The Harry L. Hopkins Papers: Series I - Correspondence

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Box: 27 Folder: 1
G (Gaffney - Gros)
Date span: 1933, October 19 - 1945, August 2
Description: Contains letters, telegrams, and clippings
from various correspondents regarding bad checks; good chess; Hopkins' sincerity; insincere politicians; impaired health; and healthier climes. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 27 Folder: 2
Georgetown Citizens Association
Date span: 1938, November - 1945, March 21
Description: Contains letters from the Association (formerly the Progressive Citizens Association of Georgetown) to Hopkins regarding membership. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 27 Folder: 3
Gilmore, Eugene A.
Date span: 1935, July 12 - 1939, June 29
Description: Contains letters from the president of the State University of Iowa, Iowa City, to Hopkins regarding invitations and the appearance of the Scottish Highlanders Band. Includes Hopkins' outgoing and telegram.

Box: 27 Folder: 4
Good Neighbor Foundation
Date span: 1944, December 21 and December 29
Description: Contains 1 letter from the Founder-President, Benjamin Neal, informing Hopkins of the Foundation's aims and activities. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 27 Folder: 5
Good Samaritans, Inc.
Date span: 1938, May 16 and 1939, March 30
Description: Contains 2 letters from this organization regarding a
contribution and a tour of its headquarters. Contains no Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 27 Folder: 6
Good Times Everywhere, Inc.
Date span: 1932 and 1939, April 20 and 26
Description: Contains a letter from James B. Hollis, Success Sloganist,
notifying Hopkins of a gift of "positive prosperity prescription" ensured to produce a "prosperous smile!" Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 27 Folder: 7
Great Kills Tennis Club
Date span: 1939, January 18
Description: Contains 1 carbon letter from Hopkins to the Club verifying that he had been a member in 1914 or 1915.

Box: 27 Folder: 8
Griffith, W.I.
Date span: 1944, January 10 - January 19
Description: Contains a letter from Griffith, Director of Radio WOI (Iowa State College), asking Hopkins to set up an interview with Eleanor Roosevelt. Includes White House memos regarding the importance of such an interview.

Box: 27 Folder: 9
H (Haardt to Hynes)
Date span: 1933, June 20 - 1945, March 9
Description: Contains letters, telegrams, and clippings
from varied correspondents regarding vigorous spring water; silver compotes; vexing stomach troubles; Russian son's visa; and halcyon school days. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 27 Folder: 10
Hadassah - Washington Chapter
Date span: 1941, February 20 and February 27
Description: Contains 1 letter from Mrs. Moe Offenberg, President, inviting Hopkins to be guest speaker at the Chapter's annual banquet as well as the organization's activities. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 27 Folder: 11
Hibernian Society of Baltimore
Date span: 1940, June 15 - 1941, February 19
Description: Contains letters and membership application from the Society's President, William B. Hysan, Jr., inviting Hopkins to become a member. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 27 Folder: 12
Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonels
Date span: 1939, April 28 and May 5
Description: Contains 1 letter from Colonel Anna Friedman inviting Hopkins to attend the sixth annual dinner of the Order. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 27 Folder: 13
I (Imbrie to Irwin)
Date span: 1936, November 4 - 1944, December 11
Description: Contains letters and telegrams from varied correspondents to Hopkins regarding the "Dulles mercenaries", and congratulations. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 27 Folder: 14
Inner Circle
Date span: 1935, March 9
Description: Contains dinner menu, program, and seating
list from the Circle regarding the presentation, "Merrily We Dole Along". Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 27 Folder: 15
International News Photos
Date span: 1943, November 23
Description: Contains 1 letter from H.M. Van Tine, manager of the Washington Bureau, requesting a picture lay-out of Hopkins' Georgetown home.

Box: 27 Folder: 16
Inter-Parliamentary Union
Date span: 1941, January 11 - January 31
Description: Contains letters from Colonel Arthur Evans, Chairman of the British Group, inviting Hopkins to speak to the Union while he was in England on behalf of Lend-Lease. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 27 Folder: 17
Iowa State Society
Date span: 1934, January 26 - 1940, January 11
Description: Contains letters from Gertrude M. Louis, Secretary,
concerning a reception for U.S. Representative from Iowa, Fred Gilchrist, as well as Hopkins' outgoing regarding membership dues.

