Harrison Salisbury Papers
1927-1999


Finding Aid Prepared by Sondra Venable
April 2001


Date Range: 1927-1999
Size of Collection: 290 linear ft. (ca. 200,000 items in 677 Boxes; 1 Mapcase; 4 Flat Boxes)
Date of Acquisition: Gift of the Estate of Harrison Salisbury, 1993
Material on Microfilm: No material on microfilm.
Terms of Access: Available for faculty, students, or researchers engaged in scholarly or publication projects
Restrictions on Use or Access: PRTS dated May 22, 1997, on Box 678 for 30 years upto May 21, 2027.
Permission to publish any material from the collection must also be obtained in writing from the Director of the Rare Books and Manuscripts Library

Location in Stacks: Out of sequence:
Boxes 1-141: 14/28W & 29E
Boxes 142-677: 14/19E-20E
Processing Information: Processed by Sondra Venable and Patrick Lawlor
RLIN ID: NYCR

BIOGRAPHY

        The American journalist Harrison E. Salisbury (1908-1993) was well-known for his reporting and books on the Soviet Union. A distinguished correspondent and editor for the New York Times, he was the first American reporter to visit Hanoi during the Vietnam War.
Born November 14, 1908 in Minneapolis Minnesota Harrison E. Salisbury was the son of Percy and Georgiana Salisbury. His family was descended from English emigrants to the United States in 1640. Departing from a long line of craftsmen and farmers Salisbury's grandfather after whom he was named was a doctor in Minneapolis. His father worked for a company which made bags for the flour milling industry. Salisbury grew up in a neighborhood with a large concentration of poor Russian Jews which eventually established his reputation as a writer on Russian affairs. A solitary child Salisbury spent much of his time alone reading and writing. He graduated at age 16 from North Side High School where he edited the weekly newspaper. Enrolling at the University of Minnesota in 1925 he intended to study chemistry. After becoming editor of the campus daily and working as a reporter for the Minneapolis Journal he decided to pursue a career in journalism. Expelled from school after attempting to set up a test case with 20 comrades of the library's no-smoking rule Salisbury found a job working with United Press UP in St. Paul. He circulated through other UP bureaus in Chicago Washington D. C. and New York before being sent to Europe in 1942. In London a training ground during World War II for influential American journalists of the coming decades one of his fellow correspondents and friends was Walter Cronkite.
In 1944, Salisbury received his first assignment to Moscow where he covered the Russian army's victory over the retreating German troops. After the war he returned to New York as the foreign-news editor of UP. His initial view of life in Russia appeared in a series of articles for Colliers magazine and later as a book entitled Russia on the Way 1946 the first of over 20 books Salisbury would write relating to Russian history and politics. Dissatisfied working with UP he sought a position at the New York Times. Even though he did not want to return to the Soviet Union but he returned in 1949 as the Times Russian correspondent. His reports coming out of Moscow were heavily censored and in the McCarthy anti-Communist atmosphere prevailing in America at the time were seen as controversial.
In the spring of 1954 he traveled extensively through Siberia. His observations formed the basis for a 14-part report written after his return to the United States and printed in the New York Times as "Russia Re-viewed". The series received the 1955 Pulitzer Prize for international reporting. By the end of the decade Salisbury was focusing on the growing civil rights movement. Sent to cover race relations in the South in 1960, his reports led to a six million dollar libel suit against the Times which wasn't resolved in the Times' favor until 1964. In a landmark Supreme Court decision the Sullivan case established a strict standard for the judgment of libel regarding a public figure. Although barred from the Soviet Union for five years after receiving the Pulitzer Prize Salisbury was able to tour Poland Bulgaria Rumania and Albania in 1957 and his report on the deterioration of Communism in Eastern Europe led to a George Polk Memorial award for foreign news coverage. Allowed to visit the Soviet Union in 1959 and 1961-1962 Salisbury wrote several books describing the changes in the post-Stalin era. He also published Moscow Journal The End of Stalin 1961 which included the censored dispatches from his earlier five-year residence in Moscow. His knowledge of Stalin's regime provided the background for his well-received first novel The Northern Palmyra Affair 1962.
In 1962 Salisbury was named national news editor of the Times. He supervised the paper's excellent coverage of President Kennedy's assassination and in 1964 became assistant managing editor. In 1970 Salisbury became the first editor of the New York Times' Op-ed page. In 1972 he was elevated to the rank of associate editor. At the end of 1973 he retired from the New York Times.
He had been awarded the Pulitzer Prize for International Reporting in 1955, the Overseas Press Club Award, and, the George Polk Memorial Award. After leaving The Times Salisbury continued to write and publish. He wrote about the Soviet Union in a series of books including Black Night White Snow 1978 One Hundred Years of Revolution 1983 and A Journey for Our Times A Memoir 1983 which also narrates his boyhood and early career as a journalist. His memoirs were elaborated in another book published in 1988 entitled A Time of Change.
In retirement Salisbury traveled several times to China and wrote a book describing his history of the making of the Chinese Red Army following the course of the Long March: The Long March: The Untold Story (1985). Salisbury's reports on North Vietnam were given the Overseas Press Club and George Polk Memorial Awards and his experience was described in the book Behind the Lines (1967), he also wrote Orbit of China (1967), the best-seller The 900 Days The Siege of Leningrad 1969 and War Between Russia and China 1969 Salisbury's coverage of Al Capone's trial to his presence at the 1989 Tianamen Square uprising were described in Tianamen Diary Thirteen Days in June 1988
Salisbury's other works inlcude The Kingdom and the Power (1966), Russia in Revolution 1979 The New Emperors China in the Era of Mao and Deng 1992 and his last Heroes of My Time 1993 Salisbury wrote an authorized but independent history of the New York Times which was published as Without Fear or Favor 1980, it discusses the shift in the paper from reporting the news to becoming more actively engaged in political events. Salisbury focuses his story on the decision of the Times to print the secret study of the Vietnam War, the Pentagon Papers which provoked a confrontation with the Nixon administration.
and Salisbury had two sons from his first marriage, which ended in divorce. In 1964 he married Charlotte Young Rand and they lived in Manhattan and Taconic Connecticut.

SCOPE AND CONTENT

       An extensice collection of Articles, Correspondence, Newspapers, Notes, Reports, Reviews, Letters, Magazines, Memos, Books, Cards, Clippings, Interviews, Press Releases, Manuscripts, Documents, Photographs.

Cataloged Correspondence

1  Adler, Julius Ochs
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York 1954-1955
       2 t.l.s.


Cards

1  Alliluyeva, Svetlana
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       [v.p.] 1971-1988
       20 t.l.s.
       10 a.l.s
        2 t.l.
       1 a.l
       1 a.p.c.s

     Note: Some with photos

1  Alliluyeva, Svetlana
     To Lois and Lorna Shade
        Middleton Wisc. and U.K. 1989-1990
       1 a.l.s.
       1 a.l


New York Times

1  Alliluyeva, Svetlana
     To The New York Times
       London 19 Jul, 1991
       1 Facsimile Message (photo copy)

1  Alsop, Joseph Wright
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Washington 1974-1984
       3 t.l.s.


Moscow

1  Atkinson, Brooks
     To Arthur Hays Sulzberger
       Moscow 16 Sept 1945
       4 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With carbon reply

1  Atkinson, Brooks
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       [v.p.] 1962-1982
       9 t.l.s.

1  Auchincloss, Louis Stanton
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York 1985-1989
       1 t.l.s.
       1 a.p.c.s.
       1 a.l.s.


Charlotte Young Salisbury

1  Auchincloss, Louis Stanton
     To Charlotte Young Salisbury (Mrs. Harrison E.)
       New York 14 Jul 1993
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

1  Avedon, Richard
     To Harrison and Charlotte Salsibury
       New York and [n.p.] 1978
       2 a.n.s.
       1 telegram

     Note: With photo of Salisburys

1  Baker, Russell
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       [v.p.] 1964-1989
       5 t.l.s.
       2 a.l.s.

1  Baker, Russell
     To Charlotte Young Salisbury (Mrs. Harrison E.)
       [v.p.] 1993-1994
       2 t.l.s.
       1 a.l.s.

1  Ball, George W.
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York and Princeton 1967 and 1992
       2 t.l.s.

1  Barzun, Jacques
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York 1971-1977
       5 t.l.s.

1  Belosselsky, Serge
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York 15 Sept 1964
       1 p. t.l.s.

1  Benton, William
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York 1955-1972
       32 t.l.s.
       1 a.l.s.

     Note: Some also to Charlotte Salisbury

1  Bhutto, Zulfikar Ali
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Karachi 26 Aug 1969
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With related letter

1  Black, Cyril Edwin
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York and Princeton 1962-1979
       5 t.l.s.

1  Bly, Robert
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       v.p. 1971-1987
       6 a.l.s.
       1 a.p.c.s.
       1 Telegram
       1 a.n.s.

1  Bond, Julian
     To The New York Times
       Atlanta Ga. 1963 and 1968
       2 t.l.s. (both with clippings)

1  Boorstin, Daniel J.
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Washington 6 Sept 1985
       1 p. t.l.s.

1  Bowles, Chester
     To Arthur Hays Sulzberger
       New Delhi 7 Mar 1953
       12 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With carbon copy of letter from Sulzberger

1  Bowles, Chester
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Washington and New Delhi 1959-1968
       12 t.l.s.

1  Bowles, Chester
     To Harrison and Charlotte Salisbury
       n.p. n.d.
        a.p.c.s.

2  Breslin, Jimmy
     To Abraham M. Rosenthal or Arthur Gelb
       New York 24 Aug 1973
       1 p. Telegram

     Note: With related letter on same sheet

2  Brooks, Gladys Rice Billings (Mrs. Van Wyck)
     To Charlotte Young Salisbury (Mrs. Harrison E.)
       New York and Bridgewater Conn. 1969 and 1971
       2 a.l.s.

2  Brooks, Gladys Rice Billings (Mrs. Van Wyck)
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Bridgewater 1971 and 1975
       2 a.l.s.

2  Brooks, Gwendolyn
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       v.p. 1982-1987
       5 a.l.s.
       1 Printed Announcements

2  Brooks, Gwendolyn
     To Charlotte Young Salisbury
       Chicago 24 Jul 1993
       4 p. a.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

2  Brown, Helen Gurley (Mrs. David)
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York 1983-1989
       3 t.l.s.

2  Brown, Helen Gurley (Mrs. David)
     To Charlotte Young Salisbury (Mrs. Harrison E.)
       New York 8 Jul 1993
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

2  Brustein, Robert
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Vineyard Haven Mass. 1965
       3 t.l.s.

2  Brzezinski, Zbigniew
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York 1963-1968
       4 t.l.s.
       1 t.l.

     Note: Carbon copy with a.n.s. to Arthur Ochs Sulzberger

2  Buchanan, Patrick J.
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Washington 1974-1975
       2 t.l.s.

2  Buckley, William Frank , Jr.
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York and n.p. 1963-1986
       12 t.l.s.
       1 t.l. with a.n.s.

2  Bundy, William P.
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       v.p. 1967-1975
       6 t.l.s.

2  Burger, Warren Earl
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Washington Jul 1980
       2 t.l.s.

2  Caen, Herb
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       San Francisco 13 Oct 1987
       1 p. t.l.s.

2  Calder, Alexander and Louisa
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Sache France 1967
       2 a.p.c.s.

2  Caldwell, Erskine
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Scottsdale Ariz. 1984 and 1986
       2 t.l.s.

2  Canfield, Cass
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York 1954-1983
       81 t.l.s.
       1 t.l.
       4 a.l.s.

2  Canfield, Cass
     To Evan Thomas
       New York 23 Jan 1967
       1 p. t.l.s.

2  Carroll, Wallace
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       v.p. 1957-1974
       5 t.l.s.
       1 t.l. (mimeograph)
       1 p.l. with a.n.s.

2  Carroll, Wallace
     To O'Neill
       Washington 15 Aug 1962
       1 p. t.l.

     Note: Mimeograph, with t.l. from Salisbury on same sheet

2  Catledge, Turner
     To Julius Ochs Adler
       New York 2 Oct 1950
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With Telegram to Salisbury

2  Catledge, Turner
     To Joseph Callahan
       New York 19 Mar 1966
       1 p. t.l.s.

2  Catledge, Turner
     To E. Clifton Daniel
       New York 1964-1966
       3 t.l.

2  Catledge, Turner
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       v.p. 1949-1968
       22 t.l.s.
       3 telegrams
       17 t.l.
       1 a.p.c.s.

2  Catledge, Turner
     To Arthur Ochs Sulzberger
       New York 25 Aug 1964
       1 p. t.l.

     Note: With a.n.s. from Sulzberger on same page

3  Cerf, Bennett A.
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York 4 Mar 1969
       1 p. t.l.s.

3  Chancellor, John
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Washington and New York 1965 and 1980
       2 t.l.s.

3  Chomsky, Noam
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Cambridge Mass. 13 Jan 1969
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With related letter

3  Clark, Joe
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       v.p. 1954-1988
       12 t.l.s.
       1 Telegram
       1 a.p.c.s.
       1 a.l.s.

3  Clark, Joe
     To Mario M. Cuomo
       New York 15 Mar 1988
       3 p. t.l.s.

     Note: Photo copy; with letter to Salisbury, 21 March 1988

3  Clifford, Clark M.
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Washington 1973 and 1975
       2 t.l.s.

3  Clinchy, Everett R.
     To Julius Ochs Adler
       New York 22 Sept 1954
       1 p. t.l.s.

3  Clinchy, Everett R.
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       v.p. 1954-1982
       37 t.l.s.
       1 t.l.
       12 a.l.s.
       1 a.n.s.

3  Clinchy, Everett R.
     To Charlotte Young Salisbury (Mrs. Harrison E.)
       New York 12 May 1980
       2p. a.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

3  Commager, Henry Steele
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Amherst Mass. and Cambridge U.K. 1962-1985
       10 t.l.s.

3  Conquest, Robert
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       London 1969-1973
       4 t.l.s.

3  Cousins, Norman
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York and Los Angeles 1959-1990
       16 t.l.s.

3  Cowley, Malcolm
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Sherman Conn. 1974-1983
       3 t.l.s.
       1 a.l.s.
       1 a.p.c.s.

3  Cowley, Malcolm
     To William Jay Smith
       Sherman Conn. 31 Aug 1976
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: See letter to Salisbury, same date. With related letter from Smith

3  Cronkite, Walter
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York and n.p. 1970-1978
       4 t.l.s.

3  Deutsch, Babette
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York 1972-1976
       7 t.l.s.
       1 t.p.c.s.

3  Deutsch, Babette
     To Richard Wilbur
       New York 15 Jun 1975
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: Carbon copy

3  Dickey, James
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Columbia S.C. 25 Aug 1983
       1 p. t.l.s.

3  Djilas, Milovan
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York 17 Oct 1968
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With carbon reply

3  Douglas, William Orville
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Washington 1956 and 1969
       4 t.l.s.

3  Dulles, Allen W.
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Washington 15 Dec 1956
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With related letter

3  Eaton, Cyrus S.
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       v.p. 1956-1974
       71 t.l.s.
       1 a.l.s.
       5 Telegrams

4  Edelstein, Julius C. C.
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York 1959-1989
       5 t.l.s.

4  Ehrenberg, Ilya
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Moscow 1961-1965
       6 t.l.s.

4  Ellsberg, Daniel
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       n.p. 14 Feb 1970
       2 p. a.l.s.

4  Engle, Paul
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Iowa City 1983-1985
       7 t.l.s.

4  Ernst, Morris Leopold
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York 1968-1974
       28 t.l.s.
       2 a.n.s.

4  Ernst, Morris Leopold
     To Henry Raymont
       New York 5 Feb 1971
       1 p. t.l.

     Note: Carbon copy; a.n.s. to Salisbury on same sheet

4  Ferlinghetti, Lawrence
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       San Francisco 30 Sept 1962
       1 p. t.l.s.

4  Fish, Hamilton, Jr.
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Washington 2 Sept 1981
       1 p. t.l.s.

4  Fisher, Dorothy Canfield
     To Mary Pritchard Salisbury (Mrs. Augustus Harrison)
       Omaha n.d.
       1 p. a.l.s.

4  Fisher, Dorothy Canfield
     To Susan May Salisbury
       v.p. 1916-1943 (most undated)
       46 t.l.s.
       4 a.l.s.
       4 a.p.c.s.

4  Fisher, Dorothy Canfield
     n.a.
       Paris 19 Nov 1916
       3 p. t.l.

4  Frankel, Max
     To James B. Reston
       Washington Feb 1969
       1 p. a.l.s.

4  Frankel, Max
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       v.p. 1958-1991 (some undated)
       31 t.l.s.
       8 t.l.
       13 a.l.s.
       2 a.n.s.

4  Frankel, Max
     To Charlotte Young Salisbury (Mrs. Harrison E.)
       New York Jul 1993
       1 p. a.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

4  Frankenthaler, Helen
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York and Bennington Vt. 1976-1978
       2 a.l.s.
       1 a.p.c.s.

4  Frankenthaler, Helen
     To Charlotte Young Salisbury (Mrs Harrison E.)
       Stamford Conn. 14 Jul 1993
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

4  Frankfurter, Felix
     To Charles Merz
       v.p. 1937-1960
       16 t.l.s.
       12 a.l.s.
       1 Telegram

5  Freeman, Orville L.
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       St. Paul Minn. and Washington 1958 and 1965
       2 t.l.s.

     Note: One with documents re Boundary Waters Canoe Area

5  Friendly, Fred W.
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York 1968-1978
       4 t.l.s.

     Note: Some with related materials

5  Fulbright, James William
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Washington 1967
       2 t.l.s.

5  Fuller, R. Buckminster
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       v.p. 1968-1982
       1 Telegram
       4 t.l.s.
       1 card with a.n.s.

5  Galbraith, John Kenneth
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Cambridge Mass. 1980-1983
       3 t.l.s.

5  Gallup, George
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Princeton N.J. 1968
       5 t.l.s.

5  Gallup, George
     To James B. Reston
       Princeton N.J. 10 Jul 1969
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With letter from Reston to E.C. Daniel

5  Gill, Brendan
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York 31 Jul 1968
       1 p. t.l.s.

5  Gingrich, Arnold
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York 1967 and 1976
       2 t.l.s.

5  Ginsberg, Allen
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       v.p. 1959-1986
       4 t.l.s.
       7 a.l.s.
       1 a.n.s.
       3 a.p.c.s.

5  Ginsberg, Allen
     To Charlotte Young Salisbury (Mrs. Harrison E.)
       New York 4 Aug 1993
       1 p. a.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

5  Ginsberg, Allen
     To Claude Sitton
       San Francisco 8 Jul 1968
       1 p. a.l.s.

     Note: With related documents

5  Gray, Francine du Plessix
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       v.p. 1980-1991 (several n.d.)
       2 t.l.s.
       5 a.l.s.
       4 a.p.c.s.

5  Gray, Francine du Plessix
     To Charlotte Young Salsibury (Mrs. Harrison E.)
       Warren Conn. 7 Jul 1993
       2 p. a.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

5  Guggenheim, Harry F.
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York and Garden City N.Y. 1962-1968
       4 t.l.s.

5  Halberstam, David
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       v.p. 1965-1992
       5 t.l.s.
       7 a.l.s.

5  Halberstam, David
     To Charlotte Young Salisbury (Mrs. Harrison E.)
       New York 4 Aug 1993
       1 p. a.l.s.

     Note: With envelope, related manuscript

5  Haley, Alex
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Beverly Hills Ca. 27 Aug 1985
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With related letter

5  Hamill, Pete
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York 29 Sept 1985
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

5  Harcourt, Alfred
     To Dorothy Canfield Fisher
       New York 28 Aug 1918
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With a.l.s. from Fisher to Susan Salisbury on same sheet) -- filed with Fisher letters

5  Harriman, W. Averell
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Paris and Washington 1969-1983
       3 t.l.s.

     Note: Christmas cards.

5  Hearst, William Randolph, Jr.
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York 26 Oct 1960
       1 p. t.l.s.

5  Heller, Joseph
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York 22 Oct 1980
       1 p. a.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

5  Hellman, Lillian
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       v.p. 1967-1978
       4 t.l.s.
       1 a.p.c.s.

5  Hersey, John
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       v.p. 1978-1987
       5 a.l.s.
       1 t.l.s.

     Note: With John Brooks

5  Hindus, Maurice Gerschon
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Belgrade 21 Aug 1961
       1 p. t.l.s.

5  Hollings, Ernest F.
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Washington 24 Nov 1970
       1 p. t.l.s.

5  Hoover, Herbert Clark
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York 1958
       2 t.l.s.

5  Humphrey, Hubert Horatio
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Washington and St. Paul 1964-1973
       3 t.l.s

5  Humphrey, Hubert Horatio
     To Cyrus Eaton
       Washington 5 Jan 1970
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: Photo copy -- see Eaton to Salisbury, 14 Jan. 1970

5  Jackson, Henry M.
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Washington 1963 and 1975
       5 t.l.s.

5  Jameson, Storm
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Ilkley and Cambridge U.K. 1946-1983
       24 t.l.s.
       13 a.l.s.

5  Janeway, Eliot
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York and n.p. 1964-1974
       10 t.l.s.
       2 t.l.

5  Janeway, Elizabeth Hall (Mrs. Eliot)
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York 1964-1975
       3 t.l.s.

5  Javits, Jacob Koppel
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Washington and New York 1967-1983
       3 t.l.s.

6  Johnson, Earl J.
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       v.p. 1954-1973
       7 t.l.s.
       12 a.l.s.
       1 a.n.s.
       1 a.p.c.s.

6  Johnson, Lady Bird Taylor (Mrs. Lyndon Baines)
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Stonewall Tx. 17 Feb 1973
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

6  Johnson, Lyndon Baines
     To Charles Merz
       n.p. 24 Jul 1957
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: Enclosure mentioned is missing

6  Johnson, Lyndon Baines
     To Harrison Salisbury
       Austin, TX 6 October 1972
       1 page t.l.s. (with envelope)

6  Jong, Erica
     To Harrison and Charlotte Salisbury
       n.p. 12 May 1983
       1 p. t.l.s.

6  Kanin, Garson
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York 1983-1985 and n.d.
       3 t.l.s.
       1 t.l.

6  Kapitsa, Sergei Petrovich
     To Harrison Salisbury
       Moscow 9 November 1988
       1 telegram (telex)

6  Kazin, Alfred
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York 1973 and 1983
       3 t.l.s.

6  Kazin, Alfred
     To Charlotte Young Salisbury (Mrs. Harrison E.)
       New York 9 Jul 1993
       1 p. a.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

6  Keating, Kenneth B.
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Washington and New Delhi 1961-1970
       5 t.l.s.

6  Keaton, Diane
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York and London 1979-1982
       1 t.l.s.
       3 a.p.c.s.

6  Kennan, George Frost
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       v.p. 1955-1993
       22 t.l.s.
       1 t.l.
       7 a.l.s.
       1 t.p.c.s.
       1 a.p.c.s.

6  Kennan, George Frost
     To Charlotte Young Salsibury (Mrs. Harrison E.)
       Princeton N.J. 13 Sept 1993
       1 p. a.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

6  Kennedy, Edward Moore
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Washington 1979-1982
       3 t.l.s.
       1 Mailgram

6  Kennedy, John Fitzgerald
     To Georgianna Evans Salisbury (Mrs. Percy P.)
       Washington 30 Sept 1963
       1 p. t.l.s.

6  Kennedy, John Fitzgerald
     To Harrison Salisbury
       Washington 16 December 1960
       1 p. t.l.s. (with envelope; sig. washed away)

6  Kirk, Alan Goodrich
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York 11 May 1962
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With related letter

6  Kirk, Grayson
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York 1955 and 1965
       2 t.l.s.
       1 Telegram

6  Kirkland, Lane -- see George Meany Knopf, Alfred A.
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York 1961-1975
       4 t.l.s.

6  Korda, Michael. V
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York 1963-1989
       10 t.l.s.

6  Kristol, Irving
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York 5 Jan 1970
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With related letter

6  Krock, Arthur
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Washington 1955-1972
       9 t.l.s.
       1 t.l.
       4 a.l.s.
       1 Telegram

6  Krock, Arthur
     To Arthur Hays Sulzberger
       New York Feb 1936
       1 p. a.n.s.

     Note: At top of Telegram to Krock from Bertram D. Hulen

6  Laird, Melvin R.
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Washington 21 May, 1976
       2 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With carbon reply

6  Landers, Ann (Esther Friedman Lederer)
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Chicago 23 Jul 1973
       1 p. t.l.s.

6  Lane, Mark
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York 1964 and 1966
       2 t.l.s.

6  Lasker, Mary (Mrs. Albert D.)
     To E. Clifton Daniel
       New York n.d.
       1 p. t.l.s.

6  Lasker, Mary (Mrs. Albert D.)
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York 1966-1971
       4 t.l.s.

6  Lattimore, Owen
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       v.p. 1961-1974
       8 t.l.s.
       5 a.l.s.

6  Lehman, Orin
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Albany N.Y. 4 Aug 1978
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With clipping, related letter

6  Lerner, Max
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York 7 Jan 1971
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With carbon reply

6  Levine, Isaac Don
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Carlsbad Ca. and Waldorf Md. 1965-1980
       3 t.l.s.
       5 a.l.s.

6  Lilienthal, David Eli
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York 1962-1973
       13 t.l.s.
       5 a.l.s.

     Note: Some with enclosures

7  Lindsay, John Vliet
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York 4 May 1987
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With carbon reply

7  Lindsay, John Vliet
     To Charlotte Young Salisbury (Mrs. Harrison E.)
       New York 7 Jul 1993
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

7  Lippmann, Walter
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York and Washington 1954-1967
       3 t.l.s.


Litvinov

7  Litvinov, Maxim
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Moscow 9 Apr 1950
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

7  Long, Russell B.
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Washington 17 May 1971
       2 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With related letter

7  Luce, Henry R
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York 15 Mar 1955
       1 p. t.l.s.

7  Lynes, Russell
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York 1970-1993
       3 t.l.s.
       1 a.l.s.
       1 a.n.s.

7  Lynes, Russell
     To Israel Shenker
       New York 5 Apr 1970
       1 p. t.l.

     Note: Carbon copy; on same sheet as a.n.s. to Salisbury

7  McCarthy, Mary
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Paris 10 Apr 1987
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With envelope, 2 related letters

7  McCormick, Ken
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York 1962-1990
       20 t.l.s.

7  Macdonald, Dwight
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       v.p. 1973-1982
       6 t.l.s.
       2 a.l.s.
       1 a.l.

7  McGill, William J.
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York 1970-1977
       4 t.l.s.

7  McGovern, George Stanley
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Washington 1967-1978
       4 t.l.s.
       1 a.n.s.

     Note: On text of speech

7  MacIver, Robert M.
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
        New York 1958 and 1961
       3 t.l.s.

7  MacLeish, Archibald
     To Turner Catledge
       Conway Mass. 1962
       1 t.l.s.
       1 Telegram

7  MacLeish, Archibald
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Conway Mass. and n.p. 1971-1976
       7 a.l.s.

7  Macrae, Elliott
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York 1956-1967
       6 t.l.s.

7  McWillliams, Carey
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York 1962 and 1967
       3 t.l.s.

7  Mailer, Norman
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Brooklyn 18 Mar 1977
       1 p. t.l.

     Note: Photo copy with autograph greeting; related document

7  Manchester, William
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Middletown Conn. 1957-1969
       3 t.l.s.

7  Mansfield, Michael J.
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Washington 11 Sept 1963
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With clippings; carbon reply

7  Markel, Lester
     To Turner Catledge
       New York 15 Mar 1965
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: Signed with initials

7  Markel, Lester
     To E. Clifton Daniel
       New York 1964-1965
       2 t.l.s.

7  Markel, Lester
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York and London 1954-1976
       36 t.l.s.
       2 Telegram

7  Markel, Lester
     To Mr. Schwarz and Mr. Bergman
       New York 20 Dec 1957
       1 p. t.l.

     Note: Carbon copy

7  Marshall, Herbert
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Carbondale Ill. 1969-1983 (1 n.d.)
       9 t.l.s.
       1 a.l.s.

7  Matthews, Herbert Lionel
     To Charles Merz
       London 1949
       1 p. Telegram

7  Matthews, Herbert Lionel
     To Arthur Hays Sulzberger
       New York 11 Dec 1953
       1 p. t.l.s.

7  Matthews, Herbert Lionel
     To Arthur Hays Sulzberger
       New York 2 Aug 1960
       2 p. t.l.s.

     Note: Copy -- see Sulzberger to Merz, 4 Aug. 1960

7  Matthews, Herbert Lionel
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       v.p. 1967-1973
       5 t.l.s.
       1 a.l.s.

7  Meany, George and Lane Kirkland
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York and Washington 1975
       2 t.l.s.

7  Mehta, Ved Parkash
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York 27 July1982
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

7  Mehta, Ved Prakash and Dorothy Norman
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York 12 Feb 1976
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With autograph postscript by Mehta, related letter

7  Melman, Seymour
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York 8 Jun 1961
       2 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With carbon reply

7  Menshikov, Mikhail A.
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Washington and Moscow 1961 and 1964
       2 t.l.s.
       1 New Year's card with a.n.s.

7  Menshikov, Stanislav Mikhailovich
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       v.p. 1966-1987
       10 t.l.s.
       1 a.l.s.
       4 New Year's cards
       1 Telegram

7  Menuhin, Yehudi
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Gstaad Switz. and New York 1959
       1 t.l.s.
       1 t.l.

7  Meredith, William
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York and New London Conn. 1975-1976
       6 t.l.s.

7  Metz, Allen
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Berkeley, CA 14 November 1975
       1 a.l.s.

     Note: Salisbury had this framed

7  Meyner, Robert B.
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Trenton and Newark 1959 and 1962
       2 t.l.s.

7  Michener, James A.
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Pipersville Pa. and Austin Tx. 1967 and 1992
       2 t.l.s.

7  Michener, James A.
     To Fredric Warburg
       Pipersville Pa. 15 Mar 1967
       1 p. t.l.

     Note: Carbon copy -- see Warburg to Salisbury, 10 April 1967

7  Middleton, Drew
     To Emmanuel R. Freedman
       Paris 12 Jan 1965
       1 p. Telegram

     Note: With related Telegram

7  Middleton, Drew
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       London and New York 1955 and 1976
       1 t.l.s.
       1 Telegram

7  Mihajlov, Mihajlo
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Arlington Va. 1978
       2 t.l.s.
       1 a.l.s.

7  Miller, Arthur
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       v.p. 1975-1993
       2 t.l.s.
       1 a.p.c.s.

8  Mondale, Walter Frederick
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Washington 1974-1985
       5 t.l.s.

8  Morgenthau, Hans Joachim
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York 1970 and 1974
       2 t.l.s.

8  Moses, Robert
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York 1958-1974
       7 t.l.s.

8  Moynihan, Daniel Patrick
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Cambridge Mass. 21 Feb 1968
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With related document

8  Myrdal, Jan
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       v.p. 1969-1991 and n.d.
       10 t.l.s.
       1 Telegram

8  Nash, Ogden
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       North Hampton N.H. 1969
       1 a.l.s.
       1 a.p.c.s.

8  Ne Win
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Rangoon 25 May 1967
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With 2 related letters


Nixon

8  Nixon, Richard Milhous
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       v.p. 1959-1991
       17 t.l.s.
       3 a.l.s.

8  Nixon, Richard Milhous
     To Charlotte Young Salisbury (Mrs. Harrison E.)
       Woodcliff Lake N.J. 7 Jul 1993
       1 p a.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

8  Noel-Baker, Philip
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       London 1 Mar 1967
       1 p. t.l.s.

8  Dorothy Norman
     See Mehta, Ved Prakash

8  Norodom Sihanouk, Prince
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       v.p. 1966-1970
       1 t.l.s.
       3 telegrams

8  Oakes, John Bertram
     To Turner Catledge
       New York 12 Mar 1965
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: Signed with initials

8  Oakes, John Bertram
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York and Chilmark Mass. 1958-1988
       11 t.l.s.
       3 a.l.s.

8  Oakes, John Bertram
     To Charlotte Young Salisbury (Mrs. Harrison E.)
       New York 7 Sept 1993
       2 p. a.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

8  Palden Thondup Namgyal, Chogyal of Sikkim
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Gangtok Sikkim 1967-1980 (some n.d.)
       6 t.l.s.
       2 telegrams

8  Pei, Ieoh Ming
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York 16 Dec 1970
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With carbon reply

8  Pelikan, Jaroslav
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New Haven and Hamden Conn. 1966-1970
       2 t.l.s.
       4 t.p.c.s.

8  Pell, Claiborne
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Washington 18 Apr 1967
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With clipping; carbon reply

8  Pham Van Dong
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Paris and Hanoi 1969 and 1971
       1 t.l.s.
       1 New Year's card

8  Plimpton, Francis Taylor Pearsons
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York 1965 and 1971
       2 t.l.s.

8  Podhoretz, Norman
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York 1975-1981
       3 t.l.s.

8  Pusey, Nathan M.
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Cambridge Mass. 1963-1971
       5 t.l.s.

8  Rand, Ayn
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York 7 Mar 1969
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With carbon reply

8  Raskin, Abraham Henry
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York 1969-1975
       3 t.l.s.

8  Rather, Dan
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       n.p. 1992
       1 t.l.s.
       1 a.l.s.

8  Reston, James Barrett
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       v.p. 1954-1991 (some n.d.)
       25 t.l.s.
       3 a.l.s.
       1 a.p.c.s.
       2 telegrams

8  Reston, James Barrett
     To E. Clifton Daniel
       New York 11 Jul 1969
       1 p. t.l.

     Note: See George Gallup to Reston, 10 July 1969

8  Rickover, Hyman George
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Washington and at sea 1960-1970
       7 t.l.s.

