The Papers of Waldo Chamberlin at Dartmouth CollegeWMAN ML-68

Descriptive Summary

Creator: Chamberlin, Waldo
Title Remainder: Papers. 1945-1986
Dates: 1945-1986
Identification: ML-68





CHRONOLOGY

1905 Born October 13, in Rockford, Illinois, to Daniel and Elizabeth Chamberlin.
1927 A.B., University of Washington.
1928-1936 Worked in shipping and exporting business in Seattle, San Francisco, and Alaska.
1936 A.M., University of Washington.
1937-1940 Member of Research staff, Hoover Library, Stanford University.
1939 Ph.D., Stanford University.
1940 Married Kathryn Rogers (two sons, John and David). Industrial Relations in Wartime: Great Britain, 1914-1918; an Annotated Bibliography published.
1941 Industrial Relations in Germany, 1914-1939; an Annotated Bibliography published.
1941-1948 Fellow of the Library of Congress in Naval History (in residence 1941-1942).
1942-1944 Senior Divisional Assistant in the U.S. State Department Division of International Security and Organization.
1944-1945 Executive Assistant to the Chairman of the U.S. War Shipping Administration's Pacific Coast Maritime Industry Board.
1945-1946 Documents Officer at the United Nations Conference on International Organization and at the United Nations Preparatory Commission.
1946-1948 Deputy Director of the United Nations Documents Division and Director of Documents Control Staff.
1949 Memorandum Concerning the Conduct of the Business of the General Assembly of the United Nations published.
1949-1961 Professor of Government in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, New York University, where he also served as consultant to the Director of Libraries, with responsibility for the creation and direction of the United Nations Collection.
1951 Enabling Instruments of Members of the United Nations published.
1952-1964 Author, co-author, and editor of many works about the United Nations.
1954-1959 Did research and writing for the Brookings Institution.
1961-1969 Dean of Summer Programs, Dartmouth College.
1969-1971 Professor of History, Dartmouth College.
1986 Died January 28, in Hanover, New Hampshire.

INTRODUCTION

Waldo Chamberlin (1905-1986) was for many years a professor of government in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences of New York University. In 1961 he moved to Dartmouth College, where he served for eight years as Dean of Summer Programs and retired in 1971 as a professor of history. During World War II Chamberlin held posts in the U.S. Department of State and other federal agencies, and at the end of the war he became a documents officer for the United Nations in its preparatory stages and first years. The United Nations remained one of his prime interests, and he studied, taught, and wrote about it until the end of his career. At New York University, in addition to teaching, Chamberlin created and directed the library's special collection on the United Nations.

For the Brookings Institution in the 1950s, Chamberlin and his colleague at New York University, Clyde Eagleton, each wrote historical studies of different aspects of the United Nations. They then collaborated in an attempt to combine their research into a single work, but this work was never published. Draft manuscripts of Chamberlin's original work and the collaboration are included in this collection. (Eagleton's manuscript on the legal aspects of the United Nations, along with his notebooks, has been processed as a separate collection in the Dartmouth College Library.)

Chamberlin's papers include some records from his service as a documents officer for the United Nations, but most of this collection consists of his general reference file. This file contains newspaper and magazine clippings, pamphlets, papers by his students and colleagues, notes, memos, a little correspondence, and what Chamberlin called “society publications.” These papers of interest groups, Chamberlin said, “often tell us more about what is happening, or did happen, than the more traditional books and periodicals;” but they are seldom available in libraries. The reference file is arranged alphabetically by topic and cross-indexed, also with other references, on accompanying index cards. Much of the material in the file is annotated, and works by Chamberlin and correspondence are noted in the guide.

Professor Chamberlin's papers were the gift of his widow, Kathryn Chamberlin, in 1986. There are no restrictions on their use.






BOX I.

Biographical material



FOLDER : 1.

Obituaries, biographical listings, bibliographies, etc.



United Nations Conference on International Organization (for more information about Chamberlin's work at the United Nations, see United Nations listings in his reference file, Boxes XII and XIII of this collection.)



FOLDER : 2.

Certificate of Chamberlin's participation in the conference, 1945, signed by Edward R. Stettinius, Jr., and Alger Hiss. Includes telephone directory and directory of accredited press representatives, 1945.



FOLDER : 3.

Secretariat Instructions, April 1945.



FOLDER : 4.

Documents Office Instructions, April 1945. Memos, lists, charts, etc.



FOLDER : 5.

Documents Office Instructions, May 1945. Memos, lists, schedules, etc.



FOLDER : 6.

Documents Office Instructions, June 1945. Memos, correspondence, lists, etc.



FOLDER : 7.

A Pictorial Record of the Delegates to the United Nations Conference on International Organization (1945).



United Nations Preparatory Commission



FOLDER : 8.

Chamberlin's Day Book, Documents Office, August 14-December 14, 1945. Notebook with holograph entries on 44 pages.



FOLDER : 9.

Daily record of Documents Office. Spiral notebook titled “Executive Committee, August 11-November 23, 1945.” Includes a few short personal entries.



FOLDER : 10.

Daily record of Documents Office. Spiral notebook titled “Preparatory Commission, November 24-December 24 [28], 1945.”



FOLDER : 11.

Report of the Preparatory Commission of the United Nations. (PC/20, 23 December 1945). London: 1946. 179 pages including charter, annotated.



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Report by the Executive Committee to the Preparatory Commission of the United Nations. 12 November 1945. 144 pages, annotated.



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“Final Revised Cumulative List of Documents Issued by the Executive Committee of the Preparatory Commission of the United Nations and its Committees up to and including Friday, 23 November 1945.” 54 pages, annotated.



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“Cumulative List of Documents Issued by the Preparatory Commission from 9 November to 31 December [1945] Inclusive.” 41 pages, annotated.



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“Index to the Documents of the United Nations Preparatory Commission, 1945-1946,” United Nations Archives Reference Guide No. 1, December 1947.



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“Index to the Documents of the Executive Committee of the United Nations Preparatory Commission, 1945,” United Nations Archives Reference Guide No. 2, March 1948.



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“Headquarters of the United Nations: Excerpts from the Diary of Waldo Chamberlin, [September 28-December 18, 1945].” Typescript



seven pages



Carnegie Endowment for International Peace



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“Preliminary Memorandum Concerning the Conduct of the Business of the General Assembly of the United Nations,” prepared by Chamberlin, 1949. Photocopy of typescript



74 pages.



Asiatic Petroleum Corporation



FOLDER : 19.

Seminar on the United Nations, report on a seminar conducted by Chamberlin, 1955. Includes How to Use United Nations Documents by Chamberlin and Carol Carter Moor.



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Governmental and Intergovernmental Organizations Register, 1957. Removed from loose leaf binder



180 pages.



