The Harry L. Hopkins Papers: Series I - Correspondence

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Box: 23 Folder: 1
Walsh, David I.
Date span: 1938, September 6
Description: Contains 1 TL (carbon) only from Hopkins to then Senator from Massachusetts, David Walsh.



Box: 23 Folder: 2
Walsh, Ellard A.
Date span: 1936, July 18 - July 21
Description: Contains 1 ALS and 1 TLS from the then Adjutant General of Minnesota together with Hopkins's outgoing.



Box: 23 Folder: 3
Walsh, R.L.
Date span: 1943, March 18 - March 24
Description: Contains 1 TLS from Brig. General Walsh, Commander, South Atlantic Ferrying Wing, together w/Murry Brophy & HLH letters.



Box: 23 Folder: 4
Walters, Waltmann
Date span: 1938, April 6 - 1942, March 16
Description: Contains 10 TLS from Dr. Walters, eminent Mayo Clinic surgeon, together with Hopkins's outgoing.



Box: 23 Folder: 5
Wanger, Walter
Date span: 1944, November 6 - 1945, June 20
Description: Contains 1 telegram and an address by Wanger, film industry producer, together with Hopkins's outgoing.



Box: 23 Folder: 6
Ward, Charles Allen
Date span: 1944, March 25 - 1945, December 22
Description: Contains 1 telegram from prominent Minnesota businessman, Charles Ward, together with Hopkins's outgoing.



Box: 23 Folder: 7
Ward, Harry F.
Date span: 1938, December 28 and 1939, January 4
Description: Contains 1 TLS from Ward, prominent social worker and churchman, together with Hopkins's outgoing.



Box: 23 Folder: 8
Warner, Albert
Date span: 1939, June 3
Description: Contains 1 TMs (copy) of radio broadcast by Albert Warner on CBS.



Box: 23 Folder: 9
Warner. Harry
Date span: 1944, November 9 - 1945, January 9
Description: Contains 2 TLS and 1 telegram from Warner, president of Warner Brothers, together with Hopkins's outgoing.



Box: 23 Folder: 10
Warren, Lindsay C.
Date span: 1936, December 22
Description: Contains 1 TL (carbon) only from Hopkins to then Representative from North Carolina.



Box: 23 Folder: 11
Watkins, G.V.
Date span: 1944, February 10 and February 15
Description: Contains 1 TLS from Watkins, then with Guy Lombardo radio broadcast, together with Hopkins's outgoing.



Box: 23 Folder: 12
Watson, Edwin M. ("Pa")
Date span: 1938, January 10 - 1944, March 25; Undated
Description: See itemized listing below.
Item List: Tel Watson, et. al. to HLH 5/31/--
"We three respectfully suggest . . . "

ALS Frances Watson to HLH Undated
"We are both grateful for the . . . "

Tel Watsons to HLH Undated
"Happy Christmas Quick Recovery . . . "

ALS Watson to HLH "Tuesday" 3 pages
"Frances and I have been keeping informed
. . . "

TL (carbon) HLH to Frances Watson 1/16/38

ALS Frances Watson to HLH Undated
"If you want to send . . . "

TL (carbon) HLH to Mrs. Watson 7/12/38

Tel Watson to HLH 8/3/38

TMemo (carbon) HLH to Pa Watson 12/8/38

TL (carbon) HLH to Pa Watson 1/19/40

TLS Pa Watson to HLH 1/23/40

ALS Pa Watson to HLH "Saturday"
"We are having a fine healthy time . . . "

Tel Pa Watson to HLH 4/2/--
"Have missed you very much . . . "

TLS Pa Watson to HLH 8/27/40

TLS Pa Watson to HLH 11/7/41

TL (carbon) Pa Watson to Summerlin 11/7/41

Tel (copy) Winant to Pa Watson 11/6/--
"We have had reports about the entry . . .
"

Tel Pa Watson to HLH 2/13/44

TL (carbon) HLH to Watsons 3/25/44


Box: 23 Folder: 13
Watson, Forbes
Date span: 1943, September 6 - September 30
Description: Contains 2 TLS and 1 ACS from Watson, then with War Savins Staff, Treasury Department, together with Hopkins's outgoing.



