Records, 1921-1975
©Swarthmore College Peace Collection
500 College Avenue, Swarthmore, PA 19050


Series D: Departmental Records
[records of various departments of the NCPW, plus various endeavors]

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Box 29 [mf reel 41:20]
Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)
Florence Brewer Boeckel:
- Biographical information [photos removed to Photograph Collection]
- Writings, 1920s
- Writings, 1930-1935
- Writings, 1936-1939
- Writings, 1940s
- Writings, n.d.
- Speeches made: transcripts & notes, etc. [2 folders]


Box 29a (cont.) [mf reel 41:21]
Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)
Florence Brewer Boeckel:
- Correspondence with FJL & other NCPW staff members, 1922-1924 [nothing from 1925]
- Correspondence with FJL & other NCPW staff members, 1926-1931

- Correspondence with FJL & other NCPW staff members, 1932-1938


Box 30 [mf reel 41:21 cont.]
Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)
Florence Brewer Boeckel:
- Correspondence with NCPW staff members at Branch Office/s & Washington (DC) Office, 1929-1945
- Correspondence with Laura Puffer Morgan & other NCPW staff members, 1929-1937
- Correspondence with newspapers, 1921-1922
- Survey of colleges to discover interest in international relations, 1922 [includes correspondence]
- Attendance at Brussels Conference on World Peace (Belgium), 1936 [includes follow-up activities by the NCPW]
Correspondence (general), 1921-1938: A - Andrae World Interdependence Exhibit


Box 30 (cont.) [mf reel 41:22]
Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)
Correspondence (general), 1921-1938: Andrae exhibit


Box 31 [mf reel 41:22 cont.]
Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)
Florence Brewer Boeckel:
- Correspondence with Mrs. Frederic Beggs, 1933-1938
Correspondence (general), 1921-1938: B - Children's Magazine


Box 31 (cont.) [mf reel 41:23]
Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)
Correspondence (general), 1921-1938: Carrie Chapman Catt -D


Box 32 [mf reel 41:23 cont.]
Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)
Correspondence (general), 1921-1938: E-J


Box 32 (cont.) [mf reel 41:24]
Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)
Correspondence (general), 1921-1938: Jacques - K


Box 33 [mf reel 41:24 cont.]
Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)
Correspondence (general), 1921-1938: L - National Federation of Business & Professional Women


Box 33 (cont.) [mf reel 41:25]
Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)
Correspondence (general), 1921-1938: National Peace Conference - Nz


Box 34 [mf reel 41:25 cont.]
Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)
Correspondence (general), 1921-1938: O-U & Wa-Wh


Box 34 (cont.) [mf reel 41:26]
Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)
Correspondence (general), 1921-1938: V-Wo


Box 35 [mf reel 41:26 cont.]
Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)
Correspondence (general), 1921-1938: Wo-Z
Correspondence (general), 1938


Box 35 (cont.) [mf reel 41:27]
Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)
Correspondence (general), 1939-1940
Florence Brewer Boeckel:
Letter of resignation, 1942


Box 36 [mf reel 41:27 cont.]
Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)
Books by Florence Brewer Boeckel:
- Through the Gateway (Books of Goodwill, vol. 1), 1926 [2 copies of book; not filmed]
- Across Borderlines (Books of Goodwill, vol. 2), 1926 [2 copies of book; not filmed]
- Through the Gateway and Across Borderlines: Correspondence re: permissions, etc., 1925- ; sales, etc.
- Through the Gateway and Across Borderlines: Promotion; reviews; correspondence; etc.


Box 37 [mf reel 41:27 cont.]
Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)
Books by Florence Brewer Boeckel:
- published books: correspondence re: sale & promotion, advertising circulars, & reviews of Between War & Peace: A Handbook for Peace Workers, 1928


Box 37 (cont.) [mf reel 41:28]
Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)
Books by Florence Brewer Boeckel --
Between War & Peace: A Handbook for Peace Workers, 1928:
- 2 copies of book [not filmed]
- Promotion & sales, 1928- [2 folders]
- Review & comments
- Promotion; correspondence; etc.
Books by Florence Brewer Boeckel -- Turn Toward Peace:
- 2 copies of 1931 edition [not filmed; 1st edition was published in 1930]; "Leaders Manual" [not filmed]
- Planning; correspondence with Friendship Press; etc.
- Promotion
- Reviews & comments [includes correspondence]


Box 38 [mf reel 41:28 cont.]
Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)
Series of mimeographed leaflets "Facts & Figures on International Affairs" (revised each year), 1932-1933
Series of mimeographed leaflets "World Problems," 1934-1939


Box 38 (cont.) [mf reel 41:29]
Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)
Series of mimeographed leaflets "World Problems," 1940
Series of six mimeographed leaflets "Post-War World," 1942


Box 39 [mf reel 41:29 cont.]
Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)
Lists of materials
Programs for special days:
- Programs etc. re: Lincoln's Birthday (Feb. 12)
- Programs etc. re: Pan-American Day (April 14) [3 folders]
- Programs etc. re: Pan-American Day (April 14): newsclippings [not filmed]
- Programs etc. re: Mother's Day (May 12)
- Programs etc. re: World Goodwill Day (May 18) [includes World Messages From the Children of Wales] [2 folders]

Box 40 [mf reel 41:30]
Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)
Programs for special days:
- Programs etc. re: Memorial Day [2 folders]
- Programs etc. re: Memorial Day: newsclippings [not filmed]
- Programs etc. re: World Goodwill Day [includes World Messages From the Children of Wales]
- Programs etc. re: World Goodwill Day [includes correspondence]
- Programs etc. re: Flag Day (June 14) [2 folders]
- Programs etc. re: Flag Day (June 14): newsclippings [not filmed]
- Programs etc. re: saluting the flag [includes correspondence with Friends' colleges re: policy concerning flying the American flag on their premises, 1931]

Box 41 [mf reel 41:30 cont.]
Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)
Programs for special days:
- Programs etc. re: Father's Day (June 18)
- Programs etc. re: July 4th
- Programs etc. re: Columbus Day (Oct. 12)
- Programs etc. re: Armistice Day (Nov. 11) [3 folders]
- Programs etc. re: Armistice Day (Nov. 11): newsclippings [not filmed]
- Programs etc. re: Christmas Day (Dec. 25)

Box 41 (cont.) [mf reel 41:31]
Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)
Programs for special days:
- Programs etc. re: Armistice Day (Nov. 11) (cont.)
- Programs etc. re: Christmas Day (Dec. 25) (cont.)

Box 42 [mf reel 41:31 cont.]
Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)
Programs for special days:
- Programs etc. re: Christmas Day (Dec. 25) (cont.) [3 folders]
Lists of material for special groups
Programs & material for/about special groups:
- Business & peace

Box 42 (cont.) [mf reel 41:32]
Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)
Programs & material for/about special groups:
- Campfire Girls, ca. 1931
- Children, ca. 1931 [farmers & peace: see Farm Dept.; labor & peace: see Labor Dept.]

Box 43 [mf reel 41:32 cont.]
Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)
Programs & material for/about special groups:
- Politicians/politics & peace
- Soldiers & peace [2 folders]
- Patriotism & peace [newsclippings not filmed]

Box 43 (cont.) [mf reel 41:33]
Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)
Programs & material for/about special groups:
- Women & peace [2 folders]
- Women & peace -- Mother's Day
- Women & peace -- British women [includes North Wales Women's Peace Council, 1929-1931]
- Women & peace -- women's clubs [2 folders]
- Peace education in the home

Box 43a (1/2 box) [mf reel 41:33 cont.]
Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)
Literature packets for teachers, ca. 1929-1930
Literature packets for teachers [2 folders]

Box 44 [mf reel 41:33 cont.]
Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)
Programs & packets for special groups:
- Women & peace -- club programs, etc.
- Peace education in the home

Box 45 [mf reel 41:34]
Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)
Programs & material for/about special groups:
- Students & peace [3 folders]
- Students & peace -- newsclippings [not filmed]
- Youth & peace
- Youth & peace -- speech contests [includes Seabury Press & Intercollegiate Peace Association]

