The Papers of Wilbur Hugh Ferry at Dartmouth CollegeWMAN ML-21

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Creator: Ferry, Wilbur Hugh
Title Remainder: Papers. 1954-1969
Dates: 1954-1969
Identification: ML-21





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INVENTORY

THE PAPERS OF

WILBUR HUGH FERRY

BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

WILBUR HUGH FERRY, 1910 -

1910 Born in Detroit, Michigan, the Son of Joseph and Fay (Rutson) Ferry
1932 Received AB Degree from Dartmouth College
1932-1933 Instructor at Choate School
1933-1935 Newspaper Man
1936 Director of Publicity for Eastern Air Lines
1937 Married Jolyne Marie Gillier - Divorced in 1972
1937-1941 Newspaper Man
1940-1944 Consultant for the International Labor Organization
1942-1944 Chief Investigator in New Hampshire for the Office of Price Administration
1944 Director of Public Relations for the Congress of Industrial Organizations
1945 Member of the USAF Strategic Bombing Survey, SW Pacific Area
1945-1954 Partner in the Firm of Earl Newsom & Company
1954-1969 Vice President of the Fund for the Republic and Staff Director of the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions
1959 Author of The Corporation and the Economy
1961 Author of The Economy Under Law
1962 Author of Caught on the Horn of Plenty
1963 Author of What Price Peace
1966 Author of Masscomm as Educator
1967 Author of Farewell to Integration
1967 Author of Tonic and Toxic Technology
1969 Author of The Police State is Here
1969- Consultant
1973 Married Carol Bernstein, Widow of Daniel Bernstein

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The Papers of

Wilbur Hugh Ferry, 1910 -

INTRODUCTION

The papers of Wilbur Hugh Ferry came to the Dartmouth College Library as a gift from him in 1975. An alumnus of Dartmouth, Class of '32, WHF was born in Detroit, Michigan, in 1910, the son of Joseph and Fay (Rutson) Ferry.

The papers cover chiefly the period of 1954-1969 when he was Vice President of the Fund for the Republic and Staff Director of its Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, in Santa Barbara, California. Consisting primarily of articles, speeches, and correspondence, they are housed in 13 boxes using 16½ linear shelf feet. One of the boxes contains material relating to the termination of Mr. Ferry's connection with the Fund for the Republic and another pertains to his later affiliation with the Daniel J. Bernstein Foundation as Consultant. Also filling a box are letters to WHF from Father Thomas Merton, Trappist Monk at the Abbey of Gethsemani, along with some of his articles, poetry, and other writings.

The material contained in boxes 14-17 was received from Mr. Ferry in June 1976 and is not included in the above description.

In June 1978 the Dartmouth College Library received additional correspondence from WHF and it is located in boxes 18 and 19.

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BOX 1

Correspondence



FOLDER 1.

A



FOLDER 2.

Airwest



FOLDER 3.

Amnesty



FOLDER 4.

Arab-Israeli Research



FOLDER 5.

Armstrong, Eunice



FOLDER 6.

Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies



FOLDER 7.

B



FOLDER 8.

Bachle, Bill



FOLDER 9.

Bader, Ernest



FOLDER 10.

Baratz, Stephen



FOLDER 11.

Berea College



FOLDER 12.

Berrigan, Daniel



FOLDER 13.

Bilski, Nanine



FOLDER 14.

Black Scholar



FOLDER 15.

Black Students' Union



FOLDER 16.

Black Studies



FOLDER 17.

Blacks



FOLDER 18.

Boggs, James and Grace



FOLDER 19.

Bowen, Robert T.



FOLDER 20.

C



FOLDER 21.

Caldera, Donald L.



FOLDER 22.

Cameron, Angus



FOLDER 23.

Campbell, Lord



BOX 2

FOLDER 1.

Carlow College



FOLDER 2.

Carlson, Chester F.



FOLDER 3.

Central Washington State College



FOLDER 4.

Chase, Pearl



FOLDER 5.

Chico State College



FOLDER 6.

Christmas



FOLDER 7.

Churchill, Mae



FOLDER 8.

Citizens League Against the Sonic Boom



FOLDER 9.

Civil Liberties Legal Defense



FOLDER 10.

Clippings



FOLDER 11.

Coffin, Tristram



FOLDER 12.

D



FOLDER 13.

Dai Dong (Community of Man)



FOLDER 14.

Davis, Jeffrey



FOLDER 15.

Devereux, Don



FOLDER 16.

E



FOLDER 17.

El Capitan Ranch and El Mirasol Investment Company



FOLDER 18.

F



FOLDER 19.

Ferry, W. H., Consultant



FOLDER 20.

Ferry, W. H., Personal



FOLDER 21.

Ferry, W. H., Personal



FOLDER 22.

Ferry, W. H., Personal



FOLDER 23.

Ferry, W. H., Personal



FOLDER 24.

Ferry, W. H., Personal, FFR



BOX 3

FOLDER 1.

Forest, James - Emmaus



FOLDER 2.

Fromkin, David



FOLDER 3.

G



FOLDER 4.

Ghost Ranch, New Mexico



FOLDER 5.

Gillier, Mimi



FOLDER 6.

Gossett, William



FOLDER 7.

H



FOLDER 8.

Harding, Vincent



FOLDER 9.

Heilbroner, Robert L.



FOLDER 10.

Heisler & Stewart



FOLDER 11.

Henderson, Cyria A.



FOLDER 12.

Hoffman, Hallock



FOLDER 13.

I



FOLDER 14.

International Federation for Internal Freedom-Leary, Timothy



FOLDER 15.

International Graphic Arts Society, Inc.



FOLDER 16.

International Graphic Arts Society, Inc., Board



FOLDER 17.

Insurance



FOLDER 18.

J



FOLDER 19.

Jackson, Merrill



FOLDER 20.

K



FOLDER 21.

Kaysing, Bill



FOLDER 22.

Kean, David W.



FOLDER 23.

Keegan, Frank



FOLDER 24.

Kienholz, Edward



FOLDER 25.

King, Slater



FOLDER 26.

L



FOLDER 27.

Lang, Wilfred



BOX 4

FOLDER 1.

Maa-Mit



FOLDER 2.

McMillan, Ian



FOLDER 3.

Medical File



FOLDER 4.

Medical File, Robin Ferry



FOLDER 5.

Meller, S. Herbert



FOLDER 6.

Menci, Tanya



FOLDER 7.

Menkin, Peter A.



FOLDER 8.

Merton, Thomas



FOLDER 9.

Merton, Thomas



FOLDER 10.

Merton, Thomas, Abbey of Gethsemani



FOLDER 11.

Millar, Kenneth



FOLDER 12.

Mon-Mus



FOLDER 13.

Monastery of Christ in the Desert



FOLDER 14.

N



FOLDER 15.

Nabokov, Peter



FOLDER 16.

Nevada



FOLDER 17.

Newton, James W.



FOLDER 18.

O



FOLDER 19.

Oil



BOX 5

FOLDER 1.

P



FOLDER 2.

Pacific Airlines Dispute



FOLDER 3.

Permission to Use Publications



FOLDER 4.

Playboy Magazine



FOLDER 5.

Police State, Comments



FOLDER 6.

Police State, Fall 1970



FOLDER 7.

Press Lists



FOLDER 8.

Q



FOLDER 9.

R



FOLDER 10.

Ransom Genealogy



FOLDER 11.

Readers Union Book Club



FOLDER 12.

Redress



FOLDER 13.

Redwoods Monastery



FOLDER 14.

Reeves, Thomas C.



FOLDER 15.

Regina, Saskatchewan



FOLDER 16.

Rejections



FOLDER 17.

Resist



FOLDER 18.

Riverdale Conference



FOLDER 19.

Rough Drafts



FOLDER 20.

Rubin, Vera



FOLDER 21.

S



FOLDER 22.

Santa Barbara, California



FOLDER 23.

Santa Cruz, University of California



FOLDER 24.

Scrimgeour, William P.



FOLDER 25.

Sink, John M.



FOLDER 26.

Southern Oregon College



BOX 6

FOLDER 1.

Speech



FOLDER 2.

Squaw Valley



FOLDER 3.

T



FOLDER 4.

Task Force



FOLDER 5.

Tax File, 1969



FOLDER 6.

Tax File, 1971



FOLDER 7.

Technology



FOLDER 8.

Tentative Speaking Invitations



FOLDER 9.

Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association of America



FOLDER 10.

Times, New York and Los Angeles



FOLDER 11.

Travel File



FOLDER 12.

U



FOLDER 13.

V



FOLDER 14.

Vedanta Society, Books



FOLDER 15.

W



FOLDER 16.

Willens, Harold



FOLDER 17.

XYZ



BOX 7

Articles and Speeches, A - P



FOLDER 1.

“Advice to a Modern Revolutionary” January 20, 1969



FOLDER 2.

“Advice to Nixon” (Race)



FOLDER 3.

“The American Corporation” in Hamilton Alumni Review, Winter, 1967



FOLDER 4.

“Baratz Evaluation Paper” July, 1970



FOLDER 5.

“Black Colonies” February, 1964



FOLDER 6.

“Blacks on White Campuses” September, 1970



FOLDER 7.

“Blacktown - Whitetown” in Saturday Review, June 15, 1968



FOLDER 8.

“Cacotopias and Utopias” 1965



FOLDER 9.

“Caught on the Horn of Plenty” CSDI Bulletin, January, 1962



FOLDER 10.

“College Responsibilities and Social Expectations” in Teachers College Record, November, 1963



FOLDER 11.

“Corporate Initiatives” September, 1966



FOLDER 12.

“Disarm to Parley” February, 1961



FOLDER 13.

“Economic Institutions” June, 1962



FOLDER 14.

“Economic Order”



FOLDER 15.

“The Economy Under Law” 1960



FOLDER 16.

“Environmental Design” Notes, March, 1967



FOLDER 17.

“The Ever Normal Cookie Jar” in Manas, December 22, 1965



FOLDER 18.

“Fairly Happy Birthday” March 6, 1968



FOLDER 19.

“Farewell to Integration” in Liberator, January, 1968



FOLDER 20.

“Farewell to Integration” Notes for Katallagete



FOLDER 21.

“The Forms of Irresponsibility” March, 1961



FOLDER 22.

“Hail to Co-Existence” April, 1968



FOLDER 23.

“Hail to Co-Existence” Comments



FOLDER 24.

“Hail to Co-Existence” Original Material



FOLDER 25.

“The Happy Heretic” by Victor S. Navasky, in The Atlantic, July, 1966



FOLDER 26.

“Letters to the Regents” 1968



FOLDER 27.

“Liberal Education: Reflections and Surmises”



FOLDER 28.

“Masscomm as Educator” in The American Scholar, Spring, 1966



FOLDER 29.

“Muddle in Education” February, 1964



FOLDER 30.

“Must We Rewrite the Constitution to Control Technology?” in Saturday Review, March 2, 1968



FOLDER 31.

“Must We Rewrite the Constitution to Control Technology?” Comments



FOLDER 32.

“Myths, Cliches, and Stereotypes” August, 1962



FOLDER 33.

“Notes on the War Against Intellectual Poverty” March 1968



FOLDER 34.

“PEP” September, 1966



FOLDER 35.

“The Police State is Here” November, 1970



BOX 8

Articles and Speeches, R - W



FOLDER 1.

“Race: From Integration to Co-Existence” July, 1968



FOLDER 2.

“Society's Expectations Today” in A College Looks at American Values, 1971



FOLDER 3.

“Statement to Senate Sub-Committee on Intergovernmental Affairs” April, 1969



FOLDER 4.

“Students and Society” Foreword to Report, August, 1967



FOLDER 5.

“Technophiliasm, the Modern Disorder” May, 1968



FOLDER 6.

“...to Insure Domestic Tranquility” June, 1968



FOLDER 7.

“To the Two K's” March, 1963



FOLDER 8.

“Tonic and Toxic Technology” January, 1967



FOLDER 9.

“The Triple Revolution” March, 1964



FOLDER 10.

“The Unanswerable Questions” April, 1969



FOLDER 11.

“The War Against Intellectual Poverty” March, 1968



FOLDER 12.

“What Price for Peace?” December, 1962



FOLDER 13.

Miscellany



3 Binders of Other Copies of Most of the Previously Listed Articles and Speeches



BOX 9

Articles and Speeches, Extra Copies, Publicity, and Source Material



FOLDER 1.

Miscellaneous Memos of the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions



FOLDER 2.

Proposed Race Project



FOLDER 3.

Proposed Race Project



FOLDER 4.

Publicity



FOLDER 5.

Publicity



FOLDER 6.

Quotes



FOLDER 7.

Quotes



FOLDER 8.

Quotes



FOLDER 9.

Seattle Speech Response



FOLDER 10.

Sonic Boom



FOLDER 11.

Speech File



FOLDER 12.

Speech File



FOLDER 13.

Staff Memos



FOLDER 14.

Staff Memos



FOLDER 15.

Student and Society Conference



FOLDER 16.

Supersonic Transport



FOLDER 17.

Triple Revolution, Bibliography



BOX 10

Articles and Speeches, Miscellaneous Material, and Phonotapes of Speeches



FOLDER 1.

Ad Hoc Committee on Environmental Quality



FOLDER 2.

Center for Study of Black Institutions



FOLDER 3.

Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, Memoranda and Notes



FOLDER 4.

A Center Sampler



FOLDER 5.

Grenville Clark Institute for World Law



FOLDER 6.

Guaranteed Income



FOLDER 7.

Letters to Editors of Various Publications



FOLDER 8.

Letters to President Lyndon B. Johnson



FOLDER 9.

Miscellaneous Papers, Extra Copies



FOLDER 10.

Miscellaneous Papers, Extra Copies



FOLDER 11.

Miscellaneous Papers, Extra Copies



FOLDER 12.

Montgomery Fund



FOLDER 13.

Phonotape of Faster Than a Speeding Bullet



FOLDER 14.

Phonotape of Patriotic Effort Pays



FOLDER 15.

Phonotape of Unilateral Disarmament



BOX 11

Material from Father Thomas Merton, Trappist Monk



FOLDER 1.

Correspondence



Photocopies of Letters, 1961-1968, from Thomas Merton to WHF



FOLDER 2.

Articles, Miscellaneous



FOLDER 3.

Articles, Several Copies of Each



FOLDER 4.

Poetry



FOLDER 5.

Poetry by Others



FOLDER 6.

Writings by Others



FOLDER 7.

Writings for Others



Introductions, Prefaces, and Translations



FOLDER 8.

Gethsemani Abbey Descriptive Booklet



BOX 12

Resignation as Vice President of the Fund for the Republic and Fellow of the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions



FOLDER 1.

Background, 1969



FOLDER 2.

Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions



FOLDER 3.

Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions



FOLDER 4.

Court Case, Ferry vs. Fund for the Republic, Depositions



FOLDER 5.

Letters from Friends



FOLDER 6.

Los Angeles Times Article, June 25, 1969



FOLDER 7.

Papers on Separation



FOLDER 8.

Sink, John M.



FOLDER 9.

Termination Matters



FOLDER 10.

Transactions



Main Correspondence, 1969



1 Binder of Photocopies of Articles, Correspondence, and Memos



BOX 13

Material Concerning WHF Work for Daniel J. Bernstein Foundation



FOLDER 1.

A



FOLDER 2.

ABC



FOLDER 3.

B



FOLDER 4.

Bakersfield Community Service Organization



FOLDER 5.

BEF - BEM



FOLDER 6.

Berman, Louise R.



FOLDER 7.

Bernstein Foundation



FOLDER 8.

Black Foundation



FOLDER 9.

Browne, Robert S.



FOLDER 10.

C



FOLDER 11.

Choice



FOLDER 12.

