Manuscript Collections - Richard V. Oulahan Papers

2022

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RICHARD V. OULAHAN PAPERS, 1901-1951
1 linear foot, 9 linear inches (4 manuscript boxes)
Herbert Hoover Presidential Library

CONTENTS LIST

Box Contents

1

Articles

The Alaska Boundary Question, Pearson’s, Dec 1903
Midshipman Leigh, Pearson’s, Feb 1904
What the President Can and Cannot Do, Ladies Home Journal, Oct 1908 (galley)
What the President Can and Cannot Do, Ladies Home Journal, Mar 1901
Long Distance, Adventure, June 3, 1920
Gathering News at Washington, The Quill, Apr 1921
The Atmosphere of the Washington Conference, New York TimesBook Review and Magazine, Oct 9, 1921
Personnel of the Arms Conference, Current History, Nov 1921
Washington, the City of Magnificent Distances: Where the Disarmament Conference Meets, The Landmark, Nov 1921
What Business May Expect From the New Congress, Nation’s Business, Dec 1931
Dueling articles, undated (unpublished, handwritten, typescript)
Herbert Hoover pieces by Oulahan, 1925, 1928‑1931

Biographical articles, 1908, 1929, 1932, and undated
Correspondence

Oulahan, Richard V., 1838-1931
Oulahan, Sue, 1934-1951
Taft, William Howard, 1908-1910
Wedding Congratulations, 1919
Journal, 1901-1903, 1907, 1922
Newspaper clippings, 1921, 1924 and undated         
Presidents and Publicity, undated (book draft, 3 folders)

2

Presidents and Publicity, undated (10 folders)

3

Research materials, 1896, 1904, 1927, 1929, and undated (Georgetown)
Sigma Delta Chi professional journalistic fraternity – Constitution, 1920
Speeches

Luncheon of the Foreign Service Officers Association, June 25, 1925
Remarks while presenting a scroll to Charles Lindbergh for National Press Club, June 11, 1927 (includes speech, speech cards, clippings, seating chart)
Address to Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Nov-Dec 1928
Radio address regarding Washington correspondents and incoming Hoover administration, Feb 19, 1929
Remarks at meeting of American Society of Newspaper Editors, Apr 17, 1931
War correspondent, 1915-1918 (includes photos, correspondence, programs, and lists)
White House and the Press, undated (book draft, 6 folders, missing chapters 2 and 3)

3

White House and the Press, undated (3 folders)

4

First Editorial War Mission to Great Britain, Aug-Oct 1928 (scrapbook, includes newspaper clippings, letters, photographs, and postcards)