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Series 9, National Emergency Committee of the Military Training Camps Association: Selective service and training act of 1940; Samuel R. Spencer, Jr.; National Defense, 1910-1966

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Box: 108, Dates: circa 1933-1941

National Emergency Committee of the Military Training Camps Association: Defense - Organizations - G-Y

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  • Folder: 1, German-American Congress for Democracy, 1940
  • Folder: 2, Institute of Current World Affairs, 1940
  • Folder: 3, Institute for Propaganda Analysis, 1940
  • Folder: 4, Institute for Public Service, 1940
  • Folder: 5, International Association of Chiefs of Police, 1940
  • Folder: 6, International Association of Lions Clubs, 1940
  • Folder: 7, Joint Boycott Council, 1938-1940
  • Folder: 8, Joint Committee of Teachers' Organizations, 1938-1940
  • Folder: 9, Junior Achievement, 1938-1940
  • Folder: 10, Junior Bar Association, 1939-1940
  • Folder: 11, Junior League of New York City, 1937
  • Folder: 12, Junior Leagues of America, 1939-1940
  • Folder: 13, League for Fair Play, Inc., 1940-1941
  • Folder: 14, League for Human Rights, 1940
  • Folder: 15, League for Industrial Democracy, 1940
  • Folder: 16, League of Women Voters (New York), 1940
  • Folder: 17, Liberty Hall, 1940
  • Folder: 18, Military Order of Foreign Wars, 1940
  • Folder: 19, Minute Men of America, 1940
  • Folder: 20, Mississippi Valley Association, 1940
  • Folder: 21, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, 1940
  • Folder: 22, National Association of Manufacturers, 1940
  • Folder: 23, National Committee on the Cause and Cure of War, 1937-1940
  • Folder: 24, National Committee to Uphold Constitutional Government, 1940
  • Folder: 25, National Coordinating Committee on Education and Defense, 1940
  • Folder: 26, National Council of Women of the U.S. Inc, 1933-1940
  • Folder: 27, National Defense Alliance, 1940
  • Folder: 28, National Defense Supporters, 1940
  • Folder: 29, National Economic and Social Planning Association, 1940
  • Folder: 30, National Economy League, 1940
  • Folder: 31, National Editorial Association, 1940
  • Folder: 32, National Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs, Inc., 1940
  • Folder: 33, National Foreign Trade Council, undated
  • Folder: 34, National Foundation for American Youth, 1939-1940
  • Folder: 35, National Guard Association, 1940
  • Folder: 36, National Highway Users Conference, 1940
  • Folder: 37, National Information Bureau, 1940
  • Folder: 38, National Institute of Public Affairs, 1939-1940
  • Folder: 39, National League of American Citizens of Foreign Descent, Inc., 1940
  • Folder: 40, National Policy Committee, 1939-1940
  • Folder: 41, National Recreation Association, 1940
  • Folder: 42, National Research Council, 1938-1940
  • Folder: 43, National Security League, 1940
  • Folder: 44, New York State Chamber of Commerce, 1940
  • Folder: 45, New York State Economic Council, Inc., 1940-1941
  • Folder: 46, New World Resettlement Fund, 1940
  • Folder: 47, No Foreign War Committee, 1940
  • Folder: 48, Non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi League, 1940
  • Folder: 49, Open Forum National Council, 1940
  • Folder: 50, Pan American Council, 1940
  • Folder: 51, Pan American Society, 1940-1941
  • Folder: 52, Pan American Union, 1940
  • Folder: 53, Pioneer Youth of America, 1940
  • Folder: 54, Progressive Education Association, 1940
  • Folder: 55, Public Affairs Committee, 1940
  • Folder: 56, Race Relations Committee of the Two Philadelphia Yearly Meetings of Friends, 1940
  • Folder: 57, Reserve Officers Association of the U.S., 1940-1941
  • Folder: 58, Rockefeller Foundation, 1939-1940
  • Folder: 59, Rotary International, 1940
  • Folder: 60, Russell Safe Foundation, 1940
  • Folder: 61, School Public Relation Association, 1940
  • Folder: 62, Sentinels of the Republic, 1940
  • Folder: 63, Survey Associates, Inc., 1938-1940
  • Folder: 64, Twentieth Century Fund, 1940
  • Folder: 65, Union Now, 1940
  • Folder: 66, United Americans, 1940
  • Folder: 67, United States Conference of Mayors, 1940
  • Folder: 68, United Stated Flag Association, 1940
  • Folder: 69, United States Junior Chamber of Commerce, 1940
  • Folder: 70, Wake up America Committee, 1940
  • Folder: 71, Wall Street Conference of Thirty Million, 1940
  • Folder: 72, We Americans, 1940
  • Folder: 73, Welfare and Recreation Committee of Army and Navy, 1941
  • Folder: 74, Workers Education Bureau of America, 1940
  • Folder: 75, World Citizens Association, 1939-1940
  • Folder: 76, Youthbuilders Inc., 1940
  • Folder: 77, National Industrial Conference Board, 1940