Box: 23 Folder: 14
Watson, Morris
Date span: 1945, February 15 and March 6
Description: Contains 1 TLS from Watson, then editor of "The Dispatcher", official paper of the ILO, together with Hopkins's outgoing



Box: 23 Folder: 15
Webb, Beatrice
Date span: 1941, November 28
Description: Contains 1 TL (carbon) only from Hopkins to Beatrice Webb.



Box: 23 Folder: 16
Webster, Benjamin L.
Date span: 1942, June 27
Description: Contains 1 ALS from Webster, then with the Office of the Chief of Air Corps, Army Air Forces.



Box: 23 Folder: 17
Webster, Sheridan
Date span: 1941, October 28 - December 2
Description: Contains 1 TLS from Webster, noted pamphleteer on business, together with Hopkins's outgoing.



Box: 23 Folder: 18
Weddell, Alexander W.
Date span: 1944, March 7 and March 9
Description: Contains 1 TLS from Weddell, Virginia social worker, together with Hopkins's outgoing.



Box: 23 Folder: 19
Wedemeyer, A.C.
Date span: 1942, April 24
Description: Contains 1 TLS from Lt. Colonel Wedemeyer, then with Operations Division, General Staff, War Department.



Box: 23 Folder: 20
Weinberg, Sidney J.
Date span: 1939, March 8 - December 20
Description: Contains 3 TLS from Weinberg, noted investment banker, together with Hopkins's outgoing.



Box: 23 Folder: 21
Weiss, Abraham
Date span: 1945, November 4
Description: Contains 1 ALS and sheet music, "The Great Heart", by Weiss.



Box: 23 Folder: 22
Weizmann, Chaim
Date span: 1941, February 17 and April 7
Description: Contains xeroxes only of letters from Bracken re Dr. Weizmann, then President of the World Zionist Organization.



Box: 23 Folder: 23
Weldon, Don
Date span: 1938, August 23 and Undated
Description: Contains 1 telegram from Weldon, then publisher of "The Progress" together with Hopkins's outgoing.



Box: 23 Folder: 24
Welles, Orson
Date span: 1942, February 3
Description: Contains 1 telegram from noted director and actor, Orson Welles.



Box: 23 Folder: 25
Wells, Sumner
Date span: 1938, December 27 and 1939, January 10; Undated
Description: Contains 1 ALS and 2 TLS from Wells, then Under Secretary of State, together with Hopkins's outgoing.



Box: 23 Folder: 26
Wells, H.G.
Date span: 1941, January 27
Description: Contains 1 TL (carbon) only from Hopkins to Wells.



Box: 23 Folder: 27
Werner, M.R.
Date span: 1938, November 19 - 1941, July 12
Description: Contains 2 TLS from Werner, author, together with Hopkins's outgoing.



Box: 23 Folder: 28
West, Walter
Date span: 1943, May 7
Description: Contains 1 TLS from West.



Box: 23 Folder: 29
Westbrook, Lawrence
Date span: 1936, June 18 - 1945, August 31; Undated
Description: Contains 24 ALS, 12 TLS, 2 ACS, 2 TL, 11 telegrams, & 1 TMs (carbon) from Westbrook together with Hopkins's outgoing.



Box: 23 Folder: 30
Westrick, Gerhardt Alois
Date span: 1940, June 4
Description: Contains 1 typed clipping and newsclip on Westrick, Hitler's special emissary re business relations between US & Germany



Box: 23 Folder: 31
Whalen, Grover
Date span: 1937, February 17 - 1941, June 16
Description: Contains 2 TLS and 1 telegram from Whalen, business executive, together with Hopkins's outgoing.



Box: 23 Folder: 32
Wheeler, Monroe
Date span: 1945, November 20
Description: Contains 1 TLS from then director of exhibitions and publications for MOMA.



Box: 23 Folder: 33
Whipple, Katherine
Date span: 1942, November 25 - December 5; Undated
Description: Contains 1 TLS from Whipple, public health administrator, w/2 monographs on public health in Harlem and re war effort.



Box: 23 Folder: 34
White, Emmet
Date span: 1935, July 14 - 1945, April 27
Description: Contains 7 TLS & 2 teleg., from noted Baltimore art & antique dealer, w/1 TLS from Sen. George L. Radcliffe of Md.


