FRANCIS BIDDLE PAPERS: SERIES: 2. Correspondence: Chronological


Box Folder Title Date Description . . . .

6 1 Correspondence 1908-19 1908-19 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to/from Francis Biddle, including: - 2 TLS 6/23/1908, 6/18/1908 from Lawrence Lowell - Typed carbon 1/27/1914 from Biddle to Henry G. Brengle - 2 TLS 3/10/1914, 3/12/1914 from T. Robins re nomination of Biddle for senator. - Typed carbon 10/19/1914 from Biddle to James L. Monihan, political editor, "North American." - 2 TLS 6/19/1918, 5/30/1928 from Dr. Charles L. Minor, with carbon(s) from Biddle. - ALS 10/24/1919 from John Chapman (sp?).

6 2 Correspondence 1926-28 1926-28 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to/from Francis Biddle, including: - Typed carbon 3/2/1926 from Biddle to John G. Sargent, U.S. attorney general, tendering his resignation as assistant. - ALS 7/12/1926 from Harold Laski, with reference to Oliver Wendell Holmes. - TLS 6/2/1928 from William Thompson.

6 3 Correspondence 1932-39 1932-39 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to/from Francis Biddle, including: - Typed carbon 4/13/1932 from Biddle to Joseph F. Lamorelle, tendering his resignation from the Orphans' Court. -ALS 4//29/1933 from John Appletoft. - ALS 2/13/1934 from Horace A. Riggs. Jr. - Typed carbon 5/4/1934 from Biddle to Oliver B. Dickinson, sending regrets that he was unable to attend a luncheon honoring the latter's twenty years on the bench. - TLS 10/2/1934 from Joseph N. Pew, Jr., chairman, Finance Committee of the Republican National Committee and Republican State Committee of Pennsylvania. - ALS 12/21/1936 from Mateo Hernandez (in French), praising the publication of some of Katherine Biddle's poetry; and referring to Cornelia Chapin. - TLS 3/18/1937 from Walter A. Gay, Jr. - TLS 12/20/1938 from Vic Donahey, senator. -Telegram 12/21/1938 from Chester Morrill, notifying Biddle that he has been appointed deputy chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia. - TLS 2/28/1939 from Albert S. Faught, congratulating Biddle on his appointment to the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit. - TLS 2/28/1939 from William Fulton Kurtz, president, The Pennsylvania Company, congratulating Biddle on his appointment to the U.S. Court of Appeals. - Carbon from Biddle to George W. Norris, dated 4/21/1939.

6 4 Correspondence 1940 1940 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to/from Francis Biddle, including: - Edward Bernays, TLS 11/25/1940 re a proposal to form a commission to boost morale in the U.S. - David Hudson, TLS 11/14/1940, praising a speech by Biddle and his administration of immigration laws. - Charles Evans Hughes, TLS 5/25/1940. - Owen J. Roberts, ALS 1/23/1940, with congratulations to Biddle on his appointment as solicitor general. - Thomas Mann, TLS 3/22/1940, re a speech by Biddle on the U.S. - Henri de Kerillis, ALS 10/13/1940, in French. Thanks Biddle for facilitating contact with Homer Byington, U.S. consul general in Montreal, and from whom he has just received a letter.

6 5 Correspondence 1941 1941 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to/from Francis Biddle, including: - Typed carbon from Adolf A. Berle, Jr., Assistant Secretary of State, to Jacob Billikopf, Labor Standards Association, 10/22/1941. Reference to Louis Brandeis. - Jacob Billikopf (?) to Albert Lasker, carbon 7/30/1941, re a pay raise request from the International Ladies' Garment Workers Union in Philadelphia. - M.E. Gilfond, director public relations, Department of Justice, TLS 12/23/1941, re a Christmas broadcast by the attorney general. - Typed carbon to Oswald W. Knauth from Biddle, 7/22/1941. - Henry C. Kessler, Jr., TLS 2/4/1941 re a radio speech given by Biddle on religious intolerance. - J. Wesley McWilliams, ALS 1/17/1941, praising a speech by Biddle. - Typed carbon to E.M. Watson from Biddle re the right of the attorney general to practice law.

6 6 Correspondence 1942 1942 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to/from Francis Biddle, including: - Jay Allen, TLS 5/18/1942. - Charles C. Burlingham, ALS 5/21/1942. - Charles T. Cowenhoven, Jr., TLS 3/17/1942. - R. Sturgis Ingersoll and Kenneth G. Crawford, "PM Daily," 2 TLS 6/10/1942 and 5/22/1942 respectively, requesting a testimonial for the journal from Biddle. - Ruth Sheldon Knowles, petroleum specialist, U.S. Department of the Interior, TLS 6/16/1942, re gift of a tiepin from the Venezuelan attorney general, Gustavo Manrique Pacanins. Includes card from Pacanins and TLS 4/11/1942 Sumner Welles. - Paul Perkins, ALS 3/13/1942. - Eugene L. Schwaab, TLS 6/4/1942, to Franklin D. Roosevelt, re Nicholas Biddle. - Ted O. Thackeray, editor, New York Post, TLS 5/22/1942, re the FBI. - Charles Weyl, TLS 4/8/1942.

6 7 Correspondence 1943 1943 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to/from Francis Biddle, including: - Mary Beggans, ALS 3/23/1943. - Elizabeth Boyer, ALS 11/15/1943. - Frank Boykin, TLS 11/5/1943. - Helen Brown, a niece, ALS 2/10/1943. - William J. Campbell, TLS 3/3/1943. - Homer Cummings (sp?), TLS 3/10/1943. - Salomon de la Selva, ALS 1/22/1943. - C.B. Dick, TL carbon, 3/10/1943. - C.W. Doyle, secretary, Central Labor Council, TLS 5/26/1943, re hiring of Japanese workers. - B.A.G. Fuller, ALS 2/2/1943. - Br. E. Ignatius, F.S.C., 2 TLS 5/13/1943, 5/24/1943. - Frank C. Walker, postmaster general, TLS 3/24/1943 re an article by Frank Waldrop. - William Stix Wasserman, TLS 9/8/1943, re future employment opportunities for Wasserman. Reference also to the situation in Europe towards the end of the war.

