The Catholic University of America

John A. Ryan

An inventory of The John A. Ryan Papers at The American Catholic History Research Center and University Archives


Contact Information:

Mailing Address: The Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C. 20064

Telephone: 202-319-5065

Email: archives@mail.lib.cua.edu

URL: http://archives.lib.cua.edu/

Search this page:

To search for text within this finding aid press Ctrl+F to open your web browser's search box.

   

Descriptive Summary

Repository: The Catholic University of America, The American Catholic History Research Center and University Archives
Creator: John A. Ryan, 1869-1945
Title: The John A. Ryan Papers
Dates: 1892-1945
Extent: 43 linear feet; 80 boxes
Abstract: The papers focus heavily on the last twenty years of his life, 1925 to 1945. Ryan's correspondence is the largest portion of materials, occupying over half of the collection. There are also articles, sermons, clippings, reports, pamphlets, lecture notes, scrapbooks, a personal journal, a small number of photos, and some audio recordings.
Collection Number: ACUA 011
Language: English

Biographical Note

John A. Ryan was raised in a large Irish Catholic family. He was the first of eleven children born to William and Maria (Luby) Ryan in Vermillion, Minnesota, about 20 miles south of St. Paul, on May 25, 1869. Both his father and mother had immigrated from Ireland. He worked on the family farm and participated fully in the devout religious life established by his parents. After graduating from Christian Brothers School in 1887, John entered St. Thomas College in St. Paul, Minnesota. He was the valedictorian of his graduating class at St. Thomas College in 1892. Ryan entered St. Paul Seminary in 1892, graduated in 1898, and received his holy orders from Archbishop John Ireland the same year. The young priest moved to the District of Columbia and began graduate studies at The Catholic University of America in 1898. He received his licentiate in theology in 1900 and a Doctorate in Sacred Theology from CUA in 1906. Between 1902 and 1915 Ryan taught at St. Paul Seminary. In 1915 he returned to The Catholic University of America as a Professor of Political Science and in 1916 was made a Professor of Moral Theology as well. Ryan retired from teaching at CUA in 1939. He continued to teach occasionally at nearby Trinity College, which he had done since returning to the District of Columbia. Ryan was also the Director of the National Catholic Welfare Council's Social Action Department during its first 25 years, from 1920 until his death in 1945. In 1933 the Catholic Church made Ryan a domestic prelate (Monsignor). Monsignor John A. Ryan died on September 16, 1945.

John A. Ryan was the foremost social justice advocate and theoretician in the Catholic Church during the first half in the 20th century. Ryan's family life informed many of his views on politics and society. He learned first hand of the difficulties that farmers encountered and supported the populist movement as a young man. He also read and became aware from his Irish immigrant family about Irish nationalists like Ignatius Donnelly and supported the cause of Irish independence. In 1891, the year before Ryan entered St. Paul Seminary, Pope Leo XIII issued Rerum Novarum, a papal encyclical that encouraged Catholic social activism on behalf of industrial workers. Rerum Novarum served as religious support for the progressive politics and economic philosophy that Ryan embraced throughout his academic and religious life. From his first published article, "A Country Without Strikes," in The Catholic World in 1900, until he died in 1945, Ryan focused most of his intellectual attention on economic and political issues. His licentiate dissertation, "Some Ethical Aspects of Speculation," investigated the morality of speculation. His Ph.D. dissertation was an influential early economic and moral argument for minimum wage legislation. It was published as A Living Wage in 1906. In these early publications Ryan staked out an economic position that maintained the primacy of private property but spurned overly acquisitive and unregulated free market capitalism as economically unhealthy and morally bankrupt. He would argue this economic position for his entire life. He enjoyed thoughtful disagreement and never shied from an intellectual battle. For example, he engaged in a high profile ongoing debate on the merits of socialism with Socialist Party of America leader Morris Hillquit in Everybody's Magazine in 1913-1914. The serious, popular, but also friendly debate was published in 1914 as Socialism: Promise Or Menace. (Although Ryan disagreed with Hillquit's political philosophy, he later protested the illegal removal of Hillquit and other democratically elected socialists from the New York State Assembly during the anti-radical hysteria of the immediate post-WW I period.)

Ryan's position as an economist and Catholic leader emerged more strongly after moving back to Washington, DC, and becoming a professor at CUA in 1915. He published another major monograph, Distributive Justice: The Right and Wrong of Our Present Distribution of Wealth, in 1916. Based on his interpretation and understanding of Rerum Novarum and extensive study of several plans for the reconstruction of post war societies Ryan wrote the critically important Bishop's Program of Social Reconstruction, issued by the National Catholic War Council in the name of American Bishops in 1919. The Bishop's Program became the guiding force for the National Catholic Welfare Council's Social Action Department and Catholic progressives in the 1920s and 1930s. Many of the recommendations in the Bishop's Program were enacted 15 years later during Franklin D. Roosevelt's New Deal. The National Recovery Administration's attempts to stabilize capitalism by organizing industrial output, wages, and providing some form of worker representation and collective bargaining were familiar to anyone who had read Ryan's publications. Ryan's closeness to FDR and the New Deal both personally and politically garnered him the nickname "Right Reverend New Dealer." In 1937 FDR asked Ryan to be the first Catholic priest to provide the invocation at a presidential inauguration, an honor he performed a second time for FDR in 1945, not long before both men died.

Although primarily an intellectual, thinker, and author, Ryan used his writing, public speaking, and position as the Director of the Social Action Department to encourage political and economic changes he felt necessary for a more fair and egalitarian society. Ryan supported minimum wage and child labor legislation, even though the latter position made him powerful enemies from within the American Catholic Church. When Charles Coughlin turned viciously against FDR and the New Deal during the 1936 presidential campaign, encouraging Catholic voters to abandon FDR, Ryan countered with his most famous public moment, an overtly partisan political speech ("Roosevelt Safeguards America") broadcast on national radio on October 8, 1936, urging Catholics to repudiate Coughlin and support the New Deal and Roosevelt. As his position as an economist with national stature and the premier Catholic social justice advocate solidified, Ryan's impressive output of published works and speeches increased. During the last 15 years of his life, from the 1930 to 1945, Ryan stayed extremely busy giving speeches and writing articles, books, reviews, and commentaries. His published material sometimes included social issues, such as sterilization and birth control, that were important to the teachings of the Catholic Church. Ryan's public positions on social issues led to clashes with New Deal allies who agreed with his economic positions. After a brief period of illness John A. Ryan died on September 16, 1945. At the time of his death Ryan was the most well known and influential social action advocate in the Catholic Church.

Return to the Table of Contents


Scope and Contents

The John A. Ryan Papers contain 42 linear feet and span from 1892 to 1945. The papers focus heavily on the last twenty years of his life, 1925 to 1945. There is very little material from prior to 1925. The most significant pre-1925 source in this collection is a thin but rich personal journal where Ryan recorded thoughts from 1892-1898. Some Ryan related pre-1925 material can be found in the National Catholic Welfare Council's Social Action Department Records. Ryan's correspondence is the largest portion of materials, occupying over half of the collection. There are also articles, sermons, clippings, reports, pamphlets, lecture notes, scrapbooks, a personal journal, a small number of photos, and some audio recordings. The materials are divided into seven series: (1) Correspondence Series, (2) Reference Files Series, (3) Writings, Speeches and Sermons Series, (4) Journal Series, (5) Teaching Notebooks Series, (6) Scrapbooks Series, and an (7) Audiovisual Series.

Series 1 is 23.5 linear feet of correspondence that dates from 1910-1945. The bulk of the correspondence falls into the 1925-1945 period. It is divided into two subseries. Subseries 1.1 contains Correspondents by Name and Series 1.2 contains Correspondents by Subject. Both subseries include letters to and from John Ryan concerning the Catholic Church, his writings, speaking engagements, political subjects, and personal matters. The letters are from Catholic and political leaders, friends and family, as well as everyday Catholics and non-Catholics.

The Series 2 (Reference Files Series) is comprised of materials Ryan saved for reference in preparing speeches and writing. The 7.5 linear feet of pamphlets, articles, clippings, and reports in this series span 1900-1945. Most of these materials were not created by Ryan. There are, however, occasionally original correspondence and notes included.

Series 3 contains Ryan's writings, speeches, and sermons. The largest portion of this 4 linear foot series are pamphlets, speeches, letters to the editor, book reviews, and articles authored by Ryan between 1900-1945. The series also includes sermons and book drafts.

The Series 4 is a personal journal from Ryan's time as a student at St. Paul Seminary between 1892-1898. Although relatively short, this is among the only items from early in Ryan's life in the collection and it includes his thoughts on political and social issues of the period.

Series 5 contains teaching notebooks that span his entire teaching career, from 1902 to 1942. The majority of these notebooks are from moral theology classes Ryan taught at both St. Paul Seminary (1902-1915) and Catholic University of America (1916-1930s). The 2.5 linear feet in this series also includes teaching notebooks used for political, economic, and social subject area courses like industrial relations and birth control, and notebooks used for courses he taught at other institutions, such as the University of Wisconsin.

Series 6 is the Scrapbook Series. It is comprised of 13 scrapbooks that highlight the career of John A. Ryan. They include clippings of reviews of his books, articles on his speeches and public positions, and obituaries. The scrapbooks occasionally include photos and ephemera. [Please note that scrapbooks #1-4 contain letters congratulating Ryan on his promotion to Monsignor in 1933. Copies of these are included in the Correspondent by Subject Subseries of the Correspondence Series.]

Series 7 is the audiovisual series. It includes both a small assortment of photos, primarily found in the scrapbooks, and audio recordings of Ryan. The audio recordings include Ryan's most famous public speech, "Roosevelt Safeguards America," broadcast nationally on the radio in October 1936. Three of the speeches have been transferred to compact discs for patron use.

Return to the Table of Contents


Arrangement

The John A. Ryan Papers consists of seven series:








Return to the Table of Contents


Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

There are no access restrictions.

Return to the Table of Contents


Administrative Information

Acquisition Information

Donated by the Social Action Department, National Catholic Welfare Conference and Lawrence Ryan in 1949-1950, 1957, and 1981.

Processing Information

Processing completed in August 2001 by Joseph Turrini. EAD markup completed in August 2006 by Cathey Dugan and Jordan Patty. EAD revisions in 2013 by Michael J. Dobbs. Digital archival object links added in 2015 by Paul Kelly.

Return to the Table of Contents


Related Material

The American Catholic History Research Center and University Archives:

Office of the General Secretary/Executive Department, National Catholic Welfare Council/Conference Records

Social Action Department, National Catholic Welfare Council/Conference Records

Other Repositories:

Michael J. Curley Papers, Archives of the Archdiocese of Baltimore

James Hugh Ryan Papers, Archives of the Archdiocese of Omaha

John A. Ryan Papers, Archives of the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis

Return to the Table of Contents


Index Terms

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


Persons:
Baldwin, Roger Nash, 1884-1981
Coughlin, Charles E. (Charles Edward), 1891-1979
Ely, Richard Theodore, 1854-1943 -- correspondence
Hillquit, Morris, 1869-1933
Roosevelt, Franklin D. (Franklin Delano), 1882-1945
Ryan, John Augustine, 1869-1945

Organizations:
Catholic University of America
National Catholic Welfare Conference

Subjects:
Catholic Church. Pope (1878-1903 : Leo XIII). Rerum novarum
Child labor Law and legislation United States
Chrisitan sociology Catholic Church
Government ownership
Labor
Labor unions
Living wage movement
Minimum wage
New Deal, 1933-1939
Progressivism (United States politics)
Reconstruction (1914-1939)
Social problems
Social Security
Socialism


Return to the Table of Contents


Bibliography

Books (arranged chronologically):

A Living Wage: Its Ethical and Economic Aspects. New York: Macmillan Co., 1906.

Francisco Ferrer, Criminal Conspirator. St Louis: B Herder Book Co., 1911.

Alleged Socialism of the Church Fathers. St Louis: B Herder Book Co., 1913.

Socialism: Promise or Menace. New York: Macmillan Co., 1914. (with Morris Hillquit)

Distributive Justice: The Right and Wrong of Our Present Distribution of Wealth. New York: Macmillan Co., 1916.

The Church and Socialism and Other Essays. Washington: The University Press, 1919.

The Church and Labor. New York: Macmillan Co., 1920. (with Joseph Husslein)

A Living Wage: Its Ethical and Economic Aspects. New York: Macmillan Co., 1914. (revised edition)

Social Reconstruction. New York: Macmillan Co., 1920.

The State and the Church. New York: Macmillan Co., 1922. (with Moorhouse F.X. Millar)

Declining Liberty and Other Papers. New York: Macmillan Co., 1927.

Distributive Justice: The Right and Wrong of Our Present Distribution of Wealth. New York: Macmillan Co., 1927. (revised edition)

The Catholic Church and the Citizen. New York: Macmillan Co., 1928.

Questions of the Day. Boston: Stratford Co., 1931.

A Better Economic Order. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1935.

Seven Troubled Years, 1930-1936: A Collection of Papers on the Depression and on the Problems of Recovery and Reform. Ann Arbor: Edwards Brothers, 1937.

Catholic Principles of Politics. New York: Macmillan Co., 1940. (with Francis J. Boland, this is a revised edition of The State and the Church)

Social Doctrine in Action, a Personal History. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1941.

Distributive Justice: The Right and Wrong of Our Present Distribution of Wealth. New York: Macmillan Co., 1942. (3rd edition, revised)

The Norm of Morality Defined and Applied to Particular Actions. Ann Arbor: Edwards Brothers, 1944.

Pamphlets (arranged chronologically; PLEASE NOTE THAT SOME OF THESE PAMPHLETS ARE NOT ACTUALLY IN THE COLLECTION):

A Program of Social Reform by Legislation. New York: Catholic World Press, 1909.

The Church and Interest-Taking. St. Louis: B. Herder, 1910.

A Minimum Wage By Legislation. St. Louis: Central Bureau of German Roman Central Verein, 1911.

Social Reform on the Catholic Lines. Brooklyn: Volksverein, Greenpoint, 1912.

The Living Wage. Catholic Social Guild Series. London: Catholic Truth Society, 1913.

Social Reform on Catholic Lines. New York; Columbus Press, 1914. (revised edition)

Minimum Wage Laws to Date. New York: Paulist Press, 1915.

Family Limitation and the Church and Birth Control. New York: Paulist Press, 1916.

Catholic Church vs. Socialism. New York: The Mail and Express Co., 1918.

Problems of the Peace Conference. New York: American Press, 1918.

Bishop's Program of Social Reconstruction. Washington: National Catholic Welfare Conference, 1919.

Catholic Doctrine on the Right of Self Government. New York: Paulist Press, 1919.

Social Reconstruction, a General Review of the Problems and Survey of Remedies. Washington: National Catholic War Council, 1919.

Capital and Labor. Washington: National Catholic Welfare Council, 1920.

The Denver Tramway Strike of 1920. Denver: Denver Commission of Religious Forces, 1921. (with Edward T. Devin and John A. Lapp)

The Labor Problem: What It Is, How to Solve It. New York: Paulist Press, 1921. (With Raymond McGowan, also published under the title of A Catechism of the Social Question)

The Christian Doctrine of Property. New York: Paulist Press, 1923.

The Supreme Court and the Minimum Wage. New York: Paulist Press, 1923.

Christian Charity and the Plight of Europe. New York: Paulist Press, 1924.

The Equal Rights Amendment in Relation to Protective Legislation for Women. Washington: National Catholic Welfare Conference, 1929.

The Proposed Child Labor Amendment. New York: National Child Labor Committee, 1924.

A Question of Tactics for Catholic Citizens. 1924

Industrial Democracy from a Catholic Viewpoint. Washington: Rossi-Bryn Co., 1925.

Human Sterilization. Washington: National Catholic Welfare Conference, 1927.

Should a Catholic be President? The Smith-Marshall Controversy. New York: Calvert Publishing Corporation, 1927.

The Ethics of Public Utility Valuation. Washington: National Popular Government League, 1928.

International Ethics. Washington: Catholic Association for International Peace, 1928. (with the Ethics Committee)

Prohibition Today and Tomorrow. Washington: Catholic Charities Review, 1928.

Supreme Court and the Minimum Wage. New York: Paulist Press, 1928.

Prohibition and Civic Loyalty. Washington: (self-published), 1929.

Unemployment. Washington. National Catholic Welfare Conference, 1929.

The Vatican-Italian Accord. New York: Foreign Policy Association, 1929. (with Count Carlo Sforza and Charles C. Marshall)

Moral Aspects of Sterilization. Washington: National Catholic Welfare Conference, 1930.

Prohibition, Yes or No? New York: Paulist Press, 1930.

Capital and Labor. New York: Paulist Press, 1931.

Moral Factors in Economic Life. Washington: National Council of Catholic Men, 1931. (with Francis J. Haas)

Catholic Principles and the Present Crises. Washington: Catholic Conference on Industrial Problems, 1932.

Radical Pronouncements of Popes Leo XIII and Pius XI. Washington: National Catholic Welfare Conference, 1932.

Some Timely Commentaries on a Great Encyclical. Washington: National Catholic Welfare Conference, 1932.

Attitude of the Church Toward Public Ownership. New York: Public Ownership League, 1932.

The Catholic Teaching on Our Industrial System. Washington: National Catholic Welfare Conference, 1934.

International Economic Life. Washington: Catholic Association for International Peace, 1934. (with Parker T. Moom and Raymond A. McGowan)

Organized Social Justice. New York: Paulist Press, 1934.

Shall the NRA Be Scrapped? Washington: Catholic Conference on Industrial Problems, 1934.

Social Justice in the 1935 Congress. Washington: National Catholic Welfare Conference, 1935.

Human Sterilization. Washington: National Catholic Welfare Conference, 1936.

Message of the Encyclicals for America Today. Washington: National Catholic Welfare Conference, 1936.

Roosevelt Safeguards America. New York: Democratic National Committee, 1936.

The Constitution and Catholic Industrial Teaching. New York: Paulist Press, 1937.

The Church, the State and Unemployment. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1938.

The Present Business Recession. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1938.

Relation of Catholicism to Fascism, Communism, and Democracy. Washington: National Catholic Welfare Conference, 1938.

Bishop's Program of Social Reconstruction, a General Review of the Problems and Survey for Social Reconstruction. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1939.

Citizen, the Church, and the State. New York: Paulist Press, 1939.

Testimonial Dinner. Washington: Catholic Conference on Industrial Problems, 1939.

Can Unemployment Be Ended? Washington: American Association for Economic Freedom, 1940.

Defense for America. New York: Macmillan, 1940.

Obligation of Catholics to Promote Peace. Washington: Catholic Association of International Peace, 1940.

Report of the Interfaith Conference on Unemployment. Washington: National Catholic Welfare Conference, 1940.

The Right and Wrong of War. Washington: (privately published), 1940.

American Democracy vs. Racism, Communism. New York Paulist Press, 1941.

The Enemy is Hitler. South Bend, Indiana: Fight For Freedom Committee, 1941.

The World Society, a Joint Report. New York: Paulist Press, 1941.

International Post War Reconstruction. Washington: National Catholic Welfare Conference, 1942.