Box: 23 Folder: 35
White, Jack
Date span: 1942, July 29
Description: Contains 1 TL (carbon) from Hopkins to Mrs. White re the death of her husband, noted Broadway comic, with newsclipping.



Box: 23 Folder: 36
White, Ogden
Date span: 1941, March 15 and 1945, March 5
Description: Contains 1 ALS from White, w/Combined Production & Resources Board, & list for 19th Annual White House Corresp. Dinner.



Box: 23 Folder: 37
White, Walter
Date span: 1937, October 8 and October 21
Description: Contains 1 telegram from White, author and Secretary of the NAACP, together with Hopkins's outgoing.



Box: 23 Folder: 38
Whiteside, Arthur D.
Date span: 1939, June 5 and 1941, December 24; Undated
Description: Contains 2 TLS and 2 cards from Whiteside, then president of Dun and Bradstreet.



Box: 23 Folder: 39
Whitney, A.F.
Date span: 1944, September 12 and September 14
Description: Contains 1 TLS from Whitney, then president of the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, w/HLH outgoing and newsclipping.



Box: 23 Folder: 40
Whitney, John Hay.
Date span: 1942, August 17 - 1945, April 24
Description: Contains 2 telegrams from Whitney, then president of MOMA, w/memo from Col. Frank McCarthy, and Hopkins's outgoing.



Box: 24 Folder: 1
Wickard, Claude R.
Date span: 1941, April 10 - 1944, March 31; Undated
Description: Contains 1 TLS , 1 TL (per secretary) and card from then Secretary of Agriculture, Claude Wickard.



Box: 24 Folder: 2
Widdemer, Kenneth D.
Date span: 1945, June 16 and July 18
Description: Contains 2 TLS from Widdemar, public health administrator.



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Box: 24 Folder: 3
Widener, George D.
Date span: 1942, May 26 and 28
Description: Contains 1 telegram from then president of the Westchester Racing Association together with Hopkins's outgoing.



Box: 24 Folder: 4
Wilkinson, George
Date span: 1941, January 16 - August 1
Description: Contains 1 TLS from then Lord Mayor of London with Hopkins's outgoing & 1 TLS from James Brown then w/U.S. Embassy.



Box: 24 Folder: 5
Williams, Aubrey
Date span: 1934, August 17 - 1945, June 26
Description: Contains 3 ALS, 1 TLS and 3 telegrams from then Director of the National Youth Adminsitration together w/HLH outgoing.



Box: 24 Folder: 6
Williams, Clay
Date span: 1937, April 9 and May 19
Description: Contains 1 TLS from Williams, then Chairman of the Board for Reynolds Tobacco Company, together with HLH outgoing.



Box: 24 Folder: 7
Willkie, Wendell
Date span: 1941, May 12 - 1944, March 25
Description: See itemized listing below.
Item List: Tel Edward Price Bell to HLH 5/12/41

TL (carbon) HLH to Bell 5/13/41

TLS Willkie to HLH 8/20/41

TL (carbon) HLH to David Niles 11/10/41

Tel Willkie to 2/13/44

TL (carbon) HLH to Willkie 3/25/44




Box: 24 Folder: 8
Wills, David
Date span: 1945, July
Description: Contains 1 TMs (copy) of extract from a WMAL radio broadcast by David Wills together ACS from Wills, then w/ABC.



Box: 24 Folder: 9
Wilson, Arthur R.
Date span: Undated
Description: Contains a monograph entitled "Why Am I Fighting?" by Brig. General Wilson, Cmmdr, Mediterranean Base Section.



Box: 24 Folder: 10
Wilson, Hugh R.
Date span: 1938, April 19 and May 9
Description: Contains 1 TLS from then U.S. Ambassador to Germany together with Hopkins's outgoing.



Box: 24 Folder: 11
Wilson, Lyle C.
Date span: 1938, December 15
Description: Contains 1 TLS from Wilson, then manager of the Washington Bureau, United Press Associations.



Box: 24 Folder: 12
Wilson, M.L.
Date span: 1939, January 7 and Janury 9
Description: Contains 1 TLS from then Under Secretary of Agriculture, M.L.Wilson, together with Hopkins's outgoing.



