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Fri Mar 21 17:03:07 2014 UTClccn-n800178010.00The Liberal Papers. Edited by James Roosevelt0.321.00Papers relating to Masonic activities,111786038James_Rooseveltn 80017801400214lccn-n79022932Roosevelt, Franklin D.(Franklin Delano)1882-1945lccn-n88222931Shalett, Sidney1911-1965lccn-sh85115354Roosevelt familylccn-n79144645Roosevelt, Eleanor1884-1962lccn-n79045264Libby, Billviaf-19843372Toperoff, Samlccn-n87847828Marshall, George1891-1975drtlccn-n50057783United Artists Corporationlccn-no90003416DeLeon, Walter1884-1947lccn-n84145385Heidt, Horace1901-1986Roosevelt, James1907-1991BiographyFictionDramaCriticism, interpretation, etcRoosevelt, Franklin D.--(Franklin Delano),United StatesPresidentsRoosevelt, James,Roosevelt, Eleanor,Roosevelt familyLegislatorsPresidents' spousesInternational relationsMilitary readinessMusiciansEisenhower, Dwight D.--(Dwight David),Man-woman relationshipsBig bandsAutographsAmericanaManuscriptsMusicalsLabor unionsRevuesMistaken identityVendettaSotheby's (Firm)MarriageRadio programsUnited States.--Congress.--House.--Committee on Un-American ActivitiesCommunismLibrariesNew York (State)--New YorkPolitical scienceKennedy, John F.--(John Fitzgerald),Sang, Elsie OJohnson, Lyndon B.--(Lyndon Baines),Heidt, Horace,AdoptionAuctionsAmericaChildren--DeathContestsBands (Music)Married peopleChrysler, Walter P.--(Walter Percy),Humphrey, Hubert H.--(Hubert Horatio),Biddle, Francis,Fleming, John F.--(John Francis),ElectionsHunt, Bunker,World War (1939-1945)Germany--NurembergGermany190719911933193619381940194119421950195519561957195819591960196119621963196419651966196719701975197619771980198219831985198719881989199119931995199620002001200320042006200720085048165251BE807ocn000259946ocn000467069ocn000092892ocn558842748ocn559763306ocn318306480ocn858635044ocn858604421ocn858756915ocn858641730ocn858690936ocn035278412ocn857970830ocn853100272143030ocn000774419book19580.27Roosevelt, JamesAffectionately, F.D.R. : a son's story of a lonely man106614ocn000259946book19620.53Roosevelt, JamesThe liberal papers3363ocn006085953book19800.20Roosevelt, JamesA family matterFiction31312ocn058533010visu19930.15Marshall, GeorgePot o' goldDramaA musical comedy about an out of work music lover. While working for his uncle, he becomes involved in a feud between his uncle and a group of noisy musicians who happen to live next door. He goes through an amusing chain of events as he falls in love with the girl next door232ocn016011766book19570.97Roosevelt, JamesThe nature of trade union power : address before 14th Annual Shop Conference, Teamsters Local 688, St. Louis, Mo., January 27, 1957121ocn745566757file19600.93Roosevelt, JamesThe dragon slayers121ocn006179395rcrd19650.53Churchill, WinstonChurchill--the legend, the man101ocn420291301visu20080.10James Stewart Made for each other ; and, Pot o'goldDramaMade for each other: Comedy drama about a young couple battling illness, lack of money, inept servants, and interfering in-laws. Pot o' gold: After his music shop closes, Jimmy goes to work for his uncle who hates music, and also befriends an Irish family of musicians85ocn734058505book19760.24Roosevelt, JamesMy parents : a differing viewBiography71ocn858635044file19570.31Distribution practices in the petroleum industry. Interim report of subcommittee No. 5 on distribution problems to the Select Committee on Small Business, House of Representatives, Eighty-fifth Congress, first session, pursuant to H. Res. 56 a resolution creating a select committee to conduct a study and investigation of the problems of small business. August 14, 1957. -- Committed to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union and ordered to be printed71ocn858690936file19600.31Small business problems in the petroleum industry (tires, batteries, and accessories). Report of Subcommittee No. 5 on distribution problems affecting small business to the Select Committee on Small Business, House of Representatives, Eighty-sixth Congress, second session, pursuant to H.Res. 51... December 22, 1960. -- Committed to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union and ordered to be printed71ocn858756915file19640.31Impact upon small business of dual distribution and related vertical integration. A report of Subcommittee No. 4 on distribution problems to the Select Committee on Small Business, House of Representatives, Eighty-eighth Congress, second session, pursuant to H. Res. 13... December 30, 1964. -- Committed to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union and ordered to be