Box 46 [mf reel 41:34 cont.]
Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)
Programs & packets for special groups -- world interdependence:
- Correspondence; exhibit information; literature; maps; etc. [photos of exhibits (1931-1937) removed to Photograph Collection; no large maps in folder]
- Literature developed re: world trade maps of industries (mimeographs), 1927
- Literature developed re: economic survey of the U.S. (7 sections; mimeographed), 1927
- World trade, etc. [includes correspondence]
- Material for exhibits on world trade, 1933
- Andrae World Interdependence Exhibit: publicity; reports; etc.
- Exhibits; programs; literature (including "Times Have Changed")
- International economic cooperation, 1937-1943
- Material re: "the shrinking world"

Box 46 (cont.) [mf reel 41:35]
Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)
Programs & packets for special groups -- world trade:
- "The Shrinking World"; world economic surveys, 1933-1934
- Local trade maps; material re: world interdependence
- Material re: international economic cooperation

Box 47 [mf reel 41:35 cont.]
Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)
Educating for peace: literature courses, etc.
Educating for peace: literature courses, etc. [newsclippings not filmed]

Box 47 (cont.) [mf reel 41:36]
Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)
Educating for peace: in other countries
Educating for peace: literature -- "Prophets of Peace: Literature by Prominent Americans, Britons & Germans"
Educating for peace: international projects for schools [postcards removed to Subject File: Art in War & Peace; posters removed to Poster Collection]
Educating for peace: Inter-Racial Festival, Washington (DC), directed by Rachel DuBois, 1943 (Nov.) [includes correspondence]
Educating for peace: intercultural education [newsclippings at end of folder not filmed]
Educating for peace: literature re: realities & effects of war
Educating for peace: war & peace as portrayed in history textbooks [includes 2 letters]

Box 48 [mf reel 41:36 cont. -41:37]
Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)
Peace pageants & plays [5 folders]
Peace pageants & plays: "Goodwill, the Magician"
Peace pageants & plays

Box 48a (1/2 box) [mf reel 41:37 cont.]
Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)
Peace poems
Peace hymns [2 folders]

Box 49 [mf reel 41:37 cont.]
Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)
Bibliographies re: peace literature/material [4 folders]


Box 49 (cont.) [mf reel 41:38]
Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)
Peace flags [includes peace flag drawings by 6th grade students; 2 small flags re: the golden rule removed to Memorabilia Collection; photos removed to Photograph Collection; document "World Peace Flags...World Peace Greetings" (1935) removed to Oversized Items Collection; correspondence]
Games & costumes from other lands [newsclippings not filmed]
Peace parades [includes correspondence; photographs removed to Photograph Collection]
Peace parades: Cherry Blossom Festival/s (Washington, DC)

Box 50 [mf reel 41:38 cont.]
Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)
Church programs & peace [2 folders]
Churches & peace [2 folders]

Box 50 (cont.) [mf reel 41:39]
Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)
Ministers & peace
Churches & peace: teaching world friendship in Sunday School
Churches & peace: opinions of religious youth on war
Catholic Church & peace: Pope Pius XII

Box 51 [mf reel 41:39 cont.]
Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)
Peace prayers
Peace hymns [includes several letters]

Box 51 (cont.) [mf reel 41:40]
Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)
Correspondence & promotion etc. of "Children From Many Lands" posters [posters removed to Poster Collection]
Peace posters & cards [NCPW posters, cards, photos & stickers removed to appropriate collections]
Educational material for teachers
Educational material for teachers: education & peace [2 folders]

Box 52 [mf reel 41:40 cont.]
Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)
Resolutions for educational institutions
World peace leaders
World peace leaders [newsclippings at end of folder not filmed]
Heroes of peace [newsclippings at end of folder not filmed]
Peace monuments
World Goodwill Day, May 18, 1931: scrapbook re: participants in Round the World Telephone Conversation [photos removed to Photograph Collection]
Book reviews and columns by Florence Brewer Boeckel for News Bulletin and Peace Action, 1928-1940
Pacifism

Box 52 (cont.) [mf reel 41:41]
Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)
Round the World Telephone Conversation [photos removed to Photograph Collection]
World Wireless Message of the Children of Wales
Book reviews by Florence Brewer Boeckel in Peace Action, 1928-1941
Pacifism

Box 53 [mf reel 41:41 cont.]
Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)
"Between War & Peace": a series of radio discussions by Members of Congress, 1935-1939

Box 53 (cont.) [mf reel 41:42]
Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)
"Between War & Peace": comments on foreign policy by Florence Brewer Boeckel (press releases), 1938-1941

Box 54 [mf reel 41:43]
Speakers Bureau, 1921-1954
Files of Mrs. Edward L. Hunt (Secretary):
- Correspondence, 1921 (Nov.) - 1922 (Jan.)
Files of Belle Rankin (Secretary):
- Correspondence & schedule, 1922 (Jan.-March)
Files of Gladys Gould Mackenzie (Secretary), 1925-1954:
- Speaking engagements of staff members, 1921-1938
- Contacts & suggestions for speakers
- Requests for speakers
- Other speakers bureaus
Lucia Ames Mead: correspondence, 1921-1929

Box 54 cont. [mf reel 41:44]
Speakers Bureau, 1921-1954
Files of Gladys Gould Mackenzie (Secretary), 1925-1954:
- Lucia Ames Mead: correspondence, 1930

Box 55 [mf reel 41:44 cont.]
Speakers Bureau, 1921-1954
Files of Gladys Gould Mackenzie (Secretary), 1925-1954:
- Lucia Ames Mead: correspondence, publicity, schedules
- Rev. Leyton Richards, 1925 (March-May): biographical material, correspondence & schedules
- Rev. Leyton Richards, 1925 (March-May): commendations; publicity [media coverage?]
- Carrie W. Ormsbee, 1928-1930: correspondence, contacts, schedules & reports
- Thomas Q. Harrison, 1931-1934: correspondence with Gladys Gould Mackenzie & NCPW Washington (DC) office staff members
- Thomas Q. Harrison, 1931-1934: correspondence with Friends Speakers Bureau (Philadelphia, PA), 1931-1932 [includes Friends Speakers Bureau's correspondence with Gladys Gould Mackenzie]
- Thomas Q. Harrison, 1931-1934: publicity & programs; schedules & reports
- Thomas Q. Harrison, 1931-1934: commendations; orders & sales of literature & subscriptions to Peace Action
- Alden G. Alley, 1933-1937: correspondence with Gladys Gould Mackenzie & NCPW Washington (DC) office staff members, 1934

Box 55 cont. [mf reel 41:45]
Speakers Bureau, 1921-1954
Files of Gladys Gould Mackenzie (Secretary), 1925-1954:
- Alden G. Alley, 1933-1941: correspondence with Gladys Gould Mackenzie, 1935

Box 56 [mf reel 41:45 cont.]
Speakers Bureau, 1921-1954
Files of Gladys Gould Mackenzie (Secretary), 1925-1954:
- Alden G. Alley, 1933-1937: correspondence with Gladys Gould Mackenzie, 1935-1937 [includes several letters after his disappearance, 1938]
- Alden G. Alley, 1933-1937: correspondence with his sister (Anna) after his disappearance, 1938-1941
- Alden G. Alley, 1933-1937: publicity & photographs [photos removed to Photograph Collection]
- Alden G. Alley, 1933-1937: writings
- Alden G. Alley, 1933-1937: lecture topics
- Alden G. Alley, 1933-1937: commendations
- Alden G. Alley, 1933-1937: lecture schedules; finances
- Marie Louise Moll, 1937 (Sept.-Dec.): correspondence re: & arrangements for speaking trip

Box 57 [mf reel 41:46]
Legislative Department, 1922-1954
Files of Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary & Specialist in Disarmament), 1922-1938:
- Writings, 1924-1941
- Publicity & commendations; media coverage; photographs; biographical information [photos removed to Photograph Collection]
- Financial records; speaking engagements, 1922-1945
- Correspondence re: European trips; personal notes, 1930
- Correspondence with FJL & NCPW Washington (DC) office staff members, 1922-1925

Box 57 cont. [mf reel 41:47]
Legislative Department, 1922-1954
Files of Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary & Specialist in Disarmament), 1922-1938:
- Correspondence with FJL & Washington office staff members, 1926-1927

Box 58 [mf reel 41:47 cont.]
Legislative Department, 1922-1954
Files of Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary & Specialist in Disarmament), 1922-1938:
- Correspondence with FJL, 1928-1932
- Correspondence with NCPW staff members, 1932

