Swarthmore College Peace Collection


World Peace Foundation Records, 1910-1960

Collection: DG 055


Contact Information
Swarthmore College Peace Collection
500 College Avenue
Swarthmore, PA 19081-1399
U.S.A.
Telephone: 610-328-8557 (curator)
Fax: 610-328-8544
Email: wchmiel1@swarthmore.edu (curator)
URL: http://www.swarthmore.edu/Library/peace/


Descriptive Summary
Repository
Swarthmore College Peace Collection
Creator
Ginn, Edwin (1838-1914) & others
Title
World Peace Foundation Records
Inclusive Dates
1910-1960
Call Number
DG 055

Language of Materials
Materials in English
Extent
21.25 linear feet [papers only]
Abstract
In 1902, Edwin Ginn began publication of an International Library to promote knowledge about peace. In July 1910, he established the International School of Peace which, in December, became the World Peace Foundation. Its purpose was to promote better international relations and world order by preparing and distributing specialized literature, mostly to college and university libraries, and by holding conferences. It was closely allied with the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and supported formation of the League of Nations and the Permanent Court of International Justice and, later, the United Nations.

Administrative Information
Restrictions to Access
None
Usage Restrictions
Yes, collection is off site. Please contact SCPC at least two weeks in advance of visit to order boxes from off site storage.
Alternate Form of Material
None
Acquisitions Information
Gift of the World Peace Foundation, November 1963, December 1963, July 1974, July 1978 [acc. 63A-092, 63A-095, 74A-053, 78A-048b]
Processing Information
Checklist prepared December 1963 for first 10 boxes; additional accessions processed by Martha Shane, 1982 [under NEH Grant No. RC 20111-81-1655]; entire collection re-processed by Anne Yoder, August 2007
Preferred Citation
[Identification of item], in the World Peace Foundation Records (DG 055), 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
See tripod record

Related Collections
Edwin Ginn (CDG-A)
World Peace Foundation, 1961- (CDG-A)


Historical Background
Edwin Ginn was the primary force behind the World Peace Foundation's establishment. Born in 1838, he became an eminent Boston publisher through his firm, Ginn & Co., and a philanthropist. Ginn began publication of an international library of pamphlets and books in 1902, under the editorial leadership of Edwin D. Mead (using the imprint of The International School of Peace). Ginn believed that the world spent too many millions on war, and almost nothing on peace, and tried to establish a one million dollar fund for this latter cause. He announced on September 23, 1909 that he would himself contribute $50,000 yearly to the fund. His primary interest was in disseminating information that would inculcate the methods of reason in the settlement of differences between nations and condemn the use of force. He tried to enlist women's groups as an untapped source for peace, and felt that businessmen, if properly appealed to, could and would put an end to war.
Ginn founded The International School of Peace as an organization on July 12, 1910; it's name was changed to the World Peace Foundation on December 22, 1910. The WPF's headquarters was at 29A Beacon Street in Boston, moving to 40 Mt. Vernon Street in February 1913. Its original 70-member Advisory Council included such notables as Jane Addams, Booker T. Washington, and Nicholas Murray Butler. The President of its Board of Trustees for many years was George Blakeslee. WPF directors included S.Shepard Jones, Leland Goodrich, and Raymond Dennett. WPF staff included Margaret Bates, Josephine Bukow, Anna Struges Duryea, Denys P. Myers, and Anna Eckstein as its Geneva Representative.


Following the death of Edwin Ginn in 1914 and World War I, during which the WPF supported the use of force, this organization increasingly became involved in international relations and decreasingly a force in the more narrowly defined peace movement. Its Board of Trustees included presidents and professors from prestigious colleges and universities. It was considered by many to be conservative and prosperous. During the 1920s, the WPF hoped to be the official agent in the United States for the sale of League of Nations publications, as well as for the International Labor Organization and the Permanent Court of International Justice. The WPF's primary focus was the dissemination to libraries of literature promoting world order. It worked closely with the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace to hold conferences about documentary and research problems in the field of international relations. In 1947, the WPF began publication of a quarterly journal International Organization, the bulk of which consisted of factual summaries of the work of 35 international organizations. It also published a yearly volume entitled Documents on American Foreign Relations. In 1951, again in cooperation with the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, it held the Canadian-American Conference, hoping to overcome diverging points of view between the American and Canadian governments about policies in the Far East.


Collection Overview
In 1963 the World Peace Foundation offered to deposit their early correspondence and other records at the SCPC, which -- along with a small amount of printed material that was already on deposit -- comprised eleven document boxes. Other accessions followed, which included much correspondence from George Blakeslee (President of the Board of Trustees), as well as from Directors Raymond Rich, S. Shepard Jones, Leland Goodrich, and Raymond Dennett. Material primarily about Edwin Ginn and/or Ginn & Co. was removed and made into a CDGA collection.

A removal form in the collection cites audiovisual material that could not be found on the AV database in 2007, which may mean that the items were lost at some point. These were: 1) a Speak-o-Phone phonograph record "Address of President A. Laurence Lowell, WEEI, 10:30 p.m., February 17, 1932"; 2) audiotape reel (reel-to-reel) "Informal Panel Discussion with Mrs. Shapiro, Barghooun, Tucker, Gyorgy," June 21 [no year, but found originally with 1945-1946 material]; 3) audiotape reel (reel-to-reel) "Informal Panel Discussion with Gibson, Nason," June 21 [no year, but found originally with 1945-1946 material]; 4) audiotape reel (reel-to-reel) "Roundtable With Mrs. Shapiro, Fischer, Trainor," June 21 [no year, but found originally with 1945-1946 material]

Note that annual reports from after 1915 were published as part of WPF's pamphlet series.

Records documenting the efforts of the WPF past 1960 were deposited by them at Tufts University [see finding aid]. Information about the current work of the WPF may be viewed at its website. A small number of pamphlets from 1961-on are available at the SCPC in the World Peace Foundation collected records (CDGA).

Correspondents include Norman Angell, Frank Aydelotte, Anna B. Eckstein, Alfred H. Fried, Hamilton Holt, David Starr Jordan, Theodore Marburg, Edwin D. Mead, George Nasmyth and Baroness Bertha von Suttner.

Arrangement of Collection
Material in this collection is divided into five series: A: Administrative Records; B: Programmatic Efforts; C: Correspondence; D: Publications; and E: Reference Material. Series A includes historical background information about the WPF.




