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Ambassador to Italy, 1953-1961 (continued)
Subject File, 1953-1961 (continued)
BOX 644 General correspondence and records, 1953-1954
Household expenses, 1953-1954
Miscellaneous receipts--accounts, 1953-1955
Monthly statements of personal funds, 1953-1954
Petty cash reports, 1953-1954
Household operations, 1953-1955
(2 folders)
Lists, undated
Miscellany, 1955-1956
People in Italy, 1953-1956
Private chapel at embassy, Papal sanction, 1953
BOX 645-649 Ambassador to Brazil, 1959
Clippings, correspondence, and subject files.
Arranged alphabetically.
BOX 645 Clippings
American and Brazilian press with Time, Inc. translations, 1959
(8 folders)
BOX 646 (9 folders)
BOX 647 (5 folders)
Correspondence, 1959
Briggs, William T.
Draft letters
Eisenhower, Dwight D., Luce's resignation
Letters of acceptance and resignation, statements to the press
Luce, Henry Robinson
BOX 648 Members of Congress
Miscellaneous
Personnel, social staff
Sampling of letters received upon resignation
State Department, including embassy in Rio de Janeiro
Time, Inc., staff
Wallner, Woodruff
Subject file
"Anti-Morse reports" [Wayne Morse]
(2 folders)
"Full resume of episode: Luce v. Morse"
Luncheon (canceled)
Memoranda of conversations
BOX 649 Miscellany
Political cartoons See also Oversize
Radio reports
Senate Foreign Relations Committee, hearings
Special press reports
State Department reports
BOX 649-651 President's Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board, 1974-1987
Correspondence, memoranda, notes, and discussion papers.
Arranged chronologically with one additional folder of Paul Seabury cartoons.
BOX 649 Correspondence, memoranda, notes, and reports
1974-1977
1980, essay on abolition of board
1981
BOX 650 1981-1982 See also Classified
(8 folders)
BOX 651 1983-1987, undated See also Classified
(7 folders)
Seabury, Paul, cartoons
BOX 652-689 Speech File, 1932-1987
BOX 652-667 Office File, 1941-1987
Lecture bureau and agency records, appointment records, itineraries, lists of invitations declined and accepted, programs, audience questions, requests, and partial indexes of audiences addressed and states in which lectures were delivered.
Arranged alphabetically and therein chronologically.
BOX 652 Agencies and legal records
Correspondence and memoranda, 1941-1942
(2 folders)
Columbia Lecture Bureau
Agreements, 1941
Erstein, Richard, 1941
Giesen, Edna, 1950-1951
Scott, Isabel, 1940-1941
Wallace, Mary Jo, 1941
Conference Speakers International, 1981-1985
(2 folders)
Cosby Bureau International, 1986-1987
Engagements
American Academy of Achievement, 1985-1987
Annual Award Dinner, Stritch School of Medicine, Loyola University, Chicago, Ill., 1963
Arizona State University, Phoenix, Ariz., videotaped lectures, 1969
BOX 653 Dallas Council on World Affairs, Dallas, Tex., 1956-1957
Press Club, San Francisco, Calif., 1984
Strom Thurmond Institute, Clemson University, Clemson, S.C., 1984
Washington Times World Media Conference, 1984
Itineraries, schedules
1940-1947
(10 folders)
BOX 654 1948-1950, 1984, undated
(7 folders)
Lists
Speaking invitations declined, 1940-1943, 1957-1965
(2 folders)
Speeches given, 1940-1944, 1953-1961, 1969-1984
Programs, 1940-1950, undated
Questions asked by audiences, circa 1945
BOX 655 Requests
Correspondence
1940-1943
(5 folders)
BOX 656 1943
(10 folders)
BOX 657 1943-1944
(9 folders)
BOX 658 1944-1945
(6 folders)
BOX 659 1946
(10 folders)
BOX 660 (10 folders)
BOX 661 1947
(7 folders)
BOX 662 (8 folders)
BOX 663 1951-1959, 1974-1987
(8 folders)
BOX 664 Indexes
Speaking engagements, 1943-1949
A-H
BOX 665 I-P
BOX 666 Q-Z
BOX 667 States, miscellany
BOX 668-698 Texts, 1932-1987
Drafts, final texts, and an occasional printed version of speeches and remarks written by Luce or by her consultants or assistants. Some include editorial remarks by Henry Robinson Luce and others.
Arranged chronologically.
BOX 668 circa 1932
"Notes for the Address to the Young Men and Women"
"Second Address to the Young Men"
1937, Apr. 24, Women's University Club
1938, Apr. 27, Professional Women's Club, Stamford, Conn.
circa 1938, Pen Club
1940
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