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Box: 5 Fold: 5 Francis X. Talbot Correspondence "D" (Jul.-Dec. 1940)
DATE SPAN: 07/02/1940 - 12/16/1940

DESCRIPTION: This folder consists of the "D" Correspondence (Jul.-Dec. 1940) of Francis X. Talbot, S.J., Editor of America Magazine. Items of interest include: letter (Aug. 2) expresses concern over Franklin Roosevelt's third term of office. Its attachment relates plummeting America Magazine sales due to excessive criticism of the Roosevelt administration; letter (Oct. 16) and attachment concern Sigrid Undset's political views; an anti-Negro letter (Oct. 28) concerns the "Jim Crow" army (i.e., segregation of black and white soldiers); letter (Oct. 31) has attachment which give impressions of Sigrid Undset.

Box: 5 Fold: 6 Francis X. Talbot Correspondence "D" (Jan.-May 1941)
DATE SPAN: 01/06/1941 - 05/31/1941

DESCRIPTION: This folder consists of the "D" Correspondence (Jan.-May 1941) of Francis X. Talbot, S.J., Editor of America Magazine. Items of interest include: letter (Jan. 6) from a Catholic Chaplain who complains of the lack of support given to Catholics and Catholic programs in the military by the government; letter (Feb. 20) has attached letter from a congressman who opposes the resolution to continue the Dies Committee; letter (May 7) from a priest contains anti-semitic comments.



Box: 5 Fold: 7 Francis X. Talbot Correspondence "D" (Jun.-Dec. 1941)
DATE SPAN: 06/02/1941 - 12/02/1941

DESCRIPTION: This folder consists of the "D" Correspondence (Jun.-Dec. 1941) of Francis X. Talbot, S.J., Editor of America Magazine (1936-1944). Items of interest include: letter (Aug. 8) gives information about the Legion of Decency; letter (Aug. 19) has attachments which concern the prevention of U.S. entrance into World War II.

Box: 5 Fold: 8 Francis X. Talbot Correspondence "E" (1930)
DATE SPAN: 01/06/1930 - 12/30/1930

DESCRIPTION: This folder consists of the "E" Correspondence (1930) of Francis X. Talbot, S.J., Editor of America Magazine (1936-1944). The items of this folder date from Father Talbot's tenure as Literary Editor.

Box: 5 Fold: 8 Francis X. Talbot Correspondence "E" (1936-1941)
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1936]? - [12/31/1941]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder consists of the "E" Correspondence (1936-1941) of Francis X. Talbot, S.J., Editor of America Magazine (1936-1944). Items of interest include: letter (Feb. 19, 1937) comments on Spain and Communism as well as renders comments on Father Charles Coughlin.

Box: 5 Fold: 10 Francis X. Talbot Correspondence "F" (1930-1937)
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1930]? - [12/31/1937]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder consists of the "F" Correspondence (1930-1937) of Francis X. Talbot, S.J., Editor of America Magazine (1936-1944). Items of interest include: letter (Sept. 14, 1937) provides resume material for Father Talbot; letter (Dec. 13, 1937) provides a statement on the game of "bingo."

Box: 5 Fold: 11 Francis X. Talbot Correspondence "F" (Jan-Jul.1938)
DATE SPAN: 01/25/1938 - 07/26/1938

DESCRIPTION: This folder consists of the "F" Correspondence (Jan.-Jul. 1938) of Francis X. Talbot, S.J., Editor of America Magazine (1936-1944). Items of interest include: letter (Feb. 13) has attached a copy of the Thomas J. Feeney, S.J. pamphlet "Communism-Our Common Enemy"; letter (Apr. 11) from Fr. Talbot addresses the topic of the greatest danger facing the Church in the U.S.; letter (June 21) from Fr. Talbot addresses the issue of unemployment among the Catholic press.



