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A Guide to the Papers of the Institute of Public Affairs, University of Virginia, 1927-1953 Institute of Public Affairs, University of Virginia, Papers RG-2/4/1.891, RG-2/4/1.892

A Guide to the Papers of the Institute of Public Affairs, University of Virginia, 1927-1953

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Accession Number RG-2/4/1.891, RG-2/4/1.892


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RG-2/4/1.891, RG-2/4/1.892
Title
Papers of the Institute of Public Affairs, University of Virginia 1927-1953
Physical Characteristics
148 boxes.
Language
English

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Preferred Citation

Papers of the Institute of Public Affairs, University of Virginia, Accession #RG-2/4/1.891, Special Collections, University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville, Va.

Acquisition Information

This collection was transferred to University Archives on March 3, 1989.


Biographical/Historical Information

The Institute of Public Affairs at the University of Virginia was founded in 1927 by University President Edwin A. Alderman and Professor Charles G. Maphis. Prof. Maphis served as director of the Institute until his death in 1938. Successive directors were Professors Robert K. Gooch (1938), Hardy C. Dillard (1939-1941), Oron J. Hale (1942), and George B. Zehmer (1950-1953). The meetings of the Institute were organized with the cooperation and participation of President Alderman and his first two successors as University President, John L. Newcomb and Colgate W. Darden. According to its Statement of Purpose, "The Institute of Public Affairs [was] designed to advance the popular understanding of current public questions. [It] propose[d] to emphasize particularly the domestic problems of the United States and to have them discussed in a broad and competent fashion by men charged with the task of public administration and by those who are actively engaged in public affairs." The Institute of Public Affairs was modeled on the Institute of Politics at Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts, which dealt primarily with international issues. To avoid conflict, the Institute of Public Affairs confined itself to local, state, regional, and national issues until after the Institute of Politics was discontinued, whereupon the Institute began to employ discussions of foreign affairs. The Institute initially convened each summer for two weeks, usually between the months of June and July. Later, the length of the program was shortened to one week. The Institute met annually from 1927 until 1942, when it was temporarily discontinued due to the exigencies of the war. It was reconvened in 1950, and continued to meet annually until it was discontinued after the twentieth meeting in 1953.

Extraordinarily timely and unique in its style and format, the Institute hosted some of the most prominent statesmen in the nation and the world. The meetings of the Institute were originally organized into Morning Addresses, Afternoon Panel Discussions, and Evening Addresses. A "Round Table" format was used to organize the morning and afternoon sessions into particular themes which were spread out across the course of the Institute. After the death of Professor Maphis, the format was modified into Morning Addresses, Afternoon Addresses, and Evening Addresses, with a specific theme for each of the Morning and Afternoon sessions. Evening addresses became less-structured in order to cater to the tastes and interests of the speakers.

Scope and Content

This collection consists chiefly of correspondence, proceedings, manuscripts of speeches, registration cards, news letters manuscripts, and clippings. Correspondents include: Everett Ross Clinchy, Fred Essery, Frank Fuller, Henry (Harry) Augustus Garfield, Frank S. Hopkins, Edwin L. James, Charles Gilmore Maphis, William Emmet Moore, and John Sharp Williams.

Arrangement

The papers of the Institute contain two record group numbers (RG-2/4/1.891 and RG-2/4/1.892) and one manuscript classification number (2792-a), but all folders are interfiled with RG-2/4/1.891. Groups I-III consist of RG-2/4/1.891. Group IV consists entirely of RG-2/4/1.892. Group V consists of manuscript classification number 2792-a. Folders transferred from the Papers of the University Bursar (original manuscript classification number 8692-y) are interfiled into boxes 92 & 93. Also included in the collection are original manuscript collection numbers 1540-a, 1540-b. For more information, please see University Archives Control Folder RG-2/4.

