Draper Manuscripts: King's Mountain Papers, 1756-1887

Contents List

Container Title
U.S. Mss 21AF
Part 1 (U.S. Mss 21AF, Micro 860, Audio 655A, Disc 144A): Original Collection, 1903-1972
Physical Description: 11.0 c.f. (11 record center cartons), 6 disc recordings, 20 tape recordings, and 60 reels of microfilm (35 mm) 
Scope and Content Note

This large collection, which has been microfilmed, consists of general correspondence, speeches and writings, diaries, notes, interviews, memorabilia, photographs, and tapes and discs. Although the researcher on German history will find the collection disappointing in some aspects, most of Lochner's long and varied career in journalism and broadcasting is well documented.

The GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE, 1911-1968, is only a portion of the Lochner mail which once existed. As he explained in Always the Unexpected, most of his pre-World War II correspondence had been stored for safekeeping in the American Embassy during World War II and was lost when the building was bombed. This lost correspondence included letters from Jane Addams, William Jennings Bryan, Albert Einstein, Maxim Gorki, Paul von Hindenburg, Fritz Kreisler, Jean Sibelius, Richard Strauss, Gustav Stresemann, and Woodrow Wilson.

As a result, the existing Lochner correspondence dates primarily from 1945 to 1955. The main exception is a small quantity of correspondence pertaining to Lochner's peace activities, which are located with the subject files. The majority of the writers in the general correspondence files are Germans, and most of the letters are written in the German language. The files are organized alphabetically by name and chronological thereunder. Individuals or organizations for which the correspondence is sparse are located in miscellaneous letter files.

Although this section is disappointing in its documentation of life in Nazi Germany because of the limited time span, the files are a revealing source for studying conditions and attitudes during the immediate post-war era in Germany. Many of Lochner's correspondents had known him before the war, and they wrote in the hope of legally establishing their opposition to Hitler. In this sense the collection also provides an interesting--if retrospective--view of the individualized resistance.

Among the few files in the general correspondence which predate World War II are those containing Lochner's frequent, lengthy letters to his children in the United States. These letters, which date from 1932 to 1941, provide a truer picture of Lochner's opinions about trends in Germany than may be found in his published articles, which were necessarily restrained. The correspondence with Lochner's Hoyer in-laws is similarly interesting with respect to events during the 1920s.

Among the most prominent correspondents in the general correspondence are Heinrich Bruning; Albert Stevens Crockett; Allen Dulles; Hugo Eckener; Frederick William, Crown Prince of Prussia; Hugh Gibson; Hans Hinrichs; Betty Hirsch; John Haynes Holmes; Herbert Hoover; Hans V. Kaltenborn; George F. Kennan; Louis Ferdinand, Prince of Prussia; Frank Mason; James D. Mooney; Ralph Nafziger; Elmer Peterson; Henry Regnery; Burton K. Wheeler; and Alexander Wiley. Within the miscellaneous letter files are smaller amounts of correspondence from Don Anderson, Hal Boyle, Lucius C. Clay, Robert Considine, Clifton Daniels, Joseph E. Davies, Will Durant, Alfred Eisenstaedt, Henry Ford II, Frank Gannett, Ernst Hanfstaengle, Jenkin Lloyd Jones, Samuel Eliot Morison, Herbert Bayard Swope, and Dorothy Thompson. Material pertaining to Lochner's professional career in the general correspondence is concentrated in several files, principally those of the Associated Press, Broadcast Editorial Reports, the Hoover Institute and Presidential Library, the National Broadcasting Company, Hugh Gibson (Doubleday & Co.), MacMillan and Company, Henry Regnery, and the U.S. War Department. The Associated Press file requires special mention because it contains not only business correspondence, but also personal mail from other employees of the wire service. Among the correspondents here are Dan DeLuce, Ernest Fischer, Wes Gallagher, Alan Gould, Frank King, Edwin Shanke, Lloyd Stratton, Angus Thuermer, and Melvin Whiteleather. In addition, the pre-war correspondence with General Manager Kent Cooper is an important complement to the opinions expressed in the Lochner family correspondence.

In addition to incoming and outgoing mail, the general correspondence files contain a number of manuscripts sent to Lochner for editorial assistance. Such works may be found in the files of Jakob Goldschmidt (on Hjalmar Schacht) Ada Grose, Hans Hinrich, Betty Hirsch, Hans-Jorg Maurer, James Mooney, Frieda Schmidt, and Arthur Steiner. Three other such manuscripts for which the provenance is uncertain are included with the miscellaneous file at the end of the collection.

Lochner's SPEECHES AND WRITINGS, 1903-1967, consist of newspaper articles, free lance articles, and speeches, books, and radio scripts. The file of newspaper articles contains 1) original, unedited stories, either in the form in which Lochner wrote them or as wire service dispatches, and 2) clippings of Lochner articles as they appeared in the American press. Material in the second category was returned to the donor's family after filming. In most cases, the collection includes only one of the two forms of documentation for a particular story.

The original, unedited articles are subdivided chronologically by employer and consist of stories Lochner wrote for the Federated Press, 1921-1924; the Associated Press, 1924-1946; and “European Facts,” an abortive, labor feature service Lochner established in 1923. There are no stories written for the International Labor News Service in the collection.

Lochner kept copies of his original stories during the pre-World War II era only sporadically, but carbons of his 1940-1946 newspaper articles are plentiful. The earlier articles deal with nazification of daily life, the economy, and religion; with political developments; and with the army. The latter articles include an extensive record of Lochner's observations of the German side of the war while visiting the Western Front in 1940 and the Balkan and Russian Fronts in 1941. The papers also contain substantial documentation of the stories he filed as a correspondent covering the Allied advance in Germany in 1945, the early days of the occupation, and the International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg.

Filed with Lochner's own newspaper writings is a “bureau jounal” comprised of carbons of stories written by all members of the Berlin AP staff between November 1940 and November 1941. In addition to Lochner's own articles, the journal contains dispatches filed by Ernest F. Fischer, Preston L. Grover, Lynn Heinzerling, Rudolf Josten, Robert F. Schildbach, Edwin A. Shanke, Alvin J. Steinkopf, Angus M. Thuermer, and it is virtually complete between November 1940 and September 1941. Loose articles elsewhere in the collection have been compared to the bureau journal to eliminate duplication among Lochner's stories. Not included are stories filed by staff members while away from Berlin. The file of newspaper articles contains many clippings of stories as they appeared in the American press. With the exception of several scrapbooks, the arrangement is chronological. The exceptions are two small 1921 scrapbooks which were not in precise chronological order within themselves and a larger scrapbook, 1926 to 1936, which contains many articles not found with the loose clippings. This volume is filed at the end of the unbound clippings.

Lochner's career as a free-lance writer and lecturer is well documented by material of three types: speeches and articles have been filed together chronologically. For a few of these manuscripts, preliminary drafts are also included. A portion of the speeches and articles are undated and as a result are arranged alphabetically by subject at the conclusion of the dated material. The researcher will find that here, as with the dated manuscripts, the majority of the items derive from Lochner's expertise on German matters, his early interest in the international student movement and opposition to World War I, his admiration of Herbert Hoover, and his work in behalf of various Lutheran (Missouri Synod) organizations.

The documentation for Lochner's books varies considerably both in kind and in quantity. While the collection includes only final drafts for Henry Ford-America's Don Quixote, What About Germany?, and Always the Unexpected, there are multiple drafts and/or working papers for Tycoons and Tyrant and Herbert Hoover and Germany. Material pertaining to The Goebbels Diaries includes Lochner's introduction and a correspondence file which deals with his highly-publicized attempt to secure royalty payment from the Office of Alien Property. Noteworthy correspondents here are Pat McCarran, Robert McCormick, Frank Mason, George Sokolosky, and Alexander Wiley. Two other works included with the volumes are “Shirtsleeve Ambassador,” an unpublished manuscript dealing with the life and work of foreign correspondents, and New York, a travel booklet. Not filmed with the collection are two boxes of clippings, notes, and a card index, used in research for Herbert Hoover and Germany and Tycoons and Tyrant. At the conclusion of the section is a file of clippings of reviews of Lochner's books. The collection contains no documentary material pertaining to his biography of Fritz Kreisler, as this material was donated to the Library of Congress.

The radio scripts consist of a virtually complete file of Lochner's World War II commentaries which were broadcast for Press Association, Inc., on the Pacific and Rocky Mountain Networks of the National Broadcasting Company, 1943-1944; scripts for the feature service Broadcast Editorial Reports, 1960-1962; and a small number of scripts for which the broadcasting format is unidentified. Recordings of several of his BER “Globalcasts” are available on tape as part of the collection.

The Lochner papers contain a number of DIARIES and engagement calendars, 1915-1948, with the majority dating from the period 1928-1948. For some of these years the collection includes both a diary and an engagement calendar; however, only for the years 1939 and after are the entries of a substantial nature. The value of the 1939, 1940, and 1941 diaries is further reduced by the fact that Lochner's handwriting is nearly indecipherable. The only typewritten exceptions are the 1945 diary which he kept while covering the Allied invasion of Germany, a short journal concerning his journey to Norway on the Ford peace ship in 1915, and his trip on the zeppelin Hindenburg in 1936. Lochner's handwritting also limits the usefulness of the small file of NOTES, 1928-1962, which includes material on a trip to Danzig in 1939, the trip on the Hindenburg, and an undated journey through Bavaria. In a few cases, such as the material relating to his 1933 conversation with former Chancellor Heinrich Bruning, Lochner attached informative annotations to his notes.

The file of INTERVIEWS, 1922-1968, contains material such as correspondence, prepared questions and replies, and completed articles concerning interviews with Konrad Adenauer, Crown Prince Frederick William, Hermann Goering, Maxim Gorki, Adolf Hitler, Rudolf Hess, Hermann Keyserling, Fritz Kreisler, Max Liebermann, Ludwig Martens, Max Reinhardt, Joachim von Ribbentrop, Baldur von Schirach, and Kaiser Wilhelm. Also included with the alphabetically arranged files are two interviews of Lochner himself; one of which is a typescript of his conversation with broadcaster Ray Henle for the Herbert Hoover Oral History Project.

The SUBJECT FILES, 1914-1970, contain material relating to Herbert Hoover's Economic Mission to Germany and Austria, the Overseas Press Club, the United Nations Expert Committee on Public Information, and Lochner's various World War I peace activities.

