Erwin A. Salk multicultural collection
MSSalk01

 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
Salk, Erwin A.
Title
Erwin A. Salk multicultural collection
ID
MSSalk01
Date [inclusive]
1935-1997
Extent
80.0 Linear feet
Language
English
Abstract:
Erwin Arthur "Bud" Salk (June 1918-July 2000) was a businessman, civil rights activist, peace advocate, philanthropist, author and educator. The Erwin Salk Multicultural Collection contain agendas, minutes, financial statements, bulletins, memoranda, minutes, newsletters, press releases, by-laws, clippings, correspondence, notes, manuscripts, pamphlets, artifacts, photographs, posters, proceedings, political buttons, speeches, phonograph records, education materials, and reports spanning the mid-1930s through about 1997. The bulk of the collection covers from around 1968 to 1992.

Preferred Citation

Erwin A. Salk multicultural collection, Special Collections and University Archives, University of Illinois at Chicago

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Biographical Sketch

Erwin Arthur Salk (June 1918-July 2000) was a businessman, civil rights activist, peace advocate, philanthropist, and educator.

Salk graduated from the University of Chicago in 1939 then earned a Master's degree there in Political Science and Public Administration in1941. During World War II, Salk served in the office of the Secretary of War and graduated from the School for Military Governors for the Far East of the University of Virginia. He went on to serve with the Supreme Command Allied Powers in Tokyo and then worked for two years in Paris for the United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).

Salk's career is primarily remembered for his work as a mortgage banker with Salk, Ward and Salk which his father, Harry Salk, founded in 1926. Salk joined the firm in 1950. It grew into the 43rd largest mortgage service in the United States by 1969. Professionally, Salk held positions with AMI Real Estate Corporation, Board of the Independence Bank of Chicago, and Mortgage Bankers Association of America. In the sixties, he was frequently a source for news reporters on local housing issues and the U.S. economy. Salk also served as chairman of the Muscular Dystrophy Fund Raising Campaign of Greater Chicago, Board of Managers of the Robert R. McCormick Chicago Boys Club, and President of B'Nai B'rith, Louis H. Harrison Lodge. As a businessman he was frequently called upon for financial support. In addition to working with organizations he also donated to a long list of them. Among his many contributions was the donation to local schools of a 37 volume series of the work of W.E.B. Dubois.

From his position of respectability Salk also became an advocate for the poor. A self-described "hard-nosed capitalist" and "conservative," Salk nonetheless advocated for a number of "pragmatic" - not radical, he insisted - issues. In 1967, Salk co-founded with four other businessmen Business Executives Move for Vietnam Peace (BEM). The group sought an end to the U.S. war in Vietnam mainly on the grounds that military Keynesianism was bad for the American economy. Instead, Salk advocated free trade with China and for detente in US-USSR relations. Salk lectured widely on these issues and was periodically cited in the press. Salk's activism led to invitations to join a number of organizations and permitted Salk to network across a vast swath of communities of interest. Work with the Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges was one of Salk's major undertakings.

In Evanston and Chicago, Salk worked with local open housing committees to forbid restrictive covenants barring black ownership. With the Housing Committee of the Chicago Conference on Religion and Race he served as Chairman, and with the Evanston Community Relations Commission he chaired the Executive Committee. His concern for America's poor compelled Salk to author A Layman's Guide to Negro History and the exhibit pamphlet Dubois-Robeson: Two Giants of the Twentieth Century. This studied interest also led Salk to teach, "Missing Pages in U.S. History," a course at Columbia College where Salk was also a pivotal figure in founding the Center for Black Music Research and served on the college's board of directors. He also served as a member of the executive board of the Amistad Research Center at Tulane University, as Vice President of the Jewish Council on Urban Affairs, and on the board of directors for the DuSable Museum of African-American History.

He died in 2000 after a two-year struggle with congestive heart failure.

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Scope and Contents

The Erwin A. Salk Multicultural Collection contains contain agendas, financial statements, memoranda, minutes, agendas, press releases, clippings, correspondence, letters, manuscripts, photographs, notes, resolutions, speeches, and reports, videos, cassettes, slides, posters, and buttons. The collection offers vast coverage of the 1960s and 70s, as well as Salk's World War II experiences. Most of the materials address issues of multiculturalism, especially civil rights, and United States relations with China and the Soviet Union. The organizations covered include the US-USSR Trade and Economic Council, The American Committee on East-West Accord, The Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, the US-China Peoples Friendship Association, and the Business Executives Move For Vietnam Peace (BEM). The latter was an influential peace organization opposed to the Vietnam War. The Subject Files and Correspondence especially represent the broad social activism and advocacy Salk undertook and underwrote.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

Richard J. Daley Library Special Collections and University Archives 2006-12-02

801 S. Morgan Street
Chicago, Illinois, 60607
312.996.2742

Restrictions on Access

None

Restrictions on Use

None

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Controlled Access Headings

Function(s)

  • Social advocacy.

Subject(s)

  • Chicago African American History.
  • Chicago Political and Civic Life.
  • Civil rights -- Illinois -- Chicago.

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Collection Inventory

Series I: Family and Personal Papers 

Scope and Content:

The Family and Personal Papers series consists of Salk's biographical materials, University of Chicago theses, military service records and artifacts, drafts of manuscripts and speeches, clippings by or about Salk, financial records, notes for speeches, notes on books, and notes on meetings, as well as family papers, photos, and ephemera.

Box Folder

Justin Salk manuscript, undated 

1 1

Biography and Salk photo, March 1988 

1 2

Personal papers, 1958-1981 

1 3

Salk taxes and assets, 1985-1997 

1 4

Notebooks, undated 

1 5

O, Write My Name, 1986 

1 6

Photos and art, undated 

1 7

Correspondence with archives, 1981-1994 

2 8

Salk articles, 1969-1980 

2 9

Religion and Race Conference, 1965 

2 10

Resume, 1983 

2 11

Biography and misc., 1963-1964 

2 12

Articles on Salk, 1950-1983 

2 13

Articles on Salk, 1964-1983 

2 14

Articles on Salk, 1964-1966 

2 15

Articles on Salk, ca. 1964-1975 

2 16

Articles on Salk, 1968-1984 

2 17

Photos, undated 

2 18

Association for the Study of Afro-American Life and History photo, 1995 

3 19

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges photo, undated 

3 20

Robeson Philadelphia convention photos, undated 

3 21

Harry and Erwin Salk photos, undated 

3 22

Peace decal, undated 

3 23

Misc., undated 

3 24

Prague decal, undated 

3 25

World Peace Council decals, undated 

3 26

Ben Burns/Ann Brown photos, ca. 1959 

3 27

Photos, undated 

3 28

Mayor Washington photos, undated 

3 29

Family and political photos, undated 

3 30

Salk Christmas party, 1962 

3 31

Washington, DC photos, 1968 

3 32

Signed Jay Berwanger photos, undated 

3 33

Awards, 1939-1992 

3 34

Kiev-Chicago delegation, May 1988 

4 35

Russian delegation photos, 1988 

4 36

Chicago-Russian delegation photos, 1988 

4 37

Russian delegation photos, 1988 

4 38

Russian delegation photos, 1988 

4 39

Russian delegation photos, 1988 

4 40

Russian delegation photos, 1988 

4 41

Russian delegation photos, 1988 

4 42

Military Service Possessions, ca. 1944 

4 43

Misc., ca. 1937 

4 44

Military service correspondence, ca. 1945 

4 45

Document on Japan, undated 

4 46

Military service possessions, ca. 1944 

4 47

Religious documents, 1933 

4 48

Military documents, ca. 1943 

5 49

University of Chicago notes and military documents, 1937-1942 

5 50

Military service documents, ca. 1944 

5 51

Slide photos, undated 

5 52

High school letterman's letter 

6 53

Tote bag from Goodwill Games in Moscow, 1986 

6 54

Board game "Cullud" by Brumsic Brandon, Jr., 1967 

7 55

Award plaques 

8 56

President Kennedy key ring 

9 57

Undeveloped film 

10 58

Salk Ward and Salk matchbox 

11 59

Service patch 

12 60

Tokens 

12 61

Army of occupation medal, World War II campaign medal, other service medals 

12 62

City of Davenport, Iowa patch 

13 63

World War II service note cards 

14 64

World War II service notecards 

15 65

World War II service notecards 

16 66

World War II service note cards 

17 67

Office of Strategic Services - "Price control and Rationing of Food in Japan", 1945 

18 68

Army training manuals, ca. 1944 

18 69

Army training manuals, ca. 1945 

18 70

Civil Affairs Handbook - "Japan Agriculture", 1944 

18 71

Food rationing in Japan report, 1946 

18 72

Military service correspondence, 1943-1949 

19 73

"Influence of Buddhism on Japan and its People" manuscript, undated 

19 74

Military correspondence, 1947-1948 

19 75

Notebook and G. I. books, ca. 1945 

19 76

Government training, ca. 1944 

19 77

Military notes, ca. 1944 

19 78

Salk's anniversary book, 1968 

20 79

Harry Salk's funeral letters, 1969 

20 80

SANE organization lists, ca. 1960 

21 81

Organization lists, undated 

21 82

Bethel Board, 1991-1996 

21 83

Notes, 1969 

21 84

Notes, 1981 

21 85

Salk notebook, undated 

21 86

Notes, undated 

21 87

Notes, undated 

21 88

Notes, ca. 1971-1994 

22 89

Notes, undated 

22 90

Notes, undated 

22 91

Notes, undated 

22 92

Notes, undated 

22 93

Notes, undated 

22 94

Eight address and notebooks 

23 95

Mortgage Bankers Association of America, 1956 

24 96

Mortgage Bankers Association of America, 1957 

24 97

Mortgage Bankers Association of America, 1958 

24 98

Mortgage Bankers Association of America, 1959 

24 99

Mortgage Bankers Association of America, 1960 

24 100

Mortgage Bankers Association of America,, ca.1962 

24 101

Mortgage Bankers Association of America, 1963 

24 102

Mortgage Bankers Association of America, 1964 

24 103

Mortgage Bankers Association of America, 1965 

24 104

Columbia meeting correspondence, 1966 

24 105

Mortgage Bankers Association of America, 1966 

24 106

Mortgage Bankers Association of America, 1967 

24 107

Mortgage Bankers Association of America, 1968 

24 108

Mortgage Bankers Association of America, 1969 

24 109

Mortgage Bankers Association of America, 1970 

24 110

Mortgage Bankers Association of America, 1970 

24 111

Mortgage Bankers Association of America, 1971 

24 112

Mortgage Bankers Association of America, 1972 

24 113

Mortgage Bankers Association of America, 1973 

25 111

Mortgage Bankers Association of America, 1975 

25 112

Mortgage Bankers Association of America, 1975 

25 113

Mortgage Bankers Association of America, 1976 

25 114

Mortgage Bankers Association of America, 1977 

25 115

Mortgage Bankers Association of America, 1979 

25 116

Mortgage Bankers Association of America, 1981 

25 117

Mortgage Bankers Association of America, undated 

25 118

Contacts, undated 

25 119

Salk thesis "Critique of Philosophy of Religion", 1939 

26 120

Salk dissertation "The influence of the president on the independent regulatory commissions, 1928-1940 ", 1941 