Box: 5 Fold: 12 Francis X. Talbot Correspondence "F" (Aug.-Dec. 1938)
DATE SPAN: 08/02/1938 - 12/28/1938

DESCRIPTION: This folder consists of the "F" Correspondence (Aug.-Dec. 1938) of Francis X. Talbot, S.J., Editor of America Magazine (1936-1944).

Box: 5 Fold: 13 Francis X. Talbot Correspondence "F" (1939)
DATE SPAN: 01/04/1939 - 12/22/1939

DESCRIPTION: This folder consists of the "F" Correspondence (1939) of Francis X. Talbot, S.J., Editor of America Magazine (1936-1944). Items of interest include: letter (Feb. 23) from a foreign correspondent notes the events surrounding the news of the death of Pius XI; letter (April 10) from aforementioned correspondent speaks of Cardinal Pacelli [Pius XII]; letter (June 21) makes comments about Jews and persecution; letter (Aug. 8) addresses the Jocist Movement.

Box: 5 Fold: 14 Francis X. Talbot Correspondence "F" (1940)
DATE SPAN: 01/22/1940 - 12/12/1940

DESCRIPTION: This folder consists of the "F" Correspondence (1940) of Francis X. Talbot, S.J., Editor of America Magazine (1936-1944). Items of interest include: letter (Apr. 29) cites America Magazine's position regarding entrance into the war.

Box: 5 Fold: 15 Francis X. Talbot Correspondence "F" (1941)
DATE SPAN: 01/11/1941 - 12/24/1901

DESCRIPTION: This folder consists of the "F" Correspondence (1941) of Francis X. Talbot, S.J., Editor of America Magazine (1936-1944).

Box: 5 Fold: 16 Francis X. Talbot Correspondence "G" (1930)
DATE SPAN: 01/12/1930 - 12/10/1930

DESCRIPTION: This folder consists of the "G" Correspondence (1930) of Francis X. Talbot, S.J., Editor of America Magazine (1936-1944). Items of interest include: letter (Jan. 12) tells events surrounding the formation of a local book club prior to the founding of the Catholic Book of the Month Club. Attached is a reading list.

Box: 5 Fold: 17 Francis X. Talbot Correspondence "G" (1936)
DATE SPAN: 01/03/1936 - 12/19/1930

DESCRIPTION: This folder consists of the "G" Correspondence (1936) of Francis X. Talbot, S.J., Editor of America Magazine (1936-1944). Items of interest include: letter (Dec. 16) has attached a printed news article by Marguerite H. Gowen on historic St. Joseph's College in Philadelphia.

Box: 5 Fold: 18 Francis X. Talbot Correspondence "G" (1937)
DATE SPAN: 01/08/1937 - 12/07/1937

DESCRIPTION: This folder consists of the "G" Correspondence (1937) of Francis X. Talbot, S.J., Editor of America Magazine (1936-1944).

Box: 5 Fold: 19 Francis X. Talbot Correspondence "G" (1938)
DATE SPAN: 01/21/1938 - 12/30/1938

DESCRIPTION: This folder consists of the "G" Correspondence (1938) of Francis X. Talbot, S.J., Editor of America Magazine (1936-1944). Items of interest include: letter (Dec. 29) has attached a letter concerning the anti-semitism expressed at a meeting held at the Manhattan Center (Nov. 1938). There are also references to Father Charles Coughlin.



Box: 5 Fold: 20 Francis X. Talbot Correspondence "G" (1939)
DATE SPAN: 01/27/1939 - 12/19/1939

DESCRIPTION: This folder consists of the "G" Correspondence (1939) of Francis X. Talbot, S.J., Editor of America Magazine (1936-1944). Items of interest include: letter (Jan. 27) and attachments concern Catholic missions and the Catholic Medical Mission Board; letter (Mar. 17) and attachment mention the "X.O." [i.e., the Committee for the Establishment of Christian Social Order] as well as attitudes at the close of the Spanish Civil War; letter (June 6) from a Jewish man points out the dangers of ignoring fascism; brown envelope (June 20) contains materials relating to the Jocist Movement.

