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I. Personal Papers. [series]:
 
A. Correspondence, 1925-1974. [subseries]:
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Includes personal letter to "Dunny ..." discussing Freud's "Beyond the Pleasure Principle" and "Group Psychology and the Analysis of the Ego"; poetry from Henry S. Dennison; Correspondence with Franklin Delano Roosevelt (Governor of the State of New York, and as President of the United States) regarding Smith's appointments to the positions of Massachusetts Commissioner of Labor and Industries (1931) and Executive Member of the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) (1934); Smith's letter of resignation from the NLRB to President Roosevelt and abbreviated version to Frances Perkins (Secretary of Labor).
  1  
Substantial correspondence from officials of the American Federation of Hosiery Workers concerning the Berkshire Knitting Mills strike. Includes 13-page brief discussing wages, sex discrimination, and breakdown of collective bargaining. Also of interest are news releases describing Reading, Pennsylvania manufacturers' admiration for Hitler and fascist Germany's labor policies.
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To Winston Churchill, Esq., M.P. regarding economic boycotts against fascist nations; Text of speech "The Basis of a Good Neighbor Policy" and related correspondence to Hon. Sumner Welles (Acting Secretary of State) and Ellis O. Briggs (Acting Chief, Division of the American Republics).
  1  
Lengthy (20-page) correspondence documenting Edwin S. Smith's (Director, National Council of American-Soviet Friendship, Inc.) trip to the Soviet Union (6/45-7/45). Includes detailed account of early passenger aviation; descriptions of Tripoli, Cairo, Moscow and Kiev, as well as meetings with cultural heroes such as Prokoviev, Shostakovich, Kabalevsky and Eisenstein.
  1  
Subpoena to appear before Committee on Un-American Activities of the House of Representatives; Discussion of Edwin Smith's (Am-Rus Literary and Music Agency) review of books on Henry David Thoreau, from Walter Harding (Professor, Teachers College, Geneseo, N.Y.), Leo Stoller (Professor, Dept. of English, Wayne State University and author of After Walden) and Turman Nelson; from Edwin Smith to Dr. Annette Rubinstein regarding Jacksonian democracy and Thoreau.
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Copy of Edwin Smith's "A Thoreau for Today" (Mainstream, April 1960) and related correspondence from: Paul Sherman (author of The Shores of America, Thoreau's Exploration), Leslie C. Dunn (Professor, Dept. of Zoology, Columbia University), Dirk Struck, Leo Stoller and Lola S. Haverstick.
  1  
Personal correspondence from Mary Van Kleeck; Copy of editorial entitled "Comment on Harvey Swados' `The West Coast Waterfront' Dissent, Autumn 1961" (10pp), sent to Smith by Lincoln Fairley (Research Director, International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union.)
  1  
Correspondence with Lincoln Fairley regarding Mechanization and Modernization Agreement funds; Copy to Edwin Smith of Ernest DeMaio's (President, United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America) letter to Raymond Dennis (International Union of Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers Toronto, Canada) concerning the Common Market's impact on the U.S. economy; table of Man-Days Lost Through Industrial Disputes in Selected Industries in France and Germany.
  1  
George Meany's opening remarks before the International Confederation of Free Trade Unions; Excerpt of M. J. Furay's manuscript The Forces And Events Which Led To The Institutionalization Of Unions In The American Way Of Life And The Impact Of That Process Upon Our Society And Culture (8pp); correspondence from Dr. Charles P. Larrowe and Lincoln Fairley regarding Smith's prospectus for his manuscript History of Labor.
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Lengthy criticism of Michael Eisner's (possibly a graduate student at the University of Wisconsin) manuscript discussing the role William Leiserson played on the NLRB (12pp); personal letter from Harvard classmate Carlyle Morris; hate mail from reactionaries.
  1  
Report entitled Deregistration of "D" Men, San Francisco, 1963-1964 (15pp); to Lincoln Fairley summarizing "leading ideas" discussed in Smith's manuscript History of Labor (4pp).
