M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives

GERMAN AND JEWISH INTELLECTUAL ÉMIGRÉ COLLECTION

Finding Aid for the
WALTER MARIA KOTSCHNIG
PAPERS, 1923-1984

(GER-053)

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June 2005



 
 
 
 
 
 

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Biographical Sketch

Chronology of Events

Scope and Content Note

Series Description

Box and Folder List:


Walter Maria Kotschnig Papers
Biographical Sketch

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Walter Maria Kotschnig was born in Judenburg, Austria on April 9, 1901. He attended elementary school (Volksschule) in his hometown of Judenburg and continued his secondary school studies (Realgymnasium) in Graz, Austria, where he headed one of the first student governments organized in Austria. Kotschnig continued his university studies at the University of Graz, moving to the University of Kiel in 1922 where he received his Ph.D. in political science in 1924. In the same year, he married Elined Prys, a psychological consultant from Talgarth, Wales.

In 1925 Kotschnig joined the International Student Service in Geneva, Switzerland, a commitment which lasted nearly twenty years. During the following year, Kotschnig spent three months touring the United States speaking on behalf of the International Student Service. The next year (1927) he became General Secretary of the organization, a position he maintained until 1934, when he became involved with activities of the League of Nations, serving as Director of the High Commission for Refugees from Germany from 1934 to1935.

Because of his outspoken criticisms of Hitler and National Socialism, Kotschnig realized he could not remain in Austria with his family, and in 1936 he immigrated to the United States with his wife and three children. He secured a position as Professor of Comparative Education at Smith and Mt. Holyoke Colleges in Massachusetts, which he held from 1937 to 1944, but still continued to lecture throughout the country on educational topics, with special emphasis on education in Nazi Germany, as well as on the dangers of National Socialism. During this time, Kotschnig also remained active in the International Student Service and its eventual successor, the World Student Service.

In 1944, Kotschnig began his diplomatic career with his appointment to U.S. government service as a specialist on international organization. In this capacity, he attended the Dumbarton Oaks Conferences in Washington, D.C. (1944) and in San Francisco (1945) in preparation for the establishment of the United Nations, as well as preparatory conferences for the formation of the United Nations Economic and Social Council. Over the next three decades, Kotschnig served as Director of the Office of International Economic and Social Affairs (1949-1961), Special Advisor in the Bureau of International Organization Affairs (1962-1965), and as Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for International Organizations (1965-1971). In his capacity of Deputy U.S. Representative on the Economic and Social Council for over twenty-five years, Kotschnig attended 45 out of 49 sessions of the U.N. Economic and Social Council before his retirement in 1971.

In addition to his speaking engagements, Kotschnig also published numerous articles in journals and books. His book publications include: The University in a Changing World (with his wife, 1932); Unemployment in the Learned Professions (1937); and Slaves Need No Leaders (1943). Walter Maria Kotschnig died in Newtown, Pennsylvania on June 23, 1985.


Walter Maria Kotschnig Papers
Chronology of Events

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Apr. 9, 1901 Born in Judenburg, Austria, son of Ignaz and Therese Huber Kotschnig.
1907-1912 Attended elementary school (Volksschule).
1912-1919 Attended secondary school (Realgymnasium) in Graz, Austria
1918-1919 Headed one of the first student governments established in Austria.
1919 Graduated from the Realgymnasium in Graz.
1920-1924 Studied first at the University of Graz, then (1922) the University of Kiel in Germany.
1924 Graduated from the University of Kiel with a Ph.D. in political science.
Dec. 10, 1924 Married Elined Prys of Talgarth, Wales, a psychological consultant.
1924-1925 Served as a first assistant at the Institute of World Economics in Kiel.
1925 Joined the staff of the International Student Service in Geneva.
1926 Three-month lecture tour in the United States.
Awarded St. Sava Order of Yugoslavia.
1927-1934 General Secretary of the International Student Service.
1929 Awarded the Officers Cross, Civil Service Order of Bulgaria.
1932 Edited with his wife, The University in a Changing World; A Symposium.
1934-1935 Worked in London and Geneva on the staff of the League of Nations as Director of the High Commission for Refugees from Germany, dealing with resettlement problems.
1936 Moved to the United States with his wife and three children.
Jan.-Feb. 1936 Series of lectures before the Des Moines Public Education Forums.
1937 Publication of Unemployment in the Learned Professions; an International Study of Occupational and Educational Planning.
1937-1944 Taught at Smith and Mt. Holyoke Colleges in Massachusetts as a Professor of Comparative Education.
1942 Became an American citizen.
1943 Publication of Slaves Need No Leaders.
1944 Entered United States Government service as a specialist on international organization.
1944-1945 Took part in preparations for the establishment of the United Nations at the Dumbarton Oaks Conferences in Washington (1944) and San Francisco (1945); represented the United States at sessions of the International Labor Organization in Paris (1945).
1945-1947 Became acting chief of the Division of International Organizational Affairs of the State Department in 1945, chief in 1947.
1945 Attended the first preparatory conference for the United Nations Economic and Social Conference in London.
Received honorary LLD degree from Rockford College, Illinois.
1946-1947 Served as Acting Executive Secretary to the Preparatory Commission of UNESCO in London (1946); attended UNESCO General Conference meetings in Paris (1946) and Mexico City (1947).
1946-1952 Served as a Trustee of the International Institute of Education.
1946 Became Associate executive secretary and consultant of the U.N. Sub-commission of Economic Reconstruction of Devastated Areas, investigating the extent of war damages in Czechoslovakia and in Poland.
1949 Represented the United States at sessions of the International Labor Organization in Geneva, as well as two meetings of the Governing Body of the ILO.
1949-1961 Director of the Office of International Economic and Social Affairs.
1950 Attended the U.N. conference on Technical Assistance in New York; was advisor to the United States delegation to the U.N. General Assembly.
1957 Took active part in the creation of the U.N. Technical Assistance Program.
1962-1965 Special Advisor in the Bureau of International Organization and Affairs.
1962 Awarded the personal rank of Minister by President John F. Kennedy.
1965-1971 Served as Deputy Assistant Secretary of State.
July 1971 Shortly before his retirement, received a personal tribute at the 49th session of the Economic and Social Council, after having attended 45 of the 49 sessions of ECOSOC.
1971 Retirement from public service.
June 23, 1985 Died in Newtown, Pennsylvania.

Walter Maria Kotschnig Papers
Scope and Content Note

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The Walter Maria Kotschnig Papers, 1923-1984, focus on two major aspects of Kotschnig's life, his early career with the International Student Service, 1936-1944, and his diplomatic career with the United States Department of State and the United Nations, 1945-1971, in particular his representation on the United Nations Economic and Social Council.

The collection is divided into ten series: 1) Biographical and document files, 1927-1974; 2) Correspondence, 1932-1977; 3) Organizations; 4) Manuscripts of speeches and lectures delivered by Kotschnig, 1933-1976; 5) Typescripts of books and articles authored by Kotschnig; 6) Typescripts and manuscripts by other authors; 7) Publications of Walter M. Kotschnig, 1923-1971; 8) Photographs, circa 1920-1972; 9) Subject files, 1939-1972; and 10) Pamphlets, 1922-1978. The correspondence, which consists of circa 10,910 items of correspondence, is arranged in four sub-series: correspondence with individuals connected with the International Student Service and related organizations; general correspondence files; correspondence concerning speaking engagements; and Kotschnig's correspondence dating from his years of service with the U.S. Department of State and the United Nations. The materials are primarily in English and German.

The materials in the collection from Kotschnig's years of service with the International Student Service are extensive and include correspondence, manuscripts, publications and minutes of meetings. In addition, Kotschnig's speeches and lectures, which also date predominantly from the years 1936-1944, deal with educational issues as well as with anti-Hitler and anti-National Socialism topics.

Kotschnig's later diplomatic career, both with the U.S. Department of State and the United Nations Economic and Social Council, 1945-1971, is also represented in the collection. The collection contains primarily de-classified items and personal correspondence during these years, however, a collection of over 1000 photographs in the collection document Kotschnig's diplomatic career. Included are photographs of Kotschnig with other dignitaries and heads of state at sessions of the U.N. Economic and Social Council, as well as meetings of the UN Commission to Study War Devastated Areas, 1944-1946, the Economic Commission for Asia and the Far East (ECAFE) and the Economic Commission for Africa (ECA), 1956-1965.


Walter Maria Kotschnig Papers
Series Description

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Series 1: Biographical and Document Files, 1927-1974. 44 file folders, arranged chronologically.

This series contains both biographical and autobiographical materials, as well as documents pertaining to Kotschnig's early involvement with the International Student Service (I. S. S.), as well as his later diplomatic career with the U. S. Department of State and the United Nations. In addition to copies of Kotschnig's unpublished autobiography, entitled "The Quest for Survival," the series also contains a four-part chronology of Kotschnig's life, 1901-1956, prepared by his father, Ignaz Kotschnig. The collection also contains numerous clippings, 1927-1972, which document Kotschnig's activities, including his lectures and reviews of his books.

Series 2: Correspondence, 1927-1984. 1402 folders, divided into four sub-series.

The correspondence files contain circa 10,910 items of correspondence, arranged in four sub-series: correspondence with individuals connected with the International Student Service and related organizations; general correspondence files; correspondence concerning lecture engagements; Kotschnig's correspondence dating from his years of service with the U.S. Department of State and the United Nations.

Sub-series 1: Correspondence with individuals connected with the International Student Service (I.S.S.), the Work Camps for America of the I.S.S., the European Student Relief Fund, the World Student Service and the World Student Service Fund, 1932-1971 (bulk dates 1936-1943). 142 folders, arranged alphabetically.

This series of correspondence dates predominately from the years 1936-1943 and contains approximately 2345 items of correspondence, consisting of letters to Kotschnig, carbons of many of his own letters, as well as third party letters which were sent to him. The correspondence documents the history of the International Student Service in the United States, its connection to the European Student Relief Fund, and its subsequent evolution into the World Student Service and the World Student Service Fund. The most substantial correspondent is Alfred E. Cohn (212 items), but the collection also includes correspondence with many of the individuals involved with these organizations: Edward Bradby, Margaret J. Brown, Joseph Cadden, André de Blonay, Clyde Eagleton, Roland A. Elliott, William G. Fletcher, Kenneth Holland, Ruth Hubbard, Alvin S. Johnson, Robert E. Lane, Joseph P. Lash, Charlotte Löhrig, Robert C. Mackie, Louise Morley, William Allan Neilson, Michael Pobers (Pobereszki), Harper W. Poulsen, Eliot D. Pratt, Trude W. Pratt, Wilmina Rowland, Max H. Schneebeli, Robert G. Spivack, Anne Wiggin and Arnold Wolfers.

Sub-series 2: General correspondence, individuals, organizations, 1932-1975 (bulk dates 1936-1943). 647 folders, arranged alphabetically.

This series contains correspondence (circa 4500 items) with family members, correspondence dealing with the Kotschnig family's immigration and naturalization process, employment, correspondence with colleagues, universities and organizations concerning general educational issues and educational reconstruction in post-war Germany, as well as correspondence concerning Kotschnig's publications. Noteworthy among the correspondents in this series are: Werner Bohnstedt, William G. Carr (Educational Policies Commission), Edna V. Cowell (World Federation of Education Associations), Betty Drury and Stephen Duggan (Emergency Committee in Aid of Displaced Foreign Scholars), Rudolf Heberle, Henry W. Holmes, I. L. Kandel and Paul Monroe (World Federation of Education Associations; co-editors with Kotschnig of World Education), Grayson Kefauver (Liason Committee for International Education), Edward R. Murrow, James W. Parkes, Charles E. Payne, Reinhold Schairer (U.S. Committee on Educational Reconstruction), James T. Shotwell (Carnegie Endowment for International Peace), Ann C. Stewart, Stuart M. Stoke, John W. Studebaker, Frances A. Thomas (Commission to Study the Organization of Peace), Robert Ulich, Seth Wakeman, Harold Weston (Food for Freedom, Inc.), Howard E. Wilson, and George F. Zook (American Council on Education).

Sub-series 3: Correspondence concerning speaking engagements, 1933-1946, 1954-1956. 28 folders, arranged chronologically.

This series contains Kotschnig's correspondence (circa 1745 items) with organizations and institutions concerning arrangements for his lecture engagements, predominately dating from the years 1937-1944.

Sub-series 4: Correspondence of Walter M. Kotschnig during his years with the Department of State and the United Nations, 1937-1977 (bulk dates 1948-1972). 585 folders, arranged alphabetically.

Most of Kotschnig's correspondence from his years with the U.S. Department of State and the United Nations Economic and Social Council remained with the Department of State. This series contains personal or unclassified correspondence from these years (circa 2320 items), including correspondence with: Ragnar Arnesen (UN Fund for Drug Abuse Control), Senator William Benton, George Bush, James Frederick Green, Elizabeth (Brad) Heffelfinger, Charles A. Judd (League of Nations Union), Vladimir Kuševic, Durward V. Sandifer, Carl W. A. Schurmann, Gilbert E. Yates, as well as correspondence concerning ECAFE (Economic Council for Asia and the Far East) and UNIDO (United Nations International Symposium on Industrial Development).

Series 3: Organizations. 67 folders, arranged alphabetically.

The organizational files contain a wealth of material concerning various organizations in which Kotschnig participated or was peripherally involved. The bulk of the materials deal with the International Student Service and related organizations and includes minutes of meetings, agenda, financial reports, newsletters and published materials.

Series 4: Manuscripts of speeches and lectures delivered by Walter M. Kotschnig, 1933-1976 and undated. 191 folders, arranged chronologically.

This series dates predominately from the years 1933-1944, the years when Kotschnig was both on the faculties of Smith and Mt. Holyoke Colleges and also lecturing throughout the country. The lectures are mainly in the form of handwritten notes, with very few actual typewritten texts. Also in this series are course lecture notes from Kotschnig's courses at Smith, Mt. Holyoke and Harvard-Boston University Extension School, 1937-1944.

Series 5: Typescripts of books and articles authored by Walter M. Kotschnig, 1927-1977. 147 folders, arranged chronologically.

This series contains typescripts of chapters of Kotschnig's Unemployment in the Learned Professions, his chapter contributions to the Brookings Institution study published under the title The United Nations and Promotion of the General Welfare, as well as typescripts of early articles in German, typescripts in English of numerous articles, speeches written for others (Secretary of State, Edward R. Stettinius, Jr.), and speeches delivered at official Department of State and United Nations functions (including speeches before the United Nations Economic and Social Council, UNESCO, The Economic Commission for Africa and the Far East, ECAFE, and The Economic Commission for Africa, ECA, sessions).

Series 6: Typescripts and manuscripts by other authors. 48 folders, arranged alphabetically.

This series contains typescripts of statements, speeches and essays by such individuals as André de Blonay, Alfred E. Cohn, Alvin Johnson, Harper Poulson, Elfan Rees, George N. Shuster as well as others connected with the International Student Service, United Nations organizations and Department of State.

Series 7: Publications of Walter M. Kotschnig, 1923-1971. 86 folders, arranged chronologically.

The publications of Walter M. Kotschnig range from book-length publications to articles in journals and newspapers.

Series 8: Photographs, circa 1920-1972, bulk dates 1944-1972. Over 1000 photographs, arranged chronologically.

The photograph collection, with the exception of a number of professional portrait photographs of Kotschnig, dates predominately from the years 1944-1972 and contains numerous photographs of official United Nations gatherings and especially sessions of the United Nations Economic and Social Council. Included in the collection are approximately 385 informal snapshots, many with U.N. colleagues and dignitaries. Many of the photographs were identified by Kotschnig on the verso of the photo.

Series 9: Subject files, 1945-1972. 81 folders.

The subject files contain general materials pertaining to the United Nations, as well as specific materials pertaining to sessions of the Economic and Social Council, and the United Nations Commission on Narcotic Drugs.

Series 10: Pamphlets, 1922-1978. 136 items.

The pamphlets in the series focus on topics such as narcotics, the United Nations and educational issues. Thirty pamphlets cover topics relating to the International Student Service, including annual reports and conference publications.


Walter Maria Kotschnig Papers
Box and Folder List

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Series 1: Biographical and Document Files, 1927-1974

Box 1
Folder

1. Kotschnig, Ignaz. "Walter. 1901 bis 21. Maerz 1938." With the note, "Meinem Sohne zum 38. Geburtstage am 9. April 1938." Typescript.
2. Kotschnig, Ignaz. "Walter. 15 Mai 1938 bis 30. Juni 1952." Typescript. Cc.
3. Kotschnig, Ignaz. "Walter. 1. Juli 1952 bis 31. Dezember 1954." Typescript. Cc.
4. Kotschnig, Ignaz. "Fortsetzung. 1.1.1955 bis 31.12. 1956." Typescript.
5. Kotschnig, Ignaz. "Abschriften von Briefen Walters." 1920-1921.
6. Kotschnig, Walter M. "Quest for Survival: Personal Reflections." Dated Feburary 1978, with the notation "First Draft".
7. Kotschnig, Walter M. "Quest for Survival: Personal Reflections." Dated Annex - May 1978, with the notation "First Draft."
8. Kotschnig, Walter M. "The Quest for Survival: The McCarthy Era." Manuscript.
9. Kotschnig, Walter M. "Quest for Survival." Notes, background materials.
10. Early publications: Maturazeitung. Realgymnasium in Graz. Edited by Kotschnig. 1920; "Wszechswiatowy Zwiazek Akademików a kwestja zydowska." May 1928.
11. Certificates, 1927, 1931.
12. High Commission for Refugees (Jewish and Other) Coming From Germany. Correspondence and documents concerning Kotschnig's tenure with the Commission, 1934-1935.
13. Address book, undated.
14. Memberships, 1930-1944, 1972.
15. Selective service documents, 1942.
16. Fuel rationing documents, 1943.
17. Honorary degree, Rockford College, June 5, 1944.
18. Department of State documents, 1945-1952.
19. Contract, United Nations, 1946.
20. "Notes on Contributions," 1940-1952.
21. "Memorandum made by National Commander George N. Craig of the American Legion regarding the 'Competence' of Walter M. Kotschnig in a speech made on May 16, 1950, before the Silver Anniversary Banquet of the Chicago Accident & Health Assoc. at Hotel La Salle, Chicago, Illinois." Dated June 19, 1950.
22. "Investigative Interview. In the Matter of: Walter Kotschnig." Dept. of State, Office of Security, April 13, 1953.
23. "Background Information on Mr. Walter M. Kotschnig." Dated Apr. 18, 1953.
24. Kotschnig's defense against "derogatory" allegations concerning his activities with the I.S.S., 1953. Includes supporting documents from 1939-1944, correspondence.
25. Invitations to official events.
26. Inaugural invitation, 1965.
27. Passports, Austrian and U.S.
28. Curriculum vitae.
29. "Annotated Bibliography."
30. United Nations contracts, 1971-1972.
31. U.N. Administrative expenses. Records, 1971-1973.
32. Records of payments, honoraria received, 1971-1972.
33. U.N. travel vouchers, receipts, etc., 1970-1973.
34. Retirement letters, listing.
35. Golden wedding anniversary, Dec. 10, 1974.
36. Clippings, 1930s.
37. Unemployment in the Learned Professions. Reviews, 1937.
38. Clippings, 1940s.
39. Slaves Need No Leaders. Reviews, 1943.
40. Clippings, 1950s.
41. Clippings, 1950s.
42. The United Nations and Economic and Social Cooperation. Reviews, 1957.
43. Clippings, 1960s.
44. Clippings, 1970s.