The Brookings Institution



FOLDER : 21.

“General Instructions for the Preparation of Manuscripts, United Nations Project,” April 1954; “Citing UN Documents -- Some Simple Rules,” 1955; and a two-page typescript bibliography on preparation, annotated.



FOLDER : 22.

UN: Organization and Procedure (United Nations Study Project: Part II). Chamberlin's list of volumes and revisions: holograph, one page; and photocopy of cards from Chamberlin's card file. (Originals in Box 18.)



FOLDER : 23.

UN: Organization and Procedure. Preliminary studies (prepared in part by Tom Hovet, James Wong, Dorothy Irvine, Carol Moor, and Partin Dworkis): The Establishment of the United Nations, 1945-1946, table of contents, introduction, and chapters 1-4. Typescript.



FOLDER : 24.

UN: Organization and Procedure. Preliminary studies: The Establishment of the United Nations, 1945-1946, chapters 5-9. Typescript.



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UN: Organization and Procedure. Preliminary studies: The Establishment of the United Nations, 1945-1946, chapters 10-13. Typescript.



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UN: Organization and Procedure. Preliminary studies: Memorandum on the Establishment of the General Assembly, 1945-1946, table of contents and pages 1-146. Typescript.



BOX II.

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UN: Organization and Procedure. Preliminary studies: Memorandum on the Establishment of the General Assembly, 1945-1946, pages 147-271. Typescript.



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UN: Organization and Procedure. Preliminary studies: Memorandum Concerning the Establishment of the Economic and Social Council. Typescript.



FOLDER : 3.

UN: Organization and Procedure. Preliminary studies: Memorandum Concerning the Establishment of the Secretariat of the United Nations. Typescript, lacking pages 72-87.



FOLDER : 4.

UN: Organization and Procedure. Preliminary studies: “Memorandum Prepared by Partin Dworkis for Brookings Study 1951-1952.” Typescript.



FOLDER : 5.

UN: Organization and Procedure. First draft (Five volumes, hectographed and pad bound, 1951-1954.): Volume I, “Annotated Table of Contents.”



FOLDER : 6.

UN: Organization and Procedure. First draft: Volume II, “Introduction and Secretariat.”



FOLDER : 7.

UN: Organization and Procedure. First draft: Volume III, “General Assembly.”



FOLDER : 8.

UN: Organization and Procedure. First draft: Volume IV, “Security, Economic and Social, and Trusteeship Councils.”



FOLDER : 9.

UN: Organization and Procedure. First draft: Volume V, “Membership and Conclusions.”



FOLDER : 10.

UN: Organization and Procedure. First draft: “Appendix `F,' Tabular Material from Brookings Drafts.” Typescript with holograph revisions.



FOLDER : 11.

UN: Organization and Procedure. 1954-1955 revision (This revision by Chamberlin and Clyde Eagleton incorporates material from Eagleton's [UN:] Legal Phases, now in the Papers of Clyde Eagleton, MS-669. Hectograph copy with typescript and holograph revisions, lacking Chapters I and XIX): Title page, table of contents and Chapters II-IV.



FOLDER : 12.

UN: Organization and Procedure. 1954-1955 revision: Chapters V-IX.



FOLDER : 13.

UN: Organization and Procedure. 1954-1955 revision: Chapters X-XIII.



FOLDER : 14.

UN: Organization and Procedure. 1954-1955 revision: Chapters XIV-XVI.



FOLDER : 15.

UN: Organization and Procedure. 1954-1955 revision: Chapters XVII, XVIII, and XX.



FOLDER : 16.

UN: Organization and Procedure. 1958-1959 revision (typescript and hectograph copy with holograph and typescript revisions, lacking Chapters I-III and IX): Chapters IV-VI.



FOLDER : 17.

UN: Organization and Procedure. 1958-1959 revision: Chapters VII, VIII, X, and XI.



FOLDER : 18.

UN: Organization and Procedure. 1958-1959 revision: Chapters XII-XIV.



FOLDER : 19.

The Brookings Institution: A Fifty-Year History (1966) by Charles B. Sanders, Jr.



BOX III.

Reference File. This file contains newspaper and magazine clippings, pamphlets, papers by Chamberlin's students and colleagues, mailings of various organizations, notes, memos, and a little correspondence. Much of the material is annotated. An index to this file and to other references, on 3×5 cards, is included in this collection in Boxes XVI-XXI.



Topics in this file are arranged alphabetically, using Chamberlin's headings. Sub-headings are arranged in the order: “bibliography,” “general,” and then alphabetically. Some headings are abbreviated after their first appearance, e.g., UN for United Nations. Works by Chamberlin and correspondence are noted.



FOLDER : 1.

Administration.



FOLDER : 2.

Africa: General.



FOLDER : 3.

Africa: General: Countries File.



FOLDER : 4.

Africa: Angola.



FOLDER : 5.

Africa: Congo-Zaire.



FOLDER : 6.

Africa: Rhodesia.



FOLDER : 7.

Africa: South Africa.



FOLDER : 8.

Africa: United States Foreign Policy.



FOLDER : 9.

American Friends Service Committee and The Fund for Peace. Includes correspondence, 1968 and 1980.



FOLDER : 10.

American Legion.



FOLDER : 11.

American Security Council.



FOLDER : 12.

Americans For Salt. Includes correspondence, 1979.



FOLDER : 13.

Arms: Bibliography.



FOLDER : 14.

Arms: General.



FOLDER : 15.

Arms: General: France, Germany, Japan and China.



FOLDER : 16.

Arms: General: Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR).



FOLDER : 17.

Arms: General: USSR and United States of America (USA).



FOLDER : 18.

Arms: General: United Kingdom (UK).



FOLDER : 19.

Arms: General: USA: General.



FOLDER : 20.

Arms: General: USA: Department of Defense and Joint Chiefs of Staff.



FOLDER : 21.

Arms: General: USA: Rapid Deployment Force.



FOLDER : 22.

Arms: General: USA: 1950-1970.



FOLDER : 23.

Arms: General: USA: 1971-1977.



FOLDER : 24.

Arms: General: USA: 1978-1979.



FOLDER : 25.

Arms: General: USA: 1980.



FOLDER : 26.

Arms: General: USA: 1981.



FOLDER : 27.

Arms: General: USA: 1982.



FOLDER : 28.

Arms. General: USA: 1983-1984. Includes correspondence, 1983-1984.



FOLDER : 29.

Arms: Armies.



FOLDER : 30.

Arms: Armies: Tanks.



FOLDER : 31.

Arms: Aviation: 1919-1976. Includes correspondence with Archibald Cox, 1960.



FOLDER : 32.

Arms: Aviation: 1977-1983.



