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United States Conference of Catholic Bishops Social Action Department

An inventory of the Records of the Social Action Department at The American Catholic History Research Center and University Archives


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Descriptive Summary

Repository: The Catholic University of America, The American Catholic History Research Center and University Archives
Creator: United States Conference of Catholic Bishops Department of Social Action
Title: The Records of the Department of Social Action
Dates: 1920(1920-1979)1993
Extent: 111 linear feet; 89 boxes
Abstract: One of the original departments of the National Catholic Welfare Council/Conference(NCWC), the Department of Social Action was established to promote the social thought of the Roman Catholic Church and to interpret, under the guidance of the bishops, applications of that thought to the complex social questions of the world.
Collection Number: ACUA 10
Language: English

Historical Note

The National Catholic Welfare Council (NCWC), officially defined as the annual meeting of the American hierarchy and its standing secretariat, was established by the bishops in 1919 as the successor to the War Council. The Administrative Committee was organized to conduct Council business between plenary meetings with headquarters established in Washington, DC, and a decision was made to rename the organization the National Catholic Welfare Conference. Following the Vatican II Council, the bishops reorganized the NCWC in 1966, transforming it into the National Conference of Catholic Bishops (NCCB) and its standing secretariat, the United States Catholic Conference (USCC). On July 1, 2001, the NCCB and the USCC were combined to form the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) consisting of the same staff continuing the work formerly done by the NCCB and the USCC.

One of the original departments of the National Catholic Welfare Council/Conference(NCWC), the Department of Social Action was established to promote the social thought of the Roman Catholic Church and to interpret, under the guidance of the bishops, applications of that thought to the complex social questions of the world. It operated primarily as a service department for Catholic lay organizations, the Catholic press, schools, religious, and laity. It also served as a clearinghouse for the dissemination of the most progressive thought in the field of social action. There was a special focus on industrial, international, and interracial relations as well as rural life, social work, and the study of communism. The principal tools in this effort were the papal encyclicals and statements of the American bishops on social and economic matters. Soon after its creation in 1919, the Social Action Department began to sponsor addresses and lectures, publish books and pamphlets, and conduct conferences and institutes.

John A. Lapp (1880-1961), who directed the short lived Chicago Office, 1920-1927, also directed a program in civic education that included the promotion of social surveys. Edwin V. O'Hara (1881-1956), later Bishop of Kansas City, was brought into the department in 1920 to head a Rural Life Bureau, and in 1923 he convened the meeting in which the National Catholic Rural Life Conference was born. Meanwhile, in 1922, the department founded the Catholic Conference on Industrial Problems (CCIP), which through its meetings influenced businessmen and industrialists, trade unionists, educators, and social workers; it was succeeded in 1958 by the National Catholic Social Action Conference, which assumed a broader scope. The prevalence of isolationist sentiment in America led the department in 1927 to create a secretariat for the Catholic Association for the International Peace (CAIP). A few years later, prompted by Pius XI's 1930 encyclical Casti Connubii, it established a Family Life Bureau.

The department's first three directors, Msgr. John Augustine Ryan, 1920-1945, Father Raymond Augustine McGowan, 1945-1954, and Msgr. George Gilmary Higgins, 1954-1967, were especially interested in industrial relations and did much to focus the attention of Catholic social action in this direction by both thoughts and deeds. In 1967, as part of the general re-organization of the National Catholic Welfare Conference, which changed its name to the National Conference of Catholic Bishops (NCCB)/United States Catholic Conference(USCC), the Social Action Department became the Department of Social Development. After 1970, what was left of the Catholic Association for International Peace was merged with the department and is currently known as the Department of Social Development and World Peace with two divisions, Domestic Development and International Justice and Peace.

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Scope and Contents

Series one consists of general departmental files, 1920-1959, which include reports, 1920-1950, budgets and financial records, 1937-1943, personnel files and inter-office memoranda, 1925-1943, statements by the department as well as the bishops, n.d., and files on publications and pamphlet orders and other papers. The next three series consist of records of of various bodies sponsored by the department. Series two is the National Catholic Social Action Conferences, 1938-1939, which were the largest and most important meetings to that time on Catholic social teaching and its application to American economic life. Series three entails the Inter American Seminars on Social Studies, 1942-1946, which, supported by the U.S. government, involved bringing together leaders in the social, economic, and labor relations fields from throughout the Western Hemisphere to meet for discussion. The programs were arranged for and conducted by the Social Action Department. The first seminar met in Washington in 1942 and then journeyed across the country. The war kept the seminar from meeting again until 1946 when it met in Havana. The success of these meetings prompted the formation of the Inter American Social Action Confederation; and the Inter American Catholic Social Action Confederation, 1948-1952. Series four contains the Inter American Catholic Social Action Confederation which was affiliated with the NCWC and worked with the Pan American Union and the United Nations to address international social and economic problems. Meetings of delegates were held in cities such as Rio de Janeiro, San Salvador, and Mexico City.

Series five has files relating to the department's efforts in the area of Intercredal Cooperation, 1937-1946. From the beginning, the department gave special emphasis to cooperation with other religious organizations working in the field of industrial relations, particularly the Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America and the Central Conference of American Rabbis. The corresponding social action groups of these bodies worked together at various times to further the cause of social justice, usually through the issuance of joint statements, but also through meetings and conferences. Series six has the files of assistant directors, Fathers John Hayes and George Higgins, 1942-1945, with Hayes an obscure figure who left due to ill health while Higgins would succeed Father McGowan as Director of the department in 1954 and would become a widely recognized and respected 'labor' priest, both for his wide range of writing and for extensive mediation efforts. Series seven consists of the files of assistant director John Cronin, 1951-1960, the author of several works applying the social principles to Catholic teaching and who was largely responsible for the department's activities in the study of communism and interracial relations. Series eight, Organization Files, 1930-1955, has correspondence and reference material, filed alphabetically, on organizations and topics of special interest in which the department was involved or whose activities it monitored. These include the Association of Catholic Trade Unionists (ACTU), CUA's Commission of American Citizenship, the Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO), the National Catholic Education Association (NCEA), and the United Nations (UN). Series nine, Special topics, 1925-1953, contains correspondence and reference material, filed alphabetically, which were of interest to the department such as Father Charles Coughlin, Industry Council Plan, Legislation, Living Wage, Mexico, Papal statements, Protestant labor activities, and Strikes.

Series ten consists of files, both professional and personal, of Father Raymond Augustine McGowan, 1920-1954, Assistant Director and Director, whose influence was evident in almost every sphere of activity in the department and researchers in any area of the department's wide ranging activities would benefit from a review of this material. McGowan (1892-1962), was assigned as a writer on social and economic matters to the National Catholic War Council in 1919 and was shortly thereafter appointed assistant director of the Social Action Department under Msgr. John Austine Ryan. He became director on Ryan's death in 1945, retiring in 1954. To promote an effective system of labor, management, and government cooperation in American economic problems, he founded the Catholic Conference on Industrial Problems (CCIP) and subsequently organized conferences on industrial problems throughout the country. In addition to CCIP, he founded the Catholic Association for International Peace (CAIP) and the American Catholic Social Action Confederation. His assignment in 1933 to the NCWC's Latin American Bureau occasioned extensive travel in Latin America, and his concern for the problems he encountered there gave impetus to his work for the improvement of inter American relations. In 1943 President Roosevelt appointed him to an advisory committee to study changes in the organic law of Puerto Rico. The decision was taken to retain the original organization of the correspondence files consisting of several alphabetical and often overlapping runs as follows: 1920(1928-1932)1932, 1929(1932-1933)1934, 1929(1934-1935)1936, 1932(1936-1937)1937 and 1938-1954. These records contain correspondence with individuals such as Patrick Henry Callahan and Francis Haas, organizations such as the American Federation of Labor (AFL) and the National Conference of Christians and Jews, and about topics such as radio's Catholic Hour and Latin America. In addition, there are copies of McGowan's articles, notes, reviews, and speeches, 1920-1952.

Father McGowan's files are followed by series eleven, the Field Secretary, 1920-1957, primarily records of Linna E. Bressette. Among many progressive activities, she conducted a social study of the plight of Mexican workers in the U.S., was involved in the organization of diocesan councils of Catholic women, conducted conferences on the Negro in Industry, organized priests' institutes on the encyclicals, served as consultant to the industrial and social action committees of the National Council of Catholic Women, and organized and directed the Institutes on Industry and Catholic summer schools for wage earning women. These records are divided as follows: personal, 1933-1951; financial, 1930-1957; general correspondence, 1920-1950; organizations and topics, 1922-1951; the Catholic Conference on Industrial Problems (see also later series of this name), 1923-1957; Institutes in Industry and Social Action Chairman, 1931-1951; Labor Schools (see also later series of this name), 1938-1949; Work with Priests (see also later series of this name), 1938-1949; interfaith conferences (see also earlier series on intercreedal cooperation), 1931-1940; Credit Unions, 1938-1949; Seminars for Spanish Speaking, 1920-1951; Encyclicals, 1931-1951; and publications and printed material, 1920-1929 and 1943-1953. Series twelve is the Catholic Conference on Industrial Problems (CCIP), 1922-1951, consisting of correspondence relating to the various meetings across America, 1922-1949, and similar material, including financial, of the Interracial Secretary, 1923-1951. Founded by the newly established Department of Social Action and promoted upon the initiative of Bressette,, the CCIP was conceived as an association to discuss and promote the study and understanding of industrial problems. At the first meeting in 1923, and at subsequent meetings, the conference's principal activity was to discuss but not vote on questions of industrial policy. Attendance was drawn primarily from representatives of labor, education, and social work; few employers participated although some, such as Patrick Henry Callahan, assumed an active role. The conference was an important means of disseminating Catholic social teachings but eventually it became evident that its interests were too limited to assimilate the widening types of Catholic social action. In 1957, the CCIP gave way to a successor organization of broader scope, the National Catholic Social Action Conference, for which the department also provided the secretariat, and records from this entity, both correspondence and reference material relating to their meetings, make up series thirteen, covering 1956-1957.

Series fourteen, consists of records, mostly correspondence and course material, relating to the department's work with labor schools, 1936-1946. Organized in an effort to give workers training in the principles of sound trade unionism based upon Christian principles, the department encouraged the growth of labor schools throughout the country. In these schools, consideration was given to such topics as ethics of labor, history of labor, the encyclicals, labor relations, trade union practices, economics, public speaking, and parliamentary law. Series fifteen, Work with Priests, 1937-1946, contains material relating to meetings and study clubs which reflects the department's work in encouraging priests to be active in the field of industrial relation. They were not just to run labor schools but also serve to spread Christian teaching as applied to social and economic questions. This was done most importantly through the founding of social action schools for the clergy beginning in 1937. The purpose of the schools was to study the encyclicals, investigate the facts of industrial and labor conditions, and to review the principles and methods of priests' participation in economic questions.

Series sixteen is the Catholic Association for International Peace (CAIP), 1926-1970, an organization of U.S. Catholics that sought to educate people about their obligations to world peace by the application of the principles of Christian teaching to international life. The CAIP was established and held its first meeting at The Catholic University of America during Easter Week, 1927. Its members included not only experts in the application of Catholic teachings on international order, but also others who were interested in learning and promoting those principles. The Social Action Department provided the secretariat and the CAIP's principal efforts were directed to meetings, with published proceedings, and to the publication of study committee statements and papers on special topics prepared by individual authors. The CAIP was abolished after 1967 and replaced by the International Justice and World Peace office. Records include correspondence and printed material organized as follows: Conference files, 1926-1949; Statements, 1927-1966; Publications, 1928-1967; and files of committee member and past president William V. O'Brien, 1949-1970. Additional CAIP records are on deposit at the Center for Migration Studies at Staten Island, New York.

Series seventeen is the Rural Life Bureau, 1930-1938, which was founded within the department in 1920 under Edwin O'Hara, later bishop of Kansas City. The bureau sought to use both natural and supernatural means to enrich the spiritual and material well being of rural people. O'Hara later founded the National Catholic Rural Life Conference which was based in the mid-west, first at St. Paul, Minnesota, then at Des Moines, Iowa. This conference, whose archives are housed at Marquette University, eventually made the NCWC Rural Life Bureau obsolete. Extant material includes financial records, correspondence, surveys, and publications. There is some Rural Life material mixed in with series eighteen, Family Life Bureau, 1929-1974. The latter was inspired by the 1930 papal encyclical Casti connubii and established in 1931 to coordinate the development of family programs and projects nationwide. Associated with the bureau were family life directors from archdioceses and dioceses across the country. Activities focused on meetings, field services, and publications regarding numerous aspects of marriage and parentage. Records consist primarily of correspondence divided into General Administration, 1929-1953 and the meetings of the Catholic Conference on Family Life, 1931-1953, as well as publications divided between those of the bureau, 1931-1974, and those by other organizations, 1933-1955. Additional records of the Family Life Bureau are on deposit at the Center for Migration Studies at Staten Island, New York (see also CAIP above), while those of the National Catholic Rural Life Conference are located at the Special Collections and Archives of Marquette University.

The next three series, numbers nineteen through twenty one, are Oversize, 1922-1957, 1970; Publications and Printed Material, 1920-1969; and Photographs, 1936-1952, n.d. The Oversize material, mostly legal sized or equivalent, consists of files and printed material relating to the Papal encyclicals, including translations, transcripts of the congressional testimony of Arthur Goldberg regarding the Taft-Hartly Act, CCIP meetings, and reports of the 1970 Committee on Society, Development and Peace. Some watercolor paintings were removed and some financial records listed previously are now missing. The Publications and Printed material contains numerous pamphlets, booklets, manuals, newsletters, and news releases regarding a wide variety of issues and events, largely social and economic. Subjects range from labor and communism in the 1930s to poverty and racial minorities in the 1960s, and much more. There is a mixture of material published by the department as well as other organizations. Of particular interest is The Yardstick, Catholic Tests of the Social Order, a regular news commentary originated by Father McGowan in the 1930s which continued until 2001 by his successor Msgr. George Higgins. The McGowan years, 1933-1944, are present here and duplicated in the Higgins Papers, which naturally contain the Higgins columns from 1944 to 2001. Another noted publication was the Social Action Notes for Priests, 1941-1968, available in part on microfilm and with both bound and loose issues. Finally, the Photographs have various items pulled from various series, including General Department Files, Inter American Seminars, and the Field Secretary. In some instances, an entire file was transferred to the photo series, in others a photograph was photocopied with the former, moved to the photo series, and the latter retained in the file of origin. In general the photographs present a mix of events and portraits of notable individuals.

The last series is an addendum of more recently arrived materials, mostly related to Latin America, ca. 1966-1980, 1991-1993.

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Arrangement

The Records of the Department of Social Action consists of 21 series:























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Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

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

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Administrative Information

Acquisition Information

Donated by the United States Catholic Conference in 1972, 1993, 2016, and 2017.

Processing Information

The SAD records were originally stored in forty odd transfer cases and were, for the most part, in considerable disorder. Some of this disorder may be traced back to the department's office filing practices; the files of the field secretary contain numerous letters complaining about lost letters and misplaced files. Disorder may have been furthered at the time of transfer to storage and during the course of a subsequent microfilming project. In any case, efforts have been made during the current processing effort to provide improved physical and intellectual access and preserve what order was evident in their original state.

Processing begun in 1989 by Antonio Gonzales, continued by Timothy McCook in 1991, and completed in September 2001 by William John Shepherd. Data Entry, 1999-2001, by Amy Agnew, Mary Beth Fraser, Michelle Hunsicker-Blair, Rebecca Hurley, Jennifer Jukes, Katherine Schmidt, and William John Shepherd. EAD markup completed in January 2006 by Jordan Patty. Revised in 2013-2017 by Mr. Shepherd.

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Related Material

The American Catholic History Research Center and University Archives:

George G. Higgins Papers

John A. Ryan Papers

Records of the United States Catholic Conference of Bishops

Other repositories:

Rural Life and Family Life records at the Center for Migration Studies in New York

National Catholic Rural Life Conference at the Special Collections and Archives of Marquette University

Catholic Association for International Peace (CAIP) at the Special Collections and Archives of Marquette University

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Index Terms

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


Subjects:
Catholic Church--Clergy
Catholic Church--Laity
Catholic Church--Relations--Jews
Catholic Church--Relations--Protestant Churches
Communism
Employee rights
Encyclicals, Papal
Equal Rights Amendments
Family
Hispanic Americans
Industrial relations--United States
International relations--Jews--Relations--Catholics
Labor disputes--United States
Labor laws and legislation--United States
Latin America
Mediation and conciliation--United States
New Deal, 1933-1945
Protestant Churches--Relations--Catholics
Puerto Rico
Race relations
Rural conditions
Social action
Trade Unions
United States--Economic conditions
United States--Race relations
United States--Rural conditions
Women--Education
Women--Employment


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Bibliography

Batdorf, Sylvia M. The Work of the Social Action Department of the National Catholic Welfare Conference in All Phases of Industrial Relations. CUA Masters thesis, 1933.

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

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

Cerny, Karl Hubert. Monsignor John A. Ryan and the Social Action Department: An Analysis of a Leading School of

Costello, Gerald. Without Fear or Favor: George Higgins on the Record. Mystic, Connecticut: Twenty-Third Publications,1984.

Curran, Charles. 'John A. Ryan,'American Catholic Social Ethics: Twentieth-Century Approaches. Notre Dame and London: University of Notre Dame Press, 1982, pp. 26-91.

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

Green, Thomas R. 'The Catholic Conference on Industrial Problems in Normalcy and Depression,' Catholic Historical Review.(77:3), 1991, pp. 437-469.

Higgins, George G. with William Bole. Organized Labor and the Church: Reflections of a Labor Priest.New York: Paulist Press,1993.

Higgins, George G. The Under Consumption Theory in the Writings of Msgr. John A. Ryan. CUA Masters thesis, 1942.

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

Lee, William James. The Working Industrial Relations of the Social Action Department of the National Catholic Welfare Conference, 1933-1945. CUA Masters thesis, 1946.

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

McGill, Theodora E. A Bio-Bibliography of Monsignor John A. Ryan. CUA: Masters thesis, 1952.

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

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O'Brien, John J. George G. Higgins and the Quest for Worker Justice: The Evolution of Catholic Social Thought in America. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc., 2004.

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Detailed Description of the Collection

                       
Series 1: General Department Files, 1920-1959 (4 Boxes)
Departmental reports, budgets and financial records, personnel files, inter-office memoranda, statements by the department as well as the bishops, files on publications and pamphlet orders.
Box Folder
1 1 Department History, 1942-1959
  2 Department History, 1949-1950 , n.d.
  3 Department History, n.d.
  4 Department History, n.d.
  5 Material in Social Action Files in Vault : Indexes and Lists, n.d.
  6 Anthracite Industry Survey, 1926
  7 Anthracite Industry Survey, 1926
  8 Anthracite Industry Survey, 1926
  9 Cooperative League of America: Correspondence, 12/1/1921-4/29/1922
  10 Cooperative League of America: Correspondence., 06/20/1922-02/20/1924
  11 Griffin, James A.: Correspondence, 05/04/1927-11/05/1927
  12 Law School Deans' Meeting, Chicago, 12/30/1926, 12/15/1926-12/27/1926
  13 Minimum Wage: Ohio Correspondence, 01/07/1920-02/14/1923
  14 National American Council: Correspondence, 06/13/1921-01/14/1922
  15 National American Council: Correspondence, 02/25/1922-05/04/1922
  16 National American Council: Correspondence, 05/04/1922-06/30/1923, n.d.
  17 National Civic Federation: Correspondence, 11/29/1920-11/03/1921
  18 National Civic Federation: Speeches and Press Clippings, 1920-1921
  19 Social Study Clubs: Correspondence, 06/18/1925-11/12/1929
  20 Social Study Clubs: Minutes, ca. 1925 -1926
  21 Social Study Clubs: Survey, 1922
  22 Social Study Clubs: Study Aids and Outlines, 1921-1922
  23 Social Study Clubs: Study Aids and Outlines, n.d.
  24 Special Committees: Economic Factors in International Relations, Seven Day Week, Etc.: Correspondence., 01/05/1923-03/09/1923
  25 Special Committees: Economic Factors in International Relations, Seven Day Week, Etc.: Correspondence., 03/19/1923-10/29/1923
  26 Special Committees: Economic Factors in International Relations, Seven Day Week, Etc.: Correspondence., 11/22/1923-04/22/1924
  27 Toronto Survey: Correspondence, 03/09/1921-02/07/1922
  28 Toronto Survey: Correspondence, 02/14/1922-06/30/1923, n.d.
  29 Toronto Survey, 1923
  30 Toronto Survey, 1923
  31 Winona Survey, ca 1922
  32 Winona Survey, ca. 1922
  33 Winona Survey, ca. 1922
  34 Winona Survey, ca. 1922
  35 Winona Survey, ca. 1922
  36 Departmental Reports, 1920
  37 Departmental Reports, 1921
  38 Departmental Reports, 1922
  39 Departmental Reports, 1923
  40 Departmental Reports, 1923
  41 Departmental Reports, 1924
  42 Departmental Reports, 1924
  43 Departmental Reports, 1925
  44 Departmental Reports, 1926, 1927, 1928
  45 Departmental Reports, 1930
  46 Departmental Reports, 1931
  47 Departmental Reports, 1932
  48 Departmental Reports, 1933
  49 Departmental Reports, 1934
  50 Departmental Reports, 1935
  51 Departmental Reports, 1936
  52 Departmental Reports, 1936
  53 Departmental Reports, 1937
  54 Departmental Reports, 1938
  55 Departmental Reports, 1938
  56 Departmental Reports, 1938
  57 Departmental Reports, 1939
  58 Departmental Reports, 1940
  59 Departmental Reports, 1940
  60 Departmental Reports, 1940
  61 Departmental Reports, 1940
  62 Departmental Reports, 1941, 1942, 1943, 1944
  63 Departmental Reports, 1945
  64 Departmental Reports, 1945
  65 Departmental Reports, 1945
  66 Departmental Reports, 1946
  67 Departmental Reports, 1947
  68 Departmental Reports, 1947
  69 Departmental Reports, 1947
  70 Departmental Reports, 1948
  71 Departmental Reports, 1948
  72 Departmental Reports, 1948
  73 Departmental Reports, 1948
  74 Departmental Reports, 1949
  75 Departmental Reports, 1949
  76 Departmental Reports, 1949
  77 Departmental Reports, 1949
  78 Departmental Reports, 1949
  79 Departmental Reports, 1950
  80 Departmental Reports, 1950
  81 Departmental Reports, 1950
  82 Departmental Reports, 1950
  83 Departmental Reports, 1950
  84 Department and Bureau Heads Meeting Minutes, 01/25/1929-03/15/1929
  85 Department and Bureau Heads Meeting Minutes, 03/22/1929-03/26/1931
Box Folder
2 1 Budget and Financial Statements, 1922-1924
  2 Budget and Financial Statements, 1925-1927
  3 Budget and Financial Statements, 1928-1930
  4 Budget and Financial Statements, 1931-1933
  5 Budget and Financial Statements, 1934-1936
  6 Budget and Financial Statements, 1937-1939
  7 Budget and Financial Statements, 1940
  8 Budget and Financial Statements, 1941-1942
  9 Budget and Financial Statements, 1943-1944
  10 Budget and Financial Statements, 1945-1947
  11 Budget and Financial Statements, 1954-1956
  12 Budget and Financial Statements: Checkbook, 1956
  13 Budget and Financial Statements: Ledger, 1954-1957
  14 Personnel Files: Bresette, Linna, 02/07/1951-06/29/1959, n.d.
  15 Personnel Files: Cronin, John F., 11/18/1944-12/29/1945, n.d.
  16 Personnel Files: Hayes, John M., 08/16/1939-05/31/1944
  17 Personnel Files: Higgins George Gilmary, 05/23/1944-10/20/1944
  18 Personnel Files: Kelly, Katherine, 02/12/1951-05/07/1951
  19 Personnel Files: McGowan, Raymond A., 05/23/1938-04/20/1951
  20 Personnel Files: McGowan, Raymond A., 04/22/1951-10/08/1951
  21 Personnel Files: McGowan, Raymond A.: Biographies, n.d.
  22 Personnel Files: Ryan, John Augustine, 02/18/1944-12/14/1951, n.d.
  23 Personnel Files: Ryan, John Augstine: Photograph (Photocopy), 1939
        Original moved Photo Series, Box 71, 8/99
  24 Memoranda, Etc.: General, 01/04/1937-08/24/1938
  25 Memoranda, Etc.: General, 08/24/1938-11/29/1938
  26 Memoranda, Etc.: General, 11/29/1938-02/20/1939
  27 Memoranda, Etc.: General, 03/15/1939-02/06/1942, n.d
  28 Memoranda, Etc.: Auditor's Office, 07/19/1926-03/05/1930
  29 Memoranda, Etc.: Auditor's Office, 03/29/1930-08/12/1931
  30 Memoranda, Etc.: Auditor's Office, 08/14/1931-12/29/1932
  31 Memoranda, Etc.: Auditor's Office, 012/30/1932-06/20/1933
  32 Memoranda, Etc.: Auditor's Office, 06/30/1933-12/20/1933, n.d.
  33 Memoranda, Etc.: Burke, John J., 08/06/1925-02/04/1928
  34 Memoranda, Etc.: Burke, John J., 02/06/1928-08/16/1928
  35 Memoranda, Etc.: Burke, John J., 08/22/1928-12/29/1928
  36 Memoranda, Etc.: Burke, John J., 01/02/1929-12/26/1929
  37 Memoranda, Etc.: Burke, John J., 01/16/1930-05/17/1930
  38 Memoranda, Etc.: Burke, John J., 05/21/1930-11/01/1930
  39 Memoranda, Etc.: Burke, John J., 11/11/1930-01/08/1931
  40 Memoranda, Etc.: Burke, John J., 01/19/1931-07/22/1931
  41 Memoranda, Etc.: Burke, John J., 09/02/1931-12/31/1931
  42 Memoranda, Etc.: Burke, John J., 01/08/1932-12/29/1932
  43 Memoranda, Etc.: Burke, John J., 01/05/1933-12/14/1933
  44 Memoranda, Etc.: Burke, John J.: Obituaries, 11/1936
  45 Memoranda, Etc.: Burke, John J. Obituaries, 11/1936
  46 Memoranda, Etc.: Burke, John J. Obituaries, 11/1936
  47 Memoranda, Etc.: Burke, John J. Obituaries, 11/1936
  48 Memoranda, Etc.: Burke, John J. et al., 09/20/1934-07/13/1936
  49 Memoranda, Etc.: Burke, John J. et al., 07/16/1936-02/17/1937
  50 Memoranda, Etc.: Burke, John J. et al., 02/18/1937-04/30/1937
  51 Memoranda, Etc.: Burke, John J. et al., 05/16/1938-08/06/1938
  52 Memoranda, Etc.: Caravati, Henry J., 02/21/1933-10/05/1933
  53 Memoranda, Etc.: Carroll, Howard, 06/22/1938-02/12/1940
  54 Memoranda, Etc.: Carroll, Howard, 04/20/1940-11/02/1943
  55 Memoranda, Etc.: Education Department, 07/27/1925-05/15/1937, n.d.
  56 Memoranda, Etc.: Education Department, 1930-1932
  57 Memoranda, Etc.: Paula, Frank, 04/23/1931-12/09/1931
  58 Memoranda, Etc.: Gannon, W.E., Business Office, 10/07/1925-08/20/1930
  59 Memoranda, Etc.: Gannon, W.E., Business Office, 08/26/1930-10/19/1933, n.d.
  60 Memoranda, Etc.: Hall, Frank, 11/28/1928-12/11/1933
  61 Memoranda, Etc.: Historical Records Bureau, 06/1930-11/09/1933
  62 Memoranda, Etc.: Immigration Bureau, 06/07/1937-09/15/1937
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3 1 Memoranda, Etc.: Legal Department, 08/22/1928-01/16/1933
  2 Memoranda, Etc.: Legal Department, 04/05/1933-06/12/1933
  3 Memoranda, Etc.: Legal Department, 06/12/1933-10/21/1942, n.d.
  4 Memoranda, Etc.: Library, 10/29/1925-08/31/1933
  5 Memoranda, Etc.: Education Department: Lischka, Charles,, 09/24/1930-08/18/1932
  6 Memoranda, Etc.: Immigration Bureau: Mohler, Bruce,, 07/13/1926-08/29/1932
  7 Memoranda, Etc.: Mooney, Vincent, 04/18/1940-02/27/1941
  8 Memoranda, Etc.: NCWC Bulletin: McMahon, Charles, 10/21/1930-01/07/1932
  9 Memoranda, Etc.: NCWC Bulletin: McMahon, Charles, 01/07/1932-09/20/1932
  10 Memoranda, Etc.: NCWC Bulletin: McMahon, Charles, 11/12/1932-01/19/1940, n.d.
  11 Memoranda, Etc.: National Council of Catholic Men (NCCM), ca. 1921-03/20/1930
  12 Memoranda, Etc.: National Council of Catholic Men (NCCM), 03/22/1930-03/31/1931
  13 Memoranda, Etc.: National Council of Catholic Men (NCCM), 04/17/1931-09/24/1931
  14 Memoranda, Etc.: National Council of Catholic Men (NCCM), 11/04/1931-11/22/1932
  15 Memoranda, Etc.: National Council of Catholic Men (NCCM), 12/12/1933-11/10/1943, n.d.
  16 Memoranda, Etc.: National Council of Catholic Women (NCCW), 05/05/1937-09/23/1943
  17 Memoranda, Etc.: News Service: Press Releases, 03/1933-05/1933
  18 Memoranda, Etc.: News Service: Press Releases, 06/1933-08/1933
  19 Memoranda, Etc.: News Service: Press Releases, 09/1933-10/1933
  20 Memoranda, Etc.: News Service: Press Releases, 11/1933-12/1933
  21 Memoranda, Etc.: News Service: Foreign Clippings, 11/1933
  22 Memoranda, Etc.: Ready, Michael, 05/22/1939-04/01/1941
  23 Memoranda, Etc.: Ready, Michael, 04/19/1941-02/02/1942
  24 Memoranda, Etc.: Ready, Michael, 04/10/1942-04/14/1943
  25 Memoranda, Etc.: Ready, Michael, 05/07/1943-11/02/1943, n.d.
  26 Memoranda, Etc.: Ryan, John A., 01/29/1943, n.d.
  27 Memoranda, Etc.: Schaefer, Catherine, 08/13/1937-02/11/1943
  28 Memoranda, Etc.: Schmiedeler, Edgar, 03/28/1940-11/15/1943
  29 Memoranda, Etc.: Study Clubs, 11/22/1937-09/28/1939, n.d.
  30 Memoranda, Etc.: Tanner, Paul, 04/10/1941-05/21/1943
  31 Public Statements: General, 1945-1947
  32 Public Statements: General, 1947-1949
  33 Public Statements: General, 1949-1951
  34 Public Statements: General, n.d.
  35 Public Statements: Labor Day, 09/07/1953
  36 Public Statements: Labor Day: Notes (Handwritten), 1953
  37 Public Statements: Labor Day: Press Releases, 1953
  38 Public Statements: Labor Day: Newspaper Clippings, 1953
  39 Public Statements: Bishops, 1920-1931
  40 Public Statements: Bishops, 1932-1934
  41 Public Statements: Bishops, 1935-1937
  42 Public Statements: Bishops, 1939-1947
  43 Public Statements: Bishops, 1948-1951, n.d.
  44 Public Statements: Bishops: World Federal Government, 04/06/1951
  45 Publications Files: Bible and Labor: Correspondence, 04/23/1934-02/16/1935
  46 Publications Files: Code of Social Justice: Correspondence, 02/09/1940-10/04/1941
  47 Publications Files: Code of Social Justice: Drafts, 07/1940
  48 Publications Files: Code of Social Justice: Drafts, 08/1940
  49 Publications Files: Code of Social Justice: Drafts, 09/1941, n.d.
  50 Publications Files: Code of Social Justice: Drafts, n.d.
  51 Publications Files: Code of Social Justice: Drafts, n.d.
  52 Publications Files: Code of Social Justice: Drafts, n.d.
  53 Publications Files: Code of Social Justice: Drafts, n.d.
  54 Publications Files: Code of Social Justice: Drafts, n.d.
  55 Publications Files: Code of Social Justice: Drafts, n.d.
  56 Publications Files: Code of Social Justice: Drafts, n.d.
  57 Publications Files: Code of Social Justice: Drafts, n.d.
  58 Publications Files: Code of Social Justice: Drafts, n.d.
  59 Publications Files: Code of Social Justice: Drafts, n.d.
  60 Publications Files: McMillan Statements, 1921-1951
  61 Publications Files: Who's Who Questionnaires (A-F), 1949
  62 Publications Files: Who's Who Questionnaires (G-M), 1949
  63 Publications Files: Who's Who Questionnaires (M-S), 1949
  64 Publications Files: Who's Who Questionnaires (T-Y), 1949
  65 Pamphlet Orders, 01/1932-02/1932
  66 Pamphlet Orders, 03/1932-06/1932
  67 Pamphlet Orders, 07/1932-12/1932
  68 Pamphlet Orders, 01/1933-03/1933
  69 Pamphlet Orders, 04/1933-06/1933
  70 Pamphlet Orders, 07/1933-10/1933
  71 Pamphlet Orders, 11/1933-01/1934, n.d.
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4 1 Other Papers: Social Action Committees Correspondence, 05/23/1938-08/24/1938
  2 Other Papers: Program Outlines, Ca. 1936-1941
  3 Other Papers: Article and Pamphlet Texts, n.d.
                       
