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Richard B. Russell, Jr. Collection, Subgroup E, Series IV: Vertical Files

Richard B. Russell, Jr. Collection, Subgroup E, Series IV: Vertical Files

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Title: Richard B. Russell, Jr. Collection, Subgroup E, Series IV: Vertical Files
Creator: Russell, Richard B. (Richard Brevard), 1897-1971
Inclusive Dates: 1935-1970
Language(s): English
Extent: 17 box(es) (17 linear feet)
Collection Number: RBRL001RBR_E_IV
Repository: Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies
Abstract: The Richard B. Russell, Jr. Collection Subgroup E, IV. Vertical Files are composed of articles, magazines, pamphlets, and brochures containing items of interest to Senator Russell. These files include popular national publications such as Time, Newsweek, and U.S. News and World Report as well as those less known. Many items are marked for filing and annotated by Russell. Where possible, arrangement follows the series headings of the senatorial papers, then alphabetical by article title. Subject matter includes the 1952 presidential campaign, civil rights, defense, agriculture and forestry, international events, the United Nations, and Civil War history.

Collection Description

Biographical Note

Richard Brevard Russell, Jr. held public office for fifty years as a state legislator, governor, and U.S. senator. The highlights of his legislative career included support of non-interventionist foreign policy, passage of the National School Lunch Program, securing funding for military installations and research facilities—including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention—and his opposition to equal rights for African Americans, most evident in the filibuster of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

Russell was born in Winder, GA on November 2, 1897, to Judge Richard B. Russell, Sr. and Ina Dillard Russell, a teacher. He was the fourth of thirteen children and the first son. He earned a Bachelor of Laws degree from the University of Georgia in 1918. After a brief period practicing law, Russell ran for and won a seat in the Georgia House of Representatives in 1920. In 1927, he was elected Speaker of the House, a position he held until 1931. In 1930, Russell ran for governor against a crowded field of seasoned candidates, but he was victorious thanks to a grassroots campaign and his skill in door-to-door canvassing. He took the oath of office in June 1931 but only spent eighteen months as governor before the death of Senator William J. Harris presented him with the opportunity to run for the United States Senate.

Russell entered the U.S. Senate in 1933 and served until his death in 1971. He became one of the Senate's most influential members. During his tenure, he served sixteen years as chair of the Armed Services Committee and held a seat on the Appropriation Committee that spanned his tenure in the Senate. Additionally, Russell held positions on the Joint Committee on Atomic Energy, the Committee on Immigration, the Aeronautical and Space Sciences Committee, and the Democratic Policy and Democratic Steering Committees.

Although he wielded considerable power through these committee appointments, Russell did not seek a position in the Senate leadership. Instead, he supported the ambitions of his protégé, Senator Lyndon Johnson from Texas for majority whip and later for majority leader. Russell ended his career as president pro tempore of the Senate—a post reserved for the member with the longest tenure in the Senate—making him third in the line of presidential succession.

Russell was known for his support of national defense, non-interventionist foreign policy, and his advocacy for agricultural interests (particularly those in Georgia). Russell opposed the United States entangling itself in international conflicts, especially in Vietnam and the Congo. In agricultural policy, the creation of the National School Lunch Program in 1946 was his most significant achievement for the nation's farmers. The program had the double effect of providing nutritious meals for schoolchildren while avoiding an economic crash by giving farmers a way to sell their surplus produce.

Russell's opposition to civil rights legislation overshadowed his many legislative achievements. He began contesting civil rights legislation as early as 1935 when he joined other southern senators to block anti-lynching bills. Over three decades, Russell developed a reputation as a defender of "white traditions" and white supremacy.

During the Senate's debate of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, Russell led the Southern Bloc in a sixty-day filibuster in an attempt to prevent the bill's passage, vowing to "resist to the bitter end any measure or any movement which would have a tendency to bring about social equality and intermingling and amalgamation of the races." The filibuster came to an end only after a partnership of moderate Republicans and northern Democrats introduced a compromise bill that garnered the sixty-seven votes needed to invoke cloture and end the filibuster. The substitute civil rights bill passed on June 19 by a margin of 73-27.

Though Russell advised against attempts to resist the Civil Rights Act at the state level, he remained unapologetic in his criticism of it. In a speech given in the Senate on June 18, 1964, Russell sought to encourage the other members of the Southern Bloc, saying "…there will never come a time when it will be necessary for any one of us to apologize for his conduct or his courage."

Russell left behind a list of political and legislative achievements and a reputation for mastery of legislative strategy. Despite his other distinctions, racial animus and obstructionism would become the most remembered aspects of his legacy. As biographer Gilbert Fite noted, Russell might well have achieved more, were it not for his racial views.

Scope and Content

Subgroup E, Series IV. Vertical Files are composed of articles, magazines, pamphlets, and brochures containing items of interest to Senator Russell. These files include popular national publications such as Time, Newsweek, and U.S. News and World Report as well as those less known. Many items are marked for filing and annotated by Russell. Subject matter includes the 1952 presidential campaign, civil rights, defense, agriculture and forestry, international events, the United Nations, and Civil War history.

Organization and Arrangement

Where possible, arrangement of the vertical files follows the series headings of the senatorial papers, then alphabetical by article title.

Administrative Information

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Preferred Citation

Richard B. Russell, Jr. Collection, Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies, The University of Georgia Libraries, Athens, Georgia.

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Finding Aid Publication

Finding aid prepared on: 2008.

Related Materials and Subjects

Subject Terms

African Americans -- Civil rights
Assassination -- Investigation -- United States.
Civil rights movements -- United States.
Congressional records.
Governmental investigations -- United States.
Governors -- Georgia.
Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963 -- Assassination.
Kennedy, Robert F., 1925-1968 -- Assassination.
Korean War, 1950-1953 -- United States.
Legislative hearings -- United States.
Legislators -- Georgia.
Legislators -- United States.
Literacy tests (Election law) -- United States.
MacArthur, Douglas, 1880-1964.
Military bases -- Georgia.
New Deal, 1933-1939.
Patronage, Political -- United States.
Poll tax -- United States.
Prayer in the public schools -- United States.
Presidential candidates -- United States.
Russell, Richard B. (Richard Brevard), 1897-1971
School integration -- Arkansas -- Little Rock.
School integration -- United States.
Tariff on jute -- United States.
United States -- Defenses.
United States -- Foreign policy -- 1933-1945.
United States -- Foreign policy -- 1945-1989.
United States -- Foreign relations -- 1933-1945.
United States -- Foreign relations -- 1945-1989.
United States -- Race relations
United States. Congress. Senate -- Cloture.
Vietnam War, 1961-1975.
World War, 1939-1945 -- United States.

Related Collections in this Repository

Richard B. Russell, Sr. Papers

Russell Family Collection

Patience Elizabeth Russell Peterson Papers

Hugh Peterson, Sr. Papers

Herman E. Talmadge Collection

Lamartine G. Hardman Collection

Related Collections in Other Repositories

John C. Stennis Papers, Mitchell Memorial Library, Mississippi State University

Richard B. Russell, Jr. Gubernatorial Papers, Georgia Department of Archives and History

Lyndon B. Johnson Papers, Lyndon B. Johnson Library

U.S. Senate. Committee on Appropriations, Center for Legislative Archives, NARA

U.S. Senate. Committee on Armed Services, Center for Legislative Archives, NARA

Series Descriptions and Folder Listing


Subgroup E. Related Materials

Related Materials are items that by physical form are not part of the papers in the collection, but by content are related to the intellectual content of the papers. Any additional non-textual materials originally filed with papers were removed for preservation purposes and improved access. These materials include photographs, audiovisual items, scrapbooks, vertical files, memorabilia, and books; physical form determines arrangement and storage. Related Materials include items from Washington and Winder, and inventories indicate provenance.