Box: 109, Dates: circa 1938-1950

National Emergency Committee of the Military Training Camps Association: Defense

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  • Folder: 1, General, 1940
  • Folder: 2, Health, 1940
  • Folder: 3, Jews, 1940
  • Folder: 4, Municipal, 1940
  • Folder: 5, "No", 1940
  • Folder: 6, Patriotic, 1936-1940
  • Folder: 7, Religious, 1927-1940
  • Folder: 8, Trade, 1940
  • Folder: 9, "W", 1940
  • Folder: 10, Youth, 1940
  • Folder: 11, American Association of Leisure Time Educators, 1940
  • Folder: 12, American Legion (California), 1939-1940
  • Folder: 13, Czech-American National Alliance, 1940
  • Folder: 14, Air Transport Association of America, 1940
  • Folder: 15, Czechoslovak National Council of America, 1940
  • Folder: 16, National Bureau of Economic Research, 1940

Box: 110, Dates: circa 1938-1950

National Emergency Committee of the Military Training Camps Association: Defense

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  • Folder: 1, Lists sent to Washington and Uncorrected Lists, 1940
  • Folder: 2, Associations, 1940
  • Folder: 3, Questionnaire, 1940
  • Folder: 4, Correspondence, American Citizens' Council, 1940
  • Folder: 5, American Citizens' Council Plan, 1940
  • Folder: 6, Disbanded, 1940
  • Folder: 7, Form letter to Associations, 1940
  • Folder: 8, Holding for Further Information, 1940
  • Folder: 9, Agriculture, 1940
  • Folder: 10, Anti-Nazi A, 1940
  • Folder: 11, Citizenship, 1939-1940
  • Folder: 12, Contact, 1940
  • Folder: 13, "S" [Suspects], 1940
  • Folder: 14, Cultural, 1940
  • Folder: 15, Educational - Folder #1, 1931-1940
  • Folder: 16, Educational - Folder #2, 1940
  • Folder: 17, Educational - Folder #3, 1940
  • Folder: 18, Foundations, 1939-1940
  • Folder: 19, Foreign Relations, 1920-1940
  • Folder: 20, Fraternal, 1940

Box: 111, Dates: 1940-1941

National Emergency Committee of the Military Training Camps Association: Publicity

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  • Folder: 1, Mailing Lists, 1941
  • Folder: 2, Mailing Lists, 1941
  • Folder: 3, Mailing List, 1940
  • Folder: 4, Administrative Committee, 1940
  • Folder: 5, Letter Requesting September 1940 Camps, 1940
  • Folder: 6, Form letter for withdrawals from July 4, 1940 Camp, 1940
  • Folder: 7, Deadline for Accepting Applications, 1940
  • Folder: 8, Incomplete Application, 1940
  • Folder: 9, Rejection for 1940 Camps, 1940
  • Folder: 10, "Notice To Trainees..." re severance, 1940
  • Folder: 11, National Service Division, Overtime Register, 1940
  • Folder: 12, Acknowledgment of Application for Employment, 1940
  • Folder: 13, Daily Time Sheet, 1940
  • Folder: 14, Salary Receipt, 1940
  • Folder: 15, Daily Mailing Report, 1940
  • Folder: 16, Materials Not Released, 1940
  • Folder: 17, Pictures, 1940
  • Folder: 18, Movies, 1940
  • Folder: 19, Progress Reports, 1940
  • Folder: 20, Category, 1940
  • Folder: 21, Time Magazine, 1940
  • Folder: 22, World's Fair, 1940
  • Folder: 23, Western Newspaper Union, 1940
  • Folder: 24, Local Publicity, 1940
  • Folder: 25, Polls, 1940
  • Folder: 26, New York State Newspapers, 1940
  • Folder: 27, New York City News, 1940
  • Folder: 28, Newsreel Work, 1940
  • Folder: 29, Midwestern Editorial Comment, 1940
  • Folder: 30, Editors Favorable, 1940
  • Folder: 31, Individual Expense Voucher, 1940
  • Folder: 32, Preparatory Military Course, 1940
  • Folder: 33, "Publicity in Support of National Campaign...", 1940
  • Folder: 34, "Individual Letters and Telegrams...", 1940
  • Folder: 35, Wadsworth, James J., Speech, July 28, 1940
  • Folder: 36, Bullitt, William C., Address, August 18, 1940
  • Folder: 37, Standley, William H., Address, August 10, 1940
  • Folder: 38, Donovan, Col. William J., Radio Address, August 10, 1940
  • Folder: 39, Brown, Otis N., Radio Address, August 10, 1940
  • Folder: 40, "Deadline for America" - addresses by Knox, Frank; Patterson, Robert P.; Adler, Julius Ochs, August 4, 1940
  • Folder: 41, Maloney, Francis, Speech, August 20, 1940
  • Folder: 42, Clark, G. and Langford, M.S., Radio Talk, July 9, 1940
  • Folder: 43, Palmer, John McA., 1940
  • Folder: 44, Levand, M.M., 1940
  • Folder: 45, Progress Report by Boone, Perley, June 1 - July 19, 1940
  • Folder: 46, "Fifth Columns" by Boone, Perley, 1940
  • Folder: 47, Activities Report by Boone, Perley, June 1 - September 1, 1940
  • Folder: 48, Boone, Perley, 1940
  • Folder: 49, Williams, J.D. Reports, 1940
  • Folder: 50, Speakers' Bureau, 1940
  • Folder: 51, "The people of this nation...", 1940
  • Folder: 52, "Fellow American", 1940
  • Folder: 53, July 21, 1940 Memorandum Bulletin (Sanders, Lewis), 1940
  • Folder: 54, "Quotations from Church Leaders on the Subject of National Conscription", August 26, 1940
  • Folder: 55, "The Need for the Immediate Enactment of a Bill for Universal Compulsory Selective, Military Service", 1940
  • Folder: 56, "Plan of Corps Area Organization", 1940
  • Folder: 57, Sanders, Lewis, form letter acknowledging "willingness to cooperate", 1940
  • Folder: 58, Request for names and addresses of State County Chairmen, 1940
  • Folder: 59, Letterhead (early), 1940
  • Folder: 60, Reprint of August 11, 1940 Gallup Poll re conscription, 1940
  • Folder: 61, Set of Literature prepared by the National Service Division, 1940