26 121

Articles,, 1962 

26 122

Laymen's Guide proofs, 1966 

26 123

Manuscript on social studies curriculum, 1967 

26 124

Articles, 1968 

26 125

Letters, 1969 

26 126

Articles, 1970 

26 127

Untitled manuscript, 1971 

26 128

Op-ed, 1974 

26 129

Articles, 1975 

26 130

Letters, 1977 

26 131

In praise of capitalism, 1978 

26 132

Letters, 1979 

26 133

Letters, 1980 

26 134

Letters, 1981 

26 135

Bibliography, 1981 

26 136

Letters, 1982 

26 137

Letters, 1983 

26 138

Letters, 1984 

26 139

Letters, 1990 

26 140

Letters, 1995 

26 141

Letters, 1997 

26 142

Draft manuscript introduction, undated 

26 143

Notes on Arizona talk, undated 

26 144

Manuscripts, undated 

26 145

Articles and letters, undated 

27 146

Articles and letters, undated 

27 147

Articles and letters, undated 

27 148

Talk, ca. 1952 

28 149

Ramah Review article, 1953 

28 150

Lectures, ca. 1958 

28 151

Talk notes, 1959 

28 152

Talk notes, 1961 

28 153

Lectures and notes, 1964 

28 154

Talks, 1966 

28 155

Notes, 1967 

29 156

Talk and interview, 1968 

29 157

Notes, 1969 

29 158

Notes, 1969 

29 159

Talks, 1970 

29 160

Talks, 1971 

29 161

Senate testimony, 1972 

29 162

Talks, 1973 

29 163

Talk notes, 1974 

29 164

Notes and article, 1975 

29 165

Manuscript and notes, ca. 1976 

29 166

Talk notes, 1977 

29 167

Talk-in evaluation, 1978 

29 168

Notes, 1980 

29 169

Talk notes, 1981 

29 170

Meeting notes, 1982 

29 171

Notes, 1983 

30 172

Notes, 1984 

30 173

Notes, 1985 

30 174

Notes, ca. 1986 

30 175

Notes, 1987 

30 176

Notes, undated 

30 177

Notes, undated 

30 178

Notes, undated 

30 179

Notes, undated 

30 180

Notes, undated 

30 181

Notes, undated 

30 182

Personal correspondence, ca. 1940 

31 183

Personal correspondence, ca. 1939 

31 184

Personal correspondence, 1963-1965 

31 185

Personal correspondence, 1964-1972 

32 186

Personal correspondence, 1968-1972 

32 187

Personal correspondence, 1945-1960 

32 188

Personal correspondence, 1945 

32 189

Personal correspondence, 1943-1945 

33 190

Personal correspondence, 1943-1944 

33 191

Personal correspondence, 1947-1958 

33 192

Personal correspondence, 1944-1947 

33 193

Personal correspondence, 1948-1960 

34 194

Personal correspondence, 1935-1958 

34 195

Personal correspondence, 1957-1970 

34 196

Personal correspondence, 1941-1944 

34 197

Chicago International Film Festival and films, 1976-1979 

35 198

Chicago International Film Festival, 1991-1992 

35 199

Chicago International Film Festival - Stone Panel, 1992 

35 200

Chicago International Film Festival - Stone Panel, 1992 

35 201

Chicago International Film Festival - Stone Panel, 1992-1993 

35 202

Mayor's Advisory Committee on Linked Development, 1985 

36 203

Mayor's Advisory Committee on Linked Development, 1985 

36 204

Mayor's Advisory Committee on Linked Development, 1985 

36 205

Mayor's Advisory Committee on Linked Development, 1986 

36 206

UNICEF Board list, undated 

37 207

UNICEF, 1990 

37 208

UNICEF, 1991 

37 209

UNICEF, 1992 

37 210

UNICEF, 1993 

37 211

UNICEF, 1993 

37 212

UNICEF, 1994 

37 213

UNICEF, 1995 

37 214

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Series II: Multicultural Series 

Scope and Content:

The Multicultural Series covers a broad range of Salk's activities in organizations related to issues of race and poverty. These groups include the North Shore Urban League, Evanston Community Relations Commission, Jewish Council on Urban Affairs, the DuSable Museum of African American History, the Amistad Museum, and Columbia College. With the latter Salk served both on the executive board and in the classroom where he taught a course on "The Missing Pages in U.S. History." The "Missing Pages in U.S. History" folders contain Salk's syllabi, notes, letters, and class materials for this course on multiculturalism. The various organization records are arranged by date and generally include minutes, agendas, broadsides, and notes, with correspondence heavily represented. Photos are labeled where they exist. Additionally, one Salk project that was never completed, was a study on multiculturalism in American education. His correspondence with state board's of education across the United States and the materials they offered is also included in this series.