Contents List

Series I: Clippings
Boxes: 1-16
  • Box 1
    Baltimore Sun 1927
  • Box 1
    Miscellaneous 1927
  • Box 1
    New York Times 1927
  • Box 1
    Publicity-Roanoke World News 1927
  • Box 1
    Richmond Times Dispatch 1927
  • Box 1
    Special Correspondents 1927
  • Box 1
    Washington Post 1927
  • Box 1
    Williamstown 1927
  • Box 1
    Charlottesville, Va.-Daily Progress n.d.
  • Box 1
    Virginia Editorials 1928
  • Box 1
    A-Q 1927
    3 folders
  • Box 2
    R-V 1928
    3 folders
  • Box 2
    Michigan 1929
  • Box 2
    Minnesota 1929
  • Box 2
    Mississippi 1929
  • Box 2
    Missouri 1929
  • Box 2
    Montana 1929
  • Box 2
    Nebraska 1929
  • Box 2
    Nevada 1929
  • Box 2
    New Hampshire 1929
  • Box 2
    New Jersey 1929
  • Box 2
    New Mexico 1929
  • Box 2
    New York 1929
  • Box 2
    New York City 1929
  • Box 2
    Newspaper Clippings 1929
  • Box 2
    North Carolina 1929
  • Box 2
    North Dakota 1929
  • Box 2
    Ohio 1929
  • Box 3
    Oklahoma 1929
  • Box 3
    Oregon 1929
  • Box 3
    Pennsylvania 1929
  • Box 3
    Rhode Island 1929
  • Box 3
    South Carolina 1929
  • Box 3
    South Dakota 1929
  • Box 3
    Tennessee 1929
  • Box 3
    Texas 1929
  • Box 3
    Utah 1929
  • Box 3
    Vermont 1929
  • Box 3
    Virginia 1929
  • Box 3
    Virginia-Editorials 1929
  • Box 3
    Virginia-Lynchburg 1929
  • Box 3
    Newport News & Norfolk 1929
  • Box 3
    Virginia-Richmond 1929
  • Box 3
    Virginia-Roanoke 1929
  • Box 3
    Virginia-Staunton & Waynesboro 1929
  • Box 3
    Washington 1929
  • Box 3
    Washington, D.C. 1929
  • Box 3
    Wisconsin 1929
  • Box 3
    Wyoming 1929
  • Box 4
    Clippings-Editorials 1929
    2 folders
  • Box 4
    Alabama 1930
  • Box 4
    Arizona 1930
  • Box 4
    Arkansas 1930
  • Box 4
    California 1930
  • Box 4
    Colorado 1930
  • Box 4
    Connecticut 1930
  • Box 4
    Delaware 1930
  • Box 4
    Florida 1930
  • Box 4
    Georgia 1930
  • Box 4
    Idaho 1930
  • Box 4
    Illinois 1930
  • Box 4
    Indiana 1930
  • Box 5
    Iowa 1930
  • Box 5
    Kansas 1930
  • Box 5
    Kentucky 1930
  • Box 5
    La Prensa 1930
  • Box 5
    Louisiana 1930
  • Box 5
    Maine 1930
  • Box 5
    Maryland 1930
  • Box 5
    Massachusetts 1930
  • Box 5
    Michigan 1930
  • Box 5
    Minnesota 1930
  • Box 5
    Mississippi 1930
  • Box 5
    Missouri 1930
  • Box 5
    Montana 1930
  • Box 5
    New York 1930
  • Box 5
    Virginia-Editorials 1930
  • Box 5
    Washington 1930
  • Box 5
    Washington, D.C. 1930
  • Box 5
    West Virginia 1930
  • Box 5
    Wisconsin 1930
  • Box 5
    Wyoming 1930
  • Box 6
    Clippings-Editorials 1930
    2 folders
  • Box 6
    New Mexico 1931
  • Box 6
    New York 1931
  • Box 6
    North Carolina 1931
  • Box 6
    North Dakota 1931
  • Box 6
    Ohio 1931
  • Box 6
    Oklahoma 1931
  • Box 6
    Oregon 1931
  • Box 6
    Pennsylvania 1931
  • Box 6
    Rhode Island 1931
  • Box 6
    South Carolina 1931
  • Box 6
    South Dakota 1931
  • Box 6
    Tennessee 1931
  • Box 7
    Virginia 1931
    2 folders
  • Box 7
    Alabama 1932
  • Box 7
    Arkansas 1932
  • Box 7
    California 1932
  • Box 7
    Connecticut 1932
  • Box 7
    Delaware 1932
  • Box 7
    District of Columbia 1932
  • Box 7
    Editorials 1932
    2 folders
  • Box 7
    Florida 1932
  • Box 7
    Georgia 1932
  • Box 7
    Illinois 1932
  • Box 8
    Indiana 1932
  • Box 8
    Iowa 1932
  • Box 8
    Kansas 1932
  • Box 8
    Kentucky 1932
  • Box 8
    Louisiana 1932
  • Box 8
    Maine 1932
  • Box 8
    Maryland 1932
  • Box 8
    Ohio 1934
  • Box 8
    Oklahoma 1934
  • Box 8
    Oregon 1934
  • Box 8
    Pennsylvania 1934
  • Box 8
    Rhode Island 1934
  • Box 8
    South Carolina 1934
  • Box 8
    South Dakota 1934
  • Box 8
    Tennessee 1934
  • Box 8
    Texas 1934
  • Box 8
    Utah 1934
  • Box 8
    Vermont 1934
  • Box 8
    Virginia 1934
    2 folders
  • Box 8
    Washington 1934
  • Box 8
    West Virginia 1934
  • Box 8
    Wisconsin 1934
  • Box 8
    Indiana 1935
  • Box 8
    Iowa 1935
  • Box 9
    Kansas 1935
  • Box 9
    Kentucky 1935
  • Box 9
    Latin America 1935
  • Box 9
    Louisiana 1935
  • Box 9
    Maine 1935
  • Box 9
    Maryland 1935
  • Box 9
    Massachusetts 1935
  • Box 9
    Michigan 1935
  • Box 9
    Minnesota 1935
  • Box 9
    Alabama 1936
  • Box 9
    Arizona 1936
  • Box 9
    Arkansas 1936
  • Box 9
    California 1936
  • Box 9
    Connecticut 1936
  • Box 9
    Delaware 1936
  • Box 9
    Florida 1936
  • Box 9
    Georgia 1936
  • Box 10
    Idaho 1936
  • Box 10
    Illinois 1936
  • Box 10
    Indiana 1936
  • Box 10
    Iowa 1936
  • Box 10
    Kansas 1936
  • Box 10
    Kentucky 1936
  • Box 10
    Louisiana 1936
  • Box 10
    Maine 1936
  • Box 10
    Maryland 1936
  • Box 10
    Massachusetts 1936
  • Box 10
    Michigan 1936
  • Box 10
    Minnesota 1936
  • Box 10
    Mississippi 1936
  • Box 10
    Missouri 1936
  • Box 10
    Montana 1936
  • Box 10
    Nebraska 1936
  • Box 10
    New Hampshire 1936
  • Box 10
    New Jersey 1936
  • Box 10
    New Mexico 1936
  • Box 11
    New York 1936
  • Box 11
    New York City 1936
    2 folders
  • Box 11
    North Carolina 1936
  • Box 11
    North Dakota 1936
  • Box 11
    Ohio 1936
  • Box 12
    Oklahoma 1936
  • Box 12
    Oregon 1936
  • Box 12
    Pennsylvania 1936
  • Box 12
    Periodical 1936
    2 folders
  • Box 12
    Rhode Island 1936
  • Box 12
    South Carolina 1936
  • Box 12
    South Dakota 1936
  • Box 12
    Tennessee 1936
  • Box 12
    Texas 1936
  • Box 12
    Vermont 1936
  • Box 12
    Virginia A-H 1936
    Folder 1 of 2
  • Box 13
    Virginia A-H 1936
    Folder 2 of 2
  • Box 13
    Virginia G-Ri 1936
    4 folders
  • Box 13
    Virginia Ro-Z 1936
    Folder 1 of 2
  • Box 14
    Virginia Ro-Z 1936
    Folder 2 of 2
  • Box 14
    Washington 1936
  • Box 14
    Washington, D.C. 1936
  • Box 14
    West Virginia 1936
  • Box 14
    Wisconsin 1936
  • Box 14
    Newspaper Clippings 1937
  • Box 14
    Maryland 1938
  • Box 14
    Pennsylvania 1938
  • Box 14
    Philippines 1938
  • Box 14
    Rhode Island 1938
  • Box 14
    South Carolina 1938
  • Box 14
    South Dakota 1938
  • Box 14
    Tennessee 1938
  • Box 14
    Texas 1938
  • Box 14
    Utah 1938
  • Box 14
    Vermont 1938
  • Box 14
    Maryland 1940
  • Box 14
    Massachusetts 1940
  • Box 14
    Michigan 1940
  • Box 15
    Minnesota 1940
  • Box 15
    Mississippi 1940
  • Box 15
    Missouri 1940
  • Box 15
    Montana 1940
  • Box 15
    Nebraska 1940
  • Box 15
    Nevada 1940
  • Box 15
    New Jersey 1940
  • Box 15
    New Mexico 1940
  • Box 15
    New York 1940
  • Box 15
    North Carolina 1940
  • Box 15
    North Dakota 1940
  • Box 15
    Ohio 1940
  • Box 15
    Oklahoma 1940
  • Box 16
    Pennsylvania 1940
  • Box 16
    Rhode Island 1940
  • Box 16
    South Carolina 1940
  • Box 16
    South Dakota 1940
  • Box 16
    Tennessee 1940
  • Box 16
    Texas 1940
  • Box 16
    Utah 1940
  • Box 16
    Virginia 1940
    3 folders
  • Box 16
    Newspaper Clippings 1940
  • Box 16
    Newspaper Clippings 1941
  • Box 16
    Newspaper Clippings 1953
Series II: Original Manuscripts-Round Table, Open Forum, Special Conference
Boxes: 17-53
  • Welcome; Evening, Morning Addresses
    • Box 17
      Address, Dr. Charles G. Maphis; Address, Hon. Harry Flood Byrd; "The Bringing of the Atlantic Ocean a Thousand Miles Inland," Henry J. Allen 1927 August 8
    • Box 17
      "The Present Status of the League of Nations," Hon. John H. Clarke; "The Nation's Business," Gen. H.M. Lord 1927 August 9
    • Box 17
      "Treasury Financing," Hon. Ogden L. Mills 1927 August 10
    • Box 17
      "The Present Relation of the Government of the United States to the World Court of Justice," Hon. John H. Clarke 1927 August 11
    • Box 17
      "The Relation of State Rights to the Industrialization of the South," Hon. Albert C. Ritchie; "Municipal Government and the Future of American Democracy," Hon. Albert C. Ritchie 1927 August 12
    • Box 17
      "Private Rights and Public Authority," Hon. William Gibbs; Address, Maj. R. H. Ranger; "The Future of Aviation," Maj. Gen. Mason M. Patrick; "Imponderables of European Politics," Lindsay Rogers 1927 August 13
    • Box 17
      "The Makers and the Making of the Constitution," Ralph R. Lounsbury; "Real and Imagined Dangers of the Constitution," Ralph R. Lounsbury 1927 August 15
  • Evening Addresses
    • Box 17
      "Importance of Political Education," Daniel C. Roper; "The Relation of Education and Research and the Rural Problem," Dr. A. F. Wood 1927 August 17
    • Box 17
      "Dictatorship or Democracy," Adamantios Th. Polyzoides; "The Eighteenth Amendment: Its Relation to the Constitution," Edward Dunford 1927 August 18
    • Box 17
      "The 18th Amendment and the Volstead Act," Hon. William Cabell Bruce 1927 August [18]
    • Box 17
      "The Solid South: A National Problem," Henry W. Anderson 1927 August 19
    • Box 17
      Addresses of Speakers 1928
    • Box 17
      "Religion and Public Affairs," Dr. Joseph Fort Newton 1928 August 5
    • Box 17
      "Awakening the Public Conscience to Proper City Management," George A. Levy; "Have We a Crisis of Democracy?," Count Carlo Sforza 1928 August 7
    • Box 17
      "The Strong Man's Burden," Dr. William J. Hickson; "The South at the Turn of the Road," Dr. William E. Dodd; "Law and Aeronautics," Dr. Otto Schreiber 1928 August 9
    • Box 17
      "Should the Eighteenth Amendment and All Laws Enacted Pursuant Thereto be Continued and Enforced?," John Philip Hill 1928 August 10
    • Box 17
      Count Carlo Sforza 1928 August 11
    • Box 17
      "Newspaper vs. Political Corruption," Boyd Gurley 1928 August 13
    • Box 17
      Hon. John R. Davies 1928 August 15
    • Box 17
      "Governmental Fundamentals," Hon. Finis J. Garrett 1928 August 16
    • Box 17
      Address, Mrs. Nellie Tayloe Ross 1928 August 17
  • Round Table: "The Agricultural Problem"
    • Box 17
      Program 1928 August
    • Box 17
      Report 1928 August 6-10
      3 folders
    • Box 17
      "Overproduction Not the Sum Total in Inequality of Prices," [Dole] 1928 August
    • Box 17
      "What Federal and State Aid Should Agriculture Receive?," Eric Englund 1928 August 8
    • Box 17
      "Need for a Land Utilization Program," Elbert S. Brigham; Summary 1928 August 13
    • Box 17
      "The Agricultural Problem in the Middle West," Hon. L. Jesse Dickinson; "Is There a Genuine Agricultural Problem?," Hon. Evans Woolen 1928 August 14
    • Box 17
      "Changes in Southern Agriculture and the Problems Arising Therefrom," W. J. Spillman, Sr.; Summary 1928 August 15
    • Box 17
      "The Agricultural Surplus Problem," W. J. Spillman, Sr.; Summary 1928 August 17
  • Round Table: "Our Latin American Relations"
    • Box 18
      Program 1928 August
    • Box 18
      Preliminary Statement, Dr. John H. Latané 1928 August 6
    • Box 18
      "Nationalistic Differentiation in Hispanic America," Hon. Federico A. Peyet 1928 August 7
    • Box 18
      "Nicaragua," John Clayton; "Mexico," John Clayton 1928 August 13
    • Box 18
      "Latin American Distrust--Its Causes," William T. Morrey 1928 August 15
    • Box 18
      Summary 1928 August 5-18
  • Round Table: "Municipal Management"
    • Box 18
      Program; Statement, Dr. Thomas H. Reed 1928 August
    • Box 18
      Address, Joseph T. Miller; "Personnel Selection," Fred Telford; Summary 1928 August 8
    • Box 18
      Secretary's Report 1928 August 10
    • Box 18
      Secretary's Summary 1928 August 18
  • Round Table: "Political Parties and Electoral Problems"
    • Box 18
      Program 1928 August
    • Box 18
      Summary 1928 August 6
    • Box 18
      Mrs. Emily Newell Blair - Don C. Seitz 1928 August 8
    • Box 18
      Report 1928 August
    • Box 18
      Summary 1928 August 8-17
      5 folders
    • Box 18
      [Arbitration of Commercial Disputes] 1928 August
    • Box 18
      "Trade Associations and Commercial Arbitration," Daniel Bloomfield 1928 August 17
  • Round Table: "Women in Modern Society"
    • Box 18
      Program 1928 August
    • Box 18
      "Women in Modern Society," Aurelia H. Reinhardt 1928 August 7
    • Box 18
      "Women in Education," Charl Ormond Williams 1928 August 9
  • Round Table: "County and Township Government"
    • Box 18
      Program 1928 August
    • Box 18
      Summary 1928 August 7
    • Box 18
      Report 1928 August 9
    • Box 18
      [County and Township Government], Alden C. Fensel; Summary 1928 August 11
    • Box 18
      Summary 1928 August 14
    • Box 18
      Summary 1928 August 16
  • Round Table: "The Tax Problem"
    • Box 18
      Program 1928 August
  • Round Table: "The Influence of the Press in Public Affairs"
    • Box 18
      Program 1928 August
    • Box 18
      Address, Willis J. Abbot 1928 August 14
    • Box 18
      Report 1928 August 9-18
      5 folders
  • Round Table: "The Economic and Industrial Development of the South"
    • Box 18
      Program; "The Solid South" 1928 August
    • Box 18
      "The Economic and Industrial Progress of the South," Richard H. Edmonds 1928 August 7
    • Box 18
      "What Can Advertising Do for the South?," Charles Pelham 1928 August 8
    • Box 18
      "The Economic and Industrial Development of the South," W. Gerald Holmes 1928 August 9
    • Box 18
      William D. Ennis (empty); Address, Dr. Philip O. Wells 1928 August 14
    • Box 18
      "Power and Matter," Victor S. Clark 1928 August 16
    • Box 18
      Report 1928 August 7-9
      2 folders
    • Box 18
      Summary 1928 August 11-16
      3 folders
  • Open Forum
    • Box 18
      "Regional Government," Dr. Thomas H. Reed 1928 August 8
    • Box 18
      "Our Nation's Obligation to Its Schools," Miss Charl Ormond Williams 1928 August 9
    • Box 18
      Address, Mrs. W. L. Lawton; "Law, Manners, and Outdoor Advertising," J. W. Digges; "The Cooperative Trend of Industry," Mrs. Harry Lilly 1928 August 11
    • Box 18
      "The Economic and Industrial Development of the South," Bradford Knapp 1928 August 13
  • Round Table: "The Country Church and Public Affairs"
    • Box 18
      "The Introduction," Henry W. McLaughlin; "Preface" 1929 August
  • Evening Addresses
    • Box 18
      Vesper Service, "Religion and Public Affairs," Dr. Walter Russell Bowie 1929 August 4
    • Box 18
      "Welcome on Behalf of the Institute," Dr. Charles G. Maphis; "Welcome on Behalf of the State," Hon. John R. Saunders; "Legislative Farm Relief," Hon. Carter Glass 1929 August 5
    • Box 18
      "A Realistic Approach to the Problems of Democracy," Norman Thomas; "The Passing of the Old United States," Dr. William E. Dodd 1929 August 7
    • Box 18
      "The Rural Church and the Country Newspaper," Hon. James J. Finney; "Twenty Years with Country Churches," Warren H. Wilson 1929 August 8
    • Box 18
      "Farm Relief," Hon. Tom Connally; "The Farmer and the Sheriff," Hon. David J. Walsh 1929 August 9
    • Box 18
      "Government's Responsibility for Disrespect of the Law," W. W. Coxe 1929 August 10
    • Box 19
      "The Growth of Chemical Industry in the South," H.C. Parmelee 1929 August 10
    • Box 19
      "Who, What was Christ?," Dr. William Evans 1929 August 11
    • Box 19
      "American Electoral Mission in Nicaragua," Gen. Frank R. McCoy 1929
    • Box 19
      "The Newspaper and the Modern Age," Sherwood Anderson 1929 August 12
    • Box 19
      "The Dilemma of Intervention," Dr. Henry Kittredge Norton 1929 August 13
    • Box 19
      "The Enforcement of the 18th Amendment and the Volstead Act from the Point of View of the Individual States," His Excellency Albert C. Ritchie; "Prohibition," Stanley High 1929 August 14
  • Round Table: "Democracy as Operative in America"
    • Box 19
      "Nationality," Dr. Emma Wold 1929 August 5
    • Box 19
      "The Growth of Federal Power," Douglas Arant 1929 August 7
    • Box 19
      "Democracy and Administration," C.E. Righter 1929 August 12
    • Box 19
      "Alternatives to Democracy: Monarchy," Dr. W. J. Shepard; "Alternatives to Democracy," Prof. Pitman B. Potter 1929 August 14
    • Box 19
      "Problems of Democracy Abroad," Adamantios Th. Polyzoides 1929 August 16
  • Round Table: "Our Latin American Relations"
    • Box 19
      "American News Service in Latin-America," J. H. Furay; "The Importance of Inter American Press Relations," Jacinto Lopez; "Unofficial Cultural Interchanges Between the Americas," Muma Lee (Mrs. Luíz Munoz Marín) 1929 August 5
    • Box 19
      "Why Does Latin-America Fear Increasing Investment of United States Capital?," Dr. Clarence H. Haring; "Difficulties and Dangers Involved in the Increased Investment of American Capital in Latin- America," Dr. Victor Belaúnde; "The Present Economic Policy of the United States in Latin-America and Its Effect on Private American Investments," Hon. Sumner Welles 1929 August 7
    • Box 19
      "Pan American Treaties for Conciliation and Arbitration," Dr. Ricardo J. Alfaro; "The Good Faith of the United States," Carlos Eduardo Castaneda; "Dangers of Our Present Policy," W. P. Maddox 1929 August 9
    • Box 19
      "Porto [Puerto] Rico and the Sugar Tariff," Dr. Thomas E. Benner; "Tariffs and Neighbors," Dr. Henry Kittredge Norton; "Tariff as Trade Barriers," Hon. Alfred Pearce Dennis; Summary 1929 August 12
    • Box 19
      "The Mexican Agrarian Revolution," Dr. Frank Tannenbaum; "Mexico's Dilemma," Carlos Eduardo Castaneda; "Twenty Years of Mexican Revolution," Dr. Ernest Gruening; "The Religious Settlement in Mexico," Patrick J. Ward; "American Neutrality and the League of Nations," Prof. Earl Crecraft 1929 August 14
    • Box 19
      "American Policy in Central America and the Caribbean Region," Hon. Dana Munro; "The True Nature of American Political Relations with Central-America and the Caribbean States," Dr. T. Seydel Vaca; "The United States and International Justice," Dr. Camilo Barcia Trelles 1929 August 16
    • Box 19
      Report 1929
    • Box 19
      Summary 1929
    • Box 19
      Informal Discussion 1929 August 16
    • Box 19
      Report 1929
    • Box 19
      Open Discussion 1929 August 5-9
      7 folders
  • Open Forum
    • Box 19
      "Does the Policy of the Department of State of Refusing to Recognize Governments Set Up by Force Work to the Best Advantage of the United States and of the Latin-American Countries Concerned?," Dr. Clarence Haring 1929 August 8
  • Round Table: "The Press in Public Affairs"
    • Box 20
      "The Newspaper as a Factor in Municipal Affairs," Harold S. Buttheim 1929 August 9
    • Box 20
      "The American Newspaper in Foreign Affairs," Adamantios Th. Polyzoides 1929 August 17
  • Round Table: "Law Enforcement"
    • Box 20
      "Observations on the Survey of Organized Crime in Chicago," John Landesco 1929 August 6
    • Box 20
      "The Prison as a Crime-Breeder," Dr. Hastings H. Hart 1929 August 8
    • Box 20
      "Criminal Justice in Virginia," Prof. Hugh N. Fuller; "Crime from a Social Standpoint," Frank Bane 1929 August 10
    • Box 20
      "Federal Prohibition Law Enforcement," Hon. James M. Doran; "Effect of General Prohibition on General Problems of Law Enforcement," Arthur V. Lashley; "Law Enforcement," William B. Swaney 1929 August 15
  • Round Table: "Problems of Contemporary Politics"
    • Box 20
      Report 1929 August 8-10
  • Open Forum
    • Box 20
      "Labor Situation in the South," Bruce Crawford 1929 August 5
    • Box 20
      "Southern Labor Problems," Tom Trippett 1929 August 6
    • Box 20
      "The Country Life of the Nation," Hon. B. F. Yoakum 1929 August 9
    • Box 20
      "The Newspaper and Public Affairs," Louis I. Jaffe 1929 August 10
    • Box 20
      "Government and Business," Edward N. Hurley 1929 August 12
    • Box 20
      "Democracy as Operative in America," [Dr. Reed or Prof. John A. Fairlie] 1929 August 14
    • Box 20
      "Does the 18th Amendment Confer the Same Power Upon the Several States to Enforce Its Provisions that It Confers Upon Congress, and Are They Under Equal Obligation to Assume the burden of Enforcement?," James J Britt; "My Recollection of the Revolution," Dr. Paul Barringer 1929 August 15
    • Box 20
      Debate: "Resolve That the Deep Waterway Connecting the Great Lakes with the Atlantic Ocean shall be by the St. Lawrence River Rather than by the New York State Route and Hudson River," Mr. Edward C. Carrington and Hon. W. L. Harding 1929 August 16
  • Evening Addresses
    • Box 20
      "Put the Liquor Problem Up to the People," Hon. Wade H. Ellis 1929 August 15
    • Box 20
      "Our Present Military Policy," Colonel Stanley D. Embrick; "The Monroe Doctrine," Hon. Hugh Gordon Miller; Closing Address, Dr. Charles G. Maphis 1929 August 16
    • Box 20
      "Report of the President of 'The Committee for Education in Citizenship'" n.d.
    • Box 20
      Department of Taxation and Finance, Appendix C 1929
  • Round Table: "Country Life of the Nation"
    • Box 20
      Introduction, Dr. Wilson Gee; "The Basis of a Permanently Prosperous Agriculture," Dr. James Ernest Boyle; "Farm Group Activities in the South," Eugene Cunningham Branson; "Wealth Retention in the Rural South," Charles Ernest Allred 1929 August 5
    • Box 20
      "The Eastern shore of Virginia Produce Exchange," Benjamin T. Gunter; "Farm Cooperative Activities," Dr. E. C. Branson 1929 August 7
    • Box 21
      "Little Country Towns and What They May Do for Surrounding Trade Areas," Newell L. Sims; "Housing the Farm Family," Ms. Julia D. Connor; "The Movement of Farm Population: Its Economic Causes and Consequences," Ernest Charles Young; "Farmer Controlled Commodity Marketing Essential to Prosperous Farming," Benjamin F. Yoakum; "The Farm Family: Its Contribution to the Nation," Miss Florence Elizabeth Ward; "The Extent and Significance of Farm Migration," Leon Edgar Truesdell 1929 August 9
    • Box 21
      "Social Vision and Rural Education," Fannie Wyche Dunn; "Fundamental Needs of the Country Schools," Edgar Wallace Knight 1929 August 14
    • Box 21
      "The Opportunity of the Small Town: A Study of Town and Country Relations," John Harrison Kolb 1929 August 16
    • Box 21
      Summary 1930
  • Round Table: "The Task of the Country Church"
    • Box 21
      Table of Contents n.d.
    • Box 21
      "The Country Church and Public Affairs," Rev. Henry W. McLaughlin, D.D.; "Discovery of the Country Community," Dr. Henry N. Morse; "Discoveries in Rural Virginia," Charles Horace Hamilton; "Functions of the Country Church," Dr. J. W. Perry; "A Country Church Program," Rev. C. Morton Hanna; "United Churches Do Not Solve the Country Church Problem," Dr. J. W. Jent; "United Churches Solve the Country Church Problem," Dr. William R. King; "The Country Minister," Dr. John C. Siler; "Training of the Rural Minister," Dr. F. D. Goodwin; "Medical Care for Country People," Dr. W. S. Rankin; "The Biblical Program of Healing," Dr. Jesse C. Rowan; "The Ministry of Healing in the Country," Rev. Henry McLaughlin, D.D.; "The Recreational Life of Country Young People," C. A. Montgomery; "A Country Church Solves the Recreational Problem," Rev. J. M. Walker, D.D.; "The Future of the Country Church," Dr. Rolvix Harlan; "The Relation of City and Country Churches," Rev. Goodridge A. Wilson, Jr., D.D.; "Youth and America the Beautiful," Rev. Henry W. McLaughlin, D.D. 1929 August 13
  • Round Table: "The Economic and Industrial Development of the South"
    • Box 21
      "Is the South Following the Right Policy with Regard to Labor?," Dr. W. Jett Lauck; "A Survey of Southern Industrial Progress," Dr. Abraham Berglund 1929 August 6
    • Box 21
      "Industrialism in the South," Homer Ferguson; "The Economic and Industrial Progress of the South," Richard Edmonds 1929 August 7
    • Box 21
      "The Resources and Expansion of the Great South," E. A. Hults; "Natural Resources of the New South," Dr. H. J. Bryson; "A Program of Fish Husbandry," Lewis Radcliffe 1929 August 8
    • Box 21
      "Industrialization of the South - Past and Present," Richard Edmonds; "Virginia in the Building," Maj. LeRoy Hodges 1929 August 10
    • Box 21
      "State and Local Policies Encouraging Industries," Robert D. Ramsey; "Advantages of Workmen's Compensation," Dr. Robert H. Tucker 1929 August 15
    • Box 21
      "Transportation in Relation to Southern Industrial Development," Hon. J. Gordon Bohannon; "Diversification and Decentralization in the South," George M. Rommel; "Is the South Following the Right Policy in Regard to Labor?," Rev. James Meyers; "Highway Transportation," Hon. Henry G. Shirley; "Is the South Pursuing the Right Policy Toward Labor?," Matthew Woll 1929 August 17
  • Round Table: "Democracy as Operative in America"
    • Box 22
      "The Nature of Democracy," Dr. Robert Kent Gooch 1929 August 5
  • Evening Addresses
    • Box 22
      "Religion in Public Affairs," Bishop Francis J. McConnell 1930 August 3
    • Box 22
      Welcome Speech," John Garland Pollard; Welcome Address, Edwin A. Alderman 1930 August 4
    • Box 22
      "The Role of the Social Sciences in an Advancing Civilization," Frank O. Lamden 1930 August 5
    • Box 22
      "Government as Umpire Only," Julius H. Barnes 1930 August 6
    • Box 22
      ["Federal Farm Board"], Carl Williams 1930 August 7
    • Box 22
      "American Policy in Nicaragua," Dr. Charles C. Batchelder; "The New Regime in Colombia," Dr. J. Fred Rippy 1930 August 8
    • Box 22
      "The Jeffersonian Ideals of Religious Liberty," Dr. Walter A. Maier 1930 August 9
    • Box 22
      "The Gospel According to Christ's Enemies," Dr. J. Stuart Holden 1930 August 10
    • Box 22
      "Is Democracy a Failure?," Dr. Will Durant 1930 August 11
    • Box 22
      "Holding Companies and Regulation," Martin J. Insull 1930 August 12
    • Box 22
      "Democracy and the Individual in a Machine Age," Norman Thomas 1930 August 13
    • Box 22
      "Law Enforcement as Related to the 18th Amendment," Mrs. D. Leigh Colvin; "The Rural Church and the Community," Rev. Arthur W. Hewitt 1930 August 14
    • Box 22
      "Address on Aviation," Edward S. Evans 1930 August 15
  • Round Table: "Administration of Public Business"
    • Box 22
      Report 1930 August
    • Box 22
      "The Administration and the Legislature," Henry L. Shattuck 1930 August 6
    • Box 22
      "The Administration and the Courts," Julius T. Muench 1930 August 8
    • Box 22
      "The Civil Service in the Modern State," Carl J. Freidrich 1930 August 15
  • Round Table: "Business and Government"
    • Box 22
      "Is Business Efficient?," Dr. Emory G. Hawk, Victor A. Olander 1930 August 4
    • Box 22
      "Government Aid to Business," Edward Wiest; Summary 1930 August 8
    • Box 22
      "Government Regulation of Business," John Bauer; "The Government in Business," Mason Manghum 1930 August 11
    • Box 22
      "Government Ownership and Operation," Martin J. Insull; "The Case for Public Ownership and Operation," Norman Thomas; Discussion 1930 August 13
    • Box 22
      "Shall Government Encourage Larger Business Units?," Donald Randall Richberg 1930 August 15
  • Round Table: "National Country Life"
    • Box 22
      "Folk Schools: Their Adaptation to the United States," Olive Campbell; "College for Everyone," S. A. Mathiasen 1930 August 4
    • Box 22
      "The Family Farm," Bradford Knapp; "Stating the Problem of the Small Farm," Dr. C. J. Galpin; "Small Scale Farming: The Outlook for the Small Farm," Hugh MacRae 1930 August 6
    • Box 22
      "Rural Industries," Wheeler McMillen; "Rural Industries: their Economic and Social Importance in Country Life," Joseph Hyde Pratt 1930 August 8
    • Box 22
      "Merchandising to Farmers: Extending Mercantile Advantages to Country People," C. R. Hoffer; "Merchandising to Farmers or Country People," William Newton Neff 1930 August 11
    • Box 22
      "Rural Art: Developing Beauty in the Countryside," Wm. A. R. Goodwin, R.E. Hieronymus 1930 August 13
    • Box 22
      "Man's Debt to Modern Medicine," Marvin F. Haygood; "Rural Health Work," Dr. L. L. Lumsden 1930 August 15
  • Round Table: "The Country Church and World Affairs"
    • Box 22
      "Relation of the Country Church and School," Prof. C. C. Haun; "The Country Church and the Rural School," Dr. Dabney S. Lancaster 1930 August 5
    • Box 22
      "The Country Church and the Cooperative Extension Service," H. W. Hochbaum; "The Country Church and the Agricultural Extension Service," Rev. Clarence Walters Lokey 1930 August 7
    • Box 22
      "The Country Church and Literature of Country People," Prof. L. Riggleman, Dr. C.M. McConnell; "The County Free Public Library," Dr. Henry Read McIlwaine 1930 August 9
