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Joseph Alsop and Stewart Alsop papers, 1699-1989

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BOX 22-31 Part I: Special Correspondence, 1946-1963
Letters concerning the "Matter of Fact" newspaper column and the Saturday Evening Post. "Matter of Fact" correspondence is separated into correspondence with publishers and correspondence with readers and therein alphabetically by name of person or organization.
Saturday Evening Post correspondence is arranged chronologically.
BOX 22 "Matter of Fact" column, 1946-1956
(5 folders)
BOX 23 I-Y
(5 folders)
BOX 24 Readers
(7 folders)
BOX 25 L-Y
(7 folders)
BOX 26 Saturday Evening Post
1946, Apr.-1949, May
(8 folders)
BOX 27 1949, June-1952, Dec.
(6 folders)
BOX 28 1953, Jan.-1957, Apr.
(6 folders)
BOX 29 1957, May-1959, Sept.
(6 folders)
BOX 30 1959, Nov.-1961, Dec.
(7 folders)
BOX 31 1962, Jan.-1963, Dec.
(6 folders)
BOX 32-34 Part I: Early Office File, 1932-1941
Correspondence, notes, notebooks, memoranda, reports, statements, newspaper clippings, and printed matter.
Arranged alphabetically by name of person or by subject.
BOX 32 "B" miscellaneous, 1937-1941
Defense, 1939-1941
Downey, Sheridan, 1939 See also Container 37, same title
"D-E" miscellaneous, 1938-1948
(2 folders)
Farley, James A., 1938 See also Container 35, "Farley and the Future"
Farm policy, 1936-1938
Frankfurter, Felix, 1932, 1938-1940, 1945
"F" miscellaneous, 1939-1940
General memoranda, 1940-1941
(3 folders)
Glavis v. Time, 1936-1941
"G" miscellaneous, 1938-1940
BOX 33 "H-I" miscellaneous, 1936-1941
(2 folders)
James True Associates, 1938
"J-K" miscellaneous, 1938-1941
(2 folders)
Life, 1938-1940
"L" miscellaneous, 1938-1941
Monopoly investigation, 1939
"M" miscellaneous, 1938-1941
New York Herald Tribune, 1940-1941
(2 folders)
"N-O" miscellaneous, 1938-1940
(2 folders)
BOX 34 Saturday Evening Post, 1938-1941
(4 folders)
Securities and Exchange Commission
Simon and Schuster, 1940
Social Security, 1939
Social Security for staff, 1936-1941
"Splending" program of the Works Financing Act, 1939
"S" miscellaneous, 1938-1940
Taxes, 1933-1939
"V" miscellaneous, 1939
"Z" miscellaneous, 1938
BOX 35-56 Part I: Article, Book and Speech File, 1937-1963
Drafts, galley proofs, and related material concerning articles, books, and speeches by the Alsops, including correspondence, notes, notebooks, transcripts of interviews, and newspaper clippings.
Arranged alphabetically by type of writing and therein by author, title, and type of material or name of magazine in which the writing appeared.
BOX 35 Articles
Atlantic Monthly
1941, "Wanted: A Faith to Fight for"
1947, "Last Chance"
1952, "Strange Case of Louis Budenz"
1953, "Academic Freedom"
Collier's, "How to Make Peace at the Pentagon," 1956
(2 folders)
Coronet, "Decline and Fall of the United States," 1948
Horizon, "The Future of American Foreign Policy," 1947
Ladies Home Journal, Nelson A. Rockefeller, 1959
"Farley and the Future"
BOX 36 "Ickes, A Man of Wrath"
1939, "Nature's Senator"
1940, "The Speaker's Lot Is Not a Happy One"
Taft, Robert A., and Arthur H. Vandenberg
"Tragedy of American Liberalism"
Literaturnaya Gazeta, "Peaceful Co-Existence," 1956
Mondral Presse, a Communist bureaucrat, circa 1957
New Republic, "The Liberals and Russia, 1946
New Yorker, "Evening Among Ruins," 1948
News of the World, various short articles, 1947
Reader's Digest
1954, "Why I Stopped Smoking"
1958, "Richard Nixon: The Mystery and the Man"
Saturday Evening Post
1937, "Our Biggest Business, Relief"
BOX 37 1938
Byrnes, James
New Deal
(2 folders)
Stock Exchange
"Washington Over Wall Street"
(2 folders)
Arnold, Thurman
Downey, Sheridan
BOX 38 Guffey, Joseph F.
(2 folders)
1940, "Third Term"
"Why We Changed Policy in Germany"
"Your Flesh Should Creep"
"Are We Ready for a Push Button War?"
"If Russia Grabs Europe"
"We Must Import to Live"
"Will the CIO Shake the Communists Loose?"
BOX 39 1948
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