Box Folder

Evanston and North Shore Urban League, 1957 

38 215

Evanston and North Shore Urban League, 1961 

38 216

Evanston and North Shore Urban League, 1961 

38 217

Evanston and North Shore Urban League, 1961-62 

38 218

Evanston and North Shore Urban League, 1962 

38 219

Evanston and North Shore Urban League, 1963 

38 220

Evanston and North Shore Urban League, 1963 

38 221

Evanston and North Shore Urban League, 1963 

38 222

Evanston and North Shore Urban League, 1963 

38 223

Evanston and North Shore Urban League, 1963 

39 224

Evanston and North Shore Urban League, 1963 

39 225

Evanston and North Shore Urban League, 1964 

39 226

Evanston and North Shore Urban League, 1964-65 

39 227

Evanston and Community Relations Commission report, 1964 

39 228

Evanston Community Relations Commission, 1965 

39 229

Evanston Community Relations Commission, 1965 

39 230

Evanston Community Relations Commission, 1965 

39 231

Evanston Community Relations Commission, undated 

39 232

Evanston Community Relations Commission, 1965 

39 233

Evanston Community Relations Commission, 1966 

39 234

Evanston and North Shore Urban League, 1967 

39 235

Evanston Community Relations Commission, 1966 

40 236

Evanston Community Relations Commission, 1966 

40 237

Evanston Community Relations Commission, 1966 

40 238

Evanston Community Relations Commission, 1966 

40 239

Evanston Open Housing, 1966-1968 

40 240

Evanston Community Relations Commission, 1966 

40 241

Evanston Community Relations Commission, 1966-1967 

40 242

Evanston Community Relations Commission, 1967 

40 243

Evanston Community Relations Commission, 1967 

40 244

Evanston Community Relations Commission, 1967 

40 245

Evanston Community Relations Commission, 1967 

41 246

Evanston Community Relations Commission, 1967 

41 247

Evanston Community Relations Commission, 1967 

41 248

Evanston Community Relations Commission, 1967 

41 249

Evanston Community Relations Commission hearings, 1967 

41 250

Evanston Community Relations Commission, 1968 

41 251

Evanston Community Relations Commission, 1971 

41 252

Housing notes, 1972-1973 

41 253

Open housing, 1978 

41 254

Evanston, 1993 

41 255

Evanston, undated 

41 256

Jewish Artists Exhibition - Covenant Club, 1941 

42 257

B'Nai B'rith - Israel, 1950-1951 

42 258

B'Nai B'rith De-Nazification, ca. 1951 

42 259

B'Nai B'rith De-Nazification, ca. 1952 

42 260

Anti-Semitic correspondence, 1965-1966 

42 261

Jewish Currents, 1961 

42 262

Jewish United Fund, 1970 

42 263

Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO), ca. 1977-1981 

42 264

West Side Historical Society grant proposal, 1972 

42 265

New Jewish Agenda, 1981-1983 

42 266

Abram Davis, 1982 

42 267

Palestinian-Israeli Art Exhibition, 1988 

42 268

Middle East, 1990 

42 269

Middle East, 1991 

42 270

Soviet Jews, 1984-1990 

42 271

Miscellaneous notes and correspondence, ca. 1975-1983 

42 272

Correspondence, 1967-1989 

42 273

Correspondence, 1972-1977 

42 274

Jewish Council on Urban Affairs - Housing, 1967 

42 275

Jewish Council on Urban Affairs, 1967-1980 

43 276

Jewish Council on Urban Affairs, 1969-1975 

43 277

Jewish Council on Urban Affairs - Black-Jewish Relations, 1974 

43 278

Jewish Council on Urban Affairs - Black-Jewish Relations, 1974-1975 

43 279

Jewish Council on Urban Affairs - Black-Jewish Relations, 1974-1976 

43 280

Jewish Council on Urban Affairs - Black-Jewish Relations, 1974-1989 

43 281

Jewish Council on Urban Affairs - Black-Jewish Relations, 1975-1978 

43 282

Jewish Council on Urban Affairs, 1971 

43 283

Jewish Council on Urban Affairs, 1972 

43 284

Jewish Council on Urban Affairs - Housing, 1976-1977 

43 285

Jewish Council on Urban Affairs, ca. 1979-1985 

43 286

Jewish Council on Urban Affairs, 1980 

43 287

Jewish Council on Urban Affairs, 1980 

43 288

Jewish Council on Urban Affairs - Board Meetings, 1971-1992 

43 289

Jewish Council on Urban Affairs - Board, 1991-1993 

43 290

Jewish Council on Urban Affairs donors, 1990 

43 291

Anti-Semitism notes, undated 

44 292

Housing, 1961-1965 

45 293

Chicago Conference on Religion and Race, 1964 

45 294

Housing, 1964-1965 

45 295

Racist correspondence, 1965 

45 296

Chicago Conference on Religion and Race, 1964-1965 

45 297

Chicago Conference on Religion and Race, 1965 

45 298

Chicago Conference on Religion and Race, 1965 

45 299

Chicago Conference on Religion and Race, 1965 

45 300

Chicago Conference on Religion and Race, 1965 

45 301

Chicago Conference on Religion and Race, 1966 

45 302

Chicago Conference on Religion and Race, 1966 

45 303

Housing, 1966 

45 304

Evanston Race Relations Center, 1966 

45 305

Housing, 1966 

46 306

Chicago Conference on Religion and Race, 1967 

46 307

Housing, 1966-1967 

46 308

Fair Housing Act, 1968 

46 309

Housing, 1972 

46 310

American Friends Service Committee and Housing, 1972 

46 311

Housing, 1973 

46 312

Housing, 1974 

46 313

Housing, 1981-1982 

46 314

Housing Notes, undated 

46 315

Columbia College Chicago - Endowment and Trustees lists,, undated 

47 316

Columbia College Chicago, 1963-1974 

47 317

Columbia College Chicago, 1975 

47 318

Columbia College Chicago, 1976 

47 319

Columbia College Chicago, 1977 

47 320

Columbia College Chicago, 1978 

47 321

Columbia College Chicago, 1979 

47 322

Columbia College Chicago, 1980 

47 323

Columbia College Chicago, 1981 

47 324

Columbia College Chicago, 1982 

47 325

Columbia College Chicago, 1983 

47 326

Columbia College Chicago, 1986 

47 327

Columbia College Chicago, 1987 

47 328

Columbia College Chicago, 1989-1992 

47 329

Columbia College Chicago, undated 

47 330

Columbia College Center for Black Music Research prospectus, undated 

48 331

Institute for Research in Black American Music profile, 1980 

48 332

Center for Black Music Research, 1980 

48 333

Center for Black Music Research, 1981 

48 334

Center for Black Music Research, 1986 

48 335

Center for Black Music Research, 1987 

48 336

Center for Black Music Research, 1988 

48 337

Center for Black Music Research, 1990 

48 338

Center for Black Music Research, 1992-1993 

48 339

Center for Black Music Research, 1994-1997 

48 340

Missing Pages in U.S. History, 1968-1983 

49 341

Missing Pages in U.S. History, 1968-1971 

49 342

Missing Pages in U.S. History, 1973 

49 343

Missing Pages in U.S. History, 1974 

49 344

Missing Pages in U.S. History, 1974 

49 345

Missing Pages in U.S. History, 1975 

49 346

Missing Pages in U.S. History, 1976 

49 347

Missing Pages in U.S. History, 1977 

49 348

Missing Pages in U.S. History, 1977 

50 349

Missing Pages in U.S. History, 1978 

50 350

Missing Pages in U.S. History, 1978 

50 351

Missing Pages in U.S. History, 1979 

50 352

Missing Pages in U.S. History, 1979 

50 353

Missing Pages in U.S. History, 1980 

50 354

Missing Pages in U.S. History, 1980 

50 355

Missing Pages in U.S. History, 1981 

50 356

Missing Pages in U.S. History, 1981 

51 357

Missing Pages in U.S. History, 1982 

51 358

Missing Pages in U.S. History, 1983 

51 359

Missing Pages in U.S. History, 1983 

51 360

Missing Pages in U.S. History, 1984 

51 361

Missing Pages in U.S. History, 1985 

51 362

Missing Pages in U.S. History, 1986 

51 363

Missing Pages in U.S. History, 1987 

51 364

Missing Pages in U.S. History, 1987 

51 365

Missing Pages in U.S. History, ca. 1987-1988 

52 366

Missing Pages in U.S. History, undated 

52 367

Missing Pages in U.S. History, undated 

52 368

Missing Pages in U.S. History, undated 

52 369

Missing Pages in U.S. History, undated 

52 370

Missing Pages in U.S. History, undated 

52 371

La Cronica Teacher's Manual, undated 

52 372

Association for the Study of Afro-American Life, 1967-1971 

53 373

Association for the Study of Afro-American Life, 1971-1973 

53 374

Association for the Study of Afro-American Life, 1973-1976 

53 375

Association for the Study of Afro-American Life, 1973-1975 

53 376

Association for the Study of Afro-American Life, 1974-1975 

53 377

Association for the Study of Afro-American Life - Carter Woodson Home, 1974-1975 

53 378

Association for the Study of Afro-American Life, 1975-1976 

53 379

Association for the Study of Afro-American Life, 1976 

53 380

Association for the Study of Afro-American Life, 1977 

53 381

Association for the Study of Afro-American Life, 1978 

54 382

Association for the Study of Afro-American Life, 1978-1983 

54 383

Association for the Study of Afro-American Life, 1995-1997 

54 384

Association for the Study of Afro-American Life, 1996-1998 

54 385

Association for the Study of Afro-American Life notes, 1969 

54 386

Talks, 1971 

54 387

Amistad Research Center board and members, undated 

55 388

Amistad Research Center, 1977-1980 

55 389

Amistad Research Center, 1986-1988 

55 390

Amistad Research Center, 1989 

55 391

Amistad Research Center, 1989 

55 392

Amistad Research Center, 1990 

55 393

Amistad Research Center, 1990-1991 

55 394

Amistad Research Center, 1991-1992 

55 395

Amistad Research Center, 1992 

55 396

Amistad Research Center, 1993 

56 397

Amistad Research Center, 1993 

56 398

Amistad Research Center, 1994 

56 399

Amistad Research Center, 1994 

56 400

Amistad Research Center Executive Meeting, 1994 

56 401

Amistad Research Center, 1994 

56 402

Amistad Research Center, 1994 

56 403

Amistad Research Center, 1994-1995 

57 404

Amistad Research Center, 1995 

57 405

Amistad Research Center, 1995 

57 406

Amistad Research Center, 1995 

57 407

Amistad Research Center, 1995 

57 408

Amistad Research Center, 1996 

57 409

Amistad Research Center, 1996 

58 410

Amistad Research Center Executive Meeting, 1996 

58 411

Amistad Research Center, 1996-1997 

58 412

Amistad score, 1997 

58 413

Amistad Research Center, 1998 

58 414

DuSable Museum of African-American History board and members, undated 

59 415

DuSable Museum of African-American History, 1969-1974 

59 416

DuSable Museum of African-American History, 1973 

59 417

DuSable Museum of African-American History, 1977 

59 418

DuSable Museum of African-American History, 1978 

59 419

DuSable Museum of African-American History, 1979 

59 420

DuSable Museum of African-American History, 1980 

59 421

DuSable Museum of African-American History directory, 1983-1986 

59 422

DuSable Museum of African-American History report, 1985 

59 423

DuSable Museum of African-American History, 1988 

59 424

DuSable Museum of African-American History, 1987-1989 

59 425

DuSable Museum of African-American History, 1989 

60 426

DuSable Museum of African-American History, 1990 

60 427

DuSable Museum of African-American History, 1990 

60 428

DuSable Museum of African-American History, 1990 

60 429

DuSable Museum of African-American History, 1990 

60 430

DuSable Museum of African-American History, 1990 

61 431

DuSable Museum of African-American History report, 1990 

61 432

DuSable Museum of African-American History, 1991-1993 

61 433

DuSable Museum of African-American History, 1993 

61 434

DuSable Museum of African-American History correspondence, 1994-1995 

61 435

Published materials on Paul Robeson, 1962-1983 

62 436

Salute to Paul Robeson and photos, ca. 1970 

62 437

Salute to Paul Robeson notes, 1975 

62 438

Association for the Study of Afro-American Life conference - notes about Robeson, 1976 

62 439

Salk's Du Bois-Robeson exhibition catalog, 1977 

62 440

Correspondence, 1977 

62 441

Du Bois-Robeson manuscript and pamphlet, ca. 1977 

62 442

Finances and notes, 1978 

62 443

Correspondence, 1978 

62 444

Correspondence and photos, 1978 

62 445

Exhibits, ca. 1983 

62 446

Tribute to Paul Robeson, 1983 

62 447

Tribute to Paul Robeson, 1983 

62 448

Tribute to Paul Robeson, 1975-1983 

62 449

Notes and exhibit materials, ca. 1983 

62 450

Washington and Robeson, 1983 

62 451

Correspondence and materials, 1982-1984 

62 452

Salute correspondence, 1982 

62 453

Salute to Paul Robeson notes, 1982-1983 

63 454

Paul Robeson Tributes, 1982-1997 

63 455

Rutgers University photos, 1994 

63 456

Correspondence, 1994 

63 457

Robeson Centennial, 1996-1998 

63 458

Notes, undated 

63 459

African American history correspondence, 1967-1976 

64 460

A Laymen's Guide to Negro History draft, ca. 1965 

64 461

A Laymen's Guide to Negro History, 1965 

64 462

Reviews, 1966 

64 463

Correspondence, 1966 

64 464

Correspondence, 1966 

64 465

A Laymen's Guide to Negro History, 1967 

64 466

A Laymen's Guide to Negro History notes, ca. 1973-1974 

64 467

A Laymen's Guide to Negro History correspondence, 1976-1977 

64 468

A Laymen's Guide to Negro History correspondence, 1977 

64 469

A Laymen's Guide to Negro History correspondence, 1979 

64 470

The Chicago Center Ethnic Group for Minorities correspondence, 1995 

65 471

The Chicago Center Ethnic Group for Minorities correspondence, 1996 

65 472

The Chicago Center Ethnic Group for Minorities bibliographic materials, 1995-1996 

65 473

The Chicago Center Ethnic Group for Minorities correspondence, 1997 

65 474

The Chicago Center Ethnic Group for Minorities correspondence, 1997 

65 475

The Chicago Center Ethnic Group for Minorities charter, 1998 

65 476

The Chicago Center Ethnic Group for Minorities bibliography, undated 

65 477

The Chicago Center Ethnic Group for Minorities - Herbert Aptheker correspondence, 1969-1978 

66 478

The Chicago Center Ethnic Group for Minorities - Du Bois Tribute, 1977 

66 479

Herbert Aptheker articles, ca. 1977-1995 

66 480

Aptheker correspondence, 1991-1992 

66 481

The Chicago Center Ethnic Group for Minorities correspondence, 1994 

66 482

Herbert Aptheker correspondence, 1994 

66 483

Kraus-Thomson Organization (KTO) Press, 1995 

66 484

The Chicago Center Ethnic Group for Minorities - Du Bois correspondence, 1995-1996 

