Manuscript Collections - Elliot A. Rosen Papers

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ELLIOT A. ROSEN PAPERS, 1918-1993 (bulk 1954-1993)
15 cubic feet, 6 cubic inches (31 LGA-S boxes)
Herbert Hoover Presidential Library


Elliot A. Rosen was born in 1928 and earned his doctorate in history from New York University in 1954.  His dissertation was titled ‘Growth of the American Cities: Economic Foundations of Urban Growth in the Pre-Civil War Period.’  After a stint of military service he became an instructor in history at the Newark campus of Rutgers University.  In the mid-1960s, he met Raymond Moley and co-authored The First New Deal with Moley in 1966.  After a series of interviews with Moley and years of multi-archival research, Rosen published Hoover, Roosevelt and the Brains Trust: From Depression to New Deal in 1977.  Rosen continued to write and teach into the 1990s; when he retired, Rutgers granted his emeritus status.


The Elliot A. Rosen Papers primarily document the research of Rosen for his book, Hoover, Roosevelt, and the Brains Trust: From Depression to New Deal.  The Rosen collection includes correspondence, research notes, photocopies of archival materials, and oral history tapes and transcripts.  Rosen donated this collection to the Hoover Library in a series of accessions between 1994 and 2000.  The Rosen Papers fall into five series: Correspondence, 1954-1993; Research Files, 1913-1963 (primarily 1928-1934); Oral History Interviews, 1963-1975; Writings and Speeches, 1957-1980 and Roosevelt, The Great Depression and the Economics of Recovery, 1918-1983.  

This series is arranged alphabetically by correspondent or topic.  It consists of just over one linear foot of materials. The correspondence documents Rosen’s research interests in the New Deal, professional connections, and work with students and colleagues at Rutgers.

is by far the largest series in the Rosen papers, totalling nearly seven linear feet.   The series documents the research Rosen did for his book, Hoover, Roosevelt and the Brains Trust.  The series contains Rosen’s research notes as well as photocopies of primary documents.  Rosen’s research was far-reaching, uncovering archival material at Library of Congress, Harvard, Princeton, Presidential Libraries, Yale, Montana, and Kentucky.  Within the series materials are arranged alphabetically by topic (agriculture, foreign policy, tariff) or person (Newton Baker, Felix Frankfurter, Franklin Roosevelt).  Rosen has gathered several noteworthy sets of material: agricultural files of M.L Wilson, a little-known figure vital to the shaping of Roosevelt’s farm policies; Roosevelt-Moley files on foreign policy, the campaign of 1932, and speech files; and the Newton Baker files on the campaign of 1932.  Given Rosen’s thorough saving, one could very nearly replicate his multi-archival research working at the Hoover Library.

series complements the Research Files series, and consists of six linear inches of audio cassettes, reel-to-reel tapes, transcripts and correspondence related to The Brains Trust book.  The transcripts of the Raymond Moley interviews reveal the close working relationship between Moley and Rosen.

WRITINGS AND SPEECHES, 1957-1980.  This series runs four linear inches and is arranged chronologically by date of publication. 

In December 2005, Elliot A. Rosen donated materials related to the research and writing of his 2005 book, adding a fifth series to the Rosen collection.  As these materials consisted of research notes and photocopies of primary documents, it was decided to keep the materials together as a series.  Rosen’s notes were not dated, so it was decided to have the folders’ span dates reflect the years of the copied originals. The Roosevelt, The Great Depression and the Economics of Recovery, 1918-1983 series consists of four linear feet of material arranged alphabetically by person.  Rosen’s research took him to Library of Congress, Roosevelt and Truman Presidential Libraries, and archives at Harvard, Yale and the University of Virginia.  His research included: Thurman Arnold, Bernard Baruch, Will Clayton, James Farley, W. Jett Lauck, and James Rogers.