Box: 112, Dates: circa 1940

National Emergency Committee of the Military Training Camps Association: Publicity

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  • Folder: 1, "Why We Must Have Selective Compulsory Military Training and Service", 1940
  • Folder: 2, "Bill for Selective Compulsory Military Training and Service" as revised up to July 31, 1940, July 31, 1940
  • Folder: 3, "A Brief for Wide Age Limits..." , July 1940
  • Folder: 4, Reprint of Col. Ralph C. Tobin's plea for conscription, July 31, 1940 (New York Times, August 1, 1940), 1940
  • Folder: 5, "Report of Replies as of Noon, August 2, 1940", 1940
  • Folder: 6, Original Literature, June 1940
  • Folder: 7, "Why the Volunteer System Is Inadequate--Facts and Figures on Army Recruiting", 1940
  • Folder: 8, "Continued Need for Exerting Pressure of Public Opinion on Congress" (Sanders, Lewis), 1940
  • Folder: 9, "The Reasons for a Selective Compulsory Military Training and Service Bill", 1940
  • Folder: 10, "The Immediate Need for Trained Military Manpower". Sanders, Lewis, August 12, 1940
  • Folder: 11, Explanatory Letter, Clark, Grenville, July 10, 1940
  • Folder: 12, Specimen of Regional Map, 1940
  • Folder: 13, Explanatory Memorandum to inactive but interested, 1940
  • Folder: 14, Memorandum to those whose names do not appear on regional maps, 1940
  • Folder: 15, Letter to enclose with set of forms, 1940
  • Folder: 16, Revised By-Laws of M.T.C.A., 1940
  • Folder: 17, Civilian Aides to the Secretary of War, 1940
  • Folder: 18, "Principal Provisions of the Proposed Bill for Selective Compulsory Military Training and Service", 1940
  • Folder: 19, Letter of July 3, 1940 from Pershing, John J. to Sheppard, Sen. Morris, 1940
  • Folder: 20, Facsimile of telegram of Pershing, John J. to Shattuck, Mayo O., June 28, 1940
  • Folder: 21, Letter acknowledging acceptance postcard and outlining procedure (Adams, George F.), 1940
  • Folder: 22, Organization, National Service Division, 1940
  • Folder: 23, July 23, 1940 "Changes in Burke-Wadsworth Bill Approved by Senate Military Affairs Committee", July 31, 1940 and "Principal Changes in Burke-Wadsworth Bill", July 23-31, 1940
  • Folder: 24, "National Service Division Report", July 27, 1940
  • Folder: 25, Plan for Organization of Upstate New York Region, 1940
  • Folder: 26, Explanatory Letter sent with return post card #2, 1940
  • Folder: 27, Instruction sheet re National "Local" Letter, 1940
  • Folder: 28, Reply Mailing, 1940
  • Folder: 29, "America's Most Important Issue", 1940
  • Folder: 30, Post card petition, August 7, 1940
  • Folder: 31, Mass Mailing #1, 1940
  • Folder: 32, New York Committee mailing, 1940
  • Folder: 33, Membership Card, 1940
  • Folder: 34, Literature, July-August, 1940
  • Folder: 35, Pan American Activities, 1940
  • Folder: 36, Requests for Material, 1940
  • Folder: 37, Libraries, 1940
  • Folder: 38, Labor, 1940
  • Folder: 39, Aliens, 1940
  • Folder: 40, Lodges, 1940
  • Folder: 41, Magazines, 1940
  • Folder: 42, Military Regulations, 1940
  • Folder: 43, Naval Strengths, 1940
  • Folder: 44, Form letters, 1940
  • Folder: 45, Education, 1940
  • Folder: 46, Editorials, 1940
  • Folder: 47, Resolutions, 1940
  • Folder: 48, Radio Releases and Speeches, 1940
  • Folder: 49, Radios, 1940

Box: 113, Dates: June-August, 1940

National Emergency Committee of the Military Training Camps Association: Publicity