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Box and Folder List

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Series 2: Correspondence, 1927-1984
Sub-series 1: Correspondence with individuals connected with the International Student Service (I.S.S.), the Work Camps for America of the I.S.S., the European Student Relief Fund, the World Student Service and the World Student Service Fund, 1932-1971 (bulk dates 1936-1943)

Box 2
Folder

1. Baerwald, Paul, 1939. (2)
2. Bagby, Philip, 1939. (1)
3. Beatty, Grace Hoover (International Student Committee), 1937-1940. (15)
4. Bilheimer, Robert S., 1940-1942. (19)
5. Black, Algernon D., 1941-1943, 1951. (13)
6. Boggio, Rachel, 1940. (2)
7. Bogoslovsky, Boris B., 1942-1943. (5)
8. Bradby, Edward, 1937-1938. (52)
9. Bradby, Edward, 1939-1940. (23)
10. Brown, Dale D., 1942. (1)
11. Brown, Margaret (Margot) J., 1941-1942. (25)
12. Cadden, Joseph, 1936-1941. (23)
13. Champney, Mary, 1942. (2)
14. Cohn, Alfred E., 1936-1940. (50)
15. Cohn, Alfred E., 1941. (35)
16. Cohn, Alfred E., 1942. (50)
17. Cohn, Alfred E., 1943. (60)
18. Cohn, Alfred E., 1944-1946. (17)
19. Coleman, A. John, 1942. (2)
20. Conner, Frances R., 1941-1943. (4)
21. Coon, Hildur, 1942-1943. (2)
22. Crandall, Ella Phillips, 1932-1938. (5)
23. Currier, Raymond, 1940. (1)
24. Datta, Rena, 1936-1969. (19)
* Day, Jane see Mook, Jane
25. de Blonay, André (Yngve Frykholm), 1939-1950. (61)
26. de Laban, Juana, 1942-1943. (4)
27. Deeny, Catherine (Kay) A., 1940. (17)
28. Dickstein, Leopold, 1943. (1)
29. Donick, Emily, 1940-1941. (2)
30. Eagleton, Clyde (Commission to Study the Organization of Peace), 1939-1943. (58)
31. Einstein, Albert, 1943. (2)
32. Elliott, A. Roland (National Council of Student Christian Associations; World Student Relief), 1940-1944. (81)
33. Espy, R. H. Edwin, 1940-1944. (8)
34. Feldmann, Alexandra (Sandra), 1943-1944. (6)
35. Fisher, Edgar J. (Institute of International Education), 1938-1943. (18)
36. Fletcher, William G., 1938-1942. (50)
37. Foerster, Friedrich Wilhelm, 1934, 1942. (6)
38. Fox, Evelyn (Mrs. Charles Beresford), 1936-1966. (5)
39. Frame, Rosamond, 1938. (1)
40. French, Eleanor, 1941. (1)
41. Gideonse, Harry D., 1939-1945. (3)
42. Grant, Maude, 1943. (2)
43. Griffith, Helen, 1941. (1)
44. Gross, Alice C., 1939. (1)
45. Herman, Henry B., 1942-1943. (4)
46. Hewes, Amy, 1940-1941. (4)
47. Holland, Kenneth & Mary (American Youth Commission of the American Council on Education; Institute of International Education, 1938-1952. (44)
48. Hoor, Ernest, 1941. (1)
* Hoover, Grace E., see Beatty, Grace Hoover
49. Hubbard, Ruth (Institute of International Education), 1937-1949. (36)
50. Hutchins, William J., 1940. (2)
51. Johnson, Alvin S. (The New School for Social Research), 1940-1943. (22)
52. Kitchen, William (The Student Christian Movement in New England), 1940-1949. (15)
53. Korsch, Barbara, 1941. (2)
54. Kraus, Hertha (Refugee Section of the American Friends Service Committee), 1939-1943. (12)
55. Kridl, M., 1941. (1)
56. Kruger, Joseph, 1938-1940. (4)
57. Ladd, Edward T., 1942-1944. (7)
58. Lane, Joseph, 1940. (1)
59. Lane, Robert E. (Intercollegiate Committee to Aid Student Refugees, Work Camps for America of International Student Service), 1940-1941. (24)
60. Laprade, W. T., 1939. (1)
61. Lash, Joseph P., 1938-1942, 1970. (79)
62. Lee, Josephine, 1940-1942. (26)
63. Lenel, Rosemarie, 1939. (2)
64. Levy, Adele Rosenwald, 1943. (1)
65. Li, K.Z. (National Student Relief Committee), 1941. (2)
66. Limbert, Paul M., 1939. (1)
67. Littauer, Lucius N., 1940. (1)
68. Lobenstine, Susan, 1941. (1)
69. Löhrig, Charlotte (Lo), 1936-1974. (26)
70. Lovett, A. Sidney, 1941-1943. (7)
71. Lowe, Rachel, 1941. (1)
72. MacCracken, Henry Noble, 1938. (1)
73. Mackie, Robert C. (World's Student Christian Association), 1940-1944. (64)
74. Mantoux, Etienne, 1942. (7)
75. Maufe, Gareth, 1933-1939. (14)
76. McNary, Jean, 1939-1940. (2)
77. McNees, Rebecca, 1942. (2)
78. Melby, Everett K., 1940-1942. (12)
79. Miller, Francis P., 1935. (2)
80. Mook, Jane Day (Parker), 1937-1943. (10)
81. Moriarta, Hannah (Committee for Refugee Education, Inc.), 1941-1942. (8)
82. Morley, Louise, 1940-1942. (38)
83. Morton, Helen, 1937-1942. (11)
84. Murray, Irene (United States Student Assembly), 1943. (4)
85. Murray, Sybil, 1940. (2)
86. Neilson, William Allan (Smith College), 1936-1943. (28)
Neilson, Elisabeth, 1948-1952. (11)
87. Nelson, Claud, 1941. (9)
88. New York Foundation (William F. Fuerst), 1939. (2)
89. Niebuhr, Reinhold (European Student Service Fund), 1940. (8)
Niebuhr, Muriel, 1940-1941. (2)
90. Northwood, Arthur Jr. (National Student Federation), 1936. (2)
91. Owen, Monica, 1942-1943. (6)
* Parker, Jane Day see Mook, Jane
92. Peirce, Robert, 1942. (1)
93. Pickett, Clarence E. (American Friends Service Committee), 1938-1943. (14).
94. Pobers (Pobereszki), Michel, 1940-1953. (54)
Pobers, Tatiana.
95. Poulson, Harper W., 1939-1940. (39)
96. Pratt, Eliot D., 1936-1949, 1952. (44)
97. Pratt, Trude W., 1937-1944. (80)
98. Robertson, Elizabeth (The National Student Federation of the United States of America), 1942-1943. (2)
99. Robinson, Leland Rex (American Committee for Christian Refugees, Inc.), 1939-1946. (20)
100. The Rockefeller Foundation (Raymond Fosdick, Sydnor H. Walker, Tracy B. Kittredge), 1939-1941. (20)
101. Roosevelt, Eleanor, 1942, 1949-1952. (1 signed; 11 additional)
102. Rosenwald, William (Rosenwald Family Association), 1940-1941. (10)
103. Ross, Irwin (Threshold; New Threshold), 1940-1943. (28)
104. Rowland, Wilmina (Billie; World Student Service Fund), 1940-1941. (11)
105. Rowland, Wilmina, 1942. (60)
106. Rowland, Wilmina, 1943. (72)
107. Rowland, Wilmina, 1944. (7)
108. Schaeffer, Marlies, 1939. (2)
109. Schmoker, J. Benjamin, 1942-1943. (4)
110. Schneebeli, Max H., 1934-1952. (27)
111. Schnitzer, Ewald, 1943. (2)
112. Schrager, Victoria, 1940-1941. (21)
113. Schweinburg, Maria J., 1941. (1)
114. Schwieso, Charles (Chuck) Jr., 1937-1939. (5)
115. Shankland, Katharine (Kay), 1942. (5)
116. Shapiro, Clara, 1940-1944. (8)
117. Shroyer, Ann, 1940. (6)
118. Shuster, George N., 1942, 1949. (2)
119. Sommerich, Jane, 1939. (6)
120. Spivack, Robert G., 1937. (25)
121. Spivack, Robert G., 1938. (37)
122. Spivack, Robert G., 1939. (52)
123. Spivack, Robert G. (Commission to Study the Organization of Peace), 1940. (32)
124. Squire, Frank D, 1939-1941. (4)
125. Strayer, Maude-Louise, 1940-1941. (11)
126. Stuerm, Ruža Lukavská (American Friends of Czecho-Slovakia; Masaryk Institute), 1942-1943. (24)
Stuerm, Francis H.
127. Tambussi, Ella, 1940. (2)
128. Thomas, Jean, 1937-1946. (6)
129. Thomas, Wilbur, 1936, 1940. (2)
130. Tucker, Luther (National Council of Student Christian Associations), 1937-1943. (9)
131. United Student Peace Committee, 1940. (1)
132. Van Dusen, Henry P. (Far Eastern Student Emergency Fund), 1937-1943. (8)
133. Waine, Edith, 1940. (4)
134. Warburg, Ingrid, 1939-1941. (21)
135. Wieting, C. Maurice, 1942-1943. (2)
136. Wiggin, Anne (The American Committee for Christian Refugees), 1936-1942. (58)
137. Wiggin, Anne, 1943. (53)
138. Wiggin, Anne, 1944-1951. (17)
139. Wolfers, Arnold, 1937-1950. (54)
140. Woodall, Bertha, 1938. (2)
141. Yard, Molly (Far Eastern Student Service Fund), 1938-1942. (17)
142. Yarmolinsky, Adam (Student League of America), 1941-1942. (5)


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Series 2: Correspondence, 1927-1984
Sub-series 2: General correspondence, individuals, organizations, 1932-1975 (bulk dates 1936-1943)

Box 3
Folder

Correspondence with or concerning family members, folders 1-6:
1. Kotschnig, Christopher (son), 1942-1945. (14)
2. Kotschnig, Elined (wife), 1939, 1943. (2)
3. Kotschnig, Enid (daughter), 1939-1941, 1975. (8)
4. Kotschnig, Ignaz (father), 1942. (8)
5. Kotschnig, Therese (mother), 1939-1941. (32)
6. Priest, John Kotschnig (son), 1939, 1946-1970. (11)

General correspondence, individuals, organizations:
7. Adamic, Louis, 1942. (3)
8. Adams, G. W., 1941. (2)
9. Adams, Walter, 1937-1943. (20)
10. Adler, (Frederick Charles), 1938-1942, 1951. (14)
Adler, Hannah.
11. Adult Education (Morse H. Cartwright), 1940. (1)
12. Alfred, Helen, 1942. (2)
13. Altschul, Frank, 1941. (2)
14. Amann, Paul, 1943. (2)
15. American Association of University Professions. Bulletin (Ralph L. Dewey), 1938. (5)
16. American Committee for Christian German Refugees, 1937-1939. (7)
17. American Friends of German Freedom (Anna Caples), 1941. (1)
18. American Friends Service Committee, 1940-1943. (8)
19. The American Russian Institute (Harriett Moore), 1937-1942. (6)
20. American Sociological Review (Joseph K. Folsom), 1938, 1943. (3)
21. The American Teacher (George T. Guernsey), 1943. (2)
22. American Youth Commission of the American Council on Education (Winthrop M. Southworth, Jr.), 1940. (4)
23. Anker, Charlotte, 1943. (5)
24. Armstrong, Mrs. Sinclair Howard, 1941. (1)
25. Arndt, C. O. (U.S. Office of Education), 1943. (4)
26. Arrowsmith, Mary Noel, 1943. (2)
27. The Aryan Path, 1937-1938. (5)
28. Atkinson, Carola, 1942. (3)
29. The Atlantic Monthly, 1939. (3)
30. Aufricht, Hans (Commission to Study the Organization of Peace), 1943. (6)
31. Austrian Action, Inc. / Free Austrian Movement (Gregor Sebba, Gertrud Redlich), 1941. (5)
32. The Austrian National Committee, 1942. (4)
33. Austro-American Committee (Joe Maier), 1942. (3)
34. Austro American Tribune. Anti-Nazi Monthly, 1944. (2)
35. Baerwald, Paul, 1939-1941. (5)
36. Bagley, William C. (School and Society), 1940-1942. (8)
37. Bailey, David Algar, 1943. (2)
38. Bailey, Robeson, 1942-1957. (6)
39. Baily, Harold James, 1942. (3)
40. Baker, Florence M., 1941 (2)
41. Baker, Lucille, 1942, 1952. (3)
42. Baker, Mary D., 1937-1941. (19)
43. Bakkum, Glenn A., 1943. (2)
44. Balduf, Emery, 1940. (3)
45. Balling, Franz X.C., 1940-1941. (4)
46. Ballou, Richard Boyd, 1939-1951. (17)
Ballou, Elizabeth.
47. Basch, Claire S., 1942. (2)
48. Basedow, Frederic, 1940. (2)
49. Bassett, Jeanne, 1941. (4)
50. Bauer, Franz, 1939-1942. (4)
51. Beck, F., 1932. (1)
52. Behrendt, Richard, 1940. (2)
53. Belaunde, Victor Andres, 1940. (1)
54. Belches, Katharine, 1938-1941. (5)
55. Belgian Information Center, 1942. (3)
56. Bentwich, Norman (Council for German Jewry), 1937-1941. (8)
57. Berggren, Kerstin, 1940-1941. (3)
58. Bergstraesser, Arnold, 1937-1938. (2)
59. Berlowitz, Kurt B., 1936. (2)
60. Bigelow, Karl, 1939. (1)
61. Bingham, Alfred (Common Sense), 1940. (2)
62. Biographical Dictionary of Leaders in Education, 1939. (1)
63. Blagden, Ralph M. (St. Louis Star-Times), 1943. (2)
64. Blanchard, Leslie, 1939-1943. (11)
65. Bloch, Naomi, 1941. (2)
66. Boas, A., 1943. (2)
67. Bohnstedt, Werner, 1935-1957. (44)
68. Bomberger, Marjorie, 1939. (1)
69. Bonnet, Henri (International Institute of Intellectual Cooperation), 1934-1940. (8)
70. Borgese, Giuseppi Antonio, 1937. (1)
71. Bosshardt, Hans, 1939. (2)
72. The Boston Committee for Christian German Refugees, 1939-1941. (3)
73. Boston University, 1938-1939. (6)
74. Bowman, Isaiah, 1945. (2)
75. Bradley, Philip, 1937. (2)
76. Braisted, Paul J. (The Edward W. Hazen Foundation, Inc.), 1942-1944. (16)
77. Braunstein, Baruch, 1940. (2)
78. Brinn, Lawrence E., 1937, 1939. (2)
79. Brinton, Howard, 1943. (1)
Brinton, Anna.
80. British Information Services / British Library of Information (NY), 1942-1943. (16)
81. Brooks, Kenneth G., 1942. (4)
82. Brooks, Murray, 1938. (2)
83. Brown, Esther Lucile, 1937-1938. (2)
84. Brown, Francis J. (The Annals), 1939. (1)
85. Brown, W. Sterry, 1942-1943. (3)
86. Browne, Roland A. (Dictionary of Education), 1941. (6)
87. Brownell, W. A., 1938. (2)
88. Brozek, J., 1943. (2)
89. Bryant, Louise G., 1940. (2)
90. Bryson, Gladys, 1939-1940. (4)
91. Buerki, Robin C., 1938. (2)
92. Buhler, Charlotte, 1945. (3)
93. Bush, Merrill E., 1940-1941. (2)
94. Butts, Marie, 1937-1944. (5)
95. Cabot, Charles C., 1940-1941. (7)
96. Cagle, E. M., 1942. (2)
97. Caldwell, Otis W., 1938. (3)
98. Campbell, Fay, 1939. (2)
99. Cantril, Hadley, 1943. (2)
100. Carlson, Janet, 1940. (1)
101. Carman, Harry J., 1944-1951. (3)
102. Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (Henry S. Haskell, Amy Heminway Jones, Malcolm W. Davis), 1939-1943. (32)
103. Carr, William G. (The Educational Policies Commission), 1937-1944. (21)
104. Carr-Saunders, A. M., 1936. (3)
105. Carswell, Marion, 1943. (1)
106. Carter, Phyllis, 1940. (2)
107. Cartwright, Morse A. (American Association for Adult Education; Journal of Adult Education), 1942. (5)
108. Cary, Mary G., 1940. (4)
109. Cavert, Samuel McCrea, 1938. (2)
110. Chaddon, Mary Helen, 1937-1938. (6)
111. Chalmers, A. Burns, 1939-1941. (7)
112. Chambers, M. M. (American Youth Commission), 1939. (10)
113. Cheek, Mary Ashby, 1938-1949. (13)
114. Cheney, Winifred, 1937. (2)
115. Cherrington, Ben M., 1938-1944. (15)
116. Childhood Education, 1940, 1944. (3)
117. Churchill, Frank Spooner, 1943. (10)
118. Clapp, Grace L., 1941. (2)
119. Clark, Edward T. ("The International Petition"), 1943. (2)
120. Clark, Elizabeth Pearson (Betty), 1940-1943. (8)
121. Clark, William R., 1939. (3)
122. Clason, Charles, 1943. (1)
123. Clayton, Mara D., 1944. (3)
124. Clifton, L. L., 1943. (3)
125. Cockrell, Ewing, 1943. (4)
126. Cohen, Gustave, 1942. (1)
127. Cohen, Joseph W., 1943. (1)
128. Collinson, Noyes, 1940. (1)
129. Colm, Gerhard, 1938. (2)
130. Commission to Study the Organization of Peace (Beryl Harold Levy), 1940-1944, 1976. (19)
131. Common Ground (Margaret Anderson), 1942. (2)
132. Conant, James B., 1940. (2)
133. Condon, Mrs. Edward U., 1940. (2)
134. Cook, Melvin J., 1943. (2)
135. Council Against Intolerance in America, 1940. (1)
136. Council for Democracy (A. R. Allen, Ernest Angell), 1942-1943. (4)
137. Cowell, Edna V. (World Federation of Education Associations), 1938-1941. (41)
138. Coxe, W. W. (Journal of Educational Sociology), 1939-1942. (11)
139. Cramer, Frederick (Fritz) H., 1938-1941. (6)
140. Curry, Peggy, 1943. (2)
141. Curti, Merle, 1941. (5)
142. Curtis, Janet, 1941. (2)
143. Czernin, Ferdinand (Austrian Action, Inc. Free Austrian Movement), 1941-1945. (10)
144. Danes, Rosemary, 1939. (2)
145. Danner, James W., 1943. (2)
146. David, Paul T., 1938-1939. (3)
147. Davies, Gwilym, 1943-1944. (4)
148. Davies, Lord, 1941-1943. (3)
149. Davis, Helen M., 1943. (3)
150. Davis, Herbert, 1944. (4)
151. de Angulo, Ximena, 1943. (2)
152. Deane, Sidney N., 1939-1942. (8)
153. Del Vecchio, Georgio, 1937. (2)
154. Demuth, F. (Notgemeinschaft deutscher Wissenschaftler im Ausland), 1935-1937. (9)
155. Derby, John B. (Office of War Information), 1945. (3)
156. de Ropp, Stefan (Polish Information Center), 1942-1943. (8)
157. Dey, Mary Helena, 1937-1943. (10)
158. Douglass, Dorothy, 1941. (1)
159. Drayton, Betty B., 1942. (5)
160. Drebur, George K, 1941. (2)
161. Drew, Helen L., 1939. (2)
162. Drury, Betty (The Emergency Committee in Aid of Displaced German Scholars), 1937-1943. (29)
163. Dublin, Mary, 1938-1940. (7)
164. Duffield, Madeleine, 1940, 1943. (2)
165. Duffy, Alice, 1939-1940. (3)
166. Duggan, Stephen (The Emergency Committee in Aid of Displaced Foreign Scholars; Institute of International Education), 1937-1949. (24)
167. Dunlap, Flora, 1938. (3)
168. Dunn, L. C., 1938. (3)
169. Eastman, Eva Hills, 1943. (2)
170. Eaton, Howard O., 1941. (3)
171. Eaton, Theodore H., 1939. (5)
172. The Educational Record (C. S. Marsh), 1939-1941. (10)
173. Edwards, Marcia, 1938. (6)
174. Eichelberger, Clark M. (Commission to Study the Organization of Peace), 1939-1942, 1951. (13)
175. Elbogen, Esther Cohn, 1942. (3)
176. Elias, Else, 1938-1939. (3)
177. Eliasberg, Wladimir, 1942-1943. (5)
178. Eliscu, Edward, 1944. (1)
179. Elkinton, Anne Grisom, 1940. (3)
Elkinton, Howard, 1951. (1)
180. Elkus, Marjorie, 1943-1944, 1950. (9)
181. Elliott, John L. (The Society for Ethical Culture), 1940. (2)
Eckstein, Walther.
182. Ellis, Ellen D., 1939-1941. (3)
183. Elsasser-Zivi, Marcelle, 1938. (2)
184. Emerson, Guy, 1939-1940. (5)
185. Engelmann, Susanne C., 1943. (1)
186. Estall, H. Martyn, 1943. (1)
187. Evans, Edward W., 1941. (3)
188. Evans, S. Howard, 1939. (4)
189. Evarts, John, 1943. (3)
190. Fairfield, Zoe, 1933. (1)
191. Farrar & Rinehart, Inc., 1938, 1944. (3)
192. Feis, Herbert, 1939. (1)
193. Fight for Freedom, Inc. (1)
194. Fine, Benjamin (New York Times), 1942-1944. (7)
195. Fish, Hamilton V., 1943. (2)
196. Fitzgerald, George M., 1939-1940. (3)
197. Fleckles, Elliott, 1939-1942. (9)
198. Flexner, Abraham, 1933, 1937. (2)
199. Fonck, Charles M. (Belgian Commission for the Study of Post-War Problems, 1942-1943. (13)
200. Foreign Policy Association, 1942-1943. (9)
201. Forsythe, Ann, 1941-1943. (5)
Forsythe, James.
202. Fosdick, Dorothy (Dickie), 1942. (4)
203. Frankfurter, Estelle S. (Office of War Information), 1942. (7)
204. Frankfurter, Felix, 1936-1943. (8)
205. Free Austrian Youth Committee, 1942. (2)
206. Free World Association, 1942. (1)
207. French Information Center, 1942. (1)
208. Friedrich, Carl J. (Council for Democracy), 1939-1941. (13)
209.Friends Intelligencer, 1942. (1)
210. Friess, Harold, 1942. (2)
211. Frontiers of Democracy, 1943. (2)
212. Gallamore, William, 1942. (2)
213. Gampert, Rachel, 1941. (2)
214. Gebhardt, Marianne, 1943. (4)
215. Gerhard, Adele, 1941. (1)
216. Gerig, Mary, 1939. (2)
217. Gethman, W. W., 1937. (2)
218. Gibson, James, 1935, 1943. (3)
219. Gilbert, Felix, 1937. (2)
220. Gilpatric, Chadbourne (Emergency Rescue Committee), 1941. (2)
221. Gilroy, Katherine, 1940-1941. (3)
222. Gleason, Emily (Mrs. Hollis T.), 1941-1944, 1950. (22)
223. Gleason, Marion Pratt, 1942. (2)
224. Goldmann, Nahum, 1940-1942. (6)
Goldmann, Alice.
225. Gordon, Esther Lowe. (1)
226. Gothe, Richard, 1939-1940, 1951. (12)
227. Grant, Donald, 1940. (5)
228. Graves, Mortimer, 1938. (3)
229. Gregg, Alan (The Rockefeller Foundation), 1937-1943. (4)
230. Grigsby, Rall (Federal Security Agency), 1941. (2)
231. Grinnell College, 1938-1943. (6)
232. Grossnickle, F. E., 1939. (2)
233. Gunn, E. M. (Rockefeller Foundation), 1944. (1)
234. Habicht, Max, 1939-1944, 1977. (9)
235. Hahn, Stephan, 1942-1943. (6)
236. Halecki, Oskar (Polish Institute of Arts and Sciences in America), 1944. (1)
237. Hall, H. Duncan, 1940-1949. (10)
238. Hall-Quest, Alfred L. (The Educational Forum), 1939. (12)
239. Halpern, Juda, 1940. (3)
240. Ham, Fanny (Mrs. Thomas Hale), 1938. (3)
241. Ham, Roswell Gray (Mount Holyoke College), 1938-1944. (24)
242. Hambro, Diana, 1939. (2)
243. Hamilton, Parker, 1942. (1)
244. Hanc, Josef (Czechoslovak Information Service), 1942. (6)
245. Hanlow, Ralph, 1938. (1)
246. Harms, Ernest, 1943. (2)
247. Harper's Magazine (Frederick Allen), 1939. (2)
248. Harris, Morgan, 1939. (1)
249. Hartog, Sir Phillip, 1937-1938. (4)
250. Hartshorne, E. Y., 1941. (1)
251. Harvard-Boston University Extension Courses, 1941-1943. (18)
252. Harvard University, Graduate School of Education, 1939-1942. (35)
253. Harvey, Bartlett, 1940-1944. (10)
Harvey, Margaret (Margot).
254. Harvey, John H. (International Voluntary Service for Peace), 1942. (1)