IV. Vertical Files

( 17 box(es) )
The vertical files are composed of articles, magazines, pamphlets, and brochures containing items of interest to Senator Russell. These files include popular national publications such as Time, Newsweek, and U.S. News and World Report as well as those less known. Many items are marked for filing and annotated by Russell. Where possible, arrangement follows the series headings of the senatorial papers, then alphabetical by article title. Subject matter includes the 1952 presidential campaign, civil rights, defense, agriculture and forestry, international events, the United Nations, and Civil War history.
A. Agriculture and Forestry
11American Turpentine Farmers Association, 1965
12Aubrey Williams Testimonial Dinner. National Farmers' Union, 1945 March 28
13Benson, Ezra Taft. "Farmers At the Crossroad"
14Broiler Industry, 1961
15"The Essentiality Of Our Forests." RBR receives plaque. American Forests
16The Federal Grazing Problem, 1940
17Forestry and Paper, 1943
18Georgia National Forests. Forest Report, 1961
19Hardwood Lumber, North Carolina, 1963
110Man and the Soil. Karl B. Mickey, 1945
111"Men of the Year - In Service To Agriculture." Progressive Farmer, 1964 January
112The National Association of Soil Conservation Districts. Proceedings, 9th Annual Convention, 1955 February
113The National Potato and Onion Committee, 1953 June 1
114Naval Stores. "Southerners Worried Over Benson Stand On Price Support." Naval Stores Review, 1953 February 21
115Albemarle Potato Festival: Official Program. RBR photo with Festival Queen, 1953
116Peanuts. Washington Farmletter, 1963 October 12
117"Smokey Bear - The Toy With a Message." RBR picture. American Forests, 1953 April
118Southeastern Agriculture Research Laboratory. Athens Daily News, 1970 March 25
119Southern Illinois Timber Markets, 1951
120"To Henry Ford: An Appeal to Support American Agriculture's Demand For a Just and Stable Measure of Value." Speech of Hon. T. Alan Goldsborough, 1935 March 22
B. America's Welfare
121American County Government, 1966 September
122The American Press, 1953 February
123"America's Strength - the Individual." Herbert V. Prochnow
124Brothers, 1947 January-February, 1951 January
125"A Christian and His Freedom". Sermon, Dr. John R. Richardson
126Communism or Sanity in Government. Jay Taylor
127"The Congress and America's Future." Rocky Mountain Assembly, 1965
128Conserving Our Waters. Wallace West.
129The Corruption of America, 1943
130Crime in the Nation's Capital. Annual report, Washington Criminal Justice Association., 1948
131Current, 1961 May
132Dan Smoot Reports, 1965-1966
133"Democracy and Despotism." Excerpt from Democracy in America, Alexis de Toqueville, 1840. Reprint, 1963
134A decent Home an American Right. Annual report, Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles, 1945
135Economic Stability, 1960s
136Encore, 1961 Summer
137Freedom and Union. (4 issues)
138Future and JCI World. Junior Chamber of Commerce, 1964 January
139"Government and Moral Law," address by Admiral Ben Morrell, 1951 December 11
140"If a President Collapses..." Saturday Evening Post, 1957 March 23
141"Korea: Crossroads to World Peace or War?" Dewey Anderson. Reprint, Trainman News, 1950 December 18
142"The Law Belongs to You," address by William T. Gossett, 1947 October 31
143If You Can Keep It. Leila G. Whitney.
144"Medicine," an interview by Donald McDonald with Herbert Ratner, M.D., 1962
145National Review, 1966 July 5
146"The New Bible," Carl McIntire
147New Concept of Thinking Needed For Peace, J.Gordon Roberts, 1951
148The New Deal. Institute of Citizenship, Emory University (Enc.: Speech on the New Deal by Wm. I. Sirovich), 1934 December 16
149The New Leader, 1958 June 30
150Our Constitution, George W. Armstrong, 1950
151"Our Invisible Government Made Visible." Myron C. Fagan.
152"The Party In Power and the Role of the Opposition." Freedom House.
153Planning For the Future. Ludwig Bendix, 1945
154Political and Economic Problems of the South. Bulletin of Emory University, 1935 July
155Peace Without Price. Arthur G. Glasgow, 1954 April
156"The Population Bomb."
157"Poverty In the Rural South." New South, 1968 Winter
158"The Poverty Racket." Tax Fax, 1966
159"Prevent World War III," Society For the Prevention of World War III, 1950 Summer
160Quest, 1961 Spring
161The Responsibilities of Individual Liberty and Freedom. W. H. Dresser, 1954
162"A Review of Reviews: About Democracies and Republics" by Revilo P. Oliver in American Opinion, (RBR: Save and Read - Democracy Review), 1961 April
163"The Road Ahead." Sermon by Rev. Dr. Walter R. Courtenay (Threat of socialism), 1950 February 12
164"The Road To Industrial Peace." Carlton Koepge. (A ten-year study)
165"So This Is Michigan," Letters To Uncle George from Sen. Lynn O. Francis.
166"Spirit of '76 ... Why Not Now?" Barbara Ward, 1963 June 1
167State Government, 1962 Summer
168Superior Government to Combat Communism, Richard H. Oftedal, 1966
169Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1961. Robinson v. California. (Narcotics addiction), 1962 June 25
170"The Tenth Generation," Harry Stillwell Edwards, 1928. Reprint, The Manufacturers Record.
171"Toward Stable Prosperity In the Free World," David Pockefeller.
172"The Truth About the Federal Council Of Churches and the Kingdom of God," Carl McIntire.
173Traitors. George W. Armstrong, 1948
174UE News (United Electric), 1955 January 17
175"The United States As a Satellite Nation," address by Austin T. Flett, 1953 July 7
176The Vigilante, 1965 July
177"Wake Up America," CBS Radio, The Crusaders., 1935
178"Wanted: The South's Future For the Nation," Rupert B. Vance, New South, 1946 March
179The Washington Monthly, 1969 February
180"We Are Spending Too Much Money," U.S. News and World Report, 1957 February 1
181"A 'White House' for Vice Presidents," U.S. News and World Report, 1957 February 1
182"Your Land and Mine," Two radio talks by Henry J. Taylor.
C. Appropriations
183The Appropriations Process: Selected References. LC Legislative Reference Service, 1969
184District of Columbia Appropriations Bill, 1970-1971
185Third Supplemental Appropriations, 1952. Congressional Record, 1952 April 21
D. Armed Services
21Annual Report of the U.S. Court of Military Appeals, 1968
22Air Force, 1953, 1954, 1957
23"The Air Force and the Economy." Forbes, 1960 June 1
24The Air Line Pilot, 1952 April
25The American Legion Magazine, 1957 August
26"The American Soldier Our Most Treasured Resource." Augusta, 1966 Winter
27Anna Rosenberg Confirmation. The Cross and the Flag, 1953 June
28"Arms and the Big Money Men." Harper's, 1964 March
29Army, 1958 May
210The Army Combat Forces Journal, 1954 October
211Army Weapons Command and Rock Island Arsenal. Guide and Directory, 1965
212"The Big Trim " Readers Digest, 1954 February
213"Bureau of Naval Personnel. Speaking Frankly." The Reserve Officer, 1951 April
214C-5 Galaxy Rollout, Marietta, Ga., 1968 March 2
215"Can the Arms Control Act Disarm Us?" American Legion Magazine, 1963 September
216Challenge, 1967 Summer
217"The Confused Semantics of the Defense Debate." The Reporter, 1960 May 20
218"The Congress Shall Have Power." Army Information Digest, 1962 February
219"Congressmen and the Pentagon." Fortune, 1958 April
16"The Defense Establishment." Look [oversize item], 1969 August 26
221"Defenses of the U.S. Have Been Weakened." U.S. News and World Report, 1957 February 8
222"Disarmament or Surrender." (RBR quote.) DAR Magazine, 1962 [?]
223"The Dynamics of the Arms Race." Scientific American, 1969 April
224"Europe's Need: More Self-Help." U.S. News & World Report, 1952 February 1
225First World War: a Photographic Record. 1914-1918. 50th commemoration, 1963
226"For the Prisoners Who Broke - Kindness or Punishment?" U.S. News & World Report, 1953 October 16
227"Freedom Will Not Be Found At the Bargain Counter."(RBR interview) The General Electric Forum, 1963 July-September
228"Georgia Ranks Tenth In Awards Of Defense Contracts." Georgia County Government Magazine, 1966 January
229"Georgia Statesmen Hold Key Military Positions..." Georgia Guardsman, 1950 December
230"GI Ingenuity Beyond the Line of Duty." Readers Digest, 1952 August
231"The Hungarian Revolution: A Military Post-Mortem." Marine Corps Gazette, 1958 April
232"Ideas: A New Defense Industry." The Reporter, 1961 March 2
233"Introducing the Senate Armed Services Committee and Defense Appropriations Subcommittee." Navy Magazine, 1967 October
234"Is There Still Time?" Robert H. Williams
235Jet Navigation Map of U.S. Southeast, 1960
236Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A. 75th Annual Convention, Atlanta, 1970 August
237"Joint Chiefs Oppose Arms Plan." Robert S. Allen and Paul Scott. (h.d.)
238"Juggernaut: the Warfare State." Fred J. Cook in The Nation, 1961 October 28
239A Letter From a Military Policeman in Saigon (Xerox copy), 1966
240"The Man Behind the Brass." Saturday Evening Post, 1951 June 2
241Marine Corps Gazette, 1953 January, 1957 January, March
242"More and More Criticism of McNamara." U.S. News & World Report, 1966 May 9
243"Mr. McNamara and the Joint Chiefs of Staff." Army, 1968 February
244"Must the Citizen Give Up His Civil Liberties When He Joins the Navy?" N.Y. Times Magazine, 1969 May 18
245"Naval Gunfire Today and Tomorrow." J. B. Soper. Reprint, U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings, 1966 September
246Navy, the Magazine of Seapower, 1969 February
247"No Recomputation of Retired Pay in 1962." The Retired Officer, 1962 July-August
248Observations on Military and Civilian Activities. Frank J. Buckley, 1961
249Overseas Trip of Five U.S. Senators (Mementos), 1943
250"The Pact of Madrid." Committee for a Democratic Spain. (RBR quote), 1963
251"Pay Raise in October is Hope." Journal and Register, 1963 September 21
252"The Pentagon's Reorganization Muddle." The Reporter, 1958 May 15
253"POW Collaboration Charges Exploded." Register and Defense Times, 1960 April 16
254The President's New Military Reserve Plan. The Congressional Digest.
255Pueblo. (Articles from Newswee,. Time, and U.S. News & World Report.), 1955 April
256"A Radical Proposal for R. and D." Fortune, 1958 May
257Radio Talks by Henry J. Taylor, 1953 October 5, 12
258Report on the Burma Counterinsurgency Campaign. Colonel T. A. McCrary, 1961 August 30
259RBR Salutes the Third Marine Division, 1963-1964
260Register and Defense Times, 1961 February 11
261"Rifle Under Fire." Newsweek, 1967 June 12
262"RDA's Minute Man of the Year." The Officer, 1959 January
263Russell/Vinson Dinner Given by Talmadge. The Georgia Guardsman, 1951
264"Russian Roulette." Economic Council Letter, 1963 September 1
265"Save Our Skybolt." Tax Fax, 1963
266"The Secret Life of the A-11." The Reporter, 1964 April 23
267"Senator Russell - Key to Success." Retired Officer, 1955 January-February
268Shipbuilders Council of America Weekly Bulletin, 1969 January 23
269"Side-Stepping Sputnik." Newsweek, 1957 October 28
270Taylor, Maxwell D. Meet the Press, 1965 August 8
271"Taylor Returns to the Wars."The New Leader, 1962 September 3
272"Toward a More Effective Defense. "Sen. Richard B. Russell. The Armed Forces Comptroller, 1966 April
273Training Guidelines for the Commander, USAREUR. Bruce C. Clarke, General, USA, Commander in Chief
274U.S. Air Force Academy. Report of the Board of Visitors, 1961
275The USAF JAG Law Review. Special Legal Assistance Issue, 1969 Winter
276U.S. Lady, 1966 November
277"U.S. Stockpile Losses Mount to $1.5 Billion." The Washington World, 1962 December 14
278"The War Over Missiles." U.S. News & World Report, 1957 April 26
279"We Can Stop the Reds In 1955", 1954 December 29
280"We Need Manned Bombers." Readers Digest, 1962 November
E. Atomic Energy Joint Committee
31"Alternatives to Catastrophe" by Lewis Mumford. Reprint from Air Affairs, 1950 Spring
32"Applications of Atomic Power". Science Forum, 1945 Fall
33The Atomic Bomb and the Armed Services. A Library of Congress Symposium, 1947 April
34"Atomic Energy: Utopia or Oblivion?" by John M. McCullough, 1947
35"Atoms for Europe." The New Republic, 1956 December 31
36The Christian Conscience and Weapons of Mass Destruction. Federal Council of Churches, 1950
