Papers, 1963–68, ca. 2 ft. Author of children's books. Includes translations of Russian works for children. (NUCMC 70–1814)
Clarence Leroy Andrews (1862-1948)
Papers, 1913–48, 3 ft. Employee of the U.S. Interior Department's Reindeer Service in Alaska and an expert and author of books on Alaska (especially the introduction of reindeer there). He wrote about Russian America (Alaska), penned a biography of A. A. Baranov, and gathered manuscripts and documents on Alaskan history (materials of Kiril T. Khliebnikov, Petr A. Tikhmenev, the Valaamskii Preobrazhenskii Monastery, and William T. Lopp). The collection includes letters, reports, and photographs as well, 1913–48. Ca. 2 ft. Russia-related. Unpublished inventory (NUCMC 70–1770).
Emmett W. Gulley (b. 1894)
Papers on the Dukhobors, 1950–55, ca. 2 ft. Representative of the American Friends Service Committee, sent to Canada in 1950 to investigate relations between the Canadian government and the Dukhobor sect. Correspondence and printed matter (pamphlets and clippings) from 1950–55 concern this work. Unpublished inventory (NUCMC 69–973).
Eugene Lyons (b. 1898)
Papers, 1937–64, 2 ft. Tass and United Press correspondent, author. Manuscripts of his books Assignment in Utopia (New York, 1937) and Our Secret Allies, the Peoples of Russia (New York, 1953). Also, the original typed and corrected copy of his interview with Joseph Stalin 22 November 1930, which Stalin signed, and 1 letter from Stalin. Unpublished inventory (NUCMC 69–1001).
Floyd Cleveland Ramp (b. 1882)
Papers, 1903–49, ca. 2 ft. Oregon socialist and communist, visited Russia in 1920–22. A diary covers his Russian experiences. Letters and printed matter (broadsides, pamphlets) from 1918–65 concern his political activity. Unpublished inventory. (NUCMC 69–1028)
Grace Hutchins (1885-1969)
Papers, 1898–1954, ca. 2 ft. Author and founder of the Labor Research Association. From 1926–27 there are letters written in Russia. Unpublished inventory (NUCMC 72–1125).
Harold Joyce Noble (1903-1953)
Papers, 1918–47, 1 box. Historian. Contains materials (letters and reports) on the American Red Cross in Japan, 1918, Russian refugees in Korea, 1922–23, and the Far East, 1946–47. (NUCMC 62–4213)
Henry B. Miller (1854-1921)
Correspondence, 1904–1908, 65 items. U.S. consul-general at Newchang, China, 1901–1904, and Yokohama, Japan, 1905–1909. Includes 8 letters and reports about Russian-Japanese-Chinese relations and the Russo-Japanese War of 1904–1905. Unpublished register (NUCMC 74–846).
Jerome Davis (b. 1891)
Papers, 1915–63, 17 ft. Member of the YMCA-run International Committee for Work with Prisoners of War in Russia, 1916–19. He traveled to the Soviet Union again in 1943–44 to gather material for a book. From this time there are wireless dispatches, a diary, and some newspaper stories he sent to the Toronto Star Weekly. He wrote books about Russia and edited a Russian series for the Vanguard Press. The collection also includes some posters from Russia dating from World War I. Ca. 3 ft. of Russian-related items. Unpublished inventory (NUCMC 72–344).
John Frederick Finerty (1885-1967)
Papers, 1910–61, 15 ft. Lawyer. Includes letters and documents (1937–38) connected with the Commission of Inquiry into the Charges Made Against Leon Trotskii in the Moscow Trials. In addition there are case files on matters involving Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, Thomas J. Mooney, the American Civil Liberties Union, and the Workers Defense League, 1952–53. Ca. 3 ft. of Russian-related material. Unpublished inventory (NUCMC 70–1786).
Kaye (Moulton) Teall
Papers, 1964–67, 1 box. Author and television educator. Includes the manuscript of her book From Tsars to Commissars (1966). Some correspondence with the Lenninger Literary Agency concerns its publication. (NUCMC 72–545)
Leo Huberman (1903-1968)
Papers, 1937–67, 18 ft. Professor of labor and economic history and the labor editor of the Monthly Review and the newspaper PM. There are letters and documents about the court case of California vs. Earl King, Ernest G. Ramsay, 1937–41, and the Harry Bridges deportation hearing, 1939; memoranda and documents concerning PM (1940–41); letters and papers relating to Huberman's appearance before the McCarthy committee; reports, 1942–45, on the National Maritime Union; and printed matter on the Communist Party, Cuba, India, and socialism. Ca. 14 ft. Russian-related. Unpublished inventory (NUCMC 74–839).
Michael A. Meyendorff (1849-1908)
Papers, 1861–1908, 1 box. Polish revolutionary exiled in Russia. Includes correspondence, a notebook, scrapbook, biographical manuscript, 10 pp., and some estate papers. In 1866 he was released and emigrated to the United States, where he became a college lecturer. (NUCMC 64–1135)
Papers, 1943-1986. 93 linear feet (171 boxes). Correspondence (ca. 20,000 letters); writings and speeches by Anderson and others; American Party files, including campaign material for George Wallace and Anderson's candidacy for vice-president in 1972 and president in 1976; subject files; accounts of trips to Northern Europe and the Soviet Union in 1959 with U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Ezra Taft Benson; editorial policies, financial statements, and sample issues of farm publications; and audiovisual materials, including tapes of John Birch Society meetings and American Party conventions, motion pictures, and phonograph records. Correspondents include T. Coleman Andrews, Howard H. Baker, Ezra Taft Benson, William F. Buckley, Willis A. Carto, Kent Courtney, Harry T. Everingham, J. Evetts Haley, Jonathan Kirby, Douglas C. Morse, John H. Rousselot, Phyllis Schlafly, Robert B. Snowden, Willis E. Stone, George Wallace, Robert Welch, and Glenn O. Young.
Verne Bright (1893-1977)
Papers, 1917–62, 3 ft. Author. Includes correspondence when Bright was an infantryman with the American Expeditionary Forces in Siberia, 1918–19. Ca. 64 letters discuss the Revolution and Civil War. Unpublished inventory (NUCMC 69–944).