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Descriptive Summary

Biographical Sketch

Scope and Contents

Restrictions

Index Terms

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Series I. 1914-1990, n.d. [bulk 1970s]

Series II. Congress for Cultural Freedom, 1947-1991, n.d. [bulk 1960s]

Series III. Personal, 1927-1988, n.d.

Index

University of Texas, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center

Michael Josselson:

An Inventory of His Papers at the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center



Descriptive Summary

Creator: Josselson, Michael, 1908-1978
Title Michael Josselson Papers
Dates: 1914-1991 (bulk 1960-1978)
Abstract: Correspondence, clippings, typescripts, holograph manuscripts, research notes, printed materials, photographs, financial records, personal records, and maps document the professional and literary endeavors of Michael Josselson from his early adulthood through his death, and continue up to 1991 with related materials collected after his death.
RLIN Record # TXRC98-A0
Extent 34 boxes (17.5 linear feet), 1 notecard filebox 1 oversize folder
Languages and [code "engrusfregeritafin" not found in ISO 639-2 list].
Repository Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center University of Texas at Austin

Biographical Sketch

Michael Josselson was born March 2, 1908, in Tartu, Estonia, the son of a Jewish timber merchant. Following his primary education in Estonia, he attended secondary school in Berlin from 1920 to 1927. He attended one year each at the University of Berlin and the University of Freiburg from 1927 through 1928, then left school to work as a buyer in the Berlin office of Gimbel-May department stores.

Josselson, fluent in German, Russian, French, and English, excelled in his job, which required him to arrange wholesale purchases from suppliers in various European countries. By 1935, he sought to leave Nazi Germany and gained a promotion to manager of Gimbel Brothers' Paris office. He was so successful in that position that in 1937 he immigrated to the United States with his new French wife, Colette, to work in New York City as the managing director for all of Gimbels' European offices.

World War II brought about the collapse of European markets and in 1941 Josselson had to again work as a buyer for Gimbels. He and his wife separated that year and she remained in New York while he moved to Pittsburgh for his new position. They later divorced in 1949. Josselson became a US citizen in 1942 and was drafted into the US Army in 1943.

In the Army, Josselson received military intelligence training and was assigned to a communications unit in Europe as an interpreter. He was discharged as a 1st Lieutenant in 1946, although he remained in the reserves as a military intelligence officer until 1950.

From 1946 to 1949, Josselson worked as a cultural affairs officer for the US War Department's Office of the Military Government in Berlin. From 1949-1950 he worked on the public affairs staff of the US State Department's Office of the High Commissioner for Germany. In these positions he was responsible for the "de-Nazification" of top German intellectuals and leaders as well as the editing and dissemination of anti-Communist propaganda. It is during this period that Josselson purportedly became connected with the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).

Josselson left the State Department in 1950 to help steer the newly created Congress for Cultural Freedom (CCF), a liberal, anti-Communist organization founded by American and European intellectuals to expose Communist cultural oppression and to oppose all forms of totalitarian rule. As the Administrative Secretary of the CCF, Josselson arranged for financing from various sources, including organizations that operated as fronts to channel CIA funds. Through the 1950s and early 1960s, Josselson worked behind the scenes in various administrative positions as the CCF organized conferences, produced numerous publications, and created regional offices around the world. He claims to have sought non-CIA funding during this period, particularly from the Ford Foundation, but a series of news stories in 1966 exposing the CCF and CIA connection brought about Josselson's resignation as the Executive Director and the dissolution of the CCF in 1967.

After his resignation, Josselson continued to informally advise former CCF associates who created a new organization, the International Association for Cultural Freedom, which disavowed the CCF and the CIA but continued many of the CCF's programs. In the early 1970s, Josselson began extensive research for a biography of the Napoleonic-era Russian General Barclay de Tolly. Plagued by health problems, he relied heavily upon research and typing assistance, much of it provided by his second wife, Diana Dodge Josselson.

Josselson died in Geneva on January 7, 1978, following heart surgery. He had moved to Switzerland in 1961 to seek treatment for his circulatory problems and had already undergone several surgeries. At the time of his death, his manuscript for The Commander: A Life of Barclay de Tolly was finished except for the bibliography and index. Soon thereafter Diana Josselson completed the book, which was published by Oxford University Press in 1980.

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Scope and Contents

Correspondence, clippings, typescripts, holograph manuscripts, research notes, photocopies, reports, printed materials, photographs, financial records, personal records, and maps document the professional and literary endeavors of Michael Josselson from his early adulthood in the late 1920s through his death in 1978, and continuing up to 1991 with related materials collected after his death. The papers are organized into three series: I. The Commander: A Life of Barclay de Tolly, 1914-1990, n.d. [bulk 1970s] (18 boxes, 1 notecard filebox); II. Congress for Cultural Freedom, 1947-1991, n.d. [bulk 1960s] (9 boxes, 2 folders); and III. Personal, 1927-1988, n.d. (6 boxes).

The Barclay de Tolly series contains the largest amount of material and consists mainly of typescript and holograph drafts, research notes, and extensive photocopies of bibliographic materials used by Josselson during research for his book The Commander: A Life of Barclay de Tolly. The photocopies are mostly of Russian language books, journals, and published memoirs dating from the 18th and 19th centuries. The majority of materials were created or collected by Josselson during the 1970s, and include the oldest item in the papers, a 1914 German map of Russia's Baltic provinces. Multiple drafts found in this series show extensive revisions to the work and include outlines and bibliographies.

Besides Russian language materials, there are also considerable amounts of French and German materials throughout the whole of Josselson's papers. Languages found in lesser amounts include Italian, Swedish, Finnish, and Spanish. English is present in greater amounts than any other single language, but is not in the majority.

Correspondence is present throughout the papers, but is concentrated in the Personal Series and the Congress for Cultural Freedom (CCF) Series. The Personal Series correspondence consists mainly of copies of typed, outgoing letters from Josselson dating from the 1960s through the 1970s covering a wide range of topics, including the CCF and his book. Incoming correspondence is found mostly in CCF subject files. Correspondents present in Josselson's papers include: Raymond Aron, Ulli Beier, Daniel Bell, Francois Bondy, Willy Brandt, Zbignew Brzezinski, Theodore Draper, Pierre Emmanuel, John Kenneth Galbraith, George F. Kennan, Arthur Koestler, Irving Kristol, Melvyn Lasky, Minoo Masani, Ezekiel Mphahlele, Jayaprakash Narayan, Nicolas Nabokov, William Oppenheimer, Michael Polanyi, Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., Edward Shils, Iganzio Silone, Stephen Spender, and Shepard Stone.