Series 2: Records relating to the National Catholic Social Action Conferences, 1938-1939 (1 Box)
Files relating to the setting up of important meetings in cities such as Milwaukee and Cleveland on Catholic social teaching and its application to American economic life.
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4 4 Milwaukee, Wi., 05/01/1938-05/04/1938: Arrangements Correspondence, 02/16/1938-04/27/1938, n.d.
  5 Milwaukee, Wi., 05/01/1938-05/04/1938: Planning Outline, 1938
  6 Milwaukee, Wi., 05/01/1938-05/04/1938: Meeting Outlines, 1938
  7 Milwaukee, Wi., 05/01/1938-05/04/1938: Sectional Meetings-Outline and Reports, 1938
  8 Milwaukee, Wi., 05/01/1938-05/04/1938: Budget Papers, 1938
  9 Milwaukee, Wi., 05/01/1938-05/04/1938: Registration Lists, 1938
  10 Milwaukee, Wi., 05/01/1938-05/04/1938: Programs, 1938
  11 Milwaukee, Wi., 05/01/1938-05/04/1938: Press Releases, 05/1938
  12 Milwaukee, Wi., 05/01/1938-05/04/1938: Scrapbook, 1938
  13 Cleveland, Oh, 06/12/1939-06/14/1939: Correspondence, 12/02/1938-05/27/1939
  14 Cleveland, Oh, 06/12/1939-06/14/1939: Correspondence, 05/30/1939-07/14/1939
  15 Cleveland, Oh, 06/12/1939-06/14/1939: Planning Memoranda and Outlines, 1938-1939
  16 Cleveland, Oh, 06/12/1939-06/14/1939: Form Letters, 1939
  17 Cleveland, Oh, 06/12/1939-06/14/1939: Invitations and Lists, 1939
  18 Cleveland, Oh, 06/12/1939-06/14/1939: Sectional Meetings: Outlines, Memoranda, and Agenda, 1939
  19 Cleveland, Oh, 06/12/1939-06/14/1939: Sectional Meetings: Outlines, Memoranda, and Agenda, 1939
  20 Cleveland, Oh, 06/12/1939-06/14/1939: Sectional Meetings: Issue Summaries, 1939
  21 Cleveland, Oh, 06/12/1939-06/14/1939: Program, 1939
  22 Cleveland, Oh, 06/12/1939-06/14/1939: Conference Schedule, 1939
  23 Cleveland, Oh, 06/12/1939-06/14/1939: Registration Lists, 1939
  24 Cleveland, Oh, 06/12/1939-06/14/1939: Text of Radio Broadcast, 06/06/1939
  25 Cleveland, Oh, 06/12/1939-06/14/1939: Conference Releases, 06/1939
  26 Cleveland, Oh, 06/12/1939-06/14/1939: Press Releases, 02/1939-05/1939
  27 Cleveland, Oh, 06/12/1939-06/14/1939: Press Releases, 05/1939-06/1939
  28 Cleveland, Oh, 06/12/1939-06/14/1939: Press Releases, 06/1939
  29 Cleveland, Oh, 06/12/1939-06/14/1939: Press Releases, 06/1939
  30 Cleveland, Oh, 06/12/1939-06/14/1939: Press Releases, 06/1939
  31 Cleveland, Oh, 06/12/1939-06/14/1939: Press Releases, 06/1939
  32 Cleveland, Oh, 06/12/1939-06/14/1939: Press Releases: Drafts, 06/1939
  33 Cleveland, Oh, 06/12/1939-06/14/1939: Newspaper Clippings, 05/1939-06/1939, n.d.
  34 Cleveland, Oh, 06/12/1939-06/14/1939: Speeches and Reports, 1939
  35 Cleveland, Oh, 06/12/1939-06/14/1939: Speeches and Reports, 1939
  36 Cleveland, Oh, 06/12/1939-06/14/1939: Speeches and Reports, 1939
  37 Cleveland, Oh, 06/12/1939-06/14/1939: Speeches and Reports, 1939
  38 Cleveland, Oh, 06/12/1939-06/14/1939: Promotional Leaflets, 1939
  39 Cleveland, Oh, 06/12/1939-06/14/1939: Delegate Information Packet, 1939
  39a Conference Proceedings, 1938-1939
                       
Series 3: Records relating to Inter-American Seminars on Social Studies, 1942-1946 (2 Boxes)
Files relating to the organization of these seminars which brought together leaders in the social, economic, and labor relations fields from throughout the Western Hemisphere. The first seminar met in Washington in 1942 and the last in Havana in 1946. The success of these meetings prompted the formation of the Inter American Social Action Confederation.
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4 40 1942 Seminar-Washington, DC: Correspondence, 04/14/1942-07/09/1942
  41 1942 Seminar-Washington, DC: Correspondence, 07/10/1942-07/22/1942
  42 1942 Seminar-Washington, DC: Correspondence, 07/23/1942-08/05/1942
  43 1942 Seminar-Washington, DC: Correspondence, 08/06/1942-08/19/1942
  44 1942 Seminar-Washington, DC: Correspondence, 08/20/1942-11/06/1942, n.d.
  45 1942 Seminar-Washington, DC: Washington Correspondence, 07/21/1942-08/13/1942
  46 1942 Seminar-Washington, DC: Washington Correspondence, 08/13/1942-08/20/1942
  47 1942 Seminar-Washington, DC: Washington Correspondence, 08/21/1942-12/14/1942
  48 1942 Seminar-Washington, DC: Budget Correspondence, 06/13/1942-03/01/1943, n.d.
  49 1942 Seminar-Washington, DC: Invitation Lists: United States, 1942
  50 1942 Seminar-Washington, DC: Invitation Lists: United States, 1942
  51 1942 Seminar-Washington, DC: Invitation Lists: Latin America, 1942
  52 1942 Seminar-Washington, DC: Letters of Invitation, 06/12/1942-07/07/1942
  53 1942 Seminar-Washington, DC: Invitation Acceptance Correspondence: United States, 05/11/1942-07/20/1942
  54 1942 Seminar-Washington, DC: Invitation Acceptance Correspondence: United States, 07/21/1942-09/04/1942
  55 1942 Seminar-Washington, DC: Invitation Acceptance Correspondence: Latin America, 06/29/1942-07/08/1942
  56 1942 Seminar-Washington, DC: Invitation Acceptance Correspondence: Latin America, 07/09/1942-07/17/1942
  57 1942 Seminar-Washington, DC: Invitation Acceptance Correspondence: Latin America, 07/18/1942-08/05/1942
  58 1942 Seminar-Washington, DC: Invitation Acceptance Correspondence: Latin America, 08/06/1942-08/19/1942
  59 1942 Seminar-Washington, DC: Invitation Acceptance Correspondence: Latin America, 08/20/1942-10/03/1942, n.d.
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5 1 1942 Seminar-Washington, DC: Attendee Lists, 1942
  2 1942 Seminar-Washington, DC: Who's Who: Bios. and C.V.s, 1942
  3 1942 Seminar-Washington, DC: Photographs (Photocopies), 1942
        Originals moved to Photo Series, Box 71, 8/99
  4 1942 Seminar-Washington, DC: Arrangements Correspondence, 06/20/1942-06/30/1942, n.d.
  5 1942 Seminar-Washington, DC: Seminar Outlines, 1942
  6 1942 Seminar-Washington, DC: Seminar Outlines, 1942
  7 1942 Seminar-Washington, DC: Seminar Outlines, 1942
  8 1942 Seminar-Washington, DC: Seminar Outlines, 1942
  9 1942 Seminar-Washington, DC: Tour Correspondence: Notre Dame, 07/03/1942-09/25/1942
  10 1942 Seminar-Washington, DC: Tour Correspondence: Chicago, 07/09/1942-08/11/1942
  11 1942 Seminar-Washington, DC: Tour Correspondence: Chicago, 08/12/1942-09/25/1942, n.d.
  12 1942 Seminar-Washington, DC: Tour Correspondence: Detroit, 07/03/1942-09/25/1942
  13 1942 Seminar-Washington, DC: Tour Correspondence: Buffalo, 07/03/1942-09/25/1942, n.d.
  14 1942 Seminar-Washington, DC: Tour Correspondence: New York, 07/21/1942-08/13/1942
  15 1942 Seminar-Washington, DC: Tour Correspondence: New York, 08/14/1942-09/08/1942
  16 1942 Seminar-Washington, DC: Tour Correspondence: New York, 09/09/1942-09/25/1942, n.d.
  17 1942 Seminar-Washington, DC: Requests for Printed Matter Distributed to Attendees: Correspondence, 07/03/1942-07/21/1942
  18 1942 Seminar-Washington, DC: Requests for Printed Matter Distributed to Attendees: Correspondence, 07/22/1942-08/12/1942
  19 1942 Seminar-Washington, DC: Requests for Printed Matter Distributed to Attendees: Correspondence, 08/14/1942-09/09/1942, n.d.
  20 1942 Seminar-Washington, DC: Requests for Printed Matter Distributed to Attendees: Correspondence, 1942
  21 1942 Seminar-Washington, DC: Requests for Printed Matter Distributed to Attendees: Correspondence, 1942
  22 1942 Seminar-Washington, DC: Requests for Printed Matter Distributed to Attendees: Correspondence, 1942
  23 1942 Seminar-Washington, DC: Requests for Printed Matter Distributed to Attendees: Collected Printed Matter, 1942
  24 1942 Seminar-Washington, DC: Speeches and Reports, 1942
  25 1942 Seminar-Washington, DC: Media Correspondence, 07/24/1942-10/02/1942, n.d.
  26 1942 Seminar-Washington, DC: Press Releases and Printed Matter, 1942
  27 1942 Seminar-Washington, DC: Clippings Correspondence, 09/18/1942-10/01/1942
  28 1942 Seminar-Washington, DC: Report Committee Correspondence, 07/30/1942-08/09/1942, n.d.
  29 1942 Seminar-Washington, DC: Final Report, 1942
  30 1942 Seminar-Washington, DC: Final Summary Memoranda, 1942
  31 1942 Seminar-Washington, DC: Follow-up Correspondence, 09/26/1942-06/03/1945, n.d.
  32 1942 Seminar-Washington, DC: Latin American Newsletters, 1943
  33 1946 Seminar--Havana, Cuba: Correspondence, 10/20/1944-12/06/1945
  34 1946 Seminar--Havana, Cuba: Correspondence, 12/07/1945-12/29/1945
  35 1946 Seminar--Havana, Cuba: Correspondence, 01/03/1946-06/14/1946, n.d.
  36 1946 Seminar--Havana, Cuba: Pattee, Richard Correspondence, 12/28/1944-08/29/1945
  37 1946 Seminar--Havana, Cuba: Pattee, Richard Correspondence, 10/09/1945-12/03/1945
  38 1946 Seminar--Havana, Cuba: Pattee, Richard Correspondence, 12/04/1945-02/05/1946, n.d.
  39 1946 Seminar--Havana, Cuba: Arrangements Correspondence, 04/20/1945-08/13/1945
  40 1946 Seminar--Havana, Cuba: Arrangements Correspondence, 10/03/1945-12/13/1945, n.d.
  41 1946 Seminar--Havana, Cuba: 1942 Attendees Correspondence, 09/06/1945-11/16/1945, n.d.
  42 1946 Seminar--Havana, Cuba: Invitations Correspondence, 10/09/1945-12/13/1945, n.d.
  43 1946 Seminar--Havana, Cuba: Invitations Lists, 1945-1946
  44 1946 Seminar--Havana, Cuba: Acceptance Correspondence, 09/17/1945-12/12/1945, n.d.
  45 1946 Seminar--Havana, Cuba: Observers Correspondence, 10/19/1945-12/12/1945
  46 1946 Seminar--Havana, Cuba: Agenda, 1945
  47 1946 Seminar--Havana, Cuba: Biographies of U.S. Delegates, 1945
  48 1946 Seminar--Havana, Cuba: Seminar Reports and Speeches, 1946
  49 1946 Seminar--Havana, Cuba: Seminar Notes, 1945-1946
  50 1946 Seminar--Havana, Cuba: Press Releases and Printed Matter, 09/1945-02/1946, n.d.
  51 1946 Seminar--Havana, Cuba: Final Declaration: Spanish Translation, 1946
  52 1946 Seminar--Havana, Cuba: Final Declaration: English Translation, 1946
  53 1946 Seminar--Havana, Cuba: Final Reports, 1946
  54 1946 Seminar--Havana, Cuba: Budget Reports, 1946
  55 1946 Seminar--Havana, Cuba: Bank Statements, 10/22/1944-06/05/1947
  56 1946 Seminar--Havana, Cuba: Photographs (Photocopies), 1945-1946
        Originals moved to Photo Series, Box 71, 8/99
                       
Series 4: Records relating to the Inter American Catholic Social Action Confederation, 1945-1952 (2 Boxes)
Files relating to the meetings of delegates held in cities such as Rio de Janeiro and Mexico City for this successor to the Inter American Seminars and affiliated with the NCWC. It worked with organizations such as the Pan American Union and the United Nations to address international social and economic problems.
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5 57 General Files: Correspondence, 1947-1951, n.d.
  58 General Files: Correspondence, 06/25/1948-08/11/1949
  59 General Files: Correspondence, 08/17/1949-10/04/1950
  60 General Files: Correspondence, 10/13/1950-03/25/1953, n.d.
  61 General Files: Pattee, Richard Correspondence, 08/04/1947-12/30/1949
  62 General Files: Organization Constitutions, n.d.
  63 General Files: Constitution Ratification Lists, 1947-1948, n.d.
  64 General Files: Printed Matter, 1946-1949
  65 General Files: Secretariat Newsletter, 1950-1951
  66 General Files: Bank Statements, 09/1949-09/1951
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6 1 General Files: Newspaper Clippings, 08/07/1948-08/22/1948
  2 General Files: Newspaper Clippings, 08/23/1948-08/26/1948
  3 General Files: Newspaper Clippings, 08/07/1948-08/28/1948
  4 General Files: Newspaper Clippings, 08/29/1948-09/01/1948
  5 General Files: Photographs (Photocopies), n.d.
        Originals moved to Photo Series, Box 71, 8/99
  6 General Files: Photographs (Photocopies), n.d.
        Originals moved to Photo Series, Box 71, 8/99
  7 Inter-American Correspondence: Argentina, 01/04/1945-08/20/1948
  8 Inter-American Correspondence: Bahamas, 10/27/1947-11/25/1947
  9 Inter-American Correspondence: Bolivia, 07/02/1947, n.d.
  10 Inter-American Correspondence: Brazil, 04/071945-12/30/1948, n.d.
  11 Inter-American Correspondence: British Guiana, 10/01/1947-08/16/1948
  12 Inter-American Correspondence: British Honduras, 06/04/1946-06/19/1947
  13 Inter-American Correspondence: Canada, 02/06/1946-03/14/1951
  14 Inter-American Correspondence: Caribbean Confederation, 02/20/1947-07/06/1948, n.d.
  15 Inter-American Correspondence: Chile, 03/05/1945-06/28/1948
  16 Inter-American Correspondence: Columbia, 11/23/1945-09/17/1948, n.d.
  17 Inter-American Correspondence: Costa Rica, 03/31/1946-06/03/1948
  18 Inter-American Correspondence: Cuba, 01/17/1945-02/12/1948
  19 Inter-American Correspondence: Curacao, 12/15/1945-06/30/1948
  20 Inter-American Correspondence: Dominican Republic, 01/08/1945-05/29/1950, n.d.
  21 Inter-American Correspondence: Dutch Guiana, 04/06/1947-07/01/1948
  22 Inter-American Correspondence: Ecuador, 01/26/1948-06/21/1948
  23 Inter-American Correspondence: El Salvador, 03/22/1945-08/20/1948
  24 Inter-American Correspondence: Guadeloupe, 03/16/1945-05/03/1948
  25 Inter-American Correspondence: Guatemala, 02/22/1946-06/28/1948
  26 Inter-American Correspondence: Haiti, 07/06/1945-07/13/1948, n.d.
  27 Inter-American Correspondence: Honduras, 07/24/1945-06/03/1948
  28 Inter-American Correspondence: Jamaica, 02/17/1946-10/27/1947
  29 Inter-American Correspondence: Mexico, 02/02/1945-08/09/1948
  30 Inter-American Correspondence: Nicaragua, 10/27/1947-08/03/1948
  31 Inter-American Correspondence: Paraguay, 10/27/1947-07/25/1948
  32 Inter-American Correspondence: Peru, 01/22/1948-06/03/1948
  33 Inter-American Correspondence: Philippines, 12/12/1949
  34 Inter-American Correspondence: Trinidad, 07/24/1946-04/06/1951, n.d.
  35 Inter-American Correspondence: Uruguay, 08/14/1948-08/20/1948, n.d.
  36 Inter-American Correspondence: Venezuela, 09/25/1945-01/25/1949
  37 Meeting Files: Rio de Janeiro: Correspondence, 12/12/1947-04/07/1948
  38 Meeting Files: Rio de Janeiro: Correspondence, 04/12/1948-07/01/1948
  39 Meeting Files: Rio de Janeiro: Correspondence, 07/02/1948-07/22/1948
  40 Meeting Files: Rio de Janeiro: Correspondence, 07/23/1948-10/11/1948, n.d.
  41 Meeting Files: Rio de Janeiro: McGowan, R.A. Handwritten Notes, 1948
  42 Meeting Files: Rio de Janeiro: Schedules, 1948
  43 Meeting Files: Rio de Janeiro: Reports, 1948
  44 Meeting Files: Rio de Janeiro: Reports, 1948
  45 Meeting Files: Rio de Janeiro: Speeches, 1948
  46 Meeting Files: Rio de Janeiro: Press Releases, 01/1948-09/1948, n.d.
  47 Meeting Files: Rio de Janeiro: Newspaper Clippings, 06/1948-09/1948, n.d.
  48 Meeting Files: Rio de Janeiro: Printed Matter, 1948
  49 Meeting Files: San Salvador: Correspondence, 09/18/1950-11/09/1950
  50 Meeting Files: San Salvador: Correspondence, 11/11/1950-12/12/1950, n.d.
  51 Meeting Files: San Salvador: Preliminary Report on the Second Regional Seminar on Social Affairs, 1950
  52 Meeting Files: San Salvador: Program Booklets: Education, 1950
  53 Meeting Files: San Salvador: Program Booklets: Cooperatives, 1950
  54 Meeting Files: San Salvador: Program Booklets: City Planning, 1950
  55 Meeting Files: San Salvador: Program Booklets: Social Work, 1950
  56 Meeting Files: San Salvador: Printed Matter (General), 1950
  57 Meeting Files: Porto Allegro: Correspondence, 01/15/1951-03/28/1951, n.d.
  58 Meeting Files: Porto Allegro: Preliminary Report on the Third Regional Seminar on Social Affairs, 1951
  59 Meeting Files: Porto Allegro: Program Booklets: Education, 1951
  60 Meeting Files: Porto Allegro: Program Booklets: Cooperatives, 1951
  61 Meeting Files: Porto Allegro: Program Booklets: City Planning, 1951
  62 Meeting Files: Porto Allegro: Program Booklets: Social Work, 1951
  63 Meeting Files: Mexico City: Correspondence, 10/30/1951-01/30/1952
                       
Series 5: Records relating to Intercredal Affairs, 1937-1946 (2 Boxes)
Files relating to the meetings and conferences as well as the joint public statements of the social action groups of the NCWC, the Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America and the Central Conference of American Rabbis who cooperated in ecumenical efforts to further the causes of social and economic justice.
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6 64 General Files: Report on Cooperation of Catholics with Other Groups, 1943
  65 General Files: Intercredal Cooperation Correspondence, 02/24/1943-10/10/1943, n.d.
  66 General Files: Green/Lewis Correspondence (AFL-CIO Amalgamation), 02/06/1940-11/30/1939, n.d.
  67 Meeting Files: Labor Day 1938 Correspondence, 06/14/1938-09/29/1938, n.d.
  68 Meeting Files: Interfaith Meeting: Correspondence, 08/05/1938-11/13/1938
  69 Meeting Files: Interfaith Meeting: Correspondence, 11/19/1938-12/04/1938
  70 Meeting Files: Interfaith Meeting: Correspondence, 12/05/1938-01/05/1939
  71 Meeting Files: Interfaith Meeting: Correspondence, 01/06/1938-05/13/1939, n.d.
  72 Meeting Files: Interfaith Meeting: Programs/Schedules, 1938
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7 1 Meeting Files: Interfaith Meeting: Confidential Reports, 1938
  2 Meeting Files: Interfaith Meeting: Final Public Statement, 1938
  3 Meeting Files: Interfaith Meeting: Report and Speeches, 1938
  3a Meeting Files: Interfaith Meeting: Report and Speeches, 1938
  4 Meeting Files: Unemployment Conference Reports, 1940
  5 Meeting Files: Interfaith Meetings, 1941-1942: Correspondence, 05/23/1941-12/04/1941
  6 Meeting Files: Interfaith Meetings, 1941-1942: Correspondence, 12/26/1941-04/24/1932, n.d.
  7 Meeting Files: Interfaith Meetings, 1941-1942: Press Releases, 06/1942
  8 Meeting Files: Interfaith Meetings, 1942-1945: Correspondence, 11/19/1942-12/03/1945
  9 Meeting Files: Interfaith Economic Meeting (1946): Correspondence, 12/17/1945-02/15/1946
  10 Meeting Files: Interfaith Economic Meeting (1946): Correspondence, 04/02/1946-06/26/1946, n.d.
  11 Meeting Files: Interfaith Economic Meeting (1946): Reply Cards, 1946
  12 Meeting Files: Interfaith Meeting (1946-1948): Correspondence, 06/23/1946-03/19/1948
  13 Joint Public Statements: General Public Statements: Press Releases and Printed Matter, 1921-1935
  14 Joint Public Statements: General Public Statements: Press Releases and Printed Matter, 1937-1946
  15 Joint Public Statements: "Democracy in Defense Industries": Correspondence, 12/13/1940-03/03/1941
  16 Joint Public Statements: "Peace Statement", 1943: Correspondence, 01/06/1943-09/02/1943
  17 Joint Public Statements: "Peace Statement", 1943: Correspondence, 09/07/1943-09/23/1943
  18 Joint Public Statements: "Peace Statement", 1943: Correspondence, 09/24/1943
  19 Joint Public Statements: "Peace Statement", 1943: Correspondence, 09/24/1943-10/01/1943
  20 Joint Public Statements: "Peace Statement", 1943: Correspondence, 10/01/1943-02/25/1944
  21 Joint Public Statements: "Peace Statement", 1943: Correspondence, 04/03/1944-05/30/1944, n.d.
  22 Joint Public Statements: "Peace Statement", 1943: Statement Chart, 1943
  23 Joint Public Statements: "Peace Statement", 1943: Press Releases, 10/1943-01/1944, n.d.
  24 Joint Public Statements: "Peace Statement", 1943: Signatory Lists, 1943
  25 Joint Public Statements: "Peace Statement", 1943: Editorials and Discussion Papers, n.d.
  26 Joint Public Statements: "Peace Statement", 1943: Editorials and Discussion Papers, n.d.
  27 Joint Public Statements: "Peace Statement", 1943: Press Clippings and Printed Matter, 10/1943-07/1944, n.d.
  28 Joint Public Statements: "Peace Statement", 1943: Press Clippings and Printed Matter, 1941-10/1948
  29 Joint Public Statements: "Economics Statement," (1944): Correspondence, 01/04/1944-11/28/1945, n.d.
  30 Joint Public Statements: "Economics Statement," (1944): Statement Texts, 1943-1944
  31 Joint Public Statements: "Patterns of Economic Justice," (1946): Correspondence, 02/27/1946-09/12/1946
  32 Joint Public Statements: "Patterns of Economic Justice," (1946): Correspondence, 09/13/1946-02/03/1947
  33 Joint Public Statements: "Patterns of Economic Justice," (1946): Statement Texts, 1946
  34 Joint Public Statements: "Patterns of Economic Justice," (1946): Signatory Replies-Cards and Lists, 1946
  35 Joint Public Statements: "Patterns of Economic Justice," (1946): Press Releases, 10/1946
  36 Joint Public Statements: "Patterns of Economic Justice," (1946): Press Clips and Printed Matter, 1946
  37 Anti-Communist Petitions, 1945
                       
