Chicago Council on Foreign Relations records
MSCCFR67

 An inventory of the collection at the University of Illinois at Chicago

Summary Information

Repository
Richard J. Daley Library Special Collections and University Archives
Creator
Chicago Council on Foreign Relations.
Title
Chicago Council on Foreign Relations records
ID
MSCCFR67
Date [inclusive]
1922-1970
Extent
9.25 Linear feet
Language
English
Abstract:
The Chicago Council on Foreign Relations was organized in 1922 as a forum for the discussion of foreign affairs. Since 1922, the Council has sponsored well known American and international speakers and has published pamphlets on issues in foreign affairs. The collection consists of conference programs, minutes, public addresses, financial records, press releases, newspaper clippings, published material, and photographs. The materials pertain to issues in American foreign policy as well as to the functioning of the organization.

Preferred Citation

Chicago Council on Foreign Relations Records, Special Collections, University of Illinois at Chicago.

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Administrative History

Public understanding of foreign policy issues was always considered a necessary requirement in a democracy. The foreign relations of states in the twentieth century, however, have steadily gained in complexity and intricacy. It was natural, therefore, for a group of enlightened Chicago citizens to deliberate ways and means of acquainting the Midwestern region with the important foreign policy issues of the day. All were certain that ordinary channels of disseminating information were not suited to the involved nature of United States foreign policy. Coupled with this realization was the belief that the Midwestern region, being the heartland of isolationism, was urgently in need of clearer information on the country's foreign policy.

The origin of the Chicago Council on Foreign Relations goes back to February of 1922, when 23 individuals gathered at the Union League Club, at the invitation of William B. Hale and Mrs. William Gold Hibbard. The purpose of the meeting was to establish a new organization in the Midwest which would provide the community with a neutral forum for the discussion of foreign affairs. Concurrent with the founding of this Council, another organization, the Foreign Policy Association, was taking roots in New York and seeking to establish branches in various cities. The Chicago Council's twenty-three founders decided in that first meeting to bypass the opportunity of becoming a branch of the Foreign Policy Association in favor of becoming an independent agency capable of reflecting the mood and temper of the American Midwest. Jacob M. Dickerson a distinguished judge and a former Secretary of War, was elected President, Mrs. Polly Root Collier was made the Executive Secretary, and William C. Boyden, Francis R. Dickenson, Victor Elting, Harry M. Fischer, William B. Hale, Mrs. William Gold Hibbard, Morton D. Hull, Mrs. Morris D. Johnson, George H. Mead, Mrs. J. W. Morrison, George F. Porter, Silas H. Strawn, and Mrs. Arthur Ryerson were made members of the first board of directors and executive committee. The organization's purpose was stated clearly:

"The immediate object being to afford a forum where there will be addresses by men of distinction in this country and upon proper occasion those from foreign countries and where in this forum there will be opportunity of free and unlimited discussion, where, w1thout undertaking to control or direct the discussion, there may be a free interchange of opinion upon the part of those who have studied and are interested in these Questions."(Chicago Council on Foreign Relations - A Record of Forty Years, 1963)

The new organization held its first regular meeting on March 18, 1922, with George W. Wickersham, a former Attorney General of the United States for a speaker. The address, titled "Treaties Negotiated at the Washington Naval Conference", proved to be a landmark of sorts. Having urged the ratification of these treaties by the Senate, Wickersham moved one listener to suggest that the Council go on record as favoring ratification. The Council refused to take this step, thus establishing the practice of strict neutrality on each and every issue that gets discussed under its auspices.

The first Executive Committee headed by William B. Hale, was vested with the power to elect Council members, to arrange regular meetings, engage speakers, prepare a budget, and take charge of all financial matters. An invitation from the New York Council on Foreign Relations to join it in publishing a quarterly magazine, Foreign Affairs, was rejected during the Chicago Council's first year. Because it did not feel ready for this undertaking, the Chicago Council allowed the opportunity of co-sponsoring this prestigious publication to slip by.

In April of 1925, a periodical titled News Bulletin, later renamed Foreign Notes, was established, Academic members of the Council, such as Professors Harold D. Lasswell, Samuel Northrup Harper and Quincy Wright, and Council officers Polly Collier, William B. Hale and William C. Boyden assumed editorial duties. The popularity of Foreign Notes encouraged the Council to publish a series of books under the heading of "American Policies Abroad", one of which, Mexico, being authored by J. Fred Rippy, a noted authority on Latin America.

In 1942, Mrs. Quincy Wright, then the Executive Director, and Mrs. Paul Douglas formed a pamphlet shop under the direction of the International Relations Center, to prepare small, paper-bound booklets on foreign affairs which the regular booksellers were reluctant to market. The Pamphlet Shop, the only one of its kind in the Midwest, was attached to the Chicago Council in 1945 and maintained from then on by a grant from the Field Foundation. During that same year, the Council took over the Speakers Bureau which provided small local organizations with speakers. Originally founded by the League of Nations Association in the late 1930's the Bureau was attached to the Council in 1945 and continues to thrive under its direction.

The Council's main sources of revenue were membership fees and voluntary contributions. For a ten dollar annual fee, regular members were invited to attend regular meetings which included a luncheon and an address. During the war years, how-ever, new methods were devised to increase the Council's income. In 1944, a new membership classification for members who donated upward of fifty dollars each year was devised. These honorary members were repaid by invitations to informal meetings with distinguished speakers such as George Frost Kennan, Walter Lippmann, Adlai Stevenson and Jean Paul Sartre. And in 1947, a plan was worked out to attract the young business executives and attorneys by giving them free memberships and providing them with special luncheon meetings suited to their tight schedules.

The Council's financial base was again broadened in the middle fifties. Two new categories of memberships were added, "Share the Expense" and "Community Service", while the Helen Morris Memorial Fund was devoted to financing experimental programs, was set up. Attempts to get corporate sponsorships for the Council were begun in 1951, and a special committee, the Corporate Sponsor Committee, was formed. Ever since that date, some of the Council's regular sponsors were Bell and Howell Company, Marshall Field and Company, Hilton Hotels, Harza Engineering Company, International Harvester Company, Sears, Roebuck and Company, Time, Incorporated, Northern Trust Company, and the Chicago Daily News.

A weekly television series, titled "World Spotlight", was initiated by the Council in 1955 and featured the Council's Director, Carter Davidson and selected guests. The Foreign Policy Association awarded the Council a special award in 1959 in recognition of the program's excellence. Another project was launched in 1961, namely, the formation of "The Chicago Committee". Chicago's leading citizens were invited to organize an autonomous group affiliated with the council and given access to all of its facilities. Two hundred and twenty persons accepted this invitation and became charter members of the Committee. The Committee had two objectives: to provide high-level briefings for prominent Chicago citizens, and to allow the Midwest to influence the course of America's foreign policy. In the 1960's the Council also began to sponsor charter trips to all parts of the world for interested members.