8  Rockefeller, David
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Beijing and New York 1973 and 1986
       2 t.l.s.
       1 a.p.c.s.

8  Roosevelt, Eleanor Roosevelt (Mrs. Franklin Delano)
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York 1959
       2 t.l.s.

8  Roosevelt, Kermit
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Siasconset Mass. 2 Oct 1980
       1 p. a.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

8  Roper, Elmo
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York 1965-1966
       3 t.l.s.

8  Ross, Lillian
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York 8 Jan 1968
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With related letter

8  Rostow, Walt Whitman
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Austin Tx. 13 Oct 1988
       1 p. t.l.s.

8  Roth, Philip
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Cornwall Bridge Conn. and London 1974-1985
       5 t.l.s.
       1 t.p.c.s.

8  Rusk, Dean
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Athens Ga. 7 Nov 1974
       1 p. t.l.s.

8  Russell, Bertrand
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       London 31 Mar 1967
       1 p. t.l.s.

8  Ryan, William Fitts
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Washington 1963 and 1967
       4 t.l.s.

9  Safire, William
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York and Washington 1959-1977 (1 n.d.)
       4 t.l.s.
       1 a.l.s.
       1 a.n.s.

9  Salinger, Pierre
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       v.p. 1962-1969
       4 t.l.s.

9  Salinger, Pierre
     To The New York Times
       n.p. 21 Apr 1966
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With carbon reply from Harrison E. Salisbury

9  Salisbury, Leah (Mrs. Philip)
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York and n.p. 1959-1969
       3 t.l.s.
       9 a.l.s.

9  Schlesinger, Arthur Meier, Jr.
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       v.p. 1962-1992
       16 t.l.s.
       2 t.l.
       2 a.l.s.
       2 a.n.s.
       5 a.p.c.s.

9  Schlesinger, Arthur Meier, Jr.
     To Charlotte Young Salisbury (Mrs. Harrison E.)
       Spoleto Italy 11 Jul 1993
       1 p. a.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

9  Schlesinger, Arthur Meier, Jr.
     To Evan Thomas
       New York 17 Oct 1969
       1 p. t.l.s.

9  Schuller, Gunther
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Newton Centre Mass. 1983-1984
       1 t.l.s.
       1 a.l.s.

9  Schuster, Max Lincoln
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York 1964
       2 t.l.s.

10  Scully, Frank
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York 1972-1977
       3 t.l.s.

10  Shawn, William
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York 1967-1987
       5 t.l.s.

10  Sheed, Wilfrid John Joseph
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Leonia N.J. 11 Sept 1965
       2 p. a.l.s.

10  Shirer, William Lawrence
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Lenox Mass. 1987 and 1992
       2 t.l.s.

10  Shostakovich, Dmitri Dmitrievich
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       n.p. n.d.
       3 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With autograph corrections

10  Shriver, Robert Sargent
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       n.p. 24 Jan 1972
       1 p. t.l.s.

10  Sihanouk, Prince Norodom -- see "Norodom Sihanouk, Prince"
     

10  Simonov, Konstantine Mikhailovich
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Moscow 1978
       3 t.l.s.

10  Smith, William Jay
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       v.p. 1979-1984
       4 t.l.s.
       1 Christmas cards.
       1 a.l.s.
       1 a.p.c.s.

10  Smith, William Jay
     To Malcolm Cowley
       West Cummington Mass. 28 Aug 1976
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With carbon reply, related material -- see Cowley to Salisbury, 31 Aug. 1976

10  Smith, William Jay
     To Charlotte Young Salisbury (Mrs. Harrison E.)
       Cummington Mass. 12 Jul 1993
       1 p. a.l.s.

10  Snow, Charles Percy, Baron Snow
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       London 1968-1978
       12 t.l.s.

10  Snow, Edgar Parks -- see also catalogued Mss.
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       v.p. 1961-1969
       16 t.l.s.
       1 Christmas cards

10  Solzhenitsyn, Aleksandr Isaevich
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Zurich and Cavendish Vt. 1974-1988
       36 t.l.s.
       1 a.l.s.

10  Solzhenitsyn, Aleksandr Isaevich
     To Charlotte Young Salisbury (Mrs. Harrison E.)
       Cavendish Vt. 7 Jul 1993
       1 p. mailgram

     Note: 2 copies, with envelope

10  Solzhenitsyn, Aleksandr Isaevich
     To The New York Times
       n.p. 23 Aug 1974
       2 p. t.l.s.

10  Solzhenitsyn, Aleksandr Isaevich
     To Thomas P. Whitney
       n.p. 6 Nov 1980
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With note from Whitney to Harrison E. Salisbury

10  Sontag, Susan
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York 12 Oct 1985
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With envelope


China

10  Soong Ching Ling -- see "Sun, Soong Ching Ling (Mme. Sun Yat-sen)"
     

10  Sorensen, Theodore Chaikin
     To Harrison and Charlotte Salisbury
       P. R. China 30 Apr n.y.
        a.p.c.s.

10  Sorensen, Theodore Chaikin
     To Charlotte Young Salisbury (Mrs. Harrison E.)
       New York 12 Jul 1993
       1 p. a.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

10  Spock, Benjamin
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York 5 Jan 1967
       1 p. Telegram

10  Stassen, Harold Edward
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Philadelphia and Sunfish Lake Minn. 1967 and 1990
       2 t.l.s.

10  Stevenson, Adlai Ewing
     To Georgianna Evans Salisbury (Mrs. Percy Pritchard)
       v.p. 1956 and 1963
       2 t.l.s.
       1 Telegram

10  Stevenson, Adlai Ewing
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Chicago and New York 1956-1964
       12 t.l.s.

     Note: Christmas cards

10  Stowe, Leland
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Ann Arbor Mich. 1 Mar 1975
       1 p. t.l.s.

10  Strong, Anna Louise
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Los Angeles and Peking 1954-1969
       10 t.l.s.

10  Styron, William
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Vineyard Haven Mass. 1969-1986
       3 a.l.s.

10  Styron, William
     To Charlotte Young Salisbury (Mrs. Harrison E.)
       Vineyard Haven Mass. 26 Jul 1993
       1 p. a.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

11  Sulzberger, Arthur Hays
     To Charles Merz
       v.p. 1937-1961
       35 t.l.s.
       172 t.l.
       12 a.l.s.
       1 a.n.s.
       1 a.p.c.s.

11  Sulzberger, Arthur Hays
     To Edward S. Greenbaum
       v.p. 1945-1967
       22 t.l.s.
       1 a.l.s.

11  Sulzberger, Arthur Hays
     To Brooks Atkinson
       New York 22 Oct 1945
       1 p. t.l.

     Note: Carbon copy -- see Atkinson to Sulzberger, 16 Sept. 1945

11  Sulzberger, Arthur Hays
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       v.p. 1949-1967
       28 t.l.s.
       5 t.l.

11  Sulzberger, Arthur Hays
     To Julius Ochs Adler
       London 15 Feb n.y.
       1 p. Telegram

11  Sulzberger, Arthur Hays
     To Edwin L. James
       New York 23 Apr 1940
       1 p. t.l.

11  Sulzberger, Arthur Hays
     To Thomas E. Dewey
       New York 3 Nov 1942
       1 p. Telegram

11  Sulzberger, Arthur Hays
     To Hanson Baldwin
       New York 30 Aug 1944
       1 p. t.l.

11  Sulzberger, Arthur Hays
     To Cyrus Leo Sulzberger
       n.p. 5 Aug 1952
       1 p. t.l.

     Note: Carbon copy, with clippings -- see CLS to AHS, 7 Aug. 1952

11  Sulzberger, Arthur Hays
     To Chester Bowles
       En route to Peshawar 20 Feb 1953
       6 p. a.l.s.

     Note: Carbon copy -- see Bowles to Sulzberger, 7 March 1953

11  Sulzberger, Arthur Hays
     To Harold Edward Stassen
       New York 15 May 1957
       2 p. t.l.

     Note: Carbon copy -- see a.n.s. to Merz, same date

11  Sulzberger, Arthur Hays
     To John Bertram Oakes
       New York 18 Jun 1957
       1 p. t.l.

11  Sulzberger, Arthur Hays
     To Ben Hale Golden
       New York 27 Jun 1958
       1 p. t.l.

     Note: Carbon copy -- see t.l. to Merz, same date

11  Sulzberger, Arthur Hays
     To Ben Hale Golden
       New York 1960
       2 t.l.s.

     Note: Carbon copies, initialed

11  Sulzberger, Arthur Hays
     To William Ogdon
       New York 13 Apr 1959
       1 p. t.l.s.

11  Sulzberger, Arthur Hays
     To Robert L. Duffus
       New York 1959
        t.l.

     Note: With related letter

11  Sulzberger, Arthur Hays
     To Orvil E. Dryfoos
       New York 1961
       2 t.l.

12  Sulzberger, Arthur Ochs
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       v.p. 1963-1992
       30 t.l.s.
       3 t.l.
       1 a.p.c.s.
       1 a.n.s.

12  Sulzberger, Arthur Ochs
     To Turner Catledge
       New York 1964-1965
       1 a.n.s.
       1 t.l.s

     Note: Photo copy -- see Catledge t.l. to AOS, 25 Aug. 1964, and to E. Clifton Daniel, 26 Jan. 1965

12  Sulzberger, Arthur Ochs
     To E. Clifton Daniel
       New York 22 Oct 1964
       1 p. t.l.s.

12  Sulzberger, Arthur Ochs
     To Charlotte Young Salisbury
       New York 1993
       3 t.l.s.

12  Sulzberger, Arthur Ochs
     To Billy Graham
       New York 15 Jul 1993
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: Photo copy, with cable from Graham -- see letter to Charlotte Salisbury, same date

12  Sulzberger, Cyrus Leo
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       v.p. 1939-1991
       66 t.l.s.
       1 t..l.
       1 a.p.c.s.
       3 Telegram

12  Sulzberger, Cyrus Leo
     To Arthur Hays Sulzberger
       Paris and New York 1950-1952
       3 t.l.s.

12  Sulzberger, Cyrus Leo
     To Orvil E. Dryfoos
       Rangoon 5 Nov 1957
       4 p. Telegram

12  Sulzberger, Cyrus Leo
     To Max Frankel
       Paris 6 Jan 1977
       1 p. a.l.s.

     Note: Photo copy -- see Frankel a.n.s. to Salisbury, Jan. 1977

12  Sulzberger, Cyrus Leo
     To Arthur Ochs Sulzberger
       Nairobi 11 May 1971
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: Photo copy -- see AOS to Salisbury, 18 May 1971

12  Sulzberger, Cyrus Leo
     To Allen Ginsberg
       Paris 11 Apr 1978
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: Photo copy

12  Sulzberger, Iphigene Ochs (Mrs. Arthur Hays)
     To Harrison E. Salisbury (some also to Charlotte Salisbury)
       v.p. 1954-1990
       34 t.l.s.
       19 a.l.s.
       1 a.p.c.s.

13  Sun, Soong Ching Ling (Mme. Sun Yat-sen)
     To Harrison E. Salisbury (some also to Charlotte)
       Peking (Beijing) and Shanghai 1971-1981
       5 t.l.s.
       15 a.l.s.
       1 New Year's cards.
       1 Printed announcement
       1 a.n.s.

13  Sun, Soong Ching Ling (Mme. Sun Yat-sen)
     To Charlotte Young Salisbury (Mrs. Harrison E.)
       Peking 1972-1973
       2 a.l.s.

13  Sun, Soong Ching Ling (Mme. Sun Yat-sen)
     To [?]
       Shanghai 27 Feb 1973
       7 p. a.l.s.

     Note: Photo copy, with related letter

13  Symington, Stuart
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Washington 8 Jan 1985
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

13  Thomas, Lowell
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Pawling N.Y. 1966-1980
       4 t.l.s.

13  Tran Van Dinh
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       v.p. 1975-1992
       8 t.l.s.
       1 a.l.s.

13  Truman, Bess W. (Mrs. Harry S)
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Independence Mo. 24 Feb 1973
       2 p. a.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

13  Truman, Harry S
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Independence Mo. 1963-1966
       3 t.l.s.

13  Truman, Harry S
     To Georgianna Evans Salisbury (Mrs. Percy Pritchard)
       Independence Mo. 6 Oct 1963
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

13  Tuchman, Barbara Wertheim (Mrs. Lester R.)
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       v.p. 1978-1988 (some n.d.)
       3 t.l.s.
       3 a.l.s.
       1 a.p.c.s.
       1 t.p.c.s.

13  Udall, Stewart. L
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Washington 15 Sept 1971
       2 p. a.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

13  Updike, John
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       v.p. 1981-1992
       4 t.l.s.
       1 a.l.s
       1 t.p.c.s.

13  Vanderbilt, Gloria (Mrs. Wyatt Cooper)
     To Charlotte Young Salisbury, (Mrs. Harrison E.)
       New York and n.p. 1993 and n.d.
       4 a.l.s.

13  Van der Post, Laurens
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       v.p. 1970-1978
       2 t.l.s.
       2 a.l.s.

13  Vonnegut, Kurt, Jr.
     To Charlotte Young Salisbury (Mrs. Harrison E.)
       Sagaponack N.Y. 9 Jul 1993
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

13  Voznesenskii, Andrei
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       v.p. 1971-1982 (some n.d.)
       2 t.l.s.
       3 a.l.s.
       2 a.p.c.s.

13  Vreeland, Diana
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York 31 Oct 1966
       1 p. t.l.s.

13  Wagner, Robert Ferdinand
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York 6 Oct 1965
       1 p. t.l.s.

13  Wallace, Henry Agard
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       South Salem N.Y. 1954-1958
       6 t.l.s.

13  Wallace, Henry Agard
     To Arthur Hays Sulzberger
       South Salem N.Y. 31 May 1965
       1 p. t.l.s.

13  Walters, Barbara
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York 1980 and n.p., 1983
       1 t.l.s.
       1 a.l.s.

13  Warburg, Fredric
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       London 1967-1971 and n.d. (after 1971)
       16 t.l.s.

13  Warburg, Fredric
     To James A. Michener
       London 6 Apr 1967
       2 p. t.l.s.

     Note: Carbon copy, initialed, with letter from Michener -- see letter to Salisbury, 10 April 1967

13  Warren, Robert Penn
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Firenze and Fairfield Conn. 1975 and 1986
       1 a.l.s.
       1 t.l.s.

13  Weeks, Edward Augustus
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Boston 1962 and 1983
       2 t.l.s.

13  Weicker, Lowell P., Jr.
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Washington 21 Aug, 1987
       1 p. t.l.s.

13  White, Elwyn Brooks
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       North Brookline Me. 1976-1977
       3 t.l.s.

13  White, Theodore Harold
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York and Cambridge Mass. 1968-1982
       6 t.l.s.
       1 a.l.s.

13  Wilkins, Roger
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       v.p. 1981-1992
       1 t.l.s.
       7 a.l.s.
       1 ms.l.s.

13  Wilkins, Roger
     To Charlotte Young Salisbury (Mrs. Harrison E.)
       Washington 7 Jul 1993
       3 p. a.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

13  Willkie, Wendell L.
     To Charles Merz
       New York and Washington 1941-1944
       9 t.l.s.

13  Wilson, Edmund
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York 8 Jul 1954
       1 p. t.l.s.

13  Wolff, Helen (Mrs. Kurt)
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       v.p. 1958-1976
       16 t.l.s.

13  Wouk, Herman
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       Washington 1970-1984
       5 t.l.s.

13  Yevtushenko, Yevgeny Aleksandrovich
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       v.p. 1970-1984 (many n.d.)
       2 t.l.s.
       12 a.l.s.
       2 a.p.c.s.
       1 Telegram

13  Yevtushenko, Yevgeny Aleksandrovich
     n.a.
       Tokyo 23 Jun 1973
       3 p. a.l.s.

13  Young, Andrew
     To Harrison E. Salisbury
       New York 4 Sept 1979
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With envelope


Arranged Correspondence


Note: Arranged first by date and then alphabetically

14          1925-1929; 1954-1957

15          1958

16          1959

17  A-M
        1960

18  N-Z
        1960 & amp; 1961

19  A-C
        1962-1963

20  D-G
        1962-1963

21  H-L
        1962-1963

22  M-Q
        1962-1963

23  R-S
        1962-1963

24  T-Z
        1962-1963

25  A-C
        1964

26  D-K
        1964

27  L-R
        1964

28  S-Z
        1964

29  A-F
        1965

30  G-O
        1965

31  P-Z
        1965

32  A-G
        1966

33  H-P
        1966

34  R-Z
        1966

35  A-C
        1967

36  D-I
        1967

37  J-O
        1967

38  P-S
        1967

39  T-Z
        1967

40  A-F
        1968

41  G-K
        1968

42  L-R
        1968

43  S-Z
        1968

44  A-D
        1969

45  E-J
        1969

46  K-N
        1969

47  O-S
        1969

48  T-Z
        1969

49  A-C
        1970

50  D-I
        1970

51  J-O
        1970

52  P-S
        1970

53  T-Z
        1970

54  A-C
        1971

55  D-H
        1971

56  I-N
        1971

57  O-S
        1971

58  T-Z
        1971

59  A-C
        1972

60  D-H
        1972

61  I-M
        1972

62  N-Sc
        1972

63  Se-Z
        1972

64  A-Ch
        1973

65  Cl-Ge
        1973

66  Go-H
        1973

67  I-M
        1973

68  N-R
        1973

69  S-V
        1973

70  W-Z
        1973

71  A-Co
        1974

72  Cr-H
        1974

73  I-N
        1974

74  O-S
        1974

75  T-Z
        1974

76  A-C
        1975

77  D-K
        1975

78  L-R
        1975

79  S-Z
        1975

80  A-D
        1976

81  E-I
        1976

82  J-R
        1976

83  S-Z
        1976

84  A-Cable Funding
        1977

85  Cable Funding - Harvard
        1977

86  H-O
        1977

87  P-S
        1977

88  T-Z
        1977

89  A-E
        1978-1979

90  F-L
        1978-1979

91  M-R
        1978-1979

92  S-V
        1978-1979

93  W-Z
        1978-1979

94  A-F
        1980

95  G-M
        1980

96  N-T
        1980

97  U-Z
        1980

98  A-F
        1981

99  G-M (except Minnesota)
        1981

100   N-S (plus Minnesota)
        1981

101  T-Z
        1981

102  A-F
        1982

103  G-M (except Mebane)
        1982

104  N-S (plus Mebane)
        1982

105  T-Z
        1982

106  A-E
        1983

107  F-Ke
        1983

108  Ki-Sl
        1983

109  Sm-Z
        1983

110  A-G
        1984

111  H-R
        1984

112  S-Z
       
        1984
        Christmas Cards,

113  A-G
        1985

114  H-M
        1985

115  N-Z
        1985

116  A-L
        1986

117  M-Z
        1986

118  A-M
        1987

119  N-Z
        Birthday
       
        1987
        Christmas Cards,

120  A-M
        1988

121  N-Z
        1988
        Christmas Cards,

122  A-H
        1989

123  I-R
        1989

124  S-Z
        1989

125  A-I
        1990

126  J-Z
        1990

127  A-G
        1991

128  H-R
        1991

129  S-Z
        1991

130  A-G
        1993

131  H-P
        1992

132  R-Z
        1992

133  Christmas Cards,
        1992

134  A-H
        1993

135  I-P
        1993

136  R-Z
        1993

137  Condolence : A-F
        1993
        Letters,

138  Condolence : G-M
        1993
        Letters,

139  Condolence : N-S
        1993
        Letters,

140  Consolence : T-Z
        1993
        Letters,

54  AAASS (American Assoc. for the Advancement of Slavic Studies)
        1971

122, 127, 134  AARP
        1989, 1991, 1993

76, 116  ABC
        1975, 1986

76, 113  ACLS
        1975, 85

71, 80, 84  AFTRA
        1974, 76-7

84  Victor Abdalov
        1977

19  Elie Abel
        1962

35  Jules Abend (McGraw-Hill, OPC)
        1967

40  Ralph Abernathy (subject)
        1968

89  Lois Abrams
        1978-79

59  Bella Abzug (office of)
        1972

110  Academy of American Poets
        1984

94, 98, 102, 106, 110  Academy of Independent Scholars
        1980-4

59  (New York) Academy of Sciences
        1972

54  Abie Acheson (Mrs. Dean)
        1971

64  Alice Acheson
        1973

14, 16, 17, 64  Frank S. Adams (New York Times)
        1957, 1959, 1960, 1973

29  F. B. Adams, Jr. (re Century)
        1965

44  Mervyn W. Adams (Praeger)
        1969


Bulletins

35  Ruth Adams (Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists)
        1967

25, 35  Julius Ochs Adler, Jr.
        1964, 1967

80, 106, 116, 120  Renata Adler
        1976, 1983, 1986, 1988

84, 89, 94, 98  Sol Adler
        1977, 1978-79, 1980, 1981

89  Aesthetic Realism Foundation
        1978-9

98  Jerome Agel (re JFK assassination)
        1981

98  Patrick Ahern (Campaign for Political Rights)
        1981

89  The Unknown War Air Time International
        1978-9

125, 127  Anna Akhmatova (subject, re Complete Poems)
        1990, 1991

14  Ruth Alexander (Curtis Brown)
        1955

71  Zinaida Alexi
        1974

76  Algona Publishing
        1975


Awards & and Memorabilia

 Alicia Patterson Awards
        1992

14, 15, 16, 19, 25, 29, 40, 44, 76, 98, 102  C. Edmonds Allen
        1957, 1958, 1959, 1962, 1964, 1965, 1968, 1969, 1975, 1981, 1982

35  Joseph Allen (McGraw-Hill)
        1967

84  Reginald Allen (re Century)
        1977

16, 40  Rewi Alley
        1959, 1968

44, 49  Svetlana Alliluyeva (letters to)
        1969, 1970

71, 76, 80, 94  Timothy D. Allman
        1974, 1975, 1976, 1980

16, 25, 29, 40, 54  Herschel Alt
        1959, 1964, 1965, 1968, 1971

64  Andrei Amalrik
        1973

64  Stephen Ambrose
        1973

59  American Academy of Achievement
        1972

44, 59, 89, 125, 134  American Academy of Arts and Sciences
        1969, 1972, 1978-79, 1990, 1993

59, 84, 89, 94, 98, 102, 106, 110, 113, 116, 120, 122, 125, 127, 134  American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters
        1972, 1977, 1978-79, 1980-93

134  American Academy in Rome
        1993

19, 25, 64, 80, 84  Amer. Assoc. for the Advancement of Slavic Studies
        1962, 1964, 1973, 1976, 1977


Books

98, 102, 106  American Book Awards
        1981-83

120  American Book Review
        1988

89  American Booksellers Assoc.
        1978-9

84, 89, 94, 98, 102, 110, 113  American Committee on East-West Accord
        1977, 1978-79, 1980-82, 1984-85

59, 64, 80, 89, 98, 134  American Comimittee on the History of the Second World War
        1972, 1973, 1976, 1978-9, 1981, 1993

71, 76, 80, 84  American Committee on US-Soviet Relations
        1974-77

71  American Council for Emigres in the Professions
        1974

98, 106, 118  American Heritage Publishing
        1981, 1983, 1987

134  American Historians, Society of
        1993

14, 15, 16, 17  American People's Encyclopedia Yearbook
        1957-60

106, 110, 113, 116, 118, 125, 127, 134  American Philosophical Society
        1983-87, 1990-93

14, 15  Americans for Democratic Action
        1957-58

64, 118  Amyas Ames (Lincoln Center)
        1973, 1987, 1992

71, 76, 80, 113  Amnesty International
        1974-76, 1985

49  Carolyn Amussen
        1970

106, 110, 113, 116, 125  Erland Anderson and Susan Rubanyi-Anderson
        1983-86, 90

14, 32, 110, 116  Jud Anderson
        1920s, 1966, 1984, 1986

125, 127, 134, 137  Lillian Anderson
        * : Condolence Letters
        1990, 1991, 1993, 1993*

25, 29, 89, 94, 102, 106, 110, 113  Paul B. Anderson
        1964, 1965, 1978-79, 1980, 1982-85

71  Gov. Wendell Anderson (MN)
        1974

35  Douglas Andrews (Doubleday)
        1967

44  Roger Angell
        1969

35, 40, 59, 94, 98, 106, 110  Patricia Angly
        1967, 1968, 1972, 1980, 1981, 1983, 1984

98  Susan B. Anthony
        1981

59  Antioch Graduate School of Education
        1972


Audio Visual

44  Emile de Antonio (Monday Film Production Co.)
        1969

44, 84, 98, 102, 106, 110, 134, 137  R. W. Apple, Jr.
        * : Condolence Letters
        1969, 1977, 1981-4, 1993, 1993*

94, 98  Barbara Applegate (Mrs. Richard)
        1980, 1981

110  Marie Arana-Ward (Harcourt Brace Jovanovich)
        1984

44  Vinnie Argentino (office of Darryl Zanuck)
        1969

29  Arms of Friendship
        1965

49, 54  Hamilton Fish Armstrong (Foreign Affairs)
        1970, 1971

40, 44, 54  J. Sinclair Armstrong
        1968, 1969, 1971

59, 64, 80, 84, 89, 94  Arno Press
        1972, 1973, 1976, 1977, 1978-79, 1980

122, 125, 137  Charles P. Arnot
        * : Condolence Letters
        1989, 1990, 1993*

49, 76, 80, 84, 110, 125, 137  Elliot Aronin
        * : Condolence Letters
        1970, 1975-77, 1984, 1990, 1992, 1993*

19, 32, 106  James Aronson (National Guardian)
        1962, 1966, 1983

89  Aaron Asher (Farrar, Straus, Giroux)
        1978-79

40, 44  Harry Ashmore
        1968, 1969

106  Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies
        1983

64, 71, 89, 106  Association of American Publishers
        1973, 1974, 1978-79, 1983

15, 35, 44, 49  Assumption College
        1958, 1967, 1969, 1970

44, 59  Atheneum
        1969, 1972

49, 54, 110  Brooks Atkinson (letters to family of)
        1970, 1971, 1984

16  Oriana Atkinson (Mrs. Brooks)
        1959

89  Atlantic Council of the U.S.
        1978-79

64, 71  Atlantic Monthly
        1973, 1974

19  Rep. James C. Auchincloss (NJ)
        1962

44  Hugh Auchincloss, M.D.
        1969

25  Bernard Auer (Time)
        1964

25  Adm. B. L. Austin
        1964

29, 32, 35, 40, 49, 71, 80, 84, 89, 102, 106, 110, 113, 116, 118, 120, 127, 134  Authors Guild
        1965-68, 1970, 1974, 1976, 1977, 1978-79, 1982-88, 1991, 1993

44, 94  Authors League
        1961, 1969, 1980, 1992

44  Herman Axelbank
        1969

113, 120, 122, 125, 127, 137  H. Brandt Ayers
        * : Condolence Letters
        1985, 1988-92, 1993*

137  Josephine Ayers (Mrs. Brandt?)
        * : Condolence Letters
        1993*

89, 102  Martin Azarian
        1978-79, 1982

120, 122, 137  Barbara Nimri Aziz
        * : Condolence Letters
        1988, 1989, 1992, 1993*

35, 44, 59, 64, 71, 106, 120, 122  BBC
        1967, 1969, 1972-74, 1983, 1988, 1989

40, 44  Elinor Bacon
        1968, 1969

32, 40  William C. Baggs
        1966, 1968

130  Irina Bagration
        1992

15  T. K. Bagration (Tolstoy Foundation)
        1958

44  Phyllis H. Baker (Atheneum)
        1969

102, 120  Russell Baker (copy)
        1982, 1988

15, 35  F. Sherman Baker
        1958, 1967

130  Vicki Baker (People's Almanac Book of Lists)
        1992

76, 98  Nona Balakian (New York Times Book Review)
        1975, 1981

29  Charles Baldwin (Peace Corps Project Director)
        1965


Memorial Services

102  Roger Baldwin (memorial)
        1982

113  James Balog (Drexel Burnham Lambert)
        1985

89  Mary Bancroft
        1978-79

59, 64, 102, 110  Bantam Books
        1972, 1973, 1982, 1984

76, 80, 84, 113, 118  Edwin Barber (W. W. Norton)
        1975-77, 1985, 1987

19  Joseph Barber (Council on Foreign Relations)
        1963

44  Thomas C. Barger (ARAMCO)
        1969

25, 80  Fred Barghoorn
        1964, 1976

17, 19, 25, 32, 40, 44, 54  Lee Barker (Doubleday)
        1960, 1963, 1964, 1966, 1968, 1969, 1971

44  John Barkham (Saturday Review)
        1969

17, 44  Joseph Barnes
        1960, 1969

44, 49, 54  A. Doak Barnett
        1969-71

16, 17, 25, 29, 32, 35, 64, 89  Edward W. Barrett
        1959, 1960, 1964-67, 1973, 1978-79

94  Barron's Educational Series
        1980

25, 29  Scott Bartlett
        1964, 1965

29  Belle W. Baruch Foundation
        1965

40  Maria Basca
        1968

71, 76, 80, 84, 89  John Baskin
        1974-77, 1978-79

15, 16, 17, 19, 44, 49  Mary C. Bass (Ladies Home Journal)
        1958-60, 1962-63, 1969, 1970

54, 76  Whitman Bassow (Ford Foundation)
        1971, 1975

44  Raymond A. Bauer (American Academy of Arts and Sciences)
        1969

14, 110  Allison Bayles
        1955, 1984

71  M. G. Bayne (Naval War College)
        1974

44, 89  Jacob D. Beam
        1969, 1978-79

25  Grace Bechtold (Bantam)
        1964

64, 76  Elise Becket (Mrs G. Campbell)
        1973, 1975

59, 64, 76  Bedford Publications
        1972, 1973, 1975

44, 49  Henrik Beer (International Red Cross)
        1969, 1970

127  Beijing Review
        1991

40  Irving Beinin (Guardian)
        1968

110  Harry Belafonte
        1984

25, 32, 40, 98, 113  Sally Belfrage
        1964, 1966, 1968, 1981, 1985, 1992

40  Melvin Belli
        1968

19  Belmont Productions
        1962-63

71  Raul Beloso
        1974

16  Burton Benjamin (CBS News)
        1959

35, 49  John C. Bennett (Union Theological Sem.)
        1967, 1970

110  Eric Bentley
        1984

19, 25, 35, 40  Julian Bentley
        1962-63, 1964, 1967, 1968

106  Trilby Bentley (Mrs. Julian)
        1983

25  Robert Bentley
        1964

14, 25, 29, 32, 35, 40, 44  William Benton (office of -- Encyclopaedia Britannica)
        1955, 1964-69

71  Andrew Bergman (Knopf)
        1974

16  Lewis Bergman (New York Times)
        1959

40, 44, 49, 59, 71, 80, 98  Ann Lurie Berlin
        1968-70, 1972, 1974, 1976, 1981

14, 32  Harold J. Berman
        1956, 1966

80  Edward L. Bernays (subject)
        1976

54  Paul Bernstein (Wiltwyck School)
        1971

64, 80, 94, 98, 102, 106  Robert L. Bernstein
        1973, 1976, 1980-83

113  Darrell Berrigan (subject)
        1985

40  Sidney H. Berry (Council on Foreign Relations)
        1968

113  Michael R. Beschloss
        1985

102, 122  Cornelia Bessie (Mrs. Simon Michael)
        1982, 1989

113,116, 118, 120  Cornelia and Michael Bessie Books (Harper & Row)
        1985-8

17, 25, 29, 44, 49, 54, 64, 71, 76, 80, 102, 106, 110, 122, 125  Simon Michael Bessie
        1960, 1964, 1965, 1969-71, 1973-76, 1982-84, 1989, 1990, 1992

130  John Biewen (Minn. Public Radio)
        1993

19  Homer Bigart
        1962-63

59  Bilderberg Meetings (Prince Bernard, Netherlands)
        1972

118  James Billington
        1987

29, 32, 35, 44  David Binder
        1965-67, 1969

32, 76, 102  Jonathan Bingham
        1966, 1975, 1982

106  June Bingham (Mrs. Jonathan)
        1983

118  Sallie Bingham
        1987

40  Wheelock C. Bingham
        1968


Birmingham

25  Birmingham (subject)
        1964

102  Birmingham International Educational Film Fest
        1982

35, 40, 44, 49, 54, 80, 113, 122  Georges Bissonnette
        1967-71, 1976, 1985, 1989

80  Bruno Bitker
        1976

64, 71, 80, 106, 110  Marjorie Bitker (Mrs. Bruno)
        1973, 1974, 1976, 1983, 1984

106  Ingmar Bjorksten (re Jan Myrdal)
        1983

49, 59, 71, 76, 84, 89, 94, 98, 102, 106, 110  Valdemar Bjornson
        1970, 1972, 1974, 1975, 1977-84