37The First One Hundred Days of ,the Atomic Age. The Woodrow Wilson Foundation, 1945
38General Atomic News; Releases, 1960 October 14
39A Guide to Oak Ridge, undated
310"Into the Atomic Age." Reprinted from The Standard, 1946 [?]
311Lilienthal (David) Confirmation Hearings, 1947 March 6
312Nuclear News, 1968 February
313"Nuclear War." The Commonwealth, 1954 December 10
314"Our Atomic UNRRA." Plain Talk, 1947 February
315The Politics of Atomic Energy. The Woodrow Wilson Foundation, 1946
316Savannah River Cursory Surveys, 1965
317"The Struggle for Atomic Control." Public Affairs pamphlet, 1947
318Who's Who On the Committee On Commercial Uses of Atomic Energy. U.S. Chamber of Commerce, 1960-1961
319State Department Pamphlets (3) On International Control of Atomic Energy.
F. Banking and Currency Committee
320"American Banking and Currency Stabilization." The Monetary Standards Inquiry, 1943
321"As Good As Gold." Thurman Sensing, 1954
322"Inflation - Everyman's Responsibility", address by Winthrop W. Aldrich, 1951 November 15
323Why Gold? American Institute for Economic Research, 1963
324"The C.I.A. Under Fire." Harper's Magazine, 1966 October
325"How Bad Is America's Spy-Works?" Argosy, 1955 March
H. Civil Rights, General
326ACOPOLL Questionnaire on Civil Rights, 1963 May
327"Alabama's Bus Boycott: What It's all About." Martin Luther King, Jr. and Grover C. Hall, Jr. U.S. News & World Report, 1956 August 3
328"The American Negro's Struggle for Justice." Martin Luther King, Jr., Indian and Foreign Review, 1964 July 16
329"American Race Relations As a Negro Sees It." Bishop Alexander P. Shaw
330American Viewpoints. Interviews with 6 Americans for British TV. (RBR: p.27, Roy Wilkins)
331"Analyzing Detroit's Riot..." The Reporter, 1968 February 22
332"Another Northern City Runs Into Race Problem." U.S. News & World Report, 1958 April 18
333"Are Negroes Ready for Equality?" The Saturday Evening Post, 1960 October 22
334The Atlanta Inquirer, 1965 May 8
335"Battle Lines on Civil Rights." New York Times Magazine, 1957 July 7
336"The Biggest Guns." Time, 1957 July 15
337Brief and Clippings re Department of Justice's Amicus Curiae Brief, 1962
338"Capitol Corridors." The Jewish Veteran, 1965 May
339"Chicago: Where Whites and Negroes Battle Again." U.S. News & World Report, 1957 August 9
340City, 1968 November-December
341"Civil Rights and Civil Duties." New South, 1962 November-December
342Civil Rights and Legal Wrongs. Virginia Commission on Constitutional Government, 1963
343Civil Rights Bill (full text), 1964 April
344"Civil Rights - Best Chance?" Newsweek, 1957 July 15
345"Civil Rights: It's Time to Act." Life, 1964 May 29
346"Civil Rights, Legal Wrongs." James Jackson Kilpatrick, National Review, 1963 September 24
347"Civil Rights on the New Frontier." The Progressive, 1962 January
348"'Civil Rights' That Breed 'Civil Wrongs'." U.S. News & World Report, 1957 May 19
349"Clearing Path for Rights Bill. " Business Week, 1964 May 23
350Collins, Leroy. On Meet the Press, 1964 August 2
351The Constitutionality of the Voting Rights Act, Robert Y. Button, 1965
352The Crisis (Official organ of N.A.A.C.P.), 1936 January
353"Curtain Goes Up On Another North vs. South Debate." U.S. News & World Report, 1957 July 26
354"A Debt to Dixie." Newsweek, 1969 July 14
355"The Deep South Says 'Never'." Saturday Evening Post, 1957
356"Democracy and Desegregation." The New Leader, 1958 April 21
357"Democrats Dilemma: Civil Rights." New York Times Magazine, 1957 July 7
358"Discrimination in the USSR." VFW, 1965 January
359Don't Tread On Me. P. E. Payseur, 1950
16Ebony [oversize item], 1952 July
361"11 AM Sunday is our Most Segregated Hour." New York Times Magazine, 1964 August 2
362Emergency Liberty Letter, Re mid-August Negro march to Capitol Hill, 1963 June 28
363"Equality vs. Liberty: the Eternal Conflict." Carter Pittman. The Freeman, 1960 December
364"Extending Democracy." Labor Looks at the 85th Congress, 1957 October
365Ferguson v. Georgia. Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1961 March 27
366The Fight for the Fifteenth Amendment, four articles in The Reporter, 1957 June 27
367500 Years of Hate. Peter Tedrol, 1952
368The Ford Foundation Has An Even Better Idea." City East, 1968 August
369"A Frank Talk to North and South About Integration." U.S. News & World Report, 1957 April 19
370"From Wisconsin Supreme Court: Why Unions Can Bar Negroes." U.S. News & World Report, 1957 April 19
371"Good News, Limited." The New Leader, 1953 June 1
372Grant, Hugh G. "A War Is On In America." Inserted in Congressional Record by Hon. James C. Davis, 1956 February 27
373"The Halting and Fitful Battle for Integration." Life, 1956 September 17
374"Hate and Greed on a Quiet Street." Life, 1960 August 15
375Henderson v. United States. Supreme Court of the United States. October Term 1949. (Railway dining car service), 1949
376"Here's the Latest Plan for Cracking Down On South." U.S. News & World Report, 1960 February 15
377"Herman's Brother." A lecture by Ernest Sevier Cox
378"The Historic Vote: 71 to 29." Newsweek, 1964 June 22
379H.O.P.E. Presbyterian Survey, 1963 July
380"How It Looks from the South." Look, 1958 May 27
381"How It Looks From Where I Sit." Branch Rickey. Look, 1958 May 27
382"How New York City Tries To Force Mixed Schools." U.S. News & World Report, 1957 February 22
383A Hundred Years Later. Southern Regional Council, 1962
384"Integration In Washington Schools: A Look At the Record." U.S. News & World Report, 1956 October 22
385"Integration: Is It Right or Wrong?" Robert Dane Cook (8 pieces which were clipped to the pamphlet are enclosed), 1958
386"Is a Tennessee Judge a One-Man Government;?" U.S. News & World Report, 1956 December 28
387"Is Race a Problem All Over the U.S.?" U.S. News & World Report, 1963 October 21
388"Lawyer's Duty In 'Civil Rights' - Pro and Con." U.S. News & World Report, 1963 October 21
389"A Letter To Americans On Segregation." Dr. R.W. Greene, 1959
390Letters to Editor of Newsweek, 1963 September 9
391"Life of Alexander H. Stephens." (Xeroxed excerpt)
392Love and War In Psili Psili. John Hitchings.
393"The Man Who Leads the Southern Senators." Reporter, 1964 May 21
394NAACP in Action, 1961
395"Negro Power: A Built-In Problem for Mr. Nixon." U.S. News & World Report, 1969 February 3
396The Negro Problem. Arthur S. Olson, 1952
397"Negroes Move Up Front In Some Of South's Buses." U.S. News & World Report, 1957 January 11
398"Negroes Stay Home, Vote Crusade Fails." U.S. News & World Report, 1958 May 2
41"New Crackdown on Local Schools." U.S. News & World Report, 1966 May 2
42"New Negro Force In the South." The New Leader, 1960 September 12
43New South, Articles by Martin Luther King, Jr. and Benjamin Muse, 1961 December
44"New Tangle Over Integration. Supreme Court Raises Questions for Private Schools." U.S. News & World Report, 1957 May 10
45"One Plan To End Race Troubles: Pay People To Move." RBR interview. U.S. News & World Report, 1964 March 30
46"Opportunity." Journal of Negro Life, 1943 July
47An Outsider Looks At Desegregation. Herbert Schaltegger
48Parody of rules for conduct in sit-down demonstrations
49Penn Assassination. Washington Newspaper editorials, 1964 July
410The People Take the Lead. The American Jewish Committee, 1956 January
411Poll Tax. RBR interview. Congressional Digest, 1962 May
412"The President ...the South." Newsweek, 1957 October 7
413"President vs. a Governor: Another School Showdown." U.S. News & World Report, 1963 September 23
414"Presidential Power Grab via Civil Rights." Challenge to Socialism, 1963 June 27
415"Proposed Federal Civil Rights Law Relating to Public Transportation." The Assoc. of the Bar of the City of New York, 1963 October
416Racial Decay. Denny D. Tilbury, circa 1955
417"A Review of Black Monday." Judge Tom P. Brady, 1954 October 28
418The Rational Approach, Alfred J. Schweppe, 1961
419RBR article. U.S. News & World Report, 1963 June 24
420RBR interview. U.S. News & World Report, 1957 July 12
421RBR interview. National Review, 1957 July 27
422RBR interview. News Review, 1964 June 4
423"Race, Heredity and Civilization." Dr. W. C. George, 1961
424"Race Trouble To Grow In South - Mixed Schools Not In Sight." Interviews with Southern newspaper editors. U.S. News & World Report, 1956 February 24
425"Racial Collision in the Big Cities." Life, 1963 November 22
426"Racial Intermarriage." A symposium. Social Progress, 1960 February
427"Racial Issue Threatens Reserve Plan..." Army, Navy, Air Force Journal, 1955 January 1
428"A Racial Success Story." Look, 1957 March 19
429"The Rearguard Commander." Time. Cover and story, 1957 August 21
430"Report from Black America." Newsweek, 1969 June 30
431Reports of Commission On Religion and Race, 1966 May
432Ribicoff, Abraham. A quote re race relations. U.S. News & World Report, 1970 February 23
433"Russell Leads South Quietly, Effectively." Evening Star, 1960 February 29
434"The S.P.S.S.I. and Racial Differences," Henry E. Garrett. Reprint, American Psychologist, 1962 May
435"Sauce for the Goose?" Newsweek, 1957 July 1
436School Desegregation. RBR interview. Congressional Digest, 1969 February
437"A Scientist's Report On Race Differences." U.S. News & World Report, 1956 September 21
438A Second Look, the Negro Citizen in Atlanta, 1960 January
439"Segregation." A Life Magazine series, 1956
440Segregation. Is It Justified? Richard W. Edmonds. RBR: Save - Important, 1957
441Segregation vs. Integration, W. M. Nevins, 1955
442"Senator Russell In the Last Ditch." New York Times Magazine, 1963 October 20
443"Senator Russell of Georgia: Does He Speak For the South?" Newsweek, 1963 August 19
444"A Shift In the Wind In Washington." U.S. News & World Report, 1965 September 6
445"Some Neglected Aspects of the 'Minorities' Problem." George A. Lundberg. Reprint, The Mankind Quarterly, 1963 April-June
446"South Digs in Deeper Behind Its Race Laws." U.S. News & World Report, 1958 March 7
447"The South Gives Ground." Newsweek, 1957 September 9
448The South Must Fight Back. John M. Coghill, 1958
449"The South Reacts to Segregation." Lillian Smith in The New Leader, 1951 September 3
450"South vs. White House." U.S. News & World Report, 1957 July 5
451"Southern Affairs." South, 1965 December 10
452The Southern Frontier, 1944 July
453"Southerners Expose Defects in Force Bills, Gain Time." South, 1957 February 18
454"States Rights." RBR letter quoted. Human Events, 1956 August 11
455"The Supreme Court, The Temple Builder." Time, 1957 July 1
456"A Supreme Court Justice Speaks His Mind on Key Issues." (Hugo Black) U.S. News & World Report, 1968 December 16
457Supreme Court of the United States. October Term. Supplemental Brief for the United States as Amicus Curiae. (14th Amendment cases), 1963
458Survey Graphic, 1942 November, 1946 December, 1947 January-February, June
459"The Time Is Now." Newsweek, 1964 August 2
460"The True Implications of Communism and the NAACP." Dr. R. W.Greene.
461"The True Story of Prince Edward County." The Washington World, 1964 July 20
462"Under a Civil Rights Law - What Can Happen In South In '58 To Those Who Bar Negro Voters." U.S News & World Report, 1967 August 15
463"Warm-up For the Fight Against Civil Rights Bill." U.S. News & World Report, 1957 July 12
464"The Supreme Court's Modern Scientific Authorities' in the Segregation Cases." Speech of Sen. James Eastland in the Senate, 1955 May 26
465"Was the 14th Amendment Ever Really 'Ratified ' " U.S. News & World Report, 1956 July 20
466"A Way Out on Mixed Schools?" U.S. News & World Report, 1957 April 5
467"We Shall Overcome." Martin Luther King, Jr. "A Liberal Program for 1962." Hubert Humphrey. IUD Digest, 1962 Spring
468"What Florida's Highest Court Says About Mixing Its Schools." U.S. News & World Report, 1957 March 22
469"What Happened in Washington When Schools Were Mixed." U.S. News & World Report, 1957 Janaury 4
470"What Integration Cannot Do." A sermon by Rev. W. Jack Hudson, 1963
471"What Negro Leaders Want Now." U.S. News & World Report, 1969 February 24
472"What The White Man Thinks Of The Negro Revolt." (Newsweek), 1963 October 21
473"What Three Southern Governors Say About Mixing Schools." (U.S. News & World Report), 1957 January 25
474"What's In The Works." (Newsweek), 1957 July 22
