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United States Conference of Catholic Bishops Office of the General Secretary

An Inventory of the Records of the Office of the General Secretary at The American Catholic History Research Center and University Archives


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Descriptive Summary

Repository: The Catholic University of America, The American Catholic History Research Center and University Archives
Creator: United States Conference of Catholic Bishops Office of the General Secretary
Title: The Records of the Office of the General Secretary
Dates: 1905(1919-1972)2001
Extent: 290 linear feet; 238 boxes
Abstract: The General Secretary, as chief executive officer of the Administrative Board, not only directed the work of the Executive Department, otherwise known as the Office of the General Secretary (OGS), but also supervised the operations of the other departments and coordinated the multiple activities of the various NCWC units. There are 13 major subject headings: Administration, Church, Communism, Cults and Sects, Education, Information Media, International Affairs, Military Affairs, NCWC, Organizations, Social Action, Travel, and U.S. Government. Other records include miscellaneous photographs, 1921-1980, scrapbooks and oversized material, 1919-1972; and publications, 1919-2001. Finally, there are records of associated bureaus and affiliates: Inter-America Bureau, 1942-1954; Latin American Bureau, 1928-1970; Peace Corps Desk, 1961-1962; Office of UN Affairs, 1946-1972; Episcopal Committee on Motion Pictures/John T. McNicholas, 1933-1950; Episcopal Committee on Decent Literature/National Office for Decent Literature, 1939-1969, and the Advisory Council to the Administrative Board of US Bishops, 1970-1975.
Collection Number: ACUA 010
Language: English

Historical Note

Prior to the twentieth century, the Roman Catholic Church in America lacked a unified voice to represent it in national and international affairs. The bishops met in councils in 1852, 1866, and 1884 to consider and address common problems but such meetings were infrequent. The organization of the American Federation of Catholic Societies in 1901 did little to encourage national cohesiveness. Many in the American hierarchy were indifferent or hostile to the Federation and it was troubled by ethnic infighting. Nevertheless, there was a powerful trend in America at the turn of the twentieth century towards organization on a national scale. The rise of new systems of transportation and communication fused together a national economy and culture with the power of the federal government growing in turn. Groups sought to concentrate at the national level to promote their interests. For example, in 1908, mainstream Protestant churches formed the Federal Council of Churches and many Catholics, fragmented by region and ethnicity, worried about their increasing vulnerability. There was some progress in the special fields of education and charity with the establishment of the Catholic Education Association (later the National Catholic Education Association) in 1904 and the National Conference of Catholic Charities (later Catholic Charities USA) in 1910, but little impetus toward creating a more effective national voice until the First World War. Then church leaders, concerned about being left out of the national mobilization effort, and eager to encourage and demonstrate Catholic loyalty, moved to create the National Catholic War Council. Formed after two meetings at the Catholic University of America (CUA) in 1917, the War Council was an emergency organization engaged in numerous activities. It represented Catholic interests in Congress, ministered to troops at home and overseas, fostered Americanization of recent immigrants, and developed a Program for the Reconstruction of American Society after the war.

The National Catholic Welfare Council (NCWC), officially defined as the annual meeting of the American hierarchy and its standing secretariat, was established by the bishops in 1919 as the successor to the War Council. The Administrative Committee was organized to conduct Council business between plenary meetings with headquarters established in Washington, DC. Transition from a temporary national organization to a permanent one was difficult. Some bishops and the Vatican were willing to tolerate a potential rival to their authority during a brief crisis but worried about the establishment of a potential permanent rival. In 1922, the Vatican's attempt to suppress the NCWC was only reversed with a compromise in which the organizational name was changed to the National Catholic Welfare Conference, not Council, underlining the fact that it was consultative rather than legislative, and the administrative board was incorporated as the National Catholic Welfare Conference, Inc. Thereafter, the NCWC blossomed into the single most important national organization in the American Catholic Church through the middle years of the twentieth century. It became the principal lobbying arm for the church with the federal government. Early on it fought against federal aid to education bills for fear such laws would impose government controls on private schools though later it would fight for funding for parochial schools. The NCWC would also serve as the forum for bishops to discuss common problems and the mechanism to issue their pastoral letters and judgments on critical issues of the day such as birth control, communism, fascism, poverty, and race relations. The NCWC promoted Catholic teaching, developed and distributed publications, issued national guidelines, and provided training and national coordination for hosts of local Catholic societies. Of special note was the radio program, The Catholic Hour, which represented and communicated the Catholic point of view on various issues to the general public. The NCWC would grow to include many departments answerable to the Administrative Board and directed by the Office of the General Secretary (OGS). It is difficult to underestimate the importance of the General Secretary on both the national and international level as a representative of and spokesman for the American Catholic Bishops. There were four general secretaries from inception in 1919 through the reorganization and renaming of the conference in 1966. The first was a Paulist priest, John Joseph Burke (1875-1936), born in New York City, educated at CUA, and editor of The Catholic World, who organized and guided the NCWC during it formative years, 1919-1936. He left his stamp on all aspects of NCWC work during his tenure. The second General Secretary was Michael Joseph Ready (1893-1957) of New Haven, Connecticut. Ordained in Cleveland in 1918, he served the dioceses there in various capacities until joining the NCWC as Assistant General Secretary to Burke, 1931-1936, and General Secretary for 1936-1944. He went on to become Bishop of Columbus, Ohio, 1944-1957. The third General Secretary was Howard Joseph Carroll (1902-1960) of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Ordained in 1927, he served the Diocese of Pittsburgh until he joined the NCWC to serve as Assistant General Secretary under Ready, 1938-1944, and then as General Secretary, 1944-1957. He finished his career as Bishop of Altoona-Johnstown, 1957-1960. The fourth General Secretary was Paul Francis Tanner (1905-1994) of Peoria, Illinois. Ordained in 1931, the CUA educated priest served the NCWC as Director of the Youth Department from 1942 to 1945, Assistant General Secretary under Carroll from 1945 to 1958, and General Secretary from 1959 to 1968. He ended up as Bishop of St. Augustine, Florida, 1968-1979.

Besides its main office, the Executive Department, also known as the Office of the General Secretary (OGS), sponsored several adjunct offices such as the Latin American Bureau, the United Nations Affairs Office, and the Peace Corps Desk as well as groups affiliated with the NCWC but organized as separate legal entities, including the National Office for Decent Literature (NODL), Catholic Relief Services (CRS), and the National Catholic Community Service (NCCS). The adjuncts usually reported directly to the General Secretary and were head quartered in the same building. The Office of Consultant on International Affairs and Inter American Bureau was established by the Administrative Board on 1 January 1946 to both advise the Executive Department and supervise the operation of the Inter-American or Latin American Bureau. Though the Social Action Department's Latin American Bureau was suspended in 1933, interest in Latin American affairs persisted with discussions about re-instating it as the Inter-American Bureau in 1944-1945 with the hope that Richard Pattee, a lecturer in History at CUA and Assistant Chief of the Cultural Relations Division at the US State Department, would agree to serve as Director. The combined Office of Consultant on International Affairs and the Latin American Bureau began to function in July 1946 with Pattee as head and John Parr handling administrative work. Both men wrote articles and lectured extensively on a series of international and inter-American questions. There were several name changes, with Foreign Affairs replacing International Affairs and Inter-American replacing Latin America Bureau, and simply reference to the International Bureau at times as well. There are no annual reports nor mention of the office/bureau after 1950 so its final status is difficult to determine though a bona fide Latin American Bureau was re-established in 1959. The United Nations (UN) Affairs Office was established in New York City in 1946 following the 1945 San Francisco Conference which drafted a charter for the United Nations. The NCWC decided on a policy of cautious promotion of an 'imperfect' UN and the office was conceived as a vehicle for the promotion of Catholic principles and programs as well as a clearinghouse for intelligence to give the insular American church a more international outlook. The director of this office from inception was Catherine Schaefer who was assisted by Alba Zizzamia from 1948 and they remained the core of the staff until the office closed in 1972. The Latin American Bureau was established in 1929, within the NCWC and attached to the Executive Department, to promote an interchange of information between Catholics of the United States and Latin America primarily in the field of Catholic Social Action. Under the directorship of Father Raymond A. McGowan, who was also Assistant Director of the Social Action Department, the focus was upon education, social work, lay organization, economics, the press, and international relations. Suspended in 1933, it was re-established in 1959. Father John Considine was selected to head the revived bureau whose mandate was updated to include assistance in the recruitment and service of United States lay and religious personnel in Latin America, especially the Papal Volunteers, as well as the forwarding of financial assistance there. It was reconstituted as the Division for Latin America in 1968, with Rev. Louis M. Colonnese succeeding Father Considine as director, and phased out by 1974. The Peace Corps Desk, inspired by President Kennedy's Peace Corps of volunteers carrying out technical and education projects in developing countries, was established in 1961 in Washington under the episcopal chairmanship of Auxiliary Bishop Edward E. Swanstrom of New York with Robert Melina as Executive Director. It sought to assist applicants, dioceses, organizations, and institutions in recruiting Catholics for the Peace Corps. However, Peace Corps Director Sargent Shriver bowed to pressure from certain Jewish and Protestant groups and announced in December of 1961 a reversal of policy in that there would be no cooperation with religious groups nor would any handle Peace Corps projects. Therefore, Bishop Swanstrom expressed 'regret' and the NCWC Peace Corps Desk ceased operations on 19 January 1962.

The affiliates were more loosely controlled than the adjuncts and often had separate incorporation, were located outside Washington, or reported to an episcopal committee. The Episcopal Committee on Motion Pictures was established in 1933 to work to improve the standard and quality of motion pictures and directed the National Legion of Decency based in New York City. Archbishop John T. McNicholas of Cincinnati, who also served as Chairman of the NCWC Administrative Board from 1946-1950, was the longtime head of this committee. The National Office for Decent Literature (NODL), and its supervisory episcopal committee, were established in 1938 to act against literature thought to threaten moral and social life. The NODL was a service organization that advised interested groups working on literature programs. It issued a quarterly bulletin detailing activities and programs nationwide and printed a monthly list of magazines and books judged objectionable for youth. The NODL was not exclusively Catholic and many reviewers were Jewish or Protestant. Publications were evaluated according to a code which condemned, among other things, explicit horror, violence, and sex as well as blasphemous, profane, and obscene speech. It also was critical of stories that glorified criminals, disrespected lawful authority, and ridiculed religious or racial groups. The National Catholic Community Service (NCCS) operated from 1940 to 1980 with both professional personnel and volunteers at home and overseas to serve the spiritual, social, educational, and recreational needs of the military and defense workers and their families. It was a member agency of the United Service Organization (USO) and the Veteran's Administration's (VA) Voluntary Service National Advisory Committee and operated a VA Hospital Program with the assistance of a VA diocesan hospital committee. NCCS was under the direction of a board of trustees composed of members of the NCWC/USCC Administrative Board, the military vicar and his delegate, that worked closely with the various departments and committees of the NCWC/NCCB. Thomas Hinton was Executive Director for much of it's history, 1948-1972. Catholic Relief Services (CRS) is the official overseas aid and development agency of American Catholics. It is a separately incorporated organization of the NCWC/USCC. It was founded as War Relief Services in 1943 to assist victims of the mass devastation caused by World War II. It has since become a global operation which works not only to alleviate suffering caused by war and other disasters but to raise the general standard of living for the poorer nations of the world.

Following the Vatican II Council, the bishops reorganized the NCWC in 1966, transforming it into the National Conference of Catholic Bishops (NCCB) and its standing secretariat, the United States Catholic Conference (USCC). As separate organizations with distinct responsibilities, the NCCB focused on internal ecclesiastical concerns while the USCC carried forward work in society at large. The NCCB enabled the bishops to deliberate and respond collectively on a broad range of issues, with work being supervised by the Office of the General Secretary and carried out through various secretariats as well as standing and ad hoc committees. The USCC included clergy, religious, and lay people who developed public policy and programs for approval by the Administrative Board and the bishops for implementation by the various departments. Another post Vatican II development was the creation of the Advisory Council reflecting a new vision of the Church as a community of the 'people of God' and not just a hierarchical structure. There was a focus on the shared responsibility of bishops and non bishops alike in conducting the pastoral affairs of the Church. A major undertaking of the Advisory Council was to study the possibility of creating a National Pastoral Council but it was decided that this was not feasible. On 1 July 2001, the NCCB and the USCC were combined to form the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB)consisting of the same staff continuing the work formerly done by the NCCB and the USCC. The bishops themselves form approximately fifty committees, each with its own particular responsibility, while the General Secretary overseas the work of hundreds of lay people, priests, and religious located at the Conference headquarters in Washington, DC. The USCCB is a civil non-profit entity organized as a corporation in the District of Columbia.

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Scope and Contents

It would scarcely be possible to write the history of the America Catholic Church in the twentieth century without consulting this monumental and voluminous body of records produced by the American Catholic Bishops and their working secretariat through various name changes and administrative re-organizations. Due to a variety of factors, including long standing usage and complex diversity, this significant assemblage of records, 232 record center and 2 scrapbook boxes of 290 linear feet, have been divided into 11 series with 44 sub-series.

Series 1, the first and most important, consists of the extensive General Administration files, 154 record center boxes of 192.5 linear, that are maintained in five divisions or subseries. Beginning with the erection in 1919 of the National Catholic Welfare Council (NCWC) with the Office of the General Secretary (OGS), also known as the Executive Department, administrative files consisting primarily of correspondence, were organized and filed according to an arbitrary numerical system. This filing system remained in effect until 1949-1950 when efforts were made to convert to a system of general subject files with thirteen major subject headings: Administration, Church, Communism, Cults and Sects, Education, Information Media, International Affairs, Military Affairs, NCWC, Organizations, Social Action, Travel, and U.S. Government. The conversion process was not completed so that currently there are 97 boxes of subject files and 46 boxes of numerical files.

This complicated original order has been preserved primarily due to its sheer scale, long standing use, and workable accessibility. Since the larger body of records had been converted to the new filing system, archives staff decided to constitute this group as the first and clearly most important sub-series, especially since the time span of these records was greater than the smaller group of numerical files which became the second sub-series. Research focusing prior to 1949 must consult both of these subseries to pursue a particular person, organization, country, event, or topic whereas those researching after 1949 can safely ignore the numerical files.

Subseries 1.1 of the General Administration series, the heart and soul of the collection, is the Subject files, Boxes 1-97, 120 linear feet, covering primarily the years 1919-1966 under the thirteen subject headings mentioned above: Administration, Church, Communism, Cults and Sects, Education, Information Media, International Affairs, Military Affairs, NCWC, Organizations, Social Action, Travel, and U.S. Government.

The Administration category focuses on the internal operations of the conference in regard to finances and personnel. Church has material on individual members of the clergy and hierarchy, relations with the Vatican, overseas missions such as in China, anti-Catholic propaganda, ecumenical affairs, and monumental issues of church and state like bible reading in public schools, busing, federal aid to education, and the Oregon School case of 1926. Communism files reflect the church's efforts to track and combat this ideology, both at home and abroad, including Father John Cronin's seminal 1945 Report of the status of Communism in America and documents pertaining to the persecution of Archbishop Stepanic in Yugoslavia. Cults and Sects has only a few files and scarcely rates its own heading. The Education heading contains files ranging from correspondence with the NCWC Education Department to Catholic institutions such as The Catholic University of America as well as programs dealing with foreign students and exchange of persons with post war Europe.

Information Media is an extensive area dealing with press organizations such as the National Catholic News Service and the Catholic Press Association, publications such as the NCWC Bulletin and Commonweal, radio broadcasts like the The Catholic Hour and the Voice of America, and the critical issue of censorship of motion pictures, also covered in Series Seven, the Episcopal Committee on Decent Literature and the National Office for Decent Literature (NODL). International Affairs is a large and important assemblage of files dealing with enduring issues such as immigration and human rights, programs of famine relief in Russia in the 1920s and war relief in Europe during and after World War II, the rise of fascism in Spain and Germany in the 1930s, support for the League of Nations and then the United Nations, and commitment to the understanding of the problems and welfare of Latin America. Military Affairs covers issues such as chaplains, memorials, prisoners of war, selective service, and veteran affairs. NCWC is a heading that overlaps somewhat with Administration though its focus is more on policy with the Administrative Board, the General Secretary, and general legal issues.

Organizations deals with relations with numerous lay organizations such as the National Council of Catholic Women (NCCW) and National Council of Catholic Men (NCCM), secular organizations such as the Red Cross and the National Catholic Community Service (NCCS) that was part of the United Services Organization (USO), and religious organizations like the National Confraternity of Christian Doctrine (CCD) and the Society for the Propagation of the Faith. Social Action is a critically important grouping covering Child welfare, civil rights, crime, family life, health care, housing, labor relations, marriage, race relations, rural life, social security, and youth. Travel is a minor topic with just a few general files. U.S. Government is the final major heading and concerns relations with the President and various cabinet departments, federal programs like the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) and National Youth, and federal policy and legislation on a variety of issues including birth control, civil defense, education, poverty, and taxation.

A seminal event in the history of the NCWC was its near dissolution in 1922 and files concerning this were for many decades filed separately though now located in Box 60. They are indexed as: A, B, C, D, F, G, H, K, Laughlin, Sara E.; McGrath Justin; Muldoon Peter J., Bishop, and John J. Burke; Muldoon, Peter J., Bishop, Correspondence in regard to Dissolution; Muldoon, Peter J., Bishop, Telegrams; N, O, P, R, S, Turner, William, Bishop, W., Notes from Cleveland meeting of Administrative Committee, April 6, 1922, and from Washington Meeting of Administrative Committee, April 26, 1922. There are two white and one purple bound copies of the Petition and Report of the Administrative Committee of the National Catholic Welfare Council to His Holiness, Pope Pius XI, April 25, 1922. There are also unbound fascicles of newspaper clippings concerning the Dissolution.

Subseries 1.2 of the General Administration series is the Numerical Files, boxes 98-143, some 70 feet, covering 1919-1948. This constitutes the remnants of the original filing system, that was not converted to subjects in 1949-1950, in which simple numbers had been assigned in ascending order to notable persons, organizations, countries, and topics apparently in the order of the creation of the file. For example, a person like Archbishop Edward Hanna was assigned number 18, the religious organization the National Council of Catholic Women (NCCL) was number 8, the country Haiti was 14, and a topic such as social action was 56. There were also further subdivisions when necessary by both topic and number so that you have #121 for Birth Control in general, #121-A for Venereal Disease (V.D.) Control, #121-C for Child Welfare, and #121-D for Sterilization. This system was not consistently applied however. Early NCWC staff created a series of 3" x 5" subject cards which provided an access key. These have been retained as they still can provide access to records remaining in the numerical sub-series but are of no use to those pulled for the subject subseries.

There is a notable selection of files in Box 140 pertaining to the Catholic Youth Bureau which was established under the National Council of Catholic Men (NCCM) in 1933, transferred to the Executive Department in 1937, and established as the Youth Department in 1940. Mooney resigned as Director in April 1942 and was replaced by Paul Tanner, 1942-1945. Additional Mooney material is located in the files titled just 'Social Action: Youth.' The Department was renamed the Youth Activities Division and placed under the Education Department in 1968. In the early days the Catholic Youth Bureau was also referred to as the National Catholic Youth Council.

Subseries 1.3 of the General Administration series has 1 box, number 144, 1.25 feet, of correspondence files of James Hugh Ryan, OGS Executive Secretary, 1919-1928, who sometimes directed the office during Father Burke's absence. These were apparently removed from the general administration files and indexed by former USCC Archivist, Dr. Warren Willis, whose 1971 doctoral dissertation from The Catholic University of America (CUA) was about James H. Ryan.

Subseries 1.4 consists of 7 boxes, numbers 145-151, 10 linear feet, related to Mexico, 1921-1981, removed by NCWC staff from the main body of OGS files. They were probably given special treatment due to the precarious position of the Church in unstable Mexico beginning in the 1920s, which was of special interest to the American bishops. Records include card files and interview books, general correspondence, miscellaneous publications, and specific files on the Montezuma Seminary and the Pious Fund of the Californias. The Seminary moved to Tula, Hidalgo, Mexico, in 1972, and new folders were made for the files. The more common subject heading, 'Montezuma Seminary, New Mexico,' was used rather than the earlier heading, 'U.S. Seminary for Mexican Candidates to the Priesthood, ' or the later heading, 'Education: Educational Institutions: Seminaries: Montezuma.' Regarding the Pious Fund, the final disposition was made to Montezuma Seminary and the researcher is referred to Francis J. Weber's article "The United States Versus Mexico," Southern California Quarterly, (June, 1969), 97-152. This study was later published as a monograph: The United States Versus Mexico: The Final Settlement of the Pious Fund. See also old file 18-A 1934. With the exception of some of the publications and Pious Fund items, these have been microfilmed and the decision was made not to attempt to restore them to their proper provenance though they remain in close intellectual and physical proximity.

Subseries 1.5 has 3 boxes, numbers 152-154, 3.75 linear feet, titled 'Private Files,' 1905-1944, housed separately due to their sensitivity. This includes alphabetical correspondence files, 1917-1944; books by and about Burke, 1926-1936, 1951; interview books regarding Burke and Mother Helen Lynch, 1905-1936; and prayer cards, 1917-1936.

Series 2 consists of 4 boxes, numbers 155-158, 5 linear feet, of the Office of Consultant on International Affairs and Inter-American Bureau, 1942-1954. This office began to function in July 1946 with Richard Pattee, a History professor at CUA and U.S. State Department official, as Director, and John Parr to handle administrative work. They wrote and lectured extensively, both at home and abroad, on a series of international and inter American questions. There are general office files, including correspondence and annual reports; material in both English and Spanish and including correspondence, newspaper clippings, photographs, and typescript and printed copies of Pattee publications such as This is Spain and L'Amerique Latine. In addition, there are various national and international publications in both English and Spanish, including NCWC Foreign Affairs, UN Social Welfare Information Series, and several from the U.S. State Department. Material is divided into three subseries: General Administration Files, A-Z, 1944-1951, filed alphabetically; Richard Pattee Personal Papers, 1942-1952, filed in loose alphabetical order; and Miscellaneous Publications, 1942-1954, filed in no particular order.

Series 3 contains 23 boxes, numbers 159-181, 29 linear feet, of the Office of United Nations (UN) Affairs, 1946-1972. Material is from the New York office that, under director Catherine Schaefer and assistant Alba Zizzamia, promoted Catholic issues at the UN. They are divided into nine subseries: Hierarchy Correspondence, Interdepartmental Correspondence, General Correspondence, General Subject Files, Memoranda, Catholic Association for International Peace (CAIP), International Union of Catholic Women's Leagues (IUCWL), later known as the World Union of Catholic Women's Organizations (WUCWO), International Catholic Coordinating Center for UNESCO Files, and Publications and Press Releases. They are mostly filed alphabetically though some are chronological.

Series 4 has 11 boxes, numbers 182-192, 14 linear feet, of the Latin American Bureau, 1928(1928-1933, 1959-1964)1970. Established in 1929 under Father Raymond A. McGowan as Director to promote inter American Catholic cooperation in social action, it was suspended in 1933. Revived in 1959 under Father John Considine, its renewed mandate included the recruitment and service of lay and religious personnel in Latin America, especially the Papal Volunteers. It was reconstituted as the Division for Latin America in 1968 and phased out by 1974. Files are alphabetical and arranged into three subseries: General Administration Files, Subject A-Z, 1928-1933; General Correspondence Files, A-Z, 1959-1964; and the Catholic Inter-American Cooperation Program (CICOP) Working Papers, 1970. The seventh conference of CICOP, sponsored by the Latin American Division under Director Father Louis M. Colonnese, met in Washington on 5-8 February 1970 around the theme of achieving liberation of Latin Americans for social and economic development on both the personal and national levels.

Series 5 contains 4 boxes, numbers 193-196, 5 linear feet, of the Peace Corps Desk, 1961-1962. Inspired by President Kennedy's Peace Corps of volunteers working in developing countries, it was established under the Episcopal chairmanship of Auxiliary Bishop Edward E. Swanstrom of New York with Robert Melina as Executive Director. It assisted applicants, dioceses, organizations, and institutions in recruiting Catholics for the Peace Corps. However, when Peace Corps Director Sargent Shriver announced in December 1961 that there would be no further cooperation with religious groups, the NCWC Peace Corps Desk ceased operations on 19 January 1962. Series has files, primarily alphabetical, of both Swanstrom and Melina divided into four sub-series: Correspondence, Chronological and Subject, A-Z, 1961-1962; Correspondence, Organizations, A-Z, 1961-1962; Correspondence, Countries, A-Z, 1961-1962; and Application card files, 1961-1962.

Series 6 consists of 2 boxes, numbers 197-198, 2.5 linear feet, of files of a national figure active in the highest levels of American Catholicism, John Timothy McNicholas, Archbishop of Cincinnati, 1925-1950. They are arranged as two subseries, with the first being correspondence from his time as Chairman of the NCWC Administrative Board, 1946-1950. Arrangement is alphabetical with files about countries such as France and Germany, organizations like Pax Romana and the Confraternity of Christian Doctrine (CCD), individuals including Cardinal Patrick O'Boyle and Bishop Edwin V. O'Hara, and topics such as Federal Aid to Education and international aid to war ravaged countries. The second is correspondence from his service on the Episcopal Committee on Motion Pictures, which founded the National Legion of Decency. Arrangement is alphabetical, primarily by name of correspondents and includes such persons as Bishop John J. Cantwell, Legion Director John J. McClafferty, and publisher Martin Quigley.

Series 7 consists of 6 boxes, numbers 199-205, 7.5 linear feet, of the Episcopal Committee on Decent Literature and the National Office for Decent Literature (NODL), 1939-1969. The NODL was a service organization established in 1938 to oppose obscene literature, especially for youth. It printed lists of objectionable publications according to a code that condemned, among other things, violence, sex, blasphemy, and profanity. Files are divided into four subseries: Annual Reports, 1939-1967, filed chronologically; Subject Files, 1953-1969, filed alphabetically; Evaluation Reports, 1954-1969, filed numerically; and Index Cards to Publications, 1959-1969, filed alphabetically.

Series 8 is 3 boxes, numbers 206-208, 3.75 linear feet, of the Advisory Council to the Administrative Board of U.S. Bishops Series, 1969-1975.The Council was a post Vatican II creation focusing on the shared responsibility of bishops and non bishops in pastoral affairs. These files concern the feasibility study of organizing a National Pastoral Council. There is no filing order and arrangement is generally chronological, divided into two subseries: the Steering Committee to Study the Feasibility of National Pastoral Council, 1970-1974, and the Committee on the History of the Advisory Council, 1974-1975.

Series 9 has 8 boxes, numbers 209-216, 2.5 linear feet, of Photographs, 1921-1980. The photos are an assortment, mostly 8" x 10" and black and white, depicting NCWC staff, departments, and meetings at the NCWC building and grounds as well as on visits nationally and abroad. There are also photos of Pope Paul VI and other Vatican officials visiting America.

Series 10: Publications and Publicity Material, 1919-2001, consists of 16 boxes, numbers 217-232, 20 linear feet, and is generally filed chronologically and divided into ten subseries.

Subseries 10.1 is the NCWC Bulletin, the official organ of the NCWC that published departmental news, beginning June 1919 and ending December 1953, with name change from to Catholic Action in January 1932. Filed chronologically with multiple loose copies. Additional bound reference sets available in many libraries.

Subseries 10.2, Bibliographies: Social, Economic, Political, Religious, 1918-1934, is a selective range of typescript bibliographies, on both regular and onion skin paper, filed in loose alphabetical order.

Subseries 10.3, General, 1919-2001, has a broad range of NCWC/USCC sponsored publications, mostly pamphlet and booklet but including the odd book or printed statement. Major topics include Papal Encyclicals, promotion of NCWC, Birth Control, Communism, Education, Labor, Marriage, the Mass, Movies, Peace, and Religion, filed chronologically.

Subseries 10.4, NCWC Notes and Supplements, 1945-1950, is an incomplete set, filed chronologically, of this typescript newsletter about national and international affairs apparently for internal distribution. Supplements consist of relevant material published by the federal government, foreign governments, or the United Nations.

Subseries 10.5, Directories and Catalogs, 1983-1998, filed chronologically, is a miscellaneous assortment of conference building, membership, and telephone directories as well as catalogs of publications and videos for sale.

Subseries 10.6, Catholic Relief Services (CRS), 1958-1991, filed chronologically, has a mixed batch of promotional booklets and pamphlets as well as educational teaching and study guides.

Subseries 10.7, Canon Law, 1975-1978, filed chronologically, has a selection of typescript and printed drafts of revisions of Canon Law by the Pontifical Commission for Revision of the Code of Canon Law, with both translations and commentary by a combined task force of the NCCB and the Canon Law Society of America.

Subseries 10.8, the Bishops' Committee on the Bicentennial, 1974-1976, filed chronologically, has a variety of discussion guides, document kits, proceedings, and a newsletter of the bishops' committee that marked the nation's bicentennial. The theme was 'Liberty and Justice for all' which sought to represent an approach that was neither too adulatory nor too critical of American History. There is also a pamphlet copy of the American bishops' A Document on Ecclesiastical Archives.

Subseries 10.9, A Call to Action, 1976-1978, has a number of printed working papers on topics such as Family and Neighborhood, final committee evaluations, and a national survey supporting the bishops' A Call to Action or To Do the Work of Justice parish program. This grew out of the Bishops' Committee on the Bicentennial and a 1978 conference in Detroit was the culmination of this effort.

Subseries 10.10, Publications and Publicity Material is Non-NCWC/USCC, 1963-1984, filed chronologically, has a small amount of miscellaneous material, mostly typescript, including a survey of migrant ministries and a center for a universal apostolate.

Series 11 consists of 6 boxes, numbers 233-238, 8 linear feet, is Scrapbooks and Oversized Material Series, 1919-1972, divided into two subseries: Bureau of Information Scrapbooks, 1919-1958, and Miscellaneous, 1934-1972. The first has twelve numbered Scrapbooks, mostly news clippings, from the Bureau of Information. Some have general press releases while others cover such topics as Federal Aid to Education, Mexico, Prayer, and Prohibition. The second has Miscellaneous oversized material including the 1971 Synod of Bishops, Donor Lists to the NCWC Christ Statue, and financial account books. Items in both sub-series were filed as size and shape permitted.

Records of affiliate The National Catholic Community Service (NCCS), which was a part of the United Service Organizations (USO), have been treated as a separate sub-group and are organized and stored separately in the CUA Archives while those of Catholic Relief Services (CRS) remain archived with CRS in their Baltimore headquarters. Organized as a war relief measure in 1943, the name of War Relief Services, National Catholic Welfare Conference was changed officially to Catholic Relief Services (CRS), National Catholic Welfare Conference by its Board of Trustees at its spring meeting, April, 1955. Files under both names are located in Series 1, subseries 1.1, Boxes 48-49. For CRS publication see Series 10, subseries 10.10, Box 225.

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Arrangement

The Records of the Office of the General Secretary consists of 11 series:












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Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

There are access restrictions for 25 years from date of record creation or living persons.

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Administrative Information

Acquisition Information

In 1952, the National Catholic Welfare Conference (NCWC) deposited the records of its predecessor, the National Council War Council (NCWC), at The Catholic University of America (CUA). In the years thereafter, Catholic historians, archivists, and librarians increasingly expressed concerns over access to and disposition of the records of its successor, which in 1966 had been reorganized and renamed the United States Catholic Conference (USCC) and National Conference of Catholic Bishops (NCCB). At the April 1972 regional meeting of the American Catholic Historical Association (ACHA) in Notre Dame, an informal meeting of concerned scholars offered their cooperative services to the USCC to address the critical needs of records management. On 11 May 1972, the CUA Committee on Archives moved that the USCC, while retaining jurisdiction, ship its non current records, then housed in the USCC Annex, to a CUA space to be examined and organized by responsible administrators, historians, archivists, and librarians. This proposal was approved by USCC General Secretary, Joseph L. Bernardin, in a letter dated 19 July 1972 and 450 linear feet of records, 210 transfiles and 24 files cabinets, were transferred on 5 October 1972 to CUA's Brady Hall, Room 17. The committee formed to evaluate the records, noting that CUA was the only university "supported by substantial funding from the bishops," decided to permit the papers to remain there. On 10 March 1975, the Conference signed an agreement with CUA officially depositing them there, but retaining ownership and imposing a twenty five year access rule on researchers.

