Communism - Europe, 1948-1949

History of world government, 1947

Citizens committee for United Nations reform, 1945

The Moscow agreement, 1945

Peace, 1949-1950

Polls, 1948

Republican party and its policies, 1950

Turkey-Russian dispute, 1946

Vatican, 1946

War, 1950

Yalta agreements, 1946

World federation of trade unions, 1946

World, an international weekly, undated

East-West trade, 1949

World trade and U.S., 1950

144 Bleeker St., etc., 1951

American Association of International Relations clubs, 1951

American Association on International Relations clubs - literature, 1950-1951

International relations clubs, 1948-1949

American Association for the United Nations (and Collegiate council for the United Nations), 1951

American Association for the United Nations (and Collegiate Council for the United Nations) - literature, 1951

American Civil Liberties Union, 1951

American field service, 1951

American Friends Service committee - literature, 1949-1951

American Friends Service committee - correspondence, 1947-1951

American Friends, 1947-1949

Americans for democratic action, 1947-1950

American veterans committee, 1946

American Unitarian youth, 1947-1951

American youth for democracy, 1947

American youth for political action (Blaze), correspondence, 1948-1950

American youth for political action (Blaze), literature, 1950

American youth for a free world, 1947-1949

American youth abroad, 1949

American youth for world youth, 1950

American youth hostels, 1950

Association for education in world government, 1950

B'nai B'rith youth organization (and debate contacts), 1948

C.A.R.E., 1949-1950

Civil rights congress, 1950

Committee for international student cooperation, 1950

Common Cause, Inc., 1951

Conference on citizenship, 1951

Congregational Christian service committee, 1951

Council on student travel, 1951

Council on student travel - ship program, 1949-1951

Encampment for citizenship, 1951

Experiment in international living, 1949-1951

Experiment in international living - literature, 1949

Fellowship of reconciliation literature, 1950

Fellowship of reconciliation - correspondence, 1950

Foundation for world government, 1951

Institute of international education - correspondence, 1951

International development association, literature, 1951

International People's college, 1951

International union of students, 1950-1951

Mt. Holyoke conference, 1948-1951

NAACP, 1950

National Catholic welfare conference, youth department, correspondence, 1951

National conference of Methodist youth, correspondence, 1951

Box 98 National conference of Methodist youth, literature (concern), 1949

National council against conscription, 1948-1950

National council of churches of Christ in USA, 1951

National council on Soviet-American friendship, 1948-1950

National education association, 1949-1951

National federation of Catholic college students, 1950-1951

National Jewish youth conference, 1950-1951

National Newman club federation, 1950-1951

National social welfare assembly, 1950-1951

Employee records for the year 1950

National student association, correspondence, 1947-1951

National student association congress, Aug. 1951  - results

National student association, literature: 1946-1947, 1950-1951

(2 folders)


National student association, 1st congress, 1948

National student association, 3rd congress, 1950

National student association, 1949

National youth council for independent political action, 1948

North American student co-operative league, 1950-1951

Örjansgården St. George's Court, 1951

Shawnee institute, 1948-1951

Students for democratic action, correspondence, 1948-1951

Students for democratic action, literature, 1947-1951

Student league for industrial democracy, 1949-1951

Summer school of Catholic action, 1950-1951

United Christian youth movement, 1948-1951

United Christian youth movement, 1948-1949

United Nations, general, 1950-1951

United Nations children's emergency fund, 1948-1949

United Nations Day, 1949  - youth committee

United Nations Day, 1950-1951

UNESCO, 1951

UNESCO book project, 1950

United Nations Institute, New Jersey, 1951

United Nations Institute, New York University, 1951

U.S. government Part 4 and technical assistance literature, 1951

U.S. national commission for UNESCO, 1951

United student Christian council, 1948-1949

Volharding, 1950 

Wellesley institute, 1950

World association of youth, 1949-1951

World student service fund, 1949

Box 99 Young adult conference, 1950

Young adult council, correspondence, 1950-1951

National assembly, August 1951, Ithaca, New York, results

Young adult council-World assembly of youth assembly, 1951

Advertising materials, 1947-1948

(2 folders)