66 485

Rosenberg Children's Fund - Rosenberg Case, 1952 

67 486

Rosenberg Children's Fund - Rosenberg Case, 1953 

67 487

Rosenberg Children's Fund, ca. 1991 

67 488

Rosenberg Children's Fund - Meerpol Case, 1976-1978 

67 489

Rosenberg Children's Fund - Rosenberg Documentary, 1988 

67 490

Rosenberg Children's Fund, 1990-1992 

67 491

Rosenberg Children's Fund - Jack Fishbein correspondence, 1993 

67 492

Rosenberg Children's Fund, 1997 

67 493

Rosenberg Children's Fund, undated 

67 494

Communist Party USA - China, 1979 

67 495

Communist Party USA - 25th Convention, 1992 

67 496

Communist Party USA - Committees of Correspondence Corresponder, 1992-1994 

67 497

Communist Party USA - Committees of Correspondence, 1995-1996 

67 498

Multicultural Curriculum - correspondence, 1964 

68 499

Multicultural Curriculum - correspondence, 1966-1971 

68 500

Multicultural Curriculum - bibliography, undated 

68 501

Multicultural Curriculum - Center for Urban Education, ca. 1983 

68 502

Multicultural Curriculum - Alaska, 1969-1973 

68 503

Multicultural Curriculum - Arizona, 1969-1973 

68 504

Multicultural Curriculum - Arkansas, 1969 

68 505

Multicultural Curriculum - California, 1964 

68 506

Multicultural Curriculum - California, 1964 

69 507

Multicultural Curriculum - California, 1969 

69 508

Multicultural Curriculum - California, 1966-1971 

69 509

Multicultural Curriculum - Colorado, 1973 

69 510

Multicultural Curriculum - Connecticut, 1973 

69 511

Multicultural Curriculum - Delaware, 1973 

69 512

Multicultural Curriculum - Florida, 1966-1973 

69 513

Multicultural Curriculum - Georgia, 1969-1973 

69 514

Multicultural Curriculum - Hawaii, 1969 

69 515

Multicultural Curriculum - Idaho, 1969-1973 

69 516

Multicultural Curriculum - Illinois, 1966-1969 

69 517

Multicultural Curriculum - Indiana, 1969-1973 

69 518

Multicultural Curriculum - Iowa, 1968 

69 519

Multicultural Curriculum - Iowa, 1968 

70 520

Multicultural Curriculum - Iowa, 1969 

70 521

Multicultural Curriculum - Kansas, 1968 

70 522

Multicultural Curriculum - Kansas, 1969 

70 523

Multicultural Curriculum - Kansas, 1969-1973 

70 524

Multicultural Curriculum - Kentucky, 1969 

70 525

Multicultural Curriculum - Kentucky, 1969-1973 

70 526

Multicultural Curriculum - Louisiana, 1969-1973 

70 527

Multicultural Curriculum - Maine, 1969 

70 528

Multicultural Curriculum - Maryland, 1971 

70 529

Multicultural Curriculum - Maryland, 1965-1973 

70 530

Multicultural Curriculum - Massachusetts, 1969-1974 

70 531

Multicultural Curriculum - Michigan, 1968-1973 

71 532

Multicultural Curriculum - Michigan, 1963-1971 

71 533

Multicultural Curriculum - Michigan, 1968-1969 

71 534

Multicultural Curriculum - Minnesota, 1969 

71 535

Multicultural Curriculum - Mississippi, 1973 

71 536

Multicultural Curriculum - Missouri, 1969-1973 

71 537

Multicultural Curriculum - Montana, 1969-1973 

71 538

Multicultural Curriculum - Nebraska, 1969-1973 

71 539

Multicultural Curriculum - Nevada, 1969-1973 

71 540

Multicultural Curriculum - New Hampshire, 1969-1973 

71 541

Multicultural Curriculum - New Jersey, 1966-1973 

71 542

Multicultural Curriculum - New Jersey, 1971 

71 543

Multicultural Curriculum - New Jersey, 1969 

72 544

Multicultural Curriculum - New York, 1968-1969 

72 545

Multicultural Curriculum - New York, 1968 

72 546

Multicultural Curriculum - New York, 1968-1969 

72 547

Multicultural Curriculum - North Carolina, 1971-1973 

72 548

Multicultural Curriculum - North Dakota, 1969 

72 549

Multicultural Curriculum - Ohio, 1968-1971 

72 550

Multicultural Curriculum - Oregon, 1969-1973 

72 551

Multicultural Curriculum - Pennsylvania, 1969 

72 552

Multicultural Curriculum - Pennsylvania, 1968 

73 553

Multicultural Curriculum - Rhode Island, 1969-1971 

73 554

Multicultural Curriculum - South Carolina, 1969-1973 

73 555

Multicultural Curriculum - South Dakota, 1969-1973 

73 556

Multicultural Curriculum - Texas, 1969-1973 

73 557

Multicultural Curriculum - Utah, 1969-1973 

73 558

Multicultural Curriculum - Vermont, 1969 

73 559

Multicultural Curriculum - Virginia, 1969-1973 

73 560

Multicultural Curriculum - Washington, D.C., 1966-1969 

73 561

Multicultural Curriculum - Washington, D.C., 1964 

73 562

Multicultural Curriculum - Washington, 1969 

74 563

Multicultural Curriculum - Washington, 1968 

74 564

Multicultural Curriculum - Washington, 1969-1973 

74 565

Multicultural Curriculum - Wisconsin, 1969-1973 

74 566

Multicultural Curriculum - Wisconsin, 1969-1973 

74 567

Multicultural Curriculum - Wyoming, 1969 

74 568

Friendship Press - Twentieth Century Americans of Negro Lineage - Portfolios 1-9, 1965 

75 569

Sub-series I: General Subject Files 

Box Folder

Adult Education Council, 1961 

76 570

American Library Association - Racism and sexism resolution, 1975-1976 

76 571

Alliance to End Repression pamphlet, undated 

76 572

American Indian Movement, 1974 

76 573

American Indians, 1980-1981 

76 574

American Indians - Mormonism, 1997 

76 575

Bahti Indian arts, 198-1981 

76 576

American Indians, 1981-1982 

76 577

Bethel New Life, 1988 

76 578

Martin Bickham correspondence, 1968 

76 579

Blackstone Rangers, 1967 

76 580

Buchanan report, 1982 

76 581

Burchett, 1977-1980 

76 582

Business and Professional People for the Public Interest, 1976 

76 583

Business and Professional People for the Public Interest, 1989 

76 584

Covenant Club, 1976 

76 585

Bradford Chambers correspondence, 1978-1983 

76 586

Civil Liberties, 1977-1981 

76 587

Chicago Architectural Assistance Center, 1977-1978 

76 588

Center for Constitutional Rights, ca. 1975 

76 589

Center for Constitutional Rights, 1977 

76 590

Vincent Chin documentary, 1987 

76 591

Central America, 1984 

76 592

Fritzi Cohen, 1976 

77 593

Committee to Abolish HUAC, ca. 1960-1963 

77 594

Clarence Darrow Award, 1985 

77 595

Eastern Illinois University multiculturalism, 1981 

77 596

ERA, 1977-1988 

77 597

Fair Employment Practices Committee ca. 1950 

77 598

Jack Fishbein correspondence, 1995 

77 599

Al-Tony Gilmore correspondence, 1975-1976 

77 600

Illinois Coalition Against Reagan Economics (ICARE), 1981 

77 601

Illinois Justice Foundation, 1993 

77 602

Chicago Ink (newspaper), 1997 

77 603

Institute for Minority Studies, 1997 

77 604

In These Times, 1976-1996 

77 605

Ku Klux Klan activities, 1980 

77 606

Mayor's Committee on the Elderly - lecture, 30 September 1982 

77 607

Leila McDowell correspondence, 1995 

77 608

Multiethnic Training, Assistance, and Dissemination Project (METAD), 1982 

77 609

Miami exhibit, 1967 

77 610

National Association for Interdisciplinary Ethnic Studies, 1979-1980 

77 611

New Directions, 1977 

77 612

Patriotic Majority, 1986 

77 613

Political Action letters, 1973-1981 

77 614

Politics - Mary Fagan Bates elections, 1982 

77 615

Politics - campaigns, 1972 

77 616

Politics - elections, 1958 

78 617

Puerto Rico, 1978-1996 

78 618

Southern Conference Education Fund (SCEF), 1973 

78 619

Morton Sobell case, 1958-1960 

78 620

South African apartheid, 1966-1988 

78 621

Rudy Thompson case, 1976 

78 622

Martin Luther King, Jr. correspondence to Salk, 1963 

78 623

The Business Initiative - Economic conversion, 1980-1984 

78 624

Voice of the People, 1974 

78 625

Carl Woodson proclamation, 1997 

78 626

Standard Club, 1976 

78 627

Fred Stein, 1961-1962 

78 628

United Nations Association, 1981-1982 

78 629

United Nations, 1960-1961 

78 630

United Farm Workers, 1975 

78 631

University of Massachusetts Press, 1973-1977 

78 632

University of North Carolina Press, 1969-1971 

78 633

UNESCO, 1983 

78 634

Katrina Vanden Heuval correspondence, 1987 

78 635

World Peace Council, 1981 

78 636

Sub-sub-series I-A: African American History 

Box Folder

General correspondence, 1965-1969 

79 637

General correspondence, 1967 

79 638

Slavery educational materials, 1967 

79 639

Notes, ca. 1967 

79 640

McGraw-Hill, 1967-1968 

79 641

Chess Set, 1970 

79 642

General correspondence, 1971-1974 

79 643

Note materials, 1972-1973 

79 644

General correspondence, 1973 

79 645

General correspondence, 1974 

79 646

Fisk Librarianship, 1974 

79 647

The Round Table for African-American History, 1974-1976 

80 648

Margaret Burroughs - What Shall I Tell My Children [signed copy], 1976 

80 649

Tibbs Case, 1977 

80 650

Handsigned prints by "Tecla", 1977-1978 

80 651

Hampton Institute Conference, 1978 

80 652

Ethnic and Minority Studies Conference, 1979 

80 653

Claude Lightfoot, 1955-1956 

80 654

Lightfoot Tribute, 1978-1979 

80 655

Freedomways, 1968-1980 

80 656

Black Film bibliography, 1980 

80 657

Black artists bibliography, 1981 

80 658

Black expressions, 1985 

80 659

Art Institute, 1985 

80 660

Rotary International - Bud Billiken Parade, 1995 

80 661

Chicago Symphony Orchestra, 1992-1997 

80 662

African American history notes, undated 

80 663

African American history notes, undated 

80 664

Chet Washington photo, undated 

80 665

African American history photo profiles, undated 

80 666

Broadside series, undated 

80 667

Kerner Commission notes, undated 

80 668

Sub-sub-series I-B: Peace groups 

Box Folder

Chicago disarmament conference, 1956 

81 669

Monthly Bulletin, 1961-1962 

81 670

Women for Peace, 1962 

81 671

NOMOR, 1977 

81 672

Enduring Peace, 1979 

81 673

SANE, 1961 

81 674

Evanston Peace Center, 1969 

81 675

SANE, 1975-1977 

81 676

FALN, 1978 

81 677

SALT II, 1979-1980 

81 678

World Parliament, 1980 

81 679

Salk notes for peace congress, 1980 

81 680

Peace Museum board, 1981 

81 681

Conference on Nuclear War in Europe, 1981 

81 682

Cambridge Peace conference, 1981 

81 683

Meeting notes, 1981-1982 

81 684

Peace stickers, undated 

81 685

Public relations contacts, ca. 1980-1982 

82 686

Philip Stern - Nuclear Freeze, 1982 

82 687

Musicians Against Nuclear Arms, 1982 

82 688

Citizens Against Nuclear War (CAN), 1983 

82 689

American Friends Service Committee, 1983 

82 690

El Salvador, 1977-1984 

82 691

Miscellaneous correspondence, 1980-1984 

82 692

Center for Defense Information, 1980-1987 

82 693

Peace Walk, 1988 

82 694

Chicago Peace Conversion Commission hearings, 1988 

82 695

Rabbi David Polish correspondence, 1989 

82 696

Committee for National Security, 1980-1992 

82 697

Rev. Dan Dale, 1994-1995 

82 698

International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War, 1982-1995 

82 699

Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, 1982-1997 

82 700

Peace meetings, undated 

82 701

Fund for Peace board of trustees, 1992 

83 702

Fund for Peace, 1981 

83 703

Fund for Peace, 1982 

83 704

Fund for Peace, 1983 

83 705

Fund for Peace data, ca. 1983 

83 706

Fund for Peace, 1988 

83 707

Fund for Peace, 1989 

83 708

Fund for Peace, 1990 

83 709

Fund for Peace, 1991 

83 710

Fund for Peace, 1992 

83 711

Fund for Peace, 1994 

83 712

Fund for Peace - Financial Reports, 1994-1995 

83 713

Fund for Peace, 1995 

83 714

Fund for Peace, 1996 

83 715

Fund for Peace, 1997 

83 716

Fund for Peace, 1997 

83 717

Fund for New Priorities, 1982-1989 

84 718

Fund for New Priorities, 1990 

84 719

Fund for New Priorities, 1991 

84 720

Fund for New Priorities, 1992 

84 721

Fund for New Priorities, 1993 

84 722

Fund for New Priorities, 1995 

84 723

Fund for New Priorities, 1996 

84 724

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Series III: General Correspondence Series 

