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Political File, 1947-1984 (continued)
Journal notes (memoranda for the file) See also Containers 51 and 62, Campaign journal
Political campaign notes
Press releases, Mar. 1948-Oct. 1958
(3 folders)
BOX 100 Speeches
Account book (work log)
Manuscript drafts and typescripts
Mar., Princeton University, Princeton, N.J.
24 May, Federated Women's Club, Philadelphia, Pa.
(2 folders)
5 June, "Hooray for America," convocation address, Columbia University, New York, N.Y.
Sept., Paul H. Douglas senatorial campaign, Bloomington, Ill.
BOX 101 Oct., Cooper Union, New York, N.Y.
Undated, bipartisan speech
22 Mar. 1955, Volunteers for Daley, Chicago, Ill.
[Sept.?], Little Rock, Ark.
Dec., American Civil Liberties Union
July, "Suggestions for a General Theme"
30 Sept., Los Angeles, Calif.
18 Oct., Democratic rally, Milwaukee, Wis.
1 Nov., Democratic rally, Minneapolis, Minn.
2 Nov., Oakland, Calif.
Undated, Morrison Hotel speech
Jan.-Oct. 1958
BOX 102 Undated
Printed copies and transcripts, Nov. 1947-Sept.1958
Statements, Sept. 1949-Oct. 1958, undated
Stevenson, Adlai E. (1930- )
Correspondence, Feb. 1971-Feb. 1976, undated
Press releases, Jan. 1974-May 1978
Research material (United States Senate)
Manuscript drafts and typescripts, 1972-1976
Notes, 1974-1976
BOX 103-315 Speech, Article, and Book File, 1938-1986
BOX 103-207 Article File, 1938-1984
Correspondence, manuscript drafts, research material, outlines, editorial material, photographs, printed matter, and miscellaneous items and enclosures relating to Martin's published and unpublished articles, book reviews, editorials, and research projects.
Organized by type of material. Articles and editorials are chronologically arranged by publication date, while unpublished articles and research projects are arranged by the date of the manuscript draft or project. Book reviews are arranged alphabetically by the name of the author whose book is being reviewed.
BOX 103 Advertisement, "Blueprint for a Winner," by Philip Wrigley (written by Martin), 1960
18 May 1939, "The Return from Manila," Ken
May 1939, Bartholomew-Harrell murder case, Actual Detective Stories
Nov. 1939, "Don't Call My Boy a Murderer," Actual Detective Stories
Feb. 1940-Nov. 1941, "Blasting the Mollies Reign of Terror," Official Detective Stories (eleven-part series)
July 1940, "The Cards They Say Love--and Death," Actual Detective Stories
Jan. 1941, "Bombing Himself into $20,000," Official Detective Stories
Feb. 1941, "This Was My Boy Johnnie," Official Detective Stories (pseudonym H. L. Spade)
Mar. 1942, "Heroes of the Crime Laboratory," Official Detective Stories
BOX 104 Apr. 1942, "He Couldn't Take Cats with Him," Official Detective Stories
June 1942,"Set a Woman to Catch a Woman," Actual Detective Stories
Apr. 1943, "The Making of a Nazi Saboteur," Harper's
Correspondence, Dec. 1942-Sept. 1943
Manuscript draft
Printed copy
Research notes
May 1943, "Don't Go Trout Fishing," Outdoor Life
June 1943, "The Black Hand's Got the Ranieri Boy," Official Detective Stories (pseudonym H. L. Spade)
July 1943, "Rocky Road to Smallmouths," Outdoor Life
Sept. 1943, "The Polkadot Gang," Harper's
Correspondence, July-Sept. 1943, undated
Manuscript drafts
Printed copy
Research notes
Dec. 1943, "Master of the Murder Castle," Harper's
Correspondence, Sept. 1943-Oct. 1944
Manuscript drafts
First draft
BOX 105 Final draft
Printed copy
Apr. 1944
"The Great Gold Conspiracy," Harper's
"Heroes of the Inland Seas," Esquire
May 1944, "A New Attack on Delinquency," Harper's
Correspondence, Dec. 1943-Mar. 1944, undated
Manuscript drafts
Printed copy
Research notes
June 1944, "Who Killed Estelle Carey?" Harper's
July 1944, "Is Muncie Still Middletown?" Harper's
Correspondence, May 1939-Sept. 1944
Manuscript draft
BOX 106 Printed copy
Research notes
Sept. 1944, "Beauty and the Beast," Harper's
Manuscript draft
Research notes
Oct. 1944, "Colonel McCormick of the Tribune," Harper's
Correspondence, June-Oct. 1944, undated
Manuscript draft
(2 folders)
Printed copy
Research notes
BOX 107 Nov. 1944, "$5,000 to Break a $1,000,000 Ring," Official Detective Stories (pseudonym H. L. Spade)
Aug. 1945, "Today We Take Up Your Ally, Russia," Harper's
Correspondence, Mar.-June 1945
Manuscript draft
Printed copy
Research notes
Oct. 1945, "A Rabbit Running," Outdoor Life
Nov. 1945, "Anything Bothering You, Soldier?" Harper's
May 1946, "Peekaboo Pennington, Private Eye," Harper's
Correspondence, Jan.-Apr. 1946, undated
Manuscript draft
Printed copy
Research notes
Aug. 1946, "Middletown Revisited," Harper's
Correspondence, May-Nov. 1946
Manuscript drafts
First draft
Revised draft
Printed copy
BOX 108 Research notes
(2 folders)
Sept. 1946, "Murder of a Journalist," Harper's
Correspondence, Mar.-July 1946, undated
Manuscript draft
Printed copy
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