Original Sin and Human Misery. New York: Paulist Press, 1942.

A Suggested Limitation of Capitalist Property. Dublin: Catholic Truth Society of Ireland, 1946.

Publications On the Life and Thought of John A. Ryan:

Abell, Aaron I. "Msgr. John A. Ryan: An Historical Appreciation." Review of Politics III (January 1946), 128-134.

Andelson, Robert V. "Msgr. John A. Ryan's Critique of Henry George." American Journal of Economics and Sociology 1974 33 (3): 273-286.

Beckley, Harlan. Passion for Justice: Retrieving the Legacies of Walter Rauschenbusch, John A. Ryan, and Reinhold Niebuhr. Louisville: Westminster/John Knox Press, 1992.

Bender, Reginald George. "The Doctrine of Private Property in the Writings of Monsignor John A. Ryan." Ph.D. diss., Washington: Catholic University of America, 1974.

Betten, Neil. "John A. Ryan and the Social Action Department." Thought 1971 46 (181): 227-246.

_____. "Social Catholicism and the Emergence of Catholic Radicalism in America." Journal of Human Relations 1970 18 (1): 710-727.

Broderick, Francis L. Right Reverend New Dealer: John A. Ryan. New York: Macmillan Co., 1963.

_____. "The Encyclicals and Social Action: Is John A. Ryan Typical?" Catholic Historical Review 1969 55 (1): 1?6.

_____. ed. "Liberalism And The Mexican Crises of 1927: A Debate Between Norman Thomas and John A. Ryan." Catholic Historical Review 1959 45 (3): 309-326.

Gearty, Patrick W. The Economic Thought of Monsignor John A. Ryan. Washington: Catholic University of America Press, 1952.

Gouldrick, John William. "John A. Ryan's Theory of the State." Ph.D. Diss., Washington: Catholic University of America, 1979.

Higgins, George G. "The Underconsumption Theory in the Writings of Monsignor John A. Ryan," MA Thesis, The Catholic University of America, 1942.

Hunnicutt, Benjamin K. "Monsignor John A. Ryan and the Shorter Hours of Labor: A Forgotten Vision of "Genuine" Progress." Catholic Historical Review 1983 69 (3): 384-402.

Lavey, Patrick Bernard. "William J. Kerby, John A. Ryan, and the Awakening of the Twentieth-Century American Catholic Social Conscience, 1899-1919." Ph.D. Diss., University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign 1986.

McGill, Theodora E. "A Bio-Bibliography of Monsignor John A. Ryan." MA Thesis, Washington, Catholic University of America, 1952.

McShane, Joseph M. "Sufficiently Radical": Catholicism, Progressivism, and the Bishops' Program of 1919. Washington: Catholic University of America Press, 1986.

Mazzenga, Maria. "The Archivist's Nook: What the Heck is a Labor Priest?," March 3, 2016.

Meagher, Timothy, John Shepherd, and Joseph Turrini. "Laboring For Justice: Archival Resources for the Study of George Higgins and Catholic Social Action at the Archives of the Catholic University of America." U.S. Catholic Historian 2001 19 (4): 51-56.

Medhurst, Martin J. "Argument and Role: Monsignor John A. Ryan on Social Justice." Western Journal of Speech Communication 1988 52 (1):75-90.

Miscamble, Wilson D. "The Limits of American Catholic Antifascism: The Case of John A. Ryan." Church History 1990 59 (4): 523-538.

Preston, Robert M. "The Christian Moralist as Scientific Reformer: John A. Ryan's Early Years." Records of the American Catholic Historical Society of Philadelphia 1970 81 (1): 27-41.

Purcell, Richard J. "John A. Ryan, Prophet of Social Justice." Studies XXXV (June 1946), 153-174.

Ryan, Leo. "American Protestant and Catholic Social Concerns Circa 1890 and the Ely-Ryan Relationship." Review Of Social Economy 49 (4): 514-531.

Smylie, James H. "The Roman Catholic Church, the State, and Al Smith." Church History 1960 29 (4): 321-343.