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To Hon. J. William Fulbright (Senator, Foreign Relations Committee) commending the committee on hearings it conducted regarding American military operations in Vietnam; Joseph Polowsky's (member, first American army patrol to meet the Soviet army at the Elbe River in Germany on 3/25/45) proposed resolution recommending the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council celebrate April 25 as a holiday of reconciliation, cooperation and rededication; letter of support to Senator Eugene McCarthy in his campaign for the Presidency; copy of letter to Coretta Scott King (Mrs. Martin Luther King, Jr.) from John W. Willoughby (Friends of the Library of Southampton College) requesting permission to name a collection on Black history and culture "The Martin Luther King, Jr. Collection".
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Personal correspondence between Edwin Smith and Mark Heming (friend from Sag Harbor). Includes Heming's accounts of his experiences in London.
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Personal correspondence between Edwin Smith and Mark Heming. Includes a discussion of Nixon and Watergate, as well as Smith's review of a film on the Chinese Communist Revolution. Personal letter from Thomas I. Emerson (Yale University Law School, formerly of the NLRB); poetry exchange with Marian Curtiss; personal letter from Moses Soyer (friend and member of the Artists Committee of the National Council of American Soviet Friendship) regarding "Ida".
 
B. Speeches, 1928-1950. [subseries]:
This subseries is arranged in chronological order, and includes addresses in full, excerpts from addresses, statements and testimonies before committees, radio talks and press releases. Many of the speeches appearing between 1930-33 were delivered while Edwin Smith held the position of Commissioner, Massachusetts Department of Labor and Industries. Other addresses were presented during the time he served as an Executive Board Member of the National Labor Relations Board (1934-41). Still later addresses were given when Edwin Smith worked as the Director of the Oil Workers Organizing Campaign (1941-42), and as Executive Director of the National Teachers Division, United Public Workers of America (1949-52).

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The Lumber Dealer Needs Cooperative Research
  1  
Will Ethical Practices Help Solve Merchandising Problems (before the New England Section of National Association of Stationers, Manufacturers and Office Outfitters)
  1  
How A Northern Democrat Feels About The Future
  1  
What Employers Can Do To Prevent Unemployment
  1  
Untitled Address (before the Women's Educational and Industrial Union)
  1  
The Problem of Stabilized Employment (given at the annual convention of the Association of Government Officials in Industry of the United States and Canada)
  1  
State Leadership Toward The Prevention of Unemployment, Massachusetts Commission on the Stabilization of Employment (before the Massachusetts Conference of Social Work)
  1  
Untitled Address (at the annual state conference of the Massachusetts Safety Council)
  1  
Radio Address (Boston American)
  1  
Extract of Address (before the annual convention of state branch [Massachusetts], American Federation of Labor)
  1  
Inspectors' Function in Promoting Employees Training and Education in Reducing Work Injuries
  1  
The Relationship of the Massachusetts Courts to the Forty-Four Hour Law
  1  
Opening Address (before the Second Interstate Conference on Labor Laws)
  1  
Radio Talk (New England Council)
  1  
The Labor Department Inspector's Part in Promoting Employee Education for Prevention of Work Injuries (before the Fourth Annual Greater New York Safety Conference)
  1  
A Defense of the Thirty-Hour Bill
  1  
Untitled Address (before the American Federation of Labor Convention at Springfield)
  1  
Meeting at Taunton (Discharged Moulders)
  1  
Section 7 (A) (before the New England Conference)
  1  
Radio Address (Ft. Worth, Texas)
  1  
Press Release of Speech (before the Regional Labor Board, 7th District, New Orleans, Louisiana)
  1  
Press Release of Speech (before the Regional Labor Board, 13th District, Ft. Worth, Texas)
  1  
Untitled Address (before the Consumers League of Massachusetts)
  1  
Notes on Company Unions (testimony on the Wagner Bill)
  1  
Should Government Foster Organization of Labor? (before the Commonwealth Club of California, San Francisco)
  1  
Statement (before Hearings of Subcommittee, on Senate Resolution 266)
  1  
Statement for release in next issue of Labor
  1  
Portland Radio Talk
  1  
Untitled Speech (before the Massachusetts State Federation of Labor, New Bedford)
  1  
Untitled Address (before the American Federation of Hosiery Workers Convention)
  1  
Untitled Address (before the National Conference of Social Work, Indianapolis, Indiana)
  1  
Adjustment of Industrial Disputes (before the International Association of Governmental Labor Officials, Toronto)
  1  
How the National Labor Relations Board Administers the Wagner Act (24th Annual National Business Conference, Babson's Institute, Wellesley Hills, Massachusetts)
  1  
Excerpt from Address (before the Associated Industries of New York State, Inc.)