    • Box 22
      "The Country Church and the Farm Family," Prof. William Hayne Mills, Rev. Edwin V. O'Hara 1930 August 12
    • Box 22
      "Agricultural Missions and the Rural Church in Mission Lands," Dr. John Roisner; "The Country Church in Mission Lands," Rev. L. I. Moffett, D.D. 1930 August 14
    • Box 22
      "The Country Church and World Peace," Dr. Rolvix Harlan; Address, Prof. Edwin L. Earp, Ph.D. 1930 August 16
  • Round Table: "Economic and Industrial Development of the South"
    • Box 23
      "Labor," John E. Edgerton 1930 August 5
    • Box 23
      "A Labor Policy for the South," Magnus W. Alexander 1930 August 7
    • Box 23
      "The New Role of Public Ownership in the Power Industry," Prof. James C. Bonbright 1930 August 9
    • Box 23
      "Industrial Power Policy for the South," Preston S. Arkwright 1930 August 12
    • Box 23
      "A Foreign Trade Policy for the South," W. Jett Lauck 1930 August 14
    • Box 23
      "Foreign Trade Policy for the South," Floyd W. Jefferson 1930 August 16
  • Round Table: "Our Latin American Relations"
    • Box 23
      "Tangible Results of American Intervention in Haiti," W. W. Cumberland; "Intervention in Haiti," Franklyn Waltman, Jr. 1930 August 5
    • Box 23
      "Cuba and the Platt Amendment," Prof. Leland H. Jenks, Gustavo Gutierrez; Summary 1930 August 7
    • Box 23
      "Colombian Oil Legislation," R. B. Gaither; "The Growing Importance of Relations with Cuba," Prof. J. Fred Rippy; Summary 1930 August 9
    • Box 23
      "Our Treaty Relations with Panama," Henry Kittredge Norton 1930 August 12
    • Box 23
      "The Restriction of Mexican Immigration," Carlos E. Castenada; "The Problem of Mexican Immigration," Prof. J. Fred Rippy 1930 August 14
    • Box 23
      "Latin America and the Monroe Doctrine," Dr. Adrian Recinos; "Latin America, the Monroe Doctrine, and the League of Nations," William Spence Robertson; Summary 1930 August 16
    • Box 23
      Report 1930 August 12 16
  • Round Table: "Reorganization of State Government"
    • Box 23
      "State Reorganization in the United States," Frank O. Lowden 1930 August 5
    • Box 23
      "Reorganization in Massachusetts," Carl Raymond; "Reorganization of State Government in Massachusetts," Henry L. Shattuck 1930 August 7
    • Box 23
      "Reorganization of State Government, with Special Reference to Virginia," Prof. Robert H. Tucker 1930 August 9
    • Box 23
      "The Budget and Reorganization," J. H. Bradford, Harvey Walker 1930 August 12
    • Box 23
      "Taxation and Reorganization," C.H. Morrissett 1930 August 14
    • Box 23
      "Public Welfare and Reorganization," Dr. Frank Bane 1930 August 16
  • Open Forum
    • Box 23
      "The Inequity of Injunctions," Victor A. Olander 1930 August 4
    • Box 23
      "Economic Effect of Prohibition on Southern Industrial Development," C. O'Conor Goolrick 1930 August 5
    • Box 23
      "The Government and Industrial Relations," Glenn A. Bowers 1930 August 6
    • Box 23
      "Unlimited Agricultural Cooperation: Will It Prove an Effective Remedy for the Farmers' Economic Ills?," H.C. Taylor 1930 August 7
    • Box 23
      "The Position of Women in the United States," Mrs. Burnita Shelton Matthews 1930 August 8
    • Box 23
      "Reorganization of State Government," O. Max Gardner, Seabury C. Mastick 1930 August 9
    • Box 23
      Address, James Brown Scott 1930 August 11
    • Box 23
      "Government and Business in the Court of Domestic Relations," Oswald Garrison Villard 1930 August 12
    • Box 23
      "Can and Should the Eighteenth Amendment Be Enforced?," Mrs. Marion Booth Kelley; "Prohibition Enforcement and Observance," Dr. Ernest H. Cherrington 1930 August 13
    • Box 23
      "Canadian Liquor Control," Ben H. Spence 1930 August 14
  • Round Table: "Consumers' Credit in America and Its Relation to Present and Future Prosperity"
    • Box 23
      "Consumers' Credit in America . . . ," H. L. Braham 1930 August
    • Box 23
      "Eligibility of Finance Company Paper for Rediscount," Milan V. Ayres 1930 August 7
    • Box 23
      Report, Round Table: "National Country Life Questions," Dr. C. J. Galpin 1930 August 11-15
    • Box 23
      Report, Round Table: "Economic and Industrial Development of the South," Major LeRoy Hodges 1930 August 5 9
    • Box 23
      Report, Round Table: "Reorganization of State Government," Harry Flood Byrd 1930 August 16
  • Evening Addresses
    • Box 23
      "Presentation of the Portrait of Dr. Maphis," Seymour M. Stone; "Acceptance of the Portrait of Dr. Maphis," Dr. Edwin A. Alderman 1930 August 11
  • Round Table: "Regionalism"
    • Box 24
      "State Planning," Franklin D. Roosevelt 1931 July 6
    • Box 24
      "Historical Considerations in Regional Planning," Charles W. Eliot II 1931 July 7
    • Box 24
      "Regional Planning," Flavel Shurtleff; Lewis Mumford 1931 July 8
    • Box 23
      "Cultural Aspects of Regionalism," Benton MacKaye, John Gould Fletcher 1931 July 9
    • Box 24
      "Sociological and Economic Aspects of Regionalism," Prof. R. D. McKenzie; "The New Regionalism," Prof. R. D. McKenzie; "Sociological Aspects of Regionalism," Howard W. Odum 1931 July 10
    • Box 24
      "The Concept of Planning," Stuart Chase 1931 July 11
  • Round Table: "Unemployment"
    • Box 24
      "A Plan for a Law for Compulsory Dismissal Compensation" n.d.
    • Box 24
      "Unemployment as seen by Foreign Economists," Adamantios Th. Polyzoides 1931 July 6
    • Box 24
      "Unemployment as an International Problem," Dr. Felix Morley 1931 July 7
    • Box 24
      "Industrial Plans for Employment Stabilization and Unemployment Relief," Prof. T. Douglas Brown; "The Economic Background of the Present Depression," John P. Frey 1931 July 8
    • Box 24
      "The Community and Unemployment," Dr. Joseph Willits 1931 July 9
    • Box 24
      "Can National Planning Prevent Unemployment?" Sumner H. Slichter 1931 July 10
    • Box 24
      Summary 1931 July 6-11
    • Box 24
      Findings on Unemployment 1931 July 11
    • Box 24
      Brief Bibliography on Unemployment 1931 July
      2 folders
  • Round Table: "Municipal Administration"
    • Box 24
      "State and Municipal Taxation," Dr. F.G. Crawford; "Relation of States to Municipal Taxation," R. W. B. Hart 1931 July 1
    • Box 24
      "City Planning," Edward L. Stone 1931 July 3
  • Round Table: "Law Enforcement"
    • Box 24
      "Do Police Protect the Public?," Bruce Smith 1931 June 29
    • Box 24
      Report 1931 June 29-July 4
    • Box 24
      "Racketeering," Robert Isham Randolph; Address, George Z. Medalie 1931 June 30
    • Box 24
      "Prohibition and the Report of the President's Commission," J. W. Wadsworth, Jr.; "The Problem of Prohibition Enforcement," Oliver W. Stewart 1931 July 1
    • Box 24
      "The Difficulties of Enforcement," Colonel A. W. W. Woodcock, John C. Gebhart 1931 July 2
    • Box 24
      "Rewriting the Criminal Law," John Barker Waite; "Problems of the Magistrates Court," Judge Jonah J. Goldstein 1931 July 3
  • Round Table: "The New Industrialism in the South"
    • Box 24
      "The New Industrialism in the South," LeRoy Hodges; "Southern Economic and Political Trends," Prof. Herman Clarence Nixon; "The Social Significance of the New Industrialism," Dr. Francis P. Gaines; Discussion Following Preliminaries 1931 July 6
    • Box 24
      "Labor's Program in the New Industrialism," R. T. Bowden; Discussion Following Address of R. T. Bowden" 1931 July 7
    • Box 24
      "Child Labor in the South," Donald Comer; "The Place of Women and Children in Southern Industry," Lucy Randolph Mason; Discussion Following Addresses 1931 July 8
    • Box 24
      "The New Industrialism and Power Development in the South," John B. Reynolds, F. H. Newell; Discussion following Addresses 1931 July 9
    • Box 24
      "New Industrialism in the South," Maj. R.S. Buck; "Foreign Trade and the Way to Economic Recovery in the South," R.S. MacElwee; Discussion Following Address of R. S. MacElwee; "Foreign Trade Versus High Tariffs," R. L. McKeller 1931 July 10
    • Box 24
      Report, Samuel W. McIntosh; Address, Charles G. Mettler; "The New Industrialism and the South's Place in National Industrial Preparedness," Gen. Benedict Crowell; "National Industrial Preparedness," Hon. Frederick H. Payne; Report 1931 July 11
  • Round Table: "Regionalism"
    • Box 25
      "State Planning," J. Gordon Bohannan 1931 July 6
    • Box 25
      "Historical Consideration in Regional Planning," Henry Wright; "Statistical Engineering Methods in Regional Planning," Ernest P. Goodrich; "The Part Played by Thomas Jefferson in Securing, Planning, and Building the National Capitol and its Environs," T.S. Settle 1931 July 7
    • Box 25
      "Cultural Aspects of Regionalism," Stringfellow Barr 1931 July 9
  • Round Table: "Municipal Administration"
    • Box 25
      "Interesting the Taxpayer in His Government," William B. Munro, Frank C. Hanrahan 1931 July 1
  • Round Table: "The Chain Store"
    • Box 25
      "The Chain Store and Its Retail Competitor," Dr. Clyde William Phelps; "The Chain Store and the Independent Merchant," M.M. Zimmerman 1931 July 6
    • Box 25
      "The Chain Store and the Manufacturer and the Wholesaler," A.W. Hughes 1931 July 7
    • Box 25
      "The Indiana Decision and Regulatory Laws Affecting Chain Stores" Clark McKercher 1931 July 8
    • Box 25
      "The Chain Store and Management," Alvin Dodd 1931 July 9
    • Box 25
      "The Chain Store and Management," George W. Alger; "The Chain Store and Public Policy," J. Frank Grimes; "The Chain Store Monopoly," Senator Smith W. Brookhart; "The Chain Store and Public Policy," Robert S. Marx 1931 July 10
    • Box 25
      "What Principles of Organization Management Must Govern to Insure Efficient Voluntary Group Enterprise," J. Frank Grimes; "The Implications of the Supreme Court Decision in the Indiana Chain Store Case," Frank W. Wheeler; "The Chain Store and the Community," Paul H. Nystrom 1931 July 11
  • Conference: "The Place of the Child in Public Affairs"
    • Box 25
      "The Place of the Child in Public Affairs," F. J. Kelly 1931 July 2
    • Box 25
      "A Program for the Adjustment of Physically and of Mentally Handicapped Children in the United States," William J. Ellis 1931 July 3
  • Monroe Centennial Memorial Exercises
    • Box 25
      "Aspects of the Monroe Doctrine," Hon. W.R. Castle, Jr.; "Maps Released with Castle's Address" 1931 July 4
  • Monroe Centennial Memorial Exercises
    • Box 25
      "Aspects of the Monroe Doctrine," Hon. W.R. Castle, Jr.; "Maps Released with Castle's Address" 1931 July 4
  • [Evening Address] "Institute of Institutes"
    • Box 25
      "Responsibilities of the Pan American Press," Charles Stephenson Smith; "The Press and the Radio in Cooperation with Institutes of Public Affairs," Dr. Victor Rosewater 1931 June 27
  • Evening Addresses
    • Box 25
      Luther A. Weigle (empty) 1931 June 28
    • Box 25
      "Welcome," Dean John Newcomb; "The Silver Lining of Our Politics," William B. Munro; "Public Personnel Administration and Good Government," Charles P. Messick 1931 June 29
    • Box 25
      "The Folly of Prohibition," Mrs. Carroll Miller; "Give Prohibition a Chance," Mrs. Ella A. Boole 1931 June 30
    • Box 25
      "Adult Education," Spencer Miller, Jr. 1931 July 1
    • Box 25
      "Obstacles to Pan American Understanding," Herman G. James; "Startling Facts in Today's Economic Muddle," "Declaration of Interdependence of Men," Samuel S. Wyer 1931 July 2
    • Box 25
      "Child Protection, A Public Concern," A. J. Carlson 1931 July 3
    • Box 25
      "Evening Address," William E. Dodd (empty) 1931 July 4
    • Box 25
      "Learning from the Master Teacher," Dr. Walter L. Single 1931 July 5
    • Box 25
      "Excessive Cost of Local Government," Franklin D. Roosevelt; "Unemployment: A Review of the Position in Postwar Britain," Ben Bowen Thomas; "Cooperation vs. Chaos," T.L. Chadbourne 1931 July 7
    • Box 25
      "Peace An Appeal to the Heroic," Dr. M. Ashby Jones; "A Peace Program for Patriots," Kirby Page 1931 July 8
    • Box 25
      "Social Effects of Government Competition in Industry and Business," John Spargo; "Fundamental Faults of Compulsory Unemployment Insurance," Noel Sargent 1931 July 9
    • Box 25
      "Political Parties and Issues Up to Date," Hon. Smith W. Brookhart; "The Challenge of Unemployment," Dr. Lillian Gilbreth 1931 July 10
  • Conference on Adult Education
    • Box 25
      "The White House Conference: A Venture in Adult Education," F. J. Kelly; "The Practicing Physician and Adult Education," Dr. Greer Baughman 1931 July 1
  • [Special Conference on Personnel]
    • Box 25
      "Classification and Compensation Plans," Ismar Baruch 1931 June 30
  • Conference on County Government
    • Box 25
      "County Management," Prof. Paul W. Wager 1931 July 2
  • Round Table: "Religious Education in the Rural Church"
    • Box 25
      "The Need for Religious Education in Rural Areas," Rev. C. C. Haun, George T. Waite 1931 June 29
  • Round Table: "The Plight of Southern Agriculture"
    • Box 25
      "Farming A Mode of Life," H.G. Hastings 1931 June 30
  • Round Table: "Religious Education in the Rural Church"
    • Box 26
      "A Curriculum of Religious Education in the Rural Church," Paul H. Vieth 1931 June 30
    • Box 26
      "A Curriculum for Religious Education in the Rural Church," Dr. Albert Z. Mann 1931 June 30
    • Box 26
      "Administering the Program of Religious Education," Dr. T. C. Currie; "Religious Education in the Country Church," Edwin E. Sundt; "A Program of Religious Education for Country People," R.A. Kilburn 1931 July 1
    • Box 26
      "Town and Country Leadership," Dr. Ralph S. Adams; "Town and Country Church Leadership," Dr. William Archer Wright 1931 July 2
    • Box 26
      "Vacation Bible Schools in Rural Areas," Rev. Victor C. Detty; "The Daily Vacation Bible School in Rural Areas," Rev. Clyde C. Walsh 1931 July 3
    • Box 26
      "Weekday Religious Education in Rural America," Rev. Minor C. Miller, Walter Albion Squire, D.D. 1931 July 4
  • Round Table: "Plight of Southern Agriculture"
    • Box 26
      "The Agriculture of the Southeastern States from a National Viewpoint," Hon. Carl Vrooman 1931 June 29
    • Box 26
      "Education and Agriculture--Is Our Educational System Functioning Properly for the Restoration of Agriculture and Rural Civilization?," Bradford Knapp 1931 July 1
    • Box 26
      "The Balance of Trade Against Southern Agriculture," S. H. Hobbs, Jr. 1931 July 2
    • Box 26
      "The Forests in Relation to National Welfare and to the Prosperity of the South," Ernest A. Sterling 1931 July 3
    • Box 26
      "The Base of the South's Economic Structure, An Obsolete System of Agriculture, Threatens its Civilization. The Chances for Saving it? The Method" Hugh MacRae; "The Importance of Demonstrations as a Factor in the Improvement of Agriculture," Dr. W. W. Long 1931 July 4
  • Round Table: "Our Latin American Relations"
    • Box 26
      "The Significance of Recent Revolutions in Latin America," Earl James; "North American Opinion and the Latin American Revolutions," Paul Vanorden Shaw, Ph.D. 1931 June 29
    • Box 26
      "Significance of the Growing Investment of United States Capital in Latin America," Dr. W. W. Cumberland, Dr. Max Winkler 1931 June 30
    • Box 26
      "Race Relations in Latin America with Special Reference to the Development of Indigenous Culture," Ruediger Bilden; "Racial Problems in Peru: Past, Present, and Future," Philip Ainsworth Means 1931 July 1
    • Box 26
      "A Program of Closer Cultural Relations with Latin America," Ernest Galarza 1931 July 2
    • Box 26
      "Inter American Arbitration," John H. Latané; "The Progress of International Settlement on the South American Continent," James Oliver Murdock 1931 July 3
    • Box 26
      "Aspects of the Monroe Doctrine," Hon. William R. Castle, Jr.; "Constructive Elements of a Pan American Policy," Raymond Leslie Buell, Palmer E. Pierce; "The Contribution of North American Civilization to a Constructive Pan American Policy," Wallace Thompson 1931 July 4
  • Round Table: "County Government"
    • Box 26
      "Revamping Local Areas of Government," Prof. John A. Fairlie; Administrative Reorganization for Greater Efficiency," Howard P. Jones; "The County Manager Plan in Arlington County, Virginia," Hon. Hugh Reid; "Progress in County Consolidation," Orville A. Park, LL.D.; "The Significance of the Virginia County Government Legislation of 1932 to the People of the Counties," George W. Spicer 1932 July 8
    • Box 26
      "County Government in the Virginia Legislation of 1932," Robert H. Tucker; Report, E. Jeffries Heinrich 1932 July 9
  • Round Table: "Unemployment"
    • Box 26
      "Unemployment as a Permanent Problem," Ethelbert Stewart; "Unemployment as a Permanent National Problem," M.E. Pidgeon 1932 July 11
    • Box 26
      "The Unemployed Man: Who is He? What are his Aptitudes? What are his Re-education Needs?" Dean James C. Lawrence; "Who Are the Unemployed and What are Their Reeducation Needs?," Willard E. Parker 1932 July 12
    • Box 26
      "Industry's Responsibility for the Maintenance of Employment Through Technological, Seasonal, and Cyclical Changes: Re-training Problems Involved," Colonel R. I. Rees; "The Responsibility of Industry to the Unemployed Man," John P. Frey; Summary 1932 July 13
    • Box 26
      "Responsibility of Educational Institutions to the Unemployed: The Opportunity and Continuation School," Dr. Robert T. Hill; "Employment Assistance Service of Emergency Committees," Dr. Robert T. Hill; Press Release of Address Given by Felix Morley 1932 July 14
    • Box 26
      "Public Employment Exchanges: A Responsibility of Government," Willard E. Parker; "Responsibility of Public Agencies to the Unemployed: Emergency Relief and Employment Committees," Dr. Robert T. Hill 1932 July 15
    • Box 26
      Report 1932 July 16
  • Round Table: "Religious Education"
    • Box 26
      "An Adventure in Cooperation," Dr. Forrest Lamar Knapp 1932 July 11
    • Box 26
      "Cooperative Effort in Religious Education in Virginia," Minor C. Miller 1932 July 12
    • Box 27
      Report 1932 July 11
    • Box 27
      "Trends in Children's Work," Miss Mary E. Skinner 1932 July 13
    • Box 27
      "Week day Religious Education. What Is It?," Florence M. Hostetter 1932 July 14
    • Box 27
      "The Religious Education of Adults," Dr. Charles N. Brewbaker 1932 July 15
    • Box 27
      "Cooperative Possibilities in Young People's Work," Z. B. Edworthy 1932 July 16
    • Box 27
      Summary 1932 July 11 16
  • Round Table: "Economic Recovery"
    • Box 27
      "Introductory Remarks," Marcus Nadler; "International Recovery- The Way Out," John T. Madden; "The Present Situation and the Way to Recovery From a National Viewpoint," Paul Mazur; Summary 1932 July 11
    • Box 27
      "The Role of Banking in Recovery," Hon. Oddment Platt; "The Gold Problem," Robert Warren 1932 July 12
    • Box 27
      "The International Flow of Capital and Recovery," Raleigh S. Rife; "Market Distribution and Economic Recovery," G. Rowland Collins 1932 July 13
    • Box 27
      "Economic Consequences of Cancellation of War Debts and Reparation," Dr. K. Dorothy Wood; "War Debts," Dr. William Wilson Cumberland 1932 July 14
    • Box 27
      "Planned vs. Unplanned Economy in Industrial Organization," Ralph E. Flanders; "Corporate Readjustment and Recovery," Dr. Jules I. Bogen 1932 July 15
    • Box 27
      "Economic Recovery," W. Jett Lauck; "The Role of Government in Recovery," Ralph West Robey; "The Railroad Problem," Charles A. Wood 1932 July 16
    • Box 27
      Summary 1932 July 11-16
  • Round Table: "Municipal Administration"
    • Box 27
      "The Town and Country as a Problem of Expenditure," John F. Sly 1932 July 13
    • Box 27
      "Planning and Zoning for Small Cities of the United States," Russell Van Nest Black 1932 July 15
  • Special Conference on Adult Education
    • Box 27
      "The Falls Church Study Club," Henry Knowles, D.D.S.; "The Sunny Side Community House," Mrs. J. L. Tucker; "The Lewis Ginter Community Building," Edith Clark Cowles; "History and Activities of Lynchburg's Little Theatre," Mrs. R. M. Woodson; "An Experiment in Adult Education," Rev. C. M. Ford; "Workers in Virginia," Miss Matilda Lindsay 1932 July 13
  • Special Conference: Virginia Federation of Women's Clubs
    • Box 27
      "Highlights of the Seattle Convention," Mrs. J. L. Blair Buck 1932 July 16
  • Special Conference on World Economics
    • Box 27
      "Abstract of 'Gold and International Trade'," Dr. John Donaldson 1932 July 8
  • Evening Addresses
    • Box 27
      "The Spiritual Spectrum of Hispanic America," Dr. John A. Mackay 1932 July 3
    • Box 27
      "Address of Welcome," Dr. John Lloyd Newcomb; "Washington and Jefferson in the Building of America," Dr. Dixon Ryan Fox 1932 July 4
    • Box 27
      "Anti Trust Laws and the Present Economic Emergency," Gilbert H. Montague 1932 July 5
    • Box 27
      "The Republican Position on Economic Problems," Hon. James R. Garfield 1932 July 6
    • Box 27
      "Wings Over South America," Edward Tomlinson; "Evening Address," Huger W. Jervey 1932 July 7
    • Box 27
      "Unemployment Insurance," Hon. Henry J. Allen; "Railroads and Economic Recovery," Samuel O. Dunn; "Importance of Highway Transportation to Economic Recovery," Alfred Reeves 1932 July 8
    • Box 27
      "Long Range Planning of Public Works," D.H. Sawyer 1932 July 12
    • Box 28
      "Socialist Economics," Norman Thomas 1932 July 9
    • Box 28
      "South Africa An Economic Survey," Eric H. Louw; "The Rural Billion," Dr. Kenyon L. Butterfield 1932 July 10
    • Box 28
      "The Fear of Machines," James Cooper Lawrence; "Unemployment Relief," Spencer Miller, Jr. 1932 July 11
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      "Credit and Finance [Abstract]," Paul Mazur; "Parties, Platforms, and Conventions in Emergency Times," Miss Marguerite Wells 1932 July 12
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      "Good Government and the Depression," Thomas H. Reed 1932 July 13
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      "Effects of Tariff on the Present Depression," Hon. Cordell Hull 1932 July 14
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      "Woman, the Stabilizing Power of the Nation," Grace Morrison Poole 1932 July 15
  • Round Table: "Latin American Relations"
    • Box 28
      "Sugar in the Caribbean," H. H. Pike, Jr., "Sugar in the Caribbean," Leland H. Jenks 1932 July 4
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      "Investments in Latin American Industry," Robert H. Patchin; "Public Utilities in Latin America," James S. Carson 1932 July 5
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      "American Investments in South America," Dr. Max Winkler; "Government Loans in Latin America," George F. Train; "Current Economic Trends in the Latin American Field," George Jackson Eder 1932 July 6
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      "The Banana Industry in the Caribbean," William K. Jackson, Jr., Charles D. Kepner, Jr. 1932 July 7
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      "Radical Tendencies in Latin-America," Dr. Victor A. Belaunde, Edward Tomlinson; "Unrest in South America," Henry Kittredge Norton 1932 July 9
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      Summary 1932 July 4 9
  • Round Table: "Anti Trust Laws"
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      "The Anti Trust Laws An Historical Review," James A. Emery; "Anti Trust Laws from a Coal Operator's Standpoint," Charles E. Backus; "Anti Trust Laws and Competition," Goldthwaite H. Dorr 1932 July 4
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      "The Changing Law in the Changing World," Gilbert H. Montague; "The Anti Trust Laws and the Oil Industry," C.B. Ames; "Anti Trust Laws from the Lumber Industry's Standpoint," Landon C. Bell; "Anti Trust Laws from a Retired Manufacturer's Standpoint," S.P. Bush; "Anti Trust Laws and Some Proposed Amendments," Benjamin S. Kirsch 1932 July 5
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      "The Anti Trust Laws and the Public Interest," Prof. Milton Handler; "Attrition Through Destructive Competition or Progress Through Cooperation," Malcolm D. Whitman; "The Anti Trust Laws and Popular Confusion," J. Harvey Williams 1932 July 6
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      "Anti Trust Laws from the Chain Store Standpoint," Albert H. Morrill; "Anti Trust Laws from an Economist's Standpoint," Prof. Ernest Minor Patterson; "Anti Trust Laws from the Standpoint of the Sugar and Petroleum Industries," Russell Palmer 1932 July 7
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      "The Anti Trust Laws and the Consumer," Myron W. Watkins; Press Release of Charles F. Abbott's Address; "The Anti Trust Laws: A Present Day Appraisal," Prof. James A. McLaughlin; "Anti Trust Laws in Theory and in Practice," John W. Van Allen 1932 July 8
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      "The Anti Trust Laws and the Federal Trade Commission," Abram F. Myers 1932 July 9
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      Summaries 1932 July 2 9
  • Round Table: "County Government"
    • Box 28
      "The County and Public Health," Warren F. Draper, M.D.; "The County and Law Enforcement," Leon M. Bazile; "Can Local Government Be Preserved in Rural Areas?," Paul W. Wager 1932 July 4
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      "Comparative Costs of County Government in the South," Dr. Clarence Heer; "The Place of Personnel Administration in County Government," Dr. Charles P. Messick 1932 July 5
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      "The Virginia System of City County Separation," W.F. Day; "[The] City County Problem," Hugh J. Reber 1932 July 6
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      "The County as a Regional Planning Unit," Morris Knowles, C.E., Engr. Dr. 1932 July 6
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      "The Development of a County Budget System," R. C. Atkinson, Ph.D.; "A Plan of Uniform Accounting for Counties," T. Coleman Andrews, C.P.A.; "State Supervision of County Expenditure [Abstract]," Wylie Kilpatrick 1932 July 7
    • Box 29
      Summary 1932 July 9
  • Round Table: "Anti Trust Laws"
    • Box 29
      "The Man in the Street," Frank T. Thomas 1933 July 8
  • Round Table: "Unemployment Insurance"
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      "The White Collar Market and Unemployment," Andrew M. Emery; "Methods of Dealing with Unemployment in the Past," Dr. John B. Andrews 1933 July 10
    • Box 29
      "Germany's Experience with Unemployment Insurance," Dr. Otto Nathan 1933 July 11
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      "The Philosophy of Unemployment Insurance," Miss Frances Perkins; "American Labor and Unemployment Insurance," Thomas Kennedy 1933 July 12
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      "Unemployment Compensation in Wisconsin," Prof. H. M. Grover; "Unemployment Insurance: The Ohio Plan," Dr. J. M. Rubinow 1933 July 13
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      "Unemployment Insurance: Problems of Administration," Dr. J. M. Rubinow 1933 July 14
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      "The Organization of the United States Employment Service," W. H. Stead 1933 July 15
    • Box 29
      Summary 1933 July 15
      2 folders
    • Box 29
      Summary 1933 July 10-15
  • [Addresses]
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      Vesper Service,"Today's Challenge to the Christian Church," Dr. John McDowell; Vesper Service, "The Church Faces the Future," Rev. Cameron Parker Hall 1934 July 1
    • Box 29
      Opening Address, Dr. Charles G. Maphis; Address of Welcome, R. Gray Williams 1934 July 2
  • Round Table: "Relations of the United States with the Far East"
    • Box 29
      "American Economic Interests in the Far East," Charles K. Moser; "America's Cultural Stake in the Far East," Mortimer Graves 1933 July 10
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      "The Present Day Development of Japan," Jerome D. Greene; "The Development of Modern China," Grover Clarke 1933 July 11
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      "Treaty Provisions Respecting Manchuria," Denys P. Myers 1933 July 12