Return to the Table of Contents


Detailed Description of the Collection

                       
Series 1: Correspondence, 1910, 1914-1915, 1925-1945 (47 boxes)
Series 1 includes correspondence that dates from 1910-1945. The bulk of the correspondence falls into the 1925-1945 period. This series is divided into two subseries. Subseries 1.1 contains Correspondents by Name and Subseries 1.2 contains Correspondents by Subject. Both subseries include letters to and from John Ryan concerning the Catholic Church, his writings, speaking engagements, political subjects, and personal matters. The letters are from Catholic and political leaders, friends and family, as well as everyday Catholics and non-Catholics.
Subseries 1.1: Correspondents by Name, 1910(1925-1945)1945 (38 boxes)
Box Folder
1 1 Abbott-Acheson, 1932-1938
  2 Adams-Ahern, 1931-1943
  3 Aiven-Allen, 1931-1945
  4 Alpert-Anhalt, 1929-1943
  5 Anthony-Arnold, 1926-1945
  6 Arrell-Ayres, 1926-1945
  7 Acheson, Dean, December 1944
  8 Adams, Arthur, 1934, 1936
  9 Agar, William, 1940-1945
  10 Alberta, Sister M., 1935-1936
  11 Alfred, Helen (National Public Housing Conference), 1936-1940
  12 Allen, Leroy, 1937, 1940
  13 Alter, Karl, 1930, 1933, 1939
  14 Altmyer, A. J. (Social Security Board), 1935, 1940-1944
  15 Amlie, Thomas, November 1937
  16 Anderson, Mary, 1932, 1943
  17 Andrews, John B. (American Association for Labor Legislation), 1928-1934
  18 Andrews, John B. (American Association for Labor Legislation), 1935-1942
  19 Anshen, Ruth, 1939-1941
  20 Antonia, Sister M., 1926, 1942-1944
  21 Appel, Kenneth, September 1940
  22 Aronsen, Moses (Journal of Social Philosophy), 1935-1938
  23 Artman, Joseph (Religion Education Association), 1930-1934
  24 Ashworth, Robert (National Conference of Jews and Christians), 1934-1935
  25 Aswell, E. C. (The Forum), March-April 1928
  26 Atkinson, Henry (The Church Peace Union), 1925-1927
  27 Atkinson, Henry (The Church Peace Union), 1928-1934
  28 Atkinson, Henry (The Church Peace Union), 1936-1945
  29 Atkinson, Henry (Council Against Racial Intolerance in America), 1944-1945
Box Folder
2 1 Bachrach-Ball, 1933-1942
  2 Balogh-Barnard, 1926-1944
  3 Barnes-Bartley, 1929-1943
  4 Baskin-Bazinet, 1931-1944
  5 Beadell-Beavlieu, 1925-1943
  6 Beck-Beford, 1929-1943
  7 Beinert-Belisle, 1926-1943
  8 Bell-Bemis, 1926-1940
  9 Bender-Berenberg, 1925-1943
  10 Bergin-Bertrand, 1925-1944
  11 Beshel-Biddle, 1926-1943
  12 Bieberle-Bird, 1926-1943
  13 Bisgyer-Blackman, 1925-1937
  14 Blackstone-Bliss, 1925-1943
  15 Block-Blunt, 1932-1945
  16 Boardman-Bolton, 1927-1943
  17 Bonbright-Bookstaber, 1925-1945
  18 Borchard-Bowen, 1928-1940
  19 Bowes-Boylan, 1925-1943
  20 Boyle-Brand, 1925-1945
  21 Brandt-Bray, 1926-1940
Box Folder
3 1 Breem-Brenton, 1925-1943
  2 Brett-Brodney, 1925-1944
  3 Bromley-Brown, 1925-1943
  4 Browne-Buckey, 1926-1942
  5 Buckley-Burkart, 1926-1940
  6 Burke-Burnett, 1928-1945
  7 Burns-Butcher, 1925-1945
  8 Butler-Buus, 1926-1944
  9 Byer-Byrns, 1925-1944
  10 Babrock, Allen, 1936, 1941
  11 Baker, Newton, 1929-1934
  12 Baker, O. E., 1932-1933
  13 Baldus, Simon A. (Extension Magazine), 1935-1937
  14 Baldwin, Roger (ACLU), 1929-1930
  15 Baldwin, Roger (ACLU), 1931
  16 Baldwin, Roger (ACLU), 1932-1933
  17 Baldwin, Roger (ACLU), 1934-1935
  18 Baldwin, Roger (ACLU), 1937-1940
  19 Baldwin, Roger (ACLU), 1942, 1945
  20 Baldwin, Roger (New School For Social Research), 1938-1939
  21 Banning, Kendall (Public Utilities Fortnightly), 1929-1931
  22 Barbara, Sister, 1926-1939
  23 Barkley, Alben, March 1933
  24 Barnes, Harry Elmer, 1930-1931, 1943
  25 Battle, George (Council Against Racial Intolerance in America), 1938-1941
  26 Bauer, Joachim, 1931, 1938, 1943-1944
  27 Beck, Anthony (Michigan Catholic), 1932-1933
  28 Beck, James, March 1930
  29 Beebe, C. D., 1934-1935
  30 Beisser, Paul, April 1932
Box Folder
4 1 Belanger, Margaret, 1934-1935
  2 Belford, John L., 1934-1936
  3 Beller, Joseph, 1932-1935
  4 Bergengren, Roy, 1928-1933
  5 Berger, Victor, May 11, 1926
  6 Berns, Max, 1929
  7 Beyer, Clara (Children’s Bureau, United States Department of Labor), 1934-1938
  8 Beyer, O. S., 1927-1935
  9 Bingham, Alfred (Common Sense), 1936-1938
  10 Binsse, H. L. (Commonweal), 1929-1933, 1938-1943
  11 Bishop, Hillman, 1928-1929
  12 Bishop, W. Howard, 1927-1933
  13 Balck, Hugo (Supreme Court Justice), 1933, 1942, 1945
  14 Blakely, Paul (America), 1931, 1938
  15 Blakeman, Edward, February-March 1936
  16 Bliven, Bruce (New Republic), 1928-1943
  17 Boggs, Hale, July 1942
  18 Bohn, William (Rand School of Social Science), 1929, 1931
  19 Bohn, William (The New Leader), 1941-1942
  20 Boland, Francis J., 1940-1943, 1947
  21 Boland, John, 1934-1941
  22 Bolger, William, 1926, 1934, 1942
  23 Bone, Homer, 1935, 1939
  24 Bonham, Martha, 1933
  25 Bonn, William, 1938-1939
  26 Boorum, Mabel (Hospital Social Service Magazine), 1925-1932
  27 Borah, William, 1925-1926
  28 Borchardt, Selma, 1932-1941
  29 Bowman, Karl (The Research Council on Problems of Alcohol), 1938-1941
  30 Boyle, John, 1933-1939
  31 Braden, Charles, 1934-1935
  32 Brady, Thomas (Speakers’ Bureau), 1929-1944
  33 Brandeis, Louis (Supreme Court Justice), 1926-1941
  34 Brehmer, Robert, 1928, 1935, 1938
  35 Brennan, Robert Edward, 1938-1940
  36 Bresette, Linna, 1926-1927
  37 Bresette, Linna, 1929-1930
  38 Bresette, Linna, 1931-1932
  39 Bresette, Linna, 1933-1934
  40 Bresette, Linna, 1935-1936
  41 Bresette, Linna, 1937
  42 Bresette, Linna, 1938-1939
  43 Bresette, Linna, 1940-1944
  44 Brooks, Lee, November 1933
Box Folder
5 1 Broun, Heywood, 1936-1939
  2 Brown, Florence (Catholic Bulletin), 1929-1943
  3 Brown, F. Owen, September-October 1930
  4 Brown, George Stewart, October 1932
  5 Bruce, Frank, 1937-1944
  6 Bruce, William Cabell, 1929
  7 Bruno, Frank, 1926, 1937
  8 Buckley, Louis, 1934, 1936
  9 Budenz, Louis, 1927, 1930
  10 Burke, Edward, 1938-1939
  11 Burke, Francis, 1930-1933
  12 Burke, John J., 1929-1938
  13 Burkett, Philip, 1925-1936
  14 Burnham, Philip (Commonweal), 1939-1942
  15 Busch, Henry (City Club of Cleveland), February 1936
  16 Bushnell, Charles, 1926, 1938, 1940
  17 Bussard, Paul, 1931, 1944
  18 Butler, Edmond, 1932-1933
  19 Butler, Nicholas, 1932, 1944
  20 Byrd, Harry, 1934, 1944
  21 Byrnes, James, 1937-1941
  22 Byrns, Joseph, May 1936
  23 Cabot-Caisee, 1930-1942
  24 Caldwell-Callan, 1928-1944
  25 Calloway-Capers, 1920, 1927-1945
  26 Capesius-Carod, 1927-1945
  27 Carpenter-Carson, 1927-1943
  28 Carter-Cassidy, 1926-1945
  29 Castle-Chamberlin, 1925-1945
  30 Chambers-Chenery, 1927-1945
  31 Chester-Clanre, 1930-1945
  32 Clark-Clemens, 1925-1945
Box Folder
6 1 Clement-Clyne, 1927-1939
  2 Coar-Cohen, 1926-1943
  3 Cohn-Commercial, 1925-1945
  4 Compton-Connerton, 1926-1943
  5 Connolly-Constitutional, 1932-1943
  6 Conway-Conney, 1932-1945
  7 Coonrad-Cossette, 1925-1942
  8 Costello-Couvrette, 1926-1943
  9 Cover-Cremin, 1927-1939
  10 Crim-Crowley, 1925-1943
  11 Crum-Cummins, 1925-1943
  12 Cunningham-Czecho, 1925-1943
  13 Cadden, Joseph (Second World Youth Congress), 1938
  14 Callahan, Patrick Henry (Louisville Varnish Company), 1925
  15 Callahan, Patrick Henry (Louisville Varnish Company), 1926
  16 Callahan, Patrick Henry (Louisville Varnish Company), 1927
  17 Callahan, Patrick Henry (Louisville Varnish Company), 1928
  18 Callahan, Patrick Henry (Louisville Varnish Company), 1929
  19 Callahan, Patrick Henry (Louisville Varnish Company), 1930
  20 Callahan, Patrick Henry (Louisville Varnish Company), 1931
  21 Callahan, Patrick Henry (Louisville Varnish Company), 1931-1932
  22 Callahan, Patrick Henry (Louisville Varnish Company), 1933
Box Folder
7 1 Callahan, Patrick Henry (Louisville Varnish Company), 1933-1934
  2 Callahan, Patrick Henry (Louisville Varnish Company), 1935-1936
  3 Callahan, Patrick Henry (Louisville Varnish Company), 1936-1937
  4 Callahan, Patrick Henry (Louisville Varnish Company), 1938
  5 Callahan, Patrick Henry (Louisville Varnish Company), 1939-1940, 1945
  6 Cannon, Mary, 1936-1940
  7 Capper, Arthur (United States Senator), 1926, 1928
  8 Carpenter, Randolph, 1935-1936
  9 Carroll, Howard, 1938-1947
  10 Carroll, Joseph, 1926
  11 Carroll, Minnie, 1934-1940
  12 Carter, E. C., December 1926-October 1927
  13 Carter, E. C., November 1927-1932
  14 Cartwright, John, 1935-1940
  15 Cass, John, 1943-1944
  16 Catherine, Sister Dorothea, 1941
  17 Cavanagh, Mary, 1930-1931
  18 Cavert, Inez (Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America), 1926, 1931-1932
  19 Chadbourne, William, 1931-1932
  20 Chamberlin, Joseph (American Association for Labor Legislation), 1935-1939
  21 Chapman, Emmanuel, 1939-1945
  22 Chappell, Winifred, 1926-1929
  23 Chase, Harry, 1938-1944
  24 Chase, Stuart, 1929, 1931, 1942
  25 Chase, William, 1930, 1939
  26 Chavez, Dennis, August 1944
  27 Cherrington, Ben, 1927-1928
  28 Christman, Elisabeth (National Women’s Trade Union League of America), 1927-1938
  29 Cicognani, Amleto Giovanni, 1935, 1937, 1944
  30 Citron, William, January 1938
  31 Clapper, Raymond, 1940-1943
  32 Clark, Evans, 1939-1943
  33 Clark, Fred, 1941-1944
  34 Clinchy, Everett (The National Conference of Jews and Christians), 1928, 1930
  35 Clinchy, Everett (The National Conference of Jews and Christians), 1932-1933
  36 Clinchy, Everett (The National Conference of Jews and Christians), 1934-1935
  37 Clinchy, Everett (The National Conference of Jews and Christians), 1938-1941
  38 Clinchy, Everett (The National Conference of Jews and Christians), 1942
  39 Coakley, Thomas, May-June 1931
  40 Coakley, Walter, 1937
  41 Cockrell, Ewing, 1943-1945
Box Folder
8 1 Coffey, Peter, 1925-1926
  2 Coleman, Frank (Washington D. C. Central Labor Union), 1928-1932
  3 Collier, John (American Indian Defense Association), 1926-1935
  4 Collier, Nina (League of Women Shoppers), 1939
  5 Collins, John (Pittsburgh Catholic), 1935-1944
  6 Collins, Rose, 1931, 1937
  7 Connally, Tom, 1943
  8 Conner, William Lewis, April 1944
  9 Connery, Lawrence, April 1938
  10 Connery, Robert, 1935, 1941
  11 Connery, William, 1932-1937
  12 Connolly, James, January 1933
  13 Connolly, Marie (ACTU), 1940
  14 Connolly, P. J. (Studies: An Irish American Quarterly), 1925-1940
  15 Coogan, Gertrude, May-June 1934
  16 Cooke, Morris, 1925-1944
  17 Corson, John, 1935-1936
  18 Corrigan, Joseph Moran (CUA rector), 1937-1942
  19 Costigan, Edward, May-June 1935
  20 Coughlin, Charles, July 1933
  21 Couzens, James, 1929-1932
  22 Cowell, Esther (New School for Social Research), 1927-1928
  23 Coyle, Albert, 1925-1929, 1938
  24 Coyle, David, 1932-1934, 1941-1942
  25 Coyne, Margaret, 1939-1940
  26 Cronin, John, 1933-1943
  27 Crozier, William, 1935-1937
  28 Curley, James, April 1943
  29 Curley, Michael, 1926-1933
  30 Curley, Michael, 1934-1944
  31 Curran, Edward, 1935-1941
  32 Dafourny-Daly, 1926-1944
  33 Daniel-Darone, 1930-1940
  34 Daspit-Davis, 1928-1943
  35 Davison-Deeny, 1925-1943
  36 Degast-Del Vecchio, 1935-1941
  37 De Melto-Desmond, 1926-1945
Box Folder
9 1 Devaney-Diamond, 1925-1944
  2 Dice-Dillon, 1928-1945
  3 Dimmer-Dodd, 1925-1943
  4 Doerflinger-Donham, 1927-1944
  5 Donley-Donovan, 1925-1943
  6 Donze-Dougherty, 1925-1944
  7 Douglas-Dowdle, 1933-1945
  8 Dowling-Downey, 1927-1943
  9 Downing-Doyle, 1926-1945
  10 Drag-Drury, 1927-1945
  11 Dublin-Duker, 1926-1943
  12 Dunber-Dunn, 1928-1945
  13 Dunne-Dyer, 1926-1941
  14 Dabney, Virginius, 1929-1931, 1943
  15 Daly, Thomas (Vital Speeches), 1937-1939, 1943
  16 Darby, Thomas (ACTU), September 1941
  17 Darrow, Clarence (Victor Berger National Foundation), 1931
  18 Davey, Martin (Ohio governor), April 1935
  19 Davis, J. Merle, 1925-1926
  20 Davis, Jerome (Secretary of Labor), 1928
  21 Davis, Jerome, 1926-1932
  22 Davis, Jerome, 1934-1943
  23 Dawson, Thomas, August-September 1936
  24 Day, Dorothy (Catholic Worker), 1941, 1945
  25 Day, William, 1933
  26 Deferrari, Roy J., 1931-1933
  27 Dempsey, Edward, 1935-1940
  28 Dennison, Henry, 1936, 1938
  29 Deubach, Louis, 1934, 1938-1939
  30 Deverall, Richard (The Christian Front), 1936-1937
  31 Deverall, Richard (ACTU, Christian Social Action), 1939-1940, 1943
Box Folder
10 1 Devine, Edward, 1927-1930, 1937
  2 Devney, Joseph, 1932-1933
  3 Dewey, Davis (American Economic Review), 1934, 1936
  4 Dewey, John, 1930, 1933, 1939
  5 Dickson, J. B., 1928-1929
  6 Dieffenbach, Albert (The Christian Register), 1927, 1940
  7 Dinwiddie, Courtenay (National Child Labor Committee), 1932-1933, 1938
  8 Divine, Thomas, 1941-1945
  9 Dodge, W. E., April 1, 1932
  10 Donahue, George (ACTU), June 1939
  11 Donahue, Madorah (Catholic Charities Review), 1925-1926
  12 Donovan, Edith (The Catholic World), 1928-1941
  13 Donovan, Joseph, 1927-1937
  14 Doonan, J. F., 1929, 1932
  15 Doran, Daniel, 1927, 1937, 1939
  16 Dore, Edward (National Catholic Alumni Federation), 1932-1933
  17 Douglas, John J. (Congress), February 1934
  18 Downey, William (The Christian Front), January 1938
  19 Downs, Edwin, 1930-1932
  20 Dozois, C. H., 1935
  21 Dreiser, Theodore, September 1938
  22 Drolet, Jerome, 1934-1939
  23 Dubinsky, David (ILGWU), 1937, 1940, 1944
  24 Duffy, Alice, 1934-1937
  25 Duffy, Frank (United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners), 1929, 1935
  26 Duffy, F. Ryan, 1933, 1935
  27 Dugan, Henry, 1937
  28 Eagan-Echrich, 1929-1944
  29 Eckenroda-Egelson, 1925-1944
  30 Eggl-Elwell, 1918, 1925-1943
  31 Ely-Ewert, 1926-1944
  32 Eagleton, Clyde (Commission to Study the Organization of Peace), 1940-1943
  33 Easley, Ralph (NCF), January 1937
  34 Eckstein, Henry, 1937-1939
  35 Eddy, Sherwood, 1926
Box Folder
11 1 Edelman, John (American Foundation of Full Fashioned Hosiery Workers), 1927, 1932
  2 Edwards, J. W., 1936-1937, 1944
  3 Eichelberger, Clark (American Association for the United Nations), 1937-1945
  4 Ellenbogen, Henry, 1935, 1939
  5 Ellis, John Tracy (Catholic Historical Review), 1936, 1939, 1943
  6 Ely, Richard, 1929-1933
  7 Ely, Richard, 1935
  8 Ely, Richard, 1937-1940
  9 Embree, Edwin, 1935, 1942
  10 Emery, Andree, 1933-1938
  11 Engle, Lavinia (Maryland League of Women Voters), 1931-1932
  12 Enzler,Clarence, 1933-1940
  13 Epstein, A. (American Association for Old Age Security), 1927
  14 Epstein, A. (American Association for Old Age Security), 1928-1930
  15 Epstein, A. (American Association for Old Age Security), 1931-1936
  16 Estes,Charles (The Cooperative Committee), 1937-1945
  17 Eyre, Edward, 1925-1938
  18 Ezekiel, Mordecai (United States Department of Agriculture), 1935-1939
  19 Fabian-Falk, 1926-1945
  20 Fallon-Fay, 1925-1941
  21 Feferman-Ferdinand, 1925-1945
  22 Ferger-Fertig, 1925-1943
  23 Festner-Finnerty, 1931-1945
  24 Firestone-Fitts, 1925-1941
  25 Fitzgerald-Fitzmaurice, 1927-1945
Box Folder
12 1 Fitzpatrick-Flanagan, 1930-1945
  2 Flannery-Flood, 1931-1944
  3 Flubacher-Flynn, 1930-1945
  4 Fogerty-Forbes, 1925-1942
  5 Ford-Foster, 1930-1942
  6 Fox-Fraser, 1926-1945
  7 Freeman-Fritchman, 1933-1944
  8 Frommelt-Futterman, 1925-1944
  9 Fairchild, Mi Han, 1929, 1932
  10 Farley, James, 1932-1945
  11 Farquhar, S. E., 1931-1932, 1937
  12 Feige, Gregory, 1926-1928, 1939
  13 Fenlon, John, 1932-1943
  14 Fetterman, J. Gordon, 1926
  15 Fink, F. A. (Our Sunday Visitor), 1938-1939
  16 Finkelstein, Louis, 1943-1945
  17 Finkelstein, M. I., 1939
  18 Finnegan, Joseph, November-December 1937
  19 Fisher, Dorothy Canfield, 1939-1940
  20 Fisher, Dorothy Canfield, 1941-1943
  21 Fitch, John, 1940, 1944
  22 Fiterman, Harry, 1938
  23 Fitzgerald, Christopher, 1935-1936
  24 Fitzgerald, Daniel, 1931, 1936
  25 Fitzpatrick, John (Chicago Federation of Labor), November 1925
  26 Fitzpatrick, Vincent du Paul (Baltimore Catholic Review), 1927-1936
  27 Flynn, Molly, 1929-1932
  28 Fogerty, John, May 1941
  29 Foote, John, 1925, 1931-1932
  30 Ford, George (Columbia University), 1930-1931
  31 Ford, George (Columbia University), 1933
  32 Ford, George (Columbia University), 1934-1935
  33 Ford, George (Columbia University), 1936, 1941
Box Folder
13 1 Ford, George (Columbia University), 1943-1944
  2 Ford, Henry, January 1942
  3 Forde, P. A. (St. Thomas’ Orphanage), 1928-1935
  4 Fosdick, Raymond, 1925-1927
  5 Foster, Harriet, August 1935
  6 Fox, John McDill (CUA Law School), 1934-1935
  7 Fox, Mary (League For Industrial Democracy), 1930, 1933
  8 Frankfurter, Felix (Supreme Court Justice), 1933-1941
  9 Fratessa, Paul, March-April 1931
  10 Frazier, Lynn, June 1926
  11 French, Paul, 1939, 1942
  12 Frey, John (International Molders’ Journal), 1926
  13 Frey, John (AFL, Metal Trades Department), 1930-1935
  14 Froehlinger, Richard, 1935
  15 Furfey, Paul, 1930-1939
  16 Gaffney-Gamble, 1924-1945
  17 Ganey-Gates, 1925-1943
  18 Gauss-Geist, 1926-1944
  19 Gelin-Gilbert, 1925-1944
  20 Giligan-Gillmore, 1925-1940
  21 Gilman-Gleason, 1925-1942
  22 Glenn-Gooch, 1930-1939
  23 Good-Goren, 1926-1944
  24 Goris-Gould, 1926-1943
  25 Gowan-Graves, 1926-1943
  26 Graw-Greene, 1923-1941
  27 Grennhalgh-Griffith, 1925-1944
  28 Grimmer-Gruber, 1928-1942
Box Folder
14 1 Gruen-Guzetta, 1929-1945
  2 Galbally, Edward (The American Ecclesiastical Review), 1937-1941
  3 Gales, Louis (Facts Publishing Company), 1931, 1940
  4 Gallagher, Mary (Tom Mooney, Molders Defense Committee), 1929
  5 Gallagher, Michael, September-October 1926
  6 Gallagher, Ralph (The American Catholic Sociological Society), 1938-1943
  7 Gannett, Lewis (The Nation), 1927-1928
  8 Garrecht, Francis, 1937
  9 Garrett, Paul, 1935
  10 Gattes, Leo, 1926-1933
  11 Gawthorpe, Mary, 1934
  12 Gemelli, Agostino, 1928, 1938
  13 Geoghegan, Michael, 1936-1937
  14 Geyer, Lee, June 1941
  15 Gilligan, Francis, 1928-1939
  16 Gillis, James (The Catholic World), 1925-1928
  17 Gillis, James (The Catholic World), 1929-1930
  18 Gillis, James (The Catholic World), 1931-1934
  19 Gillis, James (The Catholic World), 1936-1940, 1944
  20 Gilman, Elizabeth, 1928-1943
  21 Gilroy, W. E., May-June 1929
  22 Gilson, Anna, January 1939
  23 Ginzburg, Benjamin, 1937-1938
  24 Gleaton, Munsey, 1930-1931
  25 Goldstein, David, 1938-1939
  26 Goldstein, Israel, 1933-1937
  27 Goldstein, Sidney, 1925, 1932-1935
  28 Goldstein, Sidney (Jewish Institute of Religion), 1937-1938
  29 Gordon, Linley (The Church Peace Union), 1925-1929
  30 Gordon, Linley (The Church Peace Union), 1935-1936
  31 Gottschall, A. W., 1929, 1939-1940
  32 Grady, George, 1933, 1938
  33 Grassby, A. E., 1938-1945
  34 Green, William (AFL), 1925-1934
  35 Green, William (AFL), 1938-1944
  36 Greene, Roger, 1939-1941
  37 Griffith, Leo, 1926, 1935
  38 Grundy, J. Owen, 1938-1939
Box Folder
15 1 Guerry, Alexander, 1930-1931
  2 Guffey, Joseph, 1939-1943
  3 Guilday, Peter (American Catholic Historical Association), 1927-1942
  4 Gulick, Luther, 1933-1934
  5 Gulick, Sidney (The Church and World Peace), 1925-1926
  6 Gulick, Sidney (Federal Council of Churches of Christ in America), 1926-1927
  7 Haarpainter-Hailwood, 1928-1944
  8 Haines-Halpern, 1925-1945
  9 Halton-Hammett, 1926-1941
  10 Hammond-Hanley, 1927-1943
  11 Hann-Harding, 1926-1942
  12 Hardman-Harrington, 1925-1942
  13 Harris-Harriston, 1928-1943
  14 Harsch-Hartigan, 1932-1944
  15 Hartman-Harvey, 1929-1943
  16 Hartwig-Hatch, 1927-1940
  17 Hathaway-Haydon, 1929-1943
  18 Hayes-Hazen, 1926-1945
  19 Headrick-Heerin, 1928-1945
  20 Heine-Henihan, 1925-1943
  21 Henkes-Hensen, 1926-1945
  22 Hensley-Hermens, 1926-1944
Box Folder
16 1 Herndon-Heuck, 1929-1945
  2 Heyman-High, 1925-1943
  3 Hill-Hillyer, 1930-1942
  4 Himes-Hobart, 1925-1943
  5 Hobson-Hoerle, 1928-1945
  6 Hoffert-Hogan, 1925-1943
  7 Hogue-Holohan, 1928-1943
  8 Holt-Hornsby, 1926-1943
  9 Horsberger-Howell, 1927-1944
  10 Howenstine-Huff, 1925-1945
  11 Huggard-Hughes, 1928-1943
  12 Huhta-Humphrey, 1928-1936
  13 Hunt-Hyatt, 1925-1945
  14 Haas, Francis, 1925-1927
  15 Haas, Francis, 1929
  16 Haas, Francis, 1930-1931
  17 Haas, Francis, 1933-1934, 1939-1944
  18 Hageman, Miller, 1931-1932
  19 Hagerty, James, 1933-1942
  20 Hallett, George (Proportional Representation League), 1928, 1937-1938
  21 Halsey, Edwin (1945 FDR Inauguration arrangements), December 1944-January 1945
  22 Hanna, Edward J., 1926, 1928
  23 Hapgood, Norman, 1926, 1932, 1936
  24 Harahan (Bureau of Catholic Charities), 1933-1934, 1938
  25 Hard, William, 1925-1940
  26 Harriman, J. Borden, 1941-1944
  27 Hassenauer, Leo, 1926-1928, 1934
  28 Hatch, Carl, October 1943
  29 Hatfield, H. D., March 1932
  30 Hawes, Marian (Consumers’ League of Maryland), September-October 1927
Box Folder
17 1 Hayden, James, 1935-1936
  2 Hayes, Carlton (Columbia University), 1925-1942
  3 Healey, Arthur, April 1936
  4 Hearley, John, 1924, 1927
  5 Hearty, J. G., 1927-1929
  6 Hebner, Marie, March 1928
  7 Hedgeman, Anna Arnold (National Council for a Permanent FEPC), 1944-1945
  8 Hedges, M. H. (IBEW), March 1929
  9 Heffron, Edward, 1934-1944
  10 Heffron, M. F., August 1926
  11 Hensler, Carl, 1934, 1939
  12 Herr, Horace, 1932, 1937
  13 Herring, Herbert, 1925-1930
  14 Herring, John (Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America), 1925-1927
  15 Herring, John (National Conference of Jews and Christians), 1927-1928, 1932
  16 Heverin, Thomas, 1931-1932
  17 Hibbs, H. H., 1926
  18 Higgins, George, 1942-1945
  19 Hill, Joseph, 1931-1937
  20 Hill, Lister, May 1942
  21 Hillman, Sidney (ACWA), November-December 1926
  22 Hillquit, Morris, 1920
  23 Hinckley, William (American Youth Congress), 1936-1938
  24 Hoeniger, Heinrich, 1939-1941
  25 Hoey, James, 1928-1939
  26 Hoey, Jane, 1931-1944
  27 Holman, E. H. H., 1925-1927
  28 Holmes, John Hayne, 1926, 1940, 1943
  29 Holmes, Oliver Wendell, April 1923