Series 6: Correspondence Files of Assistant Directors, Fathers John Hayes and George Higgins, 1942-1945 (3 Boxes)
Correspondence files organized alphabetically and covering Hayes' brief tenure, which was ended by ill health, and Higgins, who would succeed Father McGowan as Director of the department in 1954 and later become widely recognized and respected for his range of writing and extensive mediation efforts.
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7 38 Anti-Communist Petitions, 1945
  39 Inter-Office Communications, 11/04/1941-12/29/1943, n.d.
  40 Correspondence : ADA-ALL, 03/16/1942-08/20/1945
  41 Correspondence: ALL-AME, n.d.
  42 Correspondence : AME-ANT, 12/03/1940-11/28/1945
  43 Correspondence: APO-ATK, 12/22/1941-11/13/1945
  44 Correspondence : BAB-BAR, 12/27/1940-09/28/1945
  45 Correspondence : BAR-BEI, 04/01/1942-10/15/1945
  46 Correspondence: BEI-BER, 01/04/1941-08/21/1945
  47 Correspondence : BER-BOL, 02/18/1942-12/27/1945
  48 Correspondence: BON-BOU, 05/28/1943-11/19/1945
  49 Correspondence: BOU-BRA, 11/03/1942-12/17/1945
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8 1 Correspondence: BRA-BRE, 02/06/1942-12/20/1945
  2 Correspondence: BRE-BRO, 08/31/1942-11/29/1945
  3 Correspondence: BRO-BUR, 01/23/1942-08/21/1945
  4 Correspondence: BUR-BYR, 07/09/1942-12/05/1945
  5 Correspondence: CAH-CAR, 12/23/1941-11/14/1945
  6 Correspondence: CAR-CAR, 02/03/1942-11/28/1945
  7 Correspondence: CARS-CAW, 02/19/1942-11/19/1945
  8 Correspondence: CEC-CIT, 04/08/1942-12/20/1945
  9 Correspondence: CLA-CLE, 12/01/1941-12/04/1945
  10 Correspondence: CLI-COI, 04/05/1942-11/10/1945
  11 Correspondence: COLE-COLL, 07/03/1942-10/30/1945
  12 Correspondence: COM-CON, 08/20/1941-12/12/1945
  13 Correspondence: CON-COR, 11/29/1940-12/12/1945
  14 Correspondence: COR-CRE, 10/31/1941-11/06/1945
  15 Correspondence: CRI-CRO, 04/18/1942-11/27/1945
  16 Correspondence: CRO, 09/02/1944-10/07/1945
  17 Correspondence: CRO-CUM, 01/27/1942-12/06/1945
  18 Correspondence: CUN-DAR, 12/28/1942-12/17/1945
  19 Correspondence: DAV-DEG, 08/20/1942-08/28/1945
  20 Correspondence: DEL, 07/14/1943-10/26/1943
  21 Correspondence: DEL-DES, 11/17/1941-10/16/1945
  22 Correspondence: DET-DIN, 11/17/1940-03/21/1945
  23 Correspondence: DIO-DON, 06/23/1942-12/16/1945
  24 Correspondence: DON, 09/05/1942-12/13/1945
  25 Correspondence: DON-DOW, 03/25/1942-10/26/1945
  26 Correspondence: DOE-DRO, 10/22/1940-12/28/1945
  27 Correspondence: DRU-DUN, 03/03/1943-12/05/1945
  28 Correspondence: DUT-EGA, 03/14/1942-12/26/1945
  29 Correspondence: EHL-ERB, 04/18/1942-12/06/1945
  30 Correspondence: FAC-FEN, 01/21/1942-08/21/1945
  31 Correspondence: FER-FIT, 04/13/1942-05/18/1945
  32 Correspondence: FIT, 01/24/1942-11/14/1945
  33 Correspondence: FIT-FLY, 07/11/1942-11/19/1945
  34 Correspondence: FOG-FRE, 02/16/1942-12/16/1945
  35 Correspondence: FRE-FUNK, 09/23/1941-11/16/1945
  36 Correspondence: GAF-GAR, 07/15/1942-11/27/1945
  37 Correspondence: GAR-GAZ, 03/05/1942-11/16/1945
  38 Correspondence: GEA-GEY, 11/25/1940-11/02/1945
  39 Correspondence: GIA-GIR, 02/17/1942-11/26/1945
  40 Correspondence: GLA-GOR, 11/29/1942-12/03/1945
  41 Correspondence: GOR-GRE, 11/30/1942-11/02/1945
  42 Correspondence: GRI-GZE, 04/08/1942-12/14/1945
  43 Correspondence: HAA-HAC, 07/15/1943-10/08/1945
  44 Correspondence: HAG-HAN, 01/20/1942-12/18/1945
  45 Correspondence: HAN-HAV, 12/29/1941-11/19/1945
  46 Correspondence: HAY-HEA, 02/12/1942-12/18/1945
  47 Correspondence: HEC-HER, 03/05/1942-11/20/1945
  48 Correspondence: HER-HIL, 02/23/1942-12/18/1945
  49 Correspondence: HIN-HOL, 03/17/1942-11/17/1945
  50 Correspondence: HOM-HUG, 11/27/1940-11/21/1945
  51 Correspondence: HUM-ISS, 09/19/1941-12/12/1945
  52 Correspondence: IVE-JOL, 03/12/1942-11/13/1945
  53 Correspondence: JOY-KEE, 03/28/1942-12/07/1945
  54 Correspondence: KEE-KEL, 03/11/1942-12/12/1945
  55 Correspondence: KEM-KEN, 06/11/1942-11/29/1945
  56 Correspondence: KEN-KNU, 11/28/1942-12/18/1945
  57 Correspondence: KOE-KUE, 05/08/1942-12/04/1945
  58 Correspondence: KUL-LAB, 01/13/1942-09/28/1945
  59 Correspondence: LAB-LAR, 01/20/1942-10/31/1945
  60 Correspondence: LAR-LAV, 03/12/1943-12/17/1945
  61 Correspondence: LAV-LES, 07/02/1942-10/26/1945
  62 Correspondence: LEW-LIN, 03/12/1942-11/14/1945
  63 Correspondence: LIS-LUC, 01/19/1942-12/06/1942
  64 Correspondence: LUC-LYO, 07/11/1942-12/27/1945
  65 Correspondence: MAC-MAH, 05/13/1942-12/08/1945
  66 Correspondence: MAL-MAR, 08/11/1942-12/17/1945
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9 1 Correspondence: MAR-MAS, 10/28/1941-12/26/1945
  2 Correspondence: MAS-McC, 09/26/1941-12/07/1945
  3 Correspondence: McC, 02/22/1942-12/05/1945
  4 Correspondence: McC-McD, 01/27/1942-11/20/1945
  5 Correspondence: McD-McG, 11/14/1941-11/09/1945
  6 Correspondence: McG-McM, 07/30/1942-12/27/1945
  7 Correspondence: McM-McN, 12/02/1942-11/26/1945
  8 Correspondence: McN-MEN, 07/31/1942-12/16/1942
  9 Correspondence: MEN, 11/23/1942-10/03/1945
  10 Correspondence: MEN-MIC, 01/22/1942-11/16/1945
  11 Correspondence: MID-MIL, 01/27/1942-12/18/1945
  12 Correspondence: MIL-MON, 03/23/1942-12/26/1945
  13 Correspondence: MON-MOR, 01/07/1942-10/25/1945
  14 Correspondence: MOR-MUL, 06/25/1942-11/16/1945
  15 Correspondence: MUL-MUR, 04/13/1942-11/28/1945
  16 Correspondence: MUR-MYE, 06/09/1942-10/20/1945
  17 Correspondence: NAL-NAT, 03/09/1944-12/18/1945
  18 Correspondence: NAT-NEL, 01/28/1942-11/14/1945
  19 Correspondence: NET-NOR, 01/28/1942-12/13/1945
  20 Correspondence: NUE-OCO, 06/27/1942-11/19/1945
  21 Correspondence: OCO-OFF, 06/21/1941-11/15/1945
  22 Correspondence: OGD-OKE, 08/17/1943-12/20/1945
  23 Correspondence: OLE-ORO, 04/07/1943-12/19/1945
  24 Correspondence: ORO-PAR, 01/01/1942-08/21/1945
  25 Correspondence: PAS-PER, 03/27/1942-12/17/1945
  26 Correspondence: PER-PRE, 11/12/1942-12/04/1945
  27 Correspondence: PRE-PRI, 04/15/1942-06/27/1945
  28 Correspondence : PRI-PRO, 10/19/1942-09/06/1945
  29 Correspondence: PRY-QUI, 09/08/1941-09/1945
  30 Correspondence: QUI-REA, 09/19/1941-12/14/1945
  31 Correspondence: REA-REI, 01/14/1944-11/23/1945
  32 Correspondence: REI, 11/23/1940-12/29/1945
  33 Correspondence: REI-RIL, 02/23/1942-01/01/1945
  34 Correspondence: RIN-ROG, 10/24/1941-10/26/1945
  35 Correspondence: ROG-ROW, 11/25/1941-10/26/1945
  36 Correspondence: RUN-RYA, 09/13/1941-11/06/1945
  37 Correspondence: RYA-SAI, 10/16/1942-12/06/1945
  38 Correspondence: SAL-SCH, 09/19/1941-11/05/1945
  39 Correspondence: SCH, 04/23/1942-11/14/1945
  40 Correspondence: SCR-SHA, 03/11/1942-12/20/1945
  41 Correspondence: SHA-SHE, 08/30/1942-03/25/1945
  42 Correspondence: SHE-SIL, 1942-11/29/1945
  43 Correspondence: SIS, 01/23/1942-12/03/1945
  44 Correspondence : SIS, 02/03/1942-07/01/1945
  45 Correspondence: SIS-SKI, 02/16/1944-09/27/1945
  46 Correspondence: SKI-SMI, 06/09/1942-12/07/1945
  47 Correspondence: SMI-SMY, 02/12/1942-12/18/1945
  48 Correspondence: SMY-SPR, 02/11/1942-12/11/1945
  49 Correspondence: STA-SUL, 03/27/1942-11/21/1945
  50 Correspondence: SUL-SWA, 04/02/1942-12/27/1945
  51 Correspondence : SWE-SYN, 07/14/1942-11/21/1945
  52 Correspondence: SYP-THO, 09/03/1941-12/11/1945
  53 Correspondence : TIB-TOB, 09/03/1941-11/19/1945
  54 Correspondence : TOM-UNI, 11/30/1940-10/12/1945
  55 Correspondence: UNI-VIG, 04/14/1943-11/02/1945
  56 Correspondence: VIL-WAG, 05/15/1942-11/14/1945
  57 Correspondence: WAG-WAR, 06/03/1942-09/07/1945
  58 Correspondence: WAR-WEB, 11/08/1942-12/18/1945
  59 Correspondence: WEH-WIL, 07/03/1942-10/12/1945
  60 Correspondence: WIL, 01/19/1943-12/13/1945
  61 Correspondence: WIL-WOL, 01/19/1942-12/17/1945
  62 Correspondence : WOL-WOZ, 03/09/1943-07/16/1945
  63 Correspondence: WRI-ZIE, 07/08/1942-12/11/1945
                       
Series 7: Files of Assistant Director, Father John F. Cronin, 1951-1960 (2 Boxes)
Speeches, correspondence, and meeting minutes of Father Cronin, who wrote several works applying Catholic teaching to social principles and was active in the study of communism and interracial relations.
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9 64 General Files: Inter-Office Memoranda, 10/06/1949-04/18/1953
  65 General Files: Inter-Office Memoranda, 07/29/1953-05/02/1955
  66 General Files: Inter-Office Memoranda, 05/11/1955-09/04/1956
  67 General Files: Inter-Office Memoranda, 09/21/1956-04/05/1957
  68 General Files: Inter-Office Memoranda, 04/11/1957-12/03/1957
  69 General Files: Reno Fund Memoranda, 02/04/19447-06/04/1959
  70 General Files: Kohler Strike Material: Correspondence, 04/22/1957-05/08/1958, n.d.
  71 General Files: Kohler Strike Material: Depositions, 1956
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10 1 General Files: Kohler Strike Material: Depositions, 1957
  2 General Files: Kohler Strike Material: Depositions, 1957
  3 General Files: Kohler Strike Material: Depositions, 1957
  4 General Files: Kohler Strike Material: Depositions, 1957
  5 General Files: Kohler Strike Material: Report, 1957
  6 General Files: Kohler Strike Material: Report, 1957
  7 Foundation for Religious Action in the Social and Civil Order (FRASCO) (1948-1960): Constitution and Bylaws, 1954
  8 Foundation for Religious Action in the Social and Civil Order (FRASCO) (1948-1960): General Correspondence, 04/22/1948-01/06/1956
  9 Foundation for Religious Action in the Social and Civil Order (FRASCO) (1948-1960): General Correspondence, 01/09/1956-02/28/1957, n.d.
  10 Foundation for Religious Action in the Social and Civil Order (FRASCO) (1948-1960): Church Correspondence, 04/06/1954-09/03/1954
  11 Foundation for Religious Action in the Social and Civil Order (FRASCO) (1948-1960): Church Correspondence, 09/24/1954-04/06/1956, n.d.
  12 Foundation for Religious Action in the Social and Civil Order (FRASCO) (1948-1960): Archbishop O'Boyle Correspondence, 03/18/1954-09/20/1954
  13 Foundation for Religious Action in the Social and Civil Order (FRASCO) (1948-1960): Archbishop O'Boyle Correspondence, 10/19/1954-03/03/1955
  14 Foundation for Religious Action in the Social and Civil Order (FRASCO) (1948-1960): Archbishop O'Boyle Correspondence, 11/22/1954-07/18/1957
  15 Foundation for Religious Action in the Social and Civil Order (FRASCO) (1948-1960): Reports, 1953-1954
  16 Foundation for Religious Action in the Social and Civil Order (FRASCO) (1948-1960): Reports, 1956, n.d.
  17 Foundation for Religious Action in the Social and Civil Order (FRASCO) (1948-1960): Brochure Correspondence, 05/15/1954-09/09/1954, n.d.
  18 Foundation for Religious Action in the Social and Civil Order (FRASCO) (1948-1960): Brochure Drafts, 1954
  19 Foundation for Religious Action in the Social and Civil Order (FRASCO) (1948-1960): Program Correspondence, 04/27/1956-03/18/1957
  20 Foundation for Religious Action in the Social and Civil Order (FRASCO) (1948-1960): Program Correspondence, 03/18/1957-03/25/1957
  21 Foundation for Religious Action in the Social and Civil Order (FRASCO) (1948-1960): Program Correspondence, 04/04/1957-06/25/1958
  22 Foundation for Religious Action in the Social and Civil Order (FRASCO) (1948-1960): Program Correspondence, 06/26/1958-12/29/1958
  23 Foundation for Religious Action in the Social and Civil Order (FRASCO) (1948-1960): Program Correspondence, 01/16/1956-06/15/1956
  24 Foundation for Religious Action in the Social and Civil Order (FRASCO) (1948-1960): Program Correspondence, 10/01/1959-03/16/1960
  25 Foundation for Religious Action in the Social and Civil Order (FRASCO) (1948-1960): Education Program Correspondence, 09/21/1956-02/20/1957
  26 Foundation for Religious Action in the Social and Civil Order (FRASCO) (1948-1960): Education Program Correspondence, 02/21/1957-06/06/1957
  27 Foundation for Religious Action in the Social and Civil Order (FRASCO) (1948-1960): Education Program Correspondence, 06/11/1957-08/22/1957
  28 Foundation for Religious Action in the Social and Civil Order (FRASCO) (1948-1960): Education Program Correspondence, 08/26/1957-12/1957, n.d.
  29 Foundation for Religious Action in the Social and Civil Order (FRASCO) (1948-1960): College Program Correspondence, 04/25/1955-02/19/1957, n.d.
  30 Foundation for Religious Action in the Social and Civil Order (FRASCO) (1948-1960): Television Program Correspondence, 04/04/1955-04/09/1955, n.d.
  31 Foundation for Religious Action in the Social and Civil Order (FRASCO) (1948-1960): Program Committee: Minutes and Meeting Notes, 11/27/1954-04/19/1956
  32 Foundation for Religious Action in the Social and Civil Order (FRASCO) (1948-1960): Program Committee: Minutes and Meeting Notes, 04/19/1956-06/18/1956, n.d.
  33 Foundation for Religious Action in the Social and Civil Order (FRASCO) (1948-1960): Program Committee: Miscellaneous, Ca. 1955
  34 Foundation for Religious Action in the Social and Civil Order (FRASCO) (1948-1960): Printed Matter: "The Blessings of Liberty", 07/1956-04/1960
  35 Foundation for Religious Action in the Social and Civil Order (FRASCO) (1948-1960): Printed Matter: Promotional Materials, 1951-1959
  36 Foundation for Religious Action in the Social and Civil Order (FRASCO) (1948-1960): "Open Letter to Communists": Correspondence, 07/03/1956-08/06/1956
  37 Foundation for Religious Action in the Social and Civil Order (FRASCO) (1948-1960): "Open Letter to Communists": Drafts, 1956
  38 All-American Conference to Combat Communism (AAC): General Correspondence, 09/01/1955-01/09/1960, n.d.
  39 All-American Conference to Combat Communism (AAC): Executive Committee Minutes, 01/21/1956-12/14/1957
  40 All-American Conference to Combat Communism (AAC): Executive Committee Minutes, 01/12/1958-11/12-14/1959, n.d.
  41 All-American Conference to Combat Communism (AAC): Financial and Budgetary Papers, 1955-1959
  42 All-American Conference to Combat Communism (AAC): 1958 Annual Meeting Speeches, 1959
  43 All-American Conference to Combat Communism (AAC): 1958 Annual Meeting Speeches, 1959
  44 Publications: "Economic Analysis and Problems" Correspondence, 02/28/1945-01/11/1952, n.d.
  45 Publications: Catholic Social Principles: General Correspondence, 08/08/1950-08/25/1951, n.d.
  45a Publications: Catholic Social Principles: "Social Principles and Economic Life", 1959
  46 Publications: Catholic Social Principles: Publishers Correspondence, 10/06/1942-02/26/1957
  47 Publications: Catholic Social Principles: Book Review Correspondence, 09/1950-10/1950
  48 Publications: Catholic Social Principles: Book Review Correspondence, 11/1950-10/1952, n.d.
  49 Racial Relations Files: Correspondence, 11/08/1957-11/1957
  50 Racial Relations Files: Correspondence, 11/1957-09/16/1958
  51 Racial Relations Files: Correspondence, 09/16/1958-10/25/1958
  52 Racial Relations Files: Correspondence, 10/27/1958-11/13/1958
  53 Racial Relations Files: Correspondence, 11/14/1958-12/23/1958
  54 Racial Relations Files: Correspondence, n.d.
  55 Racial Relations Files: Correspondence, n.d.
                       
Series 8: Organization Files, 1930-1955 (2 Boxes)
Correspondence and reference material, filed alphabetically, on organizations such as the Association of Catholic Trade Unionists (ACTU) and the Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO), which the department was involved with or whose activities it monitored.
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11 1 American Association for Economic Freedom, 1937-1938
  2 American Association for Economic Freedom : White House Conference, 1940
  3 Association of Catholic Trade Unionists (ACTU), 1947
  4 American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), 1930-1940
  5 American Committee on Religious Rights and Minorities, 1939
  6 American Council of Education, 1939
  7 Americans for Democratic Action (ADA), 1947-1952
  8 Blinded Veterans Association, Inc., 1950
  9 Catholic Committee of the South, 1941-1953
  10 Catholic Economic Association, 1947
  11 Catholic Hospital Association, 1937
  12 Catholic Institute of Food Industry, 1947
  13 Central Verein, 1922-1932
  14 Commission on American Citizenship, 1938
  15 Committee for the Extension of Labor Education, 1946-1947
  16 Committee of Catholics for Human Rights, 1939-1947
  17 Congress of Industrial Organizations: General, 1939-1949
  18 Congress of Industrial Organizations: Community Services Committee, 1946-1947
  19 Congress of Industrial Organizations: Employee Retirement Plan, ca. 1949
  20 Congress of Industrial Organizations: Political Action Committee, 1944-1946
  21 Consumer Advisory Committee, 1947-1951
  22 Consumer Clearing House, 1947
  23 Consumer Foundation, 1937-1938
  24 Consumer National Federation, 1937-1938
  25 Cooperative League, 1937-1947
  26 Council for Democracy, 1947
  27 Council of Economic Advisors, 1949
  28 Council of Profit Sharing Industries, 1950
  29 Crown Heights School, 1942
  30 Electrical Guild of N.A., 1930-1931
  31 Foremen's Association of America, 1946-1951
  32 Foundation of Catholics for Human Brotherhood, 1944-1945
  33 Golden Rule Foundation, 1930-1934
  34 Grailville, ca. 1946-1947
  35 Housing Legislation Information Service, 1945-1946
  36 Institute of Catholic Social Studies, 1940-1941
  37 Institute of Social Order: Bulletins, 1947-1950
  38 International Academy of Christian Sociologists, 1937
  39 International Association of Catholic Writers, 1942
  40 International Christian Social Association: St. Gall: Foundation, 1948-1950
  41 International Christian Social Association: St. Gall: Foundation, 1948-1950
  42 International Conference of Free Trade Unions, 1949
  43 International Labour Organization, 1938-1949
  44 International Organizations, 1947-1949
        'Listed See CAIP Files'
  45 Johnson and Johnson, 1946-1949
  46 Knights of Columbus, 1922-1923
  47 Laymen's Movement for a Christian World, 1946-1948
  48 League for Independent Political Action, 1932-1934
  49 League for Industrial Democracy, 1947
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12 1 National Association of Manufacturers, 1940-1952
  2 National Catholic Educational Association: Resolutions, 1940
  3 National Citizens Council for Migrant Labor, 1948-1950
  4 National Commission on Children, 1949
  5 National Council for Prevention of War, 1937-1938
  6 National Council of Agricultural Life and Labor, 1950-1952
  7 National Council of Social Work Education, 1949
  8 National Council of Social Work Education, 1949
  9 National Emergency Conference on Jobs and Security, 1945-1946
  10 National Federation for Constitutional Liberties, 1946
  11 National Housing Conference, 1953
  12 National New Testament Conference, 1941
  13 National Planning Association, 1944
  14 National Planning Association, 1944
  15 National Produce Conference, 1937-1942
  16 National Religion and Labor Foundation, 1940-1951
  17 National Religion and Labor Foundation, 1951-1953
  18 National Religion and Labor Foundation, 1954-1955
  19 National Sharecroppers Fund, 1950
  20 National Social Welfare Assembly, 1946-1948
  21 New World Builders, 1950
  22 Organization of American States Pan American Union, 1950-1951
  23 Peace Organizations: General, 1938-1942
  24 Peoples Lobby, 1938-1947
  25 President's Committee on National Employment of the Physically Handicapped Week, 1950-1952
  26 President's Committee on National Employment of the Physically Handicapped Week, 1950-1952
  27 President's Committee on National Employment of the Physically Handicapped Week, 1950-1952
  28 Semaine Sociale de France, 1931-1936
  29 Southern Catholic Conference for Social Action, 1939-1940
  30 Te Deum Forum, 1943-1945
  31 United Nations: General, 1946
  32 United Nations: Cultural Organization, 1945
  33 United Nations Association, 1946
  34 University of Nymegen, American Committee for, 1948-1950
                       
Series 9: Special Topics Files, 1925-1953 (3 Boxes)
Correspondence and reference material, filed alphabetically, on topics which were of special interest to the department, including Father Charles Coughlin, the Industry Council Plan, the Living Wage, Papal statements, Protestant labor activities, and Strikes.
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13 1 AFL Mass, 1940-1946
  2 Bibliographies, 1937
  3 Canadian Unions, 1930-1931
  4 Catholic Action, 1928-1951
  5 Catholic Books: List of Sociology and Economics, 1937
  6 Catholic Charities, 1953
  7 Catholic Church in Industry, 1921-1937
  8 Catholic Church in Industry, 1921-1937
  9 Catholic Life in the United States, 1930
  10 Catholic Social Movement in Europe, 1944-1950
  11 Catholic Social Movement in Europe, 1944-1950
  12 Catholic Social Movement in Europe, 1944-1950
  13 Catholics and Social Problems, 1927-1933
  14 Catholics and Social Problems, 1927-1933
  15 Catholics and Social Problems, 1927-1933
  16 Cooperatives, 1944-1950.
  17 Coughlin, Rev. Charles E., 1935-1939
  18 Crime and Disregard for Law: National Council of Catholic Men Committee Report, 1930
  19 Employers' Education, 1942-1946
  20 Housing, 1946
  21 Industry Council Plan, 1937
  22 Industry Council Plan: Committee Material, 1944-1950
  23 Industry Council Plan: Committee Material, 1944-1950
  24 Industry Council Plan: Committee Material, 1944-1950
  25 Industry Council Plan: Committee Material, 1944-1950
  26 Industry Council Plan: Statement and Miscellaneous Material, 1949
  27 International Bill of Rights, 1945-1946
  28 Italian Catholic Labor Movement, 1946
  29 Labor and Democracy in the Home, 1942
  30 Lateran Treaty and Concordat, 1929
  31 Legal Aid Societies, n.d.
  32 Legislation: Austin-Wadsworth Bill, 1943
  33 Legislation: Equal Pay - S1178, 1945
  34 Legislation: Equal Rights Amendments, 1945-1946
  35 Legislation: Fact Finding - Fair Labor Standards Act, 1945-1946
  36 Legislation: Fair Labor Standards, 1945-1947
  37 Legislation: Full Employment, 1942-1946
  38 Legislation: Full Employment, 1945-1946
  39 Legislation: Health Insurance, 1949
  40 Legislation: Health Insurance, 1949
  41 Legislation: Health Insurance, 1949
  42 Legislation: Health Insurance, 1949
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14 1 Legislation: Health Insurance Bill, 1947-1949
  2 Legislation: Health Insurance Bill, 1947-1949
  3 Legislation: Housing, 1951
  4 Legislation: Housing - Wagner,Taft, Ellender Bill S1592, 1945-1946
  5 Legislation: Housing - Wagner,Taft, Ellender Bill S1592, 1945-1946
  6 Legislation: Housing-Wagner, Taft, Ellender Bill S866, 1948
  7 Legislation: Labor Education Extension, 1946-1948
  8 Legislation: Lawrence, David - Memorandum, 1946-1947
  9 Legislation: Migratory Labor, 1950
  10 Legislation: Murray-Kilgore Bill: Unemployment, 1944
  11 Legislation: National Labor Relations Act, 1940
  12 Legislation: Taft-Hartley Labor Bill, 1947
  13 Legislation: Taft-Hartley Labor Bill, 1947-1948
  14 Legislation: Taft-Hartley Labor Bill - Catholic Statements, 1947
  15 Legislation: Taft-Hartley Labor Bill - Revision, 1948-1949
  16 Legislation: Voorhis Monopoly Control Bill, 1939
  17 Legislation: Wages-Hours, 1945-1948
  18 Legislation: Wages-Hours: Minimum Wage Statement, 1945-1949
  19 Legislation: Wagner-Murray-Dingle Bill, 1944-1946
  20 Legislation: Wagner-Murray-Dingle Bill, 1945-1946
  21 Living Wage Paper: Haas, Francis J., 1925
  22 Living Wage: Family, 1948
  23 McGuire, Rev. J.W.R., 1931
  24 Mexico, 1932, 1935
  25 Migratory Labor, 1945-1951
  26 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Description, 1922, n.d.
  27 National Catholic Welfare Conference: Publicity, 1923-1936
  28 National Industry Recovery Act (NRA), 1933
  29 Papal Documents, 1931-1941
  30 Papal Statements: Pius XI, 1931
  31 Papal Statements: Pius XII, 1950
  32 Pastoral Letters: U.S. Bishops, 1937
  33 Pastoral Letters: Mexican Bishops, 1935-1936
  34 Pension Plans, 1943-1945
  35 Population: United Nations Report, 1950
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15 1 Post-War Reconstruction, 1940-1945
  2 Price Controls, 1946
  3 Prison Report-Criticism, ca. 1932
  4 Profit Sharing, 1946
  5 Protestant and Jewish Labor Activities, n.d.
  6 Protestant Labor Activities: General, 1944-1949
  7 Protestant Labor Activities: General, 1944-1949
  8 Protestant Labor Activities: General, 1944-1949
  9 Protestant Labor Activities: General, 1944-1949
  10 Protestant Labor Activities: Federal Council of Churches, 1945-1950
  11 Protestant Labor Activities: Federal Council of Churches Information Service, 1946-1948
  12 Protestant Labor Activities: Federal Council of Churches - Pittsburgh, 1946-1948
  13 Protestant Labor Activities: Methodists, 1945-1948
  14 Protestant Labor Activities: National Religion and Labor Foundation, 1945-1948
  15 Protestant Labor Activities: National Religion and Labor Foundation, 1945-1948
  16 Protestant Labor Activities: Presbyterian, 1946-1947
  17 Religion and Labor Material, 1944-1947
  18 Rent Control, 1947
  19 Rerum Novarum Award : St. Peter's College, 1950
  20 Ruhr Plan, ca. 1948
  21 Rural Life Manifesto, 1938
  22 Social Code, 1928
  23 Social Creeds of Churches, n.d.
  24 Social Security, 1945-1946
  25 Special Projects, 1946-1947
  26 Strikes, Etc.: Strikes, 1937
  27 Strikes, Etc.: Cemetery Workers Strike, 1949
  28 Strikes, Etc.: Labor Rights of Montgomery Ward Workers, 1944
  29 Strikes, Etc.: Labor Trouble-Butte, 1942
  30 Strikes, Etc.: Passaic Textile Strike, ca. 1929
  31 Strikes, Etc.: Real Silk Hosiery, 1927-1928, 1952
  32 Strikes, Etc.: Telephone Strike/Movie Strike, 1947
  33 Teachers Union, n.d.
  34 Theses, n.d.
  35 Unemployment, 1940-1946
  36 Veterans, 1945
  37 Wage Statistics, 1921
  38 White Collar Conference, 1945
  39 White House Conference on Child Health and Protection, 1930
  40 Women in Labor, ca. 1926
                       