Box: 5 Fold: 21 Francis X. Talbot Correspondence "G" (1940)
DATE SPAN: 01/10/1940 - 12/15/1940

DESCRIPTION: This folder consists of the "G" Correspondence (1940) of Francis X. Talbot, S.J., Editor of America Magazine (1936-1944). Items of interest include: letter (Jan. 10) has attached the findings of the annual report of the medical assistance given to the missions by the Catholic Medical Mission Board of New York; letters (Feb. 26/27) concern activities involving J. Edgar Hoover; letter (Oct. 27) praises Father Charles Coughlin, berates Jews and Italians.

Box: 5 Fold: 22 Francis X. Talbot Correspondence "G" (1941)
DATE SPAN: 01/03/1941 - 12/05/1941

DESCRIPTION: This folder consists of the "G" Correspondence (1941) of Francis X. Talbot, S.J., Editor of America Magazine (1936-1944). Items of interest include: letter (Apr. 2) has attached a letter from a soldier who tells of a Catholic chaplain holding services for Jewish soldiers in the absense of a Jewish chaplain; letter (May 5) concerns persecution of Protestant churches in Spain; letter (June 24) concerns conditions in Spain for Protestants; letter (Oct. 10) has attached a copy of "The Hour" (Sept. 27), a pro-Nazi publication. This edition features the activities of Charles A. Lindbergh, Charles Coughlin and the America First Committee.



Box: 5 Fold: 23 Francis X. Talbot Correspondence "H" (1930)
DATE SPAN: 01/06/1930 - 11/28/1930

DESCRIPTION: This folder consists of the "H" Correspondence (1930) of Francis X. Talbot, S.J., Editor of America Magazine (1936-1944). Items in this folder date from Father Talbot's tenure as Literary Editor.

Box: 5 Fold: 24 Francis X. Talbot Correspondence "H" (1936)
DATE SPAN: 04/09/1936 - 12/31/1936

DESCRIPTION: This folder consists of the "H" Correspondence (1936) of Francis X. Talbot, S.J., Editor of America Magazine (1936-1944). Items of interest include: letter (Dec. 10) from Patrick [Cardinal] Hayes, Archbishop of New York.

Box: 5 Fold: 25 Francis X. Talbot Correspondence "H" (1937)
DATE SPAN: 01/06/1937 - 12/28/1937

DESCRIPTION: This folder consists of the "H" Correspondence (1937) of Francis X. Talbot, S.J., Editor of America Magazine (1936-1944). Items of interest include: letter (Jan. 11) addresses the topic of pro-sterilization advocates within the ranks of the League of Women Voters; letter (Sept. 18) has attached a sermon by John LaFarge, S.J., given at the Blessed Martin Centennial and subsequently published in "Torch" Magazine.

Box: 5 Fold: 26 Francis X. Talbot Correspondence "H" (1938)
DATE SPAN: 01/04/1938 - 12/21/1938

DESCRIPTION: This folder consists of the "H" Correspondence (1938) of Francis X. Talbot, S.J., Editor of America (1936-1944). Items of interest include: National Catholic Welfare Conference news bulletin (Jan. 28) offers biographical material on Arthur [Cardinal] Hinsley, Archbishop of Westminster; letter (June 27) is from Patrick [Cardinal] Hayes, Archbishop of New York.

Box: 5 Fold: 27 Francis X. Talbot Correspondence "H" (1939)
DATE SPAN: 01/04/1939 - 12/14/1939

DESCRIPTION: This folder consists of the "H" Correspondence (1939) of Francis X. Talbot, S.J., Editor of America Magazine (1936-1944). Items of interest include: letter (Jan. 26) addresses the topics of fascism, communism and socialism. It also mentions the American League for Peace and Democracy; letter (Nov. 14) announces Martin Dies as the speaker for the Committee on the Mass Meeting for America.

