Manuscript Collections - James P. Goodrich Papers

2022

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JAMES P. GOODRICH PAPERS, 1836-1962 (bulk 1910-1942)
12 linear feet, 6 linear inches (28 manuscript boxes, 1 oversize box)
Herbert Hoover Presidential Library

FOLDER LIST

Box Contents

1

Ade, George 1918‑1926
Agriculture

General, 1913-1936 and undated (2 folders)
Foreign Trade Export Association Speech, 1927
Iowa Situation,, 1927 and undated

ARA Association, 1925‑1939
ARA Children's Fund, 1930‑1933
GROUP B, 1912-1936
Beveridge, Albert J. 1904‑1927 and undated
Borah, William E.1926‑1930
Bossert, Walter F. 1936‑1940
Bradfute, Walter 1919
Bricker, John W. 1939‑1940
Bryan, William Jennings,1923 and undated
C Miscellaneous
Cadle, E. Howard, 1920‑1937
Campaign of 1908
Campaign of 1912
Campaign of 1918
Campaign of 1920 (includes Herbert Hoover)
Campaign of 1924
Campaign of 1930 (includes Herbert Hoover)

2

Campaign of 1932, 1931-1933 (includes Herbert Hoover)
Campaign of 1934
Campaign of 1936 (includes Henry J. Allen, Richard B. Scandrett, Jr., Herbert Hoover)
Campaign of 1940 (includes Herbert Hoover)

Ballots and Delegates, undated
Delegate Booklets on Taft and Willkie, 1940
Republican Program Committee Report, Feb 16, 1940

Colleges

De Paw, 1930‑1940
Earlham, 1935‑1936
Evansville College, 1954
Hanover College, 1927‑1941
Indiana University Foundation, 1938 and undated
Notre Dame, 1917‑1940
St. John's College (Annapolis) Report of President, 1962
Wabash College

General, 1920-1940 (2 folders)
Charter
Fund Raising, 1912-1937 (4 folders)

3

Fund Raising, 1938‑1940

Commission on Conservation and Administration of the Public Domain, 1929‑1931
Copeland, Royal S., 1937
Coolidge, Calvin, 1920‑1930
Cox, James M. 1917‑1920
Costin, Earl, 1919
GROUP D, 1900-1940
Dawes, Charles Gates, 1925
Dewey, Thomas E., 1939‑1940
Diaries, 1896, 1908‑1911, 1913‑1914, 1931‑1933 (5 folders)
GROUP E – F, 1921-1940 (2 folders)
Fairbanks, Charles W., 1900‑1901
Garfield, James A. and James R., 1920 (signature)
Garland, Mahlon M., 1919

4

George Rogers Clark Sesquicentennial Commission, 1926‑1930
Goodrich, Cora Frist
Goodrich, Elizabeth Putnam Edger, 1917‑1918
Goodrich, James Putnam

Autobiography, circa 1939 (2 folders)
Reminiscences of Friends
Source Material
Biographical Data
Clippings, 1904‑1950 and undated
Death, 1940
Clippings, 1904, 1922, 1939, 1941, 1950 and undated
Death –

Clippings
Condolences (3 folders)

5

Condolences (4 folders)
Guest Book
Medical Records
Notices to Friends
Tributes and Eulogies
Miscellaneous

Donation of Personal Papers, 1953‑1955

6

Get Well Wishes, 1917-1920, 1937-1940 (2 folders)
Goodrich Park, 1914
Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1937‑1940
Memberships, 1910‑1931
Political Contributions, 1912‑1936
Portrait by Wayman Adams, 1934‑1959
Portraits by Henry L. Wolfe, 1939-1942 (3 folders)
Power of Attorney, 1921
Presidential/Vice Presidential Candidacy, 1916-1920, 1931-1936 and undated(3 folders)
Postmaster Generalship, 1922
Press Excerpts, 1917-1921
Religious Interests, 1912‑1940 and undated
Requests for Photographs, 1919‑1940