The basic activity of the Council remained the same throughout its history, namely availing its members of authoritative persons who spoke on a variety of topics. Several renowned scholars and statesmen made their appearances at the Council's gatherings, including Georges Clemenceau, John Foster Dulles, Jawaharlal Nehru, Franklin Delano and Eleanor Roosevelt, George C. Marshall, Herbert Hoover, Walter Lippmann, Edward R. Morrow, Reinhold Niebuhr, Jean Paul Sartre, Arnold Toynbee, and George Maynard Keynes, to mention a few. Adlai Ewing Stevenson devoted many years of his life to the Council, as a speaker, as the Secretary in 1930 when only an aspiring Chicago lawyer, and as the President from 1935 to 1937. He was a perfect example of how the Council provided the necessary public exposure for some of the city's promising young men. The first headquarters of the Council were maintained in a tiny office at35 North Dearborn Street. Presently, the Council's offices are located in the Lake View Building at 116 South Michigan. Herbert Prochnow is the current President, Augustin Hart, Richard Hoefs, Alex Seith, Hermon D. Smith, Herman Stein, are the Vice-Presidents, Kenneth Kinney is the Treasurer, Edmond Eger is the Executive Director and Secretary. The Council continues to serve the community not as an apologist for United States foreign policy, but as a non-partisan platform from which issues can be discussed, analyzed and assessed.

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Scope and Contents

Records filed in the Department of Special Collections consist of addresses; lists of sponsors; financial papers; photographs of speakers; memoranda; newspaper clippings; seating charts for luncheons and concerts; registration forms; hotel and catering agreements; correspondence with speakers and potential speakers, 1955-1964; minutes of annual, general, and executive committee meetings, 1922-1949; programs and schedules of conferences sponsored by the Council; statistical reports, 1955-1956; biographical sketches of speakers; press releases regarding conferences; and questionnaires to high school students who participated in some of the Council's activity. These records pertain to the 1963 national conference of the United States National Commission for UNESCO on European Unity; major foreign policy issues of the past fifty years, such as the naval disarmament treaties, reparations payments, American membership in the League of Nations, the economic depression of 1929, the fascist states, the Second World War, the atomic age, foreign aid to underdeveloped countries, the United Nations, the Korean War, and the rise of communism.

Ten subsequent supplements to the Chicago Council on Foreign Relations Records were received after the initial installment, with the most recent supplement donated in 1998. The first two supplements are included in the Detailed Description/Box and Folder Listing below. For information about the remaining supplements, please consult paper inventories located in the Special Collections Reading Room.

Supplement I contains more recent records than those in the original installment. These records filed in the Department of Special Collections consist of public addresses on current foreign policy issues, newspaper clippings, periodicals, office memoranda, biographical sketches of speakers, lists, and correspondence with potential speakers, 1955-1956. These papers pertain to cooperation with the Foreign Policy Association of New York; information on speakers available for outside engagements; the effectiveness of the Alliance for Progress; assistance to the emerging nations; racism in the republic of South Africa; the Sino-Indian border dispute and its implications; peaceful co-existence; Woodrow Wilson's contribution to the world; and the developing crisis in Vietnam.

Supplement II of the Chicago Council on Foreign Relations Records consists exclusively of printed addresses delivered at the Council's regular meetings between the years 1923 and 1944. These addresses pertain to European countries, between the two world wars; law in the Soviet Union; American foreign policy in the Far East and Latin America; industrial wax-time production in the Chicago area; the reparations question; the International Court of Justice; British-Indian relations; the Munich Conference; American air power during the Second World War; the Palestine question.

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Arrangement

When received, the initial installment of collection materials was subject-classified. This arrangement was maintained, the folders being arranged alphabetically by title.

Material in Supplement I was originally subject-classified, with the exception of the following folders, which were created out of unarranged material: Wilson, Woodrow - Centennial; Correspondence: and Miscellaneous. All folders were subsequently arranged in alphabetical order by title.

The addresses that comprise Supplement II were unarranged. They were subsequently given an alphabetical classification by name of the lecturer followed by the lecture's title.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

Richard J. Daley Library Special Collections and University Archives 7 August 2008

801 S. Morgan Street
Chicago, Illinois, 60607
312.996.2742

Revision Description

 The finding aid for this collection was revised from a collection description and inventories prepared in 1967 and 1968 and was subsequently marked up for web presentation by Kathryn Stine. July 2008

Acquisition Information

The initial collection of papers was received on February 7, 1967 through the Department of History, University of Illinois, Chicago Circle Campus.

Supplement I of the papers of the Chicago Council on Foreign Relations was obtained through the Department of History, University of Illinois, Chicago Circle Campus. These papers were receuncil on Foreign Relations was obtained through the Department of History, University of Illinois, Chicago Circle Campus. These papers were received on November 7, 1967.

Supplement II materials were received through the Department of History, University of Illinois, Chicago Circle Campus. These were received on January 17, 1968.

Eight subsequent supplements to the original collection materials have been added to this collection in 1968, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1994, and 1998.

Processing Information

The finding aid for this collection was revised from a collection description and inventories prepared in 1967 and 1968 (by Ghada Talhami), and was subsequently marked up for web presentation in July 2008.

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)

  • Chicago Council on Foreign Relations. -- Archives

Geographic Name(s)

  • United States -- Foreign relations.

Subject(s)

  • Chicago Community Organizations.
  • Chicago Political and Civic Life.

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Collection Inventory

Series I: Addresses, 1923-1952 

Box Folder

Addresses - Agar, Herbert: America As Seen From England, 18 June 1943 

1 1

Addresses - Allen, Jay: The North African Springboard, 6 April 1943 

1 2

Addresses - Allen, Jay: The Spanish Nightmare I, 13 March 1937 

1 3

Addresses - Allen, Jay: The Spanish Nightmare II, 8 October 1937 

1 4

Addresses - Allen, Jay: What I Saw in Spain, 4 November 1941 

1 5

Addresses - Anderson, Loy W.: The Wider Meaning of Aid to Greece and Turkey, 4 April 1947 

1 6

Addresses - Apponyi, and Others, 18 March 1922-28 November 1923 

1 7

Addresses - Atherton, Ray: North America and International Affairs, 8 January 1945 

1 8

Addresses - Atholl, the Duchess of: Britain and the Crises, 15 October 1938 

1 9

Addresses - Austin, Warren: Tensions in the United Nations, 17 December 1947 

1 10

Addresses - Baba, Nuzhet, undated 

1 11

Addresses - Baldwin, Hanson: Can Germany Break Through, 7 November 1939 

1 12

Addresses - Ball, Joseph: The Consequence of Dumbarton Oaks, 28 September 1944 

1 13

Addresses - Balt, William: A Defense of the I.T.O. Charter, 21 April 1949 

1 14

Addresses - Barclay, Acheson: What Can We Do About Latin America?, 9 April 1942 

1 15

Addresses - Barnes, Major James: Europe's War Potential, 12 March 1938 

1 16

Addresses - Bell, Laird: Policy Over Berlin, 10 December 1945 

1 17

Addresses - Benes, Dr. Fiduard: The Future of Small European Nations, 22 May 1943 