Box 58 cont. & 58a [mf reel 41:48]
Legislative Department, 1922-1954
Files of Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary & Specialist in Disarmament), 1922-1938:
- Correspondence with FJL, 1933-1934
- Correspondence with NCPW staff members, 1933

Box 59 [mf reel 41:48 cont.]
Legislative Department, 1922-1954
Files of Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary & Specialist in Disarmament), 1922-1938:
- General correspondence with staff members, 1932-1934, 1938-1942
- Correspondence with FJL, 1935-1936
- Correspondence with Elizabeth Ball Thompson (LPM's secretary), 1936-1937
- Foreign correspondence, 1930-1932

Box 59 cont. [mf reel 41:49]
Legislative Department, 1922-1954
Files of Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary & Specialist in Disarmament), 1922-1938:
- Misc. correspondence, etc. with Kathleen D. Courtney, 1933
- Misc. correspondence, etc. re: war costs, 1927-1931
- Misc. correspondence, etc. with World Federation of Education Associations, 1927-1929
- Misc. correspondence, etc. with World Hero Prize (of 1926), 1925-1926
- Misc. correspondence, etc. with World Peace Foundation, 1928-1930
- Misc. correspondence, etc. with special organizations, 1929-1932
- Misc. correspondence, etc. re: Washington Council on International Relations, 1927-1931

Box 60 [mf reel 41:49 cont.]
Legislative Department, 1922-1954
Files of Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary & Specialist in Disarmament), 1922-1938:
- Correspondence (general), 1921-1932: A - Committee on Educational Publicity

Box 60 cont. & 60a [mf reel 41:50]
Legislative Department, 1922-1954
Files of Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary & Specialist in Disarmament), 1922-1938:
- Correspondence (general), 1921-1932: re: Compulsory Military Training (with Anton H. Jensen) - foreign correspondence

Box 61 [mf reel 41:50 cont.]
Legislative Department, 1922-1954
Files of Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary & Specialist in Disarmament), 1922-1938:
- Correspondence (general), 1921-1932: Foreign Policy Association - Militarism in Education (Committee on)

Box 61 cont. [mf reel 41:51]
Legislative Department, 1922-1954
Files of Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary & Specialist in Disarmament), 1922-1938:
- Correspondence (general), 1921-1932: National Committee on the Cause & Cure of War - National Council of Women of the U.S.A.

Box 62 [mf reel 41:51 cont.]
Legislative Department, 1922-1954
Files of Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary & Specialist in Disarmament), 1922-1938:
- Correspondence (general), 1921-1932: organizations - R.O.T.C.

Box 62 cont. [mf reel 41:52]
Legislative Department, 1922-1954
Files of Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary & Specialist in Disarmament), 1922-1938:
- Correspondence (general), 1921-1932: R.O.T.C. (cont.) - Leonard Stein

Box 63 [mf reel 41:52 cont.]
Legislative Department, 1922-1954
Files of Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary & Specialist in Disarmament), 1922-1938
- Correspondence (general), 1921-1932: treaties [missing U-Z correspondence]
- Correspondence (general): British (mostly on naval appropriations)
- Misc. reports, 1934

Box 63 cont. [mf reel 41:53]
Legislative Department, 1922-1954
Files of Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary & Specialist in Disarmament), 1922-1938:
- Misc. speeches, cables & resolutions, 1933
- Reports; information re: circulation; publicity
- Reports & misc. material, 1932

Box 64 [mf reel 41:53 cont.]
Legislative Department, 1922-1954
Files of Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary & Specialist in Disarmament), 1922-1938:
- Weekly reports as NCPW Disarmament/European Representative in Geneva (Switzerland):
-- Feb. 6, 1932 - June 29, 1932 [reports #1-19 (rough drafts), mostly re: Disarmament Conference]
-- July 6, 1932 - June 21, 1932 [reports #20-? (rough drafts), mostly re: Disarmament Conference]
-- Dec. 12, 1933 - Oct. 2, 1934 [2nd series reports #7-31 (rough drafts), mostly re: Disarmament Conference]
- Articles by Laura Puffer Moran, 1934
- Weekly reports as NCPW Disarmament/European Representative in Geneva (Switzerland):
-- Feb. 19, 1935 - Nov. 29, 1935 [report letters #1-31, mostly re: Disarmament Conference]
-- Dec. 10, 1935 - March 26, 1936 [reports #1-14, re: Naval Conference]
-- Aug. 25, 1936 - Dec. 11, 1936 [reports #1-15 of Winter 1936-1937]
-- Jan. 11, 1937 - July 16, 1937 [reports #16-36 of Winter 1936-1937]
-- Sept. 13, 1937 - Dec. 28, 1937 [reports letters #1-12 of Winter 1937-1938]
News Behind the News, 1933 [removed to Periodical Collection]
Geneva Information Service & Information Bulletin [both removed to Periodical Collection]

Box 64 cont. [mf reel 41:54]
Legislative Department, 1922-1954
Files of Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary & Specialist in Disarmament), 1922-1938:
- Reports from Geneva (Switzerland), 1936-1940

Box 65 [mf reel 41:55]
Legislative Department, 1922-1954
Files of Jeannette Rankin (Secretary), 1929-1939:
- Biographical information
- Media coverage [photos removed to Photograph Collection]
- Writings/speeches -- "Some Questions About Pearl Harbor" [includes NCPW reprint of speech in Dec. 8, 1942 Congressional Quarterly, as well as correspondence re: controversy over postal franking of mailing]
- Biographical information -- commendations & testimonials, 1933-1936
- Planning [by others] (1935-1938) for commemorations of Members of Congress (including Rankin) who voted against war on April 6, 1917 [includes letters from poll of many in Congress re: whether they did or still would vote pro or con on war]
- Writings/statements/speeches -- transcripts, 1929-1935
- Writings/statements/speeches -- transcripts, 1936-1942
- Radio speeches -- transcripts, 1928-1939

Box 66 [mf reel 41:55 cont.]
Legislative Department, 1922-1954
Files of Jeannette Rankin (Secretary), 1929-1939:
- Speaking engagements, 1930-1932

Box 66 cont. [mf reel 41:56]
Legislative Department, 1922-1954
Files of Jeannette Rankin (Secretary), 1929-1939:
- Speaking engagements, 1933-1936

Box 67 [mf reel 41:56 cont.]
Legislative Department, 1922-1954
Files of Jeannette Rankin (Secretary), 1929-1939
- Speaking engagements, 1937-1938

Box 67 cont. [mf reel 41:57]
Legislative Department, 1922-1954
Files of Jeannette Rankin (Secretary), 1929-1939:
- Speaking engagements, 1939-1940, n.d.
- Reports on work
- Correspondence re: ceremony honoring those who voted against WWI (April 6, 1936)
- Publicity re: ceremony honoring those who voted against WWI (April 6, 1936)

Box 68 [mf reel 41:57 cont.]
Legislative Department, 1922-1954
Files of Jeannette Rankin (Secretary), 1929-1939:
- Correspondence with FJL & NCPW staff members, 1929-1935

Box 68 cont. [mf reel 41:58]
Legislative Department, 1922-1954
Files of Jeannette Rankin (Secretary), 1929-1939
- Correspondence with FJL & NCPW staff members, 1936-1954

Box 69 [mf reel 41:58 cont.]
Legislative Department, 1922-1954
Files of Jeannette Rankin (Secretary), 1929-1939:
- Georgia Peace Society, 1930-1939
- Disarmament resolutions from local groups (mostly Georgia), 1933
- Correspondence etc. re: founding of "Chair of Peace" at Brenau College, 1934-1935
- Accusations by American Legion of Macon (GA) resulting in libel suit, 1935-1936
- Correspondence re: military training in Georgia
- "To Chicago" Plan, 1932: correspondence
- "To Chicago" Plan, 1932: strategy maps of states
- Form letters & releases, 1930-1941
- Protest signature books (Georgia)

Box 70 [mf reel 41:59]
Legislative Department, 1922-1954
Files of Jeannette Rankin (Secretary), 1929-1939:
- Correspondence (general), 1930-1939: Az - Or

