M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives

GERMAN AND JEWISH INTELLECTUAL ÉMIGRÉ COLLECTION

Finding Aid for the
ARNOLD BRECHT
PAPERS, 1865-1974

(GER-024)

For reference queries contact Grenander Department Reference staff or (518)-437-3935
Finding aid compiled by
Sandra Hunt Hawrylchak
August 30, 2006



 
 
 
 
 
 

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VOLUME: 14.67 cubic ft.

ACQUISITION: The originals of the Brecht Papers are located in the Bundesarchiv, Koblenz, Germany (Bundesarchiv, Potsdamer Strasse 1, 56075 Koblenz, Germany or http://www.bundesarchiv.de/). This manuscript group was photocopied by the University Libraries, M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, with Brecht's permission before the originals were sent to the Bundesarchiv.
ACCESS: Collection is open to use, without restrictions. Use must be reported to the Bundesarchiv, Koblenz, Germany (Bundesarchiv, Potsdamer Strasse 1, 56075 Koblenz, Germany or http://www.bundesarchiv.de/).
COPYRIGHT: The originals of the Papers are in the Bundesarchiv which should be contacted for permission to publish. The contact information is: Bundesarchiv, Koblenz, Germany (Bundesarchiv, Potsdamer Strasse 1, 56075 Koblenz, Germany or http://www.bundesarchiv.de/).


TABLE OF CONTENTS

Biographical Sketch

Chronology of Events

Scope and Content Note

Series Description

Box and Folder List:


Arnold Brecht Papers
Biographical Sketch

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Arnold Brecht was born in 1884 in Lübeck, Germany. After completing his university studies in Bonn, Berlin, Göttingen and Leipzig, he received his Doctor of Law degree from Leipzig in 1906. In 1910, Brecht's career turned to civil service. From 1910 to 1933, he served under seven Reich Chancellors and more than a dozen Reich and Prussian ministers, until he was formally dismissed from his position as acting state secretary by Hitler in 1933.

Upon the invitation of Alvin Johnson, Brecht emigrated to the U.S. in 1933 to become one of the initial members of the newly formed "University in Exile," the Graduate Faculty of Political and Social Science of the New School for Social Research in New York City. Brecht remained on the Faculty of the New School until his retirement in 1954, after which he continued to lecture as an Emeritus Professor of Political Science and Jurisprudence until 1963.

In addition to his teaching and lecturing, Brecht was also called upon to advise the United States Military (OMGUS - Office of Military Government for Germany) in the rebuilding of Germany after World War II, as well as serving as an Expert to the Secretary of the Army, and a lecturer in the Army Specialized Training Programs at City College, Harvard and Haverford Colleges.

Arnold Brecht's publications, dating from his law school years, encompass the areas of civil law, international relations, political science and theory, and political, constitutional and administrative problems of his day. His best-known work, Political Theory. The Foundations of Twentieth Century Political Thought, has been reprinted several times as well as translated into German, Portuguese and Spanish. Brecht's rich and influential life and career are detailed in his memoirs, published first in German in two volumes (Aus nächster Nähe and Mit der Kraft des Geistes) in 1966 and 1967 respectively, and later condensed and released in an English edition under the title The Political Education of Arnold Brecht in 1970. Brecht died while on a visit to Germany on September 11, 1977.


Arnold Brecht Papers
Chronology of Events

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1884 January 26, born in Lübeck, Germany; father Ernst Walther Brecht, mother Marie (Weishaupt) Brecht.
1902 Completed his Abitur from the Gymnasium, Lübeck
1902-1905 Attended universities in Bonn, Berlin, Göttingen and Leipzig.
1905 Studied in France.
1905-1909 In-service training in Hannover province and Berlin.
1906 Awarded Dr. juris utriusque from the University of Leipzig.
1910 Completed state examinations. Judge in Lübeck.
1910-1917 Counsellor to the Reich Ministries of Justice.
1911-1913 Secretary of the Governmental Commission for the Reform of the Penal Code.
1914-1917 Judge in Berlin.
1918 Counsellor to the Reich Ministry of Economics.
1918-1921 Counsellor to the Reich Chancellry; also Secretary of the Reich Cabinet
1919 Appointed Privy Counsellor.
1921-1927 Ministerial Director of the Reich Ministry of the Interior.
1927 Research on Public Administration in France and England.
1927-1933 Ministerial Director of the Prussian State Ministry and Finance Ministry.
Representative of Prussia in German Reichsrat and rapporteur for federal budget.
Vice-President of Reich Debt Commission.
Member of the supervisory councils of the Reich Post Office and Federal Public Works.
Lecturer in public law at the Hochschule für Politik.
Vice-president, Institute for Economy, Public Administration.
1928-1930 Member, Reich Reform Commission.
1932 Leading representative and counsel for the Prussian government in procedure at Leipzig Supreme Court after the Papen coup.
1933 Emigrated to the U.S. to join the Graduate Faculty of the New School for Social Research, NY.
1933-1963 Professor of Political Science, Jurisprudence and Public Finance, Graduate Faculty, New School for Social Research.
1937, 1940 Visiting lecturer on government at Harvard University, Spring terms.
1942-1945 Chairman of the Special Committee on Comparative Government, Public Administration Committee, Social Science Research Council.
1943-1944 Lecturer, Civil Affairs Training Schools, Harvard and Yale.
Supervisor of the Army Specialized Training Program, German area, City College, NY; also lecturer at ASTP, Harvard, Bard, Haverford.
1944 Woodward lecturer, Yale University, Spring term.
1945-1950 Member, Research Council, Institute of World Affairs, New School for Social Research.
1946 Became U.S. citizen.
Third Vice President, American Political Science Association and member of its Research Committee (1946- ).
1948 May – Sept., Expert to Secretary of the Army and consultant to OMGUS.
1952, 1954 Guest professor at University of Heidelberg, Summer semester.
1953 Appointed ex post to Staatssekretär by the Bonn Government.
1954 Became Emeritus Professor at the New School, March 15.
1959 First publication of Political Theory. The Foundations of Twentieth Century Political Thought.
Awarded Das Grosse Verdienstkreuz der Bundesrepublik Deutschland.
1960 Received the Woodrow Wilson Foundation Award for the best political science work of 1959 (Political Theory).
1964 Awarded honorary Doctor of Letters degree from the New School for Social Research, upon the occasion of his 80th birthday.
1970 Jan. 26, awarded Das Grosse Verdienstkreuz mit Stern.
June 24, death of Clara Brecht.
1973 Sept. 25, presented the New School Graduate Faculty Founders Medal.
1974 Jan. 26, celebrated his 90th birthday.
1977 Sept. 11, died in Eutin/Schleswig-Holstein, while on a visit to Germany.

Arnold Brecht Papers
Scope and Content Note

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The Arnold Brecht Papers, 1865-1974, consist of 14.67 cu. ft. of materials and are primarily copies of original documents, letters and printed materials housed at the Bundesarchiv, Koblenz, Germany ( Bundesarchiv, Potsdamer Strasse 1, 56075 Koblenz, Germany or http://www.bundesarchiv.de/ ).

The collection is divided into six series: 1) Biographical and autobiographical materials, family documents, 1865-1974; 2) Correspondence, 1905-1976; 3) Writings of Arnold Brecht, 1904-1976; 4) Course and lecture notes, notes and clippings on various lecture topics, 1935-1963; 5) Writings by others, 1939-1974; and 6) Collections of materials (primarily clippings) on topics of interest. The writings of Brecht (Series 3) have been further divided into two Sub-series: 1) Full-length (book) publications, 1906-1974; and 2) Essayistic and literary writings, 1904-1976.


Arnold Brecht Papers
Series Description

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Series 1: Biographical and Autobiographical Materials, Family Documents, 1865-1974, 98 file folders, arranged chronologically

The materials in this series document Brecht's life and career, both in Germany before 1933, as well as after his arrival in the United States. This series contains a number of documents relating to Brecht's career as Counsellor in the Reich Ministries of Justice (1910-1917) and Economics (1918), and the Reich Chancellry (1918-1921), as well as Ministerial Director in the Reich Ministry of the Interior (1921-1927) and various other ministries including the Prussian State Ministry and Finance Ministry (1927-1933), until his final dismissal by Hitler in 1933. Also included in this series are materials related to Brecht's activities as Expert to the Secretary of the Army (1948), as well as materials pertaining to HICOG (High Commissioner for Germany).

Series 2: Correspondence, 1905-1976, 319 file folders, arranged alphabetically.

The correspondence files span a period of over 70 years, with the bulk of the correspondence dating from the years 1933-1976. The correspondence has been arranged alphabetically within several categories: family, professional and general, students, politicians and public officials (U.S. and Germany), administrative and faculty members of the New School for Social Research, and organizational correspondence. The professional and general correspondence includes substantial amounts between Brecht and Julie Braun-Vogelstein, Jürgen Fehling, Carl Joachim (Achim) Friedrich, Kurt von Fritz, Ernest Hamburger, Ernest Hocking, Fritz Morstein-Marx and Gustav and Lydia Radbruch, as well as with former students Morris Forkosch and Alfred J. Jung. The collection also contains correspondence with the American statesman John Foster Dulles, as well as lengthy exchanges with German statesmen Otto Braun, Heinrich Brüning, Ferdinand Friedensburg and Theodor Heuss. The series also contains Brecht's correspondence with other members of the New School for Social Research, most notably with former New School Deans Alvin Johnson, Hans Simons and Hans Staudinger.

Series 3: Writings of Arnold Brecht, 1904-1976, 198 file folders, arranged chronologically.

The writings of Brecht have been divided into two sub-series: 1) full-length book publications; and 2) essayistic and literary writings.

Subseries 1: Full-length (Book) Publications, 1906-1974, 34 file folders, arranged chronologically.

This series contains early publications by Brecht during his years in the Reich Ministries and the Reich Chancellry, as well as manuscript material to his later publications. The bulk of this sub-series is comprised of materials dealing with his major publication, Political Theory: The Foundations of Twentieth Century Political Thought, first published in 1959 in English, reprinted editions, and the translation into German. This includes text materials, reviews and correspondence between Brecht and his publishers.

