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THE MARTIN S. QUIGLEY PAPERS
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Box: 1 Fold: 1 May, 1943
05/12/1943 - 05/22/1943

DESCRIPTION: 9 letters from Martin S. Quigley to his parents in 1943. Most of the letters are from his arrival in London and then from Ireland. Much discussion of conditions in both countries. Includes 9 envelopes opened by censors.

Box: 1 Fold: 2 June, 1943
06/03/1943 - 06/30/1943

DESCRIPTION: 8 letters from Martin S. Quigley to his parents from Ireland, mainly discussing his travels. Also includes 1 postcard from Quigley to his sister, Mary Ellen Quigley, and 8 envelopes opened by censors. References to Terry Ramsaye, Eamon de Valera, Will Hays, John Betjeman, Paramount Pictures, Republic Pictures, Laurence Olivier, Aubrey Flanagan, the Archbishop of Dublin, and film censorship in Ireland.

Box: 1 Fold: 3 July, 1943
07/06/1943 - 07/28/1943

DESCRIPTION: 6 letters from Martin S. Quigley to his parents, mainly regarding his travels in Ireland and meetings with members of the Irish film industry. Also includes 6 envelopes opened by censors. References to Joseph Hopkins, Bishop Michael Browne, Maurice Elliman, and film censorship in Ireland.

Box: 1 Fold: 4 August, 1943
08/03/1943 - 08/28/1943

DESCRIPTION: 7 letters from Martin S. Quigley to his parents from England and Ireland, with 1 letter from Quigley to Mr. & Mrs. V. V. Slocock and 1 letter from Quigley to his sisters, Mary Ellen and Martha. Also includes 9 envelopes opened by censors. The letters mainly discuss his travels in the two countries. References to Will Hayes, Terry Ramsaye, Peter O'Curry, John Betjeman, Wilfrid Parsons, S.J., Aubrey Flanagan, Columbia Pictures, United Artists, 20th Century Fox, RKO, Warner Brothers, and film censorship in Ireland.

Box: 1 Fold: 5 September, 1943
09/02/1943 - 09/24/1943

DESCRIPTION: 5 letters from Martin S. Quigley to his parents and 3 letters from him to his sisters, Martha and Mary Ellen, mainly discussing his travels in England and Ireland and the film industries there. Includes 8 envelopes opened by censors. References to Laurence Olivier, Winston Churchill, Aubrey Flanagan, 20th Century Fox, Universal Pictures, Warner Brothers Pictures, Paramount Olympia Lab, Disney Pictures, RKO Pictures, and film censorship in Ireland.

Box: 1 Fold: 6 October, 1943
09/27/1943 - 10/30/1943

DESCRIPTION: 10 letters from Martin S. Quigley to his parents, with 1 letter to his sister Mary Ellen, and 2 letters to Martin, Jr. consisting of 1 letter from each of his parents. Includes 14 envelopes opened by censors (1 envelope from U.S. without letter). Martin, Jr.'s letters mainly discuss his travels in England and Ireland and the film industries there. References to Aubrey Flanagan (death), William Hays, Carl E. Milliken, Fay Allport, the Q P News, Murray Silverstone, Paramount Pictures, 20th Century Fox, and film censorship in Ireland.

Box: 1 Fold: 7 November, 1943
11/03/1943 - 11/14/1943

DESCRIPTION: 4 letters from Martin S. Quigley, Jr. to his parents, mainly discussing his travels in Ireland and Great Britain and the Irish and British film industries. Also includes 4 envelopes opened by censors. References to Tom Sheehy and Muintir na Tire Film Unit, Carl E. Milliken, Francis Allport, the Legion of Decency, Peter O'Curry, the Archbishop of Dublin, Eamon de Valera, Sean O'Faolain, Terry Ramsaye, and film censorship in Ireland.

Box: 1 Fold: 8 February & March, 1944
02/09/1944 - 03/14/1944

DESCRIPTION: 3 letters from Martin S. Quigley in New York to his parents on Quigley Publications and Motion Picture Herald stationery, mainly discussing social and business matters. Reference to Muintir na Tire, America Magazine, Carl E. Milliken, Francis Allport, Quentin Young, Gilbert Seldes, Eamon de Valera, Paramount Pictures and film censorship in Ireland.

