Swarthmore College Peace Collection

Emily Greene Balch Papers, 1842-1961

Collection: DG 006


Contact Information
Swarthmore College Peace Collection
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Swarthmore, PA 19081-1399
U.S.A.
Telephone: (610) 328-8557 (Curator)
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Email: wchmiel1@swarthmore.edu (Curator)
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Descriptive Summary
Repository
Swarthmore College Peace Collection
Creator
Balch, Emily Greene (1867-1961)
Title
Eimly Greene Balch Papers
Inclusive Dates
1842-1961
Call Number
DG 006

Language of Materials
Materials in English
Extent
27.75 linear feet [papers only]
Abstract
Emily Greene Balch (1867-1961) was the second U.S. woman to have won the Nobel Peace Prize. Balch embarked on her academic career in the economics and sociology department at Wellesley College. Balch's extracurricular work with the Women's Trade Union League and opposition to World War I resulted in dismissal from Wellesley, and thereafter she helped lead the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom. Called a "Citizen of the World," Balch worked for peace throughout her life--through disarmament; internationalization of important waterways, aviation, and the polar regions; drug control; and the elimination of the causes of discontent and conflict among peoples.

Administrative Information
Restrictions to Access
None
Usage Restrictions
Yes; original documents are stored off-site; please use microfilm reels instead
Alternate Form of Material
Yes ; Reels 129:1-129:24; Reel 11
Acquisitions Information
Emily Greene Balch; Mercedes Randall, 1975 [Acc. 75A-008], 1977 [Acc. 77A-003]; Ann Cope, 1989 [Acc. 89A-002]; Pattee Library, Penn State University, 1989 [Acc. 89A-148]; Dorothy Mayo Harevy, 1990 [Acc. 90A-013]; Frances Jean Wells, 2004 [Acc. 04A-072]
Processing Information
Processed by Martha P. Shane, 1988, revised by Wendy E. Chmielewski, 1996; this finding aid created by Wendy E. Chmielewski, June 2009.
Preferred Citation
[Identification of item], in the Emily Greene Balch Papers (DG 006), Swarthmore College Peace Collection
Copyright Notice
Copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendents, as stipulated by United States copyright law


Online Catalog Headings
These and related materials may be found under the following headings in online library/archival catalogs.

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Related Collections
American Union Against Militarism Records
(DG 004)
Jane Addams Collection
(DG 001)
People's Council of America for Democracy and Peace Collected Records
(CDG-A)
Woman's Peace Party Records
(DG 043)
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom Records
(DG 043)


Historical Background
Emily Greene Balch (1867-1961) was the second U.S. woman to win a Nobel Peace Prize. After graduating from Bryn Mawr College in 1889, Balch studied at the Sorbonne, helped to found the Boston settlement, Denison House, and then embarked on her academic career in the economics and sociology department at Wellesley College. Her exhaustive study of eastern and southern European immigrants, which challenged nativist opinions of the time, was published in 1910. Balch's extracurricular work with the Women's Trade Union League and opposition to World War I resulted in dismissal from Wellesley, and thereafter she helped lead the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom. She tried to widen the purview of the League of Nations, visited Haiti and advocated withdrawal of occupying U.S. forces, and in l939 urged the United States to welcome refugees from Nazi Germany. Called a "Citizen of the World," Balch worked for peace throughout her life--through disarmament; internationalization of important waterways, aviation, and the polar regions; drug control; and the elimination of the causes of discontent and conflict among peoples.

Collection Overview
The papers of Emily Greene Balch contain her diaries (l876-l955, scattered), journals (c. 1894-1948, scattered) and notebooks, all of which provide autobiographical background. There is a draft of an autobiography (c. 1952) with corrections and also transcripts from interviews (1950) with Mercedes M. Randall, her literary executor and biographer. Genealogical information is provided by early correspondence to and from members of her family (1840s-1890s), her mother's diary (1849), and publications about Balch family history. A small collection of material deals with friends and other people who were important in Balch's life, while another collection of articles, booklets, and releases describes Balch as others knew her.

There are tributes to her by her alma mater Bryn Mawr College, the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF)), Wellesley College, and John R. Randall, Jr., who wrote a pamphlet, Emily Greene Balch of New England: Citizen of the World (1946). Material is included about the Nobel Peace Prize awarded to her in 1946, with lists of the sponsors and the Nobel lecture she delivered in Oslo in 1948. The Nobel scroll she was awarded is kept at Swarthmore College, while the gold medal is housed at Bryn Mawr College.

Correspondence to and from Balch spans the years from 1875 until her death in 196l. A gap from 1907 until 1913 may have been caused by a fire at Wellesley in 1914, when many papers were destroyed. A considerable amount of important correspondence (1920-c. 1941) relates to the affairs of Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF), an organization in which Balch was very active. Included among Balch's correspondents are Grace Abbott, Jane Addams, Gertrud(e) Baer, Francis Noyes Balch, Francis Vergnies Balch, Katharine Lee Bates, Katherine Devereux Blake, Ellen Starr Brinton, Gertrude Bussey, Helen Cheever, Hilda Clark, Katherine Coman, Kathleen D. Courtney, Dorothy Detzer, Madeleine Z. Doty, Camille Drevet, Gabrielle Duchene, Anna Melissa Graves, Lida Gustava Heymann, Hannah Clothier Hull, Aletta H. Jacobs, Eleanor Daggett Karsten, Paul Underwood Kellogg, Louis P. Lochner, Kathleen J. Lowrie, Lucia Ames Mead, Mildred Scott Olmsted, Ellen F. Pendleton, Alice Thacher Post, Edith M. Pye, Clara Ragaz, Cor Ramondt Hirschmann, Mercedes M. Randall, Vida D. Scudder, Mary Sheepshanks, Rebecca Shelley, Florence G. Taussig, Mabel Vernon, and Lillian D. Wald.

Her writings (1884-1956) include articles and speeches--some published, others in manuscript, draft, or note form--as well as letters to the editor, book reviews, poems, a song, and research notes. There are many writings pertaining to Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF). Some books written by Balch are not microfilmed but can be found in the Swarthmore College Peace Collection library.