Box: 24 Folder: 13
Winant, John G.
Date span: 1935, September 26 - 1945, July 4; Undated
Description: Contains 1 TLS, 4 telegrams & 2 cards from Winant, then U.S. Ambassador to Great Britain, with Hopkins's outgoing.



Box: 24 Folder: 14
Winchell, Walter
Date span: 1939, October 16 - 1945, June 18
Description: Contains 2 TLS, 3 TLS (per secretaries), 1 telegram and 1 newsclip from noted columnist together w/Hopkins's outgoing.



Box: 24 Folder: 15
Wing, Lucy Madeira
Date span: 1939, January 20 - January 27
Description: Contains 1 TLS from Lucy Madeira Wing, founder of toney girls school, Madeira, together with Hopkins's outgoing.



Box: 24 Folder: 16
Winship, Blanton
Date span: 1938, December 20
Description: Contains 1 cards from then governor of Puerto Rico, Blanton Winship.



Box: 24 Folder: 17
Winston, Richard P.
Date span: Undated
Description: Contains 1 TMs of poem by Winston, entitled "Dehydratics", together with newspaper clipping.



Box: 24 Folder: 18
Wisner, Cub
Date span: 1939, May 17 - 1943, June 23
Description: Contains 3 TLS and 3 telegrams from Wisner, then with the War Production Board, together with Hopkins's outgoing.



Box: 24 Folder: 19
Witt, Peter
Date span: 1939, January 31
Description: Contains 1 publicity card from Witt, author of book on Abraham Lincoln.



Box: 24 Folder: 20
Wolfschlager, Irene H.
Date span: 1941, May 20 and May 26
Description: Contains 1 ALS from childrens author, Irene Wolfschlager, together with Hopkins's outgoing.



Box: 24 Folder: 21
Wood, Robert E.
Date span: 1939, December 20 and Undated
Description: Contains 1 TLS and 1 card from Robert Wood, then Chairman of the Board for Sears, Roebuck & Company.



Box: 24 Folder: 22
Woodring, Harry H.
Date span: 1938, December 29 - 1940, January 16; Undated
Description: Contains 2 ALS, 2 TLS and 1 telegram from then Secretary of War, Harry Woodring, together with Hopkins's outgoing.



Box: 24 Folder: 23
Woods, Samuel E.
Date span: 1939, December 1
Description: Contains 1 TLS from Woods, then Commercial Attache with the U.S. Embassy in Berlin.



Box: 24 Folder: 24
Woodson, W.B.
Date span: 1937, December 30 and 1938, January 21
Description: Contains 1 TLS from Woodson, then Naval Aide to FDR, together with Hopkins's outgoing.



Box: 24 Folder: 25
Woodward, Ellen D.
Date span: 1937, December 18 - 1944, August 19
Description: Contains 4 TLS, 5 ALS, 1 ACS & 5 teleg. from Woodward, then member of the Federal Security Agency, with HLH outgoing.



Box: 24 Folder: 26
Woodward, Stanley
Date span: 1938, December 28 and December 29
Description: Contains 1 TLS from Woodward, then with Department of State, together with Hopkins's outgoing.



Box: 24 Folder: 27
Woofter, T.J.
Date span: 1937, July 25
Description: Contains 1 ACS from Dr. Woofter, noted demographer.



Box: 24 Folder: 28
Woollcott, Alexander
Date span: 1941, April 17 - 1942, November 10
Description: Contains 1 ALS, 1 TLS and 1 telegram from noted drama critic, Alexander Woollcott, together with Hopkins's outgoing.



Box: 24 Folder: 29
Wright, Warren
Date span: 1938, June 13 - 1941, May 6
Description: Contains 2 TLS and 2 telegrams from Warren Wright, noted Kentucky horsebreeder, together with Hopkins's outgoing.



Box: 24 Folder: 30
Wynne, Harry W.
Date span: 1942, April 21
Description: Contains 1 telegram from Hopkins to Mrs. Wynne on the death of her husband, noted NY public service administrator.



Box: 24 Folder: 31
Yates, Haydie
Date span: 1936, September 2
Description: Contains 1 telegram from Yates, then managing editor of "Today" magazine, together with HLH outgoing (per secretary).