Box: 1 Fold: 9 December 1 - 8, 1944
12/01/1944 - 12/08/1944

DESCRIPTION: 4 letters from Martin S. Quigley to his parents, all written from Washington, D.C. and elsewhere before he set sail for Europe again in mid-December. Also includes 2 letters from his mother 1 letter from a Jesuit at Woodstock College to Quigley. All the letters discuss personal matters with few references to specific people or issues.

Box: 1 Fold: 10 December 15 - 31, 1944
12/15/1944 - 12/28/1944

DESCRIPTION: 6 letters from Martin S. Quigley to his parents during his voyage to Europe and after his arrival in Italy; includes 1 V-mail letter with envelope and 5 envelopes, some of which were opened by censors. Because of Quigley's position in the OSS, few details of people and issues are discussed. References to Lester L. Schnare, Kenneth Clark, and general conditions in Italy.

Box: 1 Fold: 11 January 1 - 15, 1945
01/01/1945 - 01/13/1945

DESCRIPTION: 5 letters from Martin S. Quigley to his parents from Italy; includes 5 envelopes, 1 of which was opened by a censor. Because of Quigley's position in the OSS in Italy, he was unable to discuss many people or issues in depth. References to Kenneth Clark, Carl E. Milliken, and general conditions in Italy.

Box: 1 Fold: 12 January 16 - 31, 1945
01/16/1945 - 01/28/1945

DESCRIPTION: 4 letters from Martin S. Quigley to his parents from Italy, with 1 letter each from Quigley to his sisters, Martha and Mary Ellen; includes 6 envelopes, 1 of which was opened by censors. Because of Quigley's position with the OSS, he was unable discuss many people or issues in depth. References to Pope Pius XII and general conditions in Italy.

Box: 1 Fold: 13 February 1 - 15, 1945
02/02/1945 - 02/12/1945

DESCRIPTION: 5 letters from Martin S. Quigley to his parents, with 1 letter from Quigley to his sister, Mary Ellen. 4 of the letter are V-mail and included are the envelopes of the remaining 2 letters, opened by censors. Because of Quigley's position with the OSS, he was unable to discuss in depth many people or issues. References to Harry L. Hopkins, Edward Stettinius, Terry Ramsaye, the Motion Picture Herald, and general conditions in Italy.

Box: 1 Fold: 14 March 1 - 15, 1945
03/01/1945 - 03/14/1945

DESCRIPTION: 6 letters from Martin S. Quigley, Jr. in Italy to his parents, with 5 letters from Quigley to his sisters, Mary Ellen and Martha; 5 of the letters are V-mail; the others are accompanied by their envelopes, one of which was opened by censors. Because of Quigley's position with the OSS, he was unable to discuss many people or issues in depth. References to Peter O'Curry, Terry Ramsaye, Kenneth Clark, and general conditions in Italy.

Box: 1 Fold: 15 March 16 - 31, 1945
03/16/1945 - 03/30/1945

DESCRIPTION: 7 letters from Martin S. Quigley, Jr. in Italy to his parents with 1 letter to each of his sisters, Mary Ellen and Martha. Because of Quigley's position in the OSS, he was unable to discuss many people or issues in depth. References to MGM Pictures, Paramount Pictures, 20th Century Fox, Universal Pictures, and general conditions in Italy.

Box: 1 Fold: 16 April 1 - 15, 1945
04/01/1945 - 04/13/1945

DESCRIPTION: 4 letters from Martin S. Quigley in Italy to his parents, with 1 letter to each of his sisters, Mary Ellen and Martha; includes 6 envelopes, some of which were opened by censors. Because of Quigley's position with the OSS, he was unable to discuss many people or issues in depth; almost all discussion is of social matters. References to general conditions in Italy and to the death of Franklin D. Roosevelt.

Box: 1 Fold: 17 May 1 - 15, 1945
05/02/1945 - 05/14/1945

DESCRIPTION: 6 letters from Martin S. Quigley in Italy to his parents, with 1 letter to each of his sisters, Martha and Mary Ellen; includes 9 envelopes, some of which were opened by censors. References to Benito Mussolini and general conditions in Italy at the end of the war.

Box: 1 Fold: 18 May 16 - 31, 1945
05/17/1945 - 05/28/1945

DESCRIPTION: 5 letters and 1 postcard from Martin S. Quigley in Italy to his parents, with 1 letter to each of his sisters, Mary Ellen and Martha; includes 7 envelopes, some of which were opened by censors. Reference to Eamon de Valera and general conditions in Italy.