UWF organization, reports, 1948-1950

Radio broadcast reprints, 1947-1949

Independent pamphlets and posters, 1949

Clippings about UWF, 1951

World federalist, USA, 1946

Miscellaneous, 1951

(2 folders)


Young adult council, local conferences, UWF, 1951

Young adult council-National affairs committee, 1951

Young adult council, general literature, 1951

Young adult council, 1950-1951

Young adult council, committee on local conferences, 1950-1951

Young adult council, meeting notes, 1951

Young adult council mid-century conference, 1951

Young democrats, 1949

YMCA, 1947-1951

Student Y's (National intercollegiate Christian council), literature, 1950-1951

Young people's socialist league, correspondence, 1951

Young people's socialist league, literature, undated

Young progressives of America, 1949

Young Republican national federation, 1951

Youth Argosy, 1949-1951 

Youth peace conference and council, 1943

World government week/month, 1948-1949

Displaced persons, 1948-1949

Project department material, 1948-1951

Box 100 International youth conference, 1948

"Voice" project, 1949

A.M. friends, 1949

Other organizations' summer programs, 1949

International seminars, 1949

Summer session, 1948-1949

Summer volunteers, 1948-1949

Pledge, 1949

World student federalists contacts, 1948

Exchange of literature, 1948

Federalist song, undated

Project director, 1949

Summer caravan conference, 1949-1950

Education director, 1948-1950

Reports on field trips, speaking engagements, etc., 1949

Regional conferences, 1948

Regional student conference material, 1949

Travel material, 1948-1949

Antioch college chapter, 1947-1951

Cleveland Heights High School, 1950

Columbus Academy, 1948-1952

DeVilbiss High School, 1949-1951

Oberlin College, 1948-1951

Ohio State University, 1947-1951

Old Trail School, 1949

University of Akron, 1948-1950

University of Cincinnati, 1949-1951

University of Toledo, 1948-1951

Western Reserve, 1948-1951

Wilberforce, 1948-1950

Ohio - Fred Shepard, 1950-1951

Ohio state branch, 1948-1951

Phillips University, 1947-1951

Oklahoma State University, 1950

UWF of Oklahoma, 1949-1951

Dalton School, 1948-1950

Emma Willard School, 1947-1950

Great Neck chapter, 1948-1950

Long Island University, 1948-1949

New Paltz State Teachers College, 1946-1950

New York University commerce, 1949

New York University, 1948-1951

Pratt, 1948-1951

Riverdale County School, 1949-1951

Russell Sage College, 1948-1950

Syracuse University, 1947-1951

Vassar College, 1945-1950

New York state branch, 1947-1951

Duke University, 1948-1951

Rocky Mount High School, 1949-1951

Greensboro College, 1949-1951

Women's College of North Carolina, 1949-1950

University of North Carolina, 1947-1951

UWF of North Carolina, 1948-1951

University of North Dakota, 1949-1951

Boonton High School, 1948-1950

Hillside High School, 1950-1951

Box 101 Alfred University, 1950

Ann Reno institute, 1950

Brooklyn College, 1948-1949

Brooklyn High School area chapter, 1948

Brooklyn Park, 1949-1951

City College of New York, 1946-1949

Colgate University, 1947-1950

Columbia/Barnard chapter, 1947-1949

Columbia University, 1949-1950

Cooper Union, 1948-1951

Cornell University chapter, 1950-1951

Jersey City student chapter, 1949-1951

Milburn chapter, 1949-1950

Miss Fines School chapter, 1949-1950

Montclair College High School, 1950-1951

Montclair State Teacher's College, 1951

Newark Academy, 1948-1951

Oranges and Maplewood student division, 1948-1951

The Peddie School, 1948-1951

Perth Amboy chapter, 1946-1950

Princeton University chapter, 1950-1951

(2 folders)


