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BOX 133-152 Speeches and Writings, 1897-1944
Drafts and printed versions of articles, addresses, speeches, and other writings, and related letters, notes and notebooks.
Arranged alphabetically by type of material.
BOX 133 Drafts and related matter
Addresses
“The American Liberal and the Liberal Program,” Dec., 1932
Civil liberties, 1933
Philadelphia, Pa., civil liberties speech, Mar., 1933
“Should We Have a Central Bank?” Jan. 6, 1935
Balancing the budget, Jan., 1936
Executive League of America, Jan. 21, 1936
Landon, Alfred M., presidential candidacy, Oct., 1936
New York Board of Trade, Dec., 8, 1937
Untitled, Dec., 1937
America's Town Meeting of the Air, Jan., 1938
At Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, N.Y., in defense of capitalism, May 23, 1940
Articles
Against conscription, 1917
Armed neutrality, 1917
BOX 134 “Captain Hoover: Afloat in a Sieve,” 1932
“Death and Taxes,” 1918
“For Positive Policies,” 1933
“George Record,” Nov., 1933
“Hoover and Power,” 1931
“Hoover and the Big Lift,” 1928
“I'm Against Union Now,” 1941
In Lincoln's style (unfinished), Feb., 1941
Keep out of war, 1917
Miscellaneous, 1917-1939
(4 folders)
BOX 135 “New Patriotism for Old,” 1916-1919
“Panic of 1929,” 1928-1930
(2 folders)
BOX 136 Polity,1933
“Relief: 1931 Style”
“The Sanity of the Law,” background material, 1905-1929
(3 folders)
Corcoran, Thomas G., 1939
“Two Revolts against Oligarchy,” 1910
Union Now, 1934-1941
Wagner Health Bill, 1939
BOX 137 Walter Lippman, 1933
“Why People Freeze,” 1918
“Why Trout Have Red Spots,” fable, 1939
Miscellaneous
Lists
Letters received and subjects, 1935-1942
Letters regarding Pinchot's open letters, undated
Letters to Franklin D. Roosevelt, 1937-1941
Subjects for letters, 1942
Unfinished letter, undated
Notebooks, diaries, papers and photographs, 1897-1944, undated
(1 folder)
BOX 138 (1 folder)
Notes
How to balance the federal budget, 1937
Black, Hugo, and the Ku Klux Klan, 1937-1940
Coffin flags, 1940
Roosevelt, Franklin D., and Wendell L. Wilkie, 1940
BOX 139 May Bill, 1938
Miscellaneous, 1930, undated
“New Notes,” 1921-1926
Proposed book on concentration of wealth, 1914-1937, undated
BOX 140 Unfinished articles, 1912, 1921-1923,undated
Play, “General Goober at the Battle of Anacostia,” 1932
Remarks
International tie-up, July, 1941
Lippman, Walter, and the war debt, 1931-1933
Roosevelt, Franklin D., 1941
(2 folders)
Review of The Public Pays by Ernest Gruening, 1932
Book, militarism and pacifism, unpublished, 1921, undated
BOX 141 Notebooks
Ballinger, Richard A., case, 1928
Progress Campaign of 1912
(2 folders)
Roosevelt, Theodore (1858-1919) 1927-1928
(2 folders)
BOX 142 Economics, 1928
Introductory chapter, 1928-1936
Quotations, 1917, undated
Reconstruction, 1927-1930
BOX 143 Progressive Party, 1912
(2 folders)
Oil
1931-1934
(3 folders)
BOX 144 1935-1936
(3 folders)
Steel, 1930-1936
(2 folders)
Miscellaneous, 1930-1936
BOX 145 Printed articles and speeches
Set A, circa 1910-circa 1920
B-N
(36 folders)
BOX 146 P-W
(30 folders)
BOX 147 W
(26 folders)
BOX 148 Set B, circa 1917-circa 1929
C-N
(24 folders)
BOX 149 R-Y
(12 folders)
Set C, circa 1915-circa 1941
B-E
(13 folders)
BOX 150 F-L
(27 folders)
BOX 151 L-R
(32 folders)
BOX 152 R-W
(25 folders)
BOX 153-170 Printed Matter, 1910-1945
Newspaper clippings, articles, and other printed material. Organized in four sets.
Arranged mainly by topic.
BOX 153 Set A, newspaper clippings
A-E, 1937-1942
(18 folders)
BOX 154 F-I, free speech clippings, 1937-1942
(17 folders)
BOX 155 J-P, 1935-1942
(25 folders)
BOX 156 P-R, Franklin D. Roosevelt speeches, 1935-1942
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