Detailed Description of the Collection

SERIES A: ADMINISTRATIVE RECORDS
Box 1 [off site]
Checklists
History & Purpose
History; purpose
Historical information from WPF & other websites
By-laws & standing orders, 1925 [with later emendations]
Memorial to Edwin Ginn (1838-1914)
International School of Peace [1st name], 1910
By-laws (of the International School of Peace [1st name]), 1910; election of officers, 1910
International School of Peace [1st name]: literature produced, 1910
International School of Peace [1st name]: literature produced -- pamphlet series, 1910
Summary of votes passed in WPF meetings, 1910-1912
Inclusion in U.S. Dept. of Commerce's booklet, "Foreign Trade Associations in the United States," 1945 (January)
Meeting Minutes
Meeting minutes, 1910
Meeting minutes, 1911
Meeting minutes, 1912
Meeting minutes, 1913
Meeting minutes, 1914
Meeting minutes, 1915
Meeting minutes, 1916
Meeting minutes, 1917-1919
Meeting minutes, 1920-1922
Meeting minutes, 1923-1924
Meeting minutes, 1925-1926
Meeting minutes, 1927-1929 [incomplete set]
Meeting minutes, 1930-1933 [incomplete set]

Box 2 [off site]
Meeting Minutes (continued)
Meeting minutes, 1934-1938 [none for 1939]
Meeting minutes, 1940-1942
Meeting minutes, 1943-1945
Meeting minutes, 1946-1949
Meeting minutes, 1950
Meeting minutes: loose pages, undated
Financial Records
Financial records: auditor's reports, 1910-1914
Financial records: auditor's reports, 1917-1923
Financial records: auditor's reports, 1924-1927, 1929
Financial records: auditor's reports, 1931-1932, 1936-1938
Financial records: auditor's reports, 1940, 1942-1947
Financial records: auditor's reports, 1948-1952

Box 3 [off site]
Financial Records (continued)
Financial records: auditor's reports, 1953, 1956, 1959
Financial records, 1910-1915 [includes International School..., 1909-1910]
Financial records, 1916-1917
Financial records, 1918-1919
Financial records, 1925-1926
Financial records, 1928-1929
Financial records, 1931-1933
Financial records, 1934-1936, 1941
Financial records, 1942-1947, 1949
Edwin Ginn estate, 1917-1924
Will of Arthur Pillsbury
Stock records, 1943-1944
Financial records: bonds
Financial records: purchases for library, 1943-1946
Financial records: sale od WPF titles (literature), 1944

Box 4 [off site]
Financial Records (continued)
Financial records: sale of WPF titles (literature), 1945-1946 (May)
Contracts with Ginn & Co. and with authors
Board of Trustees
Board of Trustees: misc.
Board of Trustees: draft statement re: the United Nations, 1946 (May)
George Blakeslee (President of Board of Trustees): correspondence, 1923 (December) - 1924 (April)
George Blakeslee (President of Board of Trustees): correspondence, 1924 (May-July)
George Blakeslee (President of Board of Trustees): correspondence, 1926
George Blakeslee (President of Board of Trustees): correspondence, 1927
George Blakeslee (President of Board of Trustees): correspondence, 1928 [1 letter] - 1929
George Blakeslee (President of Board of Trustees): correspondence , 1930
George Blakeslee (President of Board of Trustees): correspondence, 1931-1932
George Blakeslee (President of Board of Trustees): correspondence, 1933-1935
George Blakeslee (President of Board of Trustees): correspondence, 1936-1939 (bulk 1936; few letters from 1937-1939)

Box 5 [off site]
Board of Trustees (continued)
George Blakeslee (President of Board of Trustees): correspondence, 1940
George Blakeslee (President of Board of Trustees): correspondence, 1941
George Blakeslee (President of Board of Trustees): correspondence, 1941 [continued]
George Blakeslee (President of Board of Trustees): correspondence, 1942
George Blakeslee (President of Board of Trustees): correspondence, 1943
George Blakeslee (President of Board of Trustees): correspondence, etc., 1944-1946
George Blakeslee (President of Board of Trustees): correspondence, undated
George Blakeslee (President of Board of Trustees): correspondence with Board of Trustees
George Blakeslee (President of Board of Trustees): correspondence to/from Raymond Rich, 1930
George Blakeslee (President of Board of Trustees): correspondence to/from Raymond Rich, 1931
George Blakeslee (President of Board of Trustees): correspondence to/from Raymond Rich, 1932-1933
George Blakeslee (President of Board of Trustees): correspondence to/from Raymond Rich, 1934 (January-February)
George Blakeslee (President of Board of Trustees): correspondence to/from Raymond Rich, 1934 (March)
George Blakeslee (President of Board of Trustees): correspondence to/from Raymond Rich, 1934 (April-May)
George Blakeslee (President of Board of Trustees): correspondence to/from Raymond Rich, 1934 (June-July)
George Blakeslee (President of Board of Trustees): correspondence to/from Raymond Rich, 1934 (August-September)
George Blakeslee (President of Board of Trustees): correspondence to/from Raymond Rich, 1934 (October)
George Blakeslee (President of Board of Trustees): correspondence to/from Raymond Rich, 1934 (November-December)
George Blakeslee (President of Board of Trustees): correspondence to/from Raymond Rich, 1935 (January-February)
George Blakeslee (President of Board of Trustees): correspondence to/from Raymond Rich, 1935 (March-April)

Box 6 [off site]
Board of Trustees (continued)
George Blakeslee (President of Board of Trustees): correspondence to/from Raymond Rich, 1935 (May-June)
George Blakeslee (President of Board of Trustees): correspondence to/from Raymond Rich, 1935 (July-August)
George Blakeslee (President of Board of Trustees): correspondence to/from Raymond Rich, 1935 (September-October)
George Blakeslee (President of Board of Trustees): correspondence to/from Raymond Rich, 1935 (November-December)
George Blakeslee (President of Board of Trustees): correspondence to/from Raymond Rich, 1936 (January-June)
George Blakeslee (President of Board of Trustees): correspondence to/from Raymond Rich, 1936 (July-December)
George Blakeslee (President of Board of Trustees): correspondence to/from Mary MacDonald (WPF treasurer), 1937-1938, 1942
George Blakeslee (President of Board of Trustees): correspondence to/from S. Shepard Jones, 1939-1940
George Blakeslee (President of Board of Trustees): correspondence to/from S. Shepard Jones, 1941-1942
Frank Aydelotte (member of Board of Trustees): correspondence
James Phinney Baxter III (member of Board of Trustees): correspondence, 1941-1946
Percy Bidwell (member of Board of Trustees): correspondence
Percy Bidwell (member of Board of Trustees): correspondence [continued]
Harvey H. Bundy (member of Board of Trustees): correspondence, 1944-1948
John S. Dickey (member of Board of Trustees): correspondence, 1946
Leonard W. Cronkhite (member of Board of Trustees): correspondence, 1944-1946 [see also: Blakeslee (& other?) correspondence]

Box 7 [off site]
Board of Trustees (continued)
Stephen P. Duggin (member of Board of Trustees): correspondence [see also: Blakeslee (& Rich?) correspondence]
Stephen P. Duggin (member of Board of Trustees): correspondence [cont]
Stephen P. Duggin (Board of Trustees); transcripts of radio broadcasts,1934-1935
Rupert Emerson (member of Board of Trustees): misc.
Raymond B. Fosdick (member of Board of Trustees): correspondence, 1934-1936 (January)
Harry A. Garfield (member of Board of Trustees): correspondence, 1934-1938 [see also: Blakeslee (& Rich?) correspondence]
Harry A. Garfield (member of Board of Trustees): correspondence, 1941
Cong. Christian A. Herter (member of Board of Trustees): correspondence, 1943-1946
Bruce C. Hopper (member of Board of Trustees): correspondence, 1941-1942
Manley O. Hudson (member of Board of Trustees): correspondence, 1934
Manley O. Hudson (member of Board of Trustees): correspondence, 1935-1936
Manley O. Hudson (member of Board of Trustees): correspondence, 1941-1942, 1944-1946