Churchill, Mae



FOLDER 13.

Citizens Communication Center



FOLDER 14.

The Club of Rome



FOLDER 15.

La Cooperativa



FOLDER 16.

Council on Economic Priorities



FOLDER 17.

D



FOLDER 18.

Devereux, Don



FOLDER 19.

E



FOLDER 20.

F



FOLDER 21.

Fuller, David



FOLDER 22.

G - H



FOLDER 23.

I



FOLDER 24.

Indian Projects



FOLDER 25.

Interreligious Foundation



FOLDER 26.

J - K



FOLDER 27.

Kraft, John F.



FOLDER 28.

L



FOLDER 29.

M



BOX 14

Civil Defense and Miscellaneous



FOLDER 1.

The Black Question



FOLDER 2.

Clippings



FOLDER 3.

Correspondence



FOLDER 4.

Council to Effect Justice



FOLDER 5.

Don Devereux and Museum of New Mexico



FOLDER 6.

Harold Willens



FOLDER 7.

Manuscripts



FOLDER 8.

Open Letter to President Kennedy



FOLDER 9.

Speaking Trip, Clippings and Programs



FOLDER 10.

Speech



FOLDER 11.

Statement



BOX 15

Correspondence



FOLDER 1.

A



FOLDER 2.

B



FOLDER 3.

C



FOLDER 4.

Capp



FOLDER 5.

D



FOLDER 6.

Dublin Conference



FOLDER 7.

E



FOLDER 8.

F



FOLDER 9.

Ferry Family



FOLDER 10.

F. O. R.



FOLDER 11.

G



FOLDER 12.

H



FOLDER 13.

I. G. A. S.



FOLDER 14.

J



FOLDER 15.

K



FOLDER 16.

L



FOLDER 17.

M



FOLDER 18.

Muste, A. J.



FOLDER 19.

N



FOLDER 20.

New Politics



FOLDER 21.

O



FOLDER 22.

P



FOLDER 23.

Q-R



FOLDER 24.

S



FOLDER 25.

T



FOLDER 26.

Task Force



FOLDER 27.

Tran Thi Chau-Hoan



FOLDER 28.

U-V



FOLDER 29.

W



FOLDER 30.

X-Y-Z



BOX 16

Disarmament



FOLDER 1.

Clippings, 1960



FOLDER 2.

Clippings, 1961



FOLDER 3.

Clippings, 1961-1962



FOLDER 4.

Correspondence, 1959-1960



FOLDER 5.

Correspondence, 1960-1961



FOLDER 6.

Correspondence, March-July 1961



FOLDER 7.

Correspondence, July-December 1961



FOLDER 8.

Correspondence, January-December 1962



BOX 17

The Fund for the Republic, Inc.



FOLDER 1.

Binder of Minutes and Reports, June 6, 1956-May 15, 1957



FOLDER 2.

Binder of Minutes and Reports, August 31, 1957-May 20, 1959



BOX 18

Correspondence, A - K, 1950-1954



FOLDER 1.

A



FOLDER 2.

B - Be



FOLDER 3.

Bl - Bu



FOLDER 4.

C



FOLDER 5.

Campbell, Jack



FOLDER 6.

D



FOLDER 7.

Dartmouth College



FOLDER 8.

Duggan, Stephen P.



FOLDER 9.

E



FOLDER 10.

F



FOLDER 11.

G



FOLDER 12.

H - Hi



FOLDER 13.

Ho - Hy



FOLDER 14.

Helms, Paul



FOLDER 15.

Hirsch, Lawrence M.



FOLDER 16.

I



FOLDER 17.

J



FOLDER 18.

K - Ke



FOLDER 19.

Ki - Kr



BOX 19

Correspondence, L - Z, 1950-1954



FOLDER 1.

L



FOLDER 2.

Laughlin, James



FOLDER 3.

M - Mi



FOLDER 4.

Mo - Mu



FOLDER 5.

MacDonald, A. Bruce



FOLDER 6.

N



FOLDER 7.

O



FOLDER 8.

P



FOLDER 9.

Q



FOLDER 10.

R



FOLDER 11.

Rosen, Alex



FOLDER 12.

Russell, Leona



FOLDER 13.

S - Sh



FOLDER 14.

Si - Sw



FOLDER 15.

T



FOLDER 16.

Taylor, Harold



FOLDER 17.

V



FOLDER 18.

W - We



FOLDER 19.

Wh - Wy



FOLDER 20.

Y - Z



Addendum: correspondence, etc. arranged by subject, as well as general corresdence, 1960-1980. A few letters of the following notable persons (and others) are within this unit of papers:



Harry Belafonte



Daniel Berrigan



John Cheever



Alan Cranston



William O. Douglas



Jules Feiffer



Eric Fromm



John Kenneth Galbraith



Brendan Gill (see New Yorker)



Michael Harrington



Fred Harris



Lillian Hellman



Jacob Javits



Edward Levi



Lewis Mumford



Ralph Nader



Richard Ottinger



Noel Perrin



John D. Rockefeller III



Leonard Weinglass (see Box 26, Folder 1)



I. Biographical Material



A. General



BOX 20

FOLDER : 1.

Autobiography, biographies, etc., and biography of Hugh Joseph Ferry (1884, fl. 1945)



FOLDER : 2.

Report of the Daniel J. Bernstein Foundation 1971-1975, NB: DJBF (1948-1974)



FOLDER : 3.

Personal correspondence A-D



FOLDER : 4.

Personal correspondence E-Z and unidentified



FOLDER : 5.

Family correspondence (esp. WHF), 1925, 1943, 1946-1948



FOLDER : 6.

Family correspondence, 1949-1951



FOLDER : 7.

Family correspondence, 1952-1960



FOLDER : 8.

Family correspondence, 1961-1967, 1969 and 1971



FOLDER : 9-11.

Family correspondence, not dated



FOLDER : 12.

Personal bills, etc.



FOLDER : 13.

Birthdays, 1975, 1980, clippings, etc.



B. Works



1. Short Articles



(13 items)



FOLDER : 14.

Cambodian Exodus



Caught on the Horn of Plenty (rev.)



Civil Defense...



Designer in the System



Introduction to the Secretary (see also General Correspondence: Stanley Sheinbaum Foundation)



Letter from Washington



Letter to a Business Friend



Random Comments on Millis's Notes



Subject: W. H. Ferry



Thoughts on Approaching Mr. Sexagenary



Which is Worst Case?



[WHF Interview]



[Letter draft?]



B. 2. Warming Up For Fifty Years, Being the Reflections of Some Members of the Class of 1932, Dartmouth College, WHF ed., 1982



BOX 21

FOLDER : 1.

“A Few Words from the Editor,” Etc., Correspondence, Unpublished Essays



FOLDER : 2.

Business



FOLDER : 3.

Printer's Proof



FOLDER : 4-10.

Essays 1-7: see WUFFY, Contents



BOX 22

FOLDER : 1-17.

Essays 8-24



C. Subjects



1. WHF and U.S. Domestic Intelligence: CIA, FBI (Correspondence, Legal Instruments, 1975-1981)



a. WHF v. CIA



BOX 23

FOLDER : 1.

Article, clips



FOLDER : 2-11.

1975-1981



FOLDER : 12.

Documents Unattached, Not Dated



1. b. CIA Mail Opening



FOLDER : 13.

1975



1. c. Freedom of Information Act (Requests by WHF and/or CBF)



FOLDER : 14-17.

Documents on WHF



BOX 24

FOLDER : 1-3.

Documents on WHF



FOLDER : 4.

Documents on Daniel J. Bernstein (1919-1970) and Daniel J. Bernstein Foundation (1948-1974)



1. d. Illegal Entry (WHF Residence)



FOLDER : 5.

1976



1. e. Complaint Action Against FBI (Destruction of WHF and CBF Files)



FOLDER : 6.

1979



Supplement: General Correspondence on CIA and FBI, c. 1975



FOLDER : 7.

A-Ce



BOX 25

FOLDER : 1.

Cf-F



FOLDER : 2.

G-N



FOLDER : 3.

O-Z



FOLDER : 4.

Clippings



2. Impeach Nixon (Correspondence, 1974)



FOLDER : 5.

A-Z



3. California v. Paul Skyhorse and Richard Mohawk (Correspondence, Etc., 1977-1979)



BOX 26

FOLDER : 1.

Attorneys, Physicians



FOLDER : 2.

Funding



FOLDER : 3.

Publicity



BOX 27

FOLDER : 1.

A-M



FOLDER : 2.

N-Z



FOLDER : 3.

Clippings



II. Non-Biographical Material Arranged By Subject



A. South Africa and Namibia (Correspondence, c. 1975)



BOX 28

FOLDER : 1.

A-G



FOLDER : 2.

H-P



FOLDER : 3.

Q-Z



FOLDER : 4.

Richards et al. v. American Metal Climax Corporation



FOLDER : 5.

Study Project on External Investment in South Africa and Namibia



B. Vietnam (Correspondence, c. 1975)



BOX 29

FOLDER : 1.

A-K



FOLDER : 2.

L-Z, Etc.



FOLDER : 3-4.

Committee on Vietnam



FOLDER : 5.

National Study Committee on Indochina, National Study Committee on Vietnam



III. General Correspondence, c. 1960-1980



BOX 30

FOLDER : 1.

A-Am



FOLDER : 2.

An-Az



FOLDER : 3.

B-Ben



FOLDER : 4.

Beo-Bz



FOLDER : 5.

Ca



FOLDER : 6.

Cb-Ce



FOLDER : 7.

Cf-Cl



FOLDER : 8.

Cm-Con



FOLDER : 9.

Coo-Cz



FOLDER : 10.

D-Dev1



FOLDER : 11.

Dev2-Dev3



FOLDER : 12.

Dev4-Dz



FOLDER : 13.

E-Em



FOLDER : 14.

En-Ez



BOX 31

FOLDER : 1.

F-Fri



FOLDER : 2.

Frl-Fz



FOLDER : 3.

G-Gi



FOLDER : 4.

Gj-Gz



FOLDER : 5.

H-He



FOLDER : 6.

Hf-Hz



FOLDER : 7.

I-Institute for



FOLDER : 8.

Institute of-International I



FOLDER : 9.

International League-Investigative Reporters1



FOLDER : 10.

Investigative Reporters2 (Clippings)



FOLDER : 11.

Io-Iz



FOLDER : 12.

J-John



FOLDER : 13.

Johns-Jz



FOLDER : 14.

K



FOLDER : 15.

L-Les



FOLDER : 16.

Let-Lz



BOX 32

FOLDER : 1.

M-MacL



FOLDER : 2.

MacM-MacN



FOLDER : 3.

MacO-Mi



FOLDER : 4.

Mj-Mz



FOLDER : 5.

N-National H



FOLDER : 6.

National I - Nc



FOLDER : 7.

Nd-New



FOLDER : 8.

New Y-Ni



FOLDER : 9.

Nj-Nz



FOLDER : 10.

O



FOLDER : 11.

P-Pe



FOLDER : 12.

Pf-Po



FOLDER : 13.

Pp-Pz



FOLDER : 14.

R-Ri



FOLDER : 15.

Rj-Rob



BOX 33

FOLDER : 1.

Roc-Rz



FOLDER : 2.

S-Schr



FOLDER : 3.

Schu-Scu



FOLDER : 4.

Se-Sl



FOLDER : 5.

Sm-Sp



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Sq-Sta



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Stb-Sz



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Uo-Uz



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W-Wei



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Wel



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Wem-Will



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BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

1910 Born, December 17, Detroit, Michigan
1932 Received A.B. degree from Dartmouth College
1932-1933 Instructor at the Choate School
1933-1935 Newspaperman
1936 Director of publicity for Eastern Air Lines
1937 Married Jolyne Marie Gillier (divorced 1972)
1937-1941 Newspaperman
1942-1944 Chief investigator in New Hampshire for OPA
1940-1944 Consultant to the International Labor Organization
1944 Director of public relations, CIO-Political Action Committee
1945-1954 Partner, Earl Newsom and Co.
1954-1969 Vice President of the Center for Study of Democratic Institutions, Santa Barbara, California
1969 Foundations consultant; received L.H.D. degree from Starr King School, Berkeley, California
1973 Married Carol Underwood Bernstein; became co-executive of the Daniel J. Bernstein Foundation (defunct 1974)
1976-1985 Philanthropist; active in nuclear disarmament and human rights movements

INTRODUCTION

THE PAPERS OF WILBUR HUGH FERRY

ADDENDUM TWO

IN THE DARTMOUTH COLLEGE LIBRARY

June 1985

The second addendum to the Papers of Wilbur Hugh Ferry was a gift from Mr. Ferry to the Dartmouth College Library in 1984. These materials complement the original 1975 gift (described elsewhere), and the first addendum papers donated in 1980. All together, the papers provide a unique record of the life, philosophy and philanthropy of a human rights activist.

Wilbur Hugh Ferry was born December 17, 1910 in Detroit, Michigan, and graduated from Dartmouth College in 1932. He has been a newspaperman, public relations expert, consultant to labor organizations and, from 1954-1969, Vice President of the Center for Study of Democratic Institutions in Santa Barbara, California. In 1973, Ferry married Carol Underwood Bernstein and helped manage the affairs of the Daniel J. Bernstein Foundation until its end in 1974. The Ferrys now practice private philanthropy, with an emphasis on groups working for nuclear disarmament and human rights. W. H. Ferry has published several treatises on the nuclear threat, the latest being The Zaca Manifesto, in 1980.

Addendum Two occupies 4 boxes or approximately 4 linear feet of shelf space. The materials include correspondence, pamphlets, articles, clippings, reports and project proposals, with the emphasis being on correspondence. By far the largest group of papers have to do with Ferry's on-going commitment to nuclear disarmament. Other topics of interest include civil and human rights, covert intelligence operations and African affairs. Although reference is made to Ferry's friendship with Father Thomas Merton, none of the materials in this addendum were generated by Merton.

Except for copyrighted materials (noted in the guide), no restrictions have been placed on the use of any of the materials in this collection. Further information concerning Wilbur Hugh Ferry may be found in Special Collections in the Dartmouth College Library.






BOX 1.

African Affairs - Human Rights



African Affairs



FOLDER : 1.

Article: South Africa's Other Whites, by Barry Cohen; in Seven Days, undated



FOLDER : 2.

Brochure: The Africa Fund; 1973



FOLDER : 3.

Clippings; 1973, 1978, undated



Correspondence



FOLDER : 4.

1971-1975



FOLDER : 5.

1977-1981



FOLDER : 6.

Undated, unidentified



FOLDER : 7.

Newsletter: Africa Information Service; July 1974



FOLDER : 8.

Proposal: Africa Fund Projects: Angola, Guinea, Mozambique, by the Africa Fund; 1974



Reports



FOLDER : 9.

Agency For Christian Literature Development: Progress Report on Plans for the Launching of a Newspaper to be Called The Black Voice; 1974



FOLDER : 10.

The Lincoln Trust, author unidentified; ca. 1982



FOLDER : 11.

Notes of the Executive Committee Meeting of the Study Project on External Investment in South Africa and Namibia; March 21, 1973



FOLDER : 12.

Speech: Address of M. Gatsha Buthelezi, Chief Executive Councillor, Kwazulu Legislative Assembly, before the 9th General Synod of the United Church of Christ, St. Louis, Missouri; June 22, 1973



FOLDER : 13.

Speech: A Short Address To Business Leaders, by M. Gatsha Buthelezi, at a luncheon at India House, New York City; June 20, 1973



FOLDER : 14.

Statement: Chief M. Gatsha Buthelezi, at a press conference in Boston, Massachusetts; June 28, 1973



Amnesty (Vietnam Era)



FOLDER : 15.