49  Hillel Black (Wm. Morrow)
        1970

89, 94,98, 102, 106, 110  John Blades
        1978-84

84  Allen Blagden
        1977

130  Matt Blessing (State Historical Soc. of Wisc.)
        1992

44  Caroline Bliss (National Committee on US-China Relations)
        1969

19, 29, 54, 80  Bruce Bliven
        1962-63, 1965, 1971, 1976

127  Peter Bloch
        1991

120, 122  Howard Bloom
        1988, 1989

84  Howard Blum
        1977

44, 49, 54, 64, 71, 76, 80, 118, 137  James Blum
        * : Condolence Letters
        1969-71, 1973-76, 1987, 1993*

113, 122  Carol Bly (Mrs. Robert)
        1985, 1989

116  Board of Foreign Scholarships
        1986

54  (Harvard) Board of Overseers
        1971

35, 40, 44  Harry Boardman (Council on Foreign Relations)
        1967-69

19, 25  Yuri Bobrakov (USSR embassy)
        1962-63, 1964

19  David Boehm (Sterling Publishing)
        1962-3

59  Giuseppe Boffa
        1972

59  Charles Bohlen
        1972

94  Derek Bok
        1980

19  Peg Boland
        1962-63

17, 49, 64  Valentino Bompiani
        1960, 1970, 1973

54  Alison Bond (Holt Rinehart and Winston)
        1971

76  Book Digest
        1975

19, 113  Book-of-the-Month Club
        1962-63, 1986

118  Patrick Boots (re Vietnam Vets)
        1987

130  Alfred Bosshardt
        1992


Libraries

59  Boston University Libraries
        1972

14, 19, 44, 64  Francis Bosworth
        1920s, 1962-63, 1969, 1973

29  Judge Bernard Botein (copy)
        1965

54, 59, 64, 71, 76, 98, 113, 116, 118, 125, 127, 134, 137  Antonina (Nina) Bouis
        * : Condolence Letters
        1971-75, 1981, 1985-87, 1990, 1991, 1993, 1993*

35, 40  Chester Bowles (letter to)
        1967, 1968

32  Emily Boxer (Macmillan and Co.)
        1966

64, 116  Boy Scouts
        1973, 1986

14, 40, 44, 64  Lord Boyd Orr
        1955, 1968, 1969, 1973

32  Charles H. Boyles (Foreign Policy Assoc.)
        1966

17, 19, 59  Boys' Life
        1960, 1962-63, 1972

19, 84  Walter I. Bradbury
        1961, 1962-63, 1977

16, 71, 76, 134  Amory Bradford
        1959, 1974, 1975, 1993

49  Larned Bradford
        1970

29, 40, 98, 125  Ben Bradlee
        1965, 1968, 1981, 1990

29, 54, 106, 113, 116, 120  Helen Bradley
        1965, 1971, 1983, 1985, 1986, 1988

32, 71  Peter Braestrup
        1966, 1974

71  Leon Bram (Funk & Wagnalls)
        1974

89  Robert Breen
        1978-79

116  Ruth Brengel
        1986

49  Florence Brennan (Harcourt Brace and World)
        1970

32  Lorna Brennan
        1966

54  Stanley Brezenoff (Ford Foundation)
        1971

118  Cyril Brickford (AARP)
        1987

98, 102, 106  Porter Briggs
        1981-83

49  Orville G. Brimm (Russell Sage Foundation)
        1970

44  British Information Services
        1969

71  Sen. Bill Brock
        1974

44, 80, 89  George P. Brockway
        1969, 1976, 1978-79

19  Ruth Hagy Brod
        1962-63

130  Tom Brokaw
        1992

19  Urie Bronfenbrenner
        1962-63

118  Gwendolyn Brooks (letter to)
        1987

35, 59, 71  John Brooks
        1967, 1972, 1974

54, 64, 71, 76, 80, 84, 89, 94, 98, 106, 110, 113  Lawrence and Sue Brooks
        1971,1973-77, 1978-79, 1980, 1981, 1983-85

44  Peggy Brooks (E. P. Dutton)
        1969

32, 40  Shirley Broughton
        1966, 1968

137  David Brown
        * : Condolence Letters
        1993*

14, 25, 32, 35, 40, 64, 71, 98  James W. Brown
        1920s, 1964, 1966-68, 1973, 1974, 1981

127  Tina Brown
        1991

14  Howard Browning
        1957

16, 17, 25, 32, 35, 49, 54, 59, 71  Alice Franklin Bryant
        1959-61, 1964, 1966, 1967, 1970-72, 1974

84, 89  Cynthia Buchanan
        1977, 1978-79

113  Art Buchwald
        1985

89, 113  William F. Buckley, Jr. (letters to)
        1978-79, 1985

106  The Buffett Foundation
        1983

14, 15, 16, 17, 19, 25, 29, 32, 35, 40, 64  Buhler, King and Buhler, Buhler Service Corp.
        1956-68, 1973

19  Lee Buhler
        1962-63

14, 54, 64, 71, 76, 98, 102, 106, 110, 120, 127  Nelson Buhler
        1955, 1971, 1973-75, 1981-84, 1988, 1991

19, 89  Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
        1962-63, 1978-79

64  McGeorge Bundy (office of)
        1973

19  Pat Bunker (Saturday Review)
        1962-63

54, 64  Josiah Bunting III
        1971, 1973

32, 40, 44, 49, 54, 76  Wilfred Burchett
        1966, 1968-71, 1975

44, 49, 54, 64  Michael Burke
        1969-71, 1973

49, 54  Edward L. Burlingame (Lipppincott)
        1970, 1971

80, 84, 89  Piers Burnett
        1976, 1977, 1978-79

44  Mrs. I. Burroughs (Cosmos Travel)
        1969

49, 59, 64, 76, 80, 84, 94, 98, 102, 110, 137  Andrew Burstein
        * : Condolence Letters
        1970, 1972, 1973, 1975-77, 1980-82, 1984, 1993*

19  Naomi Burton (Doubleday)
        1962-63

35, 40, 44  Roland Bushner (Council on Foreign Relations)
        1967-69

98, 102, 122, 125  Rebecca Busselle
        1981, 1982, 1989, 1990

44, 84  Fox Butterfield
        1969, 1977

41  Roger Butterfield (re Century)
        1968

106, 113  Sheryl A. Byrne (Tri-Am Press, re Tran Van Dinh)
        1983, 1985

59, 64  CBS News
        1972, 1973

106, 110, 113, 116, 127  CNN
        1983-86, 1991

59, 64, 71, 76, 80, 84, 89  Cable Funding Corporation
        1972-79

35, 40, 44  Lisl Cade (Harper and Row)
        1967-69

14, 15, 19, 25, 29, 32, 35, 40, 44, 49, 59, 64, 71  Irving Caesar
        1955, 1958, 1962-70, 1972-74

54  Alexander Calder (letter to)
        1971

130  Alexander Calder Foundation
        1992

54  Louisa Calder (Mrs. Alexander)
        1971

106, 120  Virginia Caldwell (Mrs. Erskine)
        1983, 1988

19  Ned Calmer (CBS News)
        1962-63

19  Angus Cameron (Knopf)
        1962-63

89, 127, 137  Nardi Campion
        * : Condolence Letters
        1978-79, 1991, 1992, 1993*

137  Thomas B. Campion
        * : Condolence Letters
        1992, 1993*

80  Canadian Consulate General
        1976

102  Mrs. Befoni Canfield
        1982

17, 35, 40, 44, 49, 54  Cass Canfield (office of, letters to)
        1960, 1967-71

18, 19, 25, 44, 49  Cass Canfield, Jr.
        1961, 1962-63, 1964, 1969, 1970

64  Jane Canfield (Mrs. Cass)
        1973

127  John Cannon (News and Documentary Emmys)
        1991

35  Jean Carcione (New Republic)
        1967

98  Jane C. Carey (incl. Ebtehaj)
        1981

54, 59  John Carey (International League for the Rights of Man)
        1971, 1972

76, 80, 122, 137  Henry Carlisle
        * : Condolence Letters
        1975, 1976, 1989, 1993*

25, 29, 35, 40, 54, 59, 64, 76, 80, 85, 137  Olga Andreyev Carlisle
        * : Condolence Letters
        1964, 1965, 1967, 1968, 1971-73, 1975-77, 1993*

130  Carnegie Center for Literacy and Learning
        1992

64, 85, 98, 102  Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
        1973, 1977, 1981, 1982

118  Robert Caro
        1987

89  Anne Carriere
        1978-79

94  Hodding Carter III
        1980

71  Jimmy Carter Presidential Campaign
        1974

44, 54  Roland Carter
        1969, 1971

102  Everett Case
        1982

14, 25  Horace Casselberry
        1955, 1964

71  Catalyst
        1974

19, 19, 25, 29, 35, 40, 44  Garth Cate
        1962-65, 1967-69

71  Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine
        1974

49  Turner Catledge (letter to)
        1970

116  Anny Catledge (Mrs. Turner)
        1986


Civil Rights

80  Center for Civil Rights (Notre Dame)
        1976

94  Center for National Security Studies
        1980

113  Center for the Study of Citizenship
        1985

110, 113, 120, 122, 134, 137  Center for US-China Arts Exchange
        * : Condolence Letters
        1984, 1985, 1988, 1989, 1992, 1993, 1993*

80, 85  Center for War and Peace Studies
        1976, 1977, 1992

19, 25, 35, 40, 44, 49, 54, 59, 64, 80, 85, 98, 102, 106, 113, 116, 118, 120, 122, 125, 127, 130, 134  Century Association
        1962, 1964, 1967-73, 1976, 1977, 1981-83, 1985-93

64, 76, 80, 85, 106  Valery Chalidze
        1973, 1975-77, 1983

19  Alan Knight Chalmers (NAACP)
        1962

14, 17, 18, 25  William Henry Chamberlin
        1955, 1960, 1961, 1964

134, 137  Barbara Chancellor (Mrs. John)
        * : Condolence Letters
        1993, 1993*

76, 80, 85, 102, 106, 110  Harriette L. Chandler
        1975-77, 1982-84

130  Peter and Edith Chang
        1992

64, 71, 76, 85  Channel 13
        1973-75, 1977

98, 137  Schuyler G. Chapin
        * : Condolence Letters
        1981, 1993*

15, 89, 120, 122  Shulamith Charney
        1958, 1978-79, 1988, 1989

85, 94, 102, 127  Edward T. Chase
        1977, 1980, 1982, 1991

19  Oscar Chase and Howard Zinn
        1963

25, 49  Stuart Chase
        1964, 1970

106, 110  Chatauqua Foundation
        1983, 1984

29, 32  Henry Chauncey (re Century)
        1965, 1966

32  Paul Chavchavadze
        1966

29  Frederick L. Cheever
        1965

118  David Chen (A Day in the Life)
        1987

54, 98, 113, 116  Jack Chen
        1971, 1981, 1985, 1986

85, 89  L. L. Chen
        1977, 1978-79

94, 106  Yuan-tsung Chen
        1980, 1983

137  Nien Cheng
        * : Condolence Letters
        1993*

35, 40, 44  Nazaret Cherkezian
        1967-69

32  Joan Chevalier (Crown Publishing)
        1966

14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 29, 35  University of Chicago Press
        1957-61, 1965, 1967

25, 35, 40, 44  W. E. Chilton III
        1964, 1967-69

85  CHINA (subject)
        1977

76, 80  China Institute in America
        1975, 1976

80  China Mission to UN
        1976

76  China People's Friendship Association
        1975

137  Chinese Writers Association
        * : Condolence Letters
        1993*

71, 120, 127, 137  Frank Ching
        * : Condolence Letters
        1974, 1988, 1991, 1993*

59  Noam Chomsky (office of)
        1972

137  Chou Wen-Cheng
        * : Condolence Letters
        1993*

44  Rouben Choublarian
        1969

125  Lydia Chukovskaya
        1990

14  Marchette Chute
        1956

85  Civil Liberties Review
        1977

102  Gilmore David Clarke (memorial)
        1982

80  Howard Clark (Amex)
        1976

14, 19, 32, 35, 44, 54, 71, 85, 89, 98, 120, 122  Joe Clark
        1954, 1962, 1966, 1967, 1969, 1971, 1974, 1977, 1978-79, 1981, 1988, 1989

59  Joseph S. Clark
        1972

44  Kenneth Clark
        1969

44, 122  Ruth Clark (Mrs. Joe)
        1969, 1989

35, 44  Cyril Clemens (Mark Twain Journal)
        1967, 1969

80, 89, 102  Philip Clendenning
        1976, 1978-79, 1982

102  Eleanor Clifford
        1982

29, 32, 35, 49, 76  Everett R. Clinchy (office of, letters to)
        1965-67, 1970, 1975

44, 54, 76, 98  O. Edmund Clubb
        1969, 1971, 1975, 1981

35  Signe Clutz (Harper and Row)
        1967

40, 49  John Cogley (Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions)
        1968, 1970

29  H. R. Cohen
        1965

32, 35, 40, 44, 54, 59, 65, 80, 85, 89  Leon Cohen
        1966-69, 1971-73, 1976, 1977, 1978-79

59, 85, 89, 94, 110, 113, 116, 118, 122  Stephen F. Cohen
        1972, 1977, 1978-79, 1980, 1984-87, 1989

94  William Cohen (consul of Israel)
        1980

35, 40  Rodolphe L. Coigney (WHO)
        1967-68

15  Lois Dwight Cole (Putnam's)
        1958

25, 32, 35  Alan Collins
        1964, 1966, 1967

18, 21, 35, 40, 49  Ethan T. Colton, Sr.
        1961, 1962-63, 1967, 1968, 1970

65, 71  Columbia Forum
        1973-74

125  Columbia University (Michael Sovern)
        1990

49  N. R. Comiskey (Chesapeake & Ohio RR)
        1970

54  Henry Steele Commager (copy)
        1971

85  Commentary
        1977

106  Committee for the Absorption of Soviet Emgres
        1983

89  Committee to Finger the Patsy (re assassinations)
        1978-79

94, 98  Committee for National Security
        1980, 1981

98, 102, 106, 113, 137  Committee to Protect Journalists
        * : Condolence Letters
        1981-83, 1985, 1993*

40, 54, 59, 71  Randolph T. Compton
        1968, 1971, 1972, 1974

106, 110, 113, 120, 125  Nancy Condee
        1983-85, 1988, 1990

102, 110, 120  Thomas P. Congdon, Jr. (Congdon and Lattes)
        1982, 1984, 1988

98  Theodore P. Conlin
        1981

116, 130, 134, 137  Arnulf Conradi (S Fischer Verlag)
        * : Condolence Letters
        1986, 1992, 1993, 1993*

106, 120, 122  Contemporary Authors
        1983, 1988, 1989

35, 40, 137  Hope Cooke
        * : Condolence Letters
        1967, 1968, 1993*

40  Stanley Cooks (SCLC)
        1968

44  Henry S. F. Cooper (re Century)
        1969

25  Robert L. Cooper (NYC Youth Board)
        1964

29, 35, 40, 44, 49, 54, 76, 80  Correspondents Fund, Overseas Press Club
        1965, 1967-71, 1975, 1976

71  Cornell
        1974

35  John P. Cosgrove (National Press Club)
        1967

29, 35  Cosmos Travel
        1965, 1967

14, 44, 49, 54, 59, 71, 76, 80, 85, 89, 94, 98, 102, 106, 110, 113, 116, 122, 127, 134  Council on Foreign Relations
        1957, 1969-72, 1974-77, 1978, 1979, 1980-86, 1989, 1991, 1993

54, 94, 98  Norman Cousins (office of)
        1971, 1980, 1981

19  Peter J. Countryman (Northern Student Movement)
        1962-63

54, 59  Coward-McCann
        1971, 1972

29, 32  John Cowles (Harvard Visiting Committees)
        1965, 1966

89  Mrs. Malcolm Cowley
        1978-79

89  Larry Cox (Amnesty International)
        1978-79

16  Robert W. Craig (Aspen Institute)
        1959

106, 110, 113, 127, 137  Sharon Crain
        * : Condolence Letters
        1983-85, 1991, 1993*

110  Todd Crespi
        1984

32, 35, 40, 44, 49, 54  James Critchlow (Radio Liberty)
        1966-71

40  Walter Cronkite (letter to)
        1968

49, 65  Amb. Philip K. Crowe
        1970, 1973

19  Crown Publishers
        1962-63

113, 116, 118, 120, 122, 125, 127  James Culp Productions
        1985-91

15, 25, 29, 35, 44, 116, 118  Thomas R. Curran
        1958, 1964, 1965, 1967, 1969, 1986, 1987

72, 89, 94, 98, 102, 106, 116  Charlotte Curtis
        1974, 1978-79, 1980-83, 1986

14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 29, 32, 35, 44, 49, 54, 59, 64, 71, 76, 80, 84, 89, 94, 98, 102, 106, 110, 113, 116, 118, 120, 122, 125, 127, 130, 137  Curtis Brown, Inc.
        * : Condolence Letters
        1955-63, 1965-67, 1969-92, 1993*

25, 29, 35, 40, 44, 49, 54, 59, 65, 72, 76, 80, 85, 89, 94, 98, 106, 110, 113, 125, 127, 130, 137  Anthony V. Curto
        * : Condolence Letters
        1964, 1965, 1967-81, 1983-85, 1990-92, 1993*

89, 94, 98, 113, 116, 118  Da Capo Press
        1978-79, 1980, 1981, 1985-87

137  Virginia Dajani (Academy/ Institute of Arts and Letters)
        * : Condolence Letters
        1993*

17  Alexander Dallin
        1960

89  B. Dalton
        1978-79

77  Richard Dana (Century)
        1975

17, 36, 50, 55, 60, 65, 77, 85, 98, 102, 110, 116, 120  E. Clifton Daniel
        1960, 1967, 1970-73, 1975, 1977, 1981, 1982, 1984, 1986, 1988

40, 85, 89, 106  Guy Daniels
        1968, 1977, 1978-79, 1983

29, 94, 106, 110, 134  Robert V. Daniels
        1965, 1980, 1983, 1984, 1993

50  Nick Daniloff
        1970

40, 50  Elizabeth Darhansoff (Random House)
        1968, 1970

116  Dartmouth Conference
        1986

29, 35, 40, 50  Taraknath Das Foundation
        1965, 1967, 1968, 1970

80  Marshall B. Davidson (re Century)
        1976

32  Gordon Davies (Readers Digest)
        1966

44  Aubrey Davis (Martin Secker & Warburg)
        1969

18, 20  Dolly Davis
        1961, 1962-63

110  James C. Davis
        1984

29  Natasha Deakin
        1965

32  Arthur H. Dean (CFR)
        1966

44  Joel Dean (re Century)
        1969

14, 16, 17  Vera Michaels Dean (Foreign Policy Assoc.)
        1955, 1959, 1960

120  Hugh Deane (US-China Peoples Friendship Assoc)
        1988

15, 32, 36, 44, 55, 60, 65  Martha Deane (Marian Young Taylor)
        1958, 1966, 1967, 1969, 1971-73

40  Emile de Antonio (Monday Film Production co)
        1968

36  William B. Decker (Dial Press)
        1967

20, 26, 50  Moshe Decter
        1962-63, 1964, 1970

98  Stevan Dedijer
        1981

50, 55, 60, 72, 77, 106  Vladimir Dedijer
        1970-72, 1974, 1975, 1983


Newspapers

40, 44, 50  Jack Deegan (Newspaper Guild of NY)
        1968-70

89  Ernest De Filippis (re Aesthetic Realism)
        1978-79

98  Delacorte Press
        1981

113, 120, 122, 127, 130  Demi
        1985, 1988, 1989, 1991, 1992

15  Frank Dennis (USIA)
        1958

85, 89  Andre Deutsch (pub)
        1977, 1978-79

102  C. Robert Devine (Readers Digest)
        1982

40  Catherine E. Devlin ( Readers Digest)
        1968

116, 130  Adreian Dewind (Natural Resources Defense Council)
        1986, 1992

77, 98, 102  Dial Press
        1975, 1981, 1982

65, 98, 102, 125, 127  Joan Dickinson (Mrs. William)
        1973, 1981, 1982, 1990, 1991

20, 26, 29, 40, 44, 80, 85, 89  William Dickinson
        1962-7, 69, 76-9

50  John Diebold
        1970

60, 72, 77, 85, 89  Digby Diehl
        1972, 74-5, 77-79

118  Daniel Dietrich
        1987

125, 127  David Dietrich
        1990-91

116, 130  Annie Dillard
        1986, 92

77  Douglas Dillon
        1975

94, 98, 102, 106, 110, 113, 116, 120, 122, 125, 130, 134, 137  E. Grey Dimond
        1980-6, 88-90, 92-3, 93*

65, 72, 94, 102  Mary Clark Dimond (Mrs. E. Grey)
        1973-4, 80-2

50  Joseph C. Dine (Corporation for Public Broadcasting)
        1970

130  Tran Van Dinh (publications)
        1992

116  Dissent
        1986

77, 80  Farrell Dobbs
        1975-6

29  Byron Dobell (Esquire)
        1965

50, 55  Francis Dobo (Arno Press)
        1970-1

72  Gov. Ralph Docking (KS)
        1974

40  E. L. Doctorow (Dial Press)
        1968

20  Mrs. Allen R. Dodd (Saturday Review)
        1962-3

98, 106  Sen. Christopher J. Dodd (CT)
        1981, 83

98  Dodd, Mead, and Co.
        1981

55, 77  John Dodds (Putnam's)
        1971, 75

44  Cleveland E. Dodge
        1969

14  Norton T. Dodge (Harvard Russian Research Center)
        1954

130  Robert Dodsworth (Mazomanie [WI] Historical Society)
        1992

77  Humphrey Doermann
        1975

29, 32  R. H. Doherty (Stravon Pub.)
        1965-6

55  M. B. Dolinger (Chesapeake & Ohio RR)
        1971

77, 80, 130, 134  Roger Donald (Little, Brown)
        1975-6, 92-3

60  Hedley Donovan -- see Council on Foreign Relations
        1972

102  Jerome Doolittle
        1982

55, 60, 72, 77, 80, 85, 89, 94, 98, 110, 113, 116, 118  Doubleday
        1971-2, 74-81, 84-7

102  Downhold Club
        1982

94  Alice L. Downs
        1980

29, 98  Theodore Draper
        1965, 1981

77  Rep. Robert F. Drinan (re Sakharov)
        1975

94  Carol A. Driscoll (re Aesthetic Realism)
        1980

65  Alan Drury
        1973

15, 20  Orvile Dryfoos
        1958, 62-3

106, 137  Susan W. Dryfoos
        1983, 93*

40  Mel Dubin (Americans for Democratic Action)
        1968

122, 125, 130  Richard Dudman
        1989-90, 92

98  Vera Dunham
        1981

40, 44, 50, 55  James N. Dunlop (World Press Institute)
        1968-71

89  Louis Dupree
        1978-9

120  Tillman Durdin
        1988

50  Henry Durkin (Walker and Co.)
        1970

15, 18, 65, 85, 94, 102  E. P. Dutton Co.
        1958, 61, 73, 77, 80, 82

20  N. Dyakonov (Soviet Embassy)
        1962-3

26, 50, 55  Oscar Dystel (Bantam Books)
        1964, 70-71

45  James M. Eagan (Institute on Man and Science)
        1969

16  David Eames (Little, Brown)
        1959

77  Angela Earll (Sidgwick and Jackson)
        1975

17, 20, 36, 45  P. D. East
        1960, 62-3, 67, 69

60  Mrs. P. D. East
        1972

45, 50, 55, 102  Eastern Europe Publications Exchange Fund
        1969-71, 82

20, 40, 45, 50, 65, 85  Cyrus Eaton (office of, letters to)
        1962-3, 68-70, 73, 77

72  Cyrus Eaton, Jr.
        1974

94  Richard Eberhart (Institute/Academy of Arts and Letters)
        1980

20, 26, 29, 32, 36, 50, 77, 89, 106, 116  Abal Hassan Ebtehaj
        1962-7, 70, 75, 78-9, 83, 86

55  Alexander Eckstein
        1971

116  Julius C. C. Edelstein (printed announcement)
        1986

130  Edgar Snow Memorial Fund
        1992

127  Susan Edwards
        1991

55  Daphne Ehrlich
        1971

50  Paul Ehrlich
        1970

77  Loren Eiseley (copy)
        1975

36  Carol Eitingen (Praeger)
        1967

50, 94, 120  Ivar Ekeland
        1970, 80, 88

55  Sigurd Ekeland
        1971

77  Yanne Ekeland
        1975

116  The Elbe Alliance
        1986

36  Julian Elfenbein
        1967

45, 50  Osborn Elliott
        1969-70

36, 77, 81, 85, 110, 137  Sally Ellsworth (Mrs. Duncan)
        1967, 75-7, 84, 93*

118  Elodie Osborn
        1987

26  T. Eric Embry
        1964

40, 50, 55, 89, 113, 130, 137  Gloria Emerson
        1968, 70-1, 78-9, 85, 92, 93*

20, 26, 29, 65, 106, 110  Encyclopaedia Britannica
        1962-5, 73, 83-4

127  Encyclopedia of New York City
        1991

36  Judy Engelhardt (Knopf)
        1967

81, 98  Tom Engelhardt (Pantheon)
        1976, 81

20, 36  Roger Enloe
        1962-3, 67

45  Jason Epstein
        1969

55  Julius Epstein (Hoover Inst.)
        1971

89, 94, 106, 110, 118, 122  Sonja Eriksson
        1978-80, 83-4, 87, 89

50, 55  Morris Ernst (copies, office of)
        1970-1

65  Ernst and Co.
        1973

26, 45, 72, 77, 81, 89, 120, 137  John Ervin, Jr.
        1964, 69, 74-6, 78-9, 88, 93*

120, 125  Esalen Institute
        1988, 90

116, 125, 134  John Espey
        1986, 90, 93

134, 137  John Willard Espy
        1993, 93*

72, 77, 102  Esquire
        1974-5, 82

36, 40, 55  John R. Everett
        1967-8, 71

14, 15  Everyman Opera
        1955, 58

29, 36  Robert Evett (New Republic)
        1965, 67

106, 110, 113  George W. Ewalt (re Agent Orange)
        1983-5

81, 85  George Ewing (Canandaigua, NY)
        1976-7

18  Eugene Exman
        1961

40  Experiment in International Living
        1968

102  Facts on File Publications
        1982

94, 98  Anne Fadiman
        1980-1

26  Merle Fainsod
        1964

45, 55, 65, 72, 85, 113, 118, 125, 130  John King Fairbank
        1969, 71, 73-4, 77, 85, 87, 90, 92

130, 137  Wilma Fairbank (Mrs. John King)
        1992, 1993*

55  Richard Falk (Council on Foreign Relations)
        1971

60  Family Circle
        1972

40, 45  Family of Man, Society for the
        1968-9

98  Nathan Farb
        1981

118  Barry Farber
        1987

17, 26  James Farley (Coca-Cola)
        1960, 64

60, 65  Farrar, Straus and Giroux
        1972-3

20, 29  James T. Farrell
        1962-3, 65

118  William E. Farrrell (memorial)
        1987

32, 36, 40, 55, 60, 72  David Farrer (Martin Secker and Warburg)
        1966-8, 71-2, 74

60  Federation of American Scientists --see Harriette L. Phelps, Jeremy Stone
        1972

45, 55  Bernard T. Feld
        1969, 71

40, 50  Bruce Felknor (Encyclopaedia Britannica)
        1968, 70

81  Rep. Milicent Fenwick
        1976

122, 125, 127  Anne Fessenden
        1989-91

50, 55  Arthur C. Fields
        1970-1

36, 94, 98, 110  Marina Figner
        1967, 80-1, 84

72  Murray Findlay
        1974

14  Sidney Fine (USIA )
        1955

81  David Finkelstein (Ford Foundation)
        1976

72  Jack Finney
        1974,

36  Joachim Fiorillo (Society for the Family of Man)
        1967

20, 45  S. Fischer Verlag
        1962-3, 69

107  Lydia Fish (re Vietnam Veterans folklore)
        1983

26, 29, 32, 36, 45  Leslie H. Fishel, Jr. (State Historical Society of WI)
        1964-7, 69

89  Anne-Louise Fisher (Andre Deutsch)
        1978-9

134  Dorothy Canfield Fisher (subject)
        1993

20, 40, 102, 120  Ralph T. Fisher, Jr.
        1962-3, 68, 82, 88

40, 65, 94, 98  Roy Fisher
        1968, 73, 80-1

107  Jim Fitzpatrick
        1983

45, 50  Abram Flaxer (Wiltwyck School)
        1969-70

45, 50, 55, 118, 127, 137  James Fleming
        1969-71, 87, 91, 1993*

32  Robert H. Fleming (White House)
        1966

50  Frederic Fleron
        1970

55  Charles Bracelen Flood
        1971

65  Fons
        1973

94, 98  Michael Foot
        1980-1

94  Malcolm Forbes
        1980

36  Anne Ford (Houghton Mifflin)
        1967

113, 116, 120, 122  Robert A. D. Ford
        1985-6, 88-9

90  Ford Foundation
        1978-9

65  Foreign Affairs
        1973

60  Foreign Policy
        1972

15, 65, 77  Foreign Policy Association
        1958, 1973, 75

94  Michael V. Forrestal
        1980

50  Franklin S. Forsberg (Holt, Rinehart and Winston)
        1970

120  Arnold Forster
        1988

94  Forum for US-Soviet Dialogue
        1980

94, 106, 110, 127  Lacey Fosburgh
        1980, 83-4. 91

81  Dorothy Fosdick (office of Sen. Henry Jackson)
        1976

40, 72, 81, 94, 110  Joseph M. Fox (Random House)
        1968, 74, 76, 80, 84

15, 20, 36, 40, 55, 60, 65, 77, 81, 85, 90, 94, 98, 107, 110, 116, 120, 122, 125, 130, 137  Melvin Frank
        1958, 62-3, 67-8, 71-3, 75-81, 83-4, 86, 88-90, 92, 93*

72  Charles Frankel
        1974

40, 50, 98  Max Frankel (letters to, copies)
        1968, 70, 81

85, 90, 98  Helen Frankenthaler (brochures)
        1977-9, 81

65, 81  Noble Frankland
        1973, 76

81, 90, 102, 107, 113, 116, 118, 120, 122, 125  Franklin Library
        1976, 78-9, 82-3, 85-90

36, 40, 45, 50, 55  George S. Franklin, Jr.
        1967-71

36, 107  Anne Freedgood (Doubleday, Random House)
        1967, 1983

16, 55  Emmanuel R. Freedman
        1959, 71

134  Freedom Forum
        1993

17  Freedom House
        1960

15  Edward L. Freers
        1958

20, 45, 50, 60  Eliot Fremont-Smith
        1962-3, 69-70, 72

18  Gerald Freund (Rockefeller Foundation)
        1961

85  Russell Fridley (Minn. Historical Society)
        1977

50  Friedburg (Judd Teller)
        1970

94, 98, 102, 110  Bea Friedland
        1980-2, 84

107  Thomas L. Friedman (New York Times)
        1983

20  Alfred Friendly
        1962-3

77  Friends of Sikkim
        1975

81  Friendship Ambassadors, Inc
        1976

50, 55, 77, 107  R. Buckminster Fuller (letter to, copies)
        1970-1, 75, 83

60, 65  Fund for Peace
        1972-3

40  Fund for Education in World Order
        1968

14, 15, 17, 18, 44, 60, 77, 85  Funk and Wagnalls
        1956-8, 60-1, 69, 72, 75, 77

40, 55, 72, 77, 81, 90, 94, 130, 137  Alexander Fursenko
        1968, 71, 74-6, 78-80, 92, 93*

130, 134  Gary Gach
        1992-3

118, 120  John Lewis Gaddis
        1987-88

138  William Gaddis
        1993*

95  Mary Anne Gaetti
        1980

30  Lewis Galantiere
        1965

55  John Kenneth Galbraith (copy)
        1971

116, 122  Gale Research Co. (Contemporary Authors Autobigraphy)
        1986, 89

36  Wes Gallagher
        1967

17, 41, 45  Roland Gammon
        1960, 68-9

16, 17, 20  Roland Gant
        1959-60, 62-3

118  W. Horseley Gantt Papers
        1987

99, 122, 125, 127, 130, 134, 138  Oscar Garcia-Rivera
        1981, 89-93, 93*

72  John W. Gardner
        1974

90  Lloyd Garrison
        1978-9

90, 95, 103, 122, 125, 127, 130  David Garst
        1978-80, 82, 89-92

17, 20, 26, 30, 32, 45, 50, 65  Roswell Garst
        1960, 62-6, 69-70, 73

90, 110  Richard L. Garwin (IBM)
        1978-9, 84

81  The Gates of Hell (subject)
        1976

81  Wilson Gathings
        1976

26, 30, 60, 65, 72, 77, 90, 99, 103, 107, 116, 118, 120  Bernard Geis
        1964-5, 72-5, 78-9, 81-3, 86-8

16, 17, 18, 60, 95, 110  Darlene Geis
        1959-61, 72, 80, 84

32  Maxwell Geismar
        1966

81, 110  Arthur Gelb
        1976, 84

130  Lionel Gelber Prize
        1992

36, 41, 81  John T. Geoghegan (Coward-McCann)
        1967-8, 76

55  Barbara M. Geraghty (Doubleday)
        1971

26  Eugene Gervasi (Knopf)
        1964

41  Henri Ghent
        1968

60  Mary Bass Gibson
        1972

107  K. Dun Gifford
        1983

122  Martin Gilbert
        1989

41, 77  Brendan Gill (letter to, re Century)
        1968, 75

20, 26, 45, 50  Gene Gillette
        1962-4, 69-70

26, 30, 36, 45, 50, 103, 110, 138  Kenneth S. Giniger
        1964-5, 67, 69-70, 82, 84, 93*