1 18

Addresses - Benton, William: Report on UNESCO, 9 January 1947 

1 19

Addresses - Bernstein, Henri, 28 October 1943 

1 20

Addresses - Bess, Demaree: Soviet Russia in 1937 8 November 1937 

1 21

Addresses - Binder Carroll: Australia - Arsenal of the Pacific, 20 February 1941 

1 22

Addresses - Binder, Carroll: The Defense of the Americas, 15 August 1940 

1 23

Addresses - Binder, Carroll: Europe 1937, 15 October 1937 

1 24

Addresses - Binder, Carroll: The Temper of Western Europe, 9 March 1950 

1 25

Addresses - Binder Carroll; The U.S. As Ally and Foe, 2 February 1945 

1 26

Addressee - Bonnet, M. Henri: France, 30 November 1945 

1 27

Addresses - Borchard, Edvin and Hudson Manley: The International Court, 29 December 1923 

1 28

Addresses - Borgese, G.: The Italian Revolution, 25 August 1943 

1 29

Addresses - Brandt, Karl: Feeding the World, 4 February 1944 

1 30

Addresses - Brandt, Karl: Germany Behind the Blockade, 16 April 1940 

1 31

Addresses - Brandt, Karl: The Rehabilitation of Germany, 11 October 1945 

1 32

Addresses - Brandt, Karl: The Strength of the Axis Powers, 13 January 1942 

2 33

Addresses - Bromfield, Louis: France Forever, 13 December 1943 

2 34

Addresses - Bruening, Dr. Heinrich: European Politics Since the War, 22 January 1938 

2 35

Addresses - De Bruine, Dr. N. A. C. Slatemaker: The Netherlands At War, 14 May 1942 

2 36

Addresses - Bryan, Julien: lecture and Demonstration, 10 January 1946 

2 37

Addresses - Buck, Pearl S.: What the Peoples of Asia Want, 5 April 1951 

2 38

Addresses - Bullitt, William C.: Our Foreign Policy, 21 October 1940 

2 39

Addresses - De Cardenas, Juan Francisco: Facts About Spain, 6 January 1939 

2 40

Addresses - [C.B.S. News], 10 January 1961 

2 41

Addresses - Close, Upton: Has Japan Won?, 10 November1938 

2 42

Addresses - Crane, Burton: Can Japan Last?, 19 November 1937 

2 43

Addresses - Cross, Samuel H.: Russia Returns to Europe, 13 October 1939 

2 44

Addresses - Crowther, Geoffrey: British War Economy: How It Works, 12 August 1941 

2 45

Addresses - Crum, Leonard W... Financing the War, 27 March 1942 

2 46

Addresses - Cudahy, Johns Are We At War, 24 October 1941 

2 47

Addresses - Davila, Charles: Russia's Role in the Balkans, 27 March 1944 

2 48

Addresses - Del Vayo, Julio: Spain and Europe, 26 May 1939 

2 49

Addresses - Denny, Harold: My Five Years in Soviet- Russia, 1 November 1940 

2 50

Addresses - Deuel, Wallace R.: The Second World War, 22 November 1939 

2 51

Addresses - Deuel, Wallace R.. The World Counter - Revolution, 10 January 1940 

2 52

Addresses - Dodd, William E.: The Dilemma of the International Situation, 28 February 1938 

2 53

Addresses - Dolivet, Louis: The Underground and the Invasion, 2 May 1944 

2 54

Addresses - Donavan, General William J.: A Program for Peace, 29 November 1948 

2 55

Addresses - Donavan, Colonel William J.: If Hitler Wins, 11 April 1941 

2 56

Addresses - Douglas, Lewis W.: American Foreign Policy, 18 November 1940 

2 57

Addresses - Drucker, Peter F.: Germany's Staying Power, 19 October 1939 

2 58

Addresses - Dulles, John Poster: Our Foreign Policy, 8 October 1952 

2 59

Addresses - Duranty, Walter: The Russo-German War, 18 August 1941 

2 60

Addresses - Eban, Aubrey S.: Israel - The World's Newest State, 25 February 1949 

2 61

Addresses - Edwards, Corwin D. and Smith, T. V.: Occupation Policies in Japan, 24 May 1946 

2 62

Addresses - Enders, Gordons. The Story Behind the Chinese Kidnapping, 27 February 1937 

2 63

Addresses - Fadiman, Clifton: World Government, the Next Step, 10 April 1946 

2 64

Addresses - Feis, Herbert: Raw Materials - War and Post-War, 19 April 1943 

2 65

Addresses - Fischer, Louis: Stalin and Hitler, 14 January 1941 

3 66

Addresses - Fodor, M. W.: The Collapse in Western Europe, 11 July 1940 

3 67

Addresses - Fotitch, May 1941 Constantin Alexander 

3 68

Addresses - Fowlie, Wallace: The French Mind and Its Literature, 16 May 1947 

3 69

Addresses Franks, Sir Oliver: Britain's Part in Europe's Recovery, 23 November 1948 

3 70

Addreses - Gideonse, Harry D.: American Policy in Indonesia, 2 February 1949 

3 71

Addresses - Gideonse, Harry D., and Borchard, Act Be Changed? 23 September 1939 Edwin M.: Should the Neutrality 

3 72

Addresses - Gideonse, Harry D.: In Defense of the State Department, 13 August 1943 

3 73

Addresses - Gil, Enrique: Inter-American Relations, 18 April 1946 

3 74

Addresses - Gottschalk, Louis: France and the International Scene, 28 May 1947 

3 75

Addresses - Grew, Joseph C., 13 November 1942 

3 76

Addresses - Grew, Joseph C.: The Dumbarton Oaks Plan for World Peace and Security, 13 December 1944 - 

3 77

Addresses - Griffin, Jonathan: The Ukraine, 17 March 1939 

3 78

Addresses - Gross, Ernest: Point One, 10 February 1950 

3 79

Addresses - Gruber, Dr. Karl: Towards A New Austria, 14 November 1946 

3 80

Addresses - Gunther, John: Inside Europe, 4 February 1939 

3 81

Addresses - Haden, Allen: The Fascist Threat to Latin America, 17 February 1944 

3 82

Addresses - Halecki, Oscar: Poland and Russia, 2 March 1944 

3 83

Addresses - Halifax, the Viscount, 10 May 1943 

3 84

Addresses - Hambro, Carl J.: I Saw It Happen in Norway, 29 November 1940 

3 85

Addresses - Hanson, Raldore: With the Chinese Guerillas, 24 March 1939 

3 86

Addresses - Harper, Samuel N.: A Sixth Visit to Soviet Russia, 14 July 1939 

3 87

Addresses - Harper, Samuel N.: A Third Visit To Soviet Russia, 12 January 1933 

3 88

Addresses - Hazard, John N.: Law in the Soviet Union, 19 February 1936 

3 89

Addresses - Herring, Hubert: Wanted - An American Department of State, 9 April 1937 

3 90

Addresses - Hindus, Maurice: Czechoslovakia - Test and Promise, 9 March 1946 

3 91

Addresses - Hodge, Lieutenant General John R.: Divided Korea, 19 October 1948 

3 92

Addresses - Hoover, Policy, 1 February 1939 Herbert: The President's Proposals for American Foreign 