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  • Folder: 1, "Plattsburg Group Asks Conscription," New York Times, May 23, 1940
  • Folder: 2, "Conscription of Women Urged if U.S. Joins War",, May 21, 1940
  • Folder: 3, "Plattsburg Group Asks Aid to Allies", New York Times, May 24, 1940
  • Folder: 4, "Drive Is Started for Conscription", New York Times, June 4, 1940
  • Folder: 5, "Princeton Group for Conscription", New York Times, June 12, 1940
  • Folder: 6, "Plattsburg Group Expands Sharply", New York Times, 1940
  • Folder: 7, "Lectures to Prepare Men for Plattsburg", New York Sun, June 12, 1940
  • Folder: 8, "A Bill to Protect the Integrity and Institutions of the United States Through a System of Selective Compulsory Military Training and Service; to be cited as "The Printed Draft, June 12, 1940
  • Folder: 9, "Williams Alumni Urge Conscription", New York Times, June 15, 1940
  • Folder: 11, "Alumni Demand Training Camps", New York Sun, June 14, 1940
  • Folder: 12, College Meetings to Aid Conscription, June 13, 1940
  • Folder: 13, "Conscription Aid Seen at 4 Colleges," New York Times, June 13, 1940
  • Folder: 15, "Camp Calls Sound at Yale, Harvard", New York Times, June 16, 1940
  • Folder: 16, "Military Training Favored by Editors", New York Times, June 16, 1940
  • Folder: 17, "War Course Ready for Business Men", New York Times, July 3, 1940
  • Folder: 18, "Rolls for Training Open Tomorrow", New York Times, June 16, 1940
  • Folder: 20, Plattsburg Announcement from Army Information Service, June 17, 1940
  • Folder: 21, "Heads Recruiting for Training Camps", Scarsdale, N.Y. Inquirer, June 21, 1940
  • Folder: 23, What They Say, June 19, 1940
  • Folder: 24, "Harvard Rally Told U.S. Must Force Training", New York Times, June 20, 1940
  • Folder: 25, Recruiting Representative Group, June 21, 1940
  • Folder: 26, Honre Joseph Jaxon - Bronx - applies for military training, June 20, 1940
  • Folder: 27, Applications Being Received (radio announcement), June 17, 1940
  • Folder: 28, Capitulation of France draws recruits to Military Training Camps Association, June 18, 1940
  • Folder: 29, "Selection Plan Set for Training Camp", New York Times, June 20, 1940
  • Folder: 30, Second Day of Recruiting, New York Times, June 19, 1940
  • Folder: 31, Enthusiasm increased on third day of recruiting, undated
  • Folder: 33, New Jersey represented in recruiting office, June 20, 1940
  • Folder: 34, Resolution favoring compulsory military training adopted by West Point Society of New York, New York Times, June 20, 1940
  • Folder: 35, Deadline for Recruiting Near, June 20, 1940
  • Folder: 36, "Veterans Apply for Plattsburg," New York Times, June 23, 1940
  • Folder: 37, Radio announcement advising closing date for acceptances, June 20, 1940
  • Folder: 38, Last-minute rush of applicants all over the country by end of last week, undated
  • Folder: 39, "Plattsburg Posts Sought by 1,933", New York Times, June 25, 1940
  • Folder: 40, "Plattsburg gets 2,100 Applicants", New York Times, June 26, 1940
  • Folder: 41, Bill introduced in Senate and House, undated
  • Folder: 42, "A Proposed Bill To Protect the Integrity and Institutions of the United States Through a System of Selective Compulsory Military Training and Service" - Confidential until the bill is introduced in Congress or released for publication in the press, June 18, 1940
  • Folder: 43, Bill filed in House of Representatives by Wadsworth:"Both Parties Back Selective Service", New York Times, June 22, 1940
  • Folder: 44, "The Selective training and Service Bill", Introduced by Senator Burke as Senate Bill No. 4164 and by Representative Wadsworth as House Bill No. 10132, June 21, 1940
  • Folder: 45, "Offices Opened in Draft Drive", June 20, 1940
  • Folder: 46, Burke files Bill for selective compulsory service, New York Times, June 21, 1940
  • Folder: 48, "Plattsburg Rolls Increase Rapidly", New York Times, June 22, 1940
  • Folder: 49, "Training Bill Omits Number to be Called", New York Times, June 24, 1940
  • Folder: 50, No let-up in Recruiting end of first week, undated
  • Folder: 51, Widespread approval of Bill reported - Veterans Apply for Plattsburg", New York Times, June 23, 1940
  • Folder: 52, Widespread approval of Bill reported, June 22, 1940
  • Folder: 53, Upstate New Yorkers urged to apply, undated
  • Folder: 54, Correction - AP release #30, undated
  • Folder: 55, Application from Corning for Plattsburg, June 22, 1940
  • Folder: 56, Application from Lynchburg for Plattsburg, undated
  • Folder: 57, Application from Lynchburg for Plattsburg, undated
