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Joseph Alsop and Stewart Alsop papers, 1699-1989

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Part I: Article, Book and Speech File, 1937-1963 (continued)
"What Must the GOP Do to Win?"
"Can We Defend Against Russia's A-Bomb?"
"The Man Ike Trusts with Cash"
"Is This Our Last Chance for Peace?"
"Can FDR Jr. Get His Father's Job?"
China and the Korean War
"Strange Death of Louis Slotin"
BOX 42 "Will China Stay Red?"
"The Dreadful Dilemma of the Democrats"
"He Sparked a Revolution"
"That Washington Security Curtain"
"The Tiger Who Looks Like a Banker"
"What We Must Do To Stay Free"
BOX 43 1956
"Barnum of the GOP"
"My Adventures in Eating"
"The Race We Are Losing to Russia"
"The Red's New Gimmick"
"The Soviet Union Will Never Recover"
BOX 44 "Those Smug, Smug Russians"
"Why Do I Keep the Damned Place?"
"Why Israel Will Survive"
"America's Oldest Spectacular"
(2 folders)
BOX 45 "The GOP Must Reform"
"How Can We Catch Up?"
"How the King Foiled the Plotters"
"How They Meet Payrolls in Russia"
"I Discover the American People"
"I Found Out What Supersonic Means"
BOX 46 "Just What Is Modern Republicanism?"
"Khrushchev Has His Troubles, Too" See also same container, 1958, "Behind Khrushchev's Smile"
(3 folders)
"Lament for a Long Gone Past"
"The Paradox of Gentleman Joe"
"Behind Khrushchev's Smile" See also same container, 1957, "Khrushchev Has His Troubles, Too"
BOX 47 Harriman-Rockefeller race for governor of New York
"Richard Nixon: The Mystery and the Man," including interviews and a copy of Nixon's 1934 Whittier College, Whittier, Calif., yearbook
(7 folders)
"Time Is Running Out on Us"
BOX 48 1959
Democratic candidates
Rockefeller, Nelson A.
(4 folders)
"What's Wrong with the State Department?"
"Will Communist China Explode?"
1963, "Nixon and Goldwater in 1964"
U.S. News and World Report, J. Robert Oppenheimer, 1954 (also published in Harper's)
(3 folders)
BOX 49 Vision, "Fin Del Hombre?" 1953
"How It Feels to Look Like Everybody Else"
"New Parties"
1940, "First Soldier" (George C. Marshall)
"The Coming Constitutional Crisis"
"This Is the Way the World Ends"
1948, relationship between businessmen and government under "President" Thomas E. Dewey
1953, Far East
1953-1954, "How Many Bombs Have the Russians Got?"
BOX 50 Books
Alsop, Joseph
The 168 Days, with Turner Catledge, 1938
(5 folders)
BOX 51 (4 folders)
BOX 52 (4 folders)
BOX 53 Drafts and notes
(4 folders)
American White Paper, with Robert Kintner, drafts, 1940
(2 folders)
BOX 54 (1 folder)
"The Revolution in Warfare," with Ralph Lapp, 1953
(3 folders)
BOX 55 Drafts and outlines
(6 folders)
BOX 56 Reference material and notations
(2 folders)
Alsop, Stewart, Nixon & Rockefeller: A Double Portrait, 1960
Speeches by Joseph Alsop
"American Policy in China"
"Struggle for Civilization," Nieman Fellows, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass.
1954, "Thinking Ahead, Business and Government," Harvard Business School, Cambridge, Mass.
1955, "Conservatism," National Business Conference, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass.
BOX 57-58 Part I: Travel File, 1947-1961
Travel files of Stewart Alsop, including notes, notebooks, itineraries, telegrams, letters sent and received, lists, and bills and receipts.
Arranged chronologically by year and thereunder by destination.
BOX 57 1947, Middle East
1948, Europe and Great Britain
1949, Far East
1953, England, France, Germany, and Gibraltar
1955, Austria, England, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, the USSR, and Yugoslavia
(3 folders)
1959, Eastern Europe
1960, Africa
(2 folders)
BOX 58 (2 folders)
1961, Eastern Europe, Great Britain, and the USSR
(3 folders)
BOX 59-63 Part I: Financial File, 1937-1961
Financial records of Joseph Alsop, including letters sent and received, checkbook stubs and canceled checks, leases, construction plans for a house, and miscellaneous material.
Arranged alphabetically by subject or type of material and therein by year or group of years.
BOX 59 Bank statements
BOX 60 1940
Car file, Cadillac, 1949-1950
Checkbook stubs, 1938-1940
BOX 61 Correspondence with tradespeople
Set I, 1945-1953
(3 folders)
Set II, 1954-1956
(2 folders)
BOX 62 Set III, 1956-1961
(3 folders)
House, 2720 Dumbarton Ave., NW, Washington, D.C.
Original construction, 1948-1949
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