The initial deposit was the largest ever received in the CUA Archives and included material from almost every department, bureau, office, and adjunct that operated during the Conference's first fifty years. Those related to the Executive Department, otherwise known as the Office of the General Secretary (OGS), included records from the Decent Literature and United Nations offices, the Latin American Bureau, and the Peace Corps Desk. In addition, there was material from the Advisory Council to the Administrative Board and the Episcopal Committee on Motion Pictures of Archbishop John T. McNicholas. Significant administrative files of the OGS concerning the Church State conflict in Mexico arrived in 1977, with more in 1997. It was the year 1992, however, that was a banner year for the deposit of OGS files, with over 170 feet of records, including the Numerical, Subject, and Private files (see more detailed descriptions of these below) as well as a box of McNicholas' files as Administrative Board Chairman. Additionally, over the years there have been numerous accessions of scrapbooks, photographs, and publications.

Processing Information

Given both the size and magnitude of the NCWC collection, it was decided to break the records into record groups based upon the different departments, with the OGS being the largest and most important. The smaller bureaus, offices, and other adjuncts are generally attached to the department that had oversight.

Processing completed in November 20, 2002 by William John Shepherd. Data Entry/Contributors: Amy Agnew, Lynn M.Conway, David Fortin, Mary Beth Fraser, Mary Kopcho, Timothy J. Meagher, Mark O'Tool, Marcia Segal, H. Warren Willis. EAD markup completed in January 2006 by Jordan Patty. Revised in 2010 by William John Shepherd. Digital archival object links added in 2015 and 2016 by Paul Kelly.

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Related Material

The American Catholic History Research Center and University Archives:

George G. Higgins Papers

John A. Ryan Papers

Records of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops Office of the General Secretary

NCWC publications

Other Repositories:

Burke papers at the Paulist Archives in Washington, D.C.

Catholic Relief Services (CRS) Archives in Baltimore, Maryland

NCWC Immigration Department records at the Center for Migration Studies at Staten Island, Neew York

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Index Terms

This record series is indexed under the following controlled access subject terms.


Subjects:
Anti-Catholicism
Birth Control
Catholic Church: Clergy
Catholic Church: Laity
Catholic Church: Relations: Jews
Catholic Church: Relations: Protestant Churches
Censorship
Church and State
Communism
Ecumenism
Education
Education, Federal Aid to
Encyclicals, Papal
Family Life
Fascism
Industrial Relations: United States
International Relations
Labor Laws and Legislation: United States
Latin America
Mexico
Military Affairs
Motion Pictures
New Deal, 1933-1945
Protestant Churches
Race Relations
Radio
Rural Conditions
Social Action
United States: Economic conditions
United States: Government
United States: Race relations
United States: Rural conditions
Women: Education
Women: Employment
World War II


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Selected Bibliography

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Burnes, Jeffrey Mark. American Catholics and the Family Crisis, 1930-1962, the Ideological and Organizational Response. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Notre Dame, 1982.

Cadegan, Una M. 'Guardians of Democracy or Cultural Storm Troopers? American Catholics and the Control of Popular Media, 1934-1966,' The Catholic Historical Review, (LXXXVII: 2), April 2001, 252-282.

Couvares, Francis G. 'Hollywood, Main Street, and the Church: Trying to Censor the Movies Before the Production Code,' American Quarterly, (44:4), Special Issue: Hollywood, Censorship, and American Culture. December 1992,. 584-616.

Donovan, John T. Crusader in the Cold War: A Biography of Fr. John F. Cronin, S.S. (1908-1994). New York: Peter Lang, 2005.

Dumenil, Lynn. 'The Insatiable Maw of Bureaucracy": Antistatism and Education Reform in the 1920s,' The Journal of American History, (77:2), September 1990, 499-524.

Dumenil, Lynn. 'The Tribal Twenties: "Assimilated" Catholics' Response to Anti-Catholicism,' Journal of American Ethnic History, (11), Fall 1991, 21-49.

Gallagher, Charles. Vatican Secret Diplomacy: Joseph P. Hurley and Pope Pius XII. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2008.

Gartlan, Jean. At the United Nations: The Story of the NCWC/USCC Office for United Nations Affairs 1946-1972. Baltimore: Gateway Press, 1998.

Haberlach, Kay Esther. An Investigation and Analysis of the International Activities of the National Catholic Welfare Conference. M.A. Thesis, The American University, 1962.

Huber, Raphael. Our Bishops Speak, National Pastorals and Annual Statements of the Hierarchy of the United States. Resolutions of Episcopal Committees and Communications of the Administrative Board of the National Catholic Welfare Conference, 1919-1951. Milwaukee, WI: The Bruce Publishing Company, 1952.

Hurley, F.T. 'National Catholic Welfare Conference,' New Catholic Encyclopedia. (10), New York: McGraw-Hill, 1967, 225-229.

Hurteau, Robert. A Worldwide Heart: The Life of Maryknoll Father John J. Considine. Maryknoll, New York: Orbis Books, 2013.

Kenney, W.J. The Work of Father John J. Burke, C.S.P. During the Early Years of the National Catholic Welfare Council, 1917-1922.MA Thesis, St. Paul's College, 1951.

Mazzenga, Maria. American Religious Responses to Kristallnacht. New York: Palgrave MacMillan, 2009.

McKeown, Elizabeth. 'The National Bishops' Conference: An Analysis of its Origins,' The Catholic Historical Review, (66), 1980, 565-583.

McKeown, Elizabeth. 'The "National Idea" in the History of the American Episcopal Conference,' Episcopal Conferences: Historical, Canonical, and Theological Studies. Thomas J. Reese, SJ (Ed.), Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press, 1990, 59-84.

Meagher, Timothy J. and Shepherd, William John. 'The Local Church from the National Perspective: Collecting American Catholic History at the Catholic University of America,' U.S. Catholic Historian. (16:1), Winter 1998, 93-114.

Moreno, Lisa Carlucci. The National Catholic Welfare Conference and Catholic Americanism, 1919-1966. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Maryland at College Park, 1999.

Morris, Charles R. American Catholic: The Saints and Sinners Who Built America's Most Powerful Church. New York: Random House, 1997.

Murray, George Vance. Welcoming the Stranger: the American Catholic Church and Refugee Newcomers, 1936-1980. Ph.D. Dissertation, George Washington University, 1995.

Nolan, Hugh (Ed.). Pastoral Letters of the American Hierarchy, 1792-1970. Huntington, IN: Our Sunday Visitor, 1971.

Ortoll, Servando.Catholic Organizations in Mexico's National Politics and International Diplomacy, 1926-1942. Ph.D. Dissertation, Columbia University, 1987.

Redinger, Matthew. American Catholics and the Mexican Revolution, 1924-1936. Notre Dame, Indiana: Notre Dame University Press, 2005.

Redinger, Matthew. '"To Arouse and Inform": The Knights of Columbus and United States-Mexican Relations, 1924-1937,' The Catholic Historical Review. (LXXXVIII: 3), July 2002, 489-518.

Rossi, Joseph Samuel. American Catholics and the Formation of the United Nations. Ph.D. Dissertation, The Catholic University of America, 1989.

Rossi, Joseph Samuel. 'Catherine Schaefer and the Strategy for a Catholic Presence at the United Nations, 1946-1947,' Records of the American Catholic Historical Society of Philadelphia. (108: 3-4), 1997-1998, 53-72.

Rossi, Joseph Samuel. 'The Reaction of the United States Catholic Conference to the Establishment of the Vatican's Permanent Observer Office at the United Nations, 1967-1972' Records of the American Catholic Historical Society of Philadelphia. (109: 3-4), 1998-1999, 25-64.

Rosswurm, Steve. The FBI and the Catholic Church, 1935-1962. Amherst and Boston: The University of Massachusetts Press, 2009.

Sánchez-Walker, Marjorie. Migration Quicksand: Immigration Law and Immigration Advocates at the El Paso-Ciudad Juárez Border Crossing, 1933-1941. Ph.D. Dissertation, Washington State University, 1999.

Sheerin, John B., C.S.P. Never Look Back: The Career and Concerns of John J. Burke. New York, NY: Paulist Press, 1975. New York: Paulist Press, 1975.

Shepherd, William John. 'Americanizing the Church: John J. Burke,' Potomac Catholic Heritage, XXV, Winter 2014, 31-34.

Shepherd, William John. 'Catholic University Declares War,' The Archivist's Nook, March 30, 2017.

Shepherd, William John. 'Faith and Freedom: Admiral William S. Benson.' Potomac Catholic Heritage, XXIV, Summer 2013, 16-20.

Shepherd, William John. 'For God and Country,' Potomac Catholic Heritage, XXV, Winter 2014, 3-7.

Shepherd, William John. 'For God and Country: American Catholic in the World War,' The Archivist's Nook, November 11, 2015.

Shepherd, William John. 'Heroes for More Than One Day,' The Archivist's Nook, November 9, 2017.

Shepherd, William John. 'The First Catholic Action Hero,' The Archivist's Nook, June 2, 2016.

Slawson, Doublas J. 'Burke, John Joseph (1875-1936),' The Encyclopedia of American Catholic History. Michael Glazier and Thomas J. Shelley (eds.), Collegeville, Minnesota: The Liturgical Press, 1997, 173-175.

Slawson, Doublas J. 'National Catholic Welfare Conference,' The Encyclopedia of American Catholic History. Michael Glazier and Thomas J. Shelley (eds.), Collegeville, Minnesota: The Liturgical Press, 1997, 1005-1007.

Slawson, Douglas J. The Attitudes and Activities of American Catholics Regarding the Proposals to Establish a Federal Department of Education Between World War I and the Great Depression. Ph.D. Dissertation, The Catholic University of America, 1981.

Slawson, Douglas J. The Foundation and First Decade of the National Catholic Welfare Council. Washington, DC: The Catholic University of America Press, 1992.

Slawson, Doublas J. 'The National Catholic Welfare Conference and the Church-State Conflict in Mexico, 1925-1929,' The Americas. (XLVII:1), July 1990, 55-93.

Slawson, Douglas J. 'The National Catholic Welfare Conference and the Mexican Church-State Conflict of the Mid-1930s: A Case of Deja Vu,' The Catholic Historical Review. (80:1), January 1994, 58-96.

Slawson, Doublas J. 'Wine for the Gods: Negotiations for the Sacramental Use of Alcohol during Prohibition,' Building the Church in America: Studies in Honor of Monsignor Robert F. Trisco on the Occasion of his Seventieth Birthday. Joseph C. Linck, C.O. and Raymond J. Kupke (eds.), Washington, DC: The Catholic University of America Press, 1999, 161-195.

Thomas, Stanley Whitaker. The Image of Labor Organization in Church and Trade Union, 1945-1955: The Images of Labor Organization as Held by the American Federation of Labor, the Congress of Industrial Organizations, the National Catholic Welfare Conference, the Federal Council of Churches, and the National Council of Churches, 1945-1955. Ph.D. Dissertation, Boston University Graduate School, 1960.

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Valaik, J. David. 'Catholics, Neutrality, and the Spanish Embargo, 1937-1939,' The Journal of American History. (54:1), June 1967, 73-85.

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Trythall, Marisa Patuli. 'The Little Known Side of Fr. Edmund Walsh: His MIssion to Russia in the Service of the Holy See,' Studi sull'Oriente Cristiano (14:1), 2010, 159-181.

Veverka, Fayette Breaux. 'For God and Country': Catholic Schooling in the 1920s. Ed.D. Dissertation, Columbia University Teachers College, 1984.

Warner, Michael. Changing Witness; Catholic Bishops and Public Policy, 1917-1994. Washington, DC: Ethics and Public Policy Center, 1995.

Whitley, Edward. Father John J. Burke, C.S.P. and Mexican Church-State Relations, 1927-1929. MA Thesis, St. Paul's Collge, 1951.

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Detailed Description of the Collection

                       
Series 1: General Administration Series, 1905(1919-1966)1981 (154 boxes)
Subseries 1.1 consists of alphabetical - subject files converted after 1949 from the old numerical - subject filing system in use since 1919. These are all filed under one of the following main headings: Administration, Communism, Church, Education, Information Media, International Affairs, Legal and Military Affairs, N.C.W.C., Organization, Social Action, Travel, and U.S. Government.
Original Subseries 1.2 filing system set up in 1919. Numbers appear to have been assigned according to the order of receipt of material from a specific person or organization or about a certain topic. For reasons unknown, these files were not converted to the alphabetical - subject filing system after 1949 and should be consulted as a supplement to the alphabetical - subject system.
Subseries 1.3 consists of correspondence files apparently removed from the general administration files and indexed by former USCC Archivist, Dr. Warren Willis, whose 1971 doctoral dissertation from The Catholic University of America (CUA) was about James H. Ryan. Filed alphabetically.
Subseries 1.4 contains files relating to church-state relations in Mexico pulled from the general administration files and housed separately. Records include card files and interview books, general correspondence, specific files on the Montezuma Seminary and the Pious Fund of the Californias, and miscellaneous publications. With the exception of some of the publications and Pious Fund items, these have been microfilmed. Filed in no particular order.
Subseries 1.5 consists of a small selection of files apparently thought to be too sensitive for the general administration files, plus odds and ends. This includes alphabetical correspondence files, 1917-1944; books by and about Burke, 1926-1936, 1951; interview books regarding Burke and Mother Helen Lynch, 1905-1936; and prayer cards, 1917-1936.
Subseries 1.1: Alphabetical Subject Files, 1919(1919-1966)1976 (97 boxes)
 