Scope and Content:

Correspondence that could not be classified into one of the other series by subject has been arranged into this one. The series is entirely chronological and contains only correspondence with the exception of a miscellaneous item at the end of the series.

Box Folder

Correspondence, 1951-1954 

85 725

Correspondence, 1957-1960 

85 726

Correspondence, 1960 

85 727

Correspondence, 1961 

85 728

Correspondence, 1962 

85 729

Correspondence, 1963 

85 730

Correspondence, 1964-1965 

85 731

Correspondence, 1965 

86 732

Correspondence, 1966 

86 733

Correspondence, 1966 

86 734

Correspondence, 1967 

86 735

Correspondence, 1967 

86 736

Correspondence, 1968 

86 737

Correspondence, 1969 

86 738

Correspondence, 1970 

86 739

Correspondence, 1971 

87 740

Correspondence, 1972 

87 741

Correspondence, 1972 

87 742

Correspondence, 1973 

87 743

Correspondence, 1974 

87 744

Correspondence, 1975 

87 745

Correspondence, 1976 

87 746

Correspondence, 1976 

87 747

Correspondence, 1977 

88 748

Correspondence, 1978 

88 749

Correspondence, 1979 

88 750

Correspondence, 1979 

88 751

Correspondence, 1980 

89 752

Correspondence, 1981 

89 753

Correspondence, 1981 

89 754

Correspondence, 1981 

89 755

Correspondence, 1981 

89 756

Correspondence, 1982 

90 757

Correspondence, 1982 

90 758

Correspondence, 1982 

90 759

Correspondence, 1982 

90 760

Correspondence, 1983 

90 761

Correspondence, 1983 

90 762

Correspondence, 1983 

90 763

Correspondence, 1984 

90 764

Correspondence, 1984 

91 765

Correspondence, 1984 

91 766

Correspondence, 1985 

91 767

Correspondence, 1985 

91 768

Correspondence, 1985 

91 769

Correspondence, 1986 

91 770

Correspondence, 1986 

91 771

Correspondence, 1987 

92 772

Correspondence, 1988 

92 773

Correspondence, 1989 

92 774

Correspondence, 1990 

92 775

Correspondence, 1991 

92 776

Correspondence, 1992 

92 777

Correspondence, 1992 

92 778

Correspondence, 1993 

93 779

Correspondence, 1994 

93 780

Correspondence, 1995 

93 781

Correspondence, 1995 

93 782

Correspondence, 1996 

93 783

Correspondence, 1997 

93 784

Correspondence, 1998 

93 785

Correspondence with politicians, 1971-1988 

93 786

Correspondence, undated 

93 787

Sri Lanka manuscript, undated 

93 788

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Series IV: Foreign Relations Series 

Scope and Content:

The Foreign Relations Series consists of items related to Salk's invThe Foreign Relations Series consists of items related to Salk's involvement with the East Asian History of Science, the US-China Friendship Committee, The Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges (this Chicago Center should not be confused with the other Chicago Center Salk was involved with, the Chicago Center for ethnic and minority studies), and issues involving Cuba. This series constitutes the largest component of the Salk Collection. The East Asian History of Science is a foundation devoted to Chinese history and, particularly its scientific contributions. Salk was also involved in the Chicago Center's founding and with the American Committee on East-West Accord. This series contains some additional materials from the National Council on American-Soviet Friendship and US-USSR Trade and Economic Council. The Cuba heading refers to a number of different groups Salk was following or involved in with regards to US-Caribbean relations. The series is organized by year and contains minutes, agendas, contact lists, correspondence, publicity materials, clippings, photos, and ephemera. The material from the Chicago Center is comprehensive, covering its founding in the mid-eighties to its dissolution in the early nineties. In accordance with its mission of detente, the organization's primary activity was establishing Sister Cities relationships between major cities in the United States and the Soviet Union. These relationships involved diplomatic exchanges and cultural events. Chicago was paired with Kiev, and a large amount of material in the series covers the cultivation of this relationship. The folder titles are only a guide here. Given the overlap between the organizations, The Chicago Center heading is used at the folder level to cover materials that may also related to one of the other groups even when those are not specified. In most cases several different types of materials are contained within a folder sometimes from several organizations.olvement with the East Asian History of Science, the US-China Friendship Committee, The Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges (this Chicago Center should not be confused with the other Chicago Center Salk was involved with, the Chicago Center for ethnic and minority studies), and issues involving Cuba. This series constitutes the largest component of the Salk Collection. The East Asian History of Science is a foundation devoted to Chinese history and, particularly its scientific contributions. Salk was also involved in the Chicago Center's founding and with the American Committee on East-West Accord. This series contains some additional materials from the National Council on American-Soviet Friendship and US-USSR Trade and Economic Council. The Cuba heading refers to a number of different groups Salk was following or involved in with regards to US-Caribbean relations. The series is organized by year and contains minutes, agendas, contact lists, correspondence, publicity materials, clippings, photos, and ephemera. The material from the Chicago Center is comprehensive, covering its founding in the mid-eighties to its dissolution in the early nineties. In accordance with its mission of detente, the organization's primary activity was establishing Sister Cities relationships between major cities in the United States and the Soviet Union. These relationships involved diplomatic exchanges and cultural events. Chicago was paired with Kiev, and a large amount of material in the series covers the cultivation of this relationship. The folder titles are only a guide here. Given the overlap between the organizations, The Chicago Center heading is used at the folder level to cover materials that may also related to one of the other groups even when those are not specified. In most cases several different types of materials are contained within a folder sometimes from several organizations.

Box Folder

East Asian History of Science board of directors, undated 

94 789

Joseph Needham clippings, 1968 

94 790

East Asian History of Science, 1965-1975 

94 791

East Asian History of Science, 1976 

94 792

Needham clipping, 1977 

94 793

East Asian History of Science, 1977 

94 794

East Asian History of Science, 1977 

94 795

East Asian History of Science, 1978 

94 796

East Asian History of Science - Building proposal, 1978 

94 797

Frederick Kao correspondence, 1977-1978 

94 798

East Asian History of Science, 1979 

94 799

East Asian History of Science, 1980 

95 800

East Asian History of Science, 1980 

95 801

East Asian History of Science, 1980 

95 802

East Asian History of Science, 1981 

95 803

East Asian History of Science, 1981 

95 804

East Asian History of Science, 1982 

96 805

East Asian History of Science, 1983 

96 806

East Asian History of Science, 1984 

96 807

East Asian History of Science, 1985 

96 808

East Asian History of Science, 1986 

96 809

East Asian History of Science, 1987 

96 810

East Asian History of Science, 1988 

96 811

East Asian History of Science, 1989 

96 812

East Asian History of Science, 1990 

96 813

East Asian History of Science, 1991 

97 814

East Asian History of Science, 1992 

97 815

East Asian History of Science, 1992 

97 816

East Asian History of Science, 1994 

97 817

East Asian History of Science bylaws and certificate of incorporation, 1977 

97 818

East Asian History of Science publications, undated 

97 819

Photos, undated 

97 820

List of names for February 24, undated 

97 821

Miscellaneous, undated 

97 822

East Asian History of Science financial information, 1979-1991 

97 823

East Asian History of Science finances, 1981-1987 

98 824

East Asian History of Science finances, 1981-1982 

98 825

East Asian History of Science memo and finances, 1987 

98 826

East Asian History of Science finances, 1985-1990 

98 827

East Asian History of Science finances, 1985 

98 828

East Asian History of Science finances, 1989-1990 

98 829

East Asian History of Science reports, 1990-1991 

98 830

East Asian History of Science reports, 1990-1991 

98 831

Clippings and publications, 1981 

98 832

China conference, 1966 

99 833

Chinese embassy correspondence, 1972 

99 834

US-China Peoples Friendship Association, 1963-1975 

99 835

US-China Friendship, 1972 

99 836

US-China Peoples Friendship Association, 1974 

99 837

US-China Peoples Friendship Association, 1975 

99 838

US-China Peoples Friendship Association, 1975 

99 839

US-China Peoples Friendship Association, 1975 

99 840

US-China Peoples Friendship Association, 1975 

99 841

US-China Peoples Friendship Association - finances, 1975 

99 842

US-China Peoples Friendship Association sponsors, undated 

99 843

US-China Peoples Friendship Association sponsors, 1975 

99 844

US-China Peoples Friendship Association convention, 1975 

99 845

US-China Friendship Association convention and correspondence, 1975 

99 846

US-China Peoples Friendship Association correspondence, 1975 

99 847

US-China Peoples Friendship Association, 1975 

99 848

US-China Peoples Friendship Association, 1975 

99 849

US-China Peoples Friendship Association - correspondence and bylaws, 1975 

100 850

US-China Peoples Friendship Association,, 1976 

100 851

US-China Peoples Friendship Association, 1976-1977 

100 852

US-China Peoples Friendship Association,, 1975 

100 853

US-China Peoples Friendship Association - Executive Committee, 1975-1976 

100 854

US-China Peoples Friendship Association, 1976 

100 855

US-China Peoples Friendship Association,, 1976 

100 856

US-China Peoples Friendship Association,, 1976 

100 857

US-China Peoples Friendship Association, 1976 

100 858

US-China Peoples Friendship Association, 1977 

101 859

National Council for US-China Trade, 1976-1980 

101 860

US-China Peoples Friendship Association,, 1978-1979 

101 861

Committee for Expanded Trade, undated 

101 862

Salk travel, undated 

101 863

Enduring Peace, 1978 

102 864

Cuba, 1979 

102 865

Cuba, 1981 

102 866

Cuba, 1982 

102 867

Cuba, 1984 

102 868

Leadership diaglogue, 1985 

102 869

Castro interview, 1985 

102 870

Clippings, 1989 

102 871

Cuba, 1990 

102 872

Cuba, 1991 

102 873

Cuba, 1992 

102 874

Cuba, 1992 

102 875

Cuba investment report, 1992 

102 876

Cuban exchange, 1992 

103 877

Cuba, 1992 

103 878

Cuba conference, 1992 

103 879

Cuba, 1992 

103 880

Cuba, 1992 

103 881

Cuba, 1992 

103 882

Cuba, 1993 

104 883

Cuba, 1994 

104 884

Baseball diplomacy, 1995 

104 885

Cuba, 1995 

104 886

Cuba, 1995 

104 887

Cuba, 1995 

104 888

Cuba, 1997 

104 889

Notes, undated 

104 890

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges - Board of directors and participants, 1986-1991 