Box: 27 Folder: 18
Irvington House for Children
Date span: 1935, May 23 - 1942, May 28
Description: Contains letters, invitations, schedules, and telegrams
from the Irvington House for Children with Heart Disease regarding their various activities and services. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 27 Folder: 19
Israel Orphan Asylum
Date span: 1935, December 4 - 1941, December 9
Description: Contains letters from Judge Gustave Hartman, the founder, and his wife, inviting Hopkins to become an Honorary Patron at their annual event in Madison Square Garden. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 27 Folder: 20
J (Jackson to Juster)
Date span: 1933, June 20 - 1945, March 29
Description: Contains letters, telegrams, and clippings
from correspondents regarding cocker spaniels; cock-eyed politicians; city commerce dinners; small colleges; college chums; and Camp Beauregard. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 27 Folder: 21
Jackson Day Committee
Date span: 1944, January 17 and January 19
Description: Contains 1 letter from the treasurer of the Committee, Joseph E. Davies, seeking contributions for the annual dinner and the Democratic Party. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 27 Folder: 22
Jefferson Islands Club
Date span: 1935, July 2 - 1941, May 9
Description: Contains letters, brochures, and membership material from the Club inviting Hopkins to join, as well as information on the Club's activities and its select membership. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 27 Folder: 23
Jonathan Club
Date span: 1938, September 24 and October 7
Description: Contains the Club's guest pass for Hopkins,
located in Los Angeles. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 27 Folder: 24
K (Karcher to Krauss)
Date span: 1933, June 16 - 1945, April 27
Description: Contains letters, clippings, and citations
from varied correspondents regarding pinkmeat grapefruit; "God and the Yanks"; great admiration; Grinnellians; and hooking kingfish. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 27 Folder: 25
Kevo Company
Date span: 1942, April 24
Description: Contains 1 letter only from the General Manager, George M. Bartlett, concerning a gift of Kevo Enurgets for the chronically ill Hopkins.

Box: 27 Folder: 26
Kiplinger Washington Letters
Date span: 1937, October 30 - 1939, July 1
Description: Contains a run of the Kiplinger newsletters for this period. The newsletters were circulated to businessmen regarding government activities.

Box: 28 Folder: 1
L (LaFontaine to Lywood)
Date span: 1933, May 26 - 1945, June 18
Description: Contains letters, telegrams, and newsclippings from varied
correspondents regarding a united and patriotic war effort; Hopkins' resignation; his relatives; health; and retirement. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 28 Folder: 2
Labor League For Human Rights, AFL
Date span: 1945, July 27 and July 30
Description: Contains 1 letter from Matthew Woll, Chairman of the New York Labor War Chest, inviting Hopkins to address the first Labor Institute on Social Service. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 28 Folder: 3
Lancers Athletic Club
Date span: 1938, June 29 and July 6
Description: Contains 1 letter and raffle book from the President of the
Club, James Lewis, requesting Hopkins to contribute to the club's fund for distressed juveniles. Contains no Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 28 Folder: 4
League for Industrial Democracy
Date span: 1945, December 19 and December 26
Description: Contains 1 letter from Harry Laidler, Executive Director, inviting Hopkins to be a principal speaker at the annual conference on labor and the atomic age. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 28 Folder: 5
Liberal Parliamentary Party
Date span: 1941, January 20 - and January 21
Description: Contains 1 letter from the Rt. Hon. Sir Percy Harris, M.P. and Chief Whip of the Party, inviting Hopkins to a members' luncheon. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 28 Folder: 6
Liberty Magazine
Date span: 1935, December 20 - 1936, February 17
Description: Contains letters and telegram from the Associate Editor, William C. Lengel, regarding a proposed article to be written by Hopkins entitled, "Where Do We Go From Here?" Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 28 Folder: 7
Library of Congress
Date span: 1938, July 8 - 1940, December 23
Description: Contains letters, memos, and library card from the Library regarding Hopkins' reading material during this period. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 28 Folder: 8
Life Magazine
Date span: 1940, August 15 - 1943, February 13
Description: Contains Hopkins' outgoing to R.J. Richtsteig and Life Magazine regarding a photograph of Hopkins "braced by a Republican product."

Box: 28 Folder: 9
Lincoln Library
Date span: 1940, August 26 - September 14
Description: Contains letters from H.E. Luhrs, of the Lincoln Library,
Shippensburg, Pennsylvania, requesting Hopkins' autograph for their Executive Branch collection. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 28 Folder: 10
Livingston Enterprise
Date span: 1939, October 4
Description: Contains 1 carbon letter from Hopkins to LeClaire E. Flint, editor of Livingston Enterprise, regarding playing baseball in Montana some thirty years ago.