  30 Holt, L. Emmett, 1928-1929
  31 Hoover, J. Edgar (FBI), 1936, 1942
  32 Howard, Francis, 1926
  33 Howard, Edgar, December 1932
  34 Hull, Cordell, 1943
  35 Hungerford, Clarence, 1934
  36 Hungerford, Clarence, 1935
  37 Hungerford, Clarence, 1936-1937
  38 Hungerford, Clarence, 1938-1941
  39 Hunt, E. E., 1930, 1933
  40 Huntington, Henry, 1925-1929
  41 Hunton, George, 1934-1944
  42 Hutchison, Paul (The Christian Century), 1926-1927, 1934, 1941
  43 Ideson-Ihlder, 1926-1934
  44 Illing-Ivis, 1927-1943
  45 Ickes, Harold, 1933, 1935
  46 Ingersoll, Charles (Manhattan Single Tax Club), 1938
  47 Ireland, John, November 1916
Box Folder
18 1 Israel, Edward, 1933-1941
  2 Ives, C. P. (American Eugenics Society), 1928-1929
  3 Jacob-Jessup, 1925-1945
  4 Jewert-Johnson, 1926-1944
  5 Johnston-Jones, 1925-1943
  6 Jordan-Justen, 1926-1945
  7 Jackson, Arthur, 1926
  8 Jackson, Gardner, 1936-1943
  9 Jackson, W. C., 1925
  10 Jennings, Walter, October 1936
  11 Johnson, Alvin (Encyclopedia and Social Sciences), 1928-1932
  12 Johnson, Alvin (New School for Social Research), 1927, 1932-1941
  13 Johnson, F. E. (Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America), 1925-1926
  14 Johnson, F. E. (Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America), 1927-1929
  15 Johnson, F. E. (The Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America), 1938-1943
  16 Johnson, Mordecai (Howard University), 1943
  17 Jones, Howard (Boston Evening Transcript), 1938-1939
  18 Jones, Ruth, January-February 1927
  19 Kachel-Kandel, 1927-1944
  20 Kane-Keefe, 1926-1944
  21 Keelan-Keller, 1925-1944
  22 Kelley-Kenedy, 1926-1944
  23 Kennedy-Kenney, 1927-1943
  24 Kenny-Kerper, 1926-1943
Box Folder
19 1 Kerr-Kessler, 1925-1943
  2 Keuper-Kiley, 1928-1941
  3 Killian-Kilpatrick, 1928-1942
  4 King-Kingsbury, 1925-1943
  5 Kinish-Kissling, 1929-1943
  6 Kitt-Kline, 1936-1943
  7 Klinefelter-Koenig, 1926-1944
  8 Kohler-Komora, 1930-1944
  9 Konop-Kramer, 1927-1945
  10 Kramoris-Kvale, 1927-1943
  11 Kahn, Albert (American Council Against Nazi Propaganda), April 1939
  12 Kane, Francis Fisher (Mexican government), 1926
  13 Kane, Francis Fisher (Indian Rights Association), 1928-1932
  14 Kates, Philip, April 1932
  15 Kaufman, Enit, 1941-1943
  16 Kearns, E. J., 1938-1939
  17 Keating, Edward (Labor), 1925-1944
  18 Keegan, Robert F. (Catholic Charities Office), 1925-1933
  19 Keenan, Joseph, 1936-1938
  20 Keller, Kent, 1930, 1937
  21 Kelley, Florence (National Consumers’ League), 1925-1926
  22 Kelley, Florence (National Consumers’ League), 1927-1929
  23 Kelley, Francis, 1926-1937
  24 Kelley, R. M., 1933
  25 Kellogg, Paul (The Survey), 1926-1932
  26 Kellogg, Paul (The Survey), 1934-1941
  27 Kenkel, Frederick (Central Bureau, Catholic Central Verein of America), 1928-1929
  28 Kennedy, George, 1926-1941
  29 Keogh, John, 1927-1945
Box Folder
20 1 Kerby, Frederick (Newspaper Information Service), 1927-1929
  2 Kerby, William J., 1926-1933
  3 Kerby, William J., 1934-1936
  4 Kerr, John, March 1943
  5 King, Judson (National Popular Government League), 1926-1941
  6 King, Martin, 1933-1942
  7 King, Raymond, 1928-1944
  8 King, William K., 1936, 1940
  9 Kiniery, Paul, 1936-1938
  10 Kirkpatrick, W. Frank, 1929-1930
  11 Kirshen, M. S. (The Stratford Company), 1932-1934
  12 Kneale, Elmer, 1926-1927, 1935-1936
  13 Knight, Howard (National Conference of Social Work), 1926, 1931-1938
  14 Kolars, Mary (Commonweal), 1928-1930
  15 Kopplemann, Herman, 1937-1939
  16 Kramer, Charles, March 1935
  17 Krock, Earl (ACTU-Cleveland), August 1940
  18 Kroll, Charles (Continental Committee for an Economy of Abundance), 1935
  19 Labat-Landman, 1925-1941
  20 Landry-Larson, 1925-1945
  21 Lasker-Launder, 1928-1944
  22 Laurent-Lazell, 1926-1945
  23 Leadbetter-Leffler, 1926-1945
  24 Leiffer-Lenroot, 1926-1941
  25 Lentz-Lewis, 1925-1945
  26 Lewisohn-Lindsay, 1926-1944
  27 Lingeman-Literary, 1925-1945
  28 Llewellyn-Logal, 1926-1945
Box Folder
21 1 Logue-Lottinville, 1926-1939
  2 Loughlin-Lozano, 1925-1943
  3 Lucas-Lucina, 1926-1943
  4 Ludlow-Lutz, 1928-1940
  5 Lynch-Lyons, 1925-1945
  6 LaFarge, John (America), 1932-1944
  7 LaFlamme, Herbert (Greater New York Federation of Churches), 1926
  8 LaFollette, Robert, 1926-1939
  9 Landis, Bensen (The National Conference of Jews and Christians), 1931-1937
  10 Landis, James, November 1938
  11 Landman, Isaacs, 1927
  12 Lapp, John, 1925-1927
  13 Lapp, John, 1928-1929
  14 Lapp, John, 1933-1938
  15 Larkin, Paschal, 1925, 1930, 1938
  16 Lathrop, Charles (The National Council, Protestant Episcopal Church), 1925-1930
  17 Lauck, William Jett, 1926-1932
  18 Lauck, William Jett, 1937
  19 Lauck, William Jett, 1938-1939
  20 Lauerman, Lucian (National Catholic School of Social Service), 1934-1939
  21 Laughlin, Sara, 1929-1944
  22 Lavelle, Michael, 1934-1935
  23 Lawson, George (Minnesota Federation of Labor), 1930, 1939
  24 Lazenby, John, 1927
  25 Lea, Clarence, February-March 1930
  26 Leach, Henry (The Forum), 1926-1927
  27 Leach, Henry (The Forum), 1928-1938
  28 Leach, (Mrs.) Henry (New York League of Women Voters), 1926
  29 LeBland, C. H., 1926-1932
  30 Lee, William, 1930-1942
  31 Leibell, Jane, 1925-1926
  32 Leiserson, William, 1927-1933
  33 Levinson, Edward, April 1925
  34 Lewis, David, 1932-1941
  35 Lewis, John L. (CIO), April 1940
  36 Lewis, Read, 1936-1940
  37 Libby, Frederick (National Council for Prevention of War), 1925-1927
  38 Lilenthal, David (TVA), 1936-1944
Box Folder
22 1 Lillie, Thomas, 1928-1933
  2 Lindsay, Samuel, 1925, 1929
  3 Lippman, Walter (New York World), 1926-1928
  4 Lombard, Norman (The Stable Money Association), 1927
  5 Lombard, Norman (Committee for Economic Stability), 1940-1941
  6 Lonergan, Augustine, 1935
  7 Longo, John, 1938, 1944
  8 Lo Pinto, Victor (ACTU), 1940
  9 Lubin, Isador (United States Department of Labor), 1934-1940
  10 Lubin, Simon, 1931-1935
  11 Lucey, Robert, 1925, 1936-1945
  12 Ludington, Katherine (National League of Women Voters), 1927-1932
  13 Ludlow, Lovis, 1935
  14 Luten, Daniel, 1930-1935
  15 Lydon, Patrick, 1925-1937
  16 Lynch, Thomas, 1928-1931
  17 MacArthur-Macelwane, 1928-1941
  18 Machacek-Macken, 1929-1944
  19 MacKenzie-Madden, 1925-1943
  20 Madeo-Maher, 1927-1944
  21 Mahoney-Maloney, 1929-1944
  22 Malmied-Manganello, 1930-1944
  23 Mann-Marella, 1926-1945
  24 Margold-Markofski, 1927-1945
  25 Maroney-Martens, 1925-1945
  26 Martin-Marvin, 1928-1945
  27 Maslow-Matt, 1930-1939
  28 Matthews-Maurer, 1925-1944
  29 Maus-Mayka, 1926-1942
  30 Maynard-McAloon, 1929-1942
Box Folder
23 1 McArdle-McBride, 1927-1945
  2 McCabe-McCarran, 1926-1943
  3 McCarthy-McClees, 1925-1943
  4 McCloskey-McCullogh, 1929-1941
  5 McCurdy-McDonough, 1933-1945
  6 McDowell-McGinley, 1928-1943
  7 McGivney-McGrady, 1926-1935
  8 McGrath-McKelway, 1927-1945
  9 McKenna-McLaughlin, 1925-1944
  10 McLaughlin-McMahon, 1927-1941
  11 McMenamin-McQillen, 1929-1944
  12 McRobbins-McWilliams, 1933-1940
  13 Mead-Mehigan, 1925-1942
  14 Mehling-Meng, 1926-1944
  15 Merici-Messmer, 1928-1945
  16 Metcalf-Michelson, 1926-1945
  17 Midgley-Millett, 1929-1943
  18 Milligan-Mitchell, 1930-1943
  19 Mittell-Montgomery, 1928-1944
  20 Montiegal-Mourman, 1925-1945
  21 Moran-Morey, 1927-1945
Box Folder
24 1 Morford-Morrison, 1926-1943
  2 Morrow-Moulton, 1925-1944
  3 Mount-Moynihan, 1931-1940
  4 Mudgett-Mulcaire, 1928-1945
  5 Mulhearn-Mullen, 1927-1940
  6 Muller-Munhollun, 1927-1942
  7 Munsell-Murphy, 1929-1944
  8 Murray-Myers, 1930-1945
  9 MacFarland, Charles, 1926-1929
  10 Mack, Peter, 1930-1931
  11 MacKenzie, Dudley, 1925-1927
  12 MacLeish, Archibald (Library of Congress), 1940
  13 MacPherson, W. A., 1931-1933
  14 Mary, Edward, 1925-1929
  15 Maeder, M. A. (Pennsylvania Mental Hygiene Committee), 1929
  16 Magee, Elizabeth (Consumers’ League of Ohio), 1926, 1928, 1945
  17 Magner, James, 1934, 1937
  18 Magnusson, Leifur (ILO), 1925-1928, 1933-1938
  19 Maguire, J. W. R., 1926-1941
  20 Mahoney, Robert, 1931-1939
  21 Mallery, Otto, 1940-1941
  22 Malloy, James, 1936-1937
  23 Manly, Basil, 1926, 1938
  24 Mann, George Hiram, 1929-1931
  25 Marconier, Emily Sims (National Consumers’ League), 1931-1935
  26 Marsh, Benjamin (Peoples’ Reconstruction League), 1926-1927
  27 Marsh, Benjamin (Anti-Monopoly League), 1927-1928
  28 Marsh, Benjamin (The Joint Committee on Unemployment), 1931-1934
  29 Marsh, Benjamin (The Peoples’ Lobby), 1930-1935
  30 Marsh, Benjamin (The Peoples’ Lobby), 1936-1942
  31 Marsh, Harry, 1936-1940
  32 Marsh, Ursula (Workers’ Defense League), 1943
  33 Marshall, George, 1940-1945
  34 Martin, Anne, 1931-1938
Box Folder
25 1 Masse, Benjamin (America), 1942-1944
  2 Massingale, Sam, April 1937
  3 Matthus, Oscar, 1932-1933
  4 Maurer, George (Labor Defense Council), June 1925
  5 Maverick, Maury, 1934-1938
  6 McAghon, Justin, 1932-1940
  7 McAuliffe, Maurice, 1933-1938
  8 McCabe, Lawrence, 1933-1935
  9 McCarthy, Lawrence, January-March 1934
  10 McClancy, Joseph, 1934
  11 McColgan, Daniel, 1940-1945
  12 McCormack, John, 1933-1943
  13 McCormick, John (Commonweal), 1928-1937
  14 McCormick, Patrick J. (CUA Rector), 1936, 1938, 1945
  15 McCurdy, Joseph (Maryland State and D.C. Federal of Labor), April 1936
  16 McDonough, M. J. (AFL-Building Trades Department), July-August 1933
  17 McEntegart, Bryan (CUA Rector), 1939-1942
  18 McGovern, John, 1937-1940
  19 McGowan, J. W. (NYA), 1936-1937
  20 McGowan, Raymond, 1925-1934
  21 McGowan, Raymond, 1937-1941
  22 McGrath, John (Hartford Lecture Series), 1930-1939
  23 McGuire, Louise, 1929-1932, 1944
  24 McHugh, Rose, 1926-1927
  25 McHugh, Rose, 1928
  26 McHugh, Rose, 1929
  27 McHugh, Rose, 1930-1937
  28 McIntyre, L. Francis, 1936, 1943
  29 McKiever, Katherine, 1927
  30 McLachlyn, Marjorie, June-July 1939
  31 McMahon, Charles, 1932-1939
  32 McMahon, Francis, 1926, 1941-1943
  33 McNicholas, John, 1927-1935
  34 McNulty, Joseph, 1928, 1942, 1944
  35 McPike, Sara, 1926, 1931
  36 McSorley, Joseph, 1929, 1940, 1943
  37 Mead, James, 1937-1944
  38 Meeker, Harriet, 1925-1926
  39 Meininger, William, 1928-1929
  40 Mencken, H. L., 1929, 1935
  41 Menendez, Joseph (The Paulist Press), 1928-1931, 1940-1942
Box Folder
26 1 Meserole, Darwin (National Unemployment League), 1930
  2 Meserole, Darwin (National Unemployment League), 1931
  3 Meserole, Darwin (National Unemployment League), 1933-1937
  4 Meserole, Darwin (National Unemployment League), 1938-1939
  5 Metcalf, Henry, 1925, 1928, 1941
  6 Millar, Morehouse, 1928
  7 Milton, George (The Chattanooga News), 1930, 1940
  8 Minton, Sherman, February 1937
  9 Mitten, Thomas, 1926-1927
  10 Moley, Raymond (Assistant Secretary of State), 1932-1935
  11 Monaghan, Joseph, 1929, 1935
  12 Monaghan, Joseph, 1933-1934, 1941-1945
  13 Montavon, William, 1926, 1928, 1941
  14 Moon, Parker, 1926, 1932, 1935
  15 Mooney, Edward, 1938-1941
  16 Moore, Fred (Open Speakers Bureau), 1925-1936
  17 Moore, H. H., 1927-1944
  18 Moore, Hugh, 1939-1941
  19 Morgan, Lavin Puffer (National Council for Prevention of War), 1925-1928
  20 Morrissy, Elizabeth, 1928-1936
  21 Muench, Aloysius, 1933-1937
  22 Muldoon, Peter J. (Bishop of Rochefort, Illinois), 1925-1929
  23 Mulligan, Margaret (CUA Rector’s Office), 1932-1934, 1942
  24 Murphy, Carl (Afro-American, Howard University Speech), 1943
  25 Murphy, Frank, 1935-1942
  26 Murphy, J. Auston, 1929-1930
  27 Murphy, J. Stanley, 1939-1941
  28 Murray, Francis, 1929-1940
  29 Murray, James, 1941, 1944
  30 Murray, John Gregory, 1932-1933, 1944
  31 Murray, N. L. (Curent History Magazine), 1928-1930
  32 Murray, Philip, 1943, 1945
  33 Mussey, Raymond (The Nation), 1930
  34 Muste, A. J., 1926, 1929
  35 Myers, James (Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America), 1926-1931
  36 Myers, James (Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America), 1933-1935
  37 Myers, James (Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America), 1937
  38 Myers, James (Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America), 1938-1942
  39 Nadeau-Nattan, 1926-1945
Box Folder
27 1 Naughten-Nelles, 1926-1944
  2 Nelson-Nesbit, 1928-1944
  3 Neufelder-Newkirk, 1926-1944
  4 Newmann-Nolan, 1928-1943
  5 Noland-Nyland, 1926-1944
  6 Nolligan, Joseph, 1935, 1944
  7 Newton, Joseph, 1927-1930
  8 Newton, William, 1936-1937
  9 Nichols, Jack, May 1936
  10 Niebuhr, Reinhold, April 1944
  11 Niles, David (Ford Hall Forum), 1935-1939, 1945
  12 Noll, John, 1938, 1941
  13 Norris, George, 1925-1939
  14 Norton, Mary, 1932-1945
  15 O’Brien-O’Cak, 1925-1942
  16 O’Callaghan-O’Connell, 1921, 1926-1942
  17 O’Connor-O’Day, 1928-1945
  18 O’Dem-O’Donnell, 1925-1945
  19 O’Donnoghue-O’Grady, 1925-1942
  20 O’Hagan-O’Heron, 1929-1943
  21 Ohmer-Older, 1929-1941
  22 Oldham-O’Neal, 1929-1944
  23 O’Neil-O’Rahilly, 1926-1945
  24 O’Reilly-O’Ryan, 1929-1945
  25 Osborne-Ostroff, 1928-1940
Box Folder
28 1 O’Sullivan-Owens, 1925-1940
  2 O’Brien, Edward O., 1925
  3 O’Brien, John, 1932-1944
  4 Ochs-Oakes, George, 1927-1931
  5 O’Connell, Amelia, 1933-1934
  6 O’Connor, Harvey, 1926
  7 O’Connor, John, 1932, 1939
  8 O’Donnell, Hugh, 1928, 1936, 1944
  9 O’Donnell, Robert, 1944-1945
  10 O’Dwyer, Thomas, 1927-1939
  11 O’Grady, John, 1928, 1935, 1938
  12 O’Hara, Frank, 1927-1933
  13 O’Hara, Edwin V., 1927-1928
  14 O’Hara, Edwin V., 1931-1943
  15 O’Hea, L. (Catholic Social Action), 1925-1941
  16 Olander, Victor (Illinois State Federation of Labor), 1926-1928
  17 O’Mahony, Joseph, 1938, 1942
  18 Orth, Charles, 1931-1934
  19 O’Shaughnessy, 1931-1935
  20 O’Toole, Donald, August 1944
  21 O’Toole, M. J., 1925-1926, 1939
  22 Paassen-Papert, 1927-1942
  23 Paradowski-Parsons, 1925-1943
  24 Paschal-Patterson, 1927-1944
  25 Paul-Peck, 1926-1943
  26 Pecquet-Persons, 1928-1945
  27 Peters-Pfannebecker, 1926-1943
  28 Phelan-Phillips, 1925-1942
  29 Philosophic-Pigers, 1925-1944
  30 Pitt-Pomeroy, 1926-1944
  31 Pommier-Portrey, 1928-1943
Box Folder
29 1 Posner-Pratt, 1923-1942
  2 Preece-Previtali, 1925-1941
  3 Price-Putnam’s, 1927-1942
  4 Pace, Edward, March-April 1932
  5 Padgett, Alice, 1926-1931
  6 Padgett, Alice, 1932-1939
  7 Page, Kirby, 1926-1931
  8 Pallen, Conde (published in The Winona Carrier), 1921
  9 Palmisano, Vincent, 1932-1938
  10 Parks, Sterling, 1940-1943
  11 Parsons, Wilfrid (America), 1928-1944
  12 Patterson, Ernest, 1925-1934
  13 Pearson, Paul, 1926-1936
  14 Perkins, Frances, 1933
  15 Perkins, Frances, 1934
  16 Perkins, Frances, 1935-1936
  17 Perkins, Frances, 1937-1942
  18 Perkins, Frances, 1943-1945
  19 Perry, Ralph, 1925-1926, 1943-1944
  20 Persons, Warren, 1932-1934
  21 Persons, W. Frank, 1931-1936
  22 Persons, W. Frank, 1937-1938
  23 Pinchot, Gifford, 1929
  24 Pink, Lavis, 1942-1944
  25 Poetker, A. H., 1941
  26 Power, Paul, 1931, 1939
  27 Power, Victor, 1926
  28 Purcell, Richard, 1925-1944
  29 Purdy, Lawson, 1926-1927, 1939
  30 Quealy-Quyan, 1925-1941
  31 Quill, Michael (Transport Workers of America), February-March 1944
  32 Quinn, Frank, 1930-1945
Box Folder
30 1 Quinn, M. F., 1928, 1934, 1944
  2 Rabinowitz-Rasmusson, 1928-1945
  3 Ratto-Reeda, 1927-1945
  4 Reese-Reiner, 1926-1944
  5 Reissig-Reynolds, 1933-1941
  6 Rhoades-Richards, 1929-1943
  7 Richardson-Rigrod, 1925-1940
  8 Riley-Riordan, 1926-1943
  9 Ritter-Robbins, 1929-1943
  10 Robert-Rock, 1925-1941
  11 Rocker-Rogers, 1930-1944
  12 Rohan-Rooney, 1934-1942
  13 Root-Rosner, 1926-1942
  14 Rosnay-Roth, 1927-1944
  15 Rothanson-Ruhland, 1926-1942
  16 Rumley-Rutnam, 1927-1942
  17 Ryan, Alma-Ryan, G, 1929-1945
  18 Ryan, J.-Ryan, Joseph, 1926-1941
  19 Ryan, Martin-Ryan, Russell, 1925-1945
  20 Ryan, Thomas-Rydeuck, 1924-1940
  21 Randolph, A. Philip (Brotherhood of Sleep Car Porters), 1927, 1941-1945
  22 Rubaut, Louis, March 1944
  23 Rainey, Henry, 1929-1930
Box Folder
31 1 Randolph, Jennings, April 1940
  2 Ransdell, Joseph, 1926-1928
  3 Raushenbush, Paul, 1931, 1935, 1942
  4 Raushenbush, Stephen, 1926, 1938
  5 Raymond, Reginald, January-February 1938
  6 Ready, Michael, 1931-1938
  7 Ready, Michael, 1940
  8 Ready, Michael, 1941-1944
  9 Reardon, James, 1927-1945
  10 Regan, Agnes, 1925-1940
  11 Reinhold, H. A., 1943-1945
  12 Reisner, Christian, 1938-1939
  13 Reizenstein, Louis, 1935
  14 Reynolds, Charles (The Kiwanis Magazine), 1925-1926
  15 Reynolds, John, 1939-1943
  16 Reynolds, Thomas, 1930-1935
  17 Rice, Charles Owen, 1938-1939, 1944
  18 Rice, Frederick, 1935-1940
  19 Richter, Herman, August-September 1937
  20 Riggs, T. Lawrason, 1927, 1940
  21 Ritchie, Albert, 1929, 1932
  22 Roberge, Hector, 1933-1940
  23 Roberts, Louisa (Washington Council of Social Agencies), 1927-1931
  24 Robinson, M. R. (Scholastic), 1937-1940
  25 Robinson, Morris, 1941-1942
  26 Roemer, William, 1926-1929
  27 Roosevelt, Franklin D., 1928-1933
  28 Roosevelt, Franklin D., 1934-1937
  29 Roosevelt, Franklin D., 1939-1945
  30 Roper, Ralph, 1935-1939
  31 Rosenthal, S. P., March 1939
  32 Ross, H. S., 1930-1937
  33 Ross, J. Elliot, 1925-1929
  34 Rothwell, Bernard, 1930-1939
  35 Rukeyser, M. S., 1930-1933
  36 Rummel, Joseph, 1932, 1940
  37 Russell, Charles, 1926-1927, 1939
  38 Ryan, Charles, 1926
  39 Ryan, David, 1930-1945
  40 Ryan, Desmond, 1932-1943
  41 Ryan, Elmer, 1938-1939
  42 Ryan, James D., 1934-1935
  43 Ryan, James H. (CUA Rector), 1928, 1931-1932
  44 Ryan, James H. (CUA Rector), 1933-1936
  45 Ryan, John K., 1942, 1945
  46 Ryan, Kathran, 1939-1945
  47 Ryan, Lawrence F., 1926, 1941-1945
Box Folder
32 1 Ryan, Margaret, 1927, 1937, 1940
  2 Ryan, Maria (Mother), May 1910
  3 Ryan, Mary John, 1941, 1945
  4 Ryan, Maurice, 1933-1944
  5 Ryan, Nicholas, 1933-1936
  6 Ryan, Robert, 1934, 1941-1942
  7 Sachs-Samuel, 1926-1944
  8 Sand-Sauer, 1930-1945
  9 Savard-Scanlan, 1926-1944
  10 Scanlon-Schain, 1926-1944
  11 Schenck-Schiefer, 1927-1941
  12 Schlarmann-Schmideler, 1926-1944
  13 Schmieder-Schrank, 1928-1943
  14 Schreiner-Schupp, 1925-1938
  15 Schussler-Scott, 1926-1943
  16 Sears-Seymour, 1927-1942
  17 Shaffer-Sharpe, 1926-1943
  18 Shartzer-Shen, 1927-1945
  19 Sheedy-Sheil, 1931-1945
  20 Shelby-Sherman, 1927-1937
  21 Sherover-Shosteck, 1925-1944
  22 Shoup-Siener, 1928-1943
  23 Sifton-Singer, 1925-1945
  24 Sinhkavich-Slattery, 1925-1944
Box Folder
33 1 Slavin-Smith, James, 1924-1945
  2 Smith, Jeanette-Smith, William, 1928-1944
  3 Smyth-Solterer, 1928-1940
  4 Sommar-Sparks, 1929-1944
  5 Sparling-Sperry, 1926-1945
  6 Spiegelberg-Stangel, 1926-1945
  7 Stanislavs-Stein, 1926-1944
  8 Steiner-Stevens, 1926-1939
  9 Stevenson-Stewart, 1930-1939
  10 Stillman-Stokers, 1927-1940
  11 Stone-String Fellow, 1926-1944
  12 Strittmatter-Sullivan, M. L., 1928-1943
  13 Sullivan, Henry-Sullivan T. S., 1926-1943
  14 Summers-Swift, 1928-1944
  15 Swint-Syre, 1931-1943
  16 Sander, Charlotte (Open Forum Speakers Bureau), 1927-1933
  17 Sands, William Franklin, 1927-1937
  18 Sanger, Margaret, February 1929
  19 Saposs, David, 1926, 1939
  20 Saxton, Eugene, 1929
  21 Scanlon, Arthur, 1927-1942
  22 Scanlon, Patrick (The Tablet), 1927-1939
  23 Schaal, E. A., 1926-1932
  24 Schaefer, Catherine, 1929-1939
  25 Schexnayder, M., 1931-1936
  26 Schieffelin, William, 1939-1941
  27 Schnapper, M. B., 1939-1942
  28 Schnitkind, Henry (The Stratford Company), 1930-1931
  29 Schumpeter, Joseph, October 1934
Box Folder
34 1 Schwarz, J. C., 1940-1941
  2 Scott, Elmer, 1932-1934
  3 Seligman, Edwin, 1925-1926
  4 Sellin, Thorstein (The Annals), 1932
  5 Shapiro, Harold, 1935-1936
  6 Shea, Rita, 1933-1945
  7 Sheed, F. J., 1942-1944
  8 Sheehy, Maurice, 1931-1937
  9 Sheen, Fulton, 1930, 1939-1940
  10 Sheppard, Morris, April 1931
  11 Sherry, Robert, 1930-1931
  12 Shipstead, Henrick, 1925-1945
  13 Shotwell, James, 1925-1940
  14 Shoul, Abraham, 1936-1937
  15 Shriver, Robert, 1932-1933, 1940
  16 Shuster, George N. (Commonweal), 1930-1932
  17 Shuster, George N. (Commonweal), 1933-1934
  18 Shuster, George N. (Commonweal), 1935-1937
  19 Shuster, George N. (Hunter College), 1939-1945
  20 Siedenburg, Frederick, 1930-1935
  21 Simonson, Rebecca, 1942
  22 Sinclair, Upton, 1933, 1935
  23 Sisson, F. J., May 1936
  24 Skillin, Edward (Commonweal), 1939-1944
  25 Smith, Al, 1927
  26 Smith, Fred (World Alliance for International Friendship through the Chuches), 1926-1927
  27 Smith, Fred (World Alliance for International Friendship through the Churches), 1928
  28 Smith, Fred (World Alliances for International Friendship through the Churches), 1929-1935
  29 Smith, Harold, 1942-1944
  30 Smith, Howard, 1944
  31 Smith, Martin, December 1942
  32 Smith, Mildred (Open Forum Speakers Bureau), 1925-1927
  33 Smith, Mildred (Open Forum Speakers Bureau), 1928-1929
  34 Smith, Mildred (Open Forum Speakers Bureau), 1930-1932
  35 Smith, Mildred (Open Forum Speakers Bureau), 1933-1934
  36 Smith, Mildred (Open Forum Speakers Bureau), 1935-1938
  37 Solomon, Milton, 1939
  38 Spiegel, Henry, 1940-1942
  39 Stabler, W. Brooke, 1940
  40 Stead, William, June 1939
Box Folder
35 1 Steele, Florence, 1935
  2 Stefanson, Vilhjalmur, 1932-1940
  3 Steinbugler, John, 1934, 1938
  4 Stelzle, Charles, 1928-1939
  5 Stockwell, S. A., January 1930
  6 Stokes, Anson, 1935-1941
  7 Stowe, Lyman Beecher, 1932
  8 Strachan, P. A., 1940-1943
  9 Stritch, Samuel, 1923, 1932-1940
  10 Strong, Sydney, 1926-1931
  11 Stryker, Glover (Minnesota State Conference of Social Work), 1943
  12 Stuart, John, October 1932
  13 Sturzo, Don Luigi, 1939-1941
  14 Sullivan, Michael, 1931-1934, 1942
  15 Sweeney, Edward, 1930-1941
  16 Sweet, William, 1926-1942
  17 Swift, Arthur, 1932
  18 Swift, Otis Peabody, 1938-1943
  19 Swiney, Marie, 1933-1937
  20 Swope, Gerard, 1934-1935
  21 Taaffe-Tarring, 1926-1945