  1  
Civil Rights for Labor (before the American Civil Liberities Union)
  1  
The Demand for Regulation of Labor Unions (before the International Juridical Association)
  1  
The National Labor Relations Act - Guardian of Democracy (before the Carolina Political Union, Durham, North Carolina)
  1  
The Drive Against the National Labor Relations Board (before the 2nd Convention of the United Office and Professional Workers of America)
  1  
Extracts from Speech (before the convention of Oil Workers International Union, Houston, Texas)
  1  
Excerpts from Talk (before the San Antonio Manufacturers Association)
  1  
The National Labor Relations Board and Business (before the Harvard Business School Alumni Association)
  1  
Untitled Speech (before the American Communications Association Convention)
  1  
Statement of Board Member Edwin S. Smith (re William Green's attack)
  1  
Government and the Trade Unions - An Analysis of Experience in Administering the National Labor Relations Act (before the International Industrial Relations Institute Regional Study Conference, Mexico City)
  1  
Excerpts from Speeches regarding the courts (before the Massachusetts Conference of Social Work)
  1  
The National Labor Relations Act in the Democratic Crisis (before the Church League for Industrial Democracy, Boston, Massachusetts)
  1  
Excerpts from Speech (presented at a town meeting on the National Labor Relations Act, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
  1  
What Sort of Liberalism Do We Want? (before the Liberal Club Conference, Williams College, Williamstown, Massachusetts)
  1  
Statement (before the Senate Committee on Education and Labor in connection with proposed amendments to the National Labor Relations Act)
  1  
Untitled Address (at the 5th Convention of United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America)
  1  
Untitled Address (before the Second Annual Biennial Convention of Transport Workers Union)
  1  
Statement (submitted to the Senate Committee on Education and Labor)
  1  
Civil Liberties in the Present Crisis (before the Civil Liberties Committee of Massachusetts)
  1  
The National Labor Relations Board (before the Harvard Law School Students)
  1  
Civil Liberties and National Defense (before the National Conference on Constitutional Liberties in America)
  1  
Statement (before the House Committee on Labor in connection with proposed amendments to the National Labor Relations Act)
  1  
Untitled Address (before the convention of the International Union of Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers, Denver, Colorado)
  1  
Untitled Address (before the Committee for People's Rights, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
  1  
The National Labor Relations Act and Its Administration (before the Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce)
  1  
Untitled Address (before the State Convention of Maryland and District of Columbia Industrial Union Council, Hagerstown, Maryland)
  1  
The National Labor Relations Act and Its Administration (before the Harvard, Yale and Princeton Engineering Associations, La Guardia Airport)
  1  
Democracy in Crisis (before the New York Conference for Inalienable Rights, New York City)
  1  
Address at the Lawyers Guild Dinner in Honor of Judge J. Warren Madden
  1  
Democracy and Academic Freedom (Testimonial Dinner to Dr. Franz Boas)
  1  
Untitled Address (before the annual luncheon meeting of the New York College Teachers Union)
  1  
The Current Attack on Our Civil Liberties (before the 5th annual convention of the National Lawyers Guild, Detroit, Michigan)
  1  
The Newspaper Guild and the Wagner Act (before the 8th annual convention of the American Newspaper Guild, Detroit, Michigan)
  1  
The Significance of Labor Day 1941 (before the Western Maryland Labor Day Celebration, Cumberland, Maryland)
  1  
Labor in the Present Crisis (before the annual convention of the Transport Workers Union of America, New York City)
  1  
The War and Labor's Civil Rights (before the Education Conference of the Indiana State Industrial Union Council)
  1  
Statement in Reply to Final Report of the Special Committee to Investigate the National Labor Relations Board
  1  
Labor and the War (delivered at the Anniversary Dinner of the International Juridical Association)
  1  
Labor, the War and the Poll Tax (before Jefferson's Birthday Meeting of the National Committee to Abolish the Poll Tax)
  1  
Untitled Address (delivered at the New York University Symposium, sponsored by the Young Progressives of America)
  1  
Testimony of Smith before Subcommittee to Investigate the Administration of the Internal Security Act And Other Internal Security Laws.