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      "American Policy in Regard to the Far East Conflict," Clyde Eagleton 1933 July 15
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      Chronology of Events n.d.
    • Box 29
      Summary 1933 July 10-15
      6 folders
  • Round Table: "Relations of the United States with the League of Nations"
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      "The Case for American Political Cooperation with the League of Nations," Clark M. Eichelberger; "Economic Nationalism and World Cooperation," Lewis L. Lorwin 1933 July 10
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      "The Case Against Cooperation. Is Membership an Issue?" Dr. Herbert Adams Gibbons; "The Case Against Economic Cooperation," Gardner Jackson 1933 July 11
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      "Financial Principles of the League of Nations," H. B. Elliston 1933 July 12
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      "American Cooperation with the International Labor Organization," Leifur Magnusson; Press Release about "American Cooperation with the International Labor Organization," Leifur Magnusson; Newspaper Release; "Labor's Stake in the League," Hon. David J. Lewis; "Hearings Before the Committee on Foreign Affairs, House of Representative (H. J. Res. 378)" 1933 July 13
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      "Peace by Agreement," Vincent D. Nicholson 1933 July 14
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      "The Relations of the United States with the League of Nations," Allen T. Klots; "Official Relations with the League," Dr. John G. Herndon, Jr.; Conclusions, Felix Morley 1933 July 15
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      Summary 1933 July 10-13
      4 folders
    • Box 30
      Summary 1933 July 14-15
      3 folders
  • Round Table: "Religious Education"
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      "The Aims of Christian Education," Dr. Forrest L. Knapp 1933 July 10
    • Box 30
      "New Opportunities in Cooperation," Rev. Minor C. Miller 1933 July 12
    • Box 30
      "Progress in Weekday Religious Education, Part 1" Dr. J. Quinter Miller; "The New Emphasis Upon Interest and Attitude," Dr. J. Quinter Miller 1933 July 13
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      "A New Emphasis Upon Worship," Mary Skinner; "Progress in Weekday Religious Education, Part II," Dr. J. Quinter Miller 1933 July 14
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      Report 1933 July 9-15
  • Conference on Roadside Beauty
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      "Billboard Legislation," Janet Stuart Durham 1933 July 11
  • Conference on Adult Education
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      "Adult Education - Group Study," May I. Moore; "New Responsibilities for Adult Education," Prof. Edgar W. Knight; "Garden Clubs in Virginia," Mrs. Lawrence S. Davis; "Industrial and Workers' Education in Virginia," Dr. B. H. Van Oot; "Little Theatres in the State of Virginia," Mrs. R. M. Woodson; "Virginia Federation of Music Clubs," Julia Fuqua Ober; "Farm and Extension Education," C. A. Montgomery; "Extension Activities in Virginia," C.R. Brown; "Work for Adult Illiterates in Virginia, 1932 33," J. L. B. Buck; "Post Graduate Medical Education in Virginia," Dr. J. Allison Hodges; "Art Education," Thomas C. Parker; "Virginia's Progress in the Training of Municipal Personnel," Harold I. Baumes; "Political Education," Jeffries Heinrich 1933 July 5
  • Evening Addresses
    • Box 30
      Vesper Service, "Christianity and International Good Will," Dr. Arlo A. Brown 1933 July 2
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      "The Deane Plan," Albert Lytle Deane and Henry Kittredge Norton 1933 July 4
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      "The Paradox of Economic Planning," Dr. Rufus S. Tucker; "Economic Nationalism," H. Parker Willis 1933 July 5
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      "Our Economic Relations with the Caribbean Countries," William Jackson; "Recovery Legislation," Chester Leasure 1933 July 6
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      "New Industrial Planning," A. L. Raffa; "The Beginnings of a World Society," Laura Waples McMullen 1933 July 7
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      "Western Tendencies Toward Eastern Attitudes," Grover Clarke; "Nationalism or Internationalism in Economic Recovery," Dr. Otto Nathan 1933 July 8
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      "The New Day of Christian Missions," Miss Ruth F. Woodsmall; "The Church and the Present World Crisis," John McDowell 1933 July 9
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      "The Prevention of War," Frederick J. Libby; "A Layman Looks at Education," Mrs. B.F. Langworthy 1933 July 10
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      "The Balance of Power in the Mediterranean," Dr. Herbert Adams Gibbons; "The Beauty of Our Highways; How to Conserve It," Mrs. W. L. Lawton 1933 July 11
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      "Political Re-adjustments in China," Zhi Meng (Chih Meng) 1933 July 13
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      "Medical Missions in the Orient," Dr. Henry S. Houghton; "Some Observations on Our Foreign Relations," Hon. Bainbridge Colby 1933 July 14
  • Round Table: "Latin American Relations"
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      "Reciprocal Commercial Agreements and Latin America," George Jackson Eder; "Causes and Remedies of Latin America's Economic Depression," Dr. Constantine E. McGuire 1933 July 3
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      "Certain Aspects of Latin American Defaults," Carter M. Braxton; "Expansion of International Credit," Walter M. Van Deusen 1933 July 4
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      [Discussion], Dr. C. H. Haring; "The Relations Between Cuba and the United States," Dr. Juan A. Lliteras; "Our Treaty Relations with Cuba," Dr. Edgar Turlington 1933 July 5
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      "United States Policy in Central America," W. K. Jackson 1933 July 6
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      Summary 1933 July 3-8
      6 folders
  • Round Table: "The Country Church and Agriculture"
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      "The Causes and Cure for an Un-profitable Agriculture," Gordon H. Ward 1933 July 3
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      "Agricultural Cooperation and the Country Church," Dumont Clarke 1933 July 4
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      "Improved Economics, Literature, and the Country Church," Charles F. Huhlein 1933 July 5
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      "Making the Country Church Prosperous," Rev. Marshall Nelms 1933 July 7
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      "Community Planning and the Country Church," William H. Leach; "Stewardship in the Country Church," Rev. J. P. Proffitt 1933 July 8
  • Round Table: "Money, Banking, and the Financial Situation"
    • Box 31
      "The Monetary Standard of the United States," Dr. H. Parker Willis; "The Banking Outlook and Banking Problems," Hon. Edmund Platt; Summary 1933 July 3
    • Box 31
      "The New Banking Legislation," Prof. Ray B. Westerfield; "Current Problems in Commercial Banking," Dr. John M. Chapman 1933 July 4
    • Box 31
      "Depreciated Currency and Foreign Trade," Rufus S. Tucker; "American Banking Abroad Since 1913: Some Aspects and Trends," Dr. Clyde William Phelps 1933 Ju1 5
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      "The Farm Credit Problem," A. Wellington Taylor; "The Country Bank and the Farmer," Fred L. Garlock 1933 Ju1 6
    • Box 31
      "Present Problems and Outlook of the Federal Reserve System," Prof. J. F. Ebersole; "Credit Policies of the Federal Reserve System," C. O. Hardy 1933 Ju1 7
    • Box 31
      "Present Problems of Investment Banking," Raleigh S. Rife; "The American Capital Market," Dr. Otto Nathan 1933 July 8
  • Round Table: "County Government"
    • Box 31
      "The Trial Justice," William R. Shands; "Is the Justice of the Peace Court Obsolete?," Charles N. Hulvey 1933 July 3
    • Box 31
      "The Fee System in Virginia," Fred T. Prufer 1933 July 4
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      "Geographical Consolidation of Virginia Counties," Dr. Raymond Pinchbeck; "County Consolidation in the Field of Public Affairs," Arthur W. James 1933 July 5
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      "Recent Progress in County Government," Howard P. Jones 1933 July 6
    • Box 31
      "The Organization and Administration of a County Welfare Unit," Clark Somerville; "Internal Administrative Organization for Rural Health Control in a County Containing About 30,000 Population," Rowland A. Egger 1933 July 7
    • Box 31
      "Educational Organization of County," Dr. Harris Hart; "Financial Organization in Counties of About Thirty Thousand Population," Roy S. Braden 1933 July 8
  • Round Table: "Unemployment Insurance"
    • Box 31
      "Our Relations with Central America," Dana G. Munro 1933 July 6
    • Box 31
      "International Peace Organization in the Americas," Charles A. Thomson 1933 July 7
    • Box 31
      "Introductory Remarks on Unemployment Insurance," Spencer Miller, Jr.; "Company Plans for Unemployment Compensation," J. Douglas Brown 1933 July 10
  • Evening Addresses
    • Box 31
      "Truth and Myth in the Commercial Relations Between the United States and Latin America," Dr. Carlos G. Davila 1934 July 2
    • Box 31
      "War Debts, Reparations, and World Finance," Harry Elmer Barnes 1934 July 3
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      "Zachary Taylor," Hon. R. Walton Moore 1934 July 4
    • Box 31
      "The International Road to Equality for Women," Miss Doris Stevens; "Fundamentals of Pan Americanism," Dr. Orestes Ferrara 1934 July 5
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      "Intervention and the Good Neighbor," Hon. W. N. Castle; Address, Mrs. Elizabeth W. Pigeon 1934 July 6
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      "Municipal Administration," Hon. William B. Harrison 1934 July 7
    • Box 31
      Vesper Service, Rabbi David de Sola Pool 1934 July 8
    • Box 31
      Address, Donald R. Richberg, Esq. 1934 July 9
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      "The Old Order," "Problems of Christian Family Life Today," Hon. John W. Davis 1934 July 10
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      Address, Mrs. George A. Wyeth 1934 July 11
    • Box 31
      "Constitutional Aspects of the N.R.A.," Henry I. Harriman; "The Rising Flood of N.R.A. Law Making," Gilbert H. Montague 1934 July 12
    • Box 31
      "A Veteran Looks at the New Deal," Charles M. Kinsolving, Esq. 1934 July 13
  • Round Table: "The Good Neighbor Policy with Latin America"
    • Box 31
      Introductory Session, Dr. Carlos G. Davila; "The Attitude of Latin America Towards the United States: Its Determinants," Dr. Paul Vanorden Shaw 1934 July 2
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      Remarks, Dr. Robert Lincoln O'Brien; "Trade Barriers in Their General Relations to Our Latin American Policy," Dr. G. Butler Sherwell 1934 July 3
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      "The Present Status and Future Outlook of Latin American Government Dollar Bonds," William E. Dunn; "Loans and Investments in Latin America by the United States," Fred Lavis, Esq. 1934 July 4
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      "The Settlement of International Disputes in Latin America," Francis White, Esq.; "Inter American Peace Machinery," Dr. Warren Kelchner 1934 July 5
    • Box 32
      "Caribbean Problems," Dr. R. J. Alfaro; "The Platt Amendment," Dr. Orestes Ferrara 1934 July 6
    • Box 32
      "The New Deal at Montevideo," Dr. Samuel Guy Inman; "The Position of Women in the American Republics," Miss Doris Stevens; "The Montevideo Conference," Benjamin Muse, Esq. 1934 July 7
  • Round Table: "Dictatorship and Democracy"
    • Box 32
      "Does America Need a Mussolini?," Dr. Henry R. Spencer; "The Critical Period of Democracy and Capitalism," Harry Elmer Barnes, Ph.D. 1934 July 2
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      Address, Dr. Beniamino de Ritis; "Present Day Germany: The Rise of Hitler," Dr. Karl Geiser 1934 July 3
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      "The Democratic and Dictatorial Aspects of Communism," Sidney Hook 1934 July 4
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      "Bourgeois Democracy and the Dictatorship of the Proletariat," Mr. Oakley Johnson, Ph.D. 1934 July 5
    • Box 32
      "A New American Movement for Principle in Politics," Julian S. Mason, Esq.; Address, Dr. John Dickinson 1934 Ju1 6
    • Box 32
      "Does the Public Protest Demand an Authoritarian State in the Present Day Situation?," Lawrence Dennis 1934 July 7
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      Findings [Summary] 1934 July 2 7
  • Round Table: "Home Ownership and the Country Church"
    • Box 32
      "Large Scale Farming and the Problems It Creates," Dr. G. W. Forster 1934 July 2
    • Box 32
      "The Causes and Cures for the Ills of Farm Tenancy and Migrancy," Dr. Clarence Poe 1934 July 3
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      "The Relationship Between Farm Home Ownership and Good Citizenship," Rev. Arthur Wentworth Hewitt, D.D. 1934 July 4
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      "The Bible Doctrine of Land Tenure," Rev. J. C. Siler 1934 July 5
    • Box 32
      "What the Federal Government is Attempting to Do to Promote Family Farm Ownership," Dr. Carl C. Taylor 1934 July 6
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      "The Relationship Between Family-Farm-Home Ownership and the Work of the Country Church," Dr. Harold E. Fey 1934 July 7
  • Round Table: "The Function of the Church in Modern Life"
    • Box 32
      "The Function of the Church in Modern Life," Dr. John McDowell 1934 July 2
    • Box 32
      "The Church for the Future," Dr. John McDowell; "The Church and Democracy in Social Reconstruction," Rev. Cameron Parker Hall 1934 July 3
    • Box 32
      Abstract of Address, Dr. Stanley High 1934 July 4
    • Box 32
      "The Church and International Affairs," Dr. Stanley High 1934 July S
    • Box 32
      "The Church and Race Relations," Dr. Willis W. Alexander; "The Church and the Economic Order," Rev. Cameron Parker Hall 1934 July 7
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      Summaries 1934 July 2 7
  • Round Table: "Money: A Challenge to World Statesmanship"
    • Box 32
      "Twenty Years After," Robert S. Warren; "German Debt Conference of 1934: An Episode in International Economic Cooperation," Dr. William Wilson Cumberland; "Lessons from the Post War Experience," Dr. Ray Westerfield; "Money and Trade," Prof. F. Cyril James 1934 July 2
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      "Analysis of the Present American Monetary Policy," Prof. James G. Smith; "Analysis of Present American Monetary Policy," Bernard Kilgore 1934 July 3
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      "Money and Prosperity," Mr. Charles O. Hardy; "Money and Recovery," Ralph J. Watkins, Esq. 1934 July 4
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      "Silver in the World Economy," Dr. E. A. Kincaid; "The Gold Standard in World Economy," Mr. Leo Pasvolsky 1934 July 5
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      "National Monetary Systems and International Trade," Dr. Herbert F. Fraser; "National Monetary Systems and International Capital Movements," George W. Edwards, Ph.D.; "Monetary Systems and International Capital Movements Before and Since the War," Lewis I. Galantiére, Esq. 1934 July 6
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      "An Approach to a World Monetary System," Louis Rasminsky; "Toward a World Monetary System," Mr. Willard E. Atkins 1934 July 7
  • Round Table: "County, Government, and State Planning"
    • Box 32
      "The Counties and State Aid," Tipton R. Snavely; "Re-organization of County Government in New York State," Howard P. Jones 1934 July 2
    • Box 32
      "Relationship of Local and State Planning," Charles J. Calrow 1934 July 3
    • Box 32
      Address, Charles P. Taft, II; "Can Local Self Government Be Preserved in Rural Areas?" Paul W. Wager 1934 July 4
    • Box 32
      "A Forecast of What Virginia Counties May Expect From the Optional Forms of County Government," Willard F. Day, Esq. 1934 July 5
  • Round Table: "Management vs. Regulation in Government"
    • Box 33
      "Virginia Trial Justice Law," Hon. Lemuel F. Smith 1934 July 6
    • Box 33
      "County Consolidation," John W. Manning 1934 July 7
    • Box 33
      "The New Deal for Foreign Trade," Wallace Thompson 1934 July 9
    • Box 33
      Address, Hon. Frank R. McNinch; "Governmental Management vs. Regulation in the Electric Power Industry," M.P. Tuttle, Esq. 1934 July 11
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      "Management vs. Regulation by Government," Colonel M.C. Rorty; "The Relation of Government to the Railroad Industry," Joseph B. Eastman; "The Government and Industry," S.M. Du Brul, Esq. 1934 July 12
    • Box 33
      "Government and Agriculture," Mordecai Ezekiel, Esq.; "Some Relations of Government to Investment Risk," Lawrence H. Seltzer, Esq. 1934 July 13
    • Box 33
      "The Effects of Regulation on Industry," George Harrison Houston 1934 July 14
    • Box 33
      Findings 1934 July 6-14
  • Round Table: "The Interpretation and Evaluation of Recent Trends in Education"
    • Box 33
      "The Chicago Plan," George A. Works; "Reading for Honors at Swarthmore" and "Honors Courses in American Colleges," Dr. Robert C. Brooks 1934 July 9
    • Box 33
      Address, Wilford M. Aiken, Esq. 1934 July 10
    • Box 33
      Address, W. J. Polk, Esq.; "Who Shall Determine the Character of the Recreation and Education That Will Be Provided for Adults?," Joseph K. Hart 1934 July 11
    • Box 33
      "Community Cooperation," Jacques Ozanne 1934 July 12
    • Box 33
      "The Effect of the New Deal Legislation on Education," Floyd W. Reeves 1934 July 13
    • Box 33
      "China's Educational Plans," Dr. Edgar W. Knight 1934 July 14
  • Round Table: "Religious Education"
    • Box 33
      "What is the Effectiveness of Church School Teaching of Religion as at Present Conducted in Virginia," George C. Bellingrath 1934 July 9
    • Box 33
      "How to Increase the Efficiency of the Sunday School," Dr. E. B. Paisley; "Leadership Training for Workers With Youth in the Church School," Dr. Z. B. Edworthy 1934 July 10
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      "Improving the Vacation Summer School," Edna Baxter 1934 July 11
    • Box 33
      "Building a Comprehensive Program of Weekday Religious Education," Dr. C. A. Hauser 1934 July 12
    • Box 33
      "Discovering and Training Leaders," Miss Frances C. McLester 1934 July 13
    • Box 33
      Description of Addresses, Dr. George Walter Fiske 1934 July 9-14
  • Round Table: "Currents of Conflict in the Far East"
    • Box 33
      "Early Contacts and Attitudes," Grover Clark, Esq.; "Europe and the Far East--The Drive for Power and Profits in the Nineteenth Century," Dr. Harley Farnsworth MacNair 1934 July 9
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      "The Drive for Converts," Dr. Nathaniel Gist Gee; "Development of Western Trade and Investment Interests in the Far East," Mr. Charles K. Moser; "Spreading Churches, Schools, and Hospitals," Dr. Nathaniel Gist Gee 1934 July 10
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      "The Exchange of News Between the United States and the Orient," Miles W. Vaughn 1934 July 11
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      "Some of the Problems that Confront the Chinese People," Zhi Meng (Chih Meng), Esq.; "Japan's Problems and Hopes," Prof. Masamichi Royama 1934 July 12
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      "Recent Developments in Manchuria," Mr. Ben Dorfman; "New Forces in the Far East," Miles W. Vaughan, Esq. 1934 July 13
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      "The Far East and the World Peace Machinery," Dr. Quincy Wright; "American Interests and Policy in the Far East," Grover Clark, Esq.; Summary 1934 July 14
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      Discussion 1934 July 14
      2 folders
  • Round Table: "An Evaluation of the Work of the National Industrial Recovery Act"
    • Box 33
      Address, Robert Wood Johnson; "The Future of N. R. A.," Russell E. Watson 1934 July 10
    • Box 33
      "The Result of the N.R.A. Has Been Disadvantageous to the Workers," Dr. Carmen Haider 1934 July 11
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      "The Consumer Under the N. R. A.," Dexter M. Keezer, Esq.; "The Consumer and the N. R. A.," Miss Isabel Leighton; "The New Deal and the Consumer," F. J. Schlink 1934 July 12
    • Box 33
      "Trends in the Recovery Program," David Cushman Coyle 1934 July 13
    • Box 33
      Findings 1934 July 9-14
      2 folders
  • Round Table: "Protestant, Catholic, and Jewish Relationships in America"
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      "Historical Background for a Discussion of Protestant Catholic Jewish Relationships in America," Dr. Everett R. Clinchy; "The American Concept of Religious Freedom," Rabbi David de Sola Pool 1934 July 9
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      "Sources and Psychology of Inter Group Prejudices as Illustrated by Relationships Between Christians and Jews," Prof. James V. Thompson; "Sources and Psychology of Prejudices Between Christians and Jews," Prof. Horace Kallen; "Specific Cooperative Steps Possible for Local Communities-Adult Education as Such a Step," Dr. Horace Kallen 1934 July 10
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      "Sources and Psychology of Inter-Group Prejudices as Illustrated by the Relations of Protestants and Catholics," Rev. Claris Edwin Silcox 1934 July 11
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      "Constructive Steps in the Relationships of American Protestants, Catholics and Jews," Dr. Abraham Cronbach; "Protestant-Catholic-Jewish Relationship in America," Rev. Thomas E. Mitchell, A.B., S.T.D. 1934 July 12
    • Box 34
      "Notes for Talk on Citizenship," Walter J. Conaty; "Ethics," Dr. Abraham Cronbach; "Specific Cooperative Steps Possible for Local Communities," Prof. Claris Edwin Silcox 1934 July 13
  • Special Conference: State Planning
    • Box 34
      "Federal Emergency Administration of Public Works," Charles W. Eliot II 1934 July 3
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      "The Proper Organization of State Planning," Mr. Jacob L. Crane 1934 July 4
  • Special Conference: League of Virginia Municipalities
    • Box 34
      "Relationships Between Municipalities and the Federal Government," Harold S. Buttenheim, Esq. 1934 July 6
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      "Opportunities for Improved Housing in Virginia Cities," Lawrence V. Smith, Esq. 1934 July 7
  • Radio Broadcasts
    • Box 34
      Dr. Thomas H. Reed 1935
  • Evening Addresses
    • Box 34
      Vesper Service, "Religion for Today," Rev. John McDowell 1935 June 30
    • Box 34
      Introduction, Dr. Charles G. Maphis 1935 July 1
    • Box 34
      "Good Neighbor Policy in the Caribbean," Hon. Sumner Welles; "How to Share the Wealth," William B. Bell 1935 July 2
    • Box 34
      "On World Reconstruction Since 1918," Dr. J. Anton de Haas; "Economic Factions in World Reconstruction," Peter Molyneaux 1935 July 3
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      "The International Conference at Chatham House," Dr. C. O. Hardy; "The Evolution of Women Brain Trustees in the United States," Mrs. William Dick Sporborg; Address, Colonel Henry Breckinridge 1935 July 5
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      "Child Welfare and Social Security," Katharine F. Lenroot 1935 July 6
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      Vesper Service, "Finding God in a New World," Rev. William Adams Brown 1935 July 7
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      "Like and Unlike in East and West," Ms. Pearl S. Buck 1935 July 8
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      "Recovery by Statute," Dr. Neil Carothers 1935 July 9
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      "The Blessings of Stability," Senator James W. Wadsworth; "The Constitution and the New Deal," General Hugh S. Johnson 1935 July 12
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      "The Agrarian Side of the Mexican Revolution," Senor Dr. Licenciado Ramón Beteta; "The Constitution and the New Deal," General Hugh S. Johnson 1935 July 13
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      "The Origins of the International Labor Organization," James T. Shotwell n.d.
  • Round Table: "Reconstruction: Problems in the Light of History"
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      Remarks, Dr. Ellis Paxon Oberholtzer; "The Fundamentals of Economic Recovery," Dr. A. J. Hettinger, Jr. 1935 July 1
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      Address, Dr. Ernest Minor Patterson; "The Doctrine of Equality of Sovereign States," Clark M. Eichelberger, Esq. 1935 July 3
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      "The Doctrine of Equality of Sovereign States," Dr. James C. Ballagh 1935 July 4
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      "Labor, Unemployment, and Securities Against Unnecessary Risks," Colonel Henry Breckinridge; "Capitalism, Private Property, and Individual Liberty," Francis William Coker 1935 July 5
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      "America . . . ," Dr. John Daniels 1935 July 6
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      Summary 1935 July 1-6
  • Round Table: "Economic Security"
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      "Social Trends and Security," Dr. William F. Ogburn 1935 July 1
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      "The Place of the Government in the Solution of the Problem of Social Insecurity -the Social Security Bill," Dr. Raymond Pinchbeck 1935 July 2
    • Box 34
      "Work Assurance," Jacob Baker, Esq.; "A State Welfare Official Looks at the Emergency Relief Program," Arthur W. James, Esq. 1935 July 3
    • Box 34
      Summary, Dr. J. Douglas Brown; "The Dream of Old Age Security for Everyone," Morris Albert Linton, Esq. 1935 July 4
    • Box 34
      "Health Insurance and the Medical Profession," Dr. J. C. Flippin 1935 July 5
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      "A Comprehensive Program for Security Against Ill Health," Dr. Edgar Sydenstricker; "The Struggle for Health Insurance," Dr. Barbara Nachtrieb Armstrong; "Health Insurance and the Medical Profession," Dr. J. C. Flippin 1935 July 5
    • Box 35
      "Modern Economic Trends and the Need for Social Security," Dr. Broadus Mitchell; "The Outlook for Economic Security," Dr. Joseph Pratt Harris 1935 July 6
  • Round Table: "Latin-America: International, Economic, and Social Developments"
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      1935 July 1 "Action on Equality for Women in the American Republics Since Montevideo," Ms. Helena Hill Weed
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      "The Latin American Policy of the United States, 1927 1935," Dr. Charles W. Hackett; "Some Basic Factors in the Cuban Situation," Dr. Leland H. Jenks 1935 July 2
    • Box 35
      "Evening Address," Peter Molyneaux, Esq.; "Results, Actual and Anticipated, of Our New Reciprocal Trade Agreements with Latin America," Dr. Henry F. Grady 1935 July 3
    • Box 35
      "The Agrarian Background of the Six Year Plan," Dr. William Wilson Cumberland; "Results, Actual and Anticipated, of the Mexican Agrarian Problem," Senor Dr. Licenciado Ramón Beteta 1935 July 4
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      "The Social and Educational Program of the Mexican Government," Senor Dr. Licenciado Ramón Beteta; "The Catholic Attitude Towards the Social and Educational Program of the Mexican Government," The Reverend R. A. McGowan; "Social Phases of the Six Year Plan in Mexico [resume]," Dr. Joseph F. Thorning, S.J. 1935 July 5