Box 8 [off site]
Board of Trustees (continued)
William K. Jackson (member of Board of Trustees): correspondence, 1944-1946
Jacob J. Kaplan (member of Board of Trustees): correspondence, 1944-1946
A. Lawrence Lowell (member of Board of Trustees): correspondence, 1941 [includes memorial, 1943]
James G. McDonald (member of Board of Trustees): correspondence, 1934-1935
George A. Plimpton (member of Board of Trustees): correspondence, 1934-1937 [ibid.]
James G. Rogers (member of Board of Trustees): correspondence, 1941-1946
Chester E. Rowell (member of Board of Trustees): correspondence, 1934-1936, 1938 (January)
Charles Seymour (member of Board of Trustees): correspondence, 1943-1945
Kenneth C.M. Sills (member of Board of Trustees): correspondence, 1944-1946
Payson Wild (member of Board of Trustees): correspondence, 1941-1942
Payson Wild (member of Board of Trustees): correspondence, 1944-1946
John H. Williams (member of Board of Trustees): correspondence, 1941-1942
Henry M. Wriston (member of Board of Trustees): correspondence, 1941
Henry M. Wriston (member of Board of Trustees): correspondence, 1942
Henry M. Wriston (member of Board of Trustees): correspondence, 1943-1944
Henry M. Wriston (member of Board of Trustees): correspondence, 1945-1948
Henry Merritt Wriston (member of Board of Trustees): writings & speeches

SERIES B. PROGRAMMATIC EFFORTS
Box 9 [off site]
Committees
Committees, 1930s-1940s: misc.
Ad Hoc Committee on Policy, 1933
Committee for Study of the Implementation of the Kellogg Pact [Pact of Paris], 1931-1932
Committee on Appointments, 1934
Committee on Commercial Policy, 1934
Committee on Cooperation, 1935
Committee on Courses [of Study]
Committee on Dinner Discussions & a New England Council, 1935-1938
Committee on Latin America, 1933 [includes efforts re: 7th Pan-American Conference]
Committee on the Philippines, 1933-1934
Committee on the Technique of Studying American Peace Aims, 1940 (October24)
Committee on the World Court, 1934
Committee to Nominate Trustees, 1934-1936, 1939, 1941-1942
Executive Committee, 1934-1936
Finance Committee, 1910-1917
Finance Committee, 1933-1943
Library Committee [re: disposition book & pamphlet collection], ca. 1944
Publications Committee, 1930, 1934-1935, 1941-1946
Radio Committee, 1943
Special Committee of Three on the Technique of Studying Problems of the Next Peace Settlement [includes discussion re: the Caribbean]
Temporary Committee on Cooperation, 1933

Box 10 [off site]
Staff Reports
Reports of Director/s, 1941-1943
Reports of Director/s, 1944-1945
Reports of Director/s, 1946-1948
Report of Director, 1948
Report of Director, 1949
Report of Director, 1950
Staff Involvements / Efforts
Margaret Bates (Editorial Associate): attendance at Meeting on American Foreign Policy, Dept. of State, Washington, D.C., June 4-6, 1947
Margaret Bates (Editorial Associate): attendance at Carnegie Endowment European Center Documentation Conference, January 1951
Josephine Bukow (Secretary [of Jones?]): correspondence/memos to S. Shepard Jones (Director), 1941-1942
Raymond Dennett: involvement with New England Conference on Teaching & Research in International Relations, Boston (MA), April12-13, 1946
Anna Sturges Duryea: lectures given, ca.1910-1912
Anna B. Eckstein: contract; correspondence
Anna M. Galvin, 1931 (April) [re: her dismissal by Raymond Rich]
Leland Goodrich (Chair): involvement with Joint Planning Board, Joint Council for International Cooperation

Box 11 [off site]
Staff Involvements / Efforts
Leland Goodrich: involvement with United Nations Association, 1943-1946
S. Shepard Jones: notes re: trips to New York
S. Shepard Jones: attendance at Canadian Institute of International Affairs Conference, Kingston (Ontario), May 24-25, 1941
S. Shepard Jones: involvement with League of Nations Association (Boston/New York)
S. Shepard Jones: notes on things to be done
Mary J. MacDonald: memos & reports, 1941-1943
Denys P. Myers: correspondence, 1920-1942
Denys P. Myers: press releases, etc., written, ca. 1910-1912
Denys P. Myers: correspondence/efforts re: ratification of Anglo-American arbitration treaties, 1911-1912
Denys P. Myers: mailings to board members re: neutrality, 1927
Writings, etc. by staffpersons
Personnel: correspondence re: job applications, 1929
Attendance at Consultative Meeting with heads of major foundations, April 18-19, 1951
Attendance(?) at New York University Documentation Conference, 1952

Box 12 [off site]
Meetings/Conferences
Sponsorship of Luncheon Group meetings
Sponsorship of Study group meetings, 1939
Sponsorship of Study groups (misc.), 1940-1941
Sponsorship of Study groups (misc.), 1943-1944
Sponsorship of Far East Study Group, 1940
Sponsorship of weekly meetings to discuss Dumbarton Oaks proposals, 1945 (February-April)
Conferences: miscellaneous
Planning for possible international conferences on problem areas in American foreign policy and/or foreign relations
Sponsorship of Conference on Economic & Political Bases for Durable Peace, Andover (MA), April 19-21, 1940
Study Group/Conference on British-U.S. Relations, November 19, 1941
Sponsorship of "Conference on American Policy With Regard to Post-War Germany," December 19, 1941
Sponsorship of "Conference on American Policy With Regard to Post-War Germany," February 7, 1942 [focus: German unity]
Sponsorship of "Conference on American Policy With Regard to Post-War Germany," March 21, 1942 [focus: educational & intellectual problems]
Sponsorship of "Conference on American Policy With Regard to Post-War Germany," May 23, 1942 [focus: Germany & post-war economic reconstruction]

Box 13 [off site]
Meetings/Conferences (continued)
First Conference on Documents Distribution, March 8, 1947: agenda, reports, attendees, etc.
First Conference on Documents Distribution, March 8, 1947: correspondence
First Conference on Documents Distribution, March 8, 1947: material used at conference
Survey: questionnaire to specialized agencies, March 28, 1947
Survey: questionnaire to national adult education groups, March 26, 1947
Second Conference on Documents Distribution, June 14, 1947: agenda, reports, attendees, etc.
Second Conference on Documents Distribution, June 14, 1947: correspondence
Second Conference on Documents Distribution, June 14, 1947: correspondence [continued]
Second Conference on Documents Distribution, June 14, 1947: survey of institutions [re: their documents on foreign policy], March 1947
Third Conference on Documents Distribution, December 13, 1947: agenda, attendees, report, etc.
Third Conference on Documents Distribution, December 13, 1947: correspondence
Third Conference on Documents Distribution, December 13, 1947: possible documents from organizations

Box 14 [off site]
Meetings/Conferences (continued)
Co-sponsorship (?) of United Nations "Conference on the Dollar Gap," Boston (MA), April 28-29, 1950 [held at WPF headquarters]
Fourth Conference on Documents Distribution, May 20, 1950: agenda, attendees, reports, etc.
Fourth Conference on Documents Distribution, May 20, 1950: correspondence
Fourth Conference on Documents Distribution, May 20, 1950: possible documents [re: foreign policy] for distribution
Co-sponsorship of "Canadian & American Conference on Foreign Relations," Niagara Falls (Ontario), May 31 - June 5, 1951: general
Co-sponsorship of "Canadian & American Conference on Foreign Relations," Niagara Falls (Ontario), May 31 - June 5, 1951: planning committee meetings
Co-sponsorship of "Canadian & American Conference on Foreign Relations," Niagara Falls (Ontario), May 31 - June 5, 1951: correspondence
Co-sponsorship of "Canadian & American Conference on Foreign Relations," Niagara Falls (Ontario), May 31 - June 5, 1951: correspondence with J. Johnson
Co-sponsorship of "Canadian & American Conference on Foreign Relations," Niagara Falls (Ontario), May 31 - June 5, 1951: correspondence with Canada
Co-sponsorship of "Canadian & American Conference on Foreign Relations," Niagara Falls (Ontario), May 31 - June 5, 1951: Douglas A. MacLennan (Canadian Institute of International Affairs)
Co-sponsorship of "Canadian & American Conference on Foreign Relations," Niagara Falls (Ontario), May 31 - June 5, 1951: delegates, American & Canadian