FOLDER : 33.

Arms: Bases.



FOLDER : 34.

Arms: Chemical and Biological. Includes correspondence with Senators Warren Rudman and Gordon Humphrey and Congressman Judd Gregg, 1982-1983.



FOLDER : 35.

Arms: Civil Defense.



FOLDER : 36.

Arms: Conscription.



FOLDER : 37.

Arms: Control: Bibliography.



FOLDER : 38.

Arms: Control: General. Includes correspondence with Senator Patrick Leahy, 1984.



FOLDER : 39.

Arms: Control: General: Lobbies.



BOX IV.

FOLDER : 1.

Arms: Control: General: Local (New Hampshire and Vermont).



FOLDER : 2.

Arms: Control: General: USSR.



FOLDER : 3.

Arms: Control: General: USA: Reagan. Includes photocopy of letter from Chamberlin to the Editor of the New York Times, October 23, 1980, “Why Vote against Mr. Reagan?”



FOLDER : 4.

Arms: Control: General: USA: 1949-1981.



FOLDER : 5.

Arms: Control: General: USA: 1982-1984



FOLDER : 6.

Arms: Control: Churches.



FOLDER : 7.

Arms: Control: Churches: Catholic.



FOLDER : 8.

Arms: Control: Churches: Church of Christ. Includes notes on groups at Church of Christ at Dartmouth.



FOLDER : 9.

Arms: Control: Chamberlin: Conferences. Notes and reports about conferences that Chamberlin took part in, including one at Dartmouth in April, 1978.



FOLDER : 10.

Arms: Control: Madrid Conference.



FOLDER : 11.

Arms: Control: Mutual and Balanced Force Reductions (Vienna).



FOLDER : 12.

Arms: Control: Naval.



FOLDER : 13.

Arms: Control: Nuclear: General.



FOLDER : 14.

Arms: Control: Nuclear: Anti-Ballistic Missile System. Includes correspondence with Senators Thomas McIntyre and Norris Cotton and Congressman James Cleveland, 1969.



FOLDER : 15.

Arms: Control: Nuclear: First Use.



FOLDER : 16.

Arms: Control: Nuclear: Freeze: General.



FOLDER : 17.

Arms: Control: Nuclear: Freeze: Chamberlin. Correspondence with Congressmen Thomas Downey and Judd Gregg, Senator Edward Kennedy, James Reston, The Valley News, and The New York Times, 1982-1983. Articles: “Where Have We Been for Thirty-five Years,” “The Technical Problems of Verification Stand in the Way of a Freeze,” and “A Nuclear Freeze: Reason or Reagan?”



FOLDER : 18.

Arms: Control: Nuclear: Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces.



FOLDER : 19.

Arms: Control: Nuclear: Proliferation.



FOLDER : 20.

Arms: Control: Nuclear: Strategic Arms Limitations Talks (SALT).



FOLDER : 21.

Arms: Control: Nuclear: SALT II.



FOLDER : 22.

Arms: Control: Nuclear: SALT II: Committee on the Present Danger.



FOLDER : 23.

Arms: Control: Nuclear: SALT II: Text and Carter Report.



FOLDER : 24.

Arms: Control: Nuclear: Strategic Arms Reduction Talks (START).



FOLDER : 25.

Arms: Control: Nuclear: Testing.



FOLDER : 26.

Arms: Control: Nuclear: UN.



FOLDER : 27.

Arms: Control: Nuclear: Verification.



FOLDER : 28.

Arms: Control: Nuclear: Verification: Baker, John C.



FOLDER : 29.

Arms: Control: Nuclear: Verification: Blechman, Barry M.



FOLDER : 30.

Arms: Control: Nuclear: Verification: Chamberlin. Correspondence, 1982-1983. Articles: “Layman's Guide to Some Technical Aspects of the International Control of Atomic Energy,” “The Verification Dilemma,” “Disarmament versus Arms Control,” “Creation of a Commission for Verification of Arms Control,” and “Inspection and Verification.”



FOLDER : 31.

Arms: Expenditures: General.



FOLDER : 32.

Arms: Expenditures: USA.



FOLDER : 33.

Arms: Expenditures: USA-USSR Comparison. Includes correspondence with The New York Times, 1980.



FOLDER : 34.

Arms: Manufacture and Sale.



FOLDER : 35.

Arms: Missiles: General.



FOLDER : 36.

Arms: Missiles: Antisatellite. Includes letter to The Valley News, 1981.



FOLDER : 37.

Arms: Missiles: Cruise.



FOLDER : 38.

Arms: Missiles: Lasers and Satellites.



FOLDER : 39.

Arms: Missiles: Neutron.



FOLDER : 40.

Arms: Missiles: Sea Launched.



FOLDER : 41.

Arms: Naval: General.



FOLDER : 42.

Arms: Naval: General: USSR.



FOLDER : 43.

Arms: Naval: General: UK. Includes Chamberlin's “The Role of Britain's Armed Forces, 1982,” typescript with holograph revisions, four pages; and his “Naval Censorship in 1914,” reprinted from the United States Naval Institute Proceedings, May 1942.



FOLDER : 44.

Arms: Naval: General: UK: 18th-19th Centuries.



BOX V.

FOLDER : 1.

Arms: Naval: General: USA: 1813-1969.



FOLDER : 2.

Arms: Naval: General: USA: 1970-1976.



FOLDER : 3.

Arms: Naval: General: USA: 1977-1978.



FOLDER : 4.

Arms: Naval: General: USA: 1979.



FOLDER : 5.

Arms: Naval: General: USA: 1980. Includes correspondence with Jack Anderson, Congressman Les Aspin, Senators Daniel Inouye, Patrick Leahy, and William Proxmire, and others.



FOLDER : 6.

Arms: Naval: General: USA: 1981-1983. Includes “The Falkland Islands Naval Lesson,” which was rejected by Newsweek, 1982.



FOLDER : 7.

Arms: Naval: Abbreviations.



FOLDER : 8.

Arms: Naval: Aircraft Carriers.



FOLDER : 9.

Arms: Naval: “The Convoy Battles of 1985.”



FOLDER : 10.

Arms: Naval: Destroyers and Frigates.



FOLDER : 11.

Arms: Naval: Submarines: SIPRI Study, 1974.



FOLDER : 12.

Arms: Naval: Submarines: 1914-1918.



FOLDER : 13.

Arms: Naval: Submarines: 1939-1945.



FOLDER : 14.

Arms: Nuclear: General: 1939-1954.



FOLDER : 15.

Arms: Nuclear: General: 1955-1980.



FOLDER : 16.

Arms: Nuclear: General: 1981-1983.



FOLDER : 17.

Asia: General.



FOLDER : 18.