475"When Courts Try To Run The Public Schools." (U.S. News & World Report), 1969 April 21
476"When Negroes Move North." (U.S. News & World Report), 1956 April 13
477"When The Civil Rights Fight Is Over." (U.S. News & World Report), 1964 June 22
I. Civil Rights, Cloture
478"The Covenant." Time, 1964 June 19
479"The Minuet." Newsweek, 1964 June 15
480"The Previous Question." (Senate Document No. 104), 1962 July 9
J. Civil Rights, Filibuster
481"Filibuster Saved, But Danger Seen In Foes' Strategy." (South), 1957 January 14
482"The Filibuster's Best Friend." (Saturday Evening Post), 1965 March 13
483"Georgia's Senator Russell: Spokesman For Congressional Opposition." (Newspointer), 1963 November
484RBR Interview. (American Legion Magazine), 1963 January
485"Russell Defends The Filibuster." (New York Times Magazine), 1964 March 15
486"South vs. White House: Russell Runs The Filibuster." (U.S. News & World Report), 1957 July 5
487"They Finally Did It: They Busted The Big Filibuster." (Life), 1964 June 19
488"An Ungagged Senate, Protector Of The States." (South), 1957 January 21
489"Veteran Spokesman For The Old South." (Business Week), 1964 April 18
K. Civil Rights, Interposition
490Interposition. (Supplement To The Richmond News Leader), 1955 November 21
491"Interposition." (Editorials From The Richmond News Leader), 1955-1956
492The Doctrine of Interposition. Commonwealth of Virginia, 1957
L .Civil Rights, Koinonia
51"Every Man's Land - Or A No Man's Land?" (Newsweek), 1957 February 25
52"The Ordeal Of Koinonia Farm." (The Progressive), 1957 January
M. Civil Rights, Little Rock
53"FBI - Little Rock Backstage." (Newsweek), 1967 October 14
54"The Legal Tragedy Of Little Rock." By Judge Frank Smathers, 1961
55Little Rock. (U.S. News & World Report), 1958 July 4
56Little Rock Desegregation. Life, 1956 October 1
57Little Rock Issue Of U.S. News & World Report), 1957 October 4
58"Little Rock ...Loyalty...Private Schools...What Court Says." (U.S. News & World Report), 1958 July 11
59"Little Rock's Latest Chapter - School Board, Faubus Argue Over How Trouble Began." U.S. News & World Report), 1958 June 27
N. Commerce
510American Telephone & Telegraph Co. Annual Report, 1944
511Auto-Soler on the March. Annual Report of the Auto-Soler Company, 1944
512The Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Co. 118th Annual Report, 1944
513Certain-Teed Products Corporation. Annual Report, 1944
514General Foods. Annual Report., 1945
515The Chicago Corporation. Report, 1944 June 30, December 31
516Copper: Red Metal in Flux. Yvonne Levy, 1968
517Hiawatha Oil & Gas Co. Annual Report, 1953
518Interstate Highways. RBR comment. Dixie Contractor, 1969 October 31
519"Men of Vision." A history of the Southern Railway System. Harry A./DeButts, 1955
520Pacific American Fisheries, Inc. Annual Report, 1945 February 28
521Philadelphia Company. Annual Report to Stockholders, 1944, 1945
522Road Map of Virginia, West Virginia, Delaware, Maryland, 1946
523Security and Industry Survey. Merrill, Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Beane, 1945 May
524"Shall the States of the Union Be Preserved?" George B. Chandler appearing before Senate Committee on Interstate Commerce, 1935 May
525Silver: End of an Era. William Burke and Yvonne Levy, 1969
526Supreme Court of the United States. October Term. United States v. Wise. (Price competition in the sale of milk in violation of the Sherman Act.), 1961
527United Fruit Company. Annual Report, 1952
528Water Transport News, 1965 July
O. Communism
529The Communist, 1939 October
530The Communist Party. Kernan Robson, 1948
531The Delusions of Marx and the World's Dilemma. Fred G. Lange, 1950
532Galley Proof of a book on Communism
533It Is Happening Here
534Lituanus. Lithuanian Quarterly, 1964 Summer
535Moscow's Master Plan for Sovietizing America. Lutheran Research Society, 1948
536One of the Greatest Democrats of All Time: Nicola Petkov. The Bulgarian National Committee, 1952
P. Defense
537"The Anti-Ballistic Missile System." Statement of President Richard Nixon, 1969 March 14
538Awards of Reserve Officer Association. The Officer, 1961 February
539"Challenges of the Age." RBR Quote. VFW Magazine, 1963 October
540Global Strategy Discussions held at the Naval War College, 1962 June 11-15
541"How to Cut the Budget 1/3 without Weakening Defense." Freedom and Union, 1953 March
542"The Making of a Majority. The Aenate and the ABM." The Washington Monthly, 1969 October
543"Needed: A 'Hot Line' From Military to Congress." U.S. News & World Report, 1963 September 23
544"New Tactics for Limited Warfare." Life, 1955
545"Pilot Lights of the Apocalypse", a playlet by Louis N. Ridenour. Reprint, Fortune, 1946 January
546Power Politics in National Security. (RBR: Call to Symington's notice), 1961
547"The Price of Power for U.S." U.S. News & World Report, 1969 February 3
548"To Remain Free We Must Stay Strong." RBR article. Georgia Bell Notes, 1963 August
Q. Defense, Cuban Crisis
549Human Events. RBR Quote, 1963 March 2
550New York Times, 1962 October 26
551Pan American Headlines, 1962 December
552St. Louis Globe-Democrat, 1962 November 9
553"Thirteen Days." Robert F. Kennedy. McCall's, 1968 November
554"Washington Crisis: 154 Hours on the Brink of War." Look, 1962 December 18
R. Draft
555"How the Draft Works Now." U.S. News & World Report, 1957 February 8
556"The Fight to Kill the Draft." Look, 1958 May 27
S. Education
557Bulletin of Information of the Polycultural Institution of America. (4 enclosures), 1951 September
558"Citizenship Education in the High Schools of New York State.", 1962
559Education for a Changing World of Work. HEW, 1962
560Financing the Public Schools, 1960-1970. NEA, 1962
561Forcing God Out of the Schools
562"The Hidden Wealth of the Catholic Church", 1961 [?]
563New Prospects for Achievement. American Council on Education, 1964
564Pierce the Confusion and See the Child. F. A. Fink (On Federal aid for education), 1949
565"Time to Get Angry." Address by James B. Carey, 1953
T. Foreign Relations
566Alliance for Progress promotional booklet.
567"America's New Economic Role." Foreign Affairs reprint, 1953 April
568"Bipartisanship Is a Two-Way Street." The Reporter, 1954 December 16
569Congo-Katanga: Quest, M. Donald Cardwell, Joseph Freeman III, Samuel Garrison III, 1962
570"Dulles and Congress: Playing at Partnership." The Reporter, 1957 February 7
571"Foreign Aid Is Good Business." Look, 1957 July 23
572Is the South Expendable? Buford Brandis, 1949
573North Atlantic Treaty, 1953
574Our Foreign Policy. Department of State, 1950
575The Policy That Invited Soviet Russia to the Middle East. Izzat Tannous, 1958
576"The Possibility for Diplomacy in S. E. Asia." John T. McAlister.(RBR: This looks good. Princeton, NJ)
577Putting PEP in AID. House Committee on Foreign Affairs, 1967 May 4
578"A Report on Our Foreign Relations" by President Richard M. Nixon, 1969 March 4
579Resistance or Death? Stefan T. Possong. (RBR: Save & Study), 1963
U. Georgia
61ASCS. Activity Summary by Georgia Congressional Districts, 1969
62Acts and Proclamations of a Extraordinary Session of the Georgia General Assembly, 1962
63Addresses at the Inauguration of John Olin Eidson as 7th President of Georgia Southern College, 1969 April 2-3
64Age of Change, Time of Decision. (Administration of Gov. Carl E. Sanders, 1963-1967)
65An Analysis of 1959 Forest Fires and.. Fire Danger in Georgia. J. Hefner and T. G. Storey, 1961 April
66Athens. Trux, 1963 March
67The Atlanta Cyclorama of the Battle of Atlanta. Wilbur B. Kurtz, 1954
68Atlanta, Ga. Women's Chamber of Commerce, 1949
69The Atlanta Historical Bulletin. (RBR photo), 1966 September
16Atlanta Journal and Constitution Magazine. Fiftieth Anniversary Edition [oversize item], 1962 October 28
611Atlanta Journal and Constitution Magazine, 1970 February 8
612Atlanta Magazine, 1969 January
613The Atlantan Magazine, 1958 April 26
614Atlas Of Multi-County Organizational Units In Georgia, 1974
615"The Challenge Georgia Faces Today." By RBR (Georgia), 1965 July
616Chattahoochee River. "Nor Any Drop To Drink." (Atlanta), 1966 August
617Circus Elephant Loose In Winder. (Newsweek), 1956 April 30
618Constitution Of Georgia As Revised, 1944
619County Commissioners' Convention. RBR Speaker, 1959 April
620Cracker Crumble Confidential, 1966 November 5
621Early Georgia (With RBR Mention), 1950 Summer, 1954 Fall
622"The Election Nobody Won." By Sylvan Meyer. (The Nation), 1966 December 12
623Farm Bureau Salutes RBR. (Georgia Farm Bureau News), 1969 January
624G 1969. University of Georgia Athletics, 1969
625GMA Convention Address by RBR. Georgia Local Government Journal, 1957 November
626George M Bazemore, Banker, Dreamer, Doer. Mildred Covin Bell, 1963
627"Georgia". Calder Willingham. Holiday, 1956 June
628Georgia Bar Journal, 1962 November
629"Georgia - Before Plymouth Rock and Afterwards." Newcomen Society, 1949 March
630Georgia Bell Notes, 1964 January
631The Georgia Guardsman, 1953 March
632Georgia Magazine. Eight issues, 1957, 1960 June-July
633Georgia Municipal Association Convention. GMA Journal, 1964 June
634Georgia Municipal Journal, 1966 January
635Georgia National Guard Headquarters Named for RBR. The Guardsman, 1952 May
636Georgia: Pictorial Travelogue, 1945
637Georgia Poetry. Compiled by Mrs. Loomis Taylor, 1966
638Georgia Production and Marketing Administration. Agricultural Conservation Program, 1953 January
639Georgia State Museum, State Capitol, Atlanta. Directory.
640Georgia Teachers College. RBR picture. GTC Alumni Quarterly, 1952 June
641Georgia Technical Services Program for 1967. Board of Regents, University System of Georgia, 1966 June 10
642Georgia's Capitol Reports, 1958 June
643"Georgia's Hall of Fame." RBR address. Georgia Magazine, 1958 February-March
644"Governors' Families Her Neighbors for 40 Years." The Atlanta Journal and Constitution Magazine", 1967 March 12
645Guide to Public Vital Statistics Records in Georgia, 1941 June
646Heritage, Literary and Historical. Reprints by Emory U. Library. 3 pieces.
647Hall of Fame for Illustrious Georgians, State Capitol, Atlanta. Program, 1959 January 7
648Highway Department Map, 1961
649The Ideal City. Georgia State College, 1964
650"Industrial Growth." Article by RBR. Georgia, 1965 July
651Information Packet distributed by Georgia Secretary of State, 1969-1970
652James Coffee Harris and His Family. Seale Harris, 1935
653Macon Chamber of Commerce Newsletter, 1962 October
654A Man and His City: Brown Hayes and Atlanta . Pansy Aiken Slappey, 1961
655Manufacturers of Georgia, 1945
656"Men Who Governed Georgia." Atlanta Journal Constitution Magazine, 1966 April 17
657Millen, Ga. SEE Sheppard, Wilmer. Special Names.
658"The Miracle in Atlanta." Town and Country Magazine, 1963 February
71Moody Air Force Base Salute from South Georgia, circa 1964
72National Geographic, 1954 March
73National Geographic, 1969 February
74Official Election Tabulation from Georgia Secretary of State, 1966
75"Oglethorpe: Man of Vision." Atlanta Constitution, 1961 January 3
76"The$100 Million Hartwell Dam." The Daily Mail, 1959 [?]
77RBR letter. Assoc. County Commissioners of Georgia. GCGM, 1964 March
78Gov. E. D. Rivers Final Message to the General Assembly of Georgia, 1941 January
79Savannah Chamber of Commerce Salute to RBR. Savannah, 1964 March-April
710Savannah Municipal Airport, Terminal Dedication, 1960 January
711Savannah-Chatham County Historic Site and Monument Commission. The Burial Place of Button Gwinnett, 1959
712Sawnee EMC Annual Meeting, Cumming, RBR speaking, 1953 October 2
713"Senator Russell Addresses SEMC Members Meeting." Rural Light, 1953 October 15
714"Sen. Russell Tours His Scenic Namesake." Atlanta Journal/Constitution Magazine, 1964 December 24
715"The Significance of the Life of George Washington Scott." Wallace M. Alston, 1951 February 22
716Southern Piedmont Soil Conservation Station Dedication. The Oconee Enterprise, 1959 December 4
717State Government, 1953 June
718Stone Mountain. "Dixie Carves Out an Answer to Mount Rushmore." Life, 1970 May 22
719Study of the Feasibility of a Hardwood Complex in Georgia. Economic Development, U.S. Dept. of Commerce, 1966 February 17
720Tankersley, Allen P. Sidney Lanier and Fightin' Joe Wheeler (2 pieces), 1954