41, 45, 99  Allen Ginsberg (letters to, copies)
        1968-9, 81

90  Alexander Ginsburg Defense Committee
        1978-9

107  GIRO (Global Issues Resource Org.)
        1983

20, 26, 32  Rochelle Girson (Saturday Review)
        1962-4, 66

95  Edmund Glass
        1980

81, 95, 107, 110  (Sir) Leslie Glass
        1976, 80, 83-4

110  Ira Glasser (ACLU)
        1984

72, 85, 90, 103  Sidney Glazier
        1974, 77-9, 82

20,  John B. Goetz (University of Chicago Press)
        1962-3

26  Philip W. Goetz (Encyclopaedia Britannica)
        1964

26, 30  Tom Goetz
        1964-5

120  Joseph gold (American Cancer Society)
        1988

55  Carol Goldberg (Anchor Books, Doubleday)
        1971

95, 99, 103, 110, 138  Arthur S. Golden
        1980-2, 84, 93*

20  Ben Hale Golden
        1962-3

32, 36, 41  Ruth Sulzberger Golden (Mrs. Ben Hale)
        1966-8

122  Trudy Golden (Mrs. Arthur S.)
        1989

107  William T. Golden
        1983

30  Robert M. Goldenson (Book-of-the-Month Club)
        1965

26, 30, 36  Howard Goldfinger
        1964-5, 67

81  Marshall Goldman
        1976

16, 20, 26, 36, 41, 45, 50, 55, 60, 66, 72, 81, 85, 90, 125, 127, 130, 138  Michel Gordey
        1959, 62-4, 67-74, 76-9, 90-92, 93*

20  Dorothy Gordon
        1962-3

36, 41, 45  Jesse Gordon (The Nation)
        1967-9

32, 50, 55, 66, 72, 95  Max Gordon
        1966, 70-1, 73-4, 80

60, 81, 90, 103, 122  Milton Gordon
        1972, 76, 78-9, 82, 89

127  Ruth Gordon
        1991

77  Jesse Gorkin (Parade)
        1975

26, 36, 41, 45, 50, 81, 125, 130  Howard Gotlieb
        1964, 67-70, 76, 90, 92

122  Robert Gottlieb
        1989

20  Sanford Gottlieb (SANE)
        1962-3

20, 26  Roman Goul
        1962-4

90  Paul Grabbe
        1978-9

20, 30, 36  Robert D. Graff
        1962-3, 65, 67

15  Gordon Graham (Students for Democratic Action)
        1958

20, 26  Beatrice Grant
        1962-4

45  Cleve Gray
        1969

99  Francine du Plessix Gray (envelope, clipping)
        1981

81  GREAT SOVIET ENCYCLOPEDIA (subject)
        1976

55, 72, 77, 81, 90  Ashbel Green
        1971, 74-6, 78-9

26  Dan Green
        1964

30  Roy Green (Atlantic Monthly)
        1965

116, 130  Tom Green and Terry Pearce
        1986, 92

99  Dorothea S. Greenbaum (Mrs. Edward)
        1981

36, 50  Edward S. Greenbaum
        1967, 70

110  Vartan Gregorian (New York Public Library)
        1984

116  Don Grierson (re Herbert Matthews)
        1986

99  Kenneth N. Grigg
        1981

14, 16, 17, 18, 20, 26, 30, 90  Grolier Society
        1955, 59-65, 78-9

41, 45, 55  Peter Grose (New York Times)
        1968-69, 71

90, 138  Ernest A. Gross
        1978-9, 93*

20  Gerald Gross (Pantheon)
        1962-3

36  Grove Press
        1967

116  Anne M. Gruber (American Committee on US-Sov. Relations)
        1986

14, 16, 30, 32, 36, 45, 55, 72, 118, 127, 138  Leo Gruliow (CDSP)
        1955, 59, 65-7, 69, 71, 74, 87, 91, 93*

120, 130  Samuel Gruper (Macarthur Fellowship Program)
        1988, 92

60  Flora Lewis (Gruson)
        1972

41, 55, 66, 72, 85, 90, 99, 127  Sydney Gruson
        1968, 71, 73-4, 77-9, 81, 91

134  Robert C. Guccione
        1993

60, 77, 81, 85, 95, 99, 107, 118, 130  Guggenheim Foundation
        1972, 75-7, 80-1, 83, 87, 92


Memos

30  Newspaper Guild contract (memos, etc.)
        1965

20  Polly Guinther (Putnam's)
        1962-3

138  Jane Gunther (Mrs. John)
        1993*

130  Greg Guroff (USIA)
        1992

77  William Guthrie (Little, Brown)
        1975

138  Clyde Haberman
        1993*

36  Jeremy Hadfield (Martin Secker and Warburg)
        1967

26  Beulah Hagen
        1964

17  James Hagerty
        1960

66, 138  Edith Haggard
        1973, 1993*

33  Michael L. Haider (Family of Man dinner)
        1966

45  Najeeb E. Halaby (National Committee on US-China Relations)
        1969

41, 45, 107, 116, 118  David Halberstam (letters to, copy)
        1968-9, 83, 86-7

16  Helen Hall
        1959

36, 41, 45  Mary Harrington Hall (Psychology Today)
        1967-9

128, 131  Roger Halle
        1991-2

66  W. D. Halsey -- see Macmillan and Co.
        1973

41  Charles V. Hamilton
        1968

55, 60, 66, 72, 77, 81, 85, 90, 95, 103, 107, 111, 114, 116, 125, 128  Jane Hamilton-Merritt
        1971-80, 82-6, 90-91

107  Edna Hammond and Paula Schwarz
        1983

116  Oliver W. Hammonds
        1986

41, 45, 50, 55, 60, 85, 118  Han Suyin
        1968-72, 77, 87

26, 36  Meyer Handler
        1964, 67

33, 36  Wynn Handman (American Place Theater)
        1966-7


Mongolia

21, 36, 45, 55, 90, 122  John Hangin (Mongolia Society)
        1962-3, 67, 69, 71, 78-9, 89

85  Robert Hansen
        1977

60, 66, 72  Harcourt Brace Jovanovich/ and World
        1972-4

90, 131, 138  Elizabeth Hardwick
        1978-9, 92, 93*

131  Hugh Hardy (re American Academy/ Institute)
        1992

26, 30, 33, 36, 41, 45, 50  C. J. Harkrader
        1964-70

14, 15, 17, 18, 21, 30, 33, 41, 45, 50, 55, 60, 66, 72, 77, 81, 85, 90, 95, 99, 103, 107, 111, 114, 120  Harper and Brothers (Harper and Row)
        1955, 58, 60-3, 65-6, 68-85, 88

41  Averell Harriman (letter to)
        1968

99  Averell Harriman(invitation)
        1981

111  Averell Harriman(office of)
        1984

103  Harriman Institute
        1982

30, 41  Leonard Harris (Encyclopaedia Britannica)
        1965, 68

36  Lou Harris
        1967

26  Stuart Harris (Harper and Row)
        1964

77  J. Fraser Harrison (Sidgwick and Jackson)
        1975

85, 90  Selig Harrison
        1977-9

81  David C. Harrop (Doubleday)
        1976

103, 107  John L. Hart
        1982-3

26, 30, 36  Catherine Hartman
        1964-5, 67

103, 107  David Hartman
        1982-3

41  Joyce Hartman
        1968

95, 99, 103, 118  Harvard
        1980-2, 87

33, 45, 50, 55, 60, 66, 72, 77, 81, 85, 90  Board of Overseers --re Visiting Committees
        1966, 69-79

73  Nieman Foundation
        1974

78, 111  Russian Research Center
        1975, 84

50  George C. Haselton
        1970

41  Thomas G. Haseman (Buhler, King, & Buhler)
        1968

36  Riyad Hashem (Minister of Justice, Jordan)
        1967

50  Alfred Hasler (copy of Tom Wicker letter)
        1970

36  Peter Hastings
        1967

55  Joan Haverly
        1971

36, 120  Tom Hayden
        1967, 88

45  Harold Hayes (Esquire)
        1969

36, 45, 50  Samuel P. Hayes
        1967, 69-70

107  Tim Hays
        1983

45  John Hazard
        1969

33  James A. Healy (NYSE)
        1966

33  Rex Hearn (Harper's)
        1966

16, 17  Harold Hecht
        1959-60

30  Barbara Heckethorn (Macmillan and Co.)
        1965

45  Tom Hedley (Esquire)
        1969

55, 66  Per Egil Hegge
        1971, 73

26, 30, 33  Peter Heggie
        1964-6

107  Robert Heilbroner -- see Century
        1983

15, 16, 21, 26, 30, 33  Hans Heinemann
        1958-9, 62-6

72, 77, 81, 85, 90, 103, 131  Piltti Heiskanen
        1974-9, 82, 92

99, 138  Andrew Heiskell
        1981, 93*

77, 90, 138  Marian Sulzberger Heiskell (Mrs. Andrew)
        1975, 78-9, 93*

85  Betty Heller
        1977

21  Walter Heller (Council of Economic Advisors)
        1962-3

95  Helsinki Watch
        1980

50, 55  William Henderson (Funk and Wagnalls)
        1970-1

114  John Hersey (letter to)
        1985

134  John Hersey(subject -- obituary, etc.)
        1993

72  James Heslin (re Century)
        1974

125  Katrina vanden Heuvel
        1990

33, 55, 99, 103, 111, 116, 118, 120  W. R. Higginbotham
        1966, 71, 81-2, 84, 86-8

50, 90, 116, 120, 122  Jean Highland
        1970, 78-9, 86, 88-9

99, 103, 107  Hugo John Hildebrandt
        1981-3

36  Carol Hill (Pantheon)
        1967

41  Gladwin Hill (New York Times)
        1968

45, 55, 60, 66, 85, 111, 114, 118, 131, 134  Sidney Hillman Foundation
        1969, 71-3, 77, 84-5, 87, 92-3

41  Roger Hilsman (National Committee on US-China Relations)
        1968

33  Peter Hillyer
        1966

103  Ronald Hilton
        1982

122  Robert Himmer
        1989

15  Harold C. Hinton
        1958

66  William Hinton (US-China Peoples Friendship Assoc.)
        1973

131  David Hirshey (Esquire)
        1992

125  Demi Hitz
        1990

26, 122  John Hlavacek
        1964, 89

15, 33, 90  Peggy Hlavacek (Mrs. John)
        1958, 66, 78-9

55  Ho Chi Minh (subject)
        1971

81, 99, 103, 107, 116, 120, 131, 138  Adam Hochschild
        1976, 81-3, 86, 88, 92, 93*

50, 60, 66, 81, 85, 90, 95, 99  Harold K. Hochschild
        1970, 72-3, 76-81

118  James Hoge
        1987

17, 26, 33, 36, 41, 45, 50, 66, 77  John Hohenberg (Pulitzer prizes)
        1960, 64, 66-70, 73, 75

55  Richard Holbrooke (Foreign Affairs)
        1971

122, 131  Arthur C. Holden
        1989, 92

41  Isabel Holland (Putnam's)
        1968

17, 50  Kenneth Holland (Institute of International Education)
        1960, 70

36  Richard Holland (Farrar, Straus and Giroux)
        1967

77  Don Hollenbeck Awards
        1975

21, 26, 30, 36  Everett Holles (General Atomic)
        1962-5, 67

118, 122, 127, 131, 134, 138  Bill Holm
        1987, 89, 91-3, 93*

66, 85, 90, 95, 99, 107, 138  Ruth Sulzberger Holmberg
        1973, 77-81, 83, 93*

60, 86, 90, 99, 103, 107, 111, 114  Holt, Rinehart and Winston
        1972, 77-9, 81-5

21  Bob Hood
        1962-3

15, 21, 33, 36, 50  John J. Hoodack (Nativity Mission Center)
        1958, 62-3, 66-7, 70

66, 81, 116  Townsend Hoopes
        1973, 76, 86

26, 30, 33, 36, 41, 45, 66, 72  Helen Hoover
        1964-9, 73-4

55  J. Edgar Hoover (subject)
        1971

90, 107  Hoover Institution
        1978-9, 83

36, 72, 77, 111, 131  Gene Hopster
        1967, 74-5, 84, 92

90  Edward C. Horman
        1978-9

95, 99, 107, 138  Irving Louis Horowitz
        1980-1, 83, 93*

118  James R. Houghton (Corning Glass, re Fairbank Center, Harvard)
        1987

21, 33, 55, 60, 66, 72, 81, 90  Houghton Mifflin
        1962-3, 66, 71-4, 76, 78-9

21  Walter Hoving
        1962-3

72  Howard County Council (Experiment in International Living)
        1974

60  Irving Howe
        1972

21, 33  John Howe (Encyclopaedia Britannica)
        1962-3, 66

41, 60, 81  Quincy Howe
        1968, 1972, 76

118, 120, 122  Douglass Morse Howell
        1987-9

30  Carol Howland (Mademoiselle)
        1965

99, 103  Ken Hsu
        1981-2

103, 114, 118, 120  Ray Huang
        1982, 85, 87-8

116, 131  Linda Hubbard (Modern Maturity)
        1986, 92

72, 77, 122, 138  Richard Hudson
        1974-5, 89, 93*

50, 55  Sen. Harold E. Hughes
        1970-1

26, 30  Lawrence Hughes (William Morrow)
        1964-5

95  Humanistic Science Institute (re Sakharov)
        1980

50  Hubert Humphrey (office of)
        1970

45  Walter Hunt (Readers Digest)
        1969

50, 72, 77, 81, 90, 116, 120, 122, 125, 128, 131  Arnold Hutschnecker
        1970, 74-6, 78-9, 86, 88-92

21, 26, 50  Matthew Huttner
        1962-4, 70

26, 45  Ada Louise Huxtable
        1964, 69

55  Paul Hyer (Mongolia Society)
        1971

33, 67, 73, 77  IBM
        1966, 73-5

99  IREX
        1981

81  A. S. Iberall
        1976

41  David R. Inglis (SANE)
        1968

14, 15, 16, 30  Institute of International Education
        1955, 58-9, 65

33, 95, 103  Institute on Man and Science
        1966, 80, 82

36  Inter-Citizens Committee, Birmingham
        1967

67  International Advisory Council
        1973

107  International Afghanistan Hearing
        1983

90  International Cambodia Hearings
        1978-9

56, 61, 67, 73, 77, 81, 86, 90, 128  International League for the Rights of Man
        1971-9, 91

16, 33, 36, 41, 45, 50, 56, 61, 67, 73  International Press Institute
        1959, 66-74

77  International Sakharov Hearing
        1975

61  International Student Movement for the U.N.
        1972

114  International Writing Program
        1985

111  Iowa State Unversity Press (re Garst)
        1984

67, 128  Reed Irvine
        1973, 91

41  George Isachenko (Soviet Embassy)
        1968

45, 50, 90  John Jay Iselin
        1969-70, 78-9

21  Homer Jack (SANE)
        1962-3

123, 126  Alan Jacobs
        1989-90

51, 56, 67, 86, 90, 95  Dan Jacobs
        1970-1, 73, 77-80

51  Lynn Jacobs (Pantheon)
        1970

41, 45, 73  Emilie Jacobson
        1968-9, 74

21  Peter Jacobson (New Leader)
        1962-3

107, 126, 128, 131, 135, 138  Eli Jaffe
        1983, 90-93, 93*

15  Jacob Jaffe (George Polk Memorial Awards)
        1958

56, 107  Marc Jaffe (Bantam)
        1971, 83

51, 56  Max Jakobson
        1970-1

135  Henry James (subject)
        1993

82, 86  Storm Jameson (letters to)
        1976-7

41, 45  Eliot Janeway (office of, letter to)
        1968-9

86, 103, 131, 138  Michael C. Janeway
        1977, 82, 92, 93*

107  Morton Janklow
        1983

26  Nahum Jasny
        1964

90  Robert Jastrow (letter to, from Edward Klein)
        1978-9

21  Mrs. Iriah Jefferson (University of Chicago Press)
        1962-3

73, 77, 82, 90  Roger Jelinek
        1974-6, 78-9

56  Hugh Jencks
        1971

120  Sir Anthony Jenkinson
        1988

56  Jewish Labor Committee
        1972

21  Harry Jiler (Overseas Press Club)
        1962-3

33, 56  Joachim Joesten (re JFK assassination)
        1966, 71

128  J. Chester Johnson
        1991

73  Daniel Johnson (Wm. Morrow)
        1974

41, 45  Earl J. Johnson (letters to)
        1968-9

90, 99  Lyndon Baines Johnson Library
        1978-9, 81

51  Joseph E. Johnson (CEIP)
        1970

21, 26, 30, 37  Priscilla Johnson
        1962-5, 67

41  Pyke Johnson (National Research Council)
        1968

107  W. Alton Jones Foundation
        1983

51  Judith Jones (Knopf)
        1970

45  Clive Jordan (BBC)
        1969

41  Frank Jordan
        1968

18  Michael Joseph, Ltd.
        1961

21, 61, 67  Thomas H. Jukes
        1962-3, 72-3

90  Irving Kahn
        1978-9

26, 33, 37  Joan Kahn (Harper and Row)
        1964, 66-7

30, 61  Roger Kahn (Saturday Evening Post)
        1965, 1972

90  J. Kainulainen
        1978-9

37  Bernard Kalb
        1967

37, 46, 128  Marvin Kalb
        1967, 69, 91

103  Robert J. Kalthoff
        1982

86, 107  Ruth Kaminska (Amer. Inst. of Polish Culture)
        1977, 83

46, 51  Henry Kamm
        1969-70

26, 30, 33  Elizabeth Kanfer (Atheneum)
        1964-6

77, 82  Joe Kanon (Little, Brown)
        1975-6

90  Gilbert Kaplan
        1978-9

51  Jeremiah Kaplan (Macmillan and Co.)
        1970

95  Lena Biorck Kaplan (re Raul Wallenberg)
        1980

21  Nathaniel Kaplan (NYC Youth Board)
        1962-3

123  Solomon Karmel
        1989

135  Irwin Karp (re John Hersey)
        1993

107  Rep. Robert W. Kastenmeier (WI)
        1983

107  Eugenia Katseva
        1983

114  Nicholas deB. Katzenbach -- see Council on Foreign Relations
        1985

37  Stanley Kauffman (New Republic)
        1967

120  Ormonde de Kay (re Century)
        1988

21, 26, 33, 37, 56  Eugene Kayden (U. of the South)
        1962-4, 66-7, 71

107  Vickie Kearn (re Sakharov)
        1983

51  Kenneth B. Keating (letter to)
        1970

73, 82, 90  Edward L. Keenan
        1974, 76, 78-9

26, 46  Leroy Keller
        1964, 69

138  Kitty Kelley
        1993*

41  John H. Kendrick (University of Chicago Press)
        1968

56  Annelise Kennan (Mrs. George?)
        1971

41, 46, 61, 73  George F. Kennan (subject, letters to, office of)
        1968-9, 72, 74

90  Kennan Institute
        1978-9

37, 41, 46, 56  Sargent Kennedy
        1967-9, 71

56  Roberta Kent (Curtis Brown)
        1971

120, 131, 135, 138  Brigid Keogh
        1988, 92-3, 93*

90, 95, 107  John Keppel
        1978-80, 83

37  Phil Kerby (The Nation)
        1967

116  Janet Kern (re film project)
        1986

16  Fred Kerner (Fawcett Publications)
        1959

30, 33, 41, 51, 138  Barbara Kerr
        1965-6, 68, 70, 93*

46  Richard Kershaw (BBC)
        1969

90, 107, 111, 116, 120, 123, 128, 135  Kettering Foundation
        1978-9, 83-4, 86, 88-9, 91, 93

111, 114  Helene Keyssar
        1984-5


Kihss

30, 67, 95  Peter Kihss
        1965, 73, 80

15  Miriam de Kika (American Council for Emigres in the Professions)
        1958

111  Michael Killegrew
        1984

46  Richard Kimball (re Century)
        1969

108, 111, 114, 116  Nina King (Newsday)
        1983-6

128, 131, 138  Maxine Hong Kingston
        1991-92, 93*

126  Angela Kinkead
        1990

33, 46, 56, 67, 73, 95, 108, 111, 114, 118, 120, 123  Robin Kinkead
        1966, 69, 71, 73-4, 80, 83-5, 87-9

21  Robert E. Kintner (Pres., NBC)
        1962-3

67  Irina Kirk
        1973

16  George Kirstein (The Nation)
        1959

15, 120  George Kish
        1958, 88

21  Rita Hall Kleemar (PEN)
        1962-3

61, 90, 103, 114  Edward Klein
        1972, 78-9, 82, 85

108, 111  Bertha Klenova
        1983-4

26  Charles Klensch (ABC News)
        1964

126  Elena Klionsky
        1990

116  Marc Klionsky
        1986

56, 61, 67, 73, 77, 82, 108  Ed Kline (Chekhov Publishing Co.)
        1971-6, 83

41  Richard Kluger (Simon and Schuster)
        1968

30  Conrad Knickerbocker
        1965

33, 37  Mrs. Conrad Knickerbocker
        1966-7

46, 51  Jere Knight
        1969-70

37, 41, 61  John S. Knight
        1967-8, 72

82  Erwin Knoll (Progressive)
        1976

116  Alfred A. Knopf, Jr. (Atheneum)
        1986

15, 16, 18, 46, 61, 67, 73  Alfred A. Knopf, Inc
        1958-9, 61, 69, 72-4

30, 37, 46, 56, 99  Danford Knowlton
        1965, 67, 69, 71, 81

108, 111  Jane Knowlton (Mrs. Dan)
        1983-4, 93*

41, 46, 51, 56, 73  Perry Knowlton
        1968-71, 74

67  Win Knowlton
        1973

37, 41, 51  Hans Jurgen Koch
        1967-8, 70

61  Kodak, Chairman of the Board
        1972

37  Susan Koengeter (BBC)
        1967

30  Joseph S. Koffend (Mongolia Soc.)
        1965

21, 26, 30, 56  Foy D. Kohler
        1962-5, 71

16  Mary Conway Kohler (Ford Foundation)
        1959

21, 26, 30, 82  Myron Kolatch
        1962-5, 76

30, 33, 37, 41, 46, 51, 67  Hans Konigsberger (also, Konig)
        1965-70, 73

73  KOREA (subject)
        1974

21, 30  Robert (Bud) Korengold
        1962-3, 65

41, 46, 56, 67, 77, 82, 90, 95, 99, 103  William Korey
        1968-9, 71, 73, 75-6, 78-82

118  Vitaly Korotich (letter to)
        1987

67  Edward Korry (UN Assoc. of the USA)
        1973

26  William Koshland
        1964

86, 90, 95, 99, 103  Irina Kosinska(-Hargrove)
        1977-82

67  Jerzy Kosinski
        1973

126  Stephen Kotkin
        1990

46  Alan T. Kouns (Radio Liberty)
        1969

126  Bill Kovach
        1990

37, 41  Dorothy Kramer
        1967-8

86  Victor Krasin
        1977

46  Susan Kratochwil (World Press Inst.)
        1969

99  Paul Kreisberg (Council on Foreign Relations)
        1981

21, 26, 37, 41, 46, 51, 56, 61, 77, 103, 108, 118, 120, 123, 128, 131, 135  Hillier Krieghbaum (NYU)
        1962-4, 67-72, 75, 82-3, 87-9, 91-3

95  Bernard Krisher
        1980

21, 41, 99  John Krueger (Mongolia Society)
        1962-3, 68, 81

30  KU KLUX KLAN (subject -- assorted correspondence)
        1965

33  Joseph C. Kun (RFE)
        1966

21, 37, 46, 67, 86, 95  Irv Kupcinet
        1962-3, 67, 69, 73, 77, 80

33, 37  Howard Kurtz (War Control Planners)
        1966-7

114, 116  Sherry Lafollette
        1985-86

61, 78, 82, 86, 95, 108  Olof Lagercrantz
        1972, 75-7, 80, 83

42, 51  Roy Laird
        1968, 70

21  William Lambert (Time, Inc.)
        1963

90  Alvin Lampert (Oxford U.)
        1978-9

67, 73, 78, 138  H. H. (Bud) Lampman
        1973-5, 93*

95  Lancaster-Miller Publishers
        1980

27  Algirdas Landsbergis (International PEN)
        1964

27, 30, 33, 37, 46, 78, 82, 90, 95, 99, 111, 114, 116, 120, 131, 135, 138  Jack Langguth
        1964-7, 69, 75-6, 78-81, 84-6, 88, 92, 93*

82  Edward Lansdale
        1976

51, 56, 61, 67, 78, 86, 90, 103  Irene Lapin
        1970-3, 75, 77-9, 82

37  Walter Laqueur
        1967

21  G. Larikov
        1963

108  Adm. Gene R. LaRocque
        1983

21, 27, 37, 42, 46, 51, 56, 61, 67, 73, 78, 82, 86, 90, 95, 99  Arnold B. (Wolf) Larson
        1962, 64, 67-81

46  Charles Latimer (Martin Secker and Warburg)
        1969

42, 118, 123  Owen Lattimore (letters to)
        1968, 87, 89

135  Theodore H. von Laue
        1993

21, 27, 42  John T. Lawrence (William Morrow)
        1962, 64, 68

108, 116, 118, 120, 131, 138  Carola Lea
        1983, 86-8, 92, 93*

108  Leardership Mission to the People's Republic of China
        1983

67  (International) League for the Rights of Man
        1973

56  Nora Leake (National Geographic)
        1971

114  John LeBoutillier
        1985

21, 42, 46, 114, 116, 135, 138  Jean LeCompte (Mrs. Philip)
        1963, 68-9, 85-6, 93, 93*

14, 33, 42, 61, 67, 82, 90, 103, 108, 114, 116, 120, 128, 131, 135, 138  Philip LeCompte
        1956, 66, 68, 72-3, 76, 78-9, 82-3, 85-6, 88, 91-3, 93*

138  Sloane Lederer
        1993*

138  Betty Leech (Mrs. Robinson)
        1993*

18  Robinson Leech
        1961

90  Le Figaro
        1978-9

21  Bertha S. Lehman (The New Republic)
        1962

67  Christopher Lehmann-Haupt
        1973

51  Hal Lehrman (Overseas Press Club)
        1970

16, 27, 108  Nathaniel Lehrman
        1959-64, 83

14, 14, 21, 27, 30, 33, 46, 51, 56, 61, 67, 73, 78, 90, 108  W. Colston Leigh, Inc.
        1955, 57, 62, 64-6, 69-75, 78-9, 83

33, 108, 114, 116, 118  Joseph Lelyveld
        1966, 83, 85-7

27, 30  Harding Lemay (Knopf)
        1964-5

114, 116  Madeleine L'Engle
        1985-6

73  John Leonard
        1974

30  Wolfgang Leonhard
        1965

67  Leo Lerman (Vogue)
        1973

82  Richard Lesher (US Chamber of Commerce)
        1976

95  Elenore Lester (re Raoul Wallenberg)
        1980

37  Meyer Levin
        1967

86  David Levine
        1977

37, 56  Isaac Don Levine (letter to, copy)
        1967, 71

82  Mike Levitas (New York Times)
        1976

14  S. M. Levitas (New Leader)
        1954

46  Gustave Levy (Society for the Family of Man)
        1969

21, 30, 33, 37, 42, 46, 51, 56, 61, 73, 90, 99, 111, 120, 138  Anthony Lewis
        1963, 65-72, 74, 78-9, 81, 84, 88, 93*, undated

56  Dori Lewis (Arno Press)
        1971

73, 82, 90, 95, 108  Flora Lewis
        1974, 76, 78-80, 83

21  Life
        1962

131  Yegor Ligachev (subject)
        1992

27, 46  David E. Lilienthal (office of, letter to)
        1964, 69

103  Sally Lillienthal
        1982

103  Genny Lim
        1982

42, 46, 51, 56, 67  Paul T. K. Lin
        1968-71, 73

67  Paul T. K. Lin (photocopy of Soong Ching Ling letter)
        1973

51  Nancy Lincoln (Arno Press)
        1970

56  Frances Lindley
        1971

27, 30, 42, 46, 61  Hilda L. Lindley
        1964-5, 68-9, 72

118  John V. Lindsay (copy)
        1987

51  David Linebaugh (US Arms Control and Disarmament)
        1970

42  James A. Linen (Time)
        1968

21, 61, 67  J. P. Lippincott Co.
        1962-3, 72-3

46  Walter Lippmann (letter to)
        1969

73  Robert Lipsyte
        1974

27  Will Lissner
        1964

61  Literature Committee, Century
        1972

46  Literaturnaia Gazeta (letter to)
        1969

61, 67, 73, 86, 95, 108, 120, 126, 128, 131  Little, Brown
        1972-4, 77, 80, 83, 88, 91-2

14, 103, 114, 116, 120, 123  Frank Livingston
        1955, 82, 85-6, 88-9

90, 108, 120  Mollie Parnis Livingston
        1978-9, 83, 88

27, 30, 33, 37, 51, 86  Louis M. Loeb
        1964-7, 70, 77

73, 82, 86, 103  Eugene Loebl
        1974, 76-7, 82

90  Walter Logan
        1978-9

21  Edwin G. Long (Chesapeake and Ohio Railway)
        1963

114  Long Bow Group
        1985


The Long March

111  The Long March
        1984

21  Nancy Longley (American Heritage Publishing)
        1963

21, 46, 120  Robert Loomis
        1962-3, 69, 88

51  Walter Lord (Century)
        1970

103, 116, 123, 135  Winston Lord
        1982, 86, 89, 93

73, 86, 108  Los Angeles Times (Book Review)
        1974, 77, 83

33, 42, 120  William T. Loverd (Knopf)
        1966, 68, 88

18, 21  David Lowe (CBS News)
        1961, 63

111, 114, 116  Gertrude Z. (Trudy) Lowell
        1984-6

14, 17, 21, 27, 30, 42, 46  Donald Lowrie
        1957, 60, 63-5, 68-9

30  Thomas Lowry (Random House)
        1965

86  Victor Lubitch
        1977

78  Henry Luce III
        1975

108  Henry Luce Foundation
        1983

73  Gov. Patrick J. Lucey (WI)
        1974

21  Robert Ludlum
        1962

15, 16, 17, 18, 21, 27, 51  John A. Lukacs
        1958-61, 63-4, 70

33, 37, 42, 46, 116, 138  J. Anthony Lukas
        1966-9, 86, 93*

33  Harold Lundbergh (re Century)
        1966

21  James Lustig (The Worker)
        1962

95  Barry Lynes
        1980

21, 27  Louis Lyons (Nieman Foundation)
        1963-4

17, 22, 56, 61, 91  Richard McAdoo
        1960-3, 71-2, 78-9

108  MacArthur Foundation
        1983

86  McCall's
        1977

22, 27  Sheila McCarthy
        1962-4

51  Ken McCormick (letter to)
        1970

17, 67, 73, 114  John Reagan (Tex) McCrary
        1960, 73-4, 85

120  Ruthanne Lum McCunn
        1988

42  David MacDonald (Readers Digest)
        1968

46  Iverach MacDonald (The Times [London])
        1969

82  Bart McDowell (Nat'l Geographic)
        1976

33  Dacid W. MacEachron (Council on Foreign Relations)
        1966

123  Roderick McFarquhar
        1989

114  Robert McFarlane (photocopy materials)
        1985

22  Ralph McGill (Atlanta Constitution)
        1962-3

27, 46, 51  James McGlincy (Population Council)
        1964, 69, 70

22  John McGrath (The Progressive)
        1962-3

46  Harold McGraw, Jr.
        1969

61, 67, 95, 99, 103, 135  McGraw-Hill
        1972-3, 80-2, 93

22, 51, 61, 78  Mary McGrory
        1962-3, 70, 72, 75

22, 33, 46  Barrett McGurn
        1962-3, 66, 69

22, 46, 56, 126  Porter McKeever
        1962-3, 69, 71, 90

30  Felix McKnight
        1965

99  Kathleen McLaughlin
        1981

82  Archibald MacLeish (letter to)
        1976

114  Marshall McLuhan Center on Global Communications
        1985

27  Bishop James E. McManus (Puerto Rico)
        1964

22, 27, 37, 56, 61, 73, 78, 86, 118  Macmillan and Co.
        1962-4, 67, 71-2, 74-5, 77, 87

42, 46, 51, 61, 67, 78, 86, 91, 95, 99, 103, 114, 131  Priscilla Johnson McMillan
        1968-70, 72-3, 75, 77-82, 85, 92

51  William B. McMorris (W. W. Norton)
        1970

123  John McPhee
        1989

33  Mrs. Elliott Macrae
        1966

27, 42, 51, 78, 86, 95, 103, 108  John Macrae III
        1964, 68-70, 75-7, 80, 82-3

27  Sarah Macrae (E. P. Dutton)
        1964

82  Corona Machener
        1976

30, 33  Mademoiselle
        1965-6

86, 131  James L. Mairs
        1977, 92


Maisky

27  Ivan Maisky
        1964

73, 99, 103, 114, 118  Raul S. Mangalupus
        1974, 81-2, 85, 87

46  Anthony A. Manheim (Wiltwyck School)
        1969

82  Bayless Manning
        1976

103  Donna Manning (Mrs. Bayless)
        1982

73, 120, 123  Gordon Manning (NBC News)
        1974, 88-9

22, 27, 30, 33, 37, 46, 51, 67, 91, 99, 111, 114, 138  Robert J. Manning
        1962-7, 69-70, 73, 78-9, 81, 84-5, 93*