  22 Tassler-Taylor, 1926-1943
  23 Teachers’-Thierry, 1930-1942
  24 Thoma-Tomasine, 1926-1945
  25 Thompson-Tobin, 1925-1944
  26 Todd-Timkins, 1933-1942
  27 Tompkins-Tracy, 1925-1945
  28 Trainor-Trotter, 1931-1944
  29 Trowbridge-Tumultu, 1927-1944
  30 Turner-Tyson, 1931-1944
  31 Taeusch, E. F. (Harvard Business Review), 1929
  32 Taft, Robert, February 1945
  33 Talmage, William, 1932
Box Folder
36 1 Taylor, Helen, 1939-1940
  2 Tead, Ordway (Harper and Brothers), 1927, 1935-1937
  3 Tead, Ordway (Harper and Brothers), 1939-1941
  4 Tead, Ordway (Harper and Brothers), 1942-1944
  5 Teeter, Thomas, 1938
  6 Thomas, Norman (LID), 1927-1929, 1943
  7 Thompson, Carl (Public Ownership League of America), 1928-1929
  8 Thompson, Carl (Public Ownership League of America), 1930
  9 Thompson, Carl (Public Ownership League of America), 1931-1933
  10 Thomspon, Carl (Public Ownership League of America), 1934-1935
  11 Thompson, Carl (Public Ownership League of America), 1936-1937
  12 Thompson, Carl (Public Ownership League of America), 1938-1944
  13 Thompson, George, 1935-1940
  14 Tippy, Worth, 1930-1931, 1938
  15 Tobin, Daniel (IBT), 1932
  16 Tobin, Richard, 1936-1944
  17 Tolan, John (Tolan Committee on Interstate Migration), 1940-1941
  18 Toland, Edmund, October 1939
  19 Traboulsee, Anthony, 1933-1934, 1941
  20 Truesdell, Leon, 1929-1945
  21 Tugwell, Rexford, 1931, 1933
  22 Twomey, John, 1929-1932
  23 Ufford-Urgo, 1930-1945
  24 Valentine-Vaughan, 1929-1945
  25 Vehr-Vernon, 1931-1940
  26 Vertiz-Villamil, 1930-1943
  27 Vipond-Vugein, 1926-1943
  28 Van Kirk, Walter, 1934, 1936
  29 Villard, Oswald (The Nation), 1926-1927
  30 Voorhis, Jerry, 1938-1942
  31 Waggaman-Walcher, 1927-1944
  32 Walden-Wallen, 1929-1943
  33 Walsh, Alex-Walsh, M. T., 1929-1944
  34 Walsh, Margaret-Ward, 1930-1945
Box Folder
37 1 Wariner-Watson, 1926-1944
  2 Walt-Webb, 1926-1944
  3 Weber-Weisman, 1930-1944
  4 Weissberg-Weate, 1930-1942
  5 Wermel-Whitcomb, 1929-1940
  6 White-Whitfield, 1929-1943
  7 Whittle-Wilfrid, 1929-1943
  8 Wilhelmi-Willging, 1940-1945
  9 Williams-Williamson, 1930-1942
  10 Willmann-Winfield, 1930-1942
  11 Winkler-Wittig, 1931-1944
  12 Wixcey-Woodham, 1933-1944
  13 Woods-Wuckoff, 1929-1940
  14 Wagner, R. Marcellus, 1934-1935, 1941
  15 Wagner, Robert F. (United States Senator), 1933-1944
  16 Walker, James J. (New York City mayor), 1931
  17 Wallace, Henry (Secretary of Agriculture), 1933-1935
  18 Walsh, David (United States Senator), 1929-1936
  19 Walsh, Frank, 1933, 1935, 1945
  20 Walsh, James, 1930-1934
  21 Walsh, James, 1935-1940
  22 Walsh, Thomas, 1926, 1929, 1931
  23 Ward, Patrick, 1930-1942
  24 Waters, P. J., 1930
  25 Watts, Claude (American Association for Economic Freedom), 1937-1940
  26 Weeks, Edward (The Atlantic Monthly), 1927, 1935
  27 Welch, Francis (Public Utilities Fortnightly), 1930, 1935
  28 White, Walter (NAACP), June 1943
  29 White, William A., 1930-1939
  30 White, William A., 1940
  31 Whitehead, George, 1929-1931
Box Folder
38 1 Whitney, A. F. (Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen), 1931, 1937, 1943
  2 Whitney, Leon (American Eugenics Society), 1930-1931
  3 Whitson, John (National Circuit), 1928
  4 Wilberforce, Robert, 1940-1943
  5 Wilbur, Russell, 1930, 1935
  6 William, Maurice, 1932-1933
  7 Williams, Michael (The Commonweal), 1929
  8 Williams, Michael (The Commonweal), 1930
  9 Williams, Michael (The Commonweal), 1931
  10 Williams, Michael (The Commonweal), 1932
  11 Williams, Michael (The Commonweal), 1933
  12 Williams, Michael (The Commonweal), 1934
  13 Williams, Michael (The Commonweal), 1935-1936
  14 Williams, Michael (The Commonweal), 1937
  15 Williams, Michael (The Commonweal), 1938-1941
  16 Wilson, J. L., 1931-1938
  17 Wilson, M. L., 1932-1937
  18 Wise, James Waterman, 1939-1940
  19 Wise, Stephen (American Jewish Congress), 1937-1943
  20 Witte, Edwin, 1938, 1940
  21 Woll, Matthew, 1931, 1940, 1944
  22 Wolman, Leo, 1929, 1931
  23 Wood, Will, December 1931
  24 Woodlock, Thomas, 1929-1930, 1943
  25 Woolf, Joseph (Saturday Night Open Forum), 1932-1933
  26 Wrabetz, Voyta (Wisconsin Industrial Commission), 1932-1934
  27 Wright, Alfred (Cleveland Community Religious Hour), 1930-1934
  28 Wright, Alfred (Cleveland Community Religious Hour), 1935-1937
  29 Wright, Alfred (Cleveland Community Religious Hour), 1941-1944
  30 Yale-Young, 1929-1942
  31 Yard, James (National Conference of Christian and Jews, Chicago Round Table), 1937-1939
  32 Zager-Zurcher, 1932-1945
  33 Zacharias, H. C., 1932-1938
  34 Zenkert, Charles (The Echo), 1926, 1931, 1937
Subseries 1.2: Correspondents by Subject, 1914-1915, 1933-1945 (9 boxes)
Box Folder
39 1 A Better Economic Order, October-December 1934
  2 A Better Economic Order, January-February 1935
  3 A Better Economic Order, March 1935
  4 A Better Economic Order, April-May 1935
  5 A Better Economic Order, June-November 1939
  6 Anonymous (unreadable or first name only), 1928-1944
  7 Arms Embargo address replies, October 16-3, 1939
  8 Arms Embargo address replies (1 of 2), October 24, 1939
  9 Arms Embargo address replies (2 of 2), October 24, 1939
  10 Arms Embargo address replies (1 of 2), October 25, 1939
  11 Arms Embargo address replies (2 of 2), October 25, 1939
  12 Arms Embargo address replies, October 26, 1939
  13 Arms Embargo address replies, October 27, 1939
  14 Arms Embargo address replies, October 28, 1939
  15 Arms Embargo address replies, October 29, 1939
  16 Arms Embargo address replies, October 20, 1939
  17 Arms Embargo address replies, October 31, 1939
  18 Arms Embargo address replies, November 1939-January 1940
  19 Arms Embargo address replies, [c. October-November 1939]
  20 Book request lists, 1943
  21 Boston Common Cause Society, 1914-1915
  22 Catholic Radio Hour, March 1931
  23 Change of address letters, September 1939-April 1940
  24 Child labor, Cardinal William O’Connell, opposition to Ryan’s support of child labor legislation, October-November 1924
  25 Child Labor Amendment, January 1934
  26 Child Labor Amendment, February 1934
  27 Child Labor Amendment, March 1934
  28 Child Labor Amendment, April 1934
Box Folder
40 1 Child Labor Amendment, May 1934
  2 Child Labor Amendment, June, December 1934
  3 Child Labor Amendment, January 1935
  4 Child Labor Amendment, February 1935
  5 Child Labor Amendment, March 1935
  6 Child Labor Amendment, April-December 1935
  7 Child Labor Amendment, February 1936-May 1937
  8 Civil liberties statement (Catholic, Protestant, and Jewish clergy), April-June 1935
  9 Civil liberties statement (Catholic, Protestant, and Jewish clergy), signed statements (1 of 4), April 1935
  10 Civil liberties statement (Catholic, Protestant, and Jewish clergy), signed statements (2 of 4), April 1935
  11 Civil liberties statement (Catholic, Protestant, and Jewish clergy), signed statements (3 of 4), April 1935
  12 Civil liberties statement (Catholic, Protestant, and Jewish clergy), signed statements (4 of 4), April 1935
  13 Committee on Economic Security, November 1934-January 1935
  14 Congratulations on advancement to Monsignor, invitation and mailing lists, [c. September-October 1933]
  15 Congratulations on advancement to Monsignor, clippings, September, December 1933
  16 Congratulations on advancement to Monsignor, September 8-26, 1933
  17 Congratulations on advancement to Monsignor, October 1933
  18 Congratulations on advancement to Monsignor, November 1933-January 1934
  19 Congratulations on advancement to Monsignor, from Bishops, Monsignors, Priests (copied from Scrapbook #1) pp 1-30, September-December 1933
  20 Congratulations on advancement to Monsignor, from Bishops, Monsignors, Priests (copied from scrapbook #1), pp 31-60, September-December 1933
  21 Congratulations on advancement to Monsignor, from Bishops, Monsignors, Priests (copied from scrapbook #1), pp 61-90, September-December 1933
  22 Congratulations on advancement to Monsignor, from Bishops, Monsignors, Priests (copied from scrapbook #1), pp 91-117, September-December 1933
  23 Congratulations on advancement to Monsignor, from Priests and lay friends (copied from scrapbook #2), pp 1-30, September-December 1933
  24 Congratulations on advancement to Monsignor, from Priests and lay friends (copied from scrapbook #2), pp 31-60, September 1933-January 1934
Box Folder
41 1 Congratulations on advancement to Monsignor, from Priests and lay friends (copied from scrapbook #2), pp 61-90, September-December 1933
  2 Congratulations on advancement to Monsignor, from Priests and lay friends (copied from scrapbook #2), pp 91-112, September 1933-January 1934
  3 Congratulations on advancement to Monsignor, from lay friends and sisters (copied from scrapbook #3), pp 1-30, September-December 1933
  4 Congratulations on advancement to Monsignor, from lay friends and sisters (copied from scrapbook #3), pp 31-60, September-December 1933
  5 Congratulations on advancement to Monsignor, from lay friends and sisters (copied from scrapbook #3), pp 61-90, September-December 1933
  6 Congratulations on advancement to Monsignor, from lay friends and sisters (copied from scrapbook #3), pp 91-120, September-December 1933
  7 Congratulations on advancement to Monsignor, from relatives (copied from scrapbook #4), pp 1-30, September-December 1933
  8 Congratulations on advancement to Monsignor, speeches (copied from scrapbook #4), pp 31-36, December 1933
  9 Congratulations on advancement to Monsignor, clippings (copied from scrapbook #4), pp 37-65, September 1933-May 1934
  10 Congratulations on advancement to Monsignor, index to correspondence in scrapbook #1-4 (copied from scrapbook #1), p 67, 1934
  11 Coughlin/Ryan controversy, replies, 1934-1940
        Document
  12 Coughlin/Ryan controversy, “Roosevelt Safeguards America” speech, text, notes, and clippings, October 1936
        Document
  13 Coughlin/Ryan controversy, “Roosevelt Safeguards America” speech replies, October 5-7, 1936
        Document
  14 Coughlin/Ryan controversy, “Roosevelt Safeguards America” speech replies (1 of 3), October 8, 1936
        Document
  15 Coughlin/Ryan controversy, “Roosevelt Safeguards America” speech replies (2 of 3), October 8, 1936
        Document
  16 Coughlin/Ryan controversy, “Roosevelt Safeguards America” speech replies (3 of 3), October 8, 1936
        Document
  17 Coughlin/Ryan controversy, “Roosevelt Safeguards America” speech replies (1 of 5), October 9, 1936
        Document
  18 Coughlin/Ryan controversy, “Roosevelt Safeguards America” speech replies (2 of 5), October 9, 1936
        Document
  19 Coughlin/Ryan controversy, “Roosevelt Safeguards America” speech replies (3 of 5), October 9, 1936
        Document
  20 Coughlin/Ryan controversy, “Roosevelt Safeguards America” speech replies (4 of 5), October 9, 1936
        Document
  21 Coughlin/Ryan controversy, “Roosevelt Safeguards America” speech replies (5 of 5), October 9, 1936
        Document
  22 Coughlin/Ryan controversy, “Roosevelt Safeguards America” speech replies (1 of 2), October 10, 1936
        Document
Box Folder
42 1 Coughlin/Ryan controversy, “Roosevelt Safeguards America” speech replies (2 of 2), October 10, 1936
        Document
  2 Coughlin/Ryan controversy, “Roosevelt Safeguards America” speech replies, October 11, 1936
        Document
  3 Coughlin/Ryan controversy, “Roosevelt Safeguards America” speech replies (1 of 2), October 12, 1936
        Document
  4 Coughlin/Ryan controversy, “Roosevelt Safeguards America” speech replies (2 of 2), October 12, 1936
        Document
  5 Coughlin/Ryan controversy, “Roosevelt Safeguards America” speech replies, October 13, 1936
        Document
  6 Coughlin/Ryan controversy, “Roosevelt Safeguards America” speech replies, October 14, 1936
        Document
  7 Coughlin/Ryan controversy, “Roosevelt Safeguards America” speech replies, October 15, 1936
        Document
  8 Coughlin/Ryan controversy, “Roosevelt Safeguards America” speech replies, October 16, 1936
        Document
  9 Coughlin/Ryan controversy, “Roosevelt Safeguards America” speech replies, October 17-19, 1936
        Document
  10 Coughlin/Ryan controversy, “Roosevelt Safeguards America” speech replies, October 20-23, 1936
        Document
  11 Coughlin/Ryan controversy, “Roosevelt Safeguards America” speech replies, October 24-26, 1936
        Document
  12 Coughlin/Ryan controversy, “Roosevelt Safeguards America” speech replies, October 27-29, 1936
        Document
  13 Coughlin/Ryan controversy, “Roosevelt Safeguards America” speech replies, October 30-31, 1936
        Document
  14 Coughlin/Ryan controversy, “Roosevelt Safeguards America” speech replies, November 1-7, 1936
        Document
  15 Coughlin/Ryan controversy, “Roosevelt Safeguards America” speech replies, November 8, 1936
        Document
  16 Coughlin/Ryan controversy, “Roosevelt Safeguards America” speech replies, November 9-10, 1936
        Document
  17 Coughlin/Ryan controversy, “Roosevelt Safeguards America” speech replies, November 11-13, 1936
        Document
  18 Coughlin/Ryan controversy, “Roosevelt Safeguards America” speech replies, November 14-16, 1936
        Document
  19 Coughlin/Ryan controversy, “Roosevelt Safeguards America” speech replies, November 17-21, 1936
        Document
  20 Coughlin/Ryan controversy, “Roosevelt Safeguards America” speech replies, November 22-23, 1936
        Document
  21 Coughlin/Ryan controversy, “Roosevelt Safeguards America” speech replies, November 24-26, 1936
        Document
  22 Coughlin/Ryan controversy, “Roosevelt Safeguards America” speech replies, November 27-30, 1936
        Document
  23 Coughlin/Ryan controversy, “Roosevelt Safeguards America” speech replies, December 1-8, 1936
        Document
  24 Coughlin/Ryan controversy, “Roosevelt Safeguards America” speech replies (1 of 3), [c. October-November 1936]
        Document
  25 Coughlin/Ryan controversy, “Roosevelt Safeguards America” speech replies (2 of 3), [c. October-November 1936]
        Document
  26 Coughlin/Ryan controversy, “Roosevelt Safeguards America” speech replies (3 of 3), [c. October-November 1936]
        Document
  27 Coughlin/Ryan controversy, World Court address replies, Coughlin and Ryan addresses, January 1935
        Document
  28 Coughlin/Ryan controversy, World Court address replies, extracts, [c. February 1935]
        Document
  29 Coughlin/Ryan controversy, World Court address replies, January 28-29, 1935
        Document
Box Folder
43 1 Coughlin/Ryan controversy, World Court address replies, January 30-31, 1935
  2 Coughlin/Ryan controversy, World Court address replies, February 1-16, 1935
  3 Coughlin/Ryan controversy, World Court speech replies, March 7-21, 1935
  4 Coughlin/Ryan controversy, World Court address replies, [c. January-February 1935]
  5 Declining Liberty and Other Papers, 1926-1928
  6 Detroit Poverty, statements to LaFollette Committee, October-November 1931
  7 Dinner invitations (formal), [c. 1930s-1945]
  8 Distributive Justice, 1925-1928
  9 Distributive Justice, 1938-1943
  10 District of Columbia Consumers’ Council, 1933-1935
  11 District of Columbia Consumers’ League, 1925-1928
  12 Farm Tenancy Committee, December 1936-May 1937
  13 Financial, miscellaneous notes, [c. 1930s-1945]
  14 Fitzgerald estate, 1933-1935
  15 Foreign Policy Association, 1926-1932
  16 Goodwin Plan, April-September 1933
  17 Goodwin Plan, November-December 1933
  18 Goodwin Plan, January-May 1934
  19 Illness and death, July-August 1945
  20 Illness and death, September 1-15, 1945
  21 Illness and death (condolences), September 16, 1945
  22 Illness and death (condolences), September 17, 1945
Box Folder
44 1 Illness and death (condolences), September 18-22, 1945
  2 Illness and death (condolences), September 23-30, 1945
  3 Illness and death (condolences), October 1945
  4 Illness and death (condolences), November 1945
  5 International Conference of Social Work, November-December 1931
  6 International Conference of Social Work, January-April 1932
  7 International Conference of Social Work, May 1932
  8 League of Nations Non-Partisan Association, 1926-1930
  9 McKeesport speech (October 12, 1937), September-November 1937
  10 MacMillan Company, 1925-1928
  11 MacMillan Company, 1929-1944
  12 National City Bank, December 1925
  13 National City Bank, January, August 1926
  14 NLRB (Wagner Act), May 1935
  15 Organized Social Justice statement (statements, distribution and contributions lists), [c. 1935-1936]
  16 Organized Social Justice statement (clippings, comment), 1935-1936
  17 Organized Social Justice statement, July 1935
  18 Organized Social Justice statement, August 1935
  19 Organized Social Justice statement, September 9-12, 1935
  20 Organized Social Justice statement, September 1913-30, 1935
  21 Organized Social Justice statement, October-November 1935
  22 Organized Social Justice statement, December 2-17, 1935
  23 Organized Social Justice statement, December 18-30, 1935
Box Folder
45 1 Organized Social Justice statement, January-April 1936
  2 Prohibition position repsonses, February-March 1930
  3 Publication orders, 1926, 1939-1945
  4 Question of the Day requests, 1934-1935
  5 Radio address announcement letters, May 19, 1939
  6 Radio address requests, May 15-18, 1936
  7 Radio address requests, May 20-June 26, 1936
  8 Republican Party platform suggestion, Smith Brooks, December 1933-July 1934
  9 Rerum Novarum, 40th anniversary speech, April-May 1940, May 1941
  10 Seventieth birthday dinner, speech, May 25, 1939
  11 Seventieth birthday dinner, birthday cards, May 1939
  12 Seventieth birthday dinner, book fund lists, May 1939
  13 Seventieth birthday dinner, clippings, May-June 1939
  14 Seventieth birthday dinner, congratulations, Abbott-Arnold, May 1939
  15 Seventieth birthday dinner, congratulations, Baldus-Billikopt, May 1939
  16 Seventieth birthday dinner, congratulations, Black-Borghan, May 1939
  17 Seventieth birthday dinner, Busch-Byrnes, May 1939
  18 Seventieth birthday dinner, congratulations, Cahill-Chavez, May 1939
  19 Seventieth birthday dinner, Cicognani-Conway, May 1939
  20 Seventieth birthday dinner, Corridan-Curry, May 1939
  21 Seventieth birthday dinner, Dailey-Duffy, May 1939
Box Folder
46 1 Seventieth birthday dinner, congratulations, Eager-Fahey, May 1939
  2 Seventieth birthday dinner, congratualtions, Fairchild-Frey, May 1939
  3 Seventieth birthday dinner, congratulations, Furfey-Guffey, May 1939
  4 Seventieth birthday dinner, congratulations, Haas-Hillenbrand, May 1939
  5 Seventieth birthday dinner, congratulations, Hillman-Israel, May 1939
  6 Seventieth birthday dinner, congratulations, Jaeger-Keating, May 1939
  7 Seventieth birthday dinner, congratulations, Keen-Kress, May 1939
  8 Seventieth birthday dinner, congratulations, LaFollette-Legroo, May 1939
  9 Seventieth birthday dinner, congratulations, Lewis-Lynch, May 1939
  10 Seventieth birthday dinner, congratulations, Maas-Mclarran, May 1939
  11 Seventieth birthday dinner, congratulations, McCarthy-Miller, May 1939
  12 Seventieth birthday dinner, congratulations, Miltner-Morrison, May 1939
  13 Seventieth birthday dinner, congratulations, Mullady-Niles, May 1939
  14 Seventieth birthday dinner, congratulations, Norris-O’Connor, May 1939
  15 Seventieth birthday dinner, congratulations, O’Connor-Parsons, May 1939
  16 Seventieth birthday dinner, congratulations, Patterson-Putnam, May 1939
  17 Seventieth birthday dinner, congratulations, Quirk-Robert, May 1939
  18 Seventieth birthday dinner, congratulations, Rogers-Ryan, May 1939
  19 Seventieth birthday dinner, congratulations, Samson-Slattery, May 1939
  20 Seventieth birthday dinner, congratulations, Smathers-Swope, May 1939
Box Folder
47 1 Seventieth birthday dinner, congratulations, Szymczak-Treadway, May 1939
  2 Seventieth birthday dinner, congratulations, Vandenberg-Vinson, May 1939
  3 Seventieth birthday dinner, congratulations, Waggamar-Weber, May 1939
  4 Seventieth birthday dinner, congratulations, Welch-Woll, May 1939
  5 Seventieth birthday dinner, congratulations, Young-Zonarich, May 1939
  6 Seventieth birthday dinner, guest autograph book, May 25, 1939
  7 Seventieth birthday dinner, program seating chart, guest list, May 1939
  8 Seventieth birthday dinner, speech, May 25, 1939
  9 “Socialism: Promise or Menace?” debate between Morris Hillquit and John Ryan in Everybody’s Magazine, articles, October 1913-April 1914
  10 “Socialism: Promise or Menace?” debate between Morris Hillquit and John Ryan in Everybody’s Magazine, part I, draft, October 1913
  11 “Socialism: Promise or Menace?” debate between Morris Hillquit and John Ryan in Everybody’s Magazine, part II, draft, November 1913
  12 “Socialism: Promise or Menace?” debate between Morris Hillquit and John Ryan in Everybody’s Magazine, part III, drafts, December 1913
  13 “Socialism: Promise or Menace?” debate between Morris Hillquit and John Ryan in Everybody’s Magazine, part IV, drafts, January 1914
  14 “Socialism: Promise or Menace?” debate between Morris Hillquit and John Ryan in Everybody’s Magazine, part V, drafts, February 1914
  15 “Socialism: Promise or Menace?” debate between Morris Hillquit and John Ryan in Everybody’s Magazine, part VI, drafts, March 1914
  16 “Socialism: Promise or Menace?” debate between Morris Hillquit and John Ryan in Everybody’s Magazine, Hillquit correspondence, January, June 1913
  17 “Socialism: Promise or Menace?” debate between Morris Hillquit and John Ryan in Everybody’s Magazine, reader responses, September 1913-April 1914
  18 Speech request lists, [c. 1929-1942]
  19 “The Present Business Recession” speech, 1937-1938
  20 The State and the Church, 1940
  21 University of Wisconsin, 1933-1934
                       