3 93

Addresses - Houdry, Eugene J.: Oil and the War, 10 November 1941 

3 94

Addresses - Hutton, Graham: The British War Machine - After Four Years, July 28 1943 

3 95

Addresses. - Ickes, Harold L.: An Oil Policy for the United States, 8 December 1944 

3 96

Addresses - Ireland, Philip Willard: The Near and Middle East - What Next?, 13 July 1942 

3 97

Addresses - Irwin, Fenimore: The Battle of the Burma Border, 18 January 1945 

3 98

Addresses - James, C. Cyril: Europe - The Impact of Economics on Current Politics, 5 February 1938 

3 99

Addresses - Kasai, Jiuji Georges Japan and the United States, 26 September 1941 

3 100

Addresses - Kayser, Jacques: Is France Going Communist?, 27 March 1937 

4 101

Addresses - Khan, Liaquat Ali: Pakistan - Democracy in Asia, 11 May 1950 

4 102

Addresses - Khan, Sir Zafrullah: Building A New State in the East, 17 November 1949 

4 103

Addresses - Kirk, Admiral Alan G.: Moscow - 1949-1952 1 April 1952 

4 104

Addresses - Kirkpatrick, Helen: America's Role in the Reconstruction of Europe,, 26 October 1945 

4 105

Addresses - Kirkpatrick, Helen: France - The Year of Decision, 21 January 1948 

4 106

Addresses - Kirkpatrick, Helen: Ireland and the War, 5 October 1942 

4 107

Addresses - Kirkpatrick, Helen: London in Wartime, 17 February 1940 

4 108

Addresses - Kohn, Hans: Czechoslovakia - Testing Ground, 30 January 1948 

4 109

Addresses - Kohn, Hans: Turkey - The New Near Eastern Front, 8 March 1940 

4 110

Addresses - Kohn, Hans: What Shall Be Done To Japan and Germany?, 4 January 1944 

4 111

Addresses - Koo, T. Z.: The Case for China, 5 November 1937 

4 112

Addresses - Koo, Dr. T. Z.: Report on China, 6 April 1945 

4 113

Addresses - Koo, Dr. T. Z.-. The War in China, 24 February 1940 

4 114

Addresses - Kuh, Frederick: Armed Power Is Not Enough, 20 May 1948 

4 115

Addresses - Kuh, Frederick: What Faces President Eisenhower in Asia?, 5 February 1953 

4 116

Addresses - Von Kuhlmann, D. Richard, 4 February 1933 

4 117

Addresses - LaGuardia, Fiorella., Something New In International Relations, 23 October 1946 

4 118

Addresses - Laski, Harold J.: American Foreign Policy and the World Crisis, 13 April 1948 

4 119

Addresses - Lattimore, Owen-. The Citizen and American Policy in Asia, 2 October 1950 

4 120

Addresses - Lemmont Walter S.: International Radio As A New World Force, 23 March 1943 

4 121

Addresses - Lichtenstein, Walter: The Future Role of Germany, 13 February 1948 

4 122

Addresses - Lippmana, Walter: The Breakdown of the Two-Power World, 22 February 1950 

4 123

Addresses - Lippmann, Walter: The Coming Re-Examination of U. S. Foreign Policy, 6 November 1952 

4 124

Addresses - Lockhart R. H. Bruce: Guns Or Butter, 28 January 1939 

4 125

Addresses - Lothian, Marquess of: The War in Europe, 4 January 1940 

4 126

Addresses -de Lozada, Enrique: There Is No Latin America, 22 November 1944 

4 127

Addresses - Ludwig, Emil: The German Character in the Next War, 27 October 1937 

4 128

Addresses - McCoy, General Frank R.: Broader Aspects of National Defense, 31 January 1939 

4 129

Addresses - MacDonald, Malcolm: The Future In Britain, 28 January 1943 

4 130

Addresses - McEvoy, Dennis: Eyewitness in Russia, 6 March 1942 

4 131

Addresses - MacLeish, Archibald: Political Warfare, 8 February 1943 

4 132

Addresses - McCloy, John J.: Occupation Objectives in Germany and Japan, 21 February 1946 

4 133

Addresses - McMahon, Francis E.: The Franco-Peron Axis - Neo Fascism on the March 28 October 1949 

4 134

Addresses - MacNair, Harley F.: China Versus Japan, 17 November 1939 

4 135

Addresses - Malik, Charles: The Challenge of Communism, 14 December 1950 

4 136

Addresses - Markbam, Reuben: The Balkans II, 12 January 1938 

4 137

Addresses - Marshall, George C., 18 November 1947 

4 138

Addresses - Menzies, Robert Gordon., An Australian Sums Up, 15 May 1941 

4 139

Addresses - Meyer, Cord Jr., and Streit, Clarence: World Government How To Achieve It, 23 April 1948 

4 140

Addresses - Michalopolous, Andre: The Role of the Balkans, 18 October 1944 

5 141

Addresses - Michie, Allan A.: Air Power and the Coming Invasion, 11 January 1944 

5 142

Addresses - Miller, Edward G.: A Favorable Climate for Private Investment, 1 February 1950 

5 143

Addresses - Mowrer Edgar A.: Can Britain Last?, 13 September 1940 

5 144

Addresses - Mowrer, Edgar A.: Eyewitness in France, 6 January 1940 

5 145

Addresses - Mowrer, Edgar A.: The Invasion - And The Road To Peace, 19 June 1944 

5 146

Addresses - Mowrer, Edgar A.: Our War With Japan, 16 December 1941 

5 147

Addresses - Mowrer, Lilian: France After The Crisis, 21 October 1938 

5 148

Addresses - Mudaliar, Sir A. Ramaswame: The Political Situation In India, 19 January 1943 

5 149

Addresses - Murrow, Edward R.: Propaganda In The Air, 4 November 1938 

5 150

Addresses - Wash, Walter: The War and After, 11 June 1942 

5 151

Addresses - Nathan, Robert R.: Palestine - Promise and Problem, 13 May 1946 

5 152

Addresses - Nef, John U.: French Universalism In Modern Times, 16 April 1947 

5 153

Addresses - Nehemkis, Survival, 11 May 1961 Peter R.: Mobilizing U. S. Industries In The Struggle For 

5 154

Addresses - Nehru, Jawaharlal: The State of India, 26 October 1949 

5 155

Addresses - Neibuhr, Reinhold: War and Religion, 1, 1 December 1944 

5 156

Addresses - Nichol, David M.: How Hitler Loots Europe, 26, 26 January 1942 

5 157

Addresses - Nichol, David M.: Where Russia Stands, 2, 2 October 1944 

5 158

Addresses - Ogburn, William F.: Atomic Energy And The Fate of Nations, 27 September 1945 

5 159

Addresses - Oven, J. Roberts: The Road To Permanent Peace, 17 January 1946 

5 160

Addresses - Padilla, Dr. Ezequiel: Can Communism Win Latin America?, 12 November 1947 

5 161

Addresses - De Palencia, Senora Isabel: Spain, 27 November 1943 

5 162

Addresses - Palyi, Melchoir: Germany's Capacity To Make War, 20 March 1937 

5 163

Addresses - Palyi, Melchoir: Monetary Chaos And Gold, 6 January 1934 

5 164

Addresses - Pearson, Lester B.: The Organization of Peace And The Smaller Powers, 26 January 1945 