7

Goodrich, John B. 1917‑1919
Goodrich, Percy 1937‑1940
Goodrich, Pierre F., 1937
Goodrich Family
Governor's Conference, 1919‑1934
Governorship

Correspondence, 1916-1933 and undated (3 folders)
Appointments
Applicants

General, 1916-1921 (2 folders)
Postmasters, 1920

Campaign Form Letters
Campaign Speeches, 1916
Charitable and Health Care Institutions, 1884‑1936
Clippings, 1915‑21 and undated
Conference on Reconstruction and Readjustments, 1918
Congratulations of Fellow Governors on Completion of Term, 1920‑1921
Congratulations on Nomination and ElectionTax Law Reform

C orrespondence and Memoranda, 1918‑1941 and undated

8

Articles and Speeches, 1915‑1931
Debts of Previous Administrations
Remy Articles in Indiana History, 1947
Report of Commission on Taxation, 1916
Report: Unidentified

World War I Servicemen and Women, 1917-1930 (2 folders)

Great Lakes‑St. Lawrence Tidewater Association

Correspondence, 1920-Oct 1926 (9 folders)

9

Correspondence, Nov 1926-1940 (6 folders)
Minutes and Notices of Meetings, 1925-1934 and undated (3 folders)
Press Releases, 1924‑1932 and undated
Reports and Printed Matter, 1920-1924 (2 folders)

10

Reports and Printed Matter, 1925-1930 and undated (4 folders)

H Miscellaneous
Halleck, Charles A. 1938‑1940
Harding, Warren G. 1920‑1023
Harvey, George Undated
Hays, Will H., 1910-Mar 1919 (4 folders)

11

Hays, Will H., Apr 1919-1940 (7 folders)
Hemenway, J. A., 1908‑1920
Hilles, Charles D. 1911‑1918
Hoover, Herbert

Campaign Testimonial by Goodrich, 1928
Correspondence, 1920-1941 and undated (4 folders)
Speeches, 1928‑1936
Summaries - Speech and Press, 1922-1926 (includes letter to Hillman) 

Hoover, Lou Henry, 1932
Hoover War Library Contribution, 1926‑1927
Hughes, Charles Evans 1920‑1922
Hurley, Patrick – Thank You, Dec 22, 1929
Huston, Claudius H. – Republican Chairmanship, June 29, 1930

12

Hutcheson, William L., 1928
Indiana

Charities: State Board Report, 1921
Coal Situation, 1920
Conservation Department, 1919‑1934
Constitutional Convention, 1917‑1930
Highway Commission, 1916‑1930
Labor Relations, Strikes, 1919
Tax Commissioners, 1917‑1935
World War Memorial, 1925‑1933 and undated

Indiana Politics

Correspondence, 1910-1940 and undated (3 folders)
Adams, Thomas H., 1920‑27
Bobbitt, Archie N., 1939 and undated
Bossert, Elmer F., 1936
Bush, Edgar D., 1921‑27
Clippings, 1901‑1915 and undated
Constitutional Convention, 1917‑1930
Emmert, James A. 1939‑1940
Fifield, Otto G. 1920‑1934
Hanley, J. Frank 1908‑1920
Hogan, Harry G., 1936‑1940
Kealing, Joseph B., 1919
Leslie, Harry G., 1928‑1933
Lewis, Ernest I. 1923‑1930
McCray, Warren T. 1920‑1922
Miller, Fred A., 1911‑1938
Moorman, John, 1919‑1920
Mote, Carl, 1919‑39 and undated
Remy, Charles F., 1918
Republican Chairmanship, 1907
Rogers, Elza O., 1930‑1936
Rowbottom, Harry E., 1928‑1930

13

Tomlinson, Sam, 1920
Watson, Charles L., 1918‑1919
Willis, Raymond E., 1925‑1938
Woods, Frank P., 1913
Clippings, Political Cartoons, Address by Edward Turner, 1906, 1918