Series 2: Reference Files, 1900-1945 (15 boxes)
Series 2 contains the Reference Files. These are comprised of materials Ryan saved to refer to while writing articles and preparing speeches. Most of the materials in the series, which includes articles, speeches, clippings, statistical information, reports, and pamphlets, were not created by Ryan. The Reference Files only occasionally includes original materials like miscellaneous drafts, notes, and correspondence created by Ryan. The subjects are usually fairly broad and reflect the topics that Ryan wrote and spoke on most frequently throughout his public career, such as unions, minimum wage, socialism, Ireland, and birth control. The materials range throughout the 1900-1945 period and are arranged alphabetically by topic.
Box Folder
48 1 African-Americans, clippings, statements, pamphlets, 1903-1943
  2 African-Americans and World War II, OWI magazine (Negroes and the War), [c. 1943]
  3 Alcoholism, article, announcement, [c. 1904], 1938
  4 Anti-Semitism, article, statement, [c. 1940s]
  5 Arbitration (Basil Manly legislation suggestions), article, memo, 1922
  6 Bankruptcy (bank insolvency), articles, [c. 1920s]
  7 Bibliographies, [c. 1930s-1945]
  8 Birth control, articles, [c. 1920s-1930s]
  9 Birth control, clippings, [c. 1929-1943]
  10 Birth control, correspondence, NCWC press releases, 1916-1943
  11 Birth control, pamphlets, 1935
  12 Birth control, statements, notes, [c. 1920-1930]
  13 Birth control, Thomas Hanley manuscript, [c. 1944]
  14 Capitalism, articles, pamphlets, 1900-1944
  15 Catholic action, article, outline, pamphlet, [c. 1908-1930s]
  16 Catholic social teaching, articles, [c. 1920s-1930s]
  17 Catholic University of America, by-laws, faculty meeting minutes, 1931, 1944
  18 Catholic University of America, exam questions, [c. 1935-1942]
  19 Catholic University of America, Faculty of Theology, Board of Trustees statement, April 1931
  20 Catholic University of America, Faculty of Theology, complaints statements, June, August 1931
  21 Catholic University of America, Facutly of Theology, Hass appointment conflict, memos statement, 1931
  22 Catholic University of America, fiftieth anniversary, Bulletin, August 1940
  23 Catholic University of America, “Is the Catholic University of America to remain Catholic or Pontifical,” report, [c. 1930s]
  24 Catholic University of America, John Rolbiecki dismissal, pamphlet, statements, 1931
  25 Catholic University of America, School of the Sacred Sciences, report, April 1931
  26 Catholic University of America, School of Social Sciences, approved thesis/dissertation topic, 1937-1939
Box Folder
49 1 Centralia case (Washington vs. Brit Smith), correspondence, trial testimony, 1925, 1929
  2 Charity articles, correspondences, notes, 1908-1930s
  3 Child illness, article, 1905
  4 Child labor amendment, articles, [c. 1920s]
  5 Child labor amendment, articles, clippings, [c. 1920s]
  6 Child labor amendment, articles, clippings, [c. 1930-1940]
  7 Child labor amendment, correspondence, 1925-1942
  8 Child labor amendment, senate hearing transcripts, May 1937
  9 Child labor amendment, pamphlets (1 of 3), [c. 1920s]
  10 Child labor amendment, pamphlets (2 of 3), [c. 1920s]
  11 Child labor amendment, pamphlets (3 of 3), [c. 1920s-1930s]
  12 Child labor amendment, statements, releases, comments, 1920s-1930s
  13 Church and state, articles, 1928-1942
  14 Church and state, clippings, 1920s-1930s
  15 Church and state, press releases, pamphlets, correspondence, notes, 1930s
  16 Civilization, articles, chart, 1901-1910
  17 Closed shop, article, [c. 1900-1911]
  18 Coal, articles, congressional record, 1920s-1930s
  19 Communism, clippings, 1930s
  20 Consumers (Consumers’ League), articles, notes, release, 1929-1940
  21 Cooperatives, articles, statements, speeches, 1920s-1930s
Box Folder
50 1 Cost of living, articles, [c. 1920s-1930s]
  2 Cost of Living, Unite States Department of Labor statistics, releases, articles, 1939-1940
  3 Coughlin, Charles, clippings, 1935-1939
  4 Coughlin, Charles, clippings, 1940
  5 Coughlin, Charles, clippings, [c. 1930s]
  6 Coughlin, Charles, Coughlin and the Christian Front, pamphlet, [c. 1940]
  7 Coughlin, Charles, Equality, March 1940
  8 Coughlin, Charles, Father Coughlin, Self-Condemned, pamphlet (Friends of Democracy), [c. 1939]
  9 Coughlin, Charles, newsletters, pamphlets, statements, 1938-1941
  10 Coughlin, Charles, New Masses, November 21 and 28, 1939
  11 Coughlin, Charles, New Masses, December 5 and 12, 1939
  12 Coughlin, Charles, New Masses, December 19, 1939, January 2, 1940
  13 Coughlin, Charles, PM Daily, June 12, 1941
  14 Coughlin, Charles, PM Daily, March 30, 1942
  15 Coughlin, Charles, PM Daily, April 15, 17, 18, 1942
  16 Courts, article, extracts, 1923-1924
  17 Crime, Hoover speech, September 19, 1936
  18 Crime, pamphlet, October 1926
  19 Democracy, articles, pamphlet, releases, [c. 1940-1945]
  20 Divorce, article, pamphlet, [c. 1920s]
  21 Economic planning, articles, clippings, notes, pamphlets, 1930s
  22 Economic planning, Industrial Expansion bill, comments, notes, 1937-1938
  23 Economic planning, reports, 1931-1932
  24 Economists, articles, [c. 1904]
  25 Education, articles, 1903
Box Folder
51 1 Education, articles, clippings, notes, pamphlets, papal encyclical, 1920s-1930s
  2 Education, J. W. Studebaker (versus Commissioner of Education), comments, speeches, correspondence, June, August 1936
  3 Ethics, articles, clippings, [c. 1900-1930]
  4 Eugenics, articles, pamphlets, clippings, notes, [c. 1910-1939-
  5 Eugenics, Leo Francis Lamb dissertation (“The Catholic Church and Eugenics”), 1926
  6 Evolution (Scopes Trial), clippings, 1925-1930
  7 Evolution (Scopes Trail), articles, notes, pamphlets, map, [c. 1925-1930]
  8 Fascism, articles, clippings, 1924-1944
  9 Fascism, Salvemini-Flannery conflict, articles, response draft, [c. 1940-1944]
  10 Fair Employment Practices Committee, clippings, pamphlets, bills, 1943
  11 Family, pamphlets, essay, 1930s
  12 Farming, articles, clippings, [c. 1920-1943]
  13 Farming, pamphlets, [c. 1930-1945]
  14 Farming, pamphlets (United States Department of Agriculture), 1934-1940
  15 Farming, reports, 1932-1943
  16 Feeblemindedness (mental health), correspondence, 1932
  17 Feminism, article, speech notes, [c. 1910s-1920s]
  18 Ferrer, Francis, articles, [c. 1910]
  19 Foreign affairs, articles, reports, pamphlets, radio talk, 1924-1935
Box Folder
52 1 Freedom of speech, ACLU pamphlets and reports, [c. 1920-1935]
  2 Freedom of speech, clippings, notes, 1920s-1930s
  3 Freedom of speech, congressional statements, 1921, 1929
  4 Free will, article excerpts (Rev. J. G. Vance), 1919
  5 Germany, articles, clippings, 1941-1943
  6 Germany, NCWC press releases, 1933-1941
  7 Germany, pamphlets, correspondence, report, 1934-1944
  8 Haas, Francis J., consecration ceremony, programs, November 1943
  9 Hoover, Herbert, clippings, 1930-1933
  10 Housing, articles, clippings, 1934-1941
  11 Housing, legislation, reports, 1936-1937
  12 Housing, National Housing Committee, correspondence, meeting notes, 1938-1942
  13 Housing, National Housing Committee, incorporation papers, flyers, speeches, 1937-1939
  14 Housing, report draft, [c. 1920s]
  15 Immigration, clippings, reports, articles, congressional speeches, [c. 1900-1929]
  16 Income distribution, articles, clippings, notes, 1913-1944
  17 Income tax, correspondence, clippings, 1914-1923
  18 Indian affairs, clippings, speech (United States senator William King), 1933
  19 Industrial democracy, articles, clipping, pamphlet, [c. 1920-1943]
  20 Industrial depression, articles, clippings, 1929-1931
  21 Industrial recovery, articles, 1933-1934
  22 Industrial recovery, articles, 1935-1942
Box Folder
53 1 Industrial recovery, clippings, notes, pamphlet, speech, 1930s
  2 Industrial reform, speech notes and drafts, pamphlet, articles, [c. 1925-1935]
  3 Interest rates, articles, congressional record, 1924-1943
  4 Ireland, clippings, [c. 1920s-1930s]
  5 Ireland, correspondence, speech notes, [c. 1920s-1930s]
  6 Ireland, pamphlets, articles, [c. 1920s-1930s]
  7 Ireland, John, article about, October 1939
  8 International law, article, June 1934
  9 Labor, AFL post-war forum proceedings, April 1944
  10 Labor, clippings, articles, [c. 1940-1943]
  11 Labor, NLRB, articles, congressional hearings, 1930s-1940s
  12 Labor, The Annals, issue on Industrial Relations and the Churches, September 1922
  13 Labor encyclicals (Rerum Novarum and Quadregisimo Anno), clippings, notes, speeches, 1930s
  14 Labor encyclicals (Rerum Novarum and Quadregisimo Anno), NCWC press releases, study outlines, pamphlets, 1930s
        Some Timely Commentaries on a Great Encyclical. Washington: National Catholic Welfare Conference, 1932.
  15 Labor law, articles, pamphlets, [c. 1910-1945]
  16 Land speculation, articles, 1905
  17 League of Nations, speech draft, [c. 1920s]
  18 Liberalism, clippings, 1940-1943
  19 Liberty and liberalism, speech notes, clippings, articles, 1927-1944
  20 Living wage, speech drafts, clippings, 1910-1922
  21 Living wage, articles, pamphlets, 1900-1920
Box Folder
54 1 McGlynn case, clippings, research notes, correspondence, obituaries, [c. 1900-1920s]
  2 Management, articles, clippings, pamphlets, [c. 1920s]
  3 Matrimony, pamphlets, clippings, 1920s-1930s
  4 Mexico and the Catholic Church, articles, clippings, 1920-1930s
  5 Mexico and the Catholic Church, pamphlets, 1920s-1930s
  6 Mexico and the Catholic Church, press releases, statements, correspondence, 1926-1940
  7 Middle ages, article extracts (“The Reconsideration of the Middle Ages”), October 1921
  8 Military training, pamphlets, [c. 1920s]
  9 Minimum wage, Department of Labor pamphlet, report, 1935-1941
  10 Minimum wage laws, articles, pamphlets, [c. 1910-1915]
  11 Minimum wage laws, clippings, speeches, comments, 1898-1923
  12 Minimum wage laws, proposed bills, 1923-1933
  13 Money questions, articles, clippings, reports, statistics, 1930-1945
  14 Monopoly, articles, clippings, [c. 1901-1940]
  15 Moral questions, articles, clippings, 1920s-1930s
  16 Moral questions, contraception, article, comments, 1930s-1940s
Box Folder
55 1 McClure’s Magazine (Steffens, Tarbell, Baker, Sinclair), articles, [c. 1904-1909]
  2 Narcotics, articles, pamphlet, press releases, 1926
  3 NCWC, Callahan correspondence, 1925-1926
  4 NCWC, clippings, meeting minutes, reports, 1923-1945
  5 NCWC (and Catholic Conference on Industrial Problems), pamphlets, magazine, 1919-1940
        Bishop's Program of Social Reconstruction. Washington: National Catholic Welfare Conference, 1919.
  6 NCWC, press releases, 1931-1938
  7 NCWC, press releases, 1939
  8 NCWC, press releases, 1940
  9 NCWC, press releases, 1941-1945
  10 NRA, articles, bill, 1933-1937
  11 NRA, clippings, releases, 1934-1939
  12 Neutrality, articles, correspondence, speeches, notes, clippings, 1939
  13 New York City, articles, November 1922
  14 New Deal, articles, clippings, congressional record, 1935-1939
  15 Old age pensions, articles, notes, pamphlets, 1928-1933
  16 Pacific relations, pamphlets, July 1927
  17 Periodical Continence, articles, speech, 1933
  18 Philosophy, articles, [c. 1901-1910]
  19 Political questions, clippings, articles, [c. 1900-1940]
  20 Political questions, pamphlets, notes, [c. 1920s]
        A Question of Tactics for Catholic Citizens, 1924.
  21 Population changes (among Catholics), articles, releases, 1930-1944
Box Folder
56 1 Population changes (United States), articles, clippings, notes, paper, releases, 1925-1940
  2 Post World War I reconstruction (Bishop’s Program), (1 of 12), pamphlets, index, 1919-1922
        Social Reconstruction, a General Review of the Problems and Survey of Remedies. Washington: National Catholic War Council, 1919.
  3 Post World War I reconstruction (Bishop’s Program), (2 of 12), pamphlets, 1922-1925
  4 Post World War I reconstruction (Bishop’s Program), (3 of 12), pamphlets, 1919-1929
  5 Post World War I reconstruction (Bishop’s Program), (4 of 12), pamphlets, articles, [c. 1900-1927]
  6 Post World War I reconstruction (Bishop’s Program), (5 of 12), pamphlets, articles, [c. 1920s]
  7 Post World War I reconstruction (Bishop’s Program), (6 of 12), pamphlets, articles, [c. 1900-1929]
  8 Post World War I reconstruction (Bishop’s Program), (7 of 12), index, Federal Board for Vocational Education, Labor Policies report, 1919
  9 Post World War I reconstruction (Bishop’s Program), (8 of 12), pamphlets, artilces, notes, outline, [c. 1919-1922]
  10 Post World War I reconstruction (Bishop’s Program), (9 of 12), pamphlets, 1918-1930
  11 Post World War I reconstruction (Bishop’s Program), (10 of 12), pamphlets, articles, 1905-1923
Box Folder
57 1 Post World War I reconstruction (Bishop’s Program), (11 of 12), pamphlets, 1911-1919
  2 Post World War I reconstruction (Bishop’s Program), (12 of 12), pamphlets, articles, 1914-1928
  3 Post World War I reconstruction (Bishop’s Program), clippings (1 of 2), [c. 1919-1940]
  4 Post World War I reconstruction (Bishop’s Program), clippings (2 of 2), [c. 1919-1940s]
  5 Post World War I reconstruction (Bishop’s Program), comments on, 1919, 1938
  6 Poverty, pamphlet, notes, articles, [c. 1920s]
  7 Presidents, clippings, articles, 1920s-1930s
  8 Press, clippings, articles, 1920s
  9 Price-fixing, pamphlets, 1924-1925
  10 Priests, articles, speeches, 1931-1940
  11 Production, clippings, articles, [c. 1930-1945]
  12 Profits and profittering, clippings, pamphlets, paper, 1925-1944
  13 Progressivism in the Church, articles, pamphlets, clippings, 1902-1935
  14 Prohibition, clippings, articles, 1902-1932
  15 Prohibition, correspondence, 1918, 1928-1929
  16 Prohibition, pamphlets, notes, congressional debate, 1916-1930
  17 Property, articles, [c. 1900-1915]
  18 Public opinion, articles, [c. 1900-1909]
  19 Public ownership of utilities, articles from New Republic, 1926-1941
  20 Public ownership of utilities, clippings, articles, [c. 1910-1940]
  21 Public ownership of utilities, George Norris speeches (Congressional Record), 1928, 1930, 1940
Box Folder
58 1 Public ownership of utilities, pamphlets, [c. 1920-1930]
  2 Punishment, clippings, articles, notes, [c. 1910s-1920s]
  3 Railroad industry, clippings, pamphlets, 1923-1943
  4 Rate regulation, articles, clippings, pamphlets, [c. 1920-1930]
  5 Reformation, articles, interview, 1926, 1931
  6 Regan, Agnew, obituary, eulogy, 1943
  7 Religion, clippings, articles, 1901-1936
  8 Reparation of international debts, articles, clippings, notes, pamphlets, Congressional Record, 1920s-1930s
  9 Roosevelt, Franklin D., articles, clippings, speeches (1 of 2), 1933-1944
  10 Roosevelt, Franklin D., clippings (2 of 2), 1933-1944
  11 Roosevelt, Franklin D., 1937 inauguration, ticket, program, booklet, January 1937
  12 Russia, articles, clippings, pamphlets, 1933-1942
  13 Russia, New Republic issue on Russia, November 17, 1941
  14 Ryan, John A., bibliographical lists, [c. 1900-1944]
  15 Ryan, John A., biographical, article, [c. 1900-1946]
Box Folder
59 1 Ryan, John A., biographical, clippings (1 of 4), [c. 1910-1944]
  2 Ryan, John A., biographical, clippings [2 of 4], [c. 1910-1944]
  3 Ryan, John A., biographical, clippings [3 of 4], [c. 1910-1944]
  4 Ryan, John A., biographical, clippings (4 of 4), [c. 1910-1944
  5 Ryan, John A., memorial service, eulogies, 1945
  6 Ryan, John A., obituaries, 1945
  7 Ryan, John A., official certificates, documents, 1943
  8 Ryan, Maria Luby (John A. Ryan’s mother) death, clippings, correspondence, 1930
  9 Ryan family history, [c. 1900]
  10 Ryan lectures, Maurice Tobin speech, May 1949
  11 Science, articles, 1902-1906
  12 Settlement houses, notes, [c. 1910s]
  13 Sex, articles, [c. 1900-1920]
  14 Shahan, funeral sermons, obituary, 1932
  15 Single tax, articles, [c. 1900-1914]
  16 Sit-down strikes, articles, clippings, 1922-1939
  17 Sit-down strikes (GM), Congressional Record, January 1939
  18 Smith, Al, articles, [c. 1925-1930]
  19 Smith, Al (Church and State), clippings, 1927-1929
  20 Smith, Al, pamphlets, correspondence, 1927-1928
  21 Socialism, articles, pamphlets, speech, 1901-1941
  22 Socialism, clippings, [c. 1915-1940]
Box Folder
60 1 Socialism, controversy between Ryan and “H” in Catholic Fortnightly Review, 1909-1910
  2 Socialism, expulsion of socialists from New York Assembly (Hillquit), articles, correspondence, pamphlets, 1920
  3 Social justice, clippings, notes, [c. 1920-1942]
  4 Social reform and social questions, articles, clippings, pamphlets, 1910-1937
  5 Social Security, articles, clippings, correspondence, 1935-1944
  6 Social Security, Advisory Council on Economic Security, meeting minutes, correspondence, 1934
  7 Social unrest, article, [c. 1910]
  8 Social work, articles, [c. 1900-1930]
  9 Sovereignty, articles, [c. 1900-1920]
  10 Spain, clippings, 1939, 1942
  11 Spiritism, article, 1928
  12 Sterilization, articles, NCWC press releases, 1934
  13 Sterilization, clippings, notes, [c. 1920s-1930s]
  14 Stock exchange, clippings, 1933-1943
  15 Stritch, Samuel, NCWC press release/biography, 1942
  16 Supreme Court, articles, [c. 1930-1944]
  17 Supreme Court, clippings, Congressional Record, 1924-1941
  18 Tariffs, clippings, 1926-1934
  19 Tariffs, pamphlets, 1923-1930
  20 Taxation, articles, bills, reviews, [c. 1900-1940]
  21 Taxation, clippings, 1924-1944
Box Folder
61 1 Taxation, New Republic, articles, 1925-1926
  2 Technocracy, articles, clippings, pamphlets, [c. 1930s]
  3 Thrift, pamphlets, 1926
  4 Truman, Harry, clipping, 1945
  5 Unemployment, articles, clippings, [c. 1900-1940]
  6 Unemployment, notes, bills, press releases, [c. 1920s-1930s]
  7 Unemployment, pamphlets, 1920s-1930s
        Unemployment. Washington. National Catholic Welfare Conference, 1929.
  8 Unions, articles, clippings, 1901-1939
  9 Unions, articles by Ray Stannard Baker, 1903-1904
  10 Unions, lecture outlines, notes, bibliography, 1903-1940
  11 Unions, pamphlets, 1940-1941
  12 Unions, Sam Gompers articles in the American Federalist, 1903-1919
  13 Valuation, articles, clippings, pamphlets, 1923-1933
  14 Vatican, articles, clippings, pamphlets, 1929-1939
        The Vatican-Italian Accord. New York: Foreign Policy Association, 1929. (with Count Carlo Sforza and Charles C. Marshall)
  15 Wages, articles, clippings, pamphlets, 1930-1942
  16 Walsh, Dr. James, biographical articles, [c. 1943]
  17 War and peace, articles, 1934-1944
  18 War and peace, clippings, 1926-1943
  19 War and peace, notes, releases, peace plans, speeches, [c. 1941-1945]
Box Folder
62 1 War and peace, pamphlets, 1918-1943
  2 Waste, pamphlets, 1920s
  3 Wealth and credit, correspondence, essay, review, 1926
  4 Wealth and luxury, articles, 1903-1911
  5 Wheeler Defense Committee, correspondence, pamphlet, 1926
  6 Women and industry, clippings, pamphlets, 1908-1941
  7 Workmen’s Compensation Laws, pamphlet, 1926
                       