6 8 Correspondence 1944 1944 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to/from Francis Biddle, including: - Typed carbon from Biddle to Leonard T. Beale, 5/19/1944, re industry and government relations. - Thomas M. Durant, TLS 12/18/1944. - C.W. Elliott, TLS 5/23/1944, with reference to the Montgomery-Ward legal case and the government war effort. - C(harles?) Ervin, TLS 6/22/1944, re the management of the Democratic National Committee. - Typed carbon from Biddle to Saul Haas, U.S. Customs Service, 1/21/1944. - Robert E. Hannegan, chairman, Democratic National Committee, TLS 12/7/1944. - Typed carbon from Biddle to Laura Harlan, 10/31/1944, re an article on Justice John Marshall Harlan. Includes ALS from Laura Harlan to Biddle, 11/3/1944 about the article. - Clare Hoffman, TLS 5/1/1944 re Rudolf Hess. - Alice Kindler, ALS 5/24/1944. - Francis J. MacIntyre, TLS 11/22/1944. - Charles F. McLaughlin, American Mexican Claims Commission, TLS 4/2/1944, reporting on the visit of the commission to Mexico. - Typed carbon from Biddle to Thomas I. Parkinson, Equitable Life Assurance Society, with reference to the Foreign Funds Control program, Sherman Act, and Trading with the Enemy Act. - Nat Pieper, TLS 8/21/1944. - Caroline Sinkler, TL unsigned 1/10/1944 re visitng Henry McCarter with Emily Roosevelt during his last days of life. Includes reply from Biddle, 1/13/1944. - Daniel J. Tobin, TLS 12/21/1944. - Nat A. Townsend, TLS 1/6/1944, tendering resignation as member of the staff of the solicitor general. - Typed carbon from Biddle to William A. Widersheim, 4/3/1944, attaching an article by Biddle on John ("Jack") H. Barnes. - Ray Wilkins, assistant secretary, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, TLS 1/5/1944, praising Biddle for a statement regarding membership of African-American lawyers in the Federal Bar Association.

6 9 Correspondence 1945 1945 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to/from Francis Biddle, including: - Sir Girja Shanka Bajpai, TLS 3/10/1945. - Philip Boyer, TLS 6/2/1945. - Typed carbon from Biddle to Morris L. Ernest, 4/18/1945, praising a book by Ernest. - Mendel N. Fisher, executive director, Jewish National Fund, Inc., TLS 9/18/1945, re the dedication of a memorial to Biddle in Palestine, to be known as Biddle Grove. - C.T. Graydon, TLS 2/28/1945. - Nan Honeyman, TLS 6/28/1945. - Arthur Hopkins to Jack Balch, drama editor, St. Louis Post Dispatch, TL 8/13/1945. - Edward Kelly, TLS 4/24/1945. - Prince A.A. Nwafor Orizu, president, American Council on African Education, TLS 7/9/1945. - Typed carbon from Biddle to I.A. O'Shaughnessy, 6/29/1945. - Charles Malcolmson, director public relations, U.S Department of Justice, TLS 7/7/1945, re Biddle's departure from position as attorney general. - Eduardo Suarez, secretary of treasury of Mexico, TLS 4/13/1945, re death of Franklin D. Roosevelt. - Genebieve Tabouis, director and publisher, "Pour la Victoire," TLS 4/17/1945, re death of Franklin D. Roosevelt. - Ruth Taylor, TLS 9/29/1945, re Biddle's appointment to the International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg. - Tom J. Terral, TLS 5/19/1945, re death of Roosevelt. - Charles Myers, TLS 5/21/1945, re original wills at the law offices of Barnes, Dechert, Price and Smith, Philadelphia. - Charles C. Burlingham, TLS 1/2/1945. - Typed carbon from Biddle to Madame Wei, 2/2/1945, including typescript of a speech she gave at the University of Michigan, January 1945.

6 10 Correspondence 1946 1946 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to/from Francis Biddle, including: - Anne de Bousies, 2 ALS 5/26/1946 and 1/9/1947. - Lloyd Garrison, ALS 5/3/1946. - William Allen Jowitt, TLS 1/8/1946. Mentions mutual friend Norman Birkett. - James P. McGranery, typed carbon from Biddle 1/31/1946. Includes announcement card for McGranery's law practice. - Edward Toland, ALS 6/11/1946, criticizing Biddle's labor policies. - Frederick Vinson, TLS 6/24/1946, re his nomination as chief justice of the U.S. Supreme Court.

6 11 Correspondence 1947 1947 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to/from Francis Biddle, including: - H. Donnedieu de Vabres, 2 ALS in French, 6/13/1947, 12/20/1947. - Oscar Z. Fasman, president, Hebrew Theological College. - Frederick Brown Harris, minister, Foundry Church, Washington, D.C., expressing regret that Biddle had withdrawn from nomination for the United Nations Economic Commission. - Dorothy Kenyon, TLS 7/18/1947, re the failure of Congress to nominate Biddle for the UN Economic and Social Council. - Francis M. Shea, TLS 3/5/1947. - Helen(?) Rogers Reid, ALS 2/22/1947. - Marian B. Vince, TLS 12/8/1947 re U.S. postal rates. - Alexander M. Wilding-White - carbon copies of recommendations by Oliver H. Payne, B.H. Neblett, and Prew Savoy (dated January 1947). Includes copy of typed resume for Wilding-White.

6 12 Correspondence 1948 1948 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to/from Francis Biddle, including: - Alben W. Barkley, TLS 7/27/1948, re nomination of Barkley as Democratic presidential candidate. - William Benton, chairman of the board, Encyclopedia Britannica, forwarding a gift of the encyclopedia to Biddle, TLS 3/6/1948. - Bill Fleming, TLS 12/13/1948, requesting biographical information for a college thesis he was writing about Biddle. - Edouard Roditi, TLS 6/29/1948, a former interpreter at the Nuremberg trials, asks Biddle for a recommendation.

6 13 Correspondence 1949 1949 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to/from Francis Biddle: - Charles H. Evans, TLS 12/1/1949. - John H. Fahy, TLS 5/27/1949. - Typed carbon from Biddle to James V. Forrestal, 3/29/1949. - Lionel Friedmann, TLS 12/16/1949, re an appointment with Biddle. - Peter Grimm, 2 TLS 11/28/1949 & 1/9/1950, re honorarium for John Haynes Holmes. - R. Beverley Herbert, 2 TLS 12/22/1949 & 9/30/1966. - Robert H. Jackson, U.S. Supreme Court, TLS 6/8/1949. - Pierre LePaulle, TLS 12/8/1949 & 1/6/1950. - Typed carbon from Biddle to John McCloy, 5/20/1949. - Ernest O'Melby, chairman, Ad Hoc Committee to Lift Ban on "The Nation," TLS 12/22/1949. - Ferdinand Pecora, chairman, Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms Award, TLS 4/13/1949 re nomination of Alben Barkley to receive the award. - Datus C. Smith, Jr., TLS 3/28/1949.