Box: 28 Folder: 11
Lodwick, Albert I.
Date span: 1943, August 16 - September 7
Description: Contains 1 letter from the president of the Lodwick School of Aeronautics, Lakeland, Florida, regarding flight covers and good times at Warm Springs in 1933. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 28 Folder: 12
Look Magazine
Date span: 1938, December 28 - 1944, November 27
Description: Contains letters from various editors of Look Magazine regarding articles and photographs by and of Hopkins. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 28 Folder: 13
M (MacBride to Myers)
Date span: 1932, April 21 - 1945, July 26
Description: Contains letters, telegrams, clippings, and cards from various correspondents regarding "old man sickness"; days-gone-by; Hopkins' contribution and service to the nation; and the U.S. war effort. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 28 Folder: 14
Marine News
Date span: 1944, February 17 and February 19
Description: Contains 1 letter from the editor, Wendell Phillips Dodge, requesting Hopkins to contribute an article for the journal's proposed book on the Merchant Marine and foreign trade. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 28 Folder: 15
Mask and Bauble Club, Georgetown University
Date span: 1939, November 6 and November 8
Description: Contains an invitation from Georgetown University's dramatic society of an upcoming performance. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 28 Folder: 16
"Merry-Go-Round"
Date span: 1934, April 6
Description: Contains a newsclipping of the daily
"Merry-Go-Round" column featuring Hopkins and written by Drew Pearson and Robert S. Allen, journalists on the Washington Herald. Contains no Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 28 Folder: 17
Mexico
Date span: 1940, August 22
Description: Contains a cross reference entry only on the subject, "Mexico". See letter from Rev. Thomas Shannon in General Correspondence Section.

Box: 28 Folder: 18
Miami
Date span: 1939, January 3 and November 28
Description: Contains 1 letter from the General Chairman of Air Maneuvers of the Miami Airport Association, R.V. Waters, regarding the Eleventh Annual Air Show held in Miami. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 28 Folder: 19
Miscellaneous Materials
Date span: 1937, March
Description: Contains reprint of an article entitled, "Is Milk Cancer's Ally?", written by Walter C. Martin for Coronet Magazine.

Box: 28 Folder: 20
Mitchel Commissioners and Associates
Date span: 1939, July 12 - 1940, July 11
Description: Contains invitations and letters from the Associates inviting Hopkins to attend the annual pilgrimage and dinner at the John Purroy Mitchel Memorial, New York City. Contains no Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 28 Folder: 21
Movietone News
Date span: 1939, February 14 - March 16
Description: Contains letters from Earl F. Allvine, Washington Bureau chief for Movietone Newsreels, regarding a newsreel print of Hopkins' swearing-in-ceremony as Secretary of Commerce. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 28 Folder: 22
N (Nagle to Null)
Date span: 1935, February 20 - 1945, July 20
Description: Contains letters, cards, and telegrams from various correspondents regarding Hopkins' immense service to the nation; FDR's death; greatness; the common man; and government hypocrites. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 28 Folder: 23
National Broadcasting Company (NBC)
Date span: 1945, February 9 - June 29
Description: Contains letters and a studio pass from Niles Trammell, president of NBC, concerning Hopkins' participation in the V-E Day broadcasts. Contains no Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 28 Folder: 24
National Cathedral Association
Date span: 1939, June 7
Description: Contains a letter and card from the
Association requesting donations from Hopkins as well as his entering its list of subscribers.

Box: 28 Folder: 25
National Consumers League
Date span: 1939, June 16
Description: Contains 1 letter and card from this early consumer organization for social justice inviting Hopkins to join.

Box: 28 Folder: 26
National Council of Jewish Tuberculosis Institute
Date span: 1945, December 3 and December 13
Description: Contains 1 letter from the Director, Bernard S. Coleman, regarding the former's involvement in labor management problems. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 28 Folder: 27
National Democratic Club
Date span: 1935, January 15 - 1939, February 13
Description: Contains 2 letters from two former presidents
of the Club, Thomas J. McMahon and Benjamin F. Schreiber, regarding Hopkins' appearance as a speaker for their annual meetings. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 28 Folder: 28
National Federation for Constitutional Liberties
Date span: 1943, August 17 and September 7
Description: Contains 1 letter from the Chairman, George Marshall, concerning a discussion of certain "matters of mutual interest" between the two. Includes Hopkins' outgoing and note.