Series 10: Files of Assistant Director/Director, Father Raymond Augustine McGowan, 1920-1954 (9 Boxes)
Father McGowan's files, primarily correspondence, cover a wide range of activities and are organized into several alphabetical runs, some overlapping, grouped around the years 1928-1931, 1932-1933, 1934-1935, 1936-1937, and 1938-1954. Correspondents include Patrick H. Callahan and Francis Haas and topics such as the Catholic Hour and Latin America. In addition, there are copies of McGowan's articles, notes, reviews, and speeches, 1920-1952.
Box Folder
16 1 A, 1929-1930
  2 Alter, Rev. Karl J., 1929-1931
  3 Apologetics, 1930
  4 Ba- Bn, 1928-1931
  5 Bo- Bz, 1928-1931
  6 Bresette, Linna E., 1928-1929
  7 Bresette, Linna E., 1930-1931
  8 Bresette, Linna E., 1930-1931
  9 Bresette, Linna E., 1920-1930
  10 C, 1920-1931
  11 Callahan, P.H., 1929-1931
  12 Catholic Charities Conference Committee, 1930-1931
  13 Centralia Case, 1929-1930
  14 Centralia Case, 1929-1930
  15 Centralia Case, 1930
  16 D, 1929-1931
  17 Duffy, Frank: United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners, 1928-1931
  18 E, 1929
  19 European Trip, 1929
  20 Encyclical Pilgrimage, 1931
  21 Encyclical Pilgrimage, 1931
  22 F, 1928-1931
  23 G, 1928-1931
  24 Gilligan, Rev. Frank J.-Thesis, 1930
  25 Green, William: American Federation of Labor, 1929-1931
  26 H, 1927-1931
  27 H, 1927-1931
  28 Haas, Rev. Francis J., 1928-1931
  29 I, 1928-1931
  30 Israel, Rabbi Edward L, 1930-1931
  31 J, 1928-1931
  32 Joint Statement on Textile Industry, 1929
  33 K, 1928-1931
  34 Kenkel, Frederick P., 1928-1931
  35 L, 1921-1931
  36 Lillis, Rev. Thomas F., 1929-1931
  37 Lucey, Rev. Robert E., 1929-1930
  38 Ma - Mn, 1927-1931
  39 Mo - Mz, 1927-1931
  40 Madden, Marie, 1930-1931
  41 Maguire, Rev. J.W.R.: St. Viator College, IL, 1929-1931
  42 Mc, 1929-1931
  43 McHugh, Rose J., 1928-1931
  44 Miranda, Rev. Miguel, 1929-1931
  45 Moon, Parker Thomas, 1930-1931
  46 Murphy, Joseph, 1928-1930
  47 Myers, James: Federal Council of Churches of Christ, 1927-1931
  48 N, 1929-1931
  49 O, 1928-1931
  50 O'Dwyer, Rev. Thomas J. : Catholic Welfare Bureau of LA., 1930-1931
  51 O'Hara, Ret. Edwin V.: Catholic Welfare Bureau of LA., 1928-1931
  52 P, 1929-1931
  53 Pattee, Richard, 1931
  54 Page, Kirby, 1929-1930
  55 Q, 1930
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17 1 R, 1929-1931
  2 Radio Hour - Minutes: National Council of Catholic Men, 1930
  3 Randolph, A. Philip, 1928, 1930
  4 Recruitment-Social Service, 1930-1931
  5 Requests for Information, 1930-1932
  6 Requests for Information, 1930-1932
  7 Requests for Information, 1930-1932
  8 Requests for Publications, 1931
  9 Roemer, William F., 1929-1930
  10 Rompel, Dr. Joseph, 1929-1930
  11 Ruiz, Rev. Leopoldo, 1929-1931
  12 Ryan, Rev. John Augestine, 1930
  13 Ryan, Rev. James Hugh, 1930
  14 Sa - Sl, 1923-1931
  15 Sm - Sz, 1928-1931
  16 Schmiedler, Rev. Edgar, 1931
  17 Sheen, Rev. Fulton J., 1931
  18 Slattery, Michael J., 1931
  19 Stimson, Henry L.: US Secretary of State, 1930-1931
  20 Sisters, 1928-1931
  21 T, 1929-1931
  22 Taylor, A. W., 1924-1925
  23 Turner, Thomas Wyatt, 1924-1925
  24 U, 1929-1931
  25 V, 1929-1931
  26 W, 1928-1931
  27 W ynne, Rev. John J., 1928-1931
  28 Williams, Michael, 1929-1931
  29 Y-Z, 1928-1931
  30 A, 1932-1933
  31 American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), 1932-1933
  32 Apologetics, 1932-1933
  33 B, 1932-1933
  34 Bishop, Rev. W. Howard: Catholic Rural Life Conference, 1932
  35 Bresette, Linna E., 1932
  36 Bresette, Linna E., 1932
  37 Bresette, Linna E., 1933
  38 Bresette, Linna E., 1933
  39 C, 1932-1933
  40 Callahan, Patrick Henry, 1932-1933
  41 Callahan, Patrick Henry, 1933
  42 Callahan, Patrick Henry, 1933
  43 Catholic Hour, 1931-1933
  44 Clinchy, Everett R.: National Conference of Jews and Christians, 1932-1933
  45 Curley, Archbishop Michael J., 1932-1933
  46 D, 1931-1933
  47 Day, Dorothy, 1933
  48 Duffy, Frank: United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners, 1932
  49 E, 1932-1933
  50 F, 1931-1933
  51 Federal Council of Churches, 1931-1933
  52 G, 1932-1933
  53 Gillis, Rev. James M., 1933
  54 Gorrell, John J.: Knights of Columbus, Pittsburgh Council, 1932
  55 Green, William: American Federation of Labor (AFL), 1932
  56 H, 1932-1933
  57 Haas, Rev. Francis J., 1932-1933
  58 Hart, Charles A.: American Catholic Philosophical Association, 1933
  59 Herring, Hubert C.: Committee on Cultural Relations with Latin America, 1933
  60 Howard, Bishop Francis W.: Committee on Cultural Relations with Latin America, 1932-1934
  61 I, 1932-1933
  62 Israel, Rabbi Edward, 1932-1933
  63 J, 1932-1933
  64 K, 1932-1933
  65 Kerby, Rev. William J., 1932-1933
  66 L, 1932-1933
  67 La Farge, Rev. John, 1932
  68 John A. Lapp, 1932-1933
  69 Latin America, 1933-1934
  70 Lucey, Rev. Robert E.: St. Anthony's Rectory, Long Beach, CA, 1932-1933
Box Folder
18 1 M, 1932
  2 M, 1932-1933
  3 Magner, Rev. James A., 1932-1933
  4 Maguire, Rev. J.W.R., 1932-1933
  5 Marella, Rev. Paul, 1933
  6 Mellen, Rev. Francis: Field Secretary, National Conference of Catholic Charities, 1933
  7 Menendez, Joseph C.: Field Secretary, National Conference of Catholic Charities, 1932-1933
  8 Mitty, Archbishop John J., 1932-1933
  9 Moon, Parker Thomas: Columbia University, 1932-1933
  10 Moore, Robert Edward: Catholic Charities of New York, 1932-1933
  11 Munson Steamship Line, 1933
  12 Mc, 1932-1933
  13 McHugh, Rose J., 1932-1933
  14 McNicholas, Archbishop John T., 1933
  15 N, 1932-1933
  16 National Council for Prevention of War, 1930-1932
  17 National Council for Prevention of War, 1932
  18 National Council for Prevention of War, 1933
  19 Noll, Bishop John F., 1933
  20 O, 1931-1933
  21 O'Dwyer, Rev. Thomas J., 1932-1933
  22 O'Grady, Rev. John J.: Secretary, National Conference of Catholic Charities, 1932
  23 O'Leary, Arthur T., 1933
  24 O'Neil, Gordon: THE MONITOR, 1932-1933
  25 O'Shaughnessy, Michael: South American Oil Reports, 1932-1933
  26 P, 1931-1933
  27 Paige, R. M.: Public Administration Clearing House, Chicago, IL, 1932
  28 Pan American Conference, Montevideo, 1932- 1933
  29 Pan American Day, 1933
  30 Priests Meeting (March 1933): Fort Wayne, IN, 1933
  31 Priests Meeting (May 11, 1933): San Francisco, CA, 1933
  32 Priests Meeting (October 26, 1933): Chicago, IL, 1933
  33 Priest Study Groups, 1932-1933
  34 Q, 1933
  35 R, 1932-1933
  36 Reiner, Rev. Joseph, 1932-1933
  37 Religious Education Association of the U.S. and Canada, 1931-1933
  38 Requests, 1933
  39 Requests, 1933
  40 Rights of Religious Minorities, 1929-1933
  41 Ross, Eva: Nazareth College, MI, 1932
  42 Rupp, Rev. Max G., 1932-1933
  43 Ryan, Msgr. John Augustine, 1932
  44 Sa - Sl, 1932-1933
  45 Sm - Sz, 1932-1933
  46 Sands, William Franklin, 1932-1933
  47 Santora, Mamie: Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America, 1932-1933
  48 Sisters, 1932-1933
  49 Slattery, Michael J., 1932
  50 Spellman, Bishop Francis J., 1932
  51 Stone, Thomas H., 1932
  52 Study Clubs, 1932
  53 Study Clubs, 1932
  54 Study Clubs, 1932
  55 Study Clubs, 1933
  56 Study Clubs, 1933
  57 T, 1932-1933
  58 V, 1932-1933
  59 W, 1932-1933
  60 Wilbur, Rev. Russell I., 1932-1933
  61 Williams, Michael, 1932-1933
  62 A, 1934-1935
  63 American Committee on Economic Policy, 1933
  64 American Federation of Labor (AFL) Convention Mass, 1929-1934
  65 Ashworth, Robert A.: National Conference of Christians and Jews, 1934
  66 B, 1934-1935
  67 Bresette, Linna E., 1934
  68 Bresette, Linna E., 1935
  69 C, 1935
  70 Cicognani, Archbishop Amleto G.: Apostolic Delegate, 1934
  71 Cornish, Louis A.: American Unitarian Association, 1934
  72 Cronin, Rev. John F., 1934
  73 Curley, Archbishop Michael J., 1934
Box Folder
19 1 Callahan, Patrick Henry, 1934
  2 Catholic Association for International Peace, 1932-1935
  3 Catholic Association for International Peace, 1932-1935
  4 Catholic Summer School, 1934
  5 Catholic Commonwealth Federation, Canada, 1933-1934
  6 Congressional Matters: Maternity and Infancy Legislation, 1920-1929
  7 Congressional Matters: Maternity and Infancy Legislation, 1930-1934
  8 D, 1934-1935
  9 E, 1934-1935
  10 Eucharistic Congress (Buenos Aires), 1933-1934
  11 Eucharistic Congress (Buenos Aires), 1934-1935
  12 Eucharistic Congress (Buenos Aires): Catholic Travel League, 1934
  13 Eucharistic Congress (Buenos Aires): A.P.I., 1934-1935
  14 F, 1934-1935
  15 Federal Council of Churches, 1934-1935
  16 Federal Council of Churches, 1934-1935
  17 G, 1934-1935
  18 Gamble, Anna Gill, 1934-1935
  19 H, 1934-1935
  20 Henseler, Herman: International Labor Office, 1935
  21 Herring, Hubert: Committee on Cultural Relations with Latin America, 1935
  22 Homiletic and Pastoral Review, 1934-1935
  23 Hull, Cordell: Secretary of State, US, 1935
  24 I, 1934
  25 Institute of Public Affairs, 1935
  26 Israel, Rabbi Edward, 1934-1935
  27 J, 1934
  28 K, 1934-1935
  29 Kingman, Gordon: A Year Magazine, 1934
  30 Kneifl, M. R.: Catholic Hospital Association, 1934
  31 L, 1934-1935
  32 Lillis, Bishop Thomas, 1934
  33 M, 1934-1935
  34 Magner, Rev. James, 1935
  35 Menedez, Joseph C.: Paulist Press, 1935
  36 Miller, Raymond J., 1935
  37 Minsky, Louis: Jewish Chronicle, 1935
  38 Mc, 1934-1935
  39 McHugh, Rose J., 1934
  40 Mooney, Rev. Edward A., 1934-1935
  41 N, 1934
  42 National Council for Prevention of War, 1933-1935
  43 National Federation of Federal Employees, 1933
  44 O, 1934-1935
  45 P, 1934-1935
  46 Padgett, Alice E.: National Conference of Catholic Charities, 1935
  47 Pattee, Richard, 1935
  48 Publishers, Replies From, 1930-1935
  49 Puerto Rico, 1930-1935
  50 Puerto Rico, 1935-1936
  51 Puerto Rico: Social Work Section, n.d.
  52 Puerto Rico: Memorandum to Bourne, n.d.
  53 Q, 1934
  54 R, 1933-1934
  55 Regional Catholic Week Subcommittee, 1932-1934
  56 Reprint-Reconstructing the Social Order, 1932
  57 Requests, 1934
  58 Requests, 1934
  59 Requests, 1935
  60 Rights of Religious Minorities, 1934-1935
  61 Ritchie, Frank: American Christian Committee for German Refugees, 1935
  62 Roosevelt, Franklin Delano: President of the United States, 1935
  63 S, 1933-1935
  64 Shuster, George: Commonwealth, 1935
  65 Sisters, 1935
  66 Social Justice, 1933-1935
  67 Study Clubs, 1932-1933
  68 Study Clubs, 1934-1935
  69 T, 1934
  70 Union Internationale d'Etudes Sociale, 1931-1935
  71 Union Internationale d'Etudes Sociale, 1931-1935
  72 Union Internationale d'Etudes Sociale, 1931-1935
  73 Union Internationale d'Etudes Sociale, 1931-1935
  74 V, 1934
  75 W, 1934-1935
  76 Wilbur, Rev. Russell, 1934
  77 Wynne, Rev. John J.: Catholic Encyclopedia, 1934-1935
  78 Z, 1934
Box Folder
20 1 Europe Trip, 1936
  2 F, 1936-1937
  3 Federated Council of Churches, 1935-1937
  4 Franklin, Zilpha C.: Social Security Board, 1936
  5 Fumasoni-Biondi, Cardinal Pietro, 1937
  6 Furfey, Rev. Paul Hanly, 1936-1937
  7 G, 1935-1937
  8 Gamble, Anna Dill, 1936
  9 Green, William: American Federation of Labor (AFL), 1936
  10 Guilds, 1937
  11 H, 1935-1937
  12 Haas, Rev. Francis J., 1936-1937
  13 Hagerty, J.E., 1936
  14 Healy, Rev. James J.: Diocese of Little Rock, 1937
  15 Hull, Cordell: Secretary of State, US, 1937
  16 Hunt, Henry T.: National Resources Committee, 1936
  17 I, 1936
  18 International Catholic Truth Society, 1936-1937
  19 Israel, Rabbi Edward, 1935-1937
  20 J, 1936-1937
  21 Joint Statements, 1937
  22 K, 1936-1937
  23 Kneifl, M. R.: Catholic Hospital Association, 1937
  24 L, 1936-1937
  25 Lewis, John L.: CIO/UMW, 1936-1937
  26 Ma - Ml, 1936-1937
  27 Mm - Mz, 1936-1937
  28 Magner, Rev. James A., 1936
  29 Maguire, Rev. J.W.H., 1937
  30 Menendez, Joseph: Paulist Press, 1935-1937
  31 Miller, Rev. Raymond J., 1937
  32 Muench, Bishop A. J., 1936-1937
  33 Mc, 1935-1937
  34 McKenna, Norman C.: Christian Front, 1937
  35 N, 1936-1937
  36 National Conference of Jews and Christians, 1936-1937
  37 National Conference of Jews and Christians, 1936-1937
  38 National Conference of Jews and Christians, 1936-1937
  39 O, 1936-1937
  40 O'Hara, Rev. Edwin, 1936-1937
  41 P, 1936-1937
  42 Pattee, Richard J., 1936-1937
  43 Peoples Lobby, 1937
  44 Puerto Rico, 1935-1936
  45 Requests, 1936
  46 Requests, 1936
  47 Requests, 1936
  48 Requests, 1936-1937
  49 Rights of Religous Minorities, 1936-1937
  50 Sa - Sl, 1936-1937
  51 Sm - Sz, 1936-1937
  52 Schwitalla, Rev. Alphonze M.: Catholic Hospital Association, 1936
  53 Shuster, George N.: Commonweal, 1936
  54 Sisters, 1936-1937
  55 Sollod, Isadore I.: Young Men's and Young Women's Hebrew Association, 1936-1937
  56 Study Clubs, 1937
  57 T, 1936-1937
  58 V, 1936
  59 W, 1935-1937
  60 World Conference for International Peace through Religion, 1932-1937
  61 X, Y, Z, 1937
  62 A, 1943-1949
  63 Arminan, Valentin Arenas, 1950
  64 B, 1951-1953
  65 Bishops' Committee for Social Questions: Canada, 1944
  66 Bishops' Committee for the Spanish Speaking, 1943-1946
  67 Bishops' Committee for the Spanish Speaking, 1943-1946
  68 Bishops' Committee for the Spanish Speaking, 1943-1946
  69 Bishops' Committee for the Spanish Speaking: Reports, Newsletters, 1943-1946
  70 Bishops' Committee for the Spanish Speaking: Reports, Newsletters, 1947-1952, n.d.
  71 Brandon, Donald W., 1952-1953
  72 British Information Services, 1952
  73 C, 1944-1952
  74 Callahan, Patrick Henry, 1938-1941
  75 Catholic Action Conference: Santiago, Chile, 1948
  76 Chilean Seminar, 1944
  77 Common Sense, 1942
  78 Conference on Management Trusteeship, ca. 1947
  79 Cronin, Rev. John F., 1938, 1950
  80 D, 1944-1952
  81 Davenport Meeting, CCIP, 1949
  82 Davis, Rev. James P., 1949
  83 Diocesan Youth Conference - Columbus, 1948
  84 Duffy, Frank : American Federation of Labor (AFL), 1938-1939
  85 E, 1943-1952
  86 Encyclical Teaching, 1939-1945
  87 Eucharistic Congress, 1941
  88 Eustace, Bishop John, 1943
Box Folder
21 1 F, 1941-1943
  2 Family Life Conference, 1943
  3 Federal Council of Churches of Christ, 1940-1943
  4 Fleege, Urban H., 1950
  5 France, Albert, 1944
  6 G, 1942-1952
  7 H, 1930(1939-1952)1952
  8 Haas, Most Rev. Francis J., 1952
  9 Hannan, Jerome D., 1952
  10 Hard, William, 1941
  11 Hayes, Rev. John, 1944-1952
  12 Haywood, Allen S.: Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO), 1952
  13 Higgins, Rev. George Gilmary, 1951
  14 Hyatt, Gilbert E.: National Federation of Post Office Clerks, 1937, 1941
  15 Interfaith, 1941-1945
  16 International Christian Social Association and International Congress of Social Studies: Rome Meeting, 1950-Fr. McGowan's European Trip, 1949-1950
        Richard Pattee, John F. Cronin among the correspondents in this file.
  17 Israel, Mrs. Edward L., 1941-1945
  18 Ithaca Forum, 1941
  19 Jackson, Gardner, 1941-1943
  20 K, 1944-1952
  21 Kelly, Rev. William F.: Diocese of Brooklyn, 1952
  22 Kempf, Frances A., 1941
  23 L, 1944-1952
  24 Labor-Management Conference, 1945-1946
  25 Lucey, Archbishop Robert E.: San Antonio, TX, 1941-1952
  26 M, 1944-1952
  27 Magner, Rev. James A.: Catholic University of America, 1952
  28 Maryland Church and Industry Conference, 1942
  29 Meany, George: American Federation of Labor (AFL), 1952
  30 Miscellaneous, 1952-1953
  31 Mission Areas Conference, 1949
  32 Mission Areas Conference, 1949
  33 Moeller, Charles, 1950
  34 Mommersteeg, Rev. P.J.M.H.: New York, NY, 1943-1953
  35 Murray, Philip: Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO), 1952
  36 Mc, 1936, 1942, n.d.
  37 Wheeler McMillen: Farm Journal, 1942
  38 N, 1952
  39 National Conference of Christians and Jews, 1952
  40 Nunez, Rev. Benjamin, 1947-1949
  41 O, 1942, 1952
  42 O'Boyle, Archbishop Patrick: Archdiocese of Washington, DC, 1952
  43 O'Conner, Rector Martin J.: North American College at Rome, 1951-1952
  44 O'Grady, Rev. John J.: National Conference of Catholic Charities, 1952
  45 O'Hara, Bishop Edwin V.: Kansas City, 1942
  46 O'Neill, Wilbert J., 1943-1944
  47 Our Sunday Visitor, 1939
  48 P, 1943-1952
  49 Pattee, Richard, 1945
  50 Plochl, Willibald M., 1943
  51 Portland Institute, 1940-1942
  52 Puerto Rico, President's Commission on Organic Act of, 1942-1944
  53 Puerto Rico, President's Commission on Organic Act of, 1942-1944
  54 Puerto Rico, President's Commission on Organic Act of, 1942-1944
  55 Puerto Rico, President's Commission on Organic Act of, 1942-1944
  56 Puerto Rico, 1935-1936, n.d.
  57 Puerto Rico, Inter-American, 1943-1950
  58 Puerto Rico, The Church and Reconstruction in, 1943-1950
  59 Puerto Rico: Inauguration of First Elected Governor, 1949-1952
  60 R, 1950, 1952
        The 1950 items concern Msgr. John A. Ryan's book Seven Troubled Years, moved from Ryan papers in 2001.
  61 Ready, Msgr. Michael: General Secretary, NCWC, 1944
  62 Religious News Service, 1939
  63 Rupp, Rev. Max G., 1942-1944
  64 S, 1943-1952
  65 Saint Ambrose Social Action Conference: Davenport, Iowa, 1941
  66 Schwitalla, Rev. Alphonze M.: Saint Louis University, 1943
  67 Seminar: Anglo-American, 1943
  68 Shean, Rev. Maurice V.: Catholic Committee of the South, 1952
  69 Sisters, 1945-1953
  70 Skillen, Edward : Commonweal, 1942
  71 Social Action Congress: Kansas City, 1940-1941
  72 Social Action Institute - Detroit: Student - Youth, 1947-1948
  73 Solzbacher, Wilhelm, 1941-1943
  74 Spanish Speaking Seminar, 1943-1945
  75 Spanish Speaking Seminar, 1943-1945
  76 Spellman, Archbishop Francis, 1941
  77 T, 1951-1952
  78 Tanner, Rev. Paul F., 1952
  79 V, 1952
  80 Van Cauwelaert, Frans, 1944
  81 Vassallo, Msgr. Mariano, 1942
  82 W, 1941-1952
Box Folder
22 1 Articles and Speeches: General, 1920
  2 Articles and Speeches: General, 1921
  3 Articles and Speeches: General, 1922
  4 Articles and Speeches: General, 1923
  5 Articles and Speeches: General, 1924
  6 Articles and Speeches: General, 1925-1927
  7 Articles and Speeches: General, 1928-1929
  8 Articles and Speeches: General, 1930
  9 Articles and Speeches: General, 1931
  10 Articles and Speeches: General, 1931
  11 Articles and Speeches: General, 1932
  12 Articles and Speeches: General, 1932
  13 Articles and Speeches: General, 1932
  14 Articles and Speeches: General, 1933
  15 Articles and Speeches: General, 1933
  16 Articles and Speeches: General, 1933
  17 Articles and Speeches: General, 1933
  18 Articles and Speeches: General, 1934
  19 Articles and Speeches: General, 1935
  20 Articles and Speeches: General, 1935
  21 Articles and Speeches: General, 1935
  22 Articles and Speeches: General, 1935
  23 Articles and Speeches: General, 1936
  24 Articles and Speeches: General, 1936
  25 Articles and Speeches: General, 1936
  26 Articles and Speeches: General, 1936
  27 Articles and Speeches: General, 1937
  28 Articles and Speeches: General, 1937
  29 Articles and Speeches: General, 1937
  30 Articles and Speeches: General, 1945
  31 Articles and Speeches: General, 1949
  32 Articles and Speeches: General, 1950
  33 Articles and Speeches: General, 1951
  34 Articles and Speeches: General, n.d.
  35 Articles and Speeches: General, n.d.
  36 Subject A-Z: American Economic Radicalism, 1927
  37 Subject A-Z: American International Law, n.d.
  38 Subject A-Z: Anomaly of the Catholic Americans, n.d.
  39 Subject A-Z: Anti-Labor Bill, 1938
  40 Subject A-Z: Birth Control, n.d.
  41 Subject A-Z: Bishops' Statement: Church and Social Order, 1940
  42 Subject A-Z: Book Proposal, n.d.
  43 Subject A-Z: Book Reviews, ca. 1922
  44 Subject A-Z: Catholic Labor Leadership, n.d.
  45 Subject A-Z: Causes of Chivalry, n.d.
  46 Subject A-Z: Christianity, n.d.
  47 Subject A-Z: Church and Labor, n.d.
  48 Subject A-Z: Conditions of Peace, n.d.
  49 Subject A-Z: Conference for Progressive Political Action, n.d.
  50 Subject A-Z: Cooperative Movements, n.d.
  51 Subject A-Z: Credit Unions, n.d.
Box Folder
23 1 Subject A-Z: Easley, Ralph M., 1921
  2 Subject A-Z: Economics for College Use - Textbook Outline, n.d.
  3 Subject A-Z: Economic Organizations, n.d.
  4 Subject A-Z: Employer - Employee Relationship, n.d.
  5 Subject A-Z: Employees' Participation in Management and Profits, n.d.
  6 Subject A-Z: Europe, n.d.
  7 Subject A-Z: Farmers and Farming, n.d.
  8 Subject A-Z: Ghosting, 1939
  9 Subject A-Z: Imperialism, n.d.
  10 Subject A-Z: Industrial Programs in the U.S., n.d.
  11 Subject A-Z: Industry and Health, 1928
  12 Subject A-Z: Industry and the Home, n.d.
  13 Subject A-Z: Infant and Maternity Mortality, n.d.
  14 Subject A-Z: Inflation and the High Cost of Living, n.d.
  15 Subject A-Z: International Commission, n.d.
  16 Subject A-Z: International Social Parliament, 1928
  17 Subject A-Z: Interviews with Europeans, n.d.
  18 Subject A-Z: Introduction to Certain Social Teachings of Judaism, Catholicism, and Protestantism, 1941
  19 Subject A-Z: Ireland, n.d.
  20 Subject A-Z: Labor and America's Future, 1939
  21 Subject A-Z: Labor History Manuscript, n.d.
  22 Subject A-Z: Labor History Manuscript, n.d.
  23 Subject A-Z: Labor History Miscellaneous, n.d.
  24 Subject A-Z: Labor Problems Outline, n.d.
  25 Subject A-Z: Labor Unions, n.d.
  26 Subject A-Z: Lent, n.d.
  27 Subject A-Z: Melancholy Anatomy, n.d.
  28 Subject A-Z: Mexico, n.d.
  29 Subject A-Z: National Catholic Confederation of Labor, n.d.
  30 Subject A-Z: National Catholic Welfare Conference (NCWC), n.d.
  31 Subject A-Z: New Social Order, n.d.
  32 Subject A-Z: Our Church, n.d.
  33 Subject A-Z: Pan American Federation of Labor, 1925
  34 Subject A-Z: Parish Organization, n.d.
  35 Subject A-Z: Patriotism and Nationalism, n.d.
  36 Subject A-Z: Personal Initiative Versus Paternalism, n.d.
  37 Subject A-Z: Poetry, n.d.
  38 Subject A-Z: Publicity as an Agent of Social Reform, n.d.
  39 Subject A-Z: Race Relations, 1928
  40 Subject A-Z: Recent Phases of Radicalism, 1924
  41 Subject A-Z: Religion, n.d.
  42 Subject A-Z: Religious Conditions in Prisons, 1923-1927
  43 Subject A-Z: Rerum Novarum - Outline, 1926
  44 Subject A-Z: Smith, Al and Hoover, Herbert - Presidential Election, 1928
  45 Subject A-Z: Socialists, n.d.
  46 Subject A-Z: Social Justice, n.d.
  47 Subject A-Z: Social Subjects and the Outdoor Platform, ca. 1936
  48 Subject A-Z: Social Teaching of the Gospel, n.d.
  49 Subject A-Z: South American Articles, n.d.
  50 Subject A-Z: Transportation and Communication, n.d.
  51 Subject A-Z: Unemployment, n.d.
  52 Subject A-Z: Wages, 1922
  53 Subject A-Z: West Indies, n.d.
  54 Subject A-Z: What are Wages in the U.S., n.d.
  55 Subject A-Z: Why Do Women Work?, n.d.
  56 Subject A-Z: Workman's Compensation, n.d.
  57 Subject A-Z: Yellow Paper, ca. 1948
  58 Journals: America, ca. 1920
  59 Journals: American Federationist, n.d.
        Info re: AFL
  60 Journals: American Review, 1923
  61 Journals: Catholic Charities Review, n.d.
  62 Journals: Commonweal, 1925-1926
  63 Journals: Daily American Tribune, 1923
  64 Journals: Daily American Tribune, 1924
  65 Journals: Journal of the Economy, n.d.
  66 Journals: Knight Letter, n.d.
  67 Journals: National Catholic War/Welfare Council BULLETIN, 1920-1921
  68 Journals: National Catholic Welfare Council/Conference - BULLETIN, 1922-1923
  69 Journals: National Catholic Welfare Council/Conference - BULLETIN, 1924-1927
  70 Journals: Official Catholic Year Book, ca. 1928
  71 Journals: Our Sunday Visitor, 1938-1939
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24 1 Journals: Paulist Press, n.d.
  2 Journals: Periscope, The, 1921-1928
  3 Journals: Salt O' The Earth, 1928-1929
  4 Journals: Sign, The, 1922-1923
  5 Miscellaneous Notes, n.d.
  6 Miscellaneous Notes, n.d.
  7 Miscellaneous Notes, n.d.
  8 Miscellaneous Notes, n.d.
  9 Miscellaneous Notes, n.d.
  10 Miscellaneous Notes, n.d.
  11 Miscellaneous Notes, n.d.
  12 Correspondence: Christmas Cards, 1935-1936
  13 Correspondence: Christmas Cards, 1935-1936
  14 Correspondence: Christmas Cards, 1935-1936
  15 Correspondence: Christmas Cards, 1935-1936
  16 Correspondence: Congratulatory - Appointment as Director of S.A.D., 1945
  17 Correspondence: Congratulatory - Appointment as Director of S.A.D., 1945
  18 Correspondence: Congratulatory - Thirty Years at NCWC, 1949
  19 Correspondence: Congratulatory - Thirty Years at NCWC, 1949
  20 Correspondence: Congratulatory - Thirty Years at NCWC, 1949
  21 Correspondence: Congratulatory - ACTU Award, 1951
  22 Correspondence: Personal, 1927-1929
  23 Correspondence: Personal, 1930-1931
  24 Correspondence: Personal, 1932
  25 Correspondence: Personal, 1933
  26 Correspondence: Personal, 1933
  27 Correspondence: Personal, 1934
  28 Correspondence: Personal, 1934
  29 Correspondence: Personal, 1936
  30 Correspondence: Personal, 1936
  31 Correspondence: Personal, 1951
  32 Correspondence: Personal, 1952
  33 Correspondence: Personal, 1953
  34 Income Taxes, 1938-1943
  35 Last Will and Testament, 1945
  36 Cards and Notebook, n.d.
                       