105 891

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges - Promotional and PR materials, 1979-1987 

105 892

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1967 

105 893

Committee for Expanded Trade, 1979 

105 894

East-West Committee, 1980 

105 895

American Committee on East-West Accord, 1981 

105 896

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1981 

105 897

American Committee on East-West Accord, 1981 

105 898

National Council of US-Soviet Friendship, 1981 

105 899

American Committee on East-West Accord, 1981 

105 900

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1982 

106 901

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1982 

106 902

Reuss Hearings, 1982 

106 903

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1982 

106 904

National Council of American-Soviet Friendship, 1982 

106 905

Funding Prevention of Nuclear War, 1982 

106 906

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1982 

106 907

Notre Dame Conference, 1982 

106 908

US-USSR Trade and Economic Council, 1982 

106 909

Salk Notes, 1982 

106 910

Stanley Foundation Conference, 1982 

106 911

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1982 

107 912

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1982 

107 913

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1983 

108 914

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1983 

108 915

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1983 

108 916

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1983 

108 917

Organizations involved in Soviet-American Relations, 1983 

108 918

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1983 

109 919

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1983 

109 920

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1983 

109 921

US-USSR Trade Conference, 1982-1983 

109 922

US-USSR Trade and Economic Council, 1983 

109 923

US-USSR Trade and Economic Council, 1983 

109 924

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges - Kovler correspondence, 1983 

109 925

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges - photos, 1983 

109 926

Trade conference - Milwaukee, 1983 

109 927

Fund for Peace Conference, 1983 

109 928

San Francisco Conference, 1983 

109 929

Committee for National Security, 1983 

109 930

American Committee on East-West Accord, 1983 

109 931

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1983 

109 932

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1983 

109 933

Athletes for Peace, 1983 

109 934

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1983 

109 935

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1983 

110 936

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1983 

110 937

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1983 

110 938

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1983 

110 939

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1983 

110 940

Trade Council, ca. 1983-1984 

110 941

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1983 

110 942

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1983 

110 943

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1983 

110 944

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1984 

111 945

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1984 

111 946

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1984 

111 947

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1984 

111 948

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1984 

111 949

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1984 

111 950

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1984 

112 951

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1984 

112 952

Stationary, 1984 

112 953

Goodwill Friendship Missions, 1984 

112 954

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1984 

112 955

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1986-1989 

112 956

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1984-1985 

112 957

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1984 

112 958

American Committee on East-West Accord, 1983-1984 

112 959

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1984 

113 960

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges - Sister Cities, 1983-1988 

113 961

Kansas Conference, 1984 

113 962

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1984 

113 963

Correspondence, 1984-1975 

113 964

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges and US-USSR Trade and Economic Council, 1985 

113 965

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1985 

113 966

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1985 

114 967

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1985 

114 968

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1985 

114 969

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1985 

114 970

Chekhov-Gorky Symposium, 1985 

114 971

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1985 

114 1972

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1985 

114 973

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1985 

115 974

Trade and Economic Council audit, 1985 

115 975

Trade and Economic Council, 1985 

115 976

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1985-1991 

115 977

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1985 

115 978

Salk correspondence, 1985 

115 979

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1985 

115 980

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1985 

115 981

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1985 

115 982

American Committee on East-West Accord, 1985 

115 983

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges - correspondence, 1985 

115 984

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1985 

116 985

Institute for Soviet-American Relations, American Committee on East-West Accord, 1985 

116 986

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1985 

116 987

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1985 

116 988

US-USSR Trade and Economic Council, 1984-1985 

116 989

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1985 

116 990

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1985 

116 991

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1985 

117 992

American Committee on East-West Accord and Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1985 

117 993

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1985 

117 994

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1986 

117 995

USSR religious delegation, 1986 

117 996

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1986 

117 997

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1986 

117 998

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1986 

118 999

Boulder Conference, 1986 

118 1000

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1986 

118 1001

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1986 

118 1002

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1986 

118 1003

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges - Sister Cities Conference, 1986 

118 1004

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1986 

118 1005

Peace Cruise, 1986 

118 1006

Peace Cruise, 1986 

118 1007

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1986 

118 1008

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges - minutes and correspondence, 1986 

118 1009

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1986 

118 1010

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1986 

118 1011

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1986 

118 1012

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1986 

118 1013

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1986 

119 1014

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1986 

119 1015

US-Soviet Relations Conference, 1986-1987 

119 1016

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1985-1986 

119 1017

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1986-1987 

119 1018

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges and SANE, 1982-1989 

119 1019

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1986 

119 1020

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1986 

119 1021

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1986 

119 1022

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges - Executive Board, 1986 

119 1023

US-USSR Trade and Economic Council Minutes, 1986 

119 1024

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges correspondence, 1986 

119 1025

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges - Sister Cities, 1986 

119 1026

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1986 

120 1027

American Committee on US-Soviet Relations and Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1986 

120 1028

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1986 

120 1029

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1986 

120 1030

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1986 

120 1031

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1986 

120 1032

C. William Verity, Jr. event, 1986 

120 1033

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1986 

121 1034

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1987 

121 1035

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1987 

121 1036

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges - Sister Cities, 1987 

121 1037

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1987 

121 1038

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1987 

121 1039

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1987 

121 1040

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1987 

122 1041

Harold Washington letter - Sister Cities, 1987 

122 1042

East-West Economic Policy Project, 1987 

122 1043

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1987 

122 1044

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1987 

122 1045

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1987 

122 1046

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1987 

122 1047

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1987 

122 1048

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1987-1988 

123 1049

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1987 

123 1050

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges - Sister City delegation, 1987 

123 1051

International Physicians for Prevention of Nuclear War World Congress, 1987 

123 1052

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1987 

123 1053

Salk correspondence, 1987 

123 1054

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, ca. 1987 

123 1055

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1987 

123 1056

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1987 

124 1057

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1987 

124 1058

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1987 

124 1059

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1986-1987 

124 1060

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1987 

124 1061

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1987 

124 1062

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1987 

125 1063

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1987 

125 1064

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1987 

125 1065

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1987 

125 1066

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1988 

125 1067

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1988 

125 1068

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1988 

125 1069

Kiev Study Report, 1988 

126 1070

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1988 

126 1071

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1988 

126 1072

Kiev banner, undated 

126 1073

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1988 

126 1074

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1988 

126 1075

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1988 

126 1076

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1988 

126 1077

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1988 

127 1078

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1988 

127 1079

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1988 

127 1080

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1988 

127 1081

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1988 

127 1082

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1988 

127 1083

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1988 

128 1084

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1988 

128 1085

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1986-1989 

128 1086

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges - Trade, 1988 

128 1087

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1988 

128 1088

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges - Sister Cities, 1988 

128 1089

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1988 

129 1090

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1988 

129 1091

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1984-1988 

129 1092

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1988 

129 1093

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1988 

129 1094

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges - Chicago delegation photos, 1988 

129 1095

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1988 

130 1096

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1988 

130 1097

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1988 

130 1098

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1989 

130 1099

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1989 

130 1100

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1989 

130 1101

American Committee on US-Soviet Relations conference, 1989 

130 1102

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1989 

130 1103

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1989 

130 1104

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges correspondence, 1989 

130 1105

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1989 

131 1106

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1989 

131 1107

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1989 

131 1108

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1989 

131 1109

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1989 

131 1110

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1989 

131 1111

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1989 

131 1112

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1989-1991 

131 1113

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1990-1991 

131 1114

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1990 

132 1115

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1990 

132 1116

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges - Sister Cities, 1990 

132 1117

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges - Sister Cities, 1990 

132 1118

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges - Dixon Sister Cities, 1990 

132 1119

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges [from an unopened envelope], 1990 

132 1120

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1990 

132 1121

Chicago Park District, 1990 

132 1122

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1989-1990 

132 1123

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1991-1992 

133 1124

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1990-1991 

133 1125

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1991 

133 1126

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges - Sister Cities correspondence, 1991 