Irwin, William G. – Donations to Republican Committees, 1938‑1940
Johnson, Hiram, 1920
K Miscellaneous
Karbe, Otto F., 1927‑1929
Knox, Frank, 1935
L Miscellaneous
Landon, Alfred M., 1939‑1940
League of Nations, 1918‑1927
Lewis, Ernest I., 1922‑1938
Lewis, John L., 1935
Lieber, Richard, 1918‑1939
Litschert, Frank P., 1920-1951 (2 folders, includes 1938 campaign)
Lloyd George, David, 1920
Lockridge, Ross F., 1918‑1939
Lockwood, George B., 1912‑1932 and undated
Louisiana Purchase Centennial Invitation, 1903
Ludlow., Louis, 1929‑1940
M Miscellaneous
McCray, Warren T., 1919‑1935
McNutt, Paul V., 1935
Moorman, John, 1919‑1940
Morrow, Dwight M., 1928‑1932
Moses, George H., 1925
National Politics, 1912‑1938
New, Harry S., 1911‑1928

14

P Miscellaneous
Papperman, Gustav A., 1917-1940 and undated (2 folders)
Pardons, Paroles, etc.

General, 1918‑1932
McCray, Governor Warren T., 1925‑1929

Patronage and Assistance: General, 1928‑1936
Penrose, Boies 1918‑1919
Perkins, George W., 1919
Pettingill, Samuel B., 1935
Pinchot, Gifford, 1940
Poincare Note, 1918
Postmaster Positions, 1912‑1932
Public Utilities, 1913‑32
R Miscellaneous
Ralston, James C., 1917
Rappaport, Leo M., 1930
Reid, Daniel G., 1919
Reid, Harry, 1925
Remy, Charles F., 1918‑1947
Republican National Committee

General, 1933 and undated
Report of Policies and Platform Subcommittees, 1920

Republican National Convention

Correspondence, 1939‑1940
Ticket Requests, 1920
Miscellaneous

Republican Program Committee Report, 1940
Republican State Central Committee Financial Miscellany, 1900‑1909
Republicans: Miscellaneous, 1919‑1927
Requests for Assistance, 1913‑1935 and undated

15

Riddick, Carl W., 1918‑1949
Robinson, Arthur R., 1919‑1934
Rockefeller, John D., 1918‑1928
Roosevelt, Eleanor, 1939
Roosevelt, Franklin D., 1933‑1939
Roosevelt, Theodore, 1917‑1919 and undated
Roosevelt, Theodore Jr., 1919‑1934
Roosevelt Memorial Association, 1919-1936 and undated (2 folders)
Russia

General Correspondence, 1922‑1953
Addresses, Articles, Statements
Correspondence, 1921-1942 (2 folders)
Notes
Texts, 1921-1926 (2 folders)

16

Texts, undated

Allen, Henry J., 1933
American Relief Administration

Brown, Walter Lyman 1921‑1922
Correspondence and Memoranda, 1920‑1923
Offers of Service

American‑Russian Chamber of Commerce, 1926‑33
AMTORG Trading Company, 1926‑1932
Book Manuscript (5 folders)
Borah Speech – The Russian Problem, Dec 30, 1923
Chicherin, Georgi V., 1921‑1922 and undated
Clippings, 1921-1922 (3 folders)

17

Clippings, June 1923-1932 and undated (6 folders)
Davis, Jerome, 1925‑1926
Diary, Sep-Nov 1921 (handwritten)
Letters to Pierre Goodrich, Oct-Nov 1921 (typescript, 2 folders)

18

Diary, 1922 (typescript, 2 folders)
Diary, 1925 (4 folders)
Easley, Ralph M., 1922 (Friends Service Committee, National Civic Federation, Indiana Russian Famine Fund)
Economic‑.Agricultural Situation, 1921-1922 (2 folders)

19

Economic‑.Agricultural Situation, 1923-1926
Far Eastern Republic, 1921‑1922
Golder, Frank A., 1922-1929 (2 folders)
Goodrich, Cora Frist, undated
Gumberg, Alex, 1922-1936 (3 folders)
Haskell, William N., 1921‑1923
Hibben, Paxton, 1922
Hoover Miscellaneous
Hoover Institution, 1929
Hydroelectric Power Commission, 1922‑1925 and undated
Immigration Procedures, 1922 and undated
Industrial Conditions and Problems, 1921‑1934 and undated
Legal System, 1922‑1926 and undated