Box: 28 Folder: 29
National Foundation for Education in Amer. Citizenship
Date span: 1944, June 10 and June 13
Description: Contains 1 letter from the Executive Secretary, Franklin L. Burdette, requesting Hopkins to contribute a short piece on the Constitution for a proposed publication. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 28 Folder: 30
National Press Club
Date span: 1935, February 16 - 1942, October 6
Description: Contains letters and other materials from the Club's various presidents regarding non-active membership and invitations to the Club's various activities. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 28 Folder: 31
National Recreation Association
Date span: 1941, December 11
Description: Contains 1 letter from the president, Howard Braucher, concerning a presentation copy of the Association's "defense creation meetings". Contains no Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 28 Folder: 32
National Symphony Orchestra
Date span: 1937, March 13 - 1940, June 25
Description: Contains letters and other materials from various officers of the National Symphony regarding funding and invitations to the Association's various activities. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 28 Folder: 33
National Tuberculosis Association
Date span: 1939, July 18 and 1942, November 19
Description: Contains 1 letter from C.L. Newcomb regarding
his trip to Washington as well as a Hopkins' outgoing concerning the expiration of his term as director-at-large.

Box: 28 Folder: 34
Newark Museum
Date span: 1945, July 13
Description: Contains 1 letter from the director, Beatrice Winser, regarding prints and paintings Hopkins donated to the Newark, New Jersey, Museum. Contains no Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 28 Folder: 35
New School for Social Research
Date span: 1945, November 19 and November 21
Description: Contains 1 letter from the director, Alvin Johnson, inviting Hopkins to attend as opening speaker the School's series of lectures on government policy in the postwar period. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 29 Folder: 1
Newspaper Women's Club of Washington
Date span: 1941, May 1 and May 5
Description: Contains one letter from the president, Katharine Brooks,
inviting Hopkins to attend an exhibit of Mildred Brown's portraits, which included Hopkins' daughter, Diana. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 29 Folder: 2
Newspapers (General)
Date span: 1943, June 25 - June 26
Description: Contains letters and newsclippings from newspaper columnists, (i.e., Walter Trohan), regarding the administration's many and varied activities. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 29 Folder: 3
Newsweek Magazine
Date span: 1941, May 15 - 1944, July 19
Description: Contains letters from the president, Malcolm Muir, and a staff member regarding a proposed piece on national defense as well as a vignette on Hopkins. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 29 Folder: 4
New York Academy of Medicine
Date span: 1934, January 9 and January 11
Description: Contains one letter from the Secretary, Foster Kennedy, regarding Hopkins' resignation from the Academy. Includes Hopkins' outgoing and membership dues.

Box: 29 Folder: 5
New York City Health Development
Date span: 1939, July 18
Description: Contains 1 carbon letter from Hopkins to Kenneth D. Widdemer, Secretary of the Neighborhood Health Development, regarding the brochure and inscription sent and the memories it rekindled.

Box: 29 Folder: 6
New York State Democratic Club
Date span: 1940, May 8
Description: Contains 1 letter from Stanley R. Roach, president, inviting Hopkins to become a member as well as outlining the group's services and activities. Contains no Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 29 Folder: 7
New York Times
Date span: 1936, May 19 - 1943, June 26
Description: Contains letters from Lester Markel; Arthur Hays Sulzberger (publisher); Lewis Wood; and Helene Lazareff regarding articles, interviews, and invitations. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 29 Folder: 8
New York Tuberculosis and Health Association, Inc.
Date span: 1936, April 7 - 1942, May 28
Description: Contains 1 letter from Godias Drolet, Assistant Director, regarding a statistical report on New York City health conditions. Includes Hopkins' outgoing letter and telegram.

Box: 29 Folder: 9
New Yorker Magazine
Date span: 1942, October 2 - 1945, June 25
Description: Contains letters from Raoul Fleischmann, publisher; Geoffrey Hellman, writer; and assorted staff members regarding FDR; an article on Hopkins; and subscriptions. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 29 Folder: 10
New Zionist Organization of America
Date span: 1943, August 11 and August 12
Description: Contains 1 letter and broadside from Colonel Morris J. Mendelsohn, president, regarding the British mandate over Palestine and the restoration of the Jewish state. Contains no Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 29 Folder: 11
Northwest Airlines
Date span: 1945, March 23
Description: Contains 1 carbon letter only from Hopkins to J.W. Hutchinson, District Traffic Manager, thanking him for the playing cards.