Series 11: Files of the Field Secretary, 1920-1957 (7 Boxes)
Essentially files of Linna Bressette and divided as follows: Personal, 1933-1951; Financial, 1930-1957; General Correspondence, 1920-1950; Organizations and Topics, 1922-1951; the Catholic Conference on Industrial Problems (see also later series of this name), 1923-1957; Institutes in Industry and Social Action Chairman, 1931-1951; Labor Schools (see also later series of this name), 1938-1949; Work with Priests (see also later series of this name), 1938-1949; Interfaith Conferences (see also earlier series on Intercreedal Cooperation), 1931-1940; Credit Unions, 1938-1949; Seminars for Spanish Speaking, 1920-1951; Encyclicals, 1931-1951; and Publications and Printed material, 1920-1929 and 1943-1953.
Box Folder
25 1 Bresette, Linna E.: Biographical, 1938-1951
  2 Bresette, Linna E.: Personal, 1933-1936
  3 Bills Paid, 1956-1957
  4 Bills Unpaid, 1957
  5 Expense Accounts, 1930-1931
  6 Expense Accounts, 1935-1950
  7 General, 1930-1933
  8 General, 1930-1933
  9 Boylan, Marguerite, 1929-1932
  10 Campbell, Rev. Harold V., 1930-1932
  11 Doherty, Rev. Richard, 1930
  12 Hagerty, James E., 1935-1938
  13 Keller, Leo, 1936
  14 Kenkel, Frederick P., 1936
  15 Lucey, Rev. Robert E., 1936-1937
  16 McCabe, David A., 1931
  17 O'Hara, Rev. Edwin, 1930-1932
  18 O'Neill, Gordon, 1936
  19 Rothwell, Bernard J., 1936-1936
  20 St. Aubin, Percival D., 1936
  21 Settle, Anna H., 1929-1931
  22 Spencer, Mary E., 1930
        See reference material on her provided by Jack Augenstine in 1998.
  23 Inter-office Memoranda, Etc.: Business Office, 1931
  24 Inter-office Memoranda, Etc.: Heffron, NCCM, 1936-1938
  25 Inter-office Memoranda, Etc.: Keenan, Beatrice, 1937-1938
  26 Inter-office Memoranda, Etc.: Legal Department, 1930-1932
  27 Inter-office Memoranda, Etc.: McGowan, Father Raymond A., 1937-1938
  28 Inter-office Memoranda, Etc.: Mohler, Bruce, 1933
  29 Inter-office Memoranda, Etc.: Montavon, William F., 1930
  30 Inter-office Memoranda, Etc.: National Council of Catholic Men-Industrial Relations Committee, 1930-1931
  31 Inter-office Memoranda, Etc.: Ready, Rev. Michael J., 1934, 1938
  32 Inter-office Memoranda, Etc.: Ryan, Rev. John A., 1935-1938
  33 Inter-office Memoranda, Etc.: Schaeffer, Catherine, 1936-1937
  34 National Council of Catholic Women: General, 1920-1933
  35 National Council of Catholic Women: General, 1920-1934
  36 National Council of Catholic Women: General, n.d.
  36 National Council of Catholic Women: General, n.d.
  37 National Council of Catholic Women: Regan, Agnes, 1936
  38 National Council of Catholic Women: Lynch, Margaret, 1936-1937
  39 National Council of Catholic Women: Yewman, Cecilia, 1928-1937
  40 National Council of Catholic Women: Inter-office and Correspondence: Inter-office, 1930-1933
  41 National Council of Catholic Women: Inter-office and Correspondence: Correspondence, 1942-1943
  42 National Council of Catholic Women: Inter-office and Correspondence: Correspondence, 1945
  43 National Council of Catholic Women: Inter-office and Correspondence: Correspondence and Inter-office, 1946
  44 National Council of Catholic Women: Inter-office and Correspondence: D-H, 1933-1934
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26 1 National Council of Catholic Women: Industrial Committee, 1927-1928
  2 National Council of Catholic Women: Industrial Committee, 1930-1931
  3 National Council of Catholic Women: Industrial Committee, 1936
  4 National Council of Catholic Women: Industrial Committee, 1942
  5 National Council of Catholic Women: Industrial Committee, 1943
  6 National Council of Catholic Women: Industrial Committee, 1943
  7 National Council of Catholic Women: Industrial Committee, 1944
  8 National Council of Catholic Women: Social Action Committee, 1945
  9 National Council of Catholic Women: Conventions and Meetings: Denver, 1930
  10 National Council of Catholic Women: Conventions and Meetings, 1931
  11 National Council of Catholic Women: Conventions and Meetings: St. Paul, 1933
  12 National Council of Catholic Women: Conventions and Meetings: Galveston, 1936
  13 National Council of Catholic Women: Conventions and Meetings, 1950
  14 National Council of Catholic Women: Conventions and Meetings: Regional Meeting, Denver, 1940-1941
  15 American Association of Social Workers, 1937
  16 Biographies, n.d.
  17 Catholic Action, 1932-1934
  18 Catholic Association for International Peace (CAIP), 1942-1946
  19 Circulars, 1948-1951
  20 Clippings, Literature, 1949
  21 District of Columbia Legislative Council, 1922-1928
  22 ERA Material, 1929-1932
  23 ERA Material, 1944-1945
  24 ERA Material, 1944-1945
  25 ERA Material, 1945-1946
  26 Federal Agencies-List of and Description, 1934-1943
  27 Foreign Policy Association, 1937
  28 Garment Label Council, 1936
  29 General Advisory Commission on Protection of Young Workers, 1945
  30 Haas, Francis J., 1933-1936
  31 Hagerty, Dr.--Death, 1946
  32 Handbook, Social Action Committee, National Council of Catholic Women (NCCW), n.d.
  33 Hotels, 1937-1938
  34 Hotels and Agents, 1938
  35 Industry Council Plan, 1948
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27 1 Inter-American Catholic Social Action Confederation, 1948
  2 Inter-American Committee, National Council of Catholic Women (NCCW), 1942-1946
  3 Inter-American Committee on Social Studies, 1942
  4 International Labor Organization (ILO), 1948
  5 International Labor Organization (ILO), 1948
  6 International League of Catholic Women, 1925-1928
  7 International League of Catholic Women, 1930-1932
  8 International League of Catholic Women, 1936-1938
  9 International League of Catholic Women, 1936-1938
  10 International League of Catholic Women, 1932-1933, 1946
  11 International Union of Catholic Women's Leagues, 1931-1934
  12 Labor Legislative Conference, 1949
  13 Middle Income Housing Conference, 1949-1950
  14 National Catholic Interracial Federation, n.d.
  15 National Child Labor Committee, 1948
  16 National Committee on the Status of Women, 1949
  17 National Conference of Catholic Charities (NCCC), 1929-1933
  18 National Conference of Catholic Charities (NCCC), 1929
  19 National Conference of Catholic Charities (NCCC), 1930
  20 National Conference of Catholic Charities (NCCC), 1931
  21 National Conference of Catholic Charities (NCCC), 1933
  22 National Conference of Catholic Charities (NCCC), 1934
  23 National Conference of Social Work, 1950
  24 National Housing Conference, 1950
  25 National Housing Conference, 1950
  26 National Catholic School of Social Service (NCSSS) - Institute, 1942
  27 Pan American Union, 1944.
  28 Parish Credit Union National Committee, 1930-1952
  29 Physicians Forum, 1944-1945
  30 Rural Life, 1931-1934
  31 Ryan, John A., 1928-1935
  32 Ryan, John A. - Cleveland Speech, 1942
  33 Ryan, John A. - Howard University Address, 1943
  34 Ryan, John A. - Testimonial Dinner, 1943
  35 Social Action Department, Work of, 1928-1942
  36 Speeches-Bresette and others, n.d.
  37 Statements of Bishops, 1949
  38 Student Loans, 1931
  39 Taft-Hartley Bill, ca. 1949
  40 United States: Bureau of Reclamation, 1946
  41 United States: Children's Bureau, 1925-1933
  42 United States: Children's Bureau, 1946
  43 United States: Office of Price Administration, 1945-1946
  44 United States: Women's Bureau, 1946
  45 United States: Women's Bureau - Meeting, 1946
  46 United States: Women's Bureau - Correspondence, 1944-1945
  47 White House Conference, 1950-1951
  48 Who's Who Correspondence, n.d.
  49 Women in Industry: Correspondence, ca. 1948
  50 Women in Industry: Vocational Training, 1940
  51 Women in War Work, 1941-1945
  52 Women's Charter, 1936
  53 Women's Charter, 1937
  54 Women's Charter, 1938-1939
  55 Women's Land Army, 1943
        Includes photographs
  56 Women's Land Army, 1943
        Includes photographs
  57 Women's Study Clubs, 1935
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28 1 CCIP: Information File, 1949-1951
  2 CCIP: History: Press Releases, 1928-1951
  3 CCIP: History: Bressette Article, 1951
  4 CCIP: History: Bressette Article, 1951-1952
  5 CCIP: Correspondence with Ordinaries, 1948-1952
  6 CCIP: Correspondence with Ordinaries, 1948-1953
  7 CCIP: Correspondence with Ordinaries, 1948-1956
  8 CCIP: Mailing Lists, ca. 1956
  9 CCIP: Officers and Members, 1927-1928
  10 CCIP: Prospective Members, 1928-1934
  11 CCIP: Membership Letters, 1930
  12 CCIP: Membership Letters, 1934-1936
  13 CCIP: Election of Officers, 1949
  14 CCIP: Memberships, 1949-1950
  15 CCIP: Memberships-To 1957, ca. 1957
  16 CCIP: Administration, 1942-1957
  17 CCIP: Bank Statements, 1953-1957
  18 CCIP: Quarterly Statements, 1944-1956
  19 CCIP: Biographical Sketches, n.d.
  20 CCIP: Biographical Sketches, n.d.
  21 CCIP: Biographical Sketches, n.d.
  22 CCIP: Brochure, 1952
  23 CCIP: Bulletins, 1950-1957
  24 CCIP: Constitution, 1924-1948
  25 CCIP: Executive Committee, 1937
  26 CCIP: Financial, 1938-1957
  27 CCIP: First Meeting, n.d.
  28 CCIP: Local Catholic Conferences on Industrial Relations, ca. 1942
  29 CCIP: Material Sent to Members, 1938-1940
  30 CCIP: New Orleans: Meeting and Survey, 1940
  31 CCIP: New Orleans: Meeting and Survey, 1940
  32 CCIP: New Orleans: Meeting and Survey - Binder, 1940
  33 CCIP: New Orleans: Meeting and Survey - Binder, 1940
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29 1 CCIP: Programs: Meetings, 1923-1941
  2 CCIP: Programs: Atlanta, Georgia, 1943
  3 CCIP: Programs: Baltimore, Maryland, 1932
  4 CCIP: Programs: Berlin, New Hampshire, 1948
  5 CCIP: Programs: Boston, Massachusetts, 1946-1951
  6 CCIP: Programs: Brooklyn, New York, 1942-1944
  7 CCIP: Programs: Burlington, Vermont, 1944
  8 CCIP: Programs: Butte, Montana, 1944
  9 CCIP: Programs: Chicago, Illinois, 1941-1950
  10 CCIP: Programs: Cincinnati, Ohio, 1942
  11 CCIP: Programs: Cleveland, Ohio, 1945
  12 CCIP: Programs: Columbus, Ohio, 1946
  13 CCIP: Programs: Davenport, Iowa, n.d.
  14 CCIP: Programs: Erie, Pennsylvania, ca. 1943
  15 CCIP: Programs: Hartford, Connecticut, 1946
  16 CCIP: Programs: Indianapolis, Indiana, 1939
  17 CCIP: Programs: Kansas City, Missouri, 1934
  18 CCIP: Programs: Manchester, New Hampshire, 1947
  19 PCCIP: rograms: New Orleans, Louisiana, 1951
  20 CCIP: Programs: New York, New York, 1933
  21 CCIP: Programs: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1942
  22 CCIP: Programs: Portland, Oregon, 1945-1951
  23 CCIP: Programs: Portland, Oregon (Northwest Regional), 1947
  24 CCIP: Programs: Richmond, Virginia, 1943
  25 CCIP: Programs: Rochester, New York, 1947
  26 CCIP: Programs: Sacramento, California, 1947
  27 CCIP: Programs: San Antonio, Texas, 1942-1949
  28 CCIP: Programs: San Francisco, California, 1941
  29 CCIP: Programs: Seattle, Washington, 1939
  30 CCIP: Programs: Spokane, Washington, 1945
  31 CCIP: Programs: Steubenville, Ohio, 1950
  32 CCIP: Programs: Toledo, Ohio, 1944
  33 CCIP: Programs: Washington, D.C., 1930, 1942
  34 CCIP: Programs: Wheeling, West Virginia, 1943
  35 CCIP: Programs: Negro in Industry (Special Meetings), 1930-1933
  36 CCIP: Proposed Committee Correspondence, 1950
  37 CCIP: Promotion, 1930-1947
  38 CCIP: Questionaire Returns, 1950
  39 CCIP: Regional Conferences, 1928-1930
  40 CCIP: Responses, 1938
  41 General: History, 1951
  42 General: Forms, 1942-1943
  43 General: Student Lists, 1937-1950
  44 General: Photos of students (Photocopies), n.d.
        Originals moved to Photo Series, Box 71, 8/99
  45 General: Publicity, 1937-1950
  46 General: Publicity, n.d.
  47 General: Reports, 1938-1947
  48 Institutes: Letters of Appeal, 1939
  49 Institutes: Publicity, 1939
  50 General: Questionnaires, 1938
  51 Institutes: General, 1940-1942
  52 Institutes: Contest, 1940
  53 Institutes: Program, 1940
  54 Institutes: Publicity, 1940
  55 Institutes: General, 1941
  56 Institutes: Statement Expense, 1941
  57 Institutes: Finances, 1942
  58 Institutes: Organization, 1942
  59 Institutes: Publicity, 1942
  60 Institutes: Registration, 1942
  61 Institutes: General Correspondence, 1943
  62 Institutes: Financial, 1943
  63 Institutes: Organization, 1943
  64 Institutes: Program, 1943
  65 Institutes: Publicity, 1943
  66 Institutes: General, 1944
  67 Institutes: Expense Account, 1944
  68 Institutes: Finances, 1945
  69 Institutes: General Correspondence, 1948
  70 Institutes: Donations and Payments, 1948
  71 Institutes: Student Lists, 1948
  72 Institutes: General, 1949
  73 Institutes: Applications, 1949
  74 Institutes: Applications, 1949
  75 Institutes: Financial Records, 1949
  76 Institutes: Program and Membership List, 1949
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30 1 Institutes, 1950
  2 Institutes: Expenses, 1950
  3 Institutes: Inter-Group Program, 1950
  4 Institutes: Programs, 1950
  5 Institutes: Publicity, 1950
  6 Institutes: Publicity, 1950
  7 Institute for Social Action Chairmen: General, 1950
  8 Institute for Social Action Chairmen: Program, 1950
  9 Institute for Social Action Chairmen: Return Application, 1950
  10 Institute on Industry: Donations, 1950
  11 Institute on Industry: Program, 1950
  12 Institute on Industry: Return Application, 1950
  13 Institute on Industry: Solicitations and Correspondence, 1950
  14 General, 1938-1940
  15 General, 1940-1943
  16 General, 1938-1940, 1949
  17 Labor Plays, n.d.
  18 Questionnaires, Clippings, Etc., 1939-1940
  19 Study Club Outlines, ca. 1941
  20 Lists of Priests, n.d.
  21 Priests Meetings, 1949
  22 Priests' Schools, 1938
  23 Priests' Schools, 1940-1941
  24 Sermons for Priests on Principles of Social Justice: Ownership of Goods, n.d.
  25 Sermons for Priests on Principles of Social Justice: Dignity of Labor, n.d.
  26 Sermons for Priests on Principles of Social Justice: Labor's Right to Organize, n.d.
  27 Sermons for Priests on Principles of Social Justice: The Living Wage, n.d.
  28 Sermons for Priests on Principles of Social Justice: The Morality of the Strike, n.d.
  29 Sermons for Priests on Principles of Social Justice: Communism, n.d.
  30 Sermons for Priests on Principles of Social Justice: The State and Social Justice, n.d.
  31 Sermons for Priests on Principles of Social Justice: Church and Social Justice, n.d.
  32 Conference on Permanent Preventives of Unemployment-Expenses, 1931-1932
  33 Interfaith Meetings-Programs and Memoranda, 1938
  34 Interfaith Conference on Unemployment: Invitation List, 1940
  35 Interfaith Conference on Unemployment: Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1940
  36 Interfaith Conference on Unemployment: Form Letters, 1940
  37 Interfaith Conference on Unemployment: Program, 1940
  38 Interfaith Conference on Unemployment: Report, 1940
  39 Parish Credit Union Letters, 1938-1942
  40 Correspondence, 1940-1946
  41 Requests for Literature, 1941-1948
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31 1 General: Correspondence, Printed Material, 1920-1950
  2 General: Correspondence, Printed Material, 1942-1946
  3 Bishops Committee: Correspondence, ca. 1950
  4 Bishops Committee: Minutes, Memoranda, n.d.
  5 Birch, Father John J.: Correspondence, Printed Material, 1944-1949
  6 Mexican Migrants: Correspondence, Printed Material, 1949-1951
  7 Migratory Workers: Correspondence, Printed Material, 1945-1949
  8 Spanish Speaking Peoples: Correspondence, Printed Material, 1949
  9 Sullivan, Father John P.: Correspondence, 1945
  10 Seminars: General, 1943
  11 Seminars: General, 1943
  12 Seminars: Committee Outline, 1943
  13 Seminars: Follow Up Report, 1943
  14 Seminars: Inter-Cultural Workshop, 1943
  15 Seminars: Preliminary Plans, 1943
  16 Seminars: Progress Report - Catholic Action Articles, 1943
  17 Seminars: Report, 1943
  18 Seminars: Reports and Progress Reports, 1943
  19 Seminars: Schaefer, Catherine, 1943
  20 Seminars: Telegrams and Expenses, 1943
  21 Seminars: Correspondence, 1944
  22 Seminars: Progress Report, 1944
  23 Seminars: General, 1946
  24 Reconstructing the Social Order, 1931
  25 Reconstructing the Social Order: Fifth Anniversary, 1936
  26 Rerum Novarum, Reconstructing the Social Order: General, 1939-1941
  27 Rerum Novarum, Reconstructing the Social Order: Celebration, 1941
  28 Rerum Novarum, Reconstructing the Social Order: Celebration, 1941
  29 Rerum Novarum, Reconstructing the Social Order: Special Meeting, Kansas City, 1941
  30 Rerum Novarum, Reconstructing the Social Order Celebration, 1951
  31 Miscellaneous, 1920-1929
  32 Miscellaneous, 1943-1953
                       
Series 12: Records of the Catholic Conference on Industrial Problems (CCIP), 1922-1951 (8 Boxes)
Files consists primarily of correspondence relating to the various meetings across America, 1922-1949, and similar material, including financial, of the Interracial Secretary, 1923-1951. The CCIP was conceived as an association to discuss and promote the study and understanding of industrial problems. The conference's principal activity was to discuss but not vote on any question of industrial policy. Attendance was drawn primarily from representatives of labor, education, and social work as well as some employers such as Patrick Henry Callahan. The conference was an important means of disseminating Catholic social thought but eventually gave way to a successor organization of broader scope, the National Catholic Social Action Conference (see next series), for which the department also provided the secretariat.
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32 1 Organizational Plans, 1935
  2 Preliminary Meetings, Chicago, December 1922
  3 Meetings: Pittsburgh, 1924
  4 Meetings: Pittsburgh, 1924
  5 Meetings: Cleveland, 1926
  6 Meetings: Springfield, Illinois, January 1927
  7 Meetings: Harrisburg, PA, March 1927
  8 Meetings: Detroit, July 1927
  9 Meetings: Buffalo, November 1927
  10 Meetings: Buffalo, November 1927
  11 Meetings: Buffalo, November 1927
  12 Meetings: Milwaukee, March 1928
  13 Meetings: Saint Louis, March 1928
  14 Meetings: Saint Louis, March 1928
  15 Meetings: Cincinnati, June 1928
  16 Meetings: Cincinnati, June 1928
  17 Meetings: Cincinnati, June 1928
  18 Meetings: Hartford, December 1928
  19 Meetings: Hartford, December 1928
  20 Meetings: Wheeling, West Virginia, March 1929
  21 Meetings: Detroit, April 1929
  22 Meetings: Green Bay, April/May 1929
  23 Meetings: Denver, May 1929
  24 Meetings: Providence, January 1930
  25 Meetings: Indianapolis, January 1930
  26 Meetings: Pittsburgh, February 1930
  27 Meetings: Pittsburgh, February 1930
  28 Meetings: Cleveland, March 1930
  29 Meetings: Los Angeles, March 1930
  34 Photographs, n.d.
        Moved to Photo Room in Main Archives Office
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33 1 Meetings: Pueblo, Colorado, May 1930
  2 Meetings: Denver, May 1930
  3 Meetings: Saint Paul, June 1930
  4 Meetings: Washington, D.C., December 1930
  5 Meetings: Washington, D.C., December 1930
  6 Meetings: Washington, D.C., December 1930
  7 Meetings: Denver, April 1931
  8 Meetings: Rochester, October 1931
  9 Meetings: Rochester, October 1931
  10 Meetings: Wichita, October 1931
  11 Meetings: Milwaukee, November 1931
  12 Meetings: Minneapolis (Proposed), 1931
  13 Meetings, 1931
  14 Meetings: Conferences, General, 1932
  15 Meetings: New Bedford, February 1932
  16 Meetings: New Bedford, February 1932
  17 Meetings: New Bedford, February 1932
  18 Meetings: Los Angeles, April 1932
  19 Meetings: Los Angeles, April 1932
  20 Meetings: Los Angeles, April 1932
  21 Meetings: Los Angeles, April 1932
  22 Meetings: Denver, April 1932
  23 Meetings: Denver, April 1932
  24 Meetings: Baltimore, May 1932
  25 Meetings: Baltimore, May 1932
  26 Meetings: Baltimore, May 1932
  27 Meetings: Providence, November 1932
  28 Meetings: Providence, November 1932
  29 Meetings: Providence, November 1932
  30 Meetings: Providence, November 1932
  31 Meetings: Providence, November 1932
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34 1 Meetings: Albany, December 1932
  2 Meetings: Albany, December 1932
  3 Meetings, December 1932
  4 Meetings: Detroit (Canceled), 1932
  5 Meetings: New York, February 1933
  6 Meetings: New York, February 1933
  7 Meetings: New York, February 1933
  8 Meetings: New York, February 1933
  9 Meetings: New York, February 1933
  10 Meetings: New York, February 1933
  11 Meetings: Fort Wayne, March 1933
  12 Meetings: Fort Wayne, March 1933
  13 Meetings: Fort Wayne, March 1933
  14 Meetings: San Francisco, May 1933
  15 Meetings: San Francisco, May 1933
  16 Meetings: San Francisco, May 1933
  17 Meetings: San Francisco, May 1933
  18 Meetings: Chicago, October 1933
  19 Meetings: Chicago, October 1933
  20 Meetings: Chicago, October 1933
  21 Meetings: Chicago, October 1933
  22 Meetings: Detroit, December 1933
  23 Meetings: Detroit, December 1933
  24 Meetings: Detroit, December 1933
  25 Meetings: Detroit, December 1933
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35 1 Meetings: Denver, March 1934
  2 Meetings: Denver, March 1934
  3 Meetings: Denver, March 1934
  4 Meetings: Los Angeles, April/May 1934
  5 Meetings: Los Angeles, May 1934
  6 Meetings: Los Angeles, May 1934
  7 Meetings: Kansas City, May 1934
  8 Meetings: Kansas City, May 1934
  9 Meetings: Kansas City, May 1934
  10 Meetings: Harrisburg, November 1934
  11 Meetings: Harrisburg, November 1934
  12 Meetings: Harrisburg, November 1934
  13 Meetings: Harrisburg, November 1934
  14 Meetings: Buffalo, December 1934
  15 Meetings: Buffalo, December 1934
  16 Meetings: Buffalo, December 1934
  17 Meetings: Buffalo, December 1934
  18 Meetings: Saint Louis, February 1935
  19 Meetings: Saint Louis, February 1935
  20 Meetings: Cincinnati, March 1935
  21 Meetings: Denver, May 1935
  22 Meetings: Denver, May 1935
  23 Meetings: Syracuse, December 1935
  24 Meetings: Syracuse, December 1935
  25 Meetings: Syracuse, December 1935
  26 Meetings: Chicago, January 1936
  27 Meetings: Chicago, January 1936
  28 Meetings: Chicago, January 1936
  29 Meetings: Schenectady, February 1936
  30 Meetings: Schenectady, February 1936
  31 Meetings: Washington, DC, March 1936
  32 Meetings: Washington, DC, March 1936
  33 Meetings: Washington, DC, March 1936
  34 Meetings: Philadelphia, May 1936
  35 Meetings: Philadelphia, May 1936
  36 Meetings: San Francisco, June 1936
  37 Meetings: San Francisco, June 1936
  38 Meetings: San Francisco, June 1936
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36 1 Meetings: Rochester - Publicity, November 1936
  2 Meetings: Rochester - Speeches, November 1936
  3 Meetings: Des Moines - Speeches, February 1937
  4 Meetings: Des Moines - Speeches, February 1937
  5 Meetings: Des Moines - Speeches, February 1937
  6 Meetings: Fresno, March 1937
  7 Meetings: Indianapolis, September 1937
  8 Meetings: Indianapolis, September 1937
  9 Meetings: Davenport, October 1937
  10 Meetings: Brooklyn, January 1938
  11 Meetings: Brooklyn, January 1938
  12 Meetings: Brooklyn, January 1938
  13 Meetings: Detroit - Publicity, January 1939
  14 Meetings: Detroit - Speeches, January 1939
  15 Meetings: Indianapolis, February 1939
  16 Meetings: Philadelphia - Publicity, March 1939
  17 Meetings: Philadelphia - Speeches, March 1939
  18 Meetings: Philadelphia - Speeches, March 1939
  19 Meetings: Seattle - Publicity, August 1939
  20 Meetings: Seattle - Speeches, August 1939
  21 Meetings: Seattle - Speeches, August 1939
  22 Meetings: Dubuque - Publicity, December 1939
  23 Meetings: Dubuque - Speeches, December 1939
  24 Meetings: New Orleans - Publicity, April 1940
  25 Meetings: New Orleans - Speeches, April 1940
  26 Meetings: Buffalo, May 1940
  27 Meetings: Rochester - Committees, September 1940
  28 Meetings: Rochester - Organization, Program, September 1940
  29 Meetings: Rochester - Speeches, September 1940
  30 Meetings: Camden - Committee and Mailing List, January 1941
  31 Meetings: Camden - Publicity, January 1941
  32 Meetings : Camden - Speeches, January 1941
  33 Meetings: Saint Louis - Organization, Program, March 1941
  34 Meetings: Saint Louis - Publicity, March 1941
  35 Meetings: Saint Louis - Speeches, March 1941
  36 Meetings: Chicago - Organization, Program, May 1941
  37 Meetings: Chicago - Speeches, May 1941
  38 Meetings: Chicago - Speeches, May 1941
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37 1 Meetings: San Francisco - General, September/October 1941
  2 Meetings: San Francisco - Committees, September/October 1941
  3 Meetings: San Francisco - Expenses, September/October 1941
  4 Meetings: San Francisco - Publicity, September/October 1941
  5 Meetings: San Francisco - Speeches, September/October 1941
  6 Meetings: San Francisco - Speeches, September/October 1941
  7 Meetings: San Francisco - Speeches, September/October 1941
  8 Meetings: Harrisburg - Circular Letters, December 1941
  9 Meetings: Harrisburg - Publicity, December 1941
  10 Meetings: Harrisburg - Speeches, December 1941
  11 Meetings: Washington, D.C. - Committees, January 1942
  12 Meetings: Washington, D.C. - Committees, January 1942
  13 Meetings: Washington, D.C. - Organization Program, January 1942
  14 Meetings: Washington, D.C. - Publicity, January 1942
  15 Meetings: Washington, D.C. - Speeches, January 1942
  16 Meetings: Pittsburgh - General, February 1942
  17 Meetings: Pittsburgh - Expenses, February 1942
  18 Meetings: Pittsburgh - Organization Program, February 1942
  19 Meetings: Pittsburgh - Publicity, February 1942
  20 Meetings: Pittsburgh - Speeches, February 1942
  21 Meetings: Brooklyn - General, March 1942
  22 Meetings: Brooklyn - Organization, March 1942
  23 Meetings: Brooklyn - Speeches, March 1942
  24 Meetings: Brooklyn - Speeches, March 1942
  25 Meetings: Brooklyn - Speeches, March 1942
  26 Meetings: San Antonio - Organization, Program, April 1942
  27 Meetings: San Antonio - Publicity, April 1942
  28 Meetings: San Antonio - Speeches, April 1942
  29 Meetings: Cincinnati - Expenses, December 1942
  30 Meetings: Cincinnati - Organization, December 1942
  31 Meetings: Cincinnati - Publicity, December 1942
  32 Meetings: Cincinnati - Speeches, December 1942
  33 Meetings: Atlanta - Organization, February 1943
  34 Meetings: Atlanta - Publicity, February 1943
  35 Meetings: Atlanta - Speeches, February 1943
  36 Meetings: Atlanta - Speeches, February 1943
  37 Meetings: Wheeling, West Virginia - Committees, March 1943
  38 Meetings: Wheeling, West Virginia - Expenses, March 1943
  39 Meetings: Wheeling, West Virginia - Publicity, March 1943
  40 Meetings: Wheeling, West Virginia - Speeches, March 1943
  41 Meetings: Erie - Expenses, May 1943
  42 Meetings: Erie - Publicity, May 1943
  43 Meetings: Erie - Speeches, May 1943
  44 Meetings: Richmond - Committees, December 1943
  45 Meetings: Richmond - Expenses, December 1943
  46 Meetings: Richmond - Publicity, December 1943
  47 Meetings: Richmond - Report, December 1943
  48 Meetings: Richmond - Speeches, December 1943
  49 Meetings: Chicago - General, February 1944
  50 Meetings: Chicago - Expenses, February 1944
  51 Meetings: Chicago - Publicity, February 1944
  52 Meetings: Toledo - Expenses, March 1944
  53 Meetings: Toledo - Publicity, March 1944
  54 Meetings: Toledo - Speeches, March 1944
  55 Meetings: Brooklyn, April 1944
  56 Meetings: Butte - Miscellaneous, May 1944
  57 Meetings: Butte - Speeches, May 1944
  58 Meetings: Washington, D.C., February 1945
  59 Meetings: Brooklyn, April 1945
  60 Meetings: Cleveland - General, September 1945
  61 Meetings: Cleveland - Publicity, September 1945
  62 Meetings: Cleveland - Publicity, September 1945
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38 1 Meetings: Cleveland - Expenses, September 1945
  2 Meetings: Cleveland - Speeches, September 1945
  3 Meetings: Spokane - General, October 1945
  4 Meetings: Spokane - Committees, October 1945
  5 Meetings: Spokane - Expenses, October 1945
  6 Meetings: Spokane - Speeches, October 1945
  7 Meetings: Spokane - Speeches, October 1945
  8 Meetings: Spokane - Speeches and Programs, October 1945
  9 Meetings: Portland - Expenses, November 1945
  10 Meetings: Portland - Publicity, November 1945
  11 Meetings: Portland - Speeches and Programs, November 1945
  12 Meetings: Boston - General, February 1946
  13 Meetings: Boston - Committees, February 1946
  14 Meetings: Boston - Expenses, February 1946
  15 Meetings: Boston - Publicity, February 1946
  16 Meetings: Boston - Responses to Archbishop's Letter, February 1946
  17 Meetings: Hartford - General, September 1946
  18 Meetings: Hartford - General, September 1946
  19 Meetings: Hartford - Mailing List, September 1946
  20 Meetings: Hartford - Publicity, September 1946
  21 Meetings: Hartford - Speeches, September 1946
  22 Meetings: Portland, Oregon - Publicity, October 1946
  23 Meetings: Portland, Oregon - Speeches, October 1946
  24 Meetings: Columbus, Ohio - General, December 1946
  25 Meetings: Columbus, Ohio - Speeches, December 1946
  26 Meetings: Trenton, 1946
        Never held?
  27 Meetings: Sacramento, 1947
  28 Meetings: Portland, Oregon - General, October 1949
  29 Meetings: Portland, Oregon - General, October 1949
  30 Meetings: Davenport - General, March 1949
  31 Meetings: Davenport - General, March 1949
  32 Meetings: Davenport - Post Conference Correspondence, March 1949
  33 Meetings: Chicago, May 1949
  34 Meetings: Trenton, 1949
        Never held?
  35 Meetings: Steubenville - Correspondence, January 1950
  36 Meetings: Steubenville - Correspondence, January 1950
  37 Meetings: Steubenville - Correspondence, January 1950
  38 Meetings: Steubenville - Expenses, January 1950
  39 Meetings: Steubenville - Publicity, January 1950
  40 Meetings: Portland, December 1950
  41 Meetings: Joliet - General, 1950
        Cancelled
  42 Meetings: Joliet - Correspondence, 1950
        Cancelled
  43 Meetings - Correspondence: Joliet, 1950
        Cancelled
  44 Meetings - Mailing List: Joliet, 1950
        Cancelled
  45 Meetings - Programs: Joliet, 1950
        Cancelled
  46 Meetings - Washington and Personal: Joliet, 1950
        Cancelled
  47 Meetings: New Orleans - General, May 1951
  48 Meetings: New Orleans - Correspondence, May 1951
  49 Meetings: New Orleans - Expenses, May 1951
  50 Meetings: New Orleans - Membership, May 1951
  51 Meetings: New Orleans - Press and Radio, May 1951
  52 Meetings: New Orleans - Report, May 1951
  53 Meetings: Boston - General, October 1951
  54 Meetings: Boston - General, October 1951
  55 Meetings: Boston - Speeches, October 1951
  56 Meetings: Portland, Oregon, December 1951
  57 General: Suggestions on Advisory Committee, 1946
  58 General: Cort Report on Lay Action Organizations, n.d.
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39 1 General: Negro Problem, 1929
  2 Meetings: Negro in Industry - Memoranda, 1931-1935
  3 Meetings: American Negro Exposition, Chicago, 1940
  4 Meetings: Negro-White Conference, Washington, DC, 1945
  5 Meetings: Negro Seminar, 1945
  6 Meetings: First Seminar on Negro Problem, 1945
  7 Meetings: Negro Seminar, 1946
  8 Meetings: Negro Seminar - Reports, 1946
  9 Meetings: Richmond, VA, 1948
  10 Meetings: Covington, Kentucky, 1950
  11 Meetings: Raleigh Diocese, 1950
  12 Topics: Anti-Semitism, n.d.
  13 Topics: F.E.P.C. (Fair Employment Practice Commission)- Memoranda and Letters, 1944-1945
  14 Topics: Catholics and F.E.P.C., 1944
  15 Topics: Friendship House, 1946-1951
  16 Topics: Friendship House, 1946-1951
  17 Topics: Legislation, 1946-1947
  18 Topics: Morality of the Color Line, n.d.
  19 Topics: Morality of the Color Line, n.d.
  20 Topics: N.A.I.R.O. (National Association of the Intergroup Relations Officials), 1948-1951
  21 Topics: N.A.I.R.O. (National Association of the Intergroup Relations Officials), 1948-1951
  22 Publicity, 1946
  23 Publicity: Photographs (Photocopies), 1947-1951
        Originals moved to Photo Series, Box 71, 8/99
  24 Publicity, 1947-1951
  25 Publicity, 1947-1951
  26 Publicity, 1947-1951
  27 Miscellaneous Printed Material, n.d.
  28 Miscellaneous Printed Material, n.d.
  29 Miscellaneous Printed Material, n.d.
  30 Miscellaneous Printed Material, n.d.
  31 Miscellaneous Printed Material, n.d.
  32 General: Personal/Inter-Office, 1945
  33 General: Bank Statements and Checks, 1947-1950
  34 C.C.I.P. Publications, 1923-1924
  35 C.C.I.P. Publications, 1925-1927
  36 C.C.I.P. Publications, 1928
  37 C.C.I.P. Publications, 1929
  38 C.C.I.P. Publications, 1930
  39 C.C.I.P. Publications, 1931
  40 C.C.I.P. Publications, 1932
  41 C.C.I.P. Publications, 1933
  42 C.C.I.P. Publications, 1934
  43 C.C.I.P. Publications, 1935
  44 C.C.I.P. Publications, 1936
  45 C.C.I.P. Publications, 1939-1940
                       