Three subject files also are part of the Balch papers. These are not on microfilm. The first, the Single Accession Subject File, was donated by Balch in 1957 and is in its original order. The second, the Multiple Accession File, is a composite file created from subject folders found in many different places among her own files. Correspondence and writings by Balch were removed from both of these subject files and incorporated into Series II and III, which are on the microfilm. Checklists giving the folder titles and span dates for these subject files are available in the Swarthmore College Peace Collection. Additional unfilmed material includes a third subject file that was created by Kathleen Whitaker Sayre and given to Balch, and a collection of peace literature and reference material.

Collections closely related to the Balch papers, also at Swarthmore, include the records of the Woman's Peace Party, the United States Section of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF)), the American Neutral Conference Committee, the People's Council of America for Democracy and Peace, and the papers of Jane Addams, Dorothy Detzer, Hannah Clothier Hull, and Mercedes M. Randall. The collected records of the Woman's Peace Party and significant portions of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF)--U.S. Section records are available on microfilm from Scholarly Resources Inc.

Items removed:
Photographs
Books

Arrangement of Collection

The two main sources of the Emily Greene Balch papers were Emily Greene Balch herself and Mercedes M. Randall, Balch's first biographer. The papers contributed by Balch were received between 1936 and 1957. Some material was in good order, but much was marked "unsorted" and therefore needed to be organized. In preparing the book, Improper Bostonian: Emily Greene Balch (1964), Randall arranged the Balch papers for her own use. The Peace Collection sometimes kept her groupings of material by subject or time period in the final arrangement. When Randall's original file folders added information, they were kept with the items with which they were found. In l983 a generic arrangement was undertaken to replace lengthy item inventories that previously had been used. Five series were organized: Series I, Biographical; Series II, Correspondence; Series III, Writings by Emily Greene Balch; Series IV, Subject files; and Series V, Peace Literature/Reference Material. The first three of these are microfilmed. Series IV and V are not microfilmed, but Balch correspondence and writings found there were moved into Series II and III and thus are filmed. Correspondence to and from Balch is found in Series II. Letters are together in chronological order by year, month, and day. If only the month is known, the letter appears at the end of that month. If only the year is known, the letter appears at the end of that year. Undated correspondence is together, following dated correspondence. When a page is missing from a dated letter, it may be found with undated correspondence. The same chronological arrangement is used with writings as with correspondence. Some of the undated writings have identification numbers which refer a researcher to the Appendix at the end of this guide. Only a very few short books by Balch are filmed. Others can be found in the library of the Swarthmore College Peace Collection.

Series I
Series II
Series III

Material not microfilmed
Series IV
Series V

Additional Accessions



Detailed Description of the Collection

SERIES
I: BIOGRAPHICAL
Box 1

Reel No. Starting Frame No. Folder Title
1 0006 Family tree and misc. information about family history
1 0082 Booklet: First Reunion and Organization of the Balch Family Association
1 0113 Title page of book: The Old Planters of Beverly in Massachusetts and the Thousand Acre Grant of 1635
1 0116 Information about Francis Vergnies Balch
1 0171 Diary of Ellen M. Noyes
1 0268 Poetry book of Anne Balch
1 0315 Miscellaneous family memorabilia


Box 2 Balch family correspondence (1842-1897)
Reel No. Starting Frame No. Folder Title
1 0353 Balch family tree
1 0356 Letters: Eunice Ann Balch to John Balch (1840s and 1850s)
1 0435 Letters: Ellen M. Noyes to Catherine Porter Noyes (1849)
1 0460 Letters: Anne Lathrop Balch to family (1851-864)
1 0539 Letters: To John Balch from Francis V. Balch and others (1856-1858)
1 0687 Miscellaneous Balch family letters (1850s and 1860s)
l 0750 Letters: Francis V. Balch to family (1860s-1880s)
1 0821 Letters: Francis V. Balch to Ellen M. Noyes (1862)
1 0918 Letters: Mostly from Francis Vergnies Noyes (1880s, 1890s, undated)
1 0935 Letters to Annie Balch (l882, 1883, 1886?)
1 0992 Letters to Eunice Ann Balch (1883, 1897)
1 1005 Balch family letters (undated)


Box 3 Articles/information about Emily Greene Balch, excluding Nobel Peace Prize (See Box 4)
Reel No. Starting Frame No. Folder Title
2 0006 (1800s)
2 0009 (1900-1929)
2 0029 (1930-1939)
2 0045 (1940-1949, excluding Nobel Peace Prize)
2 0160 (1950-1959)
2 0220 (1960 on and undated)
2 0303 Information about death of Emily Greene Balch
2 0329 Paper: Emily Greene Balch and the Tradition for Peace: New England Brahmin and Convinced Quaker by Barbara Miller Solomon (1979)
2 0363 List of books about Emily Greene Balch
2 0366 List of newsclippings about Emily Greene Balch
2 0371 Programs from events honoring Emily Greene Balch
2 0385 Awards to Emily Greene Balch
2 0388 Events where Emily Greene Balch spoke
2 0406 Organizations to which Emily Greene Balch belonged
2 0440 Sketch of Emily Greene Balch
2 0443 Calling cards
2 0477 Photograph information (Photos kept separately in Photograph Collection)
2 0480 Birthday cards and friends' cards
2 0489 Miscellaneous memorabilia
2 0506 Emily Greene Balch's filing envelopes (Dated)
2 0528 Emily Greene Balch's filing envelopes (Undated)


Box 4 Nobel Peace Prize (1946)
Reel No. Starting Frame No. Folder Title
2 0559 Letters and lists of sponsorship
2 0685 Nobel Dinner (December 10, 1946)
2 0714 List of newsclippings
2 0718 Nobel lecture delivered by Emily Greene Balch in Oslo (1948)
2 0732 Selected pages from booklet: Les Prix Nobel en 1946 (Stockholm, 1948)
2 0738 Miscellaneous information after Prize
Personalities" (Material collected by Emily Greene Balch about close acquaintances and others)
3 0006 Jane Addams - Hull House material
3 0033 Emily Greene Balch's notes about Addams
3 0102 Articles by Addams
3 0176 List of newsclippings about Addams
3 0179 Interview between Addams and William Hard (1932?)
3 0202 Articles of tribute to Addams
3 0253 Miscellaneous material about Addams
3 0272 Katherine Coman, Wellesley professor (1857-1915)
3 0284 Mary Morton Kehew (1918)
3 0305 Yella Hertzka (1923 1948)
3 0342 Miscellaneous friends and others
3 0414 Miscellaneous friends and others