133 1127

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1991 

133 1128

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1991 

133 1129

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1991 

133 1130

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1991 

133 1131

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1992 

133 1132

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1993 

133 1133

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1994-1996 

133 1134

US-USSR Trade Center founding information, undated 

134 1135

Board members, undated 

134 1136

Notes and correspondence, undated 

134 1137

Notes, undated 

134 1138

Photos, undated 

134 1139

US-USSR Trade correspondence, 1980-1992 

134 1140

Miscellaneous, undated 

134 1141

Agribusiness Conference - Wisconsin, 1983 

135 1142

Agribusiness Conference - Detroit, 1983 

135 1143

Agribusiness Conference - Kansas, 1984 

135 1144

Agribusiness Conference - Kansas, 1984 

135 1145

Agribusiness Conference, 1984 

135 1146

Chicago-Kiev, 1987 

135 1147

Citizen Diplomacy, 1987 

135 1148

Committee for National Security, 1983 

135 1149

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges Conferences, 1986-1989 

135 1150

Bob Estes Correspondence, 1990 

135 1151

Bob Estes Correspondence, 1992 

135 1152

Exchange Program, 1991 

135 1153

Chicago International Film Festival, 1991 

135 1154

Melnick, 1993-1995 

135 1155

Naylor, 1984-1987 

135 1156

Chicago Center for US/USSR Relations and Exchanges, 1991 

135 1157

Clippings, 1982-1989 

136 1158

Peace Cruise clippings, 1986 

136 1159

Talks, 1982 

137 1160

Talks, 1985-1986 

137 1161

Talks, 1985-1987 

137 1162

Talks, ca. 1985 

137 1163

Notes, ca. 1985 

137 1164

Sister Cities, 1987-1989 

137 1165

Talks, 1984-1986 

137 1166

Talks, 1987 

137 1167

Talks and photo, ca. 1988 

137 1168

Talks, 1981-1982 

138 1169

Notes, ca. 1982-1984 

138 1170

Talks, ca. 1983 

138 1171

Talks, 194-1986 

138 1172

Talks and notes,, ca.1985 

138 1173

Miscellaneous, undated 

138 1174

Notes, ca. 1985 

138 1175

Talks, 1985-1987 

138 1176

Notes, 1987-1988 

138 1177

US-USSR manuscript, correspondence, notes, 1982-1983 

139 1178

Talks, 1983-1985 

139 1179

Notes, 1983-1985 

139 1180

Notes, 1984 

139 1181

Notes, ca. 1984 

139 1182

Notes, ca. 1988 

139 1183

Notes, undated 

139 1184

Notes, 1980-1987 

140 1185

Manuscript and notes, ca. 1983 

140 1186

Notes, 1984-1988 

140 1187

Notes, 1984-1989 

140 1188

Talks, 1985 

140 1189

Talks, 1985-1988 

140 1190

National Security and the US Economy manuscript, 1988 

140 1191

Salk manuscript, undated 

140 1192

Sister Cities, 1989 

141 1193

Notes, 1983-1985 

141 1194

Manuscript and notes, 1978-1985 

141 1195

US-USSR Trade and Economic Council, 1982 

142 1196

US-USSR Trade and Economic Council, 1983 

142 1197

US-USSR Trade and Economic Council, 1984 

142 1198

US-USSR Trade and Economic Council, 1984 

142 1199

US-USSR Trade and Economic Council, 1984 

142 1200

US-USSR Trade and Economic Council, 1985 

142 1201

US-USSR Trade and Economic Council, 1985-1986 

142 1202

US-USSR Trade and Economic Council, 1987 

142 1203

US-USSR Trade and Economic Council, 1988 

142 1204

US-USSR Trade and Economic Council, 1989 

142 1205

US-USSR Trade and Economic Council, 1990 

142 1206

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Series V: BEM Series 

Scope and Content:

The Business Executives Move Against War in Vietnam, referred to as Business Executives Move and BEM, brought together a broad constituency of American business executives opposed to the war in Vietnam. Erwin Salk was among the four co-founders of the organization. Its formation in 1967 met with great fanfare and the prominence and resources of its members kept the organization at the forefront of visibility, if not among the public, then among social circles in Washington. With the end of the conflict, the group never official disbanded. After the war in Vietnam ended, Salk and others attempted to redirect the organization toward other issues. In the early 1980s, the most pressing concern was President Reagan's foreign policy, and Salk and others attempted to retool the BEM as BEM II, an attempt to revitalize the earlier group as a peace organization of executives opposed to nuclear war and related diplomatic developments. The BEM Series contains clippings, agendas, minutes, notes, photos, correspondence, promotional materials, and phonorecords. Also included here is correspondence and published material from journalist Tristram Coffin, who published several Washington newsletters including the BEM's official organ. The end of this series also contains a bankers box of political buttons, many of them related to peace and the 1960s, but some are from political campaigns and specific events. These are labeled wherever possible.