Box Folder
1 BV Interdepartmental Meeting Minutes, Volume 1, 1920-1925
  BV Interdepartmental Meeting Minutes, Volume 2, 1925-1937
  1 Administration: General, 1920-1955
  2 Administration: General, 1956-1961
  3 Administration: General, 1962-1963
  4 Administration: General, 1964
        Subject: Foreign Visitors Office/International Programs Office
  5 Administration: General, 1965
        Subject: Education Department
  6 Administration: General, 1966
        Subject: Formation of the Diocesan Attorneys Association American Catholic Correctional Chaplains Association Legal Department
  7 Administration: General: Consolidation of Immigration, 1964-1966
        Subject: Consolidation of Immigration Activities of the NCWC Department of Immigration, Catholic Relief Services, and Catholic Committee for Refugees
  8 Administration: Building, 1920-1929
  9 Administration: Building, 1937-1939
  10 Administration: Building, 1940
  11 Administration: Building, 1941
        Contains photo of building under construction
  12 Administration: Building, January-May 1942
        Contains photo of building under construction
  13 Administration: Building, 1942-1947
        Subject: Bishops' Room furnishings
  14 Administration: Building, 1948-1949
        Subject: United Nations Office
  15 Administration: Building, 1950-1953
        Subject: Purchase of 1308 - 1310 Mass. Ave., NW
  16 Administration: Building, 1954-1955
  17 Administration: Building, 1956-1960
  18 Administration: Building, 1961-1962
  19 Administration: Building, 1963-1964
        Subject: Chapel, 1961-1963; National Federation of Sodalities, 1963-1964
  20 Administration: Building, 1965-1966
  21 Administration: Building: 7th and 8th floors, 1963-1964
  22 Administration: Building: Appraisal, 1940-1950
  23 Administration: Building: Appraisal, 1958-1966
  24 Administration: Building: Bids and Contracts, 1940-1941
  25 Administration: Building: Bids and Contracts, 1942
  26 Administration: Building: Bids and Contracts, 1948-1949
  27 Administration: Building: Blue Prints, 1939-1942
Box Folder
2 1 Administration: Building: Cornerstone Laying, August 18, 1941
  2 Administration: Building: East Addition, 1955
  3 Administration: Building: East Addition, 1956-1958
  4 Administration: Building: East Addition, 1959
  5 Administration: Building: East Addition, 1960
  6 Administration: Building: East Addition, 1961-1965
  7 Administration: Building: East Addition: Change Orders No. 1-23, 1959-1960
  8 Administration: Building: East Addition: Chapel, 1959-1961
  9 Administration: Building: East Addition: Specifications, 1959
  10 Administration: Building: Insurance, 1939-1955
  11 Administration: Building: Insurance, 1956-1966
  12 Administration: Building: Murals: John Henryk de Rosen, 1941-1951
        Two photos, one of the center mural and one of Cardinal Gibbons and Father Burke, moved October 2001 to Photo series, Box 209,
  13 Administration: Building: Specification, 1940
  14 Administration: Building: Statue: Christ, the Light of the World, 1937-1942
  15 Administration: Building: Statue Competition: Photos, 1941-1942
  16 Administration: Building: Statue News Clippings, 1942
  17 Administration: Building: Statue: Sculptor: Eugene Kormendi, 1943-1951
        Subject: Statue dedication, April 26, 1949
  18 Administration: Finance, 1921-October 1941
  19 Administration: Finance, October 1941-June 1942
  20 Administration: Finance, July 1942-October 1944
  21 Administration: Finance, November 1944-1949
  22 Administration: Finance, 1950-1951
  23 Administration: Finance, 1952-1955
Box Folder
3 1 Administration: Finance, 1956-1963
  2 Administration: Finance, 1964-1966
        Subject: Alaskan Earthquake, 1964
  3 Administration: Finance: Budget, 1924-1946
  4 Administration: Finance: Budget, 1947-1948
  5 Administration: Finance: Budget, 1949
  6 Administration: Finance: Budget, 1950
  7 Administration: Finance: Budget, 1951
  8 Administration: Finance: Budget, 1952
  9 Administration: Finance: Budget, 1953
  10 Administration: Finance: Budget, 1954
  11 Administration: Finance: Budget, 1955
  12 Administration: Finance: Budget, 1956
  13 Administration: Finance: Budget, 1957
  14 Administration: Finance: Budget, 1958
        Subject: International High School Student Project
  15 Administration: Finance: Budget, 1959
  16 Administration: Finance: Budget, 1960
  17 Administration: Finance: Budget, 1961
  18 Administration: Finance: Budget, 1962
  19 Administration: Finance: Budget, 1963
  20 Administration: Finance: Budget, 1964
  21 Administration: Finance: Budget, 1965
        Subject: History of National Council of Catholic Men's Radio and Television Work and Finances
  22 Administration: Finance: Budget, 1966
        Subject: Legal Department
  23 Administration: Finance: Budget: Treasurer's Report, 1920 - 1940
  24 Administration: Finance: Contributions and Donations, 1940-1955
  25 Administration: Finance: Contributions and Donations, 1956-1958
Box Folder
4 1 Administration: Finance: Contributions and Donations, 1959-1963
  2 Administration: Finance: Contributions and Donations, 1964-1966
  3 Administration: Finance: Contributions and Donations: Hungary, 1956
  4 Administration: Finance: Contributions and Donations: Hungary, 1957
  5 Administration: Finance: Quotas, 1920-1964
  6 Administration: Interoffice Memoranda, 1958-1966
  7 Administration: Personnel, 1921-1936
        Subjects: Bruce M. Mohler, 1921; Rose J. McHugh, 1928; Mrs. D. C. Stapleton; Charles A. McMahon, 1933; Patrick J. Ward, 1936
  8 Administration: Personnel, 1938-1943
        Subjects: Msgr. John A. Ryan's 70th birthday, 1939; George E. Reed, 1943; Agnes G. Regan, 1941-1943
  9 Administration: Personnel, 1944-1945
        Subjects: Rev. John Hayes; Rev. George G. Higgins; Rev. Raymond A. McGowan; Msgr. George Johnson; Rev. F. Hochwalt; Rev. Charles E. Bermingham; Msgr. John A. Ryan (message of sympathy from Harry S. Truman)
  10 Administration: Personnel, 1946-1948
        Subjects: Vincent C. Allred; Edward J. Heffron; John F. Parr; Rev. Philip Kenney; Rev. Joseph E. Schieder; Rev. Eugene Kevane; Rev. Edgar Schmiedeler
  11 Administration: Personnel, 1949
        Subjects: Rev. John F. Cronin, S.S.; Ruth Craven; Rev. Thomas J. McCarthy; Margaret Mealey; Alba Zizzamia; Bruce M. Mohler
  12 Administration: Personnel, 1950
        Subjects: Catherine Schaefer; Rev. Raymond A. McGowan; James J. Norris; Rev. Edward McCarthy
  13 Administration: Personnel, 1951
        Subjects: Linna E. Bresette
  14 Administration: Personnel, 1952-1953
        Subjects: Catherine Schaefer
  15 Administration: Personnel, 1954-1955
  16 Administration: Personnel, 1956
        Subjects: Eugene J. Butler; William R. Consedine; List of Employees who Entered Religious Life.
  17 Administration: Personnel, 1957
        Subjects: Thomas F. Mulholland; Cleofas Calleros
  18 Administration: Personnel, 1958
        Subjects: Rev. John F. Cronin, S.S., June 23, 1958
  19 Administration: Personnel, 1959
        Subjects: David P. Doyle, Legal Department
  20 Administration: Personnel, 1960
        Subjects: William F. Montavon, 1951 - 1960; Rev John F. Cronin; Carlos A. Siri; Directory of Personnel; Miriam Marks; Msgr. Clarence D. White
  21 Administration: Personnel, 1961
        Subjects: Thomas F. Mulholand; Miriam Marks
  22 Administration: Personnel, 1962
        Subjects: Rev. Raymond A. McGowan
  23 Administration: Personnel, 1963
        Subjects: Msgr. Clarence. D. White
  24 Administration: Personnel, 1964
        Subjects: Frank A. Hall; Jaime Fonseca; Msgr. William W. Baum
  25 Administration: Personnel, 1965
        Subjects: Msgr. James C. Donohue
  26 Administration: Personnel, January-June 1966
        Subjects: Vincent A. Yzermans; Rev. James L. Vizzard, S.J.
  27 Administration: Personnel, July-December 1966
        Subjects: Msgr. Frederick G. Hochwalt
Box Folder
5 1 Administration: Personnel: Applications, 1947-1965
  2 Administration: Personnel: Curriculum Vitae, 1947?-1953
        Subjects: John G. Bowen; Sarah Weadick; Alba Zizzamia; Frank A. Hall; Richard Pattee.
  3 Administration: Personnel: Curriculum Vitae A-L, 1954-1965
        Curricula Vitae of persons who left the employment of the Conference during this period. The forms were completed between 1954 and 1965. The senior employee began work in 1919.
  4 Administration: Personnel: Curriculum Vitae M-Z, 1954-1965
        Curricula Vitae of persons who left the employment of the Conference during this period. The forms were completed between 1954 and 1965. The senior employee began work in 1919.
  5 Administration: Personnel: Curriculum Vitae A-Z, ca. 1963
  6 Administration: Personnel: Hospitalization and Insurance, 1943-1955
  7 Administration: Personnel: Hospitalization and Insurance, 1956-1964
  8 Administration: Personnel: Hospitalization and Insurance, 1965-1966
  9 Administration: Personnel: Papal Honors, 1944-1953
        Subjects: William F. Montavon, Frank A. Hall, Bruce M. Mohler, Margaret T. Lynch; Linna E. Bresette; James J. Norris; Thomas F. Mulholland and Florence Buckley; Mary G. Hawks; Burke Walsh
  10 Administration: Personnel: Papal Honors, 1954-1955
  11 Administration: Personnel: Papal Honors, 1957-1966
  12 Administration: Personnel: Retirement, 1937-1940
  13 Administration: Personnel: Retirement, 1944-1950
  14 Administration: Personnel: Retirement, 1951-1955
  15 Administration: Personnel: Retirement, 1956-1959
        Subjects: Rev. Raymond A. McGowan, 1954-1958
  16 Administration: Personnel: Retirement, 1960
  17 Administration: Personnel: Retirement, 1961
  18 Administration: Personnel: Retirement, 1962
  19 Administration: Personnel: Retirement, 1963
  20 Administration: Personnel: Retirement, 1964
  21 Administration: Personnel: Retirement, 1965
  22 Administration: Personnel: Retirement, 1966
  23 Administration: Personnel: Retirement Minutes of Executive Committee, 1956-1962
  24 Administration: Personnel: Retirement Minutes of Executive Committee, 1963-1964
  25 Administration: Personnel: Retirement Minutes of Executive Committee, 1965-1966
  26 Administration: Policy, 1923-1955
  27 Administration: Policy, 1956-1966
  28 Administration: Policy: Politics, 1924-1928
  29 Administration: Policy: Politics, 1932-1952
  30 Administration: Policy: Politics, 1956-1962
        Subjects: Rev. John F. Cronin, S.S., and Richard M. Nixon
  31 Administration: Miscellaneous Correspondence: General Secretary James S. Rausch and Norbert Gaughan, Auxiliary Bishop of Greensburg, Pennsylvania, 1976
Box Folder
6 1 Administration: Staff House, 1945-1950
        Subjects: 1671 Madison St., N.W.
  2 Administration: Staff House, 1952-1955
        Subjects: 1671 Madison St., N.W.
  3 Administration: Staff House, 1958-1961
  4 Administration: Staff House, 1961-1962
        Subjects: Property Lines, Permit, Survey, Zoning, Title, Tax Exemption
  5 Administration: Staff House, 1962
        Subjects: Specifications
  6 Administration: Staff House, 1962
  7 Administration: Staff House, 1963
        Subjects: Certificate of Occupancy, September 6, 1963
  8 Administration: Staff House, 1963
        Subjects: Release of Liens and Claims, Payments, 1962-1963
  9 Administration: Staff House, 1963-1966
        Subjects: Certificate of Incorporation, October 5, 1961, Tax Exemption, Brief for Respondent, District of Columbia v. , St. John's Hall, Inc., Respondent
  10 Administration: War Bond Drives, 1941-1946
  11 Administration: Letters to Bishops, 1931-1940
  12 Administration: Letters to Bishops, 1941
  13 Administration: Letters to Bishops, 1942
  14 Administration: Letters to Bishops, 1943
  15 Administration: Letters to Bishops, 1944
  16 Administration: Letters to Bishops, 1945-1948
  17 Administration: Letters to Bishops, 1949
  18 Administration: Letters to Bishops, 1950-1951
  19 Administration: Letters to Bishops, 1952-1953
  20 Administration: Letters to Bishops, 1954-1955
Box Folder
7 1 Administration: Letters to Bishops, 1956
  2 Administration: Letters to Bishops, 1957
  3 Administration: Letters to Bishops, 1958
  4 Administration: Letters to Bishops, 1959
  5 Administration: Letters to Bishops, 1960
  6 Administration: Letters to Bishops, 1961
  7 Administration: Letters to Bishops, 1962
  8 Administration: Letters to Bishops, 1963
  9 Administration: Letters to Bishops, 1964
  10 Administration: Letters to Bishops, 1965
  11 Administration: Letters to Bishops, January-March 1966
  12 Administration: Letters to Bishops, April-December 1966
  13 Administration: Letters of Apostolic Delegate to the Bishops, 1931-1942
  14 Administration: Letters of Apostolic Delegate to the Bishops, 1943-1948
  15 Administration: Letters of Apostolic Delegate to the Bishops, 1949-1952
  16 Administration: Letters of Apostolic Delegate to the Bishops, 1953-1955
  17 Administration: Letters of Apostolic Delegate to the Bishops, 1956-1966
Box Folder
8 1 Church: General, 1919-1940
  2 Church: General, 1941-1943
  3 Church: General, 1944-1949
  4 Church: General, 1950-1953
  5 Church: General, 1954
        Subject: Mass Intentions
  6 Church: General, 1955
        Subject: Mass Intentions
  7 Church: General, 1956-1957
        Subject: Parapsychology, Msgr. William J. McDonald, CUA, Movement for a Better World, Riccardo Lombardi, S.J.
  8 Church: General, 1958-1959
  9 Church: General, 1960
  10 Church: General, 1961-1962
        Subjects: New York World's Fair, 1964, W. Paul Collins on Father Damien of Molokai, Report on Tithing
  11 Church: General, 1963-1964
        Subjects: St. Mary's Cathedral, San Francisco
  12 Church: General, 1965
        Subjects: Legal Challenges to the Catholic Church at the State Level
  13 Church: General, 1966
        Subjects: Revision of Code of Canon Law, Alienation of Church Property
  14 Church: Anti-Catholic Propaganda, 1920-1923
        Subjects: Georgia's 'Senator Thomas E. Watson's Slanders agains Good Shepherd Sisterhood.'
  15 Church: Anti-Catholic Propaganda, 1924-1928
        Subjects: Ellery Sedgwick, editor, The Atlantic Monthly, Janurary 1928, 'The Catholic Church and the Modern Mind.'
  16 Church: Anti-Catholic Propaganda, 1929-1934
        Subjects: Ellery Sedgwick, editor, The Atlantic Monthly, Janurary 1928, 'The Catholic Church and the Modern Mind.'
  17 Church: Anti-Catholic Propaganda, 1935-1942
        Subjects: Rev. Peter Whiffin; Time and Life, 1938 - 1940, Henry R. Luce to M.J. Ready, March 8, 1940
  18 Church: Anti-Catholic Propaganda, 1943-1954
        Subjects: The Christian Century, November 29, 1944 - January 17, 1945
  19 Church: Anti-Catholic Propaganda, 1955-1960
        Subjects: The Christian Century, November 29, 1944 - January 17, 1945
  20 Church: Anti-Catholic Propaganda, 1961-1963
        Subjects: Vietnam, 1963
  21 Church: Anti-Catholic Propaganda, 1964-1966
  22 Church: Anti-Catholic Propaganda: Blanchard, Paul, 1947-1951
  23 Church: Anti-Catholic Propaganda: Blanchard, Paul, 1953
        Subject: Revocation of the American citizenship of Archbishop Gerald P. O'Hara, Representatives of the Holy See, Memoranda, February 21 and March 12, 1953
  24 Church: Anti-Catholic Propaganda: Colombia, 1950-1955
  25 Church: Anti-Catholic Propaganda: Colombia, 1957-1960
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9 BV Church: Cemeteries: National Cemetery Conference Eight Annual Conference, Volume I, 1955
  BV Church: Cemeteries: National Cemetery Conference Eight Annual Conference, Volume II, 1955
  1 Church: Anti-Catholic Propaganda: Converted Catholic, 1942-1946
  2 Church: Anti-Catholic Propaganda: Latin America, 1923-1955
        Subjects: Nicaragua; Brazil; Protestant missionaries
  3 Church: Anti-Catholic Propaganda: Latin America, 1956
  4 Church: Anti-Catholic Propaganda: Bogota Conference, 1955
  5 Church: Anti-Catholic Propaganda: Protestants in Italy, 1922-1955
  6 Church: Apostolic Delegation, 1928-1942
        Subjects: Memorandum of conversation between Sumner Welles and Archbishop Cicognani, June 29, 1939, re Papal peace efforts in Europe
  7 Church: Apostolic Delegation, 1946-1952
  8 Church: Apostolic Delegation, 1953-1955
  9 Church: Apostolic Delegation, 1956-1958
  10 Church: Apostolic Delegation, 1959-1960
  11 Church: Apostolic Delegation, 1961-1966
  12 Church: Catholic Action, 1932-1954
  13 Church: Catholic Action: Clerical Catholic Action Union of Catholic University of America, 1937-1938
  14 Church: Cemeteries, 1929-1942
        Subjects: New York; Chicago
  15 Church: Cemeteries, 1944-1949
        Subjects: National cemeteries; National Catholic Cemetery Conference
  16 Church: Cemeteries, 1950
        Subjects: National cemeteries; National Catholic Cemetery Conference
  17 Church: Cemeteries, 1951-1955
        Subjects: National cemeteries; National Catholic Cemetery Conference
  18 Church: Cemeteries, 1956-1966
        Subjects: National cemeteries; National Catholic Cemetery Conference
  19 Church: Christus Dominus (Apostolic Constitution), 1953
  20 Church: Church and State, 1920-1923
        NCWC #186-C. Subjects: Validity of 'Language prohibition laws,' Nebraska, Michigan private schools
  21 Church: Church and State, 1924-1928
        Subjects: Hilaire Belloc article, 1924, Oregon School Case, Ardmore, Oklahoma schools, Political campaign, 1928, American Russian Relief, 1928
  22 Church: Church and State, 1929-1944
        Subjects: Oklahoma 'Boarding Home and Child-Placing Agnecy' Bill, 1929; Federal Department of Education, 1931
  23 Church: Church and State, 1945-1947
        Subjects: Catholic School, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, Bishop G. Bromley Oxnam, Protestants and Other Americans United
  24 Church: Church and State, 1948
        Subjects: Catholic School, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, Bishop G. Bromley Oxnam, Protestants and Other Americans United
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10 1 Church: Church and State, 1949-1950
        Subjects: Samuel McCrea Cavert, Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America, Bishop G. Bromley Oxnam, Colman Barry, OSB, Protestant Theory of Persecution.
  2 Church: Church and State, 1951-1953
        Subjects: Robert Shorb case, Boone, Iowa, Protestants and Other Americans United
  3 Church: Church and State, 1954-1955
        Subjects: Robert C. Hartnett, S.J., State Toleration of Minority Religious Groups.
  4 Church: Church and State, 1956-1957
        Subjects: Knighthood of St. Gregory the Great awarded to John W. McCormack and John Rooney, School bus cases
  5 Church: Church and State, 1958
        Subjects: 'The Catholic's Loyalty to God and to Country.'
  6 Church: Church and State, 1959
  7 Church: Church and State, 1960
        Subjects: Religious Issue in the 1960 presidential campaign
  8 Church: Church and State, 1961-1962
        Subjects: New York Regents' Prayer Case (Engel v. Vitale)
  9 Church: Church and State, 1963
        Subjects: George G. Higgins to P.A. O'Boyle, June 25, 1963
  10 Church: Church and State, January-June 1964
  11 Church: Church and State, July-December 1964
        Subjects: Testimony before the 1964 Republican and Democratic National Conventions
  12 Church: Church and State, 1964
        Subjects: National Study Conference on Church and State, Columbus, Ohio, February 4-7, 1964, sponsored by National Council of Churches
  13 Church: Church and State, 1965-1966
  14 Church: Church and State: Adoption Cases, 1957
  15 Church: Church and State: Bible Reading in the Public Schools, 1921-1931
  16 Church: Church and State: Bible Reading in the Public Schools, 1949-1955
  17 Church: Church and State: Bible Reading in the Public Schools, 1956-1961
  18 Church: Church and State: Catholic-Public Schools, 1923-1948
  19 Church: Church and State: Catholic-Public Schools, 1949-1955
        Subjects: Colorado, 1949; St. Mary's Indian School, Odanah, Wisconsin; Johnsburg, Illinois, 1953; Rawlings v. Butler, Kentucky, 1953-1954
  20 Church: Church and State: Catholic-Public Schools: New Mexico, 1948-1949
  21 Church: Church and State: Catholic-Public Schools: New Mexico, 1949-1953
  22 Church: Church and State: Catholic-Public Schools: North Dakota, 1934-1936
  23 Church: Church and State: Catholic-Public Schools: North Dakota, 1947-1948
  24 Church: Church and State: Correspondence..., 1927
        Subjects: State Legislation on Ante-Nuptial Agreements; Bible Reading in Schools
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11 1 Church: Church and State: Envoy to the Vatican, 1939-1950
  2 Church: Church and State: Envoy to the Vatican, 1951
  3 Church: Church and State: Envoy to the Vatican, 1952-1955
  4 Church: Church and State: Envoy to the Vatican, 1959
  5 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education, 1920-1929
  6 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education, 1930-1935
        Subjects: Louisiana, 1930; Ohio, 1933
  7 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education, 1936-1939
  8 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education, 1940-1943
        Subjects: Thomas-Hill Bill, 1943
  9 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education, 1944-1945
        Subjects: Thomas-Hill Bill: 'Educational Finance Act of 1945'; Mead-Aiken Bill
  10 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education, 1946-March 1947
        Subjects: Mead-Aiken Bill, 1945; Financial Assistance to U.S.-supported Educational Institutions Abroad; Thomas-Hill-Taft Bill; Fulbright Bill; Everson v. Board of Education
  11 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education, March-July 1947
  12 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education, September 1947-1948
  13 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education, January-June 1949
  14 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education, July-December 1949
  15 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education, 1949-1950
        Subjects: Eleanor Roosevelt and Cardinal Spellman on the Barden Bill
  16 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education, 1950
  17 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education, 1951-1954
  18 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education, 1955
  19 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education, 1956
  20 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education, 1957
  21 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education, 1958
  22 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education, 1959
        Subjects: J.F. Kennedy to Card. Cushing, June 15, 1959
  23 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education, 1960
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12 1 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education, January-February 1961
  2 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education, March 1961
  3 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education, April-May 1961
  4 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education, June-August 1961
  5 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education, September-October 1961
  6 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education, November-December 1961
  7 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education, March-December 1961
  8 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education, January 1961
  9 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education, February-April 1962
  10 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education, May-July 1962
  11 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education, August-September 1962
  12 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education, October-December 1962
  13 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education, 1962
  14 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education, January-May 1963
  15 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education, June-December 1963
  16 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education: 'Confidential' Memoranda, 1960-1962
  17 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education: 'Confidential' Memoranda, 1963
  18 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education, January-June 1964
  19 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education, July-December 1964
  20 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education, January-April 1965
  21 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education, May 1965
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13 1 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education, June-August 1965
  2 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education, September 1965
  3 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education, October 1965
  4 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education, November-December 1965
  5 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education: Financial Statements, 1961-1965
  6 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education, January-February 1966
  7 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education, March 1966
  8 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education, April-June 1966
  9 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education, July-August 1966
  10 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education, September-November 1966
  11 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education: Georgetown University Study, 1961-1963
  12 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education: Georgetown University Study, 1964-1965
  13 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education: Georgetown University Study, 1963
        Subjects: Publication agreement for Freedom from Federal Establishment, April 30, 1964; Copyright registration, December 7, 1964; Freedom from Federal Establishment, Temporary edition
  14 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education: Higher Education, 1962-1966
  15 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education: Public Relations, 1961
  16 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education: Public Relations, January-February 1962
  17 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education: Public Relations, March 1962
  18 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education: Public Relations, April-May 1962
  19 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education: Public Relations, June-July 1962
  20 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education: Public Relations, August-December 1962
        Subjects: Memoranda on NCWC Activities concerning Federal Aid to Education, October 1, 1962
  21 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education: Public Relations, 1963-1966
        Subjects: Memoranda on NCWC Activities concerning Federal Aid to Education, October 1, 1962
  22 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education: Public Relations: Diocesan Material, April-August 1962
  23 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education: Public Relations: Diocesan Material, September 1962-1963
  24 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education: Public Relations: Movies and Filmstrip, 1962
        Subjects: Who Is My Neighbor?
  25 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education: Public Relations: Movies and Filmstrip, 1963-1965
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14 1 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education: Public Relations: Public Opinion Poll, 1962
        Subjects: Poll conducted by Opinion Research Corporation, New Jersey
  2 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education: Public Relations: Public Opinion Poll, 1963
  3 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education: Public Relations: Resource Material, 1962-1963
        Subjects: William B. Ball; William R. Consedine
  4 Church: Church and State: Federal Aid to Education: Public Relations: Speakers Bureau, 1962-1963
  5 Church: Church and State: Hennings Committee (Senate Sub-committee on Constitutional Rights), July-September 1955
  6 Church: Church and State: Hennings Committee (Senate Sub-committee on Constitutional Rights), October-November 1955
  7 Church: Church and State: Oregon School Case, 1922-1923
  8 Church: Church and State: Oregon School Case, January-June 1924
        Subjects: John J. Burke to Peter J. Muldoon, December 23, 1923
  9 Church: Church and State: Oregon School Case, July-December 1924
  10 Church: Church and State: Oregon School Case, January-April 1925
  11 Church: Church and State: Oregon School Case, May 1925-December 1926
  12 Church: Church and State: Ottaviani, Afredo, March 2, 1953
  13 Church: Church and State: Panama (Canal Zone) School Case, 1935-1936
  14 Church: Church and State: Panama (Canal Zone) School Case, 1949-1950
  15 Church: Church and State: Parsons' Study on the First Amendment, 1947-1948
        Persons: Wilfrid Parsons, S.J.
  16 Church: Church and State: Purcell's Study on the First Amendment, 1947-1950
        Persons: Richard J. Purcell
  17 Church: Church and State: Purcell's Study on the First Amendment, 1947-1950
        Persons: Richard J. Purcell
  18 Church: Church and State: Released Time, 1940-1943
  19 Church: Church and State: Released Time, 1944-1955
  20 Church: Church and State: Released Time, 1959-1960
  21 Church: Church and State: Released Time: McCollum Case, January 1947-April 1948
  22 Church: Church and State: Released Time: McCollum Case, May 1948-January 1949
        Subjects: Survey on 'Catholic public' schools New Mexico religious case
  23 Church: Church and State: Released Time: McCollum Case: Legal Briefs, 1946-1947
  24 Church: Church and State: Released Time: McCollum Case: Legal Briefs, 1947
  25 Church: Church and State: Oregon School Case: Transcript of Discussions, Motions, Etc., July 1924-December 1924
        Legal sized.
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15 1 Church: Church and State: Released Time: New York Case, 1948
  2 Church: Church and State: Released Time: New York: Zorach v. Clauson, July 11, 1951
  3 Church: Church and State: Released Time: New York: Zorach v. Clauson, 1952
  4 Church: Church and State: School Bus Cases, 1935-1949
        Subjects: New York, Maryland, Oregon, Kentucky, California, Wisconson, North Carolina, Minnesota
  5 Church: Church and State: School Bus Cases, 1950-1955
        Subjects: Zellers v. Huff, Rio Arriba County, New Mexico; Transportation of Children of Military Personnel, 1954
  6 Church: Church and State: School Bus Cases, 1956-1965
  7 Church: Church and State: School Bus Cases: Alaska, 1955-1961
  8 Church: Church and State: School Bus Cases: New Jersey Case: Everson v. Board of Education, June 1941-July 1946
  9 Church: Church and State: School Bus Cases: New Jersey Case: Everson v. Board of Education, August-October 1946
  10 Church: Church and State: School Bus Cases: New Jersey Case: Everson v. Board of Education, October-December 1946
  11 Church: Church and State: School Bus Cases: New Jersey Case: Everson v. Board of Education, 1947
  12 Church: Church and State: School Bus Cases: New Jersey Case: Everson v. Board of Education (Legal Briefs), 1945-1946
  13 Church: Church and State: School Bus Cases: Oklahoma case: Gurney et al. v. Ferguson et al., 1940-1942
  14 Church: Church and State: School Bus Cases: Pennsylvania Case: Connell v. Board of School Directors of Township of Kennett Square, 1941-1947
  15 Church: Church and State: School Bus Cases: Washington Case: Visser Case, 1947-1949
  16 Church: Church and State: School Lunch Program, 1945-1947
  17 Church: Church and State: School Lunch Program, 1955-1961
  18 Church: Church and State: Zoning, 1931
        Subjects: Oregon
  19 Church: Church and State: Zoning, 1949-1956
        Subjects: Latter Day Saints v. Porterville, CA, 1949; Temple of Light v. Boston Edison Protective Association; Jehovah's Witnesses v. City of Tampa, Florida, 1950
  20 Church: Clergy, 1925-1941
        Subjects: Mainly questions of visa status Persons: Rev. Angelo Salvatore Bianco, 1937-1938; Rev. Basil Benyo, 1940; Rev. Heinrich L. Hoffmann, 1941
  21 Church: Clergy, 1942-1944
        Persons: Rev. John Ordinas, Denver, Colorado; Rev. John F.A. Cavanagh-Donnelly, Corpus Christi, Texas; Rev. Leo G. Doetterl, Dunn, North Carolina; Rev. Jose Sousa Bettencourt, Fall River, Massachusetts; Rev. Paul Schulte, O.M.I., the Flying Priest
  22 Church: Clergy, 1945-1950
        Persons: Msgr. Otto B. Schurmann, New Orleans, Lousiana; Rev. Ludwik Bombas, Senior Chaplain, Polish Forces; Bishop Louis Shvoy, Hungary; National Clergy Conference on Alcoholoism, 1949; Bernard De Voto re Rev. Juan Domenech
  23 Church: Clergy, 1951-1954
        Persons: Rev. Tomislaus Kolakovic, author of God's Underground; Rev. John LaFarge, S.J.; Rev. Clarence Duffy; Rev. Edward J. Killion, C.SS.R.; Msgr. Guilio Penitenti, Rome
  24 Church: Clergy, 1955
        Persons: Rev. Leonard Feeney, St. Bendict's Center, Massachusetts
  25 Church: Clergy, 1956-1957
        Persons: Rev. Joseph Thorning, 1940-1957; Rev. Pierre Paul Pothier
  26 Church: Clergy, 1958-1959
        Persons: Rev. Hugh Halton, O.P.
  27 Church: Clergy, 1960-1961
  28 Church: Clergy, 1962-1966
  29 Church: Clergy: Bogus Priests, 1925-1955
        Persons: W.R. Rynn; Alexis Ichou; Hirco Chayne (Chahin); Jose E. Davila Garza
  30 Church: Clergy: Bogus Priests, 1957-1966
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16 1 Church: Clergy: Coughlin, Charles, Royal Oak, Michigan, 1930 - 1936
  2 Church: Clergy: Coughlin, Charles, Royal Oak, Michigan, 1937 - 1938
  3 Church: Clergy: Coughlin, Charles, Royal Oak, Michigan, 1939 - 1941
  4 Church: Clergy: Coughlin, Charles, Royal Oak, Michigan, 1942
  5 Church: Clergy: Coughlin, Charles, Royal Oak, Michigan, 1943-1946
  6 Church: Clergy: Former Priests, 1928-1955
        Persons: Joseph McCabe; Bernard Fresenborg; George La Piana; Thomas Daly, Philadelphia; Arthur W. Terminiello; Alexis Pelypenko, Stanislaus A. Przybysz; Luis Sarasola; Emmett McLoughlin
  7 Church: Clergy: Former Priests, 1960-1966
        Persons: A.F. Carrillo de Albornoz
  8 Church: Clergy: Lobo, Leocadio, 1939
        Persons: Spanish priest, suspended, who lectured for the Loyalists
  9 Church: Clergy: O'Flanagan, Michael, 1937-1939
        Persons: Leader of the Irish Republican movement and President of the Sinn Fein in 1918, who lectured for the Loyalists of Spain
  10 Church: Clergy: Priests' Senates, 1966
  11 Church: Clergy: Retreat Masters List, 1953-1954
  12 Church: Clergy: Retreat Masters List, 1957-1963
  13 Church: Clergy: Eastern Rites, 1923-1943
        Subjects: Ruthenians, 1923
  14 Church: Clergy: Eastern Rites, 1944-1953
        Persons: Alexis Gierowski, Secretary General, Carpatho-Russian Union
  15 Church: Ecumenical Council, 1959-1961
        Persons: Rev. John A. O'Brien
  16 Church: Ecumenical Council, January-June 1962
  17 Church: Ecumenical Council, July-December 1962
  18 Church: Ecumenical Council, January-June 1963
  19 Church: Ecumenical Council, July-August 1963
        Subjects: De Ecclesia; De Libertate Religiousa et de Habitudine inter Ecclesiam et Statum
  20 Church: Ecumenical Council, September-December 1963
  21 Church: Ecumenical Council, 1964
  22 Church: Ecumenical Council, January-August 1965
  23 Church: Ecumenical Council, September 1965
  24 Church: Ecumenical Council, October-December 1965
  25 Church: Ecumenical Council, 1966
  26 Church: Ecumenical Council: Press, 1962
  27 Church: Ecumenical Council: Press, 1962
        English language clippings from L'Osservatore Romano of opening sessions of Vatican Council II
  28 Church: Ecumenical Council: Press, January-July 1963
  29 Church: Ecumenical Council: Press, August-December 1963
  30 Church: Ecumenical Council: Press, 1964-1965
        photographs of press panel members, November 1964
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17 1 Church: Ecumenical Council: Schemas, 1963
        Subjects: Decree on the Apostolate of Lay People; Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy; Decree on the Pastoral Office of Bishops in the Church; Decree on Ecumenism
  2 Church: Ecumenical Council: Schemas, 1964-1965
        Subjects: Constitution on Divine Revelation; Decree on the Apostolate of Lay People
  3 Church: Ecumenical Council: Travel Arrangements, 1961-1962
  4 Church: Ecumenical Council: Travel Arrangements, 1963-1964
  5 Church: Ecumenical Council: Travel Arrangements, 1965
  6 Church: Episcopal Conferences, 1960-1966
  7 Church: Fire Prevention, 1956-1957
        Subjects: Registration of trademark, The Burning Question, May 21, 1957; August 6, 1957
  8 Church: Fire Prevention, 1958-1959
  9 Church: Fire Prevention, 1960-1961
  10 Church: Fire Prevention, 1962-1966
  11 NCWC: Church: Fire Prevention: The Burning Question, 1956-1968
  12 Church: Hierarchy, 1920-1940
        This contains chiefly announcements of appointments, notes of congratuations, obituaries, messages of sympathy.
  13 Church: Hierarchy, 1941-1942
        Persons: Bishop John Buchko, Ukrainian Catholic, 1941; Bishop Joseph M. Corrigan, obituary, 1942; Archbishop Richard Pittini, Santo Domingo, 1941-1942, Bishop John F. Noll, 1939-1942
  14 Church: Hierarchy, 1943-1944
        Persons: Bishop Francis J. Haas; Archbishop Edward J. Hanna's death; Bishop John A. Duffy, Buffalo, 1944
  15 Church: Hierarchy, 1945-1946
        Persons: Archbishop Bernard Griffin, Westminster
  16 Church: Hierarchy, 1947-1948
        Persons: Archbishop Patrick A. O'Boyle; Archbishop John T. McNicholas, O.P.
  17 Church: Hierarchy, 1949
  18 Church: Hierarchy, 1950
        Persons: Archbishop John T. McNicholas, O.P., death; Bishop John F. Noll
  19 Church: Hierarchy, 1951
        Persons: Archbishop Aloisius J. Muench; Bishop Fulton Sheen
  20 Church: Hierarchy, 1952
  21 Church: Hierarchy, 1953
        Persons: Bishop Bryan J. McEntergart named Rector of Catholic University; Bishop John J. Krol; Bishop Francis J. Haas; Archbishop John F. Noll
  22 Church: Hierarchy, 1954
        Persons: Cardinal Arthur Hinsley, Westminster, statement in The Fighting Cardinal; Colliers, Sept. 26, 1942; Bishop Jerome D. Hannan
  23 Church: Hierarchy, 1955
        Subjects: Rules for precedence
  24 Church: Hierarchy, 1956
        Persons: Archbishop John T. McNicholas, O.P.
  25 Church: Hierarchy, 1957
  26 Church: Hierarchy, 1958
        Persons: Cardinal Samuel Stritch
  27 Church: Hierarchy, 1959
  28 Church: Hierarchy, 1960
        Persons: Bishop Howard J. Carroll
  29 Church: Hierarchy, 1961
  30 Church: Hierarchy, 1962
        Persons: Cardinal Aloisius Muench; Bishop Eldon B. Schuster
  31 Church: Hierarchy, 1963
  32 Church: Hierarchy, 1964
        Persons: Bishop William J. McDonald
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18 1 Church: Hierarchy, January-June 1965
  2 Church: Hierarchy, July-December 1965
        Persons: Bishop Paul F. Tanner
  3 Church: Hierarchy, January-June 1966
        Persons: Bishop Ernest J. Primeau re Apparitions at Garabandal
  4 Church: Hierarchy, July-December 1966
  5 Church: Hierarchy: Specialization, 1966-1967
  6 Church: Hierarchy: Ready, Michael J., Bishop.: Consecration, 1944
  7 Church: Hierarchy: Ready, Michael J., Bishop: Death, May 2, 1957
  8 Church: Hierarchy: Carroll, Howard J., Bishop: Consecration, 1957-1958
  9 Church: Hierarchy: Carroll, Howard J., Bishop: Death, March 21, 1960
  10 Church: Hierarchy: Tanner, Paul F., Bishop: Consecration, 1965
        Subject: Coat of arms
  11 Church: Hierarchy: Tanner, Paul F., Bishop: Consecration, 1965
  12 Church: Inter-Credal Cooperation, 1928-1939
        Subject: Memorandum of John J. Burke, November 1928
  13 Church: Inter-Credal Cooperation, 1940-1944
        Subject: Federal Council of the Churches of Christ, 1942; Principles of Cooperation for Catholics with Other Groups, 1943
  14 Church: Inter-Credal Cooperation, 1945-1949
        Subject: John H. Eliot, National Conference of Christians and Jews; L. Finkelstein, Jewish Theological Seminary of America
  15 Church: Inter-Credal Cooperation, 1950-1952
  16 Church: Inter-Credal Cooperation, 1953-1954
        Subjects: World Brotherhood
  17 Church: Inter-Credal Cooperation, 1955
  18 Church: Inter-Credal Cooperation, 1956-1959
  19 Church: Inter-Credal Cooperation, 1960-1961
  20 Church: Inter-Credal Cooperation, 1962
  21 Church: Inter-Credal Cooperation, 1963
  22 Church: Inter-Credal Cooperation, 1964
  23 Church: Inter-Credal Cooperation, 1965
  24 Church: Inter-Credal Cooperation, January-June 1966
  25 Church: Inter-Credal Cooperation, July-December 1966
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19 1 Church: Inter-Credal Cooperation: Evanston Meeting of World Council of Churches, 1954-1955
  2 Church: Inter-Credal Cooperation: Moral Rearmament Movement, 1945-1951
  3 Church: Inter-Credal Cooperation: Moral Rearmament Movement, 1952-1955
  4 Church: Inter-Credal Cooperation: Moral Rearmament Movement, 1955-1961
  5 Church: Inter-Credal Cooperation: National Conference of Christians and Jews, 1927-1938
  6 Church: Inter-Credal Cooperation: World Alliance for International Friendship through Churches and Church Peace Union, 1923-1938
  7 Church: Liturgy, 1925-1942
  8 Church: Liturgy, 1943-1949
  9 Church: Liturgy, 1950-1953
        Subjects: Red Mass in Washington, D.C.; Affiliation of Liturgical Conference; Mass in honor of St. Dismas
  10 Church: Liturgy, 1954-1955
  11 Church: Liturgy, 1956
        Subjects: Pauline Privilege; Mass of St. Joseph the Worker on Labor Day; Shorter Form of the Profession of Faith; Eucharistic Fast; English Ritual, 1953 - 1956
  12 Church: Liturgy, 1957-1958
        Subjects: Modifications of Holy Week Liturgy; Bination on Certain Weekdays, 1954 - 1957; Establishment of Bishops Commission on the Liturgical Apostolate