Box 4
Folder

1. Heberle, Rudolf, 1938-1952, 1966. (22)
Heberle, Franziska.
2. Hebrew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid Society, 1941. (2)
3. Heimann, Eduard, 1940-1943. (14)
4. Hermberg, Annemarie, 1941. (2)
5. Hewson, Estelle, 1937. (2)
6. Hill, Dorothy, 1942. (2)
7. Himstead, Ralph E. (American Association of University Professors), 1937-1939. (16)
8. Hochwalt, Frederick, 1953. (2)
9. Hoerlin, Käte, 1942-1945. (15)
10. Hoffmann, Conrad Jr., 1936-1940. (8)
11. Holborn, Hajo, 1937. (2)
12. Holmes, Henry Wyman, 1934-1943. (28)
13. Horton, Myles, 1942. (2)
14. Hoskins, Halford L., 1941. (3)
15. Huber, Franz, 1939, 1943. (2)
16. Ickes, Harold L., 1942. (1)
17. Inman, Samuel G., 1939. (2)
18. Institute of International Education (Donald J. Shank), 1938-1952. (12)
19. Instituto de Estudios Economicos y Sociales, 1941 (2).
20. The International Association of Torch Clubs, Inc., 1942. (1)
21. International Industrial Relations Institute (Mary van Kleeck), 1937-1940. (6)
22. Iredale, Eleanora, 1933-1939. (5)
23. Isenberg, Hannah Elsbach, 1939. (2)
24. Jaeger, Martha H., 1939. (2)
25. Janowsky, Oscar I., 1937-1940. (4)
26. Jennes, Ernest W., 1941. (4)
27. Jessup, Philip C., 1945-1955. (7)
Jessup, Lois.
28. The Jewish Advocate, 1943. (3)
29. Johnson, Eric Warner, 1940. (2)
30. Jones, Helen, 1941. (1)
31. Journal of Educational Sociology, 1939-1940. (5)
32. The Journal of the American Medical Association, 1938. (1)
33. Junior Red Cross Journal, 1942. (2)
34. K-H Newsletter, 1938. (2)
35. Kahn, Alice, 1941-1943. (5)
36. Kandel, I[saac] L. (World Federation of Education Associations; World Education), 1936-1940. (79)
37. Kandel, I. L., 1941-1944. (79)
38. Karsen, Fritz, 1939-1943. (7)
39. Kefauver, Grayson N. (Liason Committee for International Education), 1942-1943. (17)
40. Keller, Franklin J., 1938. (2)
41. Keppel, Frederick P. (Carnegie Corporation of America), 1936-1939. (12)
42. King, David C., 1938. (3)
43. Kingdon, Frank, 1941. (2)
44. Kirk, Andy, 1942. (2)
45. Kite, Annette, 1942. (2)
46. Kleiman, Kenneth, 1941. (2)
47. Knapp, Royce H., 1943. (2)
48. Knauth, Felix, 1939. (5)
49. Knox, Raymond C., 1934-1943. (19)
50. Koessler, Horace H., 1940-1941. (5)
51. Kohn, Hans, 1940-1951. (15)
52. Kohnstamm, Philip, 1938-1941. (11)
Kohnstamm, Max.
53. Kollman, Eric C., 1943. (2)
54. Kolmer, E. (Free Austrian Movement in Great Britain), 1944. (1)
55. Kose, Jaroslav, 1937-1939. (7)
Kose, Vlasta.
56. Kraft, Erwin, 1940. (2)
57. Kraus, Wolfgang H., 1938, 1943. (3)
58. Kraushaar, Otto F., 1940-1943. (7)
59. Krautheimer, Richard, 1937. (2)
60. Kreilisheim, Otto, 1941-1943. (5)
61. Kullmann, Gustav G., 1937-1953. (16)
62. Labor Discussion Notes, 1941-1943. (4)
63. Ladd, Helen D., 1942. (1)
64. Lahey, Helen C., 1942. (2)
65. Lajti, Istvan (International Institute of International Cooperation), 1938-1940. (6)
66. Landé, Grethe, 1940. (3)
67. Langmuir, Alexander W., 1938-1942. (12)
68. Lash, Harold, 1943. (3)
69. Lasker, Arnold A., 1941. (1)
70. Laski, Harold J., 1938. (4)
71. Lawler, Margaret. (1)
72. League of Nations Association, Inc., 1942. (1)
73. Lederer, Max, 1943. (2)
74. Lee, Edmund J., 1949. (1)
75. Legion for American Unity, 1941. (2)
76. Leiper, Henry Smith, 1936-1940. (7)
77. Leland, Waldo G. (American Council of Learned Societies), 1943, 1950. (1)
78. Lentz, Dietrich von, 1938. (2)
79. Lentz, Margaret, 1938-1940. (6)
80. Leonard, George B., 1939. (1)
81. Lester, Robert M. (Carnegie Corporation), 1939-1941. (3)
82. Lewis, Betsy, 1943. (2)
83. Lewis, Brackett (American Friends of Czechoslovakia), 1942. (1)
84. Light, Israel, 1941-1943. (10)
85. Limbert, Paul M., 1941-1942. (3)
86. Lo, Ai-djen, 1942-1943. (3)
87. Lockhead, Charlotte, 1943. (2)
88. Lodge, Henry Cabot Jr., 1943. (1)
89. Loeser, Elisabeth, 1943. (2)
90. Loewenstein, Karl, 1941, 1949-1950. (6)
91. Loewi, Gerda H., 1941. (2)
92. Lombroso, Cesare, 1942. (2)
93. London, Jean, 1940. (2)
94. London, Kurt, 1943-1945. (9)
95. Look Magazine (Vernon Pope), 1939-1940. (6)
96. Lowe, Adolf, 1941-1942. (10)
97. Loyal Americans of German Descent (G. P. Bronisch), 1941-1942. (11)
98. Lubin, Isador, 1937, 1951-1953. (7)
99. Ludington, Flora B., 1942-1943. (8)
100. Lundy, Edward H., 1936. (1)
101. Ma, Yi Ying, 1939-1940. (10)
102. MacCracken, John H., 1937-1939. (8)
103. MacLeish, Archibald, 1942, 1945. (2)
104. Maier, Richard H., 1938. (4)
105. Malin, Patrick M., 1942. (4)
106. Malone, Margaret, 1940. (2)
107. Marshall, John (The Rockefeller Foundation), 1943. (2)
108. Marston, Edna G., 1942. (2)
109. Marvel, Ruth, 1943. (6)
110. The Massachusetts Society for Mental Hygiene, 1943. (5)
111. Matthies, George C., 1942. (2)
112. May, Herbert L., 1941. (1)
113. Mayo, Leonard W., 1942. (2)
114. McCain, John Walker Jr., 1938. (2)
115. McDonald, James G., 1937-1942. (19)
116. McGreggor, Ruth, 1938. (2)
117. McKitterick, Gertrude (Trude), 1941-1943. (14)
118. McLean, R. C., 1938. (1)
119. McNaughton, Francis M. A., 1936. (1)
120. Meeker, Mary A., 1942. (2)
121. Melnitzky, Karl (Charles), 1941, 1973, 1975. (3)
122. Messersmith, George, 1938. (2)
123. Meyer, Julie. (1)
124. Milam, Carl H. (American Library Association), 1936-1946. (12)
125. Military Committee for the Liberation of Austria, 1942. (1)
126. Miller, Helen Hill (National Policy Committee), 1940-1941. (5)
127. Mills, Henry C., 1942. (3)
128. Mombert-Joergensen, Agnes, 1939. (1)
129. Monroe, Jeanette, 1940. (3)
130. Monroe, Paul (World Federation of Education Associations; World Education), 1936-1941. (64)
131. Morgan, Laura Puffer (Institute on World Organization), 1941-1942. (6)
132. Morgenthau, Robert, 1940. (1)
133. Morrison, J. Cayce, 1942. (3)
134. Morrow, Elizabeth C., 1943. (1)
135. Mount Holyoke College, 1937-1943. (39)
136. Munk, Marie, 1941. (1)
137. Murdock, John R., 1943. (2)
138. Murray, Gilbert, 1943. (2)
139. Murrow, Edward R., 1936-1963. (16)
140. Nagler, Alois M.,1940. (2)
141. Nash, Vernon, 1940. (2)
142. Nason, John W., 1944. (1)
143. National Committee on Food for the Five Small Democracies, 1940. (2)
144. National Student Council for Democracy in Education, 1941. (2)
145. National Youth Administration, 1940. (8)
146. Neumann, Sigmund, 1943-1944. (5)
147. New York City League of Women Voters, 1941-1943. (7)
148. Newkirk, Gisela, 1941. (3)
149. Newton, Ray, 1939. (2)
150. Nichol, Helen R. H., 1943. (2)
151. Niemkoff, Victor, 1941. (3)
152. Nollen, Helen W., 1938. (4)
153. Norlin, George, 1939. (1)
154. Norton, John K., 1938. (2)
155. Nostrand, Howard Lee, 1942-1943, 1953. (13)
Tead, Ordway.
156. Oaten, Beverly L. (Student Christian Movement of Canada), 1938. (2)
157. Office of Education, United States Department of the Interior (Harry A. Jager), 1938. (3)
158. Office of War Information, 1942-1944. (8)
159. Olbrich, Frances, 1942. (2)
160. Olson, Margaret (Commission to Study the Organization of Peace), 1941-1942. (11)
161. Orr, Leonora Alexander, 1939-1953. (26)
162. Ostermann, Joseph D. (Catholic Committee for Refugees from Germany), 1938. (2)
163. Otto, Franz, 1939. (4)
164. Oxford University Press; The Clarendon Press (John A. E. Mulgan), 1936-1938. (46)
165. Oxford University Press (Philip Vaudrin; Virginia B. Carrick; Margaret Nicholson), 1942-1944 (71)
166. Ozorio de Almeida, Miguel, 1939. (1)
167. Parkes, James W., 1936-1944, 1952, 1969. (42)
168. Payne, Charles E. (Grinnell College), 1937-1943. (44)
169. Perry, Henry H., 1942. (2)
170. Perry, Ralph Barton (American Defense), 1941-1943. (8)
171. Phillips, Jessie, 1943. (2)
172. Pi-Suñer, Pedro, 1941-1942. (3)
173. Picard, Bertram, 1942-1950. (8)
174. Picard, Joy, 1942. (2)
175. Pierrefeu, Elsa Tudor de, 1938-1940. (6)
176. Pilley, John G., 1939-1943. (20)
177. Pollock, Rebecca L., 1941. (3)
178. Pool, Tamar deSola, 1940-1941. (8)
179. Pooley, Richard P., 1938. (2)
180. Porges, Franziska, 1939-1941. (4)
181. La Prensa (Dariel F. Steer), 1942-1943. (8)
182. Price, Helen E., 1940-1941. (4)
183. Puech, J. L., 1937. (2)
184. Putnam, B. H., 1939. (3)
185. Rager, Frederick (Fritz), 1937-1944. (28)
186. Raible, Robert, 1941-1943. (3)
187. Randall, Helen, 1939. (2)
188. Redefer, Frederick (Progressive Education Association, P.E.A.), 1942. (3)
189. Reed, Alfred Z. (The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching), 1935-1940. (18)
190. Refugee Relief Trustees, Inc. (Henry E. Muller), 1944. (2)
191. Rehrmann, Leslie Beckett (The World Youth Movement), 1943-1946. (6)
192. Revell, Ethel, 1943. (2)
193. Richter, Werner, 1939. (2)
194. Riegelman, Carol (International Labor Office), 1937-1951. (7)
195. Riegner, Helene, 1938-1939. (2)
196. Riggs, Ernest W., 1943-1944. (10)
197. Ritchie, Frank (The American Christian Committee for German Refugees), 1936-1939. (8)
Robb, Rosalind see Salant, Rosalind Robb
198. Rockefeller, Nelson A., 1941. (1)
199. Roosevelt, Franklin D., 1943. (1)
200. Rosenstock-Huessy, Eugen, 1938-1942. (6)
201. Rous, Peyton, 1940. (2)
202. Roy, Ida, 1942. (3)
203. Rugg, Harold, 1943. (1)
204. Sadler, Sir Michael, 1937-1943. (6)
205. Salant, Rosalind Robb, 1940-1941. (4)
206. Salat, Rudi (Pax Romana), 1939. (7)
207. Sangree, Eleanor, 1943. (4)
208. Sargent, Porter, 1943-1944. (4)
209. Sawyer, Olive, 1936-1943. (8)
210. Sayre, John Nevin (The Fellowship of Reconciliation), 1938. (3)
211. Schairer, Reinhold (United States Committee on Educational Reconstruction), 1939-1943. (23)
212. Schalet, Beatrice B., 1939. (2)
213. Schickele, Rainer, 1938. (1)
214. Schmid, R. C., 1939. (2)
215. Schnitzler, Heinrich, 1941. (2)
216. Schönfeld, Hans (Universal Christian Council for Life and Work), 1936. (2)
217. Schoolmen's Week Proceedings, 1939-1940. (10)
218. Schuman, Frederick, 1940 (4).
219. Schuschnigg, Walter von, 1941-1942. (9)
220. Schwarz, Ernst (The Good Neighbor, International Forum for Pan-American Friendship and Democratic World Cooperation), 1938. (2)
221. Seamans, Herbert L. (The National Conference of Christians & Jews), 1939. (2)
222. Secondary Education (Ernest D. Lewis), 1939. (2)
223. Selfhelp of Emigres from Central Europe, Inc., 1940-1942. (7)
224. Selig, Anna, 1931, 1952. (2)
225. Sell, F. C., 1940-1941. (11)
226. Shepard, Brooks, 1943. (4)
227. Sherman, Harold C., 1939. (1)
228. Sherman, Virginia Brillinger, 1940. (2)
229. Shils, Edward A., 1938. (1)
230. Shotwell, James T. (Carnegie Endowment for International Peace), 1934-1950. (50)
231. Schultz, Earl N., 1936. (1)

Box 5
Folder

1. Silver, Lavina, 1940. (2)
2. Simm, E. D., 1936. (1)
3. Simmel, Marianne, 1940. (4)
4. Simon, Abbott, 1939. (2)
5. Simpson, Esther (Society for the Protection of Science and Learning), 1938. (2)
6. Simsarian, Arax, 1943. (2)
7. Singsen, Antone G., 1940. (1)
8. Skeels, Lynn, 1941-1942. (2)
9. Slotemaker de Bruine, Nicolas (The Netherlands Information Bureau), 1942-1943. (14)
10. Smiley, Marjorie B., 1943. (2)
11. Smith College, 1937-1944. (98)
12. Smith, Elna N. (Works Progress Administration), 1939. (2)
13. Smith, Harry C., 1942. (4)
14. Smith, J. Russell, 1937. (2)
15. Smith, Temperence (Terry; Carnegie Endowment for International Peace), 1938-1941. (12)
16. Snyder, Gerald W., 1942. (2)
17. Social Education (Erling M. Hunt), 1941-1944. (16)
18. Society for the Advancement of Education, 1939. (3)
19. Solomon, Lillian, 1937. (2)
20. Soule, Anne L., 1939. (2)
21. Sousa, John Philip III, 1943. (1)
22. Spaulding, Francis T., 1939. (2)
Spaulding, Susan, 1939. (2)
23. Speare, Elizabeth, 1941. (2)
24. Spencer, Harry C., 1943. (2)
25. Spencer, Imogene H., 1938. (1)
26. Spiegelberg, Friedrich, undated. (1)
27. Spring, Leo, 1938. (2)
28. Staudinger, Else (American Committee for Refugee Scholars, Writers and Artists, 1945. (2)
29. Steckler, Edward L., 1944. (5)
30. Steinberg, Charles Side (Book-of-the-Month Club), 1943. (6)
31. Stephens, Isabel McL., 1941. (2)
32. Stephens, Margaret (International Federation of University Women), 1938. (2)
33. Stephenson, Mary Cheney, 1938-1943. (7)
34. Stern-Sober, Lila, 1941. (2)
35. Sterne, Emma Gelders, 1943. (3)
36. Stewart, Ann C., 1940-1943. (36)
37. Stewart, Lucile Emerson, 1941. (3)
38. Stewart, Virginia, 1942-1943. (10)
39. Stinnes, Edmund H., 1944. (2)
40. Stirling, Janet R., 1942. (2)
41. Stoddard, Alexander J. (The Educational Policies Commission), 1943. (6)
42. Stoke, Stuart M., 1937-1944. (37)
43. Stott, Gilmore (Committee to Defend America by Aiding the Allies), 1940-1941. (5)
44. Stratton, E. Gwynn, 1945. (2)
45. Strebel, Ralph F., 1943-1944. (8)
46. Streib, Gordon, 1941. (1)
47. Streit, J., 1940. (2)
48. Strong, Corrin, 1940. (2)
49. Studebaker, John W. (U.S. Department of the Interior), 1936-1943. (22)
50. Student Peace Service, American Friends Service Committee (Harold Chance, Philip Jacob), 1937-1938. (9)
51. Su, Frank Kai-Ming, 1938. (2)
52. Suffrin, Marsha E. (Peggy), 1942-1943. (5)
53. Suizo, Charles Jr., 1941. (2)
54. Sulzberger, Arthur Hays (New York Times), 1939. (3)
55. Survey Associates (Paul Kellogg), 1939-1940. (5)
56. Swain, Loring, 1941. (2)
57. Tabouis, Geneviève, 1944. (1)
58. Tait, D. Christie (International Labour Office), 1937. (8)
59. Tatlock, June M., 1941. (2)
60. Tatlow, Tissington, 1934-1943. (9)
61. Taylor, Mary Louise, 1939. (2)
62. Tead, Ordway (Harper & Brothers), 1943-1944, 1953. (9); see also Nostrand, Howard Lee.
63. Teich, Alexander, 1938-1960. (20)
Teich, Anna.
64. Terman, E. L., 1938. (2)
65. Thomas, Frances A. (Commission to Study the Organization of Peace; League of Nations Association, Inc.), 1940-1944. (39)
66. Thomas, Harold P., 1938. (1)
67. Thomas, Mary Carr, 1943. (4)
68. Thomas, Prentice, 1941. (2)
69. Thompson, Dorothy, 1941-1942. (2)
70. Tillich, Paul, 1938-1941. (8)
71. Time (Leona Carney), 1942-1943. (3)
72. Tomlinson, William W., 1944. (1)
73. Toomey, Ursula K., 1940. (2)
74. Towle, Gifford, 1938. (2)
75. Traister, Sarahla E., 1943. (2)
76. Trowbridge, Buel, 1940, 1949. (9)
77. True, Peggy, 1943. (2)
78. Tucker, Prudence (The Hartford Courant), 1943. (2)
79. Turle, Penelope, 1941. (2)
80. Turner, Carol, 1939. (3)
81. Turner E. Smith & Company, 1942. (1)
82. Turner, J. W. Cecil, 1940-1942. (12)
83. Ulich, Robert, 1936-1944. (42)
84. The University of Chicago Press (W. K. Jordan), 1942. (4)
85. University of Minnesota (W. E. Peik), 1938-1941. (31)
86. U. S. Office of Education (Marjorie S. Scott), 1943. (11)
87. Valentin, Veit, 1939, 1943. (7)
88. Veatch, Roy (Department of State), 1943. (1)
89. Visser 't Hooft, W. A. (World's Student Christian Federation), 1937. (2)
90. Vlekke, Bernard H. M., 1942. (1)
91. Voukitchevitch, Vladita, 1936. (3)
92. Wagner, Viola E., 1942. (2)
93. Waite, Mary L., 1938. (4)
94. Wakeman, Seth, 1938-1953. (51)
95. Waldinger, Theodor, 1939. (2)
96. Waldo, Alice (The American Committee for Christian German Refugees), 1937. (2)
97. Walker, Gladys R., 1938. (3)
98. Walsh, David I., 1943. (2)
99. Warburg (Grimson), Bettina, 1937-1943. (6)
100. Warburg, Felix M., 1937. (2)
Warburg, Frieda Schiff, 1937. (1)
101. Warburg, Max M., 1943. (2)
102. Warren, George L. (President's Advisory Committee on Political Refugees), 1939-1942. (5)
103. Watt, Donald B. (The Experiment in International Living, Inc.), 1942. (3)
104. Weiden, Gerda M., 1938, 1943. (7)
105. Weiner, Emanuel, 1936. (1)
106. Wells, Dorothy P., 1943. (2)
107. Wells, Edward H., 1943. (1)
108. Wendlberger, J., 1939. (1)
109. Weston, Harold (Food for Freedom, Inc.), 1942-1943. (31)
110. Wheeler, Florence Lillie, 1943. (3)
111. Wheeler, J. A., 1942. (1)
112. Whiting, Elizabeth G. (The Council for Social Action of the Congregational Christian Churches of the United States of America), 1942. (1)
113. Who's Who, 1942-1975. (10)
114. Whyte, John, 1937-1940. (7)
115. Wickmar, A. H., 1942. (2)
116. Wild, Laura H., 1943. (2)
117. Wilde, Louise K. (Billy), 1938-1957. (20)
118. Wilder, Winifred, 1938-1943. (7)
119. Wilkens, Ernest H., 1939. (4)
120. Wilkenson, Winifred, 1943. (5)
121. Willard, Edward Francis, 1941. (1)
122. Willert, Paul (Oxford University Press), 1937-1939. (23)
123. Willey, Malcolm M., 1939-1942. (4)
124. Williams, Chester S. (Office of War Information), 1942-1943. (13)
125. Wilmer, Florence C., 1943. (2)
126. Wilson, Howard E. (Harvard Educational Review), 1938-1946. (35)
127. Winkler, Evemarie, 1940. (1)
128. Winter, Ernst Karl, 1939-1940. (10)
129. Wolf, George V., 1940. (2)
130. Wolf, Richard, 1939. (1)
131. Wolff, Renate, 1942-1943. (11)
132. Wood, Richard, 1943. (1)
133. Wooley, Mary E. (Mount Holyoke College), 1936-1943. (22)
134. Women's National Institute, 1942. (1)
135. World Confederation of International Groupments, 1942. (3)
136. World Youth Tour (Mary Frank Mason), 1938. (4)
137. Wright, Alice Morgan (National Woman's Party), 1945. (2)
138. Wunderlich, Frieda, 1940. (2)
139. Wurfbain, André, 1936. (2)
140. Wyatt, Gertrude L., 1940. (2)
141. Wygal, Winnifred, 1939-1940. (4)
142. Yates, Mildred, 1939. (2)
143. Zook, George F. (American Council on Education), 1937-1950. (68)