Box: 29 Folder: 12
O (O'Berry to Orndorff)
Date span: 1933, December 8 - 1945, July 30
Description: Contains letters, telegrams, and clippings from various correspondents regarding coat-of-arms; honeymoon hotels; politics and the President; postwar Europe; and the Masons. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 29 Folder: 13
Oglethorpe University
Date span: 1940, May 22; Undated
Description: Contains brochure, certificate, and card from Dr. Thornwell Jacobs, President, concerning the closing ceremonies of the Crypt of Civilization. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 29 Folder: 14
Open Forum Speakers Bureau
Date span: 1935, October 30
Description: Contains 1 letter and brochure from Mildred C. Smith, Executive Secretary, inviting Hopkins to speak at the Temple Beth-El Men's Club. Contains no Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 29 Folder: 15
Order of Ahepa
Date span: 1943, April 30 and May 3
Description: Contains 1 letter from George C. Vournas, Supreme President of this Hellenic Educational Association, regarding a miniature replica of FDR, "The War President". Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 29 Folder: 16
Outdoor Advertising
Date span: 1944, August 16
Description: Contains a letter and report on the war effort of the Outdoor Advertising Association from Leonard W. Trester, director. Contains no Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 29 Folder: 17
Overseas Automotive Club
Date span: 1939
Description: Contains one letter from the Club inviting Hopkins to attend its April meeting. Contains no Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 29 Folder: 18
Overseas Writers Club
Date span: 1942, April 28 - May 20
Description: Contains letters from Barnet Nover, President, inviting Hopkins to appear as guest speaker at their luncheons. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 29 Folder: 19
Oxford University Encaenia
Date span: 1945, June 19 - October 30
Description: Contains letters from Douglas Veale, Registrar, informing Hopkins of receipt of a proposed Honorary Degree of D.C.L. in recognition of his services to the Allied cause. Includes Hopkins' note and outgoing.

Box: 29 Folder: 20
P (Pack to Pulliam)
Date span: 1934, April 16 - 1944, December 24
Description: Contains letters, telegrams, and newsclippings from various correspondents regarding WPA memories; Christadora days; "roughly speaking"; war morale; and Farley "sob stuff". Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 29 Folder: 21
Pan American Union
Date span: 1937, December 13 - 1945, April 5
Description: Contains letters and invitations from the Director General, L.S. Rowe, regarding the various activities and celebrations of the Union. Includes some of Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 29 Folder: 22
Phi Beta Kappa Associates
Date span: 1940 and 1941, October 22
Description: Contains a letter from Arthur T. Vanderbilt, president, as well as monographs and a listing of associates, regarding Hopkins' nomination as a founding member. Contains no Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 29 Folder: 23
Philadelphia Museum of Art
Date span: Undated
Description: Contains exhibition invitation only to the collection of
Walter P. Chrysler, Jr.

Box: 29 Folder: 24
Poland
Date span: 1939, May 18 - 1940, June
Description: Contains letters and literature on Polish participation in the 1939 World's Fair, and Polish Relief from Princess Paul Sapieha. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 29 Folder: 25
Portsmouth, City of
Date span: 1941, August 12 and September 2
Description: Contains 1 letter from the town clerk, F.J. Sparks, regarding Hopkins and Winston Churchill's receipt of Honorary Freedom to the City. Includes Hopkins' outgoing. See also Churchill File.

Box: 29 Folder: 26
Professional Men's League for FDR
Date span: 1936, October 26
Description: Contains 1 letter from W.B. Rousltone, National Director, thanking Hopkins for his efforts as well as the latter's membership of the "white collar group". Contains no Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 29 Folder: 27
R (Radway to Ryan)
Date span: 1933, May 29 - 1945, November 19
Description: Contains letters, telegrams, and newsclippings from various correspondents regarding patriotism; politics; and the past. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 29 Folder: 28
Random House, Inc.
Date span: 1943, September 2 - October 8
Description: Contains 1 letter from Pauline Kreiswirth regarding the
Proust titles he wanted. Also includes manuscript notations and Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 29 Folder: 29
Red Cross
Date span: 1920, February 16 - 1942, October 23
Description: Contains 1 letter from Harry L. Hopkins, then Associate Manager, regarding a trip to Vera Cruz to see General Aquilar. Also includes a letter from Irene Waldo and Hopkins' later outgoing.

Box: 29 Folder: 30
Research Council on Problems of Alcohol
Date span: 1946, January 22 and January 24
Description: Contains 1 letter from Harry H. Moore, Executive Secretary, regarding Hopkins recommending a qualified individual for the position of executive officer. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 29 Folder: 31
Russian War Relief
Date span: Undated
Description: Contains 1 letter only concerning a dinner on behalf of
Russian relief. Contains no Hopkins' outgoing. See also Collection Index.