Box: 5 Fold: 28 Francis X. Talbot Correspondence "H" (1940)
DATE SPAN: 01/10/1940 - 12/30/1940

DESCRIPTION: This folder consists of the "H"Correspondence (1940) of Francis X. Talbot, S.J., Editor of America Magazine (1936-1944). Items of interest include: letter (Feb. 23) and attachments concern the Catholic Hour radio program; attached to the letter (Apr. 1) is a copy of Hilaire Belloc's pamphlet "The Catholic and the War." Also attached on a notecard are comments upon it by John LaFarge, S.J.; letter (July 30) makes mention of the commentator Walter Winchell and also speaks of the Christian Front; letter (Dec. 10) renders comments on Franco and Spain.

Box: 6 Fold: 1 Francis X. Talbot Correspondence "H" (1941)
DATE SPAN: 01/03/1941 - [12/28/1941]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder consists of the "H" Correspondence (1941) of Francis X. Talbot, S.J., Editor of America Magazine (1936-1944). Items of interest include: letter (Jan. 3) addresses America Magazine's "anti-British" tone; letter (Apr. 9) contains material on the No Foreign War Committee; letter (May 9) states America Magazine's position on Nazism and on aid to Great Britain; letter (Jul. 30) also comments upon America Magazine's position regarding Great Britain and the war effort; letter (Dec. 2) concerns a poll of clergy taken by the Catholic Committee for Peace.

Box: 6 Fold: 2 Francis X. Talbot Correspondence "I" (1938-1941)
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1938]? - [12/31/1941]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder consists of the "I" Correspondence (1938-1941) of Francis X. Talbot, S.J., Editor of America Magazine (1936-1944). Items of interest include: letter (April 10, 1940) and attachments provide materials concerning the Catholic Girl Scouts of New York.

Box: 6 Fold: 3 Francis X. Talbot Correspondence "J" (1930-1941)
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1930]? - [12/31/1941]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder contains the "J" Correspondence (1930-1941) of Francis X. Talbot, S.J., Editor of America Magazine (1936-1944). Several of these items date from his tenure as Literary Editor. Items of interest include: letter (Nov. 1, 1938) has an attachment which makes allegations of injustices perpetrated by the Jewish people; letter (Jan. 27, 1939) and attachments comment upon a bishop's invitation extended a Ku Klux Klan leader to attend the dedication of Atlanta's cathedral.

Box: 6 Fold: 4 Francis X. Talbot Correspondence "K" (1930-1936)
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1930]? - [12/31/1936]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder consists of the "K" Correspondence (1930-1936) of Francis X. Talbot, S.J., Editor of America Magazine (1936-1944).

Box: 6 Fold: 5 Francis X. Talbot Correspondence "K" (1937-1938)
DATE SPAN: 01/08/1937 - 12/08/1938

DESCRIPTION: This folder consists of the "K" Correspondence (1937-1938) of Francis X. Talbot, S.J., Editor of America Magazine (1936-1944). Items of interest include: letter (May 13, 1937) addresses the difficulty of crossing the border into Spain; letter (Sept. 12, 1938) provides some statistical information on the Newman Clubs; letter (Oct. 12, 1938) addresses Franklin Roosevelt's attempt to reorganize the Supreme Court. It also addresses Supreme Court Justice Hugo Black's alleged former membership in the Ku Klux Klan; letter (Dec. 1, 1938) has attachment which makes comment upon Father Charles Coughlin's position on the Jews.



Box: 6 Fold: 6 Francis X. Talbot Correspondence "K" (1939)
DATE SPAN: 01/11/1939 - 11/23/0139

DESCRIPTION: This folder consists of the "K" Correspondence (1939) of Francis X. Talbot, S.J., Editor of America Magazine (1936-1944). Items of interest include: the second of two letters (Mar. 29) rejoices over the victory of Franco and the Nationalists in Spain.