  1  
Civil Liberties in the Present Crisis (before a Mass Meeting of the National Action Conference for Civil Rights held under the auspices of the National Federation for Constitutional Liberties and the Washington Committee for Democratic Action)
  1  
Articles and Speeches Indexes: Smith's chronological listing of "Groups Before Which Edwin S. Smith Has Spoken." Also handwritten list of speeches and articles. Typed list of speeches.
 
C. Writings. [subseries]:
Writings by Edwin Smith are arranged alphabetically by subject. Included are drafts and final copies of articles, as well as interviews. A substantial part of this subseries is Smith's manuscript on the history of American labor, referred to as History of Labor. Also of interest are Smith's diaries and general notes recording his trip to the Soviet Union in 1945.

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Burdenz, Louis. Series of 10 articles written by Smith on Burdenz and the Communist Party.
  1  
Civil Liberties of Teachers. Drafts of eight articles relating to violations of academic freedom. Includes discussion of the Feinberg Acts and loyalty oaths; letters to the New York Times Editor; testimony at the hearings on the Master Plan of the Board of Trustees, State University of New York, Albany; statement on the Interrogation of Teachers Union Officials by Superintendent of Schools William Jansen; statement entitled Support of Foreign Teachers for New York Teachers Union in Its Struggle Against Timone Resolution and Suspension of 8 Teachers; "What's Happening to Your Children, Your School and Your Teachers" March of Labor.
  1  
Coal Industry. Drafts and final copies of ten articles written for The Daily Compass, examining the conditions under which miners live and work.
  1  
CIO. Drafts and final versions of four articles written for The Daily Compass, the series entitled "The CIO in Crisis". Includes discussion of the CIO and the World Federation of Trade Unions (WFTU). Paper entitled "Labor Gains Recognition" concerns CIO strikes in 1935.
  1  
History of Labor. Early format of manuscript includes annotated, edited drafts of forward; some of the text (annotated) which is divided into Books I, II, and III, containing chapters I and II, IV, VI respectively.
  1  
History of Labor. Includes revised draft of forward; early list of chapter headings and revised list of chapter headings.
  1  
History of Labor. Chapters I-XXX; Over 800 pages of typewritten text, surveying American labor history from Colonial times up to the Cold War era. Very little editing, possibly a near final version of the manuscript.
  2  
History of Labor. Chapters XXXI-XXXVIII; same as above.
  2  
History of Labor. Bibliography
  2  
History of Labor. Miscellaneous draft of correspondence; discussion of automation; discussion of racial discrimination.
  2  
Interviews with Labor Officials and Industrialists. Summaries and excerpts of interviews are arranged alphabetically and extend from one paragraph to six pages. Discussions appear to correspond to researcher subject files, and may well be related to various writing projects. Index.