Box: 29 Folder: 32
S (Sampson to Sussman)
Date span: 1933, June 22 - 1945, June 21
Description: Contains letters, telegrams, and clippings from various correspondents regarding blood donations; the Kingdom of God, the Book of Daniel, and the war (amen); WPA "half wits"; and deer brand beer. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 30 Folder: 1
Sinai Temple Forum
Date span: 1941, July 10 - July 25
Description: Contains letters from S.D. Schwartz, Executive Director, regarding Hopkins' approaching William C. Bullitt as the Forum's speaker. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 30 Folder: 2
Social Register Association
Date span: 1939, December 12 and December 27
Description: Contains 2 subscription notices as well as envelope. Contains no Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 30 Folder: 3
Society for Ethical Culture in City of New York
Date span: 1937, January 9 - 1941, March 11
Description: Contains letters and telegrams from John L. Elliott regarding Secretary Henry Wallace's article as well as the Society's numerous activities. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 30 Folder: 4
South Carolina Society
Date span: 1939, February 25 - March 3
Description: Contains 1 letter from Edgar Morris, President, inviting Hopkins to attend a dinner and dance in honor of Governor Burnet Maybank. Includes notation and Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 30 Folder: 5
Star Weekly
Date span: 1941, August 22 and August 27
Description: Contains 1 letter from F.M. Payne, of the magazine section of this Canadian newspaper, regarding a proposed article to be written by Hopkins. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 30 Folder: 6
Stop Film Censorship Committee
Date span: 1941, November 26
Description: Contains 1 letter and the Committee's program concerning
the anti-cultural aspects of Nazism. Contains no Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 30 Folder: 7
Survey Associates
Date span: 1937; 1942, May 4 - November 9
Description: Contains letters and telegrams from Paul Kellogg, editor of this midmonthly magazine, regarding a variety of topics. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 30 Folder: 8
T (Tableaux Vivants to Tuttle)
Date span: 1933, May 23 - 1945, October 4
Description: Contains letters, telegrams, and newsclippings from various correspondents regarding the gratitude of the American people; Hopkins' declining health; politics; and the War. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 30 Folder: 9
Tavern Club
Date span: 1940, July 30
Description: Contains invitation from Leonard Florsheim,
wealthy Chicago executive, regarding the Tavern Club.

Box: 30 Folder: 10
Television
Date span: 1939, January 26 and January 28
Description: Contains invitation, ticket, and telegram from Kenneth H. Berkeley, NBC, regarding the first Washington demonstration of RCA's system of electronic television. Contains no Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 30 Folder: 11
Terrace Club
Date span: 1940, April 20 - June 7
Description: Contains letters, telegram, and invitations
from the secretary of the Terrace Club, Edward J. Dowling, regarding Hopkins' guest pass for the Club at the New York World's Fair. Contains no Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 30 Folder: 12
Toronto Star
Date span: 1942, November 9
Description: Contains one telegram from T.G. Lytle regarding the question, "When Will the United Nations Win?" Contains no Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 30 Folder: 13
"Total Defense"
Date span: 1940, August 27
Description: Contains 1 carbon letter from Hopkins to Robert M. Hutchins, president of the University of Chicago, regarding the pamphlet, "Total Defense."

Box: 30 Folder: 14
Twenty-One Club
Date span: 1944, November 24 and November 27
Description: Contains 1 letter from H.J. Berns on behalf of Jack Kriendler regarding Hopkins' purchase of a case of Scotch. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 30 Folder: 15
U (Uhlmann to Upman)
Date span: 1935, November 5 - 1939, November 25
Description: Contains letters and clipping from various correspondents regarding a wedding; dinners; genealogy; and politics. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 30 Folder: 16
Ulen Country Club
Date span: 1939, June 6 and 1940, May 31
Description: Contains a club courtesy card from Lester F. Jones, president, as well as Hopkins' outgoing to Henry C. Ulen.

Box: 30 Folder: 17
United Labor Movement
Date span: 1942, December 10 - December 17
Description: Contains letters and telegrams from Edgar
Scott, Chairman of the Events Committee for Labor War Chest, requesting Hopkins try and obtain Mrs. Roosevelt as head of the Campaign. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 30 Folder: 18
Universal Jewish Encyclopedia, Inc.
Date span: 1940, January 5 - 1941, November 21
Description: Contains letters from Isaac Landman and Louis Rittenberg regarding Hopkins' efforts to employ scholars on this publication in 1934, as well as a proposed piece on Litvinoff. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 30 Folder: 19
University Club of Washington
Date span: 1939, January 30 and February 6
Description: Contains 1 letter from George S. Ward, Secretary, inviting Hopkins to become an honorary member. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 30 Folder: 20
University of South Carolina
Date span: 1937, November 26 - 1940, March 5
Description: Contains letters and telegrams from the president, J. Rion McKissick, concerning various University activities and functions to which Hopkins was invited. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 30 Folder: 21
Uphold the Constitution (Southern Committee)
Date span: 1935, August 23
Description: Contains 1 carbon letter from Hopkins to Steve Early regarding this Committee. See also Early File, Individual Correspondence Section.