Papers relating to Hoover's Economic Mission in 1947 comprise the smallest subject file. Included are two reports on the denazification of Germany written by Lochner for the former President, notes on conversations with occupation personnel, and newspaper clippings. There is also a lengthy manuscript on rearmament which appears to have been written by Lochner.

Louis Lochner was active in the Overseas Press Club for many years, but this subject file primarily concerns his two terms as president (1950-1951 and 1955-1956), with the bulk of the material deriving from the latter term. Included are constitutional revisions, correspondence, minutes, presidential speeches and reports, committee reports, and miscellany. Because mimeographed OPC minutes and reports may be found in several other Mass Communication History Center collections, only those relating to the period when Lochner was president have been retained here. Among the many prominent journalists with whom Lochner corresponded on OPC matters are Cecil Brown, Milton Caniff, Dickey Chapelle, Robert Considine, Ralph Jules Frantz, William P. Gray, Sig Mickelson, Edward R. Murrow, James Reston, Quentin Reynolds, Inez Robb, Cornelius Ryan, Frank Stanton, Lloyd Stratton, Lowell Thomas, and Walter Winchell.

Filed together under the designation “Peace Activities” are materials relating to several organizations with which Lochner was associated during the World War I era: the American Peace Society, the Emergency Peace Federation, the People's Council for Democracy and Peace, the Ford peace expedition, and the Neutral Conference for Continuing Mediation; most of the papers pertain to the Ford expedition and the neutral conference. Together with Lochner's book, Henry Ford--America's Don Quixote, this documentation offers an excellent source for studying the automaker's curious attempt at peacemaking.

Types of material in this file include correspondence, public relations material, and working papers used at various meetings. The correspondence is arranged chronologically and includes such prominent individuals as Jane Addams, William Jennings Bryan, Henry Ford, John Haynes Holmes, David Starr Jordan, Paul U. Kellogg, and Rosika Schwimmer. There is also one personal letter to Lochner's first wife. Also with the correspondence are notes concerning meetings with Woodrow Wilson in 1915 and 1917. The public relations material includes press releases, printed matter, newspaper clippings, and statements about the work of the neutral conference collected from various European officials for issuance to the press. The working papers include committee reports, program agenda, memoranda, and a slim file of statements and reports concerning finances.

The subject file relating to the United Nations Expert Committee on Public Information provides a significant source for examining this 1958 study of the UN's world-wide information facilities. The material forms two general categories: items relating to Lochner's personal involvement with the committee and material relating to the committee as a whole. The former consists of correspondence and working papers drafted by Lochner. As the sole U.S. representative on the committee Lochner took the brunt of the criticism which the committee's report received in this country, and his correspondence reflects this fact. Among the prominent correspondents are Dag Hammarskjold, committee members Robert Bevan and George Ivan Smith; U.S. delegation members Henry Cabot Lodge and Bourke Hickenlooper, and journalists Pauline Frederick and Arthur H. Sulzberger.

Other material consists of the committee's mandate from the General Assembly, rules of procedure, minutes, and a copy of its final report, together with preliminary drafts. The drafts bear many annotations in Lochner's hand. There is also a small file consisting of clippings, correspondence and international communications, financial material, and information on the reaction to the reports. The remainder of the material consists of mimeographed items distributed by the committee's staff, transcripts of testimony presented by witnesses around the world, “committee papers,” and UN Information Center papers and exhibits. Each of these latter categories was distributed as a numerical series. The run of expert testimonies is virtually complete, but only a fraction of the committee and center papers are included.

The MISCELLANY, 1930-1949, consists of material of uncertain origin. Included are samples of communist propaganda dating from the Hitler era, Goebbels' secret instructions to the German press, lists of foreign correspondents in Germany, notes on Hitler's “Schrichlichkeit” speech, and a copy of Hindenburg's 1930 appeal to Hoover. In addition there is report on newspaper licensing during the Occupation; confidential reports on Indo-China (1945), Russo-German relations, and conditions in Russian-occupied Germany; and several manuscript articles collected by Lochner from unknown sources.

The MEMORABILIA, 1903-1972, consist of clippings about Lochner and four scrapbooks containing clippings, photographs, and souvenirs. Scrapbook #4 contains a particularly interesting selection of material and photographs relating to Lochner's internment at Bad Neuheim. After microfilming, these photographs were separated to the Society's Iconographic collection together with the other photographs in the collection, and the remainder of the memorabilia was returned to the donor's family. The other PHOTOGRAPHS in the collection include a considerable number taken in Germany by Lochner or various AP photographers during the 1930s and early 1940s. Documentation of Lochner's career is supplemented by a number of TAPES AND DISCS.