Box Folder

Schoenbrun public relations materials, 1969 

143 1207

Schoenbrun talk and biography, 1968 

143 1208

Schoenbrun luncheon, 11 February 1969 

143 1209

Schoenbrun phonorecord orders, 1970 

143 1210

Schoenbrun phonorecord and PR, 1968 

143 1211

Biographies of members, undated 

144 1212

BEM members, undated 

144 1213

Contact lists, 1967 

144 1214

Lists, 1967-1968 

144 1215

Lists, 1972 

144 1216

Chicago membership mailings, 1971 

144 1217

Officers and board of directors, ca. 1920 

144 1218

Draft to BEM members, undated 

144 1219

Membership meeting, 1970 

144 1220

Membership, 1968-1970 

144 1221

Stars Shine For Peace, 1971 

144 1222

Membership, 1968-1972 

144 1223

Membership, 1969-1972 

144 1224

Membership, ca. 1972 

144 1225

Mailing lists, 1970-1972 

144 1226

Contributors, 1972 

144 1227

Unpaid dues, 1969-1970 

145 1228

Financial reports, 1969-1972 

145 1229

Finances, 1969 

145 1230

Finances, 1969 

145 1231

Finances, 1969-1971 

145 1232

BEM finances, 1971 

145 1233

Finances and correspondence, 1971 

145 1234

Finances, 1971-1972 

145 1235

BEM financial accounts (sample), 1969-1970 

146 1236

BEM luncheon, 1970 

146 1237

BEM luncheon, 1970 

146 1238

BEM luncheon, 1970 

146 1239

BEM account information, ca. 1968 

146 1240

Jerry Alexander correspondence, 1970-1972 

147 1241

BEM - Subject File A, 1967-1969 

147 1242

BEM - Baltimore office, 1972 

147 1243

BEM - Baltimore office, 1970-1972 

147 1244

Businessmen's Educational Fund, 1969-1972 

147 1245

Al Booth correspondence, 1971-1972 

147 1246

BEM - Subject File B, 1968-1972 

147 1247

Congressional Correspondence, 1967-1972 

147 1248

Delegates Cocktail party, 1972 

148 1249

BEM - Subject File D, 1968-1971 

148 1250

Daniel Ellsberg luncheon, 1972 

148 1251

BEM - Subject File E, 1969-1972 

148 1252

Eccles speeches, 1966-1967 

148 1253

Fulbright Correspondence, 1968 

148 1254

BEM - Subject File F, 1968-1972 

148 1255

BEM - Subject File G, 1968-1970 

148 1256

Hausman, 1972-1973 

149 1257

Hauseman, 972 

149 1258

Holt, 1969 

149 1259

Holt, 1969 

149 1260

BEM - Subject File H, 1968-1970 

149 1261

BEM - Subject File I, 1969-1971 

149 1262

BEM - Subject File J, 1968-1970 

149 1263

Kansas City, 1970 

149 1264

Kunstler/Berrigan, 1972 

149 1265

BEM - Subject File K, 1967-1971 

149 1266

Los Angeles office,, 1970 

150 1267

BEM - Subject File L, 1969-1970 

150 1268

Maslow correspondence, 1969-1971 

150 1269

BEM - Subject File M, 1969-1972 

150 1270

McCarthy luncheon, 1972 

150 1271

George McCoy Correspondence, 1971 

150 1272

McGovern Grassroots dinner, 1972 

150 1273

McGovern campaign staff communications, 1972 

150 1274

McGovern cocktail party, 1972 

150 1275

BEM - Subject File Mc, 1970-1972 

150 1276

Henry Niles correspondence, 1967-1968 

150 1277

Henry Niles correspondence, 1968-1969 

150 1278

Henry Niles correspondence, 1969-1972 

150 1279

BEM - Subject File N, 1969-1970 

150 1280

BEM - Subject File O, 1969-1972 

151 1281

Ben Pekin correspondence, 1969-1970 

151 1282

Pokorny luncheon, 1972 

151 1283

BEM - Subject File P, 1969-1971 

151 1284

BEM - Subject File Q, 1971 

151 1285

BEM - Subject File R, 1969-1970 

151 1286

St. Louis office, 1971-1972 

151 1287

Sherman correspondence, 1969-1972 

151 1288

Speaking engagements, 1969-1971 

151 1289

Sun-Times ad, 1972 

151 1290

BEM - Subject File S, 1969-1971 

151 1291

BEM - Subject File S, 1969-1971 

151 1292

Tittle correspondence, 1970-1972 

151 1293

BEM - Subject File T, 1969-1971 

151 1294

BEM - Subject File U-V, 1969 

152 1295

Vance correspondence, 1969-1971 

152 1296

Bernard Weiss correspondence, 1972 

152 1297

Washington Office, 1969-1972 

152 1298

Willens correspondence, 1967-1968 

152 1299

BEM - Subject File W, 1969 

152 1300

BEM - Subject File X-Y, 1969-1970 

152 1301

BEM - Subject File Z, 1970-1972 

152 1302

Suggested programs, undated 

153 1303

Sixth World Order study conference, 1965 

153 1304

National Inter-Religious Conference on Peace, 1966 

153 1305

Columbia Conference, 1966 

153 1306

Notes, 1966 

153 1307

Formation, 1967 

153 1308

Formation and talks, 1966-1967 

153 1309

Discussion and agenda, ca. 1967 

153 1310

BEM, 1967 

153 1311

BEM, 1967 

153 1312

BEM, 1967 

153 1313

National Meeting, 1967 

153 1314

Salk Congressional Record testimony, 1967 

153 1315

Talk, 1967 

153 1316

Anti-LBJ Democratic organizaing, 1967 

153 1317

Salk manuscript, 1967 

153 1318

Correspondence and manuscript, 1967 

153 1319

Campaign, 1967 

153 1320

Notes and correspondence, 1967 

153 1321

BEM clippings, 1967 

153 1322

Notes, ca. 1967 

153 1323

Correspondence, 1967 

154 1324

Correspondence, 1967 

154 1325

Correspondence, 1968 

154 1326

Correspondence, 1968 

154 1327

Correspondence, 1968 

154 1328

Open letter signers, 1967-1968 

155 1329

BEM, 1967 

155 1330

Chicago Committee, 1968 

155 1331

Correspondence, 1968 

155 1332

Letters to BEM, 1968 

155 1333

Niles - Citizen Award, 1968 

155 1334

Sherman House luncheon, 1968 

155 1335

BEM communications, 1968 

155 1336

Eccles meeting, 1968 

155 1337

Paine Webber analysis, 1968 

155 1338

Salk article, 1968 

155 1339

BEM bulletins, 1968 

155 1340

BEM, 1968 

155 1341

BEM, 1968 

155 1342

BEM, 1968 

155 1343

BEM, 1968 

155 1344

Election PR, 1968 

156 1345

Analysis, undated 

156 1346

"BEM's Future" notes, 1968 

156 1347

Plan of Action, 1968 

156 1348

Plan of Action, 1968 

156 1349

BEM convention, 1968 

156 1350

National meeting, 1968 

156 1351

Talks and notes, ca. 1968 

156 1352

Reports, 1968 

156 1353

Executive meeting, 1968 

156 1354

Chicago BEM steering committee, 1968-1969 

156 1355

BEM, 1969 

156 1356

BEM, 1969 

156 1357

Young Men's committee - Speech, 1969 

156 1358

National meeting, 1969 

156 1359

Defense budget analysis, 1969 

156 1360

BEM conference, 1969 

156 1361

Economics Panel, 1969 

156 1362

BEM, June 1969 

157 1363

Washington trip, 1969 

157 1364

Washington trip, 1969 

157 1365

Ad campaign responses not answered, 1969 

157 1366

BEM, July 1969 

157 1367

BEM, August-September 1969 

157 1368

BEM, October-December 1969 

157 1369

Committee on National Priorities, 1969 

157 1370

Promo materials and organizing, ca. 1969 

157 1371

Peace Action Day, 1969 

157 1372

Membership, 1969 

157 1373

Membership meetings, 1969 

157 1374

Memo, 1969 

157 1375

Criticism, 1969 

157 1376

Correspondence, 1969 

158 1377

Correspondence, 1969 

158 1378

Correspondence and contributors, 1969 

158 1379

Notes, 1969 

158 1380

Correspondence, 1970 

158 1381

Correspondence, 1970 

158 1382

BEM, 1970 

158 1383

Manuscript, ca. 1970 

158 1384

BEM, 1970 

159 1385

BEM, 1970 

159 1386

BEM, 1970 

159 1387

BEM by-laws, 1970 

159 1388

St. Louis meeting, 1970 

159 1389

Agenda and memo, 1970 

159 1390

Mann bill, 1970 

159 1391

Communications Industry for Peace and Freedom, 1970 

159 1392

BEM dinner, 1970 

159 1393

Members, 1970 

159 1394

BEM, January-March 1970 

160 1395

BEM, 1970 

160 1396

Board of Directors, 1970 

160 1397

Armstrong Luncheon, 1970 

160 1398

Armstrong Luncheon, 1970 

160 1399

Outreach, ca. 1970 

160 1400

Correspondence, Mortgage Bankers Association statement, BEM, 1970 

160 1401

Salk Congressional testimonies, 1970 and 1972 

160 1402

Salk testimony, 1970 

160 1403

Congressional testimonies, 1970 

160 1404

Peace Train prospectus, 1970 

160 1405

BEM internal correspondence, 1969-1970 

160 1406

BEM staff and contacts, 1971 

161 1407

Washington trip, 1971 

161 1408

BEM, March-April 1971 

161 1409

Paul McCloskey, 1971 

161 1410

Washington trip, April 1971 

161 1411

BEM, May-June 1971 

161 1412

Washington meeting, 1971 

161 1413

BEM, August-September 1971 

161 1414

BEM, October-December 1971 

161 1415

BEM minutes and materials, 1968-1971 

161 1416

Executive Committee minutes, 1971 

161 1417

Executive Committee minutes, 1971 

161 1418

Membership meetings, 1971 

161 1419

Minutes, 1971-1972 

161 1420

Holt - radio correspondence, 1971-1972 

161 1421

Steering Committee and National Council, 1969-1972 

161 1422

Correspondence, 1971 

162 1423

Economics conference, 1971 

162 1424

Kansas City, 1971 

162 1425

Internal correspondence, 1971-1974 

162 1426

Contributors, 1972 

162 1427

Letters to members, 1972 

162 1428

National meeting, 1972 

162 1429

Manuscript, undated [ca. 1969-1970] 

162 1430

Stop the War ballot, 1971 

162 1431

BEM - public interest, 1971 

162 1432

BEM, 1971 

162 1433

A.G. Becker list responses, 1971 

162 1434

Miscellaneous correspondence, 1971 

162 1435

BEM, 1972 

162 1436

Report and correspondence, 1972 

163 1437

BEM minutes, 1972 

163 1438

Correspondence, 1972 

163 1439

Salk Congressional testimony, 1972 

163 1440

BEM meetings, 1972 

163 1441

Contacts, 1972 

163 1442

Contributors, 1972 

163 1443

BEM, 1973 

163 1444

Dr. Spock luncheon, 1974 

163 1445

BEM, 1974 

163 1446

Notes, undated 

163 1447

Speeches, undated 

163 1448

Tickets, undated 

163 1449

Invitation to luncheon, undated 

163 1450

Public Relations Committee, 1967 

164 1451

Public Relations Committee, 1969 

164 1452

BEM Pubic Relations, ca. 1969 

164 1453

BEM Public Relations, 1970 

164 1454

BEM ads, 1967-1968 

164 1455

BEM ads, 1967-1970 

164 1456

BEM ads, 1968 

164 1457

Public Relations, ca. 1968 

164 1458

BEM ads, 1969-1971 

164 1459

Photos and clippings, ca. 1968 

164 1460

Clippings and PR, ca. 1968 

165 1461

Economic impact notes and clippings, ca. 1968 

165 1462

BEM promotional materials, 1967-1970 

165 1463

BEM packets, undated 

165 1464

BEM information folder, undated 

165 1465

Fact sheet and clippings, undated 

165 1466

Promotional stickers, undated 

165 1467

Ads and note, 1968 

165 1468

Peace Awards, 1971 

166 1469

Peace Awards, 1971 

166 1470

Peace Awards, 1971 

166 1471

Sen. Church luncheon, 1971 

166 1472

BEM News Notes, 1971 

166 1473

Coffin correspondence and manuscript, 1968-1972 

166 1474

BEM News Notes, 1967-1978 

166 1475

Washington Watch, 1968-1969 

166 1476

Washington Watch, 1970-1971 

166 1477

News Notes and Washington Watch, 1976-1978 

166 1478

Washington Spectator, 1990-1991 

166 1479

Niles talk, 1979 

167 1480

Prevent World War III, 1979 

167 1481

War Prayer, 1980 

167 1482

BEM, ca. 1980 

167 1483

Salk Notes, ca. 1981 

167 1484

Notes, 1981 

167 1485

BEM, 1981 

167 1486

BEM, 1981 

167 1487

BEM II incorporation, 1981 

167 1488

Talks, ca. 1981 

167 1489

Salk manuscript, ca. 1981 

167 1490

BEM II correspondence, 1981 

167 1491

BEM II correspondence, 1981 

167 1492

BEM II, 1981 

168 1493

BEM II - China Conferences, 1971-1973 

168 1494

BEM II correspondence, 1982 

168 1495

BEM II correspondence, 1982 

168 1496

BEM II correspondence, 1982 

168 1497

BEM II correspondence, 1982 

168 1498

Articles, 1982 

168 1499

BEM II development, 1982 

168 1500

BEM II ads, undated 

168 1501

Agenda and report, 1982 

168 1502

Salk notes, 1982 

168 1503

Meetings, 1982 

168 1504

BEM II formation, 1982 

168 1505

BEM II, 1982 

168 1506

BEM II conference, 1982 

168 1507

Peace Walk, 1982 

168 1508

BEM II public relations, 1982 

168 1509

BEM II, 1981 

169 1510

BEM II, 1982 

169 1511

BEM II, 1982 

169 1512

BEM II correspondence, 1983 

169 1513

BEM II and Business Executives for National Security, 1983 

169 1514

BEM luncheon, 1983 

169 1515

Clipping, 1987 

169 1516

Business Executives for National Security, 1988 

169 1517

Manuscript, undated 

169 1518

Paine Webber Peace pamphlet, 1968 

169 1519

BEM II ad, 1985 

169 1520

Notes, 1983 

169 1521

Miscellaneous, 1995 

169 1522

BEM members card file, undated 

170 1523

BEM members card file, undated 

171 1524

Political buttons collection, 1960-1986 

172 1525

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Series VI: Pamphlet and Poster Collection 

Scope and Content:

The Pamphlet Collection contains pamphlets, independently published, and propaganda materials. The series is classified by subject, and each item generally relates to the manuscript portion of the Salk Collection. The series is divided into two sub-series by size, with the second series consisting of over-sized pamphlet materials. It covers approximately the years 1940 to 1988.

Sub-Series I: Pamphlets 

Box

Arms Race and Economic Conversion, 1970-1985 

173

Arms Race and Economic Conversion, 1970-1985 

174

Arms Race and Economic Conversion, 1970-1985 

175

China, ca. 1970-1985 

176

Communist Party, ca. 1950-1985 

177

Communist Party, ca. 1950-1985 

178

Communist Party, ca. 1950-1985 

179

Communist Party, ca. 1950-1985 

180

Communist Party, ca. 1950-1985 

181

Communist Party, ca. 1950-1985 

182

Communist Party and the Rosenbergs, ca. 1950-1985 

183

Masses and Mainstream, 1949-1954 

184

Race and Peace Serials, ca. 1950-1985 

185

Race and Peace Serials, ca. 1950-1985 

186

HUAC and the American Right, ca. 1950-1985 

187

India, ca. 1950-1985 

188

Independent Press and Zines, ca. 1965-1985 

189

Latin America, ca. 1960-1985 

190

Peace Groups, ca. 1960-1985 

191

Race and Civil Rights, ca. 1950-1985 

192

Race and Civil Rights, ca. 1950-1985 

193

Race and Civil Rights, ca. 1950-1985 

194

Race and Civil Rights, ca. 1950-1985 

195

Vietnam and BEM, ca. 1968-1985 

196

Women, ca. 1968-1985 

197

Africa, Japan, and Korea, ca. 1955-1985 

198

Labor and immigration, ca. 1950-1985 

199

Judaism and Catholicism, ca. 1950-1985 

200

Middle East, ca. 1950-1985 

201

Nazism, ca. 1968-1985 

202

Civil Rights, Human Rights, and Free Speech, ca. 1955-1985 

203

Public Policy and Law, ca. 1950-1985 

204

Miscellaneous pamphlets, ca. 1950-1985 

205

Sub-Series II: Over-sized Pamphlets 

Box

Arms Race and Economic Conversion, ca. 1970-1985 

206

Arms Race and Economic Conversion, ca. 1970-1985 

207

Communist Party, HUAC, Political Repression, ca. 1955-1985 

208

Vietnam, Cuba and Palestine, ca. 1950-1985 

209

Race and Civil Rights, ca. 1955-1985 

210

Race and Civil Rights, ca. 1955-1985 

211

Women, ca. 1955-1985 

212

China, Korea, Pontiac Prison Rebellion, Labor, World War II, Christianity and Marxism, 1972 Democrats, Homemade Bread,, ca. 1968-1985 

213

Scholastic Black Literature Series Posters, ca. 1969 

214

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Series VII: Multimedia 

Scope and Content:

The Multimedia Series contains videos, cassettes, LP records, one artifact, and slides of events. BEM affairs, as well as a 1992 film festival event with Oliver Stone are covered here. Duplicates of radio programs on US-Soviet relations and other topics can also be found here. The series consists of two transfer boxes of materials in various media formats.

Box

Columbia College Panel on "Commonality and other video materials, ca. 1979 

215

Videos on women's rights and other events, ca. 1979 

216

Slides, cassette tapes, and videos, 1979-1992 

217

Jean Baptiste DuSable commemorative plate with gold trim, undated 

218

Record albums of BEM's Shoenbrun event and other recordings [on shelf], ca.1968 

219

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