  • Folder: 58, Application from Lynchburg for Plattsburg, undated
  • Folder: 59, Application from Lynchburg for Plattsburg, undated
  • Folder: 60, Application from Lynchburg for Plattsburg, undated
  • Folder: 61, Application from Lynchburg for Plattsburg, undated
  • Folder: 62, Application from Lynchburg for Plattsburg, undated
  • Folder: 63, Application from Lynchburg for Plattsburg, undated
  • Folder: 64, "Marshall Field and His Son Enroll", New York Sun, June 20, 1940
  • Folder: 65, New Jersey veterans applying, June 22, 1940
  • Folder: 66, Letter to Editors re Introduction of Bill, June 25, 1940
  • Folder: 67, Material for editorial "Blitzkreig Insurance" , June 23, 1940
  • Folder: 68, "How You Can Help Bring Universal Military Training and Service", June 25, 1940
  • Folder: 69, "Lehman Supports Compulsory Drill", New York Times - Speech at Private luncheon, Broad Street Club, June 28, 1940
  • Folder: 70, Address of Herbert H. Lehman, Broad Street Club, June 27, 1940
  • Folder: 71, General Drum, Lewis Douglas, Grenville Clark speeches at private luncheon, Broad Street Club, June 27, 1940
  • Folder: 72, "Plattsburg Lists 800 for Training", New York Times, June 29, 1940
  • Folder: 73, Quota for 2nd Corps increased from 500 to 800, undated
  • Folder: 74, "Dice Begins Here for 2d Plattsburg", New York Times, June 27, 1940
  • Folder: 75, "Plattsburg Lists Unique Ceremony," New York Times, June 30, 1940
  • Folder: 76, Special Release to Agricultural Papers,", June 29, 1940
  • Folder: 77, "Plattsburg Group Departs Tonight" New York Times, June 4, 1940
  • Folder: 78, Letter to 10,000 Plattsburg Graduates, June 29, 1940
  • Folder: 79, "The Selective Training and Service Bill", undated
  • Folder: 80, "Plattsburg Group Urges More Camps", New York Times, July 1, 1940; Second Period for Plattsburg Overflow Asked", New York Herald Tribune, July 1, 1940; "New Camps Urged to Train Officers", New York Times, July 5, 1940, July 1940
  • Folder: 81, "Universal Training Pressed by Burke", New York Times, July 1, 1940
  • Folder: 82, "Selective Compulsory Military Training vs. The Volunteer System", radio address of Senator Edward R. Burke, National Broadcasting Company, August 20, 1940
  • Folder: 83, "Plattsburg Group Urges More Camps", New York Times, July 2, 1940
  • Folder: 84, "Plattsburg Group Urges More Camps", New York Times, July 1, 1940 - Second Corps Area meeting (Col. Baird) Urging more M.T.C., July 1, 1940
  • Folder: 85, Second Corps Area Meeting (Col. Baird) Urging more M.T.C., July
  • Folder: 86, New York advertising Men's Post urged to support bill by individual section, undated
  • Folder: 87, Hearings on Bill to Begin in Washington, July 2, 1940
  • Folder: 88, Prep-school course announced for possible second Plattsburg camp, undated
  • Folder: 89, Educational release, July 3, 1940
  • Folder: 90, "Older Group Off for Plattsburg" New York Times, July 5, 1940
  • Folder: 91, "Roosevelt Backs His Training Plan", New York Times, July 10, 1940; "Pershing Backs Training Draft, Cites 1914 Need", New York Herald Tribune, July 4, 1940; "Dr. Conan's Statement on the Military Training Bill", New York Times, July 4, 1940, July 1940
  • Folder: 92, "Testimony of Grenville Clark, Chairman, National Emergency Committee of the Military Training camps Association of the U.S., Before he Senate Military affairs Committee on July 3, 1940, July 3, 1940
  • Folder: 93, "Statement of Gen, John MacAuley Palmer (ret.) read before the Senate Military Affairs Committee at hearing on compulsory service, July 3, 1940
  • Folder: 94, "Statement of dr. James B. Conant, President of Harvard University, read before the Senate Committee on Military Affairs, July 3, 1940
  • Folder: 95, General Pershing's Views - Letter read before the Committee on Military Affairs of the U.S. Senate, July 3, 1940
  • Folder: 96, Col. Julius Ochs Adler's letter to Acting Secretary of War urging additional training camps, July 5, 1940
  • Folder: 97, "Army, Navy Ready With Broad Plans for Conscription", New York Times, July 6, 1940
  • Folder: 98, Statement from witnesses for Bill (Adler, Sanders, Col. Frederick Palmer), New York Times, July 6, 1940
  • Folder: 99, Col. Adler's address at Plattsburg, July 6, 1940
  • Folder: 100, Round-Up - to date, July 1940
  • Folder: 101, Letter to Editors re Plattsburg releases to newspapers in home cities, July 8, 1940
  • Folder: 102, Editors advised of successful home-town applicants, July 1940
  • Folder: 103, Editors advised of hometown applicants successful, and suggesting contacting Lee Brown, July 1940