Micro 860/U.S. Mss 21AF
Series: General Correspondence
Reel-frame   1/1
Box-folder   1/1
Abraham, Ilse, 1948-1954
Reel-frame   1/26
Box-folder   1/2
Agerstrand, Carl F., 1956-1957
Reel-frame   1/35
Box-folder   1/3
Aicher, Rudolf, 1946-1950
Reel-frame   1/54
Box-folder   1/4
Air France, 1956-1957
Reel-frame   1/64
Box-folder   1/5
Ahlborn, Ulla, 1947-1948
Reel-frame   1/79
Box-folder   1/6
Allen, P.M., 1956-1957
Reel-frame   1/87
Box-folder   1/7
Allen, William H., 1948-1953
Reel-frame   1/97
Box-folder   1/8
Amendt-Anders, Rudi and Julia, 1946-1955
Reel-frame   1/185
Box-folder   1/9
American Association for a Democratic Germany, 1948-1951
Reel-frame   1/196
Box-folder   1/10
American Chamber of Commerce in Germany, 1936-1955
Reel-frame   1/289
Box-folder   1/11
American Civil Liberties Union, 1946-1951
Reel-frame   1/317
Box-folder   1/12
American Committee to Aid Survivors of the German Resistance, 1948
Reel-frame   1/339
Box-folder   1/13-14
American Council on Germany, 1952-1963
Reel-frame   1/663
Box-folder   1/15
American Friends Service Committee, 1947-1949
Reel-frame   1/690
Box-folder   1/16
American War Correspondents Association, 1946-1949
Reel-frame   1/748
Box-folder   1/17
America's Foundation, 1956-1957
Reel-frame   1/755
Box-folder   1/18
Ancevicius, Pranas, 1947-1948
Reel-frame   1/778
Box-folder   1/19
Andermann, Wilhelm, 1947-1952
Reel-frame   1/800
Box-folder   1/20
Archer, Laird, 1949-1952
Reel-frame   1/812
Box-folder   1/21
Armstrong, O.K., 1947-1948
Reel-frame   1/825
Box-folder   1/22
Asbury Park Press, 1951-1956
Reel-frame   1/839
Box-folder   1/23-24
Associated Press, 1925-1942/1943
Reel-frame   2/325
Box-folder   1/25
Association of Cosmopolitan Clubs, 1911, 1946-1957
Reel-frame   2/341
Box-folder   1/26
Atlantik-Brucke, 1948-1957
Reel-frame   2/433
Box-folder   1/27
Atlantis Verlag, 1948-1952
Reel-frame   2/446
Box-folder   1/28
A-Miscellaneous
Reel-frame   2/604
Box-folder   1/29
Bahr, Vera, 1949-1956
Reel-frame   2/621
Box-folder   1/30
Baier, Eva, 1946-1956
Reel-frame   2/633
Box-folder   1/31
Bamberg, Charlotte and Alice, 1947-1956
Reel-frame   2/691
Box-folder   1/32
Barrett, Paul, 1947-1956
Reel-frame   2/799
Box-folder   1/33
Basler, Roy P., 1949-1952
Reel-frame   2/853
Box-folder   1/34
Baumgardt, Rudolf, 1935-1956
Reel-frame   2/1012
Box-folder   1/35
Bausch, Erika, 1946-1956
Reel-frame   3/1
Box-folder   1/36
Becker, Howard, 1949
Reel-frame   3/15
Box-folder   1/37
Berg, Wilhelmine, 1946-1955
Reel-frame   3/66
Box-folder   1/38
Berge, John, 1939-1953
Reel-frame   3/92
Box-folder   1/39
von Bergen, Ruth, 1946-1957
Reel-frame   3/122
Box-folder   1/40
Berghold, Friedrich, 1947-1949
Reel-frame   3/139
Box-folder   1/41
Bergmeyer, Bernhard G., 1950-1951
Reel-frame   3/148
Box-folder   1/42
Bergt, Alfred, 1952
Reel-frame   3/157
Box-folder   1/43
Berliner, H.U., 1947-1948
Reel-frame   3/191
Box-folder   1/44
Bertling, K.O., 1947-1955
Reel-frame   3/273
Box-folder   1/45
von Biel, Heinrich, 1948-1949
Reel-frame   3/283
Box-folder   1/46
Birkenfeld, Gunther, 1955
Reel-frame   3/352
Box-folder   1/47
Birnbaum, Henry, 1946-1949
Reel-frame   3/364
Box-folder   1/48
Blachly, Louis B., 1948
Reel-frame   3/380
Box-folder   1/49
Blechstein, Hans, 1948-1955
Reel-frame   3/391
Box-folder   1/50
Bleick, Roy, 1948-1955
Reel-frame   3/406
Box-folder   1/51
Blunck, Friedrich, 1948-1951
Reel-frame   3/455
Box-folder   1/52
Boatfield, Robert, 1949-1952
Reel-frame   3/469
Box-folder   1/53
Boaz, Helga, 1947-1956
Reel-frame   3/496
Box-folder   1/54
Bockelmann, Marie Luise, 1946-1948
Reel-frame   3/536
Box-folder   2/1
Bodden, Anna, 1951-1957
Reel-frame   3/548
Box-folder   2/2
Boehme Family, 1946-1956
Reel-frame   3/649
Box-folder   2/3
Boehm-Tettelbach, H.W., 1945-1949
Reel-frame   3/661
Box-folder   2/4
Boeker, Alexander, 1948
Reel-frame   3/671
Box-folder   2/5
“The Bohemians,” 1950-1957
Reel-frame   3/721
Box-folder   2/6
Boldt, Harald, 1948-1950
Reel-frame   3/743
Box-folder   2/7
Bond, Alice Dixon, 1948-1956
Reel-frame   3/755
Box-folder   2/8
Bonsack, Hans J., 1949-1955
Reel-frame   3/778
Box-folder   2/9
Borchardt, Alfred, 1948-1949
Reel-frame   3/794
Box-folder   2/10
von Borosini, August, 1947-1948
Reel-frame   3/801
Box-folder   2/11
Bouman, John A., 1946-1957
Reel-frame   3/882
Box-folder   2/12
Bouton, S. Miles, 1948-1956
Reel-frame   3/900
Box-folder   2/13
Brammer, Karl, 1947-1950
Reel-frame   3/909
Box-folder   2/14
Brandt, Willy, 1946
Reel-frame   3/986
Box-folder   2/15
Brauer, Anna, 1954-1957
Reel-frame   3/1000
Box-folder   2/16
Bredow, Elisabeth, 1946-1951
Reel-frame   4/1
Box-folder   2/17
Brieger, Heinz, 1922-1951
Reel-frame   4/99
Box-folder   2/18
Brinton, Ellen Starr, 1936-1951
Reel-frame   4/124
Box-folder   2/19
British Embassy, 1947-1956
Reel-frame   4/136
Box-folder   2/20
Broadcast Editorial Reports, 1960-1964
Reel-frame   4/212
Box-folder   2/21
Brosche, Georg, 1947-1950
Reel-frame   4/236
Box-folder   2/22
Brown, W.M., 1947-1956
Reel-frame   4/286
Box-folder   2/23
Bruning, Heinrich, 1942-1946
Reel-frame   4/311
Box-folder   2/24
Bruns, Walter, 1949-1950
Reel-frame   4/322
Box-folder   2/25
Buchner, Theodor, 1954-1955
Reel-frame   4/389
Box-folder   2/26
Burg, W.D., 1942-1943
Reel-frame   4/484
Box-folder   2/27
Busch, Lisa, 1947-1950
Reel-frame   4/517
Box-folder   2/28
Buslepp, Walter, 1946-1948
Reel-frame   4/530
Box-folder   2/29
Buszin, Walter E., 1955
Reel-frame   4/545
Box-folder   2/30
B-Miscellaneous
Reel-frame   4/941
Box-folder   2/31
C.A.R.E., 1947-1956
Reel-frame   4/864
Box-folder   2/32
C.E.R.A., 1946-1948
Reel-frame   4/1024
Box-folder   2/33
Caratsch, R., 1951-1956
Reel-frame   5/1
Box-folder   2/34
Carl, Otto, 1947-1957
Reel-frame   5/130
Box-folder   2/35
Catholic Digest, 1947-1952
Reel-frame   5/160
Box-folder   2/36
Christ, August, 1946-1953
Reel-frame   5/287
Box-folder   2/37
Colberg, Charlotte, 1948-1957
Reel-frame   5/399
Box-folder   2/38
Colton, Ernest, 1946-1956
Reel-frame   5/428
Box-folder   2/39
Columbia Broadcasting Company, 1949-1952
Reel-frame   5/439
Box-folder   2/40
Columbia University, 1948-1957
Reel-frame   5/467
Box-folder   2/41
Common Cause, Inc., 1950-1951
Reel-frame   5/484
Box-folder   2/42
Concordia Institutes, 1952-1956
Reel-frame   5/496
Box-folder   2/43
Concordia Publishing House, 1951-1960
Reel-frame   5/517
Box-folder   2/44
Concordia Teachers College, 1954-1956
Reel-frame   5/529
Box-folder   2/45
Corbett, Elizabeth, 1940-1956
Reel-frame   5/665
Box-folder   2/46
Cresset, The, 1952-1954
Reel-frame   5/672
Box-folder   2/47
Crockett, Albert Stevens, 1954-1966
Reel-frame   5/981
Box-folder   2/48
C-Miscellaneous
Reel-frame   6/11
Box-folder   3/1
Dabney, William L., 1948-1950
Reel-frame   6/16
Box-folder   3/2
Damm, Paul, 1946-1953
Reel-frame   6/158
Box-folder   3/3
Dammer, Hanns-Eberhard, 1947-1950
Reel-frame   6/170
Box-folder   3/4
DeBarry, Leonore, 1951-1952
Reel-frame   6/181
Box-folder   3/5
van D'Elden, Emma, 1956
Reel-frame   6/187
Box-folder   3/6
Depken, Friedrich, 1948-1955
Reel-frame   6/201
Box-folder   3/7
Deterra Family, 1942-1948
Reel-frame   6/218
Box-folder   3/8
Deutsche Burschenschaft, 1956
Reel-frame   6/225
Box-folder   3/9
Deutscher Presseklub, 1956
Reel-frame   6/237
Box-folder   3/10
Diemer, Helmut, 1948
Reel-frame   6/247
Box-folder   3/11
Diettrich, Harald, 1946-1949
Reel-frame   6/254
Box-folder   3/12
Dillenz, Richard, 1948-1954
Reel-frame   6/271
Box-folder   3/13
Dine, Josef, 1951-1955
Reel-frame   6/280
Box-folder   3/14
Dix, Rudolf, 1949
Reel-frame   6/287
Box-folder   3/15
von Dommes, Wilhelm, 1946-1956
Reel-frame   6/326
Box-folder   3/16
Duell, Sloane and Pearce, Inc., 1948-1950
Reel-frame   6/335
Box-folder   3/17
Dulles, Allen W., 1947-1952
Reel-frame   6/345
Box-folder   3/18
D-Miscellaneous
Reel-frame   6/514
Box-folder   3/19
Eber, Camilla, 1948-1953
Reel-frame   6/625
Box-folder   3/20
Eberle, Josef, 1948-1956
Reel-frame   6/650
Box-folder   3/21
von Eckardt, Felix, 1948-1954
Reel-frame   6/667
Box-folder   3/22
Eckener, Hugo, 1936-1954
Reel-frame   6/721
Box-folder   3/23
Edwards, Marvin L., 1954
Reel-frame   6/729
Box-folder   3/24
Edwards, Si, 1946-1955
Reel-frame   6/752
Box-folder   3/25
Emergency Planning Council, 1947-1951
Reel-frame   6/982
Box-folder   3/26
Emmet, Christopher, 1947-1953
Reel-frame   6/1001
Box-folder   3/27
Engelbrecht, Ann, 1947-1956
Reel-frame   7/1
Box-folder   3/28
Engelmann, Kate, 1946-1953
Reel-frame   7/38
Box-folder   3/29
von Esebeck, 1953-1954
Reel-frame   7/46
Box-folder   3/30
Everling, Friedrich, 1945-1956
Reel-frame   7/174