Article: Selective Redemption: Mr. Carter's “Pardon-Amnesty,” by Barry W. Lynn; in Christianity and Crisis, March 7, 1977



FOLDER : 16.

Clippings; 1975, 1977, undated



FOLDER : 17.

Correspondence; 1974-1977, 1979-1980



FOLDER : 18.

Fact sheet: The Presidential Clemency Program and Amnesty, by the ACLU Project on Amnesty; October 3, 1975



FOLDER : 19.

Press Releases; June 4, 1974, October 3, 1975



FOLDER : 20.

Report: American Bar Association Report to the House of Delegates, Section of Individual Rights and Responsibilities; June 1974



FOLDER : 21.

Resolution: Response to President Carter's Pardon by the Toronto Conference of War Resisters and Veterans; undated



FOLDER : 22.

Statement: Henry Schwarzschild, Director, ACLU Project on Amnesty, on the Presidential Clemency Program; October 3, 1975



Center for Study of Democratic Institutions



FOLDER : 23.

Article: The Real J. R., by William K. Stevens; in New York Times Magazine, August 17, 1980



FOLDER : 24.

Correspondence; 1975, 1978-1981



FOLDER : 25.

Editorial: A Report to Center Members, by Robert M. Hutchins; in The Center Magazine, July/August 1975



FOLDER : 26.

Press Release: University of Pennsylvania News; February 4, 1983



Environmental Groups



FOLDER : 27.

Brochure: Land Cooperative Services, published by Emergency Land Fund; undated



FOLDER : 28.

Correspondence; 1973-1975, 1977-1978



FOLDER : 29.

Correspondence; 1979-1982



FOLDER : 30.

Newsletter: ELF Digest, Emergency Land Fund; August 1977



FOLDER : 31.

Newsletter: Guillemot, Sorrento, Maine Scientific Society; January-February 1981



FOLDER : 32.

Pamphlet: this week alone, 6,000 acres of land owned by southern blacks will disappear..., Emergency Land Fund; undated



FOLDER : 33.

Speech: Transcribed Remarks of David J. Padwa, at the Battelle Institute Conference on Genetic Engineering; April 10, 1981



Foundations



FOLDER : 34.

Affirmation of Marriage between Maryanne Mott and Herman Warsh; 1980



Articles



FOLDER : 35.

Art Funding for the Artist's Sake, by E. L. Doctorow; in The Nation, July 4, 1981



FOLDER : 36.

Bitter Charity, by Bob Tamarkin; in Forbes, June 11, 1979



FOLDER : 37.

Folklore Without Strip Mining, by John Peck; in The Nation, September 7, 1974



FOLDER : 38.

The “Free” Propaganda That Floods the Schools, by Betty Medsger; in The Progressive, December 1976



FOLDER : 39.

Justice in a Camden Court by Betty Medsger; in The Progressive, October 1973



FOLDER : 40.

The Most Captive Consumers, by Betty Medsger; in The Progressive, March 1979



FOLDER : 41.

Trial By Newspaper, by Betty Medsger; in New West, November 19, 1979



FOLDER : 42.

Tycoon: The Saga of Henry Ford II, and Foundation Woes: The Saga of Henry Ford II, Part Two, by Lally Weymouth; in New York Times Magazine, March 5, 12, 1978



FOLDER : 43.

Brochure: The Hunt Alternatives Fund; undated



FOLDER : 44.

Brochure: Turtle Island, by Robert Callahan; undated



FOLDER : 45.

Bulletin: Bulletin No. 12, Group for Peace Between Israel, the Palestinians and the Arab States; Fall 1975-1976



FOLDER : 46.

Clippings; 1974, 1977, 1979, 1981, undated



Correspondence



FOLDER : 47.

1973-1977



FOLDER : 48.

1978-1979



FOLDER : 49.

1980-1981



FOLDER : 50.

Undated, unidentified



FOLDER : 51.

Grants lists of Maryanne Mott Warsh; 1978-1980



FOLDER : 52.

Minutes of Meetings of the International Graphic Arts Society, Inc.; 1972, 1978



FOLDER : 53.

Newsletter: Laucks Foundation, Inc.; April 7, 1981



Pamphlets



FOLDER : 54.

Breira: Counsel For Judaism, by Rael Jean Isaac; 1977



FOLDER : 55.

CIS Anti-Report: Ford, by Counter Information Services; undated



FOLDER : 56.

The Eldridge Foundation Grants List; 1971



FOLDER : 57.

IGAS Series 100, International Graphic Arts Society, Inc.; September 1972



FOLDER : 58.

The Scherman Foundation, Inc., Annual Report; 1980



FOLDER : 59.

Policy Statement: CS Fund Guidelines, CS Fund Board of Directors; 1981



FOLDER : 60.

Policy Statement: The Field Foundation, Board of Directors; February 1981



FOLDER : 61.

Proposal: Confronting the Middle East Reassessment: The Politics of Coercion, Violence and Peace, A Symposium, sponsored by The Middle East Peace Group, Brandeis University; 1975



FOLDER : 62.

Proposal: Project: Prisonwatch, by Ernest L. Graves, copyright by CeCe Verhoogen; 1978



Reports



FOLDER : 63.

Meeting In Crottorf, by Hermann Hatzfeldt; 1976



FOLDER : 64.

Programs of the Printmaking Workshop; 1977



FOLDER : 65.

A Report on Possible Foundation Involvement in American Indian Programs, Prepared for the Directors of the Akbar Fund, by John A. Folk-Williams; December 1972



Human Rights



Articles



FOLDER : 66.

Airpower in the News, by Claude Witze; in Air Force Magazine, June 1975



FOLDER : 67.

Being Poor, by Richard Parker; photocopy draft, 1979



FOLDER : 68.

Education Camps or Tiger Cages?, by Noam Chomsky; in In These Times, March 16-22, 1977



FOLDER : 69.

Global Car War, by Paul Schrade; accepted for The Progressive; photocopy draft, undated



FOLDER : 70.

How To Kill A College, by Theodore L. Gross; in Saturday Review, February 4, 1978



FOLDER : 71.

Life on Death Row, by Philip C. Brasfield; in Fellowship, January-February 1980



FOLDER : 72.

The Peoples Temple: A Socio-Religious Analysis, by John David Cato; in Caribbean Journal of Religious Studies, September 1979



FOLDER : 73.

The Secular Priesthood: Intellectuals and American Power, by Noam Chomsky; in Working Papers, May-June 1978



FOLDER : 74.

“60 Minutes” Sounds the Alarm, by John Wicklein; in Christianity and Crisis, February 21, 1983



FOLDER : 75.

Up Is Better Than Down, by Kurt Vonnegut; in Vogue, August 1, 1970



FOLDER : 76.

Vietnam 1977: Is It Any of Our Business?, by Nat Hentoff; in Village Voice, February 28, 1977



FOLDER : 77.

Book Review: Perjury: The Hiss-Chambers Case, by Allen Weinstein, reviewed by Irving Howe; in New York Times Book Review, April 9, 1978



FOLDER : 78.

Clippings; 1974-1982, undated



Correspondence



FOLDER : 79.

1973-1974



FOLDER : 80.

1975-1976



FOLDER : 81.

1977-1978



FOLDER : 82.

1979



BOX 2.

Human Rights (cont.) - Nuclear Disarmament



Human Rights (cont.)



Correspondence (cont.)



FOLDER : 1.

1980



FOLDER : 2.

1981



FOLDER : 3.

1982, undated, unidentified



FOLDER : 4.

Lecture: Why Socialism? Which Socialism?, by Prof. Erich Kahler; before Dissent Forum, Ohio State University, November 13, 1959



FOLDER : 5.

Magazine: Fellowship; December 1976



FOLDER : 6.

Magazine: Indochina Chronicle; December 1976



FOLDER : 7.

Meetings, misc.; 1977, undated



FOLDER : 8.

Misc. information concerning the career and writings of D. Burnell H. Vickers, former Senior Legal Adviser, U.N. Secretariat; ca. 1980



FOLDER : 9.

National Caucus of Labor Committees - U.S. Labor Party propaganda sheets; 1973, 1975-1976



Newsletters



FOLDER : 10.

International Bulletin; January 14, 28, 1977



FOLDER : 11.

The Labor Organizer's Defense Fund; ca. 1975



FOLDER : 12.

The Minority Rights Group; August 1980



FOLDER : 13.

NCCL, National Council for Civil Liberties; July 16, 1974



FOLDER : 14.

Resist; February 11, 28, 1977



FOLDER : 15.

S.O.S. Vietnam; Spring 1977



FOLDER : 16.

WRI Newsletter, War Resisters' International; ca. 1974



FOLDER : 17.

Pamphlet: Slave Labor and the Recycling of the Workforce, National Caucus of Labor Committees; 1973



Press Releases



FOLDER : 18.

From the Training Institute for Propaganda and Organizing, re: the death of Carl Braden; February 20, 1975



FOLDER : 19.

National Emergency Civil Liberties Foundation, Inc., re: the Alger Hiss Case; July 27, 1978



FOLDER : 20.

News from the Committee To Free the Angola Four; September 27, 1973



FOLDER : 21.

A Plea to the Government of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, a statement by Tran Thi Dam Phuong at the International League for Human Rights press conference; December 29, 1976



FOLDER : 22.

Prospectus: Towards Increasing Third World Control Over Petroleum, a training course in petroleum analysis, by Economic Development Bureau, Inc.; undated



Statements



FOLDER : 23.

Memo to Board, Staff and Advisory Committee of Southern Conference Educational Fund (SCEF), from Carl Braden; November 1, 1973



FOLDER : 24.

Memo to Board, Staff and Advisory Committee of Southern Conference Educational Fund (SCEF), from Anne Braden re: resignation from staff; November 13, 1973



FOLDER : 25.

SCEF at the Present Period of Its History, by a Majority of Members of the SCEF Interim Committee; November 17-18, 1973



FOLDER : 26.

SCEF Minority Report, signed by 43 SCEF Board Members; January 1974



FOLDER : 27.

Short Summary of the Position and Point-of-View of Anne Braden on the SCEF Crisis of 1973; January 31, 1974



FOLDER : 28.

Special Committee of SCEF's Board and Staff: A Statement of Findings, prepared by Walter Collins and Ken Lawrence; undated



Intelligence Agencies



Articles



FOLDER : 29.

Agee Reflects on His Troubles, by Philip Agee; typescript, 1978



FOLDER : 30.

England Boots a U.S. Reporter, by Mark Hosenball; in More, October 1977



FOLDER : 31.

Espionage at the United Nations, by Winslow Peck; typescript draft, undated



FOLDER : 32.

God and the F.B.I. at Yale, by Sigmund Diamond; in The Nation, April 12, 1980



FOLDER : 33.

He Seeks Them Here, He Seeks Them There, He Seeks Those Cubans Everywhere: The Work of Journalist Colin Legum, by Peoples News Service Correspondents; in galley proof for Dirty Work 2, edited by Agee and Wolf, 1979



FOLDER : 34.

How I Was Kicked Out of France - And Why, by Philip Agee; in The Paris Metro, September 14, 1977



FOLDER : 35.

Informed Consent and Survey Research: The Case of the FBI and the Survey Research Center, by Sigmund Diamond; typescript, 1981



FOLDER : 36.

Labor History vs. Labor Historiography: The FBI, James B. Carey, and the Association of Catholic Trade Unionists, by Sigmund Diamond; typescript, 1981



FOLDER : 37.

Radical Winds in the Caribbean, by Tad Szulc; in New York Times Magazine, May 25, 1980



FOLDER : 38.

Clippings; 1975-1976, 1979-1981, 1983, undated



Correspondence



FOLDER : 39.

1974-1977



FOLDER : 40.

1978-1979



FOLDER : 41.

1980-1982



FOLDER : 42.

fragments, undated, unidentified



FOLDER : 43.

Magazine: Counter Spy; Winter 1975, Spring 1976



FOLDER : 44.

Newspaper: People's News Service; January 10, 1978



FOLDER : 45.

Pamphlet: C.I.A. Briefing, Agee-Hosenball Defence Committee; 1976



FOLDER : 46.

Pamphlet: “Counter Spy” Exposed as National Security Council Covert Arm, New Solidarity International Press Service; undated



FOLDER : 47.

Proposal: A Proposal to Codify Information on the Activities, Personnel and Indigenous Agents of the C.I.A., by Philip Agee; 1977



FOLDER : 48.

Short Story: Mother's Helper or The Passion of Ben Merriwether, by Sigmund Diamond; typescript, ca. 1981



FOLDER : 49.

Statement: Philip Agee, at a press conference in Amsterdam; December 6, 1977



Media



Articles



FOLDER : 50.

Firms Often Learn Hard Way It Doesn't Pay To Clam Up, by A. Kent MacDougall; reprinted from the Los Angeles Times, February 1980



FOLDER : 51.

Flaws In Press Coverage Plus Business Sensitivity Stir Bitter Debate, by A. Kent MacDougall; reprinted from the Los Angeles Times, February 3, 1980



FOLDER : 52.

In Reporting Profits, There Are Many Bottom Lines, by A. Kent MacDougall; reprinted from the Los Angeles Times, February 1980



FOLDER : 53.

Media Cast Largely Uncritical Eye On Nuclear Power Industry Until..., by A. Kent MacDougall; reprinted from the Los Angeles Times, February 1980



FOLDER : 54.

TV Business Coverage Is Struggle Against Superficiality, by A. Kent MacDougall; reprinted from the Los Angeles Times, February 5, 1980



FOLDER : 55.

When Press Errs on Business, It's Usually Muddled, Not Malicious, by A. Kent MacDougall; reprinted from the Los Angeles Times, February 4, 1980



FOLDER : 56.

Clippings; 1975, 1980



FOLDER : 57.

Correspondence; 1974-1975, 1977-1978



FOLDER : 58.

Correspondence; 1979-1982, unidentified



FOLDER : 59.

Magazine: The Nation; June 25, 1977



FOLDER : 60.

Magazine: Stonefence Review; June 1981



FOLDER : 61.

Pamphlet: In Memoriam: Carey McWilliams 1905-1980; 1980



FOLDER : 62.

Proposal: Proposal to Expand “Alternatives” in 1980, by Bob Kochtitzky; ca. 1979



FOLDER : 63.

Proposal: Working Papers; 1974, 1977



Medicine



FOLDER : 64.

Correspondence; 1973-1974, 1978-1981



FOLDER : 65.

Statement: Health Care and Politics, by David Werner; June 1979



Nuclear Disarmament



Articles



FOLDER : 66.

America First, by D. Park Teter, with outline of article; typescript, undated



FOLDER : 67.

Defence Without the Bomb, by Michael Randle; in Journal of Armament and Disarmament Information Unit, Sussex University, January-February 1982



FOLDER : 68.

Future Shock In Iran, by D. Park Teter; in Washington Post “Outlook,” December 10, 1978



FOLDER : 69.

Green Zones, by David Hoffman; typescript, undated



FOLDER : 70.

How to Devise a Non-Violent Society, by W. H. Ferry; in The Sacramento Bee Forum, June 28, 1981



FOLDER : 71.

Issues and Non-Issues in the Nuclear Policy Debate, by Colin S. Gray; in Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, December 1981



FOLDER : 72.

The Larger View, by Chandler Smith; typescript, 1980



FOLDER : 73.

The Middle East: U.S. Policy, Israel, Oil and the Arabs, An Introduction, by D. Park Teter; in Congressional Quarterly, October 1975



FOLDER : 74.

The Moral Law and National Insecurity, by Phillips P. Moulton; typescript, 1980



FOLDER : 75.

The Myth of Peace Through Strength, by Bernard P. Kiernan; in The Virginia Quarterly Review, Spring 1981



FOLDER : 76.