Box 71 [mf reel 41:60]
Legislative Department, 1922-1954
Files of Jeannette Rankin (Secretary), 1929-1939:
- Correspondence (general), 1930-1939: P-W
- Misc. correspondence, 1929-1944
- Correspondence with workers in Georgia: A-E, 1931-1937; F-N, 1930-1939
- Correspondence with Mrs. Pope Hill (Georgia)

Box 71 cont. [mf reel 41:61]
Legislative Department, 1922-1954
Files of Jeannette Rankin (Secretary), 1929-1939 :
- Correspondence with workers in Georgia: O-W, 1930-1938

Box 72 [mf reel 41:61 cont.]
Legislative Department, 1922-1954
Files of Jeannette Rankin (Secretary), 1929-1939:
- Correspondence with Senators, 1929-1939
- Letters to Members of Congress, 1928-1939
- U.S. Congressional (House) Bills re: war & peace, 1935-1939

Box 73 [mf reel 41:62]
Legislative Department, 1922-1954
Files of Jeannette Rankin (Secretary), 1929-1939:
- Correspondence with Members of Congress: A-W

Box 74 [mf reel 41:62 cont.]
Legislative Department, 1922-1954
Files of Jeannette Rankin (Secretary), 1929-1939 :
- Correspondence with Roger Baldwin (ACLU)
- Correspondence with Emergency Peace Campaign, 1936-1937
- Foreign correspondence; correspondence re: the National Anthem; correspondence with the Navy Department
- Correspondence re: neutrality

Box 74 cont. [mf reel 41:63]
Legislative Department, 1922-1954
Files of Jeannette Rankin (Secretary), 1929-1939:
- Correspondence re: naturalization (including with President & Mrs. Roosevelt)
- Correspondence with organizations; re: radio [broadcasts?]; correspondence with Major General William C. Rivers
- Correspondence with U.S. State Department; re: universal draft, 1930
- Correspondence re: National Defense Act, 1921 (Aug.); Congressional Record, Jan. 30, 1934
- Misc. material (probably used by FJL when writing To End War)
- Newspaper clippings, 1924-1970

Box 75 [mf reel 41:64]
Legislative Department, 1922-1954
Files of Albion P. Beverage (Director), 1944-1947:
- Biographical information
- Correspondence with FJL, 1943-1948
- Reports to FJL; testimonials
- Writings; speaking engagements
- Speeches written for Senators Wheeler, Bridges, Langer, etc. (as ghost writer), 1944-1945
- Correspondence (general), 1944-1946
- Packages to Germany (amendment of Trading with the Enemy Act), 1946
- Candidacy for Senator from Maine, 1948

Box 76 [mf reel 41:65]
Legislative Department, 1922-1954
Files of James Finucane (Director), 1947-1954:
- Publicity
- Letters to FJL & Washington (DC) office staff members, 1947-1953
- Writings; testimony given before Congressional committees
- Correspondence with FJL while at Kiel University (Germany), 1951
- Letters to the Editor (Washington Post, New York Times & other papers)

Box 77 [mf reel 41:66]
High School & College Contests, 1924-1938 (Arthur Charles Watkins, Director)
Posters, cards & publicity re: "America First," 1924 [posters removed to Poster Collection; World Hero essay contest, 1925-1926: calendars & portfolio [includes correspondence of Laura Puffer Morgan with foreign ambassadors & newspaper correspondents]
Calendars & portfolio from World Hero contest, 1926 [removed to Oversized Items Collection: Documents]
High school essay contests: "Germany & the League," 1927
Literature & report re: Briand Speech Competition, 1927
National Oratorical Contest on Outlaw War Treaties, 1927-1928

Box 78 [mf reel 41:66 cont.]
High School & College Contests, 1924-1938 (Arthur Charles Watkins, Director)
National Student Forum on the Paris Pact, 1929-1938: organization & committees; annual reports; publicity; school enrollment statistics (by state)

Box 78 cont. [mf reel 41:67]
High School & College Contests, 1924-1938 (Arthur Charles Watkins, Director)
National Student Forum on the Paris Pact, 1929-1938: winning essays, 1932-1933; correspondence, 1930

Box 79 [mf reel 41:67 cont.]
High School & College Contests, 1924-1938 (Arthur Charles Watkins, Director)
National Student Forum on the Paris Pact, 1929-1938: misc. correspondence, 1929-1932, n.d.
National Student Forum on the Paris Pact, 1929-1938: correspondence following awards to winners, 1930
National Student Forum on the Paris Pact, 1929-1938: correspondence & winning essays, 1931

Box 79 cont. [mf reel 41:68]
High School & College Contests, 1924-1938 (Arthur Charles Watkins, Director)
National Student Forum on the Paris Pact, 1929-1938: correspondence & winning essays, 1932

Box 80 [mf reel 41:68 cont.]
High School & College Contests, 1924-1938 (Arthur Charles Watkins, Director)
National Student Forum on the Paris Pact, 1929-1938:
correspondence & winning essays, 1932 (cont.)
National Student Forum on the Paris Pact, 1929-1938: literature & printed forms

Box 80 cont. [mf reel 41:69]

High School & College Contests, 1924-1938
NCPW textbook for schools & colleges, 1932-1934
National Student Forum on the Paris Pact, 1929-1938: misc. material, 1930-1938

Box 81 [mf reel 41:69 cont.]
High School & College Contests, 1924-1938 (Arthur Charles Watkins, Director)
Writings & speeches
National Student Forum on the Paris Pact, 1929-1938: misc. literature & publicity (press releases), 1927-1933
National Student Forum on the Paris Pact, 1929-1938: form letters, 1928-1938
Newsclippings re: speeches of Secretary Frank Kellogg on Paris Pact
Book by Watkins (America Stands for Pacific Means) for use in National Student Forum
International relations observation tours for high school students (under the direction of Watkins), 1931 (Summer) - 1932 (Summer)

Box 82 [mf reel 41:70]
Farm Department [or Rural Life Council], 1928-1941 (Jacob H. Taylor, Director, 1928-1940; L.G. Tolles, 1941; Edna Southwark, Assistant)

Jacob H. Taylor: biographical information (died July 1940)
Letters & commendations, 1928-1937
Reports of activities & proposed programs, 1928-1938
Jacob H. Taylor: writings & radio talks
Jacob H. Taylor: correspondence re: efforts to establish Radio Department within NCPW, 1931-1934
Correspondence with National Broadcasting Company, 1931-1934

Box 83 [mf reel 41:70 cont.]
Farm Department [or Rural Life Council], 1928-1941 (Jacob H. Taylor, Director, 1928-1940; L.G. Tolles, 1941; Edna Southwark, Assistant)
Correspondence with NCPW staff members, 1929-1940

Box 83 cont. [mf reel 41:71]
Farm Department [or Rural Life Council], 1928-1941 (Jacob H. Taylor, Director, 1928-1940; L.G. Tolles, 1941; Edna Southwark, Assistant)
Correspondence with newspaper editors, 1921-1937

Box 83a (1/2 box) [mf reel 41:71 cont.]
Farm Department [or Rural Life Council], 1928-1941 (Jacob H. Taylor, Director, 1928-1940; L.G. Tolles, 1941; Edna Southwark, Assistant)

Correspondence (general), 1929-1939: Alabama-Illinois

Box 84 [mf reel 41:71 cont.]
Farm Department [or Rural Life Council], 1928-1941 (Jacob H. Taylor, Director, 1928-1940; L.G. Tolles, 1941; Edna Southwark, Assistant)

Correspondence (general), 1929-1939: Indiana-Iowa

Box 84 cont. [mf reel 41:72]
Farm Department [or Rural Life Council], 1928-1941 (Jacob H. Taylor, Director, 1928-1940; L.G. Tolles, 1941; Edna Southwark, Assistant)

Correspondence (general), 1929-1939: Kansas - Minnesota

Box 85 [mf reel 41:72 cont.]
Farm Department [or Rural Life Council], 1928-1941 (Jacob H. Taylor, Director, 1928-1940; L.G. Tolles, 1941; Edna Southwark, Assistant)
Correspondence (general), 1929-1939: Mississippi - Montana

Box 85 cont. [mf reel 41:73]
Farm Department [or Rural Life Council], 1928-1941 (Jacob H. Taylor, Director, 1928-1940; L.G. Tolles, 1941; Edna Southwark, Assistant)