Box-folder   3/31
Everman, Kurt, 1948
Reel-frame   7/187
Box-folder   3/32
von Eynatten, Paula, 1946-1950
Reel-frame   7/216
Box-folder   3/33
Ey-Steineck, Ehrhard, 1950-1952
Reel-frame   7/253
Box-folder   3/34
E-Miscellaneous
Reel-frame   7/379
Box-folder   3/35
Fabian-Kanzki, H., 1948
Reel-frame   7/388
Box-folder   3/36
Fehrer, Franz, 1930-1949
Reel-frame   7/402
Box-folder   3/37
Feidel, Friedrich, 1948-1957
Reel-frame   7/465
Box-folder   3/38
Fischer, Erich, 1947-1951
Reel-frame   7/545
Box-folder   3/39
Fischer, Ernst, 1946-1954
Reel-frame   7/578
Box-folder   3/40
Fischer, Hanns, 1951-1952
Reel-frame   7/599
Box-folder   3/41
Fischer, Otto, 1946-1951
Reel-frame   7/664
Box-folder   3/42
Fischer, Robert, 1953-1954
Reel-frame   7/702
Box-folder   3/43
Fischer-Baling, Eugen, 1946-1951
Reel-frame   7/731
Box-folder   3/44
Fisher, H.H., and Edgar, 1947-1948
Reel-frame   7/757
Box-folder   3/45
Fitch, George, 1950-1957
Reel-frame   7/780
Box-folder   3/46
Fitz-Randolph, Sigmund, 1946-1953
Reel-frame   7/821
Box-folder   3/47
Fleischer, Rudi, 1948-1949
Reel-frame   7/832
Box-folder   3/48
Flood, Joseph, 1952-1957
Reel-frame   7/865
Box-folder   3/49
Foreign Policy Association, 1948-1955
Reel-frame   7/887
Box-folder   3/50
de Franciscis, Azio, 1946-1956
Reel-frame   7/1001
Box-folder   3/51
Frank, Felix, 1948-1956
Reel-frame   7/1021
Box-folder   3/52
Frank, Josef, 1946-1956
Reel-frame   8/1
Box-folder   3/53
Franke, Karl, 1945-1949
Reel-frame   8/6
Box-folder   3/54
Frederick, Prince of Prussia, 1946-1947
Reel-frame   8/15
Box-folder   3/55
Freudenthal, Hans, 1948-1951
Reel-frame   8/25
Box-folder   3/56
Freund, Edith, 1946-1950
Reel-frame   8/55
Box-folder   3/57
Friends of Fighters for Russian Freedom, 1951-1952
Reel-frame   8/102
Box-folder   3/58
Frohlich, Georg, 1954-1956
Reel-frame   8/138
Box-folder   3/59
Fromm-Welles, B., 1942-1956
Reel-frame   8/158
Box-folder   3/60
Frowein, Abraham, 1948-1956
Reel-frame   8/166
Box-folder   3/61
Fuchs, Adalbert, 1955-1956
Reel-frame   8/172
Box-folder   3/62
Fuchs, Theo, 1948
Reel-frame   8/180
Box-folder   3/63
Furtwangler, Wilhelm, 1932
Reel-frame   8/200
Box-folder   3/64
F-Miscellaneous
Reel-frame   8/286
Box-folder   3/65
Galpin, Perrin, 1956-1958
Reel-frame   8/317
Box-folder   3/66
Gartner, Margarete, 1949-1956
Reel-frame   8/372
Box-folder   3/67
George, Manfred, 1948-1952
Reel-frame   8/381
Box-folder   3/68
Gerecke, Arthur, 1950-1954
Reel-frame   8/387
Box-folder   3/69
German Embassy, 1954-1956
Reel-frame   8/406
Box-folder   3/70
German Press, 1951-1957
Reel-frame   8/434
Box-folder   3/71
Gerstenmaier, Eugen, 1949
Reel-frame   8/439
Box-folder   3/72
Gibson, Hugh, 1943-1950
Reel-frame   8/491
Box-folder   3/73
Gieseler, Otto, 1947-1956
Reel-frame   8/544
Box-folder   4/1
Gluck, Margel, 1948-1954
Reel-frame   8/578
Box-folder   4/2
Goethe House, 1949-1957
Reel-frame   8/580
Box-folder   4/3
Gottinger Arbeitskreis, 1948-1956
Reel-frame   8/598
Box-folder   4/4
Goldmann, Franziska, 1946-1956
Reel-frame   8/728
Box-folder   4/5
Goldschmidt, Jakob, 1942-1955
Reel-frame   8/819
Box-folder   4/6
von der Goltz, 1947-1952
Reel-frame   8/879
Box-folder   4/7
Gong, Walter, 1946-1955
Reel-frame   9/1
Box-folder   4/8
von Gottl-Ottlilienfeld, Friedrich, 1946-1952
Reel-frame   9/73
Box-folder   4/9
Gordon, Linley, 1947-1951
Reel-frame   9/138
Box-folder   4/10
Graff, Sigmund, 1953
Reel-frame   9/162
Box-folder   4/11
Grant, Arnold, 1950-1951
Reel-frame   9/168
Box-folder   4/12
Graubart, A.H., 1947-1949
Reel-frame   9/176
Box-folder   4/13
Gravel, John, 1963
Reel-frame   9/195
Box-folder   4/14
Grimme, Willy, 1946-1951
Reel-frame   9/248
Box-folder   4/15
Groener, Ruth, 1946-1956
Reel-frame   9/370
Box-folder   4/16-17
Grose, Ada Morse, 1947-1956
Reel-frame   9/512
Box-folder   4/18
Guideposts Associates, 1950-1955
Reel-frame   9/534
Box-folder   4/19
Guse, Friedrich, 1953-1957
Reel-frame   9/582
Box-folder   4/20
Guttmann, Max, 1947-1956
Reel-frame   9/649
Box-folder   4/21
G-Miscellaneous
Reel-frame   9/739
Box-folder   4/22
Haac, Oscar, 1947-1957
Reel-frame   9/760
Box-folder   4/23
Haegert, Kurt, 1948-1949
Reel-frame   9/799
Box-folder   4/24
Haerecke, Ferdinand, 1948-1956
Reel-frame   9/821
Box-folder   4/25
Hailbronner, Max and Waltraut, 1947-1949
Reel-frame   9/869
Box-folder   4/26
Harris, Walter, 1948
Reel-frame   9/889
Box-folder   4/27
Hartel, Alexander, 1946-1948
Reel-frame   9/932
Box-folder   4/28
Haschke, Hilde, 1948-1954
Reel-frame   9/955
Box-folder   4/29
Haselmayer-Odenbach, F.A., 1948-1950
Reel-frame   9/977
Box-folder   4/30
Heide, Gretchen, 1946-1949
Reel-frame   10/1
Box-folder   4/31
Heinemann, Hans, 1947-1954
Reel-frame   10/39
Box-folder   4/32
Henjes, Heinz, 1947-1950
Reel-frame   10/61
Box-folder   4/33
Henschel, A. Marcella, 1946-1954
Reel-frame   10/103
Box-folder   4/34
Herdieckerhoff, Otto, 1946-1951
Reel-frame   10/149
Box-folder   4/35
Herrmann, Johannes, 1947-1951
Reel-frame   10/177
Box-folder   4/36
Herzberger, Willy, 1946-1952
Reel-frame   10/221
Box-folder   4/37
Herzer, T.O.F., 1947-1952
Reel-frame   10/279
Box-folder   4/38
Hess, Wolf R., 1968
Reel-frame   10/308
Box-folder   4/39
Heyd, Kurt, 1945-1948
Reel-frame   10/322
Box-folder   4/40
Heylandt, Werner, 1947-1950
Reel-frame   10/367
Box-folder   4/41
Heyn, Berard, 1942-1957
Reel-frame   10/492
Box-folder   4/42
Hinrichs, Hans, 1942-1966
Reel-frame   10/645
Box-folder   4/43-44
Hirsch, Betty, 1945-1956
Reel-frame   11/1
Box-folder   4/45
Hochstein, Irma, 1946-1956
Reel-frame   11/36
Box-folder   4/46
Hof, Willy, 1948-1949
Reel-frame   11/49
Box-folder   4/47
Hoffmann, Oswald, 1947-1949
Reel-frame   11/59
Box-folder   4/48
Hoffmann, Rolf, 1947-1952
Reel-frame   11/100
Box-folder   4/49
Hohenthal, Velma, 1943-1949
Reel-frame   11/135
Box-folder   4/50
Holmes, John Haynes, 1949-1950
Reel-frame   11/144
Box-folder   5/1
Holtz, Walther, 1943-1952
Reel-frame   11/218
Box-folder   5/2
Holzhauer, Else, 1946-1950
Reel-frame   11/230
Box-folder   5/3
Hoover, Herbert, 1943-1964
Reel-frame   11/289
Box-folder   5/4-5
Hoover Institute and Presidential Library, 1946-1958
Reel-frame   11/702
Box-folder   5/6
Hoppe, Rolf, 1945-1956
Reel-frame   11/869
Box-folder   5/7
Horch, Franz, 1948-1951
Reel-frame   11/882
Box-folder   5/8
Horcher, Otto, 1946-1949
Reel-frame   11/894
Box-folder   5/9
Hoyer Family, 1921; 1925-1930
Reel-frame   12/1
Box-folder   5/10
Huchthausen, Walter, 1948
Reel-frame   12/10
Box-folder   5/11
Human Events, 1948
Reel-frame   12/25
Box-folder   5/12
Huth, Carl, 1947-1957
Reel-frame   12/236
Box-folder   5/13
Hyyrylainen, Elli, 1953-1956
Reel-frame   12/244
Box-folder   5/14
H-Miscellaneous
Reel-frame   12/513
Box-folder   5/15
Institute of Germanic Studies, 1946-1950
Reel-frame   12/555
Box-folder   5/16
Institute of International Education, 1948
Reel-frame   12/563
Box-folder   5/17
I-Miscellaneous
Reel-frame   12/653
Box-folder   5/18
Jahnigen, Ester, 1947-1952
Reel-frame   12/700
Box-folder   5/19
Jenny, Herbert, 1949-1954
Reel-frame   12/714
Box-folder   5/20
Jermer, Paul, 1949-1957
Reel-frame   12/752
Box-folder   5/21
Jewish Newsletter, 1950-1956
Reel-frame   12/803
Box-folder   5/22
Jodl, Luise, 1948-1949
Reel-frame   12/816
Box-folder   5/23
John, Otto, 1946-1954
Reel-frame   12/866
Box-folder   5/24
Judell, Maxson, 1948-1951
Reel-frame   12/912
Box-folder   5/25
J-Miscellaneous
Reel-frame   12/990
Box-folder   5/26
Kaempf, Erika, 1947-1948
Reel-frame   12/1000
Box-folder   5/27
Kaiser, Wilhelm, 1955-1956
Reel-frame   13/1
Box-folder   5/28
Kaleka, Mascha, 1948-1956
Reel-frame   13/20
Box-folder   5/29
Kaltenborn, Hans, 1948-1963
Reel-frame   13/44
Box-folder   5/30
Kaupas, Victor, 1946-1956
Reel-frame   13/183
Box-folder   5/31
Keith, Joseph, 1946-1951
Reel-frame   13/199
Box-folder   5/32
Keller, G., 1946-1949
Reel-frame   13/218
Box-folder   5/33
von Kemnitz, H.A., 1946-1949
Reel-frame   13/241
Box-folder   5/34
Kennan, George, 1947-1954
Reel-frame   13/251
Box-folder   5/35
Kessler, Erich, 1949
Reel-frame   13/272
Box-folder   5/36
Kiep, Leislet, 1946-1953
Reel-frame   13/312
Box-folder   5/37
Kieschke, Werner, 1945-1956
Reel-frame   13/391
Box-folder   5/38
Kilenyi, Edward, 1948-1957
Reel-frame   13/518
Box-folder   5/39
Klann, Richard, 1951-1956
Reel-frame   13/558
Box-folder   5/40
Kleffel, Walter, 1946-1952
Reel-frame   13/630
Box-folder   5/41
Klessen, Albert, 1945
Reel-frame   13/649
Box-folder   5/42
Kluge, Franz, 1953-1954
Reel-frame   13/668
Box-folder   5/43
Knoell, Heinze, 1948-1956
Reel-frame   13/733
Box-folder   5/44
Knudsen, Helfe, 1947-1957
