Milwaukee-Downer College Records, 1840-1964

Container Title
Micro 1148
Series: Materials Microfilmed in 1988
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Miscellaneous personal material, 1947-1979
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1934-1948, Correspondence
1948, articles
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Frame   396
Moses, Robert
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“Mudslinging in American Political Campaigns” for Mercury
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“Psychology for a Quarter” for Tomorrow
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Frame   568
1949-1950, Correspondence
1950, articles
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Gettler, Alexander, for Harpers
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Frame   718
New York mayoral campaign
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Frame   729
Vinson, Fred, for Colliers
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1951-1952, Correspondence
1952, articles
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“Battle of Fillibuster: New Round Opens,” for NY Times Magazine
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“A Campaign Manager's Dream Candidate,” for NY Times Magazine
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Frame   83
Ghostwriting
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Frame   126
Public opinion polls, for Colliers and NY Times Magazine
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Frame   209
“TV or Not TV - the Question on Capitol Hill,” for Colliers
1953
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Frame   316
Correspondence, 1953
Articles
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Frame   444
“Be Kind to your New Congressman,” for Saturday Eve Post
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Frame   553
“The Decanonization of Senator Capehart”
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Frame   610
Educational television, for Reporter
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Frame   736
“Plight of the Cities,” for Colliers
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Roosevelt, Eleanor
1954
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Frame   27
Correspondence
Articles
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Frame   142
Humor in politics, for NY Times Magazine
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Frame   195
“United Nations”
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“The War of the Microphones”
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Frame   395
“A Window on Washington,” for Progressive
1955
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Frame   407
Correspondence
Articles
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Frame   561
Dixon, Edgar and Eugene A. Yates, for Progressive
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Frame   605
“Dr. Waterfront,” for Colliers
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“Electronic Brains - are they Human?” for NY Times Magazine
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Freshman congressmen, for NY Times Magazine
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Frame   814
“Human Sacrifices,” for NY Times Magazine
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Frame   872
Labor - PAC and LLPE, for Reporter
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Frame   930
Nixon, Richard
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Public relations, for Reporter
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Frame   156
“Transition to the Automatic Age,” for Reporter, NY Times Magazine, Mechanics Illustrated
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Frame   445
“Vice-presidency,” for Colliers
1956
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Frame   553
Correspondence
Articles
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Frame   709
Black vote in northern cities, for Reporter
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“Coattail Special,” for Reporter
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Collapse of American communist party, for Reporter
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“Those Efficient Europeans,” for Colliers
1957
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Frame   931
Correspondence
Articles
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Frame   1
Airlines, for Reporter
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Columns for New Statesman
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Federal Communications Commission, for Reporter
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Leisure, for Reporter
1958
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Frame   239
Correspondence
Articles
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Frame   308
Columns for New Statesman
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Frame   416
“Every Man a Nabob,” for Reporter
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Frame   463
“Penn Ave Gets Longer and Longer,” for Reporter
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“The Railroads - Overlord to Underdog,” for Reporter
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Frame   602
“What's Happening to Education?” for Redbook
1959
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Correspondence
Articles
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Columns for New Statesman
1960
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Frame   916
Correspondence, 1960
Articles
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“Campaign Funds,” for Life
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Chicago Police, for Reporter
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Columns for New Statesman
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“Fat Cats and Kingmakers,” for Life
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Frame   250
Public opinion polls, for Coronet & NY Times Magazine
White House Fever (Harcourt, Brace), 1960
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Frame   331
Related correspondence, 1959-1963
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Frame   372
Kefauver-Stevenson research material and notes
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Frame   481
Forward and captions
Chapters
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I
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II
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Frame   750
III
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Frame   872
IV
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Frame   1
V
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Frame   134
VI
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Frame   209
VII
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VIII
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IX
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X
1961
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Correspondence, 1961
Articles
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Frame   586
Columns for New Statesman
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Frame   647
Cultural exchange program, for Show
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Frame   1
Labor, for Reporter
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“25 Ways to Save Broadway,” for Show
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“Man in the Middle - the State Legislator,” NBC White Paper
1962
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Correspondence
Articles
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“Are We Powerless to Prevent War?” for Redbook
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Euphemisms, for Pageant
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“Our Right Not to Believe,” for Saturday Eve Post
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“Teachers Who Don't Teach,” for Horizon
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1963-1964, Correspondence
1964
Articles
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“Computers and Elections,” for Life
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“July 1964: Nominating the President,” for America
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1964, Illinois campaign, for Reporter
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“Poverty: 35 Years ago and Today” for Redbook, revision for NY Times Magazine (1968)
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Teacher education, for Redbook
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“Uglification” of the U.S., for Redbook
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“Vice-presidency” for Life
Obstacle Course on Capitol Hill (McGraw Hill)
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Frame   723
Related correspondence, 1962-1964
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Frame   763
Preface and forward
Chapters
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I
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II
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Frame   240
III
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Frame   340
IV
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Frame   495
V
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Frame   567
VI
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VII
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VIII
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IX
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X
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Bibliography
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“Federal Support for the Performing Arts: Programs and Prospects”, Rockefeller Brothers Fund special report
1965
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Correspondence
Articles
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Cultural explosion, for Redbook
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“John Lindsay: the Future of a Man and a Party”
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Police brutality
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The Pulitzer Prize, for McCalls
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Review of Lilienthal journals for NY Times Magazine
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“25 Years ago - a Reminiscence,” for Nation
1966
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Correspondence
Just Around the Corner (Harper & Row)
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Related correspondence, 1963-1967
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Forward and outline
Chapters
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I
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II
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III
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IV
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V
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VI
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VII
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VIII
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Frame   84
IX
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Frame   181
Afterword, captions, and lists of illustrations
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Frame   207
Galley proofs
1968
Articles
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Humphrey, Hubert
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“Looking Forward - Some Notes for Young Americans”
The Politics of the Schools (Harper & Row), 1969
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Related correspondence, 1964-1967
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Miscellaneous notes
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Outline and preface
Parts
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I
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II
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III
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IV
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V
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Bibliography
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Galley proofs
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Publication notices and reviews
1970
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Article, “25 Years and Worlds Apart,” for NY Times Magazine
1983, interviews
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Kissinger, Henry, in American Heritage Magazine
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Stewart, Potter