University of Minnesota Libraries, Descriptive Inventories of Collections in the Social Welfare History Archives Center (Westport, Conn.: Greenwood, 1970).
Harry Lawrence Lurie (1892-1973)
Papers, 1927–58, 2 ft. Social worker, teacher, and editor. Correspondence, writings, reports, and speeches. His professional correspondence (especially in the 1930s) reflects his interest in foreign affairs, Russia, communism, and fascism. In 1936 he led a study tour of the Soviet Union for social workers. (NUCMC 67–1848)
Paul Underwood Kellogg (1879-1958)
Papers, ca. 1884–1958, ca. 15 ft. Journalist, editor, and social reformer. Correspondence, biographical information, and financial records. Material on his work with Survey Associates, foreign policy, and international relations. 1 folder, 1915, contains a report on the Russian Extraordinary Commission of Inquiry on German war atrocities. Items pertaining to the Foreign Policy Association, 1917–49, include scattered references to Russia. Also, correspondence ca. 1921 concerning a special issue on the USSR of Survey magazine, which he edited. In 1936 he traveled to the Soviet Union; there may be materials pertaining to this trip in the collection. (NUCMC 70–1652)
Savel Zimand (1891-1967)
Papers, 1917–67, ca. 1 ft. Journalist and educator. Visited the Soviet Union in 1922 and subsequently wrote State Capitalism in Russia, a booklet published by the Foreign Policy Association in 1926. Correspondence regards preparation of this booklet. (NUCMC 70–1655)
Records, 1891–1952, 44 ft. Organization for the advancement of social welfare through research and publication, especially its Survey magazines. Correspondence, corporate and membership records, administrative and financial records, and editorial files. Contact with the Foreign Policy Association, of which Paul Kellogg, the Survey editor, was a founding member. Includes correspondence, 1924–37, with Anna Louise Strong about travel in and writing on the USSR, 1 folder. Ca. 1 ft. of material, 1918–51, concerns the Foreign Policy Association. Ca. 1 ft. concerns a February 1944 issue of Survey devoted to the USSR (correspondence of the editors, Richard B. Scandrett and Albert Rhys Williams). (NUCMC 67–1849)