Box 15 [off site]
Meetings/Conferences (continued)
Co-sponsorship of "Canadian & American Conference on Foreign Relations": papers prepared by Americans & Canadians for conference [e.g., Raymond Dennett's "U.S. Policy Towards China"]
Co-sponsorship of "Canadian & American Conference on Foreign Relations," Niagara Falls (Ontario), May 31 - June 5, 1951: speeches given
Co-sponsorship of "Canadian & American Conference on Foreign Relations," Niagara Falls (Ontario), May 31 - June 5, 1951: reports from round tables
Round Table A, June 1951: recorder's notes
Round Table A, June 1951: recorder's notes [continued]
Round Table B, June 1-5, 1951: recorder's notes
Round Table B, June 1-5, 1951: recorder's note [continued]
"Canadian & American Conference on Foreign Relations," Niagara Falls (Ontario), May 31 - June 5, 1951: questionnaires [filled out]
"Canadian & American Conference on Foreign Relations," Niagara Falls (Ontario), May 31 - June 5, 1951: Partners in the Free World [mss. of final report]

Box 16 [off site]
Meetings/Conferences (continued)
"Canadian & American Conference on Foreign Relations," Niagara Falls (Ontario), May 31 - June 5, 1951: reading materials for delegates
Carnegie Endowment - "Conference of Leaders of Institutes": participation in
Cooperation/Involvement
Cooperation with the American Committee on the Far Eastern Crisis, 1932
Cooperation with the Fletcher School of Law & Diplomacy, 1933
Involvement with American Committee on United Europe [file of Raymond Dennett], 1950-1954
Involvement with the Joint Council for International Cooperation, 1943 [includes luncheon group discussions]
Involvement with the Joint Council for International Cooperation, 1944-1947
Involvement with the Joint Council for International Cooperation, 1948
Involvement with Massachusetts Committee on Displaced Persons, 1947
Involvement with Mt. Holyoke College Institute on the United Nations, 1948
Involvement with Mt. Holyoke College Institute on the United Nations, 1949

Box 17 (1/2 box) [off site]
Meetings/Conferences (continued)
Involvement with Mt. Holyoke College Institute on the United Nations, 1950
Involvement with New England Council on Foreign Relations
Misc. Programmatic Efforts
Library, 1941-1942, 1949
Library: “Report on the Documents Collection,” 1951

Box 18 [off site]
Misc. Programmatic Efforts
Miscellaneous material, 1910
Miscellaneous material, 1911
Miscellaneous material, 1912
Miscellaneous material, 1913
Miscellaneous material, undated (1910-1913?)
Miscellaneous material, 1914
Miscellaneous material, 1915
Miscellaneous material, 1916
Miscellaneous material, 1917
Miscellaneous material, 1919
Miscellaneous material, 1922
Miscellaneous material, 1923
Miscellaneous material, 1924
Miscellaneous material, 1925
Miscellaneous material, 1926
Miscellaneous material, 1927
Miscellaneous material, 1928
Miscellaneous material, 1929
Miscellaneous material, 1930
Miscellaneous material, 1931
Miscellaneous material, 1932
Miscellaneous material, 1933-1934
Miscellaneous material, 1935
Miscellaneous material, 1936
Miscellaneous material, 1937
Miscellaneous material, 1938

Box 19 [off site]
Miscellaneous Programmatic Efforts
Miscellaneous material, 1939
Miscellaneous material, 1940
Miscellaneous material, 1941
Miscellaneous material, 1941 [continued]
Miscellaneous material, 1942
Miscellaneous material, 1942 [continued]
Miscellaneous material, 1942: memos re: conversations with various individuals
Miscellaneous material, 1943
Miscellaneous material, 1944
Miscellaneous material, 1945-1947
Miscellaneous material, 1948
Miscellaneous material, 1949
Miscellaneous material, 1950
Miscellaneous material, undated

SERIES C: CORRESPONDENCE
Box 20
[off site]
General Correspondence
Correspondence, 1910
Correspondence, 1911 (January)
Correspondence, 1911 (February)
Correspondence, 1911 (March)
Correspondence, 1911 (March) [continued]
Correspondence, 1911 (October-December)
Correspondence, 1911 (no month indicated)
Correspondence, 1912 (January)
Correspondence, 1912 (February)
Correspondence, 1912 (March)
Correspondence, 1912 (April)
Correspondence, 1912 (May)
Correspondence, 1912 (June)
Correspondence, 1912 (July)
Correspondence, 1912 (August)
Correspondence, 1912 (September)

Box 21 [off site]
General Correspondence (continued)
Correspondence, 1912 (October)
Correspondence, 1912 (November)
Correspondence, 1912 (December)
Correspondence, 1912 (no month indicated)
Correspondence, 1913 (January)
Correspondence, 1913 (February)
Correspondence, 1913 (March)
Correspondence, 1913 (April)
Correspondence, 1913 (May)
Correspondence, 1913 (June)
Correspondence, 1913 (July)
Correspondence, 1913 (August)
Correspondence, 1913 (September)
Correspondence, 1913 (October)

Box 22 (1/2 box) [off site]
General Correspondence (continued)
Correspondence, 1913 (November)
Correspondence, 1913 (December)
Correspondence, 1913 (no month indicated)
Correspondence, 1914 (January)
Correspondence, 1914 (February)
Correspondence, 1914 (March)
Early correspondence, undated

Box 23 [off site]
Staff Correspondence
S. Shepard Jones (Director): correspondence, 1939-1940
S. Shepard Jones (Director): correspondence, 1941 (January)
S. Shepard Jones (Director): correspondence, 1941 (February)
S. Shepard Jones (Director): correspondence, 1941 (March)
S. Shepard Jones (Director): correspondence, 1941 (April)
S. Shepard Jones (Director): correspondence, 1941 (May) [2 folders]
S. Shepard Jones (Director): correspondence, 1941 (June)

Box 24 [off site]
Staff Correspondence (continued)
S. Shepard Jones (Director): correspondence, 1941 (July)
S. Shepard Jones (Director): correspondence, 1941 (August)
S. Shepard Jones (Director): correspondence, 1941 (September)
S. Shepard Jones (Director): correspondence, 1941 (October) [2 folders]
S. Shepard Jones (Director): correspondence, 1941 (November)
S. Shepard Jones (Director): correspondence, 1941 (December)