Series 13: Records relating to the National Social Action Conference, 1956-1957 (1 Box)
Correspondence and reference files regarding the meetings of this organization founded to stimulate, guide, and assist American Catholics to undertake social action and make sound principles operative in American social institutions. It succeeded the Catholic Conference on Industrial Problems and was provided a secretariat by the department.
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40 1 New Orleans: Correspondence, September 1956
  2 New Orleans: Correspondence, September 1956
  3 New Orleans: Correspondence, September 1956
  4 New Orleans: Correspondence, September 1956
  5 New Orleans: Correspondence, September 1956
  6 New Orleans: Correspondence, September 1956
  7 New Orleans: Correspondence, September 1956
  8 New Orleans: Programs, September 1956
  9 New Orleans: Session Material, September 1956
  10 New Orleans: Survey, September 1956
  11 Chicago: General, April 1957
  12 Chicago: Survey, April 1957
                       
Series 14: Records relating to Workers' Schools, 1936-1946 (1 Box)
Some correspondence as well as course material and literature. Organized to give workers training in unionism based upon Christian principles, labor schools grew throughout the country. Consideration was given to topics such as labor ethics, the encyclicals, labor relations, trade union practices, economics, public speaking, and parliamentary law.
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40 13 General: Correspondence, 1940-1944
  14 General: Correspondence, 1940-1944
  15 General: Addresses of Active Schools, 1942-1945
  16 General: Diocesan Social Action Projects (Labor Schools and Related Projects), ca. 1948
  17 General: Workers' school, 1936
  18 General: Conference on Labor Schools, Cleveland (Report), 1943
  19 General: Report on Diocesan Labor Institute, Hartford, 1943-1944
  20 General: Hickey, J. Analysis of Catholic Labor Schools (Thesis), 1943
  21 Course Related Materials: Labor Course Compiles by C.U. Seminarians, n.d.
  22 Course Related Materials: Labor School Materials, 1938-1946
  23 Course Related Materials: Labor School Materials, 1938-1946
  24 Course Related Materials: Labor School Materials, ca. 1944
  25 Course Related Materials: Labor School Materials, ca. 1944
  26 Course Related Materials: Archdiocesan Labor Institute Mimeographed Materials, ca. 1945
  27 Course Related Materials: Archdiocesan Labor Institute Mimeographed Materials, ca. 1945
  28 Course Related Materials: Bound Notes, Pamphlets, Etc., n.d.
  29 Course Related Materials: Talks, Sermons, Explanations, n.d.
  30 Course Related Materials: Questionnaires, n.d.
  31 Course Related Materials: Theory of Labor Education, 1940
  32 Newsletters: Young Christian Workers, 1945-1946
  33 Newsletters: St. Joseph's College-Institute of Industrial Relations, n.d.
  34 Workers' School Literature : Miscellaneous, 1944-1945
  35 Workers' School Literature a: Miscellaneous, 1944-1945
  36 Workers' School Literature : Miscellaneous, 1944-1945
                       
Series 15: Records relating to Work with Priests, 1937-1946 (2 Boxes)
Files including meetings, study clubs, and sermons. Priests were encouraged to be active in spreading Christian teaching as applied to social and economic questions. This was done through the founding of social action schools for the clergy whose purpose was to study the encyclicals, investigate the facts of industrial and labor conditions, and to review the principles and methods of priests' participation in economic questions.
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41 1 General: Correspondence, 1941
  2 General: Letters from Priests, 1940-1942
  3 General: Social Action Surveys, 1941-1943
  4 General: Social Action Surveys, 1941-1943
  5 General: Social Action Surveys, 1941-1943
  6 General: Priests' Committee for Social Action, ca. 1942
  7 General: Priests' Committee for Social Action, ca. 1942
  8 General: Priests' Work-Program, 1940-1942
  9 General: Priests' Work-Program, 1940-1942
  10 Schools: Detroit, 1939-1940
  11 Schools: Detroit, 1939-1940
  12 Schools: New Orleans, 1940
  13 Meetings: Registration Lists of Priests, 1937-1940
  14 Meetings: Priests Meetings-Suggestions and Program, n.d.
  15 Meetings: Cleveland, September 1943
  16 Meetings: Brooklyn, November 1943
  17 Meetings: Brooklyn, April 1945
  18 Meetings: Editors' Meeting, September 1943
  19 Meetings: Priests' Meeting: Woodstock, MD, November 1945
  20 Meetings: Priests' Meeting: Boston, MA, February 1946
  21 Meetings: Chicago, January 1946
  22 Meetings: New Haven, February 1946
  23 Meetings: New Brunswick, May 1946
  24 Study Clubs: Priests' Study Clubs, 1939-1943
  25 Study Clubs: Study Clubs, 1941-1943
  26 Study Clubs: Study Club Material, ca. 1943
  27 Study Clubs: Study Club Material, ca. 1943
  28 Study Clubs: "Thinking in the Groove", n.d.
  29 Sermons: Correspondence, 1941, 1945
  30 Sermons: Sermons and Social Principles, n.d.
  31 Sermons: Sermons and Outlines for Priests (miscellaneous), 1941
  32 Sermons: Sermons Outline on Encyclicals, ca. 1943
  33 Sermons: Sermons Outline on Encyclicals, ca. 1943
  34 Publicity: Priests' Work-General, 1940-1945
  35 Publicity: Priests' Work-Miscellaneous News, Programs, Etc., 1942-1944
  36 Publicity: Priests' Work-Miscellaneous News, Programs, Etc., 1942-1944
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42 1 General Outline (courses), n.d.
  2 Courses, 1938
  3 Newsletters-Crown Heights Comment, n.d.
                       
Series 16: Records of the Catholic Association for International Peace (CAIP), 1926-1970 (10 Boxes)
Primarily correspondence and printed material organized as follows: Conference files, 1926-1949; Statements, 1927-1966; Publications, 1928-1967; and files of committee member and past president William V. O'Brien, 1949-1970. Organized at CUA in 1927, the CAIP sought to promote world peace through the application of Christian principles to international life. The Social Action Department provided the secretariat and efforts were directed at organizing meetings, with published proceedings, and the publication of study committee statements and papers on special topics.
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43 1 General: Memoranda on the Formation of CAIP, ca. 1927
  2 General: Preliminary Organization Meetings, 1926-1927
  3 General: Names of Persons Invited and Attending Peace Meetings, June and October 1926
  4 General: Constitution and Bylaws, ca. 1926-1927
  5 General: Dr. McGuire's Speech, n.d.
  6 General: McGowan's Correspondence, 1926-1928
  7 General: Foreign Peace Groups, 1927-1931
  8 General: Foreign Peace Groups, 1932-1936
  9 General: Foreign Peace Groups: Germany, 1931
  10 General: Future Regional Conferences, 1935-1936
  11 Meetings: Chicago, 1926
  12 Meetings: Chicago - Minutes, 1926
  13 Meetings: Cleveland - Letters, 1926
  14 Meetings: Cleveland - Programs, Misc., 1926
  15 Meetings: Cleveland - Programs and Proceedings, 1926
  16 Meetings: Washington, D.C. - Correspondence, 1927
  17 Meetings: Washington, D.C. - Program and Committees, 1927
  18 Meetings: Washington, D.C. - Registrants, 1927
  19 Meetings: Washington, D.C. - Regrets, 1927
  20 Meetings: Washington, D.C., 1928
  21 Meetings: Washington, D.C. - Constitution, 1928
  22 Meetings: Washington, DC - Executive Committee, 1928
  23 Meetings: Washington, DC - Executive Committee, 1928
  24 Meetings: Washington, D.C. - Peace Talks, 1928
  25 Meetings: Washington, D.C. - Registrants, 1928
  26 Meetings: Washington, D.C. - Regrets, 1928
  27 Meetings: Washington, D.C., 1929
  28 Meetings: Washington, D.C. - Executive Committee, 1929
  29 Meetings: Washington, D.C., April 1930
  30 Meetings: Chicago, November 1930
  31 Meetings: Chicago - Expenses, November 1930
  32 Meetings: Chicago - Press Releases, November 1930
  33 Meetings: New York, 1931
  34 Meetings: New York - Executive Committee, 1931
  35 Meetings: New York - Expenses, 1931
  36 Meetings: Saint Louis, February 1932
  37 Meetings: Cleveland, April 1932
  38 Meetings: Cleveland - Publicity, April 1932
  39 Meetings: Washington, D.C., April 1933
  40 Meetings: Washington, D.C. - Publicity, April 1933
  41 Meetings: Notre Dame - Expenses, November 1933
  42 Meetings: Notre Dame - Lists, November 1933
  43 Meetings: Notre Dame - Publicity, November 1933
  44 Meetings: Notre Dame - Speech, November 1933
  45 Meetings: Washington, D.C. - Acceptances, April 1934
  46 Meetings: Washington, D.C. - Attendance, April 1934
  47 Meetings: Washington, D.C. - Correspondence, April 1934
  48 Meetings: Washington, D.C. - Publicity, April 1934
  49 Meetings: Washington, D.C. - Speeches, April 1934
  50 Meetings: Marquette, November 1934
  51 Meetings: Marquette: Scrapbook, November 1934
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44 1 Meetings: Notre Dame of Maryland, February 1935
  2 Meetings: Washington, D.C. - Attendance, 1935
  3 Meetings: Washington, D.C. - Committee, 1935
  4 Meetings: Washington, D.C. - Expenses, 1935
  5 Meetings: Washington, D.C. - Press Releases, 1935
  6 Meetings: Washington, D.C. - Program, 1935
  7 Meetings: Washington, D.C. - Publicity, 1935
  8 Meetings: Villanova, May 1935
  9 Meetings: Detroit, November 1935
  10 Meetings: Detroit - Publicity, November 1935
  11 Meetings: Richmond, February 1936
  12 Meetings: San Antonio, March 1936
  13 Meetings: Washington, D.C., April 1936
  14 Meetings: Washington, D.C. - Acceptances, April 1936
  15 Meetings: Washington, D.C. - Four Basic Reports, April 1936
  16 Meetings: Washington, D.C. - Lists, Letters, April 1936
  17 Meetings: Washington, D.C. - Luncheon Session, April 1936
  18 Meetings: Washington, D.C. - Panel Discussion, April 1936
  19 Meetings: Washington, D.C. - Publicity, April 1936
  20 Meetings: Washington, D.C. - Regrets, April 1936
  21 Meetings: Washington, D.C. - Speeches, April 1936
  22 Meetings: St. Mary's College, April 1936
  23 Meetings: Rosary College, November 1936
  24 Meetings: Washington, D.C. - International Dinner, March 1937
  25 Meetings: Washington, D.C. - Program, March 1937
  26 Meetings: Washington, D.C. - Publicity, March 1937
  27 Meetings: Washington, D.C. - Registration, March 1937
  28 Meetings: Washington, D.C. - Second Round Table, March 1937
  29 Meetings: Washington, D.C. - Third Round Table, March 1937
  30 Meetings: Washington, D.C. - Fourth Round Table, March 1937
  31 Meetings: Washington, D.C. - Fifth Round Table, March 1937
  32 Meetings: Washington, D.C. - Speeches, March 1937
  33 Meetings: Dublin Peace Conference, 1937
  34 Meetings: Washington, D.C. - Proceedings, April 1938
  35 Meetings: Washington, D.C. - Easter Program, April 1938
  36 Meetings: Washington, D.C. - Program, April 1938
  37 Meetings: Washington, D.C. - Publicity, April 1938
  38 Meetings: Washington, D.C. - Registration, April 1938
  39 Meetings: Washington, D.C. - Speeches, April 1939
  40 Meetings: Cleveland, June 1938
  41 Meetings: Hague Conference, 1938
  42 Meetings: Washington, D.C. - General, April 1939
  43 Meetings: Washington, D.C. - General, April 1939
  44 Meetings: Washington, D.C. - Economic Relations, April 1939
  45 Meetings: Washington, D.C. - Economic Relations, April 1939
  46 Meetings: Washington, D.C. - Ethics, April 1939
  47 Meetings: Washington, D.C. - International Bill of Rights, April 1939
  48 Meetings: Washington, D.C. - International Dinner, April 1939
  49 Meetings: Washington, D.C. - International Security, April 1939
  50 Meetings: Washington, D.C. - Joint Policy, April 1939
  51 Meetings: Washington, D.C. - Lists, April 1939
  52 Meetings: Washington, D.C. - National Attitudes, April 1939
  53 Meetings: Washington, D.C. - Publicity, April 1939
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45 BV Meetings - Washington, D.C.: Proceedings: Volume, April 1939
  1 Meetings - Washington, D.C.: Publicity, April 1939
  2 Meetings - Chicago, October 1939
  3 Meetings - Washington, D.C.: Attendance, March 1940
  4 Meetings - Washington, D.C.: Correspondence, March 1940
  5 Meetings - Washington, D.C.: Program, March 1940
  6 Meetings - Washington, D.C.: Publicity, March 1940
  7 Meetings - Washington, D.C.: Regional Meetings, March 1940
  8 Meetings - Washington, D.C.: Regrets, March 1940
  9 Meetings - Washington, D.C.: Speeches, March 1940
  10 Meetings: Washington, D.C., February 3, 1941
  11 Meetings: Boston, February 15, 1941
  12 Meetings: Saint Louis, March 5, 1941
  13 Meetings - Washington, D.C.: Committee Sessions, April 1941
  14 Meetings - Washington, D.C.: Correspondence, April 1941
  15 Meetings - Washington, D.C.: Publicity, April 1941
  16 Meetings - Washington, D.C.: Speeches, April 1941
  17 Meetings - New York: Correspondence, December 6, 1941
  18 Meetings - Chicago, December 29, 1941
  19 Meetings - Washington, D.C.: Minutes, January 24, 1942
  20 Meetings - Washington, D.C.: Memo, January 24, 1942
  21 Meetings - Washington, D.C., February 20, 1942
  22 Meetings - Boston, March 28, 1942
  23 Meetings - New York: Committee Work, April 6-7, 1942
  24 Meetings - New York: Invitations, April 6-7, 1942
  25 Meetings - New York: Program, April 6-7, 1942
  26 Meetings - New York: Program, April 6-7, 1942
  27 Meetings - New York: Publicity, April 6-7, 1942
  28 Meetings - New York: Registrations, April 6-7, 1942
  29 Meetings - New York: Reservations, April 6-7, 1942
  30 Meetings - New York: Talks, April 6-7, 1942
  31 Meetings - San Antonio, April 13, 1942
  32 Meetings - Washington, D.C.: Washington, D.C., April 1943
  33 Meetings - Washington, D.C.: Introduction, April 1943
  34 Meetings - Washington, D.C.: Luncheon Reservations, April 1943
  35 Meetings - Washington, D.C.: Pamphlet on Refugees, April 1943
  36 Meetings - Washington, D.C.: Registrations, April 1943
  37 Meetings - Washington, D.C.: Speeches, April 1943
  38 Meetings - New York, May 1, 1943
  39 Meetings - Chicago, May 8, 1943
  40 Meetings - San Antonio, 1943
  41 Meetings - Boston, 1943
  42 Meetings - Kansas City, 1943
  43 Meetings - Detroit, 1943
  44 Meetings - Washington, D.C.: General, April 1944
  45 Meetings - Washington, D.C.: Agenda for Discussion, April 1944
  46 Meetings - Washington, D.C.: Faculty Advisors, April 1944
  47 Meetings - Washington, D.C.: Invitations, April 1944
  48 Meetings - Washington, D.C.: Luncheon and Hotel Reservations, April 1944
  49 Meetings - Washington, D.C. : Nominating Committee, April 1944
  50 Meetings - Washington, D.C.: Registrations, April 1944
  51 Meetings - Washington, D.C.: Regrets, April 1944
  52 Meetings - Washington, D.C.: Speeches, April 1944
  53 Meetings - Washington, D.C.: Speeches, April 1944
  54 Meetings - Washington, D.C.: Speeches, April 1944
  55 Meetings - Chicago, June 1944
  56 Meetings, 1945
  57 Meetings, 1949
  58 Meetings: Miscellaneous Regional Meetings, n.d.
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46 1 CAIP Statements: Master File, 1927-1949
  2 CAIP Statements: Master File, 1950-1966
  3 CAIP Statements: Miscellaneous File, 1937-1950
  4 United States Responsibility to Africa, February 28, 1947
  5 Symposium on Africa, 1947
  6 United States-African Relations, December 30, 1960
  7 Ability of African Leaders, December 7, 1962
  8 The Alliance for Progress Program Cut, October 21, 1963
  9 The Americas and Regionalism, 1947
  10 Antarctic Treaty Statement, August 10, 1960
  11 The United States and Asia, May 1949
  12 Necessity of Increased Asian Aid, June 1, 1955
  13 The Drift in the Atlantic Alliance, May 10, 1963
  14 Preserving Peace on Three Fronts, November 1945
  15 Peace in the Atomic Age, 1945-1947
  16 The Berlin Crisis, March 6, 1959
  17 Bombing and Starvation, 1944
  18 International Boycott, February 1933
  19 The Bretton Woods Agreement, 1945
  20 The Bricker Resolution, April 5, 1953
  21 The British Loan, April 11, 1946
  22 The Buenos Aires Convention, 1937?
  23 Can the World Feed Itself?, 1950
  24 Catholics and Jews, by Gregory Feige, 1945
  25 U.S. Obligations in China and the Far East, November 1949
  26 Notes on China, May 12, 1966
  27 China and Cuba Aid Statement (never issued), June 1966
  28 Civil Rights Bill, October 11, 1963
  29 Co-existing with Communism, January 24, 1950
  30 Common Good in International Relations (never issued), 1949
  31 A Communist Ruse (Stockholm Resolution), July 24, 1950
  32 Peace and Peacetime Conscription form America, December 14, 1944
  33 Compulsory Peacetime Military Service, 1946
  34 Connally Amendment Repeal, February 1960
  35 Disarmament Statement, November 9, 1960
  36 U.S. Efforts Toward Disarmament, July 24, 1953
  37 U.S. Disarmament Agency for World Peace, August 16,1961
  38 The United States and Displaced Persons, July 18, 1947
  39 Dumbarton Oaks and Catholic Opinion, February 2, 1945
  40 Crises in Eastern Europe and the Middle East, November 12, 1956
  41 Europe's Struggle for Unity, 1949
  42 Crisis in the Far East, 1938
  43 Distribution of U.S. Food Surpluses, February 24, 1954
  44 The Crime of Forced Labor, November 12, 1953
  45 A Christian Position on U.S. Foreign Aid, May 8, 1959
  46 Foreign Aid Program, July 21, 1961
  47 Foreign Assistance Act of 1962, April 18, 1962
  48 Genocide Convention, 1947-1966
  49 Greek Aid, May 1947
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47 1 Holy Year Resolution, 1950
  2 International Covenant of Human Rights, April 1948
  3 U.N. Draft Covenant on Human Rights, March 1950
  4 Draft Covenant on Human Rights, April 1951
  5 Tenth Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, 1958
  6 Influence of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights upon the Constitution and Basic Laws of New States, 1959?
  7 Events in Hungary and Poland, October 31, 1956
  8 Hydrogen Bomb, February 1950
  9 Immigration Legislation, April 14, 1960
  10 U.S. Policy Toward the Independence of Non-Self-Governing Peoples, 1953
  11 Grain for India, February 16, 1951
  12 Threat to the Peace in Indo-China, June 14, 1953
  13 Social-Economic Position of the Peoples in Indonesia, April 1948
  14 Inter-American Collaboration, February 17, 1944
  15 Intercredal Cooperation, 1943
  16 International Atomic Energy Agency, May 9, 1957
  17 International Economic Guidance, January 19, 1945
  18 What Kind of International Education Organization?, 1945
  19 Catholics and the International Labor Organization, April 5, 1956
  20 Summary of Statements of Fact and Recommendations in International Relations, 1935
  21 International Trade Must Be Freed (issued?), 1947
  22 International Trade Organization, 1948
  23 International Understanding through Educational Exchange, 1954
  24 United Nations Sanctions against Israel, February 13, 1957
  25 Italian-Ethiopian Situation, August 8, 1935
  26 A Just War, by Robert Regout (unpublished manuscript), 1939-1941
  27 President John F. Kennedy's Death, November 1963
  28 Soviet Premier Nikita Krushchev's Visit to the U.S., August 1959
  29 Epidemics in Korea and China, April 1952
  30 Facio Proposal for Latin American Disarmament, April 14, 1958
  31 United States Policy in Latin America, April 13, 1961
  32 Law Versus War, 1944
  33 London Naval Conference, 1930
  34 The Marshall Plan, by Helen Potter, November 1947
  35 The Catholic Revival in Mexico, by Richard Pattee, 1944
  36 Middle East Crisis, May 23, 1967
  37 Cardinal Mindszenty Trial Protest, February 1949
  38 Mueller, Joseph: The Peace Efforts of the Church during the Last Three Hundred Years, n.d.
  39 Mueller, Joseph: Correspondence, 1934-1946
  40 Mueller, Joseph: English Translation; never published, n.d.
  41 Mutual Security Program, May 1957
  42 Mutual Security Program: Person: Dwight D. Eisenhower, May 24, 1957
  43 Mutual Security Program, May 27, 1960
  44 Mutual Security Program: Person: Lyndon B. Johnson, June 6, 1960
  45 Mutual Security Program: Person: Hubert H. Humphrey, June 18, 1960
  46 Mutual Security Program: Person: John F. Kennedy, June 28, 1960
  47 The U.S. and the North Atlantic Pact, May 1949
  49 Pacem in Terris, April 11, 1963
  50 Peace Corps Proposals, February 24, 1961
  51 Statement on Peace Principles, October 6, 1938
  52 America's Peace Aims, 1941
  53 Statement on a Just Peace: Pattern for Peace, October 7, 1943
  54 The Pattern for Peace and the Papal Peace Program, by John Courtney Murray, S.J., 1944
  55 Papal Peace Mosaic, 1878-1944
  56 Preserving Peace on Four Fronts, November 8, 1945
  57 One World for Peace and Freedom, November 1946
  58 The Pope Speaks on Peace, 1949
  59 Point Four Program, April 6, 1950
  60 Population Report Proposal, 1940
  61 Expellees and Surplus Population in the Far East, August 1, 1952
  62 Printing Press Anniversary, 1939
  63 Prisoners of War Involved in Korean Truce Negotiations, September 5, 1952
  64 Prisoners of War Involved in Korean Truce Negotiations: Person: Mark W. Clark, September 17, 1952
  65 Reciprocal Trade Agreements, 1939
  66 Reciprocal Trade Agreements, June 1945
  67 Reciprocal Trade Agreements, May 1948
  68 Recognition of Red China, January 14, 1959
  69 United States and the Refugee, August 2, 1957
  70 United States and the Refugee: Person: Senator John F. Kennedy, August 12, 1957
  71 World Refugee Year, July 24, 1959
  72 Relief of the Peoples of Europe and Asia, December 1945
  73 Secularlism's Attack on World Order, by John LaFarge, S.J., 1944
  74 The Virtue of Social Justice and International Life, by Francis McMahon, 1942-1943
  75 Southern Africa, March 21, 1967
  76 Southern Rhodesia, December 22, 1965
  77 Neutrality and International Responsibility, 1937?
  78 American Neutrality, November 1939
  79 A Conference on Neutrals-Now, February? 1940
  80 Nuclear Test Ban Treaty, August 5, 1963
  81 The Nuclear Non-Proliferation Draft Treaty, February 14, 1968
Box Folder
48 1 Draft Declaration on the Rights and Duties of States, 1949
  2 The State in its Relation to Other States, 1951?
  3 Toward an Integrated World Policy, 1949-1950
  4 Technical Assistance and Social Justice, August 1951
  5 Economic Aid to Underdeveloped Areas, March 16, 1953
  6 Technical Assistance and Manpower Needs, March 3, 1961
  7 Timeless Rights in Modern Times, August 1948
  8 U.S. Foreign Trade Policy, March 3, 1958
  9 Trade Expansion Act, July 25, 1962
  10 Transition from War to Peace, 1943
  11 United Nations, January 17, 1940
  12 United Nations, February 20, 1942
  13 Approval of Purchase of U.N. Bonds, July 26, 1962
  14 Amendment of the United Nations Charter, April 23, 1962
  15 United Nations Charter Review, April 19, 1954
  16 United Nations Charter Review, November 17, 1955
  17 A United Nations Council Now!, March 21, 1944
  18 The United Nations, Its First Three Years, October 19, 1948
  19 Immediate UNRRA Appropriations and Aid for Ex-Enemies Urged, December 10, 1945
  20 Appeal for Limitation of the War in Vietnam, 1965-1966
  21 Bombing Population Centers in North Vietnam, September 11, 1967
  22 Catholic Life in the West Indies, 1946
  23 Trade Unionism in Germany: The Wanderer Versus Msgr. G. G. Higgins, 1953
  24 CAIP Newsletter, Volume 1, 1929-1930
        Name changed to CAIP News in 1952. Many gaps per volume.
  25 CAIP Newsletter, Volume 2, 1932-1933
        Name changed to CAIP News in 1952. Many gaps per volume.
  26 CAIP Newsletter, Volume 3, 1938
        Name changed to CAIP News in 1952. Many gaps per volume.
  27 CAIP Newsletter, Volume 4, 1938-1939
        Name changed to CAIP News in 1952. Many gaps per volume.
  28 CAIP Newsletter, Volume 5, 1939-1940
        Name changed to CAIP News in 1952. Many gaps per volume.
  29 CAIP Newsletter, Volume 6, 1940 - 1941
        Name changed to CAIP News in 1952. Many gaps per volume.
  30 CAIP Newsletter, Volume 7, 1941 - 1942
        Name changed to CAIP News in 1952. Many gaps per volume.
  31 CAIP Newsletter, Volume 8, 1942 - 1943
        Name changed to CAIP News in 1952. Many gaps per volume.
  32 CAIP Newsletter, Volume 9, 1943 - 1944
        Name changed to CAIP News in 1952. Many gaps per volume.
  33 CAIP Newsletter, Volume 10, 1944 - 1945
        Name changed to CAIP News in 1952. Many gaps per volume.
  34 CAIP Newsletter, Volume 11, 1945 - 1946
        Name changed to CAIP News in 1952. Many gaps per volume.
  35 CAIP Newsletter, Volume 12, 1946 - 1947
        Name changed to CAIP News in 1952. Many gaps per volume.
  36 CAIP Newsletter, Volume 13, 1947 - 1948
        Name changed to CAIP News in 1952. Many gaps per volume.
  37 CAIP News, Volume 14, 1952 - 1953
        Name changed to CAIP News in 1952. Many gaps per volume.
  38 CAIP News, Volume 15, 1953 - 1954
        Name changed to CAIP News in 1952. Many gaps per volume.
  39 CAIP News, Volume 16, 1954 - 1955
        Name changed to CAIP News in 1952. Many gaps per volume.
  40 CAIP News, Volume 17, 1955 - 1956
        Name changed to CAIP News in 1952. Many gaps per volume.
  41 CAIP News, Volume 18, 1956 - 1957
        Name changed to CAIP News in 1952. Many gaps per volume.
  42 CAIP News, Volume 19, 1957 - 1958
        Name changed to CAIP News in 1952. Many gaps per volume.
  43 CAIP News, Volume 20, 1958 - 1959
        Name changed to CAIP News in 1952. Many gaps per volume.
  44 CAIP News, Volume 21, 1959 - 1960
        Name changed to CAIP News in 1952. Many gaps per volume.
  45 CAIP News, Volume 22, 1960 - 1961
        Name changed to CAIP News in 1952. Many gaps per volume.
  46 CAIP News, Volume 23, 1961 - 1962
        Name changed to CAIP News in 1952. Many gaps per volume.
  47 CAIP News, Volume 24, 1963
        Name changed to CAIP News in 1952. Many gaps per volume.
  48 CAIP News, Volume 25, 1964
        Name changed to CAIP News in 1952. Many gaps per volume.
  49 CAIP News, Volume 27, 1966
        Name changed to CAIP News in 1952. Many gaps per volume.
  50 CAIP News, Volume 28, 1967
        Name changed to CAIP News in 1952. Many gaps per volume.
Box Folder
49 1 Pamphlet No. 1: International Ethics by John Augustine Ryan, 1928
        48 pages, 11 copies
  2 Pamphlet No. 2: Latin American and the United States, 1929
        67 pages, 3 copies
  3 Pamphlet No. 3: Causes of War by Parker Thomas Moon and Security, Old and New by Joseph F. Thorning, SJ, 1930
        40 pages, 1 copy
  4 Pamphlet No. 4: Haiti, Past and Present by William F. Montavon, 1930
        18 pages, 1 copy
  5 Pamphlet No. 5: Francis de Vitoria, Founder of International Law by C.H. McKenna, 1930
        13 pages, 1 copy
  6 Pamphlet No. 6: American Agriculture and International Affairs by Francis J. Haas, 1930
        33 pages, 2 copies
  7 Pamphlet No. 7: Porto Rico and the United States by Elizabeth M. Lynsky, 1931
        47 pages, 2 copies
  8 Pamphlet No. 8: Europe and the United States by Raymond A. McGowan, 1931
        47 pages, 4 copies
  9 Pamphlet No. 9: The Ethics of War by Cyprian Emanuel, OFM, 1932
        55 pages, 2 copies
  10 Pamphlet No. 10: The Ethics of War by Maurice S. Sheehy, 1932
        23 pages, 4 copies
  11 Pamphlet No. 11: Tariffs and World Peace by Thomas F. Divine, SJ, 1933
        47 pages, 4 copies
  12 Pamphlet No. 12: Manchuria: The Problem in the Far East by Elizabeth M. Lynsky, 1934
        69 pages, 5 copies
  13 Pamphlet No. 13: International Economic Life by Parker Thomas Moon, John Augustine Ryan, and Raymond A. McGowan, 1934
        48 pages, 5 copies
  14 Pamphlet No. 14: The Catholic Church and Peace Efforts by William F. Roemer and John Tracy Ellis, 1934
        63 pages, 2 copies
  15 Pamphlet No. 15: War and Peace in Saint Augustine's D Civitate Dei by F.E. Tourscher, 1934
        20 pages, 11 copies
  16 Pamphlet No. 16: Peace Education in the Curriculum of the Schools by John A. Wolfe, 1934
        30 pages, 4 copies
  17 Pamphlet No. 17: Peace Action of Pope Benedict XV by Friedrich Ritter von Lama (Summary), ca. 1934
        24 pages, 3 copies
  18 Pamphlet No. 18: Relations Between France and Italy by Patrick J. Ward, 1934
        47 pages, 5 copies
  19 Pamphlet No. 19: Catholic Organizations for Peace in Europe by Mary Catherine Schaefer, 1935
        37 pages, 3 copies
  20 Pamphlet No. 20: The United States and the Dominican Republic by Elizabeth W. Loughran, 1936
        39 pages, 2 copies
  21 Pamphlet No. 21: An Introduction to Mexico by Anna Dill Gamble and Father Raymond A. McGowan, 1936
        48 pages, 8 copies
  22 Pamphlet No. 22: A Papal Peace Mosaic, 1878-1936 by Mary Catherine Schaefer, 1936
        57 pages, 3 copies
  23 Pamphlet No. 23: Arbitration and the World Court by Charles G. Fenwick, 1937
        46 pages, 3 copies
  24 Pamphlet No. 24: Agriculture and International Life by Edgar Schmiedeler, 1937
        64 pages, 3 copies
  25 Pamphlet No. 25: Patriotism, Nationalism, and the Brotherhood of Man by Carlton J.H. Hayes, 1937
        48 pages, 1 copy
  26 Pamphlet No. 26: The Church and the Jews A memorial issued by Catholic European scholars, 1937
        36 pages, 1 copy
  27 Pamphlet No. 27: The Obligation of Catholics to Promote and the Rights of Peoples, 1940
        36 pages, 5 copies
  28 Pamphlet No. 28: America's Peace Aims, A Committee Report, 1941
        48 pages, 1 copy
  29 Pamphlet No. 29: The World Society, A Joint Report, 1941
        48 pages, 12 copies
  30 Pamphlet No. 30: The Morality of Conscientious Objection to War by Cyprian Emanuel, 1941
        43 pages, 7 copies
  31 Pamphlet No. 31: Transition from War to Peace, a Report by the Post-War World Committee, 1943
        47 pages, 6 copies
  32 Pamphlet No. 32: A Peace Agenda for the United Nations, a Report by the Post-War World Committee, 1943
        40 pages, 3 copies
  33 Pamphlet No. 33: A Papal Peace Mosaic, 1878-1944 by Harry C. Koenig, 1944
        64 pages, 4 copies
  34 Pamphlet No. 34: The Pattern for Peace and the Papal Peace Program by John Courtney Murray, SJ, 1944
        32 pages, 6 copies
  35 Pamphlet No. 35: The Catholic Revival in Mexico by Richard Pattee, 1944
        60 pages, 5 copies
  36 Pamphlet No. 36: The United Nations Charter by Thomas H. Mahony, 1945
        24 pages, 5 copies
  37 Pamphlet No. 37: Catholic Life in the West Indies by Richard Pattee, 1946
        64 pages, 6 copies
  38 Pamphlet No. 38: Peace in the Atomic Age by Wilfrid Parsons SJ, Edward A. Conway SJ, and Thomas H. Mahony, 1947
        48 pages, 5 copies
  39 Pamphlet No. 39: Symposium on Africa....by Martin J. Bane, Francis J. Gilligan, and Angela Hurley, 1947
        32 pages, 10 copies
  40 Pamphlet No. 40: The Marshall Plan by Helen C. Potter, 1947
        48 pages, 11 copies
  41 Pamphlet No. 41: Timeless Rights in Modern Times: Commentaries on the NCWC's Declaration of Human Rights by Wilfrid Parsons SJ and John M. Paul, 1948
        48 pages, 5 copies
  42 Pamphlet No. 42: The International Trade Organization by Sister Thomasine, OP, 1948
        32 pages, 9 copies
  43 Pamphlet No. 43: The Pope Speaks on Peace, Excerpts from Papal Pronouncements, 1944-1948 by Thomas P. Neill, 1949
        48 pages, 9 copies
  44 Pamphlet No. 44: Toward an Integrated World Policy, A Joint Report, 1950
        32 pages, 4 copies
  45 Pamphlet No. 45: Can the World Feed Itself? by Clarence Enzler, 1950
        24 pages, 3 copies
  46 Pamphlet No. 46: Pius XII and International Migration by Anthony Zimmerman, 1959
        30 pages, 1 copy
  47 Pamphlet: Latin American Countries No. 1: Argentina, Land of the Eucharistic Congress by Francis McDevitt, 1934
        39 pages, 1 copy
  48 Pamphlet: UN Series No. 1: The United Nations, 1945-1955, 1954
        61 pages, 1 copy
  49 Pamphlet: Miscellaneous Series: Syllabus on International Relations for Colleges and Lay Groups, 1934
        30 pages, 3 copies
  50 Pamphlet: Miscellaneous Series: Intercredal Cooperation by John Courtney Murray SJ and Wilfrid Parsons SJ, 1943
        43 pages, 3 copies
  51 Pamphlet: Miscellaneous Series: Secularism's Attack on World Order by John LaFarge SJ, ca. 1944
        13 pages, 5 copies
  52 Pamphlet: Miscellaneous Series: Catholics and Jews: A Study in Human Relations by Gregory Feige, 1945
        105 pages, 1 copy
  53 Pamphlet: Miscellaneous Series: Appeals for Peace of Pope Benedict XV, 1917, and Pope Pius XI, 1930, n.d.
        11 pages, 4 copies
  54 Pamphlet: Miscellaneous Series: Suggested Readings in Ibero-American History, n.d.
        2 pages, 1 copy
  55 Pamphlet: A Primer of Peace by Charles G. Fenwick, 1937
        58 pages, 2 copies
  56 Booklet: The Role of the Christian in the World for Peace, A Symposium, 7-9 November 1952, 1953
        156 pages, 2 copies
  57 Pamphlet: Juridical World Order, A Symposium, 23-25 October 1959, 1960
        47 pages, 3 copies
  58 Leaflet: The CAIP, What it is, What it Does, ca. 1964
        2 pages, 1 copy
  59 Booklet: Human Misery-A Challenge to the World's Conscience, 1965, 1966
        65 pages, 3 copies
  60 Leaflet: CAIP-History, n.d.
        2 pages, 1 copy
  61 Leaflet: Pattern for Peace: Catholic, Jewish, and Protestant Declaration on World Peace, n.d.
        2 pages, 1 copy
  62 Leaflet: Statement of Instruction, n.d.
        2 pages, 3 copies
  63 Booklet: The Internationalization of Jerusalem by Constantine Rackauskas, n.d.
        83 pages, 1 copy
  64 Pamphlet: A Catholic Program for World Peace, n.d.
        10 pages, 1 copy
  65 Non - CAIP Pamphlet: 'One World' What Kind do Catholics Want? by John Eppstein, 1946
        16 pages, 1 copy
  66 Non - CAIP Pamphlet: Morality and Modern War by John Courtney Murray, 1959
        23 pages, 4 copies
  67 Non - CAIP Pamphlet: The Christian Front Peace Leaflet No. 1: Catholic Youth and World Peace, n.d.
        2 pages, 1 copy
Box Folder
50 1 General Correspondence, 1949, 1955-1970
  2 General Correspondence, 1949, 1955-1970
  3 General Correspondence, 1949, 1955-1970
  4 General Correspondence, 1949, 1955-1970
  5 General Correspondence, 1949, 1955-1970
  6 General Correspondence, 1949, 1955-1970
  7 General Correspondence, 1949, 1955-1970
  8 General Correspondence, 1949, 1955-1970
  9 General Correspondence, 1949, 1955-1970
  10 General Correspondence, 1949, 1955-1970
  11 General Correspondence, 1949, 1955-1970
  12 Ad Hoc Committee on Human Rights and Genocide Treaties, 1964-1967
  13 Ad Hoc Committee on Human Rights and Genocide Treaties, 1964-1967
  14 Ad Hoc Committee on Human Rights and Genocide Treaties, 1964-1967
  15 Ad Hoc Committee Regional Meetings, 1967
  16 Annual Conference, 1959-1968
  17 Annual Conference, 1959-1968
  18 Annual Conference, 1959-1968
  19 Annual Conference, 1959-1968
  20 Annual Conference, 1959-1968
  21 Annual Conference, 1959-1968
  22 Annual Conference, 1959-1968
  23 Annual Conference, 1959-1968
  24 Annual Conference, 1959-1968
  25 Annual Conference, 1959-1968
  26 Annual Conference, 1959-1968
  27 Annual Conference, 1959-1968
  28 Annual Conference, 1959-1968
  29 Annual Conference, 1959-1968
  30 Annual Conference, 1959-1968
  31 Annual Reports, 1959-1960
Box Folder
51 1 Bombing North Vietnam, Statement on, 1967
  2 Bombing Population Centers in North Vietnam, 1967
  3 Bordelon, Msgr. Marvin, Director of the USCC Division of World Justice and Peace, 1968
  4 Burns, Harmon, 1970
  5 Civilian Damage and Dislocation in South Vietnam, Quade Statement on, 1967
  6 Communism, Conference on-Dunbarton College, 1963
  7 Conferences, 1962
  8 Conscientious Objection: Correspondence, 1967-1969
  9 Conscientious Objection: Correspondence, 1967-1969
  10 Conscientious Objection: Printed Material, 1967-1969
  11 Conscientious Objection: Program Working File, 1967-1969
  12 Constitution, 1963
  13 Dougherty, James E.-Conscience, Ideology, and Foreign Policy, 1961
  14 Executive Council, 1961-1962
  15 Executive Council, 1961
  16 Executive Council, 1962
  17 Executive Council, 1962
  18 Feilchenfeld Seminars at SFS, 1952
  19 Genocide and Human Rights Convention, 1964
  20 Georgetown Meeting, 1967
  21 Governors, Board of, 1966-1967
  22 Governors, Board of: Election, 1967
  23 Governors, Board of, 1966-1967
  24 Humanae Vitea-Papal Encyclical, 1968
  25 Immaculata College, 1967
  26 International Law and Juridical Incitations Committee, 1965-1966
  27 Johnson Renouncing Presidency Candidacy, Statement on, 1968
  28 Juridical Institutions Committee, 1964
  29 Keynote Speech, Ca. 1962
  30 Lefever, Ernest W. - Principle and Necessity in Foreign Policy, 1961
  31 Middle East Crisis: Presidential Statement, 1967
  32 Middle East Crisis: Joint Statement, 1967
  33 National Inter-Religious Conference on Peace, 1966
  34 Negotiation Now, 1967
  35 Newsletter, 1956-1960
  36 Newsletter, 1961-1962
  37 Newsletter, 1963-1964
  38 Non-Proliferation Treaty, Statement on, 1968
  39 Non-Proliferation Treaty, Statement on, 1968
  40 Non-Proliferation Treaty, Statement on, 1968
  41 Nuclear Threshold Must Not Be Crossed, 1968
  42 Nuclear Weapon-Far East, 1968
  43 Peace Award Luncheon, 1965
  44 Population, 1964-1965
  45 Population, 1964-1965
  46 Press Clippings, 1958-1967
  47 Press Releases, 1961
  48 Program Committee, 1961
Box Folder
52 1 Schema 17-13: Commentaries, 1964-1965
  2 Schema 17-13: Commentaries, 1964-1965
  3 Schema 17-13: Commentaries, 1964-1965
  4 Schema 17-13: Commentaries, 1964-1965
  5 Schema 17-13: Commentaries, 1964-1965
  6 Schema 17-13: Official, 1964-1965
  7 Schema 17-13: Commentaries, 1964-1965
  8 Schema 17-13: Official, 1964-1965
  9 Southern Africa, Statement on: Dr. Ferkus - Pending, 1967
  10 Steering Committee, 1959-1961
  11 Steering Committee, 1959-1961
  12 Vietnam Statement I, 1965
  13 Vietnam Statement II, 1965
  14 Vietnam Statement III, 1965
  15 Vietnam Statement, 1966
  16 Wood, Rawson L., 1968
  17 World Peace and Justice, Secretariat for, 1964, 1968
  18 Correspondence of Steven Bossi, 1969
        Acc. #02-15
  19 Correspondence of Steven Bossi, 1970
        Acc. #02-15
  20 Correspondence of Steven Bossi, 1971
        Acc. #02-15
  21 Rural Issues: Correspondence of Kathleen White, January - June 1975
        Acc. #02-15
  22 Rural Issues: Chronological Correspondence of Kathleen White, January - June 1975
        Acc. #02-15
  23 Rural Issues: Correspondence of Kathleen White, July - December 1975
        Acc. #02-15
  24 Rural Issues: Chronological Correspondence of Kathleen White, July - September 1975
        Acc. #02-15
  25 Rural Issues: Chronological Correspondence of Kathleen White, October - December 1975
        Acc. #02-15
  26 Rural Issues: Chronological Correspondence of Kathleen White, January - March 1976
        Acc. #02-15
  27 Rural Issues: Chronological Correspondence of Kathleen White, April - June 1976
        Acc. #02-15
  28 Rural Issues: Chronological Correspondence of Kathleen White, July - September 1976
        Acc. #02-15
  29 Rural Issues: Chronological Correspondence of Kathleen White, October - December 1976
        Acc. #02-15
  30 Rural Issues: Chronological Correspondence of Kathleen White, January - March 1977
        Acc. #02-15
  31 Rural Issues: Chronological Correspondence of Kathleen White, April - June 1977
        Acc. #02-15
  32 Rural Issues: Chronological Correspondence of Kathleen White, October - December 1977
        Acc. #02-15
                       