printed71ocn021063485book19570.92Roosevelt, JamesThe nature of trade union power71ocn858641730file19580.31Policies of American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers. A report of Subcommittee No. 5 to the Select Committee on Small Business, House of Representatives, Eighty-fifth Congress, second session pursuant to H. Res. 56... May 12, 1958. -- Committed to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union and ordered to be printed71ocn858604421file19550.31Federal assistance to states for school construction. Report of the Committee on Education and Labor on H.R. 7535 a bill to authorize federal assistance... in financing an expanded program of school construction so as to eliminate the national shortage of classrooms. July 28, 1955. -- Committed to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union and ordered to be printed42ocn610341388book19400.47DeLeon, WalterPot o' GoldA musical comedy about an out of work music lover. While working for his uncle, he becomes involved in a feud between his uncle and a group of noisy musicians who happen to live next door. He goes through an amusing chain of events as he falls in love with the girl next door32ocn810703855book19670.47Roosevelt, JamesThe complexities of national development : an address by James Roosevelt at the annual general meeting of the Anti-slavery Society for the protection of human rights at the House of Commons, Westminster on 5 June, 196732ocn504739555book1962Roosevelt, JamesThe Liberal Papers. Edited by James Roosevelt21ocn076943431visu20040.92Sweet LorraineCriticism, interpretation, etcThese music clips volumes are compiled from archive material first called Soundies: early music videos drawing on material produced from 1941 to 1947 by a company headed by Franklin D. Roosevelt's son James. Made by the Mills Novelty Company of Chicago, these films are snapshots of America in a more innocent age, revealed through popular song, dance routines, fashions and burlesque-type humor. Swing was the dominant popular music of the Big Band Era and often featured guest female vocalists in live performances, together with the vaudeville traditions of comedy interludes and energetic dancing21ocn020734735rcrd19850.92Roosevelt, JamesA fireside chat on Social Security and Medicare14084ocn002571765book19760.24Roosevelt, JamesMy parents : a differing viewBiography1125ocn001530843book19590.27Roosevelt, JamesAffectionately, F.D.R. : a son's story of a lonely man1091ocn677927347visu19550.63Rep. James Roosevelt (D-NY)72ocn793582374com18490.88New York (State)Gardiner G.Howland, Isaac Roosevelt and Harriet Roosevelt, executors, &c. of James Roosevelt, deceased vs. The Union theological seminary in the city of New York and James Roosevelt Bayley. Opinion of the court31ocn022919220book19890.96Bronson, Leisa GOral history interview with Leisa G. BronsonMrs. Bronson relates her family and educational background and her activities in Ohio with the YWCA, as state public affairs chairman, and the League of Women Voters, in which she was active re child labor laws. She discusses her entry into party politics in California, her service as state vice chairman, her entry into Democratic politics in Arizona, and her service as Democratic National Committeewoman from that state. She reports on the three national conventions she attended--1952, 1956, 196021ocn028412000mix1.00Roosevelt familyPapers relating to Masonic activitiesCorrespondence, programs, clippings, and photos, relating to the induction of James Roosevelt and Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr., as third degree Masons. Persons represented include President Franklin D. Roosevelt21ocn507310945book19880.93Sotheby's (Firm)Fine printed and manuscript Americana ...Bibliography CatalogsCatalogs21ocn039496991book19951.00Hawkins, Augustus FBlack leadership in Los Angeles Augustus F. HawkinsInterviewsThe interview includes Hawkin's tenure in the California State Assembly, but focuses chiefly on his service in the United States House of Representatives. The major topics covered are the Black community in Los Angeles, the Watts Riots, public housing projects and legislation, the Office of Economic Opportunity and job training programs, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and equal employment legislation, civil rights legislation, the status of minorities under various presidential administrations, education in the United States, and national government assistance to the city of Los Angeles during much of the twentieth century11ocn070983226mix1.00Goldberg, Arthur