Josselson's papers do not document his activities during the 1950s as well as in later years of his life. Some CCF materials he gathered to prepare a history of the Congress do give insight to the organization's formation in 1950 and its early activities, as does one folder of personal letters selected by Josselson for his daughter Jennifer's viewing. The majority of the papers, however, date from the early 1960s forward, coinciding with Josselson's move to Switzerland in 1961.

Virtually all subseries and folder headings were derived from folder titles created by Josselson or his wife, Diana. Mrs. Josselson also collected all papers dating after his death in early 1978, and created some of the correspondence and other materials included in the papers prior to 1978. Her handwriting can also be found on numerous letters and folders identifying dates and individuals.

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Restrictions

Access

Open for research

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Index Terms

Correspondents
Amburger, Erik, 1907-
Arndt, Walter W., 1916-
Aron, Raymond, 1905-
Beier, Ulli
Bell, Daniel
Berlin, Isaiah, Sir
Bondy, Francois, 1915-
Brandt, Willy, 1913-
Brzezinski, Zbigniew K.
Bundy, McGeorge
Campenhausen, Balthasar von
Chenu, Roselynne
Chiaromonte, Nicola
Draper, Theodore, 1912-
Dubuis, Gisele
Emmanuel, Pierre
Freymond, Jacques
Galbraith, John Kenneth, 1908-
Goldstein, David I.
Hamilton, Mark
Hook, Sidney, 1902-
Hunt, John C.
Jelenski, Constantin, 1922-
Kalline, Anna
Kennan, George Frost, 1904-
Kerkonnen, Karin
Koestler, Arthur, 1905-
Kristol, Irving
Labedz, Leopold
Laqueur, Walter, 1921-
Lasky, Melvin J.
Longworth, Philip, 1933-
Luthy, Herbert, 1918-
MacAuley, Robie
MacDonald, Dwight
Madariaga, Salvador de, 1886-
Masani, Minocherer Rustom, 1905-
Mphahlele, Ezekiel
Nabakov, Nicolas, 1903-
Narayan, Jayaprakash
Olsen, William C.
Oppenheimer, J. Robert, 1904-1967
Oprecht, Hans
Passin, Herbert, 1916-
Pipes, Richard Lloyd, 1930-
Platt, Frank C. (Frank Cheney), 1932-
Polanyi, Michael, 1891-
Prosch, Georges von
Raeff, Marc
Ray, Sibnarayan, 1921-
Rubenstein, Leonard
Saron, Rosy
Schlesinger, Arthur Meier, 1917-
Schroeder, Johann Karl von
Shils, Edward, 1910-1995
Silone, Ignazio, 1900-1978
Souvarine, Boris
Spender, Stephen, 1909-
Sperber, Manes, 1905-
Stone, Shepard
Warburg, Frederic, 1898-
Organizations
Congress for Cultural Freedom
Ford Foundation
Oxford University Press
Subjects
Barklai, de Tolli, Mikhail Bogdanovich, niaz', 1761-1818
Anti-communist movements
Authors, English--20th century
Napoleonic Wars, 1800-1815
Soviet Union--History, Military--1801-1917
Document Types
Maps
Negatives
Newspapers
Photographs
Postcards
Slides

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Administrative Information

Acquisition

Gift (#9164, #9743, #9796), 1992-1993

Processed by

Stephen Mielke, 1998

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Michael Josselson Papers--Detailed Description

 

Series I. The Commander: A Life of Barclay de Tolly, 1914-1990, n.d. [bulk 1970s]
(18 boxes, 1 notecard filebox)