General correspondence, arranged by subject:

144. Immigration and naturalization, 1936-1938. (20)
145. Immigration and naturalization, 1940-1941. (17)
146. Immigration and naturalization, 1942-1943. (65)
147. Educational reconstruction, post-war Germany, 1940-1944. (76)
148. Employment, 1936. (13)
149. Recommendations, 1938-1943. (28)
150. Travel arrangements, 1928-1952. (28)
151. Slaves Need No Leaders, 1942-1943. (45)
152. Unemployment in the Learned Professions, 1934-1938, 1944. (62)
153. "The University in a Changing World," 1935, 1937. (2)
154. Miscellaneous, 1936. (8)
155. Miscellaneous, 1937. (10)
156. Miscellaneous, 1938. (27)
157. Miscellaneous, 1939. (63)
158. Miscellaneous, 1940. (35)
159. Miscellaneous, 1941. (33)
160. Miscellaneous, 1942. (30)
161. Miscellaneous, 1943. (43)
162. Miscellaneous, 1944-1950. (14)


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Sub-series 3: Correspondence concerning speaking engagements, 1933-1946, 1954-1956

Box 6
Folder

1. Lectures, 1933-1936. (4)
2. Lectures, 1937. (49)
3. Lectures declined, 1937. (22)
4. Lectures, Jan.-May 1938. (94)
5. Lectures, June-Dec. 1938 (63)
6. Lectures declined, 1938. (27)
7. Lectures, Jan.-May 1939. (157)
8. Lectures, June-Dec. 1939. (37)
9. Lectures declined, 1939. (22)
10. Lectures, 1940. (115)
11. Lectures declined, 1940. (29)
12. Lectures, 1941. (98)
13. Lectures declined, 1941. (38)
14. Lectures, Jan.-June 1942. (130)
15. Lectures, July-Dec. 1942. (83)
16. Lectures declined, 1942. (21)
17. Lectures, Jan.-Apr. 1943. (98)
18. Lectures, May-Sept. 1943. (100)
19. Lectures, Oct.-Dec. 1943. (148)
20. Lectures declined, 1943. (84)
21. Lectures, Jan.-Mar. 1944. (97)
22. Lectures, Apr.-June 1944. (118)
23. Lectures declined, 1944-1946. (56)
24. A. H. Hanley Concert and Lecture Management, 1944. (5)
25. The Alumnae Association of Smith College (Frances Copeland), 1939-1943. (21)
26. International Relations Speakers Bureau, 1940. (2)
27. Open Forum Speakers Bureau, 1942-1944. (13)
28. Lectures, 1954-1956. (12)


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Sub-series 4: Correspondence of Walter M. Kotschnig during his years with the Department of State and the United Nations, 1937-1977 (bulk 1948-1972)

Box 6 (continued)
Folder

29. Abbott, Isabel R., 1953. (1)
30. Abram, Morris B., 1965. (2)
31. Abrams, George S., 1967. (1)
32. Achelis, Elisabeth, 1949. (1)
33. Acheson, David C., 1972. (2)
34. Acsay, L. E., 1951. (1)
35. Adiseshiah, Malcolm S., 1967. (1)
36. Alger, Chadwick F., 1973. (2)
37. Allan, Warde B., 1953. (2)
38. Allen, Ethan P., 1954. (2)
39. Allen, Mark, 1970. (2)
40. Altmeyer, Arthur J., 1948. (1)
41. American Association for the United Nations, 1949. (1)
42. Andemicael, Berhanykun, 1977. (1)
43. Andrews, Elizabeth Peterson (Pete), 1969. (4)
44. Anslinger, Harry J., 1966-1967. (3)
45. Archibald, Charles H., 1968. (3)
46. Arnesen, Ragnar (United Nations Fund for Drug Abuse Control), 1971-1973. (20)
47. Ascher, Charles S., 1952-1972. (7)
48. Atlas, Lanny (Mrs. Martin), 1965. (2)
49. Ayusawa, Iwao F., 1949-1950. (3)
50. Babbott, Frank L. Jr., 1965. (1)
51. Baillie, Hugh, 1952. (1)
52. Baker, George Pierce, 1949. (3)
53. Baker, John C., 1953-1978. (19)
54. Baldanza, Stephen, 1951, 1963. (4)
55. Baldwin, Roger, 1953. (2)
56. Balgooyen, H. W., 1953. (1)
57. Bandoni, Norma, 1965. (2)
58. Barber, Willard F., 1949-1951. (3)
59. Barnes, Roswell P., 1946. (1)
60. Batson, Douglas N., 1966. (1)
61. BBC-tv, 1971. (1)
62. Beaven, Marion, 1972. (1)
63. Belcher, Marjorie S., 1968. (4)
64. Bell, Kathleen, undated, 1975. (8)
65. Bellanger, Claude, 1950. (2)

Box 7
Folder

1. Benton, William, 1947-1949. (39)
Rusk, Dean.
2. Benton, William, 1950-1957. (66)
3. Benton, William, 1965-1969. (87)
Luce, Clare Booth.
4. Benton, William, 1970-1973. (41)
5. Benton, Helen, 1973. (3)
6. Bergstrom, Donald R., 1971. (1)
7. Berman, Philip I., 1967. (3)
8. Berner, T. Roland, 1972. (1)
9. Bernstein, Meyer, 1968. (1)
10. Bhanumas, Nitya, 1972. (1)
11. Bigge, George E., 1953. (2)
12. Binder, Carroll, 1951-1952. (9)
13. Bingham, Jack, undated. (1)
14. Birckhead, John T., 1969. (3)
15. Bitker, Bruno V., 1965. (1)
16. Black, Cy E., 1950. (1)
17. Blaisdell, Donald C., 1952 (3)
18. Blaisdell, Thomas C. Jr., 1951-1966. (5)
19. Blankfort, Henry, 1944. (8)
20. Blau, Clarence, 1971. (1)
21. Block, Herbert, 1966. (2)
22. Bock, Oscar F., 1949. (1)
23. Bodet, Jaime Torres, 1950. (1)
24. Bolton, Frances P., 1950-1951. (3)
25. Bonsal, 1950. (1)
26. Boothby, E. B., 1949. (1)
27. Boudreau, F. G., 1953. (1)
28. Bourquin, Jacques E., 1949-1950. (5)
29. Bowditch, Richard L., 1953. (1)
30. Bower, Molly, 1954. (1)
31. Bowers, Claude G., 1951. (1)
32. Bowles, Chester (Chet), 1965. (10)
33. Bowman, Raymond T., 1968. (1)
34. Boyd, Roland, 1967. (2)
35. Branscomb, Harvie, 1964-1965. (3)
36. Briggs, Ellis O., 1951. (2)
37. Broadley, Sir Herbert, 1965-1966. (6)
38. Brohi, Allah Bukhsh K., 1950, 1965. (3)
39. The Brookings Institution (Robert Hartley, Robert Calkins), 1950-1958. (30)
40. Brown, Robert L., 1969. (1)
41. Brown, Winthrop G., 1965. (2)
42. Bunker, Carol & Ellsworth, undated. (1)
43. Bunting, Earl, 1949. (2)
44. Burke, Edmund Jr., 1966. (1)
45. Burnett, Philip M., 1950. (2)
46. Bush, George, 1971-1972. (10)
47. Bushwaller, Regina, 1950. (2)
48. Byfield, Robert S., 1953. (3)
49. Byrd, Harry F., 1951. (2)
50. Byrne, Patricia, 1970. (1)
51. Calderwood, Howard B., 1967. (2)
52. Cameron, Pearl, 1968. (2)
53. Caranicas, Costa P., 1970. (2)
54. Carey, John, 1968. (1)
55. Cates, John M. Jr., 1968-1975. (7)
56. Chafee, Z. Jr., 1948. (1)
57. Cheever, Daniel S., 1966. (2)
58. Christensen, Ronald A., 1971. (2)
59. Clarke, Walter, 1949. (1)
60. Cleveland, Harlan, 1963-1969. (5)
61. Cohen, Myer, 1965. (2)
62. Cohn, Peter A., 1972. (2)
63. Cohrssen, John J., 1972. (2)
64. Compton, Arthur A., 1949-1950. (4)
65. Cooper, John Sherman, 1956. (2)
66. Cordier, Andrew, 1965-1966. (4)
67. Cortney, Philip, 1951. (1)
68. Cory, Robert H., 1970. (2)
69. Cowell, F. R. (Dick), 1970. (2)
70. Cox, Henry B., 1971. (2)
71. Cox, Oscar, 1949. (2)
72. Crawford, Morris H., 1970. (2)
73. Crawford, William A., 1965. (3)
74. Daes, Erica-Irene A., 1970-1971. (2)
75. Daniels, Jonathan, 1949. (7)
76. Darchambeau, Valère, 1950. (2)
77. Dauer, Barbara, 1972. (1)
78. Davidson, George, 1951-1972. (14)
79. Davies, Thurston J., 1949. (1)
80. Davis, Emily C., 1952. (1)
81 Davis, Lea (Mrs. Gary), undated. (1)
82. Davis, Nathaniel, 1966-1967. (3)
83. Davis, Richard H., 1967. (1)
84. Day, Henry B., 1952. (2)
85. Deacon, Charles W., 1966. (1)
86. Demerath, N. J., 1952. (4)
87. De Palma, Samuel, 1969-1970. (3)
88. d'Harnoncourt, René, 1949. (1)
89. Dittert, J., 1971. (2)
90. Douglas, Mrs. Paul, 1952. (1)
91. Dow, Edward A. Jr., 1967. (2)
92. Draper, William H. Jr., 1969. (2)
93. Dudley, Henry A., 1968. (5)
94. Duffus, Ursula, 1951. (2)
95. Dulles, John Foster, 1953. (1)
96. Dumontet, George, 1965. (1)
97. Dunn, Frederick S., 1953. (1)
98. Dunning, Henry W., 1953. (2)
99. East, John, 1945. (4)
100. ECAFE (Economic Commission for Asia and the Far East), 1956-1965. (20)
Hammarskjold, Dag, 1957.
101. Edelsberg, Herman, 1968. (1)
102. Edwards, Derek, 1948-1949. (2)
103. Edwards, Edith, 1949.
104. Eggleston, Roger, 1969. (2)
105. Eisenhart, L. P., 1951. (1)
106. Eklund, Sigvard, 1965. (2)
107. Elbrick, C. Burke, 1951. (1)
108. Eliot, Martha M., 1957. (1)
109. Elmandjra, Mahdi, 1971. (3)
110. Elmendorf, A. Edward, 1969-1970. (6)
111. Elsbree, Willard H. (Wid), 1953, 1966. (4)
112. Emmerich, Herbert, 1951. (1)
113. Ende, Jean, 1953. (1)
114. Ennals, John A. F., 1949, 1951. (4)
115. Estes, Mrs. Charles, 1950. (1)
116. Etchats, Raymond, 1951. (2)
117. Evans, Luther H. (Commission to Study the Organization of Peace), 1953, 1975. (3)
118. Evron, Ephraim, 1966. (3)
119. Ewing, Oscar R., 1950. (2)
120. Fahy, Charles, 1952. (2)
121. Fasteau, Irving J. (Jack), 1951. (2)
122. Figgins, Dan W. Jr., 1971. (2)
123. Figueroa, Ana, 1954, 1964. (2)
124. Finger, Seymour M. (Max), 1965, 1970. (4)
125. Finkelstein, Lawrence S., 1949-1953. (5)
126. Fleischman, Harry, 1952. (2)
127. Flinn, John C., 1944. (2)
128. Flounders, Lila May Walkden, 1952. (2)
129. Fluker, Robert J., 1965-1973. (9)
130. Fobes, Jack, 1967, 1969. (2)
131. Folsom, Marion B., 1952. (2)
132. Fontaine, Pierre-Michel, 1971. (2)
133. Forster, Clifford, 1952. (2)
134. Fredericks, J. Wayne, 1963. (1)
135. Free, Lloyd A., 1949-1951. (4)
136. Freedgood, Sy, 1952. (2)
137. Friiss, Finn, 1949. (2)
138. Frumkin, Grzegorz, 1950. (1)
139. Frye, William R., 1951. (5)
140. Fuchs, J. R., 1972. (2)
141. Galbraith, John Kenneth, 1967. (1)
142. Galbraith, Lynn, 1970. (2)
143. Gardiner, Robert K. A., 1969-1971. (6)
144. Gardner, Richard N., 1965-1975. (6)
145. Georges-Picot, Guillaume, 1952. (1)
146. Gerig, Benjamin, 1943-1945. (17)
147. Ghosh, D., 1971-1973. (18)
148. Giesecke, Albert A., 1951. (2)
149. Glasser, Melvin A., 1950. (3)
150. Gobetz, Giles Edward, 1971. (2)
151. Goedhard, van Heuvan, 1949. (1)
152. Goldberg, Dorothy (Mrs. Arthur J.), 1967-1968. (3)
153. Goldman, Olive Remington, 1952-1953. (4)
154. Goldschmidt, Arthur, 1966-1967. (2)
155. Goodrich, Carter, 1951. (1)
156. Gough, Betty C., 1971-1972. (3)
157. Gow, L. M., 1953. (2)
158. Grace, Alonzo, 1949. (1)
159. Graham, Pierre R., 1969. (2)
160. Grant, Roger, 1969. (3)
161. Green, James Frederick (Jim), 1950-1966. (38)
162. Green, James Frederick (Commission to Study the Organization of Peace). Letters to Kotschnig, 1974-1978. (34)
163. Green, James Frederick. Letters to others, 1975-1977. (25)
164. Green, William, 1950. (2)
165. Greenberg, Harry & Tania, 1952. (1)
166. Greene, Joseph N. (Jerry), 1970. (3)
167. Greenfield, Sir Harry, 1965. (1)
168. Greenwald, Joseph A., 1970. (5)
169. Griffith, John, 1968. (1)
170. Gross, Nelson, 1972. (3)
171. Guenther, Kenneth A., 1969. (1)
172. Gulick, Luther, 1943-1944. (2)
173. Haberler, Gottfried, 1951-1952. (3)
174. Hahn, Lorena B., 1953. (1)
175. Hall, Graham, 1955. (1)
176. Hall, William O., 1950. (4)
177. Hammarskjold, Dag, , 1953, 1955. (2)
178. Hanes, John W. Jr., 1958, 1968. (3)
179. Hanson, Haldore (Hal), 1950. (1)
180. Hauser, Rita E., 1969. (2)
181. Hausmann-Kohnstann, Dinah E., 1949. (2)
182. Havighurst, Robert, 1949. (1)
183. Haviland, H. Field, 1950. (6)
184. Hayes, Lewis Wendell, 1953, 1956. (3)
185. Hayward, Michael, 1971-1973. (7)
186. Heath, Kathryn G., 1956. (1)
187. Heffelfinger, Elizabeth (Brad), 1953-1969. (37)
188. Heinz, H. J., 1949. (1)
189. Henderson, Julia, 1951-1966. (6)
190. Hendrick, James Pomeroy, 1967. (2)
191. Hersey, Evelyn W., 1953-1954. (6)
192. Herz, Martin F., 1960-1970. (5)
193. Hessel, Stephane, 1952. (2)
194. Hickerson, John D., 1950-1952. (3)
195. Hinton, Deane R., 1965. (1)
196. Hoehler, Fred K., 1950. (2)
197. Hoffman, Hallock, 1953. (2)
198. Hoffman, Paul, 1965-1971. (6)
199. Hoffman, Thomas E., 1953. (2)
200. Hoover, John Edgar, 1952. (2)
201. Hoover, Lawrence H. Jr. (Harry), 1970. (5)
202. Hornick, Lillian, 1949-1972. (11)
203. Horton, Mildred McAfee, 1953. (1)
204. Hovde, Bryn J., 1949. (2)
205. Hruska, Roman L., 1959. (3)
206. Huber, Hermann, 1953. (2)
207. Hull, Cordell, 1939. (1)
208. Hull, Spahr, 1950. (1)
209. Humphrey, Hubert H., 1957-1967. (6)
210. Hutchins, Robert M., 1952. (1)
211. Huttrer, Charles P., 1966. (1)
212. Idenburg, Philip J., 1950. (2)
213. Ingersoll, John, 1970, 1972. (2)
214. Institute of Inter-American Affairs, 1951. (3)
215. The International Platform Association, 1965. (2)
216. Jackson, Elmore, 1966, 1971. (2)
217. Jackson, Sir Robert, 1969. (1)
218. Jacobs, George, 1970. (1)
219. Jacobson, Harold Karan, 1968, 1970. (2)
220. Jenks, C. Wilfred, 1952-1970. (4)
221. Johnson, Brian, 1970. (2)
222. Johnson, G. Griffith, 1970. (1)
223. Johnson, Joseph E., 1968-1970. (5)
224. Johnston, William D. Jr., 1966. (1)
225. Jolles, Paul, 1964-1967. (7)
226. Jones, David DeL., 1942. (2)
227. Jones, G. Paul Jr., 1970. (3)
228. Judd, Charles S. (League of Nations Union), 1937-1946. (15)
229. Kabul (consulting trip, RGA Ministry of Planning), 1959. (14)
230. Kain, Joan, 1950. (2)
231. Kaufmann, Johan, 1966. (2)
232. Kayser, Jacques, 1949. (1)
233. Kelakos, Michael G., 1970. (3)
234. Keller, Adolphe, 1952. (3)
235. Kellermann, Henry J., 1949-1966. (7)
236. Kenyon, Dorothy, 1949. (3)
237. Kerr, Malcolm, 1969. (2)
238. Khan, Mir, 1968-1969. (5)
239. Khan, Prince Sadruddin Aga, 1971. (1)
240. Kiefer, Alexander, 1966. (1)
241. Killick, John E., 1967. (2)
242. Kirkova, Tatiana E., 1973-1975. (12)
243. Kironde, Apollo K., 1970. (1)
244. Kittani, Ismat T., 1970-1971. (4)
245. Klutznick, Philip M., 1966-1972. (9)
246. Knepper, Alvin, 1952. (2)
247. Koffka, Elisabeth, 1950. (4)
248. Kohler, Foy D., 1952. (1)
249. Kohn, Vera Sharpe, 1953. (2)
250. Korey, William, 1965-1966. (4)
251. Kovach, John, 1952. (1)
252. Kripp, Joseph B., 1951. (2)
253. Krould, Harry J., 1950. (2)
254. Kuševic, Vladimir, 1968-1972. (13)
255. Labouisse, Henry R., 1971. (1)
256. Lacey, John A., 1965. (2)
257. Laise, Carol C., 1972. (2)
258. Lall, K. B., 1965. (1)
259. Lally, Dorothy, 1966. (1)
260. Landon, Kenneth P., 1973. (1)
261. Laugier, Henri, 1950-1968. (12)
262. Laves, Walter H. C., 1951-1966. (8)
263. Leddy, John M., 1949-1965. (3)
264. Leetsma, Robert, 1970. (1)
265. Lemberger, Ernst, 1969. (3)
266. Lengyel, Emil, 1970. (2)
267. Lenroot, Katherine, 1951. (2)
268. Lesage, Jean, 1953, 1965. (3)
269. Lewin, Isaac, 1953. (1)
270. Lewis II, George, 1950. (4)
271. Lewis, Verne B., 1968. (2)
272. Liberson, David M., 1952. (3)
273. Lie, Trygve, 1946. (1)
274. Lodge, Henry Cabot, 1969. (1)
275. Lord, Mary (Mrs. Oswald B.), 1952-1972. (6)
276. Lorenz, Ernst, 1950. (2)
277. Lorimer, Frank, 1950. (1)
278. Lowenfeld, Margaret (Madge), 1951-1952. (7)
279. Lowenthal, Max, 1952. (2)
280. Luce, Clare Booth, 1969. (2)
281. Luckman, Charles, 1967. (2)

