Guide to the Papers of Shepard Stone, 1925 - 1990Manuscript ML-99

Box & Folder List

Series 2, WWII, 1941-1945

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Box: 2

Box Contents

  • Folder: 23, Address book, undated
  • Folder: 24, Addresses and phone numbers of Stone's contacts in England, circa 1944
  • Folder: 25, Article:German Concentration Camps: One Aspect of Germany's New European Order as Revealed in the Swiss Press; in Supplement to News Digest, 13 April 1945
  • Folder: 26, Article:How Our Cities Are Protected From Axis Bombs, by Roscoe Drummond and Glen Perry; inSaturday Evening Post, 13 June 1942
  • Folder: 27, Article:The Men Behind the By-Lines, by E.J. Kahn, Jr; in Saturday Evening Post, 11 September 1943
  • Folder: 28, Article:The Saga of Wake, by Hanson W. Baldwin; reprinted fromThe Virginia Quarterly Review, Summer 1942
  • Folder: 29, Book:Order of Battle of the German Army, prepared by Military Intelligence Division, War Dept., Washington, D.C., February 1944
  • Folder: 30, Book:Order of Battle of the Italian Army, prepared by Military Intelligence Service, Washington, D.C., July 1943
  • Folder: 31, Booklet:Information Booklet, HQ, First United States Army, May 1945
  • Folder: 32, Chart:Organization of First United States Army G-2 Section Operational, 1945
  • Folder: 33, Chart:Standard Symbols Adopted By the Board of Surveys and Maps United States of America; U.S. Geological Survey, 1932
  • Folder: 34, Chart:Supreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Force. Psychological Warfare Division Organizational Chart, undated
  • Folder: 35, Circulars, 1942, 1945, undated
  • Folder: 36, Clippings, 1942-1945, undated
  • Folder: 37, Extracts of orders, 1942, 1944-1945
  • Folder: 38, Forms; authorizations for pay deductions and allotments, 1942-1945
  • Folder: 39, Forms; certifications, 1943-1944
  • Folder: 40, Forms; identification cards, ration books, membership cards, passes, 1945, undated
  • Folder: 41, Forms; Last Will and Testament of Shepard Stone, 25 September 1943
  • Folder: 42, Forms; misc., 1942-1945, undated
  • Folder: 43, Forms; reports of physical examination and proceedings of disposition, Board of Medical Officers, 1942, 1943
  • Folder: 44, Forms; shipping tickets and incoming tally sheets, 1942-1944
  • Folder: 45, German soldiers' identification books, undated
  • Folder: 46, Intelligence memoranda, no. 113, 118-120, 1943
  • Folder: 47, Intelligence school; blank worksheets, undated
  • Folder: 48, Intelligence school; camouflage course materials, 1942
  • Folder: 49, Intelligence school; Certificate of Completion, 5 August 1942
  • Folder: 50, Intelligence school; clippings, 1943
  • Folder: 51, Intelligence school; Field maneuvers exercises and notes, 1943
  • Folder: 52, Intelligence school; incident reports, 4 August 1943
  • Folder: 53, Intelligence school; lists of students, 1942
  • Folder: 54, Intelligence school; Map: Special Maneuver Map, prepared by 665th Engineers, Topo Co., 1943
  • Folder: 55, Intelligence school; Memos: Intelligence Notes, No. 1-12, HQ First Army, Office of the AC of S, G-2, Governor's Island, NY, 1941-1942
  • Folder: 56, Intelligence school; Memos: Training memoranda, Nos. 4, 9, 40, HQ New England Sector, Office of the Sector Commander, Boston, MA, and HQ Antiaircraft Artillery Command, Eastern Defense Command, April 1942, August 1943
  • Folder: 57, Intelligence school; Miscellaneous reference materials, 1941-1942, undated
  • Folder: 58, Intelligence school; problems and completed exercises, 1942
  • Folder: 59, Intelligence school; schedule and scope of Section Training Program, G-2 Section, First Army, 16-30 September 1943
  • Folder: 60, Intelligence school; training schedules, 1942
  • Folder: 61, Journal entries by Sgt. Eric Lenert and Sgt. H. Paroutand re: setting up Intelligence Section, G-2, in England, writing of reports on forced labor camps, 1943
  • Folder: 62, Journal entries, by Shepard Stone, 7 December 1941, 17-23 May 1942, circa 1944, January – May 1945