Asia: Afghanistan.



FOLDER : 19.

Asia: Cambodia and Laos.



FOLDER : 20.

Asia: China.



FOLDER : 21.

Asia: Japan: History. Course outlines, lecture notes, 1938, and review of Payson J. Treat's Diplomatic Relations between the United States and Japan, 1853-1895. Holograph, typescript, and mimeograph copies.



FOLDER : 22.

Asia: Vietnam: General: 1954-1968.



FOLDER : 23.

Asia: Vietnam: General: 1969-1975.



FOLDER : 24.

Asia: Vietnam: Churches.



FOLDER : 25.

Asia: Vietnam: U.S. Intervention.



FOLDER : 26.

Australia.



FOLDER : 27.

Balance of Power.



FOLDER : 28.

Bibliography.



FOLDER : 29.

Biography: A-J.



FOLDER : 30.

Biography: K-Z.



FOLDER : 31.

Canada.



FOLDER : 32.

Center for Defense Information. Includes correspondence, 1980-1983.



FOLDER : 33.

Center for War/Peace Studies.



FOLDER : 34.

Chronology.



FOLDER : 35.

Citizens' Organization for a SANE World. Includes correspondence, 1970.



FOLDER : 36.

Coalition on National Priorities and Military Policy.



FOLDER : 37.

Committee for National Security.



FOLDER : 38.

Committee on the Present Danger.



FOLDER : 39.

Committee on the Present Danger: Press Reports.



BOX VI.

FOLDER : 1.

Common Cause. Includes correspondence, 1971, and telephone lists.



FOLDER : 2.

Communications. Includes letter from Senator Thomas Hennings, 1958.



FOLDER : 3.

Comparative Government. Syllabus.



FOLDER : 4.

Conference on North Atlantic Community, 1957. Includes letter, 1958.



FOLDER : 5.

Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe (Helsinki, 1957).



FOLDER : 6.

Conferences.



FOLDER : 7.

Conservation.



FOLDER : 8.

Credibility.



FOLDER : 9.

Credibility: Accounting and Statistics.



FOLDER : 10.

Credibility: Business.



FOLDER : 11.

Credibility: Law and Government.



FOLDER : 12.

Credibility: Media.



FOLDER : 13.

Credibility: Media: Press Freedom.



FOLDER : 14.

Credibility: Media: Korean Air Lines Flight 007.



FOLDER : 15.

Credibility: Media: Television and Radio.



FOLDER : 16.

Credibility: Military.



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Cyprus and Turkey. Includes correspondence, 1962-1963.



FOLDER : 18.

Decision Making.



FOLDER : 19.

Declaration of atlantic Unity. Includes letters from Walden Moore, 1957-1970.



FOLDER : 20.

Definitions.



FOLDER : 21.

Diplomacy.



FOLDER : 22.

Diplomacy: Ambassadors.



FOLDER : 23.

Economics.



FOLDER : 24.

Economics: International.



FOLDER : 25.

Economics: International: Indexation. Includes letter, 1975.



FOLDER : 26.

Economics: International: Multinational Corporations.



FOLDER : 27.

Education.



FOLDER : 28.

Education: Colleges: General: 1949-1968. Includes letter, 1960.



FOLDER : 29.

Education: Colleges: General: 1969-1971.



FOLDER : 30.

Education: Colleges: Curriculum.



FOLDER : 31.

Education: Dissent. Includes correspondence, 1952, 1956, and 1969.



FOLDER : 32.

Energy.



FOLDER : 33.

Energy: Coal, Geothermal, Solar, Wind, and Water Power.



FOLDER : 34.

Energy: Nuclear.



FOLDER : 35.

Energy: Petroleum: Chamberlin. Includes correspondence, 1974 and 1979.



FOLDER : 36.

Energy: Petroleum and Gas: 1931-1978.



FOLDER : 37.

Energy: Petroleum and Gas: 1979-1981.



FOLDER : 38.

Ethics and Public Policy Center.



FOLDER : 39.

Europe.



FOLDER : 40.

Europe: East.



FOLDER : 41.

Europe: East: Czechoslovakia.



FOLDER : 42.

Europe: East: Hungary.



BOX VII.

FOLDER : 1.

Europe: History. Papers from History 2, European History since 1715, Dartmouth College, 1970-1971.



FOLDER : 2.

Europe: U.S. Policy.



FOLDER : 3.

Foreign Policy Association. Includes correspondence,1960-1963.



FOLDER : 4.

Foreign Policy Perspectives.



FOLDER : 5.

Foundations and Societies.



FOLDER : 6.

France.



FOLDER : 7.

Future.



FOLDER : 8.

Geography. Includes letter, 1956.



FOLDER : 9.

Germany: General: ca. 1862-1945.



FOLDER : 10.

Germany: General: 1946-1973. Includes letter, 1950 and 1959.



FOLDER : 11.

Germany: General 1974-1981.



FOLDER : 12.

Germany: Berlin.



FOLDER : 13.

Governments.



FOLDER : 14.

Guns. Includes “Which Gun to Buy?” a short article by Chamberlin which he submitted to Saturday Review and The New York Times, with cover letter and replies from Norman Cousins and Lewis Bergman, 1967; and a letter to Senator Norris Cotton, 1968.



FOLDER : 15.

Hanover (New Hampshire).



FOLDER : 16.

Health.



FOLDER : 17.

Heritage Foundation.



FOLDER : 18.

History.



FOLDER : 19.

Holy Roman Empire.



FOLDER : 20.

Hoover Institution.



FOLDER : 21.

Hope.



FOLDER : 22.

Human Rights.



FOLDER : 23.

Human Rights: Education.



FOLDER : 24.

Human Rights: Freedom of Information. Includes letter from Senator John Durkin, 1975.



FOLDER : 25.

Human Rights: UN.



BOX VIII.

FOLDER : 1.

International Organization: History: A History of International Organization, 1815-1954, in four volumes, in the form of papers written by Chamberlin's students at New York University, 1959. Volume I, 1815-1919.



FOLDER : 2.

International Organization: History: A History....Volume II, 1920-1944.



FOLDER : 3.

International Organization: History: A History....Volume III, 1945-1949.



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International Organization: History: A History....Volume IV, 1950-1954.



FOLDER : 5.

International Organization: History: An honors thesis by Robert C. Paul, 1972, in the form of an introduction to a proposed History of International Organization, 1815-1954 by Chamberlin and Paul. Includes appendices and bibliography.



FOLDER : 6.

International Organization: Non-Governmental.



FOLDER : 7.

International Organization: Voting. Includes photocopy of a letter from Ralph Bunche, 1969.



FOLDER : 8.