Rutgers University, 1948

Rutgers University - College of Law, 1950-1951

Trenton student chapter, 1949-1951

New Jersey state chapter, 1949-1950

New Jersey state students, 1949-1950

UWF of New Mexico, 1951

Reed College, 1948-1950

University of Wyoming, 1948-1949

Casper Junior College, 1948

West Allis, 1948

Walla Walla chapter, 1947-1948

Mundunido chapter (Yakima), 1946-1949

Broadway-Edison, 1948

University of Virginia, 1947-1949

University of Vermont, 1947-1949

University of Utah chapter, 1947-1948

Pennsylvania area council, 1950-1951

Pennsylvania state branch, 1947-1950

Westinghouse High School, 1949

University of Pittsburgh, 1948-1951

University of Pennsylvania, 1950-1951

Swarthmore College chapter, 1947-1951

Shady Side Academy, 1948

Pennsylvania State College, 1949-1950

Lehigh chapter, 1950

Haverford College chapter, 1950

George School, 1951

Carnegie Tech, 1950-1951

Bucknell University, 1950-1951

Albright College, 1949

Bryn Mawr College chapter, 1950

St. Paul's School, 1951

Washington State College, 1949-1951

University of Washington, 1949-1950

UWF of Washington, 1951

Juneau High, 1949-1950

University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1949-1951

University of Wisconsin, 1949-1951

Wauwatosa High School chapter, 1949-1950

UWF of Wisconsin, 1950

Pennsylvania College for Women, 1949

Southwestern at Memphis, 1949

Hardin College, 1948

Southwest Texas State Teacher's College, 1948

Texas Christian University, 1949

Texas Tech, 1947-1948

Brigham Youth University, 1948-1950

Ogden Senior High School, 1948

Box 102 UWF of Delaware, 1950-1953

UWF of Florida, 1950-1953

(2 folders)


UWF of Georgia, 1950-1953

UWF of Illinois, 1950-1953

UWF of Indiana, 1949-1953

UWF of Iowa, 1949-1953

UWF of Louisville, 1949-1952

UWF of Maine, 1950-1953

UWF of Maryland, 1952-1953

UWF of Massachusetts, 1951-1953

UWF of Michigan, 1950-1953

UWF of Minnesota, 1950-1953

UWF of Missouri, 1950-1953

New England Regional Council, 1952-1953

(2 folders)


New Jersey - Harry Hollins, 1952-1953

UWF of New Jersey, 1951-1953

Washington, D.C. UWF, 1949-1953

Lenox Hill Dinner, Apr. 3, 1951

Speech material, Shuford, 1952

Clippings, 1952

Box 103 Bolte manuscript

Branches and chapters, 1950-1953

Alabama, 1950

UWF of California, 1952-1953

UWF of Oakland, 1949-1950

UWF of Colorado, 1949-1953

UWF of Connecticut, 1951-1953

A - Z miscellaneous, 1950-1956

(28 folders)


Box 104 Financial statement, June 30, 1955

Fiduciary Trust Co., 1951

Auditor's reports and federal tax returns, 1951

Financial statements, membership reports, 1951

Employee earnings, 1955

General ledger and journal, 1948-1949

Paul Shipman Andrews, 1950-1956

(2 folders)