Box: 6 Fold: 7 Francis X. Talbot Correspondence "K" (1940)
DATE SPAN: 01/02/1940 - 12/22/1940

DESCRIPTION: This folder consists of the "K" Correspondence (1940) of Francis X. Talbot, S.J., Editor of America Magazine (1936-1944). Items of interest include: letter (May 20) has attachment which makes reference to the Jews; letter (May 31) has attached a newsclipping concerning Francisco Franco.

Box: 6 Fold: 8 Francis X. Talbot Correspondence "K" (1941)
DATE SPAN: 01/08/1941 - 12/31/1941

DESCRIPTION: This folder consists of the "K" Correspondence (1941) of Francis X. Talbot, S.J., Editor of America Magazine (1936-1944). Items of interest include: letter (May 7) has attachment which expresses the undesirability of America's entrance into World War II; letter (May 19) has attached a letter from author Frances Parkinson Keyes. Both letters discuss Sigrid Undset's U.S. appearance; letter (June 10) is from Frances Parkinson Keyes.

Box: 6 Fold: 9 Francis X. Talbot Correspondence "L" (1930-1935)
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1930]? - [12/31/1935]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder consists of the "L" Correspondence (1930-1935) of Francis X. Talbot, S.J., Editor of America Magazine (1936-1944), although these items pre-date his tenure.

Box: 6 Fold: 10 Francis X. Talbot Correspondence "L" (1936)
DATE SPAN: 04/28/1936 - 12/31/1936

DESCRIPTION: This folder consists of the "L" Correspondence (1936) of Francis X. Talbot, S.J., Editor of America Magazine (1936-1944). Items of interest include: letter (Jul. 13) which discusses efforts of President Franklin Roosevelt to silence Father Charles Coughlin.

Box: 6 Fold: 11 Francis X. Talbot Correspondence "L" (1937)
DATE SPAN: 01/26/1937 - 12/06/1937

DESCRIPTION: This folder consists of the "L" Correspondence (1937) of Francis X. Talbot, S.J., Editor of America Magazine (1936-1944). Items of interest include:

letter (Apr. 10) provides some comments regarding America Magazine's position towards Franklin D. Roosevelt.

Box: 6 Fold: 12 Francis X. Talbot Correspondence "L" (1938)
DATE SPAN: 01/10/1938 - 12/28/1938

DESCRIPTION: This folder consists of the "L" Correspondence (1938) of Francis X. Talbot, S.J., Editor of America Magazine (1936-1944). Items of interest include: letter (June 8) has attached an issue of "American Action," a bi-weekly bulletin (May 29) which is devoted to the subject of Communism; letter (July 3) from John LaFarge describes his audience with Pope Pius XI and mentions his impressions of LaFarge's book "Interracial Justice"; letter (Sept. 13) has attached an address by William F. Russell, "How to Tell a Communist and How to Beat Him," delivered before an American Legion Convention.

Box: 6 Fold: 13 Francis X. Talbot Correspondence "L" (1939)
DATE SPAN: 01/23/1939 - 12/29/1939

DESCRIPTION: This folder consists of the "L" Correspondence (1939) of Francis X. Talbot, S.J., Editor of America Magazine (1936-1944). Items of interest include: letter (Mar. 22) attached a pamphlet published by the Nationalist Press Association [New York] which contains anti-Catholic statement allegedly made by Jews.

Box: 6 Fold: 14 Francis X. Talbot Correspondence "L" (1940)
DATE SPAN: 01/04/1940 - 12/30/1940

DESCRIPTION: This folder consists of the "L" Correspondence (1940) of Francis X. Talbot, S.J., Editor of America Magazine (1936-1944).