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      "Neutral Efforts to Settle the Chaco War," John C. deWilde, Esq.; "Rebuttal of Dr. Beteta to the Catholic Delegation Regarding the So-called Religious Controversy in Mexico," Senor Dr. Licenciado Ramón Beteta 1935 July 6
  • Round Table: "European Relations: Rebuilding Peace"
    • Box 35
      "Italy Seeks Security Through Colonial Expansion," Dr. William E. Lingelback 1935 July 1
    • Box 35
      "Economic Problems Confronting France," Monsieur Garreau Dombasle 1935 July 2
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      "German Economic Policy 1919 1935," Dr. Karl Brandt; "The Depression in Germany and the Recovery Policy of the German Government," Dr. Gerhard Cohn; "Reciprocal Trade Agreements and the Revival of World Trade," Dr. Alvin H. Hansen 1935 July 3
    • Box 35
      "The Foreign Exchange Problem in Relation to Trade Recovery," William S. Swingle, Esq.; "International Stabilization and Debts," Denys P. Myers, Esq. 1935 July 4
    • Box 35
      "European Labor and Peace," David J. Saposs, Esq. 1935 July 5
    • Box 35
      "Difficulties . . . of Normal Economic Relations in World Trade," Edward Jenkins, Esq. 1935 July 6
    • Box 35
      Report 1935
  • Round Table: "The Church in a Changing World"
    • Box 35
      "The Church and the Present Crisis," The Reverend John McDowell, D.D. 1935 July 1
    • Box 35
      "Bible Sanctions and Resources for Social Change," The Reverend Cameron Parker Hall 1935 July 2
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      "The Church and the Changing Role of Government," Rabbi Edward L. Israel 1935 July 3
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      "The Church and a Reviving Caesarism," "A Mobilized Church, the Answer to a Divided World," The Reverend William Adams Brown 1935 Ju1 4
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      "A Mobilized Church The Answer to a Divided World," The Reverend William Adams Brown 1935 July 5
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      "The Church and Social Security in Industrial Life," The Reverend R. A. McGowan, Jasper E. Crane, Esq. 1935 July 6
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      "The Church and Community Life," The Reverend Everett R. Clinchy, D.D. 1935 July 8
    • Box 35
      "The Church and Social Security in Rural Life," The Reverend Henry W. McLaughlin, D.D. 1935 July 9
    • Box 35
      "In Churches and International Security," The Reverend Albert D. Belden, D.D. 1935 July 10
    • Box 35
      "The Church and Race Relations," The Reverend Don Frank Fenn, D.D.; Abstract of Talk, The Reverend John McDowell, D.D. 1935 July 11
  • Round Table: "The Significance of American Membership in the International Labor Office"
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      "The Nineteenth Session of the International Labor Conference," Spencer Miller, Jr., Esq.; "Early Efforts at International Labor Standards," Dr. John B. Andrews 1935 July 8
    • Box 35
      "The Significance to the Employer of American Membership in the International Labor Organization," Thomas G. Spates, Esq.; "Significance of American Membership . . . from the Stand-point of American Employers," Dr. Leland Rex Robinson 1935 July 9
    • Box 35
      "International Labor Action," Leifur Magnusson, Esq. 1935 July 11
    • Box 35
      "The Significance to Labor of American Membership in the International Labor Organization," John L. Lewis, Esq. 1935 July 12
    • Box 36
      "The Importance of International Labor Standards," Dr. Samuel McCune Lindsay 1935 July 11
    • Box 36
      "Cooperation of the United States with the International Labor Organization," Dr. Hugh S. Hanna; "The Cooperation of Voluntary Agencies with the International Labor Office," Dr. William Lonsdale Tayler 1935 July 12
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      Findings 1935 July 13
  • Round Table: "Taxation for Prosperity"
    • Box 36
      "Paying for Economic and Social Security," Dr. Joseph Pratt Harris; "Can We Achieve Prosperity by Taxation?," Noel Sargent, Esq. 1935 July 8
    • Box 36
      Address, Arnold Frye, Esq.; "Tax Delinquency and Tax Collection," Honorable Henry F. Long 1935 July 9
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      "Tax Relief for Real Estate," Harold S. Buttenheim, Esq., Peter Grimm, Esq., Dr. Herbert D. Simpson 1935 July 10
    • Box 36
      "Drastic Tax Limitation and Its Effects as Indicated by a Quarter Century of Experience in Ohio," R. C. Atkinson, Esq.; "Tax Limitation," Dr. Jens P. Jensen 1935 July 11
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      "The Sales Tax," Professor Carl Shoup; "The Mississippi Sales Tax: Its Administration and Results," Honorable A. H. Stone; "The Fallacy of the Sales Tax," Daniel Bloomfield, Esq.; "The Sales Tax," Harry McMullan, Esq. 1935 July 12
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      "A Balanced Plan of Federal, State, and Local Taxation," Dr. James W. Martin; "A Balanced Program for Federal, State, and Local Taxation," Professor Joseph D. McGoldrich 1935 July 13
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      Report 1935 July 8-13
  • Round Table: "The Constitution and the New Deal"
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      "Two Amazing Years," Nicholas Roosevelt, Esq.; "The National Recovery Administration . . . ," Charles W. Putnam, Esq. 1935 July 8
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      "Fabian Socialism in the New Deal," Demarest Lloyd, Esq. 1935 July 9
    • Box 36
      "The People's Money," Dr. Walter E. Spahr; "Judicial Nullification," Honorable Fred J. Sisson 1935 July 10
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      "The Principles of Constitutional Democracy and the New Deal," Raoul E. Desvernine, Esq.; "Nullification of Acts of Congress," Honorable David J. Lewis 1935 July 11
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      "Which Road to Take?," J. Howard Pew, Esq.; "Business, the Constitution, and the New Deal," Mrs. Helen H. Miller; "Functions of the Federal Communications Commission," Albert E. Stephan, Esq. 1935 July 12
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      "Speech," Captain William H. Stayton; "Today's Lesson for Tomorrow," Dr. James Hart 1935 July 13
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      Summary 1935 July 8-13
  • Round Table: "Contemporary Educational Issues"
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      Introduction, George B. Zehmer, Esq.; "On the Special Capacities of Adults for Continuous Education," Dr. H. M. Johnson; "Adult Interests as Related to Adult Education," Dr. Wayne Dennis 1935 July 9
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      "Proposed Objectives of an Educational Activities Program for the Civilian Conservation Corps Camps of the Third Corps Area," Thomas G. Bennett, Esq.; "Public Agencies and Adult Education," J. L. B. Buck, Esq.; "Independent Agencies at Work," Miss E. Jeffries Heinrich; "Three Art Projects in the South and Their Significance," Miss Leila Mechlin; "Reviving Interest in the Handicraft Arts," Miss Clara R. Saunders 1935 July 10
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      Address, Dr. Scott M. Buchanan; "Methods and Techniques in Adult Education in the Young Women's Christian Association," Miss Jane K. Dickey; "Methods and Techniques in Adult Education," Miss Mary B. Duncan 1935 July 11
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      "Educational Issues in European Countries," Dr. Isaac L. Kandel 1935 July 12
  • Round Table: "Conflict and Cooperation Across the Pacific"
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      "Geographical Setting," Commander Archer M. R. Allen; Address, Ms. Pearl S. Buck 1935 July 8
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      "Unofficial Contacts in the Pacific Area," Frederick V. Field, Esq.; "Developing American Understanding of the Orient," Richard J. Walsh, Esq. 1935 July 9
    • Box 37
      "Japan's Trade Expansion," Charles K. Moser, Esq.; "Japan's Government and Her International Relations," Dr. Harold Scott Quigley; "Legal Aspects of Japan's Case," Dr. Clifford Chesley Hubbard 1935 July 10
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      "Foreign Concessions and Settlements in China," Dr. William C. Johnstone; "Cross Currents in China," Grover Clark, Esq. 1935 July 11
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      "The Netherland East Indies," Dr. Adrian J. Barnaum; "Japan's Pacific Mandate," Dr. Paul H. Clyde 1935 July 12
    • Box 37
      "The Philippine Islands," Colonel Donald C. McDonald; "Japan's Challenge," Dr. Keener C. Frazer 1935 July 13
  • Round Table: "American German Relations"
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      "The German Element in the United States: Its History and Contributions to American Life," Dr. Walter A. Knittle; "A Survey and Estimate of Research in German American Cultural Relations," Professor Henry A. Prochmann; "America's Cultural Debt to Germany," Morris S. Lazaron 1935 July 8
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      "German American Political and Economic Relations Since the War," Miss Mildred S. Wertheimer; "Cultural Relations Between 1919 1932," Dr. H. J. Simon 1935 July 9
    • Box 37
      "American Opinion of the New Germany," Dr. Henry G. Hodges; "The Germany of Hitler Looks at the United States," Virginius Dabney, Esq. 1935 July 10
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      "German Language and Literature in American Education," Dr. John A. Walz; Address, Dr. K. G. Frank 1935 July 11
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      "American Contributions to German Life," Henry Albert Phillips, Esq.; "Americans in Germany," Ernst Schmidt, Esq. 1935 July 12
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      "Present and Future Political and Diplomatic Relations Between the United States and Germany," Dr. Frederick K. Kruger 1935 July 13
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      Summary 1935 July 8-13
  • Round Table: "The Place of Religion in Character Education"
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      "The Jewish Position," Rabbi Edward N. Calisch, Ph.D.; "Relation of Church and State in Education The Protestant Approach," Dr. Stewart G. Cole 1935 July 8
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      "The Relation of Church and State in Education," Dr. Paul Dawson Eddy; Address, Dr. Karl H. Stolz; "An Interpretation of the Modern Scientific Theory of Character Education," Dr. Stewart G. Cole 1935 July 9
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      "The Function of Religion in Character Education," Dr. James V. Thompson 1935 July 11
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      "Weekday Religious Education in Virginia," The Reverend Minor C. Miller; "The State National Commission in Ohio," Dr. Paul Dawson Eddy 1935 July 12
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      "Character and Religion," Dr. Stewart G. Cole 1935 July 13
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      Report and Summary 1935 July 8-14
  • Open Forum
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      "Electrical Knowledge and Its Future Relationship to Mass Communication," General James G. Harbord 1936 July 13
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      "Responsibilities of the Press in a Democracy," Franklyn Waltman 1936 July 16
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      Question and Answer Discussion; Proceedings: Meeting of the Institute of Public Affairs 1936 July 17
    • Box 38
      "Panel Discussion: Liberty of Expression in the Press, Radio, and Motion Pictures" 1936 July 16
  • Round Table: "The Church and the Problem of Democracy"
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      "An Appraisal of Democracy," Frederick M. Davenport 1936 July 10
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      "The Expanding Scope of Democracy: Is It Limited?," Professor Samuel McCune Lindsay 1936 July 11
    • Box 38
      "Making Democracy Work: Is It Possible?," Professor Samuel McCune Lindsay; "The Problem of a Public Opinion in a Democracy," Dr. Herman S. Hettinger 1936 July 13
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      "The Mutual Dependence of Education and Democracy," Dr. Charles J. Turck; "Democracy and Religious Education," Elizabeth Longwell 1936 July 14
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      "Democracy and the Church: Are They Related?," Samuel McCrea Cavert; "The Country Church: A Factor in Democracy," Dr. Henry W. McLaughlin 1936 July 15
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      Closing Address, Reverend John McDowell; Remarks Before the Round Table, Reverend R.A. McGowan 1936 July 16
  • Round Table: "Public Opinion in a Democracy"
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      Address, Jerome D. Barnum; "The Magazine and Public Opinion," William L. Chenery 1936 July 13
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      "Radio Broadcasting and Public Opinion," Philip G. Loucks; Paper, Raymond Gram Swing; "The Radio Station and Public Opinion," Lambdin Kay 1936 July 14
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      "Motion Pictures and Public Opinion," F. W. Allport; "Motion Pictures and Public Opinion," Alexander Markey 1936 July 15
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      "The Constructive Forming of Public Opinion," Edward L. Bernays; "Propaganda and Democracy," H. D. Lasswell; "Italian Propaganda Techniques," John Adams 1936 July 16
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      Address, Felix Morley 1936 July 18
  • Round Table: "The American Political Scene in 1936"
    • Box 38
      Introduction, Spencer Miller; "Background of the Current Political Scene," B. B. Kendrick; "The Economic Resources of America," Harold Loeb 1936 July 13
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      "Address," William Hoster; "Beginnings of Political Research with Respect to Party Platforms and Policies," Professor Samuel McCune Lindsay; "The Place of Research in the Development of Government Policy," Mordecai Ezekiel; "The Place of Research as a Permanent Thing in Politics," T. N. Carver 1936 July 14
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      "The Republican Platform and Program for 1936," H. M. Langworthy; "A National Platform and a National Philosophy of Government," Mrs. George A. Wyeth 1936 July 15
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      "The Democratic Case, 1936," Honorable John Dickinson; "A Woman Looks at the Democratic Platform," Mrs. Thomas F. McAllister 1936 July 16
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      "How Can We Develop an Informed Public Opinion in a Democracy?," Clyde L. King; "Problems in Public Welfare Administration," A. W. James 1936 July 18
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      Summary of Speech, Norman Thomas; "Platform and Policy of the Communist Party in 1936," Earl Browder 1936 July 17
    • Box 39
      "The Third Party Movement in 1936," Alfred M. Bingham; "The Political Education of the Electorate," Ben Howe; "Farmer Labor Party Views," Howard Y. Williams; Summary 1936 July 18
  • Round Table: "Changing Asia"
    • Box 39
      "The Chinese Background," Dr. Cyrus H. Peake; "China in the Remaking" Dr. T. Z. Koo; "The Orient in the Western Literature," Younghill Kang 1936 July 13
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      "Women in the Changing China," Eva B. A. Macmillan (Mrs. T. D. Macmillan); "Changing China from Within," Randolph T. Shields, M.D. 1936 July 14
  • Evening Addresses
    • Box 39
      Introductory Statement 1936
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      "America's Greatest Need," Rev. John McDowell, D.D., LL.D. 1936 July 5
    • Box 39
      "What Is Wrong with the Nations?," Robert McElroy, Ph.D., LL.D., D.LITT.(Oxon.), F.R. Hist. S. 1936 July 6
    • Box 39
      "The Stock Exchange and the Public Welfare," Charles R. Gay 1936 July 7
    • Box 39
      "Taking Account of International Stock," M.E. Woolley; "Myth and Reality in International Economics,"Mrs. Barbara Frances Wootten 1936 July 8
    • Box 39
      "Industrialism and the South," John Temple Graves II; "The Professions and the Economic Crisis," Walter Hampden; "An Appraisal of the Federal Social Security Act," Winthrop W. Aldrich 1936 July 9
    • Box 39
      "Keeping the Investor Informed," Kenneth C. Hogate 1936 July 11
    • Box 39
      Address, Dr. T. Z. Koo 1936 July 12
    • Box 39
      "The Constitution of the United States," Honorable Stanley Reed 1936 July 13
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      "The Constitution in the Light of Modern Trends," Henry W. Taft 1936 July 14
    • Box 39
      "Relation of Government to Business," Alexander V. Dye; "The Campaign of 1936," Herman M. Langworthy 1936 July 15
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      "Anglo American Censorship, Early and Late," Garrard Glenn 1936 July 16
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      "Representative Government vs. Dictatorship," Hiram Bingham 1936 July 17
  • Open Forum
    • Box 39
      "America and Europe," Frank O. Darva 1936 July 7
    • Box 39
      "The Future of the League of Nations," C. F. Fenwick 1936 July 8
    • Box 39
      "The Rise of Social Credit as a World Movement," Gorham Munson 1936 July 9
    • Box 39
      "The Colonial Policy of the United States," Colonel Theodore Roosevelt, Jr. 1936 July 10
    • Box 39
      "Apathy: The Chief Menace to Our Democracy," Ben Howe 1936 July 13
    • Box 39
      "The Ideals and Aims of the Administration," John H. Fahey 1936 July 14
    • Box 39
      "Historical Development of World Government," Professor Arthur W. Bromage 1936 July 15
    • Box 39
      "The Responsibilities of Broadcasting in a Democracy," Frederic A.Willis 1936 July 16
  • Round Table: "International Good Will"
    • Box 39
      "The Provincial Spirit as an Obstacle to Good Will," Spencer Brodney 1936 July 6
    • Box 39
      Address, Fred R. Coudert; "Problems of Neutrality," P. W. H. Almy 1936 July 7
    • Box 39
      "Debts as an Obstacle to Good Relations among Nations," Dr. William Wilson Cumberland 1936 July 8
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      Press Release 1936 July 8
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      "The Problem of Armaments," Brig. Gen. John Ross Delafield, Hugo E. Prager 1936 July 9
    • Box 40
      "Economic Justice as the Basis of World Peace," Herbert S. Houston, Ph.D., M.A., LL.D. 1936 July 10
    • Box 40
      "Social Credit and Political Action," Gorham Munson; "Talk Before Institute of Public Affairs," Frank P. Graham; "Human Relations," Ernest Minor Patterson 1936 July 11
  • Round Table: "Current Problems in Our Latin American Relations"
    • Box 40
      Address, Dana G. Munro; "Twenty Five Years: A Glance at Inter American Progress," William A. Reid; "A Realistic Approach to Inter American Understanding," Professor Henry Grattan Doyle 1936 July 6
    • Box 40
      "Present Economic Trends in Mexico," John B. Glenn; "Electrical Public Utilities in Mexico," Ernest Galarza 1936 July 7
    • Box 40
      "Puerto Rico: Her Present and Future," Julio García Díaz; "Conditions in Puerto Rico," Otto Schoenrich 1936 July 8
    • Box 40
      "A Latin American Investment," Dr. William Wilson Cumberland; "A Latin American Loan," Dr. William Wilson Cumberland; "Transportation Problems," Robert H. Patchin 1936 July 9
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      "Trade Barriers: Latin American Variety," W. E. Dunn; Address, Henry L. Deimel, Jr. 1936 July 10
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      "The Proposed Inter American Conference for the Maintenance of Peace," Donald R. Heath; "The Proposed Inter American Conference," Dr. Aldrin Racinos 1936 July 11
  • Round Table: "Current Problems of Business and Finance"
    • Box 40
      Address, Robert M. Hanes; "Labor-Sound Money-Inflation," Matthew Woll; "Two Major Problems Affecting the Investor Today," Orrin G. Wood 1936 July 6
    • Box 40
      "The Economic Functions of Speculation," Dr. William Wilson Cumberland; "The Functions of Speculation," Charles H. Meyer 1936 July 7
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      "Credit Control," W. Randolph Burgess; "Control of Bank Credit," George V. McLaughlin; "Credit Control," Edmund Platt 1936 July 8
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      "Capital Gains and Losses," Lovell H. Parker, Godfrey N. Nelson 1936 July 9
    • Box 40
      "The Responsibilities of Corporate Management," C. M. Chester; "Erosion by Government Finance," Hon. Arthur A. Ballantine 1936 July 10
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      "Investor Information: Its Economic Importance," Leland Rex Robinson; "The Securities Acts and the Investment Market," "Keeping the Investor Informed," William O. Douglas, Kenneth C. Hogate 1936 July 11
  • Round Table: "Local Government"
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      Press Release, Professor Arthur Bromage; "County Home Rule in New York," Senator Thomas C. Desmond; "County Home Rule in Ohio," Professor Earl L. Shoup 1936 July 6
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      "County Manager Plan in Operation," Roy S. Braden; "The County Manager Plan in Henrico County, Virginia," W. F. Day; "The County Manager Plan in Operation," H. A. Haden 1936 July 7
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      Address, R. W. B. Hart; "The City Manager Plan in Operation," John N. Edy 1936 July 8
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      "Problems of County Government in Relation to the South," Cullen B. Gosnell; "Problems of County Government Relative to the South," Professor Frank W. Prescott 1936 July 9
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      "Functional Consolidation in the Counties of Virginia," Dr. Raymond Uhl; "County Consolidation in the South," John W. Manning 1936 July 10
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      "The Place of the Survey in Political Science," John F. Sly; "Technique and Conclusions of the Pennsylvania Local Government Survey," Edward W. Carter 1936 July 11
    • Box 41
      "Surveying Local Governments," Charles R. Erdman, Jr. 1936 July 11
    • Box 41
      "Effect of Depression on State Local Relations," Howard P. Jones; "Federal City Relations," Morton L. Wallerstein 1936 July 13
    • Box 41
      "Interstate Cooperation," Charles J. Calrow; "The Ability of Local Units to Finance Relief Costs," L. Lészló Ecker-R 1936 July 14
    • Box 41
      "Conflicting Taxation with Special Reference to Local Finance," James W. Martin 1936 July 15
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      "Personnel Administration in Cities and Counties," Oliver C. Short; "the Problem of Effective Personnel Administration in Small City Government," Maxwell Devoe 1936 July 16
    • Box 41
      "Training for Public Administration," Professor J. R. Hayden 1936 July 17
    • Box 41
      A.W. James (empty folder); "Problems in Public Welfare Administration," Frank Bane 1936 July 18
  • Round Table: "The Church and the Problem of Democracy"
    • Box 41
      "Democracy's Judgement Day: Will It Stand?," Henry Smith Leiper 1936 July 6
    • Box 41
      "The March of Democracy: Will It Halt?," Henry Smith Leiper 1936 July 7
    • Box 41
      "The Foundations of Democracy: Are They Secure?," John A. MacCallum, D.D. 1936 July 8
    • Box 41
      "The Meaning of Democracy: Has it a Definite Content?," John A. MacCallum, D.D. 1936 July 9
  • Round Table: "Government and Business"
    • Box 41
      "Government and the Transportation Problem," E. L. Oliver 1936 July 14
    • Box 41
      "Government and the Public Utilities," Siegfried F. Hartman; "The Federal Government and the Public Utilities," Basil Manly 1936 July 15
    • Box 41
      "Government Regulation of Business," Rev. Wilfrid Parsons, S.J. 1936 July 17
    • Box 41
      "Government in Business as a Political Issue," John Calvin Brown; "Social Legislation in Foreign Countries," W.L. Schurz 1936 July 18
  • Special Conference: "Power Age Economics"
    • Box 41
      "The Flaw in the Price System," Paul Hampden; "Financing a Power Economy," Edward F. Harvey 1936 July 10
    • Box 41
      "The Attack on Credit Monopoly from a Cultural Viewpoint," William Carlos Williams; "The Artist, the Audience, and Social Credit," James Laughlin IV 1936 July 11
  • Special Conference: "The Emergency and the Long-Run in Education"
    • Box 41
      Announcement 1936 July
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      Address, Nathaniel Peffer 1936 July 15
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      "Education in Germany," Gerold von Minden; "The Emergency in Italy," John Adams; "Perspectives in Soviet Education," Arthur Fletcher 1936 July 16
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      "The Catholic Tradition in Education," W. H. McHugh 1936 July 17
  • Special Conference: "Cooperative Education Association"
    • Box 41
      Address, William H. Bristow 1936 July 15
  • Special Conference: "National Society of the U. S. Daughters of 1812"
    • Box 41
      Address, Mrs. William Armistead Porter 1936 Ju1 7
  • Round Table: "Radio Symposium"
    • Box 41
      Transcript of Proceedings 1936 July 17
  • Testimonial Dinner for Dr. Charles S. Maphis [10th anniversary of the founding of the Institute of Public Affairs]
    • Box 41
      Address, Dr. John McDowell, D.D. 1936 July 16
  • Round Table: "Changing Asia"
    • Box 41
      "Background Influences in Modern Japan," Grover Clark; Address, M. Matsuo 1936 July 15
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      "Japan's Trade Expansion: Its Effects on American Interests," Ben Dorfman; "Economic Japan Today," Dr. Elizabeth Boody 1936 July 16
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      "Russia in Asia," Mrs. Kathleen Barnes; "Problems and Trends in Australia and New Zealand," Dr. Horace Belshaw 1936 July 17
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      "Commodity Control in the Pacific," W. L. Holland 1936 July 18
  • Round Table: "Government and Business"
    • Box 42
      "Government and the National Industrial Policy," Sullivan Jones; Address, J. G. Paine 1936 July 13
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      "Government in Transportation," Robert S. Henry; "Air Transportation," Wiley R. Wright 1936 July 14
  • Evening Addresses
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      "Faith as an Instrument of Liberation," Rev. John A. MacCallum, D.D. 1937 July 4
    • Box 42
      Opening Remarks (including letter, dated June 29, 1937, read by Dr. Maphis from President Franklin D. Roosevelt), Dr. Charles G. Maphis; Hon. R. Walton Moore (empty folder) 1937 July 5
    • Box 42
      "Religion's Contribution to the Abolition of War," Kirby Page; "Commercial Arbitration in the United States and Latin America," Herman G. Brock, Esq. 1937 July 6
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      "Present Aspects of World Peace," Hon. Sumner Welles; Address, Hon. Key Pittman (empty folder) 1937 July 7
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      "Business Can Safeguard World Peace," Hon. A. A. Berle, Jr.; Address, Edward Tomlinson, Esq. (empty folder) 1937 July 9
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      "The Maintenance of Peace Otherwise Than Through the League of Nations," Luigi Villari 1937 July 10
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      Vesper Services: "Religion and World Peace," Rabbi Eugene Kohn; "Outline of Remarks," Rev. M. Ashby Jones; and, "Religious Ideals for World Peace," Rev. Edward L. Stephens, D.D. 1937 July 11
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      "Law Versus Chaos," Senator Elbert D. Thomas; "British Policy at Geneva," Sir Herbert Brown Ames, Kt.,LL.D. 1937 July 12
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      "Does German Rearmament Necessarily Mean War?," Sir Herbert Brown Ames, Kt., LL.D.; "Is the Healthy Competitive Spirit of the German People an International Felony?," Dr. Helgo W. Culemann 1937 July 13
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      "Avoiding War in the Pacific by Attending to our own Business," Major General Smedley D. Butler 1937 July 14