Correspondence (general), 1929-1939: Nebraska - New Jersey
 
Box 86 [mf reel 41:74]
Farm Department [or Rural Life Council], 1928-1941 (Jacob H. Taylor, Director, 1928-1940; L.G. Tolles, 1941; Edna Southwark, Assistant)

Correspondence (general), 1929-1939: New Mexico - North Dakota

Box 87 [mf reel 41:74 cont.]
Farm Department [or Rural Life Council], 1928-1941 (Jacob H. Taylor, Director, 1928-1940; L.G. Tolles, 1941; Edna Southwark, Assistant)
Correspondence (general), 1929-1939: Ohio

Box 87  cont. [mf reel 41:75]
Farm Department [or Rural Life Council], 1928-1941 (Jacob H. Taylor, Director, 1928-1940; L.G. Tolles, 1941; Edna Southwark, Assistant)
Correspondence (general), 1929-1939: Ohio (cont.) - Pennsylvania

Box 88 [mf reel 41:76]
Farm Department [or Rural Life Council], 1928-1941 (Jacob H. Taylor, Director, 1928-1940; L.G. Tolles, 1941; Edna Southwark, Assistant)
Correspondence (general), 1937: Pennsylvania (cont.) - Emergency Peace Campaign
Correspondence (general), 1929-1939: Pennsylvania (cont.) - Washington (F-L)

Box 88 cont. [mf reel 41:77]
Farm Department [or Rural Life Council], 1928-1941 (Jacob H. Taylor, Director, 1928-1940; L.G. Tolles, 1941; Edna Southwark, Assistant)]
Correspondence (general), 1929-1939: Washington (M-Z)

Box 89 [mf reel 41:77 cont.]
Farm Department [or Rural Life Council], 1928-1941 (Jacob H. Taylor, Director, 1928-1940; L.G. Tolles, 1941; Edna Southwark, Assistant)
Correspondence (general), 1929-1939: West Virginia - Wyoming; foreign correspondence
Correspondence (general), 1940-1941: Maryland - Pennsylvania

Box 89 cont. [mf reel 41:78]
Farm Department [or Rural Life Council], 1928-1941 (Jacob H. Taylor, Director, 1928-1940; L.G. Tolles, 1941; Edna Southwark, Assistant)
General correspondence, 1940-1941: South Carolina - Wisconsin; foreign correspondence

Box 90 [mf reel 41:78 cont.]
Farm Department [or Rural Life Council], 1928-1941 (Jacob H. Taylor, Director, 1928-1940; L.G. Tolles, 1941; Edna Southwark, Assistant)
Correspondence re: Institutes on International Relations, 1936-1937
Publications, 1934-1941; program aids & fillers for peace programs; releases, 1936-1937

Box 90 cont. [mf reel 41:79]
Farm Department [or Rural Life Council], 1928-1941 (Jacob H. Taylor, Director, 1928-1940; L.G. Tolles, 1941; Edna Southwark, Assistant)
Interdependence material: hand-drawn farm maps of USA for Peace [mimeographs only]

Box 91 [mf reel 41:79 cont.]
Farm Department [or Rural Life Council], 1928-1941 (Jacob H. Taylor, Director, 1928-1940; L.G. Tolles, 1941; Edna Southwark, Assistant)
Resolutions made, 1928-1940
Effect of war on farms & farmers, 1939-1940
Form letters sent, 1928-1941

Box 92 [mf reel 41:80]
Youth Movement for World Recovery, 1932-1935 (Paul Harris, Jr., Director)
Biographical information; publicity
Writings of Paul Harris, 1932-1939
YMWR & the Peace Action Service, 1932-1934
Programs for world peace, etc., 1933

Box 93 [mf reel 41:80 cont.]
Youth Movement for World Recovery, 1932-1935 (Paul Harris, Jr., Director)
Letters & reports to FJL, 1931-1942
Reports on trip to South America, 1941

Box 93 cont. [mf reel 41:81]
Youth Movement for World Recovery, 1932-1935 (Paul Harris, Jr., Director)
Telegrams from students re: political action, 1932
YMWR & Peace Action publications, 1932-1938
Study courses on peace for young people, 1933-1935
Student cables to Arthur Henderson re: disarmament, 1933
YMWR - World News, 1933 - 1935 (Jan.)


Box 94 [mf reel 41:82]
Peace Action Service, 1932-1939 (Paul Harris, Jr., Director; Ruth Sarles, Associate; Jesse M. MacKnight, Director of Field Work)

Paul Harris, Jr.: correspondence, 1932-1933
Misc. correspondence, 1935-1939
Correspondence with Norman H. Davis, 1933 [includes misc. releases & statements, etc.]
Correspondence (mostly FJL) re: Mona Cutler, 1933
Correspondence (general), 1934-1935: Ga-Gu [includes Margaret Gilfallen, 1935]
Correspondence with Mrs. J. Miller, 1935
Correspondence with Waitstill H. & Martha Sharp, 1936-1937

Box 95 [mf reel 41:83]
Peace Action Service, 1932-1939 (Paul Harris, Jr., Director; Ruth Sarles, Associate; Jesse M. MacKnight, Director of Field Work)

Correspondence (general), 1934-1935: Ha-Joh [incomplete set]
Correspondence with Norman Whitney (Syracuse Peace Council), 1935-1937

Box 96 [mf reel 41:84]
Peace Action Service, 1932-1939 (Paul Harris, Jr., Director; Ruth Sarles, Associate; Jesse M. MacKnight, Director of Field Work)
"What Is Peace Action Service?"
Jesse MacKnight: reports to FJL; writings; publicity, 1935-1937
Jesse MacKnight: correspondence, 1936-1939
Peace Action Handbook Series, 1935
Ruth Sarles: memos & correspondence, 1936-1939
Commendations & testimonials; suggested budgets; inter-staff memos & correspondence; misc. memos & reports; "Caravan Letters," 1935; Forward PAS; Exchange Bulletin for Field Workers, 1935-1937
Sponsorship of Institutes on International Relations, 1935
National consultants to PAS, 1935
Peace polls conducted, 1936

Box 96 cont. [mf reel 41:85]
Peace Action Service, 1932-1939 (Paul Harris, Jr., Director; Ruth Sarles, Associate; Jesse M. MacKnight, Director of Field Work)
Paul Harris, Jr.: form letters to field workers & others

Box 97 [mf reel 41:85 cont.]
Peace Action Service, 1932-1939 (Paul Harris, Jr., Director; Ruth Sarles, Associate; Jesse M. MacKnight, Director of Field Work)
Correspondence with Betty Muther (Field Worker), 1934
Questionnaire re: methods of peace action, 1934
Students & peace, 1936; Washington Youth Council, 1937
Form letters sent, 1932-1939
Correspondence with Mona Cutler (Field Worker), 1934
Reports from Field Workers, 1935
Field workers' conferences on political strategy, 1934-1936
Programs/efforts; suggestions for field workers

Box 98 [mf reel 41:86]
Peace Action Service, 1932-1939 (Paul Harris, Jr., Director; Ruth Sarles, Associate; Jesse M. MacKnight, Director of Field Work)
Reports from field workers, 1935-1936

Box 99 [mf reel 41:86 cont.]
Peace Action Service, 1932-1939 (Paul Harris, Jr., Director; Ruth Sarles, Associate; Jesse M. MacKnight, Director of Field Work)
Reports from field workers, 1934-1935

Box 99 cont.[mf reel 41:87]
Peace Action Service, 1932-1939 (Paul Harris, Jr., Director; Ruth Sarles, Associate; Jesse M. MacKnight, Director of Field Work)
Reports, 1935-1938

Box 100 [mf reel 41:87 cont.]
Peace Action Service, 1932-1939 (Paul Harris, Jr., Director; Ruth Sarles, Associate; Jesse M. MacKnight, Director of Field Work)
Reports from field workers, 1935-1936

Box 100a (1/2 box) [mf reel 41:88]
Peace Action Service, 1932-1939 (Paul Harris, Jr., Director; Ruth Sarles, Associate; Jesse M. MacKnight, Director of Field Work)
Reports from field workers, 1937
St. Louis (PA) committee: reports & publications, 1936-1938