  • Folder: 63, Manual:Merchant Ship Recognition Manual, prepared by Division of Naval Intelligence, Op 16-F-20, Office of Naval Intelligence 208, 1942
  • Folder: 64, Manual:Public Relations Guide, prepared by Public Relations Officer, HQ Antiaircraft Artillery Command, E.D.C., Fort Totten, NY, circa 1943
  • Folder: 65, Manual:"Speed, Accuracy, Co-Operation," Manual for Examination of Enemy Personnel, Repatriates, Documents and Materiel, prepared by Jacob Bleibtrau, formerly Interrogator, Second Army HQ, G-2, AEF 1918-1919, undated
  • Folder: 66, Map:Atlantic Ocean, with JAN Grid, prepared by G-2 Section, E.D.C. and First Army, May 1942
  • Folder: 67, Map:Corps of Engineers, U.S. Army, Tactical Map: Virginia-Maryland-Quantico Triangle, Grid Zone "B"; U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, U.S. Geological Survey, and 29th Engineers, U. S. Army, Reprint, 1938
  • Folder: 68, Map:Fort Jay, Governors Island, NY; no attribution, 1941
  • Folder: 69, Map:Germany. Honnef-Konigswinter; 3rd Edition (AEF); Geographical Section, General Staff, No. 4414, copied from German Topographische Karte, Revised by O-S 1944, 1926, 1944
  • Folder: 70, Map:Germany. Linz, First Edition; Geographical Section, General Staff, No 4414, published by War Office from 1932 German Topographische Karte, 1944
  • Folder: 71, Map:Germany. Rur-Urft Lakes, Special Map A-Sheet 1; compiled from GSGS 4414, 1:25,000, 2nd Editions and Aerial Photography by 668th Engr. Co., January 1945
  • Folder: 72, Map:Proposed Army Road Net (Germany); HQ, First U.S. Army, Office of the Engineer, W.A. Carter, Col., C.E., Engineer, 22 April 1945
  • Folder: 73, Map:Route: Weimar To Rouen For Movement of Headquarters First U. S. Army; no attribution, undated
  • Folder: 74, Military correspondence, 1942
  • Folder: 75, Military correspondence, 1943
  • Folder: 76, Military correspondence, 1944
  • Folder: 77, Military correspondence, 1945
  • Folder: 78, Military correspondence, unidentified, undated
  • Folder: 79, Miscellaneous, 1941-1942, 1944-1945, undated
  • Folder: 80, Newsletter:Germany Day By Day: Deutschlandspiegel, Selections from transmissions in German of the Schreibfunk, the Grossdeutscher Rundfunk and other stations broadcasting in German, issued by the BBC Monitoring Service, 9 April 1945
  • Folder: 81, Newsletter:The Rubicon, Criscuolo Newsletter, published by Luigi Criscuolo, NY, for private circulation, 15 December 1942
  • Folder: 82, Officer's identification card, issued to Shepard Stone, 1 September 1942
  • Folder: 83, Orders, 1943-1945
  • Folder: 84, Pamphlet:Antiaircraft and Aviation Intelligence (Miscellaneous Information and Intelligence No XXII), prepared by A.C. of S., AA-2, Antiaircraft Artillery Command, E.D.C., 1943
  • Folder: 85, Pamphlet: Corps Area Intelligence;War Dept. Technical Manual No. 30-220, 1942
  • Folder: 86, Pamphlet:German Cultural Oppression in Czechoslovakia, published by The Czechoslovak National Council of America, Chicago, 1940
  • Folder: 87, Pamphlet:German Infantry Weapons, prepared by Military Intelligence Service, War Dept., 25 May 1943
  • Folder: 88, Pamphlet:German Psychological Warfare Survey and Bibliography, edited by Ladislas Farago and L.F. Gittler; Committee For National Morale, NY, 1941
  • Folder: 89, Pamphlet:Handbook of German Uniforms:The Luftwaffe, prepared by G-2, HQ Air Forces E.T.O. and First Air Force, Mitchel Field, NY, 16 January 1942
  • Folder: 90, Pamphlet:Nazi Barbarism in Czechoslovakia, by Dr. Edvard Benes; Czechoslovak National Council of America, Chicago, 1940
  • Folder: 91, Pamphlet:North Africa For All Members of UnitedStates Expeditionary Forces in North Africa; no attribution, undated
  • Folder: 92, Pamphlet:Notes and Lessons on Operations in the Middle East, prepared by Military Intelligence Service, War Dept., 30 January 1943
  • Folder: 93, Pamphlet:Pocket Book of Military German, prepared by S-2, HQ New York-Philadelphia Sector, Fort Hamilton, NY, undated
  • Folder: 94, Pamphlet:Ship Shapes: Anatomy and Types of Naval Vessels, prepared by Division of Naval Intelligence, Identification and Characteristics Section, 1943