  2  
Aaron, Benjamin (with Irving Berbstein, and Fred Myers) (11/29/61)
  2  
Abner, Willoughby (6/7/62)
  2  
Allard, John F. (2nd in command of auto workers of Los Angeles area) (12/1/61)
  2  
Annand, John (Teamsters, heads S. Cal. District Council) (11/62)
  2  
Barkin, Solomon (TWUA) (11/8/61)
  2  
Block, Joseph (Division of Wages and Industrial Relations, Dept. of Labor) (12/23/62)
  2  
Bridges, Harry (and Goldblatt) (11/17/61)
  2  
Cantfil, William (Assistant Director of Labor Management Reports) (1/28/62)
  2  
Chennault, ... (in charge of Compliance and Enforcement) (1/28/62)
  2  
Daugherty, James (S. Cal. Rep. for Mine, Mill) (12/61)
  2  
De Lacy, Hugh (11/30/61)
  2  
Denise, ... (Vice-President of Ford Co. in charge of Labor Relations) (3/27/62)
  2  
Doherty, William C. Jr. (Director, Social Projects Department, The American Institute for Free Labor Development) (11/13/62)
  2  
Donner, Frank (10/30/61)
  2  
Erikila, Reino (President, ILWU, Local 10, San Francisco) (11/20/61)
  2  
Fairley, Lincoln (and Sidney Rogers) (11/17/61,
  2  
11/23/61)
  2  
Fitzgerald, ... (c.1946, 1962)
  2  
Flaxner, Abe (1/22/62)
  2  
Fowler. C.D. (7/21/63)
  2  
Goldblatt, Lou (12/7/61)
  2  
Golden, Ben
  2  
Goldenthal, ... (European Common Market Development Corp.)
  2  
Goodman, Ernie (and Philo) (3/27/62)
  2  
Grace, W.R.
  2  
Hackler, Charles (formerly of NLRB, now lawyer for Teamsters Council of S. Cal.)
  2  
Haessler, Carl (auto history) (n.d.)
  2  
Helstein, Ralph (President, UPWA)
  2  
Hogue, Jo (Office Manager, Local 600, UAW)
  2  
Holmes, ... (Head of Teamster local, Detroit)
  2  
Huberman, Leo (and Paul Sweezy)
  2  
Johnson, Clyde (et al)
  2  
Karman, Marc (Educational Director, Amalgamated)
  2  
Kandal, Harry (UAW Diesel Plant)
  2  
Kenny, Robert
  2  
Kiestler, Alan (Organizing Dept., AFL-CIO)
  2  
Lens, Sidney
  2  
Lonergan, Edward M. (Assistant to Thomas Holleran, Trade Union Programs Division, Office of International Labor Affairs, U.S. Dept. of Labor)
  2  
Lyndon, Richard (Sec'y Treas. Local 6, Warehouse ILWU)
  2  
Matles, Jim
  2  
Matles, Jim
  2  
Mazey, Ernie
  2  
McElwain, Irwin (N.Y. Reg. Dir. NLRB)
  2  
McTernan, Frank (Lawyer for Amalgamated Lithographers of America)
  2  
Mills, Saul (AFL-CIO)
  2  
Myers, Blackie
  2  
Natrella, Vito (Ass't Commissioner for Reports, Securities and Exchange Commission)
  2  
Nixon, Russ
  2  
Peters, Edwin
  2  
Pinski, Paul (and Virginia Wood)
  2  
Poyer, Bruce (Research Director, Western Conference of Teamsters)
  2  
Prosten, Jessie
  2  
Queen, Henry A. (Head of Investigators, Bureau of Labor Standards)
  2  
Randolph, A. Philip
  2  
Ross (interview with assistant of Ross in International Division, AFL-CIO)
  2  
Rowell, Ed (Head of Labor Attache Program, State Dept.)
