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Part I: Robert M. La Follette, Jr., Papers, 1895-1960 (continued)
Speeches and Writings File, 1921-1948 (continued)
Progressive, 1925-1948 (continued)
BOX I:C603 General, 1929-1930, 1941-1946
(17 folders)
Copies containing articles by La Follette, Jr.
1929-1930
(2 folders)
BOX I:C604 1930-1932, 1940-1942
(5 folders)
BOX I:C605 1943-1946
(4 folders)
Bound volumes
La Follette's Magazine and Progressive, 1925-1932 See Oversize
Progressive
1933-1944 See Oversize
BOX I:C606 1948
BOX I:C607-C622 Subject File, 1946-1953
Correspondence, memoranda, and printed matter concerning La Follette, Jr.'s activities after his retirement from the Senate.
Arranged alphabetically by subject and chronologically thereunder.
BOX I:C607 American-Hawaiian Steamship Co.
Board meetings, 1949-1951
(3 folders)
Expenses, 1947-1951
(2 folders)
Farley, Edward P., 1948
General
1947-1948
BOX I:C608 1949-1951
(3 folders)
Americans for Democratic Action, 1948
BOX I:C609 Annual Survey of American Law, dedication to La Follette, Jr., 1946
Autographed photographs requested by La Follette, Jr., 1947
Citizens Committee for the Hoover Report, 1949-1950
Citizens Committee for Reorganization of the Government
Aiken Committee, 1948
General correspondence, 1946-1952
Collier's magazine
General correspondence, 1946-1947
La Follette, Robert M., Jr., article, “Turn the Light on Communism” (Feb. 8, 1947), 1947-1950
BOX I:C610 Departmental matters, 1947-1951
European Economic Cooperation Committee, 1947
Evrard, Ray, Liebmann Packing Co., 1947
Foreign Aid, President's Committee on, 1947
General
(4 folders)
BOX I:C611 (6 folders)
BOX I:C612 Reports
(4 folders)
BOX I:C613 (1 folder)
Hall of Fame, New York University, New York, N.Y., 1949-1950
Hoover Commission on Organization of the Executive Branch of the Government
General, 1948-1950
Photocopies of correspondence, 1948
Aug.-Sept. 27
(3 folders)
BOX I:C614 Sept. 28-Oct. 30
(6 folders)
BOX I:C615 Invitations, 1947
Accepted
Pending
Iron Curtain Refugee Campaign, 1951
Kefauver, Estes, book about congressional reorganization, 1947
Library of Congress, 1946-1951
Marshall Plan
General
Jobs wanted, 1947-1948
Testimony, 1948
BOX I:C616 New York Times, article by La Follette, Jr., “Some Lobbies Are Good” (May 16, 1948), 1948-1952
Organizations joined, 1947-1948
Political correspondence, 1946-1947
Progressive
General correspondence, 1947-1948
Subscribers, 1947
Railroads, Stettinius Committee, 1947
Recommendations given, 1946-1949
Refugees Defense Committee, 1947-1948
Republican National Committee, 1949
Salutations for senators list, 1947
BOX I:C617 Sears, Roebuck and Co.
1947
General
Public relations
1947-1948
Decentralization
Wood, Robert E., correspondence
1947-1949, general
1948, rural health movie
BOX I:C618 1949
Foundation
Wood, Robert E., correspondence
1949-1950, Committee on Economic Education for Employees
1950
General
Committee on Economic Education for Employees
Foundation
BOX I:C619 1951
General
Board of directors
Foundation
“Story of Sears”
(2 folders)
BOX I:C620 (2 folders)
1952
General
Board of Directors
Foundation
BOX I:C621 Public relations
Rosenwald Claim Committee, 1951-1952
Simpson Sears, Ltd., Toronto
“Story of Sears”
(2 folders)
Trips
Brazil
Pacific coast
Wood, Robert E., correspondence
BOX I:C622 1953
General
Board of directors
Foundation
Peru, taxation
Profit sharing
Public relations
“Story of Sears”
Wood, Robert E., correspondence
Trip to Central America, 1947
Twentieth Century Fund, 1949-1950
Young, Owen D., 1947-1948
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