Box: 3

Box Contents

  • Folder: 1, Pamphlet:A Souvenir of Old Heidelburg, published by Seventh Army, Special Services Section, undated
  • Folder: 2, Pamphlet:Supreme Headquarters, Allied Expeditionary Force Theater Lesson "Use of Heavy Bombers in a Tactical Role," prepared by Commanders-in-Chief, 21 Army Group and Allied Expeditionary Force, circa 1944
  • Folder: 3, Pamphlet:Technical Aviation Intelligence, prepared by Aviation Intelligence Branch, Bureau of Aeronautics, 1943
  • Folder: 4, Pamphlet:Traveling? What You Should Know Before You Go, prepared by Transportation Corps, Travel Offices, Washington, D.C., 1942
  • Folder: 5, Pamphlet:Views and Facts of Wiesbaden, text by S/Sgt. C.R. Seline, design by William Wintzer, undated
  • Folder: 6, Pamphlet:War and Tactics, Intelligence Memorandum No. 112, by A.C. of S., AA-2, Antiaircraft Artillery Command, E.D.C., 1943
  • Folder: 7, Pamphlet:When You Are Overseas These Facts Are Vital; War Dept. Pamphlet No. 21-1, 29 July 1943
  • Folder: 8, Paper:Studies of the Foreign Relations and Military Policies of the United States at The Institute For Advanced Study School of Economics and Politics, Princeton, NJ, by Ed Earle, October 1941
  • Folder: 9, Partial radio script, undated
  • Folder: 10, Personal history statement, by Shepard Stone, 10, 21 July 1943
  • Folder: 11, Photos: Friends of Shepard Stone, unidentified, undated
  • Folder: 12, Photos: George Oakes and unidentified military personnel, 1944, undated
  • Folder: 13, Photos: German scenes, undated
  • Folder: 14, Photos: G-2 Section, officers and enlisted staff, 1944
  • Folder: 15, Photos: Inaugural ceremonies for FDR's third term, seen from the roof of the Library of Congress, 20 January 1941
  • Folder: 16, Photos: Prisoners of war taken by the 3rd Armored Division at Berrendorf, Germany, 1945
  • Folder: 17, Photos: Retiring Ambassador to Great Britain, Joseph P. Kennedy, testifying before the House Foreign Relations Committee on the Lend-Lease Bill, 21 January 1941
  • Folder: 18, Photos: Shepard Stone, undated
  • Folder: 19, Photos: Shepard Stone, with friends at Billy Rose's Diamond Horseshoe Club, NY, undated
  • Folder: 20, Photos: Shepard Stone, in Washington, D.C., March 1943
  • Folder: 21, Poster: Ihr Sollt Es Wissen!; no attribution, undated
  • Folder: 22, Poster: Know Your Aircraft:U.S. Army Lockheed P-38 Twin-Engined Fighter, produced by Antiaircraft Artillery Command, E.D.C., undated
  • Folder: 23, Poster: Know Your Aircraft: U.S. Army North American P-51 "Mustang"…Pursuit Plane, produced by Antiaircraft Artillery Command, E.D.C., undated
  • Folder: 24, Poster: Know Your Aircraft: U.S. Navy Grumman F-4 "Wildcat"….Pursuit Plane, produced by Antiaircraft Artillery Command, E.D.C., undated
  • Folder: 25, Poster: Know Your Enemies: German Focke-Wulf FW-189, produced by Antiaircraft Artillery Command, E.D.C., undated
  • Folder: 26, Report: Appendix to Chapter VI: Concentration Camps; author unknown, from H.B.G.—Part II, April 1945
  • Folder: 27, Report: Central European Radio Analysis: A Weekly Intelligence Report on Nazi Propaganda, by the Foreign Broadcast Intelligence Service, FCC, 24 April 1943