JArthur J. Goldberg papersHistoryRecords and correspondencePapers of his wife, Dorothy Kurgans Goldberg, comprise correspondence, diaries, speeches and writings, and other papers documenting her activities as an author, lecturer, and wife of an ambassador and prominent public official. Includes notes and journal kept by her as a member, along with her husband, of the U.S. delegation to meetings of the Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe. Also includes material on her work in promoting public schools in Washington, D.C., the National School Volunteer Program, and the U.S. President's Task Force on International Education. Topics include art, Jews, voluntarism, and women's issues11ocn145770100mixBay Area Student Committee to Abolish the House Committee on Un-American ActivitiesRecords of an organization (1960-1964) of students from the San Francisco area that was active in both national and local opposition to the House Committee on Un-American Activities12ocn155525566mix1.00Rowe, James HHistoryRecords and correspondencePapers include memoranda, incoming and outgoing correspondence, speeches, reports, printed materials, and other miscellaneous items pertaining to his positions as assistant to James Roosevelt and administrative assistant to President Roosevelt, 1938-1941, concerning patronage matters, the President's Committee on the Improvement of Civil Service, the Department of Justice, national defense, and the Civil Aeronautics Board; assistant to Attorney General Francis Biddle, 1941-1943, concerning interdepartmental patronage matters and World War II issues, including the internment of Japanese-Americans; technical advisor to the International Military Tribunal at Nuremburg, 1945; member of the Committee on the Organization of the Executive Branch of the Government (the Hoover Commission), 1948, concerning his support of the liberal bloc opposing Hoover's desire to dismantle the Roosevelt New Deal; chairman of the Commission to Reorganize the Government of Puerto Rico, 1949; and his management of Lyndon B. Johnson's unsuccessful bid for the 1960 Presidential nomination and Hubert H. Humphrey's 1968 Presidential campaign. Other subjects in the papers include Democratic Party affairs, Harvard alumni activities, and the Herter Committee on Foreign Affairs. Papers also include his notebooks while at the Naval Training School in Quonset Point, R.I., 1943; and information collected on "subversives" in the United Nations, 194811ocn013349566visu19830.47On campus [Chapman College]Visit with 1933 graduates who regraduated in 1983. Interview with James Roosevelt. A look at economic forecasting with James Doti and Murray Weidenbaum11ocn039281327mixHoneyman, Nan WoodNan Wood Honeyman papersArchivesRecords and correspondenceNan Wood Honeyman's political life and accomplishments are chronicled in her scrapbooks, personal and political correspondence, clippings, invitations and announcements, pamphlets, and ephemera, and through correspondence with family members, friends, and political associates, including Alice, Eleanor, Franklin, and James Roosevelt; Sam Rayburn, Francis Biddle, Bernice Pyke, Adlai Stevenson, Fred Friendly, John F. Kennedy, Richard Neuberger, Wayne Morse, Lyndon Johnson, Matthew McClosky, and Monroe Sweetland11ocn811072642book1.00McNutt, Paul VPapersHistoryRecords and correspondenceConsists of correspondence, lectures, speeches, newspaper clippings, printed materials, etc. of Paul V. McNutt12ocn155525484mix1.00Roosevelt familyPapers donated by the children of Franklin D. and Eleanor Roosevelt11ocn012672978mix1.00Arnett, Louis WagnerLouis Wagner Arnett papersThis collection consists primarily of political correspondence with state and national public figures of the 1940's and early 1950's11ocn609905065mix1.00Cohn, FranklinFranklin Cohn lettersRecords and correspondenceLetters, in response to an invitation to a testimonial dinner in honor of Rabbi Cohn, from numerous individuals12ocn155525443mix1.00Roosevelt familyLetters, memoranda, and other items bearing the signatures of Eleanor Roosevelt, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Felix Frankfurter, Harry S. Truman, James Roosevelt, Louis Howe, William Sims, and Marvin McIntyre11ocn688921580art18990.10King, MosesJames Roosevelt: President Champlain Transportation Company; Vice-President Delaware & Hudson Canal CompanyBiographyPortraits11ocn051152707visu19401.00[Franklin D. Roosevelt, half-length portrait, standing, facing left, with his son, James Roosevelt]Fri Mar 21 16:02:06 EDT 2014batch26389