Materials relating to The Commander: A Life of Barclay de Tolly document Josselson's detailed research and lengthy effort to write the biography, inspired by Alexander Pushkin's poem "The Commander." Subseries A, Drafts, includes outlines, bibliographies, and numerous chapter by chapter typescripts and holograph manuscripts. Josselson wrote preliminary drafts by hand, then corrected subsequent versions typed for him by assistants. Drafts are in English except for one typed copy of the French translation edition titled Le Général Hiver.
Notes and other materials contained in Subseries B, Research, are arranged alphabetically by folder title. Titles usually indicate specific topics of research, although some headings, such as "Notebooks" indicate only the type of materials contained. These materials are usually broad in scope, containing information on more than one topic, but all relate to Barclay de Tolly or the Napoleonic Wars.
Folder titles using personal names most often contain research about the individual, but some contain photocopies of writings by the individual. The copies are mainly small excerpts of works or letters with annotations or accompanying notes. These differ from the photocopied materials found in Subseries C, Bibliographic Resources, which are complete copies of books, journals, and memoirs with little or no accompanying research. Subseries C is arranged alphabetically by author, and the materials are primarily in Russian, with some in French and German. All other research material and notes are predominantly in English.
A small amount of correspondence is located in the Research Subseries. The majority consists of incoming communications from research assistants, located under the "Letters" heading as "Ketola" and "Rubenstein." Also of note are vast bibliographies of sources, some unused, as well as several folders of illustrations.
Materials in Subseries D, Genealogy, trace Barclay de Tolly's ancestry back to the Norman conquest of England, and trace his descendants up to the 1970s. The history of the name itself is documented as are monuments to Barclay de Tolly, including his burial site. Subseries E, Correspondence, contains letters from colleagues and friends of Josselson which, in the majority, discuss ideas and theories related to Barclay de Tolly and the book. The correspondence is more general and academic than that found in the Research Subseries, which tends to address issues such as what resources are available and where they are located. The Subseries E correspondence also includes letters to Diana Josselson regarding the books publication and subsequent reviews. The subseries is arranged alphabetically by the name of the writer.
Subseries A. Drafts
box folder
1 1 Outline & Introduction
2 Chapter I, 1970s
3-4 Chapter II, 1970s
5 Chapter III, 1970s
box folder
2 1 Chapter III, 1970s
2-3 Chapter IV, 1970s
4 Chapter V, 1970s
5 Chapter VI, 1970s
6 Chapter VII, 1970s
7 Chapter VIII, 1970s
box folder
3 1 Chapter VIII, 1970s
2-3 Chapter IX, 1970s
4 Chapter X, 1970s
5 Chapter XI, 1970s
6 Chapter XII, 1970s
box folder
4 1 Chapter XIII, 1970s
2 Chapter XIV, 1970s
3 Chapter XV, 1970s
4 Chapter XVI, 1970s
5 Epilogue, 1970s
6 Chapter Notes, 1970s
Bibliographies
box folder
4 7-8 1979
box folder
5 1 1971
2 Le Général Hiver, 1970s
Subseries B. Research
box folder
5 3 Barclay and the Tsar, 1970s
4 Barclay biographies, 1970s
5-6 Barclay letters, 1970s
box folder
6 1 Barclay letters, 1970s
2 Barclay war journals, 1970s
3 Bibliographies, 1970s
4 Biographies, 1950, 1972, n.d.
5 Clausewitz, 1970s
6 English sources, 1970s
7 Epigraphs, 1970s
8 Fili, 1970s
box folder
7 1 Finland, 1970s
2 French archives, 1970s
3-4 French sources, 1970s
5 German sources, 1970s
6 Illustrations, 1970s
box folder
8 1-3 Illustrations, 1970s
4 Kutozov, 1970s
Letters
box folder
8 5 Ketola, 1971-1976
6 Rubenstein, 1972, n.d.
7 Literature & poetry, 1970s
8 Magazine articles, 1972, n.d.
box folder
9 1 Maps, 1914, n.d.
2 Military colonies, 1970s
3-4 Miscellaneous, 1970s
5 Napoleon, 1970s
6 Niebuhr-Dumas-Napoleon, 1970s
7 Notes, 1970-1989, n.d.
box folder
10 1 Notes, 1970-1989, n.d.
2 Notes for further chapters, 1971, n.d.
3-4 Notebooks, 1970s
5 Notecards, 1970s
6 Order of battle (Russian army), 1970s
7 Pushkin and Barclay de Tolly, 1970s
8 Pugachev, 1970s
9 Russian generals, 1970s
10 Russian memoirs, 1970s
box folder
11 1 Soviet sources, 1970s
2-3 Tsarist sources, 1970s
4 Turkish war, 1970s
5 Vertus, 1970s
Subseries C. Bibliographic Resources
box folder
11 6 Bagration, P. I. Sbornik dokumentov i materialov (1945)
7 Bantysh-Kamensky, D. N. Biograffii rossiiskikh generalissimusov i general-fel'dmarshalov (1840)
Barklai de Tolli, M. B.
box folder
11 8-9 Journal de Opérations militaires des Armées Russes et combinées dupuis le 4/16 Décembre 1813, jusqu'au 19/31 Mars 1814 (?)
box folder
12 1 "Izobrazhenie voennykh deistvii 1812-go goda,"Trudy Imperatorskogo russkogo voennoistoricheskogo obshchestva (1912)
2 Izobrazhenie voennykh deistvii pervoi armii v 1812 godu (1859)
3 Uchrezhdenie dlya upravleniya bol'shoi deistvuyushchei armii (1812)
4 "Zapiska,"Voennyi Zhurnal (1859)
5 Bennigsen, L. A. G. "Zapiski grafa,"Russkaia Starina (1896-1900)
6 Beskrovni, L. G. "Nekotorye voprosy istorii Otechestvennoi voiny 1812 goda,"Voprosy istorii 10 (1962)
7 Bogdanovich, M. I. Istoriia Otechestvennoi voiny 1812 goda po dostovernym istochinikam (1859-1860)
8 Borodino-dokumenty, pis'ma, vospominaniya (1962)
Borodkin, M. M.
box folder
12 9-10 Istoriia Finlandii: Vremia Imperatora Aleksandra I (1909)
box folder
13 1-2 Istoriia Finlandii: vremia Imperatora Aleksandra I (1909)
Brikner, A. G.
box folder
13 3 "Shvedskaia voina 1788-1790 gg,"Ruskaia Mysl' V, VI (1896)
4 "Voina Rossii s Shvedtsiei v 1788-1790 gg,"Zhurnal Ministerstva Narodnago Prosveshchenia CXLII (1868-1869)
5 Bumagi fel' dmarshala Kniaz' Mikhail Semenovich Vorontsova (1890)
6 Danielson, J. R. Finlands union with the Russian empire (1891)
7 Dragomirov, M. I. Rasbor Romana L. N. Tolstogo Voina i Mir (1895)
8 Dzhivelegova, A. K., ed. Otechsetvennaia voina i Russkoe obshchestvo (1912)
9 Glebov, P. "Slovo o Barklae-de-Tolli,"Sovremennik (1858)
10 Kochetkov, A. N. M. B. Barklai-de-Tolli (1970)
11 Koka, G. "Pushkin o Polkovodtsakh dvenatsatogo goda,"Prometei VII (1969)
12 Korobkov, N. "Iz boevogo proshlago russkoi armii, dokumenty i materialy o podvigakh russkikh soldat i ofitserov,"Otechestvennaia voina 1812 VI (1947)
13 Lettow-Vorbeck, O. Der Krieg von 1806 und 1807 (1891-1896)
box folder
14 1 Liprandi, I. P. I. Ne golad' i ne moroz' byli prichinoiu... (1855)
Löwenstern, W. F.
box folder
14 2 Denkwürdigkeiten eines Livländers: aus den Jahren 1790-1815 (1858)
3 Mémoires du Général-Major russe Baron von Löwenstern, 1776-1858 (1903)
4 "Zapiski,"Russkaia Starina (1900-1901)
5 Manuilov, V. A. & L. B. Modzalevskii. "'Polkovodets' Pushkina,"Pushkinskii Vremennik (1939)
6 Martensa, K. "Iz' zapisok starago ofitser,"Russkaia Starina (1902)
Mikhailovskii-Danilevskii, A. I.
box folder
14 7 Imperator Alexandr' I i ego spodvizhniki v 1812, 1813, 1814, i 1815 godakh (1848-1849)
8 Opisanie Finliandskoi voiny na suchom puti i na more v 1808 i 1809 godakh (1841)
box folder
15 1 Opisanie Finliandskoi voiny na suchom puti i na more v 1808 i 1809 godakh (1841)
2 Opisanie vtoroi voiny Imperatora Alexsandra s Napoleonom v 1806 i 1807 godakh (1845)
3 Ministerstvo Inostrannych del SSSR. Vneshnaia politika rossii XIX i nachala XX veka (1962, 1965, 1967, 1970)
4 Myshlaevskii, A. Z. "Iz sekretnoi perepiski Barklai-de-Tolli v 1812 godu,"Russkaia Starina (1889)
5 Nessel'rode, K. V. "Pis'ma 1812 goda,"Russkii Arkhiv (1910)
6 Ordin, K. "Vyborgskaia pobeda i rochensal'mskii pogrom,"Zhurnal Ministerstva narodnago prosveshchenia CCLV (1888)
Otechestvennaia voina 1812 goda
box folder
15 7 (1907)
8 (1908)
9 Petrunina, N. N. "Polkovodets,"Stikhotvoreniia Pushkina 1820-1830 godov (1974)
10 Polevoi, N. A. Russkie polkovodtsy ili zhizn' i podvigi rossiiskikh polkovodtsev, ot vremen imperatora Petra Velikogo do tsarstvovaniia... (1845)
Popov, A. N.
box folder
15 11 "Ot Moskvy do Krasnoi Pakhry,"Russkaia Starina (1897)
12 "Ot Smolenska do priezda Kutuzova v armiiu,"Ruskaia Starina (1893)
13 Ranke, L. Denkwürdigkeiten des Staatskanzlers Fürsten von Hardenberg (1877)
box folder
16 1 Rossiskii, M. A. Voenno-istoricherskie primery k kursu taktiki starshago klassa voennykh uchilishch (1901)
2 Ruskaia Starina (1870, 1895)
Ruskii Archiv
box folder
16 3 (1871, 1873, 1886)
4 (1898)
5 Sbornik Imperatorskogo russkogo istoricheskogo obshchestva (1909, 1911, 1912)
6 Sbornik istoricheskikh materialov izvlechennykh iz arkhiva Sobstvennoi E. I. V. Kantselarii (1876, 1889, 1890)
7 Severnaia Pochta (?)
8 Skalon, D. A. Stoletie voennogo ministerstva, 1802-1902 (1911)
Smitt, F.
box folder
16 9 Aufklärung über den Kreig von 1812 (1861)
10-11 Denkwürdigkeiten eines Livländers: aus den Jahren 1790-1815 (1858)
12 "Stikhotvorenie Pushkina 'Polkovodets'-Opyt interpretatsii,"Rossia / Russia II (1975)
13 Trofimov, I. "Polkovodets,"Prometei X (1947)
14 Tynianov, I. N. "Pushkin i ego sovremenniki" (1968)
15 Weymarn, F. W. "Barklai-de-Tolli i otechestvennaia voina 1812 goda,"Russkaia Starina (1912)
box folder
17 1-2 Whiting, K. R. Aleksei Andreevich Arakcheev (1951)
3 Zapiski Imperatorskoi Akademii Nauk, XXXXVIII (1882)
4 Zhilin, P. A. "Nekotorye voprosy izucheniya istorii Otechestvennoi voiny 1812 goda"Voprosy istorii 6 (1962)
Subseries D. Genealogy
box folder
17 5 Ancestry, 1970s
6 Death & mausoleum, 1957, n.d.
7 Family trees, 1970-1986, n.d.
8 Foster daughters & related families, 1970s
Scottish ancestry
box folder
17 9 1972, n.d.
box folder
18 1 1972, n.d.
Subseries E. Correspondence
box folder
18 2 A-L, 1971-1977
3 M-P, 1971-1977
4 Q-Z, 1971-1977
5 A-Z, 1980-1990, n.d.