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      "American Cultural and Philanthropic Enterprises in the Far East," Roger S. Greene, Esq. 1937 July 16
  • Town Hall Debates
    • Box 42
      "Should There Be Federal Control of Wages and Hours?," James A. Emery and Hon. Hugo L. Black; "America's Town Meeting of the Air," National Broadcast Company 1937 July 15
    • Box 42
      "Can America Remain Neutral?," Dr. Clark M. Eichelberger and Jerry H. Voorhis, Esq.; "America's Town Meeting of the Air," [transcript of radio broadcast] 1937 July 8
  • Morning Addresses
    • Box 42
      "The Development of Modern Imperialism," Dr. Wolfgang Hallgarten 1937 July 6
    • Box 42
      "Mass Action and Its Effect on . . . World Peace," Miss Jeannette Rankin 1937 July 8
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      "The Second Partition of Palestine," Rabbi Maurice J. Bloom; "Sincerity the Only Path to Peace," J. Kenneth Bradley, Esq.; "World Peace Will Never be Disturbed by a Nation Whose People Are Correctly Informed as to the Rights of Other Nations ," Frank Wickhem 1937 July 10
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      "International Relations from a Woman's Viewpoint," Dr. Anna Lane Linglebach 1937 July 12
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      "National Defense Through Patriotic Education," Mrs. Vinton Earl Sisson 1937 July 14
  • Round Table: "The Essential Conditions for International Security"
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      "Realization of the Major Aims of Rotary International," Rev. Paul D. Browden, D.D.; "The Relation of Currency Stabilization to International Security," Dr. William Wilson Cumberland 1937 July 5
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      "The Common Sense of Most," Henry G. Ellis; "The Crucial Spot in International Relations," Dr. Frank Kingdon 1937 July 6
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      "Obstacles to Peace," Charles W. Phillips, Esq.; "Obstacles to World Peace," Frederick R. Coudert 1937 July 7
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      "The International Peace Campaign and Collective Security," William E. Dodd, Jr.; Summary of Address by Miss Helen Kirkpatrick 1937 July 8
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      "The Individual, His Privileges, and His Responsibilities," William O. Tufts, Esq.; "Do the Peoples Desire War?," Spencer Brodney, Esq. 1937 July 9
    • Box 42
      "Miscellaneous," transcript of discussion conducted by Dr. Robert McElroy 1937 July 1
  • Round Table: "World Peace Through the Churches"
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      "Can the Church Contribute to the Establishment of a Cooperative and Warless World?," Rev. John A. MacCallum 1937 July 5
    • Box 42
      "The Church in Action for World Peace," Harry N. Holmes, Esq. 1937 July 7
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      "The Moral and Legal Bases of International Peace," Dr. Charles G. Fenwick 1937 July 9
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      "The Historic Peace Mission of the Church," Rabbi William H. Fineshriber, D.D. 1937 July 10
  • Round Table: "Inter American Relations"
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      "Three Views of Collective Security," Dr. Arthur Deerin Call 1937 July 5
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      "The Influence of the American Institute of International Law Upon Inter American Relations," His Excellency, Senor Dr. Pedro Martínez Fraga 1937 July 6
    • Box 43
      "Pan Americanism and World Peace," His Excellency, Senor Dr. Francisco Castillo Nájera 1937 July 7
    • Box 43
      Address, Dr. Raul d'Eca (empty folder) 1937 July 8
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      "Advancement of Peace Through Education," His Excellency, Senor Dr. Héctor David Castro 1937 July 9
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      "The Rights of Women in Inter American Relations," Miss Doris Stevens 1937 July 10
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      Miscellaneous; Excerpts from an Interview with Dr. George Howland Cox 1937 July
  • Round Table: "Collective Security as a National Problem"
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      "National Insecurity: A Menace to World Peace," Dr. Samuel McCune Lindsay 1937 July 12
    • Box 43
      "The Social Security Act: Its Accomplishments," Frank Bane, Esq. 1937 July 13
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      "Social Change and Government Responsibility for Social Welfare," Miss Jane Hoey 1937 July 14
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      "Government Responsibility Toward the Insecurity of Unemployment," R. Gordon Wagenet, Esq. 1937 July 15
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      "Government Responsibility for Industrial Obsolescence and Old Age Dependency," Dr. John J. Corson 1937 July 16
    • Box 43
      "The Future of Social Security in America," Dr. Arthur J. Altmeyer; Summary 1937 July 17
  • Round Table: "Storm Centers in the Far East"
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      "The United States and the Philippine Commonwealth," Dr. Joseph Ralston Hayden 1937 July 12
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      "Recent Phases in Indo British Relations," Dr. S. L. Joski 1937 July 13
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      "China in 1937: Some Observations," Dr. Zhi Meng (Chih Meng) 1937 July 14
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      "The Perennial Crises of Japan," T. Scott Miyakawa 1937 July 15
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      "Contacts Between East and West," Grover Clark, Esq. 1937 July 16
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      "American Policy in the Far East," Roger S. Greene, Esq. 1937 July 17
  • Round Table: "International Organization for Collective Security"
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      "Excerpts from an Interview with Barnett Nover (Esq.)" 1937 July 12
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      "The League of Nations' Record on Political Disputes," Dr. Pitman B. Potter; "The Non Political Activities of the League of Nations," Walter H. C. Laves, Esq. 1937 July 13
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      Sir Herbert Brown Ames (empty folder) 1937 July 14
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      Dr. Clark M. Eichelberger (empty folder); "Colonies and Raw Materials," Grover Clark, Esq. 1937 July 15
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      "The International Labor Organization," Spencer Miller, Jr., LL.D. (Esq.); "A Constructive Tariff Policy," Dr. Leland Rex Robinson; "Cooperation vs. Isolation," Senator James P. Pope 1937 July 16
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      "The United States and the League of Nations," Dr. Denna Frank Fleming 1937 July 17
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      Miscellaneous, "Part IV: The Little Entente," Sir Herbert Brown Ames 1937 July
  • Round Table: "Inter American Aspects of Economic Stability and Social Security"
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      "The New York World's Fair as an Instrument of Social Change," Mr. E. F. Roosevelt 1938 July 5
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      "Our Trade with Latin America," Dr. Alexander V. Dye 1938 July 7
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      "The Mexican People and the Oil Companies," Dr. Alejandro Carrillo; "Various Aspects of the Mexican Oil Confiscation," Major T. R. Armstrong 1938 July 8
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      "Trade Development in Brazil," Senor Silvino da Silva 1938 July 9
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      "Social Security in South America," Mr. William A. Reid 1938 July 13
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      "Brazil and Pan American Social Security," Senorita Maria Pinheiro Guimaraes 1938 July 16
  • Round Table: "International Good Will Through Economic Stability"
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      "Training the World Citizen," Mr. E. F. Phillips; "A European Danger Zone," Dr. Charles Pergler 1938 July 4
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      "Blind Bridles," Mr. S. Wade Marr; "British Foreign Policy," Mr. John W. Wheeler Bennett 1938 July 5
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      "International Stability and Institutional Status," Dr. Frank Kingdon; "Anarchy and International Good Will," Dr. Ernst W. Meyer 1938 July 6
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      "The Instability of a System Under Protection," Dr. Giuseppe Ugo Papi; "Does International Finance Promote War or Peace?," Dr. William Wilson Cumberland 1938 July 7
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      "Blocking New Wars," Dr Herbert S. Houston 1938 July 8
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      "The Economic Aspects of Colonial Policy," Commendatore Luigi Villari; Summary 1938 July 9
  • Round Table: "The Administration of the Social Security Program"
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      "How the Federal Government Functions in a Federal State System of Unemployment Compensation," Dr. George E. Bigge 1938 July 11
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      Statement, Elmer F. Andrews; How the State Program Works," Major Frank P. Evans 1938 July 12
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      "New Federal State Relationships," Mr. Frederic P. Lee 1938 July 13
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      "The Cost of Administration of Unemployment Compensation," Dr. Herman Feldman 1938 July 14
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      "The Extension of Coverage of Unemployment Compensation," Dr. Walter Gellhorn; "Health Hazards," Dr. Ewan Clague 1938 July 15
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      "Constructive Proposals for Administrative Revision of Unemployment Compensation," Dr. Bryce M. Stewart; Summary 1938 July 16
  • Round Table: "The Church Faces an Insecure World"
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      "Oxford and Edinburgh: From the Point of View of Youth," Rev. Clark V. Poling 1938 July 11
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      "What Should Be the Interest of the Church in an Insecure World?" Father Edward H. Stephens; "The Church Faces an Insecure World," Rabbi William Greenberg; "The Interest of the Church in an Insecure World," The Rev. Holmes Rolston, Th.D. 1938 July 12
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      "Relation of the Church to the State--Nationally and Internationally," The Rev. Henry Smith Leiper, D.D. 1938 July 13
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      "The Contribution of the Church to Education," Bishop William W. Peele, D.D. 1938 July 14
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      "Oxford Edinburgh: Moving Toward Unity," The Rev. Anson Phelps Stokes, D.D.; Summary 1938 July 16
  • Round Table: "The Future of American Democracy"
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      "State and Local Government," Mr. Edgar F. Shannon, Jr.; "Relationship of Government to Agriculture," Mr. J. W. Green; "The Relation of Government to Business," Mr. George Shaskan, Jr.; "The Relation of Government to Agriculture," Mr. Edward M. Vinson; "State and Local Government," Mr. John T. Hermansen 1938 July 11
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      "Relation of Government to Business," Mr. Charles F. Kiefer, Jr.; "The Future Peace of Democracy," Mr. Samuel K. C. Kopper 1938 July 12
  • Round Table: "The Challenge of the Far East to World Security"
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      "The Far East: Some Historical Backgrounds," Dr. Paul Clyde 1938 July 11
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      "How Strong Is Japan?," Dr. Elizabeth Boody Shumpeter 1938 July 12
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      "What China Wants," Dr. Ch'ao ting Chi 1938 July 13
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      "The Soviet Union and the Far East," Mr. Constantine Oumansky 1938 July 14
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      "Economic and Social Conditions in Manchuria," Mr. Taneo Taketa 1938 July 15
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      "British Economic Interests in the Far East," Mr. Herbert P. Elliston; "Japan in China as Viewed by a Japanese Subject," Mr. Taneo Taketa 1938 July 15
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      "The Far East Challenges America," Dr. Edward R. Hume; Closing Remarks: Mr. Grover Clark 1938 July 16
  • Morning Addresses
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      "Aims of the Republican Party," John Hamilton; "Democratic Objectives," Hon. Claude Pepper 1938 July 4
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      "Equalizing Opportunity," Dr. Belle Boone Beard; "The Philippine Question," Mr. Vicente Villamin 1938 July 5
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      "Recent Economic Trends," Hon. Clifton A. Woodrum; "The Place of the American Railroads in Our Economic Structure," Mr. R. V. Fletcher 1938 July 6
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      "The Economic Situation in India," Dr. S. L. Joshi 1938 Ju1 7
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      "Small Business Lifts Its Eyes," Mr. Alfred C. Gaunt 1938 July 8
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      "Colonies as a Trust [abstract]," Mr. William Arnold Forster; "Electricity in Economic Picture," Mr. C. W. Kellogg 1938 July 9
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      "Inter Relationship Between Rural and Urban Women," Mrs. Arlie L. Hopkins; "International Cooperation on Agricultural Problems," Mr. Charles J. Brand; "Relationship of Better Nutrition to Economic Stability and World Peace," Dr. Frank G. Boudreau 1938 July 12
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      "Youth Builds a New World," Miss Betty Shields Collins 1938 July 14
  • Evening Addresses
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      "Unless the Lord Build the House," Rabbi Morris S. Lazaron 1938 July 3
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      Freedom of Press and Freedom of Speech," Mr. Franklyn Waltman; "Freedom of Speech," Mr. Charles Michelson 1938 July 4
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      "International Frictions Which Affect Inter American Relations," Mr. James S. Carson; "Why America Needs Saving First," Mr. Jerome N. Frank 1938 July 5
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      "Our National Heritage [summary]," Mrs. William A. Becker; "Economic Stability and Government Investment," Hon. James A. Farley 1938 July 6
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      "The Obligation of Social Security," Mr. James H. R. Cromwell; "The Problem of Surpluses and the American Trade Agreements Program," Hon. Francis B. Sayre 1938 July 7
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      "Can Capitalism Survive?," Dr. Ruth Alexander; "Exploitation and Economic Development in Latin America," Mr. Joseph C. Rovensky 1938 July 8
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      "For What Should National Power Be Used?," Mr. William Arnold Forster; "The International Dilemma," Hon. William E. Dodd 1938 July 9
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      Vesper Service, "Oxford and Edinburgh--The New Spirit in the Christian Church," The Rev. Ivan Holt, D.D. 1938 July 10
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      "Foreign Affairs," Miss Martha Trippe; "The Challenge to My Generation," Mr. Robert Bolling Lambeth; "Educating for Statesmanship," Mr. Alexander Heard 1938 July 11
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      "The Inter-dependence of Farm and Industry," Mr. W. J. Cameron; "Introduction of Father Ross," Mr. Frank P. Graham; "Are We Facing Anti-Semitism in the United States?," Father J. Eliot Ross 1938 July 12
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      "American Short-Wave Broadcasting," Mr. William V. B. Van Dyck; "The Fundamental Causes of Instability and Insecurity in the World at Large," Dr. Maurice Parmelee 1938 July 13
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      "The Role of Government in Labor Problems," L. Metcalfe Walling; "The Economic and Political Activities of the Committee for Industrial Organization," Mr. Lee Pressman 1938 July 14
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      "New Deal or Old Deal?," Hon. David J. Lewis; "The Republican Viewpoint," Hon. Dewey Short; "The National Progressive Party," Mr. Ralph Immell 1938 July 15
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      "Representative Government vs. Dictatorship," Harold L. Ickes 1938 July 17
  • Special Conferences
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      Small Businessmen's Conference Address, Mr. Tyre Taylor 1938 July 8
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      "State Library Needs in Adult Education," Hon. Wilmer L. Hall 1938 July 14
  • [Special Conferences, Section: National Affairs]
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      "New Problems in National Affairs," Mr. Ernest K. Lindley 1939 July 3
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      "Democracy and National Defense," Hon. Louis Johnson; "The Contrast Between the Totalitarians and the Democracies," Brig. Gen. Hugh S. Johnson 1939 Ju1 4
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      "Aviation in Our National Life," Mr. Robert H. Hinckley 1939 July 5
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      "The Future of Collective Bargaining," Mr. William M. Leiserson 1939 July 7
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      "Economic Reconstruction," William Jett Lauck 1939 July 10
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  • [Special Conferences, Section: National Defense]
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      "Naval Policy in Its Relation to National Policy," Commander Leland P. Lovette; "Our National Defense Problem," General George V. Strong 1939 July 4
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      "Military Armament Preparedness," Major General Charles M. Wesson 1939 July 6
  • Round Table: Foreign Affairs
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      "American Foreign Policy and the World Crisis," William T. Stone; "International Relations in the Far East," Dr. Kurt Bloch; "The Spanish War in Retrospect," Louis Fischer; "The Profits of Cultural Interchange," "Personality and Freedom in Our Times," Dr. Nika Tucci; "A New Approach to the Study of Foreign Affairs," Bruce C. Hopper 1939 July 3
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      "Canada in a Critical World Economy," V. F. Coe; "Raw Material and the New Balance of Power," Dr. Brooks Emeny 1939 July 4
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      "America and Germany--Contrasts or Conflicts?," Dr. Friedrich Auhagen; "What Does the Future Hold for the Danubian States?," Dr. Oscar Jaszi; "The Conflict of Generations in Contemporary Europe," Dr. Sigmund Neumann; "The United States and the Soviet Union in World Affairs," Earl Browder 1939 July 5
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      "Our Foreign Policy," Colonel Theodore Roosevelt, Jr.; "The United States and International Problems," Hon. Lewis B. Schwellenbach; "Plain Sanity or Vain Insanity in International Affairs," Samuel K. C. Kopper; "British Foreign Policy," John W. Wheeler Bennett 1939 July 6
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      "The Procurement of Naval Ordnance," Rear Admiral W. R. Furlong 1939 July 6
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      "Problems of American Trade Policy," Percy W. Bidwell; "The Future of the Philippines," Hon. Paul V. McNutt; "A Banker Looks at Europe," Walter Lichtenstein; "Germany's Drive to the East," F. Wilhelm Sollman 1939 July 7
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      "War and the Democracies," Hon. William R. Castle; "Forces for Democracy in Latin America," Dr. David Efron: "The Profits of Cultural Interchange," Mr. Charles A. Thompson 1939 July 8
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      " . . . The Good Neighbor Policy in Latin America," Graham Stuart 1939 July 8
  • Round Table: "National Affairs & The Position of the Individual in Rival Political Systems"
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      "A Constructive Proposal: A Federal Union Now of Democracies," Clarence K. Streit; "Successes and Failures of the League of Nations," Dr. Max Habicht; "The Anti Trust Laws and Economic Recovery," Wendell Berge; "Investment as a National Problem," Thomas G. Blaisdell, Jr.; "Youth and Our Economic Problem," Aubrey W. Williams 1939 July 10
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      "The . . . Individual Under Democratic and Totalitarian States," Maj. Gen. J. G. Harbord; "The Rise and Fall of the Popular Front," Leo Gershoy; "The Challenge of Adequate Medical Care from the Layman's Point of View," Thomas C. Boushall; "Medical Needs from the Standpoint of a Public Welfare Official," Fred H. Hoehler; "Consumer Producer Relationship," Mrs. Arlie L. Hopkins; "Medical Needs from the Standpoint of the Physician," Dr. Carrington Williams; "Rural Life in Its Relations to the Present Economic Questions," Thomas Lomax Hunter 1939 July 11
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      "Control of Propaganda in an Era of Changing Techniques," Bruce Bliven; "Propaganda as an Instrument of the New Diplomacy," Dr. Helen Dwight Reid; "Propaganda, the Press, and the Public," Oscar W. Riegel; "Expanding Purchasing Power in the South," Dr. Will Alexander; "Housing and the Anti Trust Laws," Corwin Edwards; "Public Housing," An Economic Asset," Nathan Straus 1939 July 12
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      "Why Men Want to Be Free," Dr. Frank Kingdon; "The Position of the Individual in Germany," Dr. Manfred Zapp; "Rendering Unto Caesar," Wade Marr 1939 July 13
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      "Education Here and Abroad," Dr. Oliver Cromwell Carmichael; "Changing Relations Between The State and the Individual and Their Effect on International Law," Dr. Lawrence Preuss; "Public and Private Offices as Public Trusts," Hon. T.V. Smith; "The New Federalism [abstract]," Hon. T.V. Smith; "The Promise of American Politics [excerpts]," Hon. T. V. Smith; "New Problems of Government," Hon. Robert A. Taft 1939 July 14
  • Round Table: "The Relation of Religion to Government"
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      "The Religious and Moral Responsibility of the Individual in a Democracy," Rev. Gerald P. O'Hara 1939 July 2
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      "The Responsibility of the Church in a Democracy," Rabbi William Braude; "Lighting the Fires of Freedom," Rev. Russell J. Clinchy, D.D.; "The Responsibility of the Church . . . ," Rev. John F. Cronin, S.S. 1939 July 9
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      "Christianity and Racism," Rev. Dr. Edmund A. Walsh, S.J. 1939 July 10
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      "Religion and Government," Dr. Worth M. Tippy 1939 July 12
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      "How Can Religion Defend Itself and Serve Democracy?," Rabbi Morris S. Lazaron; "Religion, The Indispensable Basis of Democracy," Monsignor John A. Ryan, D.D.; "Religion in a Democracy," Rev. A. W. Fortune, D. D. 1939 July 13
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      "Religion and Public Education," Rev. F. Ernest Johnson, D.D. 1939 July 14
  • Welcoming Remarks
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      "Welcome on Behalf of the University," John Lloyd Newcomb; "Address of Welcome," Hardy Cross Dillard 1939 July 3
  • Morning Addresses: "Problems in the Orient"
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      Discussion: "American Defense Problems," Ernest K. Lindley, Leader; "Strategic and Critical Raw Materials as a Factor in American Foreign Policy," Lt. Colonel Herman Beukema ; "The Geography of the Pacific . . . ," Rear Admiral Joseph Taussig ; "Oriental Problems," Vicente Villamin 1940 June 14
  • Morning Addresses: "Pan-American Problems"
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      Discussion: "Pan American Problems," Prof. Bruce C. Hopper, Leader; "The United States and Inter American Relations," Ben M. Cherrington; "European Colonies Bring War Problems to Western Hemisphere," Harry W. Frantz; "[The War and] . . . Latin America," John I. B. McCulloch 1940 June 15
  • Morning Addresses: "The War and the Allies"
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      Discussion: "The War and the Allies," Prof. Bruce C. Hopper, Leader; "The British Stakes in the War," Oliver Benson; "France and the Allies," Dr. Lindsay Rogers 1940 June 17
  • Morning Addresses: "The War and Germany"
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      "The War Under Hitler," John C. deWilde; "Nazi Germany: The New Sparta," Lothrop Stoddard 1940 June 18
  • Morning Addresses: "Russia, the Balkans, and the War"
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      Discussion: "Russia, the Balkans, and the War," Prof. Bruce C. Hopper, Leader; "Southeastern Europe in the Dragnet of Power Politics," Dr. Gabor de Bessenyey; "Disruptive and Constructive Forces in Southeast Europe," Dr. Emil Lengyel; "Imperialism, Brown and Red," Henry C. Wolfe 1940 June 19
  • Morning Addresses: "Roads to Recovery"
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      Discussion: "Roads to Recovery," Ernest K. Lindley, Leader; "Our Vast Unexplored Economic Frontier," Theodore J. Kreps; "Whither America," Mr. Thomas J. Wallner 1940 June 20
  • Morning Addresses: "Civil Liberties: Labor"
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      Discussion: "Civil Liberties Labor," Spencer Miller, Jr., Leader; "Federal Enforcement of Civil Liberties Statutes," Henry A. Schweinhaut; "Labor's Role in Industrial Democracy," Marion H. Hedges; "Must America Change Its Theory of Civil Liberties?," Dr. Donald Meiklejohn 1940 June 21
  • Morning Addresses: "The Future Role of the United States in World Affairs"
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      Discussion: "The Future Role of the U.S. in World Affairs," Austin Cunningham, Leader; "The Reactions of a Very Ordinary Brain...," Gilbert C. Halstead III; "America's Economic Role in the Future," Ms. Susie Ingals; "An Immediate Cause for America," Lt. Lawrence Legere 1940 June 22
  • Afternoon Addresses: "Defense Problems and the Orient"
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      "Today's Balance of Forces in the Far East," Frederick V. Field; "Economic Problems of the Orient," Dr. Esson M. Gale; "Inland Frontiers Between China, Russia, and Japan," Owen Lattimore 1940 June 14
  • Afternoon Addresses: "National Defense and Foreign Policy"
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      Discussion: "National Defense and Foreign Policy," Ernest K. Lindley, Leader (3 folders);"Naval Defense of the United States," Captain Charles M. Cooke, Jr.; "Defense and the War," Livingston Hartley 1940 June 15
  • Afternoon Addresses: "The War and American Foreign Policy"
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      "The Foreign Policy of the Roosevelt Administration," Dr. Helen Dwight Reid 1940 June 17
  • Afternoon Addresses: "The War: Spain and Italy"
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      Discussion: "Spain and Italy," Samuel K. C. Kopper, Leader; "The Iberian Peninsula . . . ," Jay Allen; "The Prisoner of the Mediterranean," Robert Gale Woolbert 1940 June 18
  • Afternoon Addresses: "The Economic and Political Reconstruction of Europe"
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      Discussion: "Economic and Political Reconstruction of Europe," Ernest K. Lindley, Leader; "The Economic Requirements of Lasting Peace in Europe," Peter F. Drucker 1940 June 19