51, 123  Thomas B. Manton
        1970, 89

30  Willard Manus (Macmillan and Co.)
        1965

46  Mary Mapes (Doubleday)
        1969

42, 51  Joannna Maravel (Harper and Row)
        1968, 70

78  William L. Marbury (re Century)
        1975

30  Joy Marcus
        1965

42  Herbert Marcuse (letter to)
        1968

73  Lester Markel (copy)
        1974

33  Marilyn Marlow (Curtis Brown)
        1966

61, 67  Herbert Marshall (assorted materials)
        1972-3

95  Jay Martin
        1980

22  Martin Secker & Warburg
        1962-3

22  Harold Martin (Saturday Evening Post)
        1962-3

120  Robert K. Massie
        1988

22, 51, 56  Herbert Matthews (photocopy, letter to)
        1962-3, 70-1

111  Charles McC. Mathias, Jr.
        1984

56  Neville Maxwell
        1971

95  William Maxwell
        1980

86  Martin Mayer (re Century)
        1977

78  Charlotte Leon Mayerson
        1975

22, 30, 33, 37, 42, 46, 51, 78, 82  Earl Mazo
        1962-3, 65-70, 75-6

114, 118, 123, 138  Mazomanie [WI] Historical Society
        1985, 87, 89, 93*

61, 67, 73, 78, 82, 86, 91, 95, 99, 103, 108  Mary Mebane
        1972-83

91  Kate Medina
        1978-9

67, 78  Zhores Medvedev
        1973, 75

95  Charles Mee
        1980

56  Klaus Mehnert
        1971

27  K. P. S. Menon (Indian Ambassador)
        1964

42  Ian S. Menzies
        1968

22  Philip Merrill (report by Chester Bowles)
        1962-3

61  Charles Merz
        1972

95  Stanley Meyer
        1980

46  A. H. Meykadeh (Iranian Amb. to Switzerland)
        1969

67  Rep. Edward Mezvinsky (IA)
        1973

51  Kirsten Michalski (PEN)
        1970

67, 73, 78, 91  Mid-Atlantic Club
        1973-5, 78-9

78  MidEast Free Trade
        1975

18  Midstream
        1960

27, 131, 135  Sergo Anastasevich Mikoyan
        1964, 92-3

37, 42, 46, 51, 108  Arthur Miller (letters to, copies of letters)
        1967-70, 83

73  C. T. Miller
        1974

22, 27, 37, 46, 99, 108  Colin Miller
        1962-4, 67, 69, 81, 83

99, 111  Ingeborg Morath Miller (Mrs. Arthur)
        1981, 84

108, 114, 117  Joyce Miller
        1983, 85-6

95  Thomas R. Miller
        1980

91  Margaret Mills
        1978-9

56  Rep. Patsy Mink
        1971

103, 111  Minneapolis Public Library
        1982, 84

118  Minnesota Public Radio
        1987

61  Minnesota Daily
        1972

103, 117, 126  Minnesota Historical Society
        1982, 86, 90

91, 111, 114, 120, 123  University of Minnesota
        1978-9, 84-5, 88-9

18, 46, 82, 108, 117  University of Minnesota Press
        1961, 69, 76-83, 86

78, 91  Barbara Minto
        1975, 78-9

22  Walter J. Minton (Putnam's)
        1962-3

67  MIT (re Sakharov)
        1973

22, 33, 56, 111, 128, 138  Herbert Mitgang
        1962-3, 66, 71, 84, 91, 93*

51  Verne Moberg (Pantheon)
        1970

128, 131  Modern Maturity
        1991-2

114  Walter F. Mondale (letter to)
        1985

22, 30, 46, 51, 61, 67, 73, 78, 82, 86, 91, 95, 99, 103, 111, 114, 135  Mongolia Society
        1962-3, 65, 69-70, 72-82, 84-5, 93

22, 27  Ferdinand N. Monjo (Harper and Row)
        1962-4

95, 131, 138  Harle Montgomery
        1980, 92, 93*

61  Monthly Review Press
        1972

131  Elizabeth Luce Moore (program)
        1992

91  John D. Moore
        1978-9

22, 27, 42, 51, 56, 78, 114  John Moorhead
        1962-4, 68, 70-1, 75, 85

37, 42, 46, 56  Malcolm Moos (Pres., UMinn)
        1967-9, 71

103, 117  Edward D. Morgan (In the Public Interest)
        1982, 86

27, 30, 33, 37, 42, 46, 51  Harry W. Morgan
        1964-70

95  Paul Morgan
        1980

78  Morgan Stanley
        1975

95  Hans Morgenthau (eulogy for) -- see Kenneth W. Thompson
        1980

82  Lisa Morrill (Bessie Books)
        1976

14  Vic Morisette
        1920s

73  Ivan Morris (International League for the Rights of Man)
        1974

56  William Morris (Harper & Row)
        1971

135  Lynne Morrison
        1993

67, 78, 103, 108, 111  William Morrow and Co.
        1973, 75, 82-4

30, 51  F. Bradford Morse
        1965, 70

22  Charles Morton (Atlantic Monthly)
        1962-3

103  James Parks Morton -- see Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine, Century
        1982

16, 18, 37  Aline Mosby
        1959-60, 67

22, 42  Philip E. Mosely (Council on Foreign Relations)
        1962-3, 68

51  Robert Moses (copy)
        1970

99, 111  Armand Moss
        1981, 84

22, 27, 30, 51, 56, 61, 73, 86, 91  Arthur H. (Red) Motley (Parade Publications)
        1962-5, 70-2, 74, 77-9

56, 91  Stewart Rawlings Mott
        1971, 78-9

27, 37, 42, 46  Elizabeth Mowat
        1964, 67-9

37, 56, 78  Diana Moxhay
        1967, 71, 75

46, 73  Bill Moyers
        1969, 74

131  Michael Murphy (Esalen)
        1992

16, 22, 27, 30, 46, 51, 61, 86  J. Edward Murray
        1959, 62-5, 69-70, 72, 77

99  Museum of Soviet Unofficial Art
        1981

114  Carl Mydans
        1985

67  Gunnar Myrdal (printed announcement)
        1973

42, 82  Jan Myrdal (letters to)
        1968, 76

68  NAACP
        1973

111, 117  Anders Naessil
        1984, 86

27, 108  Arthur Naftalin
        1964, 83

22, 30  Ralph Nafziger
        1962-3, 65

14  Zygmunt Nagorski, Sr.
        1954

46, 51, 56, 62, 96  Zygmunt Nagorski, Jr.
        1969-72, 80

78  Herbert Nagourney
        1975

131  Joyce Nakamura (Contemporary Authors Autobiography)
        1992

111  K. R. Narayan (Indian Amb. to UN)
        1984

16, 37, 42, 46  Otto Nathan (estate of Albert Einstein)
        1959, 67-9

18  The Nation
        1961

100  National Academy of Sciences
        1981

128  National Academy of TV Arts and Sciences
        1991

51, 78  National Book Committee National Book Committee
        1970, 1975

117, 123, 126, 128, 131, 135  National Book Critics Circle
        1986, 89-93

46, 51, 56, 62  National Committee on US-China Relations
        1969-72

96  National Conference of State Legislators
        1980

33  National Council on Crime and Delinquency
        1966

86  National Council for US-China Trade
        1977

123  National Endowment for the Arts
        1989

78, 82, 86  National Geographic Society
        1975-7

62, 68, 73, 78, 82  National Institute/ American Academy of Arts and Letters
        1972-6

82  National News Council
        1976

14, 123  National Press Club
        1955, 89

73  National Town Meeting
        1974

18  National Youth Foundation
        1960

30  Nativity Mission Center
        1965

68  Naval War College
        1973

22, 115  Victor Navasky
        1962-3, 85

78  Lev Navrozov
        1975

42, 46  Long John Nebel (NBC Radio)
        1968-9

42  Charles C. Neighbors (Weybright and Talley)
        1968

82, 100, 119, 126, 135  Ernst Neizvestny
        1976, 81, 87, 90, 93

82, 86  Aleksandr Nekrich
        1976-7

27, 68  New Leader
        1964, 73

86, 100  The New Republic
        1977, 81

91, 108  New Republic Books
        1978-9, 83

68, 86, 96, 108, 111  New School for Social Research
        1973, 77, 80, 83-4

30  New York City Youth Board
        1965

68, 123, 126, 128, 131, 135, 139  New York Public Library
        1973, 89-93, 93*

56, 96  New York Review of Books
        1971, 80

82, 91, 96, 100, 104, 135  The New York Times
        1976, 78-82, 93

131  The New Yorker
        1992

18, 22, 27  Mike Newberry (The Worker)
        1960, 62-4

33  Joe Newman (Overseas Press Club)
        1966

56, 62, 78, 86, 91, 96  Newspaper Guild of NY
        1971-2, 75, 77-80

42, 51, 56, 104  Osgood Nichols
        1968, 70-1, 82

37  William Nichols (re Century)
        1967

82  Wendy Webber Nicholson (Simon and Schuster)
        1976

68, 73, 108, 123, 131  Nieman Foundation
        1973-4, 83, 89, 92

91  Matthew Nimetz (State Dept.)
        1978-9

51  Richard Nixon (materials on White House Conference on Children)
        1970

139  Tricia Nixon (Cox)
        1993*

37  Ronnie Noble (BBC)
        1967

27, 35, 37, 42, 46, 51, 56, 91, 111  Richard H. Nolte
        1964-5, 67-71, 78-9, 84

73  Norodom Sihanouk (mimeograph)
        1974

78  Jeff Norrell
        1975

62  Northwest National Bank
        1972

62, 68, 91, 100, 108, 115, 121  W.W. Norton
        1972-3, 78-9, 81, 83, 85, 88

27, 135  Pavel Novokshonov
        1964, 93

104  Thomas Nowotny (Consul-general of Austria)
        1982

18  Joseph S. Nye
        1961

46, 51, 86, 91  I. Nyman
        1969-70, 77-9

62  John B. Oakes (copies)
        1972

82  Serge Obolonsky Associates
        1976

86  Robert Vincent O'Brien (Franklin Library)
        1977

15, 16, 18, 74  James B. O'Connell
        1958-60, 74

47  Janice O'Connell (State Historical Society of WI)
        1969

56, 86, 91, 96, 100  Sidney Offit
        1971, 77-81

47  Alfred Ogden (re Century)
        1969

51  Daniel Okrent (Knopf)
        1970

27, 37, 42  Bryce Oliver
        1964, 67-8

27, 30, 37  Herbert S. Oliver
        1964-5, 67

33, 37  Kathleen Merrick O'Loughlin
        1966-7

18, 22, 27, 37, 51  Clark Olsen
        1960, 62-4, 67, 70

86, 91  Ludmilla Olsen
        1977-9

15, 16  William Oman (Dodd, Mead, and Co.)
        1958-9

96, 111, 123  Omni
        1980, 84, 89

119  Jacqueline Onassis (office of )
        1987

100  Gov. and Mrs William O'Neill (CT)
        1981

62  Opinion Research Corp.
        1972

74, 108  Oriental Research Partners
        1974, 83

74, 78  Organization for a Rational Energy Policy
        1974-5

42  Ruggero Orlando (RAI)
        1968

74  Lady Boyd Orr
        1974

27  Lord Boyd Orr
        1964

30, 62, 74, 86, 105, 108, 111, 131, 139  Elodie Osborn (Mrs. Robert)
        1965, 72, 74, 77, 82-4, 92, 93*

91  Eliot Osborn
        1978-9

27, 37, 42, 51, 62, 68, 78, 82, 96, 100, 108, 111, 131, 139  Robert Osborn
        1964, 67-8, 70, 72-3, 75-6, 80-1, 83-4, 92, 93*

100, 104, 111, 115, 117, 139  Chuck (and Carol) Osgood
        1981-2, 84-6, 93*

57, 78, 82, 91, 108, 111, 115  Mildred Osgood
        1971, 75-6, 78-9, 83-5

86  Lee Hvarvey Oswald (subject)
        1977

33  John O'Toole (NET)
        1966

42  Rep. Richard L. Ottinger
        1968

135, 139  Paul Overby
        1993, 93*

57  Overseas Development Council
        1971

14, 15, 16, 18, 27, 33, 37, 47, 62, 68, 82, 104, 108, 111  Overseas Press Club
        1955, 58-61, 64, 66-7, 69, 72-3, 76, 82-4

100  Gary J. Owens (re JFK assassination)
        1981

78  Renato Pacheti
        1975

38, 52  Giorgio Padovano (RAI)
        1967, 70

47  Peter Pagnamenta (BBC)
        1969

38  Mary Painter (The New Yorker)
        1967

68, 74  Pakistan
        1973-4

82  Joseph Palmer
        1976

126  Alexei Panshin
        1990

82, 108, 111, 126  Pantheon Books
        1976, 83-4, 90

87  Anne Paolucci
        1977

108  Dimitri V. Papadimitriou
        1983

111  Parade Publications
        1984

121  Maurice Park
        1988

121, 128, 125  Charlotte Parkinson
        1988, 91, 93

42  Eliza Parkinson (Mrs. Bliss)
        1968

104  Zaidee Parkinson (Mrs. Bliss)
        1982

52  Richard Parks (Curtis Brown)
        1970

91  Leslie Parr (Arno Press)
        1978-9

42  Dick Passmore (Harper & Row)
        1968

15, 22, 27, 33, 38, 42, 47, 52, 57, 62, 68, 74, 78, 119, 123, 128, 131, 135, 139  Isaac Patch, Jr. (Radio Liberty)
        1958, 62-4, 66-75, 87, 89, 91-3, 93*, undated

121  Nonie Patch (Mrs. Issac?)
        1988

42  Mrs. Maurice Pate (Fund for Education in World Order)
        1968

22, 27  H. Patrick-Smith (Pergamon Press, Oxford)
        1962-4

31, 33, 52, 62, 68, 74, 78, 82, 87, 100  Alicia Patterson Foundation
        1965-6, 70, 72-7, 81

27, 38, 57, 62, 78, 82, 100, 108, 115  Elda Clayton Patton
        1964, 67, 71-2, 75-6, 81, 83, 85

139  Pavel Novokshonov
        1993*

27  Robert Payne
        1964

115, 117, 139  Terry Pearce and Tom Green (Private Initiative)
        1985-6, 93*

18  Lester Pearson (Conference on Reduction of World Tensions)
        1960

135  Pegasus Prize for Literature
        1993

42  Jaroslav Pelikan (letter to)
        1968

14, 16, 31, 47, 52, 57, 62, 68, 74, 82, 87, 91, 96, 121, 135  PEN
        1956, 59, 65, 69-74, 76-80, 88, 93

22, 62, 78  C. Grant Pendill
        1962-3, 72, 75

74, 78, 100, 108, 111, 131  Penthouse
        1974-5, 81, 83-4, 92

131  Pepperdine University
        1992

91  Pepsico
        1978-9

91, 111  Gov. Rudy Perpich (MN)
        1978-9, 84

47, 52  Georges Perruche (French Foriegn Office)
        1969-70

96  Persea Books (re William Jay Smith)
        1980

126  Mrs. Walter Petke
        1990

52  Martin Petroff (Holt Rinehart and Winston)
        1970

14, 15  Vladimir Petrov
        1957-8

91  Ralph Pfeiffer, Jr. (IBM)
        1978-9

27  Chamnong Phahulrat (Royal Thai Embassy)
        1964

47  Harriette L. Phelps (Fed. of American Scientists)
        1969

33, 38, 57, 91  Morris Philipson (U. of Chicago Press)
        1966-7, 71, 78-9

33  Wayne Phillips (HUD)
        1966

111  Physicians for Social Responsibility
        1984

87  Piedmont Airlines
        1977

128, 135, 139  Eleanor Jackson Piel (Mrs. Gerard)
        1991, 93, 93*

47, 82, 126, 128, 135  Gerard Piel
        1969, 76, 90-91, 93

126  Richard L. Pifer (State Historical Soc. of Wisc.)
        1990

33, 42, 47  Charles Pintchman (Readers Digest)
        1966, 68-9

14, 27, 91  Richard Pipes
        1956, 64, 78-9

108, 111  Harvey Pitcher (re The Smiths of Moscow)
        1983-4

57, 62  Playboy
        1971-2

14  The Players
        1955

57  Francis T. P. Plimpton (office of)
        1971

47  Sidney Ploss
        1969

111, 115, 117, 119, 121, 123, 135  Ploughshares Fund
        1984-9, 93

74  Political Rights Defense Fund
        1974

62, 87, 100  George Polk Memorial Awards
        1972, 77, 81

15, 18, 22, 57, 62, 68, 74, 78, 91  Joseph Polowsky (American Veterans of the Elbe River Link-up)
        1958, 60, 62-3, 71-5, 78-9

18, 27, 42, 47, 100, 108  Elizabeth Pond
        1960, 64, 68-9, 81, 83

47  Beekman H. Pool (re Century)
        1969

47  Daniel S. Poor (re Century)
        1969

27  John Popham
        1964

108  Henry Popkin
        1983

68, 74  Population (assorted groups)
        1973-4

91  Portraits of Power
        1978-9

52  Arlene Posner (National Committee on US-China Relations)
        1970

18  Samuel Post (Belmont Preductions)
        1961

38, 42, 47, 52, 57  Jacob S. Potofsky
        1967-71

18, 27  Frederick A. Praeger, Inc.
        1960-1, 64

123, 128, 131  Prairie Viking Films
        1989, 91-2

47  Betty A. Prashker (Doubleday)
        1969

18  Eliot D. Pratt (Current)
        1960

47, 52, 57, 78, 91, 100, 108, 121, 128, 131  Norman Precoda
        1969-71, 75, 78-9, 81, 83, 88, 91-2

78  Peter S. Prescott (re Century)
        1975

87  William Prickett
        1977

62, 68, 74  Princeton
        1972-4

117  Mort Proctor (Stars and Stripes)
        1986

68, 87, 91  The Progressive
        1973, 77-9

100  Project Censored
        1981

74  Eleanor Prouty (Readers Digest)
        1974

91  Peter Prugh
        1978-9

96  Pu Chao-min
        1980

82  Pugwash Conferences on Scienc and World Affairs
        1976

123, 128  Pulitzer Prizes (subject)
        1989, 91

22  James Putnam (PEN)
        1962-3

57, 62, 96, 108  G. P. Putnam's Sons
        1971-2, 80, 83

18  Pyramid Books
        1960

52, 62, 68, 74, 82, 87  Quadrangle Books
        1970, 72-4, 76-7

87, 96  RAI (Italian television)
        1977, 80

68, 78  Radio Free Europe
        1973, 75

34, 57, 62  Radio Liberty Committee
        1966, 71-2

42  Majid Rahnema (Iranian Minister of Science and Higher Education)
        1968

117, 128  Howell Raines
        1986, 91

132  Ellen Ramhorst (re China -- photos, etc.)
        1992

119, 123, 132  Curtis Rand
        1987, 89, 92

119  Ellen Rand
        1987

136  Peter Rand
        1993

117, 119, 126, 132  Richard (Dicky) Rand
        1986-7, 90, 92

119  Susan Rand
        1987

14  Rand McNally
        1955

18, 62, 78, 87, 91, 108, 117  Random House
        1961, 72, 75, 77-9, 83, 86

57  Rep. Charles Rangell (NT)
        1971

42  Joseph Ratuszny (U. of Chicago Press)
        1968

23  Beverly Ravitch (Grove Press)
        1962-3

74  Gordon Ray
        1974

87  Sonja Ray
        1977

23  Anne M. Read (Simon and Schuster)
        1962-3

68, 74, 100, 108, 136  Readers Digest
        1973-4, 81, 83, 93

57  Thetis Reavis (Foreign Policy Assoc.)
        1971

78  Red Cross
        1975

57  Barrett M. Reed (USIA)
        1971

132  Kit Reed
        1992

136  Richard L. Reed
        1993

100  Samuel P. Reed
        1981

121  Robert Rees (re US-China Writers Conference)
        1988

14  Soren P. Rees
        1920s

23  Regional Plan Association
        1962-3

14, 15, 16, 18, 23, 27, 31, 34, 38, 42  Gabriel Reiner
        1955, 58-68

27  Alan Reitman (ACLU)
        1964

126, 136, 139  David Remnick
        1990, 93, 93*

38, 42, 47, 52  Gail Rentsch
        1967-70

78, 132, 136, 139  Ruben Reseen
        1975, 92-3, 93*

47, 52  James Reston (memo-- photocopy, letter to )
        1969-70

14  Bernard Reswick
        1956

78, 132  Reuters
        1975, 92

47  John Reynolds (BBC)
        1969

139  Rhode Island
        1993*

47  Barbara A. Rice (PEN)
        1969

34, 38  Harvey M. Rice (Macalaster College)
        1966-7

57  Walter L. Rice
        1971

119  Frank Rich
        1987

47, 57, 62  Steve Richards (Mott Foundation)
        1969, 71-2

14, 27, 78  Stewart Richardson
        1957, 64, 75

104  Hyman Rickover (letter to)
        1982

82  Denise Rithner
        1976

14, 15  B. A. Rittersporn
        1955, 58

136  Geraldo Rivera
        1993

117  Oscar Garcia-Rivera
        1986

38  Henry Robbins (Farrar, Straus and Giroux)
        1967

74, 78  Anne Roberts (Sidgwick and Jackson)
        1974-5

27, 38, 74, 78, 87, 96, 100  Cecil Roberts (Mrs David)
        1964, 67, 74-5, 77, 80-1

128  Cecil Roberts Collection
        1991

68, 91, 96, 119, 126  Gene Roberts
        1973, 78-80, 87, 90

38, 42, 78, 108, 132  Nan Robertson
        1967-8, 75, 83, 92

108  Paul Robeson, Jr.
        1983

16, 78  John Robling (National Library Week)
        1959, 75

62  David Rockefeller (copy)
        see Council on Foreign Relations
        1972

57  Nelson A. Rockefeller (office of)
        1971

136  Rockefeller Foundation
        1993

15, 23, 27, 31, 47  Arthur Rogers
        1958, 62-5, 69

34  James T. Rogers (Scientific American)
        1966

82  Rolling Stone
        1976

34  Carlos P. Romulo (Inst. on Man and Science)
        1966

62  Chester Ronning
        1972

91, 96, 121  Nikita Roodkowsky
        1978-80, 88

42, 57  Robert V. Roosa
        1968, 71

34  Franklin Delano Roosevelt III
        1966

128  Robert Roos
        1991

108, 121  John Mccook Roots
        1983, 88

23  J. De Menzas Rosa (Portuguese Charge d'Affaires)
        1962-3

119  Allen Rosenberg
        1987

82  Roger Rosenblatt (New Republic)
        1976

82  Simon Rosenblum
        1976

74, 78, 82, 87, 100, 104  A. M. Rosenthal
        1974-7, 81-2

38  Benjamin S. Rosenthal (Americans for Democratic Action)
        1967

38  Madeline D. Ross (Overseas Press Club)
        1967

82, 96, 100  Nancy Wilson Ross
        1976, 80-1

119  Rosina Rossire
        1987

16  Eugene Rostow
        1959

91  Theodore Roszak
        1978-9

14, 23, 27, 34, 38, 42, 52, 62, 68  Gordon Roth
        1920s, 1962-4, 66-8, 70, 72-3

96, 104, 119  Kit Roth (Mrs. Gordon)
        1980, 82, 87

104  Philip Roth (letter to)
        1982

91  Round Table
        1978-9

57  Walter F. Rowen (Radio Liberty)
        1971

18, 23, 27, 31, 34, 38, 42, 47, 52, 108  Betty Royon
        1960-70, 83

38, 42  Vermont Royster (Wall Street Journal )
        1967-8

100  Mikhail Mikhailovich Rozanov
        1981

100, 136  Joshua Rubenstein (Amnesty International)
        1981, 93

47  Morris Rubin
        1969

136  Susan Rubinyi-Anderson
        1993

47  Zelia P. Ruebhausen (Council on Foreign Relations)
        1969

82  Muriel Rukeyser
        1976

31  Myron Rush
        1965

87  William Rusher (re Century)
        1977

74  George Russ (Houghton Mifflin)
        1974

74  Charles W. Russell
        1974

132, 136  Russia (subject)
        1992-3

117  Russian Research Center
        1986

100  Russian Review
        1981

62, 68  Cornelius Ryan
        1972-3

82  Geoffrey Ryan (Index on Censorship)
        1976

87  J. Randolph Ryan
        1977

108  William A. Ryan
        1983

23  Morton Ryweck (SANE)
        1962-3

14, 16, 18, 23, 28, 38, 43, 47, 52, 57, 79, 104  George Sabo (Slavic Books)
        1957, 59, 61-2, 64, 67-71, 75, 82

104  St. Martin's Press
        1982

100  St. Sergius High School
        1981

43, 57  William Safire (letters to)
        1968, 71

62, 69, 87  Andrei Dmitrievich Sakharov (subject)
        1972-3, 77

23, 28, 34, 38, 43, 47, 52, 57, 62, 69, 74  Almus Salcius (American-Lithuanian Foundation)
        1962-4, 66-74

23, 28, 34, 47  Pierre Salinger (letters to)
        1962-4, 66, 69

43, 47, 62, 79, 87  Anthony Salisbury
        1968-9, 72, 75, 77

14, 18, 139  Grant Salisbury
        1955, 60, 93*

96, 100, 104, 139  Gretchen Salisbury (Congdon and Lattes)
        1980-2, 93*

139  Janet Salisbury
        1993*

57  Laurence Salisbury
        1971

43, 47  Leah Salisbury (letters to)
        1968-9

139  Michael Salisbury
        1993*

28, 38  Philip Salisbury
        1964, 67

129  Robert Salisbury
        1991

62  Antonis Samarakis
        1972

38, 47  Howard D. Samuel
        1967, 69

57  Tobi Sanders (Bantam)
        1971

57  Ellis Sandoz
        1971

108  SANE
        1983

15, 18  Elliott M. Sanger (WQXR)
        1958, 60

83  Joan B. Sanger (Simon and Schuster)
        1976

31  Paul Sanker (Radio Liberty)
        1965

79  Frank Santucci
        1975

126, 136, 139  Vincent Sardi
        1990, 93, 93*

28, 34, 43  Dwight Sargent
        1964, 66, 68

28, 34, 47, 52, 112, 117  Howland Sargent (Radio Liberty Committee)
        1964, 66, 69-70, 84, 86

23  Mrs. F. Porter Sargent
        1962

38  John T. Sargent (Corr. Fund, Overseas Press Club)
        1967

119  Adele Sarkissian
        1987

31  Miriam Versh Sarzin
        1965

136  Saturday Evening Post
        1993

74, 79, 96  Saturday Review
        1974-5, 80

57, 62  Saturday Review Press
        1971-2

79  Amb. John Scali
        1975

119  Henry Scammel
        1987

62, 74  Michael Scammel
        1972, 74

74, 79, 83, 87, 96, 115  Carroll S. Schacht
        1974-7, 80, 85

31, 34  Cornelia Schaeffer (Atheneum)
        1965-6

23, 28, 31, 43, 47, 69, 74, 108, 126  Arville Schaleben
        1962-5, 68-9, 73-4, 83, 90

100  Sydney Schanberg
        1981

34  Mrs. Orville H. Schell (SANE)
        1966

16, 31, 38  Henry Scherman (Book-of-the-Month Club)
        1959, 65, 67

34  Rep. James K. Scheuer
        1966

34, 43, 47, 52, 57, 104, 126, 132  Andre Schiffrin
        1966, 68-71, 82, 90, 92

92  Warner Schilling
        1978-9

139  Alexandra Schlesinger (Mrs. Arthur?)
        1993*

47, 52, 121  Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr. (letter to, office of)
        1969-70, 88

96, 100  Stephen Schlesinger
        1980-1

100, 104, 108  Kurt Schmeller (Queens Colege Port of Entry Program)
        1981-83

57  Serge Schmemann
        1971

15  Oscar Schnabel (New Leader)
        1958

52, 57  Carol Schneider (Praeger)
        1970-1

100, 104, 108, 117, 119, 126, 139  David Schneiderman
        1981-83, 86-7, 90, 93*

28, 31, 38, 47  Ned Schnurman (Channel 13)
        1964-5, 67, 69

38, 47, 57, 62, 79, 83, 92, 96, 104, 108, 112, 117, 119, 121, 124, 126, 129, 132, 139  Nordau Schoenberg
        1967, 69, 71-2, 75-6, 78-80, 82-4, 86-92, 93*

57  E. Preston Schoyer
        1971

69  Peter Schrag (Saturday Review)
        1973

23, 31, 43, 52, 57, 62, 69, 92, 121  Ethel Schroeder
        1963, 65, 68, 70-3, 78-9, 88

87  Franz Schurmann
        1977

47, 69, 83, 87, 92, 96, 108, 117, 126, 139  Alan U. Schwartz
        1969, 73, 76-80, 83, 86, 90, 93*

79, 96, 100, 117  Paula Schwartz (Mrs. Alan)
        1975, 80-1, 86

136  Peter Schwed
        1993

28  Joyce Schwenke (Lippincott)
        1964

28  David H. Scott (McGraw-Hill)
        1964

69  Sen. Hugh Scott
        1973

74  John Scott (E. Eur. Pub. Exch. Fund)
        1974

52, 96  Herbert Scoville, Jr.
        1970, 80

117  Pete Scoville (memorial)
        1986

132  Scoville Memorial Library Assoc.
        1992

96  Screen Presentations
        1980

31, 34, 47, 52, 57, 62, 69, 74, 79, 83, 92, 96, 100, 104, 108, 112, 115, 117, 119, 126  Helene Scriabine
        1965-6, 69-76, 78-83, 86-7, 90

92, 121  Scribners
        1978-9, 88

18, 31, 34, 47, 96  Townsend Scudder
        1960-1, 65-6, 69, 80

38, 43, 47, 52, 100  William R. Sears
        1967-70, 81

115  Richard Seaver
        1985

62  Secker and Warburg
        1972

96, 100  Second Street Films
        1980-1

117, 129, 132, 136  Carolyn See and John Espey
        1986, 91-3

92, 126  Jonathan Segal (Simon and Schuster, Knopf)
        1978-9, 90

23  Mr. and Mrs Eustace Seligman (invitation)
        1962

96, 100  Robert A. Sellery, Jr. (Inst. on Man and Science)
        1980-1

124  Robert Semple
        1989

74, 87, 92  Galina Serebriakova
        1974, 77-9, undated

52, 57  Victor Seroff (Dial Press)
        1970-1

57, 74, 79, 87, 92, 96, 104, 139  John S. Service
        1971, 74-5, 77-80, 82, 93*

79, 112, 132  Caroline Service (Mrs. John)
        1975, 84, 92

121  Catherine Seymour (Mrs. Whitney North, Jr)
        1988

15, 28  R. W. Shackford
        1958, 64

87, 92  Maurice Shainberg
        1977-9

115  Regina Shamvili
        1985

38, 74, 83  Henry Shapiro
        1967, 74, 76

121  Herbert Shapiro
        1988

18, 23, 34, 38  Nathan Shapiro
        1961-3, 66-7

31, 34, 38, 43  Selma Shapiro (Pantheon, Random House)
        1965-8

31  William E. Shapiro
        1965

57  Nougzar Sharia (Radio Liberty)
        1971

47  Robert Sharlet
        1969

43  Myron Sharpe
        1968

38, 43, 57  Bruno Shaw
        1967-8, 71

79  Rodney Shaw (Population Inst.)
        1975

96  William Shawcross (re Sihanouk)
        1980

16  Vincent Sheean
        1959

38, 47, 69, 74, 79, 83, 92, 96, 108, 112, 121, 126, 129, 132, 139  Neil Sheehan
        1967, 69, 73-6, 78-80, 83-4, 88, 90-92, 93*

74, 83, 92, 100, 108, 117, 132  Susan Sheehan
        1974, 76, 78-9, 81, 83, 86, 92

69  Gail Sheehy
        1973

47  Frederick Sheffield (re Century)
        1969

23, 74  David Shefrin (ABC News)
        1963, 74

124, 129, 132, 136, 139  Walter A. Sheldon
        1989, 91-3, 93*

112  Margaret Wheeler Shengold (re Crawford Wheeler)
        1984

79  Ronbert Shenton
        1975

132  Sheremetev (subject)
        1992

14, 15, 16, 18, 23, 31, 34, 43, 47, 87  Mary Sheridan
        1957-9, 61-2, 65-6, 68-9, 77

28, 34, 38, 43, 52, 57  Robert Sherrod
        1964, 66-8, 70-1

87  Jerome Shestack
        1977

87, 92, 119  David K. Shipler
        1977-9, 87

117  William Shirer (copy) -- see Alan Schwartz
        1986

23, 28, 38, 43, 47, 52, 62, 69  Anatole Shub
        1963-4, 67-70, 72-3

38, 47, 52, 57, 62, 87, 96, 100, 108, 112, 117, 121, 139  Elizabeth Shub
        1967, 69-72, 77, 80-1, 83-4, 86, 88, 93*