Subseries 2: Essayistic and Literary Writings, 1904-1976, 165 file folders, arranged chronologically.

This series contains Brecht's contributions to newspapers and periodicals, as well as individual chapters in books. Included in this series are early writings in German, including several literary pieces. Although many of the typescripts are present only in photocopies, original newspaper and magazine clippings or reprints of the majority of published pieces are present in this series.

Series 4: Course and Lecture Notes, Notes and Xlippings on Various Lecture Topics, 1935-1963, 101 file folders, arranged alphabetically by topic.

This series contains lecture notes, clippings and other course materials used by Brecht in his courses and seminars primarily at the New School for Social Research, Harvard University, and the University of Heidelberg.

Series 5: Writings by Others, 1939-1974, 31 file folders, arranged alphabetically.

This series contains typescripts of articles by colleagues of Brecht, especially by and about other New School members. Included in the series are papers read at the New School for Social Research Fortieth Anniversary Bonn Conference, June 20-21, 1974.

Series 6: Collections of Materials on Various Topics of Interest, 79 file folders, arranged chronologically and alphabetically.

This series contains primarily clippings assembled by Brecht on various topics, including a number of folders of clippings pertaining to the Reich budget during Brecht's years as the representative of Prussia in German Reichsrat and rapporteur for the federal budget (1927-1933).


Arnold Brecht Papers
Box and Folder List

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Series 1: Biographical and Autobiographical Materials, Family Documents, 1865-1974

Box 1
Folder

1. Weishaupt, Theodor (grandfather). Documents, 1865-1890
2. Birth and baptismal certificates (Arnold Brecht, Clara Berg), 1877, 1884
3. School documents, 1896-1901
4. Student newspapers, 1898-1899
5. Diary, entitled "In schöner Zeit", 1900
6. Silver wedding anniversary celebration of Brecht's parents, June 11, 1902
7. Materials pertaining to Brecht's legal studies, 1903-1910
8. Personal letters and employment records, 1905-1918
9. Employment records, Reichsjustizministerium (Reich Ministry of Justice), 1905-1925
10. Teaching evaluations, 1906
11. "System der Vertragshaftung." Reviews & correspondence, 1908
12. Reich Ministry of Justice. Notes, correspondence, 1910-1918
13. Reports and correspondence concerning Belgium, 1910-1918
14. Marriage certificate, 1915
15. Military documents, 1915-1917
16. Propaganda campaign, 1917-1918
17. World War I, treaties & correspondence, 1918
18. Brecht's appointment to "Kaiserliche Regierungsrat", 1918
19. Brecht's notes on Cabinet meetings, Oct. 29-30, 1918
20. Brecht's notes on Cabinet meeting, Nov. 2, 1918
21. Reports on the November Revolution, Nov. 9, 1918
22. Press conferences of the Reich Chancellry, 1918-1919
23. Vorgeschichte des Waffenstillstandes. Amtliche Urkunden, herausgegeben im Auftrage des Reichsministeriums von der Reichskanzlei. Printed copy, 1919
24. Documents relating to Brecht's position at the Reich Chancellry, 1918-1921
25. Materials relating to the Kapp-Putsch, March 13, 1920
26. Correspondence relating to Brecht's leaving the Reich Chancellry, 1921
27. "Aufzeichnung über meine Unterredung mit Polizeipräsident Pohner auf seinem Amtszimmer am Donnerstag, den 10. Februar 1921 in München…" Transcript prepared by Brecht
28. Brecht's account of his work for the Reich Ministry of the Interior, 1921-1927
29. Celebration in the Paulskirche, Frankfurt, May 18, 1923
30. Last Will and Testament of Marie Brecht, Feb. 1, 1925
31. Record of trips to London and Paris, 1927
32. Documents and correspondence pertaining to Brecht's dismissal from the Reichsministerium des Innern, 1927
33. Official documents pertaining to service in the Staatsministerium and Reichsrat, 1927-1933
34. Articles pertaining to Reichsreform, 1926-1931
35. Brecht's speeches on Reichsreform, 1926-1931
36. "Die Beschlüsse des Verfassungsausschusses der Länderkonferenz." Reports by Brecht, 1929-1930
37. Newspaper clippings on Reichsreform, 1928
38. "Verfassungsausschuß der Länderkonferenz" (record of the meeting of the Constitutional Committee of the Conference of States), June 20-21, 1930
39. "Gesetz über die Reichsreform." Brecht's comments, 1930-1932
40. Correspondence and clippings pertaining to Reichsreform, 1932
41. Correspondence concerning Brecht's first visit to U.S., 1933
42. Correspondence concerning trip to California, 1939
43. Programs of lectures, panel discussions, 1940-1950
44. Brecht's correspondence (Erwin Widder, Ernst Günther Prüfs, Gerhard Schulz, Jürgen Bay) concerning Reichsreform, 1954-1965

Box 2
Folder

1. Blätter des Deutschlandbundes. Copies of publication, notes, Feb. 6, 1931-Aug. 24, 1932
2. Brecht's recommendations on unemployment situation in Germany, March 1932
3. Materials concerning von Papen's coup d'état, including statement by Brecht, June 1932
4. Documents concerning Brecht's first dismissal by von Papen, July 1932
5. Prussia vs. Deutsches Reich trial. Documents and clippings, July 20, 1932
6. Prussia vs. Deutsches Reich. Documents and proceedings, Feb. 6, 1933
7. Documents concerning Brecht's second dismissal, Feb. 1933
8. Report of Brecht's final days at the Staatsministerium, March 1933
9. Brecht's report of his arrest, April 6, 1933
10. Documents and correspondence concerning Brecht's third dismissal, Aug. 1933
11. Printed materials and notes on the Hitler regime, 1933-1934
12. Appointment to the Faculty of the New School for Social Research & departure from Germany, 1933
13. Departure from Germany, Nov. 9, 1933
14. "Arriving in America." Printed version of Brecht's retrospective essay (1970), and notes.
15. "Our Life Story." Documents and correspondence, documenting Brecht's activities, ca. 1933-1954
16. Transcripts of important letters received by Brecht, 1934, 1964
17. Social Science Research Council, Committee on Comparative Administration, 1941-1945
18. Army Specialized Training Courses. City College, 1942-1944; Harvard, 1944
19. Brecht's work for Council for Democracy, 1943
20. Reports on activities, 1942-1946
21. Brecht's appointment by the City of Hamburg to the Executive Committee of the Bizonal Economic Council, 1947
22. Correspondence and reports on Brecht's work in Germany as "Expert to the Secretary of the Army", 1948
23. "Meine Mission in Deutschland 1948 als 'Expert to the Secretary of the Army'." Brecht's notes and reports
24. Brecht's suggestions to the new German Constitution, 1948
25. HICOG (High Commissioner for Germany). Correspondence, notes, reports, 1950
26. Notes on trip to Washington, Jan. 1951
27. Mission to Heidelberg, Summer 1952
28. Report and related correspondence, trip to Germany, 1952
29. Correspondence concerning University of Heidelberg, 1954
30. Hula, Erich. " Arnold Brecht's Contribution to Comparative Government and International Relations." Article written on the occasion of Brecht's 70th birthday, 1954
31. Friedrich, C.J. " Arnold Brecht. Jurist and Political Theorist." 1954
32. Fulbright Award, 1954-1955
33. Correspondence relating to trip to Bonn, Germany, June 1955
34. Award of Das Grosse Verdienstkreuz des Verdienstordens der Bundesrepublik Deutschland, Jan. 31, 1959
35. Woodrow Wilson Foundation Award, 1960
36. Poems dedicated to Brecht by Ernest Hocking, Herbert Bailey, 1961-1962
37. 80th birthday honors, 1964
38. Honorary degree, New School for Social Research, 1964
39. Award of Das Grosse Verdienstkreuz mit Stern, Jan. 26, 1970
40. Death certificate of Clara Brecht, June 24, 1970
41. Presentation of Graduate Faculty Founders Medal, Sept. 25, 1973
42. 90th birthday honors, 1974
43. 90th birthday, press clippings, 1974
44. "Erinnerungen und Geschichte. Ein autobiographischer Versuch." Notes to volume 1 of Brecht's autobiography
45. "Ungedruckte Teile meines Lebenserinnerungen." Various versions, including deleted sections of Brecht's autobiography
46. "Aus nächster Nähe." Appendices, materials to autobiography
47. Notes, title suggestions to English version of autobiography
48. Biographical notes
49. Curriculum vitae, various versions
50. Lexicon entries
51. Lists of publications
52. Index cards of Brecht's publications
53. Listing of Brecht's papers given to the Bundesarchiv, Koblenz
54. Articles, clippings about Brecht


Arnold Brecht Papers
Box and Folder List

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Series 2: Correspondence, 1905-1976