SERIES II: CORRESPONDENCE


Box 5
Reel No. Starting Frame No. Folder Title
3 0500 (1875-1883)
3 0628 To Emily Greene Balch (1884)
3 0715 From Emily Greene Balch abroad (1885)
     
4 0006 To Emily Greene Balch abroad (1885)
4 0096 To Emily Greene Balch (1885-1888)
4 0223 To Emily Greene Balch (1886-1888)
4 0306 To Emily Greene Balch (1887-1889)
4 0355 To Emily Greene Balch (1889)
4 0449 To Emily Greene Balch (1890)
4 0510 To Emily Greene Balch (1891)
4 0550 From Emily Greene Balch (1888-1892)
4 0715 (1892-1894)
4 0788 Early letters (Undated)

Box 6
Reel No. Starting Frame No. Folder Title
5 0006 From Emily Greene Balch, German year abroad (1895)
5 0210 To Emily Greene Balch (1895)
5 0271 From Emily Greene Balch, German year abroad (1896)
5 0439 To Emily Greene Balch (1896)
5 0526 (1897-1899)
5 0574 (1900-1904)
5 0616 From Emily Greene Balch (January March 1905)
5 0758 From Emily Greene Balch (April December 1905)
5 0985 (1906)
5 0988 (1913 and 1914)
5 1050 (1915)

Box 7
Reel No. Starting Frame No. Folder Title
6 0006 (January-March 1916)
6 0112 (April-June 1916)
6 0183 (July-September 1916)
6 0324 (October-November 1916)
6 0425 (December 1916)
6 0523 (January-April 1917)
6 0610 (May-July 1917)
6 0724 (August-December 1917)
6 0766 (January-November 1918)
6 0855 (December 1918)
6 0908 (January-August 1919)
6 0969 (September-December 1919)

Box 8
Reel No. Starting Frame No. Folder Title
7 0006 (1920)
7 0158 (1921)
7 0188 (1922)
7 0290 (1923)
7 0437 (1924)
7 0524 (January-May 1925)
7 0728 (June-December 1925)
7 0873 (1926)
7 0988 (January-June 1927)
7 1079 (July-December 1927)
     
8 0006 (January-October 1928)
8 0087 (November-December 1928)

Box 9
Reel No. Starting Frame No. Folder Title
8 0202 (January-February 1929)
8 0293 (March-December 1929)
8 0433 (January-May 1930)
8 0514 (June-July 1930)
8 0648 (August 1930)
8 0717 (September-October 1930)
8 0826 (November 1930)
8 0897 (December 1930)
8 0985 (1931)


Box 10
Reel No. Starting Frame No. Folder Title
9 0006 (January-March 1932)
9 0115 (April-September 1932)
9 0188 (October-December 1932)
9 0284 (January-June 1933)
9 0432 (July-December 1933)
9 0529 (1934)
9 0652 (January-September l935)
9 0793 (October-December 1935)


Box 11

Reel No. Starting Frame No. Folder Title
9 0935 (January-June 1936)
     
10 0006 (April-July 1936)
10 0119 (August-November 1936)
10 0197 (December 1936)
10 0276 (January-February 1937)
10 0406 (March-August 1937)
10 0548 (September-December 1937)
10 0660 (January-June l938)

Box 12
Reel No. Starting Frame No. Folder Title
10 0844 (July-December 1938)
10 0993 (l939)
     
11 0006 (January-June 1940)
11 0103 (July-December 1940)
11 0240 (January-June 1941)
11 0376 (July-December 1941)
11 0452 (January-June 1942)
11 0622 (July-December 1942)

Box 13
Reel No. Starting Frame No. Folder Title
11 0730 (January-June 1943)
11 0814 (July-December 1943)
11 0888 (1944)
11 1045 (January-June 1945)
     
12 0006 (July-December 1945)
12 0170 (January-March 1946)
12 0273 (April-October 1946)
12 0350 (November-December 1946)

Box 14
Reel No. Starting Frame No. Folder Title
12 0594 (January-March 1947)
12 0680 (April-June 1947)
12 0776 (July-October 1947)
     
13 0006 (November-December 1947)
13 0089 (January-April 1948)
13 0253 (May-August 1948)
13 0364 (September-December 1948)
13 0454 (January-June 1949)
13 0526 (July-December 1949)

Box 15
Reel No. Starting Frame No. Folder Title
13 0601 (January-March 1950)
13 0696 (April-December 1950)
13 0793 (1951)
13 0858 (1952)
13 0999 (1953)
     
14 0006 (1954)
14 0097 (1955)
14 0184 (1956-1958)
14 0214 (1959-1960)
14 0228 (1961)

Box 16
Reel No. Starting Frame No. Folder Title
14 0268 To Gertrude Bussey from Emily Greene Balch (Undated)
14 0388 (Undated)
14 0518 (Undated)
14 0588 (Undated)
14 0784 (Undated)
14 0853 (Undated)
14 0962 (Undated)
14 ll06 (Undated)
14 1211 Unused envelopes addressed by Emily Greene Balch


SERIES
III: WRITINGS BY EMILY GREENE BALCH
Autobiographical
Box 17 Diaries
Reel No. Starting Frame No. Folder Title
15 0009 (1876)
15 0049 (1878)
15 0067 (1884)
15 0l35 (1886)
15 0140 (1888)
15 0284 (1891)
15 0299 (1892)
15 0462 (1892?)
15 0473 (1893)
15 0575 (1894)
15 0593 (1896?)
15 0652 (1897?)
15 0688 (1897)
15 0794 (1898)
15 0850 (1900)
15 0904 (1901)
15 0967 (1902)
15 10l5 (1903)
15 1057 (1904)
15 1118 (1905)
     
16 0008 (1906)
16 0157 (1907)
16 0208 (1908)
16 0257 (l909)
16 0299 (1910)

Box 17 (continued ) Diaries
Reel No. Starting Frame No. Folder Title
16 0328 (1911)
16 0373 (1912)
16 0422 (1913)
16 0469 (1914)
16 0516 (19l5)
16 0546 (1915)
16 0590 (1916)
16 0649 (1917)
16 0704 (1918)
16 0763 Miscellaneous loose pages

Box 18 (continued) Diaries
Reel No. Starting Frame No. Folder Title
16 0784 (1919)
16 0863 (1919)
16 0926 (1920)
16 1001 (1921)
16 1022 (1921)
     
17 0008 (1922)
17 0050 (1923)
17 0154 (1924)
17 0186 (l931)
17 0223 (1934)
17 0255 (1935)
17 0334 (1936)
17 0355 (1937)
17 0420 (1938)
17 0574 (1939)