  • Folder: 104, "400 Men Here Join Plattsburg Move," New York Times, June 14, 1940
  • Folder: 104, Educators Assail Draft, July 9, 1940
  • Folder: 106, Grenville Clark Statement from Washington, July 9, 1940
  • Folder: 107, "Statement of Judge William Clark of the United States Circuit Court of Appeals, Newark, New Jersey, who is now attending the Special Training Camp for Older Professional and Businessmen at Plattsburg, New York" , July 10, 1940
  • Folder: 108, Testimony of Gen. John MacAuley Palmer, July 11, 1940
  • Folder: 109, Colonel Donovan before House Military Affairs Committee, July 10, 1940
  • Folder: 110, "Army Chief Backs Training for All", New York Times, July 12, 1940
  • Folder: 111, "Inland Editors Join Coast Editors in Urging Need for Immediate Law for Selective Compulsory Military Training", July 11, 1940
  • Folder: 112, Note to City Editors, July 1, 1940
  • Folder: 113, "Press in Midwest Strong for Draft", New York Tribune, August 6, 1940
  • Folder: 114, "Wide Backing Seen for Conscription", New York Times, July 14, 1940
  • Folder: 115, "Committee Votes Bill for Training of National Guard", New York Times, July 3, 1940
  • Folder: 117, "Questions and Answers concerning Compulsory Military Training", July 10, 1940
  • Folder: 118, James Warner Bellah will address meeting Thursday, July 18, 1940
  • Folder: 119, "Stimson to Hear His Civilian Aides", New York Times, July 17, 1940
  • Folder: 120, Lead for Secretary Stimson's address to civilian aides, July 16, 1940
  • Folder: 121, "Guarantee of Freedom", undated
  • Folder: 122, New Lead for Secretary Stimson's address to civilian aides, July 16, 1940
  • Folder: 123, National Emergency Committee's analysis of defense problems, July 20, 1940
  • Folder: 124, "Why We Must Have Selective Compulsory Military Training and Service", July 20, 1940
  • Folder: 125, "Unpreparedness of America in World at War Shown by Analysis", July 22, 1940
  • Folder: 126, Progress Report, June 1 - July 19, 1940
  • Folder: 127, Radio Program Announced, undated
  • Folder: 128, "Senators Back Draft for Men from 18 to 64", New York Herald Tribune, July 24, 1940
  • Folder: 129, "Army Set-Up Ready for Service Law; To Spare Husbands", New York Times, July 25, 1940
  • Folder: 130, "Senators Write Job Protection Into Draft Bill", New York Herald Tribune, July 26, 1940
  • Folder: 131, "Draft Dodgers Get Prison Under Bill", New York Times, July 27, 1940; "La Guardia Backs Full Draft", New York Post, August 2, 1940, July-August 1940
  • Folder: 132, Business and Professional Men's Camps adopt Resolutions favoring compulsory service, August 1, 1940
  • Folder: 133, Letter to Editors re Age Limits, July 30, 1940
  • Folder: 134, "Age Limits", July 30, 1940
  • Folder: 135, Bill for Selective Compulsory Military Training and Service, as revised up to July 31, 1940 by Military Affairs Committee of the United States Senate - with excerpts from the testimony of General Pershing, Gen. Marshall, Secretary Stimson, Secretary Knox, Grenville Clark, Julius Ochs Adler, Dr. James B. Conant, Mayor LaGuardia and others, undated
  • Folder: 136, Allen Rushton accepts 4th Corps Area Chairmanship, August 1940
  • Folder: 137, "Press in Midwest Strong for Draft", New York Times, August 8, 1940
  • Folder: 138, In connection with the statement of Harry Woodring, August 3, 1940
  • Folder: 139, Radio announcement re: Knox, Patterson and Adler radio speeches, August 1940
  • Folder: 140, Opinions of Governors, August 5, 1940
  • Folder: 141, Leads for Knox, Patterson and Adler radio speeches, August 1940
  • Folder: 142, Broadcast by the Honorable Frank Knox, The Secretary of the Navy on Columbia Broadcasting System, August 4, 1940
  • Folder: 143, Broadcast by the Honorable Robert Porter Patterson, The Assistant Secretary of War in a symposium on compulsory military training, under auspices Military Training Camps Association, Sunday, August 4, 1940
  • Folder: 144, Col. Adler's radio speech, August 4, 1940
  • Folder: 147, "77th Division Association Backs Training Bill", Journal American, July 13, 1940
  • Folder: 192, "200 Enrolled Here in New Plattsburg", New York Times, June 18, 1940
  • Folder: 224, "400 More Apply for Plattsburg", New York Times, June 19, 1940
  • Folder: 322, "200 Ask to Join Plattsburg Camp", New York Times, June 21, 1940
  • Folder: 471, "1,200 Ask to Join Plattsburg Camp", New York Times, June 21, 1940
  • Folder: 1052, "23 Colleges Heads Backs Defense Aims" New York Times, July 9, 1940
  • Folder: 1162, "200 Men Hear Military Talk and Plan Drill", New York Herald Tribune, July 10, 1940