  • Folder: 28, Report: Die Oeffentliche Meinung In Bonn (The Public Opinion in Bonn), author unknown, undated
  • Folder: 29, Report: "Elco-Smoke" Generating Equipment: A Brief History of the Development of "Elco-Smoke" and Trials of Same, by Electric Boat Company, Elco Naval Division, Bayonne, NJ; with trials schedule, specifications, 24 June 1943
  • Folder: 30, Report: The German Foot Infantry Division, Organization of Division Headquarters, prepared by Command and General Staff School, December 1942
  • Folder: 31, Report: G-2 Estimates; HQ, First United States Army, Office of AC of S, G-2, 10 December 1944, January- April 1945
  • Folder: 32, Report: G-2 Periodic Report No.246, From 080001A To 082400A February 1945, Enemy Situation at End of Period; HQ V Corps, 9 February 1945
  • Folder: 33, Report: Guidance for Output in German for the Week 16-23 April 1945, by William S. Paley, Col. A.U.S., Deputy Chief, Psychological Warfare Division, 17 April 1945
  • Folder: 34, Report: HQ First United States Army Psychological Warfare P and PW Section Monitoring Reports Nos. 46, 96-100, 104, 106, unnumbered, March-May 1945
  • Folder: 35, Report: Inductees of Foreign Origin or Connection Interviewed at Camp Upton, NY,a digest of report entitled, "One Year of Military Intelligence Interviews With Selectees Entering the Army at Camp Upton, New York;" HQ, 3rd Service Command, U.S. Army, Office of the Director, Intelligence Division, Baltimore, 9 June 1943
  • Folder: 36, Report: Informationen ueber die politische Gesinnung und Haltung innerhalb der Bevoelkerung Marburgs, insbesondere der geistig Arbeitenden, by Reinhard Schmidhagen, undated
  • Folder: 37, Intelligence on Kassel, by S/Sgt. B.W. Anger and S/Sgt. Charles Haimoff, 11 April 1945
  • Folder: 38, Report: Intelligence on Murder of Franz Oppenhoff, Mayor of Aachen, by Sgt. Charles Haimoff, 29 March 1945
  • Folder: 39, Report: Italy: A Brief Survey, by Frank L. Lazarus, Lt. Col., C.A.C., AA-2, Fort Totten, NY, 4 December 1942
  • Folder: 40, Report: Japanese Land Forces, No. 7, prepared by Intelligence Center Pacific Ocean Areas, Bulletin No. 29-43, 25 May 1943
  • Folder: 41, Report: Memo on Political Intelligence for MG, by Paul Sweet, Paul Padover, and Lewis Gittler, PWB Combat Team, 4 February 1945
  • Folder: 42, Report: Memorandum for Col. E.F. Koenig, HQ Air Forces Intelligence School, Harrisburg, PA Re: Field Manual for Air Force on Examination of Enemy Personnel, Repatriates, Documents and Materiel,prepared by Jacob Bleibtrau, former Interrogator, 2nd Army HQ, G-2, A.E.F. 1918-1919, undated
  • Folder: 43, Report: Mobile Field Interrogation Unit No. 4 PW Intelligence Bulletin on Armored Warfare Experience, author unknown, 31 May 1945
  • Folder: 44, Report: "Neptune," Initial Joint Plan by the Allied Naval Commander Expeditionary Force, the Commander-in-Chief 21 Army Group, and the Air Commander-in-Chief Allied Expeditionary Air Force, by Omar N. Bradley, 1944
  • Folder: 45, Report: The Political Situation in Aachen, by S.K. Padover, L.F. Gittler and P.R. Sweet, PWB Combat Team, undated
  • Folder: 46, Report: Press Survey: Stuttgart and Wuerttemberg, by John H. Boxer; Intelligence Team Stuttgart, 6871st District Information Services Control Command, 16 June 1945
