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Literary File, 1919-1987 (continued)
Texts, 1919-1987 (continued)
Articles, Essays, Reviews, and Commentary, 1928-1986 (continued)
BOX 312 "Victory Is a Woman," Woman's Home Companion, Nov. 1943
[Vietnam], unidentified clipping, New York Herald Tribune syndicate, Aug. 16, 1964
"Vietnam: The Hidden Issue," American Views, 1976
"Vote for Roosevelt or Dewey? Dewey," Negro Digest, Oct. 1944
"Wallace's Appeal Termed Republicans' Death-Knell," Wall Street Journal, June 9, 1975; reprint, State-Times, Baton Rouge, La., July 2 1975
[War effort], Hartford Courant, 1943
"War, Peace, and Leaders," [ New York Times?], circa 1932
"We Race to the Moon--Why Not to the Ocean Floor?" New York Journal American, July 7, 1963
"What American Soldiers Should Know about China," June 1, 1944
"What Are American Women Thinking About the War?" Daily Mail, circa 1940
"What Did He Really Say?" Arizona Republic, May 21, 1961
"What Good Friday Means to Me," New York Times Herald, 1946
"What I Like about Women," This Week Magazine, Aug. 31, 1941
"What Men Don't Know about Women," for McCall's, Feb. 29, 1972
"What One Woman Can Do," [May-ling Soong Chiang], This Week Magazine, July 26, 1942
"What Price Automobiles?" 1963
"What Price the Philippines?" Vogue, Jan. 1, 1942
"What Really Killed Marilyn Monroe? The Love Goddess Who Never Found Any Love," Life, Aug. 7, 1964; reprint, Reader's Digest, 1970
"What the Cold War Really Is," The Sign, June 1949; "What the Cold War Really Means," The Sign, June 1971
"What Will Happen in the 1944 National Elections?" Look, 1943
"Whatever Happened to the American Century?" Strategic Review, Winter 1976
"What's Happening to American Values? A Conversation with Clare Boothe Luce," U.S. News and World Report, June 24, 1976
"What's Right with America?" National Enquirer, 1974
"When Leading Americans Peer Into the Future . . . `If Present Social Trends Continue, Democracy Is Bound to Collapse'" U.S. News and World Report, July 5, 1976
"The White Magic of Tony Duquette," Architectural Digest, Jan./Feb. 1972
"Who's Baby Is 'Oo?" circa 1934
"Who's Zoo Is Asia," for Leonard Lyons guest column, circa 1943
"Why I Am a Republican," Campaign News, Women's National Republican Club, Sept. 1956
"Why Study Latin? Connecticut Leaders Reply," The Connecticut Classical Association, circa 1950s
"Why the Chinese Fight," The China Monthly, 1943
"Why Tokyo Is Not in Ruins," CBL and Henry Reilly, New York Sun, 1942
"Why We Don't Like People," circa 1934
"Why We Should Elect Eisenhower," The Loomis Log, Sept. 26, 1952
"Will It Take the Wringer of Depression to Halt Raids on Treasury?" Honolulu Advertiser, June 22, 1978; reprint "Depression Needed?" Manchester New Hampshire Union Leader, Aug. 3, 1978
BOX 313 "Wings Over China," Life, Sept. 8, 1941
"Wings Over Majorca," circa 1934
"Without Portfolio" ( McCall's magazine columns)
(4 folders)
BOX 314 1964-1967
(3 folders)
Correspondence, 1959, 1966-1968
Drafts, 1963-1967, undated
Index, 1960-1966
"Language Question," drafts and notes, 1965
Press commentary, 1960
Research, 1963, undated
"Woman: A Technological Castaway," 1973 Britannica Book of the Year.