Box 101 [mf reel 41:88 cont.]
Peace Action Service, 1932-1939 (Paul Harris, Jr., Director; Ruth Sarles, Associate; Jesse M. MacKnight, Director of Field Work)
Reports from field workers, 1935-1938
NCPW Political Strategy Committee for field staff, 1937: memos; misc.
Local peace groups interested in peace action, 1936-1941
Reports on local peace action groups, 1935

Box 101 cont. [mf reel 41:89]
Peace Action Service, 1932-1939 (Paul Harris, Jr., Director; Ruth Sarles, Associate; Jesse M. MacKnight, Director of Field Work)
Peace Action committees: publicity [& media coverage?], 1936-1938; misc., 1936-1938
Local Peace Action committees: publicity [& media coverage?], 1933-1934

Box 102 [mf reel 41:89 cont.]
Peace Action Service, 1932-1939 (Paul Harris, Jr., Director; Ruth Sarles, Associate; Jesse M. MacKnight, Director of Field Work)
Local peace action: suggestions & reports, 1934-1936
Local peace action committees: correspondence & reports, 1934-1935
Connecticut: political action, 1936, 1938
Madison (NJ) Council on Foreign Policy, 1936
Montclair (NJ): meeting minutes & correspondence, 1936
New Brunswick (NJ): meeting minutes & correspondence, 1935-1936
Non-Partisan Peace Action Committee (19th congressional district, NYC), 1936: reports; correspondence; mailings
Political action: New York, Michigan & Texas, 1938
Peace Action Service maps
Political action maps: Alabama - Connecticut, 1935

Box 102 cont. [mf reel 41:90]
Peace Action Service, 1932-1939 (Paul Harris, Jr., Director; Ruth Sarles, Associate; Jesse M. MacKnight, Director of Field Work)
Political action maps: Delaware - Georgia

Box 103 [mf reel 41:90 cont.]
Peace Action Service, 1932-1939 (Paul Harris, Jr., Director; Ruth Sarles, Associate; Jesse M. MacKnight, Director of Field Work)
Political action maps: Idaho - Pennsylvania

Box 104 [mf reel 41:90 cont.]
Peace Action Service, 1932-1939 (Paul Harris, Jr., Director; Ruth Sarles, Associate; Jesse M. MacKnight, Director of Field Work)
Political action maps: Rhode Island - Tennessee

Box 104 cont. [mf reel 41:91]
Peace Action Service, 1932-1939 (Paul Harris, Jr., Director; Ruth Sarles, Associate; Jesse M. MacKnight, Director of Field Work)
Political action maps: Texas - Wyoming
Voting information publications [book To Stop War not filmed]
Washington Information Letter (weekly newsletter), 1935-1941 [newsletter removed to Periodical Collection; on reel 41:315]

Box 105 [mf reel 41:92]
Press & Publicity / Public Relations Department, 1934-1939 (Gilbert Stinger, Director, 1935-1937; Agatha Varela; Edward L. Wertheim)
Gilbert Stinger: memos sent & publicity
Gilbert Stinger: biographical information
Gilbert Stinger: articles written & speeches made
Gilbert Stinger: correspondence with FJL [includes letters from others to FJL]; reports, 1935-1937
Progress reports & memos, 1936-1937
Agatha Varela: correspondence & articles, 1935-1937
Correspondence with, articles about, & talks by Boake Carter (radio commentator)
Correspondence, etc. re: Cherry Blossom Festival, 1935
Political conventions, 1936
Correspondence with & memos to Branch Offices, 1935-1937
Correspondence with Columbia Broadcasting Co. (Edward R. Murrow & Ann Gillis), 1936-1938
Correspondence (general): A-H

Box 105a (1/2 box) [mf reel 41:92 cont.]
Press & Publicity / Public Relations Department, 1934-1939 (Gilbert Stinger, Director, 1935-1937; Agatha Varela; Edward L. Wertheim)
Correspondence with Emergency Peace Campaign
Opal Gooden: correspondence with NCPW Washington (DC) office; biographical information

Box 106 [mf reel 41:93]
Press & Publicity / Public Relations Department, 1934-1939 (Gilbert Stinger, Director, 1935-1937; Agatha Varela; Edward L. Wertheim)
Correspondence (general): Handsaker & Himber - R
National Peace Conference dinner, April 21, 1936: press releases, schedules & articles
Gilbert Stinger: correspondence with various Members of Congress re: article for the Paterson Call (NJ) on war referendum petition (June 1937)

Box 107 [mf reel 41:93 cont.]
Press & Publicity / Public Relations Department, 1934-1939 (Gilbert Stinger, Director, 1935-1937; Agatha Varela; Edward L. Wertheim)
Correspondence (general), 1936-1938: S-T

Box 107 cont. [mf reel 41:94]
Press & Publicity / Public Relations Department, 1934-1939 (Gilbert Stinger, Director, 1935-1937; Agatha Varela; Edward L. Wertheim)
Correspondence (general), 1936-1938: U-Z
Edward L. Wertheim: correspondence with staff members, 1935-1937
Press releases sent, 1935 (Jan.-June)

Box 108 [mf reel 41:94 cont.]
Press & Publicity / Public Relations Department, 1934-1939 (Gilbert Stinger, Director, 1935-1937; Agatha Varela; Edward L. Wertheim)
Press releases sent, 1935 (July) - 1936

Box 108 cont. [mf reel 41:95]
Press & Publicity / Public Relations Department, 1934-1939 (Gilbert Stinger, Director, 1935-1937; Agatha Varela; Edward L. Wertheim)
Press releases sent, 1937-1939
Form letters sent, 1936-1938
"The World From Washington" (series of 47 weekly releases), 1935 (March 2 - Dec. 7)
"Congress in World Affairs" (series of weekly presentations by Members of Congress, presented by NCPW), 1935 (Dec.) - 1936 (June)
Radio programs by Members of Congress, arranged by NCPW, 1937-1939

Box 109 [mf reel 41:95 cont.]
Press & Publicity / Public Relations Department, 1934-1939 (Gilbert Stinger, Director, 1935-1937; Agatha Varela; Edward L. Wertheim)
Radio program "Women Want Peace," Oct. 1935
Radio broadcasts arranged, 1935-1937
Radio broadcasts arranged: speeches by Members of Congress aired on station WOL, 1937
(Jan.-Aug.)
Radio broadcasts arranged: speeches by Members of Congress -- correspondence; press releases, 1938-1939
Press releases sent, etc., 1935-1936
Press releases sent, etc., 1937
Press releases sent, etc., 1938-1939
Work with pictures [photographs removed]
Mailing "The World From Washington," 1934 (June 2 - Dec. 29)
Mailing "The World From Washington," 1935 (Jan. 19 - Dec. 7)

Box 109 cont. [mf reel 41:96]
Press & Publicity / Public Relations Department, 1934-1939 (Gilbert Stinger, Director, 1935-1937; Agatha Varela; Edward L. Wertheim)
Press information sent, 1935-1939
Photographs: friends of NCPW, Members of Congress, & NCPW activities [photos removed
to Photograph Collection]
"The World From Washington" (releases from the World Events Section of NCPW), 1934 (June 2) - 1935 (Jan. 19)

Box 110 [mf reel 41:97]
Labor Department, 1935-1942 (Warren D. Mullin, Secretary)
Warren Mullin: biographical material, publicity, media coverage, & testimonials
Warren Mullin: correspondence with FJL, 1938-1942
Publicity & media coverage [newspaper clippings re: threat of war not filmed]
Warren Mullin: writings
Reports to Executive Board, 1935-1937
Industrial Mobilization Plan: articles, newsclippings & pamphlets
AFL (1922-1941) & CIO (1939-1940) stand on peace & war [newspaper clippings not filmed]
Effect of war on Labor, 1939-1941: conscription, rearmament, etc.
Opal Gooden: work in New Jersey re: labor issues, & re: farm & peace bonds, 1939 (Jan.-June)

Box 111 [mf reel 41:98]
Labor Department, 1935-1942 (Warren D. Mullin, Secretary)
Hill-Sheppard Bill (later called May Bill), 1937-1938
Warren Mullin: editorials in Labor papers against Sheppard-Hill Bill, 1937
Neutrality campaign, 1939
Military Disaffection Bill: newsclippings from Labor papers
Correspondence (general), 1935-1939: A-C