Reel-frame   13/742
Box-folder   5/45
Knuth, Hertha, 1957
Reel-frame   13/756
Box-folder   5/46
Koch, Adriane, 1947-1956
Reel-frame   13/791
Box-folder   6/1
Kraemer, Hede, 1946-1956
Reel-frame   13/814
Box-folder   6/2
Kramer, Gerhard, 1945-1956
Reel-frame   13/920
Box-folder   6/3
Krause, Heinze, 1946-1951
Reel-frame   13/947
Box-folder   6/4
Krause, Max, 1947-1956
Reel-frame   14/1
Box-folder   6/5
Krause, Otto, 1946-1951
Reel-frame   14/29
Box-folder   6/6
Kretschmann, Heinz, 1949-1951
Reel-frame   14/50
Box-folder   6/7
Krieger, Peter, 1954-1957
Reel-frame   14/66
Box-folder   6/8
Kriegsgraber-Fursorge, 1952-1954
Reel-frame   14/83
Box-folder   6/9
Kritzlert, Franziska, 1947-1948
Reel-frame   14/107
Box-folder   6/10
Kroeger, Alfred, 1936; 1948-1956
Reel-frame   14/218
Box-folder   6/11
Kronheim-Belson, Elo, 1955-1956
Reel-frame   14/253
Box-folder   6/12
Kronika, Jakob, 1951-1952
Reel-frame   14/324
Box-folder   6/13
Krueger-Hummel, Horst, 1948-1953
Reel-frame   14/361
Box-folder   6/14
von Kryha, Alexander, 1948-1954
Reel-frame   14/395
Box-folder   6/15
Kuehnpast-Rawitzki, Gerda, 1947-1952
Reel-frame   14/464
Box-folder   6/16
Kuenne, Herbert, 1947-1961
Reel-frame   14/486
Box-folder   6/17
Kohnke, Hans-Helmut, 1953-1956
Reel-frame   14/499
Box-folder   6/18
Kusama, A.S., 1949-1959
Reel-frame   14/561
Box-folder   6/19
Kuthe, Eugen, 1948-1954
Reel-frame   14/663
Box-folder   6/20
K-Miscellaneous
Reel-frame   14/867
Box-folder   6/21
Labes, Curt, 1949
Reel-frame   14/878
Box-folder   6/22
Labs, Hilde, 1949-1950
Reel-frame   14/889
Box-folder   6/23
Lammers, Clemens, 1946-1956
Reel-frame   14/974
Box-folder   6/24
Lamson, Carl, 1949-1951
Reel-frame   14/998
Box-folder   6/25
Landes, Jorg, 1947-1953
Reel-frame   14/1017
Box-folder   6/26
Lang, Margarethe, 1948-1950
Reel-frame   15/1
Box-folder   6/27
Lania, Leo, 1950-1956
Reel-frame   15/8
Box-folder   6/28
LaViolette, Wesley, 1947-1950
Reel-frame   15/25
Box-folder   6/29
Lebach, Hans, 1949-1953
Reel-frame   15/43
Box-folder   6/30
Lehman, Ingeborg, 1945-1950
Reel-frame   15/74
Box-folder   6/31
Lewis, Eva, 1946-1950
Reel-frame   15/111
Box-folder   6/32
Library of Congress, 1949-1960
Reel-frame   15/132
Box-folder   6/33
Lido Advertising, 1954-1955
Reel-frame   15/143
Box-folder   6/34
Liebe, Curt, 1948-1957
Reel-frame   15/156
Box-folder   6/35
Lincoln Memorial University, 1950-1951
Reel-frame   15/170
Box-folder   6/36
Lippincott and Company, 1948-1957
Lochner Family
Reel-frame   15/181
Box-folder   6/37-38
1932-1940 June
Reel-frame   16/1
Box-folder   6/39-41
1940 July-1957
Reel-frame   16/278
Box-folder   6/42
Lochner Relatives, 1935-1941, 1957
Reel-frame   16/369
Box-folder   6/43
Lochner, Outgoing, 1959-1963
Reel-frame   16/378
Box-folder   6/44
Lord and Colbert, 1952-1954
Reel-frame   16/397
Box-folder   6/45
Louis Ferdinand of Prussia, 1935-1956
Reel-frame   16/556
Box-folder   6/46
Ludwig, Gerhard, 1950-1956
Reel-frame   16/592
Box-folder   6/47
Lueckenhaus, Alfred, 1948-1950
Reel-frame   16/614
Box-folder   7/1
Luedke, Hermann, 1946-1953
Reel-frame   16/915
Box-folder   7/2
Luserke, Klaus, 1947-1952
Reel-frame   16/940
Box-folder   7/3
Lutheran Church, 1947-1960 July 26
Reel-frame   17/1
Box-folder   7/3
Lutheran Church, 1960 July 27-1969
Reel-frame   17/168
Box-folder   7/4
Lutheran Church, Armed Services Committee, 1946-1952
Reel-frame   17/179
Box-folder   7/5
Lutz, Hermann, 1952-1963
Reel-frame   17/223
Box-folder   7/6
L-Miscellaneous
Reel-frame   17/402
Box-folder   7/7
Maass, Michael, 1946-1950
Reel-frame   17/443
Box-folder   7/8
MacMillan Company, 1950-1963
Reel-frame   17/725
Box-folder   7/9
Maier, Adolf, 1948-1949
Reel-frame   17/737
Box-folder   7/10
Maier, Walter, 1947
Reel-frame   17/748
Box-folder   7/11
Mair, Kurt, 1947-1950
Reel-frame   17/801
Box-folder   7/12
von Mandelsloh, Eberhard, 1947-1955
Reel-frame   17/880
Box-folder   7/13
Marcus, Eric, 1947-1951
Reel-frame   17/891
Box-folder   7/14
Marshall, Verne, 1956
Reel-frame   17/904
Box-folder   7/15
Mary, Sister, 1948-1951
Reel-frame   17/913
Box-folder   7/16
Mason, Frank, 1946-1960
Reel-frame   17/926
Box-folder   7/17
Mason, John Brown, 1946-1947
Reel-frame   17/935
Box-folder   7/18
Matthies, Marie, 1950-1952
Reel-frame   17/954
Box-folder   7/19
Matzold, Louis, 1947-1950
Reel-frame   17/971
Box-folder   7/20
Maurach, Bruno, 1948-1949
Reel-frame   18/1
Box-folder   7/21
Maurer, Hans-Jorg, 1946-1950
Reel-frame   18/107
Box-folder   7/22
Mayer, Karl, 1946-1950
Reel-frame   18/152
Box-folder   7/23
Mayer, Louis, 1942-1956
Reel-frame   18/291
Box-folder   7/24
McKenzie, Vernon, 1931-1956
Reel-frame   18/304
Box-folder   7/25
Mecinska, Marie, 1947-1964
Reel-frame   18/437
Box-folder   7/26
Mehlhemmer, Grete, 1956-1957
Reel-frame   18/482
Box-folder   7/27
Menning, Irmgard, 1938-1956
Reel-frame   18/554
Box-folder   7/28
Merkel, Otto, 1947-1949
Reel-frame   18/567
Box-folder   7/29
Mertens, Gustav, 1946-1956
Reel-frame   18/662
Box-folder   7/30
Merton, Richard, 1953-1955
Reel-frame   18/674
Box-folder   7/31
Mewes, Friedrich, 1945-1947
Reel-frame   18/760
Box-folder   7/32
Meyer, Anneliese, 1948-1950
Reel-frame   18/774
Box-folder   7/33
Meyer, Dora, 1948-1950
Reel-frame   18/786
Box-folder   7/34
Meyer, Kurt, 1946-1954
Reel-frame   18/803
Box-folder   7/35
Michael, Horst, 1946
Reel-frame   18/821
Box-folder   7/36
Mills, Emma, 1950-1954
Reel-frame   18/842
Box-folder   7/37
Modern Industry, 1947
Reel-frame   18/850
Box-folder   7/38
Moeller-Krumbholz, Dorothea, 1945-1948
Reel-frame   18/890
Box-folder   7/39
Mooney, James D., 1939-1957
Reel-frame   19/1
Box-folder   7/40
Mueller-Clemm, Wolfgang, 1947-1951
Reel-frame   19/36
Box-folder   7/41
Mueller-Jabusch, Maximilian, 1947-1952
Reel-frame   19/50
Box-folder   7/42
Mueller-Petra, Anna, 1947-1950
Reel-frame   19/73
Box-folder   7/43
M-Miscellaneous
Reel-frame   19/307
Box-folder   8/1
Nafziger, Ralph, 1953-1961
Reel-frame   19/347
Box-folder   8/2
Nagel, Frithjof, 1954-1955
Reel-frame   19/355
Box-folder   8/3
Neitzel, Kurt, 1949-1957
Reel-frame   19/375
Box-folder   8/4
New School for Social Research, 1951
Reel-frame   19/402
Box-folder   8/5
New York Times, 1958-1964
Reel-frame   19/419
Box-folder   8/6
Noel, Camillo, Jr., 1948-1950
Reel-frame   19/429
Box-folder   8/7
N-Miscellaneous
Reel-frame   19/507
Box-folder   8/8
Oettingen, Edith, 1948
Reel-frame   19/545
Box-folder   8/9
Ohlert, Fritz, 1948-1949
Reel-frame   19/555
Box-folder   8/10
Ohse, C. Hermann, 1948-1951
Reel-frame   19/604
Box-folder   8/11
Oppler, Alfred, 1934-1955
Reel-frame   19/711
Box-folder   8/12
Overseas Rotary Fellowship, 1951-1957
Reel-frame   19/916
Box-folder   8/13
O-Miscellaneous
Reel-frame   19/963
Box-folder   8/14
Parkson, Alexander, 1948
Reel-frame   19/973
Box-folder   8/15
Parske, Prof. Richard, 1947-1948
Reel-frame   19/982
Box-folder   8/16
Patterson, Mrs. Kirby, 1947-1951
Reel-frame   19/1005
Box-folder   8/17
Paul, Bengt, 1948-1956
Reel-frame   20/1
Box-folder   8/18
P.E.N. Club, 1951-1957
Reel-frame   20/121
Box-folder   8/19
Perech, Ramon, 1946-1951
Reel-frame   20/130
Box-folder   8/20
Peters, Arno, 1947-1951
Reel-frame   20/155
Box-folder   8/21
Peterson, Elmer, 1948-1951
Reel-frame   20/161
Box-folder   8/22
Peterson, Rev. P.H., 1946-1956
Reel-frame   20/186
Box-folder   8/23
Petschnikoff, Lili, 1947-1956
Reel-frame   20/354
Box-folder   8/24
Pfeiffer, Karl, 1946-1949
Reel-frame   20/385
Box-folder   8/25
Pfister, Joseph H., 1948-1956
Reel-frame   20/407
Box-folder   8/26
Pickardt, Wolfgang, 1949-1959
Reel-frame   20/417
Box-folder   8/27
Piening, Dr. Werner, 1946-1950
Reel-frame   20/499
Box-folder   8/28
Plambeck, Herb, 1947-1948
Reel-frame   20/510
Box-folder   8/29
Plettl, Martin, 1942-1944
Reel-frame   20/523
Box-folder   8/30
Potter, Merle, 1947-1950
Reel-frame   20/584
Box-folder   8/31
P-Miscellaneous
Reel-frame   20/693
Box-folder   8/32
Rapps, Grover H., 1954-1955
Reel-frame   20/702
Box-folder   8/33
Rasche, Thea, 1953-1954
Reel-frame   20/709
Box-folder   8/34
Rau, Dr. Hermann, 1947-1956
Reel-frame   20/737
Box-folder   8/35
Raumer, Dr. Hans von, 1947-1949
Reel-frame   20/787
Box-folder   8/36
Rauschning, Dr. Hermann, 1946-1956
Reel-frame   20/832
Box-folder   8/37
Rechenberg, Hans, 1946-1952
Reel-frame   20/879
Box-folder   8/38
Regnery, Henry, 1948-1956
Reel-frame   21/1
Box-folder   8/39
Rese, Lore, 1948-1950
Reel-frame   21/30
Box-folder   8/40
von Rekowski, Ala, Hildegard, Wilfried, 1946-1956
Reel-frame   21/164
Box-folder   8/41
Reswick, William, 1950-1951
Reel-frame   21/220
Box-folder   8/42