Box: 30 Folder: 22
V (Valentine to Viggers)
Date span: 1934, February 1 - 1945, August 19
Description: Contains letters and clippings from various correspondents regarding some of the following: job procurement; FEA and Lend-Lease; mystery money order; and "Dad" Hopkins. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 30 Folder: 23
Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States
Date span: 1934, May 15 - 1939, May 10
Description: Contains letters and "Buddy Poppies" from the organization on behalf of disabled veterans on Memorial Day. Includes literature from FDR (not in his hand).

Box: 30 Folder: 24
Vienna Sausage Company
Date span: 1941, May 16 - May 27
Description: Contains letters from John Hertz (per secretary) and the Vienna Sausage Company regarding a meat order purchased by Hopkins. Includes said order.

Box: 30 Folder: 25
Volunteers of America
Date span: 1940, July 15 and August 6
Description: Contains 2 letters from the organization regarding a
possible donation. Contains no Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 30 Folder: 26
W (Walden to Wynne)
Date span: 1933, May 22 - 1945, June 28
Description: Contains letters, telegrams, and clippings from varied correspondents regarding some of the following: the Vermont Guild; Catawba Indian pottery; and unpatriotic feeling. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 30 Folder: 27
War Agencies Employees Protective Association
Date span: 1945, July 9
Description: Contains 1 letter and brochures from M.G. Yesair, Chief of the Office, regarding group insurance. Contains no Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 30 Folder: 28
Washington Board of Trade
Date span: 1939, January 11 - 1940, May 22
Description: Contains 2 letters from Lawrence E. Williams and James E. Colliflower, presidents, inviting Hopkins to the Board's annual shad bakes. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 30 Folder: 29
Washington Evening Star
Date span: 1943, September 18
Description: Contains 1 letter from B.M. McKelway, Associate Editor, regarding Hopkins' move from the White House and its effect on the war effort. Includes typed note, unsigned.

Box: 30 Folder: 30
Washington Friends of the Lincoln Brigade
Date span: 1939, May 5
Description: Contains 1 letter from Leonard Levenson, Executive Secretary, regarding the organization's national campaign for disabled veterans of the Brigade. Contains no Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 30 Folder: 31
Washington (George) Committee of D.C.
Date span: 1942, February 7
Description: Contains 1 letter only from Brien McMahon, Chairman, regarding the nationwide campaign to defray financial obligations of the Democratic National Committee. Contains no Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 30 Folder: 32
Washington Urban League
Date span: 1940, August 16
Description: Contains 1 letter and donation card from the League regarding the League's aims and activities. Contains no Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 30 Folder: 33
Washington Youth Council
Date span: 1939, May 10
Description: Contains carbon from Hopkins to the Council informing the latter of his declining their invitation due to a previous commitment.

Box: 30 Folder: 34
Watergate Summer Opera
Date span: Undated
Description: Contains 1 letter from Mrs. Arthur J. Seaton inviting Hopkins to attend the Opera's "1940 Season". Contains no Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 30 Folder: 35
Welfare Council of New York City
Date span: 1944, July 27 and July 29
Description: Contains 1 letter from Robert P. Lane, Executive Director, regarding a special issue published in honor of Bailey B. Burritt. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 30 Folder: 36
Welfare and Recreation Association
Date span: 1940, August 30
Description: Contains 1 carbon letter from Mary Van Meter, Hopkins' secretary, to F.W. Hoover, General Manager, informing him of Hopkins' inability to be a patron of the Association due to prior commitment.

Box: 30 Folder: 37
White House Correspondents' Association
Date span: 1937, June 22 - 1945, March 22
Description: Contains letters, programs, and invitations
from the Association regarding their many activities. Also includes listing of the members of the Association as well as Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 30 Folder: 38
Wilhelmina (Queen) Fund, Inc.
Date span: 1940, August 3
Description: Contains letter and donation material from the Fund
requesting assistance for Dutch refugees. Contains no Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 30 Folder: 39
Woman's National Democratic Club
Date span: Undated
Description: Contains 1 letter only from Louise Mason inviting Hopkins
to membership in the club.