Box 3
Folder

Folders 1-6: Family members
1. Barthels, Dorothea (niece), 1966
2. Brecht, Marie (née Weishaupt, mother), 1909
3. Brecht, Gustav (brother), 1909, 1945-1948, 1955-1958
4. Brecht, Gustav. Copies of affidavits, 1945
5. Brecht, Rolf (brother), 1945-1947
6. Schnirlin, Gertrud (née Brecht, sister)
General correspondence:
7. A – miscellaneous correspondence
8. Adolph, Hans J. L., 1963
9. Albert, Heinrich F. & Ida, 1933-1969
10. Alexander, Edgar, 1958
     Almond, Gabriel A., 1946
11. Anderson, William, 1940-1968
12. Andrea, Erich & Fritz, 1948, 1950
13. Angell, Ernest (Council for Democracy), 1943
14. Anspach, Ernst, 1945-1946
15. Archiv für Rechts- und Sozialphilosophie, 1955-1956
16. Arendt, Hannah, 1960, 1972
17. Arnold, Fritz W., 1959-1960
18. Ascher, Charles S., 1941-1959
19. Aussenpolitik, 1955
20. B – miscellaneous correspondence
21. Baerensprung, H.W., 1945
     Baerwald, Friedrich (Thought), 1942
22. Balasundaram, Palayam M., 1951-1976
23. Banse, Herman, 1961
     Barth, Eberhard, 1954
     Barth, Max, 1958
24. Bauer, Friedrich, 1969
     Bausch, Hans A., 1955
     Bay, Jürgen, 1966-1971
25. Bayerische Rundfunk, 1955-1956
26. Beard, Charles A., 1942-1948
27. Beck, Earl R., 1957-1960
28. Behn, Fritz, 1933
     Behn, Irmgard, 1952-1971
     Behn, Richard, 1968-1969
29. Benda, Emanuel, 1946
     Benda, Gabi, 1948, 1954
     Benda, Christian, 1954
30. Bergsträsser, Arnold, 1946, 1954
     Berman, David, 1962
     Bernsdorf, Wilhelm (Wörterbuch der Soziologie), 1962
31. Berolzheimer, Josef, 1934-1955
32. Bilfinger, Käthe, 1968-1972
33. Blencke, Erna, undated
     Borsig, Tet Arnold von, 1968-1972
     Bracher, Karl, 1956-1959
34. Brammer, Karl, 1961
     Brand, Hanna, 1968
35. Braun-Vogelstein, Julie, 1936-1939
36. Braun-Vogelstein, Julie, 1940
37. Braun-Vogelstein, Julie, 1941-1942
38. Braun-Vogelstein, Julie, 1946-1971
39. Brenner-Rademacher, Susanna, 1964, 1968
     Breunig, Else, 1959-1960
40. Brockhaus, Paul, 1964
41. Brodersen, Arvid, 1960
     Brodie, William, 1961
     Brook, Warner F., 1945
42. Bülow, Andreas von, 1958, 1963
     Bundesarchiv Koblenz, 1968
43. Burdine, J. Alton, 1946
     Butler, Nicholas Murray, 1934, 1936, 1939
     Byrnes, Eugene H., 1939
44. C – miscellaneous correspondence
45. Cahn, Edmund, 1959
     Caldwell, Lynton K., 1953
     California Law Review, 1941
46. Catlin, George E. Gordon, 1959-1962
47. Chaudhry, Iqbal Nath, 1962-1963
48. Claussen, Dean O., 1959
49. Coker, Francis W., 1945-1947
50. Cole, Taylor, 1946-1950, 1959
51. Colegrove, Kenneth, 1946-1947
52. Cook, Thomas I., 1953, 1961
     Corwin, Edward S., 1954
     Crome, Otto, 1953
53. D – miscellaneous correspondence
54. Daetz, Maria Mercedes, 1950-1974
     Daetz, Lily, 1974
55. Demeter, Karl, 1968
     Deutsche Verlags-Anstalt, Stuttgart, 1969-1972
     Dimrock, Marshall E. (Immigration and Naturalization Service), 1940-1961
56. Donnell, Dorothy, 1941
     Dorn, Herbert, 1952-1954
     Dorpalen, Andreas, 1960
57. Dotzauer, Dina, 1957-1963
58. ds production (Dieter Schmidt), 1968-1970
     Duarte, Paulo (Anhembi, Saõ Paulo), 1962
59. Duggan, Stephen, 1943
     Duncan, John Paul, 1960-1961
     Durham, Henry C., 1956-1957, 1976
60. Dunner, Joseph, 1945-1946, 1962-1965; including Brecht's contributions to the Dictionary of Political Science
61. E – miscellaneous correspondence
62. Ebenstein, William, 1939
     Eberhard, F., 1963
     Eckardt, Wolfram von, 1945
     Eckener, Hugo, 1934-1935
63. Ehrmann, Henry W., 1945-1973
64. Einstein, Albert, 1954
     Emge, Carl A., 1948, 1954
65. Engisch, Karl, 1957-1972
     English, Raymond, 1962
66. Erdmann, Karl Dietrich, 1970
     Erler, Adalbert, 1946
67. Eschenberg, Theodor, 1953-1976
68. Esslinger, William, 1956
     Ewers, Hans, 1959, 1962
     Eynern, Margarete von, 1967
69. F – miscellaneous correspondence
70. Fackelträger Verlag, 1958
     Fairman, Charles, 1946-1947
     Faul, Erwin, 1961
     Fay, Sidney B., 1942
71. Fehling, Jürgen, 1905-1968
72. Feiler, Marie, 1953-1971
     Fetscher, Iring, undated
     Finer, Herman, 1943-1948
73. Flechtheim, Julius & Helene, 1949-1972
74. Fleming, William, 1960-1963
     Flemming, Arthur S., 1952
     Flotow, Rose Marie von,
75. Forkosch, Morris, 1951-1975
76. Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 1952, 1960
     Freund, Ludwig, 1947
     Frick, Heinrich, 1969
     Fried, John H. E., 1960
77. Friedman, Bruno, 1958-1961
78. Friedrich, Carl Joachim (Achim), 1934-1971
79. Friedrich, Manfred, 1966.
     Fritzsche, Klaus, 1969.
80. Fritz, Kurt & Louise von, 1953-1972.
81. G – miscellaneous correspondence.
82. Gaus, John M., 1940-1954
     Gillespie, S. Hazard & Ruth, 1952
     Globus, Joseph & Grete, 1946, 1955
83. Glum, Friedrich, 1954-1955
     Goldsmith, Arthur J., 1941
     Goldstein, Naomi, Wayland Vaughan, Gordon Allport, 1943
84. Gotthard, Walther & Helene, 1949-1968
85. Grabowsky, Adolf, 1941, 1956-1961
86. Grathoff, Richard, 1974-1975
87. Gray, McGregor, 1961-1968
     Gropius, Walter & Ilse, undated, 1974
     Grossmann, Kurt R., 1950-1960
88. Grunebaum, L. H., 1940-1956
     Grzesinski, Albert C. (Association of Free Germans Inc.), 1942
89. Guenther, Peter W., 1958
     Gumbel, [Emil J.], 1952
     Gunst, Dietrich, 1953-1954
90. Guradze, Heinz, 1959-1972
91. Gurwitsch, Aron, 1967
     György, Antalffy, 1969