Box: 1 Fold: 19 June 1 - 15, 1945
06/01/1945 - 06/15/1945

DESCRIPTION: 5 letters from Martin S. Quigley in Italy to his parents, with 1 letter and 1 postcard to his sister, Martha, and 2 letters to his sister, Mary Ellen; includes 8 envelopes. Mostly social.

Box: 1 Fold: 20 June 16 - 30, 1945
06/19/1945 - 06/29/1945

DESCRIPTION: 7 letters from Martin S. Quigley in Italy to his parents, with 1 letter to his sister, Martha; includes 9 envelopes. Reference to the Italian Film Code, a private audience with Pope Pius XII, the Legion of Decency, Eamon de Valera, and RKO Pictures.

Box: 1 Fold: 21 July 1 - 15, 1945
07/01/1945 - 07/15/1945

DESCRIPTION: 6 letters from Martin S. Quigley, Jr. in Italy to his parents, with 2 letters to his sister, Mary Ellen, and 1 letter to his sister, Martha; includes 8 envelopes. References to Kenneth Clark, Pope Pius XII, Daniel Lord, S.J., a delegation of Americam film executives on tour in Europe, Paramount Pictures, the Legion of Decency, the Italian Film Code, and general conditions in Italy.

Box: 1 Fold: 22 July 16 - August 1, 1945
07/16/1945 - 08/01/1945

DESCRIPTION: 5 letters from Martin S. Quigley in Italy to his parents, with 1 letter to his sister, Mary Ellen; includes 6 envelopes. References to Msgr. Alfredo Ottaviani, Winston Churchill, and general conditions in Italy.

Box: 1 Fold: 23 Undated
05/09/1943

DESCRIPTION: 1 letter from Martin S. Quigley in England or Ireland to his parents, with envelope opened by censors. References to Leo Brady.

Box: 1 Fold: 24 Telegrams from Martin S. Quigley
06/26/1943 - 06/24/1945

DESCRIPTION: 11 telegrams from Martin S. Quigley in Ireland, England and Italy to his parents, mainly consisting of social messages.

Box: 1 Fold: 25 Other Telegrams
08/23/1943 - 12/31/1944

DESCRIPTION: 4 telegrams to and about Martin S. Quigley during his work in England, Ireland and Italy; the telegrams contain mostly social messages. Includes 1 telegram from Martin J. Quigley, to M. S. Qigley, 1 telegram from Martha and Mary Ellen Quigley to Quigley, 1 telegram from Hope Burnup in London to Quigley's parents, and 1 telegram from Kenneth Clark to Quigley's parents.

Box: 1 Fold: 26 Quigley, Martin J.
10/08/1943

DESCRIPTION: 1 TLS from Martin J. Quigley to his son, Martin S. Quigley, while his son was in Ireland. Contents are mostly family related.

Box: 1 Fold: 27 Burnup, Hope
11/19/1943 - 07/06/1945

DESCRIPTION: 2 letters from Hope Burnup of Quigley Publications Ltd. of London to Martin S. Quigley in New York and in Italy, and 1 letter from Burnup to Mrs. Martin J. Quigley regarding Martin S. Quigley.

Box: 1 Fold: 28 Kastner, Lacy W.
04/04/1942 - 11/02/1942

DESCRIPTION: 9 memos from Martin S. Quigley to Lacy W. Kastner regarding film production and distribution and the Office of War Information, also includes 1 memo from John A. Pollard to Kastner regarding Quigley. References to newsreels and potential Disney propaganda in South America.

Box: 1 Fold: 29 Motion Picture Producers & Distributers of America
05/29/1943 - 12/02/1943

DESCRIPTION: 7 letters and 1 telegram between executives of the Motion Picture Producers & Distributers of America and Martin S. Quigley in Ireland and New York regarding information he gathered in Ireland. Includes 1 letter from Quigley to Carl E. Milliken, 2 TLSs and 1 telegram from Carl E. Milliken, and 4 TLSs from Will H. Hays. References to Francis Allport, Eamon de Valera. Quigley appears to have sent many lengthy letters detailing his travels in Ireland to this organization and the OSS, but this is the only copy of such a letter in this collection.