#1 on the Nuclear Blacklist: the Purge of Filmmaker Don Widener, by James Real; in Mother Jones, December 1978



FOLDER : 77.

The Overriding Issue, by David Riesman; in Commonweal, May 23, 1980



FOLDER : 78.

The Paradox of On-Site Inspection, by Arnold Simoni; typescript, undated



FOLDER : 79.

Peace as a Paradigm Shift, by Michael N. Nagler; in Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, December 1981



FOLDER : 80.

Philosophical Activity and War, by Robert Ginsberg; in Philosophy and Phenominological Research, December 1972



FOLDER : 81.

A Reappraisal of the United Nations, by Byron L. Johnson; typescript draft, 1981



FOLDER : 82.

The Rhetorical Dilemma of Pacifism, by Robert Ginsberg; reprinted from Peace and Change, Winter 1980



FOLDER : 83.

Reporting for Duty: the Pentagon and the Press, by Roger Morris; in Columbia Journalism Review, July-August 1980



FOLDER : 84.

Searching for the Secret of Longevity, by A. Zubov and B. Kozlov; in Science in USSR, 1980



FOLDER : 85.

Thoughts from Inside a Think-Tank, by John Maddox; in The Listener, February 10, 1977



FOLDER : 86.

The Trouble with SALT, by Robert A. Strong; in Arms Control, the Journal of Arms Control and Disarmament, December 1980



FOLDER : 87.

The Truth About the Afghanistan Crisis, by John Somerville; in the Churchman, undated



FOLDER : 88.

What is the “Counterforce Problem”?, by the Panel on U.S. Security and the Future of Arms Control; in Commonweal, February 13, 1981



FOLDER : 89.

The Word as a Weapon, by Howard Koeh; typescript, undated



FOLDER : 90.

Brochure: Indochina: 1971 Requirements for Peace, American Friends Service Committee; 1971



FOLDER : 91.

Brochure: Peace Sabbath 1980, Clergy and Laity Concerned, Riverside Church Disarmament Project and Religious Task Force of the Mobilization for Survival; 1980



FOLDER : 92.

Catalogue: Hammer Galleries: A Special Exhibition of Paintings by David Armstrong and Photographs by John Denver in Celebration and Benefit of Windstar Foundation; December 2, 1980 - January 7, 1981



FOLDER : 93.

Clippings; 1975-1983, undated



Correspondence



FOLDER : 94.

1971-1976



FOLDER : 95.

1977-1978



BOX 3.

Nuclear Disarmament (cont.) - Personal Affairs



Nuclear Disarmament (cont.)



Correspondence (cont.)



FOLDER : 1.

1979



FOLDER : 2.

1980 A-G



FOLDER : 3.

1980 H-P



FOLDER : 4.

1980 R-Z



FOLDER : 5.

1981 A-G



FOLDER : 6.

1981 H-O



FOLDER : 7.

1981 P-Z



FOLDER : 8.

1982-1983



FOLDER : 9.

Undated, unidentified



FOLDER : 10.

Editorial: The Hands Move Closer to Midnight, by Bernard T. Feld; in Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, January 1980



FOLDER : 11.

Magazine: Journal of Social Philosophy; October 1971



FOLDER : 12.

Magazine: The Washington Monthly; July 1971



Newsletters



FOLDER : 13.

ADA For Your Information, Americans For Democratic Action; June, December 1981



FOLDER : 14.

AIM Report, Accuracy In Media, Inc.; March 1, 1982



FOLDER : 15.

Disarmament Times, NGO Disarmament Committee, U.N. Headquarters; February 1981



FOLDER : 16.

Fourth World News; May 1981



FOLDER : 17.

Global Report, Center for War/Peace Studies; December 1980-January 1981



FOLDER : 18.

Just For The Press, American Committee on East-West Accord; November-December 1980



FOLDER : 19.

Members of Congress for Peace Through Law; September 19, 27, 1977, May 24, July 11, September 14, 1978



FOLDER : 20.

The Moffett Record, Citizens for Moffett; September 1978



FOLDER : 21.

P.S./Washington, by Congressman Paul Simon; September 16-22, 1979



FOLDER : 22.

Renewal; February 8, 1982



FOLDER : 23.

United Towns Newsletter; May-June 1981



FOLDER : 24.

Windstar Foundation; Spring 1982



Pamphlets



FOLDER : 25.

American Committee on East-West Accord; March 1982



FOLDER : 26.

Congressional Quarterly's Guide to the Congress of the United States, Origins, History, and Procedures, Congressional Quarterly Service; undated



FOLDER : 27.

Indochina 1971, American Friends Service Committee; 1971



FOLDER : 28.

Stop the B-1 Bomber, National Peace Conversion Campaign; ca. 1975



FOLDER : 29.

Who Is UTO?..., Federation Mondiale des Villes Jumelees Citees Unies and United Towns Organization; 1977



FOLDER : 30.

Play: Dilemma, by Chandler Smith; photocopy, copyright 1980



FOLDER : 31.

Press Release: Members of Congress for Peace Through Law; September 28, 1979



FOLDER : 32.

Program: Jefferson Unitarian Church, Golden, Colorado; Celebration of Life, April 13, 1980



FOLDER : 33.

Program: Members of Congress for Peace Through Law; September 24, 1975, September 27, 1977



Proposals



FOLDER : 34.

The Democracy Project, by Mark Green; 1981



FOLDER : 35.

The Emperor's Clothes: An Essay on the Power of Appearances, by Mark Sommer; ca. 1981



FOLDER : 36.

Environmental Defence Center: Bertell/NRC Hearings Project Abstract, by Mark Beyeler; 1979



FOLDER : 37.

First Thoughts Towards A West Coast Center For International Relations, by Robert Fuller; March 5, 1980



FOLDER : 38.

Governance in American Foreign Policy: A Project to Develop Consensus in United States Policy and Determine How to Build Constitutent Support for Such a Policy, by Dick Clark; September 1980



FOLDER : 39.

Ground Zero; 1980



FOLDER : 40.

HOPE: Help Organize Peaceful Existence, by Irwin Bromberg; 1980



FOLDER : 41.

Information to Reduce International Tensions: A News and Distribution Service, by John Steiner, Elsa Knight Thompson, Becky O'Malley and Lawrence Shoup; 1981



FOLDER : 42.

The Israel Society for the Research and Advancement of Peace, The Institute for Peace Studies; 1981



FOLDER : 43.

Live or Die, by Philip Gelb; 1981



FOLDER : 44.

Pacific Alliance, by Obie Benz and Michael Mayne; 1979



FOLDER : 45.

Proposal to establish a new “project” to use the methods and skills developed by the Anti-Concorde Project, to work for the stopping of the nuclear arms race, by Richard Wiggs; 1981



FOLDER : 46.

Training and Organizing for Nonviolent Direct Action, American Friends Service Committee Group for Nonviolent Action/Training; 1971



FOLDER : 47.

Report: Report of the U.S. - U.S.S.R. Citizens Dialogue, Committee for the U.S. - U.S.S.R. Citizens Dialogue; June 1980



FOLDER : 48.

Resolution: H. Con. Res. 303, In the House of Representatives, March 18, 1980. Concurrent Resolution Expressing the Sense of the Congress that All Nuclear Weapons in the World Should Be Eliminated



FOLDER : 49.

Sermon: Criminal Proceedings, by W. H. Ferry; at the Unitarian Church, Golden, Colorado, April 13, 1980



FOLDER : 50.

Speech: Randolph Compton's Speech to the Fund For Peace Board; December 5, 1978



FOLDER : 51.

Speech: Testimony on the U.S. Strategic Nuclear Policy Submitted to Senate Foreign Relations Committee, by Walter Hoffman, National Co-Chairman Campaign for U.N. Reform; November 12, 1981



FOLDER : 52.

Statement: MCPL Defense Posture Statement, by the MCPL Task Force on Defense, in Congressional Record, May 19, 1976



FOLDER : 53.

Statement: The Woolman Alliance Policy Statement, by Kate Maloy and Liane Norman; 1981



Personal Affairs



FOLDER : 54.

Address: Memorial for Don Freeman, by W. H. Ferry; Typescript, March 16, 1978



FOLDER : 55.

Article: Kenneth Boulding: Economist, Pacifist, Dreamer, by Patricia Kent Gilmore; in The Denver Post, April 13, 1980



FOLDER : 56.

Article: The New Chief Justice, author unidentified; in New Hampshire Times, October 28, 1981



FOLDER : 57.

Brochure: Don Freeman, Viking Junior Books, Viking Press; undated



FOLDER : 58.

Clippings; 1976, 1978-1981, undated



Correspondence



FOLDER : 59.

1972-1978



FOLDER : 60.

1979



FOLDER : 61.

1980



FOLDER : 62.

1981



FOLDER : 63.

1982-1983, undated, unidentified



FOLDER : 64.

Pamphlet: Working in the Twenty-first Century, Philip Morris Incorporated; 1979



FOLDER : 65.

Photographs; identified, 1983, undated



BOX 4.

Politics - Technology



Politics



FOLDER : 1.

Clipping; photocopy, 1976



FOLDER : 2.

Correspondence; 1974, 1977, 1979



FOLDER : 3.

Correspondence; 1980-1982



FOLDER : 4.

Newsletter: The Citizens Party; December 1979



FOLDER : 5.

Speech: Transcription of Law Day Speech, by Governor Jimmy Carter; at the University of Georgia, Athens, May 4, 1974



Public Interest Groups



FOLDER : 6.

Article: Fear and Loaning at the Co-op Bank, by Alexander Cockburn and James Ridgeway; reprinted from Village Voice, November 4-10, 1981



FOLDER : 7.

Brief: In the Superior Court of the State of California in and for the City and County of San Francisco, Judith Stern, Individually and on behalf of all persons similarly situated vs. Firestone Tire and Rubber Company and Does 1 Through 100, Inclusive; October 10, 1978



FOLDER : 8.

Brochure; Institute for Community Economics Programs and Accomplishments; 1980



FOLDER : 9.

Clippings; photocopies, 1978-1979



Correspondence



FOLDER : 10.

1973-1977



FOLDER : 11.

1978-1981



FOLDER : 12.

Fragments, undated, unidentified



FOLDER : 13.

Newsletter: Co-op Bank Monitor, Co-op Development and Assistance Project; October 1981



Proposals



FOLDER : 14.

The California Project: California in the 1980's, Resources; Issues; Strategies, by Mark Beyeler; ca. 1981



FOLDER : 15.

Counter Information Services Proposed Programme October 1974-December 1975; ca. 1974



FOLDER : 16.

Economic Development Bureau: A Transnational Cooperative, by Idrian Resnick; undated



FOLDER : 17.

Report: The Northern Rockies Action Group, Inc., 1976 January-March Activity Report, prepared by Laurie Lamson; April 9, 1976



FOLDER : 18.

Synopsis: Counter Information Services Synopsis of proposed report on South Africa; undated



Technology



FOLDER : 19.

Correspondence; 1972, 1978-1980



Foundation for National Progress Project



Position Papers



FOLDER : 20.

Human Factors Engineering and Nuclear Power: A Survey, by Wilson Clark; 1979



FOLDER : 21.

Once More - A Computer Revolution, by Joseph Weizenbaum; 1979



FOLDER : 22.

Reactors as Monuments, by John Harris; 1979



FOLDER : 23.

Science and Technology: the Revolution from Hardware to Software, by Hazel Henderson; 1979



FOLDER : 24.

Technological Detoxification, by Joseph Weizenbaum; 1979



FOLDER : 25.

A Technologized Culture?, by Clifton Fadiman; 1979



FOLDER : 26.

Technology and the Social Imagination, by Michael Benamou; 1979



FOLDER : 27.

The Unicorn is the Most Endangered Species or Monday is a Meager Myth, by Gil Bailee; 1979



FOLDER : 28.

Report: How Auto Workers Will Pay for Big Three Recovery, by Harley Shaiken; undated





INTRODUCTION

THE PAPERS OF WILBUR HUGH FERRY IN THE DARTMOUTH COLLEGE LIBRARY

ADDENDUM THREE

April 1986

The third addendum to the Papers of Wilbur Hugh Ferry was a gift from Mr. Ferry to the Dartmouth College Library in 1985. Although small (3 boxes), the collection is rich in materials of interest to scholars in several fields.

Ferry's friendship with Thomas Merton was mentioned in a previous index. In 1984, he published a limited edition of a book of Merton's letters, entitled Letters From Tom. The manuscript of this book is now in the Dartmouth College Library. Although only one original Merton letter is included in this collection, the book manuscript faithfully records many others just as Merton wrote them, retaining even the spelling and punctuation he used.

Other sections of especial interest are those entitled Briarcliff High School Board and Fund for the Republic. Mr. Ferry was Vice President of the Fund for the Republic during the worst of the “Communist witch-hunts” of the 1950's; both he and the Fund came under the scrutiny of Senator Joseph McCarthy. The hysteria spilled over into Ferry's term of service on the Briarcliff, New York school board, when his fitness to serve was called into question.

The largest group of materials in this collection, concerning nuclear disarmament, reflects Ferry's on-going commitment to the peace movement. European disarmament groups, in particular, are represented in this collection. Correspondence, articles, project proposals, reports, pamphlets and clippings comprise a valuable history of the peace movement of the 1980's.

No restrictions have been placed on the use of any of the materials in this collection. Biographical information concerning Wilbur Hugh Ferry may be found in Special Collections in the Dartmouth College Library.






BOX 1.

Articles - General Correspondence



Articles



FOLDER : 1.

Black and American, 1982, by David Bradley; in Esquire, May 1982



FOLDER : 2.

Falwell On Location, by Walter H. Capps; typescript, 1982



FOLDER : 3.

Marketing the President, by Sidney Blumenthal; in The New York Times Magazine, September 13, 1981



FOLDER : 4.

Watching the Pendulum in Education, by Vermont Royster; in The American Scholar, undated



Book mss.: Letters From Tom



FOLDER : 5.

Article: Father Ernesto Cardenal, by Kenneth L. Woodward; in Geo, undated



FOLDER : 6.

Book cover; undated



FOLDER : 7.

Clippings; original, photocopies, 1983, 1984, undated



FOLDER : 8.

Companion guide to the film biography, Merton; 1984



FOLDER : 9.

Correspondence; 1964, 1982-1983, undated, unidentified



FOLDER : 10.

Dartmouth Alumni Magazine review of Letters From Tom; galley, published copy, May 1984



FOLDER : 11.

Drafts of introductory pages; undated



FOLDER : 12.

Edited photocopy of the manuscript; undated



FOLDER : 13.

Notes for Introduction, and editorial questions; undated



FOLDER : 14.

Pamphlet: The Merton Seasonal of Bellarmine College; Summer 1983



FOLDER : 15.

Poem: Grave Robber Beware, probably by Thomas Merton; undated



FOLDER : 16.

Publisher's invoice and confirmation of specifications; 1983, 1984



FOLDER : 17.

Reviews of the film biography, Merton; 1984



FOLDER : 18.

Typescript; undated



FOLDER : 19.

Typeset copy; undated



FOLDER : 20.

Book Proposal: The Life and Work of Stuart Chase, by Mary E. Saville; undated



Briarcliff High School Board, Briarcliff, New York



FOLDER : 21.

Brochure: What Does the Briarcliff School Aim To Do? A Statement of Objectives, Board of Education/Faculty Administration Committee; 1950



FOLDER : 22.

Clippings; 1956-1958, undated



FOLDER : 23.

Correspondence; 1956-1958, undated



FOLDER : 24.

Memorandum Re: Essential Ideas Seminar--Dr. Mortimer Adler, American Legion Briarcliff Post 1054; undated



FOLDER : 25.

Misc.



FOLDER : 26.