International Organization Research Corporation. Includes correspondence, 1974, about a commissioned paper by Chamberlin on “U.N. Charter revision or practice with respect to the Secretary General and the financing of the Organization.”



FOLDER : 9.

International Organizations: General: Specific Organizations.



FOLDER : 10.

International Organizations: Atlantic: General.



FOLDER : 11.

International Organizations: Atlantic: General: Atlantic Union. Includes letter, 1971.



FOLDER : 12.

International Organizations: Atlantic Council.



FOLDER : 13.

International Organizations: Atlantic Institute.



FOLDER : 14.

International Organizations: Carte du Monde du Millioneme.



FOLDER : 15.

International Organizations: Europe.



FOLDER : 16.

International Organizations: Europe: Documents.



FOLDER : 17.

International Organizations: European Economic Community: Council of Europe. Includes correspondence, 1959.



FOLDER : 18.

International Organizations: Fish.



FOLDER : 19.

International Organizations: Fish: International Pacific Halibut Commission.



FOLDER : 20.

International Organizations: Food and Agriculture Organization: General.



FOLDER : 21.

International Organizations: Food and Agriculture Organization: General: 1946-1974.



FOLDER : 22.

International Organizations: Food and Agriculture Organization: General: 1975-1981.



FOLDER : 23.

International Organizations: Food and Agriculture Organization: International Institute of Agriculture.



FOLDER : 24.

International Organizations: Inter-Governmental Maritime Consultative Organization. Includes “Regulation of International Liner Shipping and `Freedom of the Seas' ” by Daniel Marx, Jr., 1965, and letter about it, 1966.



FOLDER : 25.

International Organizations: International Atomic Energy Agency.



FOLDER : 26.

International Organizations: International Bank for Reconstruction and Development.



FOLDER : 27.

International Organizations: International Civil Aviation Organization.



FOLDER : 28.

International Organizations: International Labor Organization, 1919-1969.



FOLDER : 29.

International Organizations: International Labor Organization, 1970-1980. Includes letter, 1979.



FOLDER : 30.

International Organizations: International Monetary Fund.



FOLDER : 31.

International Organizations: International Penitentiary Commission.



FOLDER : 32.

International Organizations: International Sugar Council.



FOLDER : 33.

International Organizations: International Telecommunication Union.



FOLDER : 34.

International Organizations: International Trade Organization.



FOLDER : 35.

International Organizations: League of Arab States. Includes letter, 1969.



FOLDER : 36.

International Organizations: League of Nations (LN): General.



FOLDER : 37.

International Organizations: LN: General: Preparation.



FOLDER : 38.

International Organizations: LN: Administration and Finance.



FOLDER : 39.

International Organizations: LN: Disputes, Situations, and Enforcement.



FOLDER : 40.

International Organizations: LN: Documents.



FOLDER : 41.

International Organizations: LN: Economic and Social. Includes letter, 1967.



FOLDER : 42.

International Organizations: LN: Health Organization.



BOX IX.

FOLDER : 1.

International Organizations: LN: Intellectual Cooperation.



FOLDER : 2.

International Organizations: LN: Mandates. Includes letter, 1967.



FOLDER : 3.

International Organizations: LN: Narcotics.



FOLDER : 4.

International Organizations: LN: Secretariat. Includes letter, 1967.



FOLDER : 5.

International Organizations: North Atlantic Treaty Organization, 1949-1969.



FOLDER : 6.

International Organizations: North Atlantic Treaty Organization, 1970-1981.



FOLDER : 7.

International Organizations: Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development.



FOLDER : 8.

International Organizations: Organization of American States.



FOLDER : 9.

International Organizations: Permanent Court of International Arbitration.



FOLDER : 10.

International Organizations: Permanent Court of International Justice.



FOLDER : 11.

International Organizations: Transportation: General.



FOLDER : 12.

International Organizations: United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO): General: 1945-1969. Includes correspondence, 1953, 1955, and 1963.



FOLDER : 13.

International Organizations: UNESCO: General: 1970-1984.



FOLDER : 14.

International Organizations: UNESCO: U.S. National Commission.



FOLDER : 15.

International Organizations: Universal Postal Union. Includes correspondence, 1969.



FOLDER : 16.

International Organizations: Warsaw Treaty Organization.



FOLDER : 17.

International Organizations: World Health Organization.



FOLDER : 18.

International Organizations: World Meteorlogical Organization.



FOLDER : 19.

International Relations: Bibliography.



FOLDER : 20.

International Relations: General.



FOLDER : 21.

International Relations: General: Chamberlin. Mostly notes and classroom materials. Includes letters, 1960 and 1966, and three drafts of “International Affairs and the Fine Arts.”



FOLDER : 22.

International Relations: Ethics and Morals. Includes correspondence, 1963.



FOLDER : 23.

International Studies Association.



FOLDER : 24.

Ireland.



FOLDER : 25.

Italy.



FOLDER : 26.

Johnson Foundation. Includes correspondence, 1959-1969.



FOLDER : 27.

Jutland, Battle of, 1916. Includes Chamberlin's “The Literature of Jutland,” reprinted from the United States Naval Institute Proceedings, February 1942.



FOLDER : 28.

Kissinger, Henry.



FOLDER : 29.

Latin America.



FOLDER : 30.

Latin America: Chile.



FOLDER : 31.

Latin America: Cuba.



FOLDER : 32.

Latin America: Falkland Islands.



FOLDER : 33.

Latin America: Nicaragua and El Salvador. Includes correspondence with Senator Howard H. Baker, Jr., 1981.



FOLDER : 34.

Latin America: Panama. Includes correspondence, 1978.



FOLDER : 35.

Latin America: U.S. Policy.



FOLDER : 36.

Maps.



FOLDER : 37.

Middle East: General: Specific Countries.



FOLDER : 38.

Middle East: General: Basic Documents, 1950-1966.



FOLDER : 39.

Middle East: General: Basic Documents, 1967-1979.



BOX X.

FOLDER : 1.

Middle East: General: 1915-1975. Includes Chamberlin's “The People of Palestine: Fact vs. Opinion,” and letter, 1975.



FOLDER : 2.

Middle East: General: 1976-1978.



FOLDER : 3.

Middle East: General: 1914-1948: Grand Mufti (Husseini, Amin).



FOLDER : 4.

Middle East: Egypt.



FOLDER : 5.

Middle East: Iran: General: 1946-1979. Includes letter, 1962.



FOLDER : 6.

Middle East: Iran: General: 1980-1981.



FOLDER : 7.

Middle East: Iran: U.S. Hostages.



FOLDER : 8.

Middle East: Iran: U.S. Hostages: Rescue Attempt.



FOLDER : 9.

Middle East: Islam.



FOLDER : 10.

Middle East: Israel: General, 1880-1976.