  • Folder: 47, Report: Reaction to Non-Fraternization Order in Occupied Germany, by Jacob I. Tennenbaum, 1st Lt., CAC Chief of Intelligence, 21 February 1945
  • Folder: 48, Report: Report on a Group of Members of the Former German Underground Opposition Movement, by T/3 Samson B. Knoll, 26 March 1945
  • Folder: 49, Report: Report on Public Reaction to the Murder of Dr. Oppenhoff, Lord Mayor of Aachen, by Samson B. Knoll, 29 March 1945
  • Folder: 50, Report: Supreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Force, Office of Assistant Chief of Staff, G-2, Weekly Intelligence Summary, 8 April 1945
  • Folder: 51, Report: Supreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Force, Office of Assistant Chief of Staff, G-2, Weekly Intelligence Summary, 15 April 1945
  • Folder: 52, Report: Supreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Force, Office of Assistant Chief of Staff, G-2, Weekly Intelligence Summary, 22 April 1945
  • Folder: 53, Report: Supreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Force, Office of Assistant Chief of Staff, G-2, Weekly Intelligence Summary, 29 April 1945
  • Folder: 54, Report: Trip Made With Prisoners of War from Stapleton, S.I. to Crossville, Tennessee, and to Huntsville, Texas, April 6-9, 1943, by Shepard Stone, 13 April 1943
  • Folder: 55, Report: Weekly Counter Intelligence Report from 22 February 1945-18 March 1945, by William O. Lueck, 21 March 1945
  • Folder: 56, Reports: Unidentified fragments, undated
  • Folder: 57, Rosters of Officers, Eastern Defense Command and First Army, Governors Island, NY, 1 July 1942, 1 July 1943
  • Folder: 58, Rosters of Officers, HQ First United States Army, APO 230, 23 October, 3 November 1943
  • Folder: 59, Special Orders, 1942-1944
  • Folder: 60, Station List, HQ First United States Army, APO 230, 29 February 1944
  • Folder: 61, Stone, Charlotte: Certificate of Service in the Office of Strategic Services, with letter of transmittal, 1 October 1945
  • Folder: 62, Stone, Charlotte: Copy of letter of Harry S. Truman to William J. Donovan, dissolving OSS, and remarks of Donovan and G. Edward Buxton at farewell gathering of OSS employes, 1945
  • Folder: 63, Charlotte Stone: Letters from friends, 1942-1945, undated
  • Folder: 64, Charlotte Stone: Letters from Shepard Stone, 1943
  • Folder: 65, Charlotte Stone: Letters from Shepard Stone, 1944
  • Folder: 66, Charlotte Stone: Letters from Shepard Stone, 1945, undated
  • Folder: 67, Charlotte Stone: Letters from Walter Hasenclever, 1943-1945, undated
  • Folder: 68, Charlotte Stone: Letters to Shepard Stone, 1941-1943
  • Folder: 69, Charlotte Stone: Letters to Shepard Stone, 1944
  • Folder: 70, Charlotte Stone: Letters to Shepard Stone, 1945, undated
  • Folder: 71, Charlotte Stone: Misc., 1944, undated
  • Folder: 72, Charlotte Stone: OSS correspondence, 1941, 1944-1945, undated
  • Folder: 73, Charlotte Stone: Photo of Emmy Rado, undated
  • Folder: 74, Charlotte Stone: U.S. Civil Service Personal History Statement of Emmy C. Rado, with partial resume and job description (OSS), 1941, 1944, undated