5 165

Addresses - Peffer, Nathanial: War In The Far East, 22 October 1937 

5 166

Addresses - Philip, Andre: The Fighting French, 5 November 1942 

5 167

Addresses - Philip, Andre: France At War, 9 February 1940 

5 168

Addresses - Philip, Andre: France In Northern Africa, 11 March 1939 

5 169

Addresses - Philip, Andre: The French New Deal In 1938 25 March 1938 

5 170

Addresses - Pollack, James K.: Germany And The Great Powers, 9 June 1947 

5 171

Addresses - Porter, Paul A.: Our Stake In Greece, 9 May 1947 

5 172

Addresses - Price, Ernest B., and MacNair, Harley F., 8 January 1936 

5 173

Addresses - Ratcliffe, S. K., Eyewitness In Japan and China, 11 January 1939 

5 174

Addresses - Reilly Brigadier General Henry J.: The Military Importance of the Balkans, 15 November 1943 

5 175

Addresses - Rihani, Amin: The Arab Empire, 23 April 1937 

5 176

Addresses - Roosevelt, Eleanor: United Nations and Human Rights, 3 March 1947 

5 177

Addresses - Roosevelt, Eleanor: Will Freedom Win In Asia, 9 September 1952 

5 178

Addresses - Ruesell, Bertrand: In Defense of Munich, 10 December 1939 

5 179

Addresses - de Sales, Count Raoul de Roussy: France Under the Popular Front, 30 January 1937 

5 180

Addresses - de Sales, And Others, 25 September 1936 - 4 June 1937 

6 181

Addresses - Sarnoff, David: Freedom To Listen and Freedom to Look, September 12 1947 

6 182

Addresses - Schuman, Frederick L.: Atomic Diplomacy - Deadlock and Prospects, 9 January 1950 

6 183

Addresses - Schuman, Frederick L.: Peace Without Appeasement, 15 March 1951 

6 184

Addresses - Schuman Frederick L.: Soviet Foreign Policy And Its Implications, 3 October 1947 

6 185

Addresses - Schuman, Frederick L.: Toward a World Settlement, 9 April 1954 

6 186

Addresses - Scott, Franklin; Scandinavia And The War, 1 November 1939 

6 187

Addresses - Scott, John: Russia's Role In World Politics, 5 March 1946 

6 188

Addresses - Scott, John: What To Expect In Europe, 29 March 1948 

6 189

Addresses - Sen, Binay Ranjan: What India. Stands For?, 23 May 1952 

6 190

Addresses - de Seversky, April 1942 Major Alexander P.: Victory Through Air Power 

6 191

Addresses - Sforza, February 1943 Count Carlo: Free Italy 

6 192

Addresses - Shawoross, World Affairs, 21 November 1947 Sir Hartley; The Effect of British Foreign Policy on 

6 193

Addresses - Shepherd, George W.: Why China Fights On, 11 April 1939 

6 194

Addresses - Shridharani Krishnalal; India And The War, 22 March 1940 

6 195

Addresses - Shuster, George N.: The Foreign Policy of the Vatican, 10 October 1944 

6 196

Addresses - Slocombe, Georges The Dangerous Sea, 24 November 1937 

6 197

Addresses - Smedley, Agnes: Democracy in China, 17 March 1944 

6 198

Addresses - Smith, Colonel T. V.: British-American Relations In Military Government, 14 March 1957 

6 199

Addresses - Smith Robert Aura; Divided India, 31 October 1947 

6 200

Addresses - Smith, Robert Aura: The U. S. and The Philippines, 28 February 1946 

6 201

Addresses - Sorensen, Clarence: Mexico's New Revolution, 3 December 1940 

6 202

Addresses - Stamp, Sir Josiah: Foreign Affairs From A British Standpoint, 3 March 1945 

6 203

Addresses - Stassen, Harold: The United Nations As a pattern for a Lasting Peace, 3 December 1937 

6 204

Addresses - Steele, Arch T.: China, 20 March 1943 

6 205

Addresses - Steele, Arch T.: Our Stake In The Far East, 27 May 1940 

6 206

Addresses - Stettinus, Edward, 4 April 1945 

6 207

Addresses - Stevens, Edmund: Russia Is No Riddle, 17 February 1945 

6 208

Addresses - Stevens, Guy: Our Relations With Mexico, 24 February 1927 

6 209

Addresses - Stevenson, Adlai E.: The Role of The Navy, 17 February 1942 

6 210

Addresses - Stirling, Admiral Yates: The Challenge Across The Pacific, January 28 1941 

6 211

Addresses - Stoneman, William H.: The Mediterranean Theatre, 11 June 1943 

6 212

Addresses - Stoneman, William H.: This Is London, 7 November 1940 

6 213

Addresses - Stowe, Leland: Russia, Our Ally, 16 January 1943 

6 214

Addresses - Stowe, Leland: The War Fronts, 19 March 1945 

6 215

Addresses - Takaishi, Shingoro: They Came for Japan, 4 June 1937 

6 216

Harold; The United Nations As a pattern for a Lasting Peace 

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Addresses - Tawney, Richard Henry: Latest Report From England, 31 March 1943 

6 217

Addresses - Templewood, Lord: Franco Spain, 9 January 1948 

6 218

Addresses - Thorp, Willard L.: American Stake In European Recovery, 23 October 1947 

6 219

Addresses -Tomlinson, Edward: The Lima Conference and After, 9 February 1939 

6 220

Addresses -Toynbee, Arnold Joseph, 2 November 1933 

7 221

Addresses - Toynbee, Arnold J.: An Historian's View of American Foreign Policy, 22 April 1949 

7 222

Addresses - Tsiang, Dr. T. F.; China's Economic Future, 24 April 1944 

7 223

Addresses - [Turkish Diplomat], undated 

7 224

Addresses - Utley, Clifton M., 29 September 1939 

7 225

Addresses - Utley, Clifton M., 23 September 1947 

7 226

Addresses - Utley, Clifton M.: The Defense of America, 5 June 1940 

7 227

Addresses - Utley, Clifton M.; Europe In Crisis, 7 October 1938 

7 228

Addresses - Utley, Clifton M.: Germany in 1935 - An Eye Witness Account, 27 September 1935 

7 229

Addresses - Utley, Clifton M.: Report On Europe, 6 October 1949 

7 230

Addresses - Utley, Clifton M.: The War and the United States, 21 May 1940 

7 231

Addresses - Utley, Clifton M.: World Security - The Fight Ahead, 3 November 1944 

7 232

Addresses - Utley and Others, 27 September 1935 - 7 March 1936 

7 233

Addresses - Van Kleffens, Eelco N.: The Dutch East Indies, 6 June 1941 

7 234

Addresses - Viner, Jacob: Financing National Defense, 13 March 1941 

7 235

Addressee - Viner, Jacob: The Present Status of the Reparation Question, 11 February 1928 