6 14 Correspondence 1950 1950 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to/from Francis Biddle: - Gordon T. Bowles, executive secretary, Conference Board of Associated Research Councils, Committee on International Exchange Persons, TLS 1/5/1950. - Charles C. Collins, TLS 1/12/1950. - John A. Danaher, TLS 3/4/1950. - H. Donnedieu de Vabres, ALS in French, 10/31/1950. - W.M. Kartzmark, TLS 5/16/1950, with reference to Biddle's statements on William Howard Taft and Joseph McCarthy. - Robert W. Kenny, TLS 11/24/1950 re erroneous citation by Joseph Camp that the California Committee on Un-American Activities lists 33 citations "against" Biddle. - Eleanora Kissel, ALS 8/7/1950. - John J. Parker, TLS 4/29/1950, re confirmation of the appointment of William H. Hastie on the Circuit Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit. - Edward F. Pritchard, Jr., ALS 6/13/1950.

6 15 Correspondence 1951 1951 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to/from Francis Biddle: - Norman Brous, ALS 4/22/1951, re Biddle's book, "The World's Best Hope." - Frank W. Hubbard, director, research division, National Education Association of the United States, TLS 7/13/1951. - Marion Meigs Woods, TLS 11/14/1951, re Edward Sheldon. - Frances Perkins, commissioner, U.S. Civil Service Commission, TLS 5/25/1951.

6 16 Correspondence 1952 1952 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to/from Francis Biddle: - John Hampton Barnes, Jr., ALS 6/6/1952. - Joseph Borkin, TLS 6/13/1952, re presidential election campaign. References to Estes Kefauver, Averell Harriman and Adlai Stevenson. - Alliston Cragg, TLS 4/14/1952, re election campaign with reference to Alben Barkley, William O. Douglas, Estes Kefauver, and Harry S. Truman. - Manuel Cruz, 3 TLS dated 9/9/1952, 11/6/1953, 5/22/1954 re Spanish politics and agrarian law. - Jerome Davis, TLS 2/18/1952, re soliciting the assistance of Henry Commager on the preparation of a pamphlet on civil liberties. - William O. Douglas, TLS 3/29/1952, re his declining the nomination as presidential candidate. - Benson Ford, TLS 12/2/1952, re the National Conference of Christians and Jews. - Ralph Fuchs, TLS 12/22/1952, re the Committee on Lawyers in Federal Service of the Association of American Law Schools. - David Fyfe, ALS 12/29/1952, TLS 8/28/1956. - Lora Hays, TLS 1/18/1952, re economist Leo Cherne. - Agnes E. Meyer, ALS 1/4/1952, re T.S. Eliot's political views. - Herbert Bayard Swope, TLS 6/2/1952. - Harold Taylor, TLS 2/15/1952, re Biddle's book, "Fear of Freedom." - Robert Gilbert Vansittart, TLS 12/19/1952, sending season's greetings and referring to U.K.-U.S. relations.

6 17 Correspondence 1953 1953 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to/from Francis Biddle, including: - Anne Nagel Barrett, TLS 12/29/1953. - Typed carbon from Biddle to Walter Bergman, International Peoples College, Elsinore, Denmark, re a book about Alger Hiss and Whittaker Chambers. - Ernest Cuneo, ALS 8/4/1953, TLS 5/20/1953. - Elizabeth Gurley Flynn, TLS 4/17/1953, re the Smith Act, 1940. - Lonedana Luciolli (sp?) - ALS 7/9/1953. - Maury Maverick, TLS 5/13/1953, re Americans for Democratic Action, and the Democratic National Committee. - Earl Warren, autograph and typed drafts from Biddle, 10/7/1953.

6 18 Correspondence 1954 1954 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to/from Francis Biddle, including: - David Cecil, TLS 11/15/1954. - Allison Dunham, TLS 12/13/1954, thanking Biddle for a lecture on Oliver Wendell Holmes, given at the University of Chicago Law School. - Alan Flink, president, Government and Law Society, City College, New York, inviting Biddle to speak. - Edward H. Levi, dean, University of Chicago, re lecture by Biddle, TLS 12/10/1954. - John J. Parker, U.S. circuit judge, TLS 10/23/1954. - Howard White, TLS 10/15/1954 inviting Biddle to speak at Miami University on Oliver Wendell Holmes.

6 19 Correspondence 1955 1955 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to/from Francis Biddle, including: - A. Gordon Alderfer, American Academy of Political and Social Science, 3 TLS 3/9/1955, 3/15/1955, 4/5/1955, re lectures by Biddle. - Stuart Brown, Syracuse University, Maxwell Graduate School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, ALS 11/15/1955. - Arthur Chitty, TLS 3/10/1955, re Richard Biddle as alumni of the law department of the University of the South, Sewanee, Tennessee. - Morris L. Cooke, TLS 11/22/1955, re Biddle's article, "Walter Lippmann and Reality," (New Republic). - Alliston Cragg, TLS 1/27/1955, re Formosa (Taiwan) and China. - Charles Denby, TL unsigned 3/25/1955, re establishment of an Oliver Wendell Holmes scholarship fund at Harvard Law School. - John Fischer, Harper's Magazine, TLS 3/3/1955, re publishing a lecture by Biddle. - Henry M. Fuller, TLS 12/13/1955. - Philip B. Kurland, TLS 3/1/1955, re transcript of speech by Biddle given at the University of Chicago. - R.M. MacIver, TLS 6/3/1955, re Institute of Religious and Social Studies, New York. - Thorsten Sellin, TLS fragment, 2/10/1955.

6 20 Correspondence 1956 1956 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to/from Francis Biddle, including: - John P. Chandler, TLS 1/3/1956, enclosing a clipping (not included) re an address by Biddle to the New Hampshire Bar Association. - Leland B. Duer, TLS 5/3/1956, re Biddle's proposal to write his autobiography. - Jessica Feingold, Institute for Religious and Social Studies, TLS 4/23/1956, re speech by Biddle. - Louis Finkelstein, Jewish Theological Seminary of America, TLS 3/16/1956, inviting Biddle to lecture on "The Solution of Practical and Moral Problems through the Use of Reason: in the Operations of Institutions." - Fred L. Greenwood, Phi Beta Kappa Society, Tufts College, TLS and 2 ALS 4/3/1956-4/30/1956, re lecture by Biddle. - Eldon L. Johnson, president, University of New Hampshire, TLS 2/17/1956, re an honorarium. - Isobel Korbel, associate editor, "The New Hampshire Alumnus," University of New Hampshire, TLS 2/16/1956, re Biddle's address on campus. - Leonard Mindich, "Watermargin," Cornell University, TLS 3/15/1956, inviting Biddle to speak. - Arthur H. Nighswander, president, Bar Association of the State of New Hampshire, thanking Biddle for sending a copy of his talk, TLS 1/4/1956. - H.H. Richards, ALS 3/13/1956, thanking Biddle for birthday greetings. - John P. Roche, Haverford College, declining invitation to lunch. - Robert A. Rosenbaum, Institute for Religious and Social Studies, TLS 1/9/1956. - William F. Stevenson, president, Oberlin College, TLS 4/11/1956, inviting Biddle to speak.