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Folder

1. H – miscellaneous correspondence
2. Haig, Robert M., 1940-1949
     Hallowell, John H., 1945-1947
3. Hamburger, Ernest, 1943-1976
4. Hartmann, Heinz & Dora, 1954-1971
5. Harvard Law Review, 1941-1950
6. Harvard University, 1936-1940
7. Haskell, Henry S., 1934
     Haussmann, Conrad, 1921
     Haussmann, Hermann, 1948-1950
8. Hazard, John N., 1947-1955
     Heard, Alexander, 1955
     Hebal, John J., 1964
     Heberle, Rudolf, 1969
9. Heimann, Hugo, 1944, 1949
     Heimpel, Hermann, 1956, 1972
     Heller, Gertrud, 1970
     Helmolt, Bernd von, 1951
10. Henle, G., 1955
     Hennig, E., 1967, 1970
     Hennis, Wilhelm, 1957
11. Hermens, Ferdinand A., 1942-1977
12. Herring, E. Pendleton, 1938, 1954
     Herrmann, Gertrude, 1959
     Herz, Else, 1953-1954
     Herz, John H., 1953
13. Hesse, Artur (Gewerkschaft Deutscher Beamtenbund), 1949-1956
14. Carl Heymanns Verlag KG, 1961
     Hippel, Fritz von, 1954-1956
15. Hirsch, Felix E., 1944-1976
16. Hirsch, Julius, 1948
     Hocke, Gustav René, 1934, 1949
17. Hocking, (William) Ernest, 1940-1965
18. Höpker-Aschoff, Hermann, 1934-1952
19. Holborn, Hajo, 1943
     Holcombe, Arthur N., 1938-1956
     Holmes, John H., 1949
20. Hook, Sidney, 1963, 1969
21. I – J – miscellaneous correspondence
22. Igel, Konrad (concerning Walther Rathenau), 1943-1962
23. International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, 1964
     Iwand, Hans / Gurian, [Waldemar], 1952
24. Jackh, Ernest, 1945, 1948
     Jacobsohn, Peter S., 1948
     Jaffe, Emy, 1968
     Jaffe-Richthofen, Else, 1959-1966
25. Janovsky, Hannah Salomon, 1967, 1972
     Jellinek, Walter, 1952-1954
26. Junz, Alfred J., 1950-1964, 1971
27. K – miscellaneous correspondence
28. Kann, Robert A., 1947
     Kaufmann, Felix & Else, 1946-1950
     Kaufmann, Walter H., 1950, 1953
     Kelsen, Hans, 1946
29. Kemble, E. D. (General Electric Company), 1959-1960
     Smiddy, Harold F. "Research – And Shaping the Future of Management." Typescript
30. Kempner, Robert M. W., 1941-1947, 1963-1964
31. Kennan, George, 1952, 1957
     Kessler, Friedrich, undated
32. Kiepenheuer & Witsch (Verlag), 1965
     Kirchheimer, Anne, 1965-1966
     Klepper, Otto, 1940-1941
     New England Christian Committee for Refugees
     Kline, Reamer ( Bard College), 1961, 1963
33. Knieriem, August von, 1953
     Koch-Weser, Erich & Irma, 1942-1967
     Kohn, Hans, 1961
34. Kohn, Walter S. G., 1957-1971
     Kolbe, Dieter (concerning Erwin Bumke), 1971
35. Krayer, Otto & Ruth, 1972
     Külz (Senatspräsident beim Bundesverwaltungsgericht), 1958-1959
     Kürschners Gelehrtenkalender, 1959, 1968
     Kunkel, Wolfgang, 1949-1950, 1955
36. Kutscher, Irmgard & Hans, 1953-1973
37. L – miscellaneous correspondence
38. Lambie, Morris B., 1940-194
     Landau, Martin, 1963-1964
     Lang, Reginald D., 1946
39. Lasswell, Harold D., 1942, 1962
     Lazar, Joseph, 1964
     Lederer, Gertrud, 1958, 1960
40. Leibholz, Gerhard, 1953-1959
     Lepawsky, Albert, 1948
     Leser, Norbert, 1963
41. Leval, Hilde Peltzer, 1959-1967
     Leyden, Victor von, 1947
     Liang, His-Huey, 1971-1972
42. Lichtenstein, Walter, 1937-1946
     Liebman, Charles J. (Refugee Economic Corporation), 1946
43. Lindheim, Hermann von, 1952-1955
     Lins, Mario, 197
44. Lippincott, Benjamin E., 1947, 1966
     Lippmann, Walter, 1941, 1950, 1952
45. Litchfield, Edward H., 1945, 1949-1954
46. Litt, Theo, 1939-1962
     Littauer, Lucius N., 1941
47. Loewenstein, Karl, 1941-1947, 1972
     Löwith, Karl, 1962
48. Lohmann, Friedrich, 1951, 1966
     Luckemeyer, Ludwig, 1966
     Luther, Hans, 1934, 1955, 1957
49. M – miscellaneous correspondence
50. Mack, Arien (Social Research), 1975
     Macmahon, Arthur W., 1942-1947
     Macridis, Roy C., 1953
51. Mainzer, Otto, 1941, 1947
     Mann, Golo, 1961
     Mann, Katia, 1955-1956
     Mann, Thomas / Fritz Behn, 1931
52. Marburg, Gertrude (Mrs. Louis C.), 1966-1972
     Maritain, Jacques, 1941
     Martin, John, 1938-1953
53. Marx, Hugo, 1943
     Marx, Werner, 1958-1972
     Mason, Lester B., 1946, 1952
54. Mattern, Hans W., 1941
     McClelland, Charles A., 1960
     McCollum, Dudley F., 1934
     McLachlan, Donald, 1970
55. Mehnert, Klaus, 1961-1962
     Melamid, Alexander, 1967
     Mende, Dietrich, 1953-1954
56. Menzel, Hans & Emmy (née Severing), 1947-1963
     Menzel, Christiane, 1949
57. Merriam, Charles E., 1936-1940
     Mestern, Hans, 1951-1957
58. Meyer, Eugene, 1945
     Miller, Susanne, 1967
59. Mirkine-Guetzévitch, Boris & Eugenia, 1946-1956
     Montaño, Salvador M. Dana, 1963
     Morgenthau, Hans J., 1950
60. Morstein-Marx, Fritz, 1936-1965
61. Müller, Hildegard & Hans, 1961-1965
     Müller-Seidel, Walter, 1955-1957
     Munro, Dana G., 1944-1946
62. Murmann, Ernst, 1966-1967
     Musgrave, Richard A., 1948
63. N, O – miscellaneous correspondence
64. Nash, Arnold, 1954
     Nass, Otto, 1960
     Natanson, Maurice, 1963, 1968
     The National Archives (Dorsey W. Hyde Jr.), 1941
65. Needler, Martin, 1960
     Die Neue Zeitung, 1950
     Neumann, Sigmund, 1944-1953
     Newman, K. J., 1960
66. Norddeutscher Rundfunk, 1969
     Nymphenburger Verlagshandlung, 1953-1963
67. Odum, Howard W., 1942-1943
     Ogg, Frederic A. (American Political Science Review), 1934-1947
     Ohmann, Fritz Ernst, 1967
68. Oldenburg, Otto, 1957
     Oppen, Beate Ruhm von, 1969
     Oppenheim, Felix, 1960
69. P – miscellaneous correspondence
70. Paeschke, Hans (Merkur), 1967
     Palitsch, Alice, 1957
     Paul, Julius, 1958
     Pelckmann, Horst, 1952
71. Peltzer, Artur, 1971
     Peltzer, Bert, 1938-1939
     Peltzer, Helmut, 1955
72. Pennock, J. Roland, 1946-1947
     Perry, Ralph Barton (American Defense, Harvard Group), 1943-1944
     Peters, Hans, 1949, 1959
73. Pfuhl, Georg & Erika, 1915-1968
     Pfuhl, Sophia, 1968-1971
74. Pikart, Eberhard, 1955-1956, 1965, 1970
     R. Piper et Co. Verlag (Walter Hinderer), 1963
     Planck, Erwin, 1934
75. Plessner, Monika, 1964
     Poetzsch-Heffter, 1935
     Pogge-von Strandmann, Hartmut, 1966
76. Pollock, James K., 1945-1955
     Popitz, Heinrich, 1972 and undated
     Posner, Ernst, 1944
77. Pound, Roscoe, 1939-1941
     Public Personnel Review (J. J. Donovan), 1950-1951
78. R – miscellaneous correspondence
79. Radbruch, Gustav, 1939-1949
     Radbruch, Lydia, 1950-1972
80. Rademacher, Hans, 1941, 1951, 1969 (death notice)
     Radin, Max ( California Law Review), 1939-1940
     Radio Bremen, 1959-1962
81. Rauers, Friedrich, 1953-1954
     Recaséns-Siches, Luis, 1955-1961
82. Redslob, Edwin, 1948-1972
83. Reed, Edward A., 1970
     Reed, Ruth Lawrence, undated
     Rempel, Rudolf, 1967
84. Richter, Thomas J., 1951-1952
     Ridgeway, George, 1941
85. Rieppel, Eva, 1969-1971
     Riesman, David, 1939, 1941
86. Riezler, Kurt, 1943, 1952
     Riezler, Walter, 1956
     Riggs, Fred W., 1964
87. Rintelen, Paul & Anita, 1955-1957
     Robinson, James A., 1961
     Rodriguez, Fausto E. (Luis Recaséns-Siches Festschrift), 1974-1975
88. Rogers, Lindsay, 1937-1950
     Roothbert, Albert & Toni, 1944-1969
     Rothfels, Hans, 1957
89. Rüstow, Alexander, 1952-1963
     Rüstow, Lorena, 1963-1964
90. Runde, Wolfgang & Antje, 1954-1960
     Rutz, Consuelo, 1972.

Box 5
Folder

1. S – miscellaneous correspondence
2. Samuel, Arthur, 1964-1967
3. Schaeffer, Hans & Eva, 1966-1967
    Schaffner, Joseph Halle, 1939, 1951-1964
    Schaffner, Ruth, 1967-1971
4. Schairer, Reinhold, 1941-1942
    Schatz, Rudolf, 1961
    Scherk, Gerhard & Elizabeth, 1950-1969
5. Schiffer, Eugen, 1954
    Schlesinger, M., 1970-1971
    Schlesinger, Rudolf B. ( Columbia Law Review), 1941
6. Schmidt, Eberhard, 1960-1972
    Schmidt, Hans Martin, 1950
    Schmidt, Robert H., 1959, 1963
7. Schmidt-Klugmann, Annemarie, 1971-1972
    Schmidt-Römhild, Georg, 1949
8. Schneider, Hans, 1957
    Schönwandt, M., 1957-1961
    Schroeder, Hans, 1944-1966
    Schröter, Walter, 1962, 1972
9. Schüller, Richard, 1970
    Schulz, Gerhard, 1957-1965
10. Schulze, Hagen, 1968-1975
11. Schwenk, Walter, 1961-1962
     Schwertfeger, Bernhard, 1950
     Seligman, Edwin R., 1934-1935
     Severing, Carl, 1950-1951
12. Shuster, George N., 1944
     Siebeck, Hans Goerg (J.C.B. Mohr, Paul Siebeck), 1963, 1975
13. Sösemann, Bernd W., 1970-1971
     Sollmann, William, 1937-1951
14. Sontheimer, Kurt, 1970-197
     Spangenberg, Berthold (Nymphenburger Verlagshandlung), 1959-1964
     SPD (Sozialdemokratische Partei Deutschlands), 1952, 1958
     Speyer, Emil John, 1972
15. Spiegelberg, Ernst (Ernest) & Marie-Louise, 1943-1976
16. Spranger, Eduard, 1954-1958
     Staatslexikon (Herder Verlag), 1957, 1959
     Stadelmeyer, Peter (Goethe House, NY), 1967, 1972
17. Stampfer, Friedrich, 1945-1947
     Stern, Frederick M., 1945, 1972
     Sternberger, Dolf, 1955-1968
18. Stinnes, Edmund H., 1942-1946
     Stoke, Harold W., 1946
19. Stolper, Gustav, 1947
     Stolper, Toni, 1956-1972
20. Stourzh, Gerald, 1964-1965
     Strauss, Leo, 1941-1972
21. Strauss, Walter, 1950, 1954
     Strausz-Hupé, Robert, 1961
     Stuttgarter Zeitung, 1959-1960
     Süddeutsche Zeitung, 1950, 1955
     Süddeutscher Rundfunk, 1956
22. T – V – miscellaneous correspondence
23. Tillich, Paul, 1943, 1959
     Tillich, Hannah, 1965
     Topitsch, Ernst, 1964
24. Ulich, Robert, 1934, 1941-1944
     University of Heidelberg (Universität Heidelberg), 1947-1963
25. University of Mainz (Universität Mainz), 1947
     Unkelbach, Helmut, 1956-1968
26. Vagts, Alfred, 1968
     Valentin, 1942, 1946
     Valle, Raymond, 1974
     Verdross, Alfred, 1962
27. Vermehren, Kurt, 1954
     Viehweg, Theodor, 1963
     Voegelin, Eric / Voegelin Festschrift, 1946-1962
28. Vogelstein, T.M., 1940
     Vogt, Martin, 1964
     Volkamer, Gustav, 1955
29. W – Z – miscellaneous correspondence
30. Wachenheim, Hedwig, 1943, 1958-1967
     Warburg, Eric M., 1946-1975
31. Warburg, Max, 1936-1944
     Warburg, Ingrid, undated
     Weber, Alfred, 1953
32. Weber, Dieter, 1970-1971
     Weil, Agnes (Mrs. Sumner), 1964-1972
     Weishaupt, Paul, 1947
33. Weiszäcker, Carl Friedrich von, 1975
     Weltner (née Reuter), Maria (Mia), 1951-1962
34. Wever, Karl, 1948-1960
35. Weyland, Hans, 1969
     Wheeler-Bennett, Sir John W., 1937, 1971
36. White, Leonard D., 1936-1945, 1954
     Widder, Erwin, 1954
     Wiese, Leopold von, 1961
37. Wildenmann, Rudolf, 1975
     Williams, Pierce, 1939
     Wilson, Francis G., 1946-1947
38. Winckelmann, Johannes, 1958-1967
     Wissell, Rudolf, 1956
     Wolf, Erik, 1955-1959
39. Wolfers, Arnold, 1944-1954
     Wolff, Ernst, 1950-1951
     Wolman, Benjamin B. (Cross Currents of Our Times), 1967
40. Woodrow Wilson Foundation / Woodrow Wilson Award, 1960
     Wright, Benjamin, 1946-1947
     Wright, Quincy, 1949-1952
41. Zahn, Karl von, 1938
     Zahn-Harnack, Agnes von, 1949
42. "Important letters received." Transcripts, 1934-1946
43. Correspondence concerning published articles, 1934-1957, 1966
44. Correspondence concerning lecture engagements, 1933-1967
45. Students: A – B
46. Students: C – F
47. Students: Eugene T. Ferraro
48. Students: G – J
49. Students: K – L
50. Students: M – R
51. Students: S – Z
52. Students, other
Folders 53-60: Correspondence with U.S. government officials
53. U.S. government officials, 1936-1961
54. Acheson, Dean, 1949, 1952
     Adams, Sherman, 1952
     Appleby, Paul H., 1941-1946
55. Carter, Jimmy & Rosalynn, undated
     Clay, Lucius D., 1945-1946
56. Dulles, John Foster, 1934-1957
57. Frankfurter, Felix, 1937-1950
     Fulbright, J. W., 1952-2953
     Hoover, Herbert C., 1948
58. Hull, Cordell, 1943
     Jessup, Philip C., 1946-1952
     Jump, W. A., 1939-1945
     Lewis, Geoffrey W., 1952-1957
59. Murphy, Robert, 1947-1957
     Patton, George S., 1945
     Rockefeller, Nelson A., 1952
     Roosevelt, Eleanor, 1944, 1946
60 Rusk, Dean, 1961
     Stone, Donald C., 1940-1960
     Wertheimer, Egon Ranshofen, 1942-1946
61. New York City/State officials, 1938-1942, 1963
62. United Nations officials, 1946-1947, 1950-1961
63. War Department members (Allen L. Edwards, Paul M. A. Linebarger), 1942-1959
64. OMGUS (Office of Military Government for Germany), including:
     Glaser, Comstock, 1939-1951
     Jones, Howard P., 1943-1946
     Karsen, Fritz, 1943-1947
65. OMGUS (Office of Military Government for Germany), including:
     Landin, Harold W., 1948
     Tuthill, John & Erna, 1945-1948, 1962
     Warner, Adolphe J., 1947
     Wells, Roger H., 1947, 1952, 1962
66. HICOG (High Commissioner for Germany), including:
     Conant, James B., 1940, 1952-1957
     Dillinger, L. E., 1950
     Hunter, David R., 1949
     Mason, John B., 1951-1952
67. HICOG (High Commissioner for Germany), including:
     McCloy, John J., 1950-1952
     Stone, Shepard, 1945-1964
     Wolfsperger, Ellsworth, 1949-1951
     Zink, Harold, 1946-1950
68. Embassies ( Canada, England, India), 1943-1961
69. German Bundestag members visit to U.S., May 1950
70. German Consul General, New York, including:
     Curtius, Klaus, 1964-1971
     Federer, Georg, 1959-1964
     Krauss, Georg, 1955
71. German Consul General, New York, including:
     Posadowsky-Werner, Harald Graf von, 1971-1973
     Rhamm, Ulrich von, 1962-1964
     Riesser, Hans E., 1932, 1951, 1966-1968
     Schmidt-Schlegel, Philipp, 1969
72. German Consul General, Washington, including:
     Grewe, Wilhelm G., 1955-1961
     Knappstein, Heinrich, 1964
     Krekeler, Heinz L., 1951-1957
     Pauls, Rolf, 1970, 1972