  13 Church: Liturgy, 1959
        Subjects: Votive Mass of the Immaculate Heart of Mary; Bishops' Commission on the Liturgical Apostolate; Custody of the Holy Eucharist
  14 Church: Liturgy, 1960
        Subjects: Distribution of the Holy Eucharist in the Evening; Prayers after Low Mass; Reform of the Breviary and Roman Missal; Copyright of Collectio Rituum
  15 Church: Liturgy, 1961
        Subjects: Copyright of Collectio Rituum, July 17, 1961
  16 Church: Liturgy, 1962
  17 Church: Liturgy, 1963
        Subjects: Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe
  18 Church: Liturgy, January-March 1964
  19 Church: Liturgy, April-September 1964
        Subjects: Rescript concerning the use of English in the Liturgy, May 1, 1964; Copyright of Collectio Rituum, October 13, 1964
  20 Church: Liturgy, October-December 1964
  21 Church: Liturgy, 1965
  22 Church: Liturgy, January-July 1966
  23 Church: Liturgy, August-December 1966
  24 Church: Liturgy: Assumption Dogma, 1938-1951
  25 Church: Liturgy: Fast and Abstinence, 1936-1955
  26 Church: Liturgy: Fast and Abstinence, 1956-1959
  27 Church: Liturgy: Fast and Abstinence, 1960-1965
  28 Church: Liturgy: Fast and Abstinence, 1966
  29 Church: Liturgy: Mass, 1966
  30 Church: Liturgy: Missal and Ritual, 1964
        Subjects: Permissions to use the English text of the Roman Missal and the Collectio Rituum
  31 Church: Liturgy: Missal and Ritual, 1965
  32 Church: Liturgy: Prayers, 1931-1949
        Subjects: Prayers after Mass
  33 Church: Liturgy: Prayers, 1956-1966
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20 1 Church: Marian Year, 1954
  2 Church: Missions, 1921-1944
        Subjects: Statistics on Missionaries in China; Native Americans in New Mexico; Hong Kong
  3 Church: Missions, 1945-1949
        Subjects: Need for a Mission Secretariat; China; Native Americans
  4 Church: Missions, 1950-1951
        Subjects: Julius Schick, C.M., C.U.A. Master's thesis concerning missionaries in China, 1927-1932
  5 Church: Missions, 1952-1953
  6 Church: Missions, 1955
  7 Church: Missions, 1957-1960
  8 Church: Missions, 1961-1965
        Subjects: Beginning of CARA, 1964
  9 Church: Missions, 1966
  10 Church: Missions: Japan, 1946-1948
  11 Church: Missions: Mission Secretariat, 1949-1952
        Origin
  12 Church: Missions: Mission Secretariat, 1957-1966
  13 Church: Missions: Spanish Colonial Missions, 1935-1949
        Subjects: Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, California
  14 Church: Missions: Religious Orders, 1925-1943
  15 Church: Missions: Religious Orders, 1940-1955
  16 Church: Missions: Religious Orders, 1956-1960
        Subjects: Sister Formation Conference, 1959; Memo on History of the NCEA, 1959; Approval of Conferences of Major Religious Superiors of Men and of Women, 1959; Salvatorian Fathers Investment-Grant Program, 1960
  17 Church: Missions: Religious Orders, 1961-1962
        Subjects: Report on a Study of the Sources of Vocations to American Sisterhoods, 1961
  18 Church: Missions: Religious Orders, 1963-1965
        Subjects: Conference of Major Superiors of Men
  19 Church: Missions: Religious Orders, 1966
        Subjects: Society of the Divine Savior/Salvatorians
  20 Church: Shrine of St. Therese, Alaska, 1945
  21 Church: Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, 1946-1955
  22 Church: Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, 1955-1966
  23 Church: State Catholic Conferences, 1964-1965
  24 Church: State Catholic Conferences: Colorado, 1966
  25 Church: State Catholic Conferences: Michigan, July 1965-1966
  26 Church: State Catholic Conferences: Michigan, August-December 1966
  27 Church: Statistics, 1929-1944
        Subjects: Catholic statistical yearbook
  28 Church: Statistics, 1945-1950
        Subjects: Census of Religious Bodies, Bureau of Census
  29 Church: Statistics, 1951
        Subjects: Catholic population density map
  30 Church: Statistics, 1952-1954
  31 Church: Statistics, 1955
  32 Church: Statistics, 1956
        Subject: Catholic voters and the Democratic national ticket
  33 Church: Statistics, 1957-1960
        Subject: "Cautio" of the Secretariat of State, April 7, 1958; September 10, 1959
  34 Church: Statistics, 1961-1963
        Subject: "Cautio" of the Secretariat of State, April 7, 1958; September 10, 1959
  35 Church: Statistics, 1964-1966
Box Folder
21 1 Church: Statistics: American Catholics in World War II, 1941-1944
  2 Church: Statistics: American Catholics in World War II, 1945-1948
  3 Church: Statistics: 1960 Census, 1956-1962
  4 Church: Vatican, 1931-1941
        Subjects: M. Dalrymple, Fortune, 1939, Re: Pope Pius XII, photo of latter moved to box 209.
  5 Church: Vatican, 1929
        Laws of Vatican City; Mr. Montavon has charge of seeing to their translation.
  6 Church: Vatican, 1942
        Subjects: Exchange of envoys between the Vatican and Japan and between the Vatican and China
  7 Church: Vatican, 1943-1944
        Subjects: Memorandum of meeting between F.D. Roosevelt and Archbishops Mooney, Stritch, and Spellman and Msgr. W. Carroll, September 15, 1943, re Rome as an open city F.D. Roosevelt to Archbishop E. Mooney, October 2, 1944
  8 Church: Vatican, 1945-1949
  9 Church: Vatican, 1951-1955
        Subjects: Visit of Msgr. G.B. Montini to the U.S., August 1951; Diplomatic representation at Vatican City; Disallowance by State Department of claim for damages to Castel Gandolfo, 1953
  10 Church: Vatican, 1956-1957
        Subjects: War damages to Castel Gandolfo
  11 Church: Vatican, 1958-1961
        Subjects: Distinction between the Holy See and the State of Vatican City; Papal awards to U.S. government officials, 1960
  12 Church: Vatican, 1962-1963
        Subjects: Hubert H. Humphrey, September 28, 1962; Societa Generale Immobiliare, builders of Watergate
  13 Church: Vatican, 1964-1966
  14 Church: Vatican: Brussels Exhibit, 1954-1956
  15 Church: Vatican: Brussels Exhibit, January-June 1957
  16 Church: Vatican: Brussels Exhibit, July-December 1957
  17 Church: Vatican: Brussels Exhibit, 1958-1962
  18 Church: Vatican: Brussels Exhibit: Civitas Dei, no. 1-10, 1956
  19 Church: Vatican: Brussels Exhibit: McVinney, Russell J., Bishop, 1956
  20 Church: Vatican: Brussels Exhibit: Publicity Material, 1956-1957
  21 Church: Vatican: Concordats, 1906-1955
        Subjects: Austria, 1934; Haiti, 1940; Colombia, 1942; Spain 1953
  22 Church: Vatican: Concordats: Italian Concordat, 1929
  23 Church: Vatican: Concordats: Italian Concordat, 1931
        Subject: Conflict over Catholic Action
  24 Church: Vatican: Ecumenical Institute for Advanced Theological Study, 1964-1965
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22 1 Church: Vatican: Holy Father, August 10 1927
  2 Church: Vatican: Holy Father, 1928-1936
  3 Church: Vatican: Holy Father, 1937-1938
  4 Church: Vatican: Holy Father, 1939
  5 Church: Vatican: Holy Father, 1940-1941
  6 Church: Vatican: Holy Father, 1942-1943
  7 Church: Vatican: Holy Father, 1944-1949
        Subjects: Pius XII to Archbishop John G. Murray, Chairman of Press Dept., October 2, 1944, commending NCWC Press
  8 Church: Vatican: Holy Father, 1950
  9 Church: Vatican: Holy Father, 1951
  10 Church: Vatican: Holy Father, 1952
  11 Church: Vatican: Holy Father, 1953
  12 Church: Vatican: Holy Father, 1954
  13 Church: Vatican: Holy Father, 1955
  14 Church: Vatican: Holy Father, 1956
  15 Church: Vatican: Holy Father, 1957
        Subjects: Concerning Religious and Moral Aspects of Pain and Prevention in Medical Practice, February 24, 1957
  16 Church: Vatican: Holy Father, 1958
  17 Church: Vatican: Holy Father, 1959
  18 Church: Vatican: Holy Father, 1960
  19 Church: Vatican: Holy Father, 1961-1962
  20 Church: Vatican: Holy Father, 1963-1964
  21 Church: Vatican: Holy Father: Encyclicals, 1919-1931
  22 Church: Vatican: Holy Father: Encyclicals, 1919-1931
  23 Church: Vatican: Holy Father: Encyclicals, 1932-1936
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23 1 Church: Vatican: Holy Father: Encyclicals, 1937-1939
  2 Church: Vatican: Holy Father: Encyclicals, 1941-1951
  3 Church: Vatican: Holy Father: Encyclicals, 1953-1955
  4 Church: Vatican: Holy Father: Encyclicals, 1956-1958
  5 Church: Vatican: Holy Father: Encyclicals, 1959-1962
  6 Church: Vatican: Holy Father: Encyclicals, 1963
  7 Church: Vatican: Holy Father: Encyclicals, 1964-1966
  8 Church: Vatican: Holy Father: Encyclicals: Correspondence, 1931-1940
        Subjects: Folders mainly concern anniversary celebrations of Rerum Novarum and Quadragesimo Anno; faulty translations into English of encyclicals
  9 Church: Vatican: Holy Father: Jubilees, 1942-1954
  10 Church: Vatican: Holy Year, 1933
  11 Church: Vatican: Holy Year, January 1949-April 1950
  12 Church: Vatican: Holy Year, May 1950-1953
  13 Church: Vatican: Holy Year: Exhibits, 1949-1953
  14 Church: Vatican: Holy Year: N.C.W.C. News Service Clippings, 1949-1951
  15 Church: Vatican: Holy Year: Transportation and Travel, 1949-1950
  16 Church: Vatican: World's Fair, New York, 1963
  17 Church: Vocations, 1960-1961
  18 Church: Vocations, 1962-1966
        Subjects: First International Congress on Ecclesiastical Vocations, 1962
  19 Communism: General, 1923-1936
  20 Communism, 1937
  21 Communism, 1938
  22 Communism, 1939-1942
  23 Communism, 1943
  24 Communism, 1944
  25 Communism, 1945
  26 Communism, 1946
  27 Communism, 1947
  28 Communism, 1948
  29 Communism, 1949
  30 Communism, 1950
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24 1 Communism, 1951-1952
  2 Communism, January-June 1953
        Subjects: Abp. Cicognani re Julius and Ethel Rosenberg; All-American Conference to Combat Communism, 1950-
  3 Communism, July-December 1953
  4 Communism, January-March 1954
  5 Communism, April-May 1954
  6 Communism, June-October 1954
  7 Communism, November-December 1954
        Subjects: Foundation for Religious Action in Social and Civil Order
  8 Communism, 1955
  9 Communism, January-June 1956
  10 Communism, July-December 1956
  11 Communism, 1957
  12 Communism, 1958-1960
  13 Communism, 1961-1966
  14 Communism: Bulgaria, 1946-1953
  15 Communism: China: Vatican and the Sino-Japanese War, 1937
  16 Communism: China, 1949-1954
  17 Communism: Cronin, John F., Report, 1945
  18 Communism: Cronin, John F., Report, 1945
  19 Communism: Cronin, John F., Report, 1945
  20 Communism: Czechoslovakia, 1945-1946
  21 Communism: Czechoslovakia, 1947-1948
        Subjects: Rev. Florian C. Billy, O.M.C., Slovak Catholic Federation of America
  22 Communism: Czechoslovakia, 1949
  23 Communism: Czechoslovakia, 1950
  24 Communism: Czechoslovakia, 1951-1955
  25 Communism: Czechoslovakia: Fiala, Josef Frantizek, 1946-1949
  26 Communism: Czechoslovakia: Tiso, Josef, 1946-1950
        Subjects: Former President of Slovakia, Trial of
  27 Communism: Hungary, 1944-1946
  28 Communism: Hungary, 1947-1949
  29 Communism: Hungary, 1950-1951
  30 Communism: Hungary, 1952-1954
        Person: Msgr. Bela Varga
  31 Communism: Hungary, 1955
        Subjects: Crown of Saint Stephen
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25 1 Communism: Hungary: Mindszenty, Jozsef, Cardinal, 1946-June 1949
  2 Communism: Hungary: Mindszenty, Jozsef, Cardinal, 1949-1955
  3 Communism: Hungary: Mindszenty, Jozsef, Cardinal, 1956-1966
  4 Communism: Indochina, 1950-November 1954
        Subjects: Terror in Vietnam
  5 Communism: Indochina, November-December 1954
  6 Communism: Indochina, 1955
  7 Communism: Italy, 1944-1954
  8 Communism: Korea, 1946-1955
  9 Communism: Lithuania, 1940-1943
  10 Communism: Lithuania, 1944-1954
  11 Communism: Mexico, 1941-1944
  12 Communism: Poland, 1939-1944
  13 Communism: Poland, 1945-1950
  14 Communism: Poland, 1951-1955
  15 Communism: Portugal, 1949
  16 Communism: Rumania, 1939-1948
  17 Communism: Rumania, 1949
  18 Communism: Rumania, 1950-1951
  19 Communism: Rumania, 1952-1955
  20 Communism: Russia, 1920-1932
  21 Communism: Russia, 1933
  22 Communism: Russia, 1934-1938
  23 Communism: Russia, 1939-1942
  24 Communism: Russia, 1943
  25 Communism: Russia, 1944-1945
        Persons: F.D. Roosevelt to Archbishop E. Mooney, January 3, 1945
Box Folder
26 1 Communism: Russia, 1946-1955
  2 Communism: Russia, 1956-1961
  3 Communism: Russia: Attacks on Vatican, 1944-1945
  4 Communism: Russia: Bruan, Leopold, A.A., 1934-1953
        Person: Served in Moscow as Chaplain to American Roman Catholics, 1934 - 1945
  5 Communism: Russia: Bruan, Leopold, A.A., 1957-1965
  6 Communism: Russia: Trial of Archbishop Cepliak ..., 1923
  7 Communism: Russia: Trial of Archbishop Cepliak..., 1923
        Subjects: Documents received from Rev. E.A. Walsh, S.J.
  8 Communism: Russia: Cepliak: McCullagh, Francis, The Bolshevik Persecution of Christianity, 1924
  9 Communism: Russia: Famine: Papal Relief Mission, 1921
  10 Communism: Russia: Famine: Papal Relief Mission, 1922
  11 Communism: Russia: Famine: Papal Relief Mission, 1923-1928
        Includes photographs and poster. Persons: Hebert Hoover to John J. Burke, March 7, 1922
  12 Communism: Russia: Orlemanski, Stanislaus, 1943-1953
        Person: Priest of Spring, Massachusetts
  13 Communism: Russia: Russian War Relief, 1941-1946
  14 Communism: Stockholm Peace Appeal, 1950-1951
  15 Communism: Trieste, 1945-1952
  16 Communism: Yugoslavia, 1944-1945
  17 Communism: Yugoslavia, 1946
  18 Communism: Yugoslavia, 1947
  19 Communism: Yugoslavia, 1948-1949
  20 Communism: Yugoslavia, 1950
        Subjects: Second folder concerns loan to Yugoslavia
  21 Communism: Yugoslavia, 1950
  22 Communism: Yugoslavia, 1951
  23 Communism: Yugoslavia, 1952
  24 Communism: Yugoslavia, 1953-1955
  25 Communism: Yugoslavia, 1956-1957
  26 Communism: Yugoslavia, 1956-1963
        Subjects: Visit of Marshall Tito to the U.S.
  27 Communism: Yugoslavia: Rozman, Gregory, Bishop of Ljubljana, 1946-1954
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27 1 Communism: Yugoslavia: Stepinac, Aloysius, Archbishop, 1946-1948
  2 Communism: Yugoslavia: Stepinac, Aloysius, Archbishop, 1949-1952
  3 Communism: Yugoslavia: Stepinac, Aloysius, Archbishop, 1953
  4 Communism: Yugoslavia: Stepinac, Aloysius, Archbishop, 1954
        Subjects: Bust of Stepinac by Ivan Mestrovic
  5 Communism: Yugoslavia: Stepinac, Aloysius, Archbishop, 1956-1960
  6 Communism: Yugoslavia: Stepinac, Aloysius, Archbishop: Allen, George, American Ambassador to Yugoslavia, 1951-1955
        Subjects: Memorandum, March 11, 1952, about Rev. E. Walsh, S.J., and Russia Relief work and Mexico in 1920's
  7 Communism: Yugoslavia: Stepinac, Aloysius, Archbishop: Pattee manuscript: The Case Against Cardinal Stepinac, 1953
  8 Communism: Yugoslavia: Stepinac, Aloyisius, Archbishop: Original French documents from which English translation was made by J. Lebkicher (folders P, K, R), n.d.
        French: P(oliteo)
  9 Communism: Yugoslavia: Stepinac, Aloysius, Archbishop: Original French documents from which English translation was made by J. Lebkicher (folders P, K, R), n.d.
        French: K(aticic) and D(ocuments diverses)
  10 Communism: Yugoslavia: Stepinac, Aloysius, Archbishop: Original French documents from which English translation was made by J. Lebkicher (folders P, K, R), n.d.
        French: R(elations)
  11 Communism: Yugoslavia: Documents pertaining to the trial of the Most Rev. Aloysius Stepinac, 1948
        Translation from the French by John Lebkicher, one complete corrected carbon copy. Also original ribbon typescript in three spring binders
  12 Communism: Yugoslavia: Vovk, Anton, Bishop, Apostolic Administrator of Ljublajana, 1952
  13 Cults and Sects, 1921-1943
        Subjects: Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society (Jehovah's Witnesses)
  14 Cults and Sects, 1944-1955
  15 Education: General, 1921-1939
  16 Education: General, 1940-1943
  17 Education: General, 1944-1946
        Subjects: Historical Report on Activities of the Department of Education up to June, 1944
  18 Education: General, 1947
  19 Education: General, 1948
  20 Education: General, 1949
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28 1 Education: General, January-May 1950
  2 Education: General, June-December 1950
  3 Education: General, January-August 1951
        Subjects: Analysis of Moral and Spiritual Values in the Public Schools, published by Educational Policies Commission of National Education Association
  4 Education: General, September-December 1951
        Subjects: Moral and Spiritual Values in the Public Schools
  5 Education: General, January-April 1952
  6 Education: General, May-December 1952
  7 Education: General, January-June 1953
  8 Education: General, July-December 1953
  9 Education: General, January-March 1954
  10 Education: General, April-May 1954
  11 Education: General, June-December 1954
  12 Education: General, January-June 1955
  13 Education: General, July-December 1955
        Subjects: A Declaration of Educational Principles.
  14 Education: General, 1956
  15 Education: General, 1957
  16 Education: General, 1958
  17 Education: General, 1959
  18 Education: General, 1960
  19 Education: General, 1961
  20 Education: General, 1962-1963
  21 Education: General, 1964-1965
  22 Education: General, 1966
        Subjects: Bartell, Ernest, C.S.C. Catholic Elementary and Secondary Education: A Study of Costs and Benefits in Selected Areas. Ph.D. dissertation, Princeton University, 1967.
  23 Education: Educational Institutions, 1923-1943
  24 Education: Educational Institutions, 1944-1954
  25 Education: Educational Institutions, 1956-1957
        Person: Bishop Cuthbert M. O'Gara, C.P.
  26 Education: Educational Institutions, 1958-1960
  27 Education: Educational Institutions, 1961-1964
  28 Education: Educational Institutions, 1965-1966
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29 1 Education: Educational Institutions: The Catholic University of America (CUA), 1937-1955
  2 Education: Educational Institutions: The Catholic University of America (CUA), 1956-1966
  3 Education: Educational Institutions: National Catholic School of Social Service (NCSSS), 1927-1941
  4 Education: Educational Institutions: National Catholic School of Social Service (NCSSS), 1946-1955
        Subjects: Unification of NCSSS and the Catholic Univesity School of Social Work; writing of Full Circle, the Story of the NCSSS by Loretto R. Lawler (1948-1952)
  5 Education: Educational Institutions: North American College, Rome, 1938-1955
  6 Education: Educational Institutions: North American College, Rome, 1956-1958
  7 Education: Educational Institutions: North American College, Rome, 1959-1966
  8 Education: Educational Institutions: R.O.T.C. Program, 1948-1949
        Subjects: Proposed program specializing in training officers for the Special Services branches
  9 Education: Educational Institutions: Seminiaries, 1922-1955
  10 Education: Educational Institutions: Seminiaries, 1957-1961
  11 Education: Educational Institutions: Seminiaries, 1962
        Subjects: Monitum of the Congregation of the Holy Office, June 30, 1962, on Pierre Teilhard de Chardin
  12 Education: Educational Institutions: Seminiaries, 1963
  13 Education: Educational Institutions: Seminiaries, 1964-1965
  14 Education: Educational Institutions: Seminiaries, January-June 1966
  15 Education: Educational Institutions: Seminiaries, July-December 1966
  16 Education: Exchange of Persons, 1948-1954
  17 Education: Exchange of Persons, 1955
        Subjects: German Catholics see America (1949-1951) by Patrick M. Boarman
  18 Education: Exchange of Persons, 1956
  19 Education: Exchange of Persons, 1957
  20 Education: Exchange of Persons, 1958-1959
  21 Education: Exchange of Persons, 1960-1961
  22 Education: Exchange of Persons, 1962-1963
  23 Education: Exchange of Persons, 1964 - 1966
  24 Education: Foreign Students, 1943-1952
  25 Education: Foreign Students, 1954-1955
        Subjects: Office for Foreign Exchange Students
  26 Education: Foreign Students, 1956-1957
  27 Education: Foreign Students, 1958
  28 Education: Foreign Students, 1959
  29 Education: Foreign Students, 1960
  30 Education: Foreign Students, 1961
  31 Education: Foreign Students, 1962
  32 Education: Foreign Students, 1963
        Subject: Indian Students in the U.S., 1960-1963
  33 Education: Foreign Students, 1964
  34 Education: Foreign Students, 1965-1966
        Subject: African students in the U.S.
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30 1 Education: Notre Dame Study of Catholic Elementary and Secondary Schools, 1961-1964
  2 Education: Notre Dame Study of Catholic Elementary and Secondary Schools, 1964
  3 Education: White House Conference on Education, 1955
  4 Information Media, 1932-1955
  5 Information Media, 1958-1963
  6 Information Media, 1964-1965
  7 Information Media, 1966
  8 Information Media: Bureau of Information, 1937-1938
  9 Information Media: Bureau of Information, 1938-1948
        Subjects: Origins of the Bureau of Information
  10 Information Media: Bureau of Information, 1949-1955
  11 Information Media: Bureau of Information, 1956-1957
  12 Information Media: Bureau of Information, 1958
  13 Information Media: Bureau of Information, 1959
  14 Information Media: Bureau of Information, 1960-1961
  15 Information Media: Bureau of Information, 1962
        Subjects: Vatican Council II press coverage
  16 Information Media: Bureau of Information, 1963-1966
  17 Information Media: Bureau of Information: Information Bulletin, 1951-1955
        Incomplete set.
  18 Information Media: Drama, 1932-1955
  19 Information Media: Drama, 1963-1964
        Subject: The Deputy, by Rolf Hochhuth
  20 Information Media: Motion Pictures, 1927-1943
        Subjects: Names of films pertaining to Catholic life, institutions, and activities in the U.S.
  21 Information Media: Motion Pictures, 1944-1951
  22 Information Media: Motion Pictures, 1952-1955
  23 Information Media: Motion Pictures, 1956-1959
        Subjects: Martin Luther, 1953-1957
  24 Information Media: Motion Pictures, 1961-1966
  25 Information Media: Motion Pictures: Catholic Film Secretariat, 1948
  26 Information Media: Motion Pictures: Censorship, 1933
  27 Information Media: Motion Pictures: Censorship, 1934
  28 Information Media: Motion Pictures: Censorship, 1935-1936
  29 Information Media: Motion Pictures: Censorship, 1937-1942
  30 Information Media: Motion Pictures: Censorship, 1945-1949
  31 Information Media: Motion Pictures: Censorship, 1950-1955
Box Folder
31 1 Information Media: Motion Pictures: Censorship, 1956-1959
  2 Information Media: Motion Pictures: Censorship, 1960-1966
  3 Information Media: National Catholic Office for Radio and Television, 1964
        Subjects: Survey - Radio, Television and the Church
  4 Information Media: National Catholic Office for Radio and Television, 1966
  5 Information Media: Pontifical Commission for Communications, 1955
  6 Information Media: Pontifical Commission for Communications, 1956-1966
        Former names: Pontifical Commission for Didactic and Religious Motion Pictures, 1948-1951; Pontifical Commission for Motion Pictures, 1952-1954; Pontifical Commission for Motion Pictures; Radio and Television, 1954-1964
  7 Information Media: Press, 1922-1939
  8 Information Media: Press, 1923-1944
  9 Information Media: Press, 1945-1950
  10 Information Media: Press, 1951-1955
        Subjects: 40th anniversary of Our Sunday Visitor, 1952
  11 Information Media: Press, 1956-1960
  12 Information Media: Press, 1961-1962
  13 Information Media: Press, 1963-1964
        Subjects: Four theologians banned at Catholic University, 1963
  14 Information Media: Press, 1965-1966
  15 Information Media: Press: Associated Press (AP), 1937-1938
        Subject: Report that Vatican wanted Hierarchy in East to cooperate with Japan in action in China
  16 Information Media: Press: Catholic Press Association (CPA), 1925-1935
  17 Information Media: Press: Catholic Press Association (CPA), 1940-1944
  18 Information Media: Press: Catholic Press Association (CPA), 1952-1954
  19 Information Media: Press: Catholic Press Association (CPA), 1956-1966
  20 Information Media: Press: Catholic Worker, 1935-1938
        Persons: E. Pacelli to A.G. Cicognani, June 19, 1935
  21 Information Media: Press: Center of Information pro Deo (CIP), 1941-1952
        Persons: Felix Morlion, O.P.
  22 McGrath, Justin, n.d.
  23 Information Media: Press: N.C.W.C. News Service, 1920-1923
  24 Information Media: Press: N.C.W.C. News Service, 1924-1929
  25 Information Media: Press: N.C.W.C. News Service, 1930-1931
  26 Information Media: Press: N.C.W.C. News Service, 1932-1933
  27 Information Media: Press: N.C.W.C. News Service, 1934-1935
  28 Information Media: Press: N.C.W.C. News Service, 1936-1939
  29 Information Media: Press: N.C.W.C. News Service, 1940-1942
  30 Information Media: Press: N.C.W.C. News Service, 1943-1944
  31 Information Media: Press: N.C.W.C. News Service, 1944-1947
        Person: Cardinal J. Mindszentz, Esztergom, January 31, 1946 and April 29, 1946, appeal in behalf of Magyar Kurir
  32 Information Media: Press: N.C.W.C. News Service, 1948-1949
  33 Information Media: Press: N.C.W.C. News Service, January-August 1950
  34 Information Media: Press: N.C.W.C. News Service, September-December 1950
  35 Information Media: Press: N.C.W.C. News Service, 1951
  36 Information Media: Press: N.C.W.C. News Service, 1952
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32 1 Information Media: Press: N.C. News Service, 1953
  2 Information Media: Press: NCWC Transcript Part I and II, 1953
        Copy Number 2
  3 Information Media: Press: NCWC Transcript Part III and IV, 1953
        Copy Number 2
  4 Information Media: Press: N.C. News Service, 1954
        Subjects: G.G. Higgins' article on J. Keller's Christianity and American Capitalism
  5 Information Media: Press: N.C. News Service, 1955
        Subjects: G.G. Higgins Principles at Stake, and Msgr. Fenton's comments in American Ecclesiastical Review
  6 Information Media: Press: N.C. News Service, 1956
  7 Information Media: Press: N.C. News Service, 1957
  8 Information Media: Press: N.C. News Service, 1958
  9 Information Media: Press: N.C. News Service, 1959-1960
  10 Information Media: Press: N.C. News Service, 1961
  11 Information Media: Press: N.C. News Service, 1962
  12 Information Media: Press: N.C. News Service, 1963
  13 Information Media: Press: N.C. News Service, 1964-1966
  14 Information Media: Press: N.C. News Service: Catholic Press Association Relations, 1920-1954
  15 Information Media: Press: N.C. News Service: Catholic Press Association Relations, 1956-1966
  16 Information Media: Press: N.C. News Service: Correspondents, 1929-1944
        Persons: Msgr. Enrico Pucci
  17 Information Media: Press: N.C. News Service: Correspondents, 1945-1955
        Persons: Msgr. Enrico Pucci; Patrick O'Connor, S.S.C.; G. Rudy Brunst; Msgr. Joseph J. Sullivan; Placid Max Jordan, O.S.B.
  18 Information Media: Press: N.C. News Service: Correspondents, 1956-1966
  19 Information Media: Press: N.C. News Service: Hall, Frank A. Retirement Scrapbook, 1936-1965
  20 Information Media: Press: NC News Service: Noticias Catolicas, 1935-1955
  21 Information Media: Press: NC News Service: Noticias Catolicas, 1956-1963
  22 Information Media: Press: NC News Service: Noticias Catolicas, 1964-1966
  23 Information Media: Press: NC News Service: Vatican Press Relations, 1928-1942
        Persons: Msgr. Enrico Pucci
  24 Information Media: Press: NC News Service: Vatican Press Relations, 1943-1955
  25 Information Media: Press: Religious News Service, 1935-1943
  26 Information Media: Press: Religious News Service, 1944-1953
  27 Information Media: Publications, 1924-1939
        Persons: Richard J. Purcell to J.J. Burke, July 12, 1925
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33 1 Information Media: Publications, 1940-1943
        Person: Theodore Maynard
  2 Information Media: Publications, 1944-1945
        Person: Marguerite T. Boylan, They Shall Live Again
  3 Information Media: Publications, 1946-1949
        Subject: Robert St. John, The Silent People Speak, Re: life in Yugoslavia
  4 Information Media: Publications, 1950
        Subject: American Council on Education, Occupied Areas Handbook
  5 Information Media: Publications, 1951
        Subject: E.J. Butler to P.F. Tanner, May 15, 1951, Re: The Legal Effect of Ante-Nuptial Promises
  6 Information Media: Publications, 1952
  7 Information Media: Publications, 1953
        Persons: William P. O'Ryan, 1951-1953; Vincent J. Yzermins; John O'Neil, The Pope Speaks
  8 Information Media: Publications, 1954
  9 Information Media: Publications, 1955
  10 Information Media: Publications, 1956
        Subjects: Canonization of the Martyrs of the Unites States by Rev. Virgil C. Blum, S.J.
  11 Information Media: Publications, 1957
        Persons: Frances P. Keyes to H.J. Carroll, May 16, 1957; June 9, 1957
  12 Information Media: Publications, 1958
  13 Information Media: Publications, 1959
        Person: Senator Eugene McCarthy
  14 Information Media: Publications, 1960
        Person: Rev. John F. Cronin, S.S.
  15 Information Media: Publications, 1959-1960
        Subject: Should We Recognize Red China? by Paul K.T. Sih
  16 Information Media: Publications, 1961
  17 Information Media: Publications, January-June 1962
        Subject: Communism: Threat to Freedom by John F. Cronin, S.S.
  18 Information Media: Publications, July-December 1962
  19 Information Media: Publications, 1963
  20 Information Media: Publications, 1964
  21 Information Media: Publications, 1965
  22 Information Media: Publications, 1966
        Persons: Hubert H. Humphrey to Paul F. Tanner, August 1, 1966
  23 Information Media: Publications: Acta Apostolicae Sedis, 1943-1952
        Published by N.C.W.C during World War II
  24 Information Media: Publications: Catholic Action, 1921-1930
  25 Information Media: Publications: Catholic Action, 1931-1933
  26 Information Media: Publications: Catholic Action, 1934-1943
  27 Information Media: Publications: Catholic Action, 1944-1949
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34 1 Information Media: Publications: Catholic Action, 1950-1951
  2 Information Media: Publications: Catholic Action, 1952-1955
  3 Information Media: Publications: Catholic Action, 1956-1962
  4 Information Media: Publications: Censorship, 1921-1942
  5 Information Media: Publications: Censorship, 1943-1955
        Subject: National Organization for Decent Literature
  6 Information Media: Publications: Censorship, 1956-1957
  7 Information Media: Publications: Censorship, 1958-1966
  8 Information Media: Publications: Communist War on Religion, 1949-1952
        Persons: Gary MacEoin and Zsolt Aradi
  9 Information Media: Publications: Communist War on Religion Manuscript, ca. 1952
  10 Information Media: Publications: Fede e Arte, 1954
  11 Information Media: Publications: Foreign Affairs, a Survey of Trends, edited by Richard Pattee, Washington: National Catholic Welfare Conference, June 18, 1946-December 1946
        no.1-no.26, special supplement
  12 Information Media: Publications: Foreign Affairs, a Survey of Trends, edited by Richard Pattee, Washington: National Catholic Welfare Conference, 1947
        no.1-no.26, special supplement
  13 Information Media: Publications: Foreign Affairs, a Survey of Trends, edited by Richard Pattee, Washington: National Catholic Welfare Conference, 1948-1949
        no.1-no.26, special supplement
  14 Information Media: Publications: Gordon, David, 1942-1948
        Person: Editor of Catholic International and Tradition
  15 Information Media: Publications: History of Mankind, 1943-1955
        Person: Ralph E. Turner
  16 Information Media: Publications: Official Catholic Directory, 1932-1955
  17 Information Media: Publications: Official Catholic Directory, 1956-1966
  18 Information Media: Publications: Official Catholic Year Book, 1927-1929
        Subject: Only v. 1, 1928 was published
  19 Information Media: Publications: Our Bishops Speak, 1948-1951
  20 Information Media: Publications: Our Bishops Speak, 1952-1955
  21 Information Media: Publications: Our Bishops Speak, 1956-1961
  22 Information Media: Radio, 1932-1943
  23 Information Media: Radio, 1944-1950
  24 Information Media: Radio, 1951-1954
  25 Information Media: Radio, 1956-1958
        Subject: National Council of Catholic Men (NCCM)
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35 1 Information Media: Radio, 1959-1960
  2 Information Media: Radio, 1961-1966
  3 Information Media: Radio Broadcasts, 1929-1944
        Subjects: 31st International Eucharistic Congress, Dublin, 1933; Vatican Radio
  4 Information Media: Radio Broadcasts, 1945-1954
        Person: Hugh Stott Taylor, Princeton University, 1952-1953
  5 Information Media: Radio Broadcasts: Catholic Hour, 1929-1944
        Document
        Subject: Catholic Hour began in March 1930
  6 Information Media: Radio Broadcasts: Catholic Hour, 1945
        Document
        Person: Msgr. Fulton J. Sheen
  7 Information Media: Radio Broadcasts: Catholic Hour, 1946-1949
        Document
  8 Information Media: Radio Broadcasts: Catholic Hour, 1950
        Document
  9 Information Media: Radio Broadcasts: Catholic Hour, 1951-1955
        Document
  10 Information Media: Radio Broadcasts: Hour of Faith, 1949-1951
  11 Information Media: Radio Broadcasts: Voice of America, 1950-1951
        Subject: Report on the Voice of America by Gabor de Bessenyey
  12 Information Media: Radio Broadcasts: Voice of America, 1952-1954
  13 Information Media: Radio Broadcasts: Voice of America, 1956-1962
  14 Information Media: Radio: International Catholic Radio and Television Association (Association Catholique Internationale pour la Radiodiffusion et la Television), 1945-1954
        Subject: UNDA
  15 Information Media: Radio: Robert H. Scott Decision, 1946-1950
        Subject: Right of atheists to broadcast on the radio
  16 Information Media: Radio: Vatican, 1937-1949
  17 Information Media: Recordings, 1947-1952
  18 Information Media: Television, 1948-1952
  19 Information Media: Television, 1953
  20 Information Media: Television, 1954-1955
  21 Information Media: Television, 1956-1957
  22 Information Media: Television, 1958-1960
  23 Information Media: Television, 1961-1964
  24 Information Media: Television, January-March 1965
        Subject: Catholic Hour-TV: The Church and Marriage
  25 Information Media: Television, March-December 1965
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36 1 International Affairs: General, 1928 - 1930
  2 International Affairs: General, 1943
  3 International Affairs: General, 1944-1949
        Subjects: Moscow Conference of Foreign Secretaries Hull, Eden, and Molotoff, October 19 - 30, 1943
  4 International Affairs: General, 1950
        Person: Christopher Emmet
  5 International Affairs: General, 1951
  6 International Affairs: General, 1952-1955
        Subjects: Richard Pattee's memo on international activities of NCWC with reference to the International Bureau; Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands
  7 International Affairs: General, 1956-1958
  8 International Affairs: General, 1959-1964
        Subjects: Panama, 1962-1964; Vietnam, 1964
  9 International Affairs: General, 1965-1966
  10 International Affairs: Africa, 1956-1958
        Subjects: School situation in Sudan, 1957; Liberia, 1958
  11 International Affairs: Africa, 1959-1961
        Subjects: Nigeria, 1959; Uganda, 1960; Congo, 1961
  12 International Affairs: Africa, 1962
        Subjects: Anti-Christian discrimination in the Sudan, 1958-1962; Congo
  13 International Affairs: Africa, 1963-1966
        Subjects: Southern Sudan, 1963 - 1964
  14 International Affairs: Alaska, 1956-1960
  15 International Affairs: Argentina, 1954-1955
  16 International Affairs: Argentina, 1956-1960
  17 International Affairs: Austria, 1938-1955
        Person: Archduke Otto von Habsburg re case of the Austrian Battalion, 1943
  18 International Affairs: Austria, 1956-1962
  19 International Affairs: Brazil, 1942-1952
        Persons: Robert Saboia de Medeiros, S.J.; William Sheehan, O.M.I.; Bishop Helder Camara
  20 International Affairs: Brazil, 1961-1964
        Persons: Robert Saboia de Medeiros, S.J.; William Sheehan, O.M.I.; Bishop Helder Camara
  21 International Affairs: Canada, 1928-1946
  22 International Affairs: Canada, 1956-1959
  23 International Affairs: China, 1930-1941
  25 International Affairs: Colombia, 1931-1936
  26 International Affairs: Colombia, 1955-1966
  27 International Affairs: Cuba, 1925-1938
  28 International Affairs: Cuba, 1956-1960
        Persons: Msgr. Arcadio Marinas of Havana; Jaime Fonseca's report, December 8, 1959
  29 International Affairs: Cuba, 1961
  30 International Affairs: Cuba, 1962-1966
  31 International Affairs: Czechsolovakia, 1920-1950
  32 International Affairs: Czechsolovakia, 1957-1966
        Subjects: Observations about Religious Life in Czechoslovakia and Poland, September 1957
  33 International Affairs: Displaced Persons, 1940-1944
        Subjects: Catholic Committee for Refugees (including Refugee Children)
  34 International Affairs: Displaced Persons, January 1945-July 1946
  35 International Affairs: Displaced Persons, August 1946-December 1947
  36 International Affairs: Displaced Persons, 1948-1949
        Subject: Contains Complete List of Scholars Interviewed during 1947 and 1948 in Displaced Persons' Camps in Austria, Germany, and Italy.
  242 International Affairs: China, 1957-1966
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37 1 International Affairs: Displaced Persons, 1950
  2 International Affairs: Displaced Persons, 1951
        Person: Laszlo Sulner, handwriting expert who forged documents against Cardinal Mindszenty
  3 International Affairs: Displaced Persons, 1952
  4 International Affairs: Displaced Persons, 1953-1955
  5 International Affairs: Displaced Persons, 1956-1958
  6 International Affairs: Displaced Persons: Displaced Priests, 1945-1951
  7 International Affairs: Displaced Persons: German Refugee Children, 1939-1941
  8 International Affairs: Displaced Persons: Latin America, 1947
  9 International Affairs: Displaced Persons: Legislation, 1946-1949
  10 International Affairs: Displaced Persons: National Catholic Resettlement Council, 1947-1948
  11 International Affairs: Displaced Persons: National Catholic Resettlement Council: Minutes, 1947-1948
  12 International Affairs: Displaced Persons: National Catholic Resettlement Council Bulletin, 1948
  13 International Affairs: Displaced Persons: U.S. Committee for the Care of European Children, 1945-1946
  14 International Affairs: Displaced Persons: Vatican Migration Bureau, 1946-1948
  15 International Affairs: Finland, 1937-1944
  16 International Affairs: France, 1925-1949
  17 International Affairs: France, 1956-1961
  18 International Affairs: Germany, 1923-1936
  19 International Affairs: Germany, 1937
        Subject: Letter to German Hierarchy, November 18, 1937
  20 International Affairs: Germany, January-June 1938
  21 International Affairs: Germany, July-September 1938
  22 International Affairs: Germany, October 1938
  23 International Affairs: Germany, November 1938
  24 International Affairs: Germany, December 1938
  25 International Affairs: Germany, 1939
  26 International Affairs: Germany, 1940
  27 International Affairs: Germany, January-June 1941
  28 International Affairs: Germany, July-November 1941
  29 International Affairs: Germany, December 1941
  30 International Affairs: Germany, December 1941
  31 International Affairs: Germany, January-June 1942
  32 International Affairs: Germany, July-December 1942
  33 International Affairs: Germany, 1943
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38 1 International Affairs: Germany, 1944-1945
  2 International Affairs: Germany, January-June 1946
        Person: Bishop Aloysius J. Muench, Apostolic Visitator
  3 International Affairs: Germany, July-December 1946
  4 International Affairs: Germany, 1947
  5 International Affairs: Germany, 1948
  6 International Affairs: Germany, 1949
  7 International Affairs: Germany, January-June 1950
  8 International Affairs: Germany, July-December 1950
        Subject: Contains small scroll, signed by Hans Ehard, Minister-President of Bavaria, addressed to NCWC expressing Germany's gratitude for U.S. aid, July
  9 International Affairs: Germany, 1951
  10 International Affairs: Germany, 1952
  11 International Affairs: Germany, 1953
  12 International Affairs: Germany, 1954
  13 International Affairs: Germany, 1955
  14 International Affairs: Germany, 1956
  15 International Affairs: Germany, 1957-1958
  16 International Affairs: Germany, 1959-1966
  17 International Affairs: Germany: Bonn Office, 1950-1951
        Persons: C. Joseph Nuesse; Patrick M. Boarman
  18 International Affairs: Germany: Bonn Office, 1952-1954
  19 International Affairs: Germany: Bonn Office, 1955
        Person: Sylvester P. Theisen
  20 International Affairs: Germany: Bonn Office, 1956-1958
  21 International Affairs: Germany: Conant, James B., 1953
        Subject: Nomination of James B. Conant to be U.S. High Commissioner for Germany
  22 International Affairs: Germany: Cronin, John F., S.S., 1949-1951
  23 International Affairs: Germany: Exchange of Persons, 1948-June 1950
  24 International Affairs: Germany: Exchange of Persons, July 1950-1951
  25 International Affairs: Germany: Exchange of Persons, 1952-1953
  26 International Affairs: Germany: Exchange of Persons, 1954
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39 1 International Affairs: Germany: Exchange of Persons, 1955-1959
  2 International Affairs: Germany: Higgins Report, 1949
  3 International Affairs: Germany: Lowenstein, Hubertus, Prince, 1936-1938
  4 International Affairs: Germany: Lowenstein, Hubertus, Prince, 1943-1955