Box 18 (continued)Diaries
Reel No. Starting Frame No. Folder Title
17 0754 (1940)
17 0790 (1941)
17 0857 (1942)
17 1007 (l943)
17 1043 (1944)
17 1075 (1945)
17 1111 (195l)
17 1170 (1952)
17 1241 (1955)

Box 19 Journals
Reel No. Starting Frame No. Folder Title
18 0006 Daily activities (1894 and 1895)
18 0048 (c. 1895-1906 and c. 1906-1918)
18 0161 Journal of Miss Emily Greene Balch
18 0218 Journal notes about trips, etc. (c. 1919-1929)
18 0304 Journal notes about trips, etc. (c. 1930-1948)

Box 20 Miscellaneous autobiographical writings
Reel No. Starting Frame No. Folder Title
18 0386 Diary abstracts (1867 )
18 0484 Sets of notes (1885-)
18 0598 Sets of notes (1885-1920s)
18 0704 Sets of notes (1922-)
18 0731 Sets of notes (1946-1961)
18 0886 Sets of notes (Undated)
18 0955 Draft: "Personal History" (Background for Nobel Peace Prize - 1945)
18 0988 Interviews with Mercedes M. Randall (1950)
     
19 0006 Draft: Autobiography with corrections (c. 1952)
19 0124 Notes for Nobel Peace Prize: "Organizations of Which I Am a Member" (Undated)
19   Other writings of Emily Greene Balch

Box 21
Reel No. Starting Frame No. Folder Title
19 0139 Bibliographies
19 0161 Bibliography card file made by M. M. Randall
19 0292 Book reviews about Emily Greene Balch's books
19 Dated writings
19 0309 (1880s)
19 0341 (c. 1880s)
19 0425 Miscellaneous notebooks: Poetry travel purchases notes on books read etc. (1880s)
19 0617 History notebooks (1880s and 1890s)
19 0962 Miscellaneous notebooks (1882 and 1889-1894)
     
20 0006 Miscellaneous writings (1890-1899)

Box 22 Dated writings
Reel No. Starting Frame No. Folder Title
20 0109 Miscellaneous writings (1890s)
20 0225 Notebook about reading (1892-1914)
20 0279 Book: Public Assistance of the Poor in France (1893)
20 0380 Manuscript: "History of Massachusetts -Care of Children" (1899)
20 0433 Book: Outline of Economics, 1st and 2nd editions (1899 and 1901)
20 0495 Miscellaneous writings (1900-1907)
20 0534 Booklets: A Study of Conditions of City Life with Special Reference to Boston with study guide (1903 and 1904)
20 0557 Notes: Slavs (c. 1905)
20 0589 Notes and research: Austria and Hungary (c. 1905)
20 0653 Article: "Slav Immigration" (1906)
20 0660 Miscellaneous writings (1908-1911)
20 0737 Booklet: The Education and Efficiency of Women (1910)
20 0750 Weather/Nature journal (1911)

Box 23 Dated writings
Reel No. Starting Frame No. Folder Title
20 0765 Miscellaneous writings (1911-1913)
20 0795 Miscellaneous writings (1914)
20 0815 Selected pages from report: "The Problem of Immigration in Massachusetts" (1914)
20 0822 Miscellaneous writings (1915)
20 0886 Collected writings and information: "Henry Street Settlement Peace Committees" (1915)
20 0940 Article: "The International Congress of Women at the Hague" with notes (1915)
20 0978 Minutes and notes: American Delegation to International Congress of Women (1915)
20 1015 Miscellaneous writings (1916)
20 1091 Labor hearings: "After Recess" (1917)
     
21 0006 Miscellaneous writings (1917)
21 0176 Miscellaneous writings (1918)
21 0205 Miscellaneous writings (l9l9)
21 0232 History notes about years 1919 to 1939
21 0286 Miscellaneous writings (1920-1922)
21 0334 Miscellaneous writings (1923)
21 0353 Manuscript: "Peace Plan" (c. 1923)
21 0388 Essay notes: "Connections" (1923)

Box 24 Dated writings
Reel No. Starting Frame No. Folder Title
21 0495 Notes for unpublished book on a "a study of the differences and resemblances between groups or individuals" (1923, l924)
21 0522 Notes for unpublished book on a "a study of the differences..."
21 0637 Notes for unpublished book on a "a study of the differences..."
21 0714 Notes for unpublished book on a "a study of the differences..."
21 0907 Miscellaneous writings (1924)
21 0928 Miscellaneous writings (1925)
21 0987 Miscellaneous writings (1926)
     
22 0006 Miscellaneous writings (1927)
22 0051 Miscellaneous writings (1928 and l929)
22 0131 Notes, letter, reference materials: Ukraine (1928)
22 0189 Notes: Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) International Executive Committee (1928-1930)
22 0270 Miscellaneous writings (1930-1932)

Box 25 Dated writings
Reel No. Starting Frame No. Folder Title
22 0430 Miscellaneous writings (1933)
22 0493 Miscellaneous writings (1934)
22 0526 Notes: Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) International Executive Meeting (1934)
22 0589 Address [Armistice Day, 1935]
22 0644 Miscellaneous writings (1935)
22 0660 Miscellaneous writings (1936)
22 0726 Miscellaneous writings (1937, l938)
22 0853 Booklet: A Venture in Internationalism (1938)

Box 26 Dated writings
Reel No. Starting Frame No. Folder Title
22 0876 Miscellaneous writings (1939)
22 0951 Miscellaneous writings (c. 1930s)
     
23 0006 Miscellaneous writings (1940-1942)
23 0163 Draft: "After the War" (c. 1942)
23 0220 Draft: "Direct International Administration of Colonial Areas" (c. early 1940s)
23 0230 Draft: "Direct International Administration of Colonial Areas" (c. early 1940s)
23 0331 Draft: "Direct International Administration of Colonial Areas" (c. early 1940s)
23 0380 Draft: "Direct International Administration of Colonial Areas" (c. early 1940s)
23 0437 Draft: "Direct International Administration of Colonial Areas" (c. early 1940s)
23 0477 Draft: "Direct International Administration of Colonial Areas" (c. early 1940s)
23 0529 Miscellaneous writings (1943-1945)
23 0605 Miscellaneous writings (1946)
23 0684 Speech on Jane Addams (1946)