6 21 Correspondence 1957 1957 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to/from Francis Biddle, including: - Erik Barnouw, editor, Center for Mass Communication, a division of Columbia University Press, TLS 1/23/1957. - Van Tuyl Boughton, TLS 1/12/1957, re Biddle's autobiography in progress. - Thomas R. Carskadon, TLS 12/16/1957, re Twentieth Century Fund. - David Fyfe, TLS 7/22/1957, thanking Biddle for sending Arthur M. Schlesinger's book, "The Crisis of the Old Order." - Tim Healey, ALS 7/9/1957. - Mary Vaughan Marvin, ALS 2/1/1957. - Charles C. Ransom, assistant cultural affairs officer, U.S. Embassy, Philippines, 2 TLS 2/25/1957, 4/12/1957. - Stanley Reed, ALS 2/21/1957 re retirement. - Dorothy L. Sarmento, secretary, Fall River Chamber of Commerce, Fall River, Mass., TLS 12/9/1957. - Robert E. Spiller, chairman, University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, TLS 11/5/1957, inviting Biddle to write a book review.

6 22 Correspondence 1958 1958 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to/from Francis Biddle, including: - J. Garner Anthony, TLS 6/2/1958. -Brooks Atkinson, "New York Times," TLS 1/30/1958. - Bill Grant, ALS 2/10/1958. - Jay Inman, ALS 9/15/1958? - Roy T. King, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, TLS 5/27/1958, forwarding an article by Marquis Childs on Fr. Coughlin (not included). - Louis H. Mayo, acting dean, George Washington University, law school, TLS 5/19/1958. - Lewis Mumford, ALS 4/6/1958 sending get well wishes. - Dwight W. Norris, "Newsweek," TLS 6/24/1958. - Morris Schonbach, history department, University of California, TLS 11/10/1958, 12/15/1958 re his college thesis on sedition cases in the U.S. during the Second World War. - Walter Smith, TLS 1/17/1958. - Thomas J. Wilson, Harvard University Press, TLS 4/25/1958.

6 23 Correspondence 1959 1959 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to/from Francis Biddle, including: - Emilie Amram, TLS 3/20/1959. - Arthur Huff Fauset, TLS 1/27/1959. - Howard R. Lamar, history department, Yale University, TLS 9/22/1959. - Richard L. Lyons, "Washington Post," TLS 6/16/1959. - Elizabeth Rowe ("Betsy"), ALS 1/23/1959. - Franklin Watkins, 3 ALS 2/15/1959, 9/4/1965, 1/5/1966, re his painting and work. - William S. White, columnist for United Features Syndicate and Washington correspondent for Harper's Magazine, 2 TLS 10/26/1959, 11/4/1959. - Edwin Wolf II, Library Company of Philadelphia, TLS 8/14/1959

6 24 Correspondence 1960 1960 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to/from Francis Biddle, including: - Robert S. Allen, TLS 3/12/1960, attaching typescript, "The Theory of the Keystone STate Observations on Kennedy's Campaign Strategy." - Robert M. Ancell, Jr., TLS 5/2/1960, with birthday greetings. - Salvador A. Andretta, TLS 3/11/1960 sending get well wishes. - Alan Barth, ALS 3/11/1960, sending get well wishes. - Richard Bolling, ALS 3/11/1960, sending get well wishes. - Nancy Caccia, ALS 3/14/1960 sending get well wishes. - Erwin D. Canham, editor, Christian Science Monitor, TLS 3/25/1960, sending get well wishes. - Charles E. Clark, U.S. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit, ALS 3/15/1960, sending well wishes. - Samuel O. Clark, TLS 3/11/1960 sending well wishes. - Charles Fahy, ALS 3/14/1960, sending well wishes. - John M. Harlan, ALS 3/17/1960, sending well wishes. - Eugene J. Keogh, TLS 3/11/1960 wishing Biddle a speedy recovery from an accidental fall. - John W. McCormack, TLS 3/11/1960, sending well wishes. - Matthew McGuire, TLS 3/14/1960, sending well wishes. - John Lord O'Brian, TLS 3/19/1960 sending get well wishes. - Francis M. Shea, TLS 3/11/1960, sending get well wishes.

6 25 Correspondence 1961 (B-E) 1961 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to/from Francis Biddle, including: - Franz Bader, TLS 5/15/1961, re publication of Biddle's autobiography, "A Casual Past." - Frederica Barach, Cosmopolitan Club, TLS 10/25/1961, re Biddle's speech to the club. - R. Stewart Rauch, Jr., typed carbon from Biddle, 5/17/1961, re Clement Cornell Biddle. - Richard G. ("Bill") Casey, TLS 5/9/1961, with reference to Alexis Leger. - Joseph S. Clark, senator, TLS 12/13/1961, with comments on Biddle's autobiography. - Mina Curtiss, TLS 11/5/1961, re "A Casual Past." - Charlotte Dodds, TLS 4/6/1961, 3/1/1950. - James A. Eldridge, editor "The Carpenter," United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America, TLS 10/18/1961. - Osborn Elliott, typed carbon from Biddle, 8/28/1961.

6 26 Correspondence 1961 (F-K) 1961 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to/from Francis Biddle, including: - David Finkelstein, TLS 4/7/1961, re Charles E. Coughlin. - William Logan Fox, TLS 10/6/1961, re errata in "A Casual Past." - Wolcott Gibbs, Doubleday & Co., carbon from Biddle, re "A Casual Past." 5/8/1961. - Julie Grenier, assistant editor, Harvard Law School Bulletin, TLS 10/31/1961. - C.V. Hauser for Richard Gardiner Casey, TLS 4/21/1961. - Patrick Hayes, TLS 11/4/1961. - Morse Hoorneman, TLS 7/12/1961, re Biddle's book, "Fear of Freedom." - Eunice Janousek, TLS 3/6/1961. - John Melville Jennings, director, Virginia Historical Society, TLS 3/9/1961. - Gerald W. Johnson, TLS 10/12/1961 re Biddle's autobiography. - Page Kirk, 2 ALS 2/1/1961 and undated.