Box: 1 Fold: 30 Italian Friends of the Quigley Family
02/22/1945 - 12/10/1945

DESCRIPTION: 9 letters from Italian friends of the Quigley family to Martin J. and Martin S. Quigley in the U.S. Some letters make references to film matters, but most of them give thanks to the Quigleys for gifts of food and clothing sent to them in wartime. Includes 1 TLS from Msgr. (later Cardinal) Alfred Ottaviani to Martin S. Quigley, and 2 letters from Flora Gizzi to Mrs. Martin J. Quigley.

Box: 1 Fold: 31 Miscellaneous Correspondence - Film & Government Related
05/25/1942 - 09/20/1943

DESCRIPTION: 7 letters between Martin S. Quigley, Martin J. Quigley, and members of the film industry and government, mainly discussing propaganda films and newsreels. Includes 1 carbon from Quigley to William R. Weaver of the Motion Picture Herald, 1 TLS from Kenneth Clark to Quigley, 1 carbon from Quigley to Sidney L. Bernstein of the British Information Services, 1 TLS from Sidney L. Bernstein to Martin S. Quigley, 1 carbon from Quigley to Francis Allport, 1 carbon from S. Eckman to Francis Allport, and 1 TLS from Pat Casey to Martin J. Quigley about Martin S. Quigley. References to Disney Pictures and Office of War Information.

Box: 1 Fold: 32 Miscellaneous Correspondence - Personal
06/26/1943 - 09/12/1945

DESCRIPTION: Miscellaneous correspondence between members of the Quigley family and friends relating to Martin S. Quigley and the war. Includes 2 letters from Martin S. Quigley to May and Viv Lacock and 1 letter from Robert Parsons, S.J. to Martin S. Quigley.

Box: 1 Fold: 33 Diaries - Dublin & Rome
08/01/1939 - 04/01/1945

DESCRIPTION: 1 TMs diary entry (2 leaves) by Martin S. Quigley written in Dublin in "Early August, 1939," mainly regarding Eamon de Valera and Irish neutrality. Folder also includes a wirebound AMs diary (about 75 leaves) by Martin S. Quigley written in Rome, December 29, 1944 to April 1, 1945. The diaries discuss all types of activities engaged in by Quigley in Rome, including OSS colleagues and personal affairs. Both items are in fragile condition.

Box: 1 Fold: 34 Expenses - Dublin & Rome
04/30/1943 - 12/11/1944

DESCRIPTION: Receipts and lists of expenses incurred by Quigley on business in Dublin and Rome from 1943 to 1945.

Box: 1 Fold: 35 Notes - Ireland et al.
01/01/1939 - 01/01/1944

DESCRIPTION: Handwritten and typed notes by Martin S. Quigley made during the war concerning the film industry and various governments. References to U.S. propaganda in South America.

Box: 1 Fold: 36 Printed Materials - Ireland, Italy et al.
01/01/1940 - 01/01/1945

DESCRIPTION: Miscellaneous printed materials collected by Martin S. Quigley in various assignments during the war. Includes maps of Caserta and Naples, pamphlets from the U.S. State Department, and a souvenir copy of the "Elizabethan News" from the QEII.

Box: 1 Fold: 37 Clippings - Wartime
12/06/1941 - 08/26/1943

DESCRIPTION: Miscellaneous clippings collected by Martin S. Quigley during the war, most of them related to the film industry.

Box: 1 Fold: 38 Italian Banknotes - Wartime
01/01/1939 - 01/01/1943

DESCRIPTION: 7 Italian banknotes, 3 from the Fascist government and 4 from the Allied military occupation, all in very good, uncirculated condition. Includes the following items:

1 one lira note, "Regno d'Italia"

1 two lire note, "Regno d'Italia"

1 five lire note, "Regno d'Italia"

1 one lira note, "Allied Military Currency"

1 two lire note, "Allied Military Currency"

1 five lire note, "Allied Military Currency"

1 ten lire note, "Allied Military Currency."

Box: 1 Fold: 39 Alvarez, David
06/19/1985 - 07/22/1985

DESCRIPTION: 2 TLSs from David Alvarez to Martin S. Quigley, with two copies of letters from Quigley to Alvarez mainly regarding Japan and World War II. References to Ken Harada, Emperor Hirohito, MAGIC, and Baron Kumao Harada.

Box: 1 Fold: 40 Archives of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs - Japan
08/12/1985 - 08/12/1985

DESCRIPTION: 2 versions of a letter sent by Martin S. Quigley to the Archives of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Japan.