Box      Contents   
            Beede, Benjamin, 1971-1984
            Blumenthau, Henry, 1971-1989
            Charmlee, John, 1982
            Clements, Kendrick, 1981-1991
            Cole, Wayne, 1977-1980
            DiFrancesco, Mark, 1981
            Edwin Francis Gay Prize, 1962
            Encyclopedia of Franklin Roosevelt, 1982-1985
            Fausold, Martin, 1977-1979
            Feis, Herbert, 1964-1971
            Fine, Sidney, 1973-1983
            Frankfurter [Felix] papers, 1967-1972
            Franklin Roosevelt Presidential Library, 1963-1979
            Freidel, Frank, 1967-1992
            Graham, Otis, 1983-1989
            Grants [applications], 1979-1989
            Hacker, Andrew, 1967
            Herbert Hoover Presidential Library, 1967-1987
            Hoover, Roosevelt and the Brains Trust [letters regarding], 1965-1988
            Jewish issues and causes, 1967-1986
            Kennedy, Susan Estabrook, 1980-1993
            Kimball, Warren, 1972-1987
            Langdell, Jon, 1971-1989
            Larsen, Charlie, 1965-1982
            Lash, Joseph, 1984
            Lectures and meetings [requests for Rosen to present], 1958-1977
            Lowitt, Richard, 1984-1989
            Marshall, Stephen, 1981-1986
            Moley, Raymond,1959-1974

            New York Times [letter to editor], undated
            Orloff, Ann S., 1983-1985
            Osborne, Peter, 1977-1983
            Personal-General, 1954-1989 (3 folders)
            Polenberg, Richard, 1976-1983
            Professional-General, 1954-1989 (5 folders)
            Recommendation letters, 1960-1989 (4 folders)

            Roberts, Priscilla, 1983-1987
            Russell, Fred, 1969-1979
            Rutgers [history department and administration], 1954-1989 (5 folders)
            Schlesinger, Arthur, Jr., 1973-1991
            Schwartz, Gene, 1967-1978
            Shouse, Jouett, 1965-1966
            Simpson, Michael, 1986-1987
            Sternsher, Bernie, 1973-1976
            Still, Bayard, 1954-1978
            Tugwell, Rexford, 1965-1977
            Thomas, Mary Jo and Norman, 1985-1987


4          Agriculture
                     Articles on agriculture, 1932
                     Correspondence-General, 1932-1936
                     Domestic allotment plan (see also M.L. Wilson), 1930-1932 (4 folders)
                     Farm protest meeting-Iowa, 1932
                     Nebraska Farm Holiday Association, 1932
                     Wilson, M.L. (Department of Agricultural Economics), Correspondence
                              Black, John D. (Harvard), 1928-1932
                              Davies, Chester C. (National Cornstalk Processing), 1927-1932
                              Ezekiel, Mordecai (Federal Farm Board), 1932
                              Moley, Raymond, 1932
                              Tolley, H. R. (Berkeley), 1932
                              Tugwell, Rexford (Columbia), 1932-1933
                              Miscellaneous, 1930-1932
                     Wilson, M.L., Memo on agriculture to Franklin Roosevelt, 1932
                     World wheat production, 1932

5          Baker, Newton
                     Campaign of 1932
                              Baker support, 1932
                              Platform suggestions, 1932
                              Roosevelt as candidate, 1932
                              Strategy and statements, 1932
                              Miscellaneous notes and correspondence, 1932
                     Correspondence (copied from Baker papers at Library of Congress)
                              Hayes, Ralph, 1931-1932
                              Lippmann, Walter, 1931-1932
                              Roosevelt, Franklin, 1931-1932
                              Miscellaneous (from Baker), 1931-1932
                              Miscellaneous (to Baker), 1931-1932
                              Miscellaneous, 1932-1963
                     Death of Newton Baker, 1937
                     Health of Newton Baker, 1931-1937

6          Baruch, Bernard
                     Correspondence (copied from Baruch papers at Princeton)
                              Borah, Senator William, 1932
                              Churchill, Winston, 1931-1932
                              Coolidge, Calvin, 1932
                              Daniels, Josephus, 1931-1932
                              Glass, Senator Carter, 1931-1932
                              Hoover, Herbert C., 1932
                              Hull, Cordell, 1932
                              Johnson, Hugh, 1931-1932
                              MacAdoo, William B., 1925-1932
                              Peek, George N., 1932
                              Pittman, Senator Key, 1931-1932
                              Rainey, Henry T., 1931-1932
                              Raskob, John J., 1931-1932
                              Robinson, Senator Joe T., 1931-1932
                              Roosevelt, Franklin D., 1931-1932
                              Walsh, Senator Thomas J., 1931-1932
                              Miscellaneous from Baruch, 1931-1932
                              Miscellaneous to Baruch, 1931-1932
                     Financial role in 1932 campaign, 1932
                     Memo on Newton Baker’s Brooklyn speech, 1932
                     Speeches, 1930-1931
                     Writings, 1931-1932