  2  
Sacharoff, Norris (Chief for Operations of the Labor Standards Bureau)
  2  
Seaton, (et al at GM in Detroit)
  2  
Selly, Joe (and Jeff Kyber and ... Bender)
  2  
(10/18/61, 1/8/63)
  2  
Schmidt, Henry
  2  
Senter, William (Letter to the editor of WFTU fortnightly paper)
  2  
Shelton, ... (Division of Foreign Labor Conditions of the Labor Statistics Division of the Labor Department)
  2  
Skolnick, ... (Dept. of Health, Education and Welfare)
  2  
Sturmthal, Adolph (Prof. of Economics, Bard College.) Industrial and Labor Relations Review, vol. I, pp. 624-638, July 1948)
  2  
Taylor, James (Liason man between Labor and State Departments)
  2  
Watts, Daniel (Liberation Committee for Africa)
  2  
Weinberg, Nat (UAW)
  2  
West, ... (Assistant to Mr. Warnat of the Statistic Div. of the Labor Department)
  2  
Witt, Nat
  2  
The Worker
  2  
Poetry
  2  
Walkers on the Beach
  2  
The Lovers
  2  
Rejected
  2  
A Survivor
  2  
The Young Poet
  2  
Over the Tea Cups
  2  
The End
  2  
Unemployment
  2  
On Seeing Prints by Hokusai, 1929
  2  
To My Father: who died after a long illness
  2  
Hospital Flowers
  2  
To Dick Shaw
  2  
A Chaplet of Haiku
  2  
Life of the Humming Bird
  2  
Hospital
  2  
Viet Nam
  2  
Little Marion
  2  
Diana
  2  
Spring Campaign
  2  
Proposal for a Study of Progressive Labor Unions
  2  
Soviet Union Trip. Articles entitled "Trip to the Soviet Union" (9/45) and "Visit to Tolstoy Estate" (10/45); diaries and general notes (6/10/45-8/20/45) record detailed impressions of individuals, places and events (90+pp). Pamphlet (47p.) "Organized Labor in the Soviet Union." (1943)
  2  
"The Problem of the Workless Child" Boys' Work Exchange (11/17/33); "What Workers and Employers Should Know About the National Labor Relations Act" reprint from Labor Information Bulletin (6/37).
 
D. Biographical information, news clippings, photographs. [subseries]:
This subseries is arranged alphabetically, and includes biographical information, obituaries, subpoena, newspaper clippings about Edwin Smith, photographs, research notes, fragments of writings and a tribute to Edwin Smith's aunt.

  2  
Biographical information; obituaries (1976-77); subpoena to appear before the Subcommittee on Internal Security of the Judiciary
  2  
Newspaper clippings. Includes "Scrapbook of Newspaper Clippings" which document Smith's career as Massachusetts Commissioner of Labor and Industries, and as Executive Member of the National Labor Relations Board. Many of the later clippings relate to the Senate Internal Security Subcommittee's investigation of Smith and others.
  2  
Photographs
  2  
Research Notes
  2  
Writings. Fragments of writings; tribute to Mary Bachelder Smith (Edwin Smith's aunt).
 
II. Research Files. [series]:
Research files are arranged alphabetically by subject and include newspaper clippings and publications.

  2  
AFL-CIO General
  2  
African-Asian Conference
  2  
AID
  2  
Agriculture and Agricultural Labor
  2  
Alliance for Progress
  2  
Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America
  2  
American Institute for Free Labor Development
  2  
Anti-Labor Propaganda - Bills and Laws
  2  
Arbitration
  2  
Asia
  2  
Automation
  3  
Automation
  3  
Black Civil Rights Movement
  3  
British Trade Unions
  3  
Books
  3  
Budget
  3  
Business Cycle and Business
  3  
Canada. Benjamin Caplan's "Memorandum on the Canadian Industrial Disputes Investigation Act."
  3  
Catholic Action
  3  
Catholic Church
  3  
CIA
  3  
Central Treaty Organization (CENTO)
  3  
China
  3  
Christian International
  3  
Civil Liberties
  3  
Cold War
  3  
Collective Bargaining
  3  
Comic Strip "Frontiers of Science"
  3  
Common Market - Agriculture
  3  
Common Market
  4  
Common Market
  4  
Common Market - Tariff
  4  
Community Services
  4  
Corruption
  4  
Cuba
  4  
Cuban Refugees
  4  
Czechoslovakia
  4  
Debs
  4  
Defense
  4  
DeMaio, Ernest
  4  
Depreciation
  4  
Developing Countries
  4  
Disarmament
  4  
Discrimination
  5  
Donner
  5  
Economic Growth
  5  
Egypt
  5  
Europe
  5  
European Coal and Steel Industry
  5  
European Free Trade Association (EFTA)
  5  
European Trade Union Comm.
  5  
FBI
  5  
Foreign Aid
  5  
Foreign Aid (Labor)
  5  
Foreign Labor
  5  
Foreign Policy
  5  
Foreign Trade
  5  
General Motors
  5  
Germany
  5  
Germany (Benjamin Caplan's "Memorandum on Labor Courts with Special Reference to the German System" and "Memorandum on the German Postwar System of Arbitration."