  5 International Affairs: Germany: Nazi War against the Catholic Church, 1942
  6 International Affairs: Germany: Von Preysing, Konrad, Card., 1947-1948
        Subject: Visit to the U.S.
  7 International Affairs: Guam, 1925-1939
  8 International Affairs: Guam, 1944-1946
  9 International Affairs: Guatemala, 1922-1926
  10 International Affairs: Guatemala, 1956-1966
  11 International Affairs: Haiti, 1921-1924
  12 International Affairs: Haiti, 1925-1928
        Person: Archbishop George J. Caruana
  13 International Affairs: Haiti, 1929-1931
        Person: Herbert Hoover, December 7, 1929
  14 International Affairs: Haiti, 1933-1940
  15 International Affairs: Haiti, 1941
        Person: Elie Lescot
  16 International Affairs: Haiti, 1942
  17 International Affairs: Haiti, 1943-1945
  18 International Affairs: Haiti, 1947-1952
  19 International Affairs: Haiti, 1956-1966
  20 International Affairs: Haiti: Moton Commission, 1930-1931
        Subject: U.S. Commission on Education in Haiti, Robert R. Moton, Chairman
  21 International Affairs: Haiti: Newspaper Clippings: Expulsion of Nuncio, 1942
  22 International Affairs: Hawaii, 1926-1951
  23 International Affairs: Hungary, 1920-1946
  24 International Affairs: Hungary, 1956-1966
        Persons: Bela Varga to P.F. Tanner, October 8, 1957
  25 International Affairs: Immigration, 1920-1922
  26 International Affairs: Immigration, 1922-1923
        Persons: Caroline E. Boone, Mexican Border Representative; Latins in Florida, 1923
  27 International Affairs: Immigration, 1923
        Subject: Italica Gens
  28 International Affairs: Immigration, 1924-1925
        Subject: Little Sisters of the Poor
  29 International Affairs: Immigration, 1926
        Persons: Religious refugees from Mexico; Mother Virginia Vivanco, A.C.J.
  30 International Affairs: Immigration, 1927-1928
        Persons: Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart; Sisters of the Third Order Regular of St. Francis from Yugoslavia
  31 International Affairs: Immigration, 1929
  32 International Affairs: Immigration, 1930
        Persons: Dominican Sisters of Spokane; Sisters of St. Joseph of St. Mark, Cleveland
  33 International Affairs: Immigration, 1931
        Persons: Congregation of Religious of the Assumption, Philadelphia; Order of St. Friars Minor (Hungarian), Trenton
  34 International Affairs: Immigration, 1932
        Persons: Order of Preachers, Copus Christi; Bishop Cuthbert O'Gara, C.P., 1931-1932; International Eurcharistic Congress; Franciscan Sisters of Mary Immaculate, Amarillo; Msgr. Paul Marella
  35 International Affairs: Immigration, 1933-1934
        Persons: Sisters of Bon Secours, Baltimore; Bishop Peter Bucys; National Institute of Immigrant Welfare
  36 International Affairs: Immigration, 1935-1937
        Persons: Adolfus Cardinal Bertram to Cardinal Dougherty, Breslau, August 31, 1936
  37 International Affairs: Immigration, 1938-1939
        Persons: Mrs. Englebert Dolfuss, 1938-1939; Sisters of the Incarnate Word, Houston, 1937-1939; Ursuline Sisters, Kirkwood, Montana; Sisters of St. Francis of the Immaculate Conception, Peoria; School Sisters of St. Francis, Chillicothe, Montana; Sisters of the Poor Child Jesus, Wheeling
  38 International Affairs: Immigration, 1940
        Persons: Rev. Harold J. Beutler, C.M.; Rev. Newman C. Eberhardt, C.M.
  38 International Affairs: Immigration, 1941
        Persons: Pallottine Fathers, Milwaukee; Augustinian Fathers of Our Mother of Consolation; Bishop John Buchko, Philadelphia; Friedrich Engel-Janosi
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40 1 International Affairs: Immigration, 1942
        Persons: Bishop Joseph M. Preciado, C.M.F.; Prince Domenic Orsini
  2 International Affairs: Immigration, January-July 1943
        Persons: Priests coming from Ireland
  3 International Affairs: Immigration, August 1943-February 1944
        Persons: German Marist Brothers from Samoa, 1942-1943; Sisters of the Holy Family of Nazareth, Torresdale, Pennsylvania; Dutch Carmelite Sisters, Indianapolis, 1942-1943; Alice Rosenwald; Sisters of St. Casimir; Felician Sisters, Chicago, Illinois
  4 International Affairs: Immigration, March-December 1944
        Persons: Missionary Sisters of Our Lady of Africa, 1943-1944; Bishop Miguel Angel Olano, O.F.M. Cap., Guam, 1943-1944
  5 International Affairs: Immigration, 1945
        Persons: Polish Seminarians
  6 International Affairs: Immigration, 1946-June 1947
        Persons: Bishop Joseph M. Preciado, C.M.F.; Japanese internees from Peru
  7 International Affairs: Immigration, July-December 1947
        Persons: Sisters of St. Mary of Providence; Cleofas Calleros; Mother Mary Cecilia Moehring
  8 International Affairs: Immigration, 1948
  9 International Affairs: Immigration, 1949
  10 International Affairs: Immigration, 1950
        Persons: Catholic Committee for Refugees; Abbe Jean Vignon
  11 International Affairs: Immigration, 1951
  12 International Affairs: Immigration, January-March 1952
  13 International Affairs: Immigration, March-June 1952
  14 International Affairs: Immigration, July-September 1952
        Persons: Piccole Operaie dei SS. Cuori di Gesu e Maria; Summary of Legal Department Activities in Immigration Legislation, 1921-1931, 1949
  15 International Affairs: Immigration, October 1952
  16 International Affairs: Immigration, November-December 1952
  17 International Affairs: Immigration, 1952
        Memos #1 and #2 Subject: NCWC attitude toward the National Origins formula
  18 International Affairs: Immigration Minutes of Meetings at NCWC, 1952-1953
  19 International Affairs: Immigration Newspaper Clippings, 1952
  20 International Affairs: Immigration, 1952-1953
        Subject: President's Commission on Immigration and Naturalization
  21 International Affairs: Immigration, January-February 1953
  22 International Affairs: Immigration, March-July 1953
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41 1 International Affairs: Immigration, August-December 1953
  2 International Affairs: Immigration, January-June 1954
  3 International Affairs: Immigration, July-September 1954
        Persons: Pious Disciples of the Divine Master
  4 International Affairs: Immigration, October-December 1954
  5 International Affairs: Immigration, January-June 1955
  6 International Affairs: Immigration, July-December 1955
  7 International Affairs: Immigration, 1956
  8 International Affairs: Immigration, 1957
        Subjects: Russians in the U.S.; Vatican's Supreme Council of Emigration
  9 International Affairs: Immigration: Vatican's Supreme Council of Emigration of the Sac. Consistorial Congregation, 1957
  10 International Affairs: Immigration, January-April 1958
        Subjects: Meeting of the Summum Consilium de Emigratione, September 30-October 4, 1957
  11 International Affairs: Immigration, April-December 1958
  12 International Affairs: Immigration, 1959
        Persons: Spanish Mercedarian Sisters for Caroline and Marshall Islands
  13 International Affairs: Immigration, 1960
        Subject: Memorandum on Lithuanians, April 1, 1960
  14 International Affairs: Immigration, 1961-1962
  15 International Affairs: Immigration, 1963
  16 International Affairs: Immigration, 1964-1965
  17 International Affairs: Immigration, January-July 1966
        Subject: Cuban Refugee Program
  18 International Affairs: Immigration, August-December 1966
        Subject: Report of a Study of the Overseas Adoption Program of the Department of Immigration.
  19 International Affairs: Immigration: American Immigration Conference, 1954-1955
  20 International Affairs: Immigration: Artukovic, Andrija M., 1951-1959
  21 International Affairs: Immigration: Breda Conference, 1954-1955
        Subject: International Catholic Migration Congress, Breda, The Netherlands, September 11-17, 1954; Documentation; Documentation and Resolutions
  22 International Affairs: Immigration: Breda Conference: Documentation, 1954
  23 International Affairs: Immigration: Breda Conference: Documentation and Resolutions, 1954
  24 International Affairs: Immigration: Exsul Familia, 1953-1955
        Subjects: Report on Immigration to the United States and Participation by Agencies of the Church, December 21, 1953; Letter of February 17, 1954
  25 International Affairs: Immigration: Exsul Familia, 1956-1958
  26 International Affairs: Immigration: Exsul Familia, 1961-1963
  27 International Affairs: Immigration: Exsul Familia, 1966
        Subject: The Apostolic Constitution: Exsul Familia, a survey on Church-migrant implementation procedures in the United States, August 9, 1966
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42 1 International Affairs: Legislation, 1920-1926
  2 International Affairs: Legislation, 1927-1928
  3 International Affairs: Legislation, 1929-1936
  4 International Affairs: Legislation, 1937-1944
  5 International Affairs: Legislation, 1945-1952
  6 International Affairs: Legislation, 1957-1964
  7 International Affairs: Legislation, 1965
  8 International Affairs: Immigration: Legislation: Conscientious Objection of Aliens, 1930-1933
  9 International Affairs: Immigration: Legislation: Provisional Intergovernmental Committee for the Movement of Migrants from Europe (PICMME), 1952
  10 International Affairs: India, 1920-1922
        Subject: Bombay Catholic Welfare Organization
  11 International Affairs: India, 1952-1955
        Subject: Goan situation
  12 International Affairs: India, 1956-1964
  13 International Affairs: Italy, 1931-1943
  14 International Affairs: Italy, 1944-1947
        Person: Don Luigi Sturzo
  15 International Affairs: Italy, 1952-1955
  16 International Affairs: Italy, 1956-1958
  17 International Affairs: Italy, 1959-1960
  18 International Affairs: Italy, 1961-1964
  19 International Affairs: Japan, 1924-1943
  20 International Affairs: Japan, 1945-1950
  21 International Affairs: Japan, 1951-1955
  22 International Affairs: Japan, 1956-1962
  23 International Affairs: Java and Indonesia, 1949-1954
  24 International Affairs: Korea, 1950
  25 International Affairs: Korea, 1956-1966
        Persons: John M. Chang to Howard J. Carroll, August 16, 1957; John M. Chang to Howard J. Carroll, September 21, 1960
  26 International Affairs: Latin America, 1923-1943
        Subjects: Columbia' Peru-Ecuador boundary dispute, 1940-1942; Person: Richard Pattee
  27 International Affairs: Latin America, 1944
  28 International Affairs: Latin America, 1945-1948
        Persons: Daughters of Charity of Emmitsburg, Nicaragua
  29 International Affairs: Latin America, 1949-1955
        Subject: Guatamala, 1951
  30 International Affairs: Latin America, 1956-1957
  31 International Affairs: Latin America, 1958
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43 1 International Affairs: Latin America, January-April 1959
  2 International Affairs: Latin America, May-July 1959
  3 International Affairs: Latin America, August-December 1959
  4 International Affairs: Latin America, January-July 1960
  5 International Affairs: Latin America, August-December 1960
  6 International Affairs: Latin America, 1961
  7 International Affairs: Latin America, 1962
  8 International Affairs: Latin America, 1963
  9 International Affairs: Latin America, 1964
        Subject: Memorandum on Chile, May 13, 1964
  10 International Affairs: Latin America, 1965
  11 International Affairs: Latin America, 1966
  12 International Affairs: Latin America: Catholic Action, 1939-1947
        Subject: Primera Semana Interamericana de Accion Catolica, Santiago, 1945
  13 International Affairs: Latin America: Catholic Action, 1948-1955
        Subject: Segunda Semana Interamericana de Accion Catolica, La Habana, 1949
  14 International Affairs: Latin America: Catholic Action, 1958-1960
  15 International Affairs: Latin America: CELAM, 1956-1957
  16 International Affairs: Latin America: CELAM, 1958
  17 International Affairs: Latin America: CELAM, January-June 1959
  18 International Affairs: Latin America: CELAM, July-September 1959
  19 International Affairs: Latin America: CELAM, October-November 1959
  20 International Affairs: Latin America: CELAM, December 1959
        Subject: Minutes of the Meeting, November 2-4, 1959
  21 International Affairs: Latin America: CELAM, 1960
  22 International Affairs: Latin America: Social Action, 1943-1946
        Subject: Inter-American Catholic Social Action Confederation; II Seminario Interamericano de Estudios Sociales, La Habana, 1946
  23 International Affairs: Latin America: Social Action, 1947-1954
        Subject: First Caribbean Social Week, Ciudad Trujillo, 1947; Third Interamerican Catholic Social Action Conference, Rio de Janeiro, 1948
  24 International Affairs: Latin America: Social Action, 1956-1958
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44 1 International Affairs: Latvia, 1941-1944
  2 International Affairs: Lebanon, 1946-1953
  3 International Affairs: Lebanon, 1958
  4 International Affairs: Malta, 1930
  5 International Affairs: Mexico, 1923-1929
  6 International Affairs: Mexico, 1932-1935
  7 International Affairs: Mexico, 1936
  8 International Affairs: Mexico, 1937
  9 International Affairs: Mexico, 1938
  10 International Affairs: Mexico, 1939
  11 International Affairs: Mexico, 1940
  12 International Affairs: Mexico, 1941
  13 International Affairs: Mexico, 1942
  14 International Affairs: Mexico, 1943-1944
  15 International Affairs: Mexico, 1945
  16 International Affairs: Mexico, 1946-1954
  17 International Affairs: Mexico, 1955-1966
  18 International Affairs: Palestine, 1926-1944
  19 International Affairs: Palestine, 1945-1949
  20 International Affairs: Palestine, 1950-1955
  21 International Affairs: Palestine, 1955-1961
        Subject: Carmelite Monastery, Mount Carmel, Haifa
  22 International Affairs: Palestine: Desecration of Holy Places, 1948-1949
  23 International Affairs: Palestine: Internationalization of Jerusalem, March-October 1949
  24 International Affairs: Palestine: Internationalization of Jerusalem, November-December 1949
  25 International Affairs: Palestine: Internationalization of Jerusalem, January-April 1950
        Persons: Charles Malik to Howard J. Carroll, January 5, 1950
  26 International Affairs: Palestine: Internationalization of Jerusalem, May-December 1950
  27 International Affairs: Palestine: Internationalization of Jerusalem, 1951
  28 International Affairs: Palestine: Internationalization of Jerusalem, 1952-1953
  29 International Affairs: Palestine: Internationalization of Jerusalem, 1954-1955
  30 International Affairs: Palestine: Internationalization of Jerusalem, 1956-1957
  31 International Affairs: Palestine: Refugees, 1944-1950
  32 International Affairs: Pattee, Richard, 1945-1947
  33 International Affairs: Pattee, Richard, 1948-1949
  34 International Affairs: Pattee, Richard, 1950
  35 International Affairs: Pattee, Richard, 1951-1953
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45 1 International Affairs: Pattee, Richard, 1954
  2 International Affairs: Pattee, Richard, 1955
  3 International Affairs: Pattee, Richard, 1956
  4 International Affairs: Pattee, Richard, 1957-1960
  5 International Affairs: Philippines, 1923-1942
  6 International Affairs: Philippines, 1943-1945
  7 International Affairs: Philippines, 1945-1946
        photographs
  8 International Affairs: Philippines, 1946
  9 International Affairs: Philippines, 1947-1948
  10 International Affairs: Philippines, 1949
  11 International Affairs: Philippines, January-June 1950
  12 International Affairs: Philippines, July-December 1950
  13 International Affairs: Philippines, 1951
  14 International Affairs: Philippines, 1952-1953
        Subject: War Claims Commission
  15 International Affairs: Philippines, 1952-1954
  16 International Affairs: Philippines, 1954-1955
  17 International Affairs: Philippines, 1956
        Person: Archbishop Rufino J. Santos to NCWC, December 27, 1956
  18 International Affairs: Philippines, 1957-1958
  19 International Affairs: Philippines, 1959-1960
  20 International Affairs: Philippines, 1961-1966
  21 International Affairs: Philippines: War Claims Commission, 1957
        Person: Archbishop Rufino J. Santos
  22 International Affairs: Philippines: War Claims Commission, 1958
        Subject: Furnishing of Manila Cathedral
  23 International Affairs: Philippines: War Claims Commission, 1959-1961
  24 International Affairs: Philippines: War Claims Commission: Various, 1957-1958
        Subjects: Franciscan Sisters of the Immaculate Conception of the Holy Mother of God, St. Joseph's College, Quezon City; Roman Catholic Bishop of Tuguegarao, Cagayan
  25 International Affairs: Philippines: War Claims Commission: Various, 1959
        Subjects: Hospital de San Juan de Dios, Pasay City, 1957-1959; Roman Catholic Bishop of Lipa, 1956-1959; Roman Catholic Archbishop of Caceres, 1956-1959; Instituto de Hermanas Agustinas Terciarias de Filipinas, 1957-1959
  26 International Affairs: Philippines: War Claims Commission: Various, 1960-1965
        Subjects: Roman Catholic Bishop of Legaspi, Albay
  27 International Affairs: Philippines: War Claims Commission: Account, 1957-1959
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46 1 International Affairs: Point Four Program, 1949-1950
        Subject: International Technical Cooperation Act of 1949
  2 International Affairs: Point Four Program, 1951
        Persons: Nelson A. Rockefeller to Archbishop F. Keough, January 29, 1951
  3 International Affairs: Point Four Program, 1952
  4 International Affairs: Point Four Program, 1953-1955
  5 International Affairs: Point Four Program: St. Joseph's University, Beirut, Lebanon, 1951-1953
  6 International Affairs: Poland, 1920-1940
  7 International Affairs: Poland, 1941-1949
  8 International Affairs: Poland, 1956-1966
  9 International Affairs: Puerto Rico, 1925-1954
  10 International Affairs: Puerto Rico, 1956-1961
  11 International Affairs: Relief, 1922-1928
  12 International Affairs: Relief, 1929
        Subjects: Florida, Haiti, Puerto Rico
  13 International Affairs: Relief, 1930-1943
        Subjects: National Committee to Abolish the Poll Tax, 1942
  14 International Affairs: Relief, 1944
        Subjects: Summary of World War II relief activities of NCWC; American Commission for the Protection and Salvage of Artistic and Historic Monuments in War Areas
  15 International Affairs: Relief, 1945
  16 International Affairs: Relief, 1946
        Subject: Friends of the University of Salzburg, Inc.
  17 International Affairs: Relief, January 1947- June 1948
        Person: A.S. Maszak, to NCWC, December 30, 1946
  18 International Affairs: Relief, July 1948-December 1949
  19 International Affairs: Relief, 1950
  20 International Affairs: Relief, 1951
  21 International Affairs: Relief, 1952
  22 International Affairs: Relief, 1953-1955
        Subject: Vietnam, August, 1954
  23 International Affairs: Relief, 1956-1960
  24 International Affairs: Relief: Bishops' Welfare Emergency and Relief Committee, 1939-February 1941
  25 International Affairs: Relief: Bishops' Welfare Emergency and Relief Committee, March-July 1941
        Person: Sigrid Undset to St. Ansgar's Scandinavian Catholic League, New York, March 22, 1941
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47 1 International Affairs: Relief: Bishops' Welfare Emergency and Relief Committee, August-December 1941
  2 International Affairs: Relief: Bishops' Welfare Emergency and Relief Committee, January-May 1942
  3 International Affairs: Relief: Bishops' Welfare Emergency and Relief Committee, June-October 1942
  4 International Affairs: Relief: Bishops' Welfare Emergency and Relief Committee, August-December 1942
  5 International Affairs: Relief: Bishops' Welfare Emergency and Relief Committee, 1943
  6 International Affairs: Relief: Bishops' Welfare Emergency and Relief Committee, January-April 1944
  7 International Affairs: Relief: Bishops' Welfare Emergency and Relief Committee, May-December 1944
  8 International Affairs: Relief: Bishops' Welfare Emergency and Relief Committee, 1945
        Persons: G.B. Montini to Archbishop E. Mooney, May 3, 1945; J. Cardijn to Archbishop E. Mooney, September 4, 1945; J. Cardijn to Howard J. Carroll, November 17, 1945
  9 International Affairs: Relief: Bishops' Welfare Emergency and Relief Committee, January-March 1946
  10 International Affairs: Relief: Bishops' Welfare Emergency and Relief Committee, April-July 1946
  11 International Affairs: Relief: Bishops' Welfare Emergency and Relief Committee, August-December 1946
  12 International Affairs: Relief: Bishops' Welfare Emergency and Relief Committee, 1947
  13 International Affairs: Relief: Bishops' Welfare Emergency and Relief Committee, 1948
  14 International Affairs: Relief: Bishops' Welfare Emergency and Relief Committee, 1949
  15 International Affairs: Relief: Bishops' Welfare Emergency and Relief Committee, 1950
        Persons: G.B. Montini to Archbishop John T. McNicholas, April 20, 1950; Joseph Mindszenty to Samuel Stritch, October 29, 1946
  16 International Affairs: Relief: Bishops' Welfare Emergency and Relief Committee, 1951
        Persons: G.B. Montini to Archbishop F.P. Keough, July 11, 1951
  17 International Affairs: Relief: Bishops' Welfare Emergency and Relief Committee, 1952
        Persons: G.B. Montini to Archbishop Karl Alter, August 8, 1952
  18 International Affairs: Relief: Bishops' Welfare Emergency and Relief Committee, 1953
        Persons: G.B. Montini to Archbishop Karl Alter, June 30, 1953
  19 International Affairs: Relief: Bishops' Welfare Emergency and Relief Committee, 1954
        Persons: Archbishop Peter Doi et al. to Archbishop Karl Alter, October 28, 1954
  20 International Affairs: Relief: Bishops' Welfare Emergency and Relief Committee, 1955
        Persons: Pius XII to American Hierarchy, Jan. 25, 1955
  21 International Affairs: Relief: Bishops' Welfare Emergency and Relief Committee, 1956
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48 1 International Affairs: Relief: Bishops' Welfare Emergency and Relief Committee, 1957
  2 International Affairs: Relief: Bishops' Welfare Emergency and Relief Committee, 1958
  3 International Affairs: Relief: Bishops' Welfare Emergency and Relief Committee, January-October 1959
  4 International Affairs: Relief: Bishops' Welfare Emergency and Relief Committee, November-December 1959
  5 International Affairs: Relief: Bishops' Welfare Emergency and Relief Committee, 1960
  6 International Affairs: Relief: Bishops' Welfare Emergency and Relief Committee, 1961
  7 International Affairs: Relief: Bishops' Welfare Emergency and Relief Committee, 1962
  8 International Affairs: Relief: Bishops' Welfare Emergency and Relief Committee, 1963
  9 International Affairs: Relief: Bishops' Welfare Emergency and Relief Committee, 1964-1965
  10 International Affairs: Relief: Bishops' Welfare Emergency and Relief Committee, 1966
  11 International Affairs: Relief: Bishops' Welfare Emergency and Relief Committee: University of Nymegen, 1945-1950
  12 International Affairs: Relief: Catholic Relief Services, 1942
        War Relief Services was officially changed to Catholic Relief Services (CRS), National Catholic Welfare Conference (NCWC) in April 1955.
  13 International Affairs: Relief: Catholic Relief Services, 1943
  14 International Affairs: Relief: Catholic Relief Services, 1944
  15 International Affairs: Relief: Catholic Relief Services, 1945
  16 International Affairs: Relief: Catholic Relief Services, January-June 1946
        Persons: J. Mindszenty to Samuel Stritch, February 28, 1946;
  17 International Affairs: Relief: Catholic Relief Services, July-December 1946
        Persons: Emmanual Suhard to H.J. Carroll, November 9, 1946; Courtenay Savage, August-December 1946
  18 International Affairs: Relief: Catholic Relief Services, 1947
  19 International Affairs: Relief: Catholic Relief Services, 1948
        Persons: H.J. Carroll to Edward Mooney, March 1, 1948
  20 International Affairs: Relief: Catholic Relief Services, 1949
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49 1 International Affairs: Relief: Catholic Relief Services, 1950
  2 International Affairs: Relief: Catholic Relief Services, 1951
  3 International Affairs: Relief: Catholic Relief Services, 1952
        Persons: Abp. Peter Doi et al. to American Hierarchy
  4 International Affairs: Relief: Catholic Relief Services, 1953
  5 International Affairs: Relief: Catholic Relief Services, 1954
  6 International Affairs: Relief: Catholic Relief Services, 1955
  7 International Affairs: Relief: Catholic Relief Services, 1956
        Persons: Richard Nixon to H. J. Carroll, July 25, 1956;
  8 International Affairs: Relief: Catholic Relief Services, 1957
        Subject: Origins of War Relief Services, 1943
  9 International Affairs: Relief: Catholic Relief Services, 1958
  10 International Affairs: Relief: Catholic Relief Services, 1959
        Persons: Appointment of Msgr. John F. McCarthy as Assistant Director; Report on Conditions in Algeria, September 1959;
  11 International Affairs: Relief: Catholic Relief Services, 1960
  12 International Affairs: Relief: Catholic Relief Services, 1961
        Persons: Unsigned Lenten message of Pope John XXIII, January 31, 1961
  13 International Affairs: Relief: Catholic Relief Services, 1962
        Subject: Field Trip to Latin America of Rev. Joseph Gremillion, March-April 1962
  14 International Affairs: Relief: Catholic Relief Services, 1963
        Persons: Bela Varga to Paul Tanner, September 12, 1963;
  15 International Affairs: Relief: Catholic Relief Services, 1964-1965
  16 International Affairs: Relief: Catholic Relief Services, 1966
  17 International Affairs: Relief: Catholic Relief Services: Empire State Building Accident, 1945-1953
  18 International Affairs: Relief: Catholic Relief Services: Printed Matter, Posters, 1941-1948
  19 International Affairs: Relief: Catholic Relief Services: Printed Matter, Posters, 1951-1955
  20 International Affairs: Relief: Chile, 1929
  21 International Affairs: Relief: China, 1928-1941
  22 International Affairs: Relief: China, 1928-1941
  23 International Affairs: Relief: China, 1942-1952
  24 International Affairs: Relief: Dominican Republic, 1940
  25 International Affairs: Relief: England, 1941-1944
        Persons: Arthur Cardinal Hinsley; Mrs. Frederic Schenck, American Committee for British Catholic Relief
  26 International Affairs: Relief: France, 1941-1946
        Person: Emmanuel Cardinal Suhard, 1945
  27 International Affairs: Relief: Greece, 1941-1943
  28 International Affairs: Relief: Ireland, 1941-1944
  29 International Affairs: Relief: Italy, 1944-1952
  30 International Affairs: Relief: Korea, 1952-1953
  31 International Affairs: Relief: Korea, 1962-1964
  32 International Affairs: Relief: Lisbon, 1941-1943
        Subject: Catholic refugees in Lisbon
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50 1 International Affairs: Relief: Lithuania, 1921-1941
  2 International Affairs: Relief: Lithuania, 1942-1943
  3 International Affairs: Relief: Lithuania, 1944-1947
  4 International Affairs: Relief: Lithuania, 1956-1959
  5 International Affairs: Relief: Odo, Duke of Wurttemberg, O.S.B., 1940-1949
  6 International Affairs: Relief: Poland, 1920-March 1940
  7 International Affairs: Relief: Poland, April-December 1940
        Subject: Bishops' Committee for Polish Relief
  8 International Affairs: Relief: Poland, 1941-1942
  9 International Affairs: Relief: Poland, 1943-1952
  10 International Affairs: Relief: Poland, 1958-1966
  11 International Affairs: Relief: Scandinavia, 1940-1948
  12 International Affairs: Relief: Slovenia, 1941-1946
  13 International Affairs: Relief: Spain, 1937-1941
  14 International Affairs: Relief: Spain, 1942-1944
  15 International Affairs: Relief: Student, 1944-1951
  16 International Affairs: Samoa, 1926-1955
  17 International Affairs: Samoa, 1956-1957
  18 International Affairs: Santo Domingo, 1933-1943
  19 International Affairs: Santo Domingo, 1965-1966
  20 International Affairs: Spain, 1922-1931
  21 International Affairs: Spain, 1932-1936
        Noting in file for 1934.
  22 International Affairs: Spain, January-October 1937
  23 International Affairs: Spain, November 1937-January 1938
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51 1 International Affairs: Spain, February-April 1938
  2 International Affairs: Spain, May-September 1938
  3 International Affairs: Spain, October-December 1938
  4 International Affairs: Spain, January 1939
  5 International Affairs: Spain, February-December 1939
  6 International Affairs: Spain, 1940-1942
  7 International Affairs: Spain, 1943-1945
  8 International Affairs: Spain, 1946-1949
  9 International Affairs: Spain, 1950-1954
  10 International Affairs: Spain, 1956-1964
  11 International Affairs: Spain: Basques, 1937-1941
  12 International Affairs: Spain (Pamphlets), 1936-1947
  13 International Affairs: Spain: Loyalist Propaganda (Pamphlets), 1937-1939
  14 International Affairs: United Nations, 1946-1947
  15 International Affairs: United Nations, 1948
  16 International Affairs: United Nations, 1949
  17 International Affairs: United Nations, 1950
  18 International Affairs: United Nations, 1951-1952
  19 International Affairs: United Nations, 1953
  20 International Affairs: United Nations, 1954
  21 International Affairs: United Nations, 1955
  22 International Affairs: United Nations, 1956-1958
  23 International Affairs: United Nations, 1959
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52 1 International Affairs: United Nations, 1960
  2 International Affairs: United Nations, 1961
        Persons: Adlai E. Stevenson to Paul Tanner, April 12, 1961
  3 International Affairs: United Nations, January-June 1962
  4 International Affairs: United Nations, July-December 1962
  5 International Affairs: United Nations, 1963
  6 International Affairs: United Nations, 1964-1966
  7 International Affairs: United Nations: Dumbarton Oaks Conference, 1944-1945
  8 International Affairs: United Nations: Economic and Social Council, 1946-1950
        Subject: Commission on the Status of Women
  9 International Affairs: United Nations: Economic and Social Council, 1951-1955
  10 International Affairs: United Nations: Food and Agriculture Organization, 1945-1955
  11 International Affairs: United Nations: Food and Agriculture Organization, 1959-1966
  12 International Affairs: United Nations: Genocide, 1948-1949
  13 International Affairs: United Nations: Genocide, 1950-1955
  14 International Affairs: United Nations: Human Rights, January 1946-June 1947
        Persons: Eleanor Roosevelt to Howard J. Carroll, February 3, 1947
  15 International Affairs: United Nations: Human Rights, July 1947-March 1948
  16 International Affairs: United Nations: Human Rights, April-December 1948
  17 International Affairs: United Nations: Human Rights, 1949
  18 International Affairs: United Nations: Human Rights, January-April 1950
  19 International Affairs: United Nations: Human Rights, May-December 1950
  20 International Affairs: United Nations: Human Rights, 1951
  21 International Affairs: United Nations: Human Rights, 1952-1953
  22 International Affairs: United Nations: Human Rights, 1954-1955
  23 International Affairs: United Nations: Human Rights, 1956-1960
  24 International Affairs: United Nations: Human Rights, 1961
  25 International Affairs: United Nations: Human Rights, 1962
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53 1 International Affairs: United Nations: Human Rights, 1963-1965
  2 International Affairs: United Nations: London General Assembly, 1945-1946
  3 International Affairs: United Nations: National Citizens' Committee for United Nations Day, 1948-1950
        Persons: George C. Marshall to H.J. Carroll, July 13, 1948 and July 22, 1948; Eleanor Roosevelt to Paul F. Tanner, April 1950 and December 11, 1950
  4 International Affairs: United Nations: National Citizens' Committee for United Nations Day, 1951
  5 International Affairs: United Nations: United States Committee for United Nations Day, 1952-1954
        The name National Citizens' Committee for United Nations Day was changed in 1954 to United States Committee for United Nations Day.
  6 International Affairs: United Nations: United States Committee for United Nations Day, 1955
  7 International Affairs: United Nations: Organizations, 1945-1946
  8 International Affairs: United Nations: Organizations, 1947
  9 International Affairs: United Nations: Organizations, 1948-1949
  10 International Affairs: United Nations: San Francisco Conference: N.C.W.C. Coverage, 1945
        Persons: Rev. Edward A. Conway, S.J. , Richard Pattee; Burke Walsh.
  11 International Affairs: United Nations: San Francisco Conference: N.C.W.C. Coverage, March - April 1945
        Subjects: John Courtney Murray, S..J., April 6, 1945; Memorandum on Religious Freedom; Spain; Poland
  12 International Affairs: United Nations: San Francisco Conference: N.C.W.C. Coverage, May-October 1945
  13 International Affairs: United Nations: San Francisco Conference: N.C.W.C. Coverage, 1945
  14 International Affairs: United Nations: San Francisco Conference: N.C.W.C. News Service Coverage, 1945
  15 International Affairs: United Nations: Catherine Schaefer Correspondence, 1946
  16 International Affairs: United Nations: Catherine Schaefer Correspondence, 1947
  17 International Affairs: United Nations: Catherine Schaefer Correspondence, 1948
  18 International Affairs: United Nations: Catherine Schaefer Correspondence, January-May 1949
  19 International Affairs: United Nations: Catherine Schaefer Correspondence, June-July 1949
  20 International Affairs: United Nations: Catherine Schaefer Correspondence, August-December 1949
  21 International Affairs: United Nations: Catherine Schaefer Correspondence, January-April 1950
  22 International Affairs: United Nations: Catherine Schaefer Correspondence, May-September 1950
  23 International Affairs: United Nations: Catherine Schaefer Correspondence, October-December 1950
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54 1 International Affairs: United Nations: Catherine Schaefer Correspondence, January-April 1951
  2 International Affairs: United Nations: Catherine Schaefer Correspondence, May-June 1951
  3 International Affairs: United Nations: Catherine Schaefer Correspondence, July-October 1951
  4 International Affairs: United Nations: Catherine Schaefer Correspondence, November-December 1951
  5 International Affairs: United Nations: Catherine Schaefer Correspondence, January-March 1952
  6 International Affairs: United Nations: Catherine Schaefer Correspondence, April-September 1952
        Subject: Holy Ghost Fathers, Tanganyika
  7 International Affairs: United Nations: Catherine Schaefer Correspondence, October-December 1952
  8 International Affairs: United Nations: Catherine Schaefer Correspondence, January-April 1953
  9 International Affairs: United Nations: Catherine Schaefer Correspondence, May-August 1953
  10 International Affairs: United Nations: Catherine Schaefer Correspondence, September-December 1953
  11 International Affairs: United Nations: Catherine Schaefer Correspondence, January-April 1954
  12 International Affairs: United Nations: Catherine Schaefer Correspondence, May-December 1954
  13 International Affairs: United Nations: Catherine Schaefer Correspondence, November, 12 - December, 10 1954
  14 International Affairs: United Nations: Catherine Schaefer Correspondence, January-March 1955
  15 International Affairs: United Nations: Catherine Schaefer Correspondence, April-June 1955
  16 International Affairs: United Nations: Catherine Schaefer Correspondence, July-September 1955
  17 International Affairs: United Nations: Catherine Schaefer Correspondence, October-December 1955
  18 International Affairs: United Nations: Catherine Schaefer Correspondence, January-March 1956
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55 1 International Affairs: United Nations: Catherine Schaefer Correspondence, April-June 1956
  2 International Affairs: United Nations: Catherine Schaefer Correspondence, July-December 1956
  3 International Affairs: United Nations: Catherine Schaefer Correspondence, January - May 1957
  4 International Affairs: United Nations: Catherine Schaefer Correspondence, June - December 1957
  5 International Affairs: United Nations: Catherine Schaefer Correspondence, January - February 1958
        Subjects: Report on "Freedom of Religion in the United States," 1956-1958; Discrimination in Religious Rights and Practices
  6 International Affairs: United Nations: Catherine Schaefer Correspondence, March - June 1958
  7 International Affairs: United Nations: Catherine Schaefer Correspondence, July - December 1958
  8 International Affairs: United Nations: Catherine Schaefer Correspondence, 1959
  9 International Affairs: United Nations: Catherine Schaefer Correspondence, 1960
  10 International Affairs: United Nations: Catherine Schaefer Correspondence, January - June 1961
  11 International Affairs: United Nations: Catherine Schaefer Correspondence, July - December 1961
  12 International Affairs: United Nations: Catherine Schaefer Correspondence, 1962
  13 International Affairs: United Nations: Catherine Schaefer Correspondence, 1963
  14 International Affairs: United Nations: Catherine Schaefer Correspondence, January - June 1964
  15 International Affairs: United Nations: Catherine Schaefer Correspondence, July - December 1964
  16 International Affairs: United Nations: Catherine Schaefer Correspondence, 1965
  17 International Affairs: United Nations: Catherine Schaefer Correspondence, 1966
  18 International Affairs: United Nations: Security Council, 1946 - 1948
  19 International Affairs: United Nations: Technical Assistance, 1951- 1955
  20 International Affairs: United Nations: Technical Assistance, 1956 - 1957
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56 1 International Affairs: United Nations: U.N.E.S.C.O., 1949 - 1950
  2 International Affairs: United Nations: U.N.E.S.C.O., 1951
  3 International Affairs: United Nations: U.N.E.S.C.O., January-May 1952
  4 International Affairs: United Nations: U.N.E.S.C.O., June-December 1952
  5 International Affairs: United Nations: U.N.E.S.C.O., 1953
  6 International Affairs: United Nations: U.N.E.S.C.O., 1953
        Subject: Attitude of Holy See to U.N.E.S.C.O.
  7 International Affairs: United Nations: U.N.E.S.C.O., 1954
  8 International Affairs: United Nations: U.N.E.S.C.O., 1955
  9 International Affairs: United Nations: U.N.E.S.C.O., 1956
  10 International Affairs: United Nations: U.N.E.S.C.O., 1957
  11 International Affairs: United Nations: U.N.E.S.C.O., 1958
  12 International Affairs: United Nations: U.N.E.S.C.O., 1959-1960
  13 International Affairs: United Nations: U.N.E.S.C.O., 1961
  14 International Affairs: United Nations: U.N.E.S.C.O., 1962-1966
  15 International Affairs: United Nations: United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (U.N.R.R.A.), 1945-1946
  16 International Affairs: United Nations: United States Committee for the United Nations, 1956-1963
  17 International Affairs: United Nations: United Nations Association of the United States of America, 1964
  18 International Affairs: United Nations: United Nations Association of the United States of America, 1965-1966
  19 International Affairs: United Nations: World Health Organization (WHO), 1945-1950
  20 International Affairs: United Nations: World Health Organization (WHO), 1951-1955
  21 International Affairs: United Nations: World Health Organization (WHO), 1959-1965
  22 International Affairs: Virgin Islands, 1934-1939
  23 International Affairs: Virgin Islands, 1956-1958
  24 International Affairs: World Calendar, 1926-1929
  25 International Affairs: World Calendar, 1930-1937
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57 1 International Affairs: World Calendar, 1941-1949
  2 International Affairs: World Calendar, 1950-1955
  3 International Affairs: Yugoslavia, 1924-1952
  4 International Affairs: Yugoslavia, 1957-1966
  5 Legal Affairs, 1928-1935
        Subjects: Philippine Church bonds, 1932; Holy Ghost Fathers property, Washington, DC, 1941
  6 Legal Affairs, 1939-1944
  7 Legal Affairs, 1945-1950
        Subjects: Reclamation Law for the Central Valley Project, CA, 1947; Law of Libel as Protecting Religious Groups, 1948; Bequest to Deceased Member of a Religious Order, 1949
  8 Legal Affairs, 1951-1955
  9 Legal Affairs, 1956-1966
  10 Legal Affairs: Lobbying, 1928-1947
  11 Military Affairs, 1923-1943
        Subject: Conscription of Women
  12 Military Affairs, 1944-1955
  13 Military Affairs, 1956-1959
        Person: Chester W. Nimitz,
  14 Military Affairs: Chaplains, 1920
  15 Military Affairs: Chaplains, 1921-1929
  16 Military Affairs: Chaplains, 1930-1939
  17 Military Affairs: Chaplains, 1940-1941
  18 Military Affairs: Chaplains, 1942-1945
  19 Military Affairs: Chaplains, 1945-1950
  20 Military Affairs: Chaplains, 1951-1955
  21 Military Affairs: Chaplains, 1955-1963
  22 Military Affairs: Chaplains, 1964-1966
  23 Military Affairs: Chaplains: Coast Guard, 1938-1947
  24 Military Affairs: Chaplains: Conferences, 1926-1940
  25 Military Affairs: Chaplains: Veterans Hospitals, 1943-1955
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58 1 Military Affairs: Moral Welfare, 1941-1943
  2 Military Affairs: Moral Welfare, 1944-1945
  3 Military Affairs: Moral Welfare, 1946 - 1948
  4 Military Affairs: Moral Welfare, 1949 -1955
  5 Military Affairs: Prisoners of War, 1941 - 1943
  6 Military Affairs: Prisoners of War, 1944
  7 Military Affairs: Prisoners of War, 1945
  8 Military Affairs: Prisoners of War, 1946- 1947
  9 Military Affairs: Prisoners of War, 1946-1947
        Subject: Revision of the Geneva Convention of 1929
  10 Military Affairs: Prisoners of War, 1954 - 1955