7 236

Addresses - Warburg, James America Has Not Yet Chosen, 4 October 1934 

7 237

Addresses - Ward, Barbara: World Development and World Peace, 22 April 1954 

7 238

Addresses - Weizmann, Chaim: The Future of Palestine, 29 January 1940 

7 239

Addresses - Weller, George: The Strained Peace in the Near East, 17 February 1950 

7 240

Addresses - Weller, George: Struggle For Power In the Far East, 4 February 1947 

7 241

Addresses - Wheeler-Bennett, John W.: As We See It, 5 October 1939 

7 242

Addresses - Wheeler, Keith: Our Wax of Extermination, 2 July 1943 

7 243

Addresses - Wheeler, Keith: How Long the Road to Tokyo, 15 September 1944 

7 244

Addresses - White, Leigh: Russian Expansion In Eastern Europe, 2 July 1946 

7 245

Addresses - Whitaker, John T.; I Saw Czechoslovakia Die, 7 November 1937 

7 246

Addresses - Whitaker, John T.; The Position of Italy, 7 October 11941 

7 247

Addresses - Whitton, Charlotte: Canada In the Fourth Year of War, 9 December 1942 

7 248

Addresses - Wolfe, Henry C.: Rumania Next, 28 October 1938 

7 249

Addresses - Wolfers, Arnold: The Fall of Europe, 21 November 1945 

7 250

Addresses - Wood, General Robert E.: Our Foreign Policy, 4 October 1940 

8 251

Addresses - Woolbert, Robert Gale: Crisis In The Near East, 18 October 1945 

8 252

Addresses - Wright, Louise Leonard: Report on France, 25 May 1945 

8 253

Addresses - Wuorinen, John H.: Finland's Capacity To Resist, 26 January 1940 

8 254

Addresses - Yeh-, George X. C.: What To Do With Japan, 6 February 1945 

8 255

Addresses - Young, James R.-. The Struggle Inside Japan, 25 January 1941 

8 256

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Series II: Miscellaneous Council Materials (alphabetical by subject), 1923-1963 

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Ahmad, Paul (Igbal), undated 

8 257

American Association for the United Nations Luncheon, September-October 1963 

8 258

Annual Meeting - Minutes, May 1922-July 1942 

8 259

Baldrige, Letitia, October 1963 

8 260

Biographies, undated 

8 261

Bjorkman, Marie, February 1959 

8 262

Blondel, J., undated 

8 263

The Board of Directors, June 1955-December 1959 

8 264

Bondy, Francois, undated 

8 265

Brown, George Alfred, undated 

8 266

Charter Members - Minutes of Meetings, March 7, 1923 

8 267

Chicago Council on Foreign Relations - A Record of Forty Years, 1963 

8 268

Clark, William Donaldson, undated 

8 269

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Series III: Committee Materials, 1922-1960 

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Committees - Budget and Finance Committee: Minutes, July 1940-May 1941 

8 270

Committees - Committee on Future Plans: Minutes, January-February 1935 

8 271

Committees - Corporate Sponsors, April 1959 

8 272

Committees - Executive Committee, September 1955- October 1960 

8 273

Committees - Executive Committee: Minutes and Agendas I, February 1922-November 1927 

8 274

Committees - Executive Committee: Minutes and Agendas II, February 1928-December 1939 

9 275

Committees - Executive Committee: Minutes and Agendas III, March 1940-June 1949 

9 276

Committees - Finance Committee: 1957-1958, June 1957-June 1958 

9 277

Committees - Finance Committee: 1958-1959, June 1958-September 1959 

9 278

Committees - Finance Committee: 1959-1960, June 1959-June 1960 

9 279

Committees - Membership Committee; 1956-1959, March 1956-October 1959 

9 280

Committees - Membership Committee: 1959-1960, January 1959-February 1960 

9 281

Committees - Program Committee: Minutes and Agendas, September-November 1922 

9 282

Committees - Nominating Committee; Minutes, December 1922-May 1942 

9 283

Committees - Publication Fund Committee. Minutes, January 20, 1936 

9 284

Committees - Speakers Committee: Minutes, June 1939 - December 1941 

9 285

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Series IV: Miscellaneous Council Materials (alphabetical by subject), 1922-1963 

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Constitution and the Organization Meeting, February 20, 1922 

9 286

Davis, Tom, March 1962 

9 287

Duncan, Shirley, undated 

9 288

Etzioni, Amitai, undated 

9 289

Fish, Hy, November 1959 

9 290

Fromm, Erich, undated 

9 291

Germaine,.Bree, undated 

9 292

Gonard, S. A., undated 

9 293

Gorer, Geoffrey Edgar, undated 

9 294

Hirsch, Etienne, undated 

9 295

Houk, Dr. Richard J., undated 

9 296

Karpuszko, Kazimir, undated 

9 297

Johnson, Walter, June 1943 

9 298

Johnson, Willard, undated 

9 299

Alexander Kir, undated 

9 300

Kirchheimer, Otto, undated 

9 301

Kitzinger , Uwe, undated 

9 302

McDougal, Edward Dickenson, undated 

9 303

MacInnes, Colin, undated 

9 304

Maheu, Rene, October 1963 

9 305

Miscellaneous, 1964-April 1965 

9 306

Munk, Frank, undated 

9 307

Nicholson, Thomas L., undated 

9 308

Pandit, Vijaya Lakshmi, August 1963 

9 309

Paues, Erik Wilhelm, undated 

9 310

Person to Person - A Listing of Speakers, January 1962 

10 311

Peterson, Peter G., April 1961 

10 312

Polier, Instine Wise, April 1957 - January 1958 

10 313

Povolny, Mojimir, undated 

10 314

Regular and Special Meetings - Minutes I, April 1922-December 1931 

10 315

Regular and Special Meetings - Minutes II, January 1932-November 1939 

10 316

Regular and Special Meetings - Minutes III, January 1940-May 1947 

10 317

Robichaud, Gerard A., June 1958 

10 318

Satter, Mark, February 1963 

10 319

Scott, John, January 1957 September 1959 

10 320

Shapiro, Samuel, undated 

10 321

Sullivan, John, March 1957 - May 1961 

10 322

Tax, Sol., undated 

10 323

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Series V: UNESCO Conference Materials, 1962-1963 

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UNESCO Conference -Acceptance Speakers, October 1963 

10 324

UNESCO Conference - American Association for the U.N., September-October 1963 

10 325

UNESCO Conference - Art Critics' Panel Discussion and Gres Gallery Reception, October 1963 