20

Lehigh Valley Railroad Suit, 1924
Lenin Statements, 1921‑1922
Litvinoff, Fay, 1925‑1928
Litvinoff, Maxim, 1935
News Summaries and Extracts, 1921-1923 and undated (4 folders)
Ossinsky, V. V., 1925‑1930
Passports, 1921‑1922
Pravda and Isvestia, 1922‑1925 (2 folders)
Printed Matter

Economic Review of the Soviet Union, Jan-Apr 1931

21

Russian Review, 1925 (2 folders)
The Situation in Russia by James Goodrich, July 1926
The Year We Saved the Russians by Henry C. Wolfe, Feb 15, 1959
Miscellaneous

Printed Matter – Numbers 1-8 (Russian)

1‑7.  Economic Survey, Mar, July-Dec 1926
8. Tariff Schedules for Railroads

22

Printed Matter – Numbers 9-39 (7 folders, Russian)

9‑11, 14-17. Tariff Schedules for Railroads
12-13. Reports on the Operations of the Donetz State Anthracite Coal Trust for the operating years 1923‑24 and 1924‑25.
18-32. Russian Academy of Sciences (Leningrad) 200th anniversary publications, 1925. These include histories, goals, collection descriptions, staff lists, bibliographies, photos and diagrams
18. Tolstoy Museum: includes staff research projects
19. Chemical Institute
20. Academy of Sciences of the USSR: includes unit descriptions and organization charts
21. Botanical Museum
22. Museum of palaeography
23. Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography
24. Zoological Museum
25. Physics‑Mathematics Institute: includes Russian Civil War, seismic stations, request for financial support
26. Library: History
27. Mineralogical Museum (French)
28. French version of item 22
29. French version of item 19
30. Biological Laboratories (physiological, anatomy, and plants
31. Pushkin House: includes list of scholarly work
32. Permanent Commission for the Study of the Ethnic (Tribal) Composition of the Population of Russia and Contiguous Nations: founded 1917
33. To Young Atheists: A Komsomol Christmas materials used by Komsomols in anti‑religious campaigns, includes five skits and three poems, 1924
34. Anti-religious Propaganda by Ivan Sukhopliuev. Programs for anti-religious seminars and clubs.
35. Russian Primer by V. P. Vakhterov, for Russian and Church Slavonic, undated (New York)
36. Bulletin of the Bureau of Eugenics, No. 3, 1925 (journal of the Commission for the Study of Natural Productive Forces attached to the Academy of Sciences. This issue concerns a study of the personal lives of the members of the Academy of Sciences from 1846‑1924.
37. Digest of American Agriculture, July 15, 1925 (New York, vol. II, no. 1, contents listed in English)
38. The Right to Build in the R.S.F.S.R. and Its Application in Practice by N. F. Popov, 1925 (Moscow, laws concerning building materials andhiring labor)
39. Syntax of the Russian Language by A. A. Ahakhmatov, 1925 (Leningrad)

23

Printed Matter – Numbers 40-48 (3 folders, Russian)

40. Nature (Priroda), 1925 (articles on the 200th anniversary of the Academy of Sciences)
41. Antireligious Anthology: Atheistic critique of religious holidays, beliefs, and the history of Christianity, 1924
42. Ukraine: Statistical Reference, 1925
43. Antireligious Propaganda in Pioneer Units and Schools by A. Volkov, 1925
44. New Technical Conditions for the Delivery of Hard Mineral Fuel to Regular (Plan) Consumers An unofficial publication by the Committee of the State anthracite Coal Industryof the Donetz Basin Trust, 1925
45. Tables of Fees for Passengers and Baggage on the Railroads of the USSR At A Military Rate  Supplement for Part 4 of the Tariff Rates, No. 14., to replace pp. 94‑106. Effective as of June 19, 1925. (2 copies)
46. First Supplement to Part 6 of Tariff Rates Schedule No. 45 for Railroads
47. Second Supplement to Part 6 of Tariff Rates Schedule No. 45
48. Program for a Concert of the Bolshoi Theatre in Honor of the 200th Anniversary of the Founding of the Academy of Sciences, September 13, 1925.  English translation of text appears on pages 3‑4.