  5  
Gompers and Lincoln
  5  
Government and Foreign Labor
  5  
Government Aid to Business
  5  
History
  5  
Histradut
  5  
Hoffa Career - Corruption
  5  
Holland
  5  
Hunger
  5  
Imperialism (modern)
  5  
Income
  5  
International Bank
  5  
International Banking
  5  
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW)
  5  
International Confederation of Free Trade Unions (ICFTU)
  5  
International Federation of Plantation, Agricultural and Allied Workers (IFPAAW)
  5  
International Labor Organization (ILO)
  5  
International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union (ILWU)
  5  
International Monetary Fund
  5  
International Trade and Development Corporation
  5  
Internationals 1st and 2nd
  5  
Industrial Workers of the World (IWW)
  5  
Japan
  6  
Japan
  6  
Johnson, Lyndon Baines
  6  
Labor and Safety - Labor Attaches and Labor Dept. in Foreign Relations
  6  
Labor Dept. (U.S.)
  6  
Labor-Management Committee
  6  
Labor-Management Cooperation
  6  
Labor Visitors
  6  
Landrum-Griffin Act
  6  
Latin America
  7  
Latin America
  7  
Lenin
  7  
Lewis, John L.
  7  
Lie Dectors, etc.
  7  
Magdott
  7  
Malaysia
  7  
May Day
  7  
McCarran Act
  7  
McNamara, Robert
  7  
Meany, George
  7  
Middle East
  7  
Migration in Europe, Migration of Industry
  7  
Millionaires
  7  
Miscellany
  7  
Myrdal, Gunnar B.
  7  
National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) and Committee for Economic Development (CED)
  7  
Neo-Colonialism
  7  
Non-Aligned Nations
  7  
North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)
  7  
Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD)
  7  
Organization of American States (OAS)
  7  
Overseas Investment
  7  
Peace
  7  
Plant Removal
  7  
Population
  8  
Profit
  8  
Profit Sharing
  8  
Profit-Wages
  8  
Progressive Party
  8  
Public Ownership
  8  
Public Works
  8  
Raiding
  8  
Red Baiting
  8  
Right to Work
  8  
Rightists
  8  
Santo Domingo
  8  
Savings
  8  
Scientific Management
  8  
Sino-Soviet Quarrel
  8  
Sites Picketing
  8  
Slavery
  8  
Social Security
  8  
Socialists
  8  
Stock Ownership
  8  
Thirty Hour Work Week
  8  
Times (New York) News Summary
  8  
Triple Revolution
  8  
Undercover Agencies
  8  
Unions - Finances
  8  
Unions - Foreign Policy AFL-CIO
  8  
Unions - General
  8  
Unions - Membership
  8  
Unions - Politics
  8  
Unions - Thirty Hour Week
  8  
United Nations
  8  
United Nations Trade and Development Conference
  8  
USSR
  8  
Vietnam
  9  
Vietnam
  9  
Vietnam - Labor
  9  
Wages and Wage Methods
  9  
Western Europe
  9  
Western European Unions
  9  
World Bank
  9  
World Federation of Trade Unions (WFTU)
  9  
World Trade Conference
  9  
World Trade Union Unity
 
III. History of the National Labor Relations Board. [series]:
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Printed materials of the NLRB which include: executive orders, resolutions, statement of powers and jurisdiction, legal memoranda, legislative history of the NLRA, concurring opinions, decisions and dissents by Edwin Smith, rules and regulations, statements of procedure, and J.M. Landis' supplement to Cases on Labor Law, entitled Labor Law.