Sally Bray and W.W. Bray, 1950-1956

Joseph Facci, 1950-1951

Curtis Farrar, 1950-1951

Mr. and Mrs. John M. Fowle, 1950-1952

Lionel Friedmann, 1950-1955

Melvin Garner, 1952-1955

Charles Gray, 1950-1951

Oscar Hammerstein, 1950-1955

Phil Hammer, 1950

Gordon Hall, 1951-1955

Arthur Henderson, 1952

Jane Hiatt, 1950

Harrison B. Hoffman, 1950-1951

W.T. Holliday, 1950

Harry B. Hollins, 1950-1956

Hamilton Holt, 1950

Mary Hone, 1950-1954

Arthur Hostage, 1950

Howard Huntington, 1950-1952

Robert Lee Humber, 1950

Antonio Iglesias, 1950-1953

Hannah Johnson, 1950-1952

Stanwood Kenyon, 1950

Robert Keyworth, 1950-1951

Keith Killby, 1950-1952

Alexander Klein, 1950-1951

Paul Lay, 1950

Ralph G. Lindstrom, 1950-1955

Samuel Levering, 1950-1956

Ilse Lewin, 1950

George Lewis, II, 1950-1952

Box 105 Morris Abrams, 1950-1951

Philip W. Amram, 1950-1955

Philip W. Amram, executive council, 1949-1950

Andrews, Paul Shipman, 1951

Frank Ansley, 1950-1951

Dr. John Arnett, 1950-1951

Ted Baer, 1950-1952

Harry Barber, 1950

Gordon Bilderback, 1953-1955

Mildred Blake, 1950-1951

Elizabeth Bloch, 1949-1953

George Blodgett, 1950-1951

Mrs. Clarice Blumenthal, 1952-1954

Dr. and Mrs. David Bradley, 1950-1954

John Branch, 1950-1955

Dean Henry Brandis, Jr., 1950-1956

Harry Braverman, 1950

J. William Brosius, 1950-1952

Pierce Butler, Jr., 1954-1955

Henry Cabot, 1950-1953

Cass Canfield, 1950-1955

Chicago University, 1950-1951

Grenville Clark-R. Reno correspondence, 1952-1953

Wm. E. Clark, 1950-1953

Theodore Cobb, 1949-1950

Randolph Compton, 1950-1955

Jerome R. Cox, 1950-1951

To: Alan Cranston, 1950-1954

(2 folders)


Louis Dailey, 1950-1953

Laurence Dawson, 1950-1955

Malcolm Davis, 1950

Dr. Arthur Bliss Dayton, 1950-1952

Edison Dick, 1950-1955

Robert J. Doolan, 1950-1951

Katherine Duncan (Mrs. J. Donald), 1951-1954

Harvey Edwards, 1953-1955

Donald Edwards, 1950-1951

F.L. Eldridge, 1950-1951

Dr. Arthur E. Elliott, 1950-1952

Upshur Evans, 1949-1951

Thomas Finletter, 1950-1956

Executive council - Paul Shipman Andrews, 1949-1951

Harry Hollins, III, esq., Oldweck, New Jersey, 1950-1952

Connecticut plan by-laws, 1950-1951

Correspondence, Institute of international government (Bill Bernard), 1952-1953

Box 106 "R" 1950

Ruth Root, 1951

Mrs. Roosevelt, 1950

A.J.G. Priest (director), 1948-1951

Miscellaneous, 1951

Stewart M. Ogilvy (director), 1947-1949

Vernon Nash, 1950-1951

Joseph Millward, 1949-1951

Executive council - Austin, Margretta, 1949

"S", 1949-1951

Sewell Smith California game - one world or bust, 1949-1951

Duncan Spencer, 1949-1951

Suggestions and ideas for literature pieces, 1951

Correspondence regarding proposed literature pieces, 1952-1953

Proposed branch publications, 1952

Correspondence re-orders on World Government Sunday kits: study kits, etc., 1953

Helen Shuford, 1954

Literature suggestions, 1952

Branch and chapter literature pieces, 1947

Copies of literature lists, 1951-1952

Literature lists, 1950-1954

Program, 1951-1952

Program planning meeting, Nov. 1951

Program suggestions, 1950

Program committee report, 1951

New techniques for distribution, 1951

Samples: program material put out by branches, 1951-1955

(2 folders)