7          Beale, Adolph A.
                     Correspondence and Memoranda, 1932
            Borah, Senator William
                     Speech on Russia, 1931
            Brandeis, Louis (University of Louisville Law Library)
                     Regulation of holding companies, 1932
                     Unemployment and irregular employment, 1929-1930
            Bullitt, William C.
                     Correspondence with Col. Edward House, 1932
            Campaign of 1932 (see also Franklin D. Roosevelt)
                     General (3 folders)
                     Coolidge, Calvin, speech at Madison Square Garden, 1932
                     Evaluation of editorials, 1932
                     Garner, John, 1932
                     Ickes, Harold, 1932
                     New Hampshire primary, 1932
                              General, 1932
                              Baker, Newton D., 1932
                              Hull, Cordell, 1932
                              Long, Breckenridge, 1932
                              Roosevelt, Franklin D., 1932
                     Smith, Al, 1932
            Credit and central banking, 1932 (see also Raymond Moley)

8          Daniels, Josephus (copied from Daniels papers at Library of Congress)
                     Correspondence and notes, 1932 (3 folders)
            Davis, John W. (copied from Davis papers at Yale)
                     Correspondence and notes, 1932
            Democratic National Committee
                     Convention chairmanship, 1932
                     Jackson, Robert, 1932
                     McAdoo, William C., 1932 (3 folders)
                     Minute Men of the DNC, 1932

9                   Miscellaneous notes, various sources, 1932
                     Roosevelt, Franklin D., 1932
            Dewson, Mary ‘Molly’ (copied from Roosevelt Presidential Library)
                     Correspondence and notes, 1932
            Dodd, William E. (copied from Dodd papers at Library of Congress)
                     Correspondence and notes, 1932-1934
            Farley, James A., 1932
            Federal Farm Board, 1932
            Federal Land Bank, 1932
            Feis, Herbert (copied from Feis papers at Library of Congress)
                     Correspondence and curriculum vita, 1931-1971 (see also Felix Frankfurter)
            Foreign Policy
                     Anderson, Marley (Harvard Law), 1932
                     Buell, Raymond Leslie, 1932-1935
                     Dyer, Czar J. (University of Michigan), 1932
                     TPP (Barnard College), 1932
                     Roosevelt, Franklin, 1932 (memos to Raymond Moley)
                     Russia, recognition of, 1932
                     Sayre, Francis B., 1932
                     Shotwell, James (Carnegie Endowment), 1932
                     Welles, Sumner, 1932

10        Frankfurter, Felix (copied from Frankfurter papers at Library of Congress)
                              Baker, Newton D., 1923-1932
                              Ballantine, Arthur, 1932-1935
                              Bliven, Bruce (New Republic), 1929-1933
                              Brandeis, Louis, 1926-1933
                              Feis, Herbert, 1931-1938 (2 folders)
                              Hapgood, Norman, 1931
                              Howland, Charles (Yale), 1932
                              Lippmann, Walter, 1927-1932
                              Rogers, James, 1931-1932
                              Roosevelt, Franklin D., 1930-1936
                              Stimson, Henry L., 1913-1936
                              Wagner, Senator Robert, 1932
                              Miscellaneous notes, 1931-1933
                     Diary fragments, 1930-1936
            Glass, Senator Carter (copies from University of Virginia)
                     Correspondence and notes, 1929-1933

11        Hamlin, Charles S. (copied from the Hamlin papers at Library of Congress)
                     Diary index and notes, 1930-1933
            Hoover, Herbert C.
                     Moratorium statement, 1931
                     Statements on the Depression, 1930-1932
                     War debt memo to Calvin Coolidge, 1926
            House, Edward (copied from House papers at Yale University Library)
                     Correspondence and notes, 1931-1932 (3 folders)
            Howe, Louis M. (copied from Howe papers at Roosevelt Presidential Library)
                     Correspondence and notes (Democratic National Committee), 1932
            Hull, Cordell (copied from Hull papers at Library of Congress)
                     Correspondence and notes, 1930-1932
                     Speeches, 1932
            Ickes, Harold (copied from Ickes papers at Library of Congress)
                     Correspondence and notes, 1924-1933
            Jackson, Robert
                     Diary excerpts, 1931-1932