Box 112 [mf reel 41:99]
Labor Department, 1935-1942 (Warren D. Mullin, Secretary)
Correspondence (general), 1935-1939: D-Q

Box 113 [mf reel 41:100]
Labor Department, 1935-1942 (Warren D. Mullin, Secretary)
Correspondence (general), 1935-1939: R-Y
Correspondence (general), 1940-1941: A-Z

Box 114 [mf reel 41:101]
Labor Department, 1935-1942 (Warren D. Mullin, Secretary)
Publications prepared & reprinted
Resolutions passed by Labor organizations, 1922-1951
Form letters sent, 1935-1941
Press releases sent, 1935-1941

Box 115 [mf reel 41:102]
Labor Department, 1935-1942 (Warren D. Mullin, Secretary)
Media coverage: newspaper clippings, etc., 1935-1939
Labor package, 1930
Book War & the Workers by Norman Angell [not included on film]
Literature re: labor & peace, 1920s-1940
Newsclippings re: war preparation in the U.S. in 1935-1936 [not included on film]

Box 116 [mf reel 41:103]
Moving Picture Department, 1935-1939 (Albert Benham, Director)
Albert Benham: biographical information; publicity; media coverage
Albert Benham: writings & speeches.
Publicity & correspondence for movie "Blockade"
Lists of films
Reports; form letters sent; financial records; releases sent; newsclippings
Albert Benham: correspondence, etc., 1935-1939 [includes correspondence of other staff members]

Box 116a (1/2 box) [mf reel 41:103 cont.]
Moving Picture Department, 1935-1939 (Albert Benham, Director)
Correspondence (general), 1935-1938 [samples only kept of D & H]

Box 117 [mf reel 41:104]
Moving Picture Department, 1935-1939 (Albert Benham, Director)
Correspondence (general), 1935-1938: L [samples of L only kept] [2 folders]
Correspondence with Edgar Dale, 1936-1938
Correspondence with Clara E. Grueninger, 1936-1938
Correspondence with Gardner Lattimer, 1935-1937
Bulletin on Current Films (review evaluating current films from peace/war perspective & suggesting methods of action), 1935-1939 [removed to Periodical Collection; incomplete set]

Box 118 [mf reel 41:105]
Misc. Staff Members
Carrie Wyckoff-Ormsbee (Speaker, 1924-1932): commendations; publicity; writings; correspondence re: speaking engagements; media coverage, 1928 (Nov.) - 1930 (Dec.)
Mary Ida Winder (Speaker & Organizer, 1922-1938): speeches & writings; publicity; commendations; itineraries & reports; media coverage
Mary Ida Winder (Speaker & Organizer, 1922-1938): correspondence with FJL & NCPW staff members, 1922-1930
 
Box 118a (1/2 box) [mf reel 41:105 cont.]
Misc. Staff Members
Mary Ida Winder (Speaker & Organizer, 1922-1938): correspondence with FJL & NCPW staff members, 1934-1938
Eleanor Brannan (Speaker & Organizer, 1930-1933): biographical material [includes one speech; see also general correspondence in boxes 170 & 178 for further material]
 
Box 119 [mf reel 41:106]
Branch Office: Western Office (San Francisco, California)
Dr. L.L. Wirt (Regional Secretary, 1924-1931): correspondence with NCPW Washington (DC) office staff members, 1924-1925, 1927
Rev. Rowland B. Dodge (Assistant Secretary): correspondence with NCPW Washington (DC) office staff members, 1925
Margaret I. McDiarmid (Western Office Secretary): correspondence with NCPW Washington (DC) office staff members, 1926
 
Box 120 [mf reel 41:107]
Branch Office: Western Office (San Francisco, California)
Dr. L.L. Wirt (Regional Secretary, 1924-1931): correspondence with NCPW Washington (DC) office staff members re: Friendship Health Chest Project for Mexican rural schools, 1929-1931
Correspondence with NCPW Washington (DC) office [Mrs. Boeckel's staff members], 1928- 1938
Dr. E. Guy Talbott: correspondence with NCPW Washington (DC) office staff members, 1935, 1938-1940
Dr. E. Guy Talbott: writings, speeches, reports, etc., 1931-1940
Dr. E. Guy Talbott & Dr. L.L. Wirt: Far Eastern tour as NCPW Regional Secretaries, 1935
Financial records

Box 121 [mf reel 41:108]
Branch Office: Western Office (San Francisco, California)
Margaret I. McDiarmid (Western Office Secretary): correspondence with FJL & NCPW Washington (DC) office staff members, 1934-1935, 1937-1940
Margaret I. McDiarmid (Western Office Secretary): correspondence with Ann McDiarmid (sister) re: Margaret's death & social security
John F. Duffy Jr. correspondence with FJL & NCPW Washington (DC) office, 1941-1944
Form letters sent, 1925-1934; correspondence, 1925-1934; publicity, 1925-1934; media coverage, 1925-1934

Box 122 [mf reel 41:109]
Branch Office: Southern Office (Louisville, Kentucky)
Paul Harris, Jr. (Regional Secretary): correspondence with NCPW Washington (DC) office staff members, 1926-1934
Programs, 1927, 1929-1930; financial records; sample letterheads

Box 123 [mf reel 41:110]
Branch Office: Southern Office (Louisville, Kentucky)
Correspondence with NCPW Washington (DC) office [Mrs. Boeckel's staff members], 1929-1932
Velma Land (Associate): correspondence, 1930
Olga A. Tafel (Associate): correspondence, 1930
Kellogg Treaty Temporary Committee: form letters sent, etc., 1928-1929
Publicity & form letters sent, 1929-1932
Monthly news releases sent, 1931-1932

Box 124 [mf reel 41:111]
Branch Office: Northwest Office (Portland, Oregon)

Historical information
J.J. Handsaker (Regional Secretary): biographical information; publicity; media coverage; writings
Correspondence re: social security
Correspondence with NCPW Washington (DC) office [Mrs. Boeckel's staff members]
Correspondence with NCPW Washington (DC) office, 1927-1928
J.J. Handsaker (Regional Secretary): correspondence with NCPW Washington (DC) office staff members, 1927-1928
Mary Findley [Lockenour] (Associate): correspondence, 1929-1930
Mary Klemm (Associate): correspondence, 1930-1931
Dorothy Reed (Associate): correspondence, 1931-1932
Financial records, 1932-1942
J.J. Handsaker (Regional Secretary): expense accounts [typical], 1936-1938
David E. Norcross (Regional Secretary): expense accounts, 1936-1938

Box 125 [mf reel 41:112]
Branch Office: Northwest Office (Portland, Oregon)
J.J. Handsaker (Regional Secretary): correspondence, 1934-1939
J.J. Handsaker (Regional Secretary): correspondence with FJL & NCPW Washington (DC) office staff members, 1940
David E. Norcross (Regional Secretary): correspondence, 1936-1945
Emma A. Anderson (office secretary), correspondence, 1939-1945

Box 126 [mf reel 41:113]
Branch Office: Northwest Office (Portland, Oregon)
J.J. Handsaker (Regional Secretary): correspondence with FJL & NCPW Washington (DC) office staff members, 1941, 1943-1947
J.J. Handsaker (Regional Secretary): correspondence with FJL & others, 1942
Reports, form letters sent, etc., 1929-1931
J.J. Handsaker (Regional Secretary): project re: goats for Japan & Okinawa, 1947-1948
Heifers for Relief, 1947-1957

Box 126a (1/2 box) [mf reel 113 cont.]
Branch Office: Northwest Office (Portland, Oregon)
J.J. Handsaker (Regional Secretary): correspondence with FJL & NCPW Washington (DC) office staff members, 1955-1957
Financial records, 1935-1936, 1942-1945

Box 127 [mf reel 41:114]
Branch Office: New England Office (Springfield, Massachusetts)
Historical information
Gaylord W. Douglass (Regional Secretary, 1929-1941): itineraries; programs; commendations
Reports & itineraries
Correspondence of office secretaries (Barret, McGregor & Wade), 1930-1931
Cynthia Smith (Associate Secretary, 1931-1932): correspondence
Gaylord W. Douglass (Regional Secretary, 1929-1941): correspondence, 1934-1935
Correspondence with NCPW Washington (DC) office [Mrs. Boeckel's staff members]
Gaylord W. Douglass (Regional Secretary, 1929-1941): correspondence, 1941-1943, after retirement; death notice, 1963