10 326

UNESCO Conference - Broadcasts, October 11, 1963 

10 327

UNESCO Conference - Committee Lists, October-November 1963 

10 328

UNESCO Conference - Correspondence with Speakers (A), May- October 1963 

10 329

UNESCO Conference - Correspondence with Speakers (B), June-October 1963 

10 330

UNESCO Conference - Correspondence with Speakers (C), December 1962-October 1963 

10 331

UNBSCO Conference - Correspondence with Speakers (D), July- October 1963 

10 332

UNESCO Conference - Correspondence with Speakers (E), June-October 1963 

10 333

UNESCO Conference - Correspondence with Speakers (F), March-October 1963 

10 334

UNESCO Conference - Correspondence with Speakers (G), May-December 1963 

10 335

UNESCO Conference - Correspondence with Speakers (H), March-October 1963 

11 336

UNESCO Conference - Correspondence with Speakers (I), October 1963 

11 337

UNESCO Conference - Correspondence with Speakers (J), June-October 1963 

11 338

UNESCO Conference - Correspondence with Speakers (K), March-November 1963 

11 339

UNESCO Conference - Correspondence with Speakers (L), August-October 1963 

11 340

UNESCO Conference - Correspondence with Speakers (M), March-November 1963 

11 341

UNESCO Conference - Correspondence with Speakers (N), October 1963 

11 342

UNESCO Conference - Correspondence with Speakers (P), June-October 1963 

11 343

UNESCO Conference - Correspondence with Speakers (R), March-October 1963 

11 344

UNESCO Conference - Correspondence with Speakers (S), May-October 1963 

11 345

UNESCO Conference - Correspondence with Speakers (T), August-October 1963 

11 346

UNESCO Conference - Correspondence with Speakers (U), June-November 1963 

11 347

UNESCO Conference - Correspondence with Speakers (V), May-October 1963 

11 348

UNESCO Conference - Correspondence with Speakers (W), August-October 1963 

11 349

UNESCO Conference - Correspondence with Speakers (Z), July-October 1963 

11 350

UNESCO Conference - Desk for "Great Decisions", October 1963-March 1966 

11 351

UNESCO Conference - Follow-Up Letters, October 1963 

11 352

UNESCO Conference - General File, June 1963-June 1964 

11 353

UNESCO Conference - Hospitality, September-October 1963 

11 354

UNESCO Conference - Jablonski, Ann, October 1963 

11 355

UNESCO Conference - Leaders' Social Events, undated 

11 356

UNESCO Conference - Letter (Speakers), undated 

11 357

UNESCO Conference - Letters, October - November 1963 

11 358

UNESCO Conference - Letters of Thanks, November-December 1963 

11 359

UNESCO Conference - Letters of Thanks to Non-Speakers, October 1963 

11 360

UNESCO Conference - List of Overseas Visitors, October 1963 

12 361

UNESCO Conference - Master and Confidential Schedule, September - October 1963 

12 362

UNESCO Conference - Meetings to Organize Symposium, October 1962-April 1963 

12 363

UNESCO Conference - Minutes, February-April 1963 

12 364

UNESCO Conference - Miscellaneous, October December 1963 

12 365

UNESCO Conference - Miscellaneous Biographies, February-August 1963 

12 366

UNESCO Conference - Miscellaneous Letters, August-October 1963 

12 367

UNESCO Conference - Modern Art of Western Europe, October 1963 

12 368

UNESCO Conference - Original Speeches, October 1963 

12 369

UNESCO Conference - Participants' Departure, October 1963 

12 370

UNESCO Conference - Participants Suggested by University Committee, January September 1963 

12 371

UNESCO Conference - Planning Committees, April-October 1963 

12 372

UNESCO Conference - Plenary Sessions, September-October 1963 

12 373

UNESCO Conference - Potential Speakers: Background Information, January-September 1963 

12 374

UNESCO Conference - Proclamation, October 1963 

12 375

UNESCO Conference - Program Agenda, September-October 1963 

12 376

UNESCO Conference - Programs and Reports, October 1963 

12 377

UNESCO Conference - Public Relations, September-November 1963 

13 378

UNESCO Conference - Reception - Tea, October 1963 

13 379

UNESCO Conference - Registration, September-October 1963 

13 380

UNESCO Conference - Report, March - May 1964 

13 381

UNESCO Conference - Report on the Conference, October 1963-February 1964 

13 382

UNESCO Conference - Sample Invitations, October 1963 

13 383

UNESCO Conference - Saturday Luncheon, September-October 1963 

13 384

UNESCO Conference - Saturday Night Dinner, September-October 1963 

13 385

UNESCO Conference - Speaker Biographies, March-October 1963 

13 386

UNESCO Conference - Speakers: Contacts, February-October 1963 

13 387

UNESCO Conference - Speakers: Regrets, November 1962-August 1963 

13 388

UNESCO Conference - Speeches, September-October 1963 

13 389

UNESCO Conference - Steering Committee Meeting, August 5, 1963 

13 390

UNESCO Conference - Symphony, April - November 1963 

14 391

UNESCO Conference - Travel Tax Exemption, October 1963 

14 392

UNESCO Conference - University of Chicago Dinner, October 1963 

14 393

UNESCO Conference - Volunteers, September 1962-October 1963 

14 394

UNESCO Conference - Wednesday Dinner, October 1963 

14 395

UNESCO File - Archives I, May 1962-October 1963 

14 396

UNESCO File - Archives II, October 1963 

14 397

UNESCO File - Archives III, undated 

14 398

UNESCO High School Conference - Chicago Schools, October 1963 

14 399

UNESCO High School Conference - Distribution of Film, November 1963-April 1964 

14 400

UNESCO High School Conference - Parochial and Non-Chicago Schools, October 1963 

14 401

UNESCO High School Conference - Questionnaire, November - December 1963 

14 402

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Series VI: Miscellaneous Member Information, ca.1963 (?) 

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Van Der Lee, Jacob Jan, undated 

14 403

Wilcox, Robert B., September 1963 

14 404

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Series VII: Addresses, 1943-1965 

THE CHICAGO COUNCIL ON FOREIGN RELATIONS SUPPLEMENT I 

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Addresses - Alger, Chadwick: The United Nations at 20, 17 March 1965 

1-SI 1

Addresses - Barnett, Frank R.,: Ideological Warfare - Who's Winning?, 2 April 1964 

1-SI 2

Addresses - Biddle, Francis: The Saboteur Trials, 2 March 1943 

1-SI 3

Addresses - Binay, Ranjan Sen: What India Stands For, 23 May 1952 

1-SI 4

Addresses - Bruno, Hal: Sino-Indian Dispute, 8 May 1963 

1-SI 5

Addresses - Clark, Gerald, undated 

1-SI 6

Addresses - Cleveland, Harlan: A Most Dangerous Time, 6 January 1963 

1-SI 7

Addresses - Cross, Samuel: Russia As A World Power, 13 November 1945 

1-SI 8

Addresses - De Blij, Harm, 7 January 1964 

1-SI 9

Addresses - De Blij, Harm: The Concept of Separate Development in South Africa, 7 November 1964 

1-SI 10

Addresses - Dunbar, Kenneth A.; Atoms for the World, 19 May 1965 

1-SI 11

Addresses - Fosdick, Raymond: Personal Recollections of Woodrow Wilson, 30 January 1956 

1-SI 12

Addresses - Fromm, Erich: The Nature of the Soviet Union, 5 October 1964 

1-SI 13

Addresses - Gayn, Mark: Need We Fear China, 12 November 1965 

1-SI 14

Addresses - Harrison, Gilbert A., 20 October 1964 

1-SI 15

Addresses - Hauser, Philip: Population, Poverty, and World Polities, 12 January 1965 

1-SI 16

Addresses - Hoffman, Paul G.: The Expanding World Economy - An Essential Goal, 30 March 1961 