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Folders 1-15: Correspondence with German public officials
1. Correspondence with German public officials, 1935-1965
2. Adenauer, Konrad, 1948-1964
3. Anders, Georg, 1955-1972
4. Boettcher, Erich (Bürgermeister von Lübeck), 1951-1968
5. Brandt, Willy, 1957-1976
6. Braun, Otto, 1932-1955
7. Brüning, Heinrich, 1937-1966
8. Ebert, Friedrich, 1921-1922
     Ebert, Karl, 1955
     Erhard, Ludwig, 1964
9. Friedensburg, Ferdinand, 1935-1972
10. Gerstenmaier, Eugen (Bundespräsident), 1959, 1961
     Heinemann, Gustav W., 1967-1970
11. Heuss, Theodor, 1948-1966
12. Kaiser, Jakob, 1950-1956
     Kohl, Helmut, 1976
     Kroeger, Hans, 1949-1954
     Lex, Ritter von, 1951-1957
13. Löbe, Paul, 1934-1964
     Lübke, Heinrich, 1959, 1964
     Oppler, 1951-1952
     Pünder, Hermann, 1948-1956
14. Scheel, Walter, 1976
     Schmid, Carlo, 1952, 1974
     Schmidt, Helmut, 1974, 1976
     Schmidt, Wolfgang, 1947-1948
     Schumacher, Kurt, 1952
15. Schröder, Gerhard, 1954-1972
     Suhr, Otto, 1952-1957
     Wehner, Herbert, 1963-1971
     Weichmann, Herbert, 1941, 1972-1976
Folders 16-40: New School for Social Research, correspondence on special programs and with other faculty members
16. New School for Social Research. General correspondence, 1942-1973
17. Peace Research Project, 1939-1940
18. Institute of World Affairs, 1943-1944
19. Bad Godesberg Peace Conference, June 1974
20. Ascoli, Max, 1940, 1944
     Colm, Gerhard & Hanna, 1939-1960
21. David, Henry, 1959-1963
     Deyrup, Felicia (Johnson), 1960-1971
22 Everett, John R., 1966-1971
     Greenbaum, Joseph J., 1968-1976
     Greene, Murray, 1971
     Heilbroner, Robert L., 1968, 1970
23. Heimann, Eduard, 1942-1967
24. Hovde, Bryn J., 1945-1949
     Hula, Erich, 1943-1947
25. Johnson, Alvin, 1933-1949
26. Johnson, Alvin, 1950-1969
27. Jonas, Hans, 1959-1967
     Kallen, Horace, 1969-1970
     Landynski, Jacob, 1970-1971
28. Lowe, Adolph, 1944-1972
29. MacIver, Robert M., 1943-1964
30. Mayer, Carl & Trude, 1942-1974
     Mayer, Clara, 1951-1965
31. Neisser, Hans & Charlotte, 1949-1972
     Padover, Saul K., 1950-1971
32. Pekelis, Alexander H., 1944
     Salomon, Albert, 1942-1966
     Schutz, Alfred, 1958-1959
33. Simons, Hans, 1934-1955
34. Simons, Hans, 1956-1963
35. Simons, Hans & Eva, 1964-1969
36. Simons, Hans & Eva, 1970-1972
37 Speier, Hans, 1937-1972
38. Staudinger, Hans & Else, 1935-1977
39. Todd, Elizabeth, 1953-1961
40. Vidich, Arthur, 1975
     White, Howard B., 1955-1965
     Wunderlich, Frieda, 1964
Folders 41-49: Correspondence with organizations, institutes, etc
41. American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1951
     American Civil Liberties Union (Roger Baldwin), 1946-1951
42. American Council for Emigrés in the Professions, 1975
     American Friends Service Committee, 1944-1947
43. American Political Science Association. Annual meeting, Washington, D.C., Dec. 28-30, 1939
44. American Political Science Association. Annual meeting, Chicago, Dec. 27-30, 1940
45. American Political Science Association. Correspondence, 1941-1942
46. American Political Science Association. Round Table on Comparative War Administration, Jan. 30, 1943
47. American Political Science Association. Round Table on A Federal Solution for Europe, Jan. 20-23, 1944
48. American Political Science Association. Research Committee: Beyond Relativism in Political Science, 1946-1947
49. American Political Science Association. Annual meeting, Sept. 1953

Box 7
Folder

1. American Society for Political and Legal Philosophy (John Ladd), 1959-1964
2. American Society for Public Administration (Don K. Price, Robert J. M. Matteson), 1942, 1959, 1965
3. Army Specialized Training Program, including correspondence with: Walter Knittle, Fritz Karsen, Warner F. Brook, Bernard Levy, Paul Tillich, William Sollmann, 1943-1944
4. Commission on the Organization of the Executive Branch of the Government ( Hoover Commission), 1948-1952
5. Commission to Study the Organization of Peace, 1943
     Control Office for Germany and Austria ( London), 1946
6. Council for Democracy (Harry B. Price), 1941
7. Council of Jews from Germany, 1972
8. Institut zur Förderung öffentlicher Angelegenheiten, 1950-1951
9. Institute of Jewish Affairs (Beryl Harold Levy), 1941
     Institute on World Organization (Laura Puffer Morgan), 1942
10. The International League for the Rights of Man (Roger Baldwin), 1951
11. International Political Science Association, 1976
     Leo Baeck Institute, 1968
12. Loyal Americans of German Descent, 1941
     National Peace Conference, 1949
13. Pan-European Conference (Richard Graf Coudenhove-Kalergi, Arnold Zurcher), 1943
14. The Rockefeller Foundation, 1948, 1955
15. Social Science Research Council, Special Committee on Comparative Administration, 1944-1945
16. Survey of Foreign Experts (U.S. Government), 1943-1944
     United European Federalists, 1947
17. Universities Committee on Post-War International Problems, Conference on Treatment of Germany, July 17, 1943


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Subseries 1: Full-Length (Book) Publications, 1906-1974