6 27 Correspondence 1961 (M-P) 1961 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to/from Francis Biddle, including: - Patrick Murphy Malin, executive director, American Civil Liberties Union, TLS 7/14/1961, to Frank B. Frederick, general counsel, Unitarian Universalist Association, re a book by Waldo Frank to be published by the Beacon Press. Includes copy of TLS from Edward Darling, director, Beacon Press, to Patrick Malin, 7/19/1961. - Adah Marks, ALS 11/5/1961, re "A Casual Past." - Rachel Marlio (Mrs. Louis Marlio), ALS 12/24/1961 & ALS 7/12/19? - James P. McGranery, TLS 11/24/1961, re "A Casual Past." - M.Y. Michel, 6 ALS 5/8/1961-11/1/1966. - Newton N. Minow, Federal Communications Commission, carbon from Biddle 5/31/1961. - Reinhold Niebuhr, carbon from Biddle, 1/2/1961. - Fairfield Osborn, TLS 12/7/1961. - Richard R. Pleasants, business manager, Groton School, TLS 12/22/1961.

6 28 Correspondence 1961 (R-Z) 1961 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to/from Francis Biddle, including: - Eugene Rachlis, TLS 2/20/1961 re his book on Nazi saboteurs during WWII. - Edgar Ross, TLS 1/31/1961, 2/7/1961, re information about the Chapin family. - Joseph B. Satterthwaite, carbon from Biddle re "A Casual Past," 5/17/1961. - Edgar Scott, ALS and TLS 5/3/1961. - C.L. Shelly, ALS 9/30/1961 re "A Casual Past." - Robert K. Smiley, program director, People's Broadcasting Station, Radio WGAR, Cleveland, Ohio, TLS 11/7/1961, re radio broadcast review of "A Casual Past." - David S. Stern, 2 ALS 10/7/1961, 10/16/1961. - John R. Suydam, TLS 10/26/1961. - Andras Tardos, head, foreign languages department, Radio Budapest, TLS 3/24/1961. - J.E. Weems, TLS 3/25/1961, 4/20/1961. - Mabel Zahn, TLS 10/16/1961, re autograph party for Biddle.

6 29 Correspondence 1962 (A-B) 1962 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to/from Francis Biddle, including: - Henry Abraham, 2 ALS 7/17/1962, 7/25/1962. - Eugene E. Agger, ALS 1//24/1962, re "A Casual Past." - Florence D. Andrews, ALS 1/24/1962, re "A Casual Past." - D. Moreau Barringer, TLS 11/13/1962, re "In Brief Authority." - Betty Beale, carbon from Biddle, 2/10/1962. - Marion Benasutti, TLS 2/6/1962 re "A Casual Past." - Preston Boyden, ALS 2/1962. - Mimi Boyer, ALS 2/17/1962. - Felicia Bernstein, ACS, 12/26/1961. References to Biddle's autobiography, "A Casual Past."

6 30 Correspondence 1962 (C) 1962 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to/from Francis Biddle, including: - John H. Caldwell, TLS 11/26/1962 requesting Biddle's autograph. - Erwin Canham, typed carbon from Biddle, 1/15/1962, 12/19/1962. - Stuart Chase, TLS 12/12/1962, re "In Brief Authority." - Henry and Esther Clifford, ACS, Christmas 1962. - Grace P. Comans, "The Hartford Courant," re review of "A Casual Past." Carbon from Biddle. - Mary C. Cooper, News-Free Press, typed carbon from Biddle, 2/9/1962 with attached clipping of review of "A Casual Past." - Ed Cray, associate editor, "Frontier," re an article on Roosevelt and the Cold War, TLS 6/27/1962.

6 31 Correspondence 1962 (D) 1962 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to/from Francis Biddle, re "In Brief Authority," including: - Anne Tredick Dickey, TLS 3/6/1962. - Harold W. Dodds, TLS 11/27/1962. - Sarah Schuyler Doscher, ALS 12/5/1962. - Elizabeth Drewry, director, General Services Administration, TLS 11/21/1962, 12/3/1962.

6 32 Correspondence 1962 (E) 1962 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to/from Francis Biddle, including: - Walter D. Edmonds, Harvard University Bulletin, TLS 1/4/1962. - James A. Eldridge, editor, "The Carpenter," TLS 11/19/1962. - Thomas H. Eliot, chancellor, Washington University, Saint Louis, TLS 11/19/1962. - Osborn Elliott, "Newsweek," carbon from Biddle, 11/13/1962. - Edward Ennis, TLS 3/15/1962. - Frances Ervin, ALS Christmas 1962. References to "In Brief Authority."

6 33 Correspondence 1962 (F) 1962 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to/from Francis Biddle, with many references to "In Brief Authority," including: - Charles Fahy, TLS 12/12/1962. - Walter Fisher, "Law School Record," University of Chicago, carbon from Biddle, 4/3/1962. - Henry Foster, ALS 7/25/1962 attaching notice of death of Frances Foster. - Robert D. Franklin, director, Toledo Public Library, TLS 3/2/1962.

6 34 Correspondence 1962 (G) 1962 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to/from Francis Biddle, including: - Charles L. Garvin, Jr., TLS 12/27/1962. - Herbert E. Gaston, TLS 8/23/1953. - E. Ernest Goldstein, TLS 2/2/1962. - Frances Grant, ALS 1/25/1962 re "A Casual Past."

6 35 Correspondence 1962 (H-J) 1962 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to/from Francis Biddle, including: - Fowler V. Harper, Yale University Law School, TLS 7/3/1962. - Tim Healey, TLS 11/20/1962. - MacKinley Helm, TLS 1/3/1962. - Edwin Hermann, ALS 12/4/1962. - Pat Hentz, ALS 1/19/1962. - A.A. Hoehling, TLS 5/19/1962, 7/4/1962. - Albert E. Holland, TLS 9/5/1962, 10/10/1962. - Evan Hoorneman, ALS 1962. - Mary Howe, carbon from Biddle, 4/3/1962. - Sam T. Hubbard, ALS 1/11/1962 (dictated). - William E. Jackson, TLS 12/10/1962.

6 36 Correspondence 1962 (K) 1962 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to/from Francis Biddle, including: - Mary Paxton Keeley, TLS 12/20/1961, 1/23/1962, re Biddle's proposal to write a biography of John Randolph of Roanoke (1773-1833). - Robert M.W. Kempner, TLS 11/21/1962, re "In Brief Authority." - David Fyfe (Earl of Kilmuir), ALS 8/15/1962. - John A. Kinneman, TLS 12/7/1962 re "A Casual Past." Attached, typescript by Kinneman, "Was he a Panhandler?" re John G. Johnson. Includes TLS 12/17/1962 re John Randolph of Roanoke. - Lawrence A. Knapp, ALS 12/3/1962. - Herman Kogan, Chicago Daily News, TNS 11/27/1962.