Box: 24 Folder: 32
Yeager, H.A. ("Red")
Date span: 1941, February 6
Description: Contains 1 TLS from Yeager, then with Naval Operations.



Box: 24 Folder: 33
York, John C.
Date span: 1940, September 13 - 1941, August 26
Description: Contains 2 ALS from Monsignor John York, together with Hopkins's outgoing.



Box: 24 Folder: 34
Yost, Fielding H.
Date span: 1940, June 10 - June 26
Description: Contains 2 TLS from Philip Pack and 1 monograph by Yost, then Director of Athletics, Univ. of Michigan, w/HLH outgoing.



Box: 24 Folder: 35
Young, James W.
Date span: 1940, February 12 and March 20
Description: Contains 1 TLS from Young, then Director of Bureau of Foreign & Domestic Commerce, together with Hopkins's outgoing.



Box: 24 Folder: 36
Young, J. Russell
Date span: 1937, June 10 - 1943, May 26
Description: Contains 2 ALS, 2 TLS, 9 TL & game schedule from Young, newspaperman & D.C. commissioner, with Hopkins's outgoing.



Box: 24 Folder: 37
Young, Stephen M.
Date span: 1942, November 16 - 1943, April 20
Description: Contains 2 TLS, 1 card and 1 carbon telegram from Young, then Congressman-at-Large for Ohio, with Hopkins's outgoing.



Box: 24 Folder: 38
Young, W.B.
Date span: 1944, November 10 and November 14
Description: Contains 1 TLS from Rear Admiral Young, then Paymaster General of the Navy, together with Hopkins's outgoing.



Box: 24 Folder: 39
Zamoyski, Stephan
Date span: 1945, January 9 - April 24
Description: Contains 1 telegram and card from Count Zamoyski, together with Hopkins's outgoing.



Box: 24 Folder: 40
Zanuck, Darryl F.
Date span: 1944, December 20 - 1945, April 4
Description: Contains 2 TLS and address by Zanuck, 20th Century-Fox film mogul, together w/issue of "Prevent WWIII" & HLH outgoing.



Box: 24 Folder: 41
Zappola, Countess
Date span: 1941, March 3
Description: Contains 1 ALS from Countess Zappola.

Box: 25 Folder: 1
A (Agar to Atkinson)
Date span: 1938, September 6 - 1945, July 30
Description: Contains general correspondence from the American public; Herbert Agar; Earl Allvine; and others regarding cartoon caricatures; UN charter; college days; and a Movietone newsreel.

Box: 25 Folder: 2
Alfalfa Club
Date span: 1938, May 26 - 1939, May 22; Undated
Description: Contains correspondence from Joseph Himes, "farm boss" of the Alfalfa Fields, in Frederick, Maryland, inviting Hopkins to join him in the "harvesting" festivities. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 25 Folder: 3
American Association for Labor Legislation
Date span: 1941, January 22 - November 14
Description: Contains general correspondence from the Association notifying Hopkins of his re-election to membership in the General Advisory Council at its 34th annual meeting. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 25 Folder: 4
American Association of Social Workers
Date span: 1943, December 28 - 1944, January 26
Description: Contains general correspondence from Joseph P. Anderson, Executive Secretary, requesting a photograph of Hopkins, one of the Associations' thirteen former presidents. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 25 Folder: 5
American Association for the United Nations
Date span: 1945, July 26 - 1945, July 30; Undated
Description: Contains telegram from Clark M. Eichelberger, Director of the Association, to Hopkins concerning its objectives and policies on behalf of the UN. Includes Hopkins' outgoing and an office memo.