Box 8
Folder

1. Macadam, Ivison S., 1949. (3)
2. MacArthur II, Douglas, 1968. (2)
3. MacEachron, David W., 1966. (2)
4. MacLaren, Roy, 1970. (2)
5. Macura, Miloš, 1966. (1)
6. Mager, I., 1952. (2)
7. Malik, Charles, 1953. (1)
8. Markel, Lester, 1952-1953. (2)
9. Mårtens, Sten, 1972-1973. (14)
10. Martin, Edwin M., 1969. (1)
11. Martin, Graham, 1966-1970. (4)
12. Martin, Harry, 1953. (1)
13. Martinez, Anibal R., 1965. (1)
14. Maxwell, Robert W., 1967. (2)
15. McConnell, David Moffatt, 1968-1969. (4)
16. McCormick, Charles P., 1950. (3)
17. McDonald, John, 1968-1969. (2)
18. McDougall, F. L., 1951. (1)
19. McKeever, Porter, 1965-1966. (3)
20. McKitterick, Nat, 1965. (1)
21. Meijer, Jan, 1965-1970. (5)
22. Merrow, Chester E., 1969. (3)
23. Messing-Mierzejewski, Alex, 1971-1973. (5)
24. Micuta, Waclav, 1972-1973. (5)
25. Middleton, Robert M., 1969. (1)
26. Miller, Frieda S., 1949, 1967. (3)
27. Miller, Ruth Weir, 1953. (2)
28. Mokre, Johann, 1949-1950. (5)
29. Moore, John D., 1951-1969. (6)
30. Morgan, William H., 1949. (2)
31. Morse, David A., 1950-1970. (17)
32. Moskowitz, Moses, 1969. (1)
33. Mostecky, Vaclav, 1949-1953. (6)
34. Mudaliar, Sir Ramaswami, 1951-1953. (8)
35. Mulliken, Otis E., 1949-1953. (9)
36. Mulloy, Patrick A., 1970. (1)
37. Murphy, Robert D., 1974. (2)
38. Myrdal, Alva, 1952. (2)
39. Narasimhan, C. V., 1971. (2)
40. Nasher, Raymond D., 1965-1969. (4)
41. Natorf, Wlodzimierez, 1970. (1)
42. Nehru, B. K., 1967. (1)
43. Nelbach, Philip E. (National Citizens Committee for the World Health Organization), 1965. (5)
44. Nelson, Ivar L., 1969. (1)
45. Nixon, Richard M., 1952. (2)
46. Noziglia, Edward, 1968, 1972. (2)
47. Nufer, Albert F., 1954-1955. (2)
48. Nussbaum, Jean, 1949. (2)
49. O'Connor, James J. (American Freedom from Hunger Foundation, Inc.), 1965. (2)
50. O'Conor, Herbert R. Jr., 1967. (1)
51. Olds, Glenn, 1969-1972. (6)
52. Olson, Beth, 1965. (1)
53. Olson, Dawn, 1967. (1)
54. Ording, Aake, 1950. (3)
55. Orellana, Marina, 1967. (2)
56. Ostrowski, Alexander, 1953. (1)
57. Owen, David, 1966-1967. (3)
58. Owen, Wilfred, 1966. (1)
59. Pallay, E. S., 1970. (2)
60. Parton, James, 1971. (2)
61. Pate, Maurice, 1952. (1)
62. Pearce, Marianne, 1969. (2)
63. Pecson, Geronima T., 1965. (2)
64. Peel, Gwendolen (Mrs. Home; Liason Committee of Women's International Organisations), 1947. (6)
65. Pell, Claiborne, 1966. (2)
66. Pella, V. V., 1950-1951. (3)
67. Penteado, Eurico, 1966-1967. (2)
68. Perlzweig, Maurice L., 1965. (2)
69. Peterffy, George A. von, 1972. (3)
70. Phillips, Christopher H., 1961-1978. (4)
71. Phillips, H. M., 1968. (1)
72. Pierrot, A. Ogden, 1951. (2)
73. Plaine, Herzel H. E., 1950. (2)
74. Platzer, Wilfried, 1965. (3)
75. Plimpton, Francis T. P., 1967. (2)
76. Pohek, Marguerite V., 1951. (2)
77. Popper, David H., 1970. (2)
78. Porter, Paul R., 1967. (2)
79. Posayanonda, C., 1972. (1)
80. Power, Thomas F. Jr., 1946-1972. (6)
81. Price, Don K., 1949-1950. (3)
82. Price, William H., 1978. (2)
83. Probst, Raymond, 1968. (4)
84. Pruden, John S., 1978. (2)
85. Rajwade, Rani Lakshmibai, 1951. (4)
86. Rambach, Patricia, 1971. (1)
87. Ranshofen-Wertheimer, Egon, 1952-1953. (4)
88. Raskin, D. E., 1971. (2)
89. Re, Edward D., 1969. (1)
90. Read, James Morgan, 1953. (1)
91. Read, Robert E., 1971. (1)
92. Rees, Elfan, 1977. (2)
93. Rehling, Clinton, 1969, 1976. (2)
94. Reid, Robert, 1955. (2)
95. Reissig, Frederick E., 1949. (2)
96. Reminger, Mary H., 1949. (1)
97. Rennie, Wesley F., 1949. (1)
98. Research Foundation for Jewish Immigration, Inc., 1975. (1)
99. Reusch, Walther, 1952. (4)
100. Rexed, Bror, 1972. (3)
101. Rhyne, William S., 1969. (1)
102. Ricard, Jean, 1951. (2)
103. Richter, J.H., 1952. (2)
104. Richter, S. F., 1969-1970. (4)
105. Riedmatten, Henri de, 1967. (3)
106. Rimestad, Idar, 1970. (3)
107. Roberts, Margaret, 1973. (3)
108. Robins, Dorothy B., 1950. (2)
109. Robinson, John B. (Jack), 1969. (1)
110. Rodgers, Marie F., 1953. (1)
111. Rommel, Rowena, 1951. (2)
112. Romulo, Carlos P., 1951. (2)
113. Roosevelt, James, 1965-1969. (7)
114. Rosegger, Gerhard, 1951. (2)
115. Rosenfeld, Lynn, 1952. (1)
116. Rostow, Eugene, 1968. (1)
117. Rothblum, E. G., 1968. (2)
118. Rothlein, Grace, 1965. (2)
119. Rothwell, Easton, 1949. (2)
120. Rowe, Thomas A., 1949. (2)
121. Roy, S. C., 1967. (3)
122. Rubinow, Raymond Seymour, 1949-1950. (3)
123. Rujirawongse, Prasert, 1972. (2)
124. Rundall, B. J. A., 1949. (1)
125. Rusk, Dean, 1960-1975. (5)
126. Russell, Ruth, 1953. (1)
127. Sakell, Achilles N., 1951. (2)
128. Sales, Pierre L., 1966-1968. (4)
129. Salomon, Irving, 1953. (3)
130. Salter, E. J. (Jeff) Jr., undated. (1)
131. Sanders, William, 1954. (1)
132. Sandifer, Durward V., 1948-1953. (26)
133. Santa Cruz, Hernán, 1967-1970. (4)
134. Sargeant, Howland, 1952. (2)
135. Scherbatoff, Mara, 1952. (3)
136. Schillinger, A. George, 1971. (2)
137. Schurmann, Carl W. A., 1971. (31)
138. Schurmann, Carl W. A., Jan.-Feb. 1972. (15)
139. Schurmann, Carl W. A., Mar.-Apr. 1972. (24)
140. Schurmann, Carl W. A., May-Aug. 1972. (30)
141. Schurmann, Carl W. A., Sept.-Dec. 1972. (17)
142. Schurmann, Carl W. A., 1973. (24)
143. Schwartz, Abba P., 1965. (1)
144. Schwenger, Robert, 1953. (2)
145. "Science and Technology in the United Nations," 1971-1972. (12)
146. Scott, Hugh, 1954. (2)
147. Sender, Toni, 1950. (1)
148. Serrano, H. E. Miguel, 1969. (1)
149. Shaffer, Leslie D., 1949. (2)
150. Sharp, Walter R., 1968. (2)
151. Shaw, G. Howland, 1951. (2)
152. Sheehan, Timothy P., 1953. (1)
153. Short, Lloyd M., 1965. (2)
154. Sicco, Joseph S., 1968. (1)
155. Silberstein, Robert J., 1950. (3)
156. Simons, Savilla M., 1949. (1)
157. Simsarian, James, 1951. (4)
158. Siotis, Jean, 1975. (4)
159. Smith, Arnold, 1952. (1)
160. Smith, H. Gerald, 1951. (2)
161. Smith, Janie, 1951, 1953. (2)
162. Smith, Robert S., 1953-1969. (6)
163. Smythe, Mabel M., 1969. (2)
164. Sohm, Earl D., 1968. (1)
165. Sohn, Louis B., 1965. (2)
166. Solomon, Sheilah, 1968-1969. (7)
167. Speeckaert, G. P., 1965. (1)
168. Sprague, Charles A., 1953. (1)
169. Sproul, J. E., 1952. (2)
170. Stanley, C. Maxwell, 1969. (2)
171. Starzel, Frank J., 1952. (2)
172. Stassen, Harold E., 1953. (1)
173. Stein, Marianne, 1953. (2)
174. Steinig, Leon, 1951-1972. (10)
175. Stephens, Waldo E., 1970-1972. (7)
176. Stern, Frederick M., 1951. (2)
177. Stettinius, E. R., 1944-1945. (3)
178. Stevenson, Adlai E., 1962, 1968. (2)
179. Stibravy, William J., 1970-1971. (2)
180. Stillman, Arthur, 1971. (1)
181. Stinebower, Leroy D., 1950-1953. (5)
182. Stoessinger, John G., 1965. (2)
183. Stokes, Isaac Newton Phelps, 1953. (1)
184. Stolz, Robert, 1968-1974. (4)
185. Stone, Donald C., 1953. (2)
186. Strauss, Anna Lord, 1949. (1)
187. Sweetser, Arthur, 1952-1953. (3)
188. Swift, Richard N., 1977. (2)
189. Taylor, John, 1952. (1)
190. Thomas, Jean, 1950-1952. (6)
191. Thomas, Norman, 1950. (1)
192. Thompson, Robert L., 1950. (1)
193. Thomson, Charles A. (U.S. Department of State), 1942-1943, 1951. (5)
194. Thorp, Willard, 1950, 1971. (3)
Thorp, Clarice.
195. Tillett, Gladys, 1966. (2)
196. Tirana, Rifat, 1950. (1)
197. Tittmann, Harold H., 1951. (1)
198. Tobin, Irwin M., 1966. (2)
199. Tomlinson, John D., 1952. (1)
200. Tonesk, William J., 1972. (6)
201. Torres Bodet, Jaime, 1950. (1)
202. Trautwein, Joseph, 1966. (2)
Trautwein, Mark, 1971. (2)
203. Tree, Marietta, 1963. (2)
204. Trelogan, Harry C., 1952. (2)
205. Tubby, Roger W., 1965-1969. (8)
206. Tufnell, Richard, 1971-1973. (7)
207. Tuttle, Irene, 1951. (2)
208. Udall, Morris K., 1976. (1)
209. Umbarger, Mary, 1953. (1)
210. UNESCO, 1945-1946. (31)
211. UNIDO (United Nations International Symposium on Industrial Development, Athens, Nov. 27-Dec. 19, 1967), 1967-1968. (34)
212. United Nations Association of the Americas, 1953, 1975. (4)
213. Vaccaro, Albert, 1952. (2)
214. Valenzuela, Carlos, 1951. (2)
215. Valko, Laszlo, 1950-1951. (3)
216. van Gorkom, Lodewijk, 1973. (2)
217. Van Kirk, Walter W., 1953. (3)
218. Van Wagenen, Richard W., 1976. (1)
219. Végh, Jenö, 1952. (2)
220. Vereide, Abraham, 1950-1953. (3)
221. Vincent, John Carter, 1949-1950.
Vincent, Elisabeth.
222. Voris, John R., 1950. (1)
223. Wachob, James R., 1966-1968. (4)
224. Wade, Robert H. B., 1966-1968. (4)
225. Wadsworth, James J., 1953-1954. (5)
226. Waldheim, Kurt, 1968. (2)
227. Walker, Joseph J., 1949. (1)
228. Walker, Randolph A., 1968. (2)
229. Walser, Frank E., 1951. (2)
230. Ward, Robert E. Jr., 1950. (1)
231. Waring, Frank K., 1952. (2)
232. Warintrakom, Witharn, 1972. (1)
233. Warner, Sir Edward, 1968. (1)
234. Warren, George, 1950. (2)
235. Watson, Arthur K., 1951-1952. (6)
236. Watson, B.B., 1966. (3)
237. Watts, Rowland, 1951. (1)
238. Weaver, George L.P., 1969. (1)
239. Weber, Margarete, 1966. (2)
240. Weigert, Oscar, 1952. (2)
241. Weintraub, Sidney, 1967. (2)
242. Weiss, Leonard, 1966. (4)
243. Wellman, Harvey, 1970-1974. (7)
244. Westerfield, Samuel Z., 1971. (2)
245. Wickers, Aryness Joy, 1952. (1)
246. Wiedemann, Howard, 1971. (2)
247. Wilcox, Francis O., 1974. (2)
248. Wilder, Charles, 1948. (2)
Wilder, Winifred, 1952, 1970. (5)
249. Wilcox, Alanson, 1950. (3)
250. Williams, Franklin H., 1966-1967. (4)
251. Willis, Frances E., 1949, 1966. (3)
252. Wilson, Carroll L., 1967-1971. (9)
253. Winslow, Anne, 1977. (2)
254. Winslow, Thacher, 1951.
255. Winston, Ellen, 1966. (2)
256. Winter, Ernst, 1971. (1)
257. Wolfe, Bertram D., 1951. (1)
258. Wolfe, Norma Bandoni, 1970. (1)
259. Woodward, Ellen S., 1951. (1)
260. World University Service, 1973. (1)
261. Wright, Louise, 1949. (1)
262. Wright, Yvonne, 1952. (1)
263. Yates, Gilbert E., 1965-1972. (32)
264. Young, Richard G., 1968-1971. (24)
265. Yost, Charles W., 1966-1970. (4)
266. Zellerbach, J. D., 1954. (1)
267. Miscellaneous, 1951-1977.


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Box 9
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1. American Committee for Christian (German)Refugees. Minutes, 1936-1940.
2. American Committee for Protection of Foreign Born, 1939.
3. The American Committee on U.S. Soviet Relations, 1975.
4. American Educational Research Association, 1940.
5. Austrian Action, Free Austrian Movement, 1941-1942.
6. Austrian-American League, 1941.
7. Belgian Commission for the Study of Post-War Problems, New York, 1942.
8. Civilian Rehabilitation Corps / Reconstruction Service Committee, 1942.
9. The Commission to Study the Organization of Peace, 1941-1944, 1976-1977.
10. Committee on International Education and Cultural Relations, 1944.
11. Council for German Jewry, 1937.
12. European Student Relief Fund, 1940-1941.
13. European Student Relief Fund, 1942.
14. European Student Relief Fund, 1943.
15. Far Eastern Student Emergency Fund. Minutes, 1937-1938.
16. Far Eastern Student Emergency Fund. Publications, 1938-1940.
17. German American Congress for Democracy, 1941-1942.
18. Institute of International Education, Inc., 1950-1951.
19. Institute on Educational Reconstruction in Central and Eastern Europe (Schairer Committee), 1943.
20. The Institute on Man and Science, 1975.
21. Intercollegiate Committee to Aid Student Refugees, 1939, 1952.
22. International Committee on Intellectual Cooperation and Cultural Relations, 1944.
23. International Institute of Administrative Sciences, 1952.
24. International Student Service. Minutes, 1936-1938.
25. International Student Service. Minutes, 1939.
26. International Student Service. Minutes, 1940.
27. International Student Service. Minutes, 1941.
28. International Student Service. Minutes, 1942.
29. International Student Service, Refugee Committee / Refugee Scholars Fund, 1940-1944.
30. International Student Service. Newsletters, 1937.
31. International Student Service. Newsletters, 1938.
32. International Student Service. Newsletters, 1939.
33. International Student Service. Newsletters, 1940.
34. International Student Service. Newsletters, 1941.
35. International Student Service. Newsletters, 1942.

Box 10
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1. International Student Service. International Student Assembly, Sept. 2-5, 1942.
2. International Student Service. International Students Day, Nov. 17, 1942.
3. International Student Service. Work Camps for America, 1940.
4. International Student Service. Publications, 1937-1942, 1970.
5. International Student Service. I.S.S. Bulletin, 1937-1938.
6. Liason Committee for International Education. International Education Assembly, Sept. 13-18, 1943.
7. League of Nations. International Institute of Intellectual Cooperation, Paris, Nov. 3-4, 1938.
8. League of Nations Association, Education Committee, 1942-1943.
9. London International Assembly, 1941-1942.
10. Loyal Americans of German Descent, 1941-1942.
11. Masaryk Institute, 1942-1943.
12. National Committee of the United States of America on International Intellectual Cooperation, 1943.
13. National Japanese American Student Relocation Council, 1943.
14. National Student Federation of America, 1938.
15. National Student Relief Committee. Newsletters, 1943.
16. Notgemeinschaft deutscher Wissenschaftler im Ausland, 1936-1937.
17. People’s Column for World Democracy, 1941.
18. Society for the Protection of Science and Learning (formerly Academic Assistance Council), 1936-1937.
19. Student Service of America, Inc., 1943-1946.
20. The Workers’ Educational Association, 1938-1939.
21. World’s Student Christian Federation and Reconstruction, 1943.
22. World Student Relief, 1944.
23. World Student Relief, North American Affiliated Committee, 1943-1944.
24. World Student Service Fund. Minutes, 1940-1941.
25. World Student Service Fund. Minutes, 1942.
26. World Student Service Fund. Minutes, 1943.
27. World Student Service Fund. Minutes, 1944.
28. World Student Service Fund. Newsletters, 1940-1943.
29. World Student Service Fund. Handbooks, 1941-1944.
30. World Student Service Fund. Personnel file.
31. World Student Service Fund. Publications.
32. 2nd World Youth Congress, Vassar College, Aug. 16-24, 1938.