  • Afternoon Addresses: "The Impact of the War on Our Domestic Economy"
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      Discussion: "The Impact of the War on Our Domestic Economy," John F. C. Glenn, Leader; "Mobilizing Civilian America," Percy W. Bidwell; "Gold as a Factor in Our National Policy," Dr. William A. Brown, Jr.; "Germany's Resources Behind the Blockade," Dr. Karl Brandt 1940 June 20
  • Afternoon Addresses: "Propaganda and the Molding of Public Opinion"
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      Discussion: "Propaganda and the Molding of Public Opinion," Ernest K. Lindley, Leader; "Fighting the Fifth Column in the Americas," Edward L. Bernays; "American Public Opinion and the War," Dr. S. Shepard Jones 1940 June 21
  • Afternoon Addresses: "The Next Peace and its Implications for the Future"
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      Discussion: "The Next Peace and Its Implications for the Future," Prof. Bruce C. Hopper, Leader; "The United States of Europe: A Utopian Dream?," Count Ferdinand Czernin; "What Are the Issues and Implications of This War?," Louis Fischer 1940 June 22
  • Evening Addresses
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      "Welcome on Behalf of the Institute," Hardy C. Dillard; "The Undeveloped Strength of American Democracy," Hon. Robert H. Jackson; "Welcome on Behalf of the University," Dr. John Lloyd Newcomb; [Speech on German militarism and the offensive against France] General Sherman Miles 1940 June 14
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      "Protecting the Consumer Against War Inflation," Hon. Thurman Arnold; "Labor Laws and National Emergency," William L. Ransom 1940 June 15
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      Vespers: "The International Crisis and Human Relations from the Catholic Point of View," Rev. Dr. Joseph B. Code; "Our Duty to the Future," Rabbi Norman Gerstenfeld; "Being Fit for Freedom," Rev. T. Guthrie Speers 1940 June 16
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      "The War, the Far East, and the United States," Dr. Brooks Emeny; "The Failure of Democracy in Foreign Affairs," Dr. Carl J. Friedrich; "The Future of Britain," John W. Wheeler Bennett 1940 June 17
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      "Europe's War and the United States," Dr. Harry Elmer Barnes; "American Unity," Dr. Frank Kingdon 1940 June 18
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      "Future Prospects of Democracy . . . ," R. H. Markham; "The War Increases Farm Surpluses," "The Future Prospects of Democracy, Here and Abroad: Can We Use Our Cotton at Home?" Milo Perkins; "The Impact of the War on the Economy of the United States;" Dr. Ernest Minor Patterson 1940 June 19
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      "Why Germany's Recovery Misled the British," Henry J. Taylor 1940 June 20
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      "American Opinion and the War," Dr. Max Lerner; "Communications in a Changing World," David Sarnoff; "Molding Public Opinion in Wartime," Dr. Horace C. Peterson 1940 June 21
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      "The Future of Politics," Herbert Agar; "The Deeper Implications of the Crisis," Hon. A. A. Berle, Jr. 1940 June 22
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      "The Quest for Authority," Rabbi Morris S. Lazaron 1940 June 23
  • Morning Addresses: "The Obligations of the United States as a World Power"
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      Panel Discussion: "The Obligations of the U. S. as a World Power (I)," Brooks Emeny, Leader; "The World Revolution Comes to America," Quincy Howe; "The Defense of America--The Real Alternatives . . . ," William Yandell Elliott; "The Obligations of the United States as a World Power," Howard Pierce Davis; "An American Peace Offensive," Hon. John M. Vorys; "America's Interest in Sea Power," Maj. George Fielding Eliot 1941 June 24
  • Morning Addresses: "Continental Trends: Scandinavia and the Mediterranean"
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      Panel Discussion: "Scandinavia and the Mediterranean," Brooks Emeny, Leader; "Scandinavia Today and Tomorrow," Edvard Hambro; "The Present International Conflict in the Mediterranean Basin . . . ," Fernando de los Rios 1941 June 25
  • Morning Addresses: "Trends Within Great Britain"
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      "Trends Within Great Britain," Panel Discussion, Brooks Emeny, Leader; "Economic Trends in England," England at War," Geoffrey Crowther 1941 June 26
  • Morning Addresses: "Trends Within the United States: Financing the Future"
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      Panel Discussion: "Trends Within the U. S.: Financing the Future"; "National Fiscal Policy and the Two Super Budgets," Beardsley Ruml; "Financing the Peace," George H. Soule; "Earthbound," Rexford Tugwell (empty) 1941 June 27
  • Morning Addresses: "Trends Within the United States: Physical Foundations of the Future"
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      "Trends Within the U. S.," Physical Foundations of the Future," Panel Discussion, Rexford Guy Tugwell, Leader;" Soil and Tools--A Matter of Time," Russell Lord; "Influence of Planning on the Physical Foundations of the Future," Mr. Hugh R. Pomeroy 1941 June 28
  • Morning Addresses: "Pan-American Problems: Cultural and Economic"
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      "Pan American Problems--Cultural and Economic," Panel Discussion, Rexford Guy Tugwell, Leader; "The Future of Pan Americanism," Enrique S. de Lozada; "Democracy in Inter American Cultural Relations," Arthur P. Whitaker 1941 June 30
  • Morning Addresses: "North American Problems"
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      "North American Problems", Panel Discussion, Rexford Guy Tugwell, Leader; "Some Aspects of the Caribbean Problem," Charles William Taussig; "Democracy in Inter American Cultural Relations," Arthur P. Whitaker 1941 July 1
  • Morning Addresses: "Problems in the Orient: The South Pacific and the Dutch East Indies"
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      Panel Discussion: "Problems in the Orient . . . [II]," Brooks Emeny, Leader; "Australia and the Pacific," C. Hartley Grattan; " . . . Problems and Policies of the Netherlands Indies," Dr. N. A. C. Slotemaker de Bruine 1941 July 2
  • Morning Addresses: "Morale and Sabotage in the Occupied Territories"
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      Symposium: "Morale and Sabotage in the Occupied Territories," Brooks Emeny, Leader; "Morale and Sabotage in the Occupied Territories," Dr. Jan Papanek; "Morale and Sabotage in Occupied Norway," Bjarne Braatoy; "Poland's Struggle and Morale in Her Occupied Territories," Count Roman Michalowski 1941 July 3
  • Morning Addresses: "Post-War Problems"
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      Panel Discussion: "Post War Problems," Ernest K. Lindley, Leader; "The Anglo American Nucleus of World Order," H. Duncan Hall; "The Danubian Solution," Archduke Felix of Austria 1941 July 4
  • Afternoon Addresses: "The Obligations of the United States as a World Power"
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      Panel Discussion: "The Obligations of the U. S. as a World Power (II)," Ernest K. Lindley, Leader; "Pax Britamericana--Or None," John MacCormac; "America's Part in the War," Louis Fischer 1941 June 24
  • Afternoon Addresses: "Continental Trends: Russia and Turkey"
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      Panel Discussion: "Continental Trends-Russia and Turkey;" "The Soviet Union and the War," Michael T. Florinsky; "The Near East Re-Enters History," Dr. Emil Lengyel 1941 June 25
  • Afternoon Addresses: "Trends Within the United States: Economic and Political Problems"
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      Panel Discussion: "Trends Within the U. S.: Economic and Political Problems," Ernest K. Lindley, Leader; "The New Economic Frontiers in America," Robert L. Lund; "Political Trends Within the United States," Hon. Thomas H. Eliot 1941 June 26
  • Afternoon Addresses: "Trends Within the United States: Labor"
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      Panel Discussion: "Trends Within the U.S. Labor (I)," Ernest K. Lindley, Leader; "Public Policy and Labor's Present Role in Industry," Morris L. Cooke; "Labor's Policy in the Defense Program," Matthew Woll ; "Labor's Role in Industry," J. Ernest Andrew; "How Management Regards Labor," Alvin E. Dodd 1941 June 27
  • Afternoon Addresses: "Trends Within the United States: Labor"
    • Box 50
      Panel Discussion: "Trends Within the U. S. Labor (II)," Spencer Miller, Jr., Leader; "Labor's Fundamental Right to Organization," Frank Fenton; "The Fundamental Significance of Our . . . Labor Movement," William Jett Lauck; "The Right to Work," Earl Harding (empty) 1941 June 28
  • Afternoon Addresses: "Pan-American Problems: Economic and Strategic"
    • Box 50
      Panel Discussion: "Pan American Problems: Economic and Strategic," Colonel Herman Beukema, Leader; "Economic Policy in Latin America--The Prerequisite," John W. Evans; "The Conception of Economic Defense . . . ," John F. Normano 1941 June 30
  • Afternoon Addresses: "Problems in the Orient: Japan, China, and Russia"
    • Box 50
      Panel Discussion: "Problems in the Orient . . . [I]," Dr. Zing Yang Kuo, Leader; "The China of the Kuomintang," Paul M. A. Linebarger; "The Far East in World Politics," Freda Utley 1941 July 1
  • Afternoon Addresses: "Psychological Aspects of the Defense Program"
    • Box 50
      "Psychological Aspects of the Defense Program," Panel Discussion; "Personality Patterns and Placement in National Defense," Dr. Harry Stack Sullivan; "Civilian Morale in Time of War . . . ," Dr. Karl Menninger 1941 July 3
  • Afternoon Addresses: "The United States and Post-War Problems"
    • Box 50
      Student Symposium: "The U.S. and Post War Problems"; "Planning Peace Aims Now," Sara J. Brand; "The Background of Our Youth," Alan P. Grimes; "Our War on Two Fronts," Lt. L. H. Watson 1941 July 4
  • Evening Addresses
    • Box 50
      Vespers: "Religion in a World at War," Rabbi Morris S. Lazaron 1941 June 22
    • Box 50
      Panel Discussion: "Military and Naval Aspects of American Defense," Hardy Cross Dillard, Leader; "Welcome on Behalf of the Institute," Hardy Cross Dillard; "Welcome on Behalf of the University," Dr. John Lloyd Newcomb; "Welcome on Behalf of the Commonwealth," James H. Price (empty) 1941 June 23
    • Box 50
      "The World or the Western Hemisphere," Edgar Ansel Mowrer 1941 June 24
    • Box 50
      "Germany Today," William L. Shirer; "Policy of Vicarious Belligerence," Max Eastman 1941 June 25
    • Box 50
      "Raw Materials in Relation to Production for Defense," William L. Batt; "The Need for New Statesmanship," John Ciechanowski 1941 June 26
    • Box 50
      "Shadows of State Socialism," Malcolm Muir 1941 June 27
    • Box 50
      "Britain and the Future," John W. Wheeler Bennett 1941 June 28
    • Box 50
      "The Spiritual Basis of Democracy," Rev. F. W. Burnham; "American Democracy in the Church," Dr. Julian B. Fielbelman; "The Role of the Church in a World at War," Rev. John Tracy Ellis; "The Future of Europe and America," Count R. N. Coudenhove Kalergi 1941 June 29
    • Box 50
      "The Role of the Foreign Correspondent in the Shaping of American Foreign Policy," Carroll Binder 1941 June 30
    • Box 50
      "The Nazi-Bolshevik War and American Foreign Policy," Bruce Hopper; "Why Japan Will Fail," James R. Young 1941 July 1
    • Box 50
      "Australia's Place in the World," Hon. Richard G. Casey; "A Curious Aspect of the Kellogg Briand Pact," Hon. John A. Danaher 1941 July 2
    • Box 50
      "National Morale," Dr. C. Macfie Campbell; "The Strategy of Terror," Edmond Taylor 1941 July 3
  • Morning Addresses: "America Converts to a War Economy"
    • Box 51
      Panel Discussion: "America Converts to a War Economy," Duncan Clark Hyde, Leader; "Full Mobilization for War," Robert Nathan; "The People's War, the People's Peace," Sir Clive Baillieu; "Government and the Businessman in a War Economy," Leo M. Cherne 1942 July 6
  • Morning Addresses: "Science, Technology, and Modern War"
    • Box 51
      Panel Discussion: "Science, Technology, and Modern War," Charles K. Davenport, Leader; "Science Fights the War," Watson Davis; ". . . World Conditions [and] the Development of Physical Science," Dr. William F. G. Swann 1942 July 7
  • Morning Addresses: "Financing Total War"
    • Box 51
      Panel Discussion: "Financing Total War," Rep. Thomas Eliot, Leader; "The ABC's of War Finance," Thomas C. Blaisdell, Jr.; "The Economic Consequences of War Finance," Richard M. Bissell, Jr. 1942 July 8
  • Morning Addresses: "Inter-American Relations in War-Time"
    • Box 51
      Panel Discussion: "Inter American Relations in War-time," A. Curtis Wilgus, Leader; "Is Imperialism Dead in Latin America?," Samuel Flagg Bemis; "The Lasting Bases for Inter American Solidarity," Walter H. C. Laves; "Post War Planning--Why and How," Walter D. Head 1942 July 9
  • Morning Addresses: "After the War: What Kind of an America?"
    • Box 51
      Panel Discussion: "After the War: What Kind of an America?," Hugh R. Pomeroy, Leader; "Goals for America," Stuart Chase; "Prospects of Post War Prosperity," William Wilson Cumberland 1942 July 10
  • Morning Addresses: "The Organization of Power in the Post-War World"
    • Box 51
      Panel Discussion: "The Organization of Power in the Post War World," Brooks Emeny, Leader; "Design for a People's Peace," Frederick L. Schuman; "Conflicting Trends in Post War Planning," Percy E. Corbett 1942 July 11
  • Afternoon Addresses: "The Geographical Pattern of the War"
    • Box 51
      Panel Discussion: "The Geographical Pattern of the War," Brooks Emeny, Leader; "Military Applications of German Geopolitics," H. W. Weigert ; "The War in the Far East . . . ," Lt. William M. McGovern 1942 July 6
  • Afternoon Addresses: "Science, Technology, and Modern War"
    • Box 51
      Panel Discussion: "Mobilization of Human Resources for the War Effort ;" "Manpower Problems and the War Effort," Brig. Gen. Frank McSherry; "Migration and the War Production Program," Robert K. Lamb 1942 July 7
  • Afternoon Addresses: "The Emerging Pattern of Modern War"
    • Box 51
      Panel Discussion: "The Emerging Pattern of Modern War," Colonel R. Ernest Dupuy, Leader; "The Tactics of Modern War," Lt. Colonel Paul W. Thompson; "Air Power Comes of Age," Maj. Nathaniel F. Silsbee 1942 July 8
  • Afternoon Addresses: "Strategies of Political and Moral Warfare"
    • Box 51
      Panel Discussion: "Strategies of Political and Moral Warfare," Brooks Emeny, Leader; "News as a Weapon," Matthew Gordon; "The Communications Front," Harold D. Lasswell; "The New Strategy," Brig. G. K. Bourne 1942 July 9
  • Afternoon Addresses: "The Bases of the Future World Order"
    • Box 51
      Panel Discussion: "The Bases of the Future World Order," Brooks Emeny, Leader; "After Victory--What?," Mrs. Vera Micheles Dean; "Government by Force or Government by Law," Stringfellow Barr 1942 July 10
  • Afternoon Addresses: "After the War: What Kind of a World Economy?"
    • Box 51
      Panel Discussion: "After the War--What Kind of a World Economy?," Theodore Kreps, Leader; "Labor and the New World Economy," Lewis L. Lorwin; "Agenda for Future World Trade," Arthur Upgren 1942 July 11
  • Evening Addresses
    • Box 52
      "Map of the Future," Father John F. Cronin; "Religion for Such a Time as This," Rabbi Abraham Shusterman; "Religion Always on Trial," Rev. Beverly M. Boyd (empty) 1942 July 5
    • Box 52
      "An Invitation to Public Thinking in War-time," Oron J. Hale; "Welcome on Behalf of the University," Dr. John Lloyd Newcomb; "Building in War for Peace," Hon. Dean G. Acheson 1942 July 6
    • Box 52
      "Control of Strategic Materials in War and Peace," William Gandell Elliott; "The Far East: A Glance into the Future," Hon. Elbert D. Thomas 1942 July 7
    • Box 52
      "America's Place in the Geography of War and Peace," Nicholas J. Spykman; "The Civilian Front in Wartime," Jonathan Daniels 1942 July 8
    • Box 52
      "The Evolution of Pan Americanism," Dr. Don Luis Quintanilla 1942 July 9
    • Box 52
      "Wartime Relations with Britain," Hon. Paul H. Appleby; "Inside Germany," Louis Lochner 1942 July 10
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      "Congress and the War Effort," Hon. Alben W. Barkley; "New Zealand and the War in the Pacific," Hon. Walter Nash 1942 July 11
  • Special Session: VA Council Administrative Women in Education (In conjunction w/ the Institute of Public Affairs)
    • Box 52
      "Some Phases of the Program in Cultural Relations," [Anora Marins] 1942 July 9
    • Box 53
      "Towards a Governed World Community," Stringfellow Barr 1950 July 11
  • Morning Addresses: "The Outlook for the Free World in Asia"
    • Box 53
      "Outlook for the Free World in Asia--India," Margaret Parton; "The Outlook for the Free World--Japan," Paul H. Clyde; "Outlook for the Free World in Asia: The Korean Viewpoint," Hon. Pyo Wook Han 1953 July 6
  • Morning Addresses: "The Integration of Europe"
    • Box 53
      "Britain and European Integration," I. F. Porter; "Integration of Europe," Geoffrey W. Lewis; "American Leadership and the Integration of Europe," Georges Henri Martin; "Congress Looks at the Integration of Europe," Carl Marcy 1953 July 7
  • Morning Addresses: "The United States in World Opinion"
    • Box 53
      "Foreign Economic Policy for the United States," Kenneth H. Campbell, Mrs. John G. Lee; "International Trade Issues," F. G. Singer 1953 July 8
  • Morning Addresses: "World Problems: Population, Resources, and Technology"
    • Box 53
      Marquis Childs, Moderator; "The Soviet Image of the United States," M. J. Ruggles 1953 July 9
  • Morning Addresses: "Community Organizations and Public Policies"
    • Box 53
      William Vogt; "Potential Plenty for the World's Future," Watson Davis; "World Problems--Population, Resources, and Technology," Norman G. Luker 1953 July 10
  • Afternoon Addresses: "The Outlook in the Near and Middle East"
    • Box 53
      "The Outlook in the Near and Middle East," William Reitzel, Edwin M. Wright; [Address by William G. Hetherington] 1953 July 6
  • Afternoon Addresses: "Free World and Soviet World: Is Co-existence Possible?"
    • Box 53
      "Free World and Soviet World," Is Co-existence Possible?," Stefan T. Possony; "The Soviet Concept of 'Co-existence'," John M. Maury, Jr.; "Plan V and Soviet Intentions," Demitri B. Shimkin 1953 July 7
  • Afternoon Addresses: "The Economic Outlook in the United States"
    • Box 53
      "Economic Outlook in the United States," J. A. Livingston; "Economic Outlook in the United States--Midyear 1953," J. Dewey Daane; "Labor's View of the Economic Outlook in the United States," Boris Shishkin 1953 July 8
  • Afternoon Addresses: "A Program for Truth About the United States"
    • Box 53
      "United States and World Opinion," Harry J. Krould 1953 July 9
  • Afternoon Addresses: "National Security and Individual Freedom"
    • Box 53
      "National Security and Individual Freedom," Alan Barth, Leonard J. Ganse, Donald R. Richberg 1953 July 10
  • Evening Addresses
    • Box 53
      "God in the City of Man," Rev. Thomas A. Carlin, O. S. F. S. 1953 July 5
    • Box 53
      "American Responsibilities in the Free World," Senator A. Willis Robertson; "Britain's Responsibility in the Free World," Sir Roger Makins 1953 July 6
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      "Latin American Background and Outlook," Dr. Alberto Lleras; "[Outlook for a Free Asia]," Walter H. Judd 1953 July 7
    • Box 53
      "Technology and National Research Policy," M. A. Tuve; "United States Information Service--Its Meaning to the United States Taxpayer," Coulter D. Huyler, Jr. 1953 July 9
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      Address by Hon. Alexander Wiley (R., Wis), Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee; "The Responsibility of the Press for Leadership in a Democracy," Hamilton Owens 1953 July 10
Series III: Correspondance and Miscellaneous Records
Boxes: 54-145
  • Box 54
    Budget [1927-1930]
  • Box 54
    Gasoline Tax [1927]
  • Box 54
    Founding of Institute 1927
  • Box 54
    Institute--Miscellaneous 1927-1951
  • Box 54
    Miscellaneous "A--D" 1927
    3 folders
  • Box 54
    Photographs of Speakers 1927
  • Box 54
    Printed Materials 1927-1953
  • Box 54
    Prohibition--Correspondence 1927
  • Box 54
    Reports 1927-1942
    2 folders
  • Box 54
    Reports--Copies 1927-1942
  • Box 55
    Round Table Discussions--Growth of Taxation and Expenditures 1927
  • Box 55
    Statistics--Former Sessions 1927-1942
  • Box 55
    Biographies of Speakers 1928
  • Box 55
    W. Jefferson Davis 1928
  • Box 55
    Delegates 1928
  • Box 55
    Form Letters, Reports, Cards 1928-1941
  • Box 56
    Dr. Henry S. Haskell--Carnegie Endowment for International Peace [1928]
  • Box 56
    Dr. A. R. Hatton [1928]
  • Box 56
    Dr. John H. Latané 1928
  • Box 56
    Letters Regarding Manuscripts 1928
  • Box 56
    Miscellaneous"A--N" 1928
    14 folders
  • Box 57
    Miscellaneous "P-W" 1928
    6 folders
  • Box 57
    Speakers--Accepted 1928
  • Box 57
    Speakers--Asked 1928
  • Box 57
    Photographs 1928
  • Box 57
    Published Material 1928
  • Box 57
    Report and Budget [1928-1929]
    2 folders
  • Box 58
    Announcements 1929
  • Box 58
    Biographical Sketches 1929
  • Box 58
    Carnegie Endowment for International Peace 1929
  • Box 58
    Comments on Sessions 1929
  • Box 58
    Contributions 1929
  • Box 58
    Copies of Biographical Sketches 1929
  • Box 58
    Delegates 1929
  • Box 58
    Delegate List-checked letters (Maphis) 1929
  • Box 58
    Delegate List-checked letters (Gov) 1929
  • Box 58
    Endowment Campaign 1929
  • Box 58
    Inter-American Institute-University of Mexico 1929
  • Box 59
    Miscellaneous "A-Z" 1929
    12 folders
  • Box 59
    Dr. Raymond Moley 1929
  • Box 59
    Dr. Thomas H. Reed [1929]
  • Box 59
    Report and Budget [1929]
  • Box 59
    Report of the Round Table on the "Task of the Country Church" [1929]
  • Box 59
    Hon. C. Bascom Slemp [1929-1930]
  • Box 59
    Speakers--Asked 1929
  • Box 59
    Photographs 1929
  • Box 60
    Biographical Sketches 1930
  • Box 60
    Contributions 1930
  • Box 60
    Delegates 1930
  • Box 60
    Dr. Clarence A. Dykstra [1930]
  • Box 60
    Expense Accounts [1930]
  • Box 60
    Dr. C. J. Galpin--Department of Agriculture [1930]
  • Box 61
    Governors--Regard Delegates 1930
  • Box 61
    Dr. C. H. Haring [1930]
  • Box 61
    Maj. Hodges [1930]
  • Box 61
    Dean Charles G. Maphis 1930
  • Box 61
    Dr. Henry W. McLaughlin [1930]
  • Box 62
    Miscellaneous "A--Z" 1930
    22 folders
  • Box 62
    Arthur J. Morris [1930]
  • Box 62
    Original Biographies 1930
  • Box 62
    Photographs 1930
  • Box 62
    Positions 1930
  • Box 62
    Reception--Monticello 1930
  • Box 62
    Dr. Thomas H. Reed [1930]
  • Box 62
    Regrets 1930
  • Box 63
    Report and Budget [1930-1931]
  • Box 63
    Round Table Leaders 1930
  • Box 63
    Speakers--Asked 1930
  • Box 63
    Adult Education [1931]
  • Box 63
    Biographical Sketches 1931
  • Box 63
    Board of Advisors [1931]
  • Box 63
    Dr. Louis Brownlow [1931]
  • Box 63
    Gov. Harry Flood Byrd [1931]
  • Box 63
    Carnegie Endowment for International Peace [1931]
  • Box 64
    David R. Coker [1931]
  • Box 64
    Comments on 1930 Session [1931]
  • Box 64
    Comments on 1931 Session [1931]
  • Box 64
    Contributions [1931]
  • Box 64
    Delegates 1931
  • Box 64
    Duplicate vouchers or pay-rolls [1931]
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    Editorials [1931]
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    Expense Accounts [1931]
  • Box 65
    Governor--Regarding Delegates 1931
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    Dr. Frederick C. Hicks [1931]
  • Box 65
    Maj. LeRoy Hodges [1931]
  • Box 65
    Herman G. James [1931]
  • Box 65
    Mailing Lists 1931
  • Box 65
    Dr. Henry W. McLaughlin [1931]
  • Box 65
    Spencer Miller [1931]
  • Box 66
    Miscellaneous "A--Z" 1931
    24 folders
  • Box 66
    Dr. Raymond Moley 1931
  • Box 66
    Monroe Celebration-Correspondence with Diplomats 1931
  • Box 67
    Monroe Celebration-Correspondence with Persons Invited 1931
  • Box 67
    Monroe Memorial Centennial Commission 1931
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    Photographs 1931
  • Box 67
    Positions 1931
  • Box 67
    Presentation of Byrd Portraits 1931
  • Box 67
    Dean Roscoe Pound, "Law Enforcement" 1931
  • Box 68
    Dr. Thomas H. Reed 1931
  • Box 68
    Regrets 1931
  • Box 68
    Reports of Secretaries for Various Round Tables [1931]
  • Box 68
    Round Table Leaders 1931
  • Box 68
    C. Bascom Slemp [1931]
  • Box 68
    Speakers--Asked 1931
  • Box 68
    Speakers--Suggested 1931
  • Box 68
    Dr. Rob Tucker [1931]
  • Box 69
    Biographical Sketches 1932
  • Box 69
    Louis Brownlow, Leader, Round Table on Regionalism [1932]
  • Box 69
    Carnegie Foundation for International Peace [1932]
  • Box 69
    Comments on Session 1932
  • Box 69
    Contributions and Correspondence with Foundations, etc., in regard to aid [1932]
  • Box 69
    Delegates--Miscellaneous 1932
  • Box 69
    Dr. H. W. Dodds [1932]
  • Box 69
    Duplicate Vouchers [1932]
  • Box 69
    Expense Accounts [1932]
  • Box 70
    Dr. C. H. Haring [1932]
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    Dr. Henry W. McLaughlen [1932]
  • Box 70
    Members 1932
  • Box 70
    Rev. Minor C. Miller 1932
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    Spencer Miller, Jr. 1932
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    Miscellaneous "A" 1932
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    Miscellaneous "A-W" 1932
    17 folders
  • Box 71
    Gilbert H. Montague 1932
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    Dr. Marcus Nadler [1932]
  • Box 71
    John Lloyd Newcomb [1932]
  • Box 71
    Personal 1932
  • Box 71
    Photographs 1932
  • Box 71
    Receipts [1932]
  • Box 72
    Dr. Thomas H. Reed 1932
  • Box 72
    Regrets 1932
  • Box 72
    Rotary Clubs [1932-1935]
  • Box 72
    Speakers--Asked 1932
  • Box 72
    Special Conferences [1932]
  • Box 72
    "Thank You" Letters 1932
  • Box 72
    Dr. Robert H. Tucker 1932
  • Box 73
    Biographical Sketches 1933
  • Box 73
    Budget 1933
  • Box 73
    Campaign Funds 1933
  • Box 73
    Carnegie Endowment for International Peace [1933]
  • Box 73
    Grover Clark [1933]
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    Contributions [1933]
  • Box 73
    Delegates 1933
  • Box 73
    Duplicate Vouchers [1933]
  • Box 73
    Dr. C. H. Haring [1933]
  • Box 73
    Letters of Appreciation 1933
  • Box 74
    Dr. Robert McElroy 1933
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    Dr. Henry H. McLaughlin [1933]
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    Mailing Lists 1933
  • Box 74
    Rev. Minor C. Miller [1933]
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    Spencer Miller [1933]
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    Miscellaneous "A--T" 1933
    20 folders
  • Box 75
    Felix Morley [1933]
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    Ray Newton [1933]
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    Photographs 1933
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    Positions 1933
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    Receipts [1933]
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    Reception at Monticello 1933
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    Regrets 1933
  • Box 75
    Report and Project [1933]
  • Box 75
    Reports of Secretaries of Round Tables [1933]
  • Box 75
    Sesquicentennial Celebration 1933
  • Box 75
    Speakers--Asked 1933
  • Box 75
    Dr. George W. Spicer [1933]
  • Box 75
    Dr. H. Parker Willis [1933]
  • Box 76
    Alumni Association 1934
  • Box 76
    Biographies 1934
  • Box 76
    Board of Advisors 1934
  • Box 76
    Budget 1934
  • Box 76
    Senator Harry Flood Byrd 1934
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    Carnegie Endowment for International Peace [1934]
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    Zachary Taylor Celebration--Senator Harry Flood Byrd 1934