721"Two Battles of Atlanta." Look, 1961 April 25
722University of Georgia. Dedication of Harold Hirsch Hall and Alexander C. King Memorial Library, 1933 March
723University of Georgia. Information bulletin, 1953
724University of Georgia. Laboratory of Archaeology Series, Report No. 3. The Chauga Site in Oconee County, S.C., A. R. Kelly and R. S. Neitzel, 1961 Spring
725University of Georgia. Report of the President. RBR photo p.15, 1963
726Winder Drum & Fife Corps. Rotogravure. (Probably Atlanta paper) RBR photo, 1936
727Winder. "Town of Jug Tavern Today..." Georgia Dept Commerce Newsletter, 1953 February 25
728World's Freedom Fair Atlanta, 1968
729"Yuchi Indians of Oklahoma.", 1954
V. Government Contracts
16Air Power. Fortune [oversize item], 1968 December
731C-140 Jetstar brochure
732Gulf Coast Technical Institute. Proposed project, 1968 March 10
733Ocean Science Center. A Proposal to the Environmental Science Services Administration, 1967
734Salute to Lockheed. Marietta Daily Journal, 1969 September 28
W. History, General
735The All Cossacks Journal, 1952 August
736Battle of Point Pleasant October 10, 1774. Monument Commission, 1927
737"Celebrating 150 Years of the Louisiana Purchase." (Collier's), 1953 March 21
738"Chariots - the First Combat Vehicles." Armor, 1959 March-April
739The Cherokee Nation. Ivan Allen.
740"The Declaration of Independence As Written by Thomas Jefferson." Curtis Company, 1955
741"Early Pattern for Tyranny in the U.S.." Walter F. McCaleb. Reprint, The Texas Quarterly. (RBR: Save This - Historical), 1959 Winter
742Historical and Biographical Album...of...Benjamin Franklin. Herman Jaffe (Sheet of 16 stamps enclosed), 1955
743History Today, 1960 January
744Inaugural Address by A. B. Longstreet at Emory College. 1940. Emory U. Publications, 1955
745The James Boys Rode South. W. Stanley Toole, 1955
746Thomas Jefferson quiz book.
747"The Legacy of the South." A Confederate Memorial Day Address, 1966 April 28
748"Major Ormsby and the Indian War." Nevada Highways and Parks, 1960
749Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence, May 20, 1775. Commemorative literature.
750(2 pieces) "The Masonry of George Washington." History of Masonry, 1953
751Memphis Anniversary 1819-1969. Delta Review, 1969 February
752Mount Vernon Ladies Association of the Union. Annual Report, 1966
753A New Era...1965. Dedication of George C. Marshall Library, 1964 May 23
754The New South 1880. Atticus G. Haygood. Edited by Judson C. Ward, reprinted by Emory U. Library, 1950
755"Popular Representation and Senate Vacancies." Governmenhal Research Bureau. University of South Dakota, 1966
16"The Romans." Life [oversize item], 1966 March 4
757Seed of Liberty. On 350th Anniversary of the Founding of Jamestown, 1957
758South Carolina Governor's Mansion and Furnishings. The Atlanta Journa/ Constitution Magazine, 1966 July 24
759Thomas Holcroft's 'A Plain and Succinct Narrative of the Gordon Riots, London 1780'. Edited by Garland G. Smith, Emory U., 1944
760Washington, George. "The President's Address to the People of the United States, September 17, 1796", 1946
X. History, Civil War
761The Battle of Griswoldville. Charles F. Wells.
762Battlefields Near Richmond. Richmond Chamber of Commerce, 1961
763"The 'Bulldog' Longstreet at Gettysburg and Chickamauga." Sears W. Cabell, 1938
764"The Burning of Columbia, S.C." 1866 reprint.
765"Capture and Escape of General John H. Morgan." Samuel C. Reid, Jr. 1864. Edited by J. Mathews and reprinted, Emory U. Library, 1947
16"The Civil War." Life [oversize item], 1961
82The Civil War: A Pictorial Guide to the Virginia Peninsula, 1961
83The Death of Lee and The Fundamental Creed of Robert E. Lee. (2 pieces)
84"General Ewell at Gettysbura." Wilbur S. Nye, 1962 July 26
85"Gettysburg: 96 Years Later 'Ifs' Still Predominate." Register and Defense Times, 1959 July 4
86An Historical Sketch of the Georgia Military Institute. Robert L. Rodger, 1956
87History of the 42d Regiment, Georgia Volunteers, Confederate States Army, Infantry. Captain W. L. Calhoun, 1900
16"If the South Had Won the Civil War." Look [oversize item], 1960 November 22
89"The Lesson and the Legacy." Army Information Digest, 1961 August
810National Battlefield Parks: Chickamauga; Fredericksburg, Manassas.(3 pieces) National Park Service.
811National Geographic. (Civil War articles and map of battlefields), 1961 April
812North Carolina Troops in the Great War 1861-1865. Walter Clark, 1901
813"A Rebel Yell." J. M. McAlister. A Compendium of Slightly Biased Historical Data, 1951
814"Shiloh". Holiday.
815"Sketch of Cobb Legion Cavalry." Wiley C. Howard, 1901
816The Truth About Andersonville. Shelby Myrick. (Scrapbook), 1960
817Virginia Battlefields. Virginia Travel Council, 1960
818"Where a Hundred Thousand Fell." National Park Service, 1966
Y. Interior Department
819Rights to Land Under Navigable Waters, 1953 February 16
820Supreme Court of the United States. State of Arizona v. State of California. (Water rights), 1952 October
821Travel Division Bulletins, 1948-1949
Z. International, General
822Central Organization for Defense. British Joint Staff Mission, 1946
823Emphasis '65. A report from the Boston U. Symposium on population growth and birth control, 1965
824The European Army and German Rearmament. Paul Gerardot.
825Freedom and Union, 1954 September
826"Great Decisions 1970." Foreign Policy, Association., 1970
827The Minority of One, 1965 July
828The New Leader. Six issues, 1953, 1954, 1961, 1962
829"The North Atlantic Treaty." Archibald G. Thatcher, 1949 June
830Plain Truths. Alexander J. Jordanoglou, 1951
831"Public Confidence Must Be Restored." Address by Nicholas Murray Butler, 1935 June 20
832To Remain Ready for Action. In honor of Dr. Hans Spiedel. NATO, 1967
833"War Getting Closer?" U.S. News & World Report, 1956 December 14
834The War That Is Forbidden, Peace Beyond Vatican II. American Pax Association.
835"Will the Future Redeem the Past?" Charles Malik, 1960 June 11
836The World Before a Tomb. Dr. Guillermo A. Pujol. (Enc. 6 Espana postage stamps)
837Zion's Fifth Column. Sen. Jack Tenney.
AA. International, Congo
838Time, 1964 December 18
BB. International. Cuba
839U. S. News And World Report, 1962 November 12
840Pamphlet From Cuban Institutional Defense International. Czechoslovakia, 1962
CC. International, Czechosloviakia
841Public Opinion on the Prague Trial (The American Zionist Council), 1953
DD. International, Hungary
842"The Revolt In Hungary." (Free Europe Committee), 1956
843Newsweek, 1957 January 7
844"Hungary - The Revolt That Will Crack An Empire?" (U.S. News & World Report), 1956 December 21
845"Hungary's Fight For Freedom." (A Special Life Report In Pictures), 1956
EE. International, Indonesia
846Indonesia, Land of opportunities, 1970
847Last Testimony. The Knickerbocher, 1949
FF. International, Iran
848Iran Review, 1962 Winter
GG. International, Israel
849"Senator Russell In Israel." (Southern Israelite), 1965 February 29
HH. International, Italy
850Italian Affairs, 1953 February
II. International, Japan
851New York Times Supplement, 1960 October 2
JJ. International, Korea
852U.S. News & World Report, 1952 June 6
KK. International, Nigeria
853New York Times Supplement, 1960 October 2
LL. International, Pakistan
854Pakistan Affairs, 1953 March 18
MM. International, Poland
855Mutilated Poland. The Federated Merchants and Manufacturers Organization of America, 1945
856An Open Letter of a Chicago Waiter to W. Churchill. Tadeusz Kwasniewski.
857Poland and Germany, 1957 Spring
858Polish Affairs, 1961 December
NN. International, Russia
859"How Did Stalin Die?" The New Leader, 1953 April 20
860Memo to Molotov, 1947
861New Times, 1955 May 1
862Parade, 1955 November 27
863"Production for Peace and Freedom." Address by Henry Ford II, (RBR note: Russian - statistics), 1947
864"Russia Today and Tomorrow." The New Leader, 1953 March 16
865Soviet-Finnish Treaty, 1955
OO. International, Saudi Arabia
866"Saudi Arabia's King Saud." Time, 1957 January 28
PP. International, South Africa
867"American Criticizes U.S. Policy On South Africa." South African Digest, 1965 July 2
868"Highway to Harmony." Address by Wentzel C. duPlessis, 1958 December 5
869South African-American Survey, 1956-1957
870South African Scope, 1966 April
QQ. International, Sweden
871Toronto Star Reports on Sweden, the Welfare State. Robert Nielson.
RR. International, Turkey
872Turkish Recipes. Turkish Information Office. Included is News From Turkey, 1953 May 14
SS. International, Vietnam
91Abroms, Creighton. "One Day They Will Go It Alone." (Life)
92"After Diem's Demise - Three Articles." (The New Leader), 1963 November 25
93Calgary Committee To End The War In Viet Nam.
94"Cocky And Patriotic." (Look), 1969 January 21
95"A Conversation With Richard Russell." (Atlanta), 1968 December
96"Divided We Stand: The Unpopularity Of U.S. Wars." (Time), 1967 October 6
97"The Faces Of The American Dead In Vietnam. One Week's Toll." (Life), 1969 June 27
98Interview On Vietnam With Chesly Manly. (Chicago Tribune), 1966 April 19
99The Minority Of One, 1965 June
910"The Nhus Of Vietnam Snap Back At The U. S." (Life)
911"Our Forgotten Wounded." "Clark Clifford On Vietnam: Set A Date And Get Out." (Life), 1970 May 22
912RBR Interview. (Congressional Digest), 1966 April
913RBR Interview. (U.S. News & World Report), 1965 September 6; 1966 May 2
914RBR Pictures. Emory Magazine, 1966 March, May
915"The Strategy and Tactics of Peace in Viet Nam." Time, 1969 March 28
916"Viet Nam Debate: Dirksen vs. Fulbright." The New Leader, 1967 October 23
TT. International, Yugoslavia
917Yugoslav Review, 1953 January
UU. Judicial
918American Bar Association. In re The World Court, 1934
919The Assault on the Supreme Court. Douglas Johnson, 1937
920Case and Comment, 1948 May-June
921The Case For and Against the Supreme Court. American Bar Association.
922"Chips from the Supreme Court's Workship." Address by Sidney S. Alderman, 1954 May 28
923"The Court Reaches for Total Power." The National Review, 1957 July 6
924"Has the Supreme Court Exceeded Its Powers?" The American Legion Magazine, 1967 November
925"Communism and the Supreme Court - A Growing Debate." U.S. News & World Report, 1958 July 18
926The Court, Congress, Chaos." Newsweek, 1957 July 1
927Journal of the American Judicature Society. Issues, 1962, 1964, 1965
928The Kings and the Courts. Luke W. Findlay, 1937
929"Legalizing Treason?" David Lawrence. U.S. News & World Report, 1958 July 18
930"The Mayor of New York Attacks the Dangers of the Campaign Issue Called 'Law and Order'. Life
931"Reorganization of the Supreme Court." D. O. McGovney. Reprint, California Law Review, 1937 May
932"Selection of Federal Judges." Charles Bloch, 1954 May 28
933"The Supreme Court Saying No to Proposition 14." Time, 1967 June 9
934"The Supreme Court: From the Famous '9'to Now." Newsweek, 1957 March 4
935The U.S. Supreme Court Issue." Henry W. Taft. Reprint, The New York Times, 1937 February 28
936"Usurpation of Power." The State, 1958 May 3
VV. Labor
937Changes to Make in Taft-Hartley. Theodore R. Iserman, 1953
938The CIO News, 1955 January 17
939"Due Process of Economy; Antitrust Control of Labor." Luis Kutner. Reprint, University of Pittsburgh Law Review. RBR: READ THIS, 1962 October
940Calendar from office of Economic Opportunity Sent by Sargent Shriver, 1967
941"Just How Bad the Job Problem Really Is." U.S. News & World Report, 1958 February 28
942Oil, Chemical and Atomic Workers International Union, AFL_CIO. Resolutions adopted, 1957 August 5-19
943"Right-to-Work Law Issues." Daniel H. Pollitt. Reprint, N.C. Law Review., 1959 April
WW. Legislative
944"Eyes Of Nation Turn To Georgia's Experience With 18-year-old Voters." (Atlanta Journal and Constitution Magazine), 1954 January 17
945Pamphlets Issued By The Virginia Commission On Constitutional Government.
946"State Legislatures In American Politics." (American Assembly), 1966
947Voting Record Of The 79th Congress. (Political Ammunition), 1945 September
948Voting Record. The Dan Smoot Report, 1965 August 2
XX. Military Installation
949Fort Benning. First Air Cavalry Division, 1965 [?]
950Turner Air Force Base Hospital Proposal, 1962
YY. Personal, General