Charter revision conferences programs speaking engagements, 1954-1955

Charter revision discussion, study kit

Mid lakes region - mimeographed study material, 1956

Charter revision material, 1951-1954

Study guidelines (world government courses), 1950-1952

Box 107 Bibliographies (general and specialized), 1952-1955

Educational techniques, 1952-1953

Iowa billboard project, 1952

Motion picture projects, 1947-1950

Radio and films, 1952-1954

Films, songs, etc., 1951-1953

Difference kinds of meetings: Laige, public, etc., 1952

Home meeting material, 1951

United Nations Day, 1955

World government Sunday, 1952-1953

Event expenses, 1954

"Blueprint" program organizational material, 1953-1955

Chapter program reports, 1954

Branch program reports, 1954

UWF program, 1954-1955

(2 folders)


1954 budgets and state quotas

George C. Holt - form letters, 1956

Mailings to branches and chapters, etc.: Fall 1956

Mailings to branches and chapters, 1956

(2 folders)


One $ card campaign, 1951

Renewal drive mailings, 1952

Political action letters and mailings, 1952-1955

Box 108 Check records, 1949-1951, 1955

(4 volumes)


Journals, 1947-1956

(13 volumes)


1953 auditor's reports and federal tax returns

1954 auditor's reports and federal tax returns

1955 taxes

Weekly payroll, 1954-1955

General ledger, Oct. 1, 1951-June 30, 1952

World movement, 1954 records

Box 109 General journal, 1955-1956

Ledger, 1955

Weekly payroll, 1945

Weekly payroll, 1951

Weekly payroll, 1956

Check records, 1947-1948, 1952-1955

(2 volumes)


Taxes, 1952

1965 San Francisco assembly:

Observers

World congress of world federalists

(2 folders)


United Nations commemorative book

"Think" conference

West coast trip - legislative director

(2 folders)


World association of world federalists congress items

Speeches (Buron-Quintana)

Workshop

Tapes - transcripts

Messages

Photographs

United Nations charter review committee

Box 110 1965 San Francisco assembly:

World congress of world federalists

(2 folders)


Public relations

Address: Carlos P. Romulo

Press releases, Ruder & Finn of Washington, D.C.

Procedures & rules of order

Post assembly mailings

Pre-assembly mailing

World congress invitations

Program

Travel - hospitality

World congress sponsors

Translating - equipped personnel

Japanese participants

Registrants

President's report

1964 Washington, D.C. Assembly:

Congressional regrets file

Post-assembly pledges

Speeches (taped rough drafts)

Sponsors

Awards

Awards - photographs, etc.

Messages

Pre-assembly mailing

Post assembly mailing

Thank-you letters

General work file, correspondence

Congressional invitations

Hotel arrangements

Box 111 1965 congress - diplomatic correspondence

18th assembly observers, fiscal year 1964

19th assembly, 1965  San Francisco, press kit

Federalist ads, 1966-1967

1964 Washington, D.C. assembly, recordings of assembly reports

1964 Washington, D.C. assembly, National Bank of America

Federalist correspondence, 1967-1968

Sally Bray, speakers bureau, 1968

Programs and positions, 1967-1968

Who/what/why, 1967

Public relations, 1966

Federal library programs, 1964-1967

Federalist (criticism), 1966-1967

Advertising, 1966

Ruder & Finn - Public relations, 1965

Displays/exhibits, 1967

California Ramparts ad--comment, 1966

Turnpike Press, Inc., 1964

Paul W. Walter letter to signers of ad in Wall Street Journal, June 24, 1963

Advertising, 1967

Marion McVitty, speakers Bureau, 1968

Congressional breakfast, May 1967

Media, 1964-1967

Organization liaison, 1967

Federal paper #1 revisions, 1967

Focus, 1967

Education, 1967

Policy, undated

Literature proofs, undated

Positions, 1967-1968

Literature, 1967

Convention1947, St. Louis

St. Louis convention, undated

Conventions - Minneapolis, Nov. 1948

1949 convention

(2 folders)