Newsletter: Civil Liberties, published by the American Civil Liberties Union; December 1953



FOLDER : 27.

Newsletter: The Westchester Spotlight, published by Westchester County Committee on Un-American Activities; January 1957



FOLDER : 28.

Report: Report of Edward Moyer Given at Board Meeting, March 11, 1957; 1957



FOLDER : 29.

Report: Report on Program, by W. H. Ferry; 1957



Committee on Political Expression



FOLDER : 30.

Article: The Think Tank of the Left, by Joshua Muravchik; in New York Times Magazine, undated



FOLDER : 31.

Correspondence; 1980-1981, undated



FOLDER : 32.

Minutes of meetings; January 29, March 17, 1981



FOLDER : 33.

Misc.



Dartmouth College



FOLDER : 34.

Articles for the Dartmouth Alumni Magazine feature, “The Undergraduate Chair;” undated



FOLDER : 35.

Clippings; 1930, 1931, 1954, undated



FOLDER : 36.

Correspondence; 1931, 1937, 1953, unidentified



Essays, by W. H. Ferry



FOLDER : 37.

And Then Came Two...; 1930



FOLDER : 38.

Autobiography and Autobiographies; undated



FOLDER : 39.

Biography: Two Methods; 1931



FOLDER : 40.

Catullus and Moore; 1930



FOLDER : 41.

Communism: Being a Thesis Written for Citizenship 1.; undated



FOLDER : 42.

Henry David Thoreau on Educational Policies; undated



FOLDER : 43.

Horace and Byron; 1930



FOLDER : 44.

John Bunyan; undated



FOLDER : 45.

My Ideas of God - et. Al.; 1931



FOLDER : 46.

Ovid and Byron; undated



FOLDER : 47.

Paper on John Earle: Permanent Microcosmographer; 1931



FOLDER : 48.

Take Virgil, For Example...; 1930



FOLDER : 49.

Thoreau's “Civil Disobedience;” 1930



FOLDER : 50.

Walter Scott: Efficient Romantic; 1931



FOLDER : 51.

What About Eve?; 1931



FOLDER : 52.

Fragments of prose and poetry by W. H. Ferry; 1930-1931



FOLDER : 53.

Mementoes; 1932



FOLDER : 54.

Newsletter: The 1932 News-Letter; June 4, 1957, January 1982



FOLDER : 55.

Newspaper: The Daily Dartmouth; June 25, 1888, February 15, 1929, May 4, 1932



FOLDER : 56.

Photographs; undated



Fund for the Republic



FOLDER : 57.

Article: On the Report of the President's Commission...The Future of American Education, by Harold Taylor; source unidentified, undated



FOLDER : 58.

Article: Thought Control in the Soviet Union, Dept. of State Bulletin; November 5, 1951



FOLDER : 59.

Booklet: The Fulton Lewis, Jr. Report on the Fund for the Republic; ca. 1955



FOLDER : 60.

Bulletin: Town Meeting, Bulletin of America's Town Meeting of the Air; September 4, 1955



FOLDER : 61.

Clippings; 1949-1950, 1952-1956, 1958, undated



Correspondence



FOLDER : 62.

1953-1955



FOLDER : 63.

1956-1958



FOLDER : 64.

Undated, unidentified



FOLDER : 65.

Draft statement by the Board of Directors on the reappraisement of Fund policies and practices; 1955



FOLDER : 66.

List of personnel, salaries, and job descriptions; 1957



FOLDER : 67.

Magazine: The New Leader; March 19, 1956



FOLDER : 68.

Memorandum: The Argument for Undertaking a Study of the FBI, author unidentified; January 10, 1958



FOLDER : 69.

Memorandum: Emergency Civil Liberties Committee: Memorandum From the Chairman, by Scott Buchanan; 1953



FOLDER : 70.

Misc.



FOLDER : 71.

Newsletter: Washington Newsletter of the Friends Committee on National Legislation; November 1953



FOLDER : 72.

Notes



Pamphlets



FOLDER : 73.

The Bill of Rights: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow, by Robert M. Hutchins; 1956



FOLDER : 74.

Essentials For Genuine Peace, by Grenville Clark; 1953



FOLDER : 75.

The Fund for the Republic: Extension of Remarks of Hon. Richard Bolling of Missouri in the House of Representatives; May 9, 1956



FOLDER : 76.

The Fund for the Republic Two Year Report; May 1958



FOLDER : 77.

General Education in a Specialized World, by Lawrence H. Chamberlain; October 1951



FOLDER : 78.

The Real Danger - Fear of Ideas, by Henry Steele Commager; 1949



FOLDER : 79.

The Student as a Responsible Person, by Harold Taylor; reprinted from Harvard Educational Review, Spring 1949



FOLDER : 80.

Paper: Memorandum on Basic Ideas in Civil Liberties, by Robert M. Hutchins; 1956



FOLDER : 81.

Paper: Television in Education, by Robert M. Hutchins; 1955



FOLDER : 82.

Quotations and excerpts from famous writers; undated



Reports



FOLDER : 83.

House Committee on Tax Exempt Foundations: Report of Counsel to the Committee on the Proposed Objectives and Methods of Investigation, by Rene A. Wormser, Arnold T. Koch and Norman Dodd; 1953



FOLDER : 84.

Meeting of Drafting Committee of Fund for the Republic, The Master Reporting Co., Inc.; July 1956



FOLDER : 85.

Memorandum to the Board of Directors, by Robert M. Hutchins; November 1955



FOLDER : 86.

Memorandum to the Board of Directors, by Robert M. Hutchins; draft, 1956



FOLDER : 87.

Report of the Committee to Advise the Fund for the Republic on Basic Ideas in Civil Liberties; August 1956



Speeches



FOLDER : 88.

Academic Freedom, Remarks of Robert M. Hutchins before the American Academy of Political and Social Science, Philadelphia; April 2, 1955



FOLDER : 89.

Dean Griswold's Speech on Fifth Amendment, by Dean Erwin N. Griswold; in The Harvard Law School Record, February 11, 1954



FOLDER : 90.

Learning To Be Free, by Helen Lynd; at Sarah Lawrence College Convocation, September 29, 1950



FOLDER : 91.

An Outsider Looks at the Press, by Zechariah Chafee, Jr.; before the Associated Press Managing Editors Association, Boston, November 14, 1952



FOLDER : 92.

Remarks of Robert M. Hutchins, President of the Fund for the Republic, before the National Press Club, Washington; January 26, 1955



FOLDER : 93.

Response to Dr. Robert M. Hutchins' Address, by Jonathan Daniels; before the American Society of Newspaper Editors, April 21, 1955



FOLDER : 94.

Statement: Statement made by Corliss Lamont on September 23, 1953 before the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, Headed by Senator Joseph R. McCarthy



FOLDER : 95.

Supreme Court Opinion in the case of Paul M. Sweezy, Appellant, vs. State of New Hampshire by Louis C. Wyman, Attorney General, on Appeal from the Supreme Court of New Hampshire; 1956



Transcripts



FOLDER : 96.

Fulton Lewis, Jr. at 7:00 p.m. over WOR (NY) and the MBS Network; January 31, 1956



FOLDER : 97.

Hearings Before the Committee on Government Operations of the U.S. Senate; Testimony of Harvey O'Connor, July 14, 1953



FOLDER : 98.

See It Now, with Edward R. Murrow and Dr. J. Robert Oppenheimer at the Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton; January 4, 1955



General Correspondence



FOLDER : 99.

Clippings; 1970, 1974, 1981-1984, undated



FOLDER : 100.

1933, 1935, 1937, 1943, 1945, 1953-1954, 1957-1958, 1966-1969



FOLDER : 101.

1970-1979



FOLDER : 102.

1980-1981



BOX 2.

General Correspondence (cont.) - Nuclear Disarmament: Comiso



General Correspondence (cont.)



FOLDER : 1.

1982 A-C



FOLDER : 2.

1982 D-I



FOLDER : 3.

1982 J-O



FOLDER : 4.

1982 P-Z



FOLDER : 5.

1983 A-D



FOLDER : 6.

1983 E-H



FOLDER : 7.

1983 J-P



FOLDER : 8.

1983 R-Z



FOLDER : 9.

1984



FOLDER : 10.

Undated



FOLDER : 11.

Unidentified



Hugh J. Ferry



FOLDER : 12.

Clippings; 1934, 1947-1950, 1952, 1960, undated



FOLDER : 13.

Correspondence; 1931, 1950, 1952-1955, 1960, undated



FOLDER : 14.

Misc.



International Labor Office



FOLDER : 15.

Correspondence; 1941-1942, undated



FOLDER : 16.

Mementoes; 1941-1942



Manchester/Concord, New Hampshire



FOLDER : 17.

Clippings; 1940, 1943, undated



FOLDER : 18.

Correspondence; 1937-1942



FOLDER : 19.

Correspondence; undated, unidentified



FOLDER : 20.

Draft of a news story written by W. H. Ferry; undated



FOLDER : 21.

Misc.



FOLDER : 22.

Photographs; undated



FOLDER : 23.

Press and other courtesy cards; undated



FOLDER : 24.

Selective Service data; 1940-1941, 1944-1945



FOLDER : 25.

Misc.



FOLDER : 26.

Newsletter: Windstar Foundation; Spring 1982



Nuclear Disarmament



Addresses



FOLDER : 27.

National Press Club Address, by Terry Herndon; April 13, 1982



FOLDER : 28.

The Quest For Concept, by Freeman J. Dyson; at the Conference on the Arms Race, Princeton, September 27-28, 1980



FOLDER : 29.

Untitled, by Louis Harris; at the Informal Funders' Meeting on Nuclear Arms Control, United Nations Plaza, July 7, 1982



Articles



FOLDER : 30.

A Call to the Conscience of the University: A Student's Perspective, by David Cooper; with a course outline entitled “Nuclear Arms and Arms Control;” typescript, undated



FOLDER : 31.

It's A Cold War-World Out There, Class of '83, by E. L. Doctorow; in The Nation, July 2, 1983



FOLDER : 32.

Military Might - Deterrence or Provocation?, by Phillips P. Moulton; reprinted from Friends Journal, September 1981



FOLDER : 33.

The Moral Law and National Insecurity, by Phillips P. Moulton; typescript, 1980



FOLDER : 34.

Nuclear Power, Rapid Technological Advancement, and Democratic Values, by Ira Glasser; reprinted from New York University Review of Law and Social Change, 1980-1981



FOLDER : 35.

The Restless Ranchers of Missile Country, by Samuel H. Day, Jr.; in The Progressive, October 1983



FOLDER : 36.

The Sneaky Russians' Real Threat, by John Paschall Matthews; in Frying Pan, May 1983



FOLDER : 37.

Clippings; 1980, 1981, 1983



Comiso, Italy



FOLDER : 38.

Article: Italian Churches Oppose Missiles, by Sergio Aquilante; in CALC Report, March 1983



FOLDER : 39.

Article: What's All the Fuss About InterPress?, by Peter Hall; in Columbia Journalism Review, January/February 1983



FOLDER : 40.

Brochure: Comiso: Flashpoint for World War III? Or No Ai Missili A Comiso!, U.S. Friends of Comiso; undated



FOLDER : 41.

Budget proposals; 1982, undated



FOLDER : 42.

Clippings; 1966, 1982-1984, undated



FOLDER : 43.

Correspondence; 1982



FOLDER : 44.

Correspondence; 1983-1984, undated, unidentified



FOLDER : 45.

Minutes of meetings of U.S. Friends of Comiso; 1982-1983



FOLDER : 46.

Minutes of meetings of U.S. Friends of Comiso Steering Committee; June-July 1983



FOLDER : 47.

Misc.



Newsletters



FOLDER : 48.

The Bridge, published by Italian Ecumenical News Agency; June-July 1983, March-June 1984, undated



FOLDER : 49.

Comiso Fact Sheet, published by U.S. Friends of Comiso; 1983



FOLDER : 50.

Comitato Unitario per il Disarmo e la Pace, published by Del Cudip Di Comiso; undated



FOLDER : 51.

Fast For Life, published by Fast For Life; November 1982



FOLDER : 52.

WRI Newsletter, published by War Resisters International; incomplete issue, February 1983



FOLDER : 53.

Pamphlet: END Special Report: Comiso, by Ben Thompson; 1982



FOLDER : 54.

Pamphlet: A Guide to Political Fasting, by Svevo Brooks, John Burkhart, Dorothy Granada, and Charles Gray; 1981



FOLDER : 55.

Press Releases: Italian Ecumenical Center; August 8, 9, 1983



FOLDER : 56.

Press Releases: Report from the United Committee For Disarmament and Peace, Comiso, Italy, published by U.S. Friends of Comiso; January 5, 19, March 15, 28, 1984



FOLDER : 57.

Proposal: Some Proposals for US - FOC Activities, June-December 1983, by Matteo G. Luccio; 1983



Reports



FOLDER : 58.

Cagnes and Capitummino and Luccio Tour: Summary Report, by Matteo G. Luccio; May 1983



FOLDER : 59.

Comiso Report, by Ben Thompson; December 1982



FOLDER : 60.

The Peace Movement, the Mafia and the Left in Sicily 1981-1982, by Rosanna M. Giammanco; draft, September 1982



FOLDER : 61.

Report on Trip to Comiso 30th August - 3rd September 1982, by Ben Thompson; September 1982



FOLDER : 62.

Report on the Violence at Comiso on Monday, August 8, 1983, by David Edward Tobin; undated



FOLDER : 63.

Summary Report of the September 13-18, 1982 Fact Finding Trip to Comiso, Italy, Clergy and Laity Concerned; September 1982



FOLDER : 64.

U.S. Friends of Comiso Coordinator's Report, and Interim Report to Financial Supporters; June 1983



FOLDER : 65.

Speech: Untitled, by Sister Marjorie Tuite, O.P.; at the Final Rally of the March Milan-Comiso, Comiso, Italy, December 18, 1982



FOLDER : 66.

Telex to U.S. Friends of Comiso concerning platform, rules and major events for International Meeting Against the Cruise; 1983



BOX 3.

Nuclear Disarmament: END - Statement



Nuclear Disarmament: END



Articles



FOLDER : 1.

Europe's Peace Movement: Topic or Target?, by William Sweet; in Columbia Journalism Review, September/October 1983



FOLDER : 2.

Keeping Cruise and Pershing II in America, by Bill Moyer; typed photocopy, undated



FOLDER : 3.

Letter to E.P. Thompson: Europe, Russia and the U.S. Missiles, and Solomon-Thompson Letters - II, by E.P. Thompson and Norman Solomon; in The Nation, April 16, June 11, 1983



FOLDER : 4.

The Making of the New Peace Movement in Hungary, by Ferenc Koszegi; carbon, undated



FOLDER : 5.

“Peace Group for Dialogue” in Hungary, by Ferenc Koszegi; carbon, undated



FOLDER : 6.

Untitled, by E. P. Thompson; carbon, undated



FOLDER : 7.

Budgets and contributions; 1981-1984



FOLDER : 8.

Clippings; 1981-1983, undated



Correspondence



FOLDER : 9.

1980



FOLDER : 10.

1981



FOLDER : 11.

1982



FOLDER : 12.

1983



FOLDER : 13.

1984, fragments



FOLDER : 14.

Unidentified



FOLDER : 15.

Lists of potential American donors; ca. 1981, 1983



FOLDER : 16.

Magazine: END, Journal of European Nuclear Disarmament; August-September 1983



FOLDER : 17.

Minutes of the meetings of the Coordinating Committee; January-April 1983



FOLDER : 18.

Misc.



Newsletters



FOLDER : 19.

Coping With Conflict, published by the International Peace Academy, Inc.; 1980/1981



FOLDER : 20.