Box: 114, Dates: June-August, 1940

National Emergency Committee of the Military Training Camps Association: Publicity

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Unrestricted

Box Contents

  • Folder: 1, Walter F. Cozad Accepts 7th Corps Area Chairmanship, August 5, 1940
  • Folder: 2, Governors' messages re Selective Compulsory Military Training, August 5, 1940 [includes messages from: Governors Frank Dixon, Henry Horner, M. Clifford Townswend, Fred P. Cone, E.P. Carville, Nels H. Smith, Charles A. Sprague, Clarence D. Martin, Culbert L. Olson, William H. Vanderbilt, Clyde R. Hoey, Burnet R. Maybank, A. Harry Moore, Leverett Saltonstall, Paul B. Johnson, R.T. Jones, Herbert H. Lehman], circa 1940
  • Folder: 3, "Deadline for America", Address by Frank Knox, Robert p. Patterson, Julius Ochs Adler, over Columbia Broadcasting System, August 4, 1940
  • Folder: 4, Senator Vandenberg attacks our release #81 - "Camp Group Scores Vandenberg Stand", New York Times, August 8, 1940
  • Folder: 5, Telegram to Senator Burke for Congressional Record answering Senator Vandenberg's attack, August 7, 1940
  • Folder: 6, Announcement of Admiral Standley on radio, August 1940
  • Folder: 7, Address by Admiral William H. Standley, Columbia Broadcasting System, August 10, 1940
  • Folder: 8, Letter to State Aides, Corps Area Aides, August 8, 1940
  • Folder: 9, Answer to questions concerning the amount of money raised by the National Emergency Committee, August 9, 1940
  • Folder: 10, "Makes Plea for Draft", New York Times, August 10, 1940
  • Folder: 11, Speakers for a Symposium, August 12, 1940
  • Folder: 12, Remarks of Judge William Clark, over radio W.M.C.A., August 12, 1940
  • Folder: 13, Radio speech of John P. Roth, August 12, 1940
  • Folder: 14, Memorandum to Program Manager, August 1940
  • Folder: 15, "Voters in All States Favor Conscription by 2 to 1, Poll Shows", Washington Post, August 11, 1940
  • Folder: 16, "Food for Thought", reprinted from New York Post, August 15, 1940
  • Folder: 17, Daily Press of the United States in favor of immediate adoption, July 30, 1940
  • Folder: 18, Church leaders in support of selective compulsory military training and service, August 26, 1940
  • Folder: 19, "Facts and Figures",, August 25, 1940
  • Folder: 20, Form letter sending "Why a Volunteer System is Inadequate", August 28, 1940
  • Folder: 21, Telegram to Senator Burke urging wider age limits, August 28, 1940
  • Folder: 22, Letter quoting from August 28, 1940 letter to Senator Burke, August 29, 1940
  • Folder: 23, Memorandum to Program Manager, undated
  • Folder: 24, Activities Report, June 1 - September 1, 1940
  • Folder: 25, Telegram to Members of Senate and House Military Affairs Committees urging wider age limits, August 28, 1940
  • Folder: 26, "Memorandum in Respect of the Important Differences Between the Burke-Wadsworth Bill and a Draft of Bill Prepared by the Joint Army and Navy Selective Service Committee, dated July 1, 1940", July 9, 1940
  • Folder: 27, Release transmitting documents showing organized campaign against conscription, September 2, 1940
  • Folder: 28, Fish Amendment, September 10, 1940
  • Folder: 29, Telegram to Senate Military Affairs Committee urging restoration of age provisions, August 3, 1940
  • Folder: 30, Letter to House Military Affairs Committee re telegram to Senate Committee, August 3, 1940
  • Folder: 31, "The time has come...", July 10, 1940
  • Folder: 32, Telegram urging immediate concentrated action, August 1, 1940
  • Folder: 33, Appeal for funds, undated
  • Folder: 34, "America's Most Important Issue", undated
  • Folder: 35, Letter to Senate and House transmitting handbills showing communist opposition, August 30, 1940
  • Folder: 36, Release re Communists against conscription, August 30, 1940
  • Folder: 37, Letter correcting error in August 30, 1940 letter of transmittal, September 1940
  • Folder: 38, "Continued Need for Exerting Pressure of Public Opinion on Congress", August 30, 1940
  • Folder: 39, "A Brief for Wide Age Limits", September 1940
  • Folder: 40, Letter transmitting pamphlet on wide age limits, September 3, 1940
  • Folder: 41, "The Proper Range of Draft Registration" by Grenville Clark, September 4, 1940
  • Folder: 42, Letter to House Conferees re Fish amendment, September 9, 1940
  • Folder: 43, Letter re winter training program, September 24, 1940
  • Folder: 44, "A Study of Fifth Columns and what is being done to combat anti-American propaganda", October 1940
  • Folder: 45, Letter re future activities of National Emergency Committee of M.T.C.A., October 21, 1940
  • Folder: 46, Substitute pages for "a Study of Fifth Columns...", October 29, 1940
  • Folder: 47, Conversion of World's Fair, August 1940
  • Folder: 48, Miscellaneous and unnumbered releases, circa 1940
  • Folder: 49, Index - Press Release Book, circa 1940
  • Folder: 50, Army Corps Areas, undated
  • Folder: 51, First Corps Area, undated
  • Folder: 52, Second Corps Area, undated
  • Folder: 53, Third Corps Area, undated
  • Folder: 54, Fourth Corps Area, undated
  • Folder: 55, Fifth Corps Area, undated
  • Folder: 56, Sixth Corps Area, undated
  • Folder: 57, Seventh Corps Area, undated
  • Folder: 58, Eighth Corps Area, undated
  • Folder: 59, Ninth Corps Area, undated

Box: 115, Dates: circa 1940

National Emergency Committee of the Military Training Camps Association Publicity: Clippings A - Editorials #1