Reuter, Paul, 1934-1956
Reel-frame   21/237
Box-folder   8/43
Rheinbaden, Frhr, von, 1946-1947
Reel-frame   21/267
Box-folder   8/44
Rheinbaden, Werner von, 1954-1956
Reel-frame   21/293
Box-folder   8/45
Richter, Mrs. Charlotte and Miss Eva, 1946-1956
Reel-frame   21/364
Box-folder   8/46
Ridder, Victor, 1944-1950
Reel-frame   21/381
Box-folder   8/47
Riess, Curt, 1947-1948
Reel-frame   21/398
Box-folder   8/48
Reiss, Rudolf, 1947
Reel-frame   21/410
Box-folder   8/49
Ritgen, Wolfgang, 1946-1950
Reel-frame   21/523
Box-folder   8/50
Robinson, Edgar E., 1952-1957
Reel-frame   21/533
Box-folder   8/51
Roesti, Max and Rose, 1947-1949
Reel-frame   21/552
Box-folder   8/52
Rogatzky, Max, 1946-1956
Reel-frame   21/713
Box-folder   8/53
Rohland, Dr. Walter, 1955-1956
Reel-frame   21/732
Box-folder   8/54
Rolland, Marie Romain, 1949-1950
Reel-frame   21/754
Box-folder   8/55
Romberg, Alfred, 1948-1951
Reel-frame   21/789
Box-folder   8/56
Rosenberg, Ilse, 1946-1951
Reel-frame   21/927
Box-folder   8/57
Roth, Eugen and Hermann, 1946-1948
Reel-frame   22/1
Box-folder   8/58
Rothfels, Prof. Hans, 1947-1949
Reel-frame   22/9
Box-folder   9/1
R-Miscellaneous
Reel-frame   22/160
Box-folder   9/2
Sander, Karl A., 1947-1952
Reel-frame   22/170
Box-folder   9/3
Saucken, Hans, 1953-1955
Reel-frame   22/196
Box-folder   9/4
Schadewaldt, Hans, 1947-1955
Reel-frame   22/248
Box-folder   9/5
Schalke, M., 1948
Reel-frame   22/262
Box-folder   9/6
Scharrer, Helene, 1946-1956
Reel-frame   22/495
Box-folder   9/7
Schartiger, Ella, 1946-1952
Reel-frame   22/519
Box-folder   9/8
Schaube-Kuffler, Charlotte, 1948-1951
Reel-frame   22/550
Box-folder   9/9
Scheel, Margot, 1948-1949
Reel-frame   22/570
Box-folder   9/10
Scheele, Alexander, 1945-1949
Reel-frame   22/657
Box-folder   9/11
Scheurer, Antonie, 1946-1948
Reel-frame   22/671
Box-folder   9/12
Scheyer, Waldemar A., 1947-1956
Reel-frame   22/709
Box-folder   9/13
Schiedeck, Paula, 1946-1947
Reel-frame   22/730
Box-folder   9/14
Schieferdecker, Karl, 1947-1952
Reel-frame   22/773
Box-folder   9/15
Schieschke, Gottfried, 1947-1948
Reel-frame   22/782
Box-folder   9/16
Schietzold, Edelgard, 1950-1951
Reel-frame   22/789
Box-folder   9/17
Schlemann, Dr. J., 1943-1952
Reel-frame   22/842
Box-folder   9/18
Schleussner, Dr. Carl Adolf, 1948-1956
Reel-frame   22/852
Box-folder   9/19
Schmidt, Frieda, 1953-1956
Reel-frame   22/909
Box-folder   9/20
Schmidt, Karl, 1954-1956
Reel-frame   22/921
Box-folder   9/21
Schmieder, Fritz Davidson, 1947-1948
Reel-frame   22/935
Box-folder   9/22
Schnee, Mrs. Ada, 1954-1956
Reel-frame   22/946
Box-folder   9/23
Schneekluth, Franz, 1952-1956
Reel-frame   23/1
Box-folder   9/24
Schneider, Hannes, 1938-1954
Reel-frame   23/46
Box-folder   9/25
Schnetler, Max, 1946, 1952
Reel-frame   23/102
Box-folder   9/26
Schneyder, Erich, 1947-1957
Reel-frame   23/172
Box-folder   9/27
Schroeder, Herbert, 1947-1950
Reel-frame   23/185
Box-folder   9/28
Schroeter, Charlotte, 1948-1952
Reel-frame   23/208
Box-folder   9/29
Schuck, Dr. Walter P., 1951-1952
Reel-frame   23/226
Box-folder   9/30
Schuler, J. E., 1950-1951
Reel-frame   23/244
Box-folder   9/31
Schuerer, Nora, 1948-1950
Reel-frame   23/255
Box-folder   9/32
Schurz Memorial Foundation, 1950-1956
Reel-frame   23/274
Box-folder   9/33
Schwab, Herman, 1947-1957
Reel-frame   23/357
Box-folder   9/34
Schwerdtfeger, Walter, 1935-1954
Reel-frame   23/401
Box-folder   9/35
von Sell, Auguste, 1948-1949
Reel-frame   23/456
Box-folder   9/36
von Sell, Sibylle, 1956-1957
Reel-frame   23/471
Box-folder   9/37
Semler, Dr. Rudolf, 1947-1950
Reel-frame   23/510
Box-folder   9/38
Senatra, Edoardo, 1947-1956
Reel-frame   23/544
Box-folder   9/39
Sernow, Helmut and Inge, 1947-1948
Reel-frame   23/565
Box-folder   9/40
Simmen, Conrad Ferdinand, 1946-1956
Reel-frame   23/582
Box-folder   9/41
Sinnreich, Paul F., 1947-1951
Reel-frame   23/647
Box-folder   9/43
Sinsheimer, Bernard, 1946-1957
Reel-frame   23/850
Box-folder   9/42
Siple, William, 1947-1950
Reel-frame   23/914
Box-folder   9/44
Sommerfeld, Martin, 1947-1950
Reel-frame   23/876
Box-folder   9/45
Speckner, Dr. C.C. and Herbert, 1946-1956
Reel-frame   23/1027
Box-folder   9/46
Spitzenberger, Joh., 1947-1949
Reel-frame   24/1
Box-folder   9/47
Stampfer, Friedrich, 1943
Reel-frame   24/10
Box-folder   9/48
Stanietki, J., 1949-1954
Reel-frame   24/25
Box-folder   9/49
Stargardt, Dr. Otto and Edith, 1947-1957
State Historical Society of Wisconsin
Reel-frame   24/118
Box-folder   9/50
1965-1966 March
Reel-frame   24/284
Box-folder   9/51
1966 April-August
Reel-frame   24/410
Box-folder   9/52
1966 September-December
Reel-frame   24/495
Box-folder   9/53
Stegemann, O., 1948-1949
Reel-frame   24/518
Box-folder   9/54
Stein, Werner and Nancy, 1946-1949
Reel-frame   24/575
Box-folder   9/55
Steiner, Arthur, Heinrich, John P., 1946-1951
Reel-frame   24/629
Box-folder   9/56
Steinkopf, Al, 1948-1952
Reel-frame   24/638
Box-folder   10/1
Stolper, Ernest G., and Mrs. Tony, 1948-1950
Reel-frame   24/660
Box-folder   10/2
Straatmann, Ellen, 1947-1952
Reel-frame   24/721
Box-folder   10/3
von Strahl, O., 1943-1948
Reel-frame   24/767
Box-folder   10/4
Struenck, Elisabeth, 1946-1950
Reel-frame   24/799
Box-folder   10/5
von Stumm, F., 1948-1949
Reel-frame   24/813
Box-folder   10/6
Styra, Robert, 1946-1969
Reel-frame   24/852
Box-folder   10/7
Swet, Gershon, 1950-1957
Reel-frame   24/868
Box-folder   10/8
Szonn, Kurt, 1949-1957
Reel-frame   24/943
Box-folder   10/9
Sa-Sch - Miscellaneous
Reel-frame   25,1
Box-folder   10/10
Sci-Szo - Miscellaneous
Reel-frame   25,225
Box-folder   10/11
Terry, Mack W., 1949
Reel-frame   25,232
Box-folder   10/12
Tevis, Sally, 1949-1952
Reel-frame   25,325
Box-folder   10/13
Thiel, Josef Karl, 1954-1955
Reel-frame   25,379
Box-folder   10/14
Thiele, Else, 1946-1956
Reel-frame   25,429
Box-folder   10/15
Thoene, Wilhelm and Adele, 1948-1956
Reel-frame   25,466
Box-folder   10/16
Thomas, Dr. Robert, 1948-1951
Reel-frame   25,597
Box-folder   10/17
Thorstad, Mrs. Aagot, 1948-1950
Reel-frame   25,616
Box-folder   10/18
Trauttmansdorff, Max, 1946-1950
Reel-frame   25,677
Box-folder   10/19
Tyrolf, Georg, 1935-1956
Reel-frame   25,765
Box-folder   10/20
T-Miscellaneous
Reel-frame   25,835
Box-folder   10/21
United Nations, 1949-1952
Reel-frame   25,847
Box-folder   10/22
United Overseas Press, 1954
Reel-frame   25,855
Box-folder   10/23
United States State Department, 1939, 1949-1956, 1959
Reel-frame   25,906
Box-folder   10/24
United States War Department (Defense Dept.), 1942-1954
Reel-frame   26/1
Box-folder   10/25
United States Government - Other
Reel-frame   26/4
Box-folder   10/26
von Unruh, Mira and Sigrid, 1946-1955
Reel-frame   26/17
Box-folder   10/27
U-Miscellaneous
Reel-frame   26/108
Box-folder   10/28
Valparaiso University, 1949-1956
Reel-frame   26/149
Box-folder   10/29
Van Wagoner, Murray D., 1948-1949
Reel-frame   26/164
Box-folder   10/30
Verplaetse, Dr. Julian, 1948-1956
Reel-frame   26/217
Box-folder   10/31
Vogler, Paul, 1948-1949
Reel-frame   26/226
Box-folder   10/32
Voigt, Harald E., 1946-1948
Reel-frame   26/241
Box-folder   10/33
Voller, Hans, 1946-1957
Reel-frame   26/315
Box-folder   10/34
Voorhees, Tracy S., 1947-1957
Reel-frame   26/351
Box-folder   10/35
V-Miscellaneous
Reel-frame   26/386
Box-folder   10/36
Wagner, Paul, 1949-1952
Reel-frame   26/408
Box-folder   10/37
Wahl, Harry and Kay, 1956
Reel-frame   26/420
Box-folder   10/38
Walther League, 1956
Reel-frame   26/436
Box-folder   10/39
Wartburg Theological Seminary, 1954-1955
Reel-frame   26/452
Box-folder   10/40
Wegmeiser fur Heimatvertriebene, Steinbichl, Dr. Wolfgang, 1953-1957
Reel-frame   26/519
Box-folder   10/41
Weiss, Therese, 1947-1952
Reel-frame   26/553
Box-folder   10/43
Wheeler-Bennett, John, 1946-1955
Reel-frame   26/566
Box-folder   10/42
Wheeler, Burton K., 1948-1949
Reel-frame   26/578
Box-folder   10/44
Whitcomb, Philip, 1948-1956
Reel-frame   26/590
Box-folder   10/45
Whyte, John, 1942, 1948-1952
Reel-frame   26/674
Box-folder   10/46
Wiegand, Karl von, 1949-1957
Reel-frame   26/688
Box-folder   10/47
Wilde, Hedwig and Jochen and Gerda, 1946-1956
Reel-frame   26/768
Box-folder   10/48
Wiley, Alexander, 1951-1952
Reel-frame   26/754
Box-folder   10/49
von Wilmowsky, Frhr., 1951-1952, 1957
Reel-frame   26/785
Box-folder   10/50
Wilson, Al and Corra, 1946-1949
Reel-frame   26/793
Box-folder   10/51
Winkler, Dr. Gustav, 1945-1954
Reel-frame   26/864
Box-folder   10/52
Winschuh, Josef, 1953-1957
Reel-frame   26/908
Box-folder   10/53
Winter, Josef, 1945-1950