Box 27 Dated writings
Reel No. Starting Frame No. Folder Title
23 0710 Miscellaneous writings (1947)
23 0815 Miscellaneous writings (1948 and 1949)
23 0901 Nobel Peace Prize speech (Oslo, 1948)
23 0967 Miscellaneous writings (c. 1940s)
23 1011 Draft: "The Future of Unfree Peoples" (after 1942)
23 1031 Miscellaneous writings (1950 and 1951)
23 1073 Vignettes in Prose (1952)
23 1095 Miscellaneous writings (1952)
     
24 0006 Miscellaneous writings (1953)
24 0031 Miscellaneous writings (1954-1961)

Box 27 (continued)
Undated writings with identification numbers
Reel No. Starting Frame No. Folder Title
24 0073 Folder 11, Items #12-37
Folder 11
12 MS "The Home in its Relation to the State," 8 pp.
15 MS fragment on WWI, 3 pp.
19 MS "Migration," 14 pp.
20 MS on nationalism, regionalism, universalism, 2 pp.
22 MS notes on settlements, 8 pp; ms beginning "In Norman L. Hill's," 12 pp.
23 MS "A Debt of Honor," 6 pp.
25 MS on the rearming of Germany, 3 pp.
31 MS fragment on growth in international understanding, l p.
35 MS "Little Used Vegetables," 3 pp.
37 MS "Education and Life," 32 pp.
24 0199 Folder 12, Items #67-134
Folder 12
67 MS "Proposed Res. to be offered at the Paris Session of General Assembly of U.N.," 2 pp.
69 Typescripts, "Proposal for an International Reconstruction Corps for Public Works in Europe after the War," 3 drafts
75 MS "Re Peace Award to Freud," 2 pp.
83 MS notes taken at an Annual Meeting on 4 May, 10 pp.
92 MS "Believe that," 4 pp.
105 Typescript "Memorandum on Haiti," 5 pp.
106 Typescript "The War Against Communism," 3 pp.
133 MS "Art of Arguing Successfully," l p.
134 MS on ethical problems, l6 pp.
24 0263 Folder 13, Items #136-238
Folder 13
136 MSS "On Using Our Minds," ll pp.; "On Being Good," 6 pp.; "Modes of Consciousness," 5 pp.; "Hints about Talking," l p.
137 Typescript "Independents in Congress," 2 pp.
145 MS notes on readings, l0 pp., and on referenda, l p.
159 MS fragment on Russia and China
163 MS on possible government annuities, 1 p.
165 MS on "outlawry" of war, 9 pp.
178 MS outline of social activities, 3 pp.
192 Typescripts and print, "The Flag Speaks" (poem)
194 MS "Coworkers around the World," l8 pp.
217 MS note on human rights, l p.
218 Typescript "Suggestion for the Sale of Government Annuities," l p.
230 Typescript "A Foreign Policy for the WIL," 3 pp.
231 MS note on what WILPF stands for, l p.
238 MS "Righteousness," 2 pp.; various mss., one beginning "a very dark and puzzling fact"; another, "It is steered by its human boatman


Box 28 Undated writings with identification numbers

Reel No. Starting Frame No. Folder Title
24 0367 #275-397
Folder 1
275 MS "Manifesto of German Council," probably an EGB translation from the German, 6 pp.
279 Typescript "Statement . . . on Conscription," 1 p.
315 Typescript in French, "Souvenirs d'Andree Jouve," 2 pp.
3l6 Fragment of article, "A Knight-Errant of the Intellectual Life" (on Thomas Davidson), l p.
326 MS fragment on death of Jane Addams, l p.
327 MS fragment on death of Alice Gould, l p.
336 MS notes on pioneers in social work, 9 pp.
352 MS "peace without victory," 1 p.
355 MS notes beginning "political assurances," 3 pp.
381 MS, "Quakers and the Simple Life," 4 pp.
387 2 MSS on dreams, beginning "I had a dream" and "I am so grateful for my dreams"
393 MS poem, "The Splendor of Aton," 1 p.
397 MSS "Bell Thyme," 14 pp.; "A Pedestrian," 6 pp.
24 0436 #433 MS and typescript poems
24 0473 #436 MS and typescript poems, some dated
24 0544 #438 MS poems
24 0590 #440 many largely illegible MSS, apparently about peasants
24 0677 #441 MS notes, about cause of poverty, paradox of extremes, cumulative national competition, 30 pp.; problem of poverty, 12 pp.
24 0731 #443-587
443 MS note, "Tainted Money," 2 pp.
447 MS note on Standard Oil money, l p.
449 MS note on socialism, l p.
458 MS note on settlements
467 MS "Use of Leisure," l p.
530 Typescript "Relation of Stronger Nations to Backward or Weaker Peoples," 3 pp.
579 Typescript fragment on Hapsburg state, l p.
580 MSS "A Convalescent World," l3 pp.; "In Any Case It Would Be Short," 8 pp.
581 MS "Letter from a Yankee to a European in America," 6 pp.
582 Typescript "Thursday, February Twenty Seventh," 2 pp.
587 MS "The Earth Is My Home," 10 pp.
24 0796 #592-665
592 MS "Americans All. Immigrants All," 3 pp.
619 MS and typescript, "North Atlantic Pact or What?"
632 MS review of book by L. S. Woolf, 3 pp.
633 Typescript , message to unidentified conference, l p.
649 MS notes beginning "In such a world," 26 pp.
650 MSnotes, "What of Peace Today," 23 pp.
663 MS notes for lecture or speech(?) headed "Am I a Socialist?" 11 pp.
664 MS notes beginning "An important field," 3 pp., "Christmas means good will," 4 pp.
665 MS "A World Government," Ch. 2 of unidentified work in progress, 5 pp.
24 0888 #668-682
668 MS note fragments, sets beginning "Some thoughts in progress," 3 pp., "Study Oslo," 7 pp.
70 MS notes, hard to classify, beginning "Emergency," 25 pp.
672 MSS "The New Year," l8 pp., "The Relation of America to the War," 8 pp.; "America's Opportunity," 2 pp.
674 MS "The Belligerents," 5 pp.
678 MS notes for lecture or speech, beginning "Not lose face," 11 pp.
679 Typescript "Mr. Bevin on World Organization," 2 pp.
680 MS notes, six sets, two on World Federalist, 8 and 5 pp.; "Hughan," 6 pp.; "Geopolitics," 8 pp.; "Nationalism and State," 8 pp.; one beginning "l909 Automobile," 4 pp.
681 MS notes, three sets: beginning "Of course," 4 pp.; "Intl Govnt," 6 pp.; "Reln to National Govts," 27 pp.
682 Seven 1-2 pp. MS fragments, barely legible, hard to classify.