East/West Outlook, published by American Committee on East/West Accord; July/August 1981



FOLDER : 21.

Pacific News Service; August 30, 1983



FOLDER : 22.

Welsh Nation; July 1982



FOLDER : 23.

Notes



FOLDER : 24.

Peace brochures



Proposals



FOLDER : 25.

Disarmament Research in Progress at the University of Sussex, by J. P. Perry Robinson; 1981



FOLDER : 26.

Proposal for Financial Support: Update: Addendum for Meeting of Stern Fund Board, by Dan Smith; 1982



FOLDER : 27.

Statement of Proposed Research in Washington, by Dr. Nigel Young; 1981



Reports



FOLDER : 28.

European Nuclear Disarmament: A Report for Friends of END in the United States, by Sheila Cooper; ca. 1982



FOLDER : 29.

Report from a Meeting of Peace Movements at Bonn, Germany; April 1983



FOLDER : 30.

Report on the European Nuclear Disarmament Movements, by Betsy Taylor; 1982



FOLDER : 31.

Secretary's Reports; January 26, 1983, May 1983, undated



FOLDER : 32.

Memo: National Scientists' Petition Campaign for a Comprehensive Test Ban, Downwinders to Wade Greene; February 15, 1983



FOLDER : 33.

Newsletter: Budget Bulletin, published by Coalition For A New Foreign and Military Policy; June 6, 1983



FOLDER : 34.

Newsletter: SANE World; June 1983



FOLDER : 35.

Pamphlet: A Guide to a C.T.B., Comprehensive Test Ban, Downwinders; undated



FOLDER : 36.

Petition: A New Declaration of Independence, author unidentified; 1983



Proposals



FOLDER : 37.

Adult Education Development Project, author unidentified; 1982



FOLDER : 38.

The Center for Education on Nuclear War, author unidentified; 1983



FOLDER : 39.

The Church and Economics, Northern California Ecumenical Council; 1983



FOLDER : 40.

Description of Research Project, by Dr. Nigel J. Young; undated



FOLDER : 41.

European Security Study, by Carroll L. Wilson; 1982



FOLDER : 42.

Fiscal Year 1984 Funding Request, by Dina Rasor and Joseph Burniece; for the Project on Military Procurement, with 1983 Annual Report, 1983



FOLDER : 43.

A Funding Proposal on Behalf of the International Peace Bureau, by Sean MacBride; ca. 1981



FOLDER : 44.

How To Prevent Nuclear War, by Jim Kirchner; 1982



FOLDER : 45.

Of Arms and Men: Perspectives on Issues and Choices in a Nuclear Age, by Martin Melkonian; undated



FOLDER : 46.

Proposal to Plan a Conference for Journalists on the Topic of Women and Defense, by Peter Goudinoff, Sheila Tobias and others; undated



FOLDER : 47.

A “Silence One Silo” Peace Encampment and Farm, Peacemakers; 1983



FOLDER : 48.

U.S. - Europeace Link, by Terry Provance; 1982



FOLDER : 49.

Report: Current Projects of the Roosevelt Center, Roosevelt Center for American Policy Studies; 1982



FOLDER : 50.

Treaty Proposal: Arms Control Versus General Security and Disarmament, by Marcus Raskin; undated



Pamphlets



FOLDER : 51.

The Illusion of Safety: An Investigative Project of the Foundation for National Progress and the Center for Investigative Reporting, by Mark Dowie, Douglas Foster, Carolyn Marshall, David Weir, and Jonathan King; undated



FOLDER : 52.

Memorial Service for James J. Storrow, Jr.: Memories and Tributes; January 28, 1984



Public Relations: Earl Newsom and Co.



FOLDER : 53.

Amended Business Certificate; August 1954



FOLDER : 54.

Amendments to Articles of Copartnership; 1948



FOLDER : 55.

Articles of Copartnership; 1946, 1949, 1953, 1954



FOLDER : 56.

Clippings; undated



FOLDER : 57.

Correspondence; 1945-1952, 1954, undated



FOLDER : 58.

Federal Income Tax Return forms; 1945-1951



FOLDER : 59.

Financial Statements Together With Auditors' Reports; 1949, 1951-1953



FOLDER : 60.

Income tax worksheets; 1945-1951



FOLDER : 61.

Memorandum for Earl Newsom and Co., re: incorporation of business; 1952



FOLDER : 62.

Memorandum on Partners' Capital Accounts; 1947



FOLDER : 63.

New York State Income Tax Return forms; 1944-1945, 1947-1951



FOLDER : 64.

Paper: Intellectuals and the Popular Taste, by Victor M. Ratner; 1953



FOLDER : 65.

Partnership Participation Schedule under the Amended Articles of Copartnership; 1949-1954



FOLDER : 66.

Report: Report of the Committee Appointed at February 6 Meeting of Public Relations Group; March 1950



FOLDER : 67.

Speech: Public Relations in the United States, by W. H. Ferry; at the Seminar for German journalists at the American Press Institute, Columbia University, August 21, 1951



FOLDER : 68.

Speech: Untitled, by W. H. Ferry; at Rice University Alumni Association, Houston, Texas, March 29, 1968



FOLDER : 69.

Statement: The Fourth Way: Resources of Hope for U.S. Organizers, by Richard Harmon; 1983





BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

1910 Born, December 17, Detroit, Michigan
1932 Received A.B. degree from Dartmouth College
1932-1933 Instructor at the Choate School
1933-1935 Newspaperman
1936 Director of publicity for Eastern Air Lines
1937 Married Jolyne Marie Gillier (divorced 1972)
1937-1941 Newspaperman
1942-1944 Chief investigator in New Hampshire for OPA
1940-1944 Consultant to the International Labor Organization
1944 Director of public relations, CIO-Political Action Committee
1945-1954 Partner, Earl Newsom and Co.
1954-1969 Vice President of the Center for Study of Democratic Institutions, Santa Barbara, California
1969 Foundations consultant; received L.H.D. degree from Starr King School, Berkeley, California
1973 Married Carol Underwood Bernstein; became co-executive of the Daniel J. Bernstein Foundation (defunct 1974)
1976-(1987) Philanthropist; active in nuclear disarmament and human rights movements
1982 Editor and contributor, Dartmouth Class of 1932 Reunion book, Warming Up For Fifty Years (WUFFY)
1984 Published Letters From Tom, in a limited edition
1985 Organized Exploratory Project on the Conditions of Peace (ExPro)

INTRODUCTION

THE PAPERS OF WILBUR HUGH FERRY IN THE DARTMOUTH COLLEGE LIBRARY

ADDENDUM FOUR

September 1987

The fourth addendum to the Papers of Wilbur Hugh Ferry was a gift to the Dartmouth College Library from Mr. Ferry in 1987. This new and valuable addition to the collection further chronicles Ferry's continuing commitment to the peace movement and to human rights.

Prior indices have described Ferry's activities with European Nuclear Disarmament (END) and the effort to stop the deployment of missiles in Comiso, Sicily. In 1985, Ferry organized a group entitled Exploratory Project on the Conditions of Peace (ExPro). ExPro's function is to explore the various ways in which wars may be averted, and to try to influence the government to implement peaceful solutions when international problems arise. The largest group of papers in this small collection have to do with ExPro and other peace activities.

Addendum Four occupies 5 boxes, or approximately 6.5 linear feet of shelf space. The materials consist of correspondence, clippings, articles, reports, pamphlets, scholarly papers, project proposals, newsletters and magazines. In addition to the papers concerning the peace movement, the collection includes materials covering such topics as civil and human rights, the Freedom of Information Act, and the founding of the East Asian History of Science, Inc., an organization supporting the work of scholar Joseph Needham.

No restrictions have been placed on the use of any of the materials in Addendum Four of the Ferry Papers. Further information concerning Wilbur Hugh Ferry may be found in Special Collections in the Dartmouth College Library.






BOX 1.

African Affairs - General Correspondence



African Affairs



FOLDER : 1.

Clippings; 1974, 1985



FOLDER : 2.

Correspondence; 1973-1974, 1978, 1980-1982, 1984-1985



FOLDER : 3.

Paper: Southern Africa: Dr. Crocker's Secret War, by Sean Gervasi; typescript, 1984



Civil/Human Rights



Articles



FOLDER : 4.

Assyrians on the Millstone, by Francis Sarguis and Benedict Beit-Ishoo; in The Nation, May 31, 1975



FOLDER : 5.

The D.C. Trip: What is Next for Assyrians?, by Francis Sarguis; typescript, 1977



FOLDER : 6.

Untitled, by Francis Sarguis; re: plight of Assyrian people after Kurdish-Iraqi war (1961-1976), carbon, undated



FOLDER : 7.

Clippings; 1979, 1984, undated



FOLDER : 8.

Correspondence; 1972-1979



FOLDER : 9.

Correspondence; 1980-1987



FOLDER : 10.

Magazine: Bet Nahrain, April 1975



FOLDER : 11.

Newsletter: The Washington Spectator, edited by Tristram Coffin; December 1, 1986



FOLDER : 12.

Paper: Inherent and Inalienable Rights: Jubilary Ethics and the Quest for Social and Ecological Justice in the United States, by Andrew Reding; typescript, 1983



FOLDER : 13.

Proposal: Center for the Study and Prevention of Insurgency, by John Seeley; typescript, undated



Dartmouth College



FOLDER : 14.

Article: But Don't Talk About It?, by Rob Eshman; in Dartmouth Alumni Magazine, undated



Book: Warming Up For Fifty Years



FOLDER : 15.

Correspondence; 1980-1985, undated



FOLDER : 16.

Essay: Prospects, by W. H. Ferry; draft, published copy, 1981-1982



FOLDER : 17.

Misc.



FOLDER : 18.

Newsletter: The 1932 Newsletter; January, February, April 1981



FOLDER : 19.

Reunion photographs; 1982



FOLDER : 20.

Reviews; 1982



FOLDER : 21.

General correspondence; 1982-1985



FOLDER : 22.

Newspaper: The Harbinger; February 9, April 20, May 4, 18, September 28, November 16, 1982, January 18, February 1, 15, March 1, April 26, 1983



Environment



Articles



FOLDER : 23.

Community Trusts Offer a Hopeful Way Back to the Land, by John Blackmore; in Smithsonian, June 1978



FOLDER : 24.

Discriminating Altruisms, by Garrett Hardin; in Zygon, June 1982



FOLDER : 25.

Follow-Up/Immigration Ethics; in World Issues, April-May 1978



FOLDER : 26.

Living on a Lifeboat, by Garrett Hardin; reprinted from BioScience, October 1974



FOLDER : 27.

Clippings; 1981, 1983, undated



FOLDER : 28.

Correspondence; 1976-1978, 1980-1986, undated



FOLDER : 29.

Newsletter: The Thoreau Society Bulletin, Fall 1984



Papers



FOLDER : 30.

An Ecolate View of the Human Predicament, by Garrett Hardin; working typescript, 1978



FOLDER : 31.

Issues Associated With Black Farmers and Rural Heir Property Owners: The Need for a Public Policy Response, by Joseph F. Brooks; typescript, 1983



FOLDER : 32.

The Limits of Sharing (The Future of Commonism), by Garrett Hardin; typescript, 1980



FOLDER : 33.

Making Error Creative, by Garrett Hardin; typescript, 1968



FOLDER : 34.

Managing the Medical Commons, by Garrett Hardin; typescript, 1980



FOLDER : 35.

The Power of Decision, by Garrett Hardin; typescript, 1982



FOLDER : 36.

Statement of Purpose and Objectives for Improving Federal Assistance and Coordinating Services Among Small Farmers and Disadvantaged Landowners in the Rural Southeast, by the Emergency Land Fund; photocopy, 1977



FOLDER : 37.

The Status of Black Owned Farm Land in the United States, by the Division of Church and Society, National Council of Churches; typescript, 1983



FOLDER : 38.

The Tragedy of the Commons in the 80's, by Garret Hardin; typescript, 1982



FOLDER : 39.

Report: ELF Report 11/8/74 to 11/15/74, author unidentified; typescript, 1974



Foundations



FOLDER : 40.

Agendas and Minutes of Combined Quarterly Meetings of Members and Board of Directors of the East Asian History of Science, Inc.; 1980-1982



FOLDER : 41.

Article: Big Government, Little Philanthropy, by Kathleen Hallahan; in Foundation News, March-April 1985



FOLDER : 42.

Article: Robinson College, by C. O. Brink; typescript, undated



FOLDER : 43.

Certificate of Incroporation, and By-Laws of East Asian History of Science, Inc.; 1978



FOLDER : 44.

Clippings; 1979, 1985-1986



FOLDER : 45.

Correspondence; 1971-1979



FOLDER : 46.

Correspondence; 1980-1986



FOLDER : 47.

East Asian History of Science, Inc.; misc. materials



FOLDER : 48.

Essay: The Dove, by Katharine W. Tremaine; typescript, undated



FOLDER : 49.

Financial reports, East Asian History of Science, Inc.; 1981



FOLDER : 50.

Information about completed transactions, Sunflower Foundation; February-July 1972



FOLDER : 51.

Interview: Honorary Taoist - Joseph Needham Talks to Elizabeth Gard and David Wilson; reprinted from The Listener, June 26, 1969



FOLDER : 52.

Magazine: Modern Haiku; Vol. V, No. 3, 1974



FOLDER : 53.

Minutes of the Board of Directors of the Sunflower Foundation; 1972



FOLDER : 54.

Pamphlet: CREO Annual Report, by CREO, Inc.; 1972



FOLDER : 55.

Pamphlet: A Special Birthday Celebration and Testimonial Dinner in Honor of Kit Tremaine, Legal Defense Center, Inc.; 1986



FOLDER : 56.

Photographs of East Asian History of Science Library, Cambridge, England; 1978



FOLDER : 57.

Proposal: A Proposal for an East Asian History of Science Research Institute, by East Asian History of Science, Inc.; with draft of Appendices, undated



FOLDER : 58.

Proposals to the Board of Directors of the East Asian History of Science, Inc.; 1981-1982



General Correspondence



FOLDER : 59.

Clippings; 1982-1986



FOLDER : 60.

1973-1982



FOLDER : 61.

1983-1984



FOLDER : 62.

1985-1987, undated, unidentified



BOX 2.

Intelligence Agencies - Peace Activities



Intelligence Agencies



FOLDER : 1.

Article: A Lawyer's View of One Freedom of Information Case, by Charles L. Mandelstam; typescript, ca. 1978



FOLDER : 2.

Article: Sabotaging the Dissident Press, by Angus McKenzie; in Columbia Journalism Review, March-April 1981



FOLDER : 3.

Correspondence; 1974-1979



FOLDER : 4.

Correspondence; 1980-1987



FOLDER : 5.

Pamphlet: The New State Repression, by Ken Lawrence; 1985



FOLDER : 6.

Merton, Thomas: correspondence in regard to W. H. Ferry's book, Letters From Tom; 1983-1985



Peace Activities



Articles



FOLDER : 7.

Afghanistan Crisis and American Brainwashing, by John Somerville; carbon, undated



FOLDER : 8.

The Anti-Missile Movement on a New Stage, by Y. Zukov; in Pravda, March 11, 1984, typed copy



FOLDER : 9.

Arms Bazaar, by Robert C. Johansen; in Harper's, May 1979, photocopy



FOLDER : 10.

An Assessment of Nuclear Crises, by John Steinbruner; from The Dangerous Nuclear War, edited by Franklyn Griffiths and John C. Polanyi; University of Toronto Press, undated



FOLDER : 11.

Breaking the Nuclear Deadlock: Forging a Preservative Defense, by Mark Sommer; in Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, August-September 1983, photocopy



FOLDER : 12.

The Contemporary Significance of the American Declaration of Independence, by John Somerville; source unidentified, undated



FOLDER : 13.