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    Zachary Taylor Celebration--Dr. J. A. C. Chandler 1934
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    Zachary Taylor Celebration--Zachary Taylor Dinner 1934
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    Zachary Taylor Celebration--Dr. Douglas S. Freeman 1934
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    Zachary Taylor Celebration--Dr. Francis P. Gaines 1934
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    Zachary Taylor Celebration--Stuart G. Gibboney 1934
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    Zachary Taylor Celebration--Senator Carter Glass 1934
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    Zachary Taylor Celebration--Hugh Gordon Miller 1934
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    Zachary Taylor Celebration--Hon. R. Walton Moore 1934
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    Zachary Taylor Celebration--R. F. Nelson 1934
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    Zachary Taylor Celebration--President F. D. Roosevelt 1934
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    Zachary Taylor Celebration--Dr. Charles J. Smith 1934
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    Zachary Taylor Celebration--Hon. Claude A. Swanson, Secretary of the Navy 1934
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    Zachary Taylor Celebration--Jacquelin P. Taylor 1934
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    Zachary Taylor Celebration--Joseph A. Werne 1934
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    Contributing Memberships 1934
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    Charles Hall Davis 1934
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    Hon. John W. Davis 1934
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    Daughters of the British Empire 1934
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    Duplicate Vouchers [1934]
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    Expense Accounts [1934]
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    Form Letters 1934
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    Report on Institute for Dr. Gee 1934
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    Colonel LeRoy Hodges 1934
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    John W. Davis Luncheon--Given by Morris L. Strauss 1934
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    Miscellaneous "A-W" 1934
    22 folders
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    Hon. R. Walton Moore, Assistant Secretary of State 1934
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    Motion Picture Research Council 1934
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    National Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs, Inc. [1934]
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    Photographs 1934
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    Gov. George C. Peery 1934
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    President John Lloyd Newcomb [1934]
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    President of the United States, Franklin D. Roosevelt 1934
  • Box 78
    Receipts [1934]
  • Box 78
    Regulations for Occupants of Dormitories [1934]
  • Box 78
    Round Table-"Adult Education" [1934]
  • Round Table: "An Evaluation of the N. R. A."
    • Box 78
      Dr. Carmen Haider, Leader [1934]
    • Box 78
      David Cushman Coyle [1934]
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      Dr. Leon Henderson [1934]
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      Robert W. Johnson [1934]
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      Dexter Keezer [1934]
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      Isabel Leighton [1934]
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      Spencer Miller, Jr. [1934]
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      Dr. Gustave Peck [1934]
    • Box 78
      Program of Round Table [1934]
    • Box 78
      Donald Richberg [1934]
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      F. J. Schlink [1934]
  • Round Table: "County Government and State Planning"
    • Box 78
      W. F. Day [1934]
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      Howard P. Jones [1934]
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      Dr. John W. Manning [1934]
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      Hon. C. H. Morrisett [1934]
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      Program for Round Table [1934]
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      Hon. Lemuel F. Smith [1934]
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      Dr. George W. Spicer [1934]
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      Tipton R. Snavely [1934]
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      Charles P. Taft, II [1934]
  • Round Table: "Currents of Conflict in the Far East"
    • Box 78
      Grover Clark [1934]
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      Ben Dorfman [1934]
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      Doubleday, Doran, and Company [1934]
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      Dr. Harley F. McNair [1934]
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      Zhi Meng (Chih Meng) [1934]
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      C. K. Moser [1934]
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      Program [1934]
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      Prof. Masamichi Royama [1934]
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      Mrs. F. Louis Slade [1934]
    • Box 78
      Miles Vaughn [1934]
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      Dr. Quincy Wright [1934]
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      Dr. N. Gist Gee [1934]
  • Round Table: "Dictatorship and Democracy"
    • Box 78
      Harry E. Barnes [1934]
    • Box 78
      Dr. Francis W. Coker [1934]
    • Box 78
      Laurence Dennis [1934]
    • Box 78
      Dr. Benjamino de Ritis [1934]
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      Dr. John Dickinson [1934]
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      Dr. Karl F. Geiser [1934]
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      Dr. Sidney Hook [1934]
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      Alvin Johnson [1934]
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      Oakley Johnson [1934]
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      Algernon Lee [1934]
    • Box 78
      Julian S. Mason [1934]
    • Box 78
      Program for Round Table [1934]
    • Box 78
      Dr. Henry R. Spencer [1934]
  • Round Table: "The Function of the Church in Modern Life"
    • Box 79
      Dr. Will W. Alexander [1934]
    • Box 79
      Rev. Cameron Parker Hall [1934]
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      Rev. Stanley High [1934]
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      Dr. John McDowell [1934]
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      Program for the Round Table [1934]
  • Round Table: "The Good Neighbor Policy with Latin America"
    • Box 79
      Dr. Ricardo J. Alfaro [1934]
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      Hon. William R. Castle [1934]
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      Carlos G. Davila [1934]
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      Dr. W. E. Dunn [1934]
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      Orestes Ferrara [1934]
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      Dr. Samuel Guy Inman [1934]
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      Dr. Warren Kelchner [1934]
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      Fred Lavis [1934]
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      Dr. Dana G. Munro [1934]
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      Benjamin Muse [1934]
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      Dr. Robert L. O'Brien [1934]
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      Program for Round Table [1934]
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      Paul Vanorden Shaw [1934]
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      G. Butler Sherwell [1934]
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      Doris Stevens [1934]
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      Francis White [1934]
  • Round Table: "Home Ownership and the Country Church"
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      Dr. Harold E. Fey [1934]
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      Dr. G. W. Forster [1934]
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      Dr. Arthur Wentworh Hewitt [1934]
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      Dr. Henry W. McLaughlin [1934]
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      Dr. L. R. Manny [1934]
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      Dr. Clarence Poe [1934]
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      Program for Round Table [1934]
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      Rev. John C. Siler [1934]
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      Dr. Carl C. Taylor [1934]
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      R. W. Vanderberry [1934]
  • Round Table: "The Interpretation and Evaluation of Recent Trends in Education"
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      Wilford M. Aiken [1934]
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      Dr. Ralph R. Bridgman [1934]
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      Dr. Robert C. Brooks [1934]
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      Albert Coates [1934]
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      Dr. Sidney B. Hall [1934]
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      Dr. Edgar W. Knight [1934]
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      Dr. Joy E. Morgan [1934]
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      Dr. William T. Polk [1934]
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      Jacques Ozanne [1934]
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      Program for Round Table [1934]
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      Dr. Floyd W. Reeves [1934]
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      Dr. George A. Works [1934]
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      A. D. Zanzig [1934]
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      George B. Zehmer [1934]
  • Round Table: "Management Versus Regulation in Government"
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      A. J. Hettinger, Jr., Leader [1934]
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      Stephen M. DeBrul [1934]
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      Joseph B. Eastman [1934]
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      Mordecai Ezekiel [1934]
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      George Harrison Huston [1934]
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      Lawrence H. Seltzer [1934]
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      Wallace Thompson [1934]
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      P. M. Tuttle [1934]
  • Round Table: "Money: A Challenge to World Statesmanship"
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      Willard E. Atkins [1934]
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      Beatrice Comeau [1934]
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      W. W. Cumberland [1934]
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      Bernard Kilgore [1934]
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      Dr. Wallace McClure [1934]
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      Program for Round Table [1934]
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      Louis Rasminsky [1934]
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      Prof. James G. Smith [1934]
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      Robert B. Warren [1934]
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      Dr. Ralph J. Watkins [1934]
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      Ray B. Westerfield [1934]
  • Round Table: "Protestants, Catholics, and Jews"
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      Newton D. Baker [1934]
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      Rabbi Edward N. Calisch [1934]
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      Dr. Everett R. Clinchy [1934]
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      Program of Round Table [1934]
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      Dr. John E. Ross [1934]
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      Prof. James V. Thompson [1934]
  • Round Table: "Religious Education"
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      Edna M. Baxter [1934]
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      Dr. George C. Bellingrath [1934]
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      Dr. Z. B. Edworthy [1934]
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      C. A. Hauser [1934]
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      Rev. Minor C. Miller [1934]
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      Rev. Edward B. Pailey [1934]
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      Program of the Round Table [1934]
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      Report [1934]
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    Rotary Club of Staunton [1934]
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    Rotary Club of Winchester [1934]
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    Rotary Club of Charlottesville [1934]
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    Rotary International [1934]
  • Round Table: "Scholarships for Church" [1934]
  • Round Table: "Special Conference by General Federation of Women's Clubs"
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      Mrs. Hampton Fleming [1934]
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      Mrs. Fred L. Pigeon [1934]
  • Round Table: "Special Conference of the League of Virginia Municipalities"
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      Seth Burnley [1934]
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      Program of the Conference [1934]
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      Laurence V. Smith [1934]
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  • Round Table: "Special Conference on State Planning"
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      Charles J. Calrow [1934]
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      Jacob Crane [1934]
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      Charles W. Eliot, II [1934]
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    L. S. Rowe 1934
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    Lowell Thomas 1934
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    R. Gray Williams 1934
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    Attendance--Acceptances and Regrets 1935
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    Biographies 1935
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    Budget [1935]
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    Hon. Harry F. Byrd 1935
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    Carnegie Endowment for International Peace [1935]
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    E. I. Carruthers, Bursar [1935]
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    Duplicate Vouchers [1935]
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      Hon. Allen W. Berkley 1935
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      Dr. Charles O. Hardy 1935
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      Hon. Sumner Welles 1935
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    Governor's Delegates 1935
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    Dr. Raymond Moley 1935
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    Hon. R. Walton Moore 1935
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    President John Lloyd Newcomb 1935
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    Past Contributors [1935]
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    Gov. George C. Peery 1935
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    Registration in Round Tables 1935
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    Report on Institute to Committee from the Rector and Board of Visitors [1935]
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    Robert E. Lee Memorial Foundation, Inc. 1935
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    Rotary Club of Christiansburg [1935]
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    Rotary Club of Waverly [1935]
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    Rotary International [1935]
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    Rotary International-Governor's Monthly Letters [1935]
  • Round Table: "American-German Relations"
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      Dr. Frederick E. Auhagen, Leader [1935]
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      Virginius Dabney, Esq. [1935]
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      Dr. K. G. Frank [1935]
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      Program [1935]
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      Dr. H. F. Simon [1935]
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      Dr. John A. Walz [1935]
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      Miss Mildred Wertheimer [1935]
  • Round Table: "The Church in a Changing World"
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      Rev. John McDowell, Leader [1935]
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      Rev. Albert D. Belden [1935]
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      Rev. William Adams Brown [1935]
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      Rabbi Edward N. Calisch [1935]
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      Dr. Everett R. Clinchy [1935]
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      Rev. Don Frank Fenn [1935]
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      Program [1935]
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      Rev. John Elliott Ross [1935]
  • Round Table: "The Constitution and the New Deal"
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      Demarest Lloyd, Leader [1935]
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      Dr. Neil Carothers [1935]
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      Raoul Desvernine, Esq. [1935]
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      Dr. James Hart [1935]
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      David J. Lewis [1935]
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      Program [1935]
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      Nicolas Roosevelt [1935]
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      Dr. Walter E. Spahr [1935]
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      Hon. Albert E. Stephen [1935]
  • Round Table: "Contemporary Educational Issues"
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      George B. Zehmer, Leader [1935]
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      Thomas G. Bennett [1935]
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      Dr. Scott M. Buchanan [1935]
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      Dr. Isaac L. Kandel [1935]
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      Program [1935]
  • Round Table: "Cooperation and Conflict Across the Pacific"
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      Grover Clark, Leader [1935]
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      Commander Archer M. R. Allen [1935]
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      Adrian J. Barnouw [1935]
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      Miss Pearl S. Buck [1935]
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      Frederick V. Field [1935]
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  • Round Table: "Economic Security"
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      Dr. Eveline M. Burns, Leader [1935]
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      Dr. Barbara Armstrong [1935]
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      Jacob Baker, Esq. [1935]
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      Arthur W. James, Esq. [1935]
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      Albert Linton, Esq. [1935]
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      Dr. Broadus Mitchell [1935]
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      Mrs. Eudora Ramsay Richardson [1935]
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      Miss Winifred Wilson [1935]
  • Round Table: "European Relations: Rebuilding Peace"
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      Dr. J. Anton de Haas, Leader [1935]
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      Rev. Paul D. Bowden [1935]
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      Dr. Karl Brandt [1935]
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      Dr. Alvin H. Hanson [1935]
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      Edward Jenkins, Esq. [1935]
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      Edward R. Johnson [1935]
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      L. H. Timmons [1935]
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      David J. Saposs [1935]
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      William S. Swingel, Esq. [1935]
  • Round Table: "Latin America: International, Economic, and Social Developments"
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      Dr. Charles W. Hackett, Leader [1935]
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      Senor Dr. Licenciado Ramón Beteta [1935]
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      Dr. W. W. Cumberland [1935]
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      Dr. Carlos G. Davila [1935]
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      John S. de Wilde, Esq. [1935]
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      Program [1935]
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      Invited Speakers [1935]
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      Dr. Joseph F. Thorning [1935]
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      Mrs. Helena Hill Weed [1935]
  • Round Table: "The Place of Religion in Character Education"
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      Rev. Minor C. Miller, Leader [1935]
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      Rabbi Edward N. Calisch [1935]
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      Dr. Steward G. Cole [1935]
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      Dr. Paul Eddy [1935]
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      Dr. D. W. Peters [1935]
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      Program [1935]
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      Speakers Invited [1935]
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      Dr. Karl Stoltz [1935]
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      Dr. James V. Thompson [1935]
  • Round Table: "Problems of Reconstruction in the Light of History"
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      Dr. Robert McElroy, Leader [1935]
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      Colonel Henry Breckinridge [1935]
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      Dr. Francis W. Coker [1935]
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      John Daniels [1935]
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      Clark M. Eichelberger, Esq. [1935]
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      Dr. A. J. Hettinger, Jr. [1935]
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      Clarence King [1935]
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      John L. Lewis [1935]
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      Dr. Ellis P. Oberholtzer [1935]
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      Dr. Ernest Minor Patterson [1935]
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      Program [1935]
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      Alexander Sacks [1935]
  • Round Table: "The Significance of American Membership in the International Labour Office"
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      Spencer Miller Jr., Leader [1935]
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      Dr. John B. Andrews [1935]
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      Samuel McCune Lindsay [1935]
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      Isador Lubin [1935]
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      Leifur Magnusson [1935]
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      Program [1935]
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      Dr. Leland Rex Robinson [1935]
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      Dr. James T. Shotwell [1935]
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      Thomas G. Spates [1935]
  • Round Table: "Taxation for Prosperity"
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      Dr. Thomas H. Reed, Leader [1935]
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      R. C. Atkinson [1935]
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      Daniel Bloomfield [1935]
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      Harold S. Buttenheim [1935]
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      Arnold Frye [1935]
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      Dr. Jens P. Jensen [1935]
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      Hon. Henry S. Long [1935]
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      Hon. Joseph McGoldrick [1935]
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      Harry McCullan, Esq. [1935]
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      Dr. James W. Martin [1935]
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      Program [1935]
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      Noel Sargent [1935]
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      Prof. Carl Shoup [1935]
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      Herbert D. Simpson [1935]
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      John F. Sly, Esq. [1935]
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      A. H. Stone, Esq. [1935]
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      Speakers--Invited [1935]
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      The Royal Institute of International Affairs 1935
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      Jouett Shouse 1935
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      Speakers Invited 1935
  • Special Conferences: Cooperative Education Association, General Federation of Women's Clubs
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      Mrs. Fred M. Alexander [1935]
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      Dr. J. H. Montgomery [1935]
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    Statements of Expenses 1935-1950
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    Lowell Thomas 1935
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    Veterans' Associations 1935
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    The Academy of Sciences and Fine Arts of the United States of America 1936
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    Biographical Data 1936
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    Budget 1936
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    Hon. Harry Flood Byrd 1936
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    Carnegie Endowment for International Peace 1936
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    Colonel Manton Davis 1936
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    Governor's Delegates