Box 25 [off site]
Staff Correspondence (continued)
S. Shepard Jones (Director): correspondence, 1942 (January)
S. Shepard Jones (Director): correspondence, 1942 (February)
S. Shepard Jones (Director): correspondence, 1942 (March)
S. Shepard Jones (Director): correspondence, 1942 (April)
S. Shepard Jones (Director): correspondence, 1942 (May)
S. Shepard Jones (Director): correspondence, 1942 (June)
S. Shepard Jones (Director): correspondence, 1942 (July)
S. Shepard Jones (Director): correspondence, 1942 (August)
S. Shepard Jones (Director): correspondence, 1942 (September)
S. Shepard Jones (Director): correspondence, 1942 (October)
S. Shepard Jones (Director): correspondence, 1942 (November)
S. Shepard Jones (Director): correspondence, 1942 (December)
S. Shepard Jones (Director): correspondence, 1943
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1942 (January)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1942 (August)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1942 (September)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1942 (October)

Box 26 [off site]
Staff Correspondence (continued)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1942 (November)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1942 (December)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1943 (January)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1943 (February)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1943 (March)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1943 (April)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1943 (May)

Box 27 [off site]
Staff Correspondence (continued)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1943 (June)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1943 (July)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1943 (August)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1943 (September)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1943 (October)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1943 (November)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1943 (December)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1944 (January)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1944 (February)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1944 (March)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1944 (April)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1944 (May)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1944 (June)

Box 28 [off site]
Staff Correspondence (continued)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1944 (July)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1944 (August)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1944 (September)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1944 (October)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1944 (November)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1944 (December)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1945 (January 1 - January 15)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1945 (January 16 - January 31)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1945 (February 1 - February 17)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1945 (February 18 - February 28)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1945 (March 1 - March 15)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1945 (March 16 - March 30)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1945 (April 1 - April 12)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1945 (April 13 - April 26)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1945 (May 1 - May 16)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1945 (May 17 - May 31)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1945 (June)

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Staff Correspondence (continued)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1945 (July 1 - July 11)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1945 (July 12 - July 18)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1945 (July 19 - July 31)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1945 (August 1 - August 10)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1945 (August 11 - August 31)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1945 (September)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1945 (October 1 - October 16)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1945 (October 17 - October 31)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1945 (November 1 - November 15)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1945 (November 16 - November 30)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1945 (December 1 - December 18)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1945 (December 19 - December 31)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1946 (January 1 - January 15)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1946 (January16 - January 31)

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Staff Correspondence (continued)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1946 (February)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1946 (March 1 - March 13)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1946 (March 14 - March 25)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1946 (March 26 - March 31)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1946 (April 1 - April 8)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1946 (April9 - April 16)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1946 (April 17 - April 30)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1946 (May 1 - May 6)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1946 (May 18 - May 30)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1946 (June)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, 1946 (July-December)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence, undated
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence with Dept. of State officials (1945-1946)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence re: Conference on Teaching & Research on International Relations (April 12-13, 1946)]
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence re: Massachusetts Committee of 1000 (1944-1945)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence re: Massachusetts Council of Churches (1943-1945)
Leland Goodrich (Director): correspondence re: meeting with Cong. Christian Herter (November 1945)

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Staff Correspondence (continued)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1946 (January)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1946 (February)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1946 (March)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1946 (April)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1946 (May)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1946 (June)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1946 (July)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1946 (August)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1946 (September)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1946 (October)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1946 (November)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1946 (December)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1947 (January)

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Staff Correspondence (continued)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1947 (February)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1947 (March)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1947 (April)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1947 (May)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1947 (June)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1947 (July)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1947 (August)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1947 (September)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1947 (October)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1947 (November)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1947 (December)

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Staff Correspondence (continued)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1948 (January)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1948 (February)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1948 (March)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1948 (April)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1948 (May)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1948 (June)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1948 (July)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1948 (August)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1948 (September)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1948 (October)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1948 (November)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1948 (December)

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Staff Correspondence (continued)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1949 (January)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1949 (February)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1949 (March)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1949 (April)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1949 (May)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1949 (June)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1949 (July)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1949 (August)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1949 (September)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1949 (October)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1949 (November)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1949 (December)

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Staff Correspondence (continued)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1950 (January)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1950 (February)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1950 (March)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1950 (April)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1950 (May)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1950 (June)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1950 (July)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1950 (August)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1950 (September)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1950 (October)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1950 (November)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1950 (December)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1951 (January)

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Staff Correspondence (continued)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1951 (February)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1951 (March)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1951 (April)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1951 (May)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1951 (June)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1951 (July)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1951 (August)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1951 (September)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1951 (October)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1951 (November)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1951 (December)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1952 (January)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1952 (February)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1952 (March)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1952 (April)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1952 (May)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1952 (June)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1952 (July)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1952 (August)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1952 (September)

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Staff Correspondence (continued)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1952 (October)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1952 (November)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1952 (December)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1953 (January)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1953 (February)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1953 (March)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1953 (April)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1953 (May)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1953 (June)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1953 (July)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1953 (August)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1953 (September)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1953 (October)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1953 (November)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1953 (December)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1954 (January)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1954 (February)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1954 (March)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1954 (April)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1954 (May)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1954 (June)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1954 (July)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1954 (August)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1954 (September)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1954 (October)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1954 (November)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1954 (December)
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence, 1954 (January)

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Correspondence With Individuals
Prof. Alvin Hansen (Littauer Center, Harvard University): correspondence
Clarence Haring: correspondence
Prof. Hajo Holborn: correspondence, 1941- 1942 (February)
Prof. Hajo Holborn: correspondence, 1942 (March) - 1943
Louise W. Holborn: correspondence
Arthur N. Holcombe: correspondence
Stanley K. Hornbeck (U.S. Department of State): correspondence
Dean Halford Hoskins: correspondence, 1941-1942
S. Shepard Jones (U.S. Department of State), 1942 (September) - 1943 (September)
Thorsten Kalijarvi: correspondence, 1944
William Lockwood: correspondence, 1941-1942
Dana G. Munro: correspondence, 1941
Denys P. Myers (U.S. Department of State): correspondence, 1942-1943
Norman J. Padelford (Fletcher School of Law & Diplomacy): correspondence, 1941-1943
George Pettee: correspondence, 1941
Captain W.D. Puleston: correspondence, 1941
Harold S. Quigley, 1941-1943
Walter R. Sharp: correspondence, 1941
Paul V. Shaw: correspondence, 1941
Henry N. Sherwood: correspondence, 1941-1942
James H. Shoemaker: correspondence, 1942-1943
James R. Shotwell (Carnegie Endowment for International Peace): correspondence, 1941
Hans Simons (New School for Social Research): correspondence, 1942
Sumner Slichter: correspondence, 1942-1943
James T. Sloan Jr.: correspondence, 1943
Paul van Zealand: correspondence, 1941-1942
Admiral Harry E. Yarnell: correspondence, 1941-1942

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Correspondence With Individuals (continued)
S. Shepard Jones (Director): correspondence with government officials [re: publications, etc.], 1941
Correspondence with government officials at the White House, 1941-1943
Correspondence With Organizations
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence with Carnegie Corporation of New York, 1949-1950
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace: correspondence, 1946-1948
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace: correspondence with John Goormaghtigh, Paris, 1950-1953
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace: correspondence, 1950
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace: correspondence, 1950 [continued]
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace: correspondence, 1951
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace: correspondence, 1952
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace: correspondence, 1953
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace: correspondence, 1954-1955
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence with members of the Conference Group of National Organizations on the United Nations, 1950-1953
Harvard University: correspondence
Institute of Pacific Relations: correspondence, 1941-1943
MacMillan Company: correspondence, 1941
Massachusetts League of Women Voters: correspondence