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Unrestricted

Box Contents

  • Folder: 1, Addresses (Speeches), circa 1940
  • Folder: 2, Adler, Julius Ochs, circa 1940
  • Folder: 3, Aides, circa 1940
  • Folder: 4, Aliens, circa 1940
  • Folder: 5, Aircraft, circa 1940
  • Folder: 6, Army, circa 1940
  • Folder: 7, Associations, circa 1940
  • Folder: 8, Barracks, circa 1940
  • Folder: 9, Bill, circa 1940
  • Folder: 10, Bill Text, circa 1940
  • Folder: 11, Bullitt, William C., circa 1940
  • Folder: 12, Burke, Edward R., circa 1940
  • Folder: 13, Canada, circa 1940
  • Folder: 14, Civilian Military Training Camps, circa 1940
  • Folder: 15, Clark, Grenville, circa 1940
  • Folder: 16, Colleges, circa 1940
  • Folder: 17, Columns, circa 1940
  • Folder: 18, Communists, circa 1940
  • Folder: 19, Compulsory Training, circa 1940
  • Folder: 20, Conference, circa 1940
  • Folder: 21, Congress, circa 1940
  • Folder: 22, Defense, circa 1940
  • Folder: 23, Defense, circa 1940
  • Folder: 24, Defense, circa 1940
  • Folder: 25, Defense (Home), circa 1940
  • Folder: 26, Democratic Party, circa 1940
  • Folder: 27, Destroyers, circa 1940
  • Folder: 28, Dewey, circa 1940
  • Folder: 29, Draft, circa 1940
  • Folder: 30, Draft (New York), circa 1940
  • Folder: 31, Editorials #1, circa 1940

Box: 116, Dates: 1940

National Emergency Committee of the Military Training Camps Association Publicity: Clippings - Editorials #2 - M.T.C.A.

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Unrestricted

Box Contents

  • Folder: 1, Editorials #2, 1940
  • Folder: 2, Editorials #3, 1940
  • Folder: 3, Education, 1940
  • Folder: 4, England, 1940
  • Folder: 5, Farmers, 1940
  • Folder: 6, Finance, 1940
  • Folder: 7, Food, 1940
  • Folder: 8, Ford, 1940
  • Folder: 9, France, 1940
  • Folder: 10, Gallup, 1940
  • Folder: 11, Germany, 1940
  • Folder: 12, G.O.P., 1940
  • Folder: 13, Guard, 1940
  • Folder: 14, Health, 1940
  • Folder: 15, Hearings (House), 1940
  • Folder: 16, Hearings (Senate), 1940
  • Folder: 17, Hoover, Herbert, 1940
  • Folder: 18, Hopkins, Harry L., 1940
  • Folder: 19, Hull, Cordell, 1940
  • Folder: 20, Industry, 1940
  • Folder: 21, Italians, 1940
  • Folder: 22, Japan, 1940
  • Folder: 23, Jews, 1940
  • Folder: 24, Journal Series, 1940
  • Folder: 25, Knox, Frank, 1940
  • Folder: 26, Knudsen, Williams S., 1940
  • Folder: 27, Labor, 1940
  • Folder: 28, LaGuardia, 1940
  • Folder: 29, Legion, 1940
  • Folder: 30, Lehman, Herbert H., 1940
  • Folder: 31, Letters, 1940
  • Folder: 32, Lewis, John L., 1940
  • Folder: 33, Lindbergh, Charles, 1940
  • Folder: 34, Lothian, Lord, 1940
  • Folder: 35, Mexico, 1940
  • Folder: 36, M.T.C.A., 1940

Box: 117, Dates: 1940

National Emergency Committee of the Military Training Camps Association Publicity: Clippings - Miscellaneous - Z

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Unrestricted

Box Contents

  • Folder: 1, Miscellaneous, 1940
  • Folder: 2, Monroe Doctrine, 1940
  • Folder: 3, National Association of Manufacturers, 1940
  • Folder: 4, National Emergency Committee, 1940
  • Folder: 5, National Youth Administration, 1940
  • Folder: 6, Navy, 1940
  • Folder: 7, New Masses, 1940
  • Folder: 8, New York State, 1940
  • Folder: 9, Opinion, 1940
  • Folder: 10, Pan America, 1940
  • Folder: 11, Pershing, John J., 1940
  • Folder: 12, Plattsburg, 1940
  • Folder: 13, Post Series, 1940
  • Folder: 14, Questions, 1940
  • Folder: 15, Radio, 1940
  • Folder: 16, Recreation, 1940
  • Folder: 17, Recruiting, 1940
  • Folder: 18, Registration, 1940
  • Folder: 19, Roads, 1940
  • Folder: 20, Roosevelt, Franklin D., 1940
  • Folder: 21, Rules, 1940
  • Folder: 22, Russia, 1940
  • Folder: 23, St. Louis Post Dispatch, 1940
  • Folder: 24, Science, 1940
  • Folder: 25, Senate, 1940
  • Folder: 26, Speakers, 1940
  • Folder: 27, Standley, Admiral, 1940
  • Folder: 28, Stettinius, Edward R., Jr., 1940
  • Folder: 29, Stimson, Henry L., 1940
  • Folder: 30, Supporters, 1940
  • Folder: 31, Tablet, 1940
  • Folder: 32, Taxes, 1940
  • Folder: 33, Taylor, Sloan, 1940
  • Folder: 34, Training (General), 1940
  • Folder: 35, Training, 1940
  • Folder: 36, Union, 1940
  • Folder: 37, Universal Training, 1940
  • Folder: 38, Vandenberg, 1940
  • Folder: 39, Vote, 1940
  • Folder: 40, Wheeler, Burton K., 1940
  • Folder: 41, White, William Allen, 1940
  • Folder: 42, Wilkie, Wendell L., 1940
  • Folder: 43, World Telegram Series, 1940
  • Folder: 44, W.P.A., 1940

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