Cleveland convention, 1949

General assembly, 1950

Box 112 1950 UWF convention

General assembly, 1951: mimeograph material

Convention, 1951  - statistics & samples

Convention caravan - Des Moines, 1951

Des Moines convention, 1951  - by-laws changes

Branch chapter secretary procedure for convention, 1951

B-50 forms, 1953  convention

1952 convention - mimeo material

1953 convention

1953 convention - delegates, final vote count

1954-1955 Washington assembly pledges

Miscellaneous letters concerning the convention, 1955

General assembly, 1955  - mimeo material

Pre-convention mimeograph material in connection with assembly, 1955

General assembly, 1955

1955 assembly messages

1956 UWF general assembly

1955 convention registration

B-50 forms - correspondence, delegate count, etc., 1955

General assembly, 1955  - correspondence

Dramatic committee (Washington), 1950

Helen A. Shuford - Washington Convention, 1954

Volunteers - correspondence, schedule, 1955

Miscellaneous field correspondence, Jan.-May, 1956

Miscellaneous field correspondence, Spring 1956

Miscellaneous correspondence from federalists, 1954-1955

Miscellaneous correspondence, field department, Spring 1955

Miscellaneous correspondence with federalists, 1954-1955

Box 113 General correspondence with federalists, 1954

Field correspondence, Oct.-Dec. 1955

Field correspondence, Sept.-Dec. 1955

Correspondence with and regarding field workers, 1951-1953

General correspondence with non-federalists, 1954-1955

Correspondence, 1952-1953

Correspondence, 1955

1952 financial statements - membership reports

1953 financial statements - membership reports

Rev. Donald Harrington, 1950-1955

C.M. Stanley, West coast trip, Dec. 1954

C.M. Stanley, president, 1954-1956

(5 folders)


C.M. Stanley book, various chapters, 1955

Box 114 Speaker's brochure, 1953

Speaker's bureau workshop, 1955 convention

Correspondence, world movement, other foreign federalists, 1952-1954

World movement - newsletters and other publications, 1954-1955

World movement reports: Marion McVitty's reports to WM people, etc., 1954

World movement - mimeographed material, mostly 1954-early 1956

World movement for world federal government, 1951-1953

Speaking engagements - Aug-Dec. 1955

Completed speaking engagements, 1954-1955

(2 folders)


Current speaking engagements, 1955-1956

Correspondence with speaker's bureau chairman, etc., 1954-1955

Speaking tours, 1951-1953

Correspondence - ordinary speaking requests, 1952-1953

Speaking engagements - dinners, 1952-1953

(2 folders)


Speaker's bureau material (other state's bureaus), 1950-1954

(2 folders)


Correspondence, etc., pertaining to Gen. Romulo's speaking engagements, Spring 1955

Speech materials (ideas for speeches), undated

Speech materials, 1953

Sample speeches, 1952

Reports, 1948-1950

Norman Cousins, 1947-1950

Box 115 Norman Cousins, 1952-1955

Organization (UWF), 1947

Mildred R. Blake (director), 1947-1950

Sally (Mrs. William W.) Bray, 1950-1951

"C" 1950-1951 

Henry B. Cabot, director, 1947-1950

Cass Canfield, director, 1947-1951

Randolph Compton, director, 1948-1953

Alan Cranston, 1947-1950

"D" 1950-1951 

Garry Davis, 1949

Kay Duncan, personal, 1947-1951

Kay Duncan, miscellaneous, 1950-1951

Upshur Evans, 1950

"F-L" 1949-1952 

(4 folders)


Samuel B. Levering, director, 1947-1951

Thomas Mahony, chairman, 1954-1956

"Mc" 1949-1951 

J.A. Migel, 1950

Vernon Nash, 1950-1955

Oklahoma letter, 1950

Mrs. Robert Rosenwald, 1950

Asheville convention, 1947  - delegates and observers

(2 folders)