951Baseball. "Russell's Hit Wins For Senators." Washington Daily News [includes 1 and 6 of "Senator Russell Hits a Home Run" by Lowell B. Mason; copy 6 inscribed to Russell by author], 1956 April 16
952"Books In Senator Russell's Life." Atlanta Journal/Constitution Magazine, 1969 October 26
953Poem by RBR in 4th grade. Posthumous printing.
954Congregation Bet Jacob Dedication, 1962 December 12
955RBR at 1941 Presidential Inauguration. Atlanta Constitution Rotogravure, 1941 January 26
956Russian Trip. Various brochures and releases, 1945
957Mementoes. Receipts, matchbook covers, pass, prescription and membership card.
958"Senator Russell Tours His Scenic Namesake." The Atlanta Journal/ Constitution Magazine, 1964 December 27
959"The Senators from Georgia: Russell." Atlanta, 1964 June-July
960"Shoes No Handicap in the Senate." Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, 1966 May 8
961Selective Service Registration Card for RBR. Xerox copies from Raesly gift.
962Souvenir booklets from RBR trip with Appropriations Committee (2 pieces), 1947
963The Story of G. D. Conger, M. D. RBR: Reminded me of many incidents of my boyhood.
964"Why Should I Make A Will?" William H. Sinclair. Reprint, The Kiwanis Magazine, 1940 May
16"The World's Most Exclusive Clubmen." Life [oversize item], 1954 April 19
966Utah Construction and Mining Company Annual Report (RBR was stockholder) Personal. Awards, 1968
ZZ. Personal, Awards
967Atlanta Mayor's Proclamation And Welcome To RBR At Kiwanis Club, 1964 December 8
968Collection Of Constitutional Law Materials. School Of Law. University Of Georgia, 1964 November 16
969Columbus, Ga. Proclaims "Senator Richard B. Russell Day.", 1965 October 13
16Eulogies On The 25th Anniversary In The Senate Of Senator Richard B. Russell. (2 copies) (Congressional Record) [oversize items], 1958 January 13
101Fundacion Internacional Eloy Alfaro Association, 1965 [?]
102Georgia General Assembly Resolution, 1970 February 21
103Georgia Proclamation and Welcome. Atlanta Kiwanis Club, 1964 December 8
104Georgia Savings And Loan League Resolution, 1964 June 13
105Georgia. "Senator Richard Brevard Russell Day", 1973 January 21
106Gordon Military College Names RBR Honorary Colonel, 1965 May 28
107The Great American Awards, 1966
108The Great American Awards, 1968
109Higher Education Stamps Presented To RBR, 1962 November 14
1010Mercer University. RBR Receives Honorary Doctor Of Laws Degree. (Mercerian), 1957 June
1011Mercer University. RBR Speaks At Law Day. (Mercerian), 1966 May 13
1012Minute Man Award. RBR's Remarks On Receiving The ROA Award for 1959. (The Officer), 1959 March
1013"1967 Key Citizen Award Goes To Sen. Richard B. Russell." (Georgia Municipal Journal), 1967 July
1014The Order Of The Bath, Sauna - Seura, 1955 September 20
1015RBR Appreciation Day. Oconee EMC. (The Live Wire), 1964 December
1016Selective Service Medal Presentation Program, 1946 January 21
1017Silver Quill. Award Dinner Of American Business Press, 1969 February 6
1018U. S. Treasury Department Savings Bond Program, 1966 February 15
1019United War Veterans. Life Membership, 1943 June 22
1020University Of Georgia Research Facilities Dedication Program, 1963 June 1
AAA. Personal, Biography
1021Alumni Record. Earl Leonard, 1967 April-May
1022Anecdote quoting RBR in late, Wilson Page., 1950s
1023City East, 1969 March
1024Current Biography, 1949 November
1025Eminent Georgians.
1026Office Biography, circa 1960
1027Gordon Military College, RBR photo, 1967-1968
1028Posters and Sketches of RBR.
1029"Russell Of Georgia - The Old Guard At Its Shrewdest." (Harper's), 1966 September
1030"Senator Russell Of Georgia." (Reader's Digest), 1966 December
1031"Senator Russell's Story Told." (Veterans' News), 1962 March
1032Time, 1957 August 12
BBB. Personal, Health
1033"Emphysema Sufferers Take Note." (Atlanta Constitution), 1967 January 26
1034"Emphysema. The Battle To Breathe." (U.S. Department Of HEW), 1967
1035"How We Fight Emphysema." (Today's Health), 1967 February
1036"Independent Respiratory Support System." Hamilton Standard, 1969
1037"Medical Report." Newsweek, 1953 August 17
1038Radiological Health Data, 1962 November
1039Reducing Diet. Walter Reed Hospital.
CCC. Personal, Russell Family
1040"Cheaper By The Baker's Dozen." (Collier's), 1950 September 2
1041"Distinguished New Atlantans." (Atlanta Saturday Night), 1931 June 13
1042Early Years. (Various Clippings)
1043Judges I Have Known and Legal Lore in Verse. Victor King Meador.
1044Russell, Henry Edward. A Sermon, 1961 July 9
1045Russell, Ina Dillard. Letter To Her Teacher In 1881. (Xerox)
1046Russell, Ina Dillard. (Various Clippings)
1047Russell, Richard B., Sr. RBR Letter. (Time), 1957 August 26
1048Russell, Richard B., Sr. (Various Clippings)
1049Russell, Robert L. Jr. (Georgia), 1965 July
1050Russell, Robert L., Jr. (The SAE Record), 1965 November
1051RBR's Grandfather. (Georgia), 1966 December
1052"The Russells In Our Flock." (Alumni Record), 1967 April-May
1053"When The Russell Kin Gather." (Atlanta Journal And Constitution), 1964 July 19
1054"Why The Home Folks Want Dick Russell For President." (The Atlanta Journal And Constitution Magazine), 1952 March 23
DDD. Personal. Russell Family History
1055Brevard. (Today), 1967 April 25
1056"General Davidson Is Honored By Cowans Ford DAR." (Duke Power Magazine), 1964 May-June
1057"Rush To The Rockies, 1859." (Colorado Magazine), 1959 April
1058The Story of Orton Plantation. James Laurence Sprunt (Ref. Russellborough p.15), 1958
1059North Carolina Society of the Cincinnati. Roster (Brevard kin), 1951, 1953, 1970
EEE. Personal. Russell Foundation
1060Foundation Promotional Materials
1061Raesly Speech To Winder Kiwanis Club. 5-20-71
FFF. Personal. Russell Relatives
1062Clement, Joseph G. (Assembly Association Of Graduates, USMA), 1967 Summer
1063Holder, B. Troy. (The Gordon Military College Saber), 1965 June
1064Vandiver, Samuel Ernest. (Atlanta Journal and Constitution Magazine), 1959 January 4
1065Vandiver, Samuel Ernest. (Atlanta), 1962 December
GGG. Personal, Sigma Alpha Epsilon
1066Centennial, 1856-1956. (The Record), 1956 May
1067Confederate Battle Flag Presented to State Of Georgia. (The Record), 1965 November
1068Georgia Beta. (Bulletin), 1954
1069"Georgia Beta's Century Of Devotion." (The Record), 1966 February
1070Gold Star Edition of The Record, 1948 May
1071"Leaders In American Life." (The Record), 1953 August
1072The Record, 1967 May
HHH. Personal, Staff Members From Russell Office
1073Bates, Bill. (Georgia Alumni Record), 1968 Winter
1074Darden and Leonard. (Georgia Alumni Record), 1968 September-October
1075Leonard, Earl T. (Georgia Alumni Record), 1967, 1970
III. Personal, Submarine
1076USS Richard B. Russell (SSN 687) Christening, 1974 January 12
1077USS Richard B. Russell (SSN 687) Keel Laying, 1971 October 19
JJJ. Personal, University of Georgia
1078"Alumni Day And Commencement In Athenstown." (Alumni Record), 1959 June
1079Georgia vs. Tennessee. Sanford Stadium. RBR picture with Coach Dooley, story, editorial., 1969 November 1
1080"Honor Roll" and Alumni "Roll Call" (Russell family, p.8), 1948-1950
1081"How Aderhold Updated The University.." (Atlanta Journal And Constitution Magazine), 1967 June 25
111"A Hundred Years -- More Or Less." (Alumni Record), 1962 October
112"Life At The University Of Georgia." Brochure, 1963
113Loyalty Fund, 1971
114"Progressive Farmer Names Russell 'Man Of The Year.'" (Alumni Record), 1964 February
115Richard B. Russell Commencement Address. (Alumni Record), 1963 June
116Richard B. Russell Day Program, 1963 June 1
117"Russell, Research's Advocate." (Georgia Agriculturist), 1970 April
KKK. Political, General
118"The Action Intellectuals.: (Life), 1967 June 9
119"The Blank Ballot - South's Secret Weapon For 1960." (U.S. News & World Report), 1958 April 11
1110"Confident." RBR Quotes. (South), 1957 January 7
1111"87th Congress At The Halfway Mark." (The New Leader), 1961 October 2
16"Every Man Can't Become President." (Look) [oversize item], 1960 April 26
1113"How Russell Helped LBJ To Presidency." (Atlanta Journal And Constitution Magazine), 1968 June 30
1114National Political Campaign, Part I Republican, Part II Democratic. The United States News. (2 pieces), 1944
1115"The New South And The Conservative Tradition." (National Review), 1960 September 10
1116"Nine Men Who Control Congress." (Atlantic Monthly), 1964 April
1117Senate Race. "True Facts And Figures About The United States Senate Race", 1932
1118"1956 Election Was Lost Before Campaign Began." (U S. News & World Report), 1957 February 1
1119"The Perfect Politician." (Picture Week), 1955 July 30
1120Political Platforms Of The Two Parties, 1932-1944
1121"Politics."- (The Atlantan), 1958 July
1122"The Politics of Stalemate." (The Progressive), 1963 May
1123Pony Express. Two Issues, 1964 March-April
1124RBR interview. "Politics...Russia...Segregation." Atlanta Journal/Constitution Magazine, 1955 November 27
1125RBR Predicts 1956 Election Results." South, 1956 November 5
1126A Return to Candor in Politics. Charles W. Briggs, 1950
1127"Spotlight on the Senate." Washington World, 1966 February
1128"10 Who Will Make or Break the President's Plans." U.S. News & World Report, 1963 January 21
1129Through the Glass Darkly: A Political Fantasy. Page H. Wilson, 1963
1130Treires for President . James J. Treires, 1964
1131"Two States That 'Like Ike' Vote for Democrats." U.S. News & World Report, 1957 April 12
1132"U.S. Voters' Image of Ideal President." Life, 1960 March 21
1133Washington Fricassee. Cooked up by M. B. Schnapper. (RBR photo), 1951
1134The Washington World, 1964 March 30
1135"What's a 'Modern Republican' or 'Modern Democrat'?" U.S. News & World Report, 1957 May 3
LLL. Political, Democratic Party
1136"Bringing Us Apart - the Nixon Administration." Democratic National Committee.
1137Democratic National Committee. Democratic Digest, 1953 August, 1955 March
1138"The Democratic Party Is a National Party." Ben F. Ray, 1954 December 16
1139Democratic Party Membership Application.
1140Democratic Platform, 1948
1141"The Democrats and Ike". U.S. News & World Report, 1953 July 24
1142Duff, R. C. Address in support of candidacy. 8th district of Texas, 1936
1143"Foreign Aid Administrator Harold Stassen and Democratic National Party Chairmen." Human Events, 1954 December 15
1144Democratic Fact Book, 1960
1145"The 1964 American Voter", 1964
1146One Nation, One People: Democratic Platform, 1964
1147Russell in Florida. (Clippings from Florida papers), 1955
1148Senators Proxmire and Neuberger debate "The Struggle for a Liberal Senate." The Progressive, 1959 June
1149"Who's Running Democratic Party Now." U.S. News & World Report, 1957 January 18
1150Youth Wants to Know. Sen. George A. Smathers, 1965 July 1
MMM. Political. Georgia
1151Democratic Candidates, 1966
1152Directories of various organizations. (6 pieces), 1965-1966
1153"Governor Sanders at Fort Valley." Georgia Peace Officer, 1965 July-August
1154Gray, James, 1960
1155Election. The Augusta Courier, 1960 May 23
1156Supreme Court of the United States. October Term 1946. Turman and Gosnell v. Duckworth, as Chairman of the Georgia State Demo. Exec. Comm., et al. (County unit system)
NNN. Political. Presidential Campaign , 1952
1157Altoona, Pa. Lions Club Material
1158The American Press, 1952 April
1159"And May The Best Man Win." (Time/Life), 1952
1160The Arkansas Democrat, 1952 July 8
1161The Arkansas Gazette, 1952 July 8
1162Candidate Russell. (Time), 1952 May 19
1163"Challenge From The South." (Time), 1952 March 10
1164"Civil Rights In '52." (The New Leader), 1952 May 26
1165The Commercial Appeal, 1952 July
1166Convention Time: Democratice Convention. Russell Headquarters., 1952
1167Convention News. (Newsweek), 1952 July 14
1168Democratic National Convention, Telephone Directory and Guide; Convention Time: The Man of the Time - Dick Russell., 1952 July
1169"The Democrats Debate Loud In Zeal and Anger." Life, 1952 August 4
1170"Dick Russell for President." Atlanta Journal/Constitution Magazine, 1952 March 23
1171"Duel In The South." (Time), 1952 May 5
1172"Europe's Need: More Self Help." (U.S. News & World Report), 1952 February 1
1173"Family Bell Ringing Starts Off Russell's Campaign." (Atlanta Journal And Constitution Magazine), 1952 June 1