6 37 Correspondence 1962 (L) 1962 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to/from Francis Biddle, including: - William R. Laird, TLS 11/8/1962. - Moshe Landau, carbons from Biddle, 9/4/1962, 7/16/1962. - Elizabeth Langhorne, TLS 7/16/1962 re writing an article on the "Cliveden Set." - James S. Lanigan, TLS 11/14/1962. - Seymour Lawrence, TLS 2/14/1962. - Edward H. Levi, TLS 12/5/1962. - Anthony Lewis, TLS 11/29/1962, re "In Brief Authority." - Hugh R. Littell, ALS 12/9/1962, re "In Brief Authority."

6 38 Correspondence 1962 (M) 1962 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to/from Francis Biddle, including: - Mrs. William Clark Mason, ALS 9/16/1962, re Henry McCarter. - Alpheus Thomas Mason, TLS 11/19/1962. - Esther McComb, TLS 1/19/1962. - Benjamin M. McKelway, TLS 12/3/1962 re Elmer Davis. - Mary MacFadden, ALS 4/7/1962. - David C. Mearns, TLS 11/20/1962 re "In Brief Authority." - B. Migone, TLS 12/17/1962. - Joseph L. Morrison, TLS 10/31/1962 re Josephus Daniels.

6 39 Correspondence 1962 (N-P) 1962 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to/from Francis Biddle, including: - Allan Nevins, TLS 12/18/1962, re "In Brief Authority." - Caroline Newton, ALS 11/25/1962 re "In Brief Authority." - Geoffrey ("Guffey") and Marjorie Oaksey, 2 ALS. - Legare H.B. Obear, TLS 7/25/1962 re information on William Penn. - Isidor Ostroff, 2 TLS, 1 ALS, 11/14/1962, 12/12/1962, 12/26/1962. - John O'Toole, TLS 3/27/1962, 5/1/1962. - Mary W. Plimpton, TLS 12/1/1962 re death of Frances Foster. - Maurine B. Neuberger, TLS 11/27/1962 re "In Brief Authority." - Alton E. Peters, TLS 11/1/1962.

6 40 Correspondence 1962 (R) 1962 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to/from Francis Biddle, including: - Peyton A. Randolph, TLS 8/24/1962 re "A Casual Past." Includes information on William Randolph (1650-1711) and descendants. - Newton M. Roemer, TLS 12/24/1962. - Arthur Leonard Ross, TLS 11/26/1962 re "In Brief Authority."

6 41 Correspondence 1962 (S-T) 1962 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to/from Francis Biddle, including: - Renaud Savary, ALS 1/22/1962. - Harry Shriver, TLS 8/17/1962, 4 ALS 1962-68. - Herbert Steiner, carbon from Biddle, 4/19/1962. - Caroline F. Sizer, ALS 7/31/1962. - Robert A.M. Stern, TLS 8/16/1962. - Harold P. Stokes, ALS 12/15/1962. - Charles J. Tull, TLS 6/15/1962.

6 42 Correspondence 1962 (V-Z) 1962 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to/from Francis Biddle, including: - P.E. Van der Volgen, TLS 10/30/1962, re Nicholas Biddle. - A. Varambon (sp?) - ALS 12/20/1962. - William Walton, carbon from Biddle recommending Mrs. Virginia Whitehead, 2/10/1962. - Warren Fay Wattles, TLS 12/15/1962, re "In Brief Authority." - Kenneth Wilson, ALS 12/4/1962. - William P. Wilson, NBC, 4 TLS, 1 ACS Jan.-April 1962, re broadcasting an interview of Biddle. - Blanche Wolf, ALS 2/1/1962 re "A Casual Past." - Charles Wyzanski, TLS 1/22/1962. - Saul M. Yanofsky, TLS 3/2/1962 re a thesis on the Japanese internment on the West Coast, 1942. - Howard M. Ziff, carbon from Biddle 12/19/1962.

6 43 Correspondence 1963 (B-F) 1963 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence received/sent by Francis Biddle, including: - Maurice Bowra, TLS 1/20/1963, with reference to Douglas Haig and Richard B. Haldane. - Serge Chermayeff, ALS 12/9/1963. - Deena Clark, NBC, TLS 5/14/1963, re interview on "In Brief Authority." - Isaac H. Clothier IV, 3 TLS Oct.-Dec. 1963, re the estate of Esther McComb. - Robert W. Craig, carbon from Biddle, 5/24/1963. - Virgil Dove, ALS 8/22/1963 re gardening. - John W. Douglas, TLS 12/19/1963, re Eduard von der Heydt and vesting of his property under the Trading with the Enemy Act. - Ernest C. Fackler, TLS 9/19/1963, praising Biddle's work as attorney general.

6 44 Correspondence 1963 (H-T) 1963 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence received/sent by Francis Biddle, including: - Bernard H. Haggin (sp?), TLS 8/5/1963, with reference to trial of Communists in the U.S. and to J. Edgar Hoover. - Edith G. Halpert, 3 TLS Feb.-May 1963. - Philip C. Johnson, carbon from Biddle 12/31/1963. - Klaus W. Jonas, TLS 12/3/1963 re vesting of the property (art collection) of Dr. Eduard von der Heydt. - Robert F. Kennedy, carbon from Biddle, 1/31/1963, re James E. Doyle (with Doyle's resume attached). - Irvin Kerlan, ALS 11/20/1963. - Marian King, 4 TLS Jan.- March 1963, re "A Casual Past." - Addison M. Parker, TLS 7/11/1963. - Joseph Rauh, Jr., TLS 2/11/1963. - Norman Thomas, TLS 7/23/1963, re the Smith Act, 1940. -

6 45 Correspondence 1964 (B-J) 1964 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence received/sent by Francis Biddle, including: - Hugh B. Cox, TLS 4/10/1964, accepting invitation to a dinner for Herbert Wechsler. - William F. Creighton, Bishop of Washington, TLS 11/27/1964, re the Foundation of Episcopal Colleges. - Beatrice H. David, ALS, TLS 1964. - David E. Finley, TLS 117/1964, re John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Washington, D.C. - Gilbert A. Harrison, TLS 1/3/1964, editor-in-chief of "The New Republic." Includes carbon from Biddle, 8/28/1966 re receiving "a copy of an extraordinary statement to the effect that former Governor Earl of Pennsylvania was approached by Admiral Canoris (Canaris), head of Hitler's secret service, presented an offer to be sent to F.D.R. (Roosevelt) backed by the German General Staff stating that they would get rid of Hitler and "his crew" and surrender to the allies on condition that they be permitted to turn their entire forces against Russia and wipe out the threat of Communism. This strange communication is signed Committee on Patriotism. Perhaps you could run this down. It would be worth an article..." - Philip Johnson, TLS 1/16/1964, re Roosevelt Memorial Program.