38  Helen Shugg (Mrs. Roger)
        1967

23, 34, 47  Roger W. Shugg
        1962, 66, 69

139  Colette Shulman (Mrs. Marshall)
        1993*

23, 57, 62, 92, 112  Marshall D. Shulman
        1963, 71-2, 78-9, 84

38  Al Shuster (Nieman Foundation)
        1967

117, 119, 121, 124  Jacqueline Siapno
        1986-89

69, 74  Sidgwick and Jackson
        1973-4

52, 57, 79  Elizabeth Sifton
        1970-1, 75

92  Norodom Sihanouk (letter to)
        1978-9

119  Sikkim Cultural Foundation
        1987

79  Sikkim, Friends of
        1975

18  Igor Sikorsky (Tolstoy Foundation)
        1960

83  James Silberman (Random House)
        1976

100  Leonard Silk
        1981

18  Roberta Silman (Saturday Review)
        1960

74  Al Silverman (Book-of-the-Month Club)
        1974

83  R. B. Silvers (New York Review of Books )
        1976

126  Nina Simonds
        1990

112  Adele Simons
        1984

96  Alex Simmons
        1980

28  Charles Simon (Salomon Bros, NYSE)
        1964

23, 87  Eliav Simon (UPI)
        1962, 77

43  Joan Simon (Authors Guild)
        1968

38  John J. Simon (Random House)
        1967

15, 28  Robert Simon
        1958, 64

47, 62, 69, 100, 104, 132  Simon and Schuster
        1969, 72-3, 81-2, 92

132  Alexei Simonov
        1992

15  Hans Simons (New School for Social Research)
        1958

18  Albert Sims (Institute for International Education)
        1960

136  Andrei Siniavskii
        1993

47  Dennis Sinor (Mongolia Society)
        1969

14, 23, 28, 34, 38, 47, 52  Harry Sions
        1955, 62, 64, 66-7, 69-70

69  Louise Sions (Mrs. Harry)
        1973

23, 52, 83, 108  Claude Sitton
        1962, 70, 76, 83

28, 38  Howard Skidmore
        1964, 67

16, 18, 23  Carlton Skinner
        1959-60, 62

136  Elena Skriabina (Skrjabina)
        See Helene Scriabine
        1993

87, 92, 96  Slavic Review
        1977-80

23  Alfred V. Sloan, Jr.
        1962

108  W. Evan Sloane
        1983

74  Edward Ellis Smith
        1974

47, 74, 79, 83, 139  Hedrick (Rick) Smith
        1969, 74-6, 93*

52, 69, 74, 79, 83, 87, 92, 96  Henry Smith (The Smiths of Moscow)
        1970, 73-80

23, 47  Homer Smith (Black Man in Red Russia)
        1963, 69

31  Gov. Hulett C. Smith (WV)
        1965

83, 108, 129, 132, 136, 139  Liz Smith
        1976, 83, 91-3, 93*

69  Martin Cruz Smith
        1973

136  William Jay Smith
        1993

108  Smithsonian (re S. Frederick Starr)
        1983

115, 117, 119  Bohuslav Snajder
        1985-87

43, 47  C. P. Snow (letters to)
        1968-9

52  Edgar Snow (letters to)
        1970

136  Edgar Snow Memorial Foundation
        1993

69, 100, 112  Helen Foster Snow
        1973, 81, 84

100  Lady Snow (obituary, etc.)
        1981

62, 112  Lois Snow (Mrs. Edgar)
        1972, 84

92, 104  Philip Snow
        1978-9, 82

47  Gary Snyder
        1969

38  Societies for the Family of Man
        1967

83, 104, 108, 112, 129, 132  Society of American Historians
        1976, 82-4, 91-2

74  Mladen Soic
        1974

14, 18, 23, 28, 31, 52  Boris Sokoloff
        1955, 60, 63-5, 70

96  Ted Solotaroff (Harper & Row)
        1980

96, 100, 104, 119  Vladimir Solovyov and Elena Klepikova
        1980-2, 87

18, 23  Martin Sommers (Saturday Evening Post)
        1960, 62

121  Susan Sontag (copy)
        1988

136  Soong Ching Ling
        1993

136, 139  Soong Ching Ling Fondation
        1993, 93*

124, 132  Soros Foundation
        1989, 92

23, 28, 47, 52, 57, 69, 83, 87, 119, 126, 139  Gene Sosin (Radio Liberty)
        1962, 64, 69-71, 73, 76-7, 87, 90, 93*

31, 38, 52, 100  Lauren K. Soth
        1965, 67, 70, 81

96  Southern Illinois University Press
        1980

112  Michael Sovern
        1984

117  Ann Sperber
        1986

43, 47  Frieda J. Spiller (Curtis Brown)
        1968-9

23  Gary Spokes (SANE)
        1962

74  Leroy Stahl
        1974

132  Stallin (HBO special)
        1992

16, 18, 23, 28, 31, 34, 47, 92  Boris M. Stanfield
        1959-61, 63-6, 69, 78-9

104, 124, 126, 132  Margaret Stanley
        1982, 89-90, 92

136  Stanley Foundation
        1993

43  Frank Stanton (US Advisory Committee on Information)
        1968

57  Eugene S. Staples (Ford Foundation)
        1971

87  Winnie Stark
        1977

15  John Starr (McGraw-Hill)
        1958

92, 96, 108, 112, 124  S. Frederick Starr
        1978-80, 83-4, 89

92  Harold Stassen (subject)
        1978-9

119  State Historical Societ of WI
        1987

119, 139  Jean Stein
        1987, 93*

69  Dieter Steiner (Stern)
        1973

108, 112  Stan Steiner
        1983-4

136  Sterling Publishing
        1993

83  Betsy Sternberg
        1976

69  Adlai Stevenson Papers
        1973

28, 43, 57  James Stewart-Gordon (Readers Digest)
        1964, 68, 71

104  Walter J. Stoessel, Jr. (Dep. Sec. of State)
        1982

47, 52  John Stoessinger (UN)
        1969-70

117  Muriel Stokes
        1986

52, 62, 69, 92  Jeremy Stone
        1970, 72-3, 78-9

31  Shepard Stone (Ford Foundation)
        1965

38  James J. Storrow, Jr. (The Nation)
        1967

136  Rex Stout
        1993

62  Gladys Guggenheim Straus (Mrs. Roger)
        1972

121  Donald B. Straus (re Council on Foreign Relations)
        1988

47, 52, 57, 62, 104  Roger W. Straus
        1969-72, 82

34, 43  Harold Strauss (Knopf)
        1966, 68

31, 34  Stravon Publishers
        1965-6

52  Anna Louise Strong (subject)
        1970

52  John Strong and Robbin Strong (re Anna Louise)
        1970

96  Tracy B. Strong (re Anna Louise)
        1980

62, 74, 126  Rose Styron (Mrs. William)
        1972, 74, 90

62  Su Sun (re Soong Ching Ling)
        1972

83, 92, 100, 108, 121, 124, 126  J.-C. Suares
        1976, 78-9, 81, 83, 88-90


Magazines

115  Success (magazine)
        1985

121, 124  Walter Sullivan
        1988-9

57, 69  Arthur Ochs Sulzberger (xerox memo)
        1971, 73

100, 139  Arthur Ochs Sulzberger, Jr. (Mr. and Mrs.)
        1981, 1993*

74  Carol Sulzberger (Mrs. Arthur O.)
        1974

47  C. L. Sulzberger (letter to)
        1969

132  David Sulzberger
        1992

47, 79  Iphigene Ochs Sulzberger (Mrs. Arthur H.) (letter to-- photocopy)
        1969, 75

57, 74, 83  Anthony Summers (BBC)
        1971, 74, 76

92  Sun, Soong Ching Ling (Mme. Sun Yat-sen) (letter to)
        1978-9

23, 28  David Susskind
        1963-4

23, 28, 43  Elizabeth Sutherland (Simon and Schuster)
        1962-4, 68

132  Han Suyin
        1992

74, 83, 96, 117  Howard Swearer (Harvard Visiting Comm.)
        1974, 76, 80, 86

74  Sweden
        1974

132  Swedish Academy
        1992

69  Swedish Embassy
        1973

28, 38, 43  Eric P. Swenson
        1964, 67-8

112  George Swiers (Vietnam Veterans of America)
        1984

34, 139  John Temple Swing
        1966, 93*

18, 28, 38, 43, 52  Stanley M. Swinton
        1960, 64, 67-8, 70

15  Herbert Bayard Swope (family of)
        1958

96  Thomas Synnott
        1980

47  Raymond Szabo (C&O RR)
        1969

92, 96, 100, 108, 121, 136  Jim and Chris Szili
        1978-81, 83, 88, 93

121  Strobe Talbott
        1988

34, 48, 96, 101, 129, 132, 140  Gay Talese
        1966, 69, 80-1, 91-2, 93*

132  Nan Talese
        1992

48  Truman M. Talley (Weybright and Talley)
        1969

28, 31, 34, 39, 43, 48  Henry Tanner
        1964-9

88, 92, 96, 105  Pat Tapp
        1977-80, 82

15, 28, 31, 39, 48, 53, 63, 69, 79, 83, 88  Alexandre Tarsaidze
        1958, 64-5, 67, 69-70, 72-3, 75-7

31  TASS
        1965

28, 31, 43, 63, 101  Roger Tatarian (UPI)
        1964-5, 68, 72, 81

109  Michel Tatu
        1983

101  William Taubman
        1981

34  Frank E. Taylor (McGraw-Hill)
        1966

96, 124, 129  Sally Taylor
        1980, 89, 91

92  Telford Taylor
        1978-9

28, 39, 53, 58  Judd L. Teller
        1964, 67, 70-1

58  Victor Temkin (Bantam)
        1971

124  Frances Tenenbaum (Houghton Mifflin)
        1989

43  Leonard Tennyson (The European Community)
        1968

48, 126, 140  Studs Terkel
        1969, 90, 93*

96, 132, 140  Ross Terrill
        1980, 92, 93*

136  Thailand, Royal Thai Embassy
        1993

126  Thames TV
        1990

48  Harry E. T. Thayer (State Dept., Asian Communist Affairs)
        1969

63, 69  Theatre for Ideas
        1972-3

119, 129  Athan Theoharis
        1987, 91

124  Louisa Theron (Council on Foreign Relations)
        1989

79, 88, 92, 96, 112  Werner Thiers (Mazomanie [WI] Historical Society)
        1975, 77-80, 84

24  This Month
        1962-3

43  Cecil Thomas (National Committee on US-China Relations)
        1968

14, 16, 18, 24, 28, 31, 34, 39, 43, 48, 53, 58, 63, 75, 83, 88, 92, 105, 115, 117, 126, 140  Evan Thomas
        1955, 59-72, 74, 76-9, 82, 85-6, 90, 93*

83  Evan W. Thomas
        1976

136  Lowell Thomas
        Copy
        1993

18  Norman Thomas
        1960

28  Mims Thomason (Pres, UPI)
        1964

105, 109  Edward W. Thompson
        1982-3

92  Hunter S. Thompson
        1978-9,

92, 96, 109, 117  Kenneth W. Thompson
        1978-80, 83, 86

18, 43, 48  Ralph Thompson
        1960, 68-9

79  James C. Thomson (Nieman Foundation)
        1975

34  Phintso Thonden (Office of Tibet)
        1966

63, 83, 92  Ludmilla Thorne
        1972, 76, 78-9

126  Thunder's Mouth Press (assorted materials)
        1990

48, 58, 63, 79, 88, 109  Times Literary Supplement (letters to)
        1969, 71-2, 75, 77, 83

39  Richard L. Tobin (Saturday Review )
        1967

53  Albert Todd (re Yevtushenko)
        1970

53, 58, 69, 75, 79, 83, 88, 92  Regina Todd
        1970-1, 73-9

92  Helen Toigo
        1978-9

58, 63, 69, 75, 79  John Toigo
        1971-5

75  Rudolf Tokes
        1974

75, 115, 132  Tolstoy Foundation
        1974, 85, 92

28, 31, 34, 58, 63, 83, 132, 140  Seymour Topping
        1964-6, 71-2, 76, 92, 93*

109  Judge Edwin Torres
        1983

119  Hiram Torres
        1987

31, 34, 39, 48, 53, 58  James V. Toscano
        1965-7, 69-71

24  Samuel A. Tower
        1962-3

63, 88, 92, 96, 101, 109  Amor Towles
        1972, 77-81, 83

96  Tran Tuong Nhu
        1980

136  Tran Van Dinh
        1993

79, 83  Transaction, Inc.
        1975-6

28, 48, 53  John C. Traphagen
        1964, 69-70

96  Donald W. Treadgold
        1980

75  Trilateral Commission
        1974

101, 105, 140  Garry Trudeau and Jane Pauley
        1981-2, 93*

63, 69  Harry S Truman (family of)
        1972-3

129  Barbara Tuchman (eulogy)
        1991

31, 39, 43, 48, 105  Robert C. Tucker
        1965,67-9, 82

101  Ruth Turkow-Kaminska
        1981

75  Gordon Turner
        1974

39  Sandra Turner (Esquire)
        1967

136  Stansfield Turner
        1993

39, 43, 48, 121, 124, 129, 136, 140  Wallace Turner
        1967-9, 88-9, 91, 93, 93*

75, 105, 117, 119, 132  TV Guide
        1974, 82, 86-7, 92

88  Twentieth-Century Fund
        1977

132  United Nations (open letters to)
        1992

105  UNESCO
        1982

18, 69  UN We Believe
        1961, 73

124  USA Today
        1989

39  Alan Ullman (Book-of-the-Month Club)
        1967

101  Universe Publishers (re Elizabeth Pond)
        1981

79, 92, 129  University of Chicago Press
        1975, 78-9, 91

79  University of Connecticut
        1975

88  University of Illinois
        1977

83  University of Miami
        1976

92, 132  University of Minnesota
        1978-9, 92

83  University of Virginia Student Legal Forum
        1976

136  University of Washington
        1993

18  Marion Urry
        1960

136  US Advisory Committee on Information
        1993

136  US Arms Control and Disarmament Agency
        1993

136  US Chamber of Commerce
        1993

75, 92  US-China Peoples Friendship Assoc.
        1974, 78-9

136  US-China Writers Conference
        1993

18, 63, 69, 75, 132  USIA
        1961, 72-4, 92

136  US-Russian Writers Conference
        1993

24  USSR embassy
        1963

48, 53, 83  Tokuma Utsonomiya (Japanese MP)
        1969-70, 76

58  Jack Valenti
        1971

88  Elizabeth Valkenier
        1977

63  Cyrus Vance (copy)
        1972

53, 58  Jean Vanden Heuvel
        1970-1

119  Katrina vanden Heuvel
        1987

58  Laurens van der Post (letter to, copies)
        1971

129  Vanity Fair
        1991

117  Vantage Press
        1986

79  Stuyvesant Van Veen (Nat'l. Inst. of Arts and Letters)
        1975

15, 88  George Vassilchikov (U.N.)
        1958, 77

31, 43, 58, 75, 79, 83, 88, 92, 101, 109, 115, 136, 140  Samuel Vaughan
        1965, 68, 71, 74-9, 81, 83, 85, 93, 93*

34  Roger Vaurs (French Embassy)
        1966

15, 34, 58, 63  Ivan Veit
        1958, 1966, 71-2

88, 101, 109, 115  Anatoly Verbitsky
        1977, 81, 83, 85

28  Diane Verdayne (office of Hans Heineman)
        1964

24, 28, 31  Miriam Versh
        1962-5

117, 119, 121  Louise H. Vidaud
        1986-88

132  Vietmam (subject)
        1992

112  Viking Press
        1984

75, 79, 92, 117  Village Voice
        1974-5, 78-9, 86

63, 69  Virginia, University of, Student Legal Forum
        1972-3

119, 126  Carol Vogel
        1987, 90

39  Ezra Vogel (et al --National Committee on US-China Relations)
        1967

109  Voice of America
        1983

88, 92, 97, 101, 105, 109, 115, 119, 121, 126, 132, 136  Solomon and Marianna Volkov
        1977-83, 85, 87-8, 90, 92-3

132  Andrei Vosnesenskii (subject)
        1992

43  James Voss (American Academy of Arts and Sciences)
        1968

24  Fred Wagner (Harper and Row)
        1962-3

16, 28, 43  Dan Wakefield
        1959, 64, 68

39, 58, 63, 70, 79, 83, 101  Jean Wakeland
        1967, 71-3, 75-6, 81

43  Adam Walinsky (office of R. F. Kennedy)
        1968

88, 93, 115, 124, 140  Beth Bready Walker
        1977-9, 85, 89, 93*

140  Ramsey Walker
        1993*

136  Samuel S. Walker
        1993

75, 119, 129, 132, 136  Walker and Co.
        1974, 87, 91-3

31, 34, 58, 63  DeWitt Wallace
        1965-6, 71-2

43  George Wallace (subject)
        1968

24, 28, 39, 88, 97  Thomas C. Wallace
        1962-4, 67, 77, 80

136  Raoul Wallenberg
        1993

16, 39, 79, 88, 112, 117, 119  Russ Waller
        1959, 67, 75, 77, 84, 86-7

48, 53, 58, 70, 75, 79, 88, 109  Theodore Waller (Grolier)
        1969-71, 73-5, 77, 83

97, 109  Frank Wallick (UAW Washington Report)
        1980, 83

58, 75  Maureen Walters
        1971, 74

63, 70  Donald Wandrei
        1972-3

79  War and Peace Report
        1975

43, 48, 58  Frederick Warburg (letters to)
        1968-9, 71

39, 53  Martin Secker and Warburg
        1967, 70

101  Geoffrey C. Ward (American Heritage)
        1981

53  John Ware (Doubleday)
        1970

119, 121  Carl Warmington
        1987-8

58, 83, 121, 140  Grace Kennan Warnecke
        1971, 76, 88, 93*

132  Ian Warner
        1992

132, 140  Silas Warner
        1992, 93*

119, 124  Paul Warnke
        1987, 89

53, 58  Francis Warner
        1970-1

14, 15, 16, 18, 24, 43, 121, 132  Abbot Washburn (USIA)
        1955, 58-60, 62-3, 68, 88, 92

14, 63  John Nelson Washburn
        1955, 72

43  A. Michael Washburn (Fund for Education in World Order)
        1968

93  Washburn Gallery
        1978-9

63  Washington Papers
        1972

63, 83  Kira Petrovskaya Wayne
        1972, 76

93  Albert Weeks
        1978-9

88, 93  Fred B. Weiner
        1977-9

34, 43  Harold Weisberg (re assassinations)
        1966, 68

48  Jerome Weisner (MIT)
        1969

101  Dean Faulkner Wells (Yoknapatawpha Press)
        1981

101  Jay Wells
        1981

136  Jann Wenner
        1993

24, 28, 31, 34, 43, 48  Alexander (Alec) Werth
        1962-6, 68-9

58, 105  Aline Werth (Mrs. Alec)
        1971, 82

79  Diane Wesley (Encyclopedia Britannica)
        1975

93  Anne Wexler (White House)
        1978-9

43  Victor Weybright (Weybright and Talley)
        1968

93, 101  John M. Whalen
        1978-9, 81

15, 18, 24, 28, 39, 43, 79, 83, 88, 93  Crawford Wheeler
        1958, 60, 62-4, 67-8, 75-9

112  John Wheeler
        1984

58, 70  Sir John Wheeler-Bennett
        1971, 73

75  Morgan Wheelock
        1974

53, 93  Joseph G. Whelan (LC)
        1970, 78-9

18  Julia Proctor White
        1960

58, 75  Theodore H. White (copies)
        1971, 74

112  White House
        1984

136  White House Conference on Children
        1993

93, 105, 109, 112, 115, 117  Alden Whitman
        1978-9, 82-6

31  John Hay Whitney (re Century)
        1965

16, 24, 31, 34, 39, 43, 58, 63, 73, 75, 79, 83, 88, 93, 97, 101, 105, 109, 129, 132, 136  Thomas P. Whitney
        1959, 62-3, 65-8, 71-83, 91-3

115  Mrs. T. P. Whitney
        1985

58, 63, 75, 79, 83, 97, 101, 109, 129, 132, 136  Whitney Foundation
        1971-2, 74-6, 80-1, 83, 91-3

83  Who's Who in America
        1976

112  Charlews Z. Wick
        1984

34, 39, 140  Thomas G. Wicker
        1966-7, 93*

93  Jim Wilcox (Doubleday)
        1978-9

109  John Noble Wilford
        1983

105  Roger Wilkins (subject)
        1982

15, 39  John C. Willey (William Morrow and Co.,)
        1958, 67

53  Harold S. Williams (Institute on Man and Science)
        1970

105  Hugh Wilson
        1982

119  Kenneth Wilson (Century )
        1987

39, 53, 58, 63, 70, 79, 83  Norman H. Wilson
        1967, 70-3, 75-6

75  Claire Wilson (Mrs. Norman)
        1974

79  Patricia Wilson
        1975

48, 53, 58, 63, 70, 75, 79, 83  Wiltwyck School for Boys
        1969-76

115  Bill and Betty Winchester
        1985

88  Dilys Winn
        1977

48  Ella Winter
        1969

115, 124  Wisconsin Historical Society
        1985, 89

97  Roxanne Wittke
        1980

14, 15, 16, 18, 48  Charles Witzell
        1955, 58-60, 69

18  Harris L. Wofford, Jr
        1960

18, 28, 39, 93, 101, 112, 117, 132, 140  Thomas H. Wolf
        1960, 64, 67, 78-9, 81, 84, 86, 92, 93*

97  Wendy Wolf (Pantheon)
        1980

39  Helen Wolff (office of )
        1967

79  Rep. Lester A. Wolff
        1975

58  Rena Wolner (Bantam)
        1971

16  Arthur Wolsoncraft (Playbill )
        1959

24  William A. Wood (University of Chicago Press)
        1962-3

124  C. Vann Woodward
        1989

63  WOR (Martha Deane)
        1972

136  The Worker
        1993

88  World Environment Report
        1977

136  World Health Organization
        1993

43, 48, 58, 63, 70, 75, 88, 93, 97, 101, 109, 112, 117  World Press Institute
        1968-9, 71-4, 77-81, 83-4, 86

18  Al Wright (Saturday Evening Post )
        1960

105  Writers Digest Books
        1982

48  John Wulp (Readers Digest )
        1969

39, 83  M. S. Wyeth, Jr.
        1967, 76

63   (New York) Yankees
        1972

53, 63, 83  Daniel Yankelovich, Inc.
        1970, 72, 76

93, 97  Yao Wei
        1978-80

97  Morton Yarmon
        1980

14  Adm. H. E. Yarnell
        1955

83  Addie Yates (Mrs. Sidney R.)
        1976

63  Daniel Yergin
        1972

105  Yevgeni Yevtushenko (letter to)
        1982

48  Esther Yntema (Atlantic Monthly Press)
        1969

34, 58, 83, 101, 105, 109, 117, 126, 136, 140  Robert H. Yoakum
        1966, 71, 76, 81-3, 86, 90, 93, 93*

136  Yoknapatawpha Press
        1993

24  Will Yolen
        1962-3

79  Bruce Young (U. of Chicago Press)
        1975

117  Andrew Young (letter to)
        1986

18, 24, 28, 43, 48, 53, 58, 70, 101, 105, 109, 115, 126, 132, 140  Genevieve Young (Harper, Lippincott)
        1960-4, 68-71, 73, 81-3, 85, 90, 92, 93*

28  B. Loring Young
        1964

132, 140  M. Norvell Young (US-Russian Writers Conference)
        1992, 93*

24, 28, 53  Frederick T. C. Yu
        1962-4, 70

75  Yugoslav Information Center
        1974

53, 58, 75  S. C. Yuter
        1970-71, 74

43, 48, 58, 70  Jerrold Zacharias (MIT, re Sakharov)
        1968-9, 71, 73

93  Zahadi (Iranian Amb. to US)
        1978-9

136  Darryl Zanuck
        1993

15, 18, 28, 39, 70, 93  Edmund Zawacki
        1958, 60, 64, 67, 73, 78-9

101, 105, 140  Tom Zetterstrom
        1981-2, 93*

31, 119, 121, 124, 126, 129  Ata Zgoot
        1965, 87-91

129  Maxim Zhukov
        1991

79, 93, 97, 105  Yuri Zhukov (Pravda)
        1975, 78-80, 82

75, 83  Abbie Ziffren
        1974, 76

93  Bill Zimmerman
        1978-9

24  Howard Zinn
        1963

48, 53, 97  Arnold Zohn
        1969-70, 80

124  Amos Zubrow (Westview Press)
        1989

132  Anatol Zuckerman
        1992

15, 16  Leonard Zweig
        1958-9

39  Helene Zwerdling (Radio Liberty)
        1967


Authors' League

142 1 Authors' League
     Authors' Guild of Symposia
        1980-1981
        Bulletins, Financial Reports, Correspondence

142 9 Committee to Protect Journalists
     Correspondence
        1986-1993

143 2 Authors' League
     Statements, Correspondence, etc.
        Includes symposium
        1982

143 7 Inside Story
     Segment on media coverage of USSR
        PBS series on media
       Julia A. Whitney Fund
       Festival of Russian Culture, U. of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana, Fall 1983.
        Jun 1982-Mar 1983
        Correspondence, Notes

143 8 Committee to Protect Journalists
     Correspondence
        1981-1985


Pamphlets

144 3 Authors' League
     Pamphlets, Correspondence, etc.
        Some 'Forms' from other years
        1983

144 4 Authors' League
     Financial Report, Correspondence
        1984

144 5 Authors' League
     Correspondence
        Includes some material on copyright idea and law
        1985

144 6 Authors' League
     Financial Statement, Correspondence
        Includes Salisbury talk on copyright
        1985-1989

145 1 Khrushchev
     Mein Kampf
        Correspondence

145 2 China: 100 Years of Revolution
        Reviews

145 3 The Unknown War
        T.V. Show, Book, Reviews

145 4 Russia: Russia in Revolution
        Correspondence, Notes, Reviews

145 5 Without Fear or Favor
        Correspondence, Reviews

145 6 Without Fear or Favor
        Larry King show
        Correspondence, Notes

145 7 Without Fear or Favor
        Reviews

145 8 Without Fear or Favor
        Reviews


Black Night, White Snow

146 9 Black Night, White Snow
        Reviews

146 10 Black Night, White Snow
        Reviews

146 11 Black Night, White Snow
        Correspondence

146 12 Black Night, White Snow
        Correspondence

146 15 Concepts and research for starting morning LA and evening NYC newspapers
        1979
       


Articles

147 13 Esquire: Travels Around America
       Controversy re corporate sponsorship of journalism a la TV
        1976

147 14 The Gates of Hell
        pre and post-publication, outline, some edited chapters
        Correspondence, Reviews

148 16 Publicity relating to Salisbury
        Some relating to specific of Salisbury with Clark Clifford and James Reston Solo. One proof sheet includes of wife
        1980's
        Books, Photos, Proof Sheets

149 1 Whitney Foundation
     Financial Statement, Correspondence
       Includes grants to support projects related to Russian culture
        1982-1988

149 5 Whitney Foundation
     Tax Returns, Correspondence
        1983-1990

149 6 Whitney Foundation
     Minutes, Financial Records, Foundation Materials
        1984

149 7 Whitney Foundation
     Tax Returns, Statement of Investments, Correspondence
        1984-1992

149 8 Whitney Foundation
     FELS
        1977-1986
        Financial & Investment Statements, Tax Returns

149 9 Whitney Foundation
     Gogol Library
        Relating to recipient of Whitney Foundation grant
       

149 10 Whitney Foundation
     Bank records

150 2 Curtis Brown
     Book, Correspondence
        Regarding rights and contracts.
       Law Firm
        1986, 1987

150 3 Publishing Rights
        1992
        Correspondence

150 4 Publishing Rights
        Including copyright renewals
        1985-1992
        Correspondence

151 4 Royalties
        1990-1993
       

151 5 Royalties
        1986-1989
       

151 10 Without Fear or Favor
       New York Times 1969-1982
        Book, Contracts, Negotiations

151 11 Contracts, Book
        Including foreign rights
        1945-1972

151 12 Contracts, Book, Newspapers
        1963-1977

152 1 Correspondence
        re lectures
        1983-1993

152 2 Invitations, Professional Receptions, Meetings
        1992-1994

152 3 Receipts, Promotion
        1992

152 7 Travel and Trips
        1991-1993
        Expense Receipts, Reports, Correspondence

152 8 Travel
       Rome 1990
        Expenses

152 9 China Trip
        18 Aug-6 Nov, 1987
       

153 10 China: Black and Munro, Black Hands
        Lives in the Chinese Democracy Movement
        1976-1992
        Manuscripts

153 11 China:
       Committee for National Security re Persian Gulf situation
        Jan 1991

153 13 China Conference: U.S.-Chinese Writers Conference
        This is a biannual event, held alternately in the US and
       China
        Salisbury was a participant in 1988 and 1990
       Los Angeles 1984-1990
       

153 14 Fourth Chinese-U.S. Writers Conference
       Le Shan Sichuan Province April 1988
       

154 4 China:
       This file includes news about Chinese dissident Fang Lizhi, photographs, an envelope for the Institute of Mechanics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, and a Foreign Affairs article on Chinese-American relations.
       Some material is in Chinese.
        1985-1993

154 5 Chinese (M - Q)
        Includes poetry
        1970-1992
        Correspondence

154 6 Chinese (R - S)
        Includes photograph and material on Soong Ching Ling Foundation
       See also "Publicity" folder (Box 2-4, folder 16)
        1985-1993
        Correspondence

154 7 Chinese (T - W)
        Includes photographs
        1980-1993
        Correspondence

154 8 Chinese (X - Z)
        Includes photographs and newspaper clippings
        Correspondence

155 1 General Chinese (A-C )
        1977-1993
        Correspondence

155 2 General Chinese (D-G)
        Includes photos of Salisbury with unidentified others, both Chinese and Western
       Planning for Chinese film documentary on "The Americans"
       Articles on 1992 US defense budget
        1981-1992

155 3 Chinese (H-K)
        Includes book review
        1985-1992
        Correspondence

155 9 China:
        Boxer rebellion and Foundation Grigg on Sun Yat-sen
       One re Chiang Kai-Shek and new translation of Sun Tzu

155 12 General Chinese
        Includes photograph
        1976-1993
        Correspondence


CIA

157 3 CIA
     Carroll, Adler, Kennedy, Vietnam, Reston, Baker, Catledge Misc. [mostly New York Times people]
        1972-1979

156 1 CIA:
       Especially on CIA/journalism connections
        1976-1980

156 2 CIA:
       More on CIA /Journalism esp. New York Times
        1977-1979

156 10 Duranty, Walter
     Material on/by Aleister Crowley, apparently known to Duranty
       [New York Times Russia reporter, 1930s]

156 25 Cyrus L. Sulzburger
     General, with Salisbury New York Times foreign correspondent [nephew of A. H. Sulzburger]
        1956-1983

156 26 Cyrus L. Sulzburger
     Unpublished
        Book written to repudiate allegations, made in "Without Fear or Favor" and elsewhere, that Sulzburger was working for CIA
        1980
        Book

157 4 CIA
     Bay of Pigs
        re New York Times role/knowledge
        1978-1980
        Interview, Correspondence, Notes, Documents

157 5 Sam Brewer
     CIA
        Pope interview
        1950s-1979
        Interview, Notes, Copies of Documents

157 6 Catledge, Turner
     CIA
        CIA Germany 1954, later managing ed., New York Times
        Copies of Documents

157 7 Colby, William
             1974-1979

157 8 Crewdson, John
     Reporter, wrote on CIA domestic operations
        1976-1979

157 9 Diem Coup (CIA)
        1979

157 11 Elder, Walter
     CIA
        Former CIA employee
        1979
        Interview, Notes

157 13 Hersh, Cy [Seymour (Sy) Hersh]
     CIA:
       Other research and re Hersh research on CIA
        1979

157 14 McCone, John
     CIA
        Former CIA Director
        1979
        Interview, Correspondence, Notes

157 15 Oakes, John
     CIA [New York Times editorial page Editor, 1961-76]
        1979

157 16 Phillips, Wayne
     CIA 1950s [New York Times reporter, recruited by CIA]
        1978, 1979

157 17 Baldwin, Hanson and Sullivan, Walter U
     CIA: U-2 and CIA
        1979


Bureau

157 18 Turner, Wally
     CIA
        New York Times, West Coast Bureau Chief
        1979
        Interview, Notes

158 12 Glomar Explorer (CIA)
       [Includes President Ford Luncheon]
        1979

158 27 Harriett A. Phillips
     CIA: Glomar
        Appear to deal mostly with CIA relations with the media and attempt to block the story
        Documents

158 28 Harriett A. Phillips
     CIA: Glomar
        Relating to the attempt to keep story out of media and some material relating to release of information under FOIA, apparently involving lawsuit, may be some duplication of #27
        Documents

158 29 Phillips (Philippi)
     CIA: Glomar
        CIA-FOIA - Court of Appeals
       Appeals brief on suit to obtain materials deleted from FOIA
        1980
        Documents

158 30 Seymour, Hersh
     CIA:
       Domestic activities, "dirty tricks", etc.
        1974-1977

158 31 CIA: Senate Intelligence Committee (Church)
        Final of select committee: II, pp. 138-295 and III, pp. 34-41
       Frederick A. O. Schwartz, "Intelligence and the Rights of Americans"
       Record of the NY Bar Assoc., 1977
       Columbia Journalism -- excerpts from Senate Committee
        1976-1977
        Book, Report, Review

158 32 CIA:
       Biographies of Colby, Abourezk, Braden, Harold Ford
        1974-1978

159 19 Wicker, Tom
     CIA
        1975-1978

159 20 CIA Series
        Mostly off-record, not for attribution, background use, etc., which are duplicates
       From New York Times foreign correspondents re. their knowledge of CIA activities abroad solicited by Wicker and Salisbury
       Washington 1965, 1966
        Interviews, Memos, Raw Data

159 21 CIA Series
        Many of these are original copies, though some are duplicates
        1965, 1966
        Photocopies, Raw Data Originals

159 22 CIA:
       Survey Text of foreign correspondent survey, with cover letter, names, and addresses
       Editors' notes apparently include comments made by CIA Director M C Cone
       New York 1965, 1966

159 23 CIA:
       Survey Salisbury editing, copies of older documents and survey replies
        1965-1978

159 24 CIA:
       Times Series The Stories :Times stories on CIA in Ramparts
        1966-1967

160 1 Pentagon Papers, Laird, Pursley, Halperin, etc. and other research
        1978-1979

160 2 Pentagon Papers [Includes staff related]
        1971-1979

160 3 Pentagon Papers
        Vietnam dispatches from Homer Bigart, New York Times
        1962
        Dispatches

160 7 Pentagon Papers [Includes other research]
        1975-1979

160 8 Neil Sheehan
     Pentagon Papers:
       Vietnam
       Chris Argyris
       Behind the Front Page

160 9 Pentagon Papers
        1972-1979

160 15 Sheenan, N and Gifford, D.K
     Pentagon Papers, 1974-79:
       Copy of Sheehan fellowship proposal to Wilson Center (for John Paul Vann and American Experience in Viet Nam), Oct. 1978.
       New Yorker re Sheehan car accident, 1974.
       Copies of 1971 and earlier Sheehan writing
        1971-1979

160 16 Reaction to Pentagon Papers
        1971-1973

161 17 New York Times
     Civil Rights:
       Coverage Includes speech by N. R. Nachman, Jr. (Alabama attorney) re New York Times, V Sullivan
       New York Times v Connor, 1966, apparently from law journal
        1956-1979

161 18 J. Popham, Jeff Norrell
     Civil Rights:
       Includes Norrell Manuscripts on reporters and the South
        1975-1979

161 19 Nixon and his Gang:
       Mitchell, Dean, Ziegler, &
        Co.
       Mostly re Pentagon Papers, 1976-79
       Cavett w/ Erlichman 10/5/78
       Six Crises
        1976-1979

161 20 Bernstein, Daniel, Hersh, Semple, Bradlee, et al The Final Days, 1976
       Partial of McNeill w/ Woodward and Bernstein, 1976
        1976-1979

162 4 Ellsberg, Dan I, Galbriath
     Other research
        1975-1980

162 5 Ellsberg, Dan II
     Photocopy, Correspondence, Notes
        From and re Ellsberg
       Corrections, apparently Ellsberg's corrections for parts of "Without Fear or Favor"
       Manuscripts Ch. by Ellsberg, "Theory and Practice of Blackmail"
        1980

162 6 Ellsberg, Dan
     Publications
        By and About
        1960s-1980s

162 10 Pentagon Papers: Legal
        Loeb to Gurfein: re Pentagon Papers legal case, 1974-79
       Copies of older Pentagon Papers documents (1971)
       Some material on Progressive H-Bomb publishing case, 1978
       Legal material re New York Times equal employment/affirmative action
        1971-1979
        Interview, Notes

162 11 Pentagon Papers: Legal
        J. Goodale Speech to Vt. Bar Assn.
       Goodale was New York Times counsel for Pentagon Papers litigation
        1974
       

162 12 Pentagon Papers: Legal
        In camera materials research on legal cases and precedents
       Summary material by Anthony Lewis, New York Times
        1977
       

162 13 Pentagon Papers:
       Trial Geo Wilson, Griswold, Maridan, 1979
       Copy of Journal of Legal Education, Vol. 25, #3, 1973 ( by Griswold)
       Other research
        1973, 1979

162 14. Pentagon Papers:
       Court Case A. Lewis Commentary
       Copy of Nieman, Spring 1976
       Anthony Lewis , Cantankerous, Obstinate, Ubiquitous: The Press
        1976

163 16-40a Arthur Hays Sulzburger
     "AHS"
        Various assortments of letters and handwritten
        1937-1963
        Memos, Notes

163 49 Sulzburger, A. H.
     Memos, Correspondence
        Roosevelt - estate, anti-semitism
       AHS, by and about FDR, 1935-39
       Material on estate of Adolph Ochs
       AHS re 1960 election

163 50 Sulzburger, A. H.
     Will Lissner on Eastland
        Voices for a Free Press: Arthur Hays Sulzburger and the Eastland Investigation
        1969
        manuscript

163 51 Sulzburger, A.O., Veit, I, Curtis C. Finn
     By/about AOS and Times Talk
        1934-1979

163 52 Sulzburger, Iphigene
     Copy to AHS
        1918-1978

163 53 Sulzburger, I. O. (Iphigene Ochs)
     Childhood with Doris Faber
        "A New York Times Girlhood" by I. O. Sulzburger and D. Faber, 152 pp.
        MS

164 2 Bradford, Amory
     How I Lost My Job at the New York Times, 1971
       The Time of Pressure, 1971
       [Former VP and general manager, New York Times]
        1971-1982

164 3 Bradford, Amory
     Memoir
        1977-1978
        mss.