Box 128 [mf reel 41:115]
Branch Office: New England Office (Springfield, Massachusetts)
Office correspondence, 1940-1943
Gaylord W. Douglass (Regional Secretary, 1929-1941): expense account, 1940
Folios & correspondence re: finances, 1931-1940

Box 129 [mf reel 41:116]
Branch Office: New England Office (Melrose, Massachusetts)
Mark R. Shaw (Regional Secretary, 1937-1940): correspondence with FJL & NCPW Washington (DC) office staff members, 1937-1954
Mark R. Shaw (Regional Secretary, 1937-1940): correspondence with FJL & NCPW Washington (DC) office staff members, 1941-1952, 1954-1959
Mark R. Shaw (Regional Secretary, 1937-1940): financial reports

Box 130 [mf reel 41:117]
Branch Office: New England Office (Melrose, Massachusetts)
Mark R. Shaw (Regional Secretary, 1937-1940): writings, 1940-1941; mimeographed bulletins, 1941-1951
Mark R. Shaw (Regional Secretary, 1937-1940): "Historical Review of National Loves & Hates"
Mark R. Shaw (Regional Secretary, 1937-1940): programs

Box 131 [mf reel 41:118]
Branch Office: Midwest Office (Des Moines, Iowa), 1930-1939
Harry E. Terrell (Regional Secretary): commendations; correspondence; misc. correspondence of FJL
Publicity [& media coverage?]
Correspondence with NCPW Washington (DC) office staff members, 1930-1931
Correspondence with Mid-West office staff members, 1931-1933
Correspondence with Gladys Mackenzie, 1931-1935
Harry E. Terrell (Regional Secretary): correspondence, 1934-1935

Box 131a (1/2 box) [mf reel 41:118 cont.]
Branch Office: Midwest Office (Des Moines, Iowa), 1930-1939
Mrs. Richeson: correspondence with Gladys Mackenzie & NCPW Washington (DC) office staff members, 1934-1935
Form letters; publicity; media coverage; financial records

Box 132 [mf reel 41:119]
Branch Office: Midwest Office (Des Moines, Iowa), 1930-1939
Correspondence with NCPW Washington (DC) office, 1935-1938
Correspondence with Gladys Mackenzie, 1936-1937
Correspondence with NCPW Washington (DC) office [Mrs. Boeckel's staff members], 1931-1938
Harry E. Terrell (Regional Secretary): correspondence, 1930-1939
General correspondence, 1934-1935: A-F

Box 133 [mf reel 41:120]
Branch Office: Midwest Office (Des Moines, Iowa), 1930-1939
General correspondence, 1934-1935: G-Z
Correspondence re: Jan. 1939 closing of Midwest office, 1939

Box 134 [mf reel 41:121]
Branch Offices: General/Misc.
Letters & memoranda to Branch Offices from FJL & NCPW Washington (DC) office staff members [mostly FJL], 1929-1943




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Box 129 [mf reel 41:116]
Branch Office: New England Office (Melrose, Massachusetts)
Mark R. Shaw (Regional Secretary, 1937-1940): correspondence with FJL & NCPW Washington (DC) office, 1937-1954
Mark R. Shaw (Regional Secretary, 1937-1940): correspondence with FJL & NCPW Washington (DC) office, 1941-1952, 1954-1959
Mark R. Shaw (Regional Secretary, 1937-1940): financial reports

Box 130 [mf reel 41:117]
Branch Office: New England Office (Melrose, Massachusetts)
Mark R. Shaw (Regional Secretary, 1937-1940): writings, 1940-1941; mimeographed bulletins, 1941-1951
Mark R. Shaw (Regional Secretary, 1937-1940): "Historical Review of National Loves & Hates"
Mark R. Shaw (Regional Secretary, 1937-1940): programs

Box 131 [mf reel 41:118]
Branch Office: Midwest Office (Des Moines, Iowa) 1930-1939
Harry E. Terrell (Regional Secretary): commendations; correspondence; misc. correspondence of FJL
Publicity [& media coverage?]
Correspondence with NCPW Washington (DC) office, 1930-1931
Correspondence with Mid-West office, 1931-1933
Correspondence with Gladys Mackenzie, 1931-1935
Harry E. Terrell (Regional Secretary): correspondence, 1934-1935

Box 131a (1/2 box) [mf reel 41:118 cont.]
Branch Office: Midwest Office (Des Moines, Iowa) 1930-1939
Mrs. Richeson: correspondence with Gladys Mackenzie & NCPW Washington (DC) office, 1934-1935
Form letters; publicity; media coverage; financial records

Box 132 [mf reel 41:119]
Branch Office: Midwest Office (Des Moines, Iowa) 1930-1939
Correspondence with NCPW Washington (DC) office, 1935-1938
Correspondence with Gladys Mackenzie, 1936-1937
Correspondence with NCPW Washington (DC) office (Mrs. Boeckel's staff members), 1931-1938
Harry E. Terrell (Regional Secretary): correspondence, 1930-1939
General correspondence, 1934-1935: A-F

Box 133 [mf reel 41:120]
Branch Office: Midwest Office (Des Moines, Iowa) 1930-1939
General correspondence, 1934-1935: G-Z
Correspondence re: Jan. 1939 closing of Midwest office, 1939

Box 134 [mf reel 41:121]
Branch Offices: General/Misc.
Letters & memoranda to Branch Offices from NCPW Washington (DC) office (mostly FJL), 1929-1943


 
Box 129 [mf reel 41:116]
Branch Office: New England Office (Melrose, Massachusetts)
Mark R. Shaw (Regional Secretary, 1937-1940): correspondence with FJL & NCPW Washington (DC) office, 1937-1954
Mark R. Shaw (Regional Secretary, 1937-1940): correspondence with FJL & NCPW Washington (DC) office, 1941-1952, 1954-1959
Mark R. Shaw (Regional Secretary, 1937-1940): financial reports

Box 130 [mf reel 41:117]
Branch Office: New England Office (Melrose, Massachusetts)
Mark R. Shaw (Regional Secretary, 1937-1940): writings, 1940-1941; mimeographed bulletins, 1941-1951
Mark R. Shaw (Regional Secretary, 1937-1940): "Historical Review of National Loves & Hates"
Mark R. Shaw (Regional Secretary, 1937-1940): programs

Box 131 [mf reel 41:118]
Branch Office: Midwest Office (Des Moines, Iowa) 1930-1939
Harry E. Terrell (Regional Secretary): commendations; correspondence; misc. correspondence of FJL
Publicity [& media coverage?]
Correspondence with NCPW Washington (DC) office, 1930-1931
Correspondence with Mid-West office, 1931-1933
Correspondence with Gladys Mackenzie, 1931-1935
Harry E. Terrell (Regional Secretary): correspondence, 1934-1935

Box 131a (1/2 box) [mf reel 41:118 cont.]
Branch Office: Midwest Office (Des Moines, Iowa) 1930-1939
Mrs. Richeson: correspondence with Gladys Mackenzie & NCPW Washington (DC) office, 1934-1935
Form letters; publicity; media coverage; financial records

Box 132 [mf reel 41:119]
Branch Office: Midwest Office (Des Moines, Iowa) 1930-1939
Correspondence with NCPW Washington (DC) office, 1935-1938
Correspondence with Gladys Mackenzie, 1936-1937
Correspondence with NCPW Washington (DC) office (Mrs. Boeckel's staff members), 1931-1938
Harry E. Terrell (Regional Secretary): correspondence, 1930-1939
General correspondence, 1934-1935: A-F

Box 133 [mf reel 41:120]
Branch Office: Midwest Office (Des Moines, Iowa) 1930-1939
General correspondence, 1934-1935: G-Z
Correspondence re: Jan. 1939 closing of Midwest office, 1939

Box 134 [mf reel 41:121]
Branch Offices: General/Misc.
Letters & memoranda to Branch Offices from NCPW Washington (DC) office (mostly FJL), 1929-1943



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