Box: 6 Fold: 15 Francis X. Talbot Correspondence "L" (1941)
DATE SPAN: 01/03/1941 - 12/30/1941

DESCRIPTION: This folder consists of the "L" Correspondence (1941) of Francis X. Talbot, S.J., Editor of America Magazine (1936-1944). Items of interest include: letter (July 18) from Fr. Talbot indicates the exceptions policy to books found on the index; letter (Aug. 6) has an attachment which makes a critical observation concerning the Jesuits.

Box: 6 Fold: 16 Francis X. Talbot Correspondence "Mc" (1935-1936)
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1935]? - [12/31/1936]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder consists of the "Mc" Correspondence (1935-1936) of Francis X. Talbot, S.J., Editor of America Magazine (1936-1944). Items of interest include: letter (May 23, 1936) criticizes the Knights of Columbus for not taking appropriate stands on issues.

Box: 6 Fold: 17 Francis X. Talbot Correspondence "Mc" (1937)
DATE SPAN: 01/06/1937 - 12/27/1937

DESCRIPTION: This folder consists of the "Mc" Correspondence (1937) of Francis X. Talbot, S.J., Editor of America Magazine (1936-1944). Items of interest include: letter (?-1937) has attached a newsletter from St. Peter Claver's Church in Ridge, Maryland called "A Little Vine-Branch." Provided there is a brief biographical sketch of a former slave which provides material concerning the education of the slave in Maryland after the year 1831.

Box: 6 Fold: 18 Francis X. Talbot Correspondence "Mc" (1938)
DATE SPAN: 01/16/1938 - 12/28/1938

DESCRIPTION: This folder consists of the "Mc" Correspondence (1938) of Francis X. Talbot, S.J., Editor of America Magazine (1936-1944). Items of interest include: letter (Jan. 20) from Fr. Talbot expresses his assessment (i.e, personal opinion) of the New York City papers of the day; an attachment (Apr. 18) contains the Communist Party oath [here entitled the "Traitor's Oath"]; letter (Jul. 23) makes allegations against the WPA and other relief agencies; letter (Oct. 11) expresses pro-Franco sentiments.



Box: 6 Fold: 19 Francis X. Talbot Correspondence "Mc" (1939)
DATE SPAN: 01/10/1939 - 12/15/1939

DESCRIPTION: This folder consists of the "Mc" Correspondence (1939) of Francis X. Talbot, S.J., Editor of America Magazine (1936-1944). Items of interest include: letter (Oct. 2) makes allegations against the English as being anti-Catholic and anti-semitic.



Box: 6 Fold: 20 Francis X. Talbot Correspondence "Mc" (1941)
DATE SPAN: 01/03/1941 - 12/12/1941

DESCRIPTION: This folder consists of the "Mc" Correspondence (1941) of Francis X. Talbot, S.J., Editor of America Magazine (1936-1944). Items of interest include: letter (Mar. 2) criticizes the Catholic Church also Father Charles Coughlin; letter (Mar. 3) has attachment which makes critical observations of the Jehovah's Witness religious sect; letter (Mar. 14) has an attachment which also addresses the Jehovah's Witness; letter (July 8) has attachment which assesses the American political scene with regards to Hitler and Stalin; letter (Aug. 21) provides writer's impressions of "The Protestant Digest"; letter (Sept. 10) and attachment also discuss "The Protestant Digest."

Box: 6 Fold: 21 Francis X. Talbot Correspondence "M" (1936)
DATE SPAN: 05/15/1936 - 12/29/1936

DESCRIPTION: This folder consists of the "M" Correspondence (1936) of Francis X. Talbot, S.J., Editor of America Magazine (1936-1944). Items of interest include: letter (July 19) is in support of Rev. Charles Coughlin; letter (Oct. 13) concerns the subject of Spanish relief efforts; letter (Oct. 21) discusses the history and function of America Magazine and Campion House; letter (Oct. 27) deals with the labor movement; letter (Nov. 14) concerns the Legion of Decency; copy of typescript (n.d.-1936?) deals with the subject of censorship of motion picture productions, the role of Joe Breen and the Motion Picture Producers and Distributors in this effort as well as the activities of the Legion of Decency.