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Correspondence With Organizations (continued)
National League of Women Voters: correspondence
National Peace Council: correspondence, 1941-1942
S. Shepard Jones (Director): correspondence with New York Times & Herald Tribune
Pan American Union, correspondence
Raymond Dennett (Director): correspondence with United Nations staffpersons, 1946-1948
Correspondence re: Subjects
Correspondence: appeals to commercial organizations re: arbitration treaty, 1911
Correspondence: appeals to commercial organizations re: arbitration treaty, 1911 [continued]
Correspondence: ideas received re: world government, etc. (mostly from "crack-pots”), 1941-1946

SERIES D: PUBLICATIONS
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Publications: Correspondence
Correspondence with Paul-Henri-Benjamin Balluet (Baron d'Estournelles de Constant), 1912-1914 [esp. re: publishing his book]
Correspondence re: WPF literature, 1927 (December)
Correspondence re: WPF literature, 1928 (January)
Correspondence re: WPF literature, 1928 (February)
Correspondence re: WPF literature, 1928 (March)
Correspondence re: WPF literature, 1928 (April)
Correspondence re: WPF literature, 1928 (May) - 1929 (July)
Correspondence with author Virginia Prewett (& her agent), 1941
Correspondence with Paul M.A. Linebarger re: publication of this book/s, 1941-1942
Publications: Board of Editors
Board of Editors
William Diebold, Jr. (I. O. Board of Editors), 1954-1960
JAS Terry Duce, 1954
Philip Jessup, 1959
Robert Triffen (I. O. Board of Editors), 1956-1960
Quincy Wright (I. O. Board of Editors)
M. Margaret Ball (I. O. Board of Editors)
William T.R. Fox (I. O. Board of Editors)
Joseph E. Johnson (I. O. Board of Editors)
Charles P. Kindleberger (I. O. Board of Editors)
Grayson Kirk (I. O. Board of Editors)
Dwight E. Lee (I. O. Board of Editors)
John W. Masland (I. O. Board of Editors), 1952-1954

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Publications: Publishing/Sale/Reviews
Cooperation with Foreign Policy Association in joint publication of pamphlet series, 1933-1934
Printing by Amity Press, 1941
Agreement with publishers Stevens & Sons, Ltd.
Publication schedules, 1942
Publications, sale of, 1943
Publications, sale of, 1943 [continued]
Publications, sale of, 1944
Publicity [includes ads for literature]
Miscellaneous & joint reviews
Miscellaneous reviews, 1942-1945
Publications Produced
Press releases
Releases copied & sent out, 1942
Release (?) of "Confidential Memo on International Tribunals in the Post-War World," 1943-1944 (series 2, no. 1-12)
Releases, bulletins, etc. produced re: post-war planning, 1940-1942

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Publications Produced
Literature lists; bibliographies produced
Bibliography on China
Bibliography on the Far East
Bibliography on National Defense
Bibliography on Palestine
Bibliography on World Organization
"Documents of International Organizations - A Selected Bibliography" (1948): reviews
Leaflets produced by WPF (?)
Publication of pamphlet series, "America Looks Ahead," 1940-1942
Literature produced, 1910-1912
Literature produced, 1913
Literature produced, 1914
Literature produced, 1910-1915
Literature produced, 1915-1929

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Publications Produced (continued)
Literature produced, 1930-1935
Pamphlets, 1931: "The World Court, 1921-1931" & "Haiti Under American Control, 1915-1930"
Literature produced, 1936-1939
Literature produced, 1940-1949
Leaflets, 1943-1946
Literature & releases produced, undated (pre-1950)
"Argentina and the United States," C.H. Harding (1941): publicity & reviews
"Australia and the United States," F. Alexander (1941): reviews
"Bretton Woods: Clues to a Monetary Mystery," C. Morgan (1945): publicity & reviews
"Canada and the United States," F.R. Scott (1941): publicity & reviews
Publication of "Charter of the United Nations"
"Charter of the United Nations," L.M. Goodrich & E. Hambro (1946): publicity & reviews
"Charter of the United Nations," revised edition (1949-1950): reviews
"The China of Chiang K'ai-shek: A Political Study," P.M.A. Linebarger (1941-1943): publicity & reviews
"Collective Security: The Why and How," Senator J.H. Ball (1943-1944): publicity & reviews
"Dependent Areas in the Post-War World," A.N. Holcombe (1941): reviews
Publication of "Documents on American Foreign Relations," 1948

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Publications Produced (continued)
"Documents on American Foreign Relations, Vol. I, January 1938 - June 1939," S.S. Jones & D.P. Meyers: preparations, publicity, etc.
"Documents on American Foreign Relations, Vol. I, January 1938 - June 1939," S.S. Jones & D.P. Meyers: reviews
"Documents on American Foreign Relations, Vol. II, July 1939 - June 1940," S.S. Jones & D.P. Meyers: preparations, publicity, etc.
"Documents on American Foreign Relations, Vol. II, July 1939 - June 1940," S.S. Jones & D.P. Meyers: reviews
"Documents on American Foreign Relations, Vol. III, July1940 - June 1941," S.S. Jones & D.P. Meyers: preparations, publicity, etc.
"Documents on American Foreign Relations, Vol. III, July1940 - June 1941," S.S. Jones & D.P. Meyers: reviews
"Documents on American Foreign Relations, Vol. IV, 1941-1942," Goodrich, Jones, Meyers
"Documents on American Foreign Relations, Vol. V," L.M. Goodrich & M.J. Carroll, 1942-1943
"Documents on American Foreign Relations, Vol. VI," 1943-1944
"Documents on American Foreign Relations, Vol. VII," 1947: publicity & reviews
"Documents on American Foreign Relations, Vol. VIII," 1948-1949: reviews, etc.
"Documents on American Foreign Relations, Vol. IX," 1949
"Documents on American Foreign Relations, Vol. X," 1950: reviews, etc.
"Documents on American Foreign Relations, Vol. XI," 1951
"Documents on American Foreign Relations, Vol. XII," 1952
"Documents on American Foreign Relations, Vol. XIII": preparation, correspondence, etc.
"Eastern Europe & the U.S.," J. Hanc (1942): publicity & reviews
"Economic Defense of Latin America," Percy Bidwell (1941): reviews & publicity
"European Peace Treaties After World War II" (1945): correspondence, publicity, & reviews
"Far Eastern War: 1937-1941," H.S. Quigley: publicity & reviews
"Foreign Policy Reports": publication of

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Publications Produced (continued)
"The Future Economic Policy of the United States," W.A. Brown, Jr. (1943-1945): publicity & reviews
Publication rights, etc. [re: "International Organization"]
"International Organization": publicity & reviews, 1947-1949
"Negotiating with the Russians": publication of
"Negotiating with the Russians": biographies of the authors
"Negotiating with the Russians": correspondence with J. Johnson (ed.), 1950-1951
"Negotiating with the Russians": correspondence with the authors, 1950-1951
"Negotiating with the Russians": correspondence with the authors [continued]
"The Netherlands and the United States," B.H.M Ulekke (1945-1946): publicity & reviews
"The Netherlands Indies and the United States," R. Emerson (1942-1943): publicity & reviews
"Partners in the Free World," R.K. Turner (1951-1952): publicity & reviews
"Peace Aims and Postwar Planning," F.M. Brodie (1942-1943): publicity & reviews
"Strategy of Peace," H.M. Wriston (1944-1945): publicity & reviews
"The U.S. and the Far East," S.K. Hornbeck (1942-1943): publicity & reviews
"The United Nations at Work (Basic Documents)," (1947-1948): publicity & reviews
"The United Nations Economic and Social Council," H. Finer (1946-1948): publicity & reviews
"The United Nations in the Making: Basic Documents," (1945-1946): publicity & reviews
"War and Peace Aims of the United Nations," L. Holborn (1943-1944): publicity & reviews
"War and Peace Aims of the United Nations, Vol. II," L. Holborn (1949-1951): publicity & reviews
"World Policing and the Constitution," J.G. Rogers (1945-1946): publicity & reviews
Publication of Louise Holbert's supplementary volume to "War and Peace Aims": correspondence, 1944-1946 [file of Leland Goodrich]