Reel-frame   26/952
Box-folder   10/54
Winterfeld, Hans Karl von, 1948
Reel-frame   26/977
Box-folder   10/55
Wissmann, Hellmuth, 1946-1954
Reel-frame   27/1
Box-folder   10/56
Wisswede, Paul, 1947-1949
Reel-frame   27/45
Box-folder   10/57
Witte, George, 1947-1951
Reel-frame   27/76
Box-folder   10/58
Wnorowski, Mieczyslaw, 1951
Reel-frame   27/96
Box-folder   10/59
Wohlthat, Helmuth, 1953-1956
Reel-frame   27/102
Box-folder   10/60
Wolff, Albert, 1946-1949
Reel-frame   27/129
Box-folder   10/61
Wollmer, Dr., 1946-1951
Reel-frame   27/144
Box-folder   10/62
World Affairs Council, 1951
Reel-frame   27/155
Box-folder   10/63
World Council of Churches, 1947-1949
Reel-frame   27/166
Box-folder   11/1
Wulle, Reinhold, 1947-1949
Reel-frame   27/208
Box-folder   11/2
W-Miscellaneous
Reel-frame   27/416
Box-folder   11/3
Y.M.C.A. Committee on Friendly Relations Among Foreign Students, 1950-1953
Reel-frame   27/462
Box-folder   11/4
Youngless, Mrs. Arthur, 1947-1949
Reel-frame   27/475
Box-folder   11/5
Youth of All Nations (Leiser, Clara), 1946-1956
Reel-frame   27/584
Box-folder   11/6
Zentner, Kurt, 1954-1956
Reel-frame   27/646
Box-folder   11/7
Zienau, Meta-Judith, 1946-1957
Reel-frame   27/769
Box-folder   11/8
Zienau, Oswald, 1946-1949
Reel-frame   27/792
Box-folder   11/9
Zimmermann, Hermann and Wilina, 1945-1955
Reel-frame   27/931
Box-folder   11/10
Zimmermann, Paul F., 1947-1956
Reel-frame   27/989
Box-folder   11/11
X-Y-Z - Miscellaneous
Reel-frame   28/1
Box-folder   11/12
Lochner Unidentified, 1926-1958
Series: Speeches and Writings
Newspaper Articles
Micro 860
Wire Service Dispatches and Articles
Reel   28
Frame   54
Federated Press, 1921-1924
Reel   28
Frame   320
“European Facts,” 1923
Associated Press
Reel   28
Frame   381
1931-1940 January
Reel   29
Frame   1
1940 February-1945 January
Reel   30
Frame   1
1945 February-October
Reel   31
Frame   1
1945 November-1947
Bureau Journal
Reel   31
Frame   426
1940-1941 March
Reel   32
Frame   1
1941 April-August
Reel   33
Frame   1
1941 September-November
Clippings
Reel   33
Frame   303
Federated Press, 1921-1924
Associated Press
Reel   33
Frame   445
1931-1939
Reel   33
Frame   637
1925-1930
Reel   33
Frame   750
1935-1937 December 8
Reel   34
Frame   1
1937 December 27
Reel   34
Frame   2
1938-1947
Scrapbook
Reel   34
Frame   751
1926-1932
Reel   35
Frame   1
1933-1936
Freelance Articles and Speeches
Reel   35
Frame   309
Bibliography, 1909-1915
Reel   35
Frame   316
1903-1928
Reel   36
Frame   1
1929-1954
Reel   37
Frame   1
1955-1967
Subject File
Reel   37
Frame   910
Germany
Reel   38
Frame   394
International Relations
Reel   38
Frame   556
Journalism
Reel   38
Frame   610
Miscellany
Reel   38
Frame   848
Politics
Reel   38
Frame   878
Religion
Volumes
Reel   39
Frame   1
Henry Ford-America's Don Quixote, circa 1920
Reel   39
Frame   21
What About Germany?, 1943
Reel   40
Frame   1
“Shirtsleeve Ambassador,” circa 1945
The Goebbels Diaries, 1948
Reel   40
Frame   386
Introduction
Reel   40
Frame   490
Working Papers
Reel   40
Frame   516
Correspondence, 1947-1951, 1957
Tycoons and Tyrant, 1954
Reel   41
Frame   125
Draft; Notes
Reel   41
Frame   430
Working Papers
Always the Unexpected, 1956
Reel   41
Frame   791
Draft
Reel   42
Frame   226
Working Papers
New York, 1960
Reel   42
Frame   264
Draft #1 and #2
Herbert Hoover and Germany, 1960
Reel   42
Frame   347
Preliminary Outline
Reel   42
Frame   394
Draft #1
Reel   42
Frame   663
Draft #2
Reel   42
Frame   936
Draft #3
Reel   43
Frame   1
Book Reviews
Radio Scripts
National Broadcasting Company
Reel   43
Frame   369
1938, 1942-1943 October 20
Reel   44
Frame   1
1943 October 21-1944 August 31
Reel   45
Frame   1
1944 September 1-December
Reel   45
Frame   108
Broadcast Editorial Reports, 1960-1962
Reel   45
Frame   344
Miscellaneous Scripts, 1946-1952
Micro 860/U.S. Mss 21AF
Series: Diaries
Reel-frame   45/414
Box-folder   11/13-15
1915-1934
Reel-frame   46/1
Box-folder   11/16-18
1934-1940
Reel-frame   47/1
Box-folder   11/19-22
1940-1948
Reel-frame   48/1
Box-folder   11/23
Series: Notes, 1928-1962
Series: Interviews, 1922-1968
Reel-frame   48/186
Box-folder   11/24
Adenauer, Konrad, 1952
Reel-frame   48/189
Box-folder   11/25
Friedrich, Wilhelm, 1932
Reel-frame   48/219
Box-folder   11/26
Goering, Hermann, 1945
Reel-frame   48/230
Box-folder   11/27
Gorki, Maxim, 1924
Reel-frame   48/239
Box-folder   11/28
Hess, Rudolf, 1945
Reel-frame   48/256
Box-folder   11/29
Hitler, Adolf, 1932-1933
Reel-frame   48/282
Box-folder   11/30
Keyserling, Hermann, 1927
Reel-frame   48/306
Box-folder   11/31
Kreisler, Fritz, 1923
Reel-frame   48/316
Box-folder   11/32
Liebermann, Max, 1928
Reel-frame   48/326
Box-folder   11/33
Lochner, Louis, 1947; 1968
Reel-frame   48/401
Box-folder   11/34
Martens, Ludwig, 1922
Reel-frame   48/412
Box-folder   11/35
Rakowsky, V., 1922
Reel-frame   48/417
Box-folder   11/36
Reinhardt, Max, 1925
Reel-frame   48/426
Box-folder   11/37
von Ribbentrop, Joachim, 1945
Reel-frame   48/428
Box-folder   11/38
von Schirach, Baldir, 1935
Reel-frame   48/484
Box-folder   11/39
Wilhelm II, 1928
Series: Subject Files, 1914-1968
Micro 860
Hoover Economic Mission to Germany and Austria, 1947
Reel   48
Frame   498
Reports
Reel   48
Frame   617
Clippings
Overseas Press Club, 1946-1968
Reel   48
Frame   631
Committee Reports, 1946-1968
Reel   48
Frame   706
Constitutional Revisions, 1956, 1963
Correspondence
Reel   48
Frame   754
1946-1955 June
Reel   49
Frame   1
1955 June-1968
Reel   49
Frame   871
Correspondents' Fund, 1951-1960
Reel   49
Frame   990
Financial Reports, 1950-1956
Minutes
Reel   49
Frame   1019
1950-1955 September
Reel   50
Frame   1
1955 September-1956
Reel   50
Frame   182
Presidential Reports, 1950-1956
Reel   50
Frame   247
Presidential Speeches, 1951-1956
Reel   50
Frame   348
Miscellany, 1950-1956
“Peace Activities,” 1914-1919
Correspondence
Reel   50
Frame   502
1914-1917 May
Reel   51
Frame   1
1917 May-1919
Public Relations Material
Reel   51
Frame   29
Printed Matter, 1914-1918
Reel   51
Frame   289
Statements, 1916-1917
Reel   51
Frame   354
Press Releases, 1915-1916
Reel   51
Frame   444
Clippings, 1915-1917
Working Papers
Reel   51
Frame   695
Reports, Agenda, 1916-1917
Reel   51
Frame   922
Financial Records, circa 1917
United Nations Expert Committee on Office of Public Information, 1957-1959
Lochner Files
Correspondence
Reel   51
Frame   938
1957-1958 December
Reel   52
Frame   1
1958 December-1959
Reel   52
Frame   63
Working Papers, 1958
Committee Files
Reel   52
Frame   126
Mandate and Rules, 1957-1958
Committee Report, 1958
Reel   52
Frame   146
Final Draft, 1958
Reel   52
Frame   224
Preliminary Draft and Fragments, 1958
Reel   52
Frame   482
Minutes, 1958
Interview Transcripts, 1958
Reel   52
Frame   642
#1-#10
Reel   53
Frame   1
#11-#33
Reel   54
Frame   1
#34-#48
Reel   55
Frame   1
#48 (continued)-#70
Reel   56
Frame   1
#71-#78
Committee Papers, 1958
Reel   56
Frame   518
1-10
Reel   56
Frame   766
11-20
Reel   56
Frame   802
21-30
Reel   56
Frame   851
31-40
Reel   56
Frame   916
41-45
Reel   56
Frame   977
46-50
Reel   57
Frame   1
46-50
Reel   57
Frame   281
51-60
Reel   57
Frame   336
61-70
Reel   57
Frame   381
71-74
Reel   57
Frame   423
U.N. Information Center Papers, 1958
Reel   57
Frame   586
U.N. Information Center Exhibits, 1958
Reel   57
Frame   927
Correspondence, 1958
Reel   57
Frame   975
Comment and Criticism, 1958
Reel   58
Frame   1
Financial Material, 1957, 1958
Reel   58
Frame   23-51
Clippings, 1958
Reel   58
Frame   298-596*
Internal Communications, 1958 (file filmed out of order)
Series: Miscellany
Reel   58
Frame   52
Communist Propaganda, circa 1930s
Reel   58
Frame   218
Foreign Correspondents List, 1930-1937
Reel   58
Frame   233
von Harnack Mss., undated
Reel   58
Frame   257
Hassel-Odenwater Mss., undated
Reel   58
Frame   290-297*
von Hindenburg Letter, 1930
Reel   58
Frame   597-672*
Newspaper Licensing, 1949
Reel   58
Frame   673
Press Instructions, 1935-1941
Reel   58
Frame   768
Report on Conditions in the Russian Zone, 1947
Reel   58
Frame   957
Report on Indo-China, 1945
Report on Russo-German Relations (1922-1941), 1946
Reel   58
Frame   992
Sarre Manuscript, undated
Reel   58
Frame   1049
Hitler's “Schricklichkeit” Speech Notes, 1939
Reel   58
Frame   1057
Unsorted Miscellany
Reel   59
Frame   1
Series: Memorabilia, 1903-1972
Reel   59
Frame   111
Unbound clippings, 1903-1972
Reel   60
Scrapbook #1, 1941 December-1942 September
Reel   60
Scrapbook #2, 1942 September-1943 April
Reel   60
Scrapbook #3, 1943 May-1944 October