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Series 4: Manuscripts of Speeches and Lectures Delivered by Walter M. Kotschnig, 1933-1976 and undated

Box 11
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1. “Antisemitism.” Undated.
2. “The Battle for the Mind.” Undated.
3. “The Breakdown of the Wilsonian World.” Undated.
4. “The Burden and the Promise of Our Age.” Undated.
5 “Can Europe Be Re-educated for Democracy?” Undated.
6. “Education in Wartime.” Undated.
7. “European Universities menaced by overcrowding.” Undated.
8. “I.S.S. & the University of to-day.” Undated.
9. “Munich 10th Anniversary, 14/5/3?”
10. “Nazi Education.” Undated.
11. “The Need for a re-orientation in education.” Undated.
12. “Overcrowding.” Undated.
13. “Racial Issues in Europe.” Undated.
14. “The Soul of Young Europe.” Undated.
15. “University in a Changing World.” Montreal, undated.
16. “The World of the Future.” Springfield Fonts Club, undated.
17. “World Order Through Education.” Undated.
18. “The World to-day -- its dangers & possibilities.” Undated.
19. “Significance of Hitler.” Toronto, Mar. 13, 1933.
20. “Wider Horizons.” Studio Club, Mar. 19, [1933].
21. Untitled, Social Service Week. Glasgow, Oct. 30, [circa 1933-1935].
22. “Germany.” Nov. 1933.
23. “War-less World.” Boston Peace Group, Nov. 1933.
24. “Students in Politics.” Wellesley, Nov. 1933.
25. “Politics.” Oxford, Nov. 15, [1933].
26. “Some Aspects of European Situation.” Episcopal Church, NY, Nov. 12, 1933.
27. Untitled. International House, Nov. 19, 1933.
28. “Christianity & Internationalism. I. The Present World Outlook.” Toronto, Jan. 27-28, 1934.
29. “Universities & the Control of the World.” Howard, Feb. 2, [1934].
30. “ISS - an Educational Experiment.” Wellesley Alumnae, Feb. 8, 1934.
31. “Crisis of Christianity.” Annual Dinner, Canadian Journal of Religious Thought, Feb. 18, [1934].
32. “World Chaos faces Students.” Montreal, Feb. 19, 1934.
33. “True Internationalism.” Toronto, Feb. 22, [1934].
34. “Austria.” Princeton, Mar. 13, 1934.
35. “Students in Politics.” Barnard, Mar. 20, 1934.
36. “Can Education meet the fundamental needs of society?” Bouffémont, July 29, 1934.
37. “I. The Youth Movement in Europe: Victory and Defeat.” Des Moines Public Forums, Jan. 7 - Feb. 15, 1936.
38. “II. Youth Without Work.” Des Moines Public Forums, Jan. 7 - Feb. 15, 1936.
39. “III. The Daughters of the French Revolution.” Des Moines Public Forums, Jan. 7 - Feb. 15, 1936.
40. “IV. England: Character and the Classics.” Des Moines Public Forums, Jan. 7 - Feb. 15, 1936.
41. “V. Dictators in the Schoolroom.” Des Moines Public Forums, Jan. 7 - Feb. 15, 1936.
42. “VI. The Control of Education and the Future of Europe.” Des Moines Public Forums, Jan. 7 - Feb. 15, 1936.
43. “The fate of freedom of thought under European dictatorships.” Omaha, Feb. 2, 1936.
44. Untitled. Leiden, Mar. 11, [1936].
45. Untitled. Apr. 10, 1936.
46. “Need for a definite purpose in higher education.” Smith, Apr. 16, 1936.
47. “Students & policies.” Roosevelt High School, 1936.
48. “I. National Unity: Does Uncle Sam really exist?” Des Moines Public Forums, Nov. 9, 1936.
49. “II. American Education: Dream or Reality?” Des Moines Public Forums, Nov. 12, 1936.
50. “Is Europe heading for war?” Junior Chamber of Commerce, Des Moines, Nov. 19, 1936.
51. “III. Popular Government: Must it Prove a Myth?” Des Moines Public Forums, Nov. 22, 1936.
52. “IV. How Secure is Life in America?” Des Moines Public Forums, Nov.-Dec. 1936.
53. “V. Is Europe heading for War?” Des Moines Public Forums, Nov.-Dec. 1936.
54. Untitled. NSFA Congress, Dec. 28, 1936.
55. “Day of Prayer.” Montreal, Feb. 2, [1937].
56. “Appeal for German Christian Refugees.” Providence, Feb. 23, 1937.
57. “Numerous clauses & its implications.” Smith, Feb. 26, 1937.
58. “True Internationalism.” Rotary, Edmonton, Mar. 5, [1937].
59. Untitled. International Relations Club, Smith, May 18, [1937].
60. “The 2 Germanys. The social implications of German education under Hitler.” Mt. Holyoke, May 13, 1937.
61. “U.S. & the New Alliances in Europe.” Pendle Hill, May 23, 1937.
62. Untitled. Mt. Holyoke, Memorial Day, 1937.
63. “Mrs. Wooley Testimonial Dinner.” [1937].
64. “Challenge to Freedom of Thought.” Mt. Holyoke Alumnae College, June 18, 1937.
65. “Some Aspects of the European Situation.” Institute, Montreal, Sept. 3, [1937].
66. “The Changing Social Order.” Elgin House, Sept. 10, [1937].
67. “Nationalism.” Canadian Institute of International Affairs, Montreal, Sept. 22, [1937].
68. “Basis for a New Peace Settlement.” Pendle Hill, Dec. 1, 1937; Hartford, Apr. 6, 1938.
69. “Can War be avoided?” Holyoke Rotary Club, Jan. 11, [1938].
70. Untitled. Masters School, Jan. 16, 1938.
71. “5 Million Refugees.” Mt. Holyoke Chapel, Jan. 19, 1938.
72. “Dictators in the School Room.” Teachers Forum, Northampton, Jan. 19, 1938.
73. “World in 30 Minutes!” YWCA, New Haven, Feb. 4, 1938.
74. “The New Alliances in Europe (and the basis for a New Peace Settlement).” Omaha, Feb. 13, 1938.
75. Grinnell College, Feb.-Mar. 1938.
76. “USSR: The Materialist Myth.” Grinnell, Mar.1, 1938.
77. “Democracy in International Relations.” Grinnell, Mar. 15, [1938].
78. “The Passing of Austria.” Mt. Holyoke, Apr. 5, 1938.
79. “The Formation of Public Opinion.” Mt. Holyoke Alumnae College, June 14, 1938.
80. “The Totalitarian Challenge to Democracy.” Massachusetts State College, Oct. 16, 1938.
81. “Is Democracy a Myth?” Hartford YMCA, Oct. 19, 1938.
82. Untitled. Colby Junior College, Nov. 18, 1938.
83. “Refugee Problem.” Smith IRC, Nov. 28, 1938.
84. “How Refugees are made & European attempts at a solution.” Springfield FPA, Jan. 11, 1939.
85. Untitled. Holyoke Workers Forum, Jan. 24, 1939.
86. “Is a college education worthwhile?” Harvard, Mar. 16, 1939.
87. “Peace and Learning.” Phi Kappa Phi, Amherst, May 4, 1939; Mt. Holyoke, Memorial Day, 1939.
88. “Education in the totalitarian state: a challenge.” Mt. Holyoke Alumnae College, June 1, 1939.
89. “Education for Peace.” Smith, Oct. 9, 1939.
90. “America and the War in Europe.” First Congregational Church, Holyoke, Oct. 18, [1939].
91. “A Present-Day Peace Program for the United States.” Friends Conference, NY, Nov. 4, 1939.
92. “Do we want peace?” Smith, Nov. 8, 1939.
93. Untitled. Thursday Luncheon Group, Dec. 14, 1939.
94. “Education under the Dictators: A Challenge to America.” Winsted, Jan. 8, 1940.
95. “Education for Defense.” 1st Congregational Church, Newton, Jan. 9, 1940.
96. Untitled. Masters School, Jan. 29, 1940.
97. “Education in the totalitarian countries.” New York, Feb. 17, 1940.
98. “Youth and Social Change.” Cleveland, Mar. 8, 1940.
99. Untitled. YWCA, Atlantic City, Apr. 12, 1940.
100. “The Immigrant in America.” Smith Alumnae College, June 20, 1940.
101. “The Redistribution of Human Talent.” Harvard, July 3, 1940.
102. “1940 Appeal. Smith” / “1940 Appeal, Amherst & Mt. Holyoke.” Sept. 29, 1940.
103. “The Totalitarian Challenge to America.” 2nd Congregational Church, Holyoke, Oct. 4, 1940.
104. “Education in the Totalitarian Countries: A Challenge to Democracy.” Boston Smith Club, Oct. 14, 1940.
105. “Psychological Adjustment of Displaced People.” AAUW, NY, Oct. 21, 1940.
106. “Education for Defense.” Massachusetts Association for Childhood Education, Oct. 26, 1940.
107. “Roads to Peace.” George School, Nov. 17, 1940; Masters School, Jan. 19, 1941.
108. “The Current International Peace.” Newton, Monday Afternoon, Jan. 13, 1941.
109. “America & the War.” Northfield Conference, Jan. 29, 1941.
110. “Education for Defense, an Answer to Hitler’s Challenge.” Wellesley Community Forum, Feb. 2, 1941; College Club, Boston, Mar. 13, 1941.
111. Untitled. I.S.S., Smith, Feb. 16, 1941.
112. “The Peace to Come.” Smith, Apr. 28, [1941].
113. “Why Education Failed in Europe: A Challenge to America.” Brearley School, May 19, 1941.
114. “Can Education & Democracy Survive this War?” Harvard, July 22, 1941.
115. “The Struggle Between Peoples & Ideas.” Cleveland, Oct. 28, 1941.
116. “American Youth Faces Its Future.” Hampshire Forum, Nov. 2, 1941.
117. “Reconstruction of Education in Europe After the War.” Smith Emergency Council, Nov. 18, 1941.
118. “War, Peace and Us.” Putney School, Nov. 23, 1941.
119. “American Youth in a Fascist World.” Brooklyn, Dec. 11, 1941.
120. “The Crisis at Hand.” Springfield Nurses, Jan. 3, 1942.
121. Untitled. Masters School, Jan. 18, 1942.
122. “Smith Little Chapel.” Feb. 24, 1942.
123. “The Transition from War to Peace.” Smith, Mar. 2, 1942.
124. “Strengthening Democracy in Wartime.” Springfield Forum, Apr. 7, 1942.
125. “A Strategy for American Youth.” Classical High School, Springfield, June 9, 1942.
126. “Presuppositions of World Peace.” Smith Alumnae, June 9, 1942.
127. “Education, Culture & Imperialism.” ISSA, Washington, Sept. 3, 1942.
128. “Intellectual Front.” Univ. of Minnesota, Oct. 8, 1942.
129. “Intellectual Cooperation & the League.” WHYN, Oct. 23, 1942.
130. “War on the Intellectual Front.” NY Smith Club, Nov. 6, 1942.
131. “Mount Holyoke Appeal, 1942.”
132. “Commemoration of Czech University.” Smith, Nov. 19, 1942.
133. “Re-Education of Youth After the War.” National Council for the Social Studies, New York, Nov. 28, 1942.
134. “The Lessons of a Year.” Pearl Harbor Commemoration, Dec. 8, 1942.
135. “Dear Friends of the Masters School.” Masters School, Jan. 17, 1943.
136. “A World of Free Peoples: Europe.” YWCA, Cleveland, Jan. 23, 1943.
137. Untitled. Kiwanis, Grinnell, Mar. 16, 1943.
138. Untitled. Grinnell High School, Mar. 17, 1943.
139. “What Future for Germany?” Grinnell, Mar. 17, 1943.
140. “Soviet Russia in War & Peace.” Grinnell, Mar. 22, 1943.
141. “The Period of Transition from War to Peace.” Darien Republican Club, Apr. 3, [1943].
142. “In Defense of the Liberal Arts.” Apr. 14, 1943.
143. “Our Attitude to Germany.” Lansdowne, May 11, 1943.
144. “Chatham Hall Commencement.” June 1, 1943.
145. “The Re-education of Germany.” Univ. of Chicago, July 22, 1943.
146. “The Future of Europe.” Smith Assembly, Aug. 11, 1943.
147. “Planning for the Post-War World.” Springfield, Oct. 3, 1943.
148. Untitled. Grinnell, Oct. 20, 1943.
149. “The Challenge to Education: The Fascist War on Civilization.” Hartford Lecture Series, Nov. 1, 1943.
150. “Students in the World Revolution.” Los Angeles, Nov. 20, 1943.
151. “WSSF Appeal, 1943.” California, Nov. 20-30, 1943.
152. “Education for International Living.” Great Neck, Jan. 18, 1944.
153. “Britain & France in the World of Tomorrow.” The Union, Boston, Apr. 13, 1944.
154. “The U.S. in the Post-War World.” Apr. 20, 1944.
155. “Relations of the Proposed Educational & Cultural Organization to the Specialized International Agencies.” Sept. 22, 1945.
156. “Why an Organization on Education & Cultural Relations?” Undated [1945].
157. “UNESCO.” Dec. 12, 1945.
158. “Illusions and Realities of 1947.” Rockford College, Rockford, IL.
159. “FAO & the United Nations.” Oct. 12, 1948.
160. “FAO and ILO Aiding Children & Youth.” Nov. 1, 1948.
161. “Freeing the Minds of Men.” Fairmont, Nov. 5, 1948.
162. “The Assault on Religion in Eastern Europe.” Washington, D.C., Nov. 10, 1949.
163. “Technical Assistance in Social Welfare to Underdeveloped Countries.” Atlantic City, Apr. 27, 1950.
164. “U.S. Participation in the U.N.” St. Joseph’s, Philadelphia, Oct. 20, 1952.
165. “Soviet Propaganda.” Smith College, Feb. 18, 1953.
166. “Two Worlds in Conflict.” George Williams College, Chicago, June 7, 1953.
167. “Foundations of the United Nations.” Univ. of Kansas, Jan. 25, 1954.
168. “Quotable Quotes on MSP.” [circa 1957].
169. “International Aid for Underdeveloped Areas.” Jan. 31, 1958.
170. “Social Work in Today’s World.” Massachusetts Social Workers, Nov. 5, 1959.
171. “Point Four and the Social Worker.” [circa 1959].
172. “News Editors & Broadcasters.” Oct. 28, 1965.
173. “Problems of US Foreign Policy.” Athens, OH, Nov. 23, 1966.
174. “European Statisticians. May 16, 1968.
175. “2 Fronts.” San Francisco, 1945; Mar. 28, 1969.
176. “UN System: Specialized Agencies.” Wilcox Seminar, Apr. 13, 1970
177. “Staff meeting 4/23/70: Capacity Study.”
178. “The UN in Crisis.” Friends Meeting, Florida Ave., Jan. 4, 1976.
179. “American Citizen of the World.” Middlefield, July 28, 1976.
180. Miscellaneous speaking notes.

Course lectures:

181. “Comparative Education II: Economic & Social Implications.” Smith College, Feb.-May 1937.
182. “Comparative Education II.”
183. “History and Philosophy of Education.” Mt. Holyoke, 1937-1938.
184. “History and Philosophy of Education.” Reading lists, handouts.
185. “Youth Problems.” Education 32b, Smith College, 1941.
186. “Problems of American Education.” Education 41a, 1941-1942.
187. “Youth and Social Change.” Springfield, 1941-1942; Harvard-Boston Univ. Extension Courses.
188. Education 22a, Smith College, 1942-1943.
189. “Youth and Social Change.” Education 32a, Smith College, 1943-1944.
190. “Post-War Education.” Springfield, 1943-1944; Harvard-Boston Univ. Extension Courses.
191. Examinations, 1937-1944.


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1. “Universalökonomie und Weltwirtschaft.” Undated.
2. “Haben Sie gut geschlafen?” Undated.
3. “International Understanding and the Written Word.” Undated.
4. “Fellow Students…” [Vox Studentium]. Undated.
5. “The Youth Movement Explained.” Review, circa 1927.
6. “I.S.S. and the University.” Mount Holyoke, 1931.
7. “The University in the Social Order.” I.S.S. Annual Conference, Brno, Czechoslovakia.
8. “Die neue Sintflut.” Annual report, 1933.
9. “The Overcrowding of the Universities and Unemployment among Graduates in Europe. Introductory Report.” Sept. 20-22, 1933.
10. “Reflections on a Visit to Germany. May 1933.”
11. “Can Education meet the Fundamental Needs of Society?” 13th Annual I.S.S. Conference, Bouffement.
12. “Six Thousand Eight Hundred Intellectuals in Exile from Germany.” 1934.
13. “Political Leadership and the Universities.” Undated.
14. “Christian Untouchables.” Nov. 20, 1935.
15. “Memo on Courses of Study in the Division of the Social Sciences.” Feb. 1936.
16. “Notes on Dr. Kotschnig’s Visit to U.S.A. January 6 - March 10th 1936.”
17. “Notes on Dr. Kotschnig’s Visit to U.S.A. March 11 to March 20, 1936.”
18. “Notes on Dr. Kotschnig’s Visit to the U.S.A. March 23 to April 11.”
19. “Notes on Dr. Kotschnig’s Visit to the U.S.A. April 13 to April 18.”
20. “Notes on Dr. Kotschnig’s Visit to U.S.A. Winter 1936.”
21. “Situations of and Opportunities for Displaced German Scholars in the United States. Report by Walter M. Kotschnig on his Visit to American Colleges and Universities, February 15 - April 24, 1936.
22. “Memo by Walter M. Kotschnig on Visit to Middle West, Pacific Coast and South March 15 to April 25, 1936.”
23. Unemployment in the Learned Professions (1937). Part 1: “The Rush for Higher Education.”
24. Unemployment in the Learned Professions (1937). Part 2: “The Plight of the Learned Professions.”
25. Unemployment in the Learned Professions (1937). Part 3: “Counter-incomes.”
26. Unemployment in the Learned Professions (1937). Part 4: “Occupational and Educational Planning.”
27. Unemployment in the Learned Professions. Corrections.
28 “Memorandum on Dr. Kotschnig’s Study ‘Unemployment in the Learned Professions’.” Nov. 1, 1937.
29. “Some Reflections on the Treatment of Jews and Non-Aryans in Germany and on the Measures Designed to Help Them.” Nov. 1938.
30. World Education. Notes to issues.
31. The United Nations and Promotion of the General Welfare. Brookings Institution Study. “Tentative Outline.”
32. The United Nations and Promotion of the General Welfare. “Introduction.”
33. The United Nations and Promotion of the General Welfare. Chapter 1: “Scope and Limitation of International Action.”
34. The United Nations and Promotion of the General Welfare. Chapter 2: “Organizational Developments: The United Nations and the Specialized Agencies.”
35. The United Nations and Promotion of the General Welfare. Chapter 3: “The Problem of Coordination.”
36. The United Nations and Promotion of the General Welfare. Chapter 4: “Techniques of International Cooperation in Economic, Social, and Related Fields.”
37. The United Nations and Promotion of the General Welfare. Chapter 11: “Promotion of Higher Standards of Living.”
38. The United Nations and Promotion of the General Welfare. Chapter 12: “Welfare and Social Defense.”
39. The United Nations and Promotion of the General Welfare. Chapter 13: “Education, Science, and Culture.”
40. The United Nations and Promotion of the General Welfare. Chapter 14: “Community Organization and Development.”
41. “The National Mind--English, French, German. By Michael Demiashkevich.” Review, 1938.
42. “The Development of Education in the Twentieth Century. By Adolph E. Meyer.” Review, 1939.
43. “Not by Arms Alone. By Hans Kohn.” Review, 1940.
44. “Memorandum for a Committee of the United States Committee of International Student Service Engaged in Preparing a Volume on American Education.” 1941.
45. “Proposed I.S.S. Publication on Higher Education in the U.S.” Rockefeller Foundation project, June 1941.
46. “The Educational Philosophy of National Socialism. By George Frederick Kneller.” Review, 1941.
47. “Degrees for Exchange Students.” Undated.
48. “Duggan, Stephen. A Professor at Large.” Review, 1943.
49. “DeMarko, Roland R. The Italianization of African Natives.” Review, 1943.
50. "Memorandum Regarding the Establishment of an International Division within the United States Office of Education." Mar. 1943.
51. "Proposal for the Training of Relief and Reconstruction Workers for Liberated Poland (to be offered at the Smith College Summer School, 1943)."
52. "Education for a World Rebuilt." MacDonald College, Quebec, Sept. 11, 1943.
53. "Lecture by Professor Kotschnig for the Commission to Study the Organization of Peace." New School for Social Research, Feb. 10, 1944.
54. "Major Considerations in the Organization of Europe." July 26 – Aug. 28, 1944.
55. "Problems of Educational Reconstruction." Sept. 1944.
56. "Draft Remarks Commanding Civic Organizations, etc. for Fostering Discussion of the Dumbarton Oaks Proposals." Oct. 1944.

Folders 57-67: Speeches written for the Under Secretary of State, Edward R. Stettinius, Jr.:
57. "Remarks of Edward R. Stettinius, Jr., (Under) Secretary of State, expressing his appreciation to New York University at the time of receiving an honorary degree of Doctor of Laws." Oct. 18, 1944.
58. "Remarks of the Honorable Edward R. Stettinius, Jr. Acting Secretary of State, on the occasion of receiving an honorary degree of Doctor of Engineering from Stevens Institute of Technology." Oct. 28, 1944.
59. "Remarks of the Honorable Edward R. Stettinius, Jr., Under Secretary of State, on VE-Day." Nov. 11, 1944.
60. "Draft of Mr. Wilson's Address Before the Exports Managers Club and the National Foreign Creditors Managers Association, New York, November 14, 1944."
61. "Address on the Dumbarton Oaks Proposals by Mr. Edwin C. Wilson, Director of the Office of Special Political Affairs, Department of State." [Nov. 1944].
62. [Stettinius, Edward R., Jr.]. "To the American Foreign Service." Nov. 25, 1944.
63. "Message to the League of Nations Association on the event of the 25th Anniversary celebration of the founding of the League of Nations."
64. [Stettinius, Edward R., Jr.]. "Opening Remarks of the Secretary of State at the Meeting of Magazine Editors and Writers, New York, December 8, 1944."
65. "Opening Remarks of the Secretary of State at the Meeting of the American Peace Society, Dumbarton Oaks, December 13, 1944."
66. "Statement by Secretary of State Edward R. Stettinius, Jr." Mar. 5, 1945.
67. "First Draft of the Secretary's Remarks at the Second Meeting of the United Nations Conference on International Organization, San Francisco, April 26, 1945."
68. "Education and the United Nations." Association of American Colleges, Atlantic City, Jan. 11, 1945.
69. "International Education." United Nations Conference, New Haven, Jan. 12-13, 1945.
70. "Visit to Atlantic City, New Haven, Connecticut, and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania." Jan. 17, 1945.
71. "Toward World Economic and Social Integration." 1949.
72. "Economic and Social Foundations of the United Nations." Apr. 19-20, 1951.
73. "United States Delegation to the United Nations Economic and Social Council. Thirteenth Session. Synopsis of Remarks in the Social Committee by the Honorable Walter Kotschnig, Deputy United States Representative to ECOSOC." Aug. 1, 1951.
74. "Transcript of Remarks by the Honorable Walter Kotschnig, Deputy United States Representative, Responding to the Statements of Several Other Delegations on the Draft Convention on Freedom of Information." Aug. 15, 1951.
75. "Statement by the Honorable Walter Kotschnig, Deputy Representative of the United States in the Economic and Social Council, on the World Social Situation." July 14, 1952.
76. "Challenge to UNESCO." Mar. 3, 1954.
77. "Notes for Mr. Key's Speech in Miami." May 6, 1954.
78. "UNESCO National Commission action on security cases in UNESCO Secretariat." Oct. 19, 1954.
79. "Attempted Communist Infiltration of World University Service." Mar. 22, 1955.
80. "US Position at the UN Conference in Geneva on Proposed Slavery Convention." Sept. 28, 1956.
81. "Allegations of Communist Infiltrations in the United Nations." Sept. 30, 1957.
82. "Social Development and Foreign Policy." 1959.
83. "Ministry of Planning: Its Position Within the Royal Government of Afghanistan and Problems of Coordination and Coordination of Policies and Actions of the RGA regarding the Economic, Social, and Related Activities of the United Nations and other Inter-governmental Organizations." Kabul, Afghanistan, Oct. 10, 1959.
84. "United Nations Decade of Development. Consultations in Paris and London, October 1961. Report submitted by Walter M. Kotschnig, Director, Office of International Economic and Social Affairs."