  11 Military Affairs: Prisoners of War, 1965
  12 Military Affairs: Selective Service, 1939 - July 1940
  13 Military Affairs: Selective Service, July - August 1940
  14 Military Affairs: Selective Service, September - December 1940
  15 Military Affairs: Selective Service, 1941 - 1943
  16 Military Affairs: Selective Service, 1944
  17 Military Affairs: Selective Service, 1945
  18 Military Affairs: Selective Service, 1946
  19 Military Affairs: Selective Service, January 1947-December 1948
  20 Military Affairs: Selective Service, 1949
  21 Military Affairs: Selective Service, January-August 1950
  22 Military Affairs: Selective Service, September-December 1950
  23 Military Affairs: Selective Service, 1951
  24 Military Affairs: Selective Service, 1952-1953
  25 Military Affairs: Selective Service, 1954-1955
  26 Military Affairs: Selective Service, 1956
  27 Military Affairs: Selective Service, 1957-1966
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59 1 Military Affairs: Selective Service: Conscientious Objectors, 1940-1954
  2 Military Affairs: Selective Service: Conscientious Objectors, 1957
  3 Military Affairs: Universal Military Training, 1940-1944
  4 Military Affairs: Universal Military Training, 1945
  5 Military Affairs: Universal Military Training, 1946
  6 Military Affairs: Universal Military Training, January-June 1947
  7 Military Affairs: Universal Military Training, June 1947
  8 Military Affairs: Universal Military Training, July - December 1947
  9 Military Affairs: Universal Military Training, 1948-1950
  10 Military Affairs: Universal Military Training, 1951
  11 Military Affairs: Universal Military Training, 1952-1955
  12 Military Affairs: Universal Military Training, 1956-1957
  13 Military Affairs: Veterans, 1922-1954
  14 Military Affairs: Veterans: Pensions, 1946-1955
  15 Military Affairs: Veterans: Schooling, 1943-1954
  16 Military Affairs: War Manpower Commission., 1942-1945
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60 1 Minutes of the Meetings of the Archbishops (Transcription), 1890-1919, 1919, 1955
        From John Tracy Ellis
  2 Minutes of the Meetings of the Archbishops (Transcription), 1894-1919, 1955, 1968
  3 National Catholic Welfare Council: 'The September Meeting of the American Hierarchy.' Ecclesiastical Review Source Documents, July 1919
  4 National Catholic Welfare Council (NCWC), 1919
        Historical Data.
  5 National Catholic Welfare Council (NCWC), 1920 - 1922
  6 Index: Dissolution of NCWC, 1935-1942
  7 National Catholic Welfare Council (NCWC): Dissolution, 1922
  8 National Catholic Welfare Council: Dissolution: A, 1922
  9 National Catholic Welfare Council: Dissolution: B, 1922
  10 National Catholic Welfare Council: Dissolution: C, 1922
  11 National Catholic Welfare Council: Dissolution: D, 1922
  12 National Catholic Welfare Council: Dissolution: F, 1922
  13 National Catholic Welfare Council: Dissolution: G, 1922
  14 National Catholic Welfare Council: Dissolution: H, 1922
  15 National Catholic Welfare Council: Dissolution: K, 1922
  16 National Catholic Welfare Council: Dissolution: Laughlin, Sara E., 1922
  17 National Catholic Welfare Council: Dissolution: McGrath, Justin, 1922
  18 National Catholic Welfare Council: Dissolution: Muldoon, Peter J., Bishop of Rockford, Illinois and Burke, John J., 1922
  19 National Catholic Welfare Council: Dissolution: Correspondence: Muldoon, Peter J., Bishop of Rockford, Illinois, 1922
  20 National Catholic Welfare Council: Dissolution: Telegrams: Muldoon, Peter J., Bishop of Rockford, Illinois, 1922
  21 National Catholic Welfare Council: Dissolution: N, 1922
  22 National Catholic Welfare Council: Dissolution: O, 1922
  23 National Catholic Welfare Council: Dissolution: P, 1922
  24 National Catholic Welfare Council: Dissolution: R, 1922
  25 National Catholic Welfare Council: Dissolution: S, 1922
  26 National Catholic Welfare Council: Dissolution: Turner, William, 1922
  27 National Catholic Welfare Council: Dissolution: W, 1922
  28 National Catholic Welfare Council: Dissolution: Notes from Cleveland meeting of Administrative Committee, April 6, 1922, and from Washington Meeting of Administrative Comittee, April 26, 1922. Original Form of Relatio., 1922
  29 National Catholic Welfare Council: Dissolution: Petition and Report of the Administrative Committee of the National Catholic Welfare Council to His Holiness, Pope Pius XI, April 25, 1922. (White Bound Copy), 1922
  30 National Catholic Welfare Council: Dissolution: Petition and Report of the Administrative Committee of the National Catholic Welfare Council to His Holiness, Pope Pius XI, April 25, 1922. (White Bound Copy), 1922
  31 National Catholic Welfare Council: Dissolution: Petition and Report of the Administrative Committee of the National Catholic Welfare Council to His Holiness, Pope Pius XI, April 25, 1922. (Purple Bound Copy), 1922
  32 National Catholic Welfare Council: Dissolution: Petition and Report of the Administrative Committee of the National Catholic Welfare Council to His Holiness, Pope Pius XI, April 25, 1922. (Unbound Fasicles), 1922
  33 National Catholic Welfare Council: Dissolution: Petition and Report of the Administrative Committee of the National Catholic Welfare Council to His Holiness, Pope Pius XI, April 25, 1922. (Unbound Fasicles), 1922
  34 National Catholic Welfare Council: Dissolution: Newspaper Clippings, 1922
  35 National Catholic Welfare Council: Dissolution: Newspaper Clippings, 1922
  36 National Catholic Welfare Council: Dissolution: Newspaper Clippings, 1922
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61 1 National Catholic Welfare Conference, 1926-1936
  2 National Catholic Welfare Conference, 1937-1943
  3 National Catholic Welfare Conference, 1944-1947
        Subjects: 25th Anniversary of N.C.W.C. Founding of N.C.W.C. Archives
  4 National Catholic Welfare Conference, 1948-1951
        Subjects: Ardagh Chalice, 1949
  5 National Catholic Welfare Conference, 1952
        Subjects: Episcopal Membership in N.C.W.C.
  6 National Catholic Welfare Conference, 1953-1955
  7 National Catholic Welfare Conference, 1956-1957
  8 National Catholic Welfare Conference, 1958-1959
  9 National Catholic Welfare Conference, 1960
  10 National Catholic Welfare Conference, 1961
        Subjects: Loan of records to Herbert Hoover for v.3 of An American Epic; Relationship between Department of Education and N.C.E.A.
  11 National Catholic Welfare Conference, 1962-1963
  12 National Catholic Welfare Conference, 1964
        Persons: Iona A. McNulty to P. F. Tanner, 6 May 1964 Francis t. Hurley to P.F. Tanner, Sept. 18, 1964 re Department of Education
  13 National Catholic Welfare Conference, 1965
  14 National Catholic Welfare Conference, 1966
  15 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board, 1929-1948
  16 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board, 1949-1952
  17 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board, 1953-1955
  18 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board, 1956
  19 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board, 1957
  20 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board, 1958
  21 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board, 1959
  22 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board, 1960
  23 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board, 1961
  24 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board, 1962
  25 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board, 1963
        Subject: Cardinal Muench's biography
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62 1 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board, 1964
  2 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board, 1965
  3 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board, January-April 1966
  4 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board, May-September 1966
  5 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board, October-December 1966
  6 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: Agenda, 1931-1955
  7 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: Agenda, 1956-1966
  8 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: Ballot, 1951-1966
  9 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, 1922-1926
  10 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, November 1928-November 1930
  11 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, April 1931
  12 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, November 1931
  13 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, April 1932
  14 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, November 1932
  15 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, November 1932
  16 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, April 1933
  17 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, April 1933
  18 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, November 1933
  19 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, November 1933
  20 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, April 1934
  21 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, April 1934
  22 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, November 1934
  23 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, November 1934
  24 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, April 1935
  25 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, April 1935
  26 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, November 1935
  27 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, November 1935
  28 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report to Visiting Committee, January 13, 1936
  29 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, February 25, 1936
  30 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, February 25, 1936
  31 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report to Visiting Committee and Exhibit, September 21, 1936
  32 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report to Visiting Committee and Exhibit, September 21, 1936
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63 1 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, November 1936
  2 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, November 1936
  3 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, April 1937
  4 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, April 1937
  5 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, November 15, 1937
  6 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, April 25, 1938
  7 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, October 10, 1938
  8 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, April 18, 1939
  9 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, November 13, 1939
  10 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, April 2, 1940
  11 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, November 11, 1940
  12 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, April 22, 1941
  13 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, November 8, 1941
  14 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, April 14, 1942
  15 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, November 1942
  16 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, May 1943
  17 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, November 8, 1943
  18 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, April 18, 1944
  19 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, November 12, 1944
  20 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, April 10, 1945
  21 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, November 11, 1945
  22 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, April 30, 1946
  23 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, November 10, 1946
  25 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, November 10, 1947
  26 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, April 6, 1948
  27 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, April 15, 1947
  27 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, November 14, 1948
  28 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, April 26, 1949
  29 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, November 14, 1949
  30 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, April 18, 1950
  31 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, November 13, 1950
  32 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, April 3, 1951
  33 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, November 12, 1951
  34 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, April 22, 1952
  35 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, November 10, 1952
  36 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, April 14, 1953
  37 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, November 16, 1953
  38 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, April 27, 1954
  39 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, November 15, 1954
  40 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, April 19, 1950
  41 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, 1956
  42 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, 1957-1959
  43 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, 1960-1963
  44 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, 1964-1965
  45 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: General Secretary's Report and Exhibit, 1966
  46 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: Membership, 1919-1966
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64 1 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: Minutes, 1919-1921
  2 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: Minutes, 1921-1922
  3 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: Minutes, 1922-1924
  4 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: Minutes, 1925-1927
  5 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: Minutes, 1928-1930
  6 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: Minutes, 1931-1932
  7 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: Minutes, 1933-1935
  8 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: Minutes, 1936
  9 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: Minutes, 1937-1938
  10 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: Minutes, 1939
  11 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: Minutes, 1940-1942
  12 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: Minutes, 1943-1944
  13 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: Minutes, 1945
  14 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: Minutes, 1946
  15 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: Minutes, 1947-1948
  16 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: Minutes, 1949-1950
  17 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: Minutes, 1951-1955
  18 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: Minutes, 1956-1960
  19 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: Minutes, 1961-1962
  20 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: Minutes, 1963-1964
  21 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: Minutes, 1965
  22 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: Minutes, 1966
  23 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: Minutes: Correspondence, 1929-1955
  24 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: Minutes: Correspondence, 1956-1957
  25 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: Minutes: Correspondence, 1958-1962
  26 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: Minutes: Correspondence, 1963-1966
  27 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: Report to the Hierarchy, May 1936
  28 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: Revision of Normae, 1959-1965
  29 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: Statements, 1921-1936
  30 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: Statements, 1937-1940
  31 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: Statements, 1941-1943
  32 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: Statements: Declaration on World Peace, 1943
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65 1 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: Statements, 1944-1948
  2 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: Statements:, 1949-1951
  3 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: Statements:, 1952
  4 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: Statements:, 1953
  5 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: Statements:, 1953
  6 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: Statements:, 1954
  7 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: Statements:, 1955
  8 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: Statements:, 1956
        Persons: H. C. Lodge, Jr., to Howard J. Carroll, November 21, 1956, December 31, 1956; Dwight D. Eisenhower to Howard J. Carroll, November 1956; Hubert H. Humphrey to Howard J. Carroll, November 26, 1956.
  9 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: Statements:, 1957
  10 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: Statements:, 1958
  11 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: Statements:, 1959
  12 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: Statements:, 1960
  13 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: Statements:, 1961
  14 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: Statements:, 1962
  15 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: Statements:, 1963-1964
  16 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Administrative Board: Statements:, 1965-1966
  17 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Annual Reports, 1920
  18 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Annual Reports, 1921-1922
  19 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Annual Reports, 1923
  20 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Annual Reports, 1924
  21 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Annual Reports, 1925
  22 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Annual Reports, 1926
  23 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Annual Reports, 1927
  24 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Annual Reports, 1928
  25 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Annual Reports, 1929
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66 1 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Annual Reports, 1930
        As sent to Rome; Summaries.
  2 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Annual Reports, 1931
        As sent to Rome; Summaries.
  3 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Annual Reports, 1932
        As sent to Rome; Summaries.
  4 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Annual Reports, 1933
        As sent to Rome; Summaries.
  5 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Annual Reports, 1934
        As sent to Rome; Summaries.
  6 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Annual Reports, 1934
        As sent to Rome; Summaries.
  7 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Annual Reports, 1934
        As sent to Rome; Summaries.
  8 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Annual Reports, 1934
        As sent to Rome; Summaries.
  9 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Annual Reports, 1934
        As sent to Rome; Summaries.
  10 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Annual Reports, 1935
        As sent to Rome; Summaries.
  11 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Annual Reports, 1935
        As sent to Rome; Summaries.
  12 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Annual Reports, 1936
        As sent to Rome; Summaries.
  13 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Annual Reports, 1937
        As sent to Rome; Summaries.
  14 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Annual Reports, 1938
        As sent to Rome; Summaries.
  15 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Annual Reports, 1939
        As sent to Rome; Summaries.
  16 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Annual Reports, 1940
        As sent to Rome; Summaries.
  17 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Annual Reports, 1941
        As sent to Rome; Summaries.
  18 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Annual Reports, 1942
        As sent to Rome; Summaries.
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67 1 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Annual Reports, 1943
  2 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Annual Reports, 1944
  3 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Annual Reports, 1945
  4 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Annual Reports, 1946
  5 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Annual Reports, 1947
  6 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Annual Reports, 1948
  7 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Annual Reports, 1949
  8 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Annual Reports, 1950
  9 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Annual Reports, 1951
  10 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Annual Reports, 1952
  11 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Annual Reports, 1953
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68 1 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Annual Reports, 1954
  2 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Annual Reports, 1955
  3 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Annual Reports, 1956
  4 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Annual Reports, 1957
  5 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Annual Reports, 1958
  6 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Annual Reports, 1959
  7 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Annual Reports, 1960
  8 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Annual Reports, 1961
  9 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Annual Reports, 1962
  10 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Annual Reports, 1963
  11 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Annual Reports, 1964
  12 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Annual Reports, 1965
  13 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Annual Reports, 1966
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69 1 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Annual Reports, 1966
  2 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Annual Reports: Acknowledgments, 1922-1959
  3 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Annual Reports: Acknowledgments, 1960-1966
  4B National Catholic Welfare Conference: Annual Reports: Correspondence, 1921-1955
  4A National Catholic Welfare Conference: Annual Reports: Acknowledgments, 1960-1966
  5 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Annual Reports: Correspondence, 1956-1957
  6 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Annual Reports: Correspondence, 1958-1962
  7 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Annual Reports: Correspondence, 1963-1965
  8 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Annual Reports: Correspondence, 1966
  9 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' General Meeting, 1920-1932
  10 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' General Meeting, 1933-1938
  11 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' General Meeting, 1939-1942
  12 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' General Meeting, 1943-1951
  13 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' General Meeting, 1952-1955
        Person: Typed, sealed, unsigned letter from Pius XII November 12, 1955
  14 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' General Meeting, 1956
  15 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' General Meeting, 1957-1959
  16 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' General Meeting, 1960-1961
  17 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' General Meeting, 1962-1965
  18 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' General Meeting, 1966
  19 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' General Meeting: Committees, 1933-1944
  20 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' General Meeting: Committees, 1945-1954
  21 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' General Meeting: Committees, 1956-1961
        Subjects: Membership Bishop's Committee for Migratory Labor. Bishops' Committee For Polish Relief Records.
  22 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' General Meeting: Committees, 1962-1963
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70 1 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' General Meeting: Committees, 1964-1966
        Subjects: Origin of Bishops' Committee on Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs
  2 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' General Meeting: Committees: Bishops' Peace Committee, June 1943-1944
        Subjects: Principles for Peace (1943); Gonella, Guido. A World to Reconstruct (1944); Stock, Leo. U.S. Consuls to the Papal States
  3 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' General Meeting: Committees: Bishop's Peace Committee, July 1944-1945
  4 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' General Meeting: Committees, 1957-1959
  5 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' General Meeting: Minutes, 1919
  6 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' General Meeting: Minutes, 1920
  7 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' General Meeting: Minutes, 1922-1935
  8 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' General Meeting: Minutes, 1936
  9 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' General Meeting: Minutes, 1937
  10 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' General Meeting: Minutes, 1938-1942
  11 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' General Meeting: Minutes, 1933, 1938
  12 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' General Meeting: Minutes, 1939
  13 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' General Meeting: Minutes, 1943-1947
  14 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' General Meeting: Minutes, 1948-1951
  15 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' General Meeting: Minutes, 1952-1955
  16 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' General Meeting: Minutes, 1955-1958
  17 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' General Meeting: Minutes, 1959-1961
        Person: John XXIII to American bishops, October 25, 1960
  18 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' General Meeting: Minutes, 1962-1966
  19 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' General Meeting: Minutes: Original Material, 1963
  20 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' General Meeting: Minutes: Original Material, 1964
        Persons. Stefan Wyszynski to Patrick A. O'Boyle, Rome, November 9, 1964
  21 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' General Meeting: Minutes: Printed Copies, 1963-1966
  22 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' General Meeting: Minutes: Program, 1920-1930
  23 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' General Meeting: Minutes: Program, 1931
  24 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' General Meeting: Minutes: Program, 1932
  25 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' General Meeting: Minutes: Program, 1933
  26 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' General Meeting: Minutes: Program, 1934-1936
  27 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' General Meeting: Minutes: Program, 1937-1939
  28 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' General Meeting: Minutes: Program, 1940-1944
  29 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' General Meeting: Minutes: Program, 1945-1949
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71 1 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' General Meeting: Minutes: Program, 1950-1952
  2 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' General Meeting: Minutes: Program, 1953-1955
  3 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' General Meeting: Minutes: Program, 1956-1957
        Subject: Pre-Marriage Questionnaire forms
  4 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' General Meeting: Minutes: Program, 1958-1960
  5 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' General Meeting: Minutes: Program, 1961-1963
  6 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' General Meeting: Minutes: Program, 1964-1965
  7 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' General Meeting: Minutes: Program, 1966
  8 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' General Meeting: Minutes: Program: Printed copies, 1920-1955
  9 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' General Meeting: Minutes: Program: Printed copies, 1920-1955
        Duplicates
  10 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' General Meeting: Minutes: Program: Printed copies, 1956-1966
  11 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' General Meeting: Minutes: Program: Printed copies, 1956-1966
        Duplicates
  12 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' General Meeting: Minutes: Reports, 1925-1936
  13 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' General Meeting: Minutes: Reports, 1937-1944
  14 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' General Meeting: Minutes: Reports, 1945-1950
  15 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' General Meeting: Minutes: Reports, 1951-1955
  16 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' General Meeting: Minutes: Reports, 1956-1959
        Subject: Bishops' Commission on the Liturgical Apostolate
  17 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' General Meeting: Minutes: Reports, 1966
  18 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' Welfare Emergency and Relief Committee, 1945-1955
  19 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' Welfare Emergency and Relief Committee, 1956-1964
  20 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' Welfare Emergency and Relief Committee: Agenda, 1941-1945
  21 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' Welfare Emergency and Relief Committee: Agenda, 1946-1954
  22 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' Welfare Emergency and Relief Committee: Agenda, 1955-1966
  23 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' Welfare Emergency and Relief Committee: Minutes, 1941-1945
  24 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' Welfare Emergency and Relief Committee: Minutes, 1946-1955
  25 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' Welfare Emergency and Relief Committee: Minutes, 1956-1966
  26 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Bishops' War Emergency and Relief Committee: Reports, 1941-1944
  27 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Catholic Committee for Refugees, 1936
  28 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Catholic Committee for Refugees, 1937
  29 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Catholic Committee for Refugees, 1938
  30 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Catholic Committee for Refugees, 1939
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72 1 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Catholic Committee for Refugees, 1940
  2 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Catholic Committee for Refugees, 1941
  3 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Catholic Committee for Refugees, 1942-1944
  4 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Catholic Committee for Refugees, 1945-1950
  5 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Catholic Committee for Refugees, 1951-1953
  6 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Catholic Committee for Refugees, 1954-1955
  7 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Catholic Committee for Refugees, 1956
  8 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Catholic Committee for Refugees, 1957-1959
  9 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Catholic Committee for Refugees, 1960-1962
  10 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Catholic Committee for Refugees, 1963-1966
  11 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Catholic Relief Services (CRS), 1943-1955
  12 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Catholic Relief Services (CRS), 1956-1963
  13 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Catholic Relief Services (CRS): Agenda, 1944-1955
  14 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Catholic Relief Services (CRS): Agenda, 1956-1966
  15 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Catholic Relief Services (CRS): Minutes, 1943-1955
  16 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Catholic Relief Services (CRS): Minutes, 1956-1966
  17 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Catholic Relief Services (CRS): Report to the Board of Trustees, 1944-1949
  18 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Catholic Relief Services (CRS): Report to the Board of Trustees, 1950-1955
  19 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Catholic Relief Services (CRS): Report to the Board of Trustees, 1956-1966
  20 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Emblem, 1920-1928
  21 National Catholic Welfare Conference: General Secretary, 1921-1954
  22 National Catholic Welfare Conference: General Secretary, 1956-1958
        Subjects: Memorial to Father Burke in Saint Paul's College Chapel, Washington, D.C., Bishop Howard J. Carroll.
  23 National Catholic Welfare Conference: General Secretary, 1961-1966
        Subjects: The authority of the General Secretary.
  24 National Catholic Welfare Conference: General Secretary: Burke, John, J., C.S.P.: Memoirs of Mary Dineen Coyle and Iona A. McNulty, 1933, 1950-1952, 1964, 1970, 1972
  25 National Catholic Welfare Conference: General Secretary: Ready, Michael J.: Speeches, 1934-1936
  26 National Catholic Welfare Conference: General Secretary: Ready, Michael J.: Speeches, 1937-1942
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73 1 National Catholic Welfare Conference: National Catholic Community Service: Board of Trustees, 1956-1960
        Subject: Auditor's Reports.
  2 National Catholic Welfare Conference: National Catholic Community Service: Board of Trustees, 1961-1965
  3 National Catholic Welfare Conference: National Catholic Community Service: Board of Trustees: Agenda, 1945-1955
  4 National Catholic Welfare Conference: National Catholic Community Service: Board of Trustees: Agenda, 1956-1966
  5 National Catholic Welfare Conference: National Catholic Community Service: Board of Trustees: Minutes, 1941-1955
  6 National Catholic Welfare Conference: National Catholic Community Service: Board of Trustees: Minutes, 1956-1966
  7 National Catholic Welfare Conference: National Catholic Community Service: Report of the Secretary to the Board of Trustees, 1947-1950
  8 National Catholic Welfare Conference: National Catholic Community Service: Report of the Secretary to the Board of Trustees, 1951-1952
  9 National Catholic Welfare Conference: National Catholic Community Service: Report of the Secretary to the Board of Trustees, 1953-1954
  10 National Catholic Welfare Conference: National Catholic Community Service: Report of the Secretary to the Board of Trustees, 1955
  11 National Catholic Welfare Conference: National Catholic Community Service: Report of the Secretary to the Board of Trustees, 1956
  12 National Catholic Welfare Conference: National Catholic Community Service: Report of the Secretary to the Board of Trustees, 1957-1958
  13 National Catholic Welfare Conference: National Catholic Community Service: Report of the Secretary to the Board of Trustees, 1959
  14 National Catholic Welfare Conference: National Catholic Community Service: Report of the Secretary to the Board of Trustees, 1960
  15 National Catholic Welfare Conference: National Catholic Community Service: Report of the Secretary to the Board of Trustees, 1961
  16 National Catholic Welfare Conference: National Catholic Community Service: Report of the Secretary to the Board of Trustees, 1962
  17 National Catholic Welfare Conference: National Catholic Community Service: Report of the Secretary to the Board of Trustees, 1963
  18 National Catholic Welfare Conference: National Catholic Community Service: Report of the Secretary to the Board of Trustees, 1964
  19 National Catholic Welfare Conference: National Catholic Community Service: Report of the Secretary to the Board of Trustees, 1965-1966
  20 National Catholic Welfare Conference: National Catholic Welfare Conference, Inc., 1920-1947
  21 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Board of Trustees: Articles of Incorporation, By-Laws, and Minutes, 1920-1942
  22 National Catholic Welfare Conference: National Catholic Welfare Conference, Inc.: Agenda, 1933-1955
  23 National Catholic Welfare Conference: National Catholic Welfare Conference, Inc.: Agenda, 1956-1966
  24 National Catholic Welfare Conference: National Catholic Welfare Conference, Inc.: Minutes, 1920-1955
  25 National Catholic Welfare Conference: National Catholic Welfare Conference, Inc.: Minutes, 1956-1966
  26 National Catholic Welfare Conference: National Catholic Welfare Conference, Inc.: Resignations, 1935-1955
  27 National Catholic Welfare Conference: National Catholic Welfare Conference, Inc.: Resignations, 1956-1966
  28 National Catholic Welfare Conference: National Catholic Welfare Conference, Inc.: Reorganization, 1935
  29 National Catholic Welfare Conference: National Catholic Welfare Conference, Inc.: Reorganization, 1940-1942
  30 National Catholic Welfare Conference: National Catholic Welfare Conference, Inc.: Reorganization, November 1964-March 1965
  31 National Catholic Welfare Conference: National Catholic Welfare Conference, Inc.: Reorganization, April-July 1965
  32 National Catholic Welfare Conference: National Catholic Welfare Conference, Inc.: Reorganization, August-December 1965
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74 1 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Reorganization: Departmental Charts, Budgets, Outlines, 1964-1965
  2 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Reorganization, January-March 1966
  3 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Reorganization, January-March 1966
  4 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Reorganization, April-May 1966
  5 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Reorganization, June-July 1966
  6 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Reorganization, August-September 1966
  7 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Reorganization, October 1966
  8 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Reorganization, November-December 1966
        Subject: Certificate of Change of Corporate name to United States Catholic Conference (USCC), December 9, 1966
  9 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Rome Office, September 1961-1962
        Subject: Temporary Roman Office during sessions of Vatican Council II.
  10 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Rome Office, October-December 1962
        Subject: Temporary Roman Office during sessions of Vatican Council II.
  11 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Rome Office, 1963
        Subject: Temporary Roman Office during sessions of Vatican Council II.
  12 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Rome Office, 1964-1966
        Subject: Temporary Roman Office during sessions of Vatican Council II.
  13 Organizations: Lay, 1920-1940
        Subject: Catholic Hospital Association (CHA), 1936; Narberth Movement, 1938; Soccorro Aos Catolicos Perseguidos, 1939; Catholic Evidence Guild, 1933-1940
  14 Organizations: Lay, 1941-1943
        Subject: American Catholic Historical Association, 1942; Catholic Lawyers' Guilds, 1941-1942
  15 Organizations: Lay, 1944-1948
        Subject: United Council of Church Women, 1945; International Catholic Union for Social Service, 1946; Austrian American Catholic Federation, 1944-1946
  16 Organizations: Lay, 1949-1950
  17 Organizations: Lay, 1951
        Subjects: Te Deum International, Information Center of the International Catholic Organizations, Kolping Society
  18 Organizations: Lay, 1952-1954
        Subjects: Catholic Mutual Relief Society of America, National Catholic Laymen's Retreat Conference.
  19 Organizations: Lay, 1955
        Subjects: Catholic Central Verein, Catholic Guilds for the Blind
  20 Organizations: Lay, 1957-1959
        Subjects: National Federation of Catholic Physicians' Guilds, 1957; Catholic Film Foundation, 1957-1958; National Catholic Conference for Interracial Justice; Catholic Commission on Intellectual and Cultural Affairs (CCICA), 1959
  21 Organizations: Lay, 1960-1961
  22 Organizations: Lay, 1962
        Subjects: Catholic War Veterans, 1961-1962
  23 Organizations: Lay, 1963
  24 Organizations: Lay, 1964
        Subjects: Catholic Council on Civil Liberties
  25 Organizations: Lay, 1965
        Subjects: Catholic Total Abstinence Union of America
  26 Organizations: Lay, 1966
        Subjects: Institute for Freedom in the Church
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75 1 Organizations: Lay: American Catholic Correctional Chaplains' Association, 1940-1955