12        Johnson, Hiram (copied from Johnson papers at Library of Congress)
                     Correspondence and notes, 1924-1932
            Lippmann, Walter
                     Correspondence and articles, 1932
            Long, Senator Breckenridge (copied from Long papers at Library of Congress)
                     Correspondence, memos and notes, 1931-1932
            McAdoo, William (copied from McAdoo papers at Library of Congress)
                     Correspondence and notes, 1932
            McNary, Senator Charles
                     Speeches and notes, 1932
            Mills, Ogden (copied from Mills papers at Library of Congress)
                     Answer to Sen. Carter Glass, broadcast on CBS, November 1, 1932
            Moley, Raymond (copied from Moley papers)
                     Budget speech drafts and notes, 1932
                     Campaign of 1932, 1932
                     Correspondence, 1931-1932 (2 folders)

13                 ‘The Forgotten Man’ (memoranda), 1932
                     ‘National Economy League’ (memoranda), 1932
                     Speech drafts and notes, 1931-1932 (2 folders)
            Norris, Senator George (copied from Norris papers at Library of Congress)
                     Correspondence and notes, 1932
                     Public power correspondence, 1926-1932 (2 folders)
                     Speeches and writing, 1931-1932
            Pittman, Key (copies of Pittman papers at Library of Congress) correspondence
                     Baruch, Bernard, 1928-1932
                     Mills, Ogden, 1931-1932
                     Moley, Raymond, 1932-1936
                     Roosevelt, Franklin D., 1929-1933
                     Miscellaneous, 1928-1934 (2 folders)

14        Prohibition, 1932
            Public Power, 1931-1933 (see also George Norris)
                     General files, 1931-1932 (2 folders)
                     King, Judson, 1931-1933 (copies of Judson King papers at LC)
            Railroads, 1931-1932 (see also Raymond Moley)
            Reconstruction Finance Corporation, 1932 (see also Raymond Moley)
            Republican Convention of 1932, 1932
            Richberg, Donald C. (copied from Richberg papers at Library of Congress)
                     Correspondence, writing and notes, 1913-1933 (see also Railroads)
            Robinson, Senator Joe T.
                     Correspondence with Herbert Hoover, 1932
            Roosevelt, Eleanor
                     Rosen notes on ER biography

15        Roosevelt, Franklin D.
                     Biographical (Rosen notes), 1932-1967
                     Correspondence (copied from various archives), 1930-1933 (2 folders)
                     Speeches-Campaign of 1932
                              Administration and scheduling (copied from FDR library), 1932
                              New York Grange, February 3, 1932
                              New York Bar Association, March 13, 1932
                              Richmond, VA (Conference of Governors), April 27, 1932
                              Chicago (acceptance speech), July 2, 1932
                              Albany (Democratic platform broadcast on NBC), July 30, 1932
                              Columbus, OH (on Republican platform), August 20, 1932
                              Seagirt, NJ (prohibition), August 27, 1932
                              Bridgeport, CT (campaigning for Gov. Cross), September 3, 1932

16                          Topeka, KS (farm policy), September 14, 1932
                                       FDR speech and drafts, 1932
                                       Correspondence, 1932
                                       Moley, Raymond, drafts of speech, 1932
                                       Press releases, 1932
                                       Wilson, M. L., drafts and memoranda, 1932
                              Denver, September 15, 1932
                              Cheyenne (whistle stop), September 16, 1932
                              Salt Lake City (Mormon Temple), September 17, 1932
                              Pocatello, ID (whistle stop), September 18, 1932
                              Seattle (foreign trade, tariff), September 20, 1932
                              Portland, OR (power, public utilities), September 21, 1932
                              Gresham, OR (fairgrounds), September 21, 1932
                              Sacramento (farm policy), September 22, 1932
                              San Francisco (Commonwealth Club), September 23, 1932
                              Los Angeles (Hollywood Bowl), September 24, 1932
                              McCook, NE (lauding Sen. Norris), September 28, 1932