Amsterdam conference, 1952

H. Donald Wilson, convention, 1951

John J. Wiley, 1950

Wayne Williams, 1950-1951

Bennett Willis, 1950

Don Wilson, 1954-1955

Raymond H. Wittcoff, 1950-1952

Lora Standish Weston, 1950-1954

Betty (Mrs. Patrick) Westfeldt, 1950-1955

Robert Wheelwright, 1950-1954

William Whitten, 1950

Neville Williams, 1950-1951

Stillman Williams, world order library, 1951-1955

Byrl A. Whitney, 1950-1954

Robert J. Walker, 1951-1954

Ira D. Wallach, 1950-1955

Ted Waller, 1950-1951

Immanuel Wallerstein, 1950

James Warburg, 1950-1955

Box 116 Julie Medlock, 1950

Cord Meyer, Jr., 1947-1952

Cord Meyer, Jr. correspondence, 1950

Vernon Nash - correspondence concerning powers and amendment procedures of this proposed world government, 1949-1950

Elliot S. Nichols, 1954-1955

Bert Owen, 1950

George Olmsted, 1950

Edgar Osgood, 1950

Grove Patterson, 1950-1953

Drew Pearson, 1950-1951

Neal Potter, 1949-1954

Charles Price, 1950-1956

A.J.G. Priest, 1950-1956

"Q" 1950 

John Rackham, 1950

John Rague, 1950-1951

Victor Ratner, 1950-1951

Robert Redfield, 1950-1951

General Carlos Romulo, 1954-1955

Rex S. Roudebush, 1950

James Rouse, 1950-1954

Robert M. Sandow, 1950

Paul Saunier, 1950-1954

Larry Schultz, 1953-1955

Rodney Shaw, 1952-1956

Ray Short, 1950-1954

Lois Sidenberg, 1950-1956

Bennet Skewes-Cox, 1950-1951

Frederic Smedley, 1950-1951

Louis B. Sohn, 1955

Alexander Standish, 1950

C.M. and David Stanley, 1950-1955

Evans F. Stearns, 1950

William Starkweather, 1950-1952

Carroll Sudier, 1951-1955

Raymond Swing, 1950-1956

E.M. Swengel, Fithian, Illinois, 1950

Paul Thatcher, 1950-1951

Charlotte Thurber, including Detroit myth correspondence, 1951-1952

"U" 1950-1951 

Fritz Von Windegger, 1950-1951

Jerry Voorhis, 1950-1956

Stanley A. Weigel, 1949-1951

William Wells, 1950

Box 117 Betty McClure, 1953-1956

C.A. McElvain, 1950-1951

Thomas MacGowan, 1953-1955

Donald MacLachlan, 1951-1952

Ronald McLaughlin, 1950-1954

M.W. McLean, 1950-1951

Ed McVitty, Personal, 1952-1955

Thomas H. Mahony, 1950-1954

J.A. Migel, 1952-1956

W.A.C. Miller, III, 1950-1951

Walter P. Miller, Jr., 1950-1952

Edgar Ansel Mowrer, 1950-1954

The "Vernon Nash Special", 1950

Clelles Ness, 1949-1951

Frida Nielson, 1949-1950

Robert S. Nyburg, 1950-1952

UWF finance committee, fiscal year, 1967

National council, fiscal years 1966 and 1967

(2 folders)


World congress appeal, fiscal year 1965

Advisory Board, fiscal year, 1967

World currency, 1965

1965 San Francisco assembly, awards

1965 San Francisco assembly, sponsors

1965 San Francisco assembly, general work file

1965 San Francisco assembly, thank-you letters

Miscellaneous, 1949-1951

OK'd copies, branch and chapter, 1950

OK'd minutes of executive council and committee, 1950

OK'd form letters, 1949

OK'd political action letters, 1950

"What can I do?" draft comments, undated

Field aids, 1952

Field department reports, 1949

Memos to/from field department, Ed McVitty and Leanore Wear, 1951-1955

Inter-office memos, 1950-1954

(2 folders)