Box 28 (continued) Undated writings with subject headings
Reel No.
Starting Frame No.
Folder Title
24 1069 Report as Director of Policy (Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF))
24 1094 "Peoples Council F of R"

Box 29
Undated writings with subject headings (continued)
Reel No. Starting Frame No. Folder Title
25 0006 Notes: History of religion
25 0112 Notebook: Copied poems/writings
25 0172 Collection of religious writings (Many not original. Some dated.)
25 0326 Collection of religious writings (Many not original. Some dated.)
25 0398 Collection of religious writings called "Inner Life" (Not original)
25 0486 Inventories of personal property
25 0521 Inventories of personal property
25 0611 Inventories of personal property
25 0675 Originals and reproductions of Emily Greene Balch sketches
25 0681 Miscellaneous sketches by Emily Greene Balch
25 0729 Miscellaneous sketches by Emily Greene Balch
25 0734 Sketchbook (c. 1931)


Box 30 Undated, unidentified writings
Reel No. Starting Frame No. Folder Title
25 0752 Printed writings
25 0768 Typescripts
     
26 0006 Typescripts
26 0048 Letters to the Editor and manuscripts
26 0102 Manuscripts
26 0233 Manuscripts
26 0252 Notes
26 0397 Notes
26 0504 Notes
26 0657 Notes
26 0755 Notes


SERIES IV: SUBJECT FILES OF EMILY GREENE BALCH
Single Accession Subject File
Box 31 [This material is not microfilmed and located on-site]
Aboriginies (1921?)
Advanced Peace Organization Conference (1926)
Advertising Peace (1932-1933)
Africa - Pan African Congress (1930-1931)
Atilborn, Enid and Alice (1945?-1946)
Ahnliectien (1949)
Albania (4 folders. 1927, 1945-1952)
American Continental Congress for Peace (1949)
American Inter-Organization Committee/Council (1935)
Americas (n.d.)
Amnesty (1947)
Anglo-American Relations (1928-1929)
Animals (n.d.)
Annual Wage (1945)
Anthropology (1937-1939)
Anti-slavery (n.d.)
Anti-Semitism (1935-1938)
Arabia (1938)
Armaments and Prosperity (1936)
Art for World Friendship (1950)
Apatrides (Statelessness) (1927-1944) [3 folders.]
Atomic bomb (2 folders. 1944-1950)
Australian colonization (n.d.)

Box 32
[This material is not microfilmed and is located on site]
Austrian Peace Society (1947)
Aviation (6 folders. 1924-1952)
Baldwin, Roger (1949)
Balkans (1928)
Beardsley, Helen (1946)
Boas, Franz (1940)
Bolivia (1944)
Boycott and Embargo (1937)
Bread (n.d.)
Brinton, Ellen Starr (1946-1948)
Bryn Mawr (1914, 1949) [2 folders]
Bulgaria (1927)
Butterman, Willy (1949)
Buxton, Dorothy F. (1948)
Bryd, Admiral Richard E. (1936)
Canada (1944-1946)
Canadian border (n.d.)
Cartels (1939-1944)
Child welfare (1951)
China (1927-1934; 1955) [4 folders]

Box 33
[This material is not microfilmed and is located on site]
Church World Service (1947)
Citizenship (1938-1951)
Civil Liberties (1924-1951) [2 folders]
Collier's (1955)
Colonies (1925-1944) [5 folders]
Commerce (1917)
Committee/Conference on Peaceful Alternatives (1945-1950)
Committee to Promote an Inventory of the Natural Resources of the World (1928-1929)
Communism and Communists (1936-1941)
Concerted Peace Action Committee (1938-1939)
Conference, International (1958)
Conscientious Objectors (1914-1939)
Conscription (1916-1947) [2 folders]
Consultative Pact (1930-1931) [2 folders]


Box 34
[This material is not microfilmed and is located on site]
Coolidge, Calvin (1925)
Cuba (n.d.)
Czechoslovakia (1937-1939) [2 folders]
Dakota (1946?) D.A.R. (1919)
Dardanelles (1936 )
Debts and Reparations (1927-1932)
Decorative Art (n.d.)
Defense, National (1936-1938)
Democracy (1927-1938)
Depression and Recovery (1934)
Detroit Conference (1950)
Diplomacy, American (1928)
Disarmament (9 folders. 1928-1953)

Box 35 [This material is not microfilmed and is located on site]

Disarmament, continued. (1929-1934) [4 folders]
Displaced Persons (1948-1951)
"Domestic" or "International" (1924)
Dreyfus (1938)
East Europe (1925-1929)
Economic and Social Council (1949)
Economic Conference, World (1930-1939)
Economic Cooperation, World (1938)
Economic Elements of War (1933-1937)
Economic Imperialism (n.d.)
Economic Reconstruction (1924-1936)
Economic Reform (1931-1937)
Economic Relations (1926)
Economic Situation (1927-1933)
Education (1929)
Einstein (1930-1933)
Embargoes (1929-1933)
Emergency Peace Campaign (1935-1937)
Emergency Peace Committee (1931-1932)
Encyclicals (1925)
England, Chamberlain and Eden (1938)
English Language (2 folders. 1936-1952)

Box 36 [This material is not microfilmed and is located on site]

Equal Rights (1936)
Espionage (1937)
Ethiopia (1929-1938)
Europe (1937-1947) [5 folders]
Famine (1951-1952)
Far East (1927-1950) [8 folders]
Federal Unionists (1938-1940)
Fellow Travelers (1947-1950)
Fellowship of Reconciliation (n.d.)
Finland (1948)
Fisher, Dorothy Canfield (1953)
Flag (1927-1940)
Follette (1933)
Forbes, Kenneth Ripley (1952)
Forced Labor (1930-1941)
Foreign Born (1936-1942)
Forerunners (1925)
Four Lights (n.d.)
Frazier Amendment (1927-1930)

Box 37 [This material is not microfilmed and is located on site]
Freedom of the Seas (1940)
Giltings, Victoria (1945)
German Rearmament; Chicago University Peace Group (1952)
Germans (1947)
German Trip (1948) [2 folders]
Germany (1931)
Germany and Friends (1933) [2 folders]
Germany - Anti-War Congress (1933)