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Series II. Congress for Cultural Freedom, 1947-1991, n.d. [bulk 1960s]
(9 boxes, 2 folders)

Congress for Cultural Freedom (CCF) files are organized into four subseries: A. Subject files; B. History; C. Publications; and D. Conferences. Subseries A files contain incoming correspondence and news clippings. These materials form the bulk of the CCF Series. The folders are arranged alphabetically and then in reverse chronological order within each file. File headings indicate topics identified by Josselson or name individuals or organizations from whom there is correspondence. English is the predominant language throughout the CCF Series but French, German, and other languages are present.
The subject files reflect CCF activities from its founding in 1950 to its demise and transformation into the International Congress for Cultural Freedom in 1967. Clippings from and about numerous CCF publications, such as Der Monat and Encounter, are filed under the title of each publication. CCF administrative and financial records can be found in small amounts in the Audits and Ford Foundation files, and biographies of CCF personnel are also present. Particular insight into the CIA funding scandal can be found in the Stephen Spender file. Materials collected by Diana Josselson dating up to the early 1990s are present, but the bulk of materials date from the 1960s.
Subseries B contains correspondence, news clippings and printed materials gathered by Josselson around 1967 in order to create a short history of the CCF. Much of the material originated from the Paris office of the CCF and is labeled "Paris Archives." The CIA scandal is well documented as are CCF conferences and publications. Various drafts of the history and written notes are present, as are organizational charts and other administrative information.
One subseries of CCF brochures, pamphlets, and newsletters, and one subseries of programs and printed materials from the Congress's 1952 Paris and 1962 Africa conferences are also included in the CCF series.
Subseries A. Subject files
box folder
19 1 L'Affaire Ziegler, ca. 1977
2 The American Committee for Cultural Freedom, 1950-1960
3 Association Internationale pour Liberté de la Culture, 1967-1974
4 Audits, 1960-1962, 1966
5 Beier, Ulli, 1962-1974, n.d.
Bell, Daniel
box folder
19 6 Correspondence, 1963-1977
7 Works, 1971-1974
8 Biographies (Aron, Raymond; Bell, Daniel; Chiaromonte, Nicola; Emmanuel, Pierre; Goldstein, David; Hook, Sidney; Luethy, Herbert; Macauley, Robie; Mansani, Minno; Sperber, Manes; Kennen, George F.; Kristol, Irving; Polanyi, Michael; De Rougemont, Denis; Shils, Edward; Silone, Ignazio), 1987, n.d.
box folder
20 1 Bondy, Francois, 1959-1974, n.d.
Clippings
box folder
20 2 China Quarterly, 1960-1967
Encounter
box folder
20 3 King, C., 1964
4 1964-1969
5 1953-1963, n.d.
6 General, 1962-1968
7 Minerva, 1962-1968, n.d.
8 Der Monat, 1963-1971
9 Prueves, 1961-1969
10 Princeton Conference, 1968-1969
11 Seminars, 1962-1965
12 Survey, 1962-1968
Ford Foundation
box folder
21 1 Correspondence, 1959-1976
2 Grants, 1957-1967
Reports
box folder
21 3-4 1965
5 1960
Foundation pour une Entraide Intellectuelle Européenne
box folder
21 6 Chenu, Roselynne, 1966-1975
7 Emmanuel, Pierre, 1965-1974
8 Oprecht, Hans, 1968-1975
box folder
22 1 Goldstein, David, 1964-1966
2 Hamilton, Ian. Koestler, n.d.
3 Hunt, John, 1962-1973
4 Laqueur, Walter, 1963-1975
5 Lasky, Melvyn, 1960-1977, 1985, n.d.
6 The Liberal Conspiracy, 1989-1991
7 McDonald, Dwight, 1947-1962
8 Masani, Minoo, 1970-1978
9 Miscellaneous, 1950-1977, n.d.
10 Narayan, Jayaprakash, 1961-1975
Nabokov, Nicolas
box folder
23 1 1965-1977, n.d.
2 1962-1964
3 1961
4 Oppenheimer, Robert, 1963-1967
Paris Divers [Miscellaneous]
box folder
23 5 Best, Evelyn, 1961-1971
6 Dubuis, Giséle, 1962-1968
7 "The Historian Between the Ethnologist and the Futurologist," 1971
8 Paris Association, 1962-1970
9 Pelc, Yvette, 1970
10 Prueves, 1961-1965
11 Platt, Frank, 1974-1977
box folder
24 1 Polanyi, Michael, 1961-1979
2 Rockefeller Foundation-Serbelloni, 1971-1977, n.d.
Shils, Edward
box folder
24 3 Encounter, 1990
4 1974-1977
5 1966-1973
6 1962-1965
box folder
25 1 1959-1961, n.d.
Silone, Ignazio
box folder
25 2 1959-1975, n.d.
3 Chiaromonte, Nicola, 1961-1969
Souvarine, Boris
box folder
25 4 1964-1978
5 1961-1963, n.d.
Spender, Stephen
box folder
25 6 1965-1975
7 1960-1964
box folder
26 1 Sperber, Manes, 1960-1977, n.d.
2 Statuts [Statutes], 1959-1965, n.d.
3 Stone, Shepard, 1960-1974, n.d.
Subseries B. History
Paris Archives
Correspondence
box folder
26 4 1959-1973
5 1957, n.d.
6 Charles, John Scott, 1961-1963
7 Donaldson, Kenneth, 1964-1967
Research materials
box folder
26 8 1969-1987
box folder
27 1 1960-1968
2 1950-1959, n.d.
3 n.d.
Subseries C. Publications
Brochures
box folder
27 4 1958-1967
5 1950-1957, n.d.
6 Newsletters, 1959-1966
Subseries D. Conferences
box folder
28 1 Africa, 1961-1962
2 Paris, 1951-1952