Congressional district, system for [19]52, 1951

Political action committee, Nov. recommendations, 1951

State political action chairmen, 1952

Chapter political action chairmen, 1952

Branches, political action, 1951

State legislatures, 1950-1951

Miscellaneous political material, 1950-1952

Political action, Bricker bill, 1952-1954

Box 118 Top level correspondence, 1952-1953

New York state branch correspondence and material, 1952-1953

Personnel, 1949-1950

Application for employment, 1950-1955

Field - general, 1945-1955

Field correspondence - New York City, Dec. 29-30, 1952

Extra copies manual, 1953

General correspondence, including requests for information, material, 1952-1953

(3 folders)


World government news, 1948-1951

World government news council meeting, Feb. 10-11, 1951

World government news, 1951

Student federalists, 1951

UWF program and organization, 1950

Home meeting kit, 1950

Manuals, 1949

(2 folders)


"What can I do?" revision, 1950

1949 United Nations model, review conference, Denver, Colorado (Exhibit A, Haverford plans)

California, unclassified general, 1949

Northern division, California, general, 1949

Southern division, California general, undated

Connecticut, general, undated

Delaware, general, undated

Colorado, general, 1949

District of Columbia, general, undated

Iowa, general, undated

Maine, general, 1947

Maryland, general - leads, 1949-1950

Massachusetts, general, undated

Missouri, general, 1948

New Jersey, general, undated

UWF of Gary, 1949

Indiana, general, 1948

Official records of national, Aug. 1950-Aug. 1951

Box 119 New Jersey Federalist, 1949-1951

New York City - Manhattan, general, 1949

New York state, general, 1949

Suburban New York, general, 1949

North Carolina, general, 1948

Ohio, general, 1947

Pennsylvania, general, 1949-1951

Utah, general, 1948

Vermont, general, 1948-1949

Virginia, general, undated

Washington, general, 1947-1948

Wisconsin, general, 1949

Foreign, 1950

National association of manufacturers, 1949-1952

United commercial travelers, 1949

American Association for the United Nations, 1950-1952

(2 folders)


American Association for the United Nations, 1951-1952

(3 folders)


American Emergency food committee for India, 1951

American farm bureau federation, 1948-1950

American peace society, 1948

Atlantic Union committee, 1949-1951

(2 folders)


Revised resolution of Atlantic union committee, 1949

Campaign for world government, 1952

Carnegie endowment for international peace, 1951

Kiwanis, 1950-1951

Miscellaneous printed, undated

World government association, 1947-1948

Fund dinner invitations, programs, follow up brochures, etc., 1952-1953 (scrapbook)

Box 120 National grange, 1948-1952

National farmers union, 1950-1952

Education, miscellaneous, 1949-1952

American association of school administrators, 1950-1952

U.S. chamber of commerce, 1949-1951

American education fellowship, 1951

American federation of teachers, 1949-1950

Conference of science, philosophy and religion, 1950

National education association of the U.S., 1948-1951

Parent-teacher association, 1948-1954

U.S. junior chamber of commerce, 1947-1951

(3 folders)


Federation of American scientists, 1956

UWF policy statements, 1955

Press kits (blue folders):

Attacks on the United Nations

European Federation

Know your United Nations

The only war we want

[Economic development]

Grass roots (film)

UWF dinner, 1954

Florida finance correspondence, 1953-1954

Illinois finance correspondence, 1953-1954

Iowa finance correspondence, 1953-1954

Maryland finance correspondence, 1953-1955

Minnesota finance correspondence, 1953-1954

New England finance correspondence, 1953-1954

New York state dinner, Waldorf, June 6, 1954

New York finance correspondence, 1953-1954

Ohio finance correspondence, 1953-1954

Pennsylvania finance correspondence, 1953-1954

Miscellaneous branch finance correspondence, 1953-1955

Dinner manual, 1954

Finance manual, undated

Direct mail resources, 1952

Box 121 Fund raising aids, including fund raising dinner manuals, 1951-1953

(2 folders)


Special Stanley fund $25,000, Summer 1954

Finance reports, 1954

Annual statements, 1953

California finance correspondence, 1954-1955