Purchasing Commission on Russian Relief

Minutes, 1921-Apr 1922 (4 folders)
Statistics, 1922

Recognition, 1922‑1933 and undated
Religion, 1922‑1937
Relief and Assistance

A – E
Feldman, Anna, 1922‑1924
Foltz Heirs, 1918-1933 (3 folders)

24

Foltz Heirs, 1934‑1939
G‑O
Madame Konchine, 1922, 1930 (Emma Mershon, Newton Iowa)
Revl – Reyn
Rezantseva, Ellen D., 1925‑1940
Rick – Z and unidentified

Reports by James P. Goodrich, 1921-1923 (2 folders)
Reports by Herbert Hoover, 1922
Reports by Lincoln Hutchinson, 1922-1923 (3 folders)

25

Reports by H.L. Rennick, 1922‑1925
Reports by the State Bank, 1921‑1927
Romanov, Nicholas, 1915
Trade Relations, 1921-1934 and undated (3 folders)
Trotsky Speeches and Writings, 1922‑1925 and undated
Transportation, 1925
Van Zant, John L., 1933‑1937

Miscellaneous, 1922, 1924 and undated (clippings, article, statistics, Russian)

Ryan, Oswald, 1919‑1940
S Miscellaneous
Sanders, Everett, 1925
Schaaf, F. Richard, 1920
Scrifes, Zach M., 192019‑31
Shafroth, Will, 1926‑1928
Sime, Fred A,. 1910‑1940
Sowder, Charles R., 1935‑1941
Sparks, Will M,. 1932
Springer, Raymond S., 1929‑1940
Statements and Speeches

Correspondence, 1903‑1919

26

Correspondence, 1920-1940 ( 2folders)
Text, 1914-1935 (6 folders)

27

Text, undated (6 folders)

28

Stimson, Henry L., 1929‑1932
Taft, William Howard, 1919‑1923
Taggart, Thomas, 1920
Tarkington, Booth, 1939
Toner, Harriett and Edward, 1912‑1940 and undated
Townsend, M. Clifford, 1937
Vyse, Mrs. Thomas A., 1935‑1936
Wasmuth, Edward M., 1918-1920, 1926, 1939‑1940
Watkins, Everett C., 1917‑38 (includes 1938 campaign)
Watson, James E., 1897-1920, 1925-1938 (4 folders, includes Herbert Hoover)
Watson, Seward S. "Shang," 1919
Wheeler, Wayne B., 1920 (includes Anti‑Saloon League)
White, Robe Carl, 1929‑1930
Whittaker, Will H., 1917‑1918
Willkie, Wendell, June-Aug 1940 and undated (3 folders)
Wilson, Woodrow, 1917
Wood, Will R., 1928‑1932
World Court, 1921
Memorabilia, 1920, 1922 and undated (calling cards and invitation)
Postcards (travel postcards from Russia, Scandinavia, Europe, US, Canada)
Printed Matter (clippings, reports, journals, memorandum)
           
29 OVERSIZE BOX

Scrapbook: newspaper clippings about political career, certificate from US Naval Institute, Mar 16, 1931

Appointment to Indiana Deep Waterways Commission, Nov 1, 1923
Appointment to Governor, Dec 15, 1916
Appointment by Hoover as a “member of the commission to study and report on The Conservation and Administration of the Public Domain
Goodrich, Edmund D. – Election to probate Judge from Governor of Indiana, Aug 8, 1836
Honorary degree, 1917 (Latin)
St. Lawrence Commission - Appointment by Coolidge Mar 14, 1924
A Bernarr MacFadden- Highlight of fifty years of service for his country
USSR in construction – The Fourteenth year of the revolution 

No. 3. Mines
No. 4. Cotton
No. 12. Natural Minerals

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