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Series III. Personal, 1927-1988, n.d.
(6 boxes)

This series consists primarily of carbon or photo copies of outgoing letters located in Subseries A, Correspondence. The letters are arranged in chronological groupings, then alphabetically by recipient name or organization. Reverse chronological order is used within each alphabetic filing. Two variations in the 1966-1968 grouping require clarification: 1) Raymond Aron correspondence is filed under "Casanova," and 2) correspondence to US Representative William Anderson is filed under "Representative."
Most of the correspondence is in English, but French, German, and Russian is present. Topics vary by date. Letters prior to 1968 focus largely on the Congress for Cultural Freedom. Many discuss the same issues as the incoming correspondence found in the CCF series, but are often less official in tone.
Incoming correspondence dates mostly from the late 1960s onward and include postcards and accompanying photographs and clippings. It also contains CCF material, but more often addresses Josselson's work on his Barclay de Tolly biography. Letters relating to the activities of the International Association for Cultural Freedom are present in both incoming and outgoing correspondence after 1967. Two folders collected by Josselson's wife contain messages of condolence sent to her after his death.
Records located in Subseries B, Expenses, include receipts and tax filings from the late 1960s and early 1970s. Travel, telephone, office, and other miscellaneous research expenses related to Josselson's book are well documented.
Materials in Subseries C, Biographical, include book excerpts, obituaries, and death notices on Josselson. Particularly illuminating of Josselson's life are two folders of personal records containing official academic, military, and government records such as transcripts, Army assignments, passports, visas, and personal vitae.
Subseries A. Correspondence
Incoming
box folder
29 1 A-B, 1957-1977
2 C-F, 1957-1977
3 G-J, 1957-1977
4 K-L, 1957-1977
5 M-Q, 1957-1977
6 R-T, 1957-1977
box folder
30 1 U-Z, 1957-1977
Outgoing
1974-1977
box folder
30 2 A-K
3 L-R
4 S-Z
1972-1973
box folder
30 5 A-H
6 I-O
7 P-S
box folder
31 1 T-Z
1969-1971
box folder
31 2 A-G
3 H-M
4 N-R
5 S-Z
1966-1968
box folder
31 6 A-L
7 M-Z
1960-1965
box folder
32 1 A-G
2 H-M
3 N-Ste
4 Sto-Z
5 Select letters for Jennifer, 1956-1977
box folder
33 1-2 Condolences, 1978-1979
3 Fairfield Foundation, 1963-1966
Subseries B. Expenses
box folder
33 4 1973
1972
box folder
33 5 General
6 Travel
7 1970
8 1969
9 1968
box folder
34 1 Harper & Row, 1969-1970
Subseries C. Biographical
box folder
34 2 Book excerpts, 1969-1973, n.d.
3 Memoirs, 1970-1971, n.d.
4 Ramparts, 1967, 1992
Records
box folder
34 5 1958-1988, n.d.
6 1927-1950
7 Survey, 1978

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 Michael Josselson Papers--Index of Correspondents 