Box 38 [This material is not microfilmed and is located on site]
Germany - Catholicism, Protestantism, Jews (1935-1938)
Germany - Church Opposition (1933)
Germany - "Conference on an Occupied Germany" (1948)
Germany - Concentration Camps (1933)
Germany - Disarmament Committee (1933)
Germany - Education (1944-1946)
Germany - Fascism (1933-1935)
Germany - Favorable (1938?)
Germany - General (1931-1950)
Germany - Hitler (1938)
Germany - Hitler's Statements (1936)
Germany - Letters and Notes (1947-1948) [2 folders]
Germany - Nazis (1933-1936)
Germany - Occupied (1945-1948) [2 folders]
Germany - Persecution (1932-1934) [2 folders]
Germany - Rearmament and the Bonn Parliament (1949-1950)
Germany - Visit (1934)
Gluckseling, Elfried (1937-1938)
Graves, Anna Melissa (1931-1955)
"H" Club (1936-1937)
Haiti (n.d.)
Hiss, Alger (re. from D. Detzer. 1949)
History Textbooks (1925-1926)

Box 39 [This material is not microfilmed and is located on site]
Holborn, Mrs. (n.d.)
Hoppe Collection (1928-1938)
Hull, Hannah Clothier (n.d.)
Humber Resolution, New York (1941-1942)
Hungary (1945-1946)
Hurley Plan (1929)
Hydrogen Bomb (1949-1950)
Immigration (1932-1938)
India (1930)
Indian Affairs (1933-1940)
Institute of World Organization, Washington (2 folders. 1942)
International Consultative Group (1935-1937)
International Mindedness (1944)
International Trade (n.d.)
International Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WIL) Members (1936-1938) [2 folders]
Ireland, C.I. Memorial (1929-1950)
Japan (1948-1954)
Jews (2 folders. 1942-1948)
Kluckhohn, Clyde (1949)
Kulka, Ella (1940-1945)
Language (2 folders. 1933-1940)
Latin America (1940-1941)
Latin America Economic Institute (1940)
League of Nations (1923)


Box 40 [This material is not microfilmed and is located on site]
Libby, F.L. (1945)
Liberia (1931-1934) [4 folders]
Lochner (1937)
Mandate Plan - Mabel Vernon (1935-1937)
Marshall Plan (1943-1945)
Massachusetts Resolution (1919-1939)
Mead Papers (1936-1938)
Money Problems (1927-1943)
Monuments, War and Peace (1951)
Muckleston, Mrs. H.S. (1948-1949)
Munitions Industry and Trade (n.d.)
Music and Peace (1929)
Nationality and C.O.'s (1931)
Nazarenes (1928)
Negroes (1945-1948)
Newspapers, Writing for (1947)
Nobel Prize (1946-1953) [3 folders]
Non-resistance (1944)
Non-violence (n.d.)
Oil (1944)
Pacific Islands (1944-1947) [2 folders]
Pacifism (1937)
Pacifist Handbook (1939)
Pacifists in Exile (1937)
Palestine (2 folders. 1928-1938)
Parisians of Peace (1950-1952)
Party Programs (n.d.)
Passports (1927)


Box 41 [This material is not microfilmed and is located on site]
Patterns for Peace Religions Groups (1943)
Peace (3 folders. 1914-1943)
Peace Aims (1943-1944)
Peace and Disarmament Committee - Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) [2 folders. 1935-1938]
Peace Arms - NCPW, D.A.R. (1943)
Peace Commission (1937)
Peace Cooperation (1933-1944) [2 folders]
Peace Days (1928-1930)
Peace Now (1944) [2 folders]
Peace Proposals (1949-1951) [4 folders]
Peace Terms (1917-1945) [4 folders]
Penal (1925-1930)
Philippines (1925)
Pickard Letters (1942-1943)
Plays and Pageants (1904-1933)


Box 42 [This material is not microfilmed and is located on site]
Poetry (1915-1950) [3 folders]
Police, International (1944-1953)
Polish Corridor (1913-1933) [2 folders]
Preparedness (1915)
Pressure Groups (1940-1944) [2 folders]
Prisoners of War (1944-1945)
Projects and Programs (1897-1942) [2 folders]
Quotations (1903-1950) [2 folders]
Rea, Helene (1947)
Red Cross, International (1945-1946)
Reddick, Olive (1938-1941) [2 folders]
Referendum (1935-1941)

Box 43 [This material is not microfilmed and is located on site]
Refugees (1924-1951) [3 folders]
Registration (1942) [2 folders]
Rehabilitation (1940-1946) [4 folders]
Revision (1932-1934) [4 folders]
Richer by Asia (1947-1948)
Rights, Human (1933)
Roerich, Nicholas K. (1930)

Box 44 [This material is not microfilmed and is located on site]
Romain Rolland, Friends of (1945-1949)
Rosett, Joshua (n.d.)
Russia (1947-1949)
Schweiz, Arbeiter-Hilfswerk (1944-1946)
Science and Religion (1930-1948)
Scientific Warfare (1947-1948)
Shotwell, James (1952)
Stalin, Joseph (1941-1942)
Stene, Helga (1945-1948)
Stinnes, Edmund H. (1942)
"Subversive" (19847-1953)
Swiss Council (1945-1946)
Tanaka Document (1933)
Treaty Ratification (1944-1945)
Trusteeship Council (1947-1950) [2 folders]

Box 45 [This material is not microfilmed and is located on site]
Wallace, Henry A. (1942)
Waterways: Coast Guard (1945-1947)
Waterways: Free Ports and Trade Zones (1945-1947)
Waterways and Polar Regions: Internationalization of (1946 1952) [2 folders]
Waterways: International Maritime Organization (1946-1952) [2 folders]
Waterways: Maritime Labor (1947)
Waterways: Mediterranean (1937-1948)
Waterways: Meteorology (1947)
Waterways: Miscellaneous (1946-1952)
Waterways: Safety at Sea, including Ice Patrol (1947-1952)
Waterways: Suez Canal (195l-1952)
Welles, Sumner (1943)
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WIL) Luxembourg Congress Fundraising Correspondence (1944-1946)
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WIL) Luxembourg Congress, Miscellaneous (1946)
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WIL) Refugee Work: Eastern Europeans (1939-1940)
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WIL) Refugee Work: Miscellaneous (1932-1942)
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WIL) Refugee Work: National Refugee Committee (1939-1941) [2 folders]