A Cry for Help from Vietnam, by Laura Hassler; reprinted from Fellowship, September 1973



FOLDER : 14.

Democracy in a Changing World, by Erich Kahler; from In the Name of Life: Essays in Honor of Erich Fromm, edited by Bernard Landis, Edward S. Tauber, with Erica Landis; Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1971, photocopy



FOLDER : 15.

Disinventing Nuclear War, by Everett Mendelsohn; reprinted from The Antiochan, Fall 1984, photocopy



FOLDER : 16.

Dorothy Day, by James Forest; typescript, undated



FOLDER : 17.

Election Analysis, by Jerome Grossman; typescript, 1986



FOLDER : 18.

A Fatal Disease, by Chandler Smith; typescript, 1985



FOLDER : 19.

First Things First, by John Somerville; carbon, undated



FOLDER : 20.

Hope, from Against the State of Nuclear Terror, by Joel Kovel; South End Press, 1984



FOLDER : 21.

How Would the U.S. Survive a Nuclear War? Don't Worry, Our People are Working on the Problem Right Now, by Ed Zuckerman; in Esquire, March 1982, photocopy



FOLDER : 22.

Is There a Way Out?, in Harper's, undated



FOLDER : 23.

The Making of a Global Physician, by George Margolis, M.D.; reprinted from Dartmouth Medical School Alumni Magazine, Fall 1983



FOLDER : 24.

Nuclear Omnicide, by John Somerville; in The Churchman, August-September 1979



FOLDER : 25.

The Nuclear Reality: Beyond Niebuhr and the Just War, by Kermit D. Johnson; in The Christian Century, October 13, 1982, photocopy



FOLDER : 26.

Of Peace and Policy: A Conversation with a Former Army Chief of Chaplains, Kermit D. Johnson with Richard K. Taylor; reprinted from Sojourners, October 1983



FOLDER : 27.

A Perilous Sense of Security, by Jerome Weisner; in The Boston Globe Magazine, October 7, 1984, photocopy



FOLDER : 28.

The Problem of War - And What to Do About It, by Beverly Woodward; typescript, undated



FOLDER : 29.

Redefining Peace, by Michael Nagler; in Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, November 1984, photocopy



FOLDER : 30.

The San Francisco Charter, by A. J. Muste; in Fellowship, August 1945



FOLDER : 31.

Transarmament 2000: The Spirit and the Strategy, by Arthur Waskow; in Tikkun, Premiere Issue, Vol. I, No. 1, undated



FOLDER : 32.

What is Peace Studies Really About?, by Robert R. Holt and David Zwanziger; typescript, 1985



FOLDER : 33.

Who Gets Saved?, by Howard L. Rosenberg; in The Washingtonian, November 1982, photocopy



Book: Beyond the Bomb, by Mark Sommer



FOLDER : 34.

Contract between ExPro (publisher) and The Talman Co., Inc. (distributor) for sale and distribution of all ExPro Press products; photocopy, undated



FOLDER : 35.

First version of book; 1984



FOLDER : 36.

Floppy disks; three sets, undated



FOLDER : 37.

Foreword, by Kenneth Boulding; typescript, carbon, undated



FOLDER : 38.

Misc.



FOLDER : 39.

Second version of book; undated



FOLDER : 40.

Third version of book; undated



FOLDER : 41.

Title page; undated



FOLDER : 42.

Book chapter: Hello Aristotle, by H. Richards; first draft, typescript, book unidentified, undated



Book proposals



FOLDER : 43.

Beyond Control: Making Disarmament Possible, by Michael H. Shuman; outline, prospectus, undated



FOLDER : 44.

Living Without Nuclear Weapons: Reason and Madness in the Age of Exterminism, by Boston Nuclear Study Group; preliminary outline, 1983



FOLDER : 45.

The War Chain: The Planned Causes of Nuclear War, by Boston Nuclear Study Group; chapter outline and draft prospectus, 1984



FOLDER : 46.

Book Review: Greener Pastures, by Kirkpatrick Sale; review of Green Politics: The Global Promise, by Fritjof Capra and Charlene Spretnak; in The Nation, June 23, 1984



FOLDER : 47.

Call for candidates for the Grenville Clark Prize, October 22, 1973, and Progress Report of the Grenville Clark Fund, Autumn 1975



FOLDER : 48.

Clippings; 1978-1979, 1981-1986, undated



FOLDER : 49.

Correspondence; 1972-1977



FOLDER : 50.

Correspondence; 1978-1979



FOLDER : 51.

Correspondence; 1980-1981



FOLDER : 52.

Correspondence; 1982



FOLDER : 53.

Correspondence; 1983 A-L



FOLDER : 54.

Correspondence; 1983 M-W



FOLDER : 55.

Correspondence; 1984 A-F



FOLDER : 56.

Correspondence; 1984 G-J



BOX 3.

Peace Activities (cont.)



Correspondence (cont.)



FOLDER : 1.

1984 K-R



FOLDER : 2.

1984 S-Z



FOLDER : 3.

1985 A-M



FOLDER : 4.

1985 N-Y



FOLDER : 5.

1986



FOLDER : 6.

Undated, unidentified



FOLDER : 7.

Design for ExPro brochure; ca. 1985



FOLDER : 8.

Draft of a tentative 2-year plan for ExPro, by Dietrich Fischer; 1985



FOLDER : 9.

ExPro statements of principle; undated



FOLDER : 10.

Information packet concerning the Italian Ecumenical Center, Rome, Italy, 1982



FOLDER : 11.

Information packet concerning the Union of American and Japanese Professionals Against Nuclear Omnicide; 1979



FOLDER : 12.

Information sheets re: Comiso, Sicily, written in German and Italian; 1982, undated



FOLDER : 13.

Invitation to join ExPro in inventing a world beyond the Bomb; drafts, final versions, undated



FOLDER : 14.

Magazine: Intervention, A Journal on War and Peace and the Vietnam Experience; Winter 1985



FOLDER : 15.

Magazine: Manas; September 12, 1984



FOLDER : 16.

Memo: Preparing for Peace, Alternative Defense Commission; May 1983, photocopy



FOLDER : 17.

Minutes of the First Meeting on Alternatives to Present Defense Policy, The Century Club, New York; 1983



FOLDER : 18.

Minutes of Meetings of ExPro's Committee of the Whole, Executive Committee and Publications Committee; 1985



FOLDER : 19.

Minutes of the Meetings of ExPro held at Stony Point conference center, Stony Point, New York; 1984, 1985



FOLDER : 20.

Misc.



Newsletters



FOLDER : 21.

Center Peace, published by Center on Law and Pacifism; July-August 1981, photocopy



FOLDER : 22.

Dandelion, published by Movement for a New Society; Fall 1974



FOLDER : 23.

The Defense Monitor, published by The Center for Defense Information; Vol. XII, No. 3, 1983



FOLDER : 24.

Facts For Action, sponsored by Kansas City Fellowship of Reconciliation and Methodist Peace Fellowship; February-March, April 1982



FOLDER : 25.

Groundswell, published by Nuclear Information and Resource Service; May-June 1982



FOLDER : 26.

The KRC Letter, published by Richard J. Crohn; September 1985



FOLDER : 27.

Macroscope, published by The Institute for World Order; Spring 1978



FOLDER : 28.

NTC News, published by Italian Ecumenical News Agency, Rome; January-February 1982



FOLDER : 29.

The Nuclear Resister, published by National No-Nukes Prison Support Collective; July 18, 1986



FOLDER : 30.

Pershing Plowshares Newsletter, published by Pershing Plowshares Support Committee; August-September 1984



FOLDER : 31.

The President's Letter, published by the Institute of Noetic Sciences; October 1984



FOLDER : 32.

United States Pacifist Party Report, published by United States Pacifist Party; January 15, 1984



FOLDER : 33.

World Peacemakers, published by World Peacemakers; Fall 1979



FOLDER : 34.

Notes



FOLDER : 35.

Notes on October 26, 1981 meeting, New York Yacht Club, on nuclear war and the European theatre; 1981



Pamphlets



FOLDER : 36.

Bibliografia Su Droga e Tossicodipendenza, a cura di Maurizio Crispi, Vincenzo Masini e Umberto Santino; Centro Siciliano di Documentazione Giuseppe Impastato, 1982



FOLDER : 37.

The Crisis: The True Story About How the World Almost Ended, by John Somerville; 1976



FOLDER : 38.

Diritti Umani e Disarmo, Uno Scambio di Lettere tra E. P. Thompson e Vaclav Racek; Centro Siciliano di Documentazione Giuseppe Impastato, ca. 1981



FOLDER : 39.

Grenville Clark 1882-1967, by J. Garry Clifford; undated



FOLDER : 40.

The Grenville Clark Papers at Dartmouth College; undated



FOLDER : 41.

No Ai Missili, No Alla Guerra, Documenti Sulla Manifestazione dell' 11-10-1981 a Comiso, Ila Palma, copyright CUDIP-Comiso 1981



FOLDER : 42.

Nonviolence: Gandhi and the Minority Struggles, by Devi Prasad; with original paper, 1981



FOLDER : 43.

Nonviolent Nationalism, by Gwynfor Evans; 1973



FOLDER : 44.

Obiettivo Comiso, Centro Siciliano di Documentazione Giuseppe Impastato; 1982



FOLDER : 45.

The Origins of the World Government Movement: The Dublin Conference and After, by John F. Bantell; reprinted from Research Studies 42 (1), March 1974



FOLDER : 46.

Prima Che Sia Troppo Tardi, Associazione Culturale “B. Brecht,” Comiso, Sicily; 1982



Papers



FOLDER : 47.

Attacks on a Preservative Defense: Challenges to the Concept, by Mark Sommer; typescript, undated



FOLDER : 48.

Can Decency Guide the Quest for Peace?, by Richard Falk; typescript, 1984



FOLDER : 49.

The Club of Rome and Today's Concerns About Peace, by John E. Fobes; at Seminar on “Non-Violent Society: Peace and Disarmament,” The Club of Rome, Helsinki, Finland, July 12, 1984



FOLDER : 50.

Dissuasion: Toward an Active Peace Policy, by Dietrich Fischer; typescript, 1985



FOLDER : 51.

First Thoughts About Problems Facing ExPro, by George Rathjens; photocopy, 1985



FOLDER : 52.

Gandhi and the Indian Renaissance, by Devi Prasad; photocopy, ca. 1982



FOLDER : 53.

Just War and Nuclear Deterrence, by Kermit D. Johnson; typescript, undated



FOLDER : 54.

A New Partnership?, by Elise Boulding; at Bellagio Conference on Nuclear War: Consequences and Prevention, location unidentified, undated



FOLDER : 55.

Notes on Spinning Peace Scenarios, by Mark Sommer; photocopy, 1985



FOLDER : 56.

The Oxford Research Group Project for Public Participation to Affect Nuclear Weapons Decision-Making, by Scilla McLean; at 10th International Conference of the International Peace Research Association, Gyor, Hungary, August 29-September 2, 1983



FOLDER : 57.

Peace Education or Education for Peace, by Devi Prasad; photocopy, 1981



FOLDER : 58.

Planning for Sustained Community, by Gar Alperovitz; at Symposium on the Proposed Pastoral Letter of the National Conference of Catholic Bishops, University of Notre Dame, December 12-14, 1983



FOLDER : 59.

Redefining the “National Interest,” by Robert Irwin; typescript, 1982



FOLDER : 60.

Scientific-Technological Progress and the New Problem of Preventing the Annihilation of the Human World, by John Somerville; at the 16th World Congress of Philosophy, Dusseldorf, 1978



FOLDER : 61.

The Social Imagination and the Crisis of Human Futures: A North American Perspective, by Elise Boulding; for United Nations Symposium on “Crisis, Culture and Innovation in the Western World', Milan, November 2-5, 1982



FOLDER : 62.

The Superpowers as Security Partners, by Robert C. Tucker; photocopy, 1984



FOLDER : 63.

Taming the Beast: Towards a Defense Without Threats, by Mark Sommer; photocopy, 1983



FOLDER : 64.

The Technician Mentality and Nuclear Policy, by Kermit D. Johnson; typescript, undated



FOLDER : 65.

To Provide for the Common Defense: An American Approach to Alternative Security, by Mark Sommer; typescript, 1983



FOLDER : 66.

Toward a Dependable Peace: A Proposal for an Appropriate Security System, by Robert C. Johansen; photocopy, 1978



FOLDER : 67.

Untitled, draft revision of papers by Gordon Feller and Dan Carlson, by Mark Sommer; photocopy, 1985



FOLDER : 68.

The U.S. Freeze Campaign: Where It Has Been, Where It Is Going, and Potential for U.S.-European Coordination, by Melinda Fine and Pam Solo; typescript, ca. 1984



Plays



FOLDER : 69.

Dunbar's Bremen, a Morality Play in One Act on the Use of Tactical Nuclear Weapons, by James A. Stegenga; in Christianity and Crisis, January 19, 1981



FOLDER : 70.

The Last Inquest: A Preventable Nightmare in One Act, by John Somerville; typescript, undated



FOLDER : 71.

Press Release: Citizens Party Calls on Cities to Withdraw from Civil Defense, Reveals Reagan Copied Carter Program, Citizens Party National Office, Washington; June 17, 1982



FOLDER : 72.

Press Release: Moving Beyond Deterrence: The Political and Technological Challenge, The Lawyers Committee on Nuclear Policy; March 25, 1985



Proposals



FOLDER : 73.

Alternative European Futures, by Jane M. O. Sharp; Cornell Peace Studies Program, Cornell University, 1984



FOLDER : 74.

Common Security: A New Approach to the Defence of Europe, by Defence Research Trust; 1984



FOLDER : 75.

Common Security Program, by Defence Research Trust; preliminary draft, 1984



FOLDER : 76.

Democracy and Peace in the Nuclear Age, by Oxford Research Group; undated



FOLDER : 77.

Dissident American Military Officers, by Miles D. Wolpin; ca. 1986



FOLDER : 78.

A Draft Proposal for a Canadian Independent Alternative Security Commission, by Ann Gertler; 1985



FOLDER : 79.

For the Sake of World Peace: Information About the Proposed Peace Pagoda in Leverett, Mass., by the Buddhist Order, Nipponzan Myohoji; ca. 1984



FOLDER : 80.

Global Village Documentary Proposal: AVCO Plowshares on Trial, Global Village; ca. 1983



FOLDER : 81.

The Grenville Clark Project for Disarmament, Abolition of the War System, and Promotion of a Just World Order, Institute for World Order; 1977



FOLDER : 82.

NIRS Implementation and Operation, Nuclear Information and Resource Service; 1978



FOLDER : 83.

Place of Peace, by Kalanit Barson; 1985



BOX 4.

Peace Activities (cont.) - Public Interest Groups



Peace Activities (cont.)



Proposals (cont.)



FOLDER : 1.

The Press and the Bomb, by Robert Karl Manoff; ca. 1984



FOLDER : 2.

Proposal for an Exploratory Project on the Conditions of Peace, by Dietrich Fischer, W. H. Ferry and Mark Sommer; draft, final version, 1984



FOLDER : 3.

Proposal for a Nuclear Information and Resource Service, by Stanley A. Weiss; 1978



FOLDER : 4.

Proposal for a Reader on Independent Peace Groups in Eastern Europe and the U.S.S.R., Campaign for Peace and Democracy/East and West; undated



FOLDER : 5.

A Proposal to Establish an Alternative Security Commission for the United States, by Mark Sommer; 1983



FOLDER : 6.

Proposal to Stimulate Debate and Activity on the Subject of Nuclear Disarmament in France, Oxford Research Group; ca. 1984



FOLDER : 7.