1174"A Fighter." (Philadelphia Inquirer Magazine), 1952 April 6
1175Freedom And Union, 1952 April
1176The Georgia Journal, 1952 July 29
1177"Georgia's Stake In The Democratic National Convention." (Atlanta Journal and Constitution Magazine), 1952 July 20
1178"The Grass Roots Revolt Of 1952." (The New Leader), 1952 April 14
1179"Heat Wave Hits The Political South." (Life), 1952 May 13
1180"Hustle For Russell." Campaign Brochure
1181"If Not Truman, Who?" (Life), 1952 May 19
1182"If Russell Were President..." (Atlanta Journal and Constitution Magazine), 1952 July 13
1183"If Stevenson Is President." (U.S. News & World Report), 1952 August 1
1184"If Truman Runs, A Split " (U.S. News & World Report), 1952 March 14
1185"Important Farm Issues And The Leading Candidates." (The Progressive Farmer), 1952 June
1186"Inquiry Into The Art Of Politics." (New York Times Magazine), 1952 June 8
1187"Letter From Washington." (New Yorker), 1952 March 22
1188"Mr. Truman's Blues: Candidates All Around - But None 'Just Right'." (U.S. News & World Report), 1952 March 7
121"Momentous Democratic Week-end." (New York Times Magazine), 1952 April 8
122The Nation's Agriculture, 1952 June
123"Northern, Western Democrats Combine To Face Threat Of Southern Domination." (Look), 1952 June 17
124"Next Show Forms." (Life), 1952 July 14
125Official Proceedings Of The Democratic National Convention. (Xerox copy. pages 538-539)
126"Party's Voters Like Kefauver." (U.S. News & World Report), 1952 May 16
127Pathfinder, 1952 June 18
128"Politics: Warm-up For Campaigning." (Pathfinder), 1952 August 20
129"The Press Quizzes Stevenson." (U.S. News & World Report), 1952 August 15
1210"Quizzing Kefauver." (U. S. News & World Report), 1952 April 4
1211"Quizzing Russell." (U.S. News & World Report), 1952 June 15
1212"Quizzing Sparkman." (U.S. News & World Report), 1952 August 22
1213"Quizzing Warren." (U.S. News & World Report), 1952 May 2
1214Russell Signal For Revolt. (U.S. News & World Report), 1952 March 7
1215"Russell The Bachelor Candidate." (Quick), 1952 April 28
16"Russell's Campaign." (Framed Cover From Atlanta Journal and Constitution Magazine) [oversize item]
1217Russell's Candidacy As Announced In U.S. Senate. (Congressional Record), 1952 February 28
1218The SAE Record, 1952 May
1219"Senator Hoey Endorses Russell..." (We The People), 1952 April
1220"Sen. Russell Stands Strong As Potential Presidential Nominee." (Georgia Alumni Record), 1952 March
1221"South In The Saddle." (Newsweek), 1952 March 10
1222"The South Likes Russell." (The Freeman), 1952 May 2
1223"Southern Democrats' Strategy" (Newsweek), 1952 March 3
1224The States Righter, 1952 April
1225TV Forecast. Convention guide, 1952 July 19
1226Time, 1952 March 17, April 14, May 12
16Time To Think. (Russell Campaign Brochure) [oversize item]
1228Transgas. (Russell-Winder Edition), 1952 July
1229"Truman The Politician." (U.S. News & World Report), 1952 June 20
1230"Truman's Chances Of Winning." (U.S. News & World Report), 1952 February 8
1231"The Twelve Who'll Rule Our 'S2 Conventions." (Collier's), 1952 January 2
1232"Whispers." (U.S. News & World Report), 1952 August 29
1233"Will The South Bolt?" (The Nation), 1952 March 39
1234The Wynne Progress, 1952 July 10
OOO. Political, Republican Party
1235"The Ev and Charlie Show." Liberty Lobby, 1964
1236"GOP Changing Fortunes." Report, 1963 October
1237"Mr. Alcorn's First Aim: A Republican Congress." U.S. News & World Report, 1957 February 8
1238The Republican Bird Book. Laughing Gull Press, 1964
PPP. Publications, Miscellaneous
1239Advertising Council. Annual report, 1953-1954
1240American Mercury, 1943 October, 1952 April, 1960 December
1241Americana. Nos. 29, 32, 38. (Catalogue from Walton Folk, Kennesaw, GA)
17Automobiles. Special issue of Esquire (May have belonged to Leeman Anderson) [Oversize item], 1965 June
1243Book Reviews. Esther Jenks. Enc: Open Letter to Congress, 1948
1244The Commonwealth, 1961 October
1245Crossword Puzzle book. Presidents of the U.S.
1246Daughers of the American Revolution [DAR] Magazine, 1964 February, 1965 January
1247de Olivera, Odilon Francisco. A Lingua Portuguesa No Brasil, 1969
1248The Delta. (Sigma Nu Fraternity), 1923 October
1249Doomsday. George Kilb.
1250Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper. 5 issues, 1876
1252Great Society Comic Book, 1966
1253Harper's Bazar. (sic) Thomas Nast cartoon on p. l, 1871 December 30
1254Harper's Weekly. 7 issues, 1875-1876
1255Hoffman Amendment. (handbill)
1256How to Run the Universe. E. Guy Risien, 1947
1257The International Review. A. S. Barnes & Co., 1881 August
1258Japanese Sense of Humor. Hollington K. Tong.
1259John Hancock promotional brochure, 1962 [?]
1260Man's Rule Brings Disaster. F. M. Foster.
1261Meador Publications. Alphabetical Lists and Catalog.
1262A Methodist Courtship: Love Letters... 1779-1780. Reprint, Emory U. Library, 1945
1263Mottoes, Maxims, Proverbs, etc. (Items for framing)
1264The Old Club. Brochure and menu of an inn in Alexandria.
1265The National Republic, 1934 December
1266New Horizons of Pan American Airways, 1951
1267"Percy Howe's Letters." Reprint, The Dental Digest, 1927
1268Play Ball! A Monologic Justice On Travesty. John Metzger.
1269The Queen of Spades. Libretto for and opera by P. I. Chaikovsky. (Printed in U.S.S.R.)
1270The Reader's Digest, 1952 January-February
1271Rome's Responsibility for the Assassination of Abraham Lincoln. Thomas M. Harris 1897.(Photocopy), 1960
1272The Southern Literary Magazine, 1923 September, December
1273Three Sketches by Mark Twain. Reprint, Overbrook Press. RBR signature, 1947 April 9
1274The Three Sons of Noah. Rachel Long, 1949
131The Veronian Truth. Devero Hollowell, 1952
132Watson's Jeffersonian Magazine, 1908, 1912
133Washington Star Sunday Magazine, 1965 January 10
134Woodmen of the World Magazine, 1952 June
135World Miracle. Henry J. Volz, circa 1966
QQQ. Religion and Inspiration
136The American Problem. RBR statement. The Gideon, 1952 June
137Miscellaneous publications of religion and inspiration.
138Supreme Court of the United States. October Term, Engel V. Vitale. (N.Y. Regents school prayer.) RBR: Religion Case., 1961
RRR. Small Business Administration
139Brochures, 1964-1965
SSS. Social Security
1310"Goals In Governmental And Private Plans For Social Security." (Address by Marion Folsom), 1960 August 15
1311Economic Aspects of the Social Security Tax. Tax Foundation, Inc., 1966
TTT. Space And Science
1312"Apollo And Beyond." (Look), 1969 July 15
1313"Apollo's Great Leap For The Moon." (Life), 1969 July 25
1314"Business Dividends From The Great Adventure Of All Time." (Business Management), 1969 July
1315"Footprints On The Moon." (National Geographic), 1964 March
1316"From Runnymede to Ganymede." Address by James E. Webb, Administrator, NASA, 1967 May 27
17"The Incredible Year '68." (Life Special Issue) [oversize item], 1969 January 10
1318"Mission To The Moon." (Newsweek), 1969 July 28
1319"NS Savannah Comes Home." (The Digester), 1962 September
17"Off To The Moon." (Life Special Issue) [oversize item], 1969 April 4
1321"Photography At New Heights." (Time), 1969 March 28
1322"Race Into Space: Can We Win?" (Newsweek), 1957 March 4
1323"A Science Fiction World - Awesome, Forlorn Beauty'' (Life), 1968
1324"Scott Carpenter And The Great Sealab Adventure." (Look), 1969 January 21
1325"Space And The Atoms." (Newsweek), 1958 May 26
1326"Thor-able: Higher Farther" (U.S. News & World Report), 1958 July 18
1327"Two Weeks In Space." (PACE), 1965 October
UUU. Special Names
1328Baker, Bobby Gene. (Life)
1329Baker, Edward Dickinson. (Speech Excerpts)
1330Bennett, William Tapley, Jr. "Mr. Ambassador From Georgia." (The Atlanta Journal and Constitution Magazine), 1964 December 6
1331Charnay, David B. "Lew McBeck's Contact Man." (Fortune), 1954 August
1332Cobb, Ty. (Life) (Eagle. May 1968) and (Look. 6-17-52), 1952, 1968
1333Eisenhower, Dwight D. "As Ike Starts Second Term." U.S. News & World Report, 1957 February 1
1334Eisenhower, Dwight D. Biography by Marquis W. Childs. Look, 1958 July 22
1335Eisenhower, Dwight D. The Eisenhower Brothers. Newsweek, 1957 April 29
1336Eisenhower, Dwight D. "Ike Talks of Foreign Visitors." U.S. News & World Report, 1957 February 8
1337Inaugural Edition of Diplomat, 1953 February
1338Eisenhower, Dwight D. Obituary issue of Newsweek, 1969 April 7
1339Eisenhower, Dwight D. Two Addresses by General Dwight D. Eisenhower. Overbrook Press, 1945 June
17Fulbright, J. William. "Senator Fulbright." Holiday [oversize item], 1964 September
1341Fulbright, J. William. J William Fulbright: Freedom's Judas-Goat. Liberty Lobby, 1965
1342Humphrey, Hubert H. Time and Life, 1967 September 27; 1968 September 6
1343Johnson, Lyndon B. "After the Shots..." Fletcher Knebel. Look, 1964 March 10
1344Johnson, Lyndon B. "Before We Shall Cheer." (The Progressive), 1964 May
1345Johnson, Lyndon B. "Democrats - The General Manager." (Time), 1953 June 22
1346Johnson, Lyndon B. Evening Star Inaugural Edition, 1965 January 20
1347Johnson, Lyndon B. Inaugural Programs, 1965
1348Johnson, Lyndon B. Johnson, Lyndon B. "The Johnson Years." (Time), 1969 January 17
1349Johnson, Lyndon B. "LBJ's Plan For Winning in '68." (U.S. News & World Report), 1967 June 12
1350Johnson, Lyndon B. "Lyndon Johnson Has The Ball." (Life), 1958 January 20
1351"Lyndon B. Johnson: How Does _ He Do It?" (Saturday Evening Post Article By Stewart Alsop)
1352Johnson, Lyndon B. "Lyndon Johnson, Philanthropist..." (U.S. News & World Report), 1964 June 29
1353Johnson, Lyndon B. "Mr. President - Lyndon B. Johnson." By William S. White
1354Johnson, Lyndon B. "Mr. President: The Office, The Man." (The Milwaukee Journal Supplement), 1964 June 14
1355Johnson, Lyndon B. National Review, 1965 July 20
1356Johnson, Lyndon B. "The New Lyndon Johnson." (Saturday Evening Post), 1962 February 24
1357Johnson, Lyndon B. "1968: A Sterile Choice Again?" (The Idler), 1966 June
1358Johnson, Lyndon B. "President Johnson's Georgia Ancestors." (Atlanta Journal And Constitution Magazine), 1964 March 1
1359Kennedy, Edward M. "The Incident At The Dyke." (Life), 1969 August 1
1360Kennedy, Edward M. "Ted Kennedy Talks About The Past And Future." (Look), 1969 March 4
1361Kennedy, Edward M. "A Tragic Turn For Teddy Kennedy." (Newsweek), 1969 July 28
1362Kennedy, Ethel "The Kennedy Of Hickory Hill." (Time), 1969 April 25
1363Kennedy, John F. Assassination. (Time), 1963 November 29
1364Life, 1963 November 29, December 6
1365Kennedy, John F. "The Assassination..." (U.S. News & World Report), 1963 December 9
1366Kennedy, John F. "More On The Kennedy Assassination Charges." (U.S. News & World Report), 1967 June 12
1367Kennedy, Robert F. "Racketeering Inquiry." (New York Times Magazine), 1957 August 11
1368Kennedy, Robert F. "Conversations In Jail With Sirhan..." (Life), 1969 January 17
1369Kennedy Brothers "Off To A Fast Start." (U.S. News & World Report), 1957 April 12
1370Khrushchev, Nikita S. 'The Khrushchev I Know." (Collier's), 1955 April 15
1371Long, Crawford W. Museum Dedication. (Journal Of Medical Association Of Georgia), 1957 October
1372MacArthur, Douglas "Prelude To Disaster." (The Freeman), 1952 February 11
1373MacArthur, Douglas "The Man Who Heard 2 Million Words." (U.S. News & World Report), 1951 June 29
1374MacKay, James A. "What Makes Jamie Run?" (Atlanta Magazine), 1964 April
1375Malcolm X "The Cult Of Malcolm X." (The Progressive), 1964 June
141Malenkov, G. M. "Man Of Peace, Or Menace?" (U.S. News & World Report), 1953 March 20
142Mansfield, Mike RBR Tribute To Mansfield. (The Officer), 1964 March
143Mark Twain Xerox Copies Of His Essays
144McCarthy, Joseph R. "The Man With The Power." Look), 1953 June 16
145McCarthy, Joseph R. "McCarthyism Under The Magnolia." (The Progressive), 1959 July
146McCarthy, Joseph R. "The Method Of Senator McCarthy." (Commentary), 1953 March
147McCarthy, Joseph R. "Maryland Senatorial Election Of 1950." (U.S. Senate Committee Report), 1951 August 3
148McClellan, John L. "Mr. Investigator." U.S. News & World Report, 1957 April 26
149McGee, Gale W. "A Family Affair." David McGee. The Reporter, 1967 March 9
1410Mobley, M. D. RBR comment. American Vocational Journal, 1965 December
1411Moody, Lester S. "Of a Man and a River." RBR mention. Augusta, 1966 Summer