Box: 25 Folder: 6
American College Girl
Date span: 1939, August - October
Description: Contains general correspondence and materials from Ruth Maier, Secretary, regarding the 1939 College Girl contest. Contains no Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 25 Folder: 7
American Friends of a Jewish Palestine, Inc.
Date span: 1941, May 9 and May 13
Description: Contains 1 letter from the Secretary, Gabriel Wechsler, inviting Hopkins to address the organizations' second annual meeting, as well as a discussion of its aims and policies. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 25 Folder: 8
American Geographical Society
Date span: 1941, November 3
Description: Contains one letter, invitation, and brochure from Mary Walls informing Hopkins of his nomination to the Society. Includes no Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 25 Folder: 9
American Labor Party
Date span: 1938, December 24 and 28
Description: Contains one letter from Jerome Sill, Chairman of the
American Labor Party (New York chapter) and a CBS business executive, congratulating Hopkins on his appointment as Secretary of Commerce. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 25 Folder: 10
American Peace Society
Date span: 1944, August 5 and August 9
Description: Contains letters and materials from Swan Alfred Larson to Hopkins and to Cordell Hull, as well as a xeroxed letter from U.S. Congressman Harold Knutson, regarding the UN and the status of world peace.

Box: 25 Folder: 11
American Public Welfare Association
Date span: 1941, May 15 and May 20
Description: Contains 1 letter from Alice MacDonald, Research
Assistant, requesting a photograph from Hopkins for a proposed history of the Association. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 25 Folder: 12
American Relief Ship for Spain
Date span: 1938, July 8
Description: Contains 1 letter only from Bishop Francis J. McConnell and Dr. Walter B. Cannon, Co-Chairmen of the Medical Bureau and the North American Committee to Aid Spanish Democracy, asking Hopkins to become a sponsor.

Box: 25 Folder: 13
American Russian Institute
Date span: 1945, May 14 and May 16
Description: Contains 1 letter from Harriet L. Moore, Executive Secretary, inviting Hopkins to participate in a study of the administration of social services in the Soviet Union. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 25 Folder: 14
American Scandinavian Foundation
Date span: 1942, November 12 and November 13
Description: Contains 1 telegram from Herman T. Asche, president of the New York chapter, regarding a benefit for "The Wings for Norway" drive. Includes Hopkins' outgoing telegram only.

Box: 25 Folder: 15
American Society of Newspaper Editors
Date span: 1941, April 1 and April 9
Description: Contains one letter and memo from Dwight Marvin, treasurer, inviting Hopkins to speak before the Society. Contains no Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 25 Folder: 16
American-Soviet Friendship, Inc.
Date span: 1943, September 28 - 1945, September 6
Description: Contains 1 telegram from Abner Larned and a letter from Dirk J. Struik inviting Hopkins to speak before the organization's various local councils in order to counteract anti-Soviet feeling. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 25 Folder: 17
American Unity League, Inc.
Date span: 1943, September 11 and September 14
Description: Contains 1 letter from Edmond Warren Brown inviting Hopkins to the Founders' meeting, as well as a carbon letter from James Brown, Jr. to FDR, regarding economic planning and social security. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 25 Folder: 18
Army-Navy Journal
Date span: 1944, February 18 and March 2
Description: Contains 1 letter from the publisher, Colonel John Callan O'Laughlin, regarding Hopkins' objection pertaining to a confidential statement regarding the Far East situation made by the latter. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 25 Folder: 19
B (Baker to Burt)
Date span: 1933, September 23 - 1945, November 5
Description: Contains letters, telegrams, and newsclippings from a variety of correspondents such as Jacob Billikopf; Bruce Barton; and Ray Branion regarding biographical materials; FDR; the WPA; and Eleanor Roosevelt and Negroes.

Box: 25 Folder: 20
Beacon Light Court Project
Date span: Undated
Description: Contains postcard and photographs of this project built by the Pioneer Construction Company. Contains no Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 25 Folder: 21
Bement School
Date span: 1942, June 29 - 1943, August 10
Description: Contains 1 letter from David Frederick and 1 letter from Lewis Bement of the War Production Board, regarding the use of Hopkins' name for the school's advertising campaign. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 25 Folder: 22
Birth Control Federation of America
Date span: 1941, October 1 and October 3
Description: Contains 1 letter from Mrs. Thomas S. Lamont, Chairman of the 25th Anniversary Dinner commemorating America's first birth control clinic. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 25 Folder: 23
C (Cahill to Cushing)
Date span: 1933, June 21 - 1945, January 25
Description: Contains letters, telegrams, and newsclippings from a variety of correspondents regarding Hopkins' "Begging Charity"; college days; the WPA; politics; health; and a Chautauqua speech. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 25 Folder: 24
California Pacific International Exposition
Date span: 1935, October 24 - November 7
Description: Contains 2 letters from the president of the Exposition, Frank G. Belcher, regarding a commemorative medal awarded to Hopkins for his cooperation during the Exposition. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 25 Folder: 25
Canadian Club of Toronto
Date span: 1941, February 17 - 1943, July 2
Description: Contains letters and telegram from the secretary, John M. Philip, inviting Hopkins to address their various luncheon meetings comprised of businessmen and professionals. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 25 Folder: 26
Canadian Prosperity League
Date span: 1934, December 18 - December 22
Description: Contains letters and stamps from Ernest A. Sackl to Hopkins, then Federal Relief Administrator, regarding a Canadian anti-poverty program. Contains no Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 25 Folder: 27
Chicago Friends of Harry L. Hopkins
Date span: Undated