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Publications Produced (continued)
"Pamphlet Series," 1911
- Part 1:1 "The Results of the Two Hague Conferences and the Demands Upon the Third Conference" by Edwin D. Mead, 1911 (April)
- Part 1:2 "Sir Edward Grey on Union for World Peace: From His Speech in the House of Commons, March 13, 1911," 1911 (April)
- Part 1:3 "World Peace Foundation" by Edwin Ginn, 1911 (April)
- Part 1:4 "The International Duty of the United States and Great Britain" by Edwin D. Mead, 1911 (April)
- Part 2:1 "List of Arbitration Treaties: Pacts to Which Pairs of Nations Are Parties With Statistics and Notes" compiled by Denys P. Myers, 1911 (July)
- Part 2:2 "Some Supposed Just Causes of War" by Hon. Hackson H. Ralston, 1911 (July)
- Part 2:3 "Syndicates for War: The Influence of the Makers of War Material and of Capital Invested in War Supplies," 1911 (July)
- Part 3:1 "Why the Arbitration Treaties Should Stand: The Objections of the Majority of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations Answered Point by Point" prepared by Denys P. Myers, 1911 (October)
- Part 3:2 "War Not Inevitable" by Hon. John W. Foster, 1911 (October)
- Part 3:3 "Parliamentary Government and the Interparliamentary Union" by Dr. Christian L. Lange, 1911 (October)
- Part 3:4 "Chambers of Commerce for Arbitration," 1911 (October)
- Part 3:5 "The Mission of the United States in the Cause of Peace" by David J. Brewer (Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States), 1911 (October)
"Pamphlet Series," 1912
- Part 4:1 missing
- Part 4:2 "Heroes of Peace" by Edwin D. Mead, 1912 (January)
- Part 4:3 "International Good-Will as a Substitute for Armies and Navies," 1912 (January)
- Part 5:1 "The Drain of Armaments: A Series of Tables Showing Their Present Cost, Their Growth in Thirty Years and Their Relation to National Indebtedness" prepared by Arthur W. Allen, 1912 (April)
- Part 5:2 "The Truth About Japan" by John H. DeForest, 1912 (April)
- Part 5:3 "The Cosmic Roots of Love" by Henry M. Simmons, 1912 (April)
- Part 5:4 "World Scouts" by Albert Jay Nock, 1912 (April)
- Part 5:5 "The Right and Wrong of the Monroe Doctrine" by Charles F. Dole, 1912 (April)
- Part 6:1 "The World Peace Foundation: Its Present Activities," 1912 (July)
- Part 6:2 "Neutralization: America's Opportunity" by Erving Winslow
- Part 6:3 "William T. Stead and His Peace Message" by James A. Macdonald [MacDonald?], 1912 (July)
- Part 6:4 "Educational Organizations Promoting International Friendship" by Lucia Ames Mead, 1912 (July)
- Part 6:5 "Revised List of Arbitration Treaties: Pacts to Which Pairs of Nations Are Parties With Statistics and Notes" compiled by Denys P. Myers, 1912 (July)
- Part 7:1 "Heroes of the Sea" by W.M. Thackeray, 1912 (October)
- Part 7:2 "The Forces That Make For Peace: Addresses at the Mohonk Conferences On International Arbitration, 1910 and 1911" by Hon. William J. Bryan, 1912 (October)
- Part 7:3 "Foreign Missions and World Peace: Address at Portland, Maine, October 10, 1912" by Samuel B. Capen (President, American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions), 1912 (October)
- Part 7:4 Missing
- Part 7:5 "The Waste of Militarism: From the Report of the Massachusetts Commission on the Cost of Living, 1910," 1912 (October)
"Pamphlet Series," 1913
Vol. 3:1 "The World Peace Foundation Work in 1912," 1913 (January)
Vol. 3:2 "The Wounded" by Noel Buxton, M.P.; "Women and War" by M.A. Stobart, 1913 (February)
Vol. 3:3 "Panama Canal Tolls: The Obligations of the United States" by Hon. Elihu Root, 1913 (March)
Vol. 3:4 "Instructions to the American Delegates to the Hague Conferences 1899 and 1907" by Hon. John Hay & Hon. Elihu Root (Secretaries of State), 1913 (April)
- Vol. 3:5 "Washington, Jefferson and Franklin on War" by Edwin D. Mead, 1913 (May)
- Vol. 3:5 (part 2) "The International Library: The Most Important Series of Books on the Peace Movement," 1913 (May)
- Vol. 3:6 "The Drain of Armaments (Revised Edition): The Cost of Peace Under Arms" by Arthur W. Allen, 1913 (June)
- Vol. 3:7 (part 1) "Organizing the Peace Work" by Edwin Ginn, 1913 (July)
- Vol. 3:7 (part 2) "Internationalism Among Universities" by Louis P. Lochner, 1913 (July)
- Vol. 3:8 "The Forces Warring Against War" by Havelock Ellis, 1913 (August)
- Vol. 3:9 "To the Picked Half Million" by William T. Stead, 1913 (September)
- Vol. 3:10 (part 1) "Our Duty Concerning Panama Canal Tolls" by Thomas Raeburn White & Charlemagne Tower, 1913 (October)
- Vol. 3:10 (part 2) "The Record of the Hague: Tables Showing the Cases Decided and the Ratifications of Conventions, 1899 and 1907" compiled by Denys P. Myers (corrected to November 1, 1913), 1913 (October)
- Vol. 3:11 (part 1) "The Commission of Inquiry: The Wilson-Bryan Peace Plan: Its Origin and Development" by Denys P. Myers, 1913 (November)
- Vol. 3:11 (part 2) "Suggestions for the Study of International Relations" by Charles H. Levermore, 1913 (November)
- Vol. 3:12 "The World Peace Foundation Work in 1913," 1913 (December)
"Pamphlet Series," 1914
- Vol. 4:1 "American Leadership for Peace and Arbitration" by Carl Schurz, 1914 (January)
- Vol. 4:2 "Immunity of Private Property at Sea" by Hon. Joseph H. Choate (1st American Delegate to the 2nd Hague Peace Conference), 1914 (February-March)
- Vol. 4:3 "What Can Military Force Do In Mexico?" by Norman Angell, 1914 (April-May)
- Vol. 4:4 "The Anglo-American Agreement of 1817: For Disarmament on the Great Lakes" by Charles H. Levermore, 1914 (June) [missing back page/s]
- Vol. 4:5 "Dreadnoughts and Dividends: Exposure of the Armaments Ring" by Philip Snowden, M.P., 1914 (August)
- Vol. 4:6 [part 1] "National Honor and Peace" by Louis Broido; "National Honor and Vital Interests" by Russell Weisman (Prize Orations of the Intercollegiate Peace Association), 1914 (October)
- Vol. 4:6 (part 2) "The United States of Europe" by Victor Hugo, 1916 (October) [SHOULD THIS BE 1914????]
- Vol. 4:6 (part 3) "The Record of the Hague: Results of the Conferences and Tables Showing the Cases Decided and the Ratification of Conventions" by Denys P. Myers (corrected to November 1, 1914), 1914 (October)
- Vol. 4:6 (part 4) "Woman and War: Julia Ward Howe's Peace Crusade" by Edwin D. Mead, 1914 (October)
- Vol. 4:7 "The World Peace Foundation Work in 1914," 1914 (December)
"Pamphlet Series," 1915
- Vol. 5:1 [part 1] "America and the European War" by Norman Angell, 1915 (February)
- Vol. 5:1 (part 2) "Outline of Lessons on War and Peace" by Lucia Ames Mead, 1915 (February)
- Vol. 5:2 "The Foundations of a League of Peace" by G. Lowes Dickinson (with Program of the League to Enforce Peace, American Branch), 1915 (April)
- Vol. 5:3 (part 1) "A Conference of Neutral States," 1915 (June)
- Vol. 5:3 (part 2) "Official Documents Concerning Neutral and Belligerent Rights Issues Since August 4, 1914: Neutrality Proclaimed and Explained. Appendix: Declaration of London," 1915 (June)
- Vol. 5:4 (part 1) "Official Documents Concerning Neutral and Belligerent Rights Issues Since August 4, 1914: War Zones," 1915 (August)
- Vol. 5:4 (part 2) "Official Documents Concerning Neutral and Belligerent Rights Issues Since August 4, 1914: War Zones [continued], Interference With Trade," 1915 (August)
- Vol. 5:4 (part 3) "Official Documents Concerning Neutral and Belligerent Rights Issues Since August 4, 1914: Cargo of the Wilhelmina, American Trade in Munitions of War, Sinking of the Frye," 1915 (August)
- Vol. 5:5 (part 1) "A League to Enforce Peace" by A. Lawrence Lowell, 1915 (October)
- Vol. 5:5 (part 2) "Official Documents Concerning Neutral and Belligerent Rights Issues Since August 4, 1914: Sinking of the Lusitania, and Attacks Upon Other Ships," 1915 (October)
- Vol. 5:5 (part 3) "Arbitration Engagements Now Existing in Treaties, Treaty Provisions and National Constitutions" compiled, with notes, by Denys P. Myers, 1915 (October)
- Vol. 5:6 (part 1) "Preparedness -- For What?" by Charles H. Levermore, 1915 (December)
- Vol. 5:6 (part 2) "Annual Report 1915," 1915 (December)
"Pamphlet Series," 1916
- Vol. 6:1 "The New Pan Americanism," 1916 (February)
- Vol. 6:2 "The New Pan Americanism, Part II," 1916 (April)
- Vol. 6:3 "The Outlook for International Law: With Letter Commending the League to Enforce Peace" by Elihu Root, 1916 (June)
- Vol. 6:4 "The Monroe Doctrine and the Program of the League to Enforce Peace" by George Grafton Wilson, 1916 (August)
- Vol. 6:5 "The Conciliation Plan of the League to Enforce Peace With American Treaties in Force," 1916 (October)
- Vol. 6:6 "Historical Light on the League to Enforce Peace," 1916 (December)
"Pamphlet Series," 1917
- Vol. 7:1 "The New Pan Americanism, Part III: Central American League of Nations," 1917 (February)
- Vol. 7:2 "Annual Report 1916," 1917 (April)
Pamphlet series: "A League of Nations," vol. 1, no. 1-2, 1917
- Vol. 1:1: Part I - "What We Are Fighting For"; Part II - "Milestone of Half a Century: What Presidents and Congress Have Done to Bring About the League of Nations"; Part III - "Books on War and the Peace,” 1917 (October)
- Vol. 1:2: Part I - "The Nationality Map of Europe" by Leon Dominian, [with] Language Map of Europe (in colors), Selected List of Books"; Part II - "When Shall We Consider the War Won: President Wilson's Annual Address to Congress, December 4, 1917"; Part III - "Proclamation of War Against Austria-Hungary," 1917 (December)
Pamphlet series: "A League of Nations," vol. 1, no. 3-8, 1918
- Vol. 1:3: "War Aims of Belligerents As Elicited by Russia's Attempts to Secure a General Peace," 1918 (February)
- Vol. 1:4: "The Background of the War: History and Texts," 1918 (April)
- Vol. 1:5: "Monroe Doctrine After the War" by George Grafton Wilson (Professor of International Law, Harvard University); "European Background of the Monroe Doctrine"; "American Statements of Policy: Presidents Monroe, Polk, Johnson, Grant, Hayes, Harrison, Cleveland, Roosevelt, Wilson, Diplomatic and Senatorial Action," 1918 (June)
- Vol. 1:6: "German Attempts to Divide Belgium" by Carl L. Becker (Professor of Modern History, Cornell University), 1918 (August)
- Vol. 1:7 missing
- Vol. 1:8: "Japan, America and the Great War" by Payson Jackson Treat (Professor of History, Leland Stanford Junior University), 1918 (December)