164 4 Lea, Carola
     Correspondence
        To and from Salisbury. , with some Bradford to Lea
       Carola was daughter of Amory Bradford
        1980-1981

164 9 Greenbaum, Gen. E. S.
     Postcards, Interview, Photos, etc.
        1906-1970

164 10 Greenbaum, E. S.
     Memo, Letters
        From A H S - mostly copies of material in #9

164 46 Raskin, Abe
     Interview, Transcript
       Oral history - 252 pp. of taped by Frank Balinson
       Abe was reporter & editor, New York Times
        Oct 25, 1976

165 5 Daniel, E C
     Biographical material
       Texts by ECD: Private Rights vs. the Public Interest, The Berlin Story, remarks to Univ. of North Carolina, 1960
       [Daniel was reporter &
        editor, New York Times]
        1960

165 8 Fisher, Andrew
     Interview, Notes
        1979

165 12 Halberstam, David
     Interview, Notes
        1976-1978

165 14 Mattson, Walter & Pomfret, J
     Interview, Notes
        Who's Who bio of Walter with Pomfret
        1979

165 15 Merz, Charles; Frankfurter, Willkie, etc.
     The Function of the Editorial Page
        Selected Merz (to/from), 1937-60, incl. LBJ, Wendell Willkie, Felix Frankfurter
       Merz was former New York Times editor in chief.
        1937-1970
        Interview, Correspondence, etc.

165 45 Parnis, Mollie
     Dinner party with Kissinger, LBJ, AOS, et al.
        Night before start of Pentagon Papers publication
        1971-1979
        Interview, Notes

165 47 Reston, James
     Selected to AHS
        1944-1951
        Letters

165 48 Seldes, George
     Observations on New York Times
        16-pp. MS
       

165 54 Talese, Gay
     Excerpts on New York Times
        Book, Notes

165 55 Markel
     Notebooks
        2 spiral notepads
        1969-1970

165 56 New York Times
     Interview, Transcript, Correspondence, Notes
        Misc. Dryfoos, Eagle, Viet bdcst, Dyslexia, 1978-79
       Times Talk, 1958, re use of eagle logo by New York Times
       BBC program on Viet Nam protests, 1977

165 57 Draft Introduction Misc, Pulitzer
       Draft introduction for Without Fear or Favor and comment
       New York Times

165 58 Times
        Editing, correction and includes Gruson letters
        Book, Correspondence, Notes, Letters

165 59 Corrections
        re "Without Fear or Favor"
       Editorial pre-publication, on correction, index
        1979-1980
        Correspondence, Notes, Reviews

166 6 Taylor, Sally
     Biography of Walter Duranty
        New York Times Soviet correspondent, 1921-41
       

166 7 New York Times
     Includes New York Times Co. confidential, 1971
       Letter to stockholders, 1971
       Circulation , 1971-3
       Notice of 1973 Annual Meeting and Proxy
        1971-1978

166 13 Lippman, W
     Coverage of Russian Revolution
        Merz, CA Test of the Newscopy of 1920 New Republic Supplement
       New York Time 1920
       

166 41 Ochs, Adolf S.
     Miscellaneous Correspondence
        Mostly about Ochs
        Correspondence

166 42 Ochs, Adolf S
     Finance by and about ASO (copies)
       New York Times stockholders list
        Includes research and copies of documents like life insurance, stocks, etc.
        1899
        Correspondence, Notes

166 43 Ochs, AS
     Hale with Kaiser Wilhelm II research
       Unidentified Ms.
       Copies of re Kaiser, ca.
        1908-1917

166 44 Ochs, AS
     London Naval KFC Conference
        Material dealing with 1921 London Conference on Arms Limitation
        1921-1936
       

167 1 Rosenthal, AM
     Memos, Correspondence
        1970

167 2 Rosenthal, A M
     Daily
        Salisbury to AMR
        1971
        Reports

167 3 Rosenthal, A M
     Daily
        1972
        Reports

167 4 Rosenthal, A M
     Memos
        To/from
        1969

167 5 Rosenthal, A M
     Daily
        1970
        Reports

167 6 Rosenthal, A M
     Daily
        Some Salisbury daily , etc.
        1968
        Memos, Reports

167 8 Warsaw and Pulitzers
        Apparently relating to Poland
       Warsaw 1985-1986
        Interview, Notes

167 9 Rosenthal, A M
     Times Politics:
       Includes, Post Series and NBCC
       Late Rosenthal, Schanberg, Shirley Lord, 1979-88
        1985-1987

167 10 Rosenthal, A M
     AMR Chapter
       Apparently, all this refers to ch. on Rosenthal in Without Fear or Favor, although some material is from after publication

167 11 Rosenthal, A M
     Photocopies, Interview, etc.
        With and about AMR
        1959-1979

167 12 Rosenthal, A M
     Interview, Clippings, etc.
        Salisbury and Ann Rosenthal
        1968-1987

167 21 Rosenthal, A M
     Permission to quote (by and about AMR)
        re Schanberg firing
        1958-1985

168 7 Sidney Gruson & Emmanuel R. Freedman
     Correspondence
        Gruson: Salisbury, 1956-86
       Freedman: Salisbury, 1957-59
       New York Times editors
        1956-1986

168 13 New York Times
     Interview, Clippings, etc.
        Also 1979-80, 1986
        1985-1987

168 14 Max Frankel
     Pentagon Papers Court document (Frankel on Pentagon Papers case)
       Some of this relates to Salisbury wrote on Frankel for New York , 1988
       [New York Times editor]
        1987-1988

168 15 Book, Statement
        Appendix III from House Impeachment hearings
       Also assorted notes and xerox pages
        1974

168 16 Salisbury, H. E.
     Correspondence
        Letters to Turner Catledge, Emmanuel R "Manny" Freedman, E. Clifton Daniel - re USSR
       Catledge, Freedman, Daniel are all New York Times editors
       Also includes Salisbury letter to Marshall Zhukov
        1959

168 17 Salisbury, H. E.
     Telegram - Walter Duranty-1925
       Speech by Thurgood Marshall-1979
       Salisbury re Cardinal Stritch-1958
        1958-1985


Chernobyl

168 18 Chernobyl
        1986

168 19 Pentagon Papers:
       Rusk on Salisbury
       Salisbury on Pentagon Papers
       Bobby K on LBJ escalation
       Dean Rusk letter to AHS
       Early proposal for New York Times
       [Most of this material relates to Viet Nam and Pentagon Papers]
        1967-1977

168 20 Vietnam:
        re Salisbury Hanoi trip
        1966-1987

168 22 New York Times & CIA
     Interview, Correspondence, Notes
        Proposal for "Without Fear or Favor" [also see #19]
       Eisenhower trip, 1960
       State Dept letter to Salisbury, 1955
        1955-1980

169 2 Tibet
        1980

169 4 China
        1980

169 9 Charlotte Young Salisbury
     China Press
       The Long March
        : English and Chinese language coverage of Salisbury/CYS retracing of Long March
       Charlotte is Salisbury' wife
        1984
        Newspaper

169 10 China Writers Conference
        Material on US-Chinese Writers' conference, Oct '84 to Nov '84
       Participants' works, tourist brochures & info, press coverage, (w/ID on back)
       Beijing 1984
        Photos, Correspondence, Notes, Brochures

169 13 China Daily
        English and Chinese
       Copies of Tibet Society Newsletter, Tibetan Cultural Center Newsletter
        1983-1985
        Newspaper

169 14 Tibet:
       General and Background
        1979-1983


Mao

170 1  Ariyoshi, Kaji
     Mao and Yenan:
       From Honolulu Star re Ariyoshi visit to Chinese Communist Party HQ in Yenan during WWII as member of US Army psychological warfare team
       Ariyoshi was born in Hawaii of Japanese parents
        1971

170 3 China:
       New York Times re. China
       MS. re Salisbury for New York Times
        1971

170 5 China Conference
        Schedules, bios of US and Chinese participants in US-Chinese Writers Conference
        Los Angeles 1983
        Correspondence

170 6 US China Writers KFC Conference
        Some related to 1984 conference
        1982
        Photographs, Clippings, Newspaper, Correspondence

170 7 China KFC Conference
        Excerpts of Chinese Writers Works
        1982
       

170 8 Old China Hands
        Materials re conference on "War Reporting: China in the 1940s", organized by Arizona State University
       Includes pre and post conference papers
       Scottsdale Nov 1982
        Transcripts, Correspondence, Notes

170 11 Chiang Ching
     Roxanne Witke
        1974-1980

170 12 Lin Biao
     Lin Biao affair by Wilfred Burchett and Han Suyin
       National letters column re a different Lin Biao [Piao]
       Chou Enlai talk to US editors on same subject
       Han Suyin, Burchett, Chou to editors, Nat. Review
        1972-1973

170 15 Mongolia
        1970-1979

170 16 Travel: Mongolia
        1961-1969
        Correspondence

170 17 Mongolia
        Salisbury reporting on/from Mongolia -New York Times, some of which are either microfilm prints or early photocopies, with pieces taped together and sticking.
        1959
        Dispatches, Clips, etc.

171 1 Khrushchev, Nikita
     China visit:
       Includes official announcements, protocol, schedule, etc.
       List of Soviet and US journalists
       Some material on Khrushchev's subsequent trip to China
        1959

171 7 Khrushchev, Nikita
     US Trip:
       [Copies not very clear
        some use of tape and problems with sticking -- may be difficult to separate]
        1959

171 14 Mikoyan, Anastas
     US Trip:
       Includes MS, dinner guest lists and speeches
        1959

171 15 Mikoyan, Anastas
     Mikoyan Trip
        1959

171 17 Misc Stalin Gossip
        Orlov, Isaac Don Levine (Stalin was police agent), ECD on talks with Poles
        1955-1956
        Correspondence, Notes

171 18 Stories re de-Stalinization
        Some in Russian and some handwritten
        1956
        Clippings, Notes

171 19 Soviet Visit to Iowa
        1955
        Clipping

172 6 Khrushchev, N S
     Speech: K's attack on Mik
        1960

172 8 Khrushchev, NS
     Speech:
       Texts of speeches by Khrushchev, Cyrus Eaton including Q&A w/Khrushchev
       New York 1960

172 9 Khrushchev, N S
     UN Speeches
        Khrushchev's and others' speeches
        1960
        Reports

172 10 Khrushchev
     U-2 Crisis:
       Includes Radio Free Europe and some material on Sino-Soviet relations
        1960

172 12 Khrushchev, N S
     Speech
        Includes JFK Vienna
        1959-1961
        Bio, Speeches

172 16 Khrushchev, N S
     Stalin Secret Speech, 1982
       Re Times publication of Khrushchev, 1956, Secret Speech about crimes of Stalin
        1956-1982

173 2 Khrushchev, N S
     Salisbury New York Times
       Material on Russian Institute (Columbia) conference on Khrushchev
        1974

173 3 Khrushchev, N S
     Ouster and Aftermath
        Coverage
        1964-1966
        Notes

173 4 Khrushche, N S
     Question of Authenticity
        Coverage of publication of Khrushchev 1970-71. Includes NBC broadcast, "Khrushchev in Exile" w/ Edwin Newman
        1967
        Memoirs, Transcript, Notes

173 5 Khrushchev, N S
     Bohlen
        Salisbury Stories, 2 Kennans (both written and typed)
        1995-1996
        Clippings, Newspaper, Reports, Notes

173 11 Post-Stalin Plots:
       Largely Malenkov, Beria, Suslov on Fedoseyev - 1952
       Moscow Press summary
        1949-1957

173 13 Khrushche, N S
     Fall - Before and After
        1964-1965

174 1 FOIPA Lawsuit
        Against Dept. of Justice (FBI)
        Documents

174 2 FBI Materials
        Inventory List released after Freedom of Information lawsuit, with Salisbury
        Notes

174 3 Material Released by FBI to Salisbury
        Documents

175 s 4-6 CIA Files
        Released to Salisbury by the CIA under the Privacy Act
        1982
       

175 5 CIA Files
        Including published material
       

175 6 CIA Files
        Copies of Salisbury and cover to FBI from Angleton's office, Director of Counterintelligence
        1969-1970
        Memo, Correspondence

176 1 Dartmouth Conference XIII
        "A series of off-the-record informal talks between leading citizens of the United States and the Soviet Union"
       List of participants, schedules, officials
       See Also: Box C21-2, notebook
       Moscow 1981
        Reports, Correspondence, Materials


Leningrad

176 2 Dartmouth Conference: Moscow- Leningrad - Paris
        Includes impressions
       Handwritten and typed
        14-22 Nov, 1981
        Notes

176 3 Dartmouth Conference
        Background information and briefing, bound and unbound
        1981
        Notes

176 4 Dartmouth Conference background reading
        bound set of articles and speeches

177 5 Minnesota Daily Case:
       Materials re 1st Amendment suit of Univ. of Minn. paper
       Briefs, court decisions and testimony
       Salisbury, a witness for paper
        1980-1982

178 1 Ed Snow Memorial Symposium
        B&w and color photos
       Identified subjects: George Hatem, Salisbury, Claudia Whitney, John Service, Leonard Woodcock (misidentified on back as "Woodward")
       Kansas City 1983
        Photos

178 2 New York Times
     Salisbury Bylines
        1949
       

178 3 New York Times
     Salisbury Bylines
        1950-1951
       

178 4 New York Times
     Salisbury Bylines
        1952
       

178 5 New York Times
     Salisbury Bylines
        1953
       

178 6 New York Times
     Salisbury Bylines
        1955
       

179 7 New York Times
     Salisbury Bylines
        Jan-Sept 1956
       

179 8 New York Times
     Salisbury Bylines
        Oct-Dec 1956
       

179 9 New York Times
     Salisbury Bylines
        1957
       

179 10 New York Times
     Salisbury Bylines
        1958
       

179 11 New York Times
     Salisbury Bylines
        Jan-Aug 1959
       

180 12 New York Times
     Salisbury Bylines
        Sept-Dec 1959
       

180 13 New York Times
     Salisbury Bylines
        Jan-Jun 1960
       

180 14 New York Times
     Salisbury Bylines
        Jul-Dec 1960
       

180 15 New York Times
     Salisbury Bylines
        1961-1962
       

180 16 New York Times
     Salisbury Bylines
        1963-1965
       

180 17 New York Times
     Salisbury Bylines
        Jan 1966-Jun 1967
       

181 1 Chukovsky, Korein
     Correspondence
        1967

181 2 Lord Inverchapel
     Correspondence
        Clark-Kerr, Sir Archie (Brit. Foreign Service) from Moscow
       Washington, on British Embassy stationery
        1944-1948

181 3 Ehrenburg, Ilya
     Correspondence, Notes, Research
        With and about
       Published letters (Encounter) re Ehrenburg's memoirs
        1960-1966

181 4 Ehrenburg, Ilya
     Ehrenburg writings (English and Russian)
        1946-1982

181 5 Ehrenburg, Ilya
     Correspondence, Reviews
        Chekhov, etc. - Salisbury edn, pre-publication
        English-language edition of Ehrenburg essays, including one on Chekhov, with Salisbury intro
        1963

181 6 Litvinov, Maxim
     From and about:
       Incl. letters from Lillian Hellman re Mr. and Mrs. Litvinov, when Litvinov was Ambassador to US
        1942

181 7 Maisky, Ivan
     Salisbury to IM
        Soviet diplomat- Ambassador to UK
        1968
        Correspondence


Molotov

181 8 Molotov, V M
     RFE-RL (bio) 1980
        1955

181 11 Pasternak, Boris
     Helen Wolff re Pasternak
        1958-1982

181 12 Pasternak, Boris
     Important docs in English and Russian
       RL broadcast

181 13 Serebriakova, Galina
     Correspondence
        with and about
        Russian author
       New York Times obituary, 1980
        1967-1980

181 15 Sholokhov, Mikhail
     About
        1959-1961

181 16 Shostakovich, Dmitri
             1954-1979

181 19 Varshavsky, Sergei Petrovich
     Correspondence
        Leningrad professor
       English and Russian
        1972-1981

181 20 Werth, Alexander
     Correspondence
        1957-1962

182 9 Sir Bernard Pares
     
       Cyrillic Alphabet letter from Pares to Salisbury
        Cyr. alphabet chart with note, " written out for me 1948 by Sir Bernard Pares . . ."
        1946

182 14 Sheean, Vincent
     Salisbury Comments on Sheean
        Includes MS on Russian revolution
       re Random House
       Reporter and author
        Correspondence, Notes

182 17 Smith, H
     Correspondence
        With and about Henry Smith ("ex-Muscovite")
        1974-1983

182 18 Verbitsky, Anatol
     Magazine, Correspondence
        In Russian
       Proof copy of proposed monthly "Espionage and Spies"
        1978-1979

182 24 Bogdanov, Petr
     Photocopy, Book, Memoirs
        Ludmilla Bogdanov's ancestor
       In Russian

182 26 Shapiro, Ludmilla
     Letters, Photocopies
        In Russian and English
        1980

182 27 Shapiro, Ludmilla
     Notes, Letters
        This may duplicate some material in #26.
        1980-1983

183 21 Khludova, Olga
     Salisbury
        1976-1980
        Notes

183 22 Yegor Alekseievich Khludovin
     Letters
        Russian, published Moscow (photocopy)
        1878

183 23 Yegor Alekseievich Khludovin
     Khludov Family
        In Russian (by O. Khludova)
        Memoirs

183 25 Khludova, Olga
     Photos, Correspondence, etc.
        Ludmilla Shapiro, Henry Shapiro, Isaac Patch, (English and Russian)
        1980-1982

183 28 Savva Morozov
     MS - by JoAnn Ruckman
        Russian Industrialist
       

183 29 Khludova, Olga
     Anglo Russian American Travelers Club
        Original and copies
        ca. 1982
        Photos, Notes, Letters, Artwork


Moscow Journal

184 11 Moscow Journal
        One of a kind - some duplication of #9
       RFE/RL on Katyn massacre, 1981
        1944
        Letters, Report

184 12 Notes, Letters
        Letter to JES [Janet Salisbury, sister], Sue [Susan Salisbury, aunt] 2/20/44
       Letter from Teheran 12/29/43
       Moscow impressions, typed (similar to material in folder 9)
       See folders 9& 11
       Moscow 1943-1944

184 14 Photocopies, Notes, Dispatches
        Original
       Leningrad 1944

184 15 Odessa, Yugoslavia, Romania
       Odessa 1944
        Newspapers, Papers

184 16 Leningrad Papers
        Salisbury newly elected member - exhibited materials re Leningrad and 900 Days
       Ms. and pp. from 900 Days
       From American Academy of Arts and Letters and National Institute of Arts and Letters, "Exhibition of Work by Newly Elected Members and Recipients of Honors and Awards" 1972
       In English and Russian
        1944
        Photocopy, Pamphlets, Newspapers, Notes

184 17 Johnson, Eric
     Stalin
        Johnston - President, US Chamber of Commerce, 1944
       Natalie Prenee, Originals on Trip, Identifications, Typed of with Stalin (w/background), and of trip across USSR, 1944
       Letter (1957) from State Dept. re ID, bios of people met in 1944 (response to Salisbury inquiry)
        Interview, Notes

184 18 Eric Johnston
     Stalin - Trip
        Mostly similar, if not identical, to #17 (without State Dept. letter)
       Additional handwritten
        1944
        Interview, Notes

184 19 Moscow Press
        Poltava Rules, Odds & Ends
       Material re Soviet press and Anglo-American press corps working in Russia -- dispatches, (some handwritten)
       Flyer in German
       Concert program in Russian
        1944
        Notes, Flyer, Dispatches

184 20 Stalin Incident
        re UP story about Stalin (story not from Moscow)
       Molotov , invitation from Molotov (to Salisbury) for 26th red Army anniversary
       Press in Russian
       Salisbury meeting with Molotov
       Moscow 1944
        Statement, Report, etc.

184 21 Stalin Incident
        Frank Roberts, John Russell, Eden, Cadogen Diaries, Nicolson
        1981
        Photocopy, Book, Correspondence

184 26 Salisbury on USSR
        Original Cable
       Delhi Aug, 1944
        Dispatch, Dispatch

184 27 Russian Notebooks
        Some loose pages of notes
        1944

184 28 Russia
        Original Cables
        1944
        Dispatches

185 1 Clippings
        1941

185 2 Travel
        England, North Africa, USSR
       List of dates, places and mode of travel
        1943-1944
        Travel Logs

185 3 Salisbury War
        WA3 copies, apparrently not quite identical
       New York Dec 12, 1941-Feb 1942
        Notes

185 4 Salisbury Diary
        Handwritten
       London 1943
       

185 5 Letters
        Salisbury re Nordau's Dupes
       London 1943

185 6 Salisbury
        Some letters in more than one version
       London 1943
        Letters, Notes

185 7 Salisbury
       London & Teheran 1943
        Clippings

185 8 Salisbury to Julian T. Bentley
       London & Algiers 1943
        Letter

185 9 Letters, Index
        Sue's copy
        Teheran, 12/29/43London Diary 2/6/43 Algiers, Teheran
       Initial Moscow Period Russian impressions, Feb. 1944
       London letters (may duplicate some material in #s 4 and 6
       London Diary 2/6/43 Algiers, Teheran
       Initial Moscow Period Russian impressions, Feb. 1944
       London letters (may duplicate some material in #s 4 and 6
        1940-1944

185 10 Report, Letters, Expense Dispatch
        Multiple versions of some letters (some may duplicate # 7 or 9)
       Algiers & Teheran 1943-1944

185 22 Dad's Death
        Memorial service programs
       Pentagon Papers - Salisbury, Susan Salisbury
       Univ. of Minn. Class of 1893 50-year reunion material,
        Correspondence

185 23 Travel
        Official papers, etc. (cf. Travel logs, folder #2) - some material in Russian
        1942-1944
        Receipts, Tickets, etc.

185 25 Salisbury, H. E.
     To 2006
        Parents' address in Minneapolis - most in envelopes, some have subject on outside of envelope
        1943-1944
        Letters

186 13 Cronkite, Walter
     WWII Bombing Mission
       [See Salisbury Nov. 43 from Algiers]
        1981

186 24 Salisbury, H. E.
     Clippings
        Some multiple copies
        1944

186 29 White, W. L.
     Incident re 1944 critical of USSR - widely denounced
        1944-1945

186 30 Russian on USSR vs Japan, Odessa, Free Germany
        1944-1945

186 31 Salisbury, H. E.
     Appointment as Foreign News Editor
        1944
        Clippings, Correspondence

186 32 Salisbury, H. E.
     Clippings
        1945-1947

186 33 Salisbury, H. E.
     Clippings
        1942

186 34 Salisbury, H. E.
     Getting Times Job
        1948-1949
        Clippings, Magazines, Correspondence

186 35 Russia Series:
       Includes Mongolia Clips
        1959

186 36 Memorandum of Conversation w/ Rev. Stanislaus Orlemanski
        17pp., stamped SECRET - 1st page noted as declassified 1975
       Handwritten letter in Polish
        15-16 May, 1944
        Photocopy

187 1-43 Salisbury, H. E.
     Professional and Personal
        Professional correspondence is to various people at New York Times in NY, Paris, and London as well as to Soviet officials. A few contain other materials, as noted.
        Correspondence

187 1-13 Salisbury, H. E.
     Professional and Personal
        Mar 1949-Mar 1950
        Correspondence

187 14 Salisbury, H. E.
     Professional and Personal
        Apr-May 1950
        Correspondence

187 15-30 Salisbury, H. E.
     Professional and Personal
        Sept 1950-Dec 1951
        Correspondence

187 31 Salisbury, H. E.
     Professional and Personal
        Jan-Mar 1952
        Correspondence

187 32 Salisbury, H. E.
     Professional and Personal
        Apr-Jun 1952
        Correspondence

187 33 Salisbury, H. E.
     Professional and Personal
        Jul-Sept 1952
        Correspondence

187 34-38 Salisbury, H. E.
     Professional and Personal
        Oct 1952-Feb 1953
        Correspondence

187 39 Salisbury, H. E.
     Professional and Personal
        Also notes on Stalin's death
        Mar 1953
        Correspondence

187 40 Salisbury, H. E.
     Professional and Personal
        Apr 1953
        Correspondence

187 41 Salisbury, H. E.
     Professional and Personal
        May 1953
        Correspondence

187 42 Salisbury, H. E.
     Professional and Personal
        Jun-Jul 1953
        Correspondence

187 43 Salisbury, H. E.
     Professional and Personal
        Aug-Oct 1953
        Correspondence

187 54 Salisbury, H. E.
     To Nordau
        Personal
       Moscow 1949-1951
        Letters

188 44 Salisbury, H. E.
     Row over Korea Series
       New York Times Oct-Dec 1950
       

188 45 Lissner, Will
     Salisbury Analysis
        Mostly re Soviet censorship and conditions of reporting
       Moscow Apr 1949-Oct 1950
        Memos

188 46 Salisbury, H. E.
     Correspondence
        Mostly to Salisbury and mainly professional and some in Russian
       Moscow 1949


Business

188 47 Salisbury, H. E.
     Business Expenses
        There are many letters saying, "I enclose the [month] accounts", which do not have the accompanying enclosure
       Moscow 1949-1953
        Correspondence

188 48 Salisbury, H. E.
     Start and Row over Home Leave
        By, toand about Salisbury
       New York Times 1949-1950
        Memos, Correspondence

188 49 Salisbury, H. E.
     Freedman
        Ex. of Censorship
        1949-1950
        Letters

188 50 Salisbury, H. E.
     New York Times
        By and about Salisbury
        1951-1968
        Memos, Correspondence

188 53 Salisbury, H. E.
     Moscow Prices
        Comparisons (English and Russian)
        1954
        Notes, Tables, Charts

188 56 Salisbury, H. E.
     On plays
        There are some references to "anti-American" plays in Moscow in the correspondence from this period
       Some handwritten in English
       Moscow 1949
        Notes

189 51 Salisbury, H. E.
     Receipts, Clippings, etc.
        Mostly to Salisbury, business and some family (some in Russian)
       Moscow 1950-1954

189 52 Salisbury, H. E.
     Correspondence
        Some business, mostly professional and personal letters
       Some re Salisbury's departure from Moscow
       Moscow 1954-1955

189 55 Salisbury, H. E.
     Mostly to Salisbury, professional topics
        Jan-May 1955

189 57 Stalin's Death
        Mar 1953
        Newspapers

189 58 Stalin's Death
        Mar 1953
        Newspapers

190 1 Salisbury, H. E.
     Personal
        Some material in Russian
        1967-1968
        Photo, Correspondence, etc.