Reel   60
Scrapbook #4, 1944 October-1946 December
Audio 655A
Series: Tape Recordings
655A/1
“German Editorial,” 1944 March 11
Scope and Content Note: Robert Lochner broadcasting the news in German for airing in Germany. An ABSIE broadcast for the O.W.I. under the auspices of NBC. Copy of broken Disc 144A.
655A/2
“Communications and the Mass Produced Mind,” 1958 January 25
Scope and Content Note: Address delivered by Louis P. Lochner for the opening of the Mass Communications History Center at the Wisconsin Historical Society. Transcript included with collection.
655A/3
1967 August 27, Discussion
Scope and Content Note: A roundtable discussion by five journalists from four countries on Germany's pre-World War II past and post World War II present and future on the Werner Hoefer Show. Participants include Lochner, Emil Williams (England), Karl Mayer and Karl Silek (Germany) and Jean Douté (France). The discussion is in German.
655A/4
undated, Interview with Lochner by Alfred Joachim Fischer
Scope and Content Note: Lochner discusses his experiences during the Weimar Republic and the early years of the Third Reich. His discussion mentions Goebbels, Bruning, and various journalists such as Dorothy Thompson. Recorded in German.
655A/5
1961 October 19, Lochner's Speech to the Bonn Press Club
Scope and Content Note: He discusses his book Herbert Hoover and Germany. Recorded in German.
655A/6
1963 July 21, Discussion of Lochner's Relationship with Herbert Hoover
Note: Recorded in German for broadcast over radio RIAS in Berlin.
655A/7
1965 August 24, Discussion entitled “Report from New York”
Scope and Content Note: Lochner converses about the origins of the two world wars and presents some reminiscences and thoughts about international relations.
655A/8
1961 December 9, “Berlin as an International City,”
Scope and Content Note: A Broadcast Editorial Reports “Globalcast” on neutralizing Berlin as the seat of the United Nations.
655A/9
1961 circa September 26, Three “Globalcast” editorials
Scope and Content Note: One is by Norwood F. Allman (“Professional Neutralism”), another is by George Elliott (“What Next in New Guinea”), and the third is by Lochner on the relationship between chess playing and Russian world stragegy.
655A/10
circa 1961, Two “Globalcast” editorials
Scope and Content Note: The first “The Food Situation in Germany” is by Lochner and the second by a journalist named Granitsas is entitled “Problems of United Nations Membership.”
655A/11
1961 circa November 15, Three “Globalcast” editorials
Scope and Content Note: The first is by George Smith (“What Lies Ahead in 1962”), the second is (“New Chemical Weapons”) by George F. Elliot, and the third (437) is by Lochner, “What East Berliners Know about the Rest of the World.”
655A/12
1961 circa November 15, Two “Globalcast” editorials
Scope and Content Note: The first by Lochner is entitled “RIAS and East Berlin” and the second “Taiwan: Bastion of the Free World” is by Norwood F. Allman.
655A/13
1961 circa November, Three “Globalcast” editorials
Scope and Content Note: The first entitled “What Life is Like in the Midst of Communism” is by James Sheldon, the second, “The Suez Canal Is a News Item Again” is by George Elliot, and the third (429), “A New Scientific Development” is by Lochner. The latter discusses changes in the earth's electromic field and its impact on human behavior.
655A/14
1961 circa November, Two “Globalcast” editorials
Scope and Content Note: The first, “The Spread of Communism in Southern Germany” is by Lochner and the second by Norwood F. Allman is entitled “Record Events in Dutch New Guinea.”
655A/15
circa 1961, Two “Globalcast” editorials
Scope and Content Note: The first “Factory Life in Southern Germany” is by Lochner and the second by Norwood F. Allman is entitled “Recent Events in Dutch New Guinea.”
655A/16
1962 circa January 18, Two “Globalcast” editorials
Scope and Content Note: The first (448) by Lochner is entitled “The Red Assault Upon Latin America from Germany” and the second “The French Underground Resistance in Algeria” is by Hal Lehrman.
655A/17
undated, A “Globalcast” Editorial by Lochner on the Subject of Neutralizing Berlin
655A/18
undated, A Short Autobiographical Interview with Lochner
Scope and Content Note: He discusses his experiences during World War I and as a journalist in the Third Reich.
655A/19
undated, A Post-World War II Discussion by Lochner of Freedom of the Press during the Weimar Republic and the Nazi Regime
Scope and Content Note: Includes some comments on freedom of the press in the Cold War. Recorded in German.
655A/20
1952 September 22, Excerpts of a Speech
Scope and Content Note: Lochner describes his experiences before, during, and after World War II. Recorded in German.
Disc 144A
Series: Disc Recordings
Kaltenborn Edits the News (NBC), 1943 March 9
Disc 144A/1
Part II. Louis P. Lochner substituting
Note: Partial script included with Lochner Papers.
Disc 144A/6
Part I (Broken)
Disc 144A/2
“German Editorial,” 1943 April 28
Scope and Content Note: Robert Lochner broadcasting the news in German for airing in Germany. An ABSIE broadcast for the OWI under the auspices of NBC.
Disc 144A/3
“German Editorial Round-up,” 1943 July 4
Scope and Content Note: Robert Lochner broadcasting the news in German for airing in Germany. An ABSIE broadcast for the OWI under the auspices of NBC.
Disc 144A/4
“German Editorial,” 1944 March 11
Scope and Content Note: Robert Lochner broadcasting the news in German for airing in Germany. An ABSIE broadcast for the OWI under the auspices of NBC. Broken but copied on Audio 655A.
Disc 144A/5
“German Editorial,” 1944 March 9
Scope and Content Note: Robert Lochner broadcasting the news in German for airing in Germany. An ABSIE broadcast for the OWI under the auspices of NBC. Broken.
PH 2397
Part 2 (PH 2397): Additions, 1915-1916
Physical Description: 367 photographs (1 flat box) 
Scope and Content Note: Scrapbooks of informal photographs of the Henry Ford Peace Expedition to Europe, December 4, 1915-January 15, 1916; the Neutral Conference in Stockholm in 1916; and subsequent related events.
Arrangement of the Materials: Chronological.
MCHC70-083
Part 3 (MCHC70-083): Additions, 1940, 1950-1953
Physical Description: 3.4 c.f. (3 archives boxes, 4 flat boxes, 2 card file boxes) 
Scope and Content Note: Lochner's photographs as an AP reporter covering the German advance through France and central Europe; Korean War coverage.
Access Restrictions: Access to the scrapbook and negatives in MCHC70-083 requires permission of the Visual Materials Curator.
M2003-091
Part 4 (M2003-091): Additions, 1927-1972
Physical Description: 0.4 c.f. (1 archives box) and 4 photographs 
Scope and Content Note: Additions, 1927-1972, consisting of letters, articles, and press materials of Louis P. Lochner. The letters were written while Lochner was with the Associated Press in Berlin (1927-1940); on a U.S. lecture tour after internment in Bad Nauheim (1941-1942); on assignment for Hoover Library in Germany (1946-1947); from Lebanon (Pennsylvania) during heart treatment (1949); from Essen, Germany on a research trip (1952-1953); and during examination of UN information services (1958). Also included are many letters to and from Herbert Hoover concerning the library project, several newspaper articles written by Lochner, and documentation of a University of Wisconsin (Madison) School of Journalism function held in his honor. In addition there are four photographs (1970-1972, undated).
M2011-084
Part 5 (M2011-084): Additions, 1916
Physical Description: 0.4 c.f. (1 archives box) 
Scope and Content Note: Additions, 1916, relating to the Henry Ford Peace Expedition in 1916 with minutes, proposals, alternatives, motions, telegrams, and correspondence between parties, including but not limited to Dr. Aked, Miss Berg, Mr. Lindhagen, Dr. Bergman, Dr. Schenck, Dr. Gjelsvik, and Mr. Ole Solnordal. Details regarding the Neutral Conference in Stockholm, Sweden, are included as well as minutes up to the the thirty-first meeting for the Neutral Conference for Continuous Mediation, speeches by Mayor Lindhagen and Louis Lochner, reports and meeting minutes for the Committee on Publicity and Propaganda. An assortment of receipts and records are also included and are largely in German.
Box   1
Folder   1
Henry Ford Peace Expedition, 1916
Box   1
Folder   2
Neutral Conference in Stockholm, Sweden, 1916
Box   1
Folder   3
Library bulletins, 1916
Box   1
Folder   4
News clippings
Box   1
Folder   5
Receipts and records