Folders 85-96: Economic Commission for Asia and the Far East (ECAFE) speeches:
85. "Reflections after Bangalore: India and the United States." Feb. 25, 1956.
86. "Reply by Mr. Walter Kotschnig, Acting United States Representative, to Observations Made by the Representative of the USSR in the discussion of the 'Economic Situation in Asia'." Bangkok, 1957.
87. Untitled statement. Mar. 18, 1957.
88. "Remarks of the Representative of the United States on the Occasion of the 10th Year Anniversary of ECAFE." Bangkok, Mar. 20, 1957.
89. "Mekong." Mar. 26, 1957.
90. "U.N. Technical Assistance. Statement by the U.S. Representative, Dr. Walter M. Kotschnig, at the 13th Session of the Economic Commission for Asia and the Far East."
91. "Family levels of Living. Speech by Dr. Walter M. Kotschnig, Acting U.S. Representative to the 14th Session of ECAFE, Kuala Lumpur, March 13, 1958."
92. "Progress and Problems of Industrialization. Speech delivered by Dr. Walter M. Kotschnig, Chairman U.S. Delegation to ECAFE Committee on Industry and Natural Resources. February 25, 1958."
93. "Closing speech 3/15 [1958]." Kuala Lumpur.
94. "Progress and Problems of Industrialization in the ECAFE Region. Statement delivered on February 1, 1962 by Dr. Walter Kotschnig, U.S. Representative to the Fourteenth Session of the ECAFE Committee on Industry and Natural Resources, Bangkok."
95. "The Economic Situation in Asia. Remarks by Dr. Walter M. Kotschnig, Chairman of United States Delegation to 21st Session of ECAFE."
96. "Report of the 4th Conference of Statisticians."

Folders 97-101: Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) speeches:
97. "Statement by Mr. W. M. Kotschnig, Observer of the United States of America at the First Session of the Economic Commission for Africa." Jan. 1, 1959.
98. "Statement by Mr. Walter M. Kotschnig, Observer of the United States of America, to the Third Session of the Economic Commission for Africa, in Addis Ababa." Feb. 13, 1961.
99. "Discours de l'honorable Walter M. Kotschnig, observateur des Etats-Unis d'Amerique, à la cinquième session de la commission economique pour l'Afrique." Leopoldville, Feb. 22, 1963.
100. "Statement by the Honorable Walter M. Kotschnig, Observer of the United States of America, to the Fifth Session of the Economic Commission for Africa." Leopoldville, Feb. 22, 1963.
101. "Report of the United States Delegation to the Fifth Session of the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa." Mar. 8, 1963.

102. "Welcoming Remarks to the International Population Conference organized by the International Union for the Scientific Study of Population." New York, Sept. 11, 1961.
103. Seventeenth Session of the Economic Commission for Europe. "Work of the Commission as a Whole." Apr. 28, 1962.
104. Seventeenth Session of the Economic Commission for Europe. "Economic Survey of Europe in 1961." May 1962.
105. U.S. Delegation to the 34th Session of the Economic and Social Council. "General Review of the Development, Coordination and Concentration of the Economic, Social and Human Rights Programs and Activities of the United Nations and the Specialized Agencies as a Whole. Challenges, Achievements and Hopes." July 13, 1962.
106. FAO General Conference, 1963. "The Inside Story of the Battle of South Africa."
107. "Contingency Speech on Civil Rights." Aug. 1, 1963.
108. "UNCTAD. "Institutional Arrangements." Apr. 10, 1964.
109. "The United Nations as an Investment of Economic and Social Cooperation and Development: Need for a New Design." Mar. 1, 1965.

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1. "Statement by Walter M. Kotschnig, Chairman of the U.S. Delegation to the 20th Session of the Economic Commission for Europe on Work of the Commission as a Whole." Geneva, Apr. 30, 1965.
2. "The 20th Plenary Session of the Economic Commission for Europe, Geneva, April 21-May 8, 1965. Observations by the Chairman of the U.S. Delegation." May 18, 1965.
3. "The Quest for a Better Life." July 30, 1965.
4. "United Nations Development Program: Achievement and Promise." Jan. 16, 1967.
5. Bureau of International Organizations Affairs, Dept. of State. "The Technical Assistance Programs of the United Nations System of Organizations: Review and Evaluation." Feb. 1967.
6. 77th UNESCO Executive Board. "Co-operation with the United Nations Development Programs." Oct. 20, 1967.

Folders 116-117: UNIDO speeches:
7. "The Program and Work of UNIDO." Apr. 13, 1967.
8. "Facts and Ideas on Industrialization. Statement by the Honorable Walter M. Kotschnig, Chairman, United States Delegation to the International Symposium on Industrial Development, Athens, December 1, 1967."
9. "International Symposium on Industrial Development (UNIDO), Athens, November 29-December 19, 1967. Report of the United States Delegation." Dec. 20, 1967.
10. "UNIDO 1969 and Thereafter." Geneva, Apr. 29, 1969.
11. "Comments on proposed President's Speech at Glassboro, Section IX." May 29, 1968.
12. "Development of Modern Management Techniques and Use of Computers." Oct. 3, 1968.
13. "Natural Disasters: Agenda for Action." Oct. 30, 1968.
14. "National Council for Social Studies, State Department, 11/25/68."
15. "Coordination and Concerted Action in the United Nations System of Organizations." Dec. 9, 1968.
16. "United States Participation in Multilateral Development Assistance." Feb. 1969.
17. "International Organizations and Their Role in Development." Defense Intelligence School, Feb. 20, 1969.
18. "Statement before the Committee on Foreign Relations of the United States Senate by Mr. Walter M. Kotschnig, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for International Organization Affairs, on proposed accession by the United States of America to the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs, 1961." [circa 1970].
19. "Improving Coordination Within the UN System of Organizations." Meeting of U.S. Representatives to International Organizations, May 1, 1970.
20. "The Third World: Remaking the United Nations." World Affairs Council, May 19, 1970.
21. "United Nations Action Against Drug Use." July 20, 1970.
22. "Science and Technology in the United Nations." Jan. 11, 1971.
23. "United Nations Fund for Drug Abuse Control (UNFDAC)." [circa 1971].
24. "Plan for Concerted Action Against Drug Abuse Proposed by the Secretary-General." 1971.
25. "Tentative Work Program and Projects Eligible for Financial Support from UN Fund for Drug Abuse Control (UNFDAC)." Apr. 6, 1971.
26. "Measures to Improve the Organization of the Work of the Council." Apr. 1971.
27. "SYG UNFDAC Anniversary Letter." Feb. 29, 1972.
28. "UNFDAC: Full Funding. Action Memorandum." Sept. 1972.
29. "UNFDAC: Fund Raising Campaign. Action Memorandum Prepared by Walter M. Kotschnig. Special UN Consultant on Drug Abuse Control." Oct. 16, 1972.
30. Commission to Study the Organization of Peace. "Strategy for U.S. Participation in the United Nations." Feb. 15, 1974.
31. Commission to Study the Organization of Peace. "Toward a New Economic Order: Challenge to the United Nations." Drafts, 1974-1976.
32. "The United Nations in the Perspective of Change." Draft, Mar. 7, 1975.
33. "The United Nations in the Perspective of Change." Draft, Apr. 7, 1975.
34. "The US Role in the United Nations: A Reassessment." Apr. 1975.
35. "New Concepts and Structures for International Economic Cooperation." Rensselaerville, NY, May 16, 1975.
36. "Foreign Affairs – Ideas & Formulation." Sept. 1975.
37. "Elfan Rees: 'Consultative Arrangements between the United Nations Economic and Social Council and Non-Governmental Organizations'." Mar. 5, 1977.
38. UNITAR/NGO paper. Notes and materials. Mar. 1977.


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39. Atlee, Clement R. "Experiences of a Prime Minister. The Civil Servant in Great Britain."
40. Baker, John C. "The End – or the Beginning."
41. Binder, Carroll. "Statement by M. Carroll Binder in the Sub-Commission on Freedom of Information." 1952.
42. Blankfort, Henry. "So Far So Good." War Activities Film Script, Sept. 5, 1944.
43. Bourquin, Jacques. "Report on the Freedom of Information." Amsterdam, June 1949.
44. Broadley, Sir Herbert. "Note on the UNESCO Meeting on Human Rights held at Oxford, 11 to 19 November 1965."
45. Cherrington, Ben M. "The Re-education of the Axis Peoples."
46. Cohn, Alfred E. "Constitution of United States Student Assembly." Dec. 1942.
47. Cohn, Alfred E. "The United States Committee of the International Student Service."
48. Cockrell, Ewing. "Peace Prescription for Germany."
49. Cohn, Alfred E. "Draft plan for I.S.S. Study – group and conference work, 1940-42, on 'The Basis of a Durable Peace'."
50. Danner, James W. "The American Plan for Winning the War and the Peace."
51. de Blonay, André de. "Over Seven Hundred Polish Internee Students at Work in Switzerland. A Report to the Kosciuszko Foundation and the Polish National Council in the United States."
52. de la Harpe, Jean. "Report preliminaire sur l'organisation internationale. Leçons à tirer des expériences récentes."
53. de Ropp, Stefan. "Notes on a Speech Delivered At the Conference on Educational Reconstruction at New York University on April 8, 1943."
54. Dunham, Donald. "Spreaders of Lies."
55. Eagleton, Clyde. "Origins [of the I.S.S.]."
56. Eliscu, Edward. "Adventure in Prosperity. A Short Film on Prosperity Through International Trade." Sept. 26, 1944.
57. Flynn, John T. "Bureau of Globaloney."
58. Ghosh, D. "Global Problem of Drug Abuse Control." 1973.
59. Goldschmidt, Arthur E. "Role of Non-Governmental Organizations." 1977.
60. Green, James Frederick. "The United Nations and Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights: The Role of Non-Governmental Organizations." Mar. 16-20, 1977.
61. Guye, M. Robert. "Classification by Occupations of Higher Education Graduates." Feb. 1940.
62. Heimann, Eduard. "I. L. Kandel. The End of an Era." Review.
63. Johnson, Alvin. "Outline of a projected study of Private Work Camps in the United States, June 1941 to May 1943."
64. Kandel, I. L. "Interchangeable Parts in Education."
65. Kefauver, Grayson N. "Peace Aims Call for International Action in Education."
66. Lane, Robert E. "Proposal to Include a Work Camp Program in the Regular Activities of International Student Service."
67. "Remarks for the Annual Dinner for Directors (Council on Foreign Relations), October 6, 1977."
68. Ludington, Flora B. "Summary of British Council Activities, 1936-42" / "Books and the Sword – Symbols of Our Time."
69. MacCracken, John H. "Supply and Demand in the Professions. Prolegomena to Educational Planning."
70. Mayer, Vladimir A. "Les quatre couleurs, ou l'histoire d'un pretre qui croyait ne pas croire en dieu et qui est devanu pape. Mystère en quatre scènes."
71. McNutt, Paul V. "Civilian Morale and the Colleges." Feb. 6, 1941.
72. Pasvolsky, Leo. "Address delivered at the closing session of the United Nations Institute on Post-War Security, at Cincinnati, Ohio, November 18, 1944."
73. Poulson, Harper. "The European Student Service Fund and International Student Service – What Really Happened --."
74. Rees, Elfan. "Consultative Arrangements between the United Nations Economic and Social Council and Non-Government Organizations." 1977.
75. Russell, Francis H. "Toward a Lasting Peace." (Suggestions for a Movie Script). Dec. 20, 1944.
76. Schneebeli, Max. "A Report and an Appeal. Prepared for the Trustees of the Payne Fund." Christmas 1936.
77. Schurmann, Carl W. A. "The First Two Years of the United Nations Fund for Drug Abuse Control."
78. Schurmann, Carl W. A. "Statement by Mr. C.W.A. Schurmann, Personal representative of the Secretary General in Charge of the United Nations Fund for Drug Abuse Control (UNFDAC)." 1973.
79. Shepard, Albert. "Democracy Is Discipline."
80. Shuster, George N. "The Creed of International Student Service."
81. Sohn, Louis B. "New Aspects of the International Protection of Human Rights." June 1977.
82. Stevenson, Adlai E. "Statement to the United Nations, to the United Nations Economic and Social Council. 1965 – A Turning Point." July 9, 1965.
83. Turner, Carol. "Germany." [circa 1944].
84. Wellman, Harvey R. "Address on International Aspects of Drug Abuse Control for 23rd Annual Pharmacy Seminar. University of Georgia Center for Continuing Education, Athens, Georgia, April 16, 1971."
85. Weston, Harold. "American Volunteers for Freedom."
86. Weston, Harold. "Proposal for Civilian Rehabilitation Corps." [circa Apr. 1942].


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Series 7: Publications of Walter M. Kotschnig, 1923-1971

Box 14
Folder

1. The University in a Changing World. 1932 (with Elined Prys).
2. Slaves Need No Leaders. 1943.
3. The United Nations and Promotion of the General Welfare. 1957.
4. Vox Studentium, ed. Donald Grant. Vol. I, no. 1-9 (1923).
5. Vox Studentium, ed. Donald Grant. Vol. II, no. 1-9 (1924-1925).
6. Vox Studentium, ed. Walter M. Kotschnig. Vol. III, no. 1-9 (1925-1926).
7. Vox Studentium, ed. Dr. & Mrs. Walter M. Kotschnig. Vol. IV, no. 1 - Vol. V, no. 3 (1926-1927).
8. Vox Studentium, ed. M. A. Craig McGeachy. Vol. V, no. 1-3 (1928).
9. World Education, Assistant Editor Walter M. Kotschnig. May 1938 – May 1940.
10. "Universalökonomie und Weltwirtschaft." July 3, 1924.
11. Böhler, Eugen. "Der klassische Begriff der Weltwirtschaft." Galley proofs. May 25, 1925.
12. "Weltwirtschaft und Universalökonomie." Oct. 1925.
13. "'Commis voyageur en idéologie." Apr. 1928.
14. "Die Hochschule in der Krise der Zeit. Neue Aufgaben des Weltstudentenwerks." Dec. 1930.
15. "Modern Trends in Education and School News of Interest to Teacher and Layman." Feb. 1, 1931.
16. "Keen Interest Abroad Aided By Conditions. Lack of Adequate Leadership Influences Foreign Students to Active Part." Dec. 6, 1931.
17. "The Soul of Young Europe." Aug. 1934.
18. "Nationalism in European Universities." Sept. 1, 1934.
19. "Exiled German Intellectuals Get Aid." Jan. 13, 1935.
20. "Planless Education. An International Study of the Unemployment in the Learned Professions." Mar. 1935.
21. "Education dirigee (Planless Education). Etude Internationale sur le Surpeuplement des Universités et le Chômage des étudiants diplômés." 1935.
22. "Light from Des Moines." May 8, 1937.
23. "What can a typical Friends' Meeting do to bring about a better social order?" Sept. 1937.
24. "Depression, Recovery and Higher Education: A Review and a Pre-View." Dec. 13, 1937.
25. "Demand and Supply in the Learned Professions." Feb. 14, 1938.
26. "The National MindEnglish, French and German. By Michael Demiashkevich." Review, Mar. 1939.
27. "The Learned Class in Germany Today." Mar. 22-25, 1939.
28. "Art and the Child." Oct. 1939.
29. "Educating the Elite in Europe." Oct. 1939.
30. "Educational Changes in Germany, 1936-1939." Oct. 1939.
31. "The International Bureau of University Statistics." Jan. 1940.
32. "Toward Building a New World Order." Apr. 12, 1940.
33. "The Fault Is Ours." Jan. 1941.
34. "Education in the Balance." Sept. 23, 1941.
35. "Comparative Education. By Henry L. Smith." Review, Oct. 1941.
36. "Haben Sie gut geschlafen ...?" Dec. 27, 1941.
37. The Educational Philosophy of National Socialism. By George Frederick Kneller." Review, Jan. 1942.
38. "Problems of Education after the War." Apr. 1942.
39. "Educational Reconstruction." June 1942.
40. "Presuppositions of World Peace." June 1942.
41. "Relief" (excerpt from Slaves Need No Leaders). Oct. 1942.
42. "Presuppositions of World Peace." Oct. 12 – Nov. 23, 1942.
43. "Post-War Education in the United States." Dec. 1942.

Box 15
Folder

1. "Tells America of Job Abroad. Educator Asserts We Cannot Impose Our Methods on War-Wrecked Schools." Dec. 13, 1942.
2. "The Messianic Complex." Written with I. L. Kandel, Feb. 6, 1943.
3. "Slaves or Freemen?" Feb. 25, 1943.
4. "The School in Colonial Expansion. The Italianization of African Natives, by Roland R. DeMarco." Review, 1943.
5. "Reconstructing Education in Europe after the War." May 1943.
6. "The Time Is Now." May 1943.
7. "Education for a World Rebuilt." Oct. 1943.
8. "Re-Education Of People Of Nazi And Occupied Lands Is Big Peace Task." Dec. 22, 1943.
9. "V. Education and Imperialism." 1944.
10. "VI. Education for a New World Order." 1944.
11. "World Order Through Education." 1944.
12. "The Professions – A Gaze into the Crystal Ball." Page proofs. Apr. 14, 1944; article, Apr. 25, 1944.
13. "Toward an IOECD: Some Major Issues Involved." July 1944.
14. "Realism in Educational Reconstruction." Sept. 1944.
15. "Education and the United Nations." Mar. 1945.
16. "ECOSOC 1948: A Review and Forecast." Mar. 1949.
17. "The United Nations – Road to Economic and Social Progress." Summer 1949.
18. "Forced Labor Conditions in Communist-Dominated Countries." Sept. 25, 1950.
19. "Forced Labor. Who are the Real Criminals?" Mar. 15, 1951.
20. "Investigation of Forced Labor Conditions in U.S.S.R. and Satellites Urged." Apr. 2, 1951.
21. "What Was Oatis' Crime? An Honest Newspaperman doing an Honest and Conscientious Job." Aug. 15, 1951.
22. "Economic and Social Foundations of the United Nations." Oct. 1951.
23. "U.S. Presents Evidence of Forced Labor in U.S.S.R." July 14, 1952.
24. "World Social Situation. The Way of the Free and the Way of the Slave." July 14, 1952.
25. "Human Welfare: A Practical Objective." July 28, 1952.
26. "Coordinating the Programs of the United Nations." July 19, 1955.
27. "The Economic Situation in Asia." Written with Howard P. Jones, Mar. 5, 1956.
28. "The United States Government, Non-Governmental Organizations and the United Nations." Apr. 1956.
29. "The U.N. Economic Commission for Asia and the Far East." May 13, 1957.
30. "Review of Economic and Social Programs and Activities of the United Nations and Specialized Agencies." Sept. 9, 1957.
31. "International Aid for Underdeveloped Countries." Feb. 24, 1958.
32. "Social Action: An Instrument of Foreign Policy." May 11, 1958.
33. "United Nations Economic and Social Council." Written with Christopher H. Phillips, Sept. 1, 1958.
34. "Planning Economic and Social Development." Sept. 23, 1959.
35. Economic and Social Council Committee on Programme Appraisals. "Programme Appraisal 1959-1964. Consolidated Report." First draft, Jan. 23, 1960.
36. Economic and Social Council Committee on Programme Appraisals. "Programme Appraisal 1959-1964. Consolidated Report." Working paper No. 3/Rev. 1, Mar. 28, 1960.
37. "Social Development and Foreign Policy." May 1960.
38. "African Development." Feb. 22, 1963.
39. "Health – Key to Development." Autumn 1966.
40. "The United Nations as an Instrument of Economic and Social Development." Winter 1968.
41. "Natural Disasters: Agenda for Action." Oct. 30, 1968.
42. "Facts and Ideas on Industrialization." Dec. 1, 1968.
43. "Science and Technology in the United Nations." Jan. 11, 1971.


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Series 8: Photographs, circa 1920-1972

Box 16A
Folder

1. Studio portrait photo of Foss Shanahan, President of ECOSOC.
2 Studio portrait photos (15) of Walter M. Kotschnig, 1920s-1970s.

Box 16B
Folder

1. Poland, 1944-1946. 67 photographs of war-destroyed areas of Poland.
2. UN Commission to Study War Devastated Areas. 43 photographs of Commission in Poland, photographed by Jerzy Baranowski, Film Polski.
3. UN Commission to Study War Devastated Areas. 33 photographs of Commission in Czechoslovakia, photographed by Ceskoslovenská tisková kancelá.

Box 16C
Folder

Official photographs, Department of State, United Nations, 1945-1964

1. UNESCO Prep Commission. London, 1945-1946. 2 photos.
2. August 1947. 2 photos.
3. UN Conference on Freedom of Information. Geneva, 1948. 8 photos.
4. Youth Looks at the UN radio program. San Francisco, April 2, 1949. 1 photo.
5. International Labor Organization meeting. Geneva, 1949. 9 photos.
6. Burma, 1952. 10 photos.
7. 16th ECOSOC. Geneva, 1953. 31 photos.
8. Canadian party, Dec. 1953. 2 photos.
9. Montevideo conference, 1954. 1 photo.
10. New York, 1954. 9 photos.
11. New York, 1955. 5 photos.
12. UNESCO. Buenos Aires, 1956. 8 photos.
13. 21st ECOSOC. New York, April-May 1956. 7 photos.
14. ECOSOC. Geneva, 1956. 8 photos.
15. Slavery Conference. Geneva, 1956. 4 photos.
16. Dept. of State, 1957. 2 photos.
17. 23rd ECOSOC. New York, April 1957. 4 photos.
18. ECOSOC. New York, April 1960. 3 photos.
19. 31st ECOSOC. New York, April 1961. 1 photo.
20. UN FAO Conference. Rome, February 1962. 3 photos.
21. UNESCO, Istanbul, September 1962. 5 photos.
22. Department of State, 1962. 3 photos.
23. FAO Conference, 1963. 2 photos.
24. UNESCO, 1964. 2 photos.
25. ECOSOC. Geneva, July-August 1964. 10 photos.