Box: 1 Fold: 41 Baker, J. Clarke
10/24/1971 - 10/24/1971

DESCRIPTION: 2 carbon pp. of a letter from Martin S. Quigley to J. Clarke Baker mainly giving biographical details about himself.

Box: 1 Fold: 42 Barrett, Hatsue
05/01/1986 - 08/14/1987

DESCRIPTION: 6 letters between Martin S. Quigley, Hatsue Barrett and her husband, John C. Barrett, concerning translations of letters from Japanese into English by Barrett for Quigley.

Box: 1 Fold: 43 Beale, W. T. M. "Tom"
01/22/1977 - 02/07/1977

DESCRIPTION: 2 TLSs from W. T. M. "Tom" Beale to Martin S. Quigley, with 1 copy of a letter from Quigley to Beale, mainly regarding their friendship during the war, with reference to the "Vessel" Project.

Box: 1 Fold: 44 Becker, Carol A.
08/26/1986 - 09/23/1986

DESCRIPTION: 2 TLSs from Carol A. Becker, a historian at the U. S. Department of State, to Martin S. Quigley, with 3 copies of letters from Quigley to Becker. All the letters regard telegrams sent by Ken Harada from Vatican City to Japan and their interception by the MAGIC system of the U. S. Department of State.

Box: 1 Fold: 45 Bilger, Dennis
01/06/1986 - 05/06/1986

DESCRIPTION: 1 copy of a letter from Martin S. Quigley to Dennis Bilger of the Harry S. Truman Library concerning Truman's knowledge of Japanese peace talks in the wings in August, 1945.

Box: 1 Fold: 46 Brady, Leo
02/27/1985 - 12/04/1986

DESCRIPTION: 2 ALSs from Leo Brady to Martin S. Quigley, with 3 copies of letter from Quigley to Brady, mainly regarding research for Quigley's book.

Box: 1 Fold: 47 Brennan, Earl, 1946-66
05/31/1946 - 01/12/1966

DESCRIPTION: 1 carbon letter from Earl Brennan to Martin S. Quigley (1946) and 2 carbons from Quigley to Brennan (1965, 1966). All of the letters regard Quigley's early ambitions to write a book about his experiences in Vatican City during the war. References to Ken Harada, R. Carter Nicholas, Robert A. Graham, S.J., and Archbishop Vagnozzi.

Box: 1 Fold: 48 Brennan, Earl, 1971 - 1976
02/15/1971 - 12/28/1976

DESCRIPTION: 17 TLSs from Earl Brennan to Martin S. Quigley, with 4 carbons from Quigley to Brennan. The letters are mostly personal and discuss books that each is working on. Brennan lists numerous personal anecdotes about his travels and acquaintances. References to Robert A. Graham, S.J., Anthony Cave Brown, modern Albanian politics and "Gli Americani in Italia."

Box: 1 Fold: 49 Brennan, Earl, 1977 - 1979
01/04/1977 - 11/01/1979

DESCRIPTION: 16 TLSs from Earl Brennan to Martin S. Quigley, with 1 carbon from Quigley to Brennan and 1 copy of a letter from Brennan to Father Patrick O'Connor. Most of the letters discuss Brennan's current political interests, with many anecdotes and discussion of contemporary Haitian and Zairian affairs. References to Robert A. Graham, S.J., Jean David, Senator Hubert Humphrey, Joseph Hopkins, and "Gli Americani in Italia."

Box: 1 Fold: 50 Brennan, Earl, 1980
02/28/1980 - 12/26/1980

DESCRIPTION: 8 TLSs from Earl Brennan to Martin S. Quigley, with much discussion of contemporary politics, with emphasis on Haiti and U.S. Presidential elections. Reference to George D. Rigaud, Father Patrick O'Connor, Max Corvo, William Casey, and "Gli Americani in Italia."

Box: 1 Fold: 51 Brennan, Earl, 1981
03/22/1981 - 12/25/1981

DESCRIPTION: 8 TLSs from Earl Brennan to Martin S. Quigley, mainly discussing contemporary politics, but with some discussion of OSS operations in Italy. References to Francesco Lombrassa, Max Corvo, Giovanni Nalbone, Benito Mussolini, Italo Balbo, Marchese Strozzi, General William J. Donovan, Father Patrick O'Connor, Joseph E. Persico, Richard Allen, William Casey, Haiti, Albania, the Italian Masons, and the "Vessel" Project.

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