FOLDER : 11.

Middle East: Israel: General, 1977-1978.



FOLDER : 12.

Middle East: Israel: General, 1979-1982.



FOLDER : 13.

Middle East: Israel: Raid on Iraq, 1981.



FOLDER : 14.

Middle East: Israel: U.S. Policy.



FOLDER : 15.

Middle East: Lebanon.



FOLDER : 16.

Middle East: Libya.



FOLDER : 17.

Middle East: Palestine



FOLDER : 18.

Middle East: Palestine: UN Force.



FOLDER : 19.

Middle East: Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO). Includes letters, 1975-1981.



FOLDER : 20.

Middle East: Saudi Arabia, 1956-1978.



FOLDER : 21.

Middle East: Saudi Arabia, 1979-1982.



FOLDER : 22.

Middle East: Saudi Arabia: AWACS.



FOLDER : 23.

Middle East: U.S. Policy, 1948-1979.



FOLDER : 24.

Middle East: U.S. Policy, 1980-1982. Includes letter, 1980.



FOLDER : 25.

Mountains.



FOLDER : 26.

Mountains: Mount St. Helens.



FOLDER : 27.

National Council of Churches.



FOLDER : 28.

National Mobilization for Survival.



FOLDER : 29.

Nationalism.



FOLDER : 30.

New Directions.



FOLDER : 31.

New Hampshire.



FOLDER : 32.

New York City. Includes letters, 1961 and 1963.



FOLDER : 33.

Oceana Publications, Inc. Correspondence, royalty statements, etc., concerning Chamberlin's A Chronology and Fact Book of the United Nations and A Guide to the Use of United Nations Documents, 1971-1977.



FOLDER : 34.

Olympic Games.



FOLDER : 35.

Peace: Bibliography



FOLDER : 36.

Peace: General.



FOLDER : 37.

Peace: General: Chamberlin.



FOLDER : 38.

Peace: Churches.



FOLDER : 39.

Peace: Churches: Church Peace Union.



FOLDER : 40.

Peace: Churches: World Council.



FOLDER : 41.

Peace: Lobbies. Includes correspondence, 1964.



BOX XI.

FOLDER : 1.

Peace: Local (Vermont and New Hampshire).



FOLDER : 2.

Peace: Pacific Settlement.



FOLDER : 3.

Peace: Treaties. Includes correspondence, 1969.



FOLDER : 4.

Peace: Treaties: Westphalia, 1648.



FOLDER : 5.

Physicians for Social Responsibility.



FOLDER : 6.

Political Theory.



FOLDER : 7.

Population.



FOLDER : 8.

Portugal.



FOLDER : 9.

Power. Includes third draft of “Great Powers” for Encyclopedia Americana.



FOLDER : 10.

Precedence. Includes letter, 1974.



FOLDER : 11.

Printing.



FOLDER : 12.

Prisoners of War.



FOLDER : 13.

Procedure.



FOLDER : 14.

Public Relations: Polls.



FOLDER : 15.

Race: Anti-Semitism.



FOLDER : 16.

Race: Blacks.



FOLDER : 17.

Race: Indians.



FOLDER : 18.

Race: Ku Klux Klan.



FOLDER : 19.

Racism.



FOLDER : 20.

Refugees.



FOLDER : 21.

Religion: General.



FOLDER : 22.

Religion: Catholicism.



FOLDER : 23.

Religion: Church of Christ.



FOLDER : 24.

Religion: Politics.



FOLDER : 25.

Reston, James. Includes correspondence, 1969, 1971, and 1979.



FOLDER : 26.

Scandinavia.



FOLDER : 27.

Science and Technology.



FOLDER : 28.

Sea: General.



FOLDER : 29.

Sea, Law of.



FOLDER : 30.

Social Science History Association. Includes correspondence, 1977.



FOLDER : 31.

Socialism.



FOLDER : 32.

Society for the Prevention of World War III.



FOLDER : 33.

Spain.



FOLDER : 34.

Stanford University.



FOLDER : 35.

Stanley Foundation. Includes correspondence, 1971-1972.



FOLDER : 36.

Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI).



FOLDER : 37.

Terror: Bibliography. Includes letter, 1981.



FOLDER : 38.

Terror: General: 1906-1977.



FOLDER : 39.

Terror: General: 1978-1981.



FOLDER : 40.

Terror: USA.



FOLDER : 41.

Transportation. Includes correspondence, 1979.



FOLDER : 42.

Treaties.



FOLDER : 43.

Union of International Associations. Includes correspondence, 1967-1973.



FOLDER : 44.

Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR): General.



FOLDER : 45.

USSR: General: Basic Documents.



FOLDER : 46.

USSR: General: Basic Documents: Basic Documents of Communism and Democracy (1950). This was prepared by two New York University professors for use in New York public schools, but “the Regents thought comparison too dangerous and decided not to publish.”



FOLDER : 47.

USSR: General: Chamberlin.



FOLDER : 48.

USSR: Communism.



FOLDER : 49.

USSR: Communism: USA.



FOLDER : 50.

USSR: Dissidents.



FOLDER : 51.

USSR: Economic.



FOLDER : 52.

USSR: Education, Science, and Media.



FOLDER : 53.

USSR: Foreign Policy: General.



FOLDER : 54.

USSR: Foreign Policy: USA: 1918-1959.



FOLDER : 55.

USSR: Foreign Policy: USA: 1960-1976.



BOX XII.

FOLDER : 1.

USSR: Foreign Policy: USA: 1977-1980.



FOLDER : 2.

USSR: Foreign Policy: USA: 1981-1984.



FOLDER : 3.

USSR: Foreign Policy: USA: Wheat.



FOLDER : 4.

United Kingdom (UK).



FOLDER : 5.

United Nations (UN): Bibliography. Includes letter, 1952.



FOLDER : 6.

UN: General: 1953-1969.



FOLDER : 7.

UN: General: 1970-1978.



FOLDER : 8.

UN: General: 1979-1983.



FOLDER : 9.

UN: General: Chamberlin: 1942-1949. Includes drafts of three speeches, ca. 1947 and 1949, and letter, 1949.



FOLDER : 10.

UN: General: Chamberlin: 1950-1981. Includes correspondence, 1951-1952 and 1971-1977; “Thoughts on What Can Be Said about the United Nations;” “Confrontation in the 1930s and 1970s;” and notes for discussions and speeches.



FOLDER : 11.

UN: General: Chamberlin: League of Women Voters, Hanover, N.H. Study material, minutes, etc., of United Nations Study Group, 1977.



FOLDER : 12.

UN: General: Chamberlin: Syllabi.



FOLDER : 13.