Protection from Nuclear Threats: A Proposed Alternative, by Richard Wendell Fogg; 1982



FOLDER : 8.

The Religion in Politics Reporter: Proposal for a Washington Newsletter on Religious Politics, by Arthur Waskow; undated



FOLDER : 9.

The Sussex Armament and Disarmament Group, Science Policy Research Unit; undated



FOLDER : 10.

A Tax Resistance/Transfer Proposal, Disarmament/Development Transnational; 1978



FOLDER : 11.

Threshold 2000: A Plan for Year I of a Campaign to Eliminate Nuclear Weapons by the Year 2000, by Arthur Waskow; undated



FOLDER : 12.

Toward an Alternative International Security System, by Carolyn M. Stephenson; undated



FOLDER : 13.

Toward Peace in the Middle East, Fellowship of Reconciliation; 1976



FOLDER : 14.

An Unofficial U.S.-Soviet Exploration of the Prospects for Detente, by Arthur Macy Cox; undated



FOLDER : 15.

The War Chain, author unidentified; ca. 1983



FOLDER : 16.

Why Not Me?: A Paradigm for Social Responsibility, by George Margolis, M.D.; 1984



Reports



FOLDER : 17.

Business Executives for National Security: Proceedings Board of Directors Meeting and Planning Conference, Denver, Colorado, September 29-30, 1984; with Executive Summary: The Turning Point - Tooling Up for Results, by Larry K. Smith; 1984



FOLDER : 18.

Comiso Peace Event - Pentecost 1982, by Joel McClellan; 1982



FOLDER : 19.

Defense Dialogue Group: Summary of Activities March-June 1983, by Toby Moffett; 1983



FOLDER : 20.

Exploratory Project on the Conditions of Peace: Grant Report for Youth Project 1985; 1985



FOLDER : 21.

The Oxford Research Group - Evaluation of the Pilot Project, by Scilla McLean; 1984



FOLDER : 22.

Peace Efforts in Italy: Report on Comiso, Italian Ecumenical Center; 1982



FOLDER : 23.

Perugia Convention END, A Personal View, by Bruce Kent, Jane Mayes, Meg Beresford, Hugh Baldwin; 1984



FOLDER : 24.

Progress Report from the Program on Nonviolent Sanctions, Center for International Affairs, Harvard University, by Robert Irwin, with Philip Bogdonoff and Gene Sharp; 1985



FOLDER : 25.

Report on the Peace Movement at the Grassroots, by Margaret E. Gage; 1985



FOLDER : 26.

Report on the Third Annual IPS U.S.-Soviet Exchange, by Marcus Raskin; 1984



FOLDER : 27.

Report on U.S. Lecture Tour, 25th October - 20th November 1983, by Michael Randle; 1983



FOLDER : 28.

Summary Report: November-December 1982 Working Visit to Austria, by Richard Jacobs; 1983



FOLDER : 29.

Three Mile Island - Where Do We Go From Here?, Nuclear Information and Resource Service; 1979



Speeches



FOLDER : 30.

After Cruise: A View from Europe, by Dan Smith; at Hampshire College, Amherst, Mass., March 5, 1985



FOLDER : 31.

Faith and Disarmament, by Archbishop Raymond G. Hunthausen; at Pacific Northwest Synod for the Lutheran Church in America, Tacoma, Washington, June 12, 1981



FOLDER : 32.

Initiatives for Peace and Security, by Pierre Trudeau; House of Commons, Ottawa, Canada, February 9, 1984



FOLDER : 33.

Speech to Western States Funders Meeting, by Wayne T. Jaquith; Berkeley, California, February 14, 1985



FOLDER : 34.

Ten Strategies in Search of a Movement, by Mark Sommer; at Western States Peace and Security Funders Meeting, Berkeley, California, February 14, 1985



FOLDER : 35.

Third World Perspectives on the Peace Movement, by Dr. John Cato; occasion unidentified, undated



Stories



FOLDER : 36.

A Narrow Escape, by Dietrich Fischer; typescript, 1984



FOLDER : 37.

One Ordinary Citizen's Journey into the Year 2010, by Philomena Ahn-ja Fischer; typescript, 1984



FOLDER : 38.

2010: A Peace Odyssey, by Mark Sommer; typescript, undated



FOLDER : 39.

Transcript: The Grenville Clark Dinner: Transcript of Informal Speeches; The University Club, November 19, 1973



Public Interest Groups



Articles



FOLDER : 40.

American Indian USA, by William Brandon; typescript, undated



FOLDER : 41.

DNA, by Jeremy Rifkin; reprinted from Mother Jones, February-March 1977



FOLDER : 42.

George Kistiakowsky: Champion of Arms Control; in Chemical and Engineering News, February 2, 1981



FOLDER : 43.

The Indian World, by William Brandon; in Penthouse, undated



FOLDER : 44.

Manuel Chavez Story, by Tom Barry; typescript, 1978



FOLDER : 45.

Out of Left Field, and Political Wreckers, by Rael Jean Isaac; in Barron's, July 1, 1980, reprinted from Midstream, A Monthly Jewish Review, undated



FOLDER : 46.

Water Rights: Life or Death for the American Indian, by William H. Veeder; from The Second Convocation of American Indian Scholars, undated



FOLDER : 47.

The Youth Project: Seeding a Grassroots Revival, by Karin Abarbanel; reprinted from Foundation News, undated



FOLDER : 48.

Book Review: We Shall Overcome?, by Leslie Dunbar; a review of From Brown to Bakke: The Supreme Court and School Integration 1954-1978, by J. Harvie Wilkinson III, in The Virginia Quarterly Review, undated



FOLDER : 49.

Clippings; originals and photocopies, 1974, 1977-1985, undated



Correspondence



FOLDER : 50.

1970-1973



FOLDER : 51.

1974-1975



FOLDER : 52.

1976-1977



FOLDER : 53.

1978-1979



FOLDER : 54.

1980-1981



FOLDER : 55.

1982-1983



FOLDER : 56.

1984-1985



FOLDER : 57.

1986, undated, unidentified



BOX 5.

Public Interest Groups (cont.) - Special Correspondents



Public Interest Groups (cont.)



FOLDER : 1.

Grant recommendations for Bread and Butter Fund



FOLDER : 2.

Journal of official trip to South Korea with Admiral Gene LaRocque, by Leslie Dunbar; typescript, 1975



FOLDER : 3.

List of participants in a conference entitled “Technology: Over the Invisible Line?”; 1980



FOLDER : 4.

Magazine: Seven Days, published by the Institute for New Communications; June 2, 1975



FOLDER : 5.

Memorial to Sidney Lens; typescript, undated



FOLDER : 6.

Minutes of meetings of the Citizens Committee; June 28, July 17, 1979



Newsletters



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The Defense Monitor, published by Center for Defense Information; September 1, 1973



FOLDER : 8.

The DuPont Case Newsletter (III), by Jerry Zilg and Charlotte Deaselt; undated



FOLDER : 9.

Planners Network, published by Chester Hartman; January 20, April 2, June 18, 1976



FOLDER : 10.

The Powerbreaker, published by New Mexico People and Energy; September 1980



FOLDER : 11.

Pamphlet: The Youth Project Annual Report 1982-1983, prepared by John H. Alschuler and Karen Paget; 1983



FOLDER : 12.

Paper: Energy and Politics, by Robert Engler; at the American Association for the Advancement of Science, “Controlling the Energy Delta” Program, San Francisco, February 25, 1974



FOLDER : 13.

Paper: Toward A Citizens Party, author unidentified; draft and final copy, undated



Proposals



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The Center for Foreign Journalists, by Thomas Winship; ca. 1985



FOLDER : 15.

Entropy: A New World View, by Peoples Business Commission; 1979



FOLDER : 16.

Grass Roots Fundraising Books, by Joan Flanagan; undated



FOLDER : 17.

A New Project Within the Fund for Peace, author unidentified; undated



FOLDER : 18.

A Proposal Concerning Unattached Community Organizations, by W. H. Ferry; undated



FOLDER : 19.

Proposal for a Weekly News Magazine, Institute for New Communications; undated



FOLDER : 20.

Proposal to the New World Foundation, by Paul Wellstone, with documentation concerning Wellstone's academic credentials and tenure controversy at Carleton College; 1974, 1976, undated



FOLDER : 21.

The William O. Douglas Inquiry into the State of Individual Freedom, author unidentified; 1982



Reports



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Activity Summaries, by Don Devereux, on use of Bread and Butter Fund monies; 1975, 1976, 1982, 1984



FOLDER : 23.

Bread and Butter Fund reports; 1971, 1976



FOLDER : 24.

NMPE Principles; author unidentified; 1979



FOLDER : 25.

Speech: Labor's Lost Votes and Voice, by Senator Lee Metcalf; on the floor of the U.S. Senate, undated



FOLDER : 26.

Statement: Regional Young Adult Project IRS Protest, prepared by Thomas Silk; 1982



Special Correspondents



Thomas R. Asher



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Asher/Ozick controversy; correspondence, clippings, 1978



FOLDER : 28.

Correspondence; 1974-1975, 1978-1981



FOLDER : 29.

Paper: Public Needs and Private Philanthropy - The Basic Questions, by Thomas R. Asher; photocopy, 1975



Stephen S. Baratz



FOLDER : 30.

Article: When Is A Changed State Not A Changed State? When A Theory of Mechanics Persists In the Face of a Theory of Relativity, by Stephen S. Baratz; undated



FOLDER : 31.

Correspondence; 1970-1971, 1974-1976, 1980, 1982



FOLDER : 32.

Curriculum vitae; undated



FOLDER : 33.

Proposal: Information Watch, by Stephen S. Baratz; undated



FOLDER : 34.

Proposal: A Proposal to Support Early Development of an Economic Theory Based Upon Einstein's Model of the Universe, by Stephen S. Baratz; 1980



Jock Campbell (Lord Campbell of Eskan)



FOLDER : 35.

Correspondence; 1954, 1973-1979



FOLDER : 36.

Correspondence; 1980-1985



FOLDER : 37.

Report: Social and Political Trends, author unidentified; with Notes of Discussion with Lord Campbell; 1970



Bertrand de Juvenal



FOLDER : 38.

Article: Back to Basics: The Concrete Economy, by Bertrand de Juvenal; in The Futurist, June 1980



FOLDER : 39.

Article: A Letter to Walter Heller on the Inadequacy of Economics, by Bertrand de Juvenal; photocopy, 1975



FOLDER : 40.

Correspondence; 1973-1976, 1978, 1980



Henry Geiger



FOLDER : 41.

Article: Untitled, by W. H. Ferry; photocopy, 1977



FOLDER : 42.

Correspondence; 1973-1980, 1982-1987



FOLDER : 43.

Magazine: Manas; August 18, 1965, April 21, 28, September 15, 1976, October 16, 1985, February 26, April 2, November 5, 1986



FOLDER : 44.

Transcript: Unfinished Odyssey: Remarks of Stringfellow Barr and Scott Buchanan at a Party Held in Their Honor at Briarcliff Manor, New York, May 31, 1958; photocopy, 1963



Natalie Bodanya Gorman



FOLDER : 45.

Clippings; undated



FOLDER : 46.

Correspondence; 1974-1979, 1981-1982, undated



FOLDER : 47.

References and resume; 1982



Crane Haussamen



FOLDER : 48.

Correspondence; 1974-1982, 1984-1986



John Holt



FOLDER : 49.

Article: Looking for Life, Neglecting the Living, by John Holt; in Skeptic, undated



FOLDER : 50.

Article: A Promise to the Oriole by John Wallace; in the Co Evolution Quarterly, Winter 1978/1979



FOLDER : 51.

Article: Space, by John Holt; photocopy, 1976



FOLDER : 52.

Article: Space Colonies: Comments on O'Neill's Space Colonies, by John Holt; in The Co Evolution Quarterly, March 20, 1976



FOLDER : 53.

Catalogue: Beacon Hill Free School, Winter 1975



FOLDER : 54.

Clippings; 1984-1985



FOLDER : 55.

Correspondence; 1972-1979



FOLDER : 56.

Correspondence; 1980-1985



FOLDER : 57.

Magazine: Growing Without Schooling, published by Holt Associates, Inc., Boston; Nos. 1 (inc.), 2, 3, 20, 29, 35, 1977, undated



Benjamin H. Kean



FOLDER : 58.

Book Review: Tropical Medicine and Parasitology, edited by Benjamin H. Kean, M.D., Kenneth E. Mott, M.D., and Adair J. Russell; photocopies, 1978-1979



FOLDER : 59.

Clippings; 1980



FOLDER : 60.

Correspondence; 1977-1980



FOLDER : 61.

Report: International Conference on the Diarrhea of Travellers - New Directions in Research - Summary of Proceedings, prepared by Benjamin H. Kean and Sherwood L. Gorbach; November 29-30, 1976



Frank Keegan



FOLDER : 62.

Article: Cacotopias and Utopias, A Conversation, with W. H. Ferry, Michael Harrington and Frank L. Keegan; published by the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, 1965



FOLDER : 63.

Article: On Grading College Presidents: The John Silber Case at Boston University, by Frank Keegan; photocopy, 1976



FOLDER : 64.

Brief: Francis L. Keegan, Plaintiff, vs. Board of Trustees of State Colleges, William E. Aubuchon, Jr., Sylvia K. Burack, et. al.... Defendants; United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts; undated



FOLDER : 65.

Clippings; 1974, 1979, 1982-1983, undated



FOLDER : 66.

Correspondence; 1973-1980, 1982-1987



FOLDER : 67.

Essay: Letter to My Dead Brother, by Frank Keegan; typescript, 1972



FOLDER : 68.

Essay: Some Natural Tears - My Love Letters to the Dead, by Frank Keegan; typescript, 1984



FOLDER : 69.

Grant applications: National Endowment for the Humanities, and National Humanities Center; 1982, 1983



FOLDER : 70.

Lecture: Blacktown, U.S.A. Revisited: America's Urban Plantations from the 1960's to 1980's, by Frank Keegan; photocopy, 1983



FOLDER : 71.

Lecture outlines: Contrasts in Color, and The Guyana Nobody Knows; undated



FOLDER : 72.

Poetry: About A Nickel's Worth of Pomes, Pennyeach, by Frank Keegan; photocopy, 1962, 1970, 1974, undated



FOLDER : 73.

Speech: Speech Delivered by Robert M. Hutchins before the Young Democratic Clubs in Chicago, Illinois, June 27, 1932; photocopy, 1983



Alfred Knopf



FOLDER : 74.

Article: The Best Publisher of the 20th Century, by Alastair Cooke; in The Listener, September 6, 1984



FOLDER : 75.

Correspondence; 1981-1984



Arthur Marshall



FOLDER : 76.

Clippings; 1977, 1981



FOLDER : 77.

Correspondence; 1977-1981, 1983, 1985-1987



Kenneth Millar (Ross MacDonald)



FOLDER : 78.

Article: Ross MacDonald: The Man Behind the Mysteries, by Brad Darrach; source unidentified, ca. 1974



FOLDER : 79.

Clippings; 1983



FOLDER : 80.

Correspondence; 1973-1978, 1980, 1983



FOLDER : 81.

Pamphlet: Kenneth Millar 1915-1983, by Ralph B. Sipper; 1983



Mary Leland O'Shea



FOLDER : 82.

Clippings; 1973-1974, 1977



FOLDER : 83.

Correspondence; 1971-1983



FOLDER : 84.

Photographs; 1975-1976, 1978, 1980, undated



FOLDER : 85.

Press Release: The Everyman Playhouse, Cork, Ireland; August 13, 1974



FOLDER : 86.

Story: Displaced Persons, by Mary Leland; in The Cork Review, March 1981



James Real



FOLDER : 87.

Correspondence; 1974-1982





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