6 46 Correspondence 1964 (L-N) 1964 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence received/sent by Francis Biddle, including: - Arthur Larsen, chairman, National Council for Civic Responsibility, TLS 9/17/1964, attaching article, "Facts concerning the Right-wing complex in the United States," and a "Who's Who" list for the council. - Paul Moses, TLS 11/11/1964, ALS 11/30/1964. - Joseph D. Neikirk, executive vice president, George C. Marshall Research Foundation, TLS 3/19/1964.

6 47 Correspondence 1964 (R-S) 1964 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence received/sent by Francis Biddle, including: - Walter Reuther, carbon from Biddle, 12/9/1964. - William P. Rogers, TLS 4/21/1964, accepting invitation to dinner for Herbert Wechsler. - Marvin Rosenberg, TLS 10/19/1964, re Sen. Hubert Humphrey. - A.L. Rowse (?) - ALS 1/17/1964. - Henry a. Schweinhaut, TLS 12/15/1964, sending New Year's wishes. - Janine Scholten, ALS 1/12/1964 and telegrams. - George R.E. Shell, TLS 3/12/1964 inviting Biddle to participate in the dedication of the library of the George C. Marshall Research Foundation. - Robert Shogan, TLS 6/14/1964 re the Detroit race riot of June 1943.

6 48 Correspondence 1964 (T-W) 1964 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence received/sent by Francis Biddle, including: - Harold Taylor, TLS 3/6/1964, 3/31/1964. - Morris Watson, TLS 8/27/1967. - Neda M. Westlake, TLS 12/7/1964, re disposition of the papers of Van Wyck Brooks at the University of Pennsylvania. - David E. Whisnant, TLS 5/24/1964 and TL unsigned 11/30/1964 re a biography on James Boyd that Whisnant was writing.

6 49 Correspondence 1965 1965 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence received/sent by Francis Biddle, including: - Edward C. Acheson, carbon from Biddle, 6/15/1965. - Edward Allen, TLS 12/22/1965, re Biddle's autobiography. - Sculley Bradley, TLS 11/3/1965. - William Edgar, TLS 11/18/1965. - Adrian S. Fisher, TLS 8/18/1965. - Kenneth A. Kennedy, TLS 11/21/1965, 12/8/1965, re Henry Wallace. - Robert Kennedy, carbon from Biddle 1/8/1965. - Walter Reuther, TLS 1/15/1965. - Camille Ross, ALS 6/13/1965. - Michael Ross, 2 TLS 1/13 & 4/15/1965.

6 50 Correspondence 1966 (A-D) 1966 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence received/sent by Francis Biddle, including: - Leonard Anonowitz, 2 ALS 2/13/1966, 10/14/1965. - Olive Bragazzi, TLS 5/9/1966 re Cape Cod National Seashore. - Leo Cherne, chairman, International Rescue Committee, TLS 11/2/1966. - Ramsey Clark, deputy attorney general, TLS 1/24/1966, re memorial to Salvador A. Andretta. - Virginia Daiker, TLS 12/19/1966 attaching bibliography on artist Rodolphe Bresdin (1825-1885). Includes TLS 11/12/1966 from Mina Curtiss and TLS 11/22/1966 from John Hicks, editor, "Massachusetts Review." - Anne Dickey, ALS 11/23/1966. - Patrick Dean, carbon from Biddle, 4/5/1966. - J. Gordon Douglas, III - 2 TLS 6/1/1966, 6/27/1966. - Paul H. Douglas, carbon from Biddle, 6/15/1965, 12/9/1966.

6 51 Correspondence 1966 (J-W) 1966 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence received/sent by Francis Biddle, including: - Mary Johnson, TLS 11/15/1966. - Alan M. Krassner, managing director, Spice Island Inn, Grenada, re reservations for Alexis and Dorothy Leger, TLS 1/4/1966. - Robert V. Massey, Jr., TLS 5/6/1966, 5/12/1966, ALS 5/4/1966. - Paul Mellon, TLS 6/6/1966. - H.H. Richards, Groton School, ALS 2/5/1966. - Samuel Rosenbaum, TLS 10/17/1966. - Timothy Seldes, TLS 3/16/1966. - Harold Phelps Stokes, ALS 3/28/1966. - Robert G. Thobaben, TLS 5/18/1966 re a doctoral dissertation on the role of U.S. attorney general. - W. G. Wendell, ALS 7/13/1966. - David S. Wyman TLS 2/25/1966, re doctoral dissertation on the immigration of refugees from Nazism, 1938-41.

6 52 Correspondence 1967 (B-J) 1967 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence received/sent by Francis Biddle, including: - Liva Baker, TLS 12/6/1967, re writing a biography on Felix Frankfurter. - Jean Morrison Becker, TLS 3/12/1967, re Livingston Biddle and funding for the Artist Tenant's Association. - Alfred C. Borie, ALS 12/8/1967 re "A Casual Past." - George A. Brownell, TLS 10/24/1967. - Hugh Calkins, TLS 2/16/1967 re an endowed professorship in the name of Felix Frankfurter at the Harvard Law School. - Clinton Clark, TLS 10/23/1967. - Kenneth Clark, TLS 1/5/1967. - Ena Grundy, ALS 1/6/1967. - George E. Hamilton, Jr., president, Corcoran Gallery of Art, TLS 7/7/1967. - Samuel B. Hand, TLS 4/18/1967 re biography on Samuel I. Rosenman. - David Harlech, carbon from Biddle, 2/28/1967. - Frank M. Holz, TLS 1/6/1967. - Laura Johnson, ALS 4/25/1967 and J. Johnson (?) TLS 6/30/1967.

6 53 Correspondence 1967 (L-W) 1967 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence received/sent by Francis Biddle, including: - Paul Lee, TLS c.12/1967 - Leslie Lipson,, chairman, Peter H. Odegard Memorial Committee, TLS 3/10/1967. - George McGovern, TLS 7/20/1967. - Henry Allen Moe, TLS 9/14/1967. - A.S. Mike Monroney, TLS 4/3/1967, 4/13/1967 re Wayne Quinlan. Includes TLS from Quinlan to Biddle, 3/31/1967. - George Monteiro, TLS 11/14/1967. - Everett M. Dirksen, re Mike Mansfield Endowment, University of Montana, TLS 12/12/1967. - Victor S. Navasky, TLS 7/7/1967, re "In Brief Authority." - Pope Paul VI, blessing card 12/19/1967. - Gerard Piel, TLS 9/5/1967. - Victoria Schuck, TLS 12/14/1967. - Prince Johannes Schwarzenberg, 1/2/1967. - Hans Werner Schupbach, 1/15/1967, re Nuremberg Trial. - C.W.A. Schurmann, ambassador of the Netherlands, TLS 6/1/1967 re Dutch war claims against Japan. - A.J. Silhanek, TLS 12/17/1967, requesting Biddle's autograph. - Philip A. Tumulty, TLS 6/19/1967, re Biddle's autobiography. - Paul Dudley White, TLS 12/4/1967.