  2 Organizations: Lay: American Catholic Correctional Chaplains' Association, 1956-1966
  3 Organizations: Lay: Apostleship of the Sea, 1930-1942
  4 Organizations: Lay: Apostleship of the Sea, 1945-1951
  5 Organizations: Lay: Apostleship of the Sea, 1952-1955
  6 Organizations: Lay: Apostleship of the Sea, 1956-1960
  7 Organizations: Lay: Apostleship of the Sea, 1961-1966
  8 Organizations: Lay: Catholic American Hungarian League, 1924 - 1945
  9 Organizations: Lay: Catholic Committee of the South, 1940-1953
  10 Organizations: Lay: Catholic Total Abstinence Union, 1944-1953
  11 Organizations: Lay: Catholic War Veterans (CWV), 1935-1954
  12 Organizations: Lay: Chaplains' Aid Association, 1921-1943
  13 Organizations: Lay: Christian Democratic Union of Central Europe, 1951-1955
  14 Organizations: Lay: Conference of International Catholic Organizations (ICO), 1954-1955
  15 Organizations: Lay: Conference of International Catholic Organizations (ICO), 1956-1960
  16 Organizations: Lay: Conference of International Catholic Organizations (ICO), 1961-1962
  17 Organizations: Lay: Conference of Presidents of International Catholic Organizations (ICO), 1947-1952
  18 Organizations: Lay: Conference of Presidents of International Catholic Organizations (ICO), 1953
        Persons: G. B. Montini to Paul F. Tanner, July 4, 1953
  19 Organizations: Lay: Consultant to NCWC Department of Lay Organizations, 1947-1952
        Persons: Rev. Philip J. Kenney
  20 Organizations: Lay: Crusade for a More Fruitful Preaching, 1937
  21 Organizations: Lay: Crusade for a More Fruitful Preaching, 1938-1949
  22 Organizations: Lay: International Catholic Charities, 1946-1949
  23 Organizations: Lay: International Catholic Charities, 1950-1954
  24 Organizations: Lay: Knights of Columbus, 1920 - 1951
  25 Organizations: Lay: Knights of Columbus, 1956-1966
  26 Organizations: Lay: National Catholic Education Association (NCEA), 1958-1966
  27 Organizations: Lay: National Conference of Catholic Charities (NCCC), 1938-1951
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76 1 Organizations: Lay: National Council of Catholic Men (NCCM), 1920-1935
  2 Organizations: Lay: National Council of Catholic Men (NCCM), 1946-1947
  3 Organizations: Lay: National Council of Catholic Men (NCCM), 1948
        Subject: Catholic Tri-State Congress, Grand Rapids, Michigan, September, 1947
  4 Organizations: Lay: National Council of Catholic Men (NCCM), 1949-1950
  5 Organizations: Lay: National Council of Catholic Men (NCCM), 1951
  6 Organizations: Lay: National Council of Catholic Men (NCCM), 1952-1955
  7 Organizations: Lay: National Council of Catholic Men (NCCM), 1956-1957
  8 Organizations: Lay: National Council of Catholic Men (NCCM), 1958 - 1959
  9 Organizations: Lay: National Council of Catholic Men (NCCM), 1960
        Subjects: Membership Plan; National Guild of Catholic Pharmacists
  10 Organizations: Lay: National Council of Catholic Men (NCCM), 1961
  11 Organizations: Lay: National Council of Catholic Men (NCCM), 1962
  12 Organizations: Lay: National Council of Catholic Men (NCCM), 1963
  13 Organizations: Lay: National Council of Catholic Men (NCCM), 1964
  14 Organizations: Lay: National Council of Catholic Men (NCCM), 1965
  15 Organizations: Lay: National Council of Catholic Men (NCCM), 1966
  16 Organizations: Lay: National Council of Catholic Nurses (NCCN), 1938-1940
  17 Organizations: Lay: National Council of Catholic Nurses (NCCN), 1944-1955
  18 Organizations: Lay: National Council of Catholic Nurses (NCCN), 1956-1966
  19 Organizations: Lay: National Council of Catholic Women (NCCW), 1920-1940
  20 Organizations: Lay: National Council of Catholic Women (NCCW), 1941-1949
  21 Organizations: Lay: National Council of Catholic Women (NCCW), 1950-1953
  22 Organizations: Lay: National Council of Catholic Women (NCCW), 1954-1955
  23 Organizations: Lay: National Council of Catholic Women (NCCW), 1956-1958
  24 Organizations: Lay: National Council of Catholic Women (NCCW), 1959-1960
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77 1 Organizations: Lay: National Council of Catholic Women (NCCW), 1961
        Subject: Foreign Policy Association
  2 Organizations: Lay: National Council of Catholic Women (NCCW), January-June 1962
  3 Organizations: Lay: National Council of Catholic Women (NCCW), July-September 1962
  4 Organizations: Lay: National Council of Catholic Women (NCCW), October-December 1962
  5 Organizations: Lay: National Council of Catholic Women (NCCW), 1963
  6 Organizations: Lay: National Council of Catholic Women (NCCW), 1964-1966
  7 Organizations: Lay: National Council of Catholic Women (NCCW), 1962-1963
        Focus: Latin America
  8 Organizations: Lay: National Council of Catholic Women (NCCW): Overseas Division, 1939-1965
  9 Organizations: Lay: National Federation of Sodalities of Our Lady, 1929-1966
  10 Organizations: Lay: Pax Romana, 1931-1953
        Persons: G. B. Montini to Howard J. Carroll, May 7, 1952
  11 Organizations: Lay: Pax Romana, 1957-1966
  12 Organizations: Lay: Polish Missionary Society, 1923
  13 Organizations: Lay: Serra International, 1951-1953
  14 Organizations: Lay: World Congress of The Lay Apostolate, Rome, October 7-14, 1951, September 1950-1951
  15 Organizations: Lay: World Congress of The Lay Apostolate, Rome, October 7-14, 1951, October-December 1951
  16 Organizations: Lay: World Congress of The Lay Apostolate, Rome, October 7-14, 1951, 1952-1954
  17 Organizations: Lay: World Congress of The Lay Apostolate, Rome, October 7-14, 1951, 1956-1957
  18 Organizations: Lay: World Congress of The Lay Apostolate, Rome, October 7-14, 1951, 1958-1960
  19 Organizations: Lay: World Congress of The Lay Apostolate, Rome, October 7-14, 1951, 1961-1966
  20 Organizations: Lay: Young Christian Workers, 1947-1961
  21 Organizations: Religious, 1956-1962
  22 Organizations: Religious: Confraternity of Christian Doctrine (CCD), 1934-1951
  23 Organizations: Religious: Confraternity of Christian Doctrine (CCD), 1956-1966
  24 Organizations: Religious: Extension Society, 1930-1940
  25 Organizations: Religious: Holy Name Society, 1940-1941
  26 Organizations: Religious: International Mary's Day Committee, 1934-1947
  27 Organizations: Religious: Legion of Christ The King, Washington D.C., 1946-1947
  28 Organizations: Religious: Pax Christi, 1947-1954
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78 1 Organizations: Secular, 1921-1938
        Subject: American Legion, 1921
  2 Organizations: Secular, 1939-1940
        Subjects: Friends of Democracy, Inc., 1939-1940; American Friends Service Committee, 1941
  3 Organizations: Secular, 1941-1946
        Subjects: United States Flag Association, 1941-1943; American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1934-1945; Public Administration Clearing House, Thirteen-Thirteen East Sixtieth St., Chicago, 1945; Save the Children Federation, 1945; Foreign Policy Association, 1927-1946
  4 Organizations: Secular, 1947
        Subjects: Americans for Democratic Action
  5 Organizations: Secular, 1948-1949
        Subjects: National Grange, 1944- 1949; Americans for Democratic Action; ORT; American Friends Service Committee
  6 Organizations: Secular, 1950-1951
  7 Organizations: Secular, 1952
        Subjects: National Congress of American Indians; Boy Scouts of America, 1945-1952
  8 Organizations: Secular, 1953-1955
        Subjects: American Civil Liberties Union, 1953; Lions Clubs, 1953
  9 Organizations: Secular, 1956-1957
        Subjects: Opus Dei
  10 Organizations: Secular, 1958-1959
        Subjects: Scientology, 1958; American Civil Liberties Unions (ACLU), 1956-1959
  11 Organizations: Secular, 1960
  12 Organizations: Secular, 1961
        Subjects: Religion in American Life, 1951-1961
  13 Organizations: Secular, 1962-1963
  14 Organizations: Secular, 1964
        Subject: Foreign Policy Association, 1955-1964; Law Day U.S.A., 1964
  15 Organizations: Secular, 1965-1966
        Subject: Hubert H. Humphrey to Paul F. Tanner, September 2, 1966
  16 Organizations: Secular: Citizens for Educational Freedom, 1960-1964
  17 Organizations: Secular: Citizens for Educational Freedom, 1965-1966
  18 Organizations: Secular: Community Chest, 1932-1936
  19 Organizations: Secular: Community Chest, 1941-1955
  20 Organizations: Secular: Crusade for Freedom, 1949-1951
        Subjects: National Committee for a Free Europe; Radio Free Europe
  21 Organizations: Secular: Crusade for Freedom, 1952
  22 Organizations: Secular: Crusade for Freedom, 1953-1955
  23 Organizations: Secular: Crusade for Freedom, 1957-1963
  24 Organizations: Secular: Ku Klux Klan (KKK), 1923-1939
  25 Organizations: Secular: Ku Klux Klan (KKK), 1946
  26 Organizations: Secular: Ku Klux Klan (KKK): NCWC Washington Letter, 1924-1925
  27 Organizations: Secular: Masons, 1922-1933
  28 Organizations: Secular: Masons, 1937-1943
  29 Organizations: Secular: Masons, 1944-1954
  30 Organizations: Secular: Masons, 1956-1957
  31 Organizations: Secular: Masons: Cornerstone Laying of Federal Buildings, 1932-1933
        Subject: Department of Labor Building.
  32 Organizations: Secular: Masons: Educational Matters, 1922-1924
  33 Organizations: Secular: Masons: Educational Matters, 1925-1946
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79 1 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS), 1941
        Subject: The History of USO, from February 10, 1941 to Pearl Harbor
  2 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS), 1941-1942
  3 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS), 1943-1945
  4 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS), 1946
  5 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS), January-April 1947
  6 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS), May-December 1947
  7 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS), January-June 1948
  8 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS), July-September 1948
  9 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS), October-December 1948
  10 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS), January-April 1949
  11 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS), May-September 1949
  12 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS), October-December 1949
  13 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS), January-February 1950
  14 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS), March-April 1950
  15 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS), May-June 1950
  16 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS), July-August 1950
  17 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS), September-October 10, 1950
  18 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS), October 11-November 1950
  19 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS), December 1950
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80 1 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS), January 1951
  2 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS), February 1951
  3 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS), March 1951
  4 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS), April-May 1951
  5 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS), June-July 1951
  6 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS), August-September 1951
  7 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS), October-November 1951
  8 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS), December 1951
        Person: Rita L. Lynn, Thesis, Catholic University of America, December 13, 1951
  9 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS), January-February 1952
  10 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS), February-April 1952
  11 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS), May-July 15, 1952
  12 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS), July 15-September 1952
  13 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS), October-December 1952
  14 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS), 1953
  15 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS), 1954
        Person: Omar N. Bradley to Paul F. Tanner, June 3, 1954
  16 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS), 1955
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81 1 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS), January-March 1956
  2 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS), April-August 1956
  3 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS), September-December 1956
  4 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS), 1957
  5 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS), 1958
  6 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS), 1959
  7 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS), January-June 1960
  8 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS), July-December 1960
  9 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS), January-June 1961
  10 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS), July-December 1961
        Subject: Chaplains Associatance Program Reports
  11 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS), January-June 1962
  12 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS), July-December 1962
  13 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS), January-February 1963
  14 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS), March-April 1963
  15 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS), May 1963
  16 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS), June-August 1963
  17 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS), September-December 1963
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82 1 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS), January-February 1964
  2 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS), March 1964
  3 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS), April-May 1964
  4 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS), June-August 1964
  5 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS), September-December 1964
  6 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS), January-February 1965
  7 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS), March-April 1965
  8 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS), May-August 1965
  9 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS), September-December 1965
  10 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS), January-February 1966
  11 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS), March-April 1966
  12 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS), May-December 1966
  13 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS): Minutes of the Meeting of the Board of Trustees., 1941-1949
  14 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS): Minutes of the Meeting of the Board of Trustees., 1950-1960
  15 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS): National USO Program Committee, 1963-1964
  16 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS): Program Advisory Committee, January-March 1953
  17 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS): Program Advisory Committee, April-June 1953
  18 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS): Program Advisory Committee, July-December 1953-1955
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83 1 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS): Program Advisory Committee (Chapters of Report), 1953
  2 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS): Program Advisory Committee (Chapters of Report), 1953
        I-VI, X
  3 Organizations: Secular: National Catholic Community Service (NCCS): Program Advisory Committee (Chapters of Report), 1953
        VII - XIV
  4 Organizations: Secular: National Social Welfare Assembly, 1946-1948
  5 Organizations: Secular: National Social Welfare Assembly, 1950-1954
  6 Organizations: Secular: National Social Welfare Assembly, 1956-1965
  7 Organizations: Secular: President's Advisory Committee on Political Refugees, March-June 1938
  8 Organizations: Secular: President's Advisory Committee on Political Refugees, July-December 1938
  9 Organizations: Secular: President's Advisory Committee on Political Refugees, 1939
  10 Organizations: Secular: President's Advisory Committee on Political Refugees, 1940
  11 Organizations: Secular: President's Advisory Committee on Political Refugees, 1941
  12 Organizations: Secular: President's Advisory Committee on Political Refugees, 1942
  13 Organizations: Secular: Red Cross, 1931-1947
  14 Organizations: Secular: Red Cross, 1948-1955
  15 Organizations: Secular: Red Cross, 1956-1966
  16 Organizations: Secular: Rotary International, 1927-1938
  17 Organizations: Secular: Rotary International, 1943-1953
  18 Organizations: Secular: Rotary International, 1964-1967
  19 Organizations: Secular: Rotary International: Literature, 1926-1933
  20 Organizations: Secular: United World Federalists, 1948-1956
  21 Organizations: Secular: Y.M.C.A. and Y.W.C.A., 1920-1941
  22 Organizations: Secular: Y.M.C.A. and Y.W.C.A., 1943-1954
  23 Organizations: Secular: Y.M.C.A. and Y.W.C.A., 1955
        Subject: Catholics and the Y.M.C.A.
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84 1 Organizations: Secular: Y.M.C.A. and Y.W.C.A., 1956-1965
  2 Organizations: Secular: Y.M.C.A. and Y.W.C.A., 1966
  3 Organizations: Student, 1926-1955
        Subject: National Student Association and the International Union of Students, 1947 - 1949
  4 Social Action, 1927-1945
  5 Social Action, 1944
        Subject: Ryan, John A. The Norm of Morality
  6 Social Action, 1947-1948
  7 Social Action, 1949
  8 Social Action, 1950
  9 Social Action, 1951-1953
  10 Social Action, 1954
  11 Social Action, 1955
        Subjects: Pan-Pacific Conference on Social Action, Melbourne, Australia, June 1955 Catholic Social Action Conference, Cleveland, September 1955
  12 Social Action, 1956-1958
  13 Social Action, 1959-1966
  14 Social Action: Aging, 1958-1959
  15 Social Action: Aging, 1960
  16 Social Action: Aging, 1961-1964
  17 Social Action: Catholic Association for International Peace (CAIP), 1939-1955
  18 Social Action: Catholic Association for International Peace (CAIP), 1956-1959
  19 Social Action: Catholic Association for International Peace (CAIP), 1960-1967
  20 Social Action: Child Welfare, 1929-1946
  21 Social Action: Child Welfare, 1949-1955
  22 Social Action: Child Welfare, 1956-1966
  23 Social Action: Child Welfare: Child Labor, 1934-1945
  24 Social Action: Child Welfare: Mid-Century White House Conference on Children and Youth, 1949
  25 Social Action: Child Welfare: Mid-Century White House Conference on Children and Youth, January-April 1950
  26 Social Action: Child Welfare: Mid-Century White House Conference on Children and Youth, May-September 1950
  27 Social Action: Child Welfare: Mid-Century White House Conference on Children and Youth, October-November 1950
  28 Social Action: Child Welfare: Mid-Century White House Conference on Children and Youth, December 1950-1951
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85 1 Social Action: Child Welfare: Mid-Century White House Conference on Children and Youth, 1952
  2 Social Action: 1960 White House Conference on Children and Youth, 1956-1957
  3 Social Action: 1960 White House Conference on Children and Youth, 1958
  4 Social Action: 1960 White House Conference on Children and Youth, 1959
  5 Social Action: 1960 White House Conference on Children and Youth, 1960-1965
  6 Social Action: Civil Rights, 1938-1949
  7 Social Action: Civil Rights, 1950-1954
  8 Social Action: Civil Rights, 1963
        Persons: Robert F. Kennedy to Paul Tanner, October 22, 1963
  9 Social Action: Civil Rights, 1964
  10 Social Action: Civil Rights, 1965-1966
  11 Social Action: Drug Addiction, 1921-1935
  12 Social Action: Equal Rights Amendment (ERA), 1945-1951
  13 Social Action: Family Life Bureau, 1931-1935
  14 Social Action: Family Life Bureau, 1940-1943
  15 Social Action: Family Life Bureau, 1944-1949
  16 Social Action: Family Life Bureau, 1950-1952
  17 Social Action: Family Life Bureau, 1953-1955
  18 Social Action: Family Life Bureau, 1956
  19 Social Action: Family Life Bureau, 1957-1959
  20 Social Action: Family Life Bureau, 1960
  21 Social Action: Family Life Bureau, 1961-1966
  22 Social Action: Family Life Bureau: Birth Control, 1930-1944
  23 Social Action: Family Life Bureau: Birth Control, 1945-1948
  24 Social Action: Family Life Bureau: Birth Control, 1949-1955
  25 Social Action: Family Life Bureau: Birth Control, 1956-1958
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86 1 Social Action: Family Life Bureau: Birth Control, 1959
        Subject: Population and Future United States Policy
  2 Social Action: Family Life Bureau: Birth Control, 1960
  3 Social Action: Family Life Bureau: Birth Control, 1961-1962
  4 Social Action: Family Life Bureau: Birth Control, 1963
  5 Social Action: Family Life Bureau: Birth Control, January-June 1964
        Subject: Secreto Pontificio
  6 Social Action: Family Life Bureau: Birth Control, July-December 1964
        Subject: The Oral Contraceptives, Their Mode of Action by Frank J. Ayd.
  7 Social Action: Family Life Bureau: Birth Control, January-July 1965
  8 Social Action: Family Life Bureau: Birth Control, August 1965
        Subject: Birth Control and Public Policy by Patrick A. O'Boyle
  9 Social Action: Family Life Bureau: Birth Control, September-December 1965
  10 Social Action: Family Life Bureau: Birth Control, 1966
  11 Social Action: Family Life Bureau: Birth Control: Japan, 1945-1949
  12 Social Action: Family Life Bureau: Birth Control: Japan, 1950-1955
  13 Social Action: Family Life Bureau: Birth Control: Japan, 1956-1958
  14 Social Action: Family Life Bureau: Family Life Conference, 1944-1946
  15 Social Action: Family Life Bureau: Marriage, 1926-1939
  16 Social Action: Family Life Bureau: Marriage, 1940-1943
  17 Social Action: Family Life Bureau: Marriage, 1945-1955
        Subject: Marriage by Proxy
  18 Social Action: Family Life Bureau: Marriage, 1957-1966
  19 Social Action: Family Life Bureau: Marriage: Divorce, 1920-1943
  20 Social Action: Family Life Bureau: Marriage: Divorce, 1945-1949
  21 Social Action: Family Life Bureau: Marriage: Divorce, 1950
  22 Social Action: Family Life Bureau: Marriage: Divorce, 1951-1955
  23 Social Action: Family Life Bureau: Marriage: Divorce, 1956-1965
  24 Social Action: Family Life Bureau: Marriage: Mixed Marriage, 1932-1949
  25 Social Action: Family Life Bureau: Marriage: Mixed Marriage, 1950-1955
  26 Social Action: Family Life Bureau: Marriage: Mixed Marriage, 1956-1964
  27 Social Action: Family Life Bureau: Marriage: Mixed Marriage: Ante-Nuptial Agreement, 1932-1949
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87 1 Social Action: Family Life Bureau: National Conference on Family Life (White House Conference), 1948
  2 Social Action: Family Life Bureau: National Federation of Family Life Bureaus, 1958-1960
  3 Social Action: Health and Medicine, 1944-1948
  4 Social Action: Health and Medicine, 1949-1955
        Persons: Paluel J. Flagg to Howard J. Carroll, November 22, 1955
  5 Social Action: Health and Medicine, 1956-1964
  6 Social Action: Health and Medicine, 1965-1966
  7 Social Action: Health and Medicine: Abortion, 1966
  8 Social Action: Health and Medicine: American Social Hygiene Association, 1945-1949
  9 Social Action: Health and Medicine: American Social Hygiene Association, 1950-1951
  10 Social Action: Health and Medicine: American Social Hygiene Association, 1952-1954
  11 Social Action: Health and Medicine: American Social Hygiene Association, 1955
  12 Social Action: Health and Medicine: American Social Hygiene Association, 1956-1958
  13 Social Action: Health and Medicine: Deaf, 1929-1941
  14 Social Action: Health and Medicine: Euthanasia, 1947-1952
        Subject: Vincent C. Allred's Article
  15 Social Action: Health and Medicine: Hospitals, 1921-1944
  16 Social Action: Health and Medicine: Hospitals, 1945
        Subject: Hill-Burton Hospital Construction Act.
  17 Social Action: Health and Medicine: Hospitals, 1946
  18 Social Action: Health and Medicine: Hospitals, 1947-1949
  19 Social Action: Health and Medicine: Hospitals, 1950-1952
  20 Social Action: Health and Medicine: Hospitals, 1953-1955
  21 Social Action: Health and Medicine: Hospitals, 1956-1962
  22 Social Action: Health and Medicine: Hospitals, 1963-1966
        Subject: Formation of the National Association of Catholic Chaplains
  23 Social Action: Health and Medicine: Hospital: Emergency Maternal and Infant Care Program (E.M.I.C.), 1944-1947
  24 Social Action: Health and Medicine: Hospitals: Veterans, 1945-1954
  25 Social Action: Health and Medicine: Nurses, 1945-1956
        Subject: Nurses' Selective Service Act of 1945
  26 Social Action: Health and Medicine: Psychiatry, 1947-1948
        Person: Msgr. Fulton J. Sheen
  27 Social Action: Health and Medicine: Socialized Medicine, 1943-1946
  28 Social Action: Health and Medicine: Socialized Medicine, 1947-1949
  29 Social Action: Health and Medicine: Socialized Medicine, 1950-1955
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88 1 Social Action: Housing, 1934-1939
  2 Social Action: Housing, 1940-1944
  3 Social Action: Housing, 1945-1954
        Person: Harry S. Truman to Samuel Cardinal Stritch, April 8, 1946, re Veterans Housing; John F. Kennedy to Howard J. Carroll, January 30, 1948, re National Veterans Housing Conference.
  4 Social Action: Housing, 1956-1966
  5 Social Action: Labor Relations, 1923-1932
  6 Social Action: Labor Relations, January-August 1933
  7 Social Action: Labor Relations, September-December 1933
  8 Social Action: Labor Relations, 1934-1937
  9 Social Action: Labor Relations, 1938
  10 Social Action: Labor Relations, 1939-1944
  11 Social Action: Labor Relations, 1945
  12 Social Action: Labor Relations, 1946
  13 Social Action: Labor Relations, 1947
  14 Social Action: Labor Relations, 1948
  15 Social Action: Labor Relations, 1949-1950
  16 Social Action: Labor Relations, 1951-1952
  17 Social Action: Labor Relations, 1953-1954
  18 Social Action: Labor Relations, 1955
  19 Social Action: Labor Relations, 1956
  20 Social Action: Labor Relations, 1957
  21 Social Action: Labor Relations, 1958-1960
  22 Social Action: Labor Relations, 1961-1963
  23 Social Action: Labor Relations, 1964-1965
  24 Social Action: Labor Relations: Fair Employment Practice Committee, 1944
  25 Social Action: Labor Relations: Fair Employment Practice Committee, 1945
  26 Social Action: Labor Relations: Fair Employment Practice Committee, 1946-1947
  27 Social Action: Labor Relations: Industry Council Plan, 1949
  28 Social Action: Labor Relations: Industry Council Plan, 1950
  29 Social Action: Labor Relations: Industry Council Plan, 1951-1952
  30 Social Action: Labor Relations: Physically Handicapped, 1946-1950
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89 1 Social Action: Labor Relations: Physically Handicapped, 1951-1955
        Persons: G.B. Montini to H. J. Carroll, July 31, 1952 Subject: President's Committee on Employment of the Physically Handicapped
  2 Social Action: Labor Relations: Physically Handicapped, 1956-1959
  3 Social Action: Labor Relations: Physically Handicapped, 1960-1966
  4 Social Action: Labor Relations: Sheltered Workshops, 1934-1944
        Subject: Houses of the Good Shepherd
  5 Social Action: National Catholic Social Action Conference, 1956-1966
  6 Social Action: Philanthropy, 1943-1955
  7 Social Action: Philanthropy, 1956-1966
  8 Social Action: Philanthropy: Ford Foundation, 1950-1955
  9 Social Action: Prisons, 1928-1950
        Subject: Chapel For Federal Industrial Institution for Women, Alderson, West Virginia, 1928-1932
  10 Social Action: Race Relations, 1929-1947
        Person: John A. Ryan, The Place of the Negro in American Society, March 2, 1943, autographed copy.
  11 Social Action: Race Relations, 1948-1950
  12 Social Action: Race Relations, 1951-1955
  13 Social Action: Race Relations, 1956-1959
  14 Social Action: Race Relations, 1960-1962
  15 Social Action: Race Relations, January-July 1963
  16 Social Action: Race Relations, August 1963
        Subject: Joint Pastoral Letter on Racial Harmony
  17 Social Action: Race Relations, September-December 1963
  18 Social Action: Race Relations, 1964-1966
  19 Social Action: Race Relations: Jews, 1938-1945
  20 Social Action: Rural Life, 1934-1949
  21 Social Action: Rural Life, 1950-1955
  22 Social Action: Rural Life, 1956-1957
  23 Social Action: Rural Life, 1958-1964
  24 Social Action: Rural Life, 1965-1966
  25 Social Action: Social Security, 1929-1935
  26 Social Action: Social Security, 1936-1937
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90 1 Social Action: Social Security, March 1938-1939
  2 Social Action: Social Security, April-December 1939
  3 Social Action: Social Security, 1940
  4 Social Action: Social Security, 1941
  5 Social Action: Social Security, 1942
  6 Social Action: Social Security, 1943
  7 Social Action: Social Security, 1944
  8 Social Action: Social Security, 1945
  9 Social Action: Social Security, 1946
  10 Social Action: Social Security, 1947
  11 Social Action: Social Security, 1948-1949
  12 Social Action: Social Security, 1950-1951
  13 Social Action: Social Security, 1952-1953
  14 Social Action: Social Security, 1954-1955
  15 Social Action: Social Security, 1956-1960
  16 Social Action: Social Security, 1961-1966
  17 Social Action: Spanish Speaking, 1942-1943
  18 Social Action: Spanish Speaking, 1944
        Persons: N. A. Rockefeller to Howard J. Carroll, February 4, 1944 N. A. Rockefeller to Michael J. Ready, September 1, 1944 N. A. Rockefeller to Michael J. Ready, December 8, 1944
  19 Social Action: Spanish Speaking, 1945-1947
  20 Social Action: Spanish Speaking, 1952-1955
  21 Social Action: Spanish Speaking, 1956-1960
  22 Social Action: Sterilization, 1930-1939
  23 Social Action: Sterilization, 1940-1949
  24 Social Action: Sterilization, 1957-1966
  25 Social Action: Venereal Disease (VD) Control, 1939-1944
  26 Social Action: Venereal Disease (VD) Control, 1945
  27 Social Action: Venereal Disease (VD) Control, 1946-1948
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91 1 Social Action: Youth, 1934-1938
  2 Social Action: Youth, 1939
  3 Social Action: Youth, 1940-1941
  4 Social Action: Youth, 1942-1944
  5 Social Action: Youth, 1945-1946
  6 Social Action: Youth, 1947
  7 Social Action: Youth, 1948-1949
  8 Social Action: Youth, 1950
  9 Social Action: Youth, 1951
  10 Social Action: Youth, 1952-1953
        Subject: Administrative Board Minutes, August 8, 1952
  11 Social Action: Youth, 1954
  12 Social Action: Youth, 1955
        Persons: Arnold Lunn to Karl J. Alter, May 2, 1955
  13 Social Action: Youth, 1956
  14 Social Action: Youth, 1957
        Subjects: Origin of the Marian Award Notes on the History of the Youth Department.
  15 Social Action: Youth, 1958-1959
        Subjects: Junior Catholic Daughters of America
  16 Social Action: Youth, 1960
  17 Social Action: Youth, 1961-1963
  18 Social Action: Youth, 1964-1966
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92 1 Social Action: Youth: National Federation of Catholic College Students (NFCCS), 1946-1955
  2 Social Action: Youth: National Federation of Catholic College Students (NFCCS), 1956-1966
  3 Social Action: Youth: Newman Club, 1945-1952
  4 Social Action: Youth: Newman Club, 1955
        Person: Appointment of Charles W. Albright, C.S.P., as Executive Secretary of National Newman Club Federation.
  5 Social Action: Youth: Newman Club, 1956
  6 Social Action: Youth: Newman Club, 1957-1966
  7 Travel, 1931-1943
  8 Travel, 1944-1949
        Subject: Clergy Rates on Air Lines
  9 Travel, 1950-1955
  10 Travel, 1956-1959
  11 Travel, 1960-1964
        Subject: Airport Chapels, 1958-1963
  12 Travel, 1965-1966
  13 U.S. Government: General, 1922-1939
  14 U.S. Government: General, 1940-1941
        Persons: Maurice Sterne to M. J. Ready, May 15, 1940 Interview with Archbishop Ameto G. Cicognani, August 31, 1941.
  15 U.S. Government: General, 1942-1949
  16 U.S. Government: General, 1950-1952
        Persons: Harry S. Truman to Howard J. Carroll, November 7, 1950 Msgr. Maurice S. Sheehy
  17 U.S. Government: General, 1953-1954
  18 U.S. Government: General, 1955
  19 U.S. Government: General, 1956
        Subject: Appointment of Justice William J. Brennan, Jr.
  20 U.S. Government: General, 1957
  21 U.S. Government: General, 1958
        Person: Dwight D. Eisenhower to Paul F. Tanner, January 24, 1958
  22 U.S. Government: General, 1959
        Person: Richard Nixon to Paul F. Tanner, June 18, 1959
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93 1 U.S. Government: General, 1960
  2 U.S. Government: General, 1961
        Subject: Federal Department of Education
  3 U.S. Government: General, 1962
        Person: Lyndon B. Johnson to Paul F. Tanner, April 27, 1962 and June 4, 1962
  4 U.S. Government: General, 1963
  5 U.S. Government: General, 1964
        Person: Lyndon Johnson to Paul F. Tanner, October 6, 1964
  6 U.S. Government: General, 1965
        Person: Lyndon Johnson to Patrick A. O'Boyle, July 17, 1965
  7 U.S. Government: General, 1966
        Person: Hubert H. Humphrey to Paul F. Tanner, January 4, 1966; Lyndon B. Johnson to John F. Dearden, November 23, 1966
  8 U.S. Government: Alien Property Custodian, 1922-1947
  9 U.S. Government: Atomic Energy, 1945
        Person: Karl F. Herzfeld, November 1, 1945
  10 U.S. Government: Atomic Energy, 1946-1948
  11 U.S. Government: Atomic Energy, 1949
  12 U.S. Government: Atomic Energy, 1950
  13 U.S. Government: Atomic Energy, 1951
        Subject: Modern War and the Moral Law
  14 U.S. Government: Atomic Energy, 1952-1955
  15 U.S. Government: Atomic Energy, 1956-1963
  16 U.S. Government: Birth Control, 1965
  17 U.S. Government: Birth Control, January 1966
  18 U.S. Government: Birth Control, February 1966
        Subject: Memorandum of Law: Authorization, under Economic Opportunity Act, for Expenditure of Public Funds to Support Birth Control Programs
  19 U.S. Government: Birth Control, March 1966
  20 U.S. Government: Birth Control, April 1966
  21 U.S. Government: Birth Control, May 1966
  22 U.S. Government: Birth Control, June 1966
  23 U.S. Government: Birth Control, July 1966
  24 U.S. Government: Birth Control, August-September 1966
  25 U.S. Government: Birth Control, October-December 1966
  26 U.S. Government: Civil Defense, 1950-May 1951
Box Folder
94 1 U.S. Government: Civil Defense, June-August 1951
  2 U.S. Government: Civil Defense, September-December 1951
  3 U.S. Government: Civil Defense, 1952-1954
        Subject: An Exploration Study of the Role of Catholic Church Organizations in Disaster; Department of Anthropology, Catholic University of America
  4 U.S. Government: Civil Defense, 1955
  5 U.S. Government: Civil Defense, 1956
  6 U.S. Government: Civil Defense, 1957
  7 U.S. Government: Civil Defense, 1958
  8 U.S. Government: Civil Defense, 1959
  9 U.S. Government: Civil Defense, 1960
  10 U.S. Government: Civil Defense, 1961
  11 U.S. Government: Civil Defense, 1962-1963
  12 U.S. Government: Civil Defense: Valley Forge Foundation, 1951-1952
  13 U.S. Government: Financial Control of Foreign Assets, 1941
  14 U.S. Government: Financial Control of Foreign Assets, 1942-1946
  15 U.S. Government: Financial Control of Foreign Assets, 1966
        Subject: Interest Rates
  16 U.S. Government: National Service Corps, 1962-1964
        Persons: Robert F. Kennedy to Paul F. Tanner, November 15, 1962
  17 U.S. Government: Office of Defense Transportation, 1943-1945
  18 U.S. Government: Peace Corps, 1960-February 1961
  19 U.S. Government: Peace Corps, March 1961-1964
        Persons: Lyndon B. Johnson to Paul F. Tanner, September 8, 1961
  20 U.S. Government: Peace Corps, 1965-1966
  21 U.S. Government: People-to-People Program, 1956
        Persons: Dwight D. Eisenhower to Howard J. Carroll, May 29, 1956
  22 U.S. Government: People-to-People Program, January-March 1957
  23 U.S. Government: People-to-People Program, April-June 1957
  24 U.S. Government: People-to-People Program, July 1957-1962
  25 U.S. Government: Postal Regulations, 1923-1944
        Subject: Mailing of Obscene Literature
  26 U.S. Government: Postal Regulations, 1945-1954
        Subject: Mailing of Obscene Literature
  27 U.S. Government: Postal Regulations, 1956-1959
Box Folder
95 1 U.S. Government: Poverty, January-May 1964
  2 U.S. Government: Poverty, June-September 1964
  3 U.S. Government: Poverty, October 1964
        Subject: The War on Poverty: A Handbook
  4 U.S. Government: Poverty, November-December 1964
  5 U.S. Government: Poverty, January-March 1965
  6 U.S. Government: Poverty, April-June 1965
  7 U.S. Government: Poverty, July-September 1965
  8 U.S. Government: Poverty, October-December 1965
  9 U.S. Government: Poverty, January-February 1966
  10 U.S. Government: Poverty, March-June 1966
        Persons: Hubert H. Humphrey to Paul F. Tanner, April 29, 1966
  11 U.S. Government: Poverty, July-December 1966
  12 U.S. Government: Poverty: Family Planning and Public Policy, 1965
        Subject: Third draft statement, March 19, 1965
  13 U.S. Government: Poverty: Family Planning and Public Policy: Draft Statements, 1965
        Subjects: Draft statements 1,2,4,5
  14 U.S. Government: Poverty: Interreligious Committee against Poverty, January-September 1965
  15 U.S. Government: Poverty: Interreligious Committee against Poverty, October-December 1965
  16 U.S. Government: Poverty: Interreligious Committee against Poverty, January-April 1966
        Persons: Hubert H. Humphrey to Francis T. Hurley, January 24, 1966
  17 U.S. Government: Poverty: Interreligious Committee against Poverty, May-July 1966
  18 U.S. Government: Poverty: Interreligious Committee against Poverty, August-December 1966
  19 U.S. Government: Price Control and Rationing, 1942-1951
  20 U.S. Government: Priorities, 1941
        Subjects: Hospital, school, and church construction
  21 U.S. Government: Priorities, January-June 1942
  22 U.S. Government: Priorities, June-December 1942
        Subject: Our Lady Gate of Heaven Church, Detroit, Michigan
  23 U.S. Government: Priorities, January-June 1943
  24 U.S. Government: Priorities, July-December 1943
        Persons: Frank and Maisie Sheed of Sheed and Ward Publishers
  25 U.S. Government: Priorities, January-May 1944
  26 U.S. Government: Priorities, June-August 1944
        Subject: P.J. Kennedy and Sons
  27 U.S. Government: Priorities, September-December 1944
Box Folder
96 1 U.S. Government: Priorities, 1945
  2 U.S. Government: Priorities, 1949-1947
  3 U.S. Government: Priorities, 1948-1952
        Subject: National Production Authority approvals for church construction
  4 U.S. Government: Reconstruction Finance Corporation, 1932-1934
  5 U.S. Government: Reorganization, 1932-1939
  6 U.S. Government: Reorganization, 1945-1946
  7 U.S. Government: Reorganization, 1947-1948
        Subject: Legislation to create a Department of Health, Education, and Security
  8 U.S. Government: Surplus Property, 1944
  9 U.S. Government: Surplus Property, January-June 1945
  10 U.S. Government: Surplus Property, July-December 1945
  11 U.S. Government: Surplus Property, 1946
  12 U.S. Government: Surplus Property, 1947
  13 U.S. Government: Surplus Property, 1948-1955
  14 U.S. Government: Surplus Property, 1956-1965
  15 U.S. Government: Surplus Property Guide, 1945
  16 U.S. Government: Surplus Property Guide, 1946-1948
  17 U.S. Government: Taxation, 1921-1938
        Subject: The Michigan Catholic (newspaper)
  18 U.S. Government: Taxation, 1940-1941
  19 U.S. Government: Taxation, January-August 1942
  20 U.S. Government: Taxation, September-December 1942
  21 U.S. Government: Taxation, 1943
        Subject: Vow of Poverty and Internal Revenue laws
  22 U.S. Government: Taxation, 1944
        Subject: Vow of Poverty
  23 U.S. Government: Taxation, 1945
  24 U.S. Government: Taxation, 1946
  25 U.S. Government: Taxation, 1947
  26 U.S. Government: Taxation, 1948-1949
  27 U.S. Government: Taxation, 1950
Box Folder
97 1 U.S. Government: Taxation, 1951
  2 U.S. Government: Taxation, 1952
        Subjects: Christian Brothers, California Province; Inheritance tax on Mass bequests
  3 U.S. Government: Taxation, 1953
  4 U.S. Government: Taxation, 1954-1955
  5 U.S. Government: Taxation, 1956
        Subject: Excise Tax
  6 U.S. Government: Taxation, 1957
  7 U.S. Government: Taxation, 1958
  8 U.S. Government: Taxation, 1959
  9 U.S. Government: Taxation, 1960
  10 U.S. Government: Taxation, 1961
  11 U.S. Government: Taxation, 1962
  12 U.S. Government: Taxation, 1963
  13 U.S. Government: Taxation, 1964
  14 U.S. Government: Taxation, 1965
  15 U.S. Government: Taxation, 1966
  16 U.S. Government: Taxation: Apostolic Delegation, 1939-1944
  17 U.S. Government: Taxation: California Tax Case, 1956
        Subject: Paul W. Heisey, Appellant, vs. County of Alameda; City of Oakland
  18 U.S. Government: Taxation: California Tax Case, 1957-1958
  19 U.S. Government: Taxation: Charitable Trusts, 1942-1954
  20 U.S. Government: Taxation: Charitable Trusts: Sacred Heart International Foundation Fund, 1951-1953
  21 U.S. Government: Taxation: Charitable Trusts: Sacred Heart International Foundation Fund, 1954
  22 U.S. Government: Taxation: District of Columbia Tax Exemption, 1942
  23 U.S. Government: Taxation: District of Columbia Tax Exemption on NCWC Property, 1941-1955
        Subject: Copies of Certificate and Articles of Incorporation
  24 U.S. Government: Trade, 1922-1949
  25 U.S. Government: Trade, 1950 - 1955
  26 U.S. Government: Trade, 1956-1963
Subseries 1.2: Numerical Subject Files, 1919-1948 (46 boxes)
 