  • Abramsky, Chimen, 1916- --22.1
  • Adatto, Roger--33.2
  • Ahmed, J.M.--21.2
  • Alleman, F.R.--33.1
  • Allen, Jane (Rockefeller Foundation)--24.2
  • Altman, George, 1884- --32.5
  • Amburger, Erik, 1907- --18.2, 29.1, 33.2
  • Andolenko, Serge--18.2
  • Apter, David Ernest, 1924- --21.2
  • Arboussier, Gabriel d'--29.1
  • Arndt, Walter W., 1916- --18.2, 29.1, 33.1
  • Aron, Raymond, 1905- --29.1, 33.1
  • Arschot, Ruby d'--33.2
  • Aschen, Ruth Nanda--24.1
  • Astor, David, Hon., 1912- --29.1
  • Auslander, J.--29.1
  • Ayuiba, Abu Sayida, 1906-1982--24.1, 24.6
  • Bagg, Aron--29.1
  • Bando, Katujiro--29.1
  • Barber, John--26.6
  • Barbewl (?), René--33.2
  • Barclay, Margaret, 1905- --18.2
  • Barclay de Tolly, Barbara--18.2, 33.1
  • Barsewisch, Bernhard von, 1935- --18.2, 29.1
  • Beguin, Pierre, 1903- --29.1
  • Beichman, Arnold--29.1
  • Beier, Ulli--19.5, 33.1
  • Bell, Daniel--19.6-7, 27.1, 32.5, 33.1
  • Bell, Pearl K.--18.5
  • Berger, Morroe--21.2, 29.1, 32.5
  • Bergier, Jean Francois--29.1
  • Berlin, Isaiah, Sir--22.1, 22.5, 29.1
  • Best, Evelyn--23.5, 29.1
  • Bezchem (?), Birch--30.1
  • Bieber, Marion--32.5, 33.1
  • Biel, Ulrich--26.3
  • Bingham, Barry, 1906-1988--29.1
  • Blackwell, Julian--29.1
  • Blake, Patricia--33.2
  • Bloch-Michel, Jean--23.10, 29.1
  • Blum, John D.--33.2
  • Bolomey, Pierre--29.1
  • Bompiani, Valentino, 1898- --25.3
  • Bondy, Francois, 1915- --19.2, 20.1, 32.5, 33.1
  • Bontsteller, (?)--29.1
  • Boscher, Simone--33.2
  • Bouëdo, J.Y.--26.2
  • Brugger Bourgeois, Christian--20.1, 26.2, 29.1
  • Bowles, Chester, 1901- --19.2
  • Brandt, Willy, 1913- --29.1
  • Broms, Henri--29.1
  • Broom, A.M.--8.5
  • Brown, John--18.2
  • Brunet, Ch.--20.1
  • Brzezinski, Zbigniew K.--29.1
  • Buber-Neumann, Margarete, 1901- --29.1
  • Buchs, Audre--33.2
  • Bullock, Allan--21.7, 29.1
  • Bundy, McGeorge--21.1, 32.5
  • Burkhardt, Frederick, 1912- --29.1
  • Busia, (?)--29.1
  • Campenhausen, Balthasar von--18.2, 29.2
  • Cantrel, Yveline--18.2
  • Carat, Jacques--29.2
  • Carnegie Corporation of New York--29.2
  • Casterman, S. A. Editeurs--29.2
  • Chandler, David G.--18.2, 18.5
  • Charles, John Scott--26.6
  • Chatelanat, Jean-Paul--29.2
  • Chatto & Windus (Firm)--18.2, 29.2
  • Chenu, Roselynne--21.6
  • Chiaromonte, Nicola--25.2-3, 32.5, 33.1
  • Claassen & Goverts--29.2
  • Claffey, Michael E.--29.2
  • Clio Press--29.2
  • Collart, Yves--29.2
  • Compagnie Genevoise des Tramways älectriques--29.2
  • Confino, Michael, 1926- --29.2
  • Conquest, Robert--29.2
  • Cook, Mercer, 1903-1987--29.2
  • Cooper, Leo, 1922- --18.2
  • Coppée, Louis--33.2
  • Coppier, Clément--33.2
  • Cuendet, Raymond--33.2
  • Cosio Villegas, Daniel, 1898-1976--29.2
  • Coubier, Heinz--18.2
  • Cox, Robert--29.2, 32.5
  • Crankshaw, Edward--18.5
  • Crozier, Brian--29.2
  • Cullen, Matthew--29.6
  • Czapski, Jozef, 1896- --33.1
  • Da Costa, Eric Paul Woollett, 1909- --29.2
  • Degler-Spengler, Brigitte--18.2
  • Diniz, A.--24.6
  • Dittberner, Job L., 1939- --22.9
  • Dodge, Pete--29.2
  • Dodson, Christine--21.2
  • Donaldson, Kenneth E.--29.2
  • Dönhoff, Marion Gräfin--18.2
  • Draper, Theodore, 1912- --29.2, 33.1
  • Dubuis, Gisäle--19.2, 23.6
  • Dumur, Jean A.--29.2
  • Dwyer, Nina--18.2, 18.5, 29.2
  • Eisenstadt, Shmuel Noel, 1923- --29.2
  • Emmanuel, Pierre--21.7, 32.5, 33.1
  • Encyclopedia Britanica--29.2
  • Everote, Warren--29.2
  • Fabian Society (Great Britain)--29.2
  • Farnham, Nicholas--24.5
  • Farrand, Roger--27.1
  • Farrell, James Thomas, 1904-1979--26.5
  • Faure, Edgar--20.9
  • Faust, Marcel--29.2
  • Ferrand, Jacques--18.2
  • Firau, Andol (?)--18.2
  • Fischer, George--32.5
  • Fischer, Louis--29.2
  • Fischer, Victor--29.2
  • Flakall, Bud--29.2
  • Flapan, S.--29.2
  • Fleischmann, Dorette--33.1
  • Fleischmann, Julius--33.3
  • Foote, Timothy--29.2
  • Ford Foundation--21.1-2
  • Franklin, John Hope, 1915--21.2
  • Fredericks, J. (Mrs.)--29.2
  • Freymond, Jacques--29.2, 33.1
  • Friedrich, Otto--29.2
  • Friedlander, Saul, 1932- --29.2
  • Fyvel, Tosco R., 1907- --29.2, 33.1
  • Galbraith, John Kenneth, 1908- --21.2, 29.3
  • Gaspard, Barbara--33.2
  • Gasteyer, Doris--33.2
  • Gemmell, Edgar M.--29.3
  • Gerhard, Dietrich, 1896- --18.2
  • Ghose, Sookamal--29.3
  • Gimbel-Saks--29.3
  • Glowacki, M.--23.8
  • Goldstein, David I.--19.3, 22.1, 22.9, 29.3
  • Goodwin, Michael--29.3, 33.1
  • Gorkin, Julian, 1901- --29.3
  • Gotham Book Mart--29.3
  • Gran, Leonid--33.1
  • Graubard, Stephen Richards--21.2, 29.3
  • Grauer, Alvin--29.3
  • Griffith, Bill--32.5