Description: Contains 2 carbon lists of Harry Hopkins' friends who lived in the Chicago area.

Box: 25 Folder: 28
Chippewa Indians
Date span: 1940, February 19
Description: Contains copies of a letter and initiation ceremony (originals of which are in "Chief The Great White Fisher" file, Individual Correspondence). Contains no Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 25 Folder: 29
Christadora House
Date span: 1942, September 22 and September 24
Description: Contains a letter from Herbert E. Biele, Executive Director of Christadora House, a social service organization in which Hopkins was previously associated. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 25 Folder: 30
City Club of New York
Date span: 1941, April 2 - October 8
Description: Contains 1 letter from Cyrus C. Perry and Lawson Purdy inviting Hopkins to address a luncheon and to become a member of the club. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 25 Folder: 31
Civil Aeronautics Authority
Date span: 1940, April 18
Description: Contains 1 typed letter (carbon) from Hopkins to the chairman of the Civil Aeronautics Authority, Robert H. Hinckley, regarding the former's receipt of the Commission's first annual report. Contains no Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 25 Folder: 32
College Poetry Society of America
Date span: 1939, February 5 & February 14; Undated
Description: Contains a letter and brochures from Ann Winslow (pseudonym: Verna Elizabeth Grubbs) to Hopkins concerning the Society's purposes and needs. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 25 Folder: 33
Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS)
Date span: 1944, July 12 - 1945, June 4; Undated
Description: Contains letters, studio pass, and privately printed report from the Executive Vice President, Paul W. Kesten; and director of the Washington office, E.H. Gammons, concerning FDR's death and World Words. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 25 Folder: 34
Common Sense
Date span: 1938, November 18
Description: Contains 1 letter from Alfred M. Bingham, editor, to Hopkins regarding an article by U.S. Congressman Amlie dealing with the shift to Republicanism. Contains no Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 25 Folder: 35
Council on Foreign Relations, Inc.
Date span: 1945, January - November 28
Description: Contains a letter from Walter H. Mallory,
Executive Director, regarding the Council's aims and objectives; as well as the 1945 membership list. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 26 Folder: 1
D (Daly to Dysart)
Date span: 1933, June 15 - 1945, July 14
Description: Contains letters, telegrams, and newsclippings from a wide variety of correspondents regarding FDR; songs for the Democratic National Convention; the Red Cross; fine cigars; politics; and bum racehorses.

Box: 26 Folder: 2
Democratic Digest
Date span: 1939, October 13 and October 19
Description: Contains 1 letter from Virginia Rishel, associate editor, regarding Diana Hopkins' appearance in the journal's October issue. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 26 Folder: 3
Democratic National Convention 1936
Date span: 1936, October 9 - October 31
Description: Contains telegrams, newsrelease, listings of committee memberships, convention manuals (2 copies), and a dinner ticket from the Convention held in Madison Square Garden, New York City. Contains no Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 26 Folder: 4
Democratic National Convention 1940-1944
Date span: 1940-1944
Description: Contains listings only of the Democratic National Committeemen for Resolutions and Platforms; Rules and Order of Business; and Credentials for the period 1940 to 1944.