Box 17A
Folder

Official photographs, Department of State, United Nations, 1965-1972

1. 1965. 1 photo.
2. ECOSOC. Geneva, Summer 1965. 3 photos.
3. Department of State, 1966. 1 photo.
4. UNIDO. Athens, Greece, December 1967. 21 photos.
5. February 1968. 1 photo.
6. Department of State, 1968. 1 photo.
7. ECOSOC, 1968. 12 photos.
8. ECOSOC, 1969. 3 photos.
9. FAO. Rome, November 1969. 4 photos.
10. Department of State, 1970. 10 photos.
11. ECOSOC. Geneva, Summer 1970. 2 photos.
12. UN Narcotics Commission, Special Session. Geneva, September 28 – Oct. 3, 1970. 3 photos.
13. ECOSOC, 1970s. 13 photos.
14. Undated. 31 photos.
15. Undated. Photographer: David Parlet, Baltimore, MD. 1 photo.
16. Undated. Photographer: J. Cadoux, Geneva. 11 photos.
17. Undated. Photographer: J. G. Cadoux, Geneva. 13 photos.
18. Undated. Photographer: G. G. Vuarchex, Geneva. 3 photos.
19. Undated. Photographer: Leo Rosenthal, New York. 19 photos.

Box 17B
Folder

Photographs of UN ECAFE (Economic Commission for Asia and the Far East) and ECA (Economic Commission for Africa) Conferences, 1956-1965

1. ECAFE Conference. Bangalore, India, 1956. 43 photos.
2. ECAFE Conference. Bangkok, 1957. 33 photos.
3. ECA Conference. Addis Ababa, 1958. 14 photos.
4. ECAFE Conference. Kuala Lumpur, 1958. 30 photos.
5. ECAFE Conference. Bangkok, September 1959. 7 photos.
6. ECAFE Conference. Bangkok, January-February 1962. 17 photos.
7. ECA Conference. Leopoldville, 1963. 4 photos.
8. ECAFE Conference. New Zealand, 1965. 12 photos.
9. Bangkok, April 1965. 8 photos.

Box 17C

Snapshot photos, including personal photographs, informal gatherings of Kotschnig with other U.N. and Dept. of State personnel, many identified on verso of photograph (circa 385 photos)


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Series 9: Subject Files, 1939-1972

Box 18
Folder

1. League of Nations, 1938-1939.
2. Comments and Proposed Amendments Concerning the Dumbarton Oaks Proposals. May 7, 1945. Kotschnig's personal copy, with annotations.
3. Charter of the United Nations. Report to the President on the Results of the San Francisco Conference by the Chairman of the United States Delegation, The Secretary of State. June 16, 1945. Kotschnig's personal copy, autographed by the members of the United States Delegation.
4. "Recommendations with Respect to Specific Articles formulated by the United States Commission on Human Rights at its Second Session in Geneva in December 1947."
5. ECAFE, Kuala Lumpur, March 1958.
6. Personnel efficiency ratings, 1960s.
7. ECAFE clippings, 1965.
8. International Symposium on Industrial Development (UNIDO), Athens, November 29-December 19, 1967.
9. International Organizations – Reorganization Management Survey, 1970.
10. United Nations Economic and Social Council. Publications, 1971-1972.
11. United Nations Economic and Social Council. Publications, 1973-1975.
12. UNESCO. Clippings, notes.
13. United Nations General Assembly. Publications.
14. United Nations Seventh Special Session of the General Assembly, 1-12 September 1975.
15. United Nations Seventh Special Session of the General Assembly. Clippings, 1-16 September 1975.
16. United Nations Seventh Special Session. Notes.
17. Second United Nations Development Decade. Publications, notes, 1975.
18. Adhoc Committee on the Restructuring of the Economic and Social Sectors of the United Nations System, 1975-1977.
19. United Nations. Clippings, notes.

Box 19
Folder

1. Convention on Narcotic Drugs, March 30-Aug. 1, 1961.
2. U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations Hearings on accession by the US to the Single Convention on Narcotics Drugs 1961, April 27, 1967.
3. World Plan of Action Against Drug Addiction, 1967-1970.
4. Special Session of UN Commission on Narcotic Drugs, Geneva, September 28-October 2, 1970.
5. "Report of the United Nations Project Preparation Mission to Thailand in the Field of Narcotics Control, 1 October – 9 December 1970."
6. United Nations Fund for Drug Abuse Control, 1970.
7. United Nations Fund for Drug Abuse Control, 1971.
8. Consultative Mission to East and Central Europe, 1971-1972.
9. United Nations Fund for Drug Abuse Control – Thailand, 1971.
10. United Nations Fund for Drug Abuse Control – Thailand, 1972.
11. United Nations Fund for Drug Abuse Control – Thailand, 1973.
12. United Nations Fund for Drug Abuse Control – Thailand, background materials.
13. United Nations Fund for Drug Abuse Control, 1972.
14. Reorganization of Narcotics Activities, 1972.
15. United Nations Fund for Drug Abuse Control. Summary Report, December 1972.
16. United Nations Fund for Drug Abuse Control – Afghanistan, 1972-1973.
17. United Nations Fund for Drug Abuse Control – Burma, 1972-1973.
18. United Nations Fund for Drug Abuse Control – Lebanon, 1972.
19. United Nations Fund for Drug Abuse Control, 1973.
20. United Nations Fund for Drug Abuse Control – Southeast Asia, 1973.

Box 20
Folder

1. United Nations Economic and Social Council, Commission on Narcotic Drugs, 1970.
2. United Nations Economic and Social Council, Commission on Narcotic Drugs, 1971.
3. United Nations Economic and Social Council, Commission on Narcotic Drugs, 1972.
4. United Nations Economic and Social Council, Commission on Narcotic Drugs, 1973.
5. United Nations Economic and Social Council, Commission on Narcotic Drugs, 1974.
6. United Nations General Assembly, Action on Narcotics, October-November 1970.
7. United Nations General Assembly, Action on Narcotics, 1972.
8. Staffing of the Division of Narcotic Drugs, 1971.
9. United Nations Conference for the Adoption of a Protocol on Psychotropic Substances, Vienna, January 11 – February 21, 1971.
10. Amendments to Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs 1961, March 1971-1972.
11. World Health Organization, 1971-1972.
12. UNESCO Program on Drug Education, 1972.
13. Consultants' Meeting, Geneva, March 6-16, 1972.
14. United Nations Division of Narcotic Drugs, Provisional Program of Operation, 1972-1973.
15. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 1972.
16. Ad Hoc Inter-Agency Meeting on Narcotics Questions, London, March 1972.
17. Ad Hoc Inter-Agency Meeting on Narcotics Questions, Geneva, 24-26 July 1972.
18. Consultants Meeting, Geneva, November 1972.
19. Inter-Agency Committee for Co-ordination of Activities in the Field of Drug Abuse Control, Geneva, 17-19 September 1973.
20. International Narcotics Control Board (INCB).
21. United Nations Division of Narcotic Drugs Information Letter, 1971-1974.
22. United Nations films.
23. U.S. government publications on narcotics.
24. Miscellaneous reports on narcotics issues.
25. Miscellaneous materials, clippings on narcotics issues.

Box 21
Folder

1. Austrian Bulletin in the United States, 1941.
2. Department of State materials.
3. Diplomats / Diplomacy.
4. Educational Reconstruction.
5. Foreign Affairs article, 1974-1975. Working papers, notes.
6. Helms, Jessie (Helms Amendment).
7. Human Rights. Notes.
8. International Labor Office (ILO).
9. International NGO Conference on Disarmament, Geneva, Feb. 27 - Mar. 2, 1978.
10. International Office of Education / Post-War Education.
11. Kissinger, Henry. Clippings.
12. Kissinger, Henry. Speeches.
13. Moynihan, Daniel Patrick, U.S. Senator.
14. Popes
15. U.S. participation in the United Nations.
16. U.S. policies (controversial) / Lobbies.
17. Miscellaneous printed materials.


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Series 10: Pamphlets, 1922-1978

Box 22
Folder

Folders 1-30: Pamphlets dealing with European Student Relief, International Student Service, World Student Service Fund, and World Student Relief, 1922-1945:

1. Minutes of the Turnov Conference. Held under the auspices of the European Student Relief, April 8th – 16th 1922, Turnov, Czechoslovakia (1922).
2. Protokoll der Konferenz in Parad. Abgehalten unter dem Schutze der Europäischen Studentenhilfe, 14.-24. Juni 1923, Parad, Ungarn (1923).
3. Résolutions de la Cnférence d'Elmau. Réunie sous les auspices de l'Entr'aide Universitaire (Fédération Universelle des Associations Chrétiennes d'Etudiants), 14-31 Juillet 1924, Elmau, Allemagne (1924).
4. Rapports des Commissions. Quatrième Conférence Annuelle de l'Entr'Aide Universitaire de la Fédération Universelle des Associations Chrétiennes d'Etudiants, Genève – Gex, 4-12 Août 1925 (1925).
5. Quatrième Conférence Annuelle de l'Entr'Aide Universitaire, Genève – Gex, Août 4-12 1925 (1925).
6. Annual Report on International Student Service (formerly European Student Relief) of the World's Student Christian Federation July 1, 1924 – July 1, 1925 (1925).
7. Fünfte Jahrestagung des Weltstudentenwerkes des Christlichen Studenten Weltbundes, Karlowitz, Jugoslavien, 24. Juli – 2. August, 1926 (1926).
8. Annual Report for the college year 1925-1926 of International Student Service of the World's Student Christian Federation (Formerly European Student Relief) (1926).
9. Sixth Annual Conference of International Student Service of the World's Student Christian Federation. A Report on the Speeches, Discussions and Commissions of the Conference, Schiers – Switzerland, August 6th – 15th, 1927 (1927)
10. The Chartres Conference and the future of International Student Service. Report of the VIIth Annual Conference (Collaborators' Conference) of I.S.S. August 1928 (1928).
11. L'Entr'Aide Universitaire Internationale en 1929 (1929).
12. Student Service in Five Continents (1929).
13. A New Decade. Report of the Ninth Annual Conference of International Student Service, Oxford, July 23-31, 1930 (1930).
14. Annual Report on International Student Service 1929-1930 (1930).
15. The University in a Changing World, being a report of the Tenth Annual Conference held from Aug. 31st to Sept. 9th, 1931 at Mount Holyoke College, Mass., U.S.A. (1931).
16. "The Students in the Social Order". Report of the Eleventh Annual Conference of International Student Service. Brno, Czechoslovakia, July 27th-August 3rd, 1932 (1932).
17. International Student Service issues its final appeal on behalf of German Refugee Students (Nov. 1936).
18. A Report on the work of relief and reconstruction for German Refugee Students by the co-operating committee for England & Wales of International Student Service (May 1933 – August 1937) (July 1937).
19. International Student Service. A Three Years Plan. 1937, 1938, 1939 (1937).
20. International Student Service. Annual Report. 1936-1937 (1937).
21. International Student Service. A Brief Report of the Year 1936-37 (July 1937).
22. International Student Service. Annual Report. 1937-38 (1938).
23. International Student Service. What It Is .... What It Does .... 1938-1939.
24. Selection and Furthering of Gifted Students. Report of a Conference between university people from nine countries, organized by International Student Service; Hindsgavl, Denmark; 26th-30th May 1939
(1939).
25. The Student's Part in a Troubled World. A Report of Service Abroad [1940].
26. Students in Europe Must Live! A First Report on War Relief Activities April 1940 – March 1941 (1941).
27. Camp – ISS – Bello. An Account of the First ISS Summer Student Leadership Institute Held at Campobello, New Brunswick, Canada, June 30 to August 2, 1941 (1941).
28. Students and the Peace. A first approach to the problems of University Relief and Rehabilitation. Report of a Conference held at Oxford July, 1943 (1943).
29. The Story of World Student Relief 1937-1943. A Report to the Constituency of the World Student Service Fund (Oct. 1943).
30. Serving Students in War-Time China 1937-1944. World Student Relief (1944).

Unauthored pamphlets, general:

31. A Community Program Guide. Drug Abuse Prevention (1970).
32. A Federal Source Book: Answers to the most frequently asked questions about drugs (1970).
33. A Year of Development. Highlights from the Report of the Administrator on the United States Development Programme in 1977 (June 1978).
34. Commitments of U.S. Power Abroad. Issues in United States Foreign Policy, No. 3 (1969).
35. The Covenant of the League of Nations. With amendments in Force October, 1936.
36. Drug Abuse (1971).
37. For a Free Austria in a Free World. A Report on the Austrian Situation [1942].
38. Ideology and Reality in the Soviet System. (Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, XCIX, No. 1, Jan. 27, 1955).
39. The I.L.O. and Plans for a "People's Peace". The London Meeting of the Emergency Committee, April 1942 (July 1942).
40. The International Bureau of Education in 1942-1943. Report of the Director (1943).
41. International Development Strategy. Action Programme of the General Assembly of the Second United Nations Development Decade (Dec. 1970).
42. International Labour Conference. Twenty-sixth Session. The Organisation of Employment in the Transition from War to Peace (1944).
43. International Narcotics Control. An excerpt from ... United States Foreign Policy 1972. A Report of the Secretary of State (May 1973).
44. Man-Power Mobilisation for Peace (1943).
45. Multilateral Disarmament and the Special Session. Twelfth Conference on the United Nations of the Next Decade. San Juan del Rio, Mexico, June 19-25, 1977 (1977).
46. Negotiation and Statecraft. A Selection of Readings (1970).
47. Pakistan (1948).
48. Pre-investment and Productivity (1967).
49. Program. Closing Plenary Session. The United Nations Conference on International Organization. San Francisco, June 26, 1945 (1945).
50. The Public Looks at World Organization. National Opinion Research Center Report No. 19 (April 1944).
51. Public Speaking On Drug Abuse Prevention: A Handbook for the Law Enforcement Officer (1970).
52. Report of the President's Commission for the observance of the twenty-fifth anniversary of the United Nations (1971).
53. The SALT Process (June 1978).
54. Statistics of State and Local Teacher Retirement Systems, 1943-44 (Apr. 1945).
55. Student Victims of War. Blackout of Education [1940].
56. The Technical Cooperation Programs of the United Nations System. A Report of the Advisory Committee on International Organizations (June 1963).
57. Too Busy to Shoot Heroin. A Complete Program (1971).
58. United Nations. Issues in United States Foreign Policy No. 5 (Oct. 1970).
59. The United Nations, an excerpt from ... U.S. Foreign Policy for the 1970s. Building for Peace. A Report To The Congress By Richard Nixon, President of the United States, February 25, 1971 (Apr. 1971).
60. The United Nations Development Decade at Mid-Point. An Appraisal by the Secretary-General (Oct. 1965).
61. The United States and the United Nations. Report of the United States Delegation to the First Part of the First Session of the General Assembly of the United Nations, London, England, January 10 – February 14, 1946 (1946).
62. The University's Role in the Development of the Third World. The Proceedings of a World University Service Symposium (June 1966).
63. U.S. Foreign Assistance In The 1970s: A New Approach. Report To The President From The Task Force On International Development, March 4, 1970 (1970).
64. War and Peace Aims. Extracts from Statements of United Nations Leaders. Special Supplement No. 1 to the United Nations Review, January 30, 1943.
65. "We, the peoples ... A Brief History of the United Nations (Oct. 1947).
66. What Should Be Done with Conquered Germany? [1943].
67. You and your fuel oil ration. The Why and How of Fuel Oil Rationing and What To Do About It! (1943).

Authored pamphlets:

68. The American Friends of German Freedom. Germany Tomorrow [1941].
69. Asher, Robert E. Multilateral Versus Bilateral Aid: An Old Controversy Revisited (1963).
70. Benes, Vojta. A Proposal for the Reconstruction of the Educational System in Post-War Central and Eastern Europe (1943).
71. Benton, William. How Far can UNESCO Reach? A "Point 5" Program for Peace (1950).
72. Benton, William. Where We Are: And Where Are We Going? (1948).
73. Benton, William. Why More Businessmen should be Democrats (Oct. 1956).
74. Berg, Dorothy F. Illicit Use of Dangerous Drugs in the United States: A Compilation of Studies, Surveys, and Polls (Sept. 1970).
75. Bloomfield, Lincoln P.; Charles W. Yost. What Future for the UN? An Atlantic Dialogue (Oct. 1977).
76. Braisted, Paul J. International Exchange of Students and Scholars (Dec. 1943).
77. British Information Services. The Future of Education in England and Wales (Aug. 1944).
78. Brown, George F. Jr.; Lester R. Silverman. The Retail Price of Heroin: Estimation & Applications (May 1973).
79. Bureau of Narcotics & Dangerous Drugs. drugs of abuse (undated).
80. Bureau of Narcotics & Dangerous Drugs. Teen-age Booby Trap (1970).
81. Burnet, Mary. The mass media in a violent world (1971).
82. Charles, Enid. The Effect of Present Trends in Fertility and Mortality upon the Future Population of England and Wales and upon its Age Composition (Aug. 1935).
83. Cohen, Felix S. The Social and Economic Consequences of Exclusionary Immigration Laws (Oct. 1939).
84. Cohn, Alfred E.; Stephen Duggan; Harry D. Gideonse; Dorothy Paley. A Memorandum on the Need for A New Journal on Higher Education in the United States (1943).
85. Cohrssen, John J. The Organization of the United Nations to Deal with Drug Abuse (June 1973).
86. Comité Interministériel des problèmes médicaux et sociaux scolaires. informations sur la "drogue"; (circa 1970).
87. Comité Soviétique de la Défense de la Paix. Problèmes du Desarmement – point de vue soviétique (1978).
88. Commission to Study the Organization of Peace. Fifth Report. Security and Disarmament Under the United Nations (June 1947).
89. Commission to Study the Organization of Peace. Guide to Community Activity on Human Rights (May 1946).
90. Commission to Study the Organization of Peace. Uniting the Nations for Health [1946].
91. Committee on Human Rights, Commission to Study the Organization of Peace. Draft. International Bill of Human Rights (Feb. 1947).
92. Culbertson, Ely. A System to Win this War and to win the peace to come. The World Federation Plan (1942).
93. The Drug Abuse Council, Inc. A Perspective on "Get Tough" Drug Laws (March 1973).
94. Duckworth-Barker, Vernon. Breakthrough to tomorrow. The story of International Co-operation for Development through the United Nations (1970).
95. Eichelberger, Clark M. The United Nations Charter. What Was Done at San Francisco (June 1945).
96. Elliott, William Yandel; H. Duncan Hall (eds.). The British Commonwealth of Nations in War and Peace (1943).
97. Encyclopedia Britannica Educational Corporation. The Drug Scene. Fact not Fiction (1971).
98. Gideonse, Harry D. The Present Chaos in Education (1939).
99. Gross, Feliks. The Decline of European Culture And Its Reconstruction (1943).
100. Halecki, Oskar. Intellectual Cooperation in the Post-War World (1943).
101. Harms, Bernhard. Universitäten, Professoren und Studenten in der Zeitenwende. Vornehmlich vom Standpunkt der Staatswissenschaft (1936).
102. Hill, Martin. The Administrative Committee on Co-ordination (reprint).
103. Hiss, Donald. United States Participation in The United Nations. A Study of the Methods and Mechanisms Used in the Formulation and Coordination of Policies Proposed by the United States (Nov. 1947).
104. Hunt, Leon Gibson. Heroin Epidemics: A Quantitative Study of Current Empirical Data (May 1973).
105. Knox, Raymond C. New Faith in Reason (1939).
106. Kosygin, Alexei. Directives for the Five-Year Economic Development Plan of the USSR for 1971-1975 (1971).
107. Kozak, J. B. Democratic Ideas in Postwar Education in Central and Eastern Europe (Sociological Survey) (1943).
108. League of Nations. The Development of International Co-operation in Economic and Social Affairs. Report of the Special Committee (Aug. 1939).
109. Leland, Waldo G. International Cultural Relations (1943).
110. Leybourne, Grace G. A New Charter for Education (1942).
111. McKitterick, Nathaniel M. U.S. Diplomacy in the Development Agencies of the United Nations (1934).
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115. Montefiore, L. G. The Spirit of the German Universities (undated).
116. Morehouse, Ward. Science, Technology, and the Global Equity Crisis: New Directions for United States Policy (May 1978).
117. Nagasaki Preparatory Committee for International Symposium on the Damage and After-Effects of the Atomic Bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Report from Nagasaki On the Damage and After-Effects of the Atomic Bombing (February 15, 1978).
118. National Resources Planning Board. Post-War Agenda. Full Employment. Security. Building America (Nov. 1942).
119. Perham, Margery. African Facts and American Criticisms (reprint, Apr. 1944).
120. Progressive Education Association. Democratic Education. Suggestions for Education and National Defense (Oct. 1940).
121. Rees, Elfan. Century of the Homeless Man (Nov. 1957).
122. Rehrmann, Leslie Beckett. The World Youth Movement (1945).
123. Schurmann, Carl W. A. A Center For International Fact Finding: A Review and a Proposal (July 1963).
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128. U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. Marihuana. Some Questions and Answers (March 1969).
129. U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. Narcotics. Some Questions and Answers (March 1969).
130. U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. The Up and Down Drugs. Amphetamines and Barbituates (March 1969).
131. Universities Committee on Post-War International Problems. Problem III: Treatment of Defeated Enemy Countries. Germany (Mar. 1943).
132. Vambery, Rustem. The Hungarian Problem (May 1942).
133. Villard, Oswald Garrison. Shall We Rule Germany? (June 1943).
134. Winslow, Anne. Toward Freedom From Want. Handbook on the United Nations Economic and Social Council and Specialized Agencies (Mar. 1947).
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136. Winston, Henry Merritt. Subsoil of Peace (July 1942).


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