Series 17: Records relating to the Rural Life Bureau, 1929-1955 (1 Box)
Correspondence, financial records, surveys, and printed material. Founded in 1920 under Edwin O'Hara, later bishop of Kansas City, the bureau sought to enrich the spiritual and material well being of rural people. O'Hara later founded the National Catholic Rural Life Conference, which was based in the mid-west, and this conference, whose archives are housed at Marquette University, eventually made the NCWC Rural Life Bureau obsolete.
Box Folder
53 1 Rev. Edgar Schmiedeler: Correspondence, 1932
  2 Rev. Edgar Schmiedeler: Correspondence, 1932
  3 Rev. Edgar Schmiedeler: Correspondence, 1932
  4 Financial Records, 1934-1935
  5 Inter-Office Memoranda, Requisitions, 1929-1930
  6 Inter-Office Memoranda, Requisitions, 1931
  7 Inter-Office Memoranda, Requisitions, 1932
  8 Rural and Family Report, 1938
  9 Bishops Appointment: Correspondence, 1937
  10 Diocesan Rural Life Bureaus and Directors : Correspondence, 1934
  11 National Catholic Rural Life Conference: Constitutions and By-Laws, 1946
  12 National Catholic Rural Life Conference Correspondence, Reports, Etc., 1949-1950
  13 National Catholic Rural Life Conference Correspondence, Reports, Etc., 1951
  14 National Catholic Rural Life Conference: Correspondence, Reports, Etc., 1952-1955
  15 National Catholic Rural Life Conference: Printed Material - The Family, Church and Environment A Study-Discussion Outline for Seminarians, Sisters, Priests and Lay Leaders, 1947
  16 National Catholic Rural Life Conference: Richmond Institute, November 6, 1937
  17 National Catholic Rural Life Conference: Richmond Meeting, November 7-10, 1937
  18 Blunder, William: Correspondence, 1932-1934
  19 McNeil, Leon A.: Correspondence, 1932-1935
  20 Requests for Information, 1931
  21 Requests for Information, 1932
  22 Baker and Taylor: Correspondence, 1930-1931
  23 Baker and Taylor: Correspondence, 1931
  24 Agricultural Adjustment Act, 1938
  25 Rural Life Sunday-Liturgical Movement, 1930
  26 Youngblood Survey, n.d.
  27 Manuscripts, ca. 1931-1951
  28 Publicity, 1931-1932
  29 Printed Material, ca. 1932-1953
  30 Printed Material: Catholic Rural Life Objectives, Volumes 1 and 2, 1935, 1936
  31 Printed Material: Catholic Rural Life Objectives, Volumes 3 and 4, 1937, 1938
  32 Correspondence with Seminaries and Seminarians, 1929-1930
  33 Correspondence with Seminaries and Seminarians, 1929-1930
  34 Printed Material (1), 1940s
  35 Printed Material (2), 1940s
  36 Printed Material, 1950s
  37 Printed Material, n.d.
                       
Series 18: Records of the Family Life Bureau, 1929-1974 (9 Boxes)
Correspondence divided into general administration and the meetings of the Catholic Conferences on Family life, plus publications of the bureau as well as other organizations. Inspired by the Papal Encyclical Casti connubii and established to develop family programs and projects nationwide, the bureau was associated with family life directors from across the country. Activities focused on meetings, field services, and publications regarding numerous aspects of marriage and parentage. Additional Family Life records deposited at the Center for Migration Studies at Staten Island, New York.
Box Folder
54 1 Correspondence: Chronological, 1929-1930
  2 Correspondence: Chronological, 1931-1932
  3 Correspondence: Chronological, 1931-1932
  4 Correspondence: Chronological, 1933
  5 Correspondence: Chronological, 1933
  6 Correspondence: Chronological, 1933
  7 Correspondence: Chronological, 1933
  8 Correspondence: Chronological, 1934
  9 Correspondence: Chronological, 1934
  10 Correspondence: Chronological, 1934
  11 Correspondence: Chronological, 1935
  12 Correspondence: Chronological, 1935
  13 Correspondence: Chronological, 1936
  14 Correspondence: Chronological, 1936
  15 Correspondence: Chronological, 1938
  16 Correspondence: Chronological, 1938
  17 Correspondence: Chronological, 1939
  18 Correspondence: Chronological, 1939
  19 Correspondence: Chronological, 1939
  20 Correspondence: Chronological, 1940
  21 Correspondence: Chronological, 1940
  22 Correspondence: Chronological, 1940
  23 Correspondence: Chronological, 1940
  24 Correspondence: Chronological, January-February 1941
  25 Correspondence: Chronological, February-March 1941
  26 Correspondence: Chronological, April-May 1941
  27 Correspondence: Chronological, June-August 1941
Box Folder
55 1 Correspondence: Chronological, January 1942
  2 Correspondence: Chronological, February 1942
  3 Correspondence: Chronological, March 1942
  4 Correspondence: Chronological, April 1942
  5 Correspondence: Chronological, May 1942
  6 Correspondence: Chronological, June 1942
  7 Correspondence: Chronological, July 1942
  8 Correspondence: Chronological, August 1942
  9 Correspondence: Chronological, September-October 1942
  10 Correspondence: Chronological, January-February 1943
  11 Correspondence: Chronological, March-June 1943
  12 Correspondence: Chronological, July-September 1943
  13 Correspondence: Chronological, September-November 1943
  14 Correspondence - Rural: Chronological, 1943
  15 Correspondence - : Chronological, 1944
  16 Correspondence: Chronological, 1944
  17 Correspondence: Chronological, 1944
  18 Correspondence: Chronological, 1944
  19 Correspondence: Chronological, January-February 1945
  20 Correspondence: Chronological, March 1945
  21 Correspondence: Chronological, April 1945
  22 Correspondence: Chronological, May 1945
  23 Correspondence: Chronological, June 1945
  24 Correspondence: Chronological, July-August 1945
  25 Correspondence: Chronological, September 1945
  26 Correspondence: Chronological, October-November 1945
Box Folder
56 1 Correspondence: Chronological, November-December 1945
  2 Correspondence: Chronological, January 1946
  3 Correspondence: Chronological, February 1946
  4 Correspondence: Chronological, March 1946
  5 Correspondence: Chronological, April 1946
  6 Correspondence: Chronological, May 1946
  7 Correspondence: Chronological, June 1946
  8 Correspondence: Chronological, July-August 1946
  9 Correspondence: Chronological, June-October 1946
  10 Correspondence: Chronological, May 1947
  11 Correspondence: Chronological, June 1947
  12 Correspondence: Chronological, July 1947
  13 Correspondence: Chronological, May 1948
  14 Correspondence: Chronological, June 1948
  15 Correspondence: Chronological, July 1948
  16 Correspondence: Chronological, August 1948
  17 Correspondence: Chronological, September 1948
  18 Correspondence: Chronological, October 1948
  19 Correspondence: Chronological, November 1948
  20 Correspondence: Chronological, December 1948
  21 Correspondence: Chronological, January 1949
  22 Correspondence: Chronological, February 1949
  23 Correspondence: Chronological, March 1949
  24 Correspondence: Chronological, April 1949
  25 Correspondence: Chronological, May 1949
  26 Correspondence: Chronological, July 1949
  27 Correspondence: Chronological, August 1949
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57 1 Correspondence: Chronological, September 1949
  2 Correspondence: Chronological, February 1952
  3 Correspondence: Chronological, March 1952
  4 Correspondence: Chronological, April 1952
  5 Correspondence: Chronological, May 1952
  6 Correspondence: Chronological, June 1952
  7 Correspondence: Chronological, July 1952
  8 Correspondence: Chronological, August 1952
  9 Correspondence: Chronological, September 1952
  10 Correspondence: Chronological, October 1952
  11 Correspondence: Chronological, November 1952
  12 Correspondence: Chronological, December 1952
  13 Correspondence: Chronological, 1953
  14 Correspondence: Chronological, 1953
  15 Correspondence: Chronological, 1953
  16 Correspondence: Chronological, 1953
  17 Correspondence (A-Z): Alter, Bishop, 1944-1945
  18 Correspondence (A-Z): (A-Z) Beneductus, Sister Mary, 1933-1936
  19 Correspondence (A-Z): Callahan, Mary M.S., 1936-1937
  20 Correspondence (A-Z): Confrey, Dr. Burton, 1933-1934
  21 Correspondence (A-Z): Fink, Francis A. OSV, 1934-1935
  22 Correspondence (A-Z): Fink, Francis A. OSV, 1936
  23 Correspondence (A-Z): Fink, Francis A. OSV, 1937
  24 Correspondence (A-Z): Fink, Francis A. OSV, 1938
  25 Correspondence (A-Z): Fink, Francis A. OSV, 1939
  26 Correspondence (A-Z): Fink, Francis A. OSV, 1940
  27 Correspondence (A-Z): Fink, Francis A. OSV, 1941
  28 Correspondence (A-Z): Fink, Francis A. OSV, 1942
  29 Correspondence (A-Z): Fogarty, Rev. James CSC, 1936-1937
  30 Correspondence (A-Z): Schmiedeler, Rev. Edgar OSB-Personal, 1932-1933
  31 Correspondence (A-Z): Schmiedeler, Rev. Edgar OSB-Personal, 1937
  32 Correspondence (A-Z): Schmiedeler, Rev. Edgar OSB-Personal, 1938
  33 Correspondence (A-Z): Schmiedeler, Rev. Edgar OSB-Personal, 1940
  34 Correspondence (A-Z): Schmiedeler, Rev. Edgar OSB-Personal, 1942-1943
  35 Correspondence (A-Z): Schmiedeler, Rev. Edgar OSB-Personal, 1944-1950
  36 Correspondence (A-Z): Schmiedeler, Rev. Edgar OSB-Personal, 1938
Box Folder
58 1 Subject Files (A-Z): Catholic Mother of the Year, 1942-1949
  2 Subject Files (A-Z): Family Allowances, 1951
  3 Subject Files (A-Z): Information Requests and Literature Distribution, 1934
  4 Subject Files (A-Z): National Family Week, 1943
  5 Subject Files (A-Z): National Family Week, 1944
  6 Subject Files (A-Z): National Family Week, 1945
  7 Subject Files (A-Z): National Family Week, 1946
  8 Subject Files (A-Z): National Family Week, 1947
  9 Subject Files (A-Z): National Family Week: Catholic Committee Correspondence, 1942-1943
  10 Subject Files (A-Z): National Family Week: Catholic Committee, 1943
  11 Subject Files (A-Z): National Family Week: Joint Committee Correspondence, 1942-1943
  12 Subject Files (A-Z): National Family Week: 'The Wedding Ring', 1944-1950
  13 Miscellaneous and Unfiled, 1947-1953
  14 Miscellaneous and Unfiled, 1947-1953
  15 Miscellaneous and Unfiled, 1947-1953
  16 Miscellaneous and Unfiled, 1947-1953
Box Folder
59 1 Chronological: Washington Conference-Addresses, 1931
  2 Chronological: Conference (Location Unknown)-Addresses, 1932
  3 Chronological: Chicago Conference-Articles, 1933
  4 Chronological: Chicago Conference-Correspondence, 1933
  5 Chronological: Chicago Conference-Miscellaneous, 1933
  6 Chronological: Chicago Conference-Pamphlets, 1933
  7 Chronological: Chicago Conference-Speeches, 1933
  8 Chronological: Cleveland Conference-Correspondence, 1934
  9 Chronological: Cleveland Conference-Miscellaneous, 1934
  10 Chronological: Cleveland Conference-Programs, 1934
  11 Chronological: Cleveland Conference-Speeches, 1934
  12 Chronological: Milwaukee Conference-Correspondence, 1934
  13 Chronological: Hartford Conference-Correspondence, 1935
  14 Chronological: Hartford Conference-Correspondence, 1935
  15 Chronological: Marygrove Conference-Addresses, 1936
  16 Chronological: Marygrove Conference-Articles, 1936
  17 Chronological: Marygrove Conference-Articles, 1936
  18 Chronological: Marygrove Conference-Correspondence, 1936
  19 Chronological: Marygrove Conference-Speeches, Clippings, 1936
  20 Chronological: Holy Cross Conference-Articles, 1937
  21 Chronological: Chicago Conference-Correspondence, 1938
  22 Chronological: Washington Conference-Acceptances, 1939
  23 Chronological: Washington Conference-Articles, 1939
  24 Chronological: Washington Conference-Articles, Addresses, 1939
  25 Chronological: Washington Conference-Articles, Addresses, 1939
  26 Chronological: Washington Conference-Papers, 1939
  27 Chronological: Washington Conference-Refusals, 1939
  28 Chronological: Washington Conference-Speeches, 1939
  29 Chronological: Washington Conference-Speeches, 1939
  30 Chronological: Washington Conference-Sponsors, 1939
  31 Chronological: New Rochelle Conference-Articles, 1940
  32 Chronological: New Rochelle Conference-Miscellaneous, 1940
  33 Chronological: Conference (Location Unknown)-Addresses, 1941
  34 Chronological: Conference (Location Unknown)-Articles, 1941
Box Folder
60 1 Chronological: Saint Louis Conference-Addresses, 1942
  2 Chronological: Saint Louis Conference-Articles, 1942
  3 Chronological: Saint Louis Conference-Articles, 1942
  4 Chronological: Saint Louis Conference-Articles, 1942
  5 Chronological: Saint Louis Conference-Articles, Addresses, 1942
  6 Chronological: Saint Louis Conference-Miscellaneous, 1942
  7 Chronological: Saint Louis Conference-Speaking Correspondence, 1942
  8 Chronological: Conference (Location Unknown)-Addresses, 1943
  9 Chronological: Conference (Location Unknown)-Articles, 1943
  10 Chronological: Washington Conference-Articles, 1944
  11 Chronological: Washington Conference-Committee Correspondence, 1944
  12 Chronological: Washington Conference-Correspondence (A-M), 1944
  13 Chronological: Washington Conference-Correspondence (N-Z), 1944
  14 Chronological: Washington Conference-Expenses, 1944
  15 Chronological: Washington Conference-Invitations, 1944
  16 Chronological: Washington Conference-Program, 1944
  17 Chronological: Washington Conference-Articles, Book Reviews, 1945
  18 Chronological: Washington Conference-Program, 1945
  19 Chronological: Washington Conference-Conference Speakers, 1946
  20 Chronological: Washington Conference-Conference Speakers, 1946
  21 Chronological: Washington Conference-Program, 1946
  22 Chronological: Chicago Conference-Articles, Addresses, 1947
  23 Chronological: Chicago Conference-Articles, Addresses, 1947
  24 Chronological: Chicago Conference-Miscellaneous, 1947
  25 Chronological: Chicago Conference-Program, 1947
  26 Chronological: Chicago Conference-Refusals, 1947
  27 Chronological: Hartford Conference-Articles, Addresses, 1948
  28 Chronological: Hartford Conference-Articles, Addresses, 1948
Box Folder
61 1 Chronological: Hartford Conference - Awards, 1948
  2 Chronological: Hartford Conference - Bishops' Letters, 1948
  3 Chronological: Hartford Conference - Miscellaneous, 1948
  4 Chronological: Hartford Conference - Miscellaneous, 1948
  5 Chronological: Hartford Conference - Notes, 1948
  6 Chronological: Hartford Conference - Press Reports, 1948
  7 Chronological: Hartford Conference - Speakers, 1948
  8 Chronological: Hartford Conference - Speakers, 1948
  9 Chronological: Conference (Location Unknown) - Articles, Addresses, 1949
  10 Chronological: St. Louis Conference - Clippings, 1951
  11 Chronological: Conference (Location Unknown) - Articles, Addresses, 1953
  12 Scrapbook: First Family Life Conference And Family Life Week, 1944
  13 Institutes For United States Air Force: Binder, 1961
  14 Magazine: The Family Apostolate, 1951-1956
        Set 1
  15 Magazine: The Family Apostolate, 1951-1956
        Set 2
  16 Magazine: The Family Apostolate, 1951-1956
        Set 3
  17 Newsletter: Catholic Family Leader: Correspondence, 1961-1974
  18 Newsletter: Catholic Family Leader, 1961-1974
        Set 1
  19 Newsletter: Catholic Family Leader, 1961-1974
        Set 2
  20 Booklet: The Parent-Educator, Volume I, 1931
        69 pages, 4 copies
  21 Booklet: The Parent-Educator, Volume II, 1932
        58 pages, 3 copies
  22 Booklet: The Parent-Educator, Volume III, 1933
        71 pages, 2 copies
  23 Pamphlet: Catholic Rural Life by Edgar Schmiedeler, 1932
        24 pages, 1 copy
  24 Pamphlet: Catholic Rural Activities by Edgar Schmiedeler, 1933
        19 pages, 1 copy
  25 Pamphlet: The Religious Under-Priveleged Child by Edgar Schmiedeler, 1933
        24 pages, 2 copies
  26 Pamphlets: The Family; and The Family - a Study Club Outline, 1931, 1933
        21 pages, 1 copy and 14 pages, 1 copy, respectively
  27 Pamphlet: Conserving the Family by Edgar, 1931
        24 pages, 4 copies
  28 Pamphlet: Parent and Child by Edgar Schmiedeler, 1933-1934
        32 pages, 8 copies
  29 Pamphlet: The Encyclicals and Agriculture by Edgar Schmiedeler, 1936
        10 pages, 1 copy
Box Folder
62 1 Pamphlet: Concerning Parents by Father Edgar Schmiedeler, Mar. 15, 1940
        31 pages, 1 copy
  2 Pamphlet: The Threat of American Decline by Father Edgar Schmiedeler, ca. 1941
        31 pages, 10 copies
  3 Pamphlet: A Holy War Against the Enemies of the Home and Nation by Father Edgar Schmiedeler, 1942
        35 pages, 5 copies
  4 Pamphlet: Near Equality with Men - So What: A Discussion of Women in Industry, 1944
        14 pages, 6 copies
  5 Booklet: The Family Faces Forward, 1945
        157 pages, 3 copies
  6 Leaflets: A Pledge to Christian Marriage and A Prayer to the Holy Family, 1947
  7 Pamphlet: The Family, A School of Virtues by Edgar Schmiedeler, 1949
        77 pages, 1 copy
  8 Booklet: Catholic Mother of the Year 1942-1949, 1949
        unnumbered pages, 1 copy
  9 Pamphlet: Please! Shelter for my Family by Ernest J. Bohn, Feb. 6, 1946
        19 pages, 3 copies
  10 Booklet: Home Economics, Caring for the Home and Family by Mary L. Callahan, 1946
        103 pages, 3 copies
  11 Pamphlet: Marriage Counseling, 1950
        47 pages, 1 copy
  12 Pamphlets: Engagement: The Catholic Way and Engagement: A Guide for Catholic Couples by Irvine de Blanc, 1956, 1961
        29 pages, 2 copies and 48 pages, 1 copy, respectively
  13 Booklet: Together in Christ: A Teaching Manual by Henry V. Slater, 1960
        57 pages, 1 copy
  14 Booklet: Birth Control and Public Policy by Norman St. John-Stevas, 1964
        83 pages, 1 copy
  15 Pamphlet: The Teams of Our Lady, 1965
        6 pages, 1 copy
  16 Leaflet: Sex Education Bulletin, 1968
        8 pages, 1 copy
  17 Pamphlet: Destroying America: An Open Letter by Edgar Schmiedeler, n.d.
        8 pages, 3 copies
  18 Pamphlet: Family Rights by Edgar Schmiedeler, n.d.
        32 pages, 1 copy
  19 Pamphlet: For Better, For Worse by Edgar Schmiedeler, n.d.
        15 pages, 1 copy
  20 Pamphlet: Priestly Aspects of Christian Parenthood by Edgar Schmiedeler, n.d.
        16 pages, 2 copies
  21 Pamphlet: Some Guiding Thoughts for Parents by Edgar Schmiedeler, n.d.
        12 pages, 3 copies
  22 Booklet: Sterilization in the United States by Edgar Schmiedeler, n.d.
        38 pages, 4 copies
  23 Pamphlet: The Association of the Holy Family by Edgar Schmiedeler, n.d.
        16 pages, 2 copies
  24 Booklet: The Holy Father Speaks to Newlyweds, n.d.
        56 pages, 2 copies
  25 Pamphlet: The Program of the Catholic Conference on Family Life by Edgar Schmiedeler, n.d.
        30 pages, 8 copies
  26 Booklet: They're Growing Up by Edgar Schmiedeler, n.d.
        24 pages, 5 copies
  27 Pamphlet: Training in Chastity by Edgar Schmiedeler, n.d.
        15 pages, 2 copies
  28 Booklet: Your Baby's Health by Hugh Dwyer, n.d.
        70 pages, 4 copies
  29 Booklet: Preparation for Catholic Family Life by Bakewell Morrison, n.d.
        156 pages, 1 copy
  30 Pamphlet: Family Allowances by Edgar Schmiedeler, n.d.
        19 pages, 4 copies
  31 Pamphlet: Family Catholic Action by Margaret M. Bedard, n.d.
        48 pages, 4 copies
  32 Leaflet: God Parents, You Have Rules by Mrs. W.F. Rohman, n.d.
        11 pages, 2 copies
  33 Booklet: Parent Education Through Home and School, n.d.
        69 pages, 3 copies
  34 Booklet: Pastors Look at the Family, n.d.
        57 pages, 3 copies
  35 Booklet: Population Facts and Factors, n.d.
        45 pages, 3 copies
  36 Booklet: The Case Worker and Family Planning: An Answer, n.d.
        16 pages, 1 copy
  37 Pamphlet: The Catholic Church and Cooperatives by Edgar Schmiedeler, n.d.
        10 pages, 1 copy
  38 Leaflet: The Child: Our Pledge, n.d.
        2 pages, multiple copies
  39 Booklet: The Family Apostolate in Pictures, n.d.
        unnumbered pages, 2 copies
  40 Pamphlet: The Family Life Bureau, The Activities it Promotes, The Channels it Utilizes, n.d.
        30 pages, 2 copies
  41 Booklet: The Family Today - Catholic Appraisal, n.d.
        163 pages, 1 copy
  42 Booklet: Towards a Better Family Life, n.d.
        102 pages, 1 copy.
  43 Journal: The Catholic Educational Review (38:10), 'Trends in Rural Education' by Edgar Schmiedeler, December 1940
        Complete issue of the journal with other articles.
  44 Journal: The Catholic Family Monthly (38), 'Thoughts and Proposed Activities for National Family Week ,' by Edgar Schmiedeler, May 1943
        Complete issue of the journal with other articles.
  45 Journal: The Ecclesiastical Review , articles by Edgar Schmiedeler, 1933, 1937
        Complete issue of the journal with other articles.
  46 Journal: The Ecclesiastical Review, articles by Edgar Schmiedeler, 1938-1939
        Complete issue of the journal with other articles.
  47 Journal: The Ecclesiastical Review, articles by Edgar Schmiedeler, 1940
        Complete issue of the journal with other articles.
  48 Journal: The Homiletic And Pastoral Review, articles by Edgar Schmiedeler, 1934
        Complete issue of the journal with other articles.
  49 Journal: The Homiletic And Pastoral Review, articles by Edgar Schmiedeler, 1935, 1939
        Complete issue of the journal with other articles.
  50 Pamphlet: Letter to an Unborn Child and His Answer by Thomas J. Cawley, 1951
        11 pages, 2 copies
  51 Pamphlet: St. Joseph's Hospital - Your Exceptional Child by Thomas J. Cawley, n.d.
        49 pages, 1 copy
  52 Pamphlet: Institute of Social Order - Religion and the Child by John L. Thomas, SJ, 1951
        6 pages, 1 copy
  53 Booklet: Happiness in Marriage: an Ethico-Medical Interpretation, 1951
        61 pages, 5 copies
  54 Booklet: Catholic Action Series: The Church in Latin America by Sisters Mary F. Lochemes and Mary Patrice McNamara, 1946
        56 pages, 1 copy
  55 Booklet: Catholic Action Series: The Sacrementals by Charles J. McNeill, 1946
        56 pages, 1 copy
  56 Booklet: Catholic Action Series: Prayers by Charles J. McNeill, 1947
        55 pages, 1 copy
  57 Booklet: Catholic Action Series: The Annual Cycle of Redemption by Leon A McNeill and Angela Clendenin, 1949
        56 pages, 1 copy
  58 Booklet: Catholic Action Series: Altar and Sanctuary by Angela Clendenin, 1949
        56 pages, 1 copy
  59 Booklet: Catholic Action Series: Mary's Message by Don Sharkey, 1949
        56 pages, 1 copy
  60 Booklet: Catholic Action Series: The Divine Love Story; Part III: the Sacraments by Gregory Smith and Charles J. McNeill, 1949
        56 pages, 1 copy
  61 Booklet: Catholic Action Series: Our American Heritage by Don Sharkey and Sister Loretta Clare, 1953
        56 pages, 1 copy
  62 Booklet: Catholic Action Series: The Apostle's Creed by Gregory Smith and Charles J. McNeill, 1954
        56 pages, 1 copy
  63 Booklet: Catholic Action Series: Praying the Mass by John J. Butler and Angela Clendenin, 1955
        56 pages, 1 copy
  64 Booklet: Catholic Action Series: The Commandments by Gregory Smith and Charles J. McNeill, 1955
        56 pages, 1 copy
                       