  • Folder: 75, Clippings, 1941-1942
  • Folder: 76, Clippings, 1944-1945
  • Folder: 77, Clippings, undated
  • Folder: 78, Income taxes: Application for Deferment of Serviceman's Tax Under Sec. 3808 of Internal Revenue Code, 1946
  • Folder: 79, Income taxes: Correspondence, 1943-1947
  • Folder: 80, Income taxes; Forms: New York State Income Tax Resident Return, 1942, 1944-1946
  • Folder: 81, Income taxes; Forms: Optional U.S. Individual and Victory Tax Return, and U.S. Individual Income and Victory Tax Return, 1943
  • Folder: 82, Income taxes; Forms: U.S. Individual Income Tax Return, 1942
  • Folder: 83, Income taxes; Forms: U.S. Individual Income Tax Return, 1944-1946
  • Folder: 84, Income taxes; Pamphlet:Federal Taxes of Military Personnel Returning From Overseas, published by War Dept., Washington, D.C., 16 July 1945
  • Folder: 85, Jaffe Immigration: Affadavit of Support by Shepard Stone and Louis Stone guaranteeing support for Josef and Emilie Jaffe, 1938, undated
  • Folder: 86, Jaffe Immigration: Application to the Upper Finance Minister (Exchange) of Berlin to transfer funds, Dr. Josef Jaffe, 1939
  • Folder: 87, Jaffe Immigration: Birth and death certificates, Jaffe family, 1912, 1930, 1938-1939
  • Folder: 88, Jaffe Immigration: Certificate of Conversion to the German Reformed Church in Frankfurt am Main, Emilie Jaffe, 1908
  • Folder: 89, Jaffe Immigration: Certificates of Vaccination, Josef and Emilie Jaffe, 1941
  • Folder: 90, Jaffe Immigration: Chronology of attempts to have visas issued to Josef and Emilie Jaffe, 1940-1941
  • Folder: 91, Jaffe Immigration: Correspondence, 1940-1941
  • Folder: 92, Jaffe Immigration: Emigration permits, Emilie Jaffe, 1941
  • Folder: 93, Jaffe Immigration: Jaffe family genealogy, undated
  • Folder: 94, Jaffe Immigration: List of Expenditures, Income and Indebtedness in association with immigration of Josef and Emilie Jaffe, 1940-1941
  • Folder: 95, Jaffe Immigration: Misc. family documents, 1910, 1930
  • Folder: 96, Jaffe Immigration: Naturalization Certificate of Emilie Jaffe, 26 May 1947
  • Folder: 97, Jaffe Immigration: Receipts for im`migration expenses, 1940-1941
  • Folder: 98, Newspaper: Evening World, Bristol, England, 21 December 1943
  • Folder: 99, Personal Correspondence, 1941
  • Folder: 100, Personal Correspondence A-N, 1942

Box: 4, Dates: 1944-1945

Contains American, British and German newspapers, and the U.S. Army Weekly, Yank. American newspapers: The New York Times,New York Times Overseas Weekly,Stars and Stripes and The Stars and Stripes Continental Edition.British newspapers: Daily Express,Evening World,News Chronicle,The Times of London,Wilts., Berks., & Hants County Paper.German newspapers: Aachener Nachrichten and Hessische Post - Oversize

Box Contents

  • There is no folder listing for this box.

Box: 5

Box Contents

  • Folder: 1, Personal Correspondence O-W, 1942
  • Folder: 2, Personal Correspondence, 1943
  • Folder: 3, Personal Correspondence A-H, 1944
  • Folder: 4, Personal Correspondence J-W, 1944
  • Folder: 5, Personal Correspondence, 1945
  • Folder: 6, Personal Correspondence, unidentified, undated

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