190 2 Salisbury, H. E.
     Mrs. Salisbury
        Salisbury' mother
        1957
        Letters

190 5 Salisbury, H. E.
     Mrs. P P Salisbury
        Other family
        1963-1964
        Correspondence, Letters

190 6 Salisbury, H. E.
     Mrs. P P Salisbury
        1960-1962
        Letters

664 3 Salisbury, H. E.
     Personal
        1961
        Correspondence

664 4 Salisbury, H. E.
     Personal
        1963
        Correspondence

664 7 Salisbury, H. E.
     Personal
        Mostly letters to Salisbury from family members
       SES, Mike, Steph (sons), Mary (ex-wife), Georgia (mother), Letter from Adlai Stevenson, Stephan's school troubles
        1963-1964
        Letters

664 8 Salisbury, H. E.
     Personal
        1962
        Letters

664 9 Salisbury, H. E.
     Personal
        1960
        Letters

664 10 Salisbury, H. E.
     Mike and Steff
        1957-1958
        Letters

664 11 Salisbury, H. E.
     Janet Salisbury (sister), Georgina (mother)
       Minneapolis - Moscow 1949-1952
        Letters

664 12 Salisbury, H. E.
     From Michael and Steff
        Includes both photos and children's drawings (in envelope)
        1949-1953
        Letters, Cards, Pictures

191 13 Salisbury, H. E.
     From Francis Bosworth, Gordon Roth, etc.
        Also 1931 Christmas card
        1925-1929
        Letters, Card

191 16 Travel
        East, Georgia, Percy Kids, Picture of Wainscott (NY) House
        Letters

192 1 Russia on the Way
        1946

192 2 Russia on the Way
        Letters

192 3 Russia Re-Viewed
        Salisbury series - New York Times
        1954
        Newspapers

192 4 Russia Re-Viewed:
       Criticism, and (including NY Russian-language)
       Reprints of series (Minneapolis Tribune)
       Joe Clark (reporter for Daily Worker)

192 5 Russia Re-Viewed
       

192 6 Russia Re-Viewed
        Douglass' letter not included here
       Incl. reply to Justice Wm. O. Douglass
        1954
        Correspondence

192 7 Salisbury, H. E.
     Photograph, Clippings, etc.
        Of Salisbury and others at New York Times Youth Forum 11/7/54
        Late 1954-early 1955


American In Russia

193 8 American in Russia
        1955
        Reviews, Letters

193 9 Pulitzer Congratulations
        May 1955
       

193 10 Moscow Journal:
       Including Russian, Hebrew and Latvian languages and pre-publication
        1960-1961

193 11 To Moscow and Beyond
       Some in Russian, Swedish and Norwegian
        1960-1961

193 12 The Shook-up Generation
       Some in German, Russian and Spanish
        1958-1959


The Northern Palmyra Affair

193 13 The Northern Palmyra Affair
       Salisbury novel
        1962

193 14 A New Russia
       One in Yiddish, including copy of letter from W. A. Harriman
        1962

193 15 The Key to Moscow
        Salisbury
        1963
        Reviews

193 16 Pavlov, Dmitri
     Leningrad Blockade
        Pavlov w/Salisbury, incl. one in Danish
        1965
        Book, Reviews

193 17 Marshall Zhukov's Battles
        Edited by Salisbury
        1969
        Book, Dust Jacket, Publicity Material

193 18 Ehrenburg, Chekhov, etc
     Salisbury of Ehrenburg
       Publicity re collection of Ehrenburg essays, including one on Chekhov, edited by Salisbury
       See also folder 5, Box 15-1
        Memoirs, Reviews

193 32 A Journey for Our Times
        Some correspondence here relates to 2nd volume of memoirs, "A Time of Change", 1988
        1983-1988
        Correspondence, Reviews, Memoirs

194 19 Behind the Lines
        Pre-publication including Chinese-language
        1966-1967
        Newspaper, Correspondence, Reviews

194 20 Sakharov
     Progress, Coexistence and Intellectual Freedom
        Salisbury's of Sakharov's w/ intro and by Salisbury
        1968
        Review, Notes


Orbit of China

194 21 Orbit of China
        1967
        Correspondence, Reviews


The Nine Hundred Days

194 22 The 900 Days
        Some of this material seems to relate to "Black Night, White Snow", rather than "The 900 Days"
       Includes criticism
        1967-1979
        Notebook, Notes, Reviews, Publicity Material

194 23 The 900 Days:
       Soviet criticism and in English and Russian
       Some excerpts from Zhukov
        1968-1970

194 24 The Prison Diary of Ho Chi Minh
        1971
        Review


The Many American Shall Be One

194 25 The Many Americas Shall Be One
        British
        1971-1972
        Reviews

194 26 The Eloquence of Protest
        Includes publicity
        1973
        Photocopies, Clippings, Newspaper, Reviews

194 27 To Peking and Beyond
        Some including w/ publisher re corrections
        1973
        Correspondence, Reviews

194 28 The Unknown War
        Includes outline, corrections, MS drafts and TV documentary
       See also Box F2-1, folder #3
        Box C37-2, folders 9-12
        1977-1981
        Book, Correspondence, Reviews

194 29 The Long March
       Includes publicity material, proposed film project, one review in German, China: 100 Years of Revolution
        1984-1988

194 30 The Long March
       Material in Italian, German and Spanish
        1985-1987

194 31 Journey for Our Times
        Includes 2 8x10 B&W photos of Salisbury
        1983-1984
        Reviews

195 33 Journey
        Including from Alfred Kazin, JK Galbraith
        Cyrus Eaton and NS Khrushchev
        1983
        Letters, Photos, etc.

195 34 Modern Maturity
        1986

195 35 Amerika
       Series Response re Salisbury in TV Guide
        1987

195 36 A Day in the Life of Soviet Union
        Press information packet (Russian and English)
       Descriptions of B&W (8-1/2x11)
        1987
        Photocopies, Photos

195 37 A Time of Change
        Includes Liz Smith & Helen Gurley Brown
        1988
        Letters, Correspondence, Reviews

195 38 A Time of Change
        Reviews

195 39 Tiananmen Diary
        1989

195  New York Times
     Envelopes
        All contain Salisbury dispatches from the Soviet Union
        a few contain other material as well.
        Mar 1949-Sept 1954

196 1-13 New York Times
     Envelopes
        Mar 1949-Mar 1950

197 14-38 New York Times
     Envelopes
        Apr 1949-May 1950

197 15-17 New York Times
     Envelopes
        Sept-Nov 1950

197 18 New York Times
     Envelopes
        Includes Salisbury memo to Stalin
        Dec 1950

197 19-22 New York Times
     Envelopes
        Jan-Apr 1951

197 23 New York Times
     Envelopes
        Also includes 2 drafts of letter to Evan Thomas at Harper publishers, 1954 (the letter relates to the preceding dispatch).
        May 1951

197 24-32 New York Times
     Envelopes
        Jun 1951-Feb 1952

197 33 New York Times
     Envelopes
        Includes list of prices
        Mar 1952

197 34-38 New York Times
     Envelopes
        Apr-Aug 1952

198 39-49 New York Times
     Envelopes
        Sept 1952

198 40 New York Times
     Envelopes
        Also includes newspaper clippings
        Oct 1952

198 41-44 New York Times
     Envelopes
        Nov 1952-Feb 1953

198 45 New York Times
     Envelopes
       re Stalin's illness and death
        Mar 1-10, 1953

198 46 New York Times
     Envelopes
        Mar 10-31, 1953

198 47-49 New York Times
     Envelopes
        Apr-Jun 1953

199 50-60 New York Times
     Envelopes
        Jul-Aug 1953

199 52 New York Times
     Envelopes
        This and several of the following folders have pp. of "cut-lines" or "captions to photos", but the photos are not included.
       Central Asia Sept 1953

199 53  New York Times
     Envelopes
        Sept-Oct 1953

199 54 New York Times
     Envelopes
        Feb-Mar 1954

199 55-57 New York Times
     Envelopes
        Apr-Jun 1954

199 58 New York Times
     Clippings, Newspaper, Envelopes
       Siberia & Volga-Ukraine Jun 1954-Aug 1954

199 59 New York Times
     Envelopes
        Jul 1954

199 60 New York Times
     Envelopes
        Aug-Sept 1954

201 12-15 Moscow Journal
        Original MS, before edit and cuts
       Divided into 3 folders for ease of handling
       

200 1 Dickinson, W. B.
     Salisbury Eulogy
        Editor, Philadelphia Bulletin, 1978
        Photocopies, Clippings, etc.

200 2 Hutchinson, Gertrude
     MS Chapters of Hutchinson
        Material re play "The Fabians and Me"
        Photos, Correspondence, Memoirs

200 3 Mosby, Aline
     Clippings, Newspaper, Correspondence
        Some in Russian
        1960-1962

200 4 Parker, Ralph
     Letter
        From Salisbury
        Jul 18, 1962

200 5 Smith, Homer
     Black Man in Red Russia
        Moscow Correspondent
        1964
        Correspondence

200 6 Steiger, Andrew
     Correspondence
        Moscow Correspondent
        1964

200 7 Ulanova, Galina
     Russian Ballet Programs
        Bolshoi ballerina
        1954-1959
        Clippings, Newspaper, Notes, Booklets

200 8 Whitney, Yulya
     Also Julia, Julie - Russian-born singer [wife of former AP Moscow correspondent TP (Tom) Whitney]
        1960-1962

200 9 Whitney, TP
     Petroushka and the Poets
        By Roberta Reeder
        1978-1982
        Correspondence, Script

200 10 Whitney, Yulya
     Clippings, Photos, etc.
        1953-1967

200 11 Russia:
       Postcards, Photo, Souvenir Booklets
        Includes captions in Russian
       Tolstoy and Tchaikovsky homes, and others
       Also some from Potsdam, Germany
       Moscow Rostov Ulyanov

201 12 Moscow Journal
        Original MS before edit and cuts
       pp. 1-167

201 13 Moscow Journal
        Original MS before edit and cuts
       pp. 168-344

201 14 Moscow Journal
        Original MS before edit and cuts
       pp. 345-555

201 15 Moscow Journal
        Original MS before edit and cuts
       pp. 556-743

202 16 Moscow Journal
        Duplicate of Full Original Version
       Includes letter to publisher
        this seems to have a lot of duplicated and out-of-order pages, as well as some different versions
       

202 17 Moscow Journal
        Duplicate of Original Unrevised
        Through Dec 1951
       584 pp.

203 11 General
        Response to Transport Series, to Salisbury
        Additional material re transit problems/solutions
        1959
        Letters, Correspondence, Notes

203 12 General
        "The Modern Cain: Bela Fabian", addressed to Salisbury
        Aug -19 Dec, 1960
        Clippings, Newspaper, etc.

203 13 General
        To Salisbury, some replies
       Material by Harris Wofford, Jr. on civil rights
        Jan-Mar/May, 1960
        Correspondence

204 21 St - Sz
        Andrew Steiger case, Correspondents fund
       

204 22 T
        Tsedenbal, Robert C. Tucker & Svetlana
       

204 23 U
       

204 24 V
       

204 25 W
        Warburg, Fred English publisher, Jeanie Wakefield (Wakeland), Roman (Norman) Wilson
       

204 26 Y
       

204 27 Z
       

204 1 Old Deed and Salisbury Genealogy
        1757-1821
       

204 2 Salisbury Family
        "Excerpts from the Diary of De witt Clinton Salisbury", 1863-1911
       Some originals
        1863-1976
        Letters, Photocopies, Transcript

204 3 Salisbury Family
        Series of (original) in envelopes, some typed
       Most envelopes labelled: FROM, TO, DATE
        1828-1869
        Letters, Transcripts

204 4 Salisbury Family
        Series of original, in envelopes
        1828-1869
        Letters

204 5 Salisbury Family Diary
        Typed transcript
        1815-1844
       

204 6 Salisbury Family
        Genealogy, misc. envelopes
        1931
        Letter

204 7 Duplicates of Sue's Copying of Basic Burrillville - Canandaigua
        Typed transcripts
       Oregon Wisconsin 1828-1865
        Correspondence, Letters

204 8 Evan Miller
     Miscellaneous
        Land Transfer Canandaigua - summary of land transfers
        1809-1926
        Transcripts, Records w/citations

205 1 The Pentagon
     Salisbury Early Diaries, The War
        Same books also contain handwritten (ink) constitution and minutes of Oak Lake Improvement Association.
       Books and loose notebook sheets (handwritten in pencil)
        1917-1935
        Pentagon Papers

205 2 Salisbury Early Literary
        Alex Hamilton essay, St. Nicholas story, story re Scotts Platnum Field, etc.
       

205 3 Important Issues
        Minnesota Daily
        1927-1930
       

205 4 Salisbury Expulsion for Smoking
        Salisbury w/ Univ. of Minnesota VP MM Willey
        1930-1955
        Letters, Clippings, Photo, Newspaper

206  Expense account during University year
        "Open Sesame", "Onward Ship of Literature"
        1925-1926
        Book

665 1 Eaton, Cyrus
     H.H. Humphrey
        Hes/CE/New York Times
        1959-1970
        Letter, Clipping, Newspaper, Correspondence

665 2 Salinger, Pierre
     Correspondence
        1961-1966

665 3 Stevenson, Adlai
     Letters, Reports, Correspondence
        To Stevenson's sons after his death, 1965
       Salisbury expense for covering Stevenson campaign (Oct-Nov 1956)
       Text of Stevenson address 3/6/59
        1956-1965

665 4 Stevenson, Adlai
     Letters, Clippings, Memo, Newspaper
        From Stevenson law partners
       List of selected Stevenson campaign addresses (8/17/56-11/5/56)
        1957-1961

207 1 Salisbury, H. E.
     Behind the Iron Curtain
       Salisbury address to National Machine Tool Builders Association, 10/25/55
        1953-1964

207 2 Salisbury, H. E.
     Press &
        Criticism Series
       Includes Schwartz series and Times Talk, 1962
        1949-1962

207 3 Salisbury, H. E.
     Moscow Trip
        Khrushchev Trip - PR
        1959
       

207 4 Salisbury, H. E.
     Attacks on
        by Timur (Tibor) Szamuely
       V. Vasin of Pravda
       1967 Anniversary
       Includes Salisbury of Solzhenytsin, "The First Circle", and Robert Conquest, "The Great Terror"
        Book, Reviews

207 5 Salisbury, H. E.
     Public Relations
        1959-1962
       

207 6 Salisbury, H. E.
     The 900 Days
        Italian 1m Lira Prize Award
       4 of Salisbury (8x10, b&w)
        1970-1973
        Photos, Newspaper

207 7 Photos, Correspondence
        Legal reg. 349 E. 84th St. house - re construction next door, damages, repairs
        1967-1970

207 8 Kibel Plans
        Plans for apt. tower at 84th St. and 1st Ave., adjacent to Salisbury property
       See also folder #7
        1967
       

207 9 Correspondence, Documents
        re purchase of 349 E. 84th St. property, improvements, insurance, including plans
        1965

207 10 Trivia
        re purchase of 349 E. 84th St. house including financial information
        Correspondence, Notes

208 1 Saltikovka, New York Times
        1956 Dem. Convention, etc.
        Photographs

208 2 Salisbury Random Prints
        Salisbury, Mike, Khrushchev at Exhibition
        some w/descriptions
       Soviet Union 1959
        Photographs

208 3 Salisbury, H. E.
     World War II
        Wartime Passport
       1954-55 Who's Who bio of Salisbury
       Algiers Poltave etc.         Photographs

208 4 Evansville-Mazo 16, Longfellow-Minnehaha 14, T Falls,Wealthwood
        Photos, Labelled Envelopes

208 5 Salisbury, H. E.
     Photos
        Of Early Years: Boy Scouts, etc. to age 30

208 6 Miscellaneous
        Salisbury in Russia, China, Vietnam, etc.
       This combines the contents of 2 unlabelled envelopes
        Book, Photos, Jacket, Publicity Material

208 7 Special Pictures
        Salisbury as Boy Scout, Tbilisi 1980, Bobby Kennedy and other misc
        Photos

208 8 Family and Other
        Photos

208 9 Early Mike Salisbury
        Mostly one of a kind
        Photos

209 10 Nixon, Richard
     USSR Trips
        Negatives and sketchy captions. See Also: Box C18-1 (no folders)
        1959
        Photo

209 11 Salisbury, H. E.
     Marriage
        1964

209 12 New York Times Souvenir EDNs
        Candlelight issues of New York Times : new form of international edition, published in Paris, June 1961 re blackout
       Paris 1960-1961
       

209 13 Larson, A. B.
     Correspondence
        To/from Arnold Byron "Wolf" Larson and wife Mary
        1965-1981

209 14 Salisbury, M. J.
     Correspondence
        Re trust fund for Salisbury sons with reswick and Handler
        1950-1968


The New Emperors

209 15 New Emperors
       Mostly labelled on back
       Also some pix for The Long March

209 16 Photographs
        Of China, Russia, Vietnam, Tienanmen

214 24 Soong Ching Ling
     Materials
        Mostly memorial
        1981-1985
       

210 17 Photographs
        Pictures of fire in N. China (near Mongolia), including oversize
        1987

210 18 Tienanmen
        1989
        Photographs

210 19 Photographs
        Blowup of Janet
       Negatives of childhood of Salisbury and sister Janet
       Other misc.
       Some negatives and slides

210 20 War Between Russia and China
        Sovfoto related to same subject
        Photographs

210 21 Wartime Pictures of Salisbury
        Sept 1978
        Photographs

210 22 Career Pictures
        Including re "Journey for Our Times"
        Letter, photographs

210 23  Photographs
       b&w, 8X10. Some duplicates and negatives
        Hanoi 1966-1967

210 24 Miscellaneous of Chinese leaders
        Few pieces unrelated
        Photographs, Correspondence, Travel Documents

211 1 Alley, Rewi
     Incl. material about Alley (d. 12-30-87)
       Material re Chinese industrial cooperatives, "Gung Ho Newsletter"
        1967-1992

211 2 Chen Family: Jack, Percy, etc.
        Herbert Marshall, Ediors Clubb
       Material re Chinese opera in America
        1970-1988
        Correspondence, Publications

211 3 Chen: Jack, Percy, Yua
     Soong Ching Ling (Mme. Sun Yat-sen) Foundation
        1977-1991

211 4 Dimond, E. Grey
     Edgar Snow Symposium and Edgar Snow Memorial Fund
        Incl. bust of E. Snow in Beijing
        1985-1993
        Interview, Photo, etc.

211 5 Epstein, Israel
     Magazine, Correspondence
        Bound proposal for documentary film, 1983
       , China Reconstructs, 12/84
       Salisbury/Soong Ching Ling (Mme. Sun Yat-Sen) , ca. 1971-75
        1983-1992

211 6 Rittenberg, Sydney
     Copy of Rittenberg in Peking #16, Apr. 1967
        1980

211 7 Graham, Margaret
     Correspondence
        1985-91

212 8 Han Suyin (Elizabeth)
             1967-1985

212 9 Hanxu
     Biographical
        Chinese ambassador to US
        ca. 1980
        Notes

212 10 Hatem, George (Ma Haide)
     Travel to the West By Edgar Snow and Ma Haide - 92 pp.
        1979-1991

212 11 Huang Hua
     China Daily, 1985
        1976-1987

212 12 Li Zhengjun
     Correspondence
        1980-1987

212 13 Liu Binyan
             1983-1988

212 14 Snow, Edgar
     Symposium Pre-symposium, program, schedule, promotions
        1985

212 15 Snow, Edgar
     Snow Memorial Fund
        Includes Salisbury MS on China reporting
       Snow MS of w/ Mao
       Salisbury/E Snow
        1961-1971
        Interview, Correspondence

212 16 Snow, Helen
     Nomination of H. Snow for Nobel Peace Prize, 1981
        Incl. more material re Edgar Snow Memorial Fund
        1979-1981

213 17 Snow, Helen
     Writings by Helen Snow Miscellaneous material re various Old China Hands
       Material re Committee for Industrial Cooperatives
       English and Chinese
        1983-1992

213 18 Snow, H
     Other H Snow writings
        The Long March
        More material on industrial cooperatives
        1972-1985
        Interview, Correspondence, Notes, Research

213 19 Snow, Helen
     Gung Ho Papers
        re Chinese industrial cooperatives
       Bound
       

213 20 Snow, Helen
     Other H Snow Writings
        MS "On the Left-Wing Painters and Modern Art in China" by Nym Wales
       Bibliography of Nym Wales
        1980
        Correspondence, Notes

214 21 3rd Edgar Snow Symposium, 1988 Incl. Chinese publication of Red Star Over China on 50th anniversary of original publication
       Edgar Snow Memorial Fund
        1987-1991

214 22 Soong Ching Ling (Mme Sun Yat-sen) & Jeanette Sui (Soong's goddaughter)
     Salisbury w/ Soong MS of (Salisbury and others)
       Some material re Edgar Snow
       1971 Chinese calendar
        1971-1987

214 23 Soong Ching Ling
     Letters
        Salisbury to/from Soong
        1971-1981

214 25 Stanley, Margaret
     Correspondence
        1983-1986

214 26 Stanford Scandalre anthropologist's study of forced late-term abortions in Chinese village
       Material re Fulbright application of Old Calendar Greek Orthaodox priest (in US) to study church in Greece

214 27 Strong, Anna Louise
     

215 28 Salisbury - China:
        Chinese government, US government, New York Times re permission to enter China
       Draft of Salisbury re Sino-Soviet denials of split
        1966-1983

215 29 China
        Chinese
        1971-1974
        Correspondence

215 30 China Trip
        1977
        Notes

215 31 China Trip
        1980
        Correspondence, Notes

215 32 China Trip
        May duplicate material in #31
        1980
        Transcript, Notes

215 33 China Writers
        Lists of Chinese and US delegations
       b&w and unlabelled photos
        1986
        Photos, Correspondence, Notes

215 34 China
        1988-1989
        Correspondence, Notes

215 35 China:
        Incl. re Chinese Writers Association and International Writing Program
        1978-1986

215 36 No. 1 China File - My
        Including with Jack Chen
       See folders 2 and 3, box 30-1
        1978-1983
        Interview, Correspondence, Notes

215 37 China
        1977-1986

215 38 China: Miscellaneous
        Incl. Salisbury to Chou -Enlai, 1961, 1969
       Monograph: Central Asia Collectanea, one of a series, 1959
        1959-1980
        Letters, Interview, Notes

215 39 Visit to China
       Including re 3rd Edgar Snow symposium
       re Chinese leadership,
        Spring 1988
        Correspondence, Notes, Business Cards

216 40 Tannenbaum, Jerry / Yuan Chi
     Interview, Notes
        Handwritten and typed
        1977-1981

216 41 Yao Wei
             1978-1986

216 42 Zhang Jie, Tang Di
     Situation in China
       Some in Chinese, apparently also translated
        1983-1992

216 43 Zhao Ziyang
     China:
       13th Congress of CP of China Advance Along the Road of Socialism with Chinese Characteristics (10/25/87)
       Draft Revision of some of the Constitution of the Communist Party of China
        1987

216 44 China
        1970-1979

216 45 China:
       100 Years of Revolution w/Tannenbaum, etc., photocopied from Foreign Affairs, 1949

216 46 China:
       Top Policy The Dynamics of Factions and Consensus in Chinese Politics
        1980-1981

217 1 [China?]
        Copies of missionary from China, 1927, 1931
       Small (in Chinese w/ English title), "Captivity and Answered Prayer in China," apparently by Bosshardt, translated into Chinese by Zhong Guoqi
       Unidentified , similar to painting on jacket
        1984-1992
        Letters, Book, etc.

217 2 Neils, Patricia
     Symposium on The Impact of American Missionaries on US Attitudes and Policies Toward China
        Incl. "The Triumph of John and Betty Stam", by Mrs. Howard Taylor, China Inland Mission, 1936
       San Diego 1987
        Book, Correspondence

217 3 China:
       Missionaries and Others Incl. The Craighills of China, Marian G. Craighill, 1972
        1985-1989

217 4 The Long March: Names and Places
        Spiral with listings in alphabetical order -- 2 columns on each page -- "people" and "places"
        Notebook

217 5 The Long March
        re project, including requests
        1983-1984
        Interview, Correspondence, etc.


Maps

218 6 The Long March
        Some possible MS pages. Mostly handwritten, some typed
        Photocopies, Notes, Maps

218 7 Working Papers
        Mostly Gen. Qin, Peggy Dennis, Ross Terrill
       Published biographical material on Chinese leaders
        1983-1988
        Photocopies, Interview, etc.

218 8 Re. Publication of The Long March
        Some published material in Chinese (originals and copies)
        1984-1985
        Photo, Correspondence, etc.

218 9 The Long March 1
        Some pp. of Chinese poetry
        Mar 5-Apr 3, 1984
        Interviews, Notes, Typed Trancripts

218 10 The Long March 2
        Apr 3-Jun 12, 1984
        Interviews, Notes, Typed Trancripts

219 11 The Long March 3
        Several pp. of personal thoughts
        Jun 12-16, 1984
        Interviews, Notes, Typed Trancripts

219 12 The Long March 4
        Oct 24-Nov 3, 1984
        Interviews

219 13 Service, John S.
     Letter, Books, Correspondence
        J Service, Caroline Service, Ross Terrill
       Poetry by Caroline Service (under pseudonym), and Virginia (Service) McCormick
        1984-1992

219 14 J Service
     The Long March
        Sep 1, 1983-Jan 16, 1985
        Photocopies, Correspondence, etc.

219 15 The Long March
        w/ Zhang Yuan Yuan, Chang Hai-Lang
        1984-1988
        Interview, Correspondence, Notes

219 16 The Long March
        To Zhang Yuan Yuan
        1984-1989
        Correspondence

219 17 The Long March
        w/ Hanson, Haldore
        1983-1987
        Interview, Correspondence, Notes

220 18 Mei Shan
     Interview, Transcript, Notes
        1984-1985

220 19 Wang Bingnan, Zhang Wenjin, Ling Quin
     Friendship Assoc.
        MS of w/ preface and partial duplicate copy
        1984-1988
        Memoir, Interview, Correspondence, Notes

220 20 Yang Shangkun & Mme. Li Bochao
     Newspaper, Correspondence, Asiaweek Page
        1984-1987

220 21 Ed Snow, Han Suyin, Chen, Huang, Chen
     The Long March Print Sources
        Photocopies, Books, etc.

220 22 Service, Caroline
     The Long March:
       Material from Long March (1935) and Cultural Revolution (1970)
        w/ cover
        1984
        Letter, Photocopies

220 23 Yang Bingzhang
     Handwritten translation of pages from Chinese
        1983-1986

220 24 He Zizhen
     The Long March Print
        Geographic, in English, Chinese and French
        Photocopies, Newspapers, Magazines

221 25 Huang Tsing
             1984

221 26 Li Xiannian & Li Xiaolin (daughter)
     Interview, Newspapers, Correspondence, Notes, Press Release
        US and Chinese
        1984-1986

221 27 Li Xiannian
     White House Memorabilia
        re White House reception and dinner
        Jul 23, 1985
        Invitations, Placecards, etc.

221 28 The Long March miscellaneous
       

221  Notebooks
        Spiral, 7-3/4 "x 5"
       

221 4 Notebook
        Chi Shui River, Maotai, Yunnan, Dali, Lijiang, Shiqui, Kunming, Du Kau, Jianping Du, Xichang, Cheng Diu, Luding

221 29 China's Long March
       Chataqua 1986
       

222 29 The Long March
        Chinese translation of, with translation of introduction
        Letter

222 30 The Long March
        Duplicates
       Box 31-2, folders 9, 10 and 31-3, folders 11, 12, and possibly others
        Photocopies, Transcripts, Notes

223  Notebooks, Transcripts
        Folder Series of black ring , containing typed of earlier (19th-century) material

223  Letters
        Along with typed transcripts, some originals and a drawing
        1864-1866

224 2  In Grandfather's Desk
        Large ring binders #1, with black cover: Copies of documents - originals provided to Salisbury by Hazel Hopkins
       "Grandfather" was Chauncey, son of Hiram Salisbury
        June 1985
        Documents, Photos

224 2 Salisbury Genealogy
        With index tabs to individual names
       

225  Family Books
        Formerly belonging to Chauncey Salisbury (and possibly others)
       Some loose legal sheets with Salisbury
        Books, Notes

226 1 Amasa Salisbury Account
        Copies of Amasa Accounts in Salisbury family originals
        ca. 1823-1850
        Letters, Book, etc.

226 2 Salisbury Family line
        Old typed copy and photocopy
        1885
       

226 3 Hiram Salisbury
     Hiram Salisbury and family of Jessie D. Ross and Susanne Salisbury, 1938-44 (in envelope) and other family, 1924-38
       See black notebook in 32-2
       Chepachet Rhode Island 1978-1985

226 4 Rich G. and Edna Kent, Hazel Hopkins, Milton Thoene, and Thelma Galten
     Photocopies, Photocopy, etc.
        Mostly re Hiram S and family
       Chepachet 1815-1843

226 5 Correspondence, Notes, Research
        re Salisbury family in Canandaigua
       Canandaigua NY

226 6 Photocopies, Photos, etc.
       Buffalo 1983-1986

227 7 Hiram Including Unforgettable Uncle Hiram, by Salisbury
       Salisbury with Readers' Digest

227 8 Original Hiram
        Incl. "From Grandfaather's Desk", Hazel Hopkins (copied)
       See black notebook, Box 32-2
        June 1985
        Documents, Letters

227 9 The First Buffalo Family
        Incl. text w/ and appendices, pp 211
       "Guide to the Study of United States Imprints"
       Broadsides Printed at Canandaigua, NY, 1799-1850
        1956
        Photocopy, Books, etc.

227 10 Hezekiah A. Salisbury
     Deeds
        Photocopies and originals
        1820-1844

227 11 Van Norman
     Ancestors of Sarah Spear Salisbury
        From county records
        Correspondence, Notes

227 12 Printed and sold by SH and HA Salisbury, 1812
        Photocopies, Books

227 13 Salisbury family
       [Salisbury grandfather was from Mazomanie]
       Mazomanie Wisconsin

227 14 Salisbury Imprints
        re Salisbury Brothers printers
        Books, Pamphlets, Bibliographic Material (Photocopied)

227 15 Bits and Pieces
        Genealogy, especially from/to Sue Salisbury (Salisbury' aunt)
       Transcriptions of 19th-century documents
        ca. 1930s
        Letters, Correspondence

228 16 Correspondence, Genealogical Material
        Salisbury's with Sue Salisbury
        1940-1985

228 17 Genealogical Research
        Sue's Basic, on Salisburys and Other Related Families - mostly typed and summaries of historical documents and records, some undated
       Material on individual names, family branches, etc.
        Clippings, Transcripts, Newspaper

228 18 Hiram, Hezekiah, Amasa, Guy, Osborn Genealogy, Pension, Obituaries, etc.
        1827-1968

228 19 Alfred P. Salisbury
     Miscellaneous Salisbury family:
       Oliver M. Salisbury, The Bitter Root, with accompanying to Salisbury from Alfred P. Salisbury
       Box of "papers found in Grandfather (Chauncey) Salisbury's desk"
       Readers' Digest reprint, "Uncle Hiram"
       Salisbury re family line
        1987

229  Family books
        Printed Material

230  Family Some loose old papers in plastic envelopes and re family history
        19th Century

231 1 United Frequent Flyer
        Plane-Train Schedules

231 2 China:Tiananmen Diary Outline
        Pre-publication and other business
       "Goddess of Democracy"
        Photo, Correspondence, Reviews

231 3 Little Brown - Debbie Jacobs
        re "The Great Black Dragon Fire", "Beyond the New China Gate" (possibly the same as The New Emperors) and "Tiananmen Diary"
       
        1988-1990
        Correspondence, Notes, Reviews, Maps

231 4 The Long March: Film
        1984-1992
        Memos, Correspondence, Notes

231 5 Semyonov, Julian
     The 900 Days:
       Including in Russian, Italian - some re Sergio Leone proposed film project on Leningrad blockade, 1989
       Other possible film projects, etc., captioned
        1979-1992

231 6 Books, Correspondence, Films
        re possible films of Salisbury
        1988-1989

232 7 Forest Fire:
       Incl. photcopy of by L. Newton Hayes, "The Chinese Dragon", Shanghai, 1922
        1987

232 8 Prof. Robock
     Forest Fire:
       Assorted by Robock re forest fire smoke and surface cooling, forest fire detection
        1988

232 9 Fire
        re "The Great Black Dragon Fire" by George Breuer, "Weather Modification: Prospects and Problems", Cambridge Univ Press
        1980
        Book, Review, Correspondence, Reviews

232 10 Forest Fire:
       On Chinese forest fire, subject of Salisbury's The Great Black Dragon Fire and related topics
        1987

232 11 The Long March
       Re Chinese leaders and policies
        1987-1988

232 12 The Long March
        New York Times op-ed 10-1-88: Salisbury on Black Dragon Fire
       Excerpt from Sheehan's "A Bright Shining Lie"
       New Long March and New Emperors
        1988
        Book, Photos, Correspondence, Reviews

232 13 The Long March
        Incl. Uncaptioned snapshot
        1986-1989
        Photo, Correspondence, Notes, Concert Program

233 14 The Long March
        1984-1988
        Review, Correspondence, etc.

233 15 Tiananmen Diary, Disturber of the Peace and The New Emperors
       Unwin Hyman (British publisher) 1988-1992
        Memoirs, Correspondence, Reviews

233 16 Outline: The Long March:
        English translation of Renmin Ribao
       Editorial 2-27-63, "Whence the Difference: - A Reply to Thorez and Other Comrades"
       Copy of Salisbury to Arthur Miller, 8-20-87
       Captioned on back and letters in Chinese
        1985-1988

233 17 Leningrad
       This may relate to a Russian edition of The 900 Days.
       Correspondece including in Russian
        1990-1991

233 18 Book, Correspondence, Catalogs, Publishers' Lists, Invoices
       Incl. photocopied pages from reference s on China, invoices re purchase of books and re research questions - To and from Salisbury.
        1985-1992

234 19 The Long March:
       Brokaw with Zhao Aiyang, 9-28-87
       Chinese embassy press releases
        1986-1987

234 20 The Long March Material re 1985 Soviet writers' trip to US, 1986
       Dartmouth Conference, 1984 and 1986
       Chinese-American Writers' conferences, and other visits of Chinese writers to US
       MS of Allen Weinstein's "Perjury" (re Alger Hiss) - 32 pp, incomplete and anonymous
       1984 US-Chinese Writers' Conference, uncaptioned

234 21 Notebooks, Notes
        Spiral, some loose pages

235 1 K M Simonov
     Letters, Interview, Correspondence, Notes
        Salisbury w/ Simonov and relatives (including in Russian) and other
       Some writing by Simonov (in both Russian and English, including translation of a poem)
       RFE Simonov obituary, 1979
       2 booklets, in plastic envelopes: The Russian Famine of 1891 and 1892, "Strike, but Hear": Poland, Rusia, and the Polict of the Latter Toward the United States, Baltimore, 1844
       Simonov was Russian war correspondent and writer
        1978-1981

235 2 K M Simonov
     Interview, Photo, Correspondence, Notes
        Salisbury w/ Simonov daughter et al (some re possible English translation of Simonov WWII diary)
        1982-1987

235 3 K M Simonov
     Some in Russian
        1989-1991

235 4 NHK (Japanese TV network)
     Materials re documentary
  &nbs