UN: General: Chamberlin: The United States and the United Nations (1964). Correspondence, 1960-1961, with William Y. Elliott, Harold K. Jacobson, William R. Kintner, Hans Kohn, Norman D. Palmer, Robert L. Pfaltzgraff, Jr., and Arthur P. Whitaker. Chamberlin served as editor of this volume until he became too ill to continue.



FOLDER : 14.

UN: General: Chamberlin: The United States and the United Nations (1964). Forward, introduction, and two drafts of “Conclusions and Recommendations.”



FOLDER : 15.

UN: General: Chamberlin: We Were the United Nations. Correspondence, 1972-1974, and one corrected page of the introduction.



FOLDER : 16.

UN: General: Preparation: General. Includes correspondence, 1970, 1972, and 1982; and bibliography.



FOLDER : 17.

UN: General: Preparation: Chamberlin. Includes memos, 1944, and correspondence, 1945.



FOLDER : 18.

UN: General: Preparation: Dumbarton Oaks. Includes two group photographs of delegates and their staffs.



FOLDER : 19.

UN: General: Preparation: Dumbarton Oaks: Washington Conversations on International Organization, Dumbarton Oaks, 1944.



FOLDER : 20.

UN: General: Preparation: State Department, 1941-1945. Includes maps.



FOLDER : 21.

UN: General: Preparation: State Department: Eagleton papers. Description of the papers of Clyde Eagleton that were owned by Chamberlin. These papers now form a separate collection in the Dartmouth College Library, MS 669.



FOLDER : 22.

UN: General: Preparation: Syllabi for History 9, Dartmouth College, 1968-1970. Includes student records.



FOLDER : 23.

UN: General: Preparation: U.N. Conference on International Organization, 1945. Includes correspondence, 1957. (See also: Box I, Folders 2-7.)



FOLDER : 24.

UN: General: Preparation: Yalta, 1945.



FOLDER : 25.

UN: General: U.S. Policy.



FOLDER : 26.

UN: Administration: General.



FOLDER : 27.

UN: Administration: Finance.



FOLDER : 28.

UN: Administration: Finance: Chamberlin. Includes correspondence, 1954-1958, 1971, and 1975.



FOLDER : 29.

UN: Biography, A-K. Includes a few photographs.



FOLDER : 30.

UN: Biography, L-Z. Includes a few photographs.



FOLDER : 31.

UN: Charter. Includes correspondence, 1952, 1962-1963, and 1967.



FOLDER : 32.

UN: Charter: Facsimile of the Charter of the United Nations.



FOLDER : 33.

UN: Charter: Printing.



FOLDER : 34.

UN: Conferences.



FOLDER : 35.

UN: Disputes and Situations.



FOLDER : 36.

UN: Documents. Includes correspondence, 1953 and 1960.



FOLDER : 37.

UN: Documents: General: Conferences.



FOLDER : 38.

UN: Documents: Cataloguing. Includes “How to Catalogue United Nations Documents,” by Chamberlin and Emily O. Nixon.



FOLDER : 39.

UN: Documents: Citing. Includes “How to Cite United Nations Documents [in] Footnotes, Bibliographies,” by Chamberlin and Sigrid Leube.



FOLDER : 40.

UN: Documents: Distribution.



FOLDER : 41.

UN: Documents: Production. Includes graphs, charts, notes, etc., 1945-1948.



BOX XIII.

FOLDER : 1.

UN: Documents: publication. Includes Herbert Kaufman's “The UN Publications Board,” which tells about Chamberlin's work as Chief of the Documents Branch.



FOLDER : 2.

UN: Documents: Research. Includes correspondence, 1949-1956.



FOLDER : 3.

UN: Economic and Social: General. Includes correspondence, 1955, 1959, 1960 and 1969.



FOLDER : 4.

UN: Economic and Social: Technical Assistance. Includes correspondence, 1952.



FOLDER : 5.

UN: Enforcement Measures.



FOLDER : 6.

UN: Flag.



FOLDER : 7.

UN: General Assembly: General.



FOLDER : 8.

UN: General Assembly: General: Chamberlin. Includes correspondence, 1949 and 1955, and Chamberlin's introduction to “Issues before the Fourth General Assembly.”



FOLDER : 9.

UN: General Assembly: Voting. Includes part of a first draft, with supporting data, of an article on weighted voting, ca. 1950; correspondence, 1956-1958; and correspondence with Ralph Bunche, 1969.



FOLDER : 10.

UN: Headquarters. Includes excerpts from Chamberlin's diary, 1945; and postcard, 1968.



FOLDER : 11.

UN: International Children's Emergency Fund. Includes letter, 1964.



FOLDER : 12.

UN: International Court of Justice. Includes correspondence, 1962.



FOLDER : 13.

UN: League of Nations compared.



FOLDER : 14.

UN: Legal.



FOLDER : 15.

UN: Legal: International Court of Jurisdiction (Compulsory Jurisdiction).



FOLDER : 16.

UN: Library. Includes correspondence, 1946, 1953, 1968, and 1972.



FOLDER : 17.

UN: Library: Dedication, 1961. Includes Chamberlin's “The Dag Hammarskjold Library as an Arm for the Dissemination of United Nations Information,” typescript, 13 pages, 1961; correspondence, 1961-1962; and photographs (7).



FOLDER : 18.

UN: Members: China. Includes article quoting Chamberlin on UN and China, which he annotated as an example of poor reporting.



FOLDER : 19.

UN: Members: Germany.



FOLDER : 20.

UN: Members: India-Pakistan.



FOLDER : 21.

UN: Members: Israel.



FOLDER : 22.

UN: Members: Nonaligned.



FOLDER : 23.

UN: Members: USSR.



FOLDER : 24.

UN: Members: USA: Mission.



FOLDER : 25.

UN: Members: USA: Preliminary papers leading to the publication of The United States Public and the United Nations (1958). Includes letter, 1957.



FOLDER : 26.

UN: Members: USA; UN Association. Includes correspondence, 1956 and 1977-1979.



FOLDER : 27.

UN: Membership.



FOLDER : 28.

UN: Military Staff Committee.



FOLDER : 29.

UN: Narcotic Drugs Commission. Includes letter, 1976.



FOLDER : 30.

UN: Non-Governmental Organizations. Includes letter, 1979.



FOLDER : 31.

UN: Peacekeeping.



FOLDER : 32.

UN: Procedure.



FOLDER : 33.

UN: Public Relations, 1944-1954.



FOLDER : 34.

UN: Public Relations, 1955-1957. Includes letter, 1957.



FOLDER : 35.

UN: Refugees.



BOX XIV.

FOLDER : 1.

UN: Secretariat: General.



FOLDER : 2.

UN: Secretariat: Personnel.



FOLDER : 3.