17                          Sioux City, IA (farm policy, tariff), September 29, 1932
                              Milwaukee (liberal Wisconsin, public utilities), September 30, 1932
                              Chicago (Hotel Stevens), October 1, 1932
                              Detroit (Naval Armory-Belle Isle), October 2, 1932
                              Albany (unemployment relief), October 13, 1932
                              Pittsburgh (Forbes Field), October 19, 1932
                              Indianapolis (New Deal, federal relief), October 20, 1932
                              Springfield, IL (farming, banking, relief), October 21, 1932
                              St. Louis (banking), October 21, 1932
                              Louisville, KY (1921 depression, tariff), October 22, 1932
                              Atlanta (farming, reforestation), October 24, 1932
                              Radio address (welfare and relief), October 30, 1932
                              Boston (farm, tariff, unemployment, relief), October 31, 1932
                              Portland, ME (local candidates), October 31, 1932
                              New York (Metropolitan Opera House), November 3, 1932
                              Brooklyn, NY (economy), November 4, 1932
                              New York (Madison Square Garden), November 5, 1932
                              Poughkepsie, NY (state and local issues), November 7, 1932
            Shouse, Jouett (copied from Shouse papers at University of Kentucky Library)
                     Correspondence, 1930-1932

18        Smith, Alfred (various archives), 1932-1933
            St. Lawrence River, 1928-1930 (see also Public power)
            Swope, Gerard (copied from Hoover Presidential Library)
                     Correspondence, 1931-1932
            Swope, Herbert B. (copied from Moley papers)
                     Correspondence, 1931-1932
            Tariff, 1926-1932
                     Costigan, Edward F (U.S. Tariff Commission), 1926-1928
                     Democratic National Committee (copied from Moley papers), 1932
                     Hoover’s tariff policies, 1928-1932
                     Hull, Cordell, 1932
                     Moley, Raymond (copied from Moley papers)
                              Correspondence, 1932
                     Roosevelt, Franklin D.
                              Memoranda and correspondence to, 1932
                     Tansill, Charles W. (copied from Tansill papers, FDR library)
                              Speech drafts and correspondence, 1932 (2 folders)
                     Walsh, Senator Thomas, 1932
                     Wilson, M. L. (copied from Wilson papers, Montana State University)
                              Correspondence, 1932

19        Tugwell, Rexford G. (copied from Tugwell papers, FDR library)
                     Correspondence, 1932
                     Speech drafts, 1932-1938
            Tully, Grace (copied from Moley papers), 1933
            Unemployment Insurance, 1932
            Veterans’ Bonus (copied from Moley papers), 1932-1933
            Walsh, Frank P. (New York Public Library), 1928-1932
            Walsh, Senator Thomas (copied from Library of Congress), 1932
            Wooley, Robert (copied from various archives), 1931-1932



20        Audiotapes of interviews with Raymond Moley
                     Series I, September 10-12, 1963 (7 cassettes)
                     Series II, October 4, 1967 (4 cassettes)
                     Series III, 1969 (3 cassettes)
            Audiotapes of interview with H. E. Rawson
                     ‘Black Friday’ undated (1 7” reel to reel tape)

21        Jackson, Robert
                     Correspondence and notes on interview, 1963-1966
            Moley, Raymond
                     Correspondence and notes on interviews, 1965-1975
                              September 10-12, 1963 (2 folders)
                              October 4, 1967 (2 folders)
                              1969 (2 folders)
            Tugwell, Rexford G.
                     Correspondence and notes on interview, 1968



22        The Rise of the City after the Civil War, c. 1957
            The First New Deal (Rosen and Moley), 1966
            Intra-nationalism v. Internationalism, Political Science Quarterly, June 1966
            Baker on the Fifth Ballot? Democratic Alternative in 1932, Ohio History, 1966
            Roosevelt and the Brains Trust: A Historiographical Overview, Political
                     Science Quarterly, Dec 1972
            Hoover, Roosevelt and the Brains Trust, 1977
            Reviews of Hoover, Roosevelt and the Brains Trust, 1977-1978
            The Age of the Conservative Coalition - Book Proposal, 1978
            Encyclopedia articles on Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt, 1980
            The Midwest Opposition to the New Deal, Apr 1983
            Adolph A. Berle [partial draft of article], undated