1-SI 17

Addresses - Hooker, James R.: The Failure of Partnership in Central Africa, 7 November 1964 

1-SI 18

Addresses - Javits, Jacob, 15 December 1959 

1-SI 19

Addresses - Johnson, D. Gale: The Population Growth and the Food Supply, 13 January 1965 

1-SI 20

Addresses - Kissinger, Henry A.: Coalition Diplomacy in the Nuclear Age, 4 December 1965 

2-SI 21

Addresses - Lennox-Boyd, Alan, January 1955 

2-SI 22

Addresses - Link, Arthur S.: Wilson the President, undated 

2-SI 23

Addresses - McNeil, Hector: The Soviet Union - Its Achilles Heel, 21 October 1949 

2-SI 24

Addresses - Morrison, Britain, 11 November 1964 Alisdair: The General Election and Internal Politics in 

2-SI 25

Addresses - Morse, Wayne: The Crisis in Vietnam, 15 January 1965 

2-SI 26

Addresses - Mowrer, Edgar Ansel: Russia and the United Nations, 6 December 1946 

2-SI 27

Addresses - de Murville, Maurice Couve, 10 January 1956 

2-SI 28

Addresses - Niemeyer, Gerbart: Dr. Fromm on Soviet Communism, undated 

2-SI 29

Addresses - Pasvolsky, Leo: The General Assembly of the U.N. Meets-in America, 16 October 1946 

2-SI 30

Addresses - Polk, William R.: United States Policy in the Middle East, 15 March 1965 

2-SI 31

Addresses - Pounds, Norman; Germany - The Key to Europe, 17 February 1965 

2-SI 32

Addresses - Pursel, C. A.; What the Atom Can Do, 19 May 1965 

2-SI 33

Addresses - Rivkin, William R., 7 May 1963 

2-SI 34

Addresses - Roach, Program in Nepal, 29 August 1963 John L.: Aims and Accomplishments of the U.S.A.I.D. 

2-SI 35

Addresses - Ross, Colin: German Policy After Munich,, 3 January 

2-SI 36

Addresses - Rostow, Walt: The Atlantic Agenda, 18 November 1964 

2-SI 37

Addresses - Sayre, Francis B.: The World Vision of Woodrow Wilson, 31 January 1956 

2-SI 38

Addresses - Scott, John: An Evaluation of the Alliance for Progress, 5 November 1963 

2-SI 39

Addresses - Stevenson, Adlai E., 19 February 1963 

2-SI 40

Addresses - Stevenson, Adlai E.; U.N.O. Gets Under Way, 22 March 1946 

2-SI 41

Addresses - Stevenson, William H.: The Philippines and South East Asia, 5 November 1964 

2-SI 42

Addresses - Stoneman, William, 24 September 1965 

2-SI 43

Addresses - Stowe, Leland: The Inter-American Peace Conference, 12 February 1937 

2-SI 44

Addresses - Taylor, General Maxwell D., 15 October 1965 

2-SI 45

Addresses - Tsaoussi, John Z., 24 November 1964 

3-SI 46

Addresses - Utley, Garrick: Viet Nam, 21 September 1965 

3-SI 47

Addresses - Venter, Herman, 7 November 1964 

3-SI 48

Addresses - Winewicz, Josef: Poland and Postwar Europe, 29 March 1949 

3-SI 49

Addresses - Wood, General R.E.: Building of the Panama Canal, 10 April 1963 

3-SI 50

Addresses - Yanagita, Seijiro, 21 June 1960 

3-SI 51

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Series VIII: Miscellaneous Council Materials, 1955-1965 

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Correspondence, October 1955-November 1956 

3-SI 52

The Foreign Policy Association, October 1955 

3-SI 53

Forum - Burnham, James and Schuman, Frederick: Can We Get Along With Russia?, 8 April 1948 

3-SI 54

Institute of International Education - Speakers', February-November 1954 

3-SI 55

"Let's Talk About, January 1953-February 1958 

3-SI 56

Miscelleaneous, October 1955-March 1956 

3-SI 57

Panel Discussion - Adams, Gomer and Seith: Disarmament, 4 March 1963 

3-SI 58

Panel Discussion - Morgenthau, Hans and Brzezinaki, American Foreign Policy, 30 November 1965 Zbigniew: Globalism and 

3-SI 59

Speakers' Bureaus, January 1957-August 1960 

3-SI 60

Wilson, Woodrow - Centennial, May 1956 

3-SI 61

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Series IX: Addresses, 1925-1944 

THE CHICAGO COUNCIL ON FOREIGN RELATIONS SUPPLEMENT II 

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Addresses - Allen, and Others, 6 October 1937-25 March 1938 

1-SII 1

Addresses - Angell, and Others, 7 February 1925-23 April 1927 

1-SII 2

Addresses - Armstrong, Brig. General Donald: Production for War in Chicago Area, 31 October 1942 

1-SII 3

Addresses - Binder, Carroll: England Enters Fourth Year of War, 24 September 1942 

1-SII 4

Addresses - Boyden, and Others, 8 December 1923-6 December 1924 

1-SII 5

Addresses - Clauss, Dr.Max: German Foreign Policy, 20 May 1938 

1-SII 6

Addresses - Grew, Joseph C.: Our War with Japan, 14 November 1942 

1-SII 7

Addresses - Hutton, Graham: Survey After Munich, 14 January 

1-SII 8

Addresses - Juliana of the Netherlands: The Netherlands at War, 14 May 1942 

1-SII 9

Addresses - Knerr, Col. Hugh J.: The Fight For Air Power, 17 October 1942 

1-SII 10

Addresses - Lange, Dr. Oscar: The Poles in Russia, 23 June 1944 

1-SII 11

Addresses - de Lozada, Enrique: Latin America: United States' Achilles Reel, 22 November 1940 

1-SII 12

Addresses - Masaryk, Jan: Democracy in Peril 20 January 

1-SII 13

Addresses - Masaryk, Jan: The United Nations After the War, 6 December 1943 

1-SII 14

Addresses - Miller, Douglas: How the Nazis Do Business, 28 October 1941 

1-SII 15

Addresses - Mowrer, and Others, 27 September 1933-20 November 1934 

2-SII 16

Addresses - St. Quentin, Count Rene de: France at War, 12 April 1940 

2-SII 17

Addresses - Schmitt, Bernadotte E.: From Versailles to Munich, 3 December 

2-SII 18

Addresses - Schmitt, Bernadotte E.: What Shall We Do With Germany, - 24 September 1943 

2-SII 19

Addresses - Schultz, Sigrid: Report on Germany, 4 March 1941 

2-SII 20

Addresses - Sokolsky, and Others, 12 March 1932-25 March 1933 

2-SII 21

Addresses - Stevenson, Adlai: One War, One Peace, 8 October 1943 

2-SII 22

Addresses - Storrs, Sir Ronald: The Problem of Palestine, 24 January 

2-SII 23

Addresses - Utley, Freda: China -- Now,, 26 November 

2-SII 24

Addresses - Weller, George: How to Avoid a Second War with Japan, 22 January 1944 

2-SII 25

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