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Thu Oct 16 17:52:17 2014 UTClccn-n500018560.00Armstrong, Hamilton Fish0.491.00Papers, ca. 1900-1955111094366Hamilton_Fish_Armstrongn 5000185637545Armstrong, H. F. 1893-1973Armstrong, Hamilton F.Armstrong, Hamilton F. 1893-1973Armstrong, Hamilton FishArmstrong, Hamilton Fish 1893-Fish Armstrong, Hamilton 1893-Fish Armstrong, Hamilton 1893-1973アームストロング, H. Flccn-n81061396Council on Foreign Relationsothedtlccn-n50032079Coolidge, Archibald Cary1866-1928edtlccn-n50030555Dulles, Allen1893-1969lccn-n80126204Tito, Josip Broz1892-1980lccn-n80044789Stalin, Joseph1879-1953lccn-n92058068Mosely, Philip E.(Philip Edward)1905-1972lccn-n2009022765Margaret Armstrong Binding Collection (Library of Congress)nc-united nationsUnited Nationslccn-n85351784Cambon, Jules1845-1935lccn-n79046200Hitler, Adolf1889-1945Armstrong, Hamilton Fish1893-1973BibliographyPeriodicalsHistoryPoetryRecords and correspondencePhotographsWorld politicsInternational relationsPolitical scienceSoviet UnionEuropeUnited StatesDiplomatic relationsArmstrong, Hamilton Fish,NeutralityFranceYugoslaviaStalin, Joseph,Tito, Josip Broz,RussiaEurope, EasternGermanyEconomic historyWorld War (1939-1945)German Occupation of FranceDemocracyDictatorsBalkan PeninsulaJapanNew York (State)--New YorkGreat BritainItalyReconstructionUnited NationsManners and customsEastern question (Balkan)Hitler, Adolf,American poetryEconomic policyPeriodicalsInternational relations--BibliographyNationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiter-ParteiKennan, George F.--(George Frost),Hoover, Herbert,Council on Foreign RelationsRoosevelt, Eleanor,Truman, Harry S.,Dulles, John Foster,Luce, Henry Robinson,AssassinationRussians--Foreign countriesStamboliĭski, Aleksandŭr,Poetry of placesGunther, John,Russia.--Armii︠a︡Benton, William,189319731917192219231926192719281929193119321933193419351936193719381939194019411943194419451946194719481951195219541955195619571958196019611963196419651967196819701971197219731979198219901999200113220118372327.05D410ocn001228319ocn462883904ocn505814351ocn558124798ocn427546474ocn009972603ocn505751962ocn186678343ocn185515654ocn801470179ocn45913940935927ocn001569702serial0.27Council on Foreign RelationsForeign affairsPeriodicalsBibliographyElectronic journal provided by The Council on Foreign Relations on international politics and other issues91421ocn000396278book19510.50Armstrong, Hamilton FishTito and Goliath8564ocn026593690book19630.53Mosely, Philip EThe Soviet Union, 1922-1962 : a Foreign affairs readerHistory71311ocn000533676book19720.50Armstrong, Hamilton FishFifty years of Foreign affairs67214ocn000513361book19360.63Dulles, AllenCan we be neutral?56813ocn001346753book19400.59Armstrong, Hamilton FishChronology of failure : the last days of the French republicHistory56715ocn001124335book19230.56Armstrong, Hamilton FishWhen there is no peace56124ocn000493810book19360.66Armstrong, Hamilton Fish"We or they"; two worlds in conflict54915ocn000256170book19390.56Dulles, AllenCan America stay neutral?52012ocn001228319book19470.63Armstrong, Hamilton FishThe Foreign affairs reader4307ocn000366857book19470.63Armstrong, Hamilton FishThe calculated risk32213ocn001346608book19330.70Armstrong, Hamilton FishHitler's reich, the first phaseHistory3218ocn003567215book19350.66Cambon, JulesThe foreign policy of the powers, France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, Japan, soviet Russia, the United States31810ocn000395362book19260.66Armstrong, Hamilton FishThe new BalkansHistory2567ocn001346641book19340.66Armstrong, Hamilton FishEurope between wars?2309ocn000395422book19260.63Armstrong, Hamilton FishWhere the East beginsHistory1179ocn001826194book19170.70Armstrong, Hamilton FishThe book of New York versePoetry619ocn007963127book19330.50Langer, William LForeign affairs bibliography : a selected and annotated list of books on international relations, 1919-1932Bibliography434ocn009773793book19370.93Hull, CordellEconomic barriers to peace; addresses on the occasion of the presentation of the Woodrow Wilson medal to the Honorable Cordell Hull, New York, April 5, 1937386ocn073231472book19510.35Armstrong, Hamilton FishTito und Goliath9152ocn000153090book19710.47Armstrong, Hamilton FishPeace and counterpeace: from Wilson to Hitler; memoirs of Hamilton Fish Armstrong3412ocn000477347book19630.37Armstrong, Hamilton FishThose days21ocn028425768mix1.00Lebedev, V. IHistoryPhotographsRecords and correspondenceChiefly mss. of writings by Lebedev and others on Russian and East European literary and political topics pertaining roughly to 1914-1939. Includes correspondence; three microfilm