UN: Secretary-General: General. Includes Chamberlin's “Strengthening the Secretariat,” reprinted from The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, November 1954.



FOLDER : 4.

UN: Secretary-General: Hammarskjold.



FOLDER : 5.

UN: Secretary-General: Hammarskjold: Speeches.



FOLDER : 6.

UN: Secretary-General: Lie.



FOLDER : 7.

UN: Secretary-General: Waldheim. Includes letter, 1976.



FOLDER : 8.

UN: Security Council: General. Includes letter, 1952.



FOLDER : 9.

UN: Security Council: Voting. Includes letter, 1952.



FOLDER : 10.

UN: Specialized Agencies. Includes excerpt from letter, 1969, and letter, 1975.



FOLDER : 11.

UN: Structure.



FOLDER : 12.

UN: Trusteeship and Non-Self-Governing Territories. Includes correspondence, 1966.



FOLDER : 13.

United States of America (USA): General.



FOLDER : 14.

USA: Congress: General. Includes letters, 1972, 1976, and 1977; and Chamberlin's “What to Expect from a Congressman,” 1976.



FOLDER : 15.

USA: Congress: House of Representatives.



FOLDER : 16.

USA: Congress: Senate.



FOLDER : 17.

USA: Courts and Law. Includes letters, 1978 and 1980.



FOLDER : 18.

USA: Courts and Law: Constitutional Law.



FOLDER : 19.

USA: Departments: Federal Bureau of Investigation.



FOLDER : 20.

USA: Departments: Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board.



FOLDER : 21.

USA: Departments: Office of Management and Budget.



FOLDER : 22.

USA: Departments: Presidency: General.



FOLDER : 23.

USA: Departments: Presidency: Carter.



FOLDER : 24.

USA: Departments: Presidency: Ford.



FOLDER : 25.

USA: Departments: Presidency: Reagan.



FOLDER : 26.

USA: Departments: State Department: Foreign Service. Includes correspondence 1963.



FOLDER : 27.

USA: Departments: Vice-Presidency.



FOLDER : 28.

USA: Economic: General, 1955-1979.



FOLDER : 29.

USA: Economic: General, 1980-1983. Includes letters, 1982.



FOLDER : 30.

USA: Economic: Banks and Money.



FOLDER : 31.

USA: Economic: Budget.



FOLDER : 32.

USA: Economic: Business, Operations and Ethics.



FOLDER : 33.

USA: Economic: Employment/Unemployment.



FOLDER : 34.

USA: Economic: Food and Nutrition. Includes letter, 1981.



FOLDER : 35.

USA: Economic: Incomes.



FOLDER : 36.

USA: Economic: Taxes. Includes letter, 1976.



FOLDER : 37.

USA: Elections: General.



FOLDER : 38.

USA: Elections: 1980.



FOLDER : 39.

USA: Foreign Policy: Bibliography.



FOLDER : 40.

USA: Foreign Policy: General: 1913-1931.



BOX XV.

FOLDER : 1.

USA: Foreign Policy: General: 1932-1945.



FOLDER : 2.

USA: Foreign Policy: General: 1946-1952.



FOLDER : 3.

USA: Foreign Policy: General: 1953-1960.



FOLDER : 4.

USA: Foreign Policy: General: 1961-1968.



FOLDER : 5.

USA: Foreign Policy: General: 1969-1974. Includes letters, 1971.



FOLDER : 6.

USA: Foreign Policy: General: 1975-1976.



FOLDER : 7.

USA: Foreign Policy: General: 1977-1980.



FOLDER : 8.

USA: Foreign Policy: General: 1981-1984.



FOLDER : 9.

USA: Foreign Policy: Congress. Includes letter, 1976.



FOLDER : 10.

USA: Foreign Policy: Economic: General. Includes correspondence with Congressman James Cleveland and Senators Norris Cotton and Thomas J. McIntyre, 1970-1974; and letter to George Meany, 1977.



FOLDER : 11.

USA: Foreign Policy: Economic: Foreign Aid. Includes correspondence with Senators Thomas J. McIntyre and John A. Durkin, 1975.



FOLDER : 12.

USA: Foreign Policy: Haig, Alexander M.



FOLDER : 13.

USA: Foreign Policy: Public Opinion.



FOLDER : 14.

USA: Government: General.



FOLDER : 15.

USA: Impeachment.



FOLDER : 16.

USA: Intelligence: Arms Control and disarmament Agency. Includes letter, 1980.



FOLDER : 17.

USA: Intelligence: Central Intelligence Agency: 1947-1978.



FOLDER : 18.

USA: Intelligence: Central Intellignece Agency: 1979-1984.



FOLDER : 19.

USA: Intelligence: National Security Agency.



FOLDER : 20.

USA: Intelligence: National Security Council.



FOLDER : 21.

USA: Internal Security.



FOLDER : 22.

USA: Labor. Includes letter, 1977.



FOLDER : 23.

USA: Lobbies.



FOLDER : 24.

USA: Lobbies: Conservative.



FOLDER : 25.

USA: Lobbies: Liberal.



FOLDER : 26.

USA: Watergate.



FOLDER : 27.

War: General.



FOLDER : 28.

War: Clausewitz.



FOLDER : 29.

War: World War I.



FOLDER : 30.

War: World War I: Origins. (See also: Box XXII for detailed chronicle of diplomacy, June 28-August 4, 1914.)



FOLDER : 31.

War: World War II.



FOLDER : 32.

War: World War III.



FOLDER : 33.

Who's Who, etc. Listings of Chamberlin in various biographical compilations, some proofs.



FOLDER : 34.

Wilton Park. Includes correspondence, 1965 and 1969.



FOLDER : 35.

World Affairs Center. Includes correspondence, 1959-1960.



FOLDER : 36.

World Government: General. Includes correspondence with David Bradley, 1966, and Norman Cousins, 1970-1971 and 1974.



FOLDER : 37.

World Government: Toward Consensus for World Law and Order (1949-1950). A cooperative project of Duke University. Chamberlin is listed as one who assisted.



FOLDER : 38.

World Law Fund.



FOLDER : 39.

World Without War Council. Includes correspondence, 1979.



FOLDER : 40.

Yugoslavia.



Index to files and references on 3X5 index cards.



BOX XVI.

A-Chamberlin: Students.



BOX XVII.

Chamberlin: Subjects: Arms - Haag, Evan.



BOX XVIII.

Haas, Ernest B. - Koo, Wellington Jr.



BOX XIX.

Korea - Q.



BOX XX.

R - United Nations: Library.



BOX XXI.

United Nations: Mediator for Palestine - Z.



Diplomacy, June 28 - August 4, 1914.



BOX XXII.

Detailed chronicle of diplomatic events, decisions, messages, etc., on 3X5 cards.





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