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Publications Produced (continued)
Pamphlet series: "A League of Nations," vol. 2, no. 2-[7], 1919
Pamphlet series: "A League of Nations," vol. 2, special numbers, 1919
Pamphlet series: "A League of Nations," vol. 3, no. 1-6, 1920
Pamphlet series: "A League of Nations," vol. 3, special numbers, 1920
Pamphlet series: "A League of Nations," vol. 4, no. 1-5, 1921
Pamphlet series: "A League of Nations," vol. 5, no. 1-6, 1922-1923
Pamphlet series: "A League of Nations," vol. 6, no. 1, and vol. 6, no. 3-5, 1923
Pamphlet series, vol. 7, 1924

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Publications Produced (continued)
Pamphlet series, vol. 8, 1925
Pamphlet series, vol. 9, 1926
Pamphlet series, vol. 10, 1927
Pamphlet series, vol. 10, 1927 [continued]
Pamphlet series, vol. 11, no. 1-2, 1928
Pamphlet series, vol. 11, no. 3-5, 1928

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Publications Produced (continued)
Pamphlet series, vol. 11, no. 6, 1928
Pamphlet series, vol. 12, no. 2-3, 1929
Pamphlet series, vol. 12, no. 4-6, 1929
Pamphlet series, vol. 12, no.1, 1929 (bound)
Pamphlet series, "World Affairs Pamphlets [/books]," no. 3, 4, 10, 13-15, 1934-1936

SERIES E: REFERENCE MATERIAL
Box 51 [off site]
Reference material: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace -- report from Documentation Conference, Paris (France), January 29-30, 1951
Reference material: Council on Foreign Relations
Reference material: Fellowship of Socialist Christians
Reference material: Fletcher School of Law & Diplomacy
Reference material: plans for post-war international organizations
Reference material: post-war planning, December 1942
Reference material: lend-lease bill
Reference material: "Syllabus for International Law & Relations" by Russell Cooper, 1938
Reference material: manuscripts
Reference material: mss. "The Tariff" by I. Melville Stein
Reference material: mss. "The Wave of the Past"
Reference material: maps

Box 52 [off site]
Reference material: miscellaneous [8 folders]



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