Box: 26 Folder: 5
Democratic National Convention 1940 - 1943
Date span: 1940, May 21 - 1943, September 9
Description: Contains letters, telegrams, and newsclippings from various state committeemen and local politicians regarding the 1940 campaign, as well as upcoming state conventions. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 26 Folder: 6
Democratic National Convention 1944
Date span: 1944, September 28 - November 15
Description: Contains letters; telegrams; resolutions; a speech by Bartley C. Crum; Hopkins' financial contribution; Republican radio broadcasts; and radio listener ratings regarding the 1944 Convention. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 26 Folder: 7
Democratic National Convention 1944
Date span: 1944, October 18 - 1945, May 1
Description: Contains letters and memos between James J. Devlin and Hopkins regarding a July 1942 informal conference held on postwar readjustment of civilian and military personnel; as well as the Convention in general.

Box: 26 Folder: 8
Democratic National Convention 1944
Date span: 1944, October 24 - November 10
Description: Contains telegrams, letters, and newsclippings from voters; local party bosses; and Democratic bigwigs rejoicing over FDR's presidential victory in 1944. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 26 Folder: 9
Democratic National Convention 1945
Date span: 1945. January 6 - July 10; Undated
Description: Contains memos, letters, and political broadside to Hopkins from Robert E. Hannegan, Chairman of the Democratic National Committee, regarding the election's aftermath. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 26 Folder: 10
Democratic Women's National Council
Date span: 1939, April 14; Undated
Description: Contains letter from Mrs. H. A. Dodderidge, then President of the Council, inviting Hopkins to the annual Cherry Blossom Ball. Includes memos and Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 26 Folder: 11
Detectives Endowment Association
Date span: 1933, October 27 and November 4
Description: Contains 1 letter and a card from Dennis J. Mahoney, then president of the Association, informing Hopkins that he had been made an honorary member. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 26 Folder: 12
E (Eagan - Everitt)
Date span: 1933, May 20 - 1944, December 14
Description: Contains letters, telegrams, and clippings from various
correspondents including Margaret Suckley; Morris Ernst; and Arthur Epperson regarding Eleanor Roosevelt; the FDR Library; politics; and the "usual bunch of bastards". Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 26 Folder: 13
Economic Club of New York
Date span: 1941, February 17 - February 26

Description: Contains 2 letters from Robert Erskine Ely,
Executive Director, inviting Hopkins to speak at their annual dinner
meeting in light of his return from England regarding Lend-Lease. Includes HLH outgoing.

Box: 26 Folder: 14
Eighteen Club
Date span: 1939, June 15
Description: Contains 1 telegram only from the "ploughed-under members of the Fifty Second Street Corn Belt" to Hopkins.

Box: 26 Folder: 15
Emblem of Honor Association
Date span: 1941, September 20 and September 23
Description: Contains 1 letter from E.S. West, President, informing Hopkins of a presentation of emblems to be worn by those whose relatives served in the armed forces. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 26 Folder: 16
Esquire Magazine
Date span: 1942, June 29 and July 6
Description: Contains 1 letter from Associate Editor, Bernard Geis, requesting an interview with Hopkins regarding a series of capsule biographies to be published in Esquire. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 26 Folder: 17
Essex Fells Country Club
Date span: 1936, May 31 - June 8
Description: Contains a letter and membership card to Hopkins
from the Essex Fells Country Club, New Jersey. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 26 Folder: 18
F (Felix to FRank)
Date span: 1933, August 17 - 1945, March 7
Description: Contains letters, telegrams and newsclippings from varied correspondents regarding tardy mail; crispy celery; crusty constituents; loyalist Spain; and faithful New Dealers. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 26 Folder: 19
Finnish Relief Fund, Inc.
Date span: 1940, January 9
Description: Contains 1 letter from the Chairman of the Washington unit, the Rev. Edmund A. Walsh, S.J. of Georgetown University, seeking a donation from Hopkins for the fund. Contains no Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 26 Folder: 20
Fortune Magazine
Date span: 1937, September 18 - 1945, March 9
Description: Contains letters and reprints from Fortune Magazine regarding the WPA; Charles J.V. Murphy on Churchill; and Beardsley Ruml. Includes memo from Stephen Early and Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 26 Folder: 21
Frontier Films
Date span: 1939, March 14
Description: Contains a xerox of a letter (original in the Lillian
Hellman file) from its associates (Hellman, Corliss Lamont, Quincy Howe, Bishop F.J. O'Connell, & Mary Van Kleeck) regarding the LaFollette Civil Liberties Committee.

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