Box 8
Folder

1. Vom Verkauf einer fremden Sache. Dissertation (1906). Original text & photocopy
2. Geheim-Diplomatie. Von Dr. Arn. Br. HANSON (1918). Original text & photocopy
3. Die Geschäftsordnung der Reichsministerium. Ihre staatsrechtliche und geschäftstechnische Bedeutung. Zugleich ein Lehrbuch der Büroreform (1927). Text.
4. Reichsreform. Warum und Wie? (1931). Text
5. Die Sanierung des Reichshaushalts im Kabinet Brüning-Dietrich (1933). Text
6. "Relative and Absolute Justice. An Introduction to Modern Political and Legal Philosophy." Book proposal and outline, 1941
7. Prelude to Silence. The End of the German Republic (1944). Review
8. Federalism and Regionalism in Germany (1945). Correspondence, notes
9. Governing Postwar Germany (1954). Reviews
10. The Political Philosophy of Arnold Brecht (1954). Reviews, correspondence
11. "Unhysterische Historie." Outline of planned essay volume, dated Apr. 15, 1955
12. Gemeinsame Geschäftsordnung der Bundesrepublik (1957). Draft of revised version, correspondenc
13. Wiedervereinigung. Drei Vorlesungen (1957). Reviews
14. Wiedervereinigung. Drei Vorlesungen. Correspondence, 1957-1958
15. Political Theory. The Foundations of Twentieth Century Political Thought (1959). Pages with corrections
16. Political Theory. Reviews, English
17. Political Theory. Reviews, German
18. Political Theory. Review, other languages
19. Political Theory. Additions and corrections to the paperback (5th) edition (1967)
20. Political Theory. General correspondence
21. Political Theory. Readers' comments
22. Political Theory. Correspondence with Princeton University Press, 1958
23. Political Theory. Correspondence with Princeton University Press, 1959
24. Political Theory. Correspondence with Princeton University Press, 1960-1967
25. Political Theory. Correspondence with J. C. B. Mohr (Paul Siebeck) on German edition, 1959-1976
26. Political Theory. Correspondence with Curtis Brown Ltd., 1959
27. Political Theory. Correspondence with Irmgard Kutscher concerning German translation, 1959-1961
28. The Political Education of Arnold Brecht (1970). Reviews
29. The Political Education of Arnold Brecht. Correspondence with Princeton University Press, 1963-1970
30. Aus nächster Nähe. Lebenserinnerungen 1884-1927. Author's annotations and corrections

Box 9
Folder

1. Mit der Kraft des Geistes. Lebenserinnerungen 1927-1967. Author's annotations.
2. Aus nächster Nähe and Mit der Kraft des Geistes. Reviews.
3. Kann die Demokratie überleben (1974). Reviews.
4. Lyrisches Vermächtnis (1974). Editorial corrections.


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Subseries 2: Essayistic and Literary Writings, 1904-1976

Box 9 (continued)
Folder

5. "Entwürfe literarischer Art" (1904-1908). Handwritten pages
6. "Der Traum der Treue. Eine Novelle" (1906). Typescript
7. "System der Vertragshaftung (Unmöglichkeit der Leistung, positive Vertrags-verletzungen und Verzug" (1908). Printed version, with corrections
8. "Bedingung und Anwartschaft. (Das aufschiebend bedingte Eigentum, seine Bestellung, Weiterübertragung und Pfändung)" (1911?). Printed text
9. "Erzberger, Oberste Heeresleitung und Waffenstillstand" (Sept. 13, 1921). Printed text, with related articles by other authors
10. "Die Ausgaben der deutschen Reichsverwaltung. Versuch einer genauen Übersicht" (ca. 1922-23). Reprint
11. "Die Hoheitszeichen des Reiches" (after 1922). Printed text
12. " Berlin als Reichshauptstadt" (Oct. 1923). Reprint
13. "Aufzüge" (Nov. 20, 1925). Periodical issue
14. "Die Büroreform in der Verwaltung" (May 1, 1926). Printed text
15. "Die neue Behördenregistratur" (Oct. 20, 1926). Periodical issue
16. "Polizei in Versammlungen?" (ca. 1926). Printed text
17. "Reformierter Bürokratismus" (Nov. 25, 1926). Clipping
18. "Die Sammlung des Reichsrechts" (Dec. 15, 1926). Periodical issue
19. "Das Reich-Länder-Problem." Stettiner Vortrag, Oct. 12, 1927. Mimeographed text; printed version; reactions to lecture, clippings
20. "Neujahr – Wohljahr!" (Jan. 1, 1928). Clipping
21. "Für ein Gesetz über Nachprüfung der Verfassungsmässigkeit von Reichsgesetzen" (1928). Printed text
22. "Maßnahmen zur Vereinfachung der Staatsverwaltung" (1928). Printed text
23. "Papier und Geschichte. Reichsverfassung 1919 und 1871, Wilsons Punkte" (1929). Mimeographed text
24. "Suche nach der Zauberformel. Das Viererreferat zur Reichsreform" (Mar. 29, 1929). Clipping
25. "Gemeinschaftsarbeit" (June 21, 1929). Clipping
26. Review of Handbuch des deutschen Staatsrechts (Sept. 21, 1929). Printed text
27. "Der Vorrang der Seele. Zum heutigen Todestag Walther Rathenau" (June 24, 1931). Printed text
28. "Reichsreform und Notverordnung" (Aug. 28, 1931). Printed text
29. Speech by Brecht on "Unparteiische Amtsführung" (Dec. 15, 1932). Printed text
30. "Realpolitik und Reichsreform" (Feb. 1933). Mimeographed text
31. "Distribution of Governmental Powers Between Federal State and Local Government" (OMGUS, Nov. 1947). Printed text
32. "Der unvollkommene Rechtsstaat. Die Tragödie der deutschen Demokratie vor 1933 als Beispiel" (July 12, 1950). Clipping
33. "Die Idee eines 'Sicherheitsgürtels'" (June 4, 1955). Clipping
34. "Gangbare und ungangbare Wege. Zur Frage der Wiedervereinigung" (July 17, 1955). Printed tex
35. "Alternative der Wiedervereinigung. Gangbare und ungangbare Wege" (Aug. 27, 1955). Clipping
36. "Wege zur Wiedervereinigung" (Jan. 3, 1956). Clipping
37. "Geisel gegen Geisel" (Letter to the Editor, Sept. 28, 1972). Clipping

Box 10
Folder

Folders 1-11: Copies of essays and shorter pieces by Brecht, assembled by the author, with some notes and correspondence
1. "Collected Papers of A.B. (1906-1912)."
2. "Collected Papers of A.B. (1917-1919)."
3. "Collected Papers by A.B. 3. 1922 to 1929."
4. "Collected Papers by A.B. 4. 1930 and 1931."
5. "Collected Papers by A.B. 5. 1932 and 1933." Includes copy of Vereins- und Versammlungsrecht, Republikschutz und Ausnahmerecht (1932)
6. "Collected Papers by A.B. 6. 1934 to 1938."
7. "Collected Papers by A.B. 7. 1939 to 1942."
8. "Collected Papers by A.B. 8. 1943 to 1949."
9. "Collected Papers by A.B. 9. 1950 and 1951."
10. "Collected Papers on Germany." 1927, 1944-1950
11. "Collected Papers on Politics." 1939-1952
12. "System der Vertragshaftung (Unmöglichkeit der Leistung, positive Vertragsverletzungen und Verzug)." Reprint, 1908
13. "Die einfache und die wiederholte positive Vertragsverletzung." Reprint, 1909
14. "Bedingung und Anwartschaft. (Das aufschiebend bedingte Eigentum, seine Bestellung, Weiterübertragung und Pfändung)." Reprint, 1912?
15. "Realpolitik und Reichsreform." Draft, Feb. 1933
16. "Civil Service." Reprint (copy), notes, May 1936
17. "Bureaucratic Sabotage." Reprint, notes, Jan. 1937
18. "The New Russian Constitution." Reprint, May 1937
19. "Democracy Today and Tomorrow. Lessons from Central Europe." Lecture notes, Nov. 1, 1938
20. "Public Service in the U.S. and Abroad." Harvard lecture, Dec. 9, 1938
21. "Sovereignty." Chapter from book, 1939
22. "Relative and Absolute Justice." Reprint, 1939
23. "National Conference on the United Nations, State Dept. Building, Jan. 14, 1939." Text with corrections, photocopy
24. "The Relevance of Foreign Experience." Book chapter, 1940
25. "The Search for Absolutes in Political and Legal Philosophy." Reprint, May 1940
26. "Political Basis of a Durable Peace." Text of speech, mimeo., May 10, 1940
27. "Durable Peace After France's Surrender?" Text of speech, mimeo., July 2, 1940
28. "Efficient Administration – A Nazi Miracle?" Text of speech, typewritten, photocopy, 1941
29. "Three Topics in Comparative Administration – Organization of Government Departments, Government Corporations, Expenditures in Relation to Population." Reprint, 1941
30. "The Impossible in Political and Legal Philosophy." Reprint, Mar. 1941
31. "The Myth of Is and Ought." Reprint, Mar. 1941
32. "Smaller Departments." Reprint (photocopy), Summer 1941
33. Appleby, Paul H. and Arnold Brecht. "Organization for Overhead Management." Reprint, Winter 1942
34. "European Federation – The Democratic Alternative." Reprint, Feb. 1942.
35. Social Science Research Council. "Summary of Discussions on Overall Administration, Washington, D.C., May 1, 1942." Photocopy
36. "Regional Organization Within World Organization, Extent and Reciprocal Relations." Institute on World Organization, Sept. 12, 1942. Photocopy of speech text
37. "Comparative War Administration." American Political Science Association, Round table discussion, Jan. 30, 1943. Photocopy of round table notes
38. Social Science Research Council, Committee on Public Administration, Special Committee on Comparative Administration. "Memorandum on Regional Coordination." Mimeo. text, Mar. 1943
39. "Limited-Purpose Federations." Reprint, May 1943
40. "Memorandum Regarding Problem IV as Formulated by the University Committee on Post-War International Problems." Pan-European Conference, Summer 1943. Photocopy of typescript
41. "Distribution of Powers Between an International Government and the Governments of National States." Reprint, Oct. 1943
42. "Courses for Prisoners of War." Photocopy of proposal, Nov. 10, 1943
43. "On Germany's Postwar Structure." Reprint, Nov. 1944
44. Social Science Research Council, Special Committee on Comparative Administration. "Summary of Discussions on the Streamlining of Departmental Headquarters, Washington, D.C., May 29, 1945." Mimeo. text
45. "Memorandum on Constitutional Problems in Germany." Mimeo. text. of proposal, Jan. 7, 1946
46. "New Conceptions Affecting Research in Comparative Government." Photocopy of speech text, American Political Science Association, 1946
47. "Democracy – Challenge to Theory." Reprint, June 1946
48. "Government and Our National Economy." Photocopy of speech notes, American Political Science Association, Dec. 28, 1946
49. "Civil Service Abroad. I. Civil Service Reform in Germany. Problems and Suggestions." Reprint, Jan. 1947
50. "Walther Rathenau and the German People." Reprint, Feb. 1947
51. "Beyond Relativism in Political Theory." Reprint, June 1947
52. "Gutachten zur Neuordnung des Dienstes in der öffentlichen Verwaltung." Photocopy of text, June 28, 1947. Also related correspondence