Box 46 [This material is not microfilmed and is located on site]
Refugee Work: National Refugee Service (2 folders. 1940-1941)
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WIL) Refugee Work: Other Refugee Organizations (1938-1945)
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WIL) Refugee Work: Other than NRC (1930-1943)
World Bank (1929)
World Court (n.d.)
World Organization: Campaign for World Government (1943-1945)
World Organization: Commission to Study the Organization of Peace and Shotwell (1940-1943)
World Organization: Culbertson and World Federation, Inc. (1943)
World Organization: Miscellaneous (1934-1953)
World Organization: National Peace Conference (n.d.)
World Organization: Other Groups (1939-1944)
World Organization: Statements by Individuals (1939-1944)



Multiple Accession File [NOTE: This is a composite file created from subject folders found in different places in the Balch papers]
Box 47 [This material is not microfilmed and is located on site]
Africa (1936, 1938)
Alien Pacifists (1938, 1939)
American Committee for Anti-Nazi Literature (1937)
Arab Question during World War I (1916-1917, 1938)
Arbitration (n.d.)
Arms Parley (1927)
Bases (1945-1950)
Churches and Peace (1921-1947)
Civil Rights (1949)
Committee on Plyglot Petition (n.d.)
Conscription - General (1944, 1945)
Copper Resolution - Outlawry of War (1927)
Emergency Peace Campaign (1936)
Fascism (n.d.)
Feeding/Food (1943)
Haiti (c.1932)
Havana (n.d.)
India (1907, 1931)
International Peace C? (n.d.)
Japanese Relocation (Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) Sub-Committee on Japanese-American Relocation (1941-1944)
Labor/Trade (1936, 1949)
League for Human Rights (1935, 1942)
League of Nations, Reform of (1933-1936)

Box 48 [This material is not microfilmed and is located on site]
Militarism and Education (c.1927-1946)
Minorities (n.d.)
Morrow-Carter-Glass (1927)
Pacifists (1930, 1934)
Pacifist Movements in Other Countries (1930s and 1940s)
People's Mandate (1936?)
Professor Herron's Material concerning Central Europe and Germany (1919-1940)
Quaker Notices (1943)
Religion (l890s-1940s)
Supranational Commonwealth (1926-1928)
Wilkie's "One World" (1943)
Wisconsin Conference on Cause and Cure of War (1937 and 1938)
Women's International Organizations (1944)
World Government Plans (1930s and 1940s)
Miscellaneous
Removal sheets and origin of files

Box 49 [This material is not microfilmed and is located on site]
Cartoon Collection (1910-1950 and n.d.)

SUBJECT FILE: Kathleen Whitaker (Sayre) [Note: This subject file was part of the Balch papers]
Box 50 [This material is not microfilmed and is located on site]
Armaments - General Cost of (1920-1938)
Cruiser bill (1928-1929)
Frazier Amendment (1931-1933)
Geneva Conference (1931-1933)
Geneva Protocol (League of Nations) (1919-1936)
International Anti-Militaristic (1931-1937)
London Conference (1929-1930)
Jews (1923-1936)
Near East (1920-1929)
Negotiated Peace (1939, 1941)

Box 51 [This material is not microfilmed and is located on site]
Neutrality (1915, 1936-1941)
Next War? (1920-1937)
Niebuhr, Reinhold (1928, 1933)
Occupied Area (World War I) (1920-1924)
Organizations, U.S.A. (1918-1942)
Organizations, Foreign (1920-1930)
Peace Plans and Methods (1923-1941)
 
Box 52 [This material is not microfilmed and is located on site]
Peace Terms (1939)
Peace (World War) (1917, 1919)
Petitions (1928-1941)
Political Action (1936-1940)
Refugees (1937-1939)
Referendum (1937-1939)
Vinson Bill (1938)
Youth (1923-1941)
Unfiled material (1913-1945)

SERIES V: PEACE LITERATURE AND REFERENCE MATERIAL (not completely organized)

Boxes 53 Miscellaneous WILPF material [This material is not microfilmed and is located on site]
Removal sheets
1910s
1916
Newspaper clippings, 1917
1920s (includes essays by Hungarian children, Action Lodge Famine Relief Fund and Society of Friends Relief Mission)
1930s
1940s
1943
Newspaper clippings 1943 [2 folders]
Undated



Box 54 Peace pamphlets [This material is not microfilmed and is located on site]
1920s
1920s, 1930s: organizational reports
1930s
1930
1931
1939
1940

Box 55 Peace literature and pamphlets [This material is not microfilmed and is located on site]
1940s [3 folders]
1942
1943
1950s
Undated

Box 56 Peace literature and reference material [This material is not microfilmed and is located on site]
1890-1906
1907-1909
1910-1919
1920-1929
1930-1935
1936-1939

Box 57 [This material is not microfilmed and is located on site]
1940-1942 [2 folders]
1943-1944
1948
1950
Undated [2 folders]
SCPC work folders on Papers of Emily Greene Balch


ADDITIONAL ACCESSIONS RECEIVED SINCE MICROFILMING

Acc. 89A-002
[These items are not microfilmed and are located off-site] Speech "War Is Obsolete," by Emily Greene Balch (1940). [Series III, Box 26
Nicklanovich, Michael D. "Septmother of the Slavs: Emily Balch," Serb World May/June 1988, pp. 6-11. [Series I, Box 3.]
Walsh, Evelyn "Nobel Prize Winner-Emily Greene Balch `I Did What I Wanted With My Life,'" Second Century Radcliffe News June 1988. [Series I, Box 3.]

Acc. 89A-148
[These items are not microfilmed and are located off-site]
Letter from Bertrand Russell to Emily Greene Balch June 6, 1940. (Photocopy only.) [Series II, Box 12.]

Acc. 90A-013
[These items are not microfilmed and are located off-site]
One letter from Balch to Dorothy Detzer July 5 ?, two newspaper clippings, one copy of poem entitled "The Kingdom," (retitled Coexistence,) one article on Balch from Friends Journal December 1, 1975. [Series I, Box 4.]

Acc. 04A-072
[This item is not microfilmed and is located on-site]
1869 Diary of Catherine Porter Noyes, sister of Ellen Noyes Balch, aunt to Emily Greene Balch.



This file was last updated on July 24, 2009.