reels of materials on Gavrilo Princip and the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Hercegovina, in 1914; drafts of articles by Marc Slonim; materials on Socialist Revolutionary Party (Partii︠a︡ sot︠s︡īalistov-revoli︠u︡t︠s︡īonerov) members abroad from about 1930; personal documents covering his army service in the Russo-Japanese War through the 1917 Revolution and Civil War and his later life in Europe and the U.S.; photos of interwar Albania and Bulgaria and of Aleksandŭr Stamboliĭski; and Lebedev's book, Novym putem, copies of the periodical Voli︠a︡ Rossii, of which he was an editor, and other printed matter. Correspondents include Hamilton Fish Armstrong and George F. Kennan12ocn048395807file1.00Bowman, IsaiahIsaiah Bowman papersHistoryArchivesSourcesRecords and correspondencePapers cover Bowman's work as a geographer in South America (1911,1913, 1941), as member of the American Commission to Negotiate Peace (1919), as Director of the American Geographical Society (1915-35), and as advisor to the U.S. State Department for post-war planning (1942-45) especially as participant in the Dumbarton Oaks Conference (1944) and the San Francisco Conference to found the United Nations (1945)11ocn702157879mix1.00Lindbergh, Anne MorrowAnne Morrow Lindbergh papersCriticism, interpretation, etcThe papers consist of correspondence, diaries, writings, childhood, school and college materials, housekeeping and social records, reports, memoranda and correspondence from the many organizations in which Anne Morrow Lindbergh took an active interest. Also included is voluminous mail from members of her reading public and memorabilia, both objects sent by admirers and items collected by her on her travels. The death of Charles Lindbergh in 1974 is documented by mail from friends, members of the public and organizations. Anne Morrow Lindbergh's writings make up the largest part of the papers and include her diaries (1929-1972, 1982-1988), drafts of her books, working notebooks, speeches, articles and stories and published reviews of her work. Also in the papers are printed copies of her publications. Her personal correspondence with friends and family runs over many years and includes Anne Carrell, Harry Guggenheim, Corliss Lamont, Harold and Nigel Nicholson, Vita Sackville-West, Igor Sikorsky, Truman and Katherine Smith, Helen and Kurt Wolff, Jean Stafford and Mary Ellen Chase. Her family correspondence contains letters exchanged by Anne Morrow Lindbergh and members of her immediate family as well as members of the Morrow, Lindbergh and Cutter families11ocn144563410art19320.10Cattell, James McKeenArmstrong, Hamilton Fish : 45 E. 65th St. New York, N. Y11ocn071131670mix1.00Root, ElihuPapers of Elihu RootCorrespondents include Henry T. Allen, Chandler P. Anderson, Hamilton Fish Armstrong, Newton D. Baker, Mabel T. Boardman, Charles J. Bonaparte, William E. Borah, William Jennings Bryan, James B. Bryce, Nicholas Murray Butler, Andrew Carnegie, Joseph H. Choate, Bainbridge Colby, Calvin Coolidge, George B. Cortelyou, Josephus Daniels, George W. Davis, Charles Dick, Grenville Mellen Dodge, Eric Drummond, Walter E. Edge, George A. Finch, Nathaniel Foote, Lindley M. Garrison, Carter Glass, Adolphus Washington Greely, Lord Grey, Lloyd C. Griscom, Hermann Hagedorn, Warren G. Harding, John Hay, Will H. Hays, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Edward M. House, Manley O. Hudson, Charles Evans Hughes, Cordell Hull, Philip C. Jessup, J.J. Jusserand, Frank B. Kellogg, Frederick P. Keppel, Philander C. Knox, Franklin K. Lane, Robert Lansing, Henry Cabot Lodge, William Loeb, Jr., John Davis Long, Seth Low, William Gibbs McAdoo, Charles Follen McKim, William McKinley, John Bassett Moore, Walter G.F.P. Phillimore, Orville H. Platt, Thomas C. Platt, Redfield Proctor, Theodore Roosevelt, Elihu Root, Jr., Thomas F. Ryan, William C. Sanger, James Brown Scott, Leslie M. Shaw, John Sherman, Francis L. Stetson, Henry L. Stimson, Oscar S. Straus, William H. Taft, James W. Wadsworth, Henry White, George W. Wickersham, Henry Lane Wilson, Huntington Wilson, James Wilson, Woodrow Wilson, Bronson Winthrop, and Leonard Wood11ocn298686798mix1.00Altschul, FrankFrank Altschul papersPersonal papers of Frank Altschul consisting of correspondence, manuscripts, documents, memoranda, reports, printed material, and photographs and containing no business or financial records. Among the major correspondents are Almer Adler, Hamilton Fish Armstrong, Zbigniew Brzezinski, Thomas M. Cleland, Margaret Bourke-White, Alf Landon, Herbert H. Lehman, Clare Boothe and Henry R. Luce, Dean Rusk, Wendell Willkie, and U.S. Presidents