Box: 30 Folder: 40
Women's National Press Club
Date span: 1941, August 26 and Undated
Description: Contains 2 letters from Sigrid Arne and Esther Van Wagner Lufly inviting Hopkins to speak at their luncheon. Contains Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 30 Folder: 41
Woodrow Wilson Birthplace Foundation
Date span: 1941, April ll and May 4
Description: Contains an invitation only from the Trustees regarding the dedication of Wilson's birthplace by FDR. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 30 Folder: 42
WOR Radio
Date span: 1945, May 15 and June 18
Description: Contains 1 letter from Charles J. Oppenheim, director of publicity, regarding excerpts of FDR's speeches sent to Hopkins. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 30 Folder: 43
World Fellowship, Inc.
Date span: 1940, June 25 - 1941, July 7
Description: Contains letter and brochure from Charles F. Weller, president, inviting Hopkins to become a member of the Fellowship's American Council. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 30 Folder: 44
WSPA Radio
Date span: 1944, August 3 and August 7
Description: Contains 1 letter from the manager, J.W. Kirkpatrick, regarding the quality of the Spartanburg peach. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 30 Folder: 45
X - Z (Yates to Ziegler)
Date span: 1939, January 12 - 1945, July 28
Description: Contains letters from various correspondents
regarding Hopkins' declining health; his immense service to the nation; the death of his son, Steven; and his appointment as Secretary of Commerce. Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 30 Folder: 46
Young Democratic Club of Polk County
Date span: 1939, August 15 and 1940, July 26
Description: Contains only carbons of Hopkins' outgoing to Mark C. Reno and Harold Moskovit, who invited Hopkins to attend the club's activities.

Box: 30 Folder: 47
Young Men's and Young Women's Hebrew Association
Date span: 1945, July 20 - July 30
Description: Contains letters and telegrams from the Association inviting Hopkins to open "The Franklin Delano Roosevelt Forum on Human Relations." Includes Hopkins' outgoing.

Box: 30 Folder: 48
Youth Leaders Conference
Date span: 1940, June 5
Description: Contains a listing of those attending the Youth Leaders Buffet Supper with holograph notations.

Box: 31 Folder: 1
Appointment Affadavit for Secretaryship
Date span: 1938, December 24
Description: Contains a signed affadavit of Hopkins' appointment as Secretary of Commerce.

Box: 31 Folder: 2
A (Abbott to Avery)
Date span: 1938, December 23 - 1939, February 6
Description: Contains letters, telegrams, and clippings from various correspondents congratulating Hopkins on his appointment as Secretary of Commerce.

Box: 31 Folder: 3
B (Bachrack to Byoir)
Date span: 1938, December 23 - 1939, March 3
Description: Contains letters, telegrams, and clippings from various correspondents congratulating Hopkins on his appointment as Secretary of Commerce.


Box: 31 Folder: 4
C (Cahill to Cutler)
Date span: 1938, December 20 - 1939, June 27
Description: Contains letters, telegrams, and clippings from various correspondents congratulating Hopkins on his appointment as Secretary of Commerce.


Box: 31 Folder: 5
D (Dailey to Dykstra)
Date span: 1938, December 23 - 1939, January 31
Description: Contains letters, telegrams, and clippings from various correspondents congratulating Hopkins on his appointment as Secretary of Commerce.


Box: 31 Folder: 6
E (Eaton to Ewbank)
Date span: 1938, December 23 - 1939, April 25
Description: Contains letters, telegrams, and clippings from various correspondents congratulating Hopkins on his appointment as Secretary of Commerce.


Box: 31 Folder: 7
F (Faggi to Futrell)
Date span: 1938, December 22 - 1939, January 30
Description: Contains letters, telegrams, and clippings from various correspondents congratulating Hopkins on his appointment as Secretary of Commerce.


Box: 31 Folder: 8
G (Gaillard to Gurley)
Date span: 1938, December 23 - 1939, February 3
Description: Contains letters, telegrams, and clippings from various correspondents congratulating Hopkins on his appointment as Secretary of Commerce.


Box: 31 Folder: 9
H (Haas to Hutton)
Date span: 1938, December 23 - 1939, March 3
Description: Contains letters, telegrams, and clippings from various correspondents congratulating Hopkins on his appointment as Secretary of Commerce.

Box: 31 Folder: 10
I (Ihlder to Ittleson)
Date span: 1938, December 23 - 1939, January 11
Description: Contains letters, telegrams, and clippings from various correspondents congratulating Hopkins on his appointment as Secretary of Commerce.


Box: 31 Folder: 11
J (Jack to Jurney)
Date span: 1938, December 23 - 1939, March 21
Description: Contains letters, telegrams, and clippings from various correspondents congratulating Hopkins on his appointment as Secretary of Commerce.

Box: 31 Folder: 12
K (Kahn to Kronovet)
Date span: 1938, December 23 - 1939, June 29
Description: Contains letters, telegrams, and clippings from various correspondents congratulating Hopkins on his appointment as Secretary of Commerce.


Box: 31 Folder: 13
L (Lachapelle to Lyon)
Date span: 1938, December 23 - 1939, March 2
Description: Contains letters, telegrams, and clippings from various correspondents congratulating Hopkins on his appointment as Secretary of Commerce.


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