  • Gross, Babette--29.3
  • Gross, John--29.3
  • Grunwald, C.--29.3
  • Hahlweg, Werner--18.2
  • Haines, Charles Grove, 1906- --25.5
  • Halle, Corin--32.5, 33.1
  • Hamilton, Ian--29.3
  • Hamilton, Mark--29.3
  • Hammond, Kenneth--24.2, 33.2
  • Hammond, Virginia--24.2, 33.2
  • Harprecht, Klaus--32.5
  • Harris, Owen--19.3
  • Hartley, Anthony--32.5
  • Hatchards (Firm)--29.3
  • Haunia (?), Sirkka--7.1, 8.5
  • Hawtin, Raymond F. (Mrs.)--33.1
  • Hayter, William, Sir--29.3
  • Heaps, David--33.1
  • Hegnauer, Eduard--29.3
  • Heiskell, Andrew--29.3
  • Henzler, Jacques--33.2
  • Hersch, Jeanne--33.1
  • Herz, Martin Florian, 1917- --27.1
  • Historical Association (Great Britain)--29.3
  • Hiwar--29.3
  • Hodge, Alan--18.2
  • Hodgkin, Robin--29.3
  • Hoffman, Donald G.--29.2
  • Hofrat, W.--18.2
  • Hook, Sidney, 1902- --19.2, 27.1, 29.3, 33.1
  • Hoover Institution on War, Revolution, and Peace--29.3
  • Hortling, C.E.--18.5
  • Houghton Library--18.2
  • Hourani, Cecil--29.3
  • Howes Bookshop Ltd.--29.3
  • Hoyningen-Huene, Michael von--18.2
  • Hughes, Ted--29.3
  • Hunt, John C.--19.2, 22.3, 22.7, 26.4, 32.5
  • Hunter, D.M.--8.5
  • Hunziker, Florence--33.1
  • Hurwitz, Harold--22.5, 29.3
  • Ignotus, Flo (Mrs.)--32.5
  • Ignotus, Paul, 1901- --29.3, 32.5
  • Ingensand, J.--29.3
  • Institut Africain de Geneve--29.3
  • Institut d'Etudes Europeennes--29.3
  • Institut zur Erforschung der UDSSR--29.3
  • Ireland, Waltraud--29.3
  • Jaesrich, Hellmut--29.3
  • Jaffe, Michael--29.3
  • Jargy, Simon--21.2, 33.2
  • Järvinen, (?)--29.3
  • Jaspers, Karl, 1883-1969--20.1
  • Jelenski, Constantin, 1922- --23.8, 29.1, 29.3, 32.5
  • Jones-Quarty, K.A.B.--19.3, 29.3, 32.5
  • Jotterand, Franck--29.3, 33.1
  • Jouvenel, Bertrand de, 1903- --29.3, 32.5
  • Junod, Charles-Andre--33.2
  • Kalline, Anna--22.1
  • Kaplan, Harold--29.4
  • Kats, Ivan--29.4, 29.6
  • Kennan, George Frost, 1904- --29.4, 32.5, 33.1
  • Kerkkonen, Karin--7.1, 8.5
  • Kermode, Frank, 1919- --29.4
  • Kim, Young-Gu, 1929- --21.2
  • King, Cecil Harmsworth--22.5
  • Kiro, Boris M.--29.4
  • Kissinger, Henry, 1923- --29.4
  • Klass, D.--29.4
  • Klatt, W.--29.4
  • Knowlton, Winthrop--29.4
  • Kock, Sigmund--24.1
  • Koestler, Arthur, 1905- --29.4, 32.5
  • Köhler, Wolfgang--33.2
  • Kovatsch, Waltraud--23.1
  • Koygien (?), Richard--32.5
  • Kraus, Wolfgang--29.4
  • Kristol, Irving--19.6, 22.7, 29.4, 32.5, 33.1
  • Krygier, Richard--29.4, 33.1
  • Kwapong, Alexander A., 1927- --29.4
  • Labedz, Leopold--29.4, 32.5, 34.9
  • Lapham, Lewis J.--33.1
  • Laqueur, Walter, 1921- --22.4, 32.5
  • Lasky, Melvin J.--20.5, 22.5, 22.9, 26.8
  • Lawrence, Seymour--29.4
  • Lazaroff, Louis--20.7
  • Ledonne, John P., 1935- --18.2
  • Leonard, Fred--29.4
  • Le Rider, Georges--18.5
  • Lerner, Daniel--29.4
  • Lewis, William Arthur, 1915- --29.4
  • Ley, M.F.--29.4
  • Libera, Vittorio--32.5
  • Library of Congress--18.2
  • Lieberfeld, Lawrence--33.1
  • Lindsay, Franklin A.--32.5
  • Lipset, Seymour Martin--29.4
  • Longworth, Philip, 1933- --18.2, 29.4, 33.1
  • Lossky, Boris--18.2
  • Lovestone, Jay--27.2
  • Lubis, Mochtar--29.4
  • Luthy, Herbert, 1918- --18.2, 19.1, 29.4, 33.1
  • Lyons, Louis Martin, 1897- --29.4
  • Macauley, Robie--29.5, 32.5, 33.1
  • MacDonald, Dwight--22.7, 29.5
  • MacFarquhar, Roderick--21.2
  • Macinnes, Colin--29.5
  • Macrae, John--29.5
  • Madariaga, Salvador de, 1886- --29.5,6, 33.1
  • Mark, Melville--29.5
  • Masalin, Maija-Liisa--33.2
  • Masani, Minocherer Rustom, 1905- --19.3, 22.8, 32.5, 33.1
  • Mathias, James F.--29.3
  • Matungulu-N'Kouman, Valentine--29.5
  • Maung, Maung--29.5
  • Mauri, Luciano--25.3
  • Mayer, Martin--33.1
  • Maximowna, Ita--33.1
  • McAuley, James--29.5
  • McCarger, James--29.5, 33.1
  • McEwen, Frank--29.5
  • Mehta, Asoka--21.2, 29.5
  • Mela, A.G.--29.5
  • Menuhin, Yehudi--21.2
  • Meray, Tibor, 1924- --33.1
  • Meyer, Cord, 1920- --33.1
  • Mihajlov, Marija--29.5
  • Milosz, Czeslaw--29.5
  • Mindlin, Murray, d.1987--29.5
  • Minerva--29.5
  • Ministère des Affaires ätrangäres--18.3
  • Ministäre D'État Affaires Culturelles--29.5
  • Mitchell, David L.--33.1
  • Moeller, Paul, 1889- --29.5
  • Molden, Fritz--29.5
  • Molden, Otto--29.5
  • Molinár, Millos (?)--33.1
  • Molony, Mary Moore--24.1
  • Mphahlele, Ezekiel--29.5, 33.1
  • Mugueridge, Malcolm--29.5
  • Nabokov, Marie-Clarie--29.5
  • Nabokov, Nicolas, 1903- --19.2, 22.1, 22.7, 23.1-3, 26.5, 33.1
  • Nagy, Laszlo--29.5, 33.1
  • Narayan, Jayaprakash--22.10, 29.5
  • Nass, Jacob--29.5
  • Nehru, Jawaharlal, 1899-1964--23.2