Box Folder
98 1 Organizations: Lay: National Council of Catholic Women (NCCW), 1920-1929
        NCWC #8
  2 Organizations: Lay: National Council of Catholic Women (NCCW), 1930-1934
        NCWC #8
  3 Organizations: Lay: National Council of Catholic Women (NCCW): Activities, Reports, 1920-1922
        NCWC #8-D
  4 Organizations: Lay: National Council of Catholic Women (NCCW): New York, 1928
        NCWC #8-E
  5 Organizations: Lay: National Council of Catholic Women (NCCW): Agnes G. Regan, 1935, 1938
        NCWC #8-F
  6 Organizations: Lay: National Council of Catholic Women (NCCW): Province of Baltimore, Maryland, 1920, 1930-1932
        NCWC #8-G
  7 Organizations: Lay: National Council of Catholic Women (NCCW): Province of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1937
        NCWC #8-H
  8 Organizations: Lay: National Council of Catholic Women (NCCW): Province of Oregon, 1921
        NCWC #8-M
  9 Organizations: Lay: National Council of Catholic Women (NCCW): Province of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1920
        NCWC #8-P
  10 Organizations: Lay: National Council of Catholic Women (NCCW): Youth Institute, 1935
        NCWC #8-Y
  11 Organizations: Religious: National Catholic War Council (NCWC), 1919
        NCWC #12
  12 International Affairs: Haiti, 1921-1939
        NCWC #14
  13 International Affairs: Haiti: Forbes Commission, 1929-1931
        NCWC #14
  14 International Affairs: Haiti: Hierarchy and Clergy, 1921-1928
        NCWC #14
  15 International Affairs: Haiti: Hierarchy and Clergy, 1929-1930
        NCWC #14
  16 International Affairs: Haiti: Hierarchy and Clergy, 1931-1936
        NCWC #14
  17 International Affairs: Haiti: Schools, 1923-1931
        NCWC #14
  18 International Affairs: Haiti: U.S. Government, 1922-1935
        NCWC #14
  19 International Affairs: Haiti: U.S. Senate Investigation Committee, 1921-1922
        NCWC #14
  20 Information Media: Press: NCWC News Service, 1919-1926
        NCWC #15; Person: Theodore Maynard, 1922
  21 Information Media: Press: NCWC News Service, 1927-1931
        NCWC #15
  22 Information Media: Press: NCWC News Service, 1933-1938
        NCWC #15
  23 Information Media: Press: NCWC News Service, 1939-1941
        NCWC #15
  24 Information Media: Press: NCWC News Service, 1942-1943
        NCWC #15
  25 Information Media: Press: NCWC News Service, 1944
        NCWC #15; Persons: Luigi Sturzo to Michael J. Ready, June 4, 1944
  26 Information Media: Press: NCWC News Service, 1919-1922
        NCWC #15-A; Chairman: Bishop William T. Russell
  27 Information Media: Press: NCWC News Service, 1927-1931
        NCWC #15-B; Director: Justin McGrath
  28 Information Media: Press: NCWC News Service, 1932-1938
        NCWC #15-B; Director: Frank Hall
  29 Information Media: Press: NCWC News Service, 1939
        NCWC #15-B
  30 Information Media: Press: NCWC News Service, 1940
        NCWC #15-B
  31 Information Media: Press: NCWC News Service, 1941
        NCWC #15-B
  32 Information Media: Press: NCWC News Service, January-May 1942
        NCWC #15-B
  33 Information Media: Press: NCWC News Service, June-December 1942
        NCWC #15-B
  34 Information Media: Press: NCWC News Service, 1920-1931
        NCWC #15-C; Persons: Staff
  35 Information Media: Press: NCWC News Service, 1921-1935
        NCWC #15-D; Subject: Catholic Press Month
  36 Information Media: Press: NCWC News Service, 1920-1928
        NCWC #15-E; Subject: Catholic daily paper, proposal for
  37 Information Media: Press: NCWC News Service, 1920
        NCWC #15-F; Person: Rev. Jules A. Baisnee, S.S.
Box Folder
99 1 Information Media: Press: NCWC News Service, 1921
        NCWC #15-G; Subject: Director's Report to the General Secretary
  2 Information Media: Press: NCWC News Service, 1922-1933
        NCWC #15-G
  3 Information Media: Press: NCWC News Service, 1920
        NCWC #15-H; Subject: Translations
  4 Information Media: Press: NCWC News Service, 1923-1927
        NCWC #15-J; Subject: Book reviews, editorials
  5 Information Media: Press: NCWC News Service, 1920-1922
        NCWC #15-K; Person: Michael Williams
  6 Information Media: Press: NCWC News Service, 1922-1924
        NCWC #15-L; Chairman: Bishop Louis S. Walsh. Died 12 May 1924
  7 Information Media: Press: NCWC News Service, 1924-1927
        NCWC #15-N; Chairman: Bishop Philip R. McDevitt. Resigned 8 April 1930
  8 Information Media: Press: NCWC News Service, 1928-1929
        NCWC #15-N
  9 Information Media: Press: NCWC News Service, 1930-1935
        NCWC #15-N; Chairman: Bishop Hugh Boyle
  10 Information Media: Press: NCWC News Service, 1936-1939
        NCWC #15-N; Chairman: Bishop John Mark Gannon
  11 Information Media: Press: NCWC News Service, 1940-1943
        NCWC #15-N
  12 Information Media: Press: NCWC News Service, 1930-1936
        NCWC #15-O; Subject: Universal Congress of the Catholic Press, 1930
  13 Information Media: Press: NCWC News Service, 1930-1936
        NCWC #15-P; Assistant Chairman: Bishop Edward F. Hoban
  14 Organizations: Secular: American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1930-1935
        NCWC #16
  15 Church: Hierarchy: Hanna, Edward J., Archbishop of San Francisco, California, 1919-1922
        NCWC #18
  16 Church: Hierarchy: Hanna, Edward J., Archbishop of San Francisco, California, 1923-1926
        NCWC #18
  17 Church: Hierarchy: Hanna, Edward J., Archbishop of San Francisco, California, 1927-1928
        NCWC #18
  18 Church: Hierarchy: Hanna, Edward J., Archbishop of San Francisco, California, 1929
        NCWC #18
  19 Church: Hierarchy: Hanna, Edward J., Archbishop of San Francisco, California, 1930-1931
        NCWC # 18
  20 Church: Hierarchy: Hanna, Edward J., Archbishop of San Francisco, California, 1932
        NCWC # 18
  21 Church: Hierarchy: Hanna, Edward J., Archbishop of San Francisco, California, 1933
        NCWC #18
  22 Church: Hierarchy: Hanna, Edward J., Archbishop of San Francisco, California, 1934-1935
        NCWC #18
  23 Pious Fund of the Californias, 1934
        NCWC #18-A
  24 Church: Hierarchy: Mitty, John J., Archbishop of San Francisco, California, 1931-1935
        NCWC #18-A
  25 Church: Hierarchy: Mitty, John J., Archbishop of San Francisco, California, 1936-1937
        NCWC #18-A
  26 Church: Hierarchy: Mitty, John J., Archbishop of San Francisco, California, 1938-1939
        NCWC #18-A
  27 Church: Hierarchy: Mitty, John J., Archbishop of San Francisco, California, 1940-1941
        NCWC #18-A
  28 Church: Hierarchy: Mitty, John J., Archbishop of San Francisco, California, 1942
        NCWC #18-A
  29 Church: Hierarchy: O'Hern, John Francis, Bishop of Rochester, New York, 1930-1933
        NCWC #18-B
  30 Church: Hierarchy: Schrembs, Joseph, Bishop of Cleveland, Ohio, 1921-1929
        NCWC #19
  31 Church: Hierarchy: Schrembs, Joseph, Bishop of Cleveland, Ohio, 1930
        NCWC #19
  32 Church: Hierarchy: Schrembs, Joseph, Bishop of Cleveland, Ohio, 1931
        NCWC #19
  33 Church: Hierarchy: Schrembs, Joseph, Bishop of Cleveland, Ohio, 1932
        NCWC #19
  34 Church: Hierarchy: Schrembs, Joseph, Bishop of Cleveland, Ohio, 1933
        NCWC #19
  35 Church: Hierarchy: Schrembs, Joseph, Bishop of Cleveland, Ohio, 1934-1936
        NCWC #19
  36 Church: Hierarchy: Schrembs, Joseph, Archbishop of Cleveland, Ohio, 1939-1940
        NCWC #19
Box Folder
100 1 U.S. Government: National Parks, 1927-1933
        NCWC #27
  2 U.S. Government: National Parks, 1926
        NCWC #27
  3 U.S. Government: National Parks, 1927
        NCWC #27
  4 U.S. Government: National Parks, 1928-1931
        NCWC #27
  5 U.S. Government: Education, 1923-1935
        NCWC #27-A
  6 U.S. Government: Education, 1936-1937
        NCWC #27-A
  7 U.S. Government: Education, 1938-1939
        NCWC #27-A
  8 U.S. Government: National Advisory Committee On Education: Federal Relations, 1930-1931
        NCWC #27-B
  9 U.S. Government: New England Conference On Homemaking Education, 1932
        NCWC #27-C
  10 McGuire, C.E., 1921-1927
        NCWC #30
  11 International Affairs: Australian Legation, 1940
        NCWC #31
  12 Organizations: Secular: Big Brothers and Sisters, 1920-1925
        NCWC #32
  13 Church: Religious Orders: Paulist Fathers, 1920-1928
        NCWC #33
  14 Military Affairs: War Camp Community Service, 1920-1921
        NCWC #34
  15 Church: Clergy: Clergy Rates on Railroads, 1920
        NCWC #36
  16 Church: Clergy: Cooper, John Montgomery, 1920-1923
        NCWC #38
  17 Organizations: Religious: Tekakwitha League, 1921-1932
        NCWC #39
  18 Organizations: Religious: Tekakwitha League, 1933-1941
        NCWC #39
  19 Education: Educational Institutions: The Catholic University of America (CUA), 1920-1929
        NCWC #42
  20 Education: Educational Institutions: The Catholic University of America (CUA), 1930-1936
        NCWC #42
  21 Education: Educational Institutions: The Catholic University of America (CUA), 1937-1939
        NCWC #42
  22 Education: Educational Institutions: The Catholic University of America (CUA), 1940-1941
        NCWC #42
  23 NCWC: Utica Branch, 1920
        NCWC #43
  24 NCWC: Utica Branch, 1920
        NCWC #43
  25 NCWC: Utica Branch, 1921
        NCWC #43
  26 NCWC: Utica Branch, 1922
        NCWC #43
  27 NCWC: Utica Branch, 1923
        NCWC #43
  28 NCWC: Utica Branch, 1923
        NCWC #43
  29 NCWC: Utica Branch, 1923
        NCWC #43
  30 NCWC: Utica Branch, 1924
        NCWC #43
  31 NCWC: Utica Branch, 1925
        NCWC #43
  32 NCWC: Utica Branch, 1926-1927
        NCWC #43
  33 NCWC: Utica Branch: Reports, 1923-1925
        NCWC #43
  34 Organizations: Secular: Catholic Women's Clubs of Utica, Inc., 1921-1922
        NCWC #43-A
  35 International Affairs: International Labor Office (ILO), 1921
        NCWC #44
  36 International Affairs: American Committee for Devastated France, 1919-1923
        NCWC #45
  37 Organizations: Lay: National Council of Catholic Women (NCCW): Overseas Division, 1939-1940
        NCWC #46
  38 International Affairs: Latin America, 1921-1934
        NCWC #47
  39 International Affairs: Latin America, 1935-1937
        NCWC #47
Box Folder
101 1 International Affairs: Latin America, 1938
        NCWC #47
  2 International Affairs: Latin America, 1939
        NCWC #47
  3 International Affairs: Latin America, 1940
        NCWC #47
  4 International Affairs: Latin America, January-June 1941
        NCWC #47
  5 International Affairs: Latin America, July-September 1941
        NCWC #47
  6 International Affairs: Latin America, October-December 1941
        NCWC #47
  7 International Affairs: Latin America, January-June 1942
        NCWC #47
  8 International Affairs: Latin America, July-September 1942
        NCWC #47
  9 International Affairs: Latin America, October-December 1942
        NCWC #47
  10 International Affairs: Latin America, January-March 1943
        NCWC #47; Persons: Sumner Welles to Michael J. Ready, February 8, 1943
  11 International Affairs: Latin America, April-June 1943
        NCWC #47
  12 International Affairs: Latin America, July-December 1943
        NCWC #47
  13 International Affairs: Latin America, January-March 1944
        NCWC #47
  14 International Affairs: Latin America, April-July 1944
        NCWC #47
  15 International Affairs: Latin America: Seminar, June-August 1942
        NCWC # 7; Persons: Sumner Welles to Michael J. Ready August 18 and 30, 1942
  16 International Affairs: Latin America: Seminar, September 1942
        NCWC #47
  17 International Affairs: Latin America: Seminar, October 1942-1944
        NCWC #47
  18 International Affairs: Latin America: Seminar: Clippings, 1942
        NCWC #47
  19 International Affairs: Latin America: Seminar: Photographs, 1942
        NCWC #47 . Special Pictorial Release, August 25, 1942. NCWC Picture Service. Photographs of: Most Rev. Miguel de Andrea, Titular Bishop of Temnos and Director of the Catholic Workers Center of Buenos Aires, Archbishop Eward Mooney of Detroit, Chairman of Administrative Board, NCWC, Bishop Edwin V. O'Hara of Kansas City, Episcopal Chairman of the NCWC Department of Social Action, Archbishop Robert E. Lucey of San Antonio, Bishop Miguel Dario Miranda of Tulancingo, Mexico, Very Rev. Msgr. Howard J. Carroll, Assistant General Secretary, NCWC
Box Folder
102 1 International Affairs: South America, 1926-1929
        NCWC #47-A
  2 International Affairs: South America, 1930-1931
        NCWC #47-A
  3 International Affairs: South America, 1932-1935
        NCWC #47-A
  4 International Affairs: South America, 1936-March 1939
        NCWC #47-A
  5 International Affairs: South America, April-December 1939
        NCWC #47-A
  6 International Affairs: South America, 1940-1941
        NCWC #47-A
  7 International Affairs: South America, 1943
        NCWC #47-A
  8 International Affairs: South America: Columbia, 1936-1939
        NCWC #47-A
  9 International Affairs: South America: Columbia, 1940-1943
        NCWC #47-A
  10 International Affairs: Central America, 1921-1939
        NCWC #47-B
  11 International Affairs: Guatemala, 1925-1926
        NCWC #47-B
  12 International Affairs: Guatemala, 1927-1936
        NCWC #47-B
  13 International Affairs: Panama, 1933-1936
        NCWC #47-B
  14 International Affairs: Latin American Bureau, 1929-1931
        NCWC #47-C
  15 International Affairs: Latin American Bureau, 1932-1933
        NCWC #47-C
  16 International Affairs: Latin American Bureau: O'Brien, Morgan J., 1928-1932
        NCWC #47-C
  17 International Affairs: Latin American Bureau: Conboy, Martin, 1929
        NCWC #47-C
  18 International Affairs: Inter-American Conference for the Maintenance of Peace, Buenos Aires, 1936
        NCWC #47-D
  19 International Affairs: Pan American Union, 1919-1940
        NCWC #47-D
  20 International Affairs: Pan American Union: Bolivar Centennial, 1930-1931
        NCWC #47-D
  21 International Affairs: Pan American Union: Pan American Day, 1931-1940
        NCWC #47-D
  22 International Affairs: Inter-American Conference on Education, Third, Mexico City, 1937
        NCWC #47-E
  23 Information Media: Press: NCWC News Service: Noticias Catolicas, 1939-1940
        NCWC #47-F
  24 Information Media: Press: NCWC News Service: Noticias Catolicas, 1941
        NCWC #47-F
  25 Information Media: Press: NCWC News Service: Noticias Catolicas, 1942
        NCWC #47-F
  26 Information Media: Press: NCWC News Service: Noticias Catolicas, 1943-1944
        NCWC #47-F
  27 Church: Hierarchy: Gibbons, James, Cardinal, 1919-1937
        NCWC #48
  28 Information Media: Publications: Daily American Tribune, 1920-1922
        NCWC #49
  29 Information Media: Bureau of Information, 1938-1942
        NCWC #50
  30 Information Media: Bureau of Information: Diocesan Directors, 1938
        NCWC #50
  31 Information Media: Bureau of Information: Ward, Patrick J., 1934-1939
        NCWC #50
  32 Information Media: Publications: Commonweal: Michael Williams, 1922-1925
        NCWC #51
  33 Information Media: Publications: Commonweal: Michael Williams, 1926-1928
        NCWC #51
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