Series 3: Writing, Speeches, and Sermons, 1900-1945 (8 boxes)
Series 3 is comprised of the writings, speeches, and sermons of John A. Ryan. It includes book reviews, newspaper and academic articles, pamphlets, letters to the editor, speech drafts, comments, congressional testimony, sermons and book drafts. The articles, speeches, letters to the editor, book reviews, pamphlets, testimony, and speeches are all organized chronologically at the beginning of the series. The sermons and book drafts follow. The materials in this series span 1900-1945.
[NOTE: For a full chronological bibliography of John A. Ryan's voluminous writings, researchers should consult Theodora McGill, "A Bio-Bibliography of Monsignor John A. Ryan," MA Thesis, CUA, 1952]
Box Folder
62 8 Indexes, [c. 1900-1945]
  9 Articles, book reviews, 1900-1904
  10 Articles, 1908-1910
        A Program of Social Reform by Legislation. New York: Catholic World Press, 1909.
  11 Articles, pamphlet, 1911-1912
        A Minimum Wage By Legislation. St. Louis: Central Bureau of German Roman Central Verein, 1911.
  12 Articles, book reviews, pamphlet, 1913
        The Living Wage. Catholic Social Guild Series. London: Catholic Truth Society, 1913; Social Reform on Catholic Lines. New York; Columbus Press, 1914. (revised edition)
  13 Articles, book reviews, letter to the editor, 1914-1915
  14 Articles, pamphlet, 1916-1917
        Family Limitation and the Church and Birth Control. New York: Paulist Press, 1916.
  15 Articles, pamphlets, 1918-1919
        Bishop's Program of Social Reconstruction. Washington: National Catholic Welfare Conference, 1919; Catholic Church vs. Socialism. New York: The Mail and Express Co., 1918; Catholic Doctrine on the Right of Self Government. New York: Paulist Press, 1919; Problems of the Peace Conference. New York: American Press, 1918.
  16 Articles, speeches (1 of 2), [c. 1910s]
  17 Articles, speeches (2 of 2), [c. 1910s]
  18 Articles, speeches (industrial democracy), [c. 1910s]
  19 Articles, speeches (labor unions), [c. 1910s]
Box Folder
63 1 Articles, speeches (living wage and unemployment), [c. 1910s]
  2 Articles, speeches (private property), [c. 1900s]
  3 Articles, speeches (Socialism/radical movements), [c. 1910s]
  4 Articles, 1920
        The Denver Tramway Strike of 1920. Denver: Denver Commission of Religious Forces, 1921. (with Edward T. Devin and John A. Lapp)
  5 Articles, 1921
        The Labor Problem: What It Is, How to Solve It. New York: Paulist Press, 1921. (With Raymond McGowan, also published under the title of A Catechism of the Social Question)
  6 Speeches, 1921
  7 Articles, 1922
  8 Articles (Ireland), 1922-1923
  9 Speeches (“Workingman’s Needs”), correspondence, 1922
  10 Speeches (“Workingman’s Needs”), 1922
  11 Speeches (“Workingman’s Needs”), (copy), 1922
  12 Articles, book review, letters to the editor, 1923
        The Christian Doctrine of Property. New York: Paulist Press, 1923; The Supreme Court and the Minimum Wage. New York: Paulist Press, 1923.
  13 Articles, speech, pamphlets, 1924
        Christian Charity and the Plight of Europe. New York: Paulist Press, 1924; Family Limitation and the Church and Birth Control. New York: Paulist Press, 1916; The Proposed Child Labor Amendment. New York: National Child Labor Committee, 1924; Social Reform on the Catholic Lines. Brooklyn: Volksverein, Greenpoint, 1912.
  14 Articles, book reviews, 1925
        Industrial Democracy from a Catholic Viewpoint. Washington: Rossi-Bryn Co., 1925.
  15 Articles, book reviews, speeches, pamphlets, 1926
  16 Articles, book reviews, speeches, 1927
  17 Pamphlets, 1927
        Catholic Doctrine on the Right of Self Government. New York: Paulist Press, 1919; The Christian Doctrine of Property. New York: Paulist Press, 1923; The Equal Rights Amendment in Relation to Protective Legislation for Women. Washington: National Catholic Welfare Conference, 1929; Human Sterilization. Washington: National Catholic Welfare Conference, 1927.
  18 Articles, book reviews, letters to the editor, 1928
  19 Pamphlets, 1928
        The Ethics of Public Utility Valuation. Washington: National Popular Government League, 1928; International Ethics. Washington: Catholic Association for International Peace, 1928. (with the Ethics Committee); Prohibition Today and Tomorrow. Washington: Catholic Charities Review, 1928; Prohibition, Yes or No? New York: Paulist Press, 1930.
Box Folder
64 1 Articles, book reviews, pamphlets, 1929
        Prohibition and Civic Loyalty. Washington: (self-published), 1929.
  2 Articles, speeches (1 of 2), [c. 1920s]
  3 Articles, speeches (2 of 2), [c. 1920s]
  4 Articles, pamphlets, 1930
        Moral Aspects of Sterilization. Washington: National Catholic Welfare Conference, 1930.
  5 Articles, book reviews, pamphlets, 1931
        Capital and Labor. Washington: National Catholic Welfare Council, 1920.
  6 Book reviews, letters to the editor, speeches, 1931
  7 Articles, 1932
        Catholic Principles and the Present Crises. Washington: Catholic Conference on Industrial Problems, 1932; Moral Factors in Economic Life. Washington: National Council of Catholic Men, 1931. (with Francis J. Haas); Radical Pronouncements of Popes Leo XIII and Pius XI. Washington: National Catholic Welfare Conference, 1932.
  8 Articles, book reviews, 1932
  9 Letters to the editor, speeches, 1932-1933
  10 Articles, speeches, 1934
  11 Book reviews, letter to the editor, pamphlets, 1934
        The Catholic Teaching on Our Industrial System. Washington: National Catholic Welfare Conference, 1934; International Economic Life. Washington: Catholic Association for International Peace, 1934. (with Parker T. Moom and Raymond A. McGowan); Shall the NRA Be Scrapped? Washington: Catholic Conference on Industrial Problems, 1934.
  12 Articles, book reviews, letters to the editor, speech, pamphlet, 1935
        Organized Social Justice. New York: Paulist Press, 1934; Social Justice in the 1935 Congress. Washington: National Catholic Welfare Conference, 1935.
  13 Article, book reviews, 1936
        Roosevelt Safeguards America. New York: Democratic National Committee, 1936.
  14 Speeches, 1936
        Human Sterilization. Washington: National Catholic Welfare Conference, 1936; Message of the Encyclicals for America Today. Washington: National Catholic Welfare Conference, 1936; The Right and Wrong of War. Washington: (privately published), 1940; Roosevelt Safeguards America. New York: Democratic National Committee, 1936.
Box Folder
65 1 Speeches, 1937
  2 Articles, book reviews, pamphlets, 1937
        The Constitution and Catholic Industrial Teaching. New York: Paulist Press, 1937; Relation of Catholicism to Fascism, Communism, and Democracy. Washington: National Catholic Welfare Conference, 1938.
  3 Articles, pamphlets, 1938
        American Democracy vs. Racism, Communism. New York Paulist Press, 1941; The Present Business Recession. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1938; Relation of Catholicism to Fascism, Communism, and Democracy. Washington: National Catholic Welfare Conference, 1938.
  4 Speeches, 1938
        The Present Business Recession. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1938.
  5 Articles, 1939
        Citizen, the Church, and the State. New York: Paulist Press, 1939; Testimonial Dinner. Washington: Catholic Conference on Industrial Problems, 1939.
  6 Speech (foreign languages, press releases of speech “Democratic Principle”), October 1939
  7 Speeches (1 of 3), 1939
  8 Speeches (2 of 3), 1939
        Testimonial Dinner. Washington: Catholic Conference on Industrial Problems, 1939.
  9 Speeches (3 of 3), 1939
  10 Articles, book reviews, 1940
  11 Speeches (1 of 3), 1940
  12 Speeches (2 of 3), 1940
  13 Speeches (3 of 3), 1940
Box Folder
66 1 Pamphlets, 1940
        Can Unemployment Be Ended? Washington: American Association for Economic Freedom, 1940; The Enemy is Hitler. South Bend, Indiana: Fight For Freedom Committee, 1941; Obligation of Catholics to Promote Peace. Washington: Catholic Association of International Peace, 1940; Report of the Interfaith Conference on Unemployment. Washington: National Catholic Welfare Conference, 1940; The Right and Wrong of War. Washington: (privately published), 1940.
  2 Articles, 1941
  3 Pamphlets, 1941
        Capital and Labor. New York: Paulist Press, 1931; International Post War Reconstruction. Washington: National Catholic Welfare Conference, 1942.
  4 Speeches, 1941
  5 Articles, pamphlets, 1942
        Original Sin and Human Misery. New York: Paulist Press, 1942.
  6 Speech (statements on the War and Hitler), 1942
  7 Speech (“Catholic Industrial Teaching and National Defense”), January 12, 1942
  8 Speeches, January-March 1942
  9 Speeches, August-December 1942
  10 Articles, 1943
  11 Book reviews, letters to the editor, 1943
  12 Pamphlets, 1943
  13 Speeches, April-May 1943
Box Folder
67 1 Speeches, September-December 1943
  2 Speeches, [c. 1943]
  3 Articles, 1944
  4 Speeches (1 of 2), 1944
  5 Speeches (2 of 2), 1944
  6 Article, speech (Roosevelt tributes), 1945
  7 Speeches, 1945
  8 Articles, book reviews, speeches (1 of 4), [c. 1930-1945]
  9 Articles, book reviews, speeches (2 of 4), [c. 1930-1945]
  10 Articles, book reviews. speeches (3 of 4), [c. 1930-1945]
  11 Articles, book reviews, speeches (4 of 4), [c. 1930-1945]
  12 Letters to the editor, [c. 1930-1945]
  13 Sermons (1 of 6), [c. 1896-1900]
  14 Sermons (2 of 6), [c. 1900-1945]
  15 Sermons (3 of 6), [c. 1900-1945]
  16 Sermons (4 of 6), [c. 1900-1945]
Box Folder
68 1 Sermons (5 of 6), [c. 1900-1945]
  2 Sermons (6 of 6), [c. 1900-1945]
  3 Licentiate dissertation (“Some Ethical Aspects of Speculation”), draft with notes (1 of 3), 1900
  4 Licentiate dissertation (“Some Ethical Aspects of Speculation”), draft with notes (2 of 3), 1900
  5 Licentiate dissertation (“Some Ethical Aspects of Speculation”), draft with notes (3 of 3), 1900
  6 Norm of Morality, correspondence, December 1944-February 1945
  7 Norm of Morality, draft with comments, 1943-1944
  8 Norm of Morality, 1942
  9 Seven Troubled Years, 1930-1936, 1937
  10 Social Doctrine in Action, correspondence, 1940
  11 Social Doctrine in Action, correspondence, 1941
  12 Social Doctrine in Action, correspondence, 1942-1945
  13 Social Doctrine in Action, press release, complimentary copy list, 1942
  14 Social Doctrine in Action, draft ch. 1-4, 1941
  15 Social Doctrine in Action, draft, ch. 5-7, 1941
  16 Social Doctrine in Action, draft, ch. 8-11, 1941
  17 Social Doctrine in Action, draft, ch. 12-14, 1941
  18 Social Doctrine in Action, draft, ch. 15-18, 1941
  19 Social Doctrine in Action, draft, ch. 1-4 (copy), 1941
Box Folder
69 1 Social Doctrine in Action, draft, ch. 5-7 (copy), 1941
  2 Social Doctrine in Action, draft, ch. 8-11 (copy), 1941
  3 Social Doctrine in Action, draft, ch. 12-14 (copy), 1941
  4 Social Doctrine in Action, draft, ch. 15-18 (copy), 1941
  5 Social Doctrine in Action, drafts with comments, ch. 1, 1940-1941
  6 Social Doctrine in Action, drafts with comments, ch. 3, 1940-1941
  7 Social Doctrine in Action, drafts with comments, ch. 4, 1940-1941
  8 Social Doctrine in Action, drafts with comments, ch. 5, 1940-1941
  9 Social Doctrine in Action, drafts with comments, ch. 6, 1940-1941
  10 Social Doctrine in Action, drafts with comments, ch. 7, 1940-1941
  11 Social Doctrine in Action, drafts with comments, ch. 8, 1940-1941
  12 Social Doctrine in Action, drafts with comments, ch. 9, 1940-1941
  13 Social Doctrine in Action, drafts with comments, ch. 10, 1940-1941
  14 Social Doctrine in Action, drafts with comments, ch. 11, 1940-1941
  15 Social Doctrine in Action, drafts with comments, ch. 12, 1940-1941
  16 Social Doctrine in Action, drafts with comments, ch. 13, 1940-1941
  17 Social Doctrine in Action, drafts with comments, ch. 14, 1940-1941
  18 Social Doctrine in Action, drafts with comments, ch. 15, 1940-1941
  19 Social Doctrine in Action, drafts with comments, ch. 16, 1940-1941
  20 Social Doctrine in Action, drafts with comments, ch. 17, 1940-1941
  21 Social Doctrine in Action, drafts with comments, ch. 18, 1940-1941
                       