Box 11
Folder

1. "The Idea of a Safety Belt." Reprint, Oct. 1949
2. "The New German Constitution." Reprint, Dec. 1949
3. "Struggling for Peace." Reprint, Dec. 1949
4. "German Civil Service Today." Mimeographed text, 1950
5. Walther Rathenau und das Deutsche Volk. Pamphlet, 1950
6. "Re-establishing German Government." Reprint, Jan. 1950
7. "The Concentration Camp." Reprint, June 1950
8. "Probleme des öffentlichen Dienstes in den Vereinigten Staaten von Amerika." Reprint, Dec. 1, 1950.
9. Einaudi, Mario, Jean-Marie Domenach and Aldo Garosci. Communism in Western Europe(1951). Review by Brecht
10. "What Is Becoming of the German Civil Service?" Reprint, Apr. 1951
11. "Strategic Diplomacy. American Defense in Europe: Political Implications and Alternatives." Mimeo. text of paper, Oct. 1951
12. Voegelin, Eric. The New Science of Politics: An Introduction (1952). Review by Brecht
13. Essay on learning American English, undated (ca. 1952). Photocopy of handwritten text
14. "United States Defense in Europe." Reprint, Mar. 1952. Also text of a German version
15. Outline for a radio broadcast on Europe's future for the Overseas Press Club, Oct. 21, 1952
16. "The Latent Place of God in Twentieth-Century Political Theory." Typescript (photocopy), 1953
17. "Personnel Management." Reprint, 1953
18. "Imperfect Alternativism in the Struggle for Peace." New School for Social Research, Feb. 7, 1953
19. "A New Science of Politics." Reprint, Summer 1953
20. "The German Army in Retrospect." Reprint, Autumn 1954
21. "Meaning of the German Elections." Notes for WEVD radio forum, Sept. 18, 1953
22. "Political Relations Between U.S. and Germany." Notes to a Harvard lecture, Dec. 5-6, 1953
23. "Facts, Trends, Problems and Alternatives in German Affairs." Draft of research project, Institute of World Affairs, 1954
24. "The Revolt Against Relativism." Seminar lecture, Jan. 20, 1954
25. "How Bureaucracies Develop and Function." Reprint, Mar. 1954
26. "The Causes of Anti-Americanism in Europe Today." Notes, Nov. 18, 1954
27. "Alternatives of Policy." Clipping, Dec. 6, 1954
28. "Fifth Seat on Security Council?" Clipping (photocopy), Jan. 16, 1955
29. "Alvin Johnson zum 80. Geburtstage." Reprint, June 1955
30. "Die Idee eines 'Sicherheitsgürtels'." Clipping, June 4, 1955
31. "Gangbare und ungangbare Wege. Zur Frage der Wiedervereinigung." Reprint, Nov. 1955
32. "Die Auflösung der Weimarer Republik und die politische Wissenschaft." Reprint, Dec. 1955
33. Bracher, Karl Dietrich. Die Auflösung der Weimarer Republik (1956). Review by Brecht (photocopy)
34. "Gottes latenter Platz in der politischen Theorie des 20. Jahrhunderts." Reprint, 1956
35. "Wege zur Wiedervereinigung." Periodical issue containing article, Jan. 3, 1956
36. "Address at a Meeting in Memory of Otto Braun, Prime Minister of Republican Prussia, 1920-33." Text of speech (photocopy), Mar. 21, 1956
37. "The Present and Future Position of the Graduate Faculty." Typescript, ca. 1957
38. Friedrich, Carl J. and Zbigniew Brzesinski. Totalitarian Dictatorship and Autocracy (1956). Review by Brecht, reprint, Winter 1957
39. "Bürokratie." Reprint, 1957; also related correspondence with Alfred Albrecht of the Staatslexikon
40. Wolf, Eric. Das Problem der Naturrechtslehre: Versuch einer Orientierung (1955). Review by Brecht, reprint, 1958
41. Ross, Alf. On Law and Justice (1959). Review by Brecht, reprint, 1960
42. "Civil Service in the U.S." Weinheim Conference, Dec. 1-3, 1950. Notes
43. "Funeral Service for Edith Johnson (Mrs. Alvin Johnson), Nyack, N.Y. February 28, 1961." Text of Brecht's eulogy (photocopy)
44. "Fairness in Foreign Policy: The Chinese Issue." Reprint, Spring 1961
45. Stolper, Toni. Ein Leben in Brennpunkten unserer Zeit (1960). Review by Brecht, reprint, Summer 1961
46. Studies in Legal Philosophy. Ed. William R. Andersen (Dec. 1960). Review by Brecht, reprint, Sept. 1961
47. " Berlin. Forum at the New School for Social Research, October 31, 1961." Typescript (photocopy)
48. Catlin, George E. Gordon. Systematic Politics, Elementa Politica et Sociologica (1962). Text of review by Brecht
49. " Liberty and Truth: The Responsibility of Science." Photocopy of book chapter, 1962
50. "Die Tröstungen der strengen Wissenschaft." Reprint, 1962
51. "Regional Differences of Political Opinion in Germany." Speech text, 1962
52. "The 'New Political Science' Reexamined: A Symposium." Reprint, Summer 1962
53. "Standards of Justice – A Note on Their Validity." Typescript (photocopy), July 1962
54. "Address to Graduate Students and Junior Instructors." Text of lecture (photocopy) for American Political Science Association meeting, Sept. 7, 1962
55. "In Honor of Ernst Spiegelberg. September 14, 1962." Text of memorial speech (photocopy)
56. "Some Remarks on the Scientific Examination of Political Goals." Text of lecture (photocopy), Oct. 17, 1962
57. "The Ultimate Standard of Justice." Photocopy of book chapter, 1963
58. "Sehr verehrter Herr Kesten." Text of letter to the editor, Jan. 14, 1963
59. "Alvin Johnson's 89th birthday, December 18, 1963. New School Associates Dinner." Text of speech (photocopy)
60. Anderson, William. Man's Quest for Political Knowledge – The Study and Teaching of Politics in Ancient Times (1964). Typescript of review by Brecht (photocopy)
61. "Lübeck in der Reichsreform." Reprint, 1965
62. "Re: Verjähung von Naziverbrechen." Letter to the editor (photocopy), Jan. 22, 1965
63. "Gedanken über den Verlust einer prodemokratischen Mehrheit unter einer demokratischen Staatsverfassung." Reprint, 1966
64. "Memorial Meeting Frieda Wunderlich, Mar. 12, 1966." Typescript of memorial essay (photocopy)
65. "Mein religiöses Leben. Aus der Lebenserinnerungen." Periodical issue with essay, Feb. 1967
66. "Political Theory." Reprint, 1968; also original draft of entry for International Encyclopedia of Social Science (1963)
67. "Acceptance as 'Fact' and the Concept of Truth and Logical Reasoning." Text of reprinted chapter from Political Theory, 1969
68. "Gedanken über Brünings Memoiren" (review by Brecht of Heinrich Brüning, Memoiren 1918-1934). Reprint, 1971
69. "Erich Hula: Some Remarks on the Man and His Work." Reprint, Summer 1971
70. "Akademische Freiheit und Politisierung der Hochschulen." Text of lecture written with Hans Staudinger, April 1972; also correspondence
71. "Speech on the Conference in Honor of Professor Adolf Lowe's 80th birthday, March 2, 1973." Photocopy of speech text
72. Draft of untitled speech, Aug. 1973
73. The Legacy of the German Refugee Intellectuals. Ed. Robert Boyers (1972). Review by Brecht, reprint, Dec. 1973
74. "The Monitoring Role of Democracy." Typescript of article for Recasens Festschrift, 1974
75. "On the Presumed Dullness of the Fact-Value Controversy." Typescript (photocopy), 1974
76. "In Memoriam Carl Mayer." Typescript (photocopy), 1974
77. "A Note on Alfred Schuetz." Typescript (photocopy), Mar. 1975; also correspondence, 1974-1975
78. "The Incompatibility of Liberty and Equality." Reprint, 1976
79. "Justice – traditional, transtraditional and absolute." Undated handwritten text (photocopy)
80. "The Latent Place of God in Twentieth Century Political Theory." Mimeographed text, undated


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Series 4: Course and Lecture Notes, Notes and Clippings on Various Lecture Topics, 1935-1963

Box 12
Folder

1-2. "A – J." Handwritten notes.
3. "K – O." Handwritten notes
4. "P – Z." Handwritten notes
5. Bibliographies for courses and seminars
6. Examination questions
7. Miscellaneous lecture notes
8. British Parliament. Notes, clippings
9. Bureaucracy/Bürokratie. Notes
10. "Changes in Democratic Institutions" / "Is Democracy going Fascist?" – lecture notes, July 8, 1938
11. Civil Service. Lecture notes
12. Civil Service and Public Administration. Notes and clippings
13. "Coincidence of Political and Economic Systems." Notes, undated
14. Commerce Clause / Anti-trust / Public Administration. Notes
15. Anti-trust. Notes and clippings
16. Comparative Administration / Government in Economics. Seminar notes, Harvard, 1937
17. Comparative Government. Notes, 1936, 1938
18. Comparative Government. Notes, undated
19. Comparative Government. Notes, 1957-1958
20. Comparative Public Administration of Germany, Great Britain and France. Notes, undated
21. Comparative War Administration. Notes, 1940s
22. Due Process. Notes, undated
23. Due Process, United States. Notes, undated
24. Efficiency and Individual Rights. Notes, undated
25. "Ends of the State: Aufgabe, Zweck, Ziel." Early English lecture notes
26. "Entwurf einer politischen Richtlinie für deutsche Ostpolitik." Notes, 1963
27. "Error, Guild and Falsehood." Notes, ca. 1940
28. Existentialism (Sartre). Notes, clipping, 1960
29. Federalism and Business Regulation. Seminar notes, undated

Box 13
Folder

1. Finances ( New York and U.S.). Notes, clippings.
2. Finances (2). Notes, clippings.
3. Forms of Government. Notes, clippings.
4-5. France. Notes, clippings.
6. "General Will." General Welfare, notes.
7-8. Germany. Notes, undated.
9. Germany. Notes, 1950s.
10. Government. Course notes, ca. 1940.