6 54 Correspondence 1968 (B-F) 1968 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence received/sent by Francis Biddle, including: - Mary Alice Baldinger, executive director, National Civil Liberties Clearing House, TLS 2/21/1968. - Hugh Bullock, printed invitation to 35th wedding anniversary, 4/5/1968. - Philippe de Bausset, "Paris Match," TLS8/16/1968, 8/23/1968. - Robert Evert, carbon from Biddle 5/1/1968. - Shelton Fisher, McGraw-Hill, TLS 3/19/1968, re presenting Biddle with a complimentary copy of a book, "Looking Ahead: the Papers of David Sarnoff."

6 55 Correspondence 1968 (G-J) 1968 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence received/sent by Francis Biddle, including: - Henry G. Gardiner, TLS 8/14/1968, re painter Arthur B. Carles. - Joanna Glass, TLS 7/3/1968, ALS 7/15/1968. - Kenneth E. Griffith, 2 ALS 6/24/1968, 7/15/1968, TLS 8/19/1968, re "In Brief Authority." - Lister Hill, TLS 1/31/1968. - Roy N. James, TLS 5/11/1968 soliciting an article from Biddle.

6 56 Correspondence 1968 (K-P) 1968 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence received/sent by Francis Biddle, including: - Donald S. Klopfer, TLS 4/18/1968, 3/19/1968. - Anne Loftis, 3 TLS June-July 1968. - Allison Marsh, TLS 6/33/1968. - Joe Grant Masaoka, administrator, Japanese American Research Porject, TLS 5/9/1968 re history of Japanese-Americans. - Robert S. McNamara, carbon from Biddle re the former's resignation. - Katharine Munoz, carbon from Biddle, 4/15/1968. - Spencer Nauman, printed announcement for legal firm, Nauman, Smith, Shissler & Hall. - Robert D. Papkin, TLS 5/13/1968 Oscar Cox and the Association for the Advancement of Southern Italy, which he founded.

6 57 Correspondence 1968 (S-W) 1968 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence received/sent by Francis Biddle, including: - John Safer, TLS 3/1/1968 re presidential campaign for Sen. Eugene J. McCarthy. - Hans Werner Schupbach, TLS 7/28/1968. - Eugene Schuster, TLS 4/19/1968. - Oscar H. Steiner, TLS 7/18/1968. - Tom Verenakis, TLS 4/3/1968. - Frank C. Waldrop, TLS 3/16/1968. - H.J. Wolanin, 2 ALS 4/1/1968, 4 15/1968.

6 58 Correspondence 1969 1969 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence received/sent by Francis Biddle, including: - J. O'Meara, TLS 7/1/1969.

6 59 Undated Correspondence (A-B) undated DESCRIPTION: Correspondence received/sent by Francis Biddle, (undated): - Emilie Amram, ALS. - Mando Aravantinou, ALS. - Edith Houston Baily, 2 ALS. - Sally Barringer, ALS. - Curtis Bok, ALS. - Robert Bolger, ALS. - Eleanor C. Bradley, ALS. - Gladys Brooks, ALS.

6 60 Undated Correspondence (C-D) undated DESCRIPTION: Correspondence received/sent by Francis Biddle, (undated): - Ames Chauncey, 2 ACS. - Viola Cox, TLS sending birthday wishes. - Ben Curry, TLS. - Mary Hand Darrell, ALS. - Joseph N. Dudley (sp?), ALS. - Lucy Duval, TLS.

6 61 Undated Correspondence (H-J) undated DESCRIPTION: Correspondence received/sent by Francis Biddle, (undated): - Harry C. Hand, ALS. - Thomas Kyger Hodges, attaching curriculum vitae. - John Howard, ALS. - Heather Jimenez, TLS.

6 62 Undated Correspondence (K-L) undated DESCRIPTION: Undated correspondence received/sent by Francis Biddle: - Milly Knox, ALS. - Tony Lewis, ALS. - Walter Lippmann, ALS.

6 63 Undated Correspondence (M) undated DESCRIPTION: Undated correspondence received/sent by Francis Biddle: - Florence March, ALS. - Mary Maroin, ALS. - Anne Mikhalapov, ALS. - Edith Dickey More, TLS. - Mrs. Charles Clifton Moses, ACS.

6 64 Undated Correspondence (P) undated DESCRIPTION: Undated correspondence received/sent by Francis Biddle: - William Page, greetings card. - Florence Ponaheim (sp?), TLS.

6 65 Undated Correspondence (R-W) undated DESCRIPTION: Undated correspondence received/sent by Francis Biddle: - Mary Howland Roberts, ALS. - Marion B. Rotnem, ALS. - Martha Rowland, TLS. - Josephine Saunders, ALS. - Bernard J. Sheil, ALS. - Mr. & Mrs. Bardyl Rifat Tirana, invitation. - Cecilia May Van Rath, ALS. - Florence Willert, ALS.

6 66 Unidentified Correspondence 1914-19 DESCRIPTION: Unidentified correspondence to Francis Biddle.

6 67 Unidentified Correspondence 1934-39 DESCRIPTION: Unidentified correspondence to Francis Biddle.

6 68 Unidentified Correspondence 1943-49 DESCRIPTION: Unidentified correspondence to Francis Biddle.

6 69 Unidentified Correspondence 1950-56 DESCRIPTION: Unidentified correspondence to Francis Biddle.

6 70 Unidentified Correspondence 1957-59 DESCRIPTION: Unidentified correspondence to Francis Biddle.

6 71 Unidentified Correspondence 1960-68 DESCRIPTION: Unidentified correspondence to Francis Biddle.

6 72 Unidentified Correspondence undated DESCRIPTION: Unidentified, undated correspondence to Francis Biddle.

6 73 Unidentified Correspondence ("Arthur") 1958-66 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence received by Francis Biddle from "Arthur."

6 74 Unidentified Correspondence ("Deirdre") undated DESCRIPTION: Correspondence received by Francis Biddle from "Deirdre."

6 75 Unidentified Correspondence ("H.P.W.") undated DESCRIPTION: Correspondence received by Francis Biddle from "H.P.W."


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