Series 4: Journal, 1892-1898 (1 box)
Series 4 contains one thin personal journal kept when Ryan was a student at St. Paul Seminary between 1892 and 1898. It is one of the only parts of the collection that provides insight into a young John Ryan and includes his thoughts on social and political issues of the period.
Box Folder
69 22 Journal (copy), 1892-1898
  23 Journal extracts, 1894
                       
Series 5: Teaching Notebooks, 1902-1942 (5 boxes)
Series 5 contains notebooks that Ryan used while teaching courses at St. Paul Seminary, Catholic University of America, University of Wisconsin, Marygrove College, and Trinity College. The largest portion of notebooks were used to teach Moral Theology classes at CUA and St. Paul. A smaller number of the notebooks were from political, economic, and social subject area courses that Ryan also taught, like industrial relations and birth control. The notebooks are arranged alphabetically initially by institution and span Ryan's entire teaching career, from 1902 to the early 1940s.
Box Folder
69 24 Catholic University of America, Catholic Teaching on International Peace, [c. 1920s-1930s]
  25 Catholic University of America, Moral Theology (Fundamentals), #1, [c. 1915-1930s]
Box Folder
70 1 Catholic University of America, Moral Theology (History), #2, [c. 1915-1930s]
  2 Catholic University of America, Moral Theology (De Legibos), #3, [c. 1915-1930s]
  3 Catholic University of America, Moral Theology (De Legibos, De Conscientia, Rerum Novarum) #4, [c. 1951-1930s]
  4 Catholic University of America, Moral Theology, #5a, 1926-1927
  5 Catholic University of America, Moral Theology (De Virtute Relijious) #5b, [c. 1915-1930s]
  6 Catholic University of America, Moral Theology (De Virtute Relijious), #5b (copy), [c. 1915-1930s]
  7 Catholic University of America, Moral Theology (De Virtute Relijious), #6, [c. 1915-1930s]
  8 Catholic University of America, Moral Theology, #7, [c. 1915-1930s]
  9 Catholic University of America, Moral Theology, #8, [c. 1915-1930s]
  10 Catholic University of America, Moral Theology, #9, [c. 1915-1930s]
Box Folder
71 1 Catholic University of America, Moral Theology, #10, [c. 1915-1930s]
  2 Catholic University of America, Moral Theology, #11, [c. 1905-1930s]
  3 Catholic University of America, Moral Theology, #12, [c. 1915-1930s]
  4 Catholic University of America, Moral Theology (student notes on seminar meetings), 1932-1937
  5 Catholic University of America, Political Science, 1915-1916
  6 Marygrove College, Some Problems of Social Reconstruction, 1929
  7 St. Paul’s Seminary, Moral Theology (General Ethics), #1, [c. 1902-1915]
Box Folder
72 1 St. Paul’s Seminary, Moral Theology #2, [c. 1902-1915]
  2 St. Paul’s Seminary, Moral Theology #3, [c. 1902-1915]
  3 St. Paul’s Seminary, Moral Theology, #4, [c. 1902-1915]
  4 St. Paul’s Seminary, Moral Theology, #5, [c. 1902-1915]
  5 Trinity College, Birth Control, Eugenics, and Sterilization, [c. 1943]
  6 Trinity College, Social Ethics, 1942
  7 Trinity College, The Organization of Labor, 1937-1938
  8 University of Wisconsin, A Better Economic Order (1 of 2), 1934
Box Folder
73 1 University of Wisconsin, A Better Economic Order (2 of 2), June-August 1934
  2 University of Wisconsin (?), Catholic Doctrine on Industrial Relations, [c. 1934]
                       
Series 6: Scrapbooks, 1892, 1906-1945 (7 boxes)
There are 13 scrapbooks in the Series 6, the Scrapbook Series. The contents of scrapbooks #5-#12 are primarily newspaper clippings that cover most of Ryan's public life, from reviews of his first book in 1906, to his death in 1945. The scrapbook clippings are often reviews of Ryan's books, comments on his public speeches, clippings documenting his activities, and obituaries. There are also about a dozen photos in the scrapbooks and occasionally ephemeral items like convention invitations or programs. Particular subjects of the scrapbook contents are often identified on the folder listing. For example, Scrapbook #5 pages 1-74 (box 73 folders 3-4) relate primarily to Prohibition. Scrapbooks #1-4 contain congratulatory correspondence related to Ryan's advancement to Monsignor in 1933. Copies of these will be found in the Correspondence Series, Correspondent by Subject Subseries (box 40, folder 19 to box 41-folder 10).
NOTE: Because of the fragile condition of the scrapbooks, copies are available for researchers. The arrangement of the copies is identical to the scrapbooks.
Box Folder
73 3 Scrapbook #5, pp. 1-36, prohibition (copies), 1929
  4 Scrapbook #5, pp 37-74, prohibition (copies), 1930
  5 Scrapbook #5, pp. 75-99, unemployment, poverty, relief (copies), 1930-1932
  6 Scrapbook #5, pp. 100-127, unemployment, poverty, relief (copies), 1932-1935
  7 Scrapbook #6, pp. 1-21, A Better Economic Order reviews (copies), 1935-1937
  8 Scrapbook #6, pp. 22-40, articles in response to Ryan speeches (copies), 1935-1936
  9 Scrapbook #6, pp. 41-60, articles in response to Ryan speeches (copies), 1936-1937
  10 Scrapbook #6, pp. 61-81, articles in response to Ryan speeches (copies), 1937
  11 Scrapbook #7, pp. 1-65, A Living Wage reviews (copies), 1906
  12 Scrapbook #7, pp. 67-87, A Living Wage reviews (copies), 1907-1920
  13 Scrapbook #8, pp. 1-25, articles on Ryan (copies), 1943-1944
  14 Scrapbook #8, pp. 26-42, 35-37, articles on Ryan (copies), 1944-1945
  15 Scrapbook #9, pp. 1-16, Declining Liberty, The Catholic Church and the Citizen, reviews (copies), 1927-1928
  16 Scrapbook #9, pp. 17-26, “Questions of the Day” review (copies), 1931-1932
  17 Scrapbook #9, pp. 27-61, articles on Ryan (copies), 1938-1939
  18 Scrapbook #9, pp. 62-105, articles on Ryan (copies), 1939-1940
  19 Scrapbook #9, pp. 106-110, Catholic Principles of Politics reviews (copies), 1940
  20 Scrapbook #9, pp. 111-151, articles on Ryan (copies), 1941-1943
  21 Scrapbook #10, pp. 1-29, Coughlin/Ryan controversy, articles on “Roosevelt Safeguards America” speech (copies), October-November 1936
Box Folder
74 1 Scrapbook #10, pp. 30-55, Coughlin/Ryan controversy, articles on “Roosevelt Safeguards America” speech (copies), October 1936
  2 Scrapbook #11, pp. 1-10, “Socialism: Promise or Menace,” article on Hillquit/Ryan debate (copies), 1914-1915
  3 Scrapbook #11, pp. 11-23, Distributive Justice reviews (copies), 1916-1917
  4 Scrapbook #11, pp. 24-38, The State and the Church, Social Reconstruction, reviews (copies), 1920-1922
  5 Scrapbook #11, pp. 39-45, “Socialism: Promise or Menace,” article on Hillguit/Ryan debate (copies), 1913-1915
  6 Scrapbook #12, Ryan obituaries (1 of 4), (copies), September-October 1945
  7 Scrapbook #12, Ryan obituaries (2 of 4), (copies), September 1945
  8 Scrapbook #12, Ryan obituaries (3 of 4), (copies), September 1945
  9 Scrapbook #12, Ryan obituaries (4 of 4), (copies), September-October 1945
  10 Scrapbook #13, pp. 1-19 (copies), 1890s
  11 Scrapbook #13, pp. 20-52 (copies), 1890s
Box Folder
75 OS Scrapbooks #1, 2, 3, 4 (copies in box 40 folder 19-box 41 folder 10), September 1933-May 1934
Box Folder
76 OS Scrapbooks #5, 6, 7, 8 (copies in box 73 folders 3-14), 1906-1945
Box Folder
77 OS Scrapbooks #9, 10, 11 (copies in box 73 folder 15-box 74 folder 5), 1913-1943
Box Folder
78 OS Scrapbooks #12, 13 (copies in box 74 folders 6-11), 1890s, 1945
Box Folder
79 OS Original materials copied and pulled from main body of the collection., n.d.
        Student Journal
        There are user copies of all the materials in this book in the main body of the collection. This box includes rare and fragile items, such as the original copy of Ryan's student journal from the 1890s.
                       
Series 7: Audiovisual, 1936, 1939 (1 box)
Series 7 is comprised of a small number of photos, primarily from the scrapbooks and audio recordings of John A. Ryan. Three of the recordings have been transferred to compact disc for patron use. They are "Roosevelt Safeguards America," (October 8, 1936), "Jewish War on Un-Americanisms," (March 3, 1939), and "John A. Ryan Testimonial Dinner," (May 25, 1939). The Ryan testimonial dinner includes brief talks by Supreme Court Justice Felix Frankfurter and Secretary of Labor Frances Perkins.
Box Folder
80 1 User CD copies of “John A. Ryan Testimonial Dinner” (May 25, 1939), “Roosevelt Safeguards America” (October 8, 1936), and ‘Jewish War on Un-Americanisms” (March 3, 1939), 1936, 1939
  2 Preservation copies of “John A. Ryan Testimonial Dinner” (May 25, 1939), “Roosevelt Safeguards America” (October 8, 1936), and “Jewish War on Un-Americanisms” (March 3, 1939), 1936, 1939
        Contains three CD copies of each of the speeches.
  3 Copy of print sheet of photos from the Ryan scrapbooks., n.d.
        The prints to these photos are in the Ryan scrapbooks (4 and 8) and negatives are in the contact print’negative books.
  4 Photos removed from the body of the Ryan Collection, n.d.
        There are xerox copies of these photos in the part of the collection where they were removed from.
  5 Original acetates of John A. Ryan speeches, n.d.
        See box for a complete list of speeches.

TABLE OF CONTENTS


Descriptive Summary

Biographical Note

Scope and Contents

Arrangement

Restrictions

Administrative Information

Related Material

Index Terms

Bibliography

Detailed Description of the Collection

Series 1: Correspondence, 1910, 1914-1915, 1925-1945

Series 2: Reference Files, 1900-1945

Series 3: Writing, Speeches, and Sermons, 1900-1945

Series 4: Journal, 1892-1898

Series 5: Teaching Notebooks, 1902-1942

Series 6: Scrapbooks, 1892, 1906-1945

Series 7: Audiovisual, 1936, 1939

Search the University Libraries' website