 
IV. Additional Papers. [series]:
 
A. Correspondence. [subseries]:
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Correspondence. Braden, Mrs. Anne - correspondence re articles in Monthly Review re Mississippi Freedom Labor Union; Curtiss, Marion - personal; Duryea, Perry B., Jr., House Speaker - routine; Freeman, Harry - personal re Smith's trip to Soviet Union; Ginsburg, Herman R. - personal; Gronouski, John A. - routine to Postmaster General; Huberman, Leonard - personal; Johnson, Pres. Lyndon B. - re Vietnam War; Kennedy, Robert F. - re bill restricting foreign travel; Lewis, Dr. John - routine including Smith's article "A Reply To Cornforth on Caulwell" (21 p.); Madden, Judge J. Warren - personal; Murdock, Rep. Abe - routine; Morris, Carlyle - personal; Pike, Rep. Otis - re foreign travel restrictions, re Vietnam War (c.c. Robert F. Kennedy and Jocab Javits); Rabinowitz - Louis Rabinowitz Foundation re proposal for grant to study American trade union movement; Roosevelt, Pres. Franklin D. - card invitation; Shanahan, Paul R. - correspondence with Kansas Secretary of State; Smith, Marion & Diana - personal to wife and daughter re Smith's Soviet Union trip (1945); Soyer, Moses - personal; Stowe, Helen - personal; Times - correspondence to editor re dispute mediation; Wallace, Mrs. Harry (Anne) - personal; Woods, Dorothy - personal; Miscellaneous personal correspondence - no full names.
 
B. Subject Files. [subseries]:
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American Committe for Armenian Rights. Routine Correspondence, pamphlets, photographs.
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American Economics Association Essay. Industry - A Problem in Human Resources - under pseudonym Frederick Adams - written shortly after college graduation.
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Berkshire Knitting Mills Strike (NLRB). Correspondence with American Federation of Hosiery Workers; news releases; pamphlets; "Chaos vs. Order in the Hosiery Indistry" - radio address by Pres. Emil Rieve.
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Federal Bureau of Investigations Deposition and Correspondence. Correspondence with Madden, Millis, Nathan Witt.
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Mexico City Conference - Federation of Latin American Workers. Newspaper clippings re Pres. Cardenas; editorial "Encouragement for Cardenas"; "Red Labor Marches in Mexico" by Hartley W. BArclay; "Mexico, Our Good Red Neighbor" by Hartley W. Barclay; "America's Future - Mill and Factory"
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National Council of American-Soviet Friendship. Speeches and radio addresses including "American-Soviet Friendship for Peace and Economic Stability"; "American Labor's Stake in Allied Labor Unity"; "Importance of Friendship with the Soviet Union"
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National Council of American-Soviet Friendship. Scrapbook contents including photographs, newspaper clippings, and pamphlets.
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Oil Workers Organizing Campaign. Correspondence with Clyde Johnson re book on subject; routine correspondence; photographs.
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Parish Art Museum. Routine correspondence, petitions, newspaper clippings re dismissal of George Perret as Museum Director.
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Poland Business Proposals. Correspondence re Polish trade, etc. with M.D. Deutsch, Ambassador Oscar N. Lang, "Proposal for the Organization of Trade Between Central Europe and Latin America"; report to R.B. Roger of Rogers InternationalCorp. re Polish Assignment, re Development of polish Business.
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Putney School. Calendar of events; newspaper clippings; correspondence with school's director Carmelita Hinton re teaching, re Putney School Faculty Association, re teachers' strike and negotiations, re resignation; personal correspondence re resignation; routine.
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Southampton College Library for Black History. Newspaper clippings; correspondence with Mrs. Martin Luther King, Jr. re Martin Luther King, Jr. Collection; correspondence to Harry Belafonte; pamphlets; speech by Smith re collection; routine.
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United Public Workers (Teachers' Division). Correspondence with Senator Claude PEpper from UPW Vice President Roy Eldean re Smith's appointment to Panama Canal Zone and denial of visa; correspondence re visa application and probe; correspondence re suspension of New York Teachers; "Jim Crow Discrimination Against U.S. Employees in the Canal Zone."
 
C. Drafts and Publications. [subseries]:
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Revised Drafts of History of Labor. Includes reference notes re ICGTU, CISL, ERP, AFL-CIO conventions, UAW, miscellaneous.
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Miscellaneous Publications. Includes: NLRB "Written Trade Agreements in Collective Bargaining"; International Labor Conference Record of Proceedings 1933.