1412Mountbatten, Louis. "Mountbatten." Rear Admiral Gene Markey, USNR. Reprint from Town and Country.
1413Nixon, Richard M. "The Case Against Nixon." (The Progressive), 1960 October
1414Nixon, Richard M. "Construction And Reform." (Time), 1968 December 13
1415Nixon, Richard M. "Did Nixon Hurt The Ticket?" (U.S. News & World Report), 1957 February 8
1416Nixon, Richard M. "The First Two Months: Between Brake And Accelerator." (Time), 1969 March 28
1417Nixon, Richard M. "Good Or Bad? Certainly Different." (Life), 1969 April 25
17Nixon, Richard M. Inauguration. (Time. 1-17-69) (Newsweek. 1-27-69) (Life. 1-31-69, [oversize item in box 17]) , 1969 January
1419Nixon, Richard M. "The Making Of The President 1968." (Life), 1969 July 11
1420Nixon, Richard M. "The Mental Health Of Our Leaders." (Look), 1969 July 15
1421Nixon, Richard M. "The New Crisis In Leadership." (Newsweek), 1969 July 14
1422Nixon, Richard M. "Nixon - And A Cure." (Newsweek), 1958 May 26
17Nixon, Richard M. "The Nixons' Enjoyable Week In Miami Beach." (Life) [oversize item], 1968 August 16
17Nixon, Richard M. Winter White House. (Life) [oversize item], 1969 February 21
1425Nunn, Samuel A. "The Junior Senator From Georgia." (Georgia), 1973 November 23
1426Richards, James P. (U.S. News & World Report), 1957 March 29
1427Robert, Henry Martyn. "Robert's Rules of Order." The American Legion Magazine, 1963 January
1428Rockefeller, Jay. "Tall Talent for the New Democrats." Look, 1969 April 29
1429Roosevelt, Eleanor. Weep No More, My Lady. W. E. Debnam, 1950
1430Roosevelt, Franklin D. "FDR Honored On Birthday." Rural Electrification Magazine, 1957 March
1431Roosevelt, Franklin D. Little White House and Museum Tour Guide.
1432Roosevelt, Franklin D. Memorial Service, 1946 July 1
1433Roosevelt, Franklin D. "When FDR Juggled Thanksgiving." American Legion Magazine, 1964 October
1434Rusk, Dean. "Mason and Jefferson Revisited." An Address by the Hoh. Dean Rusk, Secretary of State, 1966 May 28
1435Rusk, Dean "Mr. Secretary." (Life), 1969
1436Sanders, Carl E. "Carl Sanders: The First Year." (Atlanta), 1964 January
1437Shelton, Robert (Playboy Interview), 1965 [?]
1438Sheppard, Wilmer "He Wouldn't Let Millen Die." (Atlanta Journal And Constitution Magazine), 1964 September 13
1439Smathers, George RBR Quote. (Suntime), 1953 July 4
1440Stevenson, Adlai E. "Adlai In Dixie." (The Progressive), 1954 February
1441Stevenson, Adlai E. "Why The Democrats Chose Adlai and Constitution Magazine.'The Just'." (Atlanta Journal), 1952 August 24
1442Stevenson, Adlai E. "Why Stevenson? Many Democrats Feel He's A Winner." (Time), 1952 April 14
1443Talmadge, Herman E. Pictoral Biography Of The Governor
1444Tarkenton, Francis. (Look), 1960 November 22
1445Truman, Harry S. "Addresses And Statements Of Harry S. Truman." (United States News), 1945
1446Turner, Joseph Addison (Emory University Publications. ), 1943
1447Vinson, Carl "Backstage Boss Of The Pentagon." (Army, Journal) Navy, Air Force, 1961 February 18
1448Waller, Littleton W. T. "Waller Of Samar." (Marine Corps Gazette), 1961 May
1449Watson, Thomas E. "Prose Miscellanies." (Tom Watson Book Co.), 1927
1450White, Thomas Dresser RBR Tribute (Air Force), 1966 February
1451Wolfson, Louis E. "Wolfson Rides In." (Newsweek), 1957 March 25
VVV. Taxes
1452"Taxes - Equity Capital - And Our Economic Challenges." (New York Stock Exchange), 1953 April 1
WWW. Un-American Activities
1453America Goes Communist. The National Patrick Henry Organization. ca. 1948. Enc.: Letter from Pearl B. Phinney, 1949 January 16
1454"Communism and the Changing World." West Georgia Studies in the Social Sciences, 1962 May
1455A Compilation of Public Records: 1411 Episcopal Rectors, 1955
1456"A Modest Proposal for the Care and Use of Subversives", 1954
1457The Mysterious Power of Communism. West Virginia Anti-Communist League, (1950)
1458National Republic, 1953 June, 1957 March
1459"The Program of the Communist Party." Facts Forum News, 1955 January
1460Rankin, John Elliott. Hollywood Independent Citizens Committee, 1945 [?]
1461The Red Record of Senator Claude Pepper. Lloyd C. Loomis.
1462"The Web of Subversion." James Burnham. Reprint, The Readers Digest, 1954 June
XXX. United Nations
1463The defenses of peace. Documents relating to UNESCO. Part II. Dept. of State, 1946
1464A Just and Durable Peace. Commission to Study the Bases of a Just and Durable Peace, 1943
1465Revision of the United Nations Charter. Report of the Committee on Foreign Relations, 1950 September 1
1466The United States and Peace. Verbatim record of the plenary sessions of the United Nations, 1945
YYY. United States, General
1467Appalachian Trail. Georgia Magazine, 1963 June-July
1468Arizona. Arizona Highways, 1955 August, 1958 August
1469Colonial Williamsburg: The President's Report (2 pieces), 1963, 1967
1470Conserving Pennsylvania's Historical Heritage, 1947
1471Down South, Vol. III. Thurman Sensing. (Newspaper articles), 1946, 1947
1472Electoral College. New York Times Magazine, also Pamphlet by Marie Heller Paul., 1960 December 18
1473Idaho. National Geographic offprint, 1944 June
1474In Kentucky, 1955, 1957
17"In Story and Pictures." United States Capitol (2 copies) [oversize item], 1955
1476Ozark Playgrounds of Missouri.
1477Political Descriptions: individual states
1478Tombstone, Arizona. T. Roger Blythe, 1946
151Utah's Dixie: the Cotton Mission. Reprint, Utah Historical Quarterly, 1961 July
152United States Naval Academy. New York Times, 1965 [?]
153United States of America, A Handbook, 1944 January
154Virginia. Maps of Prince William, King George and Stafford Counties, 1951
155Washington, D.C. (Look), 1960 April 26
156"Washington Planned a Capital." George Washington University, 1950
157Washington Report. An appraisal of Men and Events in Washington. Record-Star-Graphic News-Herald, 1964 May
158"Washington: Ten of its Most Powerful Men." (Vogue), 1966 November 15
ZZZ. United States, Congress.
159"The Appropriations Process: Selected References." (Library of Congress Reference), 1969 September 25
1510"A Brief History of the House Committee on Appropriations." (Library of Congress), 1963 June 11
1511Committees. (Senate, House, and Joint), 1963 April
1512Congress at Work. Scholastic Magazines., 1965
1513Congress Rates its Own Members
1514Congressional and Agency Investigations. Louis B. Boudin. Reprint, Virginia Law Review, 1949 February
1515Congressional Reorganization Problems and Prospects. The Public Affairs Center, 1964 July
1516"Do-Nothing Congress?' The Record, the Outlook." U.S. News and World Report, 1970 September 28
1517"The Four Leaders Who Run Congress." U.S. News and World Report, 1957 January 11
1518"Georgia's U.S. Delegation Stands Among the Very Best." Atlanta Journal/Constitution Magazine, 1959 February 1
1519"How Congressmen Make Up Their Minds." Redbook, 1962 February
1520"The Invisible Men Who Run Congress." Saturday Evening Post
1521"The Lords Proprietors of Congress." The New York Times Magazine, 1967 January 22
1522Pictorial Directory of the War Congress. (78th Congress, 2d session), 1944
17"The Southern Delegation." Fortune (2 copies) [oversize item], 1952 February
1524"The Ten Who Will Run Congress. New York Times Magazine, 1955 January 2
1525"Who's Really Running the New Congress?" Nation's Business, 1967 February
AAAA. United States, Constitution
1526"Back to the Constitution." Address. by Gen. Hugh S. Johnson, 1935 June 10
1527"The Constitution." Address by Hugh Morrow, 1936 May 28
1528The Constitution and the Senate. Thomas J. Barrett, 1935
1529"The Constitutional Principles of John C. Calhoun." Charlton Ogburn. Reprint, Journal of Public Law, 1953 Fall
1530"Freedom of Speech." Justin Miller, 1948 April 19
1531"The Province of Federal Power." Hatton Lovejoy. Georgia League of Women Voters. 12-6
1532Shall the Constitution Be Amended- Yes. Ernest C. Carman. Enc: "In the Matter of Rush D. Holt", 1937
1533The Story of the Constitution of the United States. Charles W. Erwin, 1946
1534"Studying the Constitution." Reprint, Editorials in Daily Gazette, Charleston, W. Va., 1935 November-December
1535United States Constitution, 1968
BBBB. United States, Presidency
1536"The Presidency of the United States." U.S. News & World Report, 1957 February 1
1537Presidential Primer. Nancy and Roy Middleton (RBR: Good pol. humor), 1964
1538RBR Interview. "How Senate Dean Judges Six Presidents." U.S. News & World Report, 1970 February 23
1539White House News Photographers Association. 24th Annual News Photo Exhibit, 1967
1540Words That Live. Excerpts from Presidential Inaugural Addresses. Eastern Air Lines, 1965
CCCC. United States, Senate
1541Capitol Hill Emergency Self-Protection Plan, 1968 July 1
1542"Caricatures of U.S. Senators", (1966)
1543"The 'Club' That Is the United States Senate." New York Times Magazine, 1954 November 7
1544"A Conversation with Richard Russell." Wayne Kelley. Reprin, Atlanta Magazine. RBR photo., 1968 December
1545"For Senators It's Lonely At the Top." Washington Post Magazine, 1978 October 29
1546"Federal Corrupt Practices and Political Activities." Senate Document No. 233, 1950 September 15
1547"Is There a Senate Establishment?" Washington Report, 1963 October 7
1548"Know Your Senators: Hon. Richard B. Russell." Refrigerated Topics, 1958 December
1549"The Liberals' Obligation." The Progressive, 1969 January
1550Most Powerful Senator. Parade, 1969 March 2
1551"My Ten Sweetest Senators." Picture Life, 1954 September
1552A Necrology of United States Senators. Senate of the United States, 1961
1553"New 'Uncrowned King' of the Senate." The Houston Post, 1963 March 3
1554"Oklahoma's Kerr - The Man Who Really Runs the U.S.Senate." Newsweek, 1962 August 6
1555The Old Senate Chamber. (Proceedings in the Senate upon vacating their old Chamber on Jan. 4, 1859.) Reprinted, 1935
1556"Oratory in the U.S. Senate." Esquire, 1969 May
1557Restaurant Menu from Senate Dining Room, 1970 August 20
1558"Richard B. Russell, A Senator's Senator and the Making of a President." The Cracker Postmaster, 1963 December
1559"Sacred Cow On Capitol Hill." The Progressive, 1955 March
17"The Senate: A Cast of Characters." Show [oversize item], 1963 January
1561"Southern Spokesman In the Senate." Forward, 1963 July 24
1562The Term of a Senator: When Does It Begin and End? Office of the Secretary of the U.S. Senate, 1966
1563U.S. Senate Youth Program, William Randolph Hearst Foundation, 1964
1564Tributes to John D. Rhodes, 1963
1565Washington Insight - Who Belongs To the Senate's Inner Club?" Harper's, 1967 May
1566Who Really Runs the Senate? Harper's, 1956 December
1567The World's Most Exclusive Clubmen. Life, 1953
DDDD. Warren Commission
1568"A Critique Of The Warren Report." (Vogue), 1965 March
1569"There Was Nothing Else They Could Do." (Washingtonian), 1967 February
1570"The Warren Commission Report." (Time), 1964 October 2
1571"The Warren Report" (Life), 1964 October 2
EEEE. World War II
1572"Admiral Kimmel's Own Story Of Pearl Harbor." (U.S. News & World Report), 1954 December 10
1573"Air War." (The United States News), 1944 January 4
1574"Battle Briefs". Reports of war correspondents of The Evening Star, 1945
1575"Bombing Can Win". Air Marshal Sir Patrick Playfair and Francis V. Drake. The Atlantic, 1942 December
1576Five Senators Report On the War. United States News, 1943 October 8
1577Global War. 1939-1943. Four Years of World Conflict. Newsweek, 1943
1578Instrument of Japanese Surrender, 1945 September 2
1579The Medal Of Honor. U.S Office of War Information (67 Medal winners, pictures when available), 1943
1580Patton, George S. "Battle of Sicily." Time, 1943 July 26
1581Poland. "The Betrayal of Poland." American Mercury reprint, 1946 March
1582Poland. "Warsaw Accuses" (Polish Embassy)
1583"Prelude to Infamy." United States News, 1943
1584"Remember Him Now." Richard Sherman. A story reprinted from McCall's, 1943 January
1585U.S. Navy at War. United States News, 1945
1586"U.S. Tactical Air Power In Europe." Impact, 1945 May
1587"Winning a Lasting Peace." National Economic Council Papers, 1943 October
1588Words That Made History. Three addresses by Ezequiel Padilla to Ministers of Foreign Affairs of the American Republics. Enc: Photo, 1942 January