Series 19: Oversize, 1922-1957, 1970 (3 Boxes)
Files and printed material relating to papal encyclicals, including translations, transcripts of the congressional testimony of Arthur Goldberg regarding the Taft-Hartley Act, CCIP meetings, and reports of the 1970 Committee on Society, Development and Peace.
Box Folder
63 1 Committee on Society, Development and Peace: The Desperate Imperative - Report, 1972
  2 Committee on Society, Development and Peace: Reports, 4/03/1970-4/09/1970
  3 Committee on Society, Development and Peace: Reports, 4/03/1970-4/09/1970
  4 Committee on Society, Development and Peace: Reports, 4/03/1970-4/09/1970
  5 Encyclical Letter: Annotated Summary by Raymond A. McGowan, 1931
  6 Encyclical Letter: File Copies, 1931
  7 Encyclical Letter: Foreign Translations, 1931
  8 Encyclical Letter: Miscellaneous Printed Matter, 1931
  9 Encyclical Letter: Miscellaneous Printed Matter, 1931-1940
  10 Encyclical Letter: Social Action Department (SAD) Analysis, 1931
  11 Encyclical Letter: Typescript Copy, 1931
  12 Encyclical Letter: Typescript Copy, Notes, 1931
  13 Encyclical Letter: Typescript, Memos, Etc., 1933
  14 Encyclical Letter: Correspondence, 1937
  15 Encyclical Letter: Foreign Translations, 1937
  16 Encyclical Letter: Notes, Typescripts, 1937
  17 Encyclical Letter: Miscellaneous Printed Matter, 1937
  18 Encyclical Letter: R.N. - O.A., 1942
  19 Encyclical Anniversary Statement: Proposed; Not Issued, 1951
  20 Encyclical 's Anniversary, 2/21/1951
  21 Encyclical Letter of 1891, n.d.
  22 Encyclical Letter: Reference List - National Catholic Welfare Conference (NCWC), n.d.
  23 Encyclical Letter: Reference List - National Catholic Welfare Conference (NCWC), n.d.
  24 Senate Labor and Public Welfare Committee: Testimony of Arthur J. Goldberg: Taft-Hartley, 1949
Box Folder
64 1 Catholic Conference of Industrial Problems (CCIP): Milwaukee Meeting - Clippings, 1923
        Marquette Deposit 1998
  2 Catholic Conference of Industrial Problems (CCIP): Pittsburgh Meeting - Clippings, 1924
        Marquette Deposit 1998
  3 Catholic Conference of Industrial Problems (CCIP): Cleveland Meeting - Clippings, 10/1926
        Marquette Deposit 1998
  4 Catholic Conference of Industrial Problems (CCIP): Denver Meeting - Clippings, 1/1927
        Marquette Deposit 1998
  5 Catholic Conference of Industrial Problems (CCIP): Harrisburg Meeting - Clippings, 3/1927
        Marquette Deposit 1998
  6 Catholic Conference of Industrial Problems (CCIP): Detroit Meeting - Clippings, 7/01/1927-7/02/1927
        Marquette Deposit 1998
  7 Catholic Conference of Industrial Problems (CCIP): Buffalo Meeting - Clippings, 11/15/1927-11/16/1927
        Marquette Deposit 1998
  8 Catholic Conference of Industrial Problems (CCIP): Cincinnati Meeting - Clippings, 6/19/1928-6/20/1928
        Marquette Deposit 1998
  9 Catholic Conference of Industrial Problems (CCIP): Hartford Meeting - Clippings, 12/03/1928-12/04/1928
        Marquette Deposit 1998
  10 Catholic Conference of Industrial Problems (CCIP): Wheeling Meeting - Clippings, 3/13/1929-3/14/1929
        Marquette Deposit 1998
  11 Catholic Conference of Industrial Problems (CCIP): Denver Meeting - Clippings, 5/12/1930-5/13/1930
        Marquette Deposit 1998
  12 Catholic Conference of Industrial Problems (CCIP): Saint Paul Meeting - Clippings, 6/02/1930-6/03/1930
        Marquette Deposit 1998
  13 Catholic Conference of Industrial Problems (CCIP): Washington Meeting - Clippings, 12/01/1930-1/30/1931
        Marquette Deposit 1998
  14 Catholic Conference of Industrial Problems (CCIP): Cleveland Meeting - Clippings, 3/09/1931-3/10/1931
        Marquette Deposit 1998
  15 Catholic Conference of Industrial Problems (CCIP): Denver Meeting - Clippings, 4/20/1931-4/21/1931
        Marquette Deposit 1998
  16 Catholic Conference of Industrial Problems (CCIP): Saint Louis Meeting - Clippings, 9/05/1931-9/07/1931
        Marquette Deposit 1998
  17 Catholic Conference of Industrial Problems (CCIP): Rochester Meeting - Clippings, 10/14/1931-10/15/1931
        Marquette Deposit 1998
  18 Catholic Conference of Industrial Problems (CCIP): Milwaukee Meeting - Clippings, 11/16/1931-11/17/1931
        Marquette Deposit 1998
  19 Catholic Conference of Industrial Problems (CCIP): New Bedford Meeting - Clippings, 2/15/1932-2/16/1932
        Marquette Deposit 1998
  20 Catholic Conference of Industrial Problems (CCIP): Los Angeles Meeting - Clippings, 4/04/1932-4/05/1932
        Marquette Deposit 1998
  21 Catholic Conference of Industrial Problems (CCIP): Providence Meeting - Clippings, 11/15/1932-11/16/1932
        Marquette Deposit 1998
  22 Catholic Conference of Industrial Problems (CCIP): Albany Meeting - Clippings, 12/12/1932-12/13/1932
        Marquette Deposit 1998
  23 Catholic Conference of Industrial Problems (CCIP): New York Meeting - Clippings, 2/01/1933-2/30/1933
        Marquette Deposit 1998
  24 Catholic Conference of Industrial Problems (CCIP): Fort Wayne Meeting - Clippings, 3/01/1933-3/30/1933
        Marquette Deposit 1998
  25 Catholic Conference of Industrial Problems (CCIP): San Francisco Meeting - Clippings, 5/01/1933-5/31/1933
        Marquette Deposit 1998
  26 Catholic Conference of Industrial Problems (CCIP): Chicago Meeting - Clippings, 10/25/1933
        Marquette Deposit 1998
  27 Catholic Conference of Industrial Problems (CCIP): Detroit Meeting - Clippings, 12/04/1933-12/05/1933
        Marquette Deposit 1998
  28 Catholic Conference of Industrial Problems (CCIP): Pittsburgh Meeting - Clippings, 2/12/1934-2/13/1934
        Marquette Deposit 1998
  29 Catholic Conference of Industrial Problems (CCIP): Denver Meeting - Clippings, 3/15/1934-3/16/1934
        Marquette Deposit 1998
  30 Catholic Conference of Industrial Problems (CCIP): Kansas City Meeting - Clippings, 5/28/1934-5/29/1934
        Marquette Deposit 1998
  31 Catholic Conference of Industrial Problems (CCIP): Harrisburg Meeting - Clippings, 11/27/1934-11/28/1934
        Marquette Deposit 1998
  32 Catholic Conference of Industrial Problems (CCIP): Buffalo Meeting - Clippings, 12/18/1934-12/19/1934
        Marquette Deposit 1998
  33 Catholic Conference of Industrial Problems (CCIP): Saint Louis Meeting - Clippings, 2/25/1935-2/26/1935
        Marquette Deposit 1998
  34 Catholic Conference of Industrial Problems (CCIP): Cincinnati Meeting - Clippings, 3/01/1935-3/30/1935
        Marquette Deposit 1998
  35 Catholic Conference of Industrial Problems (CCIP): Denver Meeting - Clippings, 5/22/1935-5/23/1935
        Marquette Deposit 1998
  36 Catholic Conference of Industrial Problems (CCIP): Syracuse Meeting - Clippings, 5/22/1935-5/23/1935
        Marquette Deposit 1998
  37 Catholic Conference of Industrial Problems (CCIP): Chicago Meeting - Clippings, 1/27/1936-1/28/1936
        Marquette Deposit 1998
  38 Catholic Conference of Industrial Problems (CCIP): Schnectady Meeting - Clippings, 2/24/1936-2/25/1936
        Marquette Deposit 1998
  39 Catholic Conference of Industrial Problems (CCIP): San Francisco Meeting - Clippings, 6/8-9/1936
        Marquette Deposit 1998
  40 Catholic Conference of Industrial Problems (CCIP): Rochester Meeting - Clippings, 11/30/1936-12/01/1936
        Marquette Deposit 1998
  41 Catholic Conference of Industrial Problems (CCIP): Des Moines Meeting - Clippings, 2/1-2/1937
        Marquette Deposit 1998
  42 Catholic Conference of Industrial Problems (CCIP): Fresno Meeting - Clippings, 3/08/1937-3/09/1937
        Marquette Deposit 1998
  43 Catholic Conference of Industrial Problems (CCIP): Denver Meeting - Clippings, 5/24/1937-5/25/1937
        Marquette Deposit 1998
  44 Catholic Conference of Industrial Problems (CCIP), 10/17/1937-10/19/1937
        Marquette Deposit 1998
Box Folder
65 1 Catholic Conference of Industrial Problems (CCIP): Catholic Action Week, Los Angeles -Clippings, 5/03/1934-5/04/1934
        Marquette Deposit 1998
  2 Catholic Conference of Industrial Problems (CCIP): Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1938-1956
        Marquette Deposit 1998
  3 Catholic Conference of Industrial Problems (CCIP): Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1932-1933
        Marquette Deposit 1998
  4 Catholic Conference of Industrial Problems (CCIP): Scrapbook (Loose), 1929-1930
        Marquette Deposit 1998
  5 Catholic Conference of Industrial Problems (CCIP): General Information-Milwaukee Blacks, 1925,1929
        Marquette Deposit 1998
  6 Catholic Conference of Industrial Problems (CCIP): Scrapbook (Partial), 1929-1930
        Marquette Deposit 1998
                       
Series 20: Publications and Printed Material, 1920-1969 (6 Boxes)
Printed material published by both the department and other organizations including pamphlets, booklets, manuals, newsletters, and news releases regarding a variety of largely social and economic issues and events. Of particular interest is The Yardstick, Catholic Tests of the Social Order, a regular news commentary originated by Father McGowan in the 1930s and continued until 2001 by his successor Msgr. George Higgins. The McGowan years, 1933-1944, are present here and duplicated in the Higgins Papers, which house the latter's contributions, 1944-2001. Another noted publication was the Social Action Notes for Priests, 1941-1968, available in part on microfilm and with both bound and loose issues.
Box Folder
66 1 Cultural, 1932-1937
  2 Cultural, 1932-1937
  3 Cultural, 1937
  4 Cultural, 1937
  5 Fight Against War and Fascism/Spanish Revolution, 1937
  6 Fight Against War and Fascism/Spanish Revolution, 1937
  7 Guilds, 1938
  8 Housing, 1937, n.d.
  9 Housing, 1937, n.d.
  10 Income, 1938
  11 Industrial Mobilization Plan, 1938
  12 Industries, Studies of, 1938
  13 International Labor Organization, 1936
  14 Labor Law, 1936
  15 Labor Legislation--General, 1937
  16 Labor Legislation--General, 1937
  17 Labor Legislation--General, 1937
  18 Labor Spies, 1937
  19 Law, 1937-1938
  20 Laymen, 1937
  21 Lectures, 1936
  22 Magazines, 1936-1937
  23 Magazines, Catholic Social (samples), 1937
  24 Married Women in Industry, 1939-1940
  25 Married Women in Industry, 1939-1940
  26 Mexico, 1936
  27 Missions, 1936
  28 Money, 1939
  29 National Labor Relations Board, 1937-1938
  30 Negro, 1932-1940
  31 Negro, 1932-1940
  32 Organizations, 1937-1938
  33 Pamphlets - Miscellaneous, 1933-1937
  34 Pamphlets - Miscellaneous, 1933-1937
  35 Pamphlets - Miscellaneous, 1933-1937
  36 Pamphlets - Miscellaneous, 1933-1937
  37 Partnership Plans, 1936
  38 Peace, 1938
  39 Peace, 1938
Box Folder
67 1 Peace - Foreign, 1936-1938
  2 People's Press, n.d.
  3 Prices, 1938
  4 Propaganda, 1937
  5 Public Works, 1938
  6 Puerto Rico, 1936
  7 Radio Speeches, 1936
  8 Railroads, 1936-1938
  9 Railroads, 1936-1938
  10 Railroads, 1936-1938
  11 Ryan-Miscellaneous Publications, 1920-1936
  12 Ryan-Miscellaneous Publications, 1920-1936
  13 Ryan-Miscellaneous Publications, 1920-1936
  14 Ryan-Miscellaneous Publications, 1920-1936
  15 Sermons, 1937-1938
  16 Social Security, 1936-1938
  17 Social Security, 1936-1938
  18 Social Security, 1936-1938
  19 Social Security, 1936-1938
  20 Socialism and Non-C.P. Communists, 1937-1938
  21 Socialism and Non-C.P. Communists, 1937-1938
  22 Socialism and Non-C.P. Communists, 1937-1938
  23 Social Action Department Statements, Testimony, 1933-1949
  24 Social Action Department Statements, Testimony, 1950-1959
  25 Social Action Department Statements, Testimony, 1960-1964
  26 Social Action Department Statements, Testimony, 1965
  27 Social Action Department Statements, Testimony, 1966
  28 Social Action Department Statements, Testimony, 1967
  29 Social Action Department Statements, Testimony, 1968-1969
  30 Spanish Speaking Division, Organizational Manual (1), 1968-1969
  31 Spanish Speaking Division, Organizational Manual (2), 1968-1969
Box Folder
68 1 Book: Bible And Labor, The by Joseph Husslein, S.J., 1924
        221 pages, 1 copy
  2 Pamphlet: Women and Industry by Raymond A. McGowan, 1926
        44 pages, 4 copies plus a leaflet advertisement for it, 1 copy
  3 Pamphlet: The Labor Problem: What It Is, How To Solve It by Raymond A. McGowan and John A. Ryan, 1921, 1933, 1936
        47 pages, 2 copies for 1921, reprints for 1933, 46 pages, 1 copy, and 1936, 48 pages, 1 copy.
  4 Pamphlet: The Christian Doctrine Of Property by John A. Ryan, 1923
        48 pages, 5 copies
  5 Booklet: Mexicans in the United States: A Report of a Brief Survey by Linna E. Bresette, 1928
        48 pages, 1 copy
  6 Pamphlet: The Equal Rights Amendment In Relation To Protective Legislation For Women by John A. Ryan, 1929
        13 pages, 2 copies
  7 Pamphlet: Unemployment: What Can Be Done About It? by John A. Ryan, 1929
        30 pages, 2 copies
  8 Pamphlet: Pastoral Letter Of The American Bishops, 1919, 1920
        80 pages, 1 copy plus a leaflet/advertisement, 8 pages, 1 copy
  9 Pamphlet: Religious Ideals In Industrial Relations by Cardinal William O'Connell, 1921
        30 pages, 1 copy
  10 Leaflet: Study Referendum On The Anthracite Industry, 1926
        1 page, 2 copies
  11 Booklet: The Enginemen's Strike On The Western Maryland Railroad, A Report by the Federal Council of Churches, Social Action Department of NCWC, and the Social Justice Commission of the Central Conference of America Rabbis, 1927
        130 pages, 2 copies
  12 Pamphlet: Our Common Catholic Work: Some Common Problems For Common Catholic Action: A Symposium, 1929
        31 pages, 1 copy , Introduction by Archbishop Edward J. Hanna.
  13 Pamphlet: Purpose Of The Parish Credit Union....by Frank O'Hara, 1930
        11 pages, 1 copy
  14 Pamphlet: A Study Of Unemployment by Rev. Raymond A. McGowan, 1930
        21 pages, 4 copies
  15 Booklet: Permanent Preventives Of Unemployment (Conference Addresses), 1931
        100 pages, 4 copies
  16 Pamphlet: Capital And Labor by Msgr. John A. Ryan, 1920, 1931
        30 pages, 1 copy; 24 pages, 1 copy
  17 Pamphlet: Forty Years After: Reconstructing The Social Order by Pope Pius Xi, 1931
        48 pages, 1 copy. Additional copies in NCWC OGS.
  18 Pamphlets, Leaflets: Reconstructing The Social Order by Pope Pius Xi, Summary, Study Outline, 1931
  19 Booklet: Toward Social Justice by Father Raymond A. McGowan, 1931
        96 pages, 3 copies
  20 Pamphlet: Some Timely Commentaries On A Great Encyclical: A Symposium, 1932
        22 pages, 5 copies
  21 Pamphlet: Catholic Principles And The Present Crisis by Msgr. John A. Ryan, 1932
        12 pages, 1 copy
  22 Pamphlet: Manual Of Religious Vacation Schools by Rural Life Bureau, NCWC, 1930, 1933
        48 pages, 1 copy; 103 pages, 2 copies
  23 Pamphlet: Social Justice In The 1935 Congress by Msgr. John A. Ryan, 1935
        12 pages, 1 copy
  24 Pamphlet: Organized Social Justice: Notes And Study Outline by S.A.D. Staff, 1935
        31 pages, 2 copies
  25 Pamphlet: The Shadow Of American Decline by Father Edgar Schmiedeler, 1935
        20 pages, 1 copy
  26 Pamphlet: Communism, Survey and Study Club Outline, 1937
        35 pages, 2 copies; 5 pages, 1 copy
  27 Pamphlet: Summary Of The Priests' Meeting At The National Social Action Conference, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, May 4, 1938, 1938
        7 pages, 4 copies
  28 Pamphlet: Testimonial Dinner To Right Reverend John A. Ryan, DD On The Occasion Of His Seventieth Birthday Anniversary, May 25, 1939, 1939
        23 pages, 1 copy
  29 Pamphlet: Catholics And The International Labor Organization by Father Albert Leroy, SJ, 1939
        51 pages, 2 copies
  30 Pamphlet: Social Action Series No. 1: New Guilds: A Conversation by Father Raymond A. McGowan, 1937
        32 pages, 4 copies
  31 Pamphlet: Social Action Series No. 2: Rugged Individualism by Father John F. Cronin, 1937
        31 pages, 2 copies
  32 Pamphlet: Social Action Series No. 3: The Wages And Hours Of American Labor by Father Francis J. Haas, 1937
        29 pages, 3 copies
  33 Pamphlet: Social Action Series No. 4: What Laws Must We Have? by Elizabeth Morrissy, 1937
        32 pages, 2 copies
  34 Pamphlet: Social Action Series No. 5: Consumers Cooperatives by Rev. Edgar Schmiedeler, 1937
        27 pages, 2 copies
  35 Pamphlet: Social Action Series No. 6: The American Labor Movement by Rev. Francis J. Haas, 1937
        36 pages, 2 copies
  36 Pamphlet: Social Action Series No. 7: Credit Unions by Franck O'Hara, 1937
        24 pages, 2 copies
  37 Pamphlet: Social Action Series No. 8: The Constitution And Catholic Industrial Teaching by Msgr. John A. Ryan, 1937
        32 pages, 1 photocopy
  38 Pamphlet: Social Action Series No. 9: Prices In The United States by Father John F. Cronin, 1937
        32 pages, 2 copies
  39 Pamphlet: Social Action Series No. 10: Economic Power In The United States by George T. Brown, 1937
        32 pages, 1 copy
  40 Pamphlet: Social Action Series No. 11: Our Rural Proletariat by Father Edgar Schmiedeler, 1938
        32 pages, 1 copy
  41 Pamphlet: Social Action Series No. 12: Debt System Or Property System by Richard Dana Skinner, 1938
        31 pages, 1 photocopy
  42 Pamphlet: Social Action Series No. 13: Why The Guilds Decayed by Henry Somerville, 1938
        32 pages, 1 copy
  43 Pamphlet: Social Action Series No. 14: Women In Industry by SAD members, 1938
        32 pages, 2 copies
  44 Pamphlet: Social Action Series No. 15: Balanced Abundance by Father Edgar Schmiedeler, 1937
        32 pages, 1 photocopy
  45 Pamphlet: Social Action Series No. 16: The Sound Old Guilds by Father Matthew Clancy, 1939
        32 pages, 1 copy
  46 Pamphlet: Social Action Series No. 17: Negro Workers In Free America by Father Francis J. Gilligan, 1939
        32 pages, 2 copies
  47 Pamphlet: Social Action Series No. 18: The Rural South: Problem Or Prospect? by Father Edgar Schmiedeler, 1940
        31 pages, 1 copy
  48 Pamphlet: Social Action Series No. 19: Jobs, Prices, And Unions by Msgr. Francis J. Haas, 1941
        32 pages, 2 copies
  49 Pamphlet: Social Action Series No. 20: Designs For Social Action by Father John M. Hayes, 1941
        32 pages, 2 copies
  50 Pamphlet: Social Action Series No. 21: Vanishing Homesteads by Father Edgar Schmiedeler, 1941
        32 pages, 1 copy
  51 Pamphlet: Social Action Series No. 22: Inflation And The Common Man by Martin E. Schirber, 1943
        31 pages, 1 photocopy
  52 Pamphlet: Social Action Series No. 23: Sharing The Profit With Employees by Father Joseph B. Kenkel, 1943
        28 pages, 3 copies
  53 Pamphlet: Christian Democracy Series No. 1: Citizen, Church, And State by Msgr. John A. Ryan, 1939
        32 pages, 1 photocopy
  54 Pamphlet: Christian Democracy Series No. 2: American Democracy vs. Racism, Communism by Msgr. John A. Ryan, 1939
        32 pages, 4 copies
  55 Pamphlet: Christian Democracy Series No. 3: Making Democracy Work by Jerome D. Kerwin, 1939
        32 pages, 4 copies
  56 Pamphlet: Christian Democracy Series No. 4: The Pope's Peace Program And The United States by James M. Egan, 1941
        32 pages, 3 copies
  57 Pamphlet: Christian Democracy Series No. 5: The Popes And Christian Citizenship by Father Francis J. Boland, CSC, 1941
        36 pages, 2 copies
  58 Pamphlets: Interfaith Conference On Unemployment, 4-6 June 1940: Report and Unemployment Must Be Abolished, 1940
        39 pages, 2 copies; 31 pages, 1 copy
  59 Booklet: The Spanish Speaking of the Southwest and West (Second Report), 1944
        64 pages, 1 copy
  60 Pamphlet: Seminar On Negro Problems In The Field Of Social Action, 2-5 July 1946, 1946; 1947
        36 pages, 1 copy; 36 pages, 6 copies
  61 Pamphlet: Sharing Management With Employees by Father Joseph B. Kenkel, 1947
        31 pages, 1 copy
  62 Book: Catholic Social Action by Father John F. Cronin, 1948
        247 pages, 1 copy
  63 Leaflet: Labor Day Statements, 1946 - 1949
  64 Typescript: Report Of Social Order Committee Of 'Industry Council Plan', 1951
        19 pages, 2 copies
  65 Leaflet: Labor Day Statements, 1950 - 1959
        1951 missing.