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23        Arnold, Thurman, Assistant Attorney General (Library of Congress)
                     Advertising, 1938
                     American Medical Association, 1942
                     Anheuser-Busch, Inc., 1940
                     Borden Company, 1940
                     Ethyl Gasoline Corporation, 1940
                     General Motors, 1938-39
                     Interstate Commerce Commission, 1941-1942 (2 folders)
                     Labor Unions, 1939-1942
                     Masonite Corporation, 1941-42
                     Oil, 1938-40
                     Radio Corporation, 1942
                     Socony-Vacuum Oil Co., 1939-40
                     Statement to Truman and Patent Committees1938-42

24        Baker, Newton D. (Library of Congress)
                     General A-Z, 1933-1942 (3 folders)
                     American foreign policy
                     Hayes [Ralph]-Baker correspondence
                     League of Nations
                     Roosevelt domestic policy
                     Why we went to war
            Barkley, Allen (University of Virginia), 1932-44
            Baruch, Bernard M. (Princeton University)
                     Correspondence, Albert C. Ritchie, 1931-32
                     Democratic Campaign Speeches, 1932
                     Economic Views, 1931
                     “The Elements of Our Immediate Problems”, 1932
                     “Federal Taxes Can be Cut a Billion,” 1932
                     “Fundamentals of Recovery,” 1933
                     Silver Question Testimony, 1932
            Berle, Adolph A. (Roosevelt Presidential Library), 1926-1937 (2 folders)

25        Byrd, Harry F. (University of Virginia), 1928-1936 (4 folders)
            Clayton, Will L. (Truman Presidential Library), 1929-1936 (6 folders)

26        Cooke, Morris L. (Roosevelt Presidential Library)
                     Collective Bargaining, 1928-29
                     Electrical Power, 1923-1935 (2 folders)
                     Giant Power Board, 1922-32
                     Pinchot, Gifford, 1921-29 
            Davis, Norman, (Library of Congress), 1928-1932
            Eccles, Mariner (Roosevelt Presidential Library), 1934-1936
            Farley, James A. (Library of Congress)
                     Diary, 1933-1936 (4 folders)
27                 Diary, 1937-1945 (6 folders)
                     Newspaper Clippings About, 1976-1983
            Hoover, Herbert Lists of Papers Copied (Hoover Presidential Library)
            Johnson, Hugh S. (Roosevelt Presidential Library), 1932-1935

28        Lauck, W. Jett (University of Virginia), 1918-1932 (6 folders)
            Lubin, Isador, (Roosevelt Library), 1927-1931
            Mills, Ogden (Library of Congress), 1921-1934 (2 folders)

29        Moffat, Jay Pierpont (Harvard University), 1931-1932
            Morgenthau, Henry Jr. (Roosevelt Presidential Library)
                     Farm Credit Diary, 1933-1935 (3 folders)
            O’Mahoney, Joseph C., Key to Scrapbooks (U of Wyoming)
            Owen, Robert L. (Library of Congress), 1932-1938 (2 folders)
            Patman, Wright, “Currency Instead of Bonds” (Princeton), 1934
            Pearson, F. A., Farm Economics (Cornell University), 1957
            Phillips, Leon C. (University of Oklahoma), 1934

30        Rogers, James H. (Yale University)
                     Absorption of Bank Credit, 1933
                     Biography, 1939
                     The Bugaboo of Deflation, 1932
                     Budget, 1939
                     Butler Commission, 1933
                     Correspondence, 1932-1939
                     Currency Devaluation, 1933
                     The Dollar, 1933-1934
                     Gold, 1931-1945
                     How to Raise Prices, 1933
                     Inflation, 1933-1936
                     Monetary Committee, 1933
                     Public Works, 1933-1934
                     Silver, 1933-1934
                     Speech by Franklin Roosevelt
                     World Economic Conference, 1933
            Rosen, Elliot A.
                     Notes on 72nd Congress, 1931-1932
                     Notes on National Recovery Administration Articles, undated (2 folders)

31        Stimson, Henry L. Diaries and notes, 1932-1933 (Yale, 2 folders)
            Thomas, Elmer, 1931-1938 (University of Oklahoma, 4 folders)
            Wallace, Henry, 1932 (University of Iowa)
            Warburg, James P., Banking in Berlin and New York, 1928-1932 (JFK Library)
            Warren, George F., 19031-1936 (Cornell University, 6 folders)
            Wilson, M. S., 1930-1936 (University of Montana, 2 folders)

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