"Woman's Place on the Payroll: 15,000,000 Women Want Peacetime Jobs; Does This Mean You?" American Weekly, Nov. 25, 1945
[Women], essay fragments, circa 1945-1950
"Women and Success," Bulletin of the Baldwin School, Sept. 1974; reprint, Reader's Digest, Apr. 1975
[Women and the war effort], Maryland Club Woman, 1944
"Women at the Peace Table," circa 1945
"Women Can Win the Peace," Chatelaine, Feb. 1944
BOX 315 [Women in politics], New York Journal American, 1944
[World food supply], June 1975
"The World War--Freedom or Slavery?" Daily Mail, 1942
"The World We Want to Live In," for the National Conference of Christians and Jews, circa 1942
"Your Letters May Win the Peace," Look, Nov. 23, 1948
"Youth's Crime: Some Notes on the Subject of William Pitt," New York American, Aug. 3, 1934
BOX 315 Journals and Notebooks, circa 1944-1970
Jottings of ideas for articles, books, and plays with notes on quotations and sources.
Arranged chronologically.
BOX 315 circa 1944, 1949, 1957-1970s, undated
(7 folders)
BOX 315 Memoirs, 1935-circa 1960
Manuscript of an incomplete unpublished memoir, a notebook concerning Luce's ambassadorship to Italy, and other notes.
Arranged alphabetically by title or type of material and therein chronologically.
BOX 315 "Autobiography and Reno Notes," 1935
"Draft chapters for autobiography" [Catholic essays and notes], circa 1960s
(4 folders)
"Leaves from the Ambassador's Notebook," 1953
Miscellaneous notes, circa 1944, undated
BOX 316-321 Nonfiction Books, Pamphlets, and Proposals, 1940-1977
Clippings, drafts, pageproofs, outlines, notes, and proposals.
Arranged alphabetically by title and therein chronologically.
BOX 316 [Catholicism: proposed essays by chapter], circa 1950
"Rome 1940"
"Rome 1949"
"The Real Reason"
"Saving the White Man's Soul"
"St. Francis Xavier--Then and Now"
"China in the Spring"
Bibliography, 1949
Chapter lists, notes, 1941
Introduction, sample chapters, 1941
Europe in the Spring. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1940
First edition
(2 folders)
BOX 317 (9 folders)
BOX 318 (10 folders)
BOX 319 Second and third editions, corrections
"The Image of Woman in the American Drama," outline and notes, circa 1970
"The Playwright in the Pew," chapter outline, undated
"Reflections on the Just War," chapter outlines, 1977
"The Roots of Woman, prospectus" for a six-hour television documentary/ mini-series, 1977
Saints for Now, edited by Luce with introduction. New York and London: Sheed and Ward, 1952
Drafts and notes
(5 folders)
Saving the White Man's Soul. Huntington, Ind.: Our Sunday Vision Press, circa 1949
BOX 320 Twilight of God. Henry Regnery Co., Human Affairs pamphlet, 1949 (drafts variously titled: "Christianity and the Red Religion," and "Christianity in the Atomic Age"; with chapter titles: "Is the U.S.A. a Christian Nation?", "How Anti-Religious Is Russia?", "Christianity or Totalitarianism?", "Must We Have a Holy War with Russia?")
(10 folders)
BOX 321 The Valor of Homer Lea. New York and London: Harper & Brothers, 1942. For additional material see Container 300, "Ever Hear of Homer Lea?" and Container 327, "General Homer Lea"
"The Wasp and the Tarantula: A Footnote on Drama and History"
Drafts, 1962
Informal address, Taliesen West, Ariz., 1963
Notes, 1962
BOX 321-325 Novels and Short Stories, 1919-1964
Clippings, drafts, outlines, and notes.
Arranged alphabetically by title and therein chronologically.
BOX 321 "Al the Advertising Man," partial draft, undated
"Balmy Bea," 1961
BOX 322 "The Double Bind," circa 1960
(2 folders)
"Joan's Third Party," partial draft, circa 1932
"The Little Dip," circa 1960
"The Long Retreat," outline, undated
"The Long Snorkel," Sports Illustrated, May 22, 1961; reprinted in Skin Diver Magazine, June 1962
(12 folders)
"The Mephistophelean Curl," circa 1919
"Mr. and Mrs. Squibb," circa 1930
"Money Isn't Everything," 1928[?]
"No Good Deed Goes Unpunished," circa 1960
"Portrait of a Fashionable Painter," Vanity Fair, Feb. 1931
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