11. Government in Economics. Course notes, 1937 and undated.
12. Government and Economics, Anarchy. Notes.
13. Great Britain. Notes, clippings.
14. Great Britain, United States and France. Notes.
15. Heidelberg. Lecture notes, 1952 and 1954.
16. History of the United States. Notes, undated.
17. Human Rights (Menschenrechte). Notes.
18. Impossibility/Unmöglichkeit. Notes, Heidelberg, 1959.
19. Incompatibility of Liberty and Equality. Notes, undated.
20. Indians. Notes, undated.
21. Justice. Lecture notes, 1936.
22. Justice. Notes, 1937.
23. "Long-range Planning in Democracy." Lecture and seminar notes, 1936-1937.
24. Majority. Notes, undated.
25. Mathematical notations.
26. "The Meaning of 'Constitution'." Notes, undated.
27. Meaning of Democracy. Notes, undated.
28. Meaning of History. Notes, 1951-1955 and undated.
29. "Missverständnisse: 1) im Ausland über Deutschland 2) in Deutschland über Amerika." Notes, 1954.
30. Municipal Governments, especially Germany. Notes, clippings.
31. Nationalization, Corporations. Notes, clippings.
32. Political Goals. Notes, 1962-1963.

Box 14
Folder

1. Political Machinery in a Democracy. Seminar notes, 1936
2. Political Science and the Sense of Justice. Seminar notes, 1936
3. Political Science. Course notes, 1935-1937
4. Political Science lectures, 1936-1937
5. "The Political Sphere (Science, Choice, Action)." Seminar notes, Oct. 1941
6. Political Theory Today. Notes, Fall 1959
7. Public Administration. Notes, 1937
8. Public Administration. Notes, clippings
9. Public Corportations, U.S. Economic Policy. Notes, clippings
10. "Public Expenditures and Density of Population." Notes, March 1941
11. "Purges 1937-38." Notes.
12. The Racial Problem. Notes
13. Rathenau's 100th birthday (1967)
14. Rival Forms of Government. Notes, undated
15. Russia. Notes, clippings, 1947-1948
16. Science for Democracy. Notes, undated
17. Scientific Political Theory. Lecture notes, 1956-1957
18. Sovereignty, Relation of the Individual to the State, Natural Law, Political Interpretation of History. Notes, 1937
19. Sovereignty. Seminar notes, 1938
20. State, definitions. Notes, 1936-1937
21. State and sovereignty. Notes, undated
22. U.S. Crossroads Behind and Crossroads Ahead. Notes, undated
23. U.S. History and government. Notes, clippings
24. U.S. Treasury. Notes
25. "Value Questions in Current Events." Notes, 1953
26. Vocabulary lists
27. Weltrelativismus. Notes, Heidelberg, 1959
28. Wissenschaft und Politisches Handeln. Notes, Heidelberg, 1955
29. "Woodrow Wilson – Congressional Government." Notes, undated
30. The World's Constitutional History. Introduction, Bibliography. Heidelberg lectures, 1955-1956
31. The World's Constitutional History: Athens, Sparta
32. The World's Constitutional History: Feudalism
33-35. The World's Constitutional History: France
36. The World's Constitutional History: Germany
37. The World's Constitutional History: Great Britain
38. The World's Constitutional History: Great Britain, after 1918
39. The World's Constitutional History: Rome
40. The World's Constitutional History: History of U.S. Constitution. Heidelberg lectures, 1955-1956


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Series 5: Writings by Others, 1939-1974

Box 15
Folder

1. Democracy – student definitions
2. American Committee for Liberation, Inc. "Soviet Attitudes As Reported by Recent Visitors to the USSR." Oct. 1, 1959
3. Appleby, Paul H. "Public Administration in India. Report of a Survey." 1953
4. Ascoli, Max. "To the Members of the Graduate Faculty." Peace Research Project, Dec. 1939
5. Bailey, H. S. Jr. "For Arnold Brecht." Poem, dedicated to Brecht, April 23, 1962
6. Brecht, Gustav. "Die Schicksalsformel unserer Wirtschaft." Clipping, Oct. 14, 1921
7. Clapp, Gordon R. Six lectures on the Tennessee Valley Authority. Feb. 15-16, 1954
8. Corning, Peter A. "The Biological Bases of Behavior and Some Implications for Political Science." Partial text, undated
9. Hula, Erich. "Fifty Years of International Government. Relexions on the League of Nations and the United Nations." Undated
10. Hula, Erich. "Leo Strauss." Oct. 18, 1974
11. Lohmann, Friedrich. "Das Ende des Kapp-Putsches. Eine Erinnerung an Reichspräsident Ebert." Undated
12. Lowe, Adolph. "Conflicting Paradigms in Economics. A Self-Critique." March 1973
13. Luhmann, Niklas. "The Legal Profession: Comments on the Situation in the Federal Republic of Germany." May 1974
14. Luhmann, Niklas. "Rechtsprechung als professionelle Praxis." Dec. 1975
15. Macridis, Roy C. "New Approaches in the Study of European Governments. The Study of Political Consensus." Aug. 1, 1955
16. Mayer, Carl. "The University in Exile." Summer 1939
17. Mayer, Carl. Reprints, clippings by
18. Mayer, Carl. Articles about
19. Schlözer, Leopold von. "Aus der Jugendzeit." Undated
20. Staudinger, Hans. "Kurt Grossmann 1897-1972." June 29, 1972
21. Staudinger, Hans. "Staudinger Comments on Heilbroner." Dec. 12, 1972
22. White, Howard. "[Leo Strauss]." Undated
23. Wilk, Gerard. "University-in-Exile." 1976
Folders 24-31: Papers from the New School for Social Research Fortieth Anniversary Bonn Conference, June 20-21, 1974
24. Baudissin, Wolf Graf von. "Changes in the Meaning of Military and Political Concepts of Peace."
25. Laqueur, Walter. "Lost Illusions: the End of the Post-War World?"
26. Marshall, Charles Burton. "Changing Concepts of Peace: An American Focus."
27. Morgenthau, Hans J. "Science of Peace: A Rationalist Utopia."
28. Picht, George. "Zum Begriff des Friedens."
29. Speier, Hans. "The Chances for Peace."
30. Vidich, Arthur J. "Social Conflict in the Era of Détente: New Roles for Ideologues, Revolutionaries and Youth."
31. Weizsäcker, C. F. von. "Konnen wir für den Frieden planen?"


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Series 6: Collections of Materials on Topics of Interest

Box 15 (continued)
Folder

32. Outbreak of World War I, 1914
33. Russian secret documents, 1918
34. Peace settlements, 1919; Weissbuch. Vorgeschichte des Waffenstillstands – press clippings
35. Statements of the Deutsche Nationalversammlung, 1919
36. World War I
37. Weimar Constitution celebrations, 1921-1928
38. Weimar Republic
39. Battleship (Panzerschiff), 1927
40. Reich budget, 1927
41. Reich budget; Young plan, 1928
42. Reich budget, 1929
43. Reich budget, 1930
44. Reich budget, 1931
45. Reich budget, 1932, including Brecht speech, June 28, 1932
46. The Enabling Act (Ermächtigungsgesetz), March 24, 1933
47. Yalta and Dumbarton Oaks, 1945
48. Bonner Grundgesetz, 1948-1949
49. Death of Joseph Stalin, 1953
50. Columbia University Bicentennial Celebration, Oct. 1954
51. Re-unification of East and West Germany, 1955, 1958
52. European Summit Conference, Paris 1972
53. Clippings on various topics, 1953-1955
54. Miscellaneous clippings and notes
Box 16
Folder

1. American Securities and Bonds
2. Anti-trust laws, monopolies
3. Bibliography (works by others), 1976
4. Churchill and British history, 1930s-1950s
5. Concentration camps
6. Democracy
7. Housing, municipal police and courts. Clippings, notes
8. Intolerance
9. Makaria (Altherrenverband)
10. New School for Social Research. Miscellaneous materials
11. Old constitutions
12. Pabst, Waldemar
13. Public Administration, Civil Service. Clippings, notes
14. Rathenau, Walther
15. Rathenau, Walther. Sketchbooks
16. Reichssiegel – Official Seal of the Third Reich
17. Smaller Countries: Austria – Latin and Central America
18. Smaller Countries: The Netherlands – Yugoslavia
19. State, Civil Service, Welfare Relief
20. U.S. Constitution, Declaration of Independence, Flag, etc
21. U.S. Government tax revenues & expenditures, 1955
22. U.S. Presidency, Cabinet Members
23. War. Clippings, notes
24. Weimar Republic, flag, national anthem
25. Weimar Republic


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