  • Neogy, Barbara Lapchick--29.5
  • Neogy, Rajat--21.2, 29.5, 32.5
  • Neufville, Lawrence de--33.1
  • Nicol, Davidson--29.5
  • Nielson, Waldemar A.--29.5, 33.1
  • Nisbet, Robert A.--24.5
  • Nivat, Georges Michel, 1935- --33.1
  • Nottbeck, Berend von--29.5
  • O'Connell, Daniel P.--29.5
  • Ogunsheye, Ayo--29.5
  • Olson, William C.--24.2
  • Oppenheimer, Kitty--32.5
  • Oppenheimer, J. Robert, 1904-1967--23.2, 23.4, 24.6, 29.5
  • Oprecht, Hans--21.8, 33.1
  • Ortiz, Philippe--32.5
  • Outerbridge, David--29.5
  • Oxford University Press--29.5
  • Passin, Herbert, 1916- --29.5, 33.1
  • Pazos, Javier, 1936- --29.5
  • Pelc, Yvette--23.9
  • Perkins, James A.--29.5
  • Perrecet, Luc--33.2
  • Phillips, William--29.5
  • Piper, Klaus--29.5
  • Pipes, Richard Lloyd, 1930- --18.3, 29.5, 33.1
  • Platt, Frank Cheney, 1932- --23.11
  • Podhoretz, Norman--29.5
  • Polanyi, Magda--29.5, 33.1
  • Polanyi Memorial Fund--29.5
  • Polanyi, Michael, 1891- --21.2, 24.1, 32.5
  • Popkin, Henry--29.5
  • Praeger, Frederick--29.5
  • Price, Waterhouse & Co.--19.4
  • Prosch, Georges von--18.3, 29.5, 33.1
  • Qadir, Chaudry Abdul, 1909- --21.2
  • Radica, Bogdan, 1904- --29.6, 32.5, 33.1
  • Randall, Deirdre--29.6
  • Rao, C.R.M.--32.5
  • Raeff, Marc--18.4, 29.6
  • Ray, Sibnarayan, 1921- --21.2, 29.6
  • Reid, Alastar--29.6, 33.1
  • Reinisch, Leonard--29.6
  • Rens, Ivo--33.1
  • Reymond, Jean-Francois, 1929- --26.7
  • Richardson, Ralph W., Jr.--24.2
  • Riess, Max--21.6
  • Rockefeller Brothers Fund--29.6
  • Rockefeller, David, 1915- --29.6
  • Rockefeller Foundation--29.6
  • Rockefeller, Godfrey--33.3
  • Romualdi, Serafino--29.6
  • Rosenthal, Gerard--29.6
  • Rosenthal, Robert--24.4
  • Rostow, Eugene Victor, 1913- --21.2
  • Rothschild, Edmond de--29.6
  • Rougemont, Denis de, 1906- --29.6, 32.5
  • Rougemont, Nanik de--29.6, 33.1
  • Rousset, David--29.6
  • Rubenstein, Leonard--8.6, 29.6
  • Russell, Bertrand, 1872-1970--26.5
  • Russian Literature Triquarterly--18.4
  • Sanchez, Luis Alberto, 1900- --29.6
  • Santschi, Catherine--29.1
  • Saron, Rosy--29.6
  • Scheps, Samuel--33.2
  • Schleimann, Jorgen--32.5
  • Schlesinger, Arthur Meier, 1917- --29.6
  • Schmid, H.C. Carlo--29.6, 32.5
  • Schroeder, Johann Karl von--6.1, 18.4, 29.6, 33.2
  • Schuner, M.--29.6
  • Schwamm, Henri, 1929- --29.6
  • Scots Ancestry Research Society--18.4
  • Scott, John--29.6
  • Scott, William T.--24.1
  • Seifullin, Leonid Vladimirovich--18.4
  • Senghor, Léopold Sédar--29.1
  • Shah, Amritlal B., 1920- --24.5
  • Shils, Edward, 1910-1995--19.1, 24.4-6, 25.1
  • Sikorskaia, Elena Vladimirovna, 1906--33.2
  • Silone, Ignazio, 1900-1978--25.2, 32.5, 33.1
  • Singh, Sheela, 1953- --29.6, 32.5
  • Sinha, Kalijan Kumar, 1914-1971--22.5
  • Siotis, Jean--29.6
  • Sirotkin, (?)--18.4
  • Soutou, Jean-Marie--20.9
  • Souvarine, Boris--18.4, 25.4-5, 33.1
  • Soyinka, Wole--29.6
  • Spender, Stephen, 1909- --20.5, 25.6-7, 26.3, 26.5, 33.1
  • Sperber, Manes, 1905- --26.1, 32.5, 33.1
  • Staehelin, Andreas, 1926- --29.6
  • Starbinski, Jean--33.1
  • Starr, Louis Morris, 1917- --26.4
  • Stewart, Abigail J.--8.5
  • Stewart, Donald M.--29.6, 32.5
  • Stone, Shepard--21.2, 21.7, 26.3-4, 29.2, 32.5, 33.1
  • Stralem, Donald--33.3
  • Suchtelen, (?)--18.4
  • Surace, Sam--29.6, 33.1
  • Sutton, Francis Xavier--32.5, 33.1
  • Syson, John--23.2
  • Tavernier, René G.--33.1
  • Terzakis, Anghelos--29.6, 32.5
  • Thomas, Michael--29.3
  • Thompson, John--29.6, 32.5, 33.1
  • Thornton, Lesley--29.4
  • Tolly, N.S. de--18.2
  • Torberg, Friedrich, 1908- --29.6
  • Trappe, Paul--19.1
  • Trilling, Diana--26.5
  • Trilling, Lionel, 1905-1975--21.2
  • Tucek, M.--29.6
  • Urban, George R., 1921- --21.2, 25.7, 30.1, 33.1
  • Varannai, Aurel, 1900- --20.9
  • Vassilchikov, George--30.1, 33.1
  • Vaudou, F.--20.1
  • Velebit, Vladimir--30.1
  • Viereck, Peter Robin Edwin, 1916- --30.1
  • Vischer, Eduard, 1903- --18.4
  • Walker, John--33.1
  • Walmsley, Margot--25.7, 30.1
  • Warburg, Anita--30.1
  • Warburg, Fredric, 1898- --26.8, 30.1
  • Ward, Aileen--33.1
  • Waterhouse, Rissa--18.4
  • Watson, Adam, 1914- --30.1
  • Weidenfeld, George--32.5
  • Weisskopf, Victor Frederick, 1908- --30.1
  • Werlich, Robert--30.1
  • Wernimont, Kenneth--24.2
  • Weymarn, C. von--18.4, 30.1
  • Weymarn, (Miss) von (daughter of F.W. von Weymarn)--4.7, 30.1, 33.2
  • Wignesan, T.--30.1
  • Worms, Gerard--20.1
  • Yakobson, Sergius, 1901- --18.4, 30.1, 33.1
  • Zarjevski, Giséle--33.1
  • Ziégler, Jean--30.1
  • Zorza, Victor--30.1

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