Herbert Hoover, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Harry Truman, Dwight D. Eisenhower, and John F. Kennedy11ocn463434859mix1.00Barnes, JosephJoseph Barnes papersCorrespondence, manuscripts, dispatches, documents, clippings and other printed materials concerning his career as an editor and correspondent for the New York Herald Tribune in Moscow, Berlin and New York, as a staff member of the Institute of Pacific Relations from 1932 to 1934, as deputy director in the Office of War Information overseas branch, 1941-44, as an owner and editor of the New York Star, 1948-49, as an instructor in communications at Sarah Lawrence College, 1950-1951, as a book editor at Simon and Schuster, Publishers, 1951-1970, and as an author and translator11ocn081612009mix1.00Dulles, AllenAllen W. Dulles papersHistoryPhotographsRecords and correspondenceManuscriptsConsists of the professional and personal papers of Allen W. Dulles (Princeton Class of 1914) including correspondence, speeches, interviews, books, clippings, documents, reference files, manuscripts for THE CRAFT OF INTELLIGENCE (1963) and THE SECRET SURRENDER (1966), photographs, audio recordings, and memorabilia11ocn060706568art19220.10Hamilton Fish ArmstrongBiography11ocn034418881mix1.00Dedijer, VladimirVladimir Dedijer papersSeries in the collection include biographical/personal, Dedijer family, correspondence, topical files, Bertrand Russell War Crimes Tribunals, project files, writings, lectures and speeches, audio and visual materials, and printed material; include correspondence with various intellectuals and political figures; subjects in the collection concern Yugoslav history, particularly Dedijer's relationship with Tito and Milovan Djilas; also materials relating to the International War Crimes Tribunal11ocn122571477mix0.47Bliven, BruceBruce Bliven papersCorrespondence, notes, printed materials, photographs, and clippings covering Bliven's journalistic and literary careers11ocn657110543art19790.10Armstrong, Hamilton Fish 80Periodicals11ocn049917057art1999Armstrong, Hamilton Fish01ocn309774398mixBarnes, JosephCorrespondence, manuscripts, dispatches, documents, clippings and other printed materials concerning his career as an editor and correspondent for the New York Herald Tribune in Moscow, Berlin and New York, as a staff member of the Institute of Pacific Relations from 1932 to 1934, as deputy director in the Office of War Information overseas branch, 1941-44, as an owner and editor of the New York Star, 1948-49, as an instructor in communications at Sarah Lawrence College, 1950-1951, as a book editor at Simon and Schuster, Publishers, 1951-1970, and as an author and translator01ocn122598532mixCaldwell, ErskineHistoryArchivesSourcesWritings are arranged by type and are almost solely works by Caldwell. They comprise articles about the Russian front, typescript manuscripts and/or production records of books (God's Little Acre, Southways, Tobacco Road); production records of You Have Seen Their Faces (in collaboration with Bourke-White); scripts, including untitled radio scripts from Moscow; typescript manuscripts of short stories; miscellaneous drafts, typescript manuscripts, and notes on trips; press wireless releases Caldwell sent from Moscow while covering the German invasion of Russia for Life and PM; and printed short stories01ocn122514005mixThompson, DorothyHistoryBiographyArchivesRecords and correspondenceCorrespondents include authors (James Drawbell, John Gunther, Margot Johnson, Alfred M. Lilienthal, Edgar A. Mowrer, Vincent Sheean, Paul Scheffer, Johannes Urzidil, Wallace Irwin), literary figures (Jean Cocteau, Thomas Bertram Costain, Rose Wilder Lane, Thomas Mann, H.L. Mencken, Rebecca West), politicians and statesmen (Bernard M. Baruch, Winston Churchill, Ely Culbertson, Ralph E. Flanders, Felix Frankfurter, Charles de Gaulle, Peter Grimm, Cordell Hull, Clare Booth Luce, Jan Masaryk, Gamal Abdel Nasser, Franklin D. and Eleanor Roosevelt, Harry S. Truman, Arthur H. Vandenberg)01ocn122376964mixAltschul, FrankPersonal papers of Frank Altschul consisting of correspondence, manuscripts, documents, memoranda, reports, printed material, and photographs and containing no business or financial records. Among the major correspondents are Almer Adler, Hamilton Fish Armstrong, Zbigniew Brzezinski, Thomas M. Cleland, Margaret Bourke-White, Alf Landon, Herbert H. Lehman, Clare Boothe and Henry R. Luce, Dean Rusk, Wendell Willkie, and U.S. Presidents Herbert Hoover, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Harry Truman, Dwight D. Eisenhower, and John F. KennedyThu Oct 16 15:27:51 EDT 2014batch28616