Box: 6 Fold: 22 Francis X. Talbot Correspondence "M" (1936)
DATE SPAN: 08/17/1936 - 12/29/1936

DESCRIPTION: This folder consists of the "M" Correspondence (1936) of Francis X. Talbot, S.J., Editor of America Magazine (1936-1944). Items of interest include: letter (June 12) relates willingness of the Editor of Britannica to change articles offensive to Catholics; letter (Oct. 22) from a Jesuit and former supporter of Father Charles Coughlin, makes critical observations and acknowledges a withdrawal of personal support; letter (Oct. 26) states America Magazine's position regarding Father Coughlin.

Box: 6 Fold: 23 Francis X. Talbot Correspondence "M" (1937)
DATE SPAN: 01/02/1937 - 12/28/1937

DESCRIPTION: This folder consists of the "M" Correspondence (1937) of Francis X. Talbot, S.J., Editor of America Magazine (1936-1944). Items of interest include: letter (Jan. 22) discusses significance of the encyclicals of Leo XIII-"Rerum Novarum" and of Pius XI-"Quadragesimo Anno"; letter (Feb. 4) from Fr. Talbot states his position on various political ideologies; letter (Feb. 10) briefly addresses political and socio-economic conditions in Russia; a National Catholic Welfare Conference (NCWC) newsbulletin (no date-1937?) contains a story concerning the sale of Paulist Fathers radio station WLWL in New York.

Box: 6 Fold: 24 Francis X. Talbot Correspondence "M" (Jan.-Jul. 1938)
DATE SPAN: 01/01/1938 - 07/30/1938

DESCRIPTION: This folder consists of the "M" Correspondence (Jan.-Jul. 1938) of Francis X. Talbot, S.J., Editor of America Magazine (1936-1944).

Box: 6 Fold: 24 Francis X. Talbot Correspondence "M" (Aug.-Dec. 1938)
DATE SPAN: 08/10/1938 - 12/23/1938

DESCRIPTION: This folder consists of the "M" Correspondence (Aug.-Dec. 1938) of Francis X. Talbot, S.J., Editor of America Magazine (1936-1944). Items of interest include: letter (Oct. 29) has attached a pamphlet entitled: "Do Navy Men Go to Mass" by Chaplain W. A. Maguire (USN); letter (Nov. 20) is from Benjamin L. Masse, S.J.; an undated copy of a typescript by T. Francis Bennett on Spanish Relief provides statistics on relief efforts. Attached is another typescript entitled "Auxilio Social," another relief group.

Box: 7 Fold: 1 Francis X. Talbot Correspondence "M" (1930)
DATE SPAN: 01/01/1930 - 12/24/1930

DESCRIPTION: This folder consists of the "M" Correspondence (1930) of Francis X. Talbot, S.J., Editor of America Magazine (1936-1944). Items of interest include: seven letters (Jan.-Nov) are from Benjamin L. Masse, S.J.

Box: 7 Fold: 2 Francis X. Talbot Correspondence "M" (1939)
DATE SPAN: 01/08/1939 - 12/27/1939

DESCRIPTION: This folder consists of the "M" Correspondence (1939) of Francis X. Talbot, S.J., Editor of America Magazine (1936-1944). Items of interest include: letter (Apr. 19) has attached a letter from Benjamin L. Masse, S.J.; attached to a letter (Jul. 21) is an issue of the magazine "Dynamic America"; letter (Aug. 16) and attachment address Franco, the Falangists and the Jews; telegram (Aug. 23) and letter (Oct. 23) have attachments which relate how Catholics are threatened with the loss of their pensions in the State of Missouri if they do not move into non-Catholic nursing institutions; letter (Sept. 22) and attachment discuss U.S. non-participation in